The Colgate women's ice hockey team was honored recently as 18 student-athletes were named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team.

Sophomore Megan DuBois was tabbed to the ECAC Hockey Commissioner's List for the second straight season, which showcases one player from each institution that earned the highest GPA on the team. Colgate's 18 honorees are the most in program history after a successful season on and off the ice.

The Raiders also ranked in the top half of ECAC Hockey as they tied for the fifth most players named to the all-academic team. A total of 197 players were honored by ECAC Hockey, the most in league history.

Players are eligible for the all-academic team if they earn a cumulative GPA of at least 3.00 on a 4.00 scale or have a GPA over 3.00 over the past three semesters.

Graduated senior Cat Quirion was the only Raider to be named to the all-academic for all four seasons during her career at Colgate, one of just 29 players in the league to achieve the feat. Fellow graduate Meghan Brennan was named to the all-academic team for the third time in her four seasons. Brennan was one of 70 players to earn all-academic recognition for the third time in her career.

Other recognized Raiders included Livia Altmann, Liz Auby, Ellie DeCaprio, Jessie Eldridge, Chelsea Jacques, Shae Labbe, Bailey Larson, Shannon Ormel, Shelby Perry, Kaila Pinkney, Hannah Rastrick, July Vandyk, Breanne Wilson-Bennett, Olivia Zafuta and Annika Zalewski.