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March 4, 2015

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Kassidy Sauve, a freshman goaltender on the Ohio State women’s hockey team, was recognized as a member of the WCHA All-Rookie Team for the 2014-15 season, the conference announced Wednesday. Sauve, who hails from Whitby, Ontario, led her WCHA peers with six shutouts, a save percentage of .925 and a goals against average of 1.98.

Suiting up in 20 games for the Scarlet and Gray, Sauve posted nine wins and 11 loses during her freshman campaign. Her six shutouts are the second-most achieved by a Buckeye goalie in a single season.

Sauve received recognition from the conference three times over the course of the season, including one WCHA Defensive Player of the Week accolade and two WCHA Rookie of the Week honors.