Alumnae Bears Blog | Jan 2024



Polar Bears Make PWHL Debuts!




Jules Constantinople Earns 2nd Hockey East Defender of the Month Honors


Jules Constantinople

Northeastern University

Constantinople posted two goals, two assists and 18 blocks in a 7-1-1 month for the Huskies.

Both of Constantinople’s goals came on the power-play and one counted as the game-winner.

She was part of a defense that held opponents to one goal or fewer in eight of their nine games in January.



Molly Jordan Earns Hockey East Rookie of the Month Honors


Molly Jordan

Boston College

Jordan exploded in January to lead all first-year players in Hockey East with nine points on four goals and five assists.

Her 1.13 points per game were also top among freshmen.

She earned Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Week accolades on Jan. 22 after a four-point (2g, 2a) outing against Merrimack and a five-point week.



Jenny Guider Earns NESCAC Player of the Week Honors


Jenny Guider

Trinity College

Guider was the offensive catalyst for the #13 Bantams, tallying a team-high four goals across a pair of NESCAC victories over Colby College. In the series opener, Guider registered her first career hat trick in a 4-3 overtime victory against the visiting Mules. Guider added an insurance goal for Trinity in a 3-1 win over Colby in the nightcap. Guider recorded seven blocked shots on the defensive end for the Bantams.

For the season, Guider ranks third in the NESCAC in goals (10), fourth in power play goals (3), eighth in blocked shots (21) and tenth in points (13).



Meg Rittenhouse Earns NESCAC Player of the Week Honors


Meg Rittenhouse

Colby College

Rittenhouse led Colby to a sweep of Williams, netting the game-winner in both wins (4-2 and 3-2 OT). On Friday, the senior tallied Colby's second and third goals on the night and added an assist on the fourth. In Saturday's game, Rittenhouse assisted in the opening score and tallied her conference-leading 12th goal of the season only seconds into overtime to complete the sweep of the Ephs.

With a goal and assist in a midweek win at Suffolk, Rittenhouse finished the week with four goals and three assists for seven points.

The senior leads the NESCAC in points (21), goals (12), and game-winning tallies (5) through 15 games.  



Savannah Popick Named NEWHA Defensive Player of the Month


Savannah Popick

Saint Anselm College

Popick wrapped up the month by registering seven total blocks and dishing out three assists for Saint Anselm to end December with three points and a plus-four on-ice rating.

She produced a team-high four blocks on Dec. 1 against Saint Michael's College and later posted two assists in the Hawks 10-1 win on Dec. 2 to sweep the Purple Knights, improving the team's league record to 10-3-1.

The three-time NEWHA Defensive Player of the Week honoree is ranked third out of blue-liners in the league in both assists (6) and points (8) this season.




Hall Named CCC Player of the Week for the 2nd Straight Week

Teaghan Hall

Endicott College


Jan 29, 2024 --

Hall compiled two goals on 13 total shots (team-high) to earn a +2 rating on the ice for No. 12 nationally ranked Endicott.

She scored a goal in the third period on Friday night at Canton Ice House to put the Gulls ahead by two (4-2), which ended up being the final score.

In Saturday's 3-0 shutout win, Hall notched Endicott's second goal via an empty netter at the 18:35 mark of the third period.

Jan 22, 2024 --

Hall aided Endicott to a 2-0-0 week against Salve Regina as the sophomore forward compiled two goals and two assists alongside a +4 rating.

She buried one tally in the Gulls' 4-0 road win on Friday before potting one more and dishing out two assists in Endicott's 5-1 home victory on Saturday.





Congratulations to Jules & the Northeastern Huskies on Capturing the Beanpot!

Congratulations to Aylah Cioffi, Sophia Jones, Morgann Skoda & the RPI Engineers on Capturing the Mayor's Cup!




Dixon's Tally Helps Dartmouth to Top Union


Cally Dixon

Dartmouth College

The Big Green held their 3-2 lead through nearly half of the third period until a slashing penalty against Union put Dartmouth on the power-play. Only 19 seconds passed of the five-on-four advantage before Cally Dixon was able to score an insurance goal for the Big Green, reestablishing the two-goal lead.

"I sort of just hung out in the back and Izee [Powell] made a great move and got me wide open and all I had to do was finish the puck," Dixon said about her goal. "It's nice when my teammates get me open."




1st Career Win for Kowal


Kelsey Kowal

Anna Maria College

Earned her first career win in her first career NCAA start for Anna Maria College. She made 20 saves to lead her team to the win.

Natalie Stott Delivers 3 Shutouts in January for Amherst


Natalie Stott

Amherst College

01/12 - v Conn. College

01/17 - v Norwich University

01/26 - v Bowdoin College




Skoda Nets Pair for RPI in Sweep Over Vermont


Morgann Skoda

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Woodworth Nets 2 Goals for Uconn vs University of Minnesota


Meg Woodworth

University of Connecticut




Hailey Tullo Nets 1st Career Goal


Hailey Tullo

Saint Anselm College

Tullo blistered home a shot past Mudrak (Assumption) to give Saint Anselm the 1-0 lead, her first collegiate goal as a Hawk, with just under four minutes left to go in the period.

Maeve Reynolds, NESCAC Assists Leader


Maeve Reynolds

Amherst College

Reynolds put up 7 assists in January and lead all NESCAC skaters in assists.




Lupone puts up 4 points in weekend with Stonehill


Sophie Lupone

Sacred Heart University

Cioffi Nets 2 versus Vermont


Aylah Cioffi

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute




Mairead Kennedy

Wesleyan University


Mairead Kennedy Nets Game Winning Goal for Wesleyan to help the Cardinals defeat their 2nd Top 10 ranked team in one week.




Meg Rittenhouse scores game winning goal to lift Colby over Williams


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