Colgate women's hockey players Sydney Morrow and Danielle Serdachny have been named to the CCM Hockey and American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA) second-team All-American squad. Morrow, in her first appearance on the All-American list, finished the season tied for the most points scored by a defender in NCAA Division I. Serdachny, honored three times as an All-American, is one of the most decorated student-athletes in Colgate women's hockey history, ending her career holding the top two slots for most points scored in a season by a Raider skater.

By the Numbers
  • Sydney Morrow notched her first career hat trick in a five-point performance against Dartmouth on Nov. 10.
  • Danielle Serdachny finished the season fifth in the country with 61 points. She was also named as a top-10 finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Award, becoming the first student-athlete in Colgate history to be recognized as a finalist twice.
Bottom Line

Sydney Morrow and Danielle Serdachny's outstanding performances led to their well-deserved recognition as CCM/AHCA All-Americans, highlighting their exceptional contributions to the sport of women's ice hockey.