ASU Women's Hockey has officially completed its second season and has had tremendous success over the year. We had so many firsts throughout the season and are excited to continue the development and success for many years to come.
This year, we had our first overtime win in program history in dramatic fashion.
We hosted our first Military Appreciation game and were able to donate to our troops overseas.
We earned our first away sweep over none other than our cross-town rival, Grand Canyon University. In the same weekend, Jordan Nash-Boulden had her first career shutout and the program's first shutout.
We swept Denver for the second year in a row. The Sun Devils are now 4-0 against the Pioneers.
We had our first class of graduating seniors.
We earned our first playoff bid.
The team earned their first national ranking spot. The Sun Devils end the season ranked as the #15 team in the nation.
Did we mention that we swept our cross-town rivals?
With all of our success, we want to thank a few groups that have helped us so far.
To the Arizona hockey community, thank you for cheering us on whenever we were at home and following along with our journey. Your chants, cheers, and support over the season has contributed to our play more than you know. Also, a big thank you to the Sun Devil hockey family and the endless support that they provide to us.
To the media, specifically Cronkite Sports, State Press, and Ice Time Hockey SW, thank you for providing coverage and support to our program. From 7am practices to away games, you never missed a beat and were a large part of our success.
We are humbled to have been the start of women's collegiate hockey on the West Coast and we have no plans of stopping that momentum anytime soon. We are excited for the development of our program and for our largest incoming class to arrive to Tempe this Fall to build upon the success we've already had. Our journey to the national tournament is something we will work to accomplish very soon.
THANK YOU, SUN DEVIL NATION!
A few parting words from our seniors...