‘Cuse Skaters Set for Princeton Series


Game Details: Friday, December 10 (6 p.m.) and Saturday, December 11 (2 p.m.)

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Syracuse and Princeton will square off in a non-conference series on Friday, Dec. 10th (6 pm) and Saturday, Dec. 11th (2 pm) at Tennity Ice Pavilion. Friday will be the ninth meeting in the series. Admission to Orange ice hockey games is free. All fans attending must adhere to Syracuse University’s COVID-19 policy, which can be found here. Both games will be streamed on Cuse.com.


On Saturday, all fans are invited to Skate with the Orange after the game. The 60-minute post game community skating event is open to all fans. Fans can bring their own skates or sign them out at the Tennity Ice Pavilion.


Two members of the Orange program have family connections to the Tigers, including senior Shelby Calof, whose cousin, Andrew, played at Princeton and graduated in 2014, and Syracuse graduate Allie Olnowich’s sister, Jennifer, is a freshman goaltender on the Princeton team. Allie played defense for the Orange from 2016 through 2020.


Princeton (5-5-2 overall, 5-2-1 ECAC) had a loss and a tie against Providence last weekend. Junior forward Maggie Connors scored her 100th career point. Senior goaltender Rachel McQuigge was named ECAC Hockey/MAC Goaltending Goalie of the Month for November.


  • 1: The Orange rank first in the CHA and 11th nationally in penalty kill percentage (.896).
  • 2: Syracuse has posted two shutouts this season – one by Arielle DeSmet vs. Union and the second by Allison Small vs. RIT.
  • 4: Victoria Klimek’s  four points against Penn State are the most in a game by a Syracuse player this season.
  • 6: Abby Moloughney and Madison Primeau lead the Orange in goals scored with six each.
  • 7: Abby Moloughney and Sarah Marchand lead the Orange in assists with seven each.
  • 8: Lauren Bellefontaine ranks eighth nationally in face-off wins with 226.
  • 11: Eleven Orange skaters have scored goals in 2021-22, including 11 multiple-goal scorers.
  • 13: Abby Moloughney has a team-leading 13 points this season.
  • 16: Sixteen different players have recorded at least one assist this season, including four who have 11 or more helpers.
  • 17: Seventeen players have at least one point in 2021-22.
  • 34: Jessica DiGirolamo leads the team with 34 blocks.


Syracuse will resume the season on January 1st traveling to the Battle in the ‘Burgh Tournament in Pittsburgh. The Orange are scheduled to play Boston University in the first game on Saturday, Jan. 1st (4 pm) and then the winner of the Penn State/St. Cloud game in the second match on Sunday, Jan. 2nd.


Orange alumni, fans and friends are invited to share in a year-long celebration of 50 years of Syracuse University women’s athletics. Events and special recognition of all female student-athletes who have donned the Block S to represent Syracuse University and the Athletics Department since 1971-72 will be held throughout the 2021-22 seasons. As we celebrate this history, we acknowledge those who have gone before us to set the standard we strive to achieve today so we can pave the way for the future. We reflect on the history of women in sport, admire their sacrifices, recognize their contributions and accomplishments, and honor their legacy.

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