Women’s ice hockey goaltender Logan Angers returns for sixth season


Ethan Hurwitz

Graduate student goaltender Logan Angers will return for her sixth collegiate season in 2023-24.

Colin Kennedy, Associate Sports Editor

Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey goaltender Logan Angers will return for a sixth season in 2023-2024, the team announced Thursday. 

The graduate student goaltender was a mainstay between the pipes this year for the Bobcats, appearing in 31 games with a record of 21-9-0. Angers posted a .926 save percentage during the 2022-2023 campaign. 

The highlight of Angers’ Quinnipiac career came this past season during the NCAA Regional Semifinal on March 9, where she made a career high 50 saves in a 3-2 triple overtime victory against Penn State.

Angers is eligible to return for a sixth season because she redshirted for the 2018-19 season and theNCAA eligibility relief granted to athletes who competed in the 2020-21 season.  

Freshman goaltender Tatum Blacker will join Angers in net for the 2023-2024 season.