Sonntag named captain, Whaley’s assistant captain for inaugural women’s ice hockey season

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EASTON, MASS. (September 23, 2022)- Stonehill College Women’s Ice Hockey Head Coach, vigilant tare has announced graduated forward, katie sunday as team captain and junior forward, paige waley as a captain’s aide.

“I am honored to announce that the first captains of the program will enter our inaugural season,” said Watchorn. “It’s a historic moment and we’re lucky to have Katie Sonntag and Paige Whaley at the helm. Paige is a natural at thinking ahead and organizing the group, while Katie’s passion, professionalism and consistency will be just what she needs.” this young team. It is an absolute pleasure to work with them, and the leadership group, to help define what it means to be a Stonehill women’s ice hockey player.”

Sonntag is a native of Hailey, ID, and is a transfer from Union College. During his time at Union, Sonntag played three years in 97 games and scored eight goals while dishing out nine assists (17 points). His best season came during his freshman year when he finished with nine points (four goals, five assists). Sonntag was named four times (2018-19, 2019-20, 2020-21, and 2021-22) to the ECAC All-Academic Team. Prior to college hockey, Sonntag was a member of the Pursuit of Excellence (Canadian Sports School Hockey League), where he had 40 points in 57 appearances.

Whaley hails from Carlisle, Ontario, and previously attended Mercyhurst University. In his two seasons with the Lakers, Whaley played in 37 games and dished out one assist while blocking four shots. His best season was his sophomore year when he played in 20 games and dished out one assist while recording three blocks. Before playing college hockey, Whaley played for Appleby College and was named team captain, and she won Independent Schools Conference Athletes Association gold two years in a row. She was also a member of the Brampton Canadettes, where she was part of the provincial championship team and played in the Esso Cup while she was named Most Sporting Player of the tournament.

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Stonehill will make her long-awaited debut as a member of the New England Women’s Hockey Alliance (NEWHA), which includes Franklin Pierce University, Long Island University, Post University, Sacred Heart University, Saint Anselm College and the College Saint Michael’s.

After hosting an exhibition game against the University of Moncton at the Bridgewater Ice Arena on Saturday, September 24 at 5 p.m. September 30 in Storrs, Connecticut at 6 p.m. followed by the official Skyhawks opening game against the Huskies on Saturday, October 1 at the Bridgewater Ice Arena at 5 p.m.

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