CLIFTON PARK, N.Y.— Colgate forwards Kalty Kaltounkova and Danielle Serdachny were selected to the ECAC Hockey Second Team All-League, the conference announced on Monday.
Coming off an All-Rookie Team selection last year, Kaltounkova had an impressive sophomore campaign, recording 49 points by 25 goals and 24 assists. She led the conference in both goals and points and also ranked third nationally in goals and ninth in points. Kaltounkova was named ECAC Hockey Player of the Week on Sept. 28 after recording a combined seven points in two games, which included a five-point performance at RIT on Sept. 25. She finished the season having 18 multipoint games. The Vlasim, Czech Republic native finished tied at the top of the league in power play goals with eight. She also scored four game-winning goals this season.
Serdachny tallied 48 points with 16 goals and a program-record 32 assists. She led the conference and was fourth in the nation in assists, while her 48 points were second best in the league and 10th nationally. The junior had nine multi-assist games and tied the team record for most in a game after dishing out six against RIT on Sept. 25. Serdachny was also dominant at the dot with 368 faceoff wins, which sat ninth-best in the nation. The Edmonton, Alberta native was named ECAC Hockey Player of the Week twice (Oct. 11 and Nov. 1), helping her earn Player of the Month for October. Serdachny’s previous conference honors include being named Best Forward and First Team All-League last season, as well as earning a spot on the All-Rookie Team as a first-year in 2019-20.
ECAC Hockey Second Team-All-League
Goaltender: Lindsay Browning (Cornell University)
Defenseman: Kendall Cooper (Quinnipiac University)
Defenseman: Nicole Gosling (Clarkson University)
Forward: Kalty Kaltounkova (Colgate University)
Forward: Danielle Serdachny (Colgate University)
Colgate heads to New Haven, Conn. for the ECAC Hockey semifinals hosted by Yale. The Raiders take on Quinnipiac on Friday at 6:30 p.m., with the winner facing off against Yale or Princeton in the championship game on Saturday at 3 p.m.