Rundown of UMD women's hockey commitments for 2023-24 and beyond
A database of Minnesota Duluth women's hockey recruits for the 2023-24 season and beyond. To submit a name or make a correction, email email@example.com.
Last updated at noon on Aug. 2, 2022.
Freshman Class of 2023-24
- Eve Gascon, G, Saint-Laurent Patriotes (QCHL) / Gatineau Olympiques (QMJHL)
- Carmen Bray, D, Rink Hockey Academy Kelowna (CSSHL)
- Quinn Dunkle, D, North American Hockey Academy (JWHL)
- McKenzie Siroky, F, Detroit Honeybaked 19U (AAA) / Livonia Stevenson HS (MHSAA boys)
- Grace Sadura, F, Minnetonka (MSHSL girls)
Class of 2024-25
- Eligible to make commitments on Aug. 1, 2022.
Conference races across the nation are tightening up as teams start pushing for the postseason.
The junior duo are each having seasons that rank in the top 10 for the program, which began in 1998. The 12th-ranked Huskies play No. 7 UMD this weekend in Duluth.
Defenseman Khloe Lund recorded four points, including her first career goal. Goaltender Abbie Thompson saved 30 shots for her first WCHA win, and BSU took down the Tommies 4-1.
Minnesota was dealt a bad hand by the hockey gods in the first period of a game with defending national champion Ohio State, then saw things get lopsided as the Gophers' 13-game win streak ended.
Known for her offensive skill and her hard-nosed play without the puck, Minnesota Gophers standout Abbey Murphy supplied just enough both, handing Ohio State its first regulation loss since October.