Cornell edges out Clarkson – Clarkson University Athletics
Clarkson allowed 2 goals in the first period for the Big Red and despite sending 45 shots on net could not overcome the early deficit and fell to Cornell 2-1 in the final regular season game of the season.
Nicole Gosling got Clarkson’s only goal at 19:23 of the 2nd period on the power play. Clarkson had the goaltender removed for the final 1:40+ but failed to tie.
The last day of games produced some crazy results, which leaves Clarkson now heading to Quinnipiac for the quarter-final of the ECAC Playoffs. Harvard captured the ECAC regular season title with the win over Union. Colgate edged Quinnipiac with its win over SLU and the Bobcats’ loss to Brown.
Today, the Golden Knights honored their outgoing seniors in a postgame ceremony. Clarkson’s Class of 2022 has helped green and gold skate to some of the hottest programs
successful seasons on and off the ice. Academically, the Class of 2022 has earned 8 Dean’s List Awards, 3 President’s List Awards, and has a GPA of 3.512. On the
ice, they reached 85 career wins. They skated to three 20+ seasons, one of which was a 30-win campaign, made two home appearances in the ECAC Hockey playoffs, claimed
an ECAC Tournament Championship in 2019, qualified for the NCAA Tournament in 2019 and 2020, and advanced in 2019 to the Frozen Four.
The outgoing seniors are:
#11 Captain Caitrin Lonergan
Caitrin, a native of Roslindale, MA, is a graduate student in the Masters of Business Administration where she holds a GPA of 3.787. She holds a bachelor’s degree in professional studies from
Clarkson, and reached the Dean’s List and the President’s List in 2020 and 2021. On the ice, she played in 161 college games, amassing 207 points on 89 goals and 118 assists. This year
Caitrin was nominated for the Mandi Schwartz Award for ECAC Student Athlete of the Year. She was named 2018 Second Team All-American and Patty Kazmaier Top-10
Finalist. After an injury plagued 2019-20 season, Caitrin proved to be an impact player in every game she spawned the green and gold, in 2021 she was named to the first team of the ECAC.
and once again nominated as a Top 10 finalist. Caitrin’s unwavering commitment and sacrifice to whatever it takes to get the job done on the ice is unmatched.
#14 Assistant Captain Morgan Helgeson.
Morgan, a native of Lake Elmo, MN, is a psychology major with a 3.00 GPA. Academically, she earned a spot on the deans list in 2020 and 2021. Morgan played 127 games for the
The Golden Knights have 14 points on 6 goals and 8 assists. This year, Morgan was named an alternate captain, where her on-ice and off-ice work ethic helped push her teammates on a daily basis. His
the positive attitude is contagious and her courageous play is one that many of her teammates emulate and respect.
#16 Kristina Schuler.
Kristina is originally from Webster, New York and a graduate of Boston University. She is pursuing her Masters of Business Administration in Data Analytics and currently holds a 4.00
Medium. During her career, Kristina appeared in 151 games, collecting 70 points on 32 goals and 38 assists. Kristina’s positive attitude and genuine demeanor will be greatly missed.
We know you will be successful in everything you do in life.
#23 Miranda Gaudet.
Miranda, originally from West Kelowna, British Columbia, is a communications major with a business minor. She earned a GPA of 3.178 and was named to the ECAC All-Academics Team in
2021, as well as the Krampade All-American Scholar title in 2021. During her playing career, Miranda played in 88 games totaling 5 points on 1 goal and 3 assists. loved and
Admired by her teammates past and present, Miranda’s can-do attitude, team-first mentality and genuine attitude will be sorely missed.
#37 Amanda Zeglen.
Amanda, is originally from Calgary, Alberta. Completed a Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship degree in 2021 from Clarkson and is currently pursuing an MBA with a specialization in Data Analytics
get a 3.593 GPA. Amanda is a member of the Sigma Nu Tau Entrepreneurship Honor Society, she was on the Deans List in 2020, 2021, 2022 and on the Presidents List in 2021.
She was named to the ECAC varsity hockey team three times, named to the WCHA varsity team twice, and won the Krampade All-American Scholar Award in 2021. Amanda
appeared in 21 games during his career; she has a 6-1-1 record while racking up a 1.73 GAA (Goals Against Average) and a .918 SV% (Save Percentage). Amanda brings a positive
attitude towards the rink and pushes his fellow goalkeepers to be their best every day.