From the directory
She was supposed to be a 2019 recruit but since she is turning 18 in October, she could be for this fall. She could have been in the directory for a while because I did not check on 2019 recruits recently.
She is listed as an 11th grader. https://www.mngirlshockeyhub.com/ros...bseason=420956 Perhaps it is a different Emily King in the directory.
Last edited by Ralph Baer; 05-17-2018 at 01:46 PM.
Extremely honoured and excited to announce my commitment to play NCAA D1 hockey at RPI! Thank you to all my teammates, coaches, my parents and family that have helped me become the player and person I am today! #RPIWHockey #LetsGoRed pic.twitter.com/APILNaMX1w— Madisyn Papineau (@maddynapineau) May 17, 2018
She looks like she is for 2020 (born in 2002).
Last edited by Ralph Baer; 05-18-2018 at 05:08 AM.
CONGRATS and it would be nice to start building a stronger alumni base
Congratulations to our four seniors as they accept their hard-earned diplomas tomorrow at graduation! We already can’t wait to have you back home to Houston Field House as alumnae! #EngineersForever*⚪️ #RPI2018 pic.twitter.com/gN6g9fAqkn— RPI Women's Hockey (@RPI_WHockey) May 18, 2018
Last edited by giwan; 05-18-2018 at 12:19 PM.
Somehow the version of the tweet sent by the Athletics Department was parsed and this came out:
Congratulations Seniors & Thanks RPI AthleticsFull coverage https://t.co/kg0XW8xSQN— OnlineMatureDating (@onlinematuredat) May 18, 2018
I always thought that it was our men's hockey players who were eligible for social security soon after graduating.
Last edited by Ralph Baer; 05-18-2018 at 01:41 PM.
Does anyone know if Christie Cicero has left RPI? She is apparently not in the online directory.
CBC Sudbury News:Papineau heads list of Lady Wolves' university commitments: A handful of players with the Sudbury Lady Wolves girls midget hockey team have announced commitments to join university programs in the coming years. https://t.co/Z42ISyg8Mo pic.twitter.com/XS9ySIQdNy— What's Up In Sudbury (@WhatUpInSudbury) May 25, 2018
Lady Wolves hockey player Madisyn Papineau commits to NCAA university
Rising star says academics still more important than hockey
Benjamin Aubé · CBC News · Posted: May 25, 2018 4:07 AM ET | Last Updated: an hour ago
The Sudbury Lady Wolves are making some noise off the ice.
A handful of players with the girls' midget 'AA' hockey team have announced commitments to join university programs in the coming years.
Among them, Lady Wolves forward Madisyn Papineau has chosen to go the NCAA route, announcing her commitment late last week to join the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) Engineers' Division 1 hockey program.
"Ever since I was little, playing Division 1 [NCAA hockey] was obviously the dream," says Papineau.
At just 16 years of age, Papineau has been offered a scholarship to join RPI in 2020.
And though the sport is close to her heart, Papineau says academics were the most important part of the decision. She's planning on studying biomedical engineering, or a similar field.
She just has to maintain her grades and work on her game with the Lady Wolves until then.
"It just came down to the program is all it was in the end. They had the program I was really interested in. It just felt so right, I could see myself living there," explains Papineau.
Papineau qualifies herself as a playmaking forward. She says she's equally comfortable playing centre or the wing — a coach's dream, some might say.
Her parents, Wendy and Rob, say that versatility and ability to fit into any situation has worked to Madisyn's advantage.
As the general manager of the Ontario Hockey League's Sudbury Wolves, Rob knows the sport and what makes its athletes successful quite well.
"Right from the time Madi's been little, she's been super competitive," notes Rob. "What I love about the girls game is it sort of taught her at a young age how to be goal-oriented.
"I don't know, without the Lady Wolves and Sudbury Girls Hockey, whether she would have had the ability to understand what that even meant. It's just good to see everything that she's always talked about as a young girl growing up happen right in front of you."
Choices on both sides of border
Two of Papineau's Sudbury teammates, Taylor Scott and Mylene Lefebvre, have committed to join U-Sports hockey teams in Canada — Scott with the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees, and Lefebvre with the University of Montreal Carabins.
Papineau also strongly considered the U-Sports option, but felt the NCAA was the right choice for her.
"You have a lot of girls taking the Canadian path and it's just as good as the American [path] now. They have great hockey here as well. Just getting to university is probably the goal for a lot of us," she said.
The Lady Wolves have a competitive girls hockey team from the novice level up to midget.
Papineau credits the program for giving her and her teammates a solid foundation to reach the next level, as well as new postsecondary opportunities.
"I think it's awesome too, we grow up playing together here. In Toronto you're not always, together, you're kind of all over the place, they switch teams so I think that's awesome for us. We've had that chemistry ever since we've been little," she said.
It sounds like Ebba Berglund won't be attending RPI at least this year.
@ebba_berglund har bestämt sig för Luleå Hockey - gör det du med. Teckna säsongskort för 2018/2019 så har du din plats när vi spelar i både SHL och SDHL. Läs mer på https://t.co/drokKsfzjU. pic.twitter.com/LejSf4ZjNj— Luleå Hockey (@LuleaHockey) May 28, 2018
Edit: She signed with Lulea for the next two years, so I guess she won't be going to RPI at all.
Nu börjar ett nytt spännande äventyr! Stolt och glad över att få representera @LuleaHockey de två kommande säsongerna!— Ebba Berglund (@ebba_berglund) April 23, 2018
Last edited by Ralph Baer; 05-30-2018 at 07:26 PM.
To the top! Morgan Ondrick, Kendra Farole, Lauren Severson and coach Tara Connolly participated in a staff hike up the Manitou Incline this morning in Colorado! The four are working the USA Hockey Multi-District Camp in Colorado Springs. pic.twitter.com/EuSn4OZkdp— RPI Women's Hockey (@RPI_WHockey) June 9, 2018
direct link to schedule https://rpiathletics.com/schedule.asp...726&path=whock
Last edited by Ralph Baer; 06-18-2018 at 11:45 AM.
2019 recruit Madisen Peterson had a goal (shorthanded GWG) and an assist in today's game at the U18 Development Camp. https://teamusa.usahockey.com/tourna...ferrer=3834351. She had no points in her first two games.
One from Denmark whom we didn't know about. She played with Josefine Hansen on the Danish national team.
Edit: The Gentofte Stars U17 and U20 teams she played on last season are boys teams.
Last edited by Ralph Baer; 07-05-2018 at 02:34 PM.
from the directory
Business and Management
15 of our players from the 2017-18 team earned ECAC All-Academic honors for strong work in the classroom!— RPI Women's Hockey (@RPI_WHockey) July 11, 2018
Commissioner's List honoree Aly Tremblay ‘19 posted the team’s top GPA (3.85) as a biomedical engineering major. #LetsGoRed #StudentAthleteshttps://t.co/2RtBwU4Gw1
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