NWHL Draft Night 2 Recap

The NWHL draft night 2 has concluded on Twitter tonight. Let’s see who all was selected.

 

Round 3

1 (13) – Connecticut – F Savannah Rennie, Syracuse University

Savannah Rennie is from East St. Paul, Manitoba. The forward played 4 years of college hockey, all at Syracuse University. In her 4 years there, she has scored 27 goals and added 40 assists for a total of 67 points, which is good for 15th all time in program history.

 

2 (14) – Buffalo – F Autumn MacDougal, University of Alberta

Autumn MacDougal is from Cole Harbor, Nova Scotia. The forward played 5 years at the University of Alberta. In her 5 years there, she has scored 58 goals and added 67 assists for a total of 125 points. She is tied for the most points in the program’s history.

 

3 (15) – Toronto – F Erin Locke, York University

Erin Locke is from Toronto, Ontario. The forward played 5 years of college hockey at York University. In those 5 years there she has tallied 26 times and added 37 assists for a total of 63 points. Which is good for 4th all time in the program’s history.

 

4 (16) – Metropolitan – G Tera Hofmann, Yale University

Tera Hofmann is from Toronto, Ontario. Hofmann played her college hockey at Yale University for 4 years, posting rather consistent numbers. In her senior season, she played 12 games, had a 2.29 GAA and a .891 Save Percentage.

 

5 (17) – Minnesota – F Presley Norby, University of Wisconsin

Presley Norby is from Minnetonka, Minnesota. She played her college hockey at the University of Wisconsin for 4 years. In the 4 years of playing, she scored 38 goals and added 56 assists for a total of 94 points.

 

6 (18) – Boston – F Taylor Wenczkowski, University of New Hampshire

Taylor Wenczkowski is from Rochester, New Hampshire. She played her college hockey at the University of New Hampshire for 5 years. In her senior season, she was captain of the team. In her 5 years, she scored 42 goals and added 40 assists for a total of 82 points.

 

Round 4

1 (19) – Connecticut – F Amanda Conway, Norwich University

Amanda Conway is from Methuen, Massachusetts. The forward played her college hockey at Norwich University for 4 years. In those 4 years, she scored 116 goals and added 72 assists for a total of 188 points. She is the all time leading scorer in the program’s history.

 

2 (20) – Buffalo – D Kelly O’Sullivan, Adrian College

Kelly O’Sullivan is from Iverness, Illinois. The defender played her college hockey at Adrian College, where she played for 4 years. In those 4 years, she scored 29 goals and added 85 assists for a total of 114 points. Which is good for 4th all time in the program’s history.

 

3 (21) – Metropolitan – D Bridgette Prentiss, Franklin Pierce University

Bridgette Prentiss is from Buffalo, New York. The defender played 4 years of college hockey at Franklin Pierce University. In her senior season, she was named captain of the team. In her 4 years there, she scored 36 goals and added 61 assists for a total of 97 points. That is good for 5th all time in the program’s history.

 

4 (22) – Toronto – F Natalie Marcuzzi, Robert Morris University

Natalie Marcuzzi is from Thornhill, Ontario. The forward played her college hockey at Robert Morris University for 4 years. In her senior season, she was named an alternate captain. In her 4 years, she scored 20 goals and added 20 assists for 40 points.

 

5 (23) – Minnesota – F Haley Mack, Bemidji State University

Haley Mack is from East Grand Forks, Minnesota. She played her college hockey at Bemidji State University, where she played for 4 years. In her 4 years, she scored 38 goals and added 39 assists for 77 points.

 

6 (24) – Boston – D Taylor Turnquist, Clarkson University

Taylor Turnquist is from Blaine, Minnesota. The defender played her college hockey at Clarkson University, where she played for 4 years. In her senior season, she was named an alternate captain. In her 4 years, she tallied 8 goals and added 32 assists for a total of 40 points.

 

Round 5

1 (25) – Connecticut – F Nicole Guagliardo, Adrian College

Nicole Guagliardo is from Hoffman Estates, Illinois. She played her college at 3 different schools for 4 years. Her freshman and sophomore seasons, she played at Mercyhurst University, where she scored 5 goals and added 3 assists for 8 points. She then played at Lindenwood University for her junior year, where she scored 10 goals and added 12 assists for 22 points. She would finish her senior season at Adrian College, where she would score 16 goals and add 17 assists for 33 points.

 

2 (26) – Buffalo – D Logan Land, RIT

Logan Land is from Turkey Point, Ontario. She played her college hockey at RIT for 4 years. In her senior season, she was named captain of the team. In her 4 years there, she tallied 12 goals and added 25 assists for a total of 37 points.

 

3 (27) – Connecticut* (Acquired from Riveters) – F Maddie Bishop, Sacred Heart University

Maddie Bishop is from Wethersfield, Connecticut. She played 4 years of college hockey at Sacred Heart University. In her senior season, she was named captain of her team. In her 4 years, she scored 32 goals and added 56 assists for a total of 88 points. Which is good for 8th all time in the program’s history.

*Pick acquired from the Marina Sorokina trade.

 

4 (28) – Minnesota – D Maddie Rowe, University of Wisconsin

Maddie Rowe is from River Falls, Wisconsin. She played her college hockey at the University of Wisconsin for 4 years. In those 4 years there, she scored 11 goals and added 19 assists for a total of 30 points. She was also in the plus category of the plus minus stat in each year she played.

 

5 (29) – Boston (Acquired from Toronto) – F Meghara McManus, University of New Hampshire

Meghara McManus is from Milton, Massachusetts. She played her college hockey at the University of New Hampshire for 4 years. In those 4 years, she tallied 48 goals and added 36 assists for a total of 84 points.

 

6 (30) – Boston – D Paige Capistran, Northeastern University

Paige Capistran is from Manchester, New Hampshire. She played her college hockey at Northeastern University for 4 years. In those 4 years, she scored 4 goals and added 26 assists for a total of 30 points.

 

 

Congratulations to all those selected tonight.

 

 

TXHT will continue to provide NWHL coverage as more signings and news are announced.

 

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