Bigger Than a Win – Colgate University Athletics


HAMILTON – No. 5 Colgate women’s ice hockey exploded for seven goals in a win over conference opponent Dartmouth in Friday night’s Autism and Neurodiversity awareness game. 

Kristýna Kaltounková collected a total of two goals and three assists for a team-high five points. The junior forward has 41 points on the year. 

Hannah Murphy totaled her fourth shutout and 13th win of the year, stopping 24 shots in total. Murphy holds a career record of 30-4, good for fifth all-time in career wins. 

Reigning ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Week Elyssa Biederman extended her point streak to ten games, scoring the third goal in the second period. Biederman sits eight points off from breaking the freshman program record for points in a season. 

Dara Greig potted her 11th and 12th goals of the season midway through the third period. Greig has totaled 17 points in the last 10 games. 

Senior defenseman Maggie MacEachern continued her impressive season scoring the opening goal. 

Captain Danielle Serdachny tallied her 154th and 155th career assists. Serdachny is seven points away from breaking the all-time program record for career points. 


Colgate Women’s Hockey (@ColgateWIH) January 28, 2023 After a quiet first period, MacEachern potted the opening goal just seven minutes into the second, as she wired one past the Big Green goaltender. Freshman Tessa Holk tallied her first career assist on the play. 

Shortly after the opening goal, Serdachny potted her 17th of the season with assists from Kaltounková and Neena Brick. Biederman added the third of the period just over a minute later. 

Greig continued the goal-scoring into the third period with back-to-back goals, as she pushed the lead to five. Kaltounkova added a pair of her own just 20 seconds apart from each other, sealing the 7-0 win. 


Head Coach Greg Fargo 

“I’m incredibly proud of our team for securing a solid team win and raising awareness for autism and neurodiversity on a special night. Our student-athletes are great ambassadors for such an important cause. We’re honored to have been able to shine a light on autism and neurodiversity tonight.”


The Raiders return to the ice tomorrow afternoon as they are set to close out their season series with conference opponents Harvard. Colgate was victorious earlier this season, winning 5-4 in the game’s dying seconds. 


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