Charly Dahlquist


Player profile

  • Hometown Eden Prairie, Minn.
  • Last Team North Dakota
  • Year Senior
  • Height 5-6

Career Honors

  • WCHA Forward of the Week (10/30/18)
  • WCHA All-Academic Team (2018, 2019)
  • OSU Scholar-Athlete (2018)

2018-19 – Senior

  • Appeared in 33 games
  • Scored a career-high 27 points from 14 goals and 13 assists, finished third on the team for the season
  • Notched her first career hat trick by scoring three goals in 3:33 of game time in the third period, while assisting on a goal earlier in the game to finish with four points against Mercyhurst (Dec. 16)
  • Her three-goal outburst tied the program record for most goals scored in one period, also held by Natalie Spooner
  • Tallied four points on a pair of goals and assists at St. Lawrence (Oct. 27)
  • Her effort against St. Lawrence resulted in being named the WCHA Forward of the Week on Oct. 30
  • Finished the season with four multi-point games, the two four-point outings mentioned above, a three-point effort (one goal, two assists) against Colgate (Oct. 5) and a two-goal performance against Bemidji State on Senior Day (Feb. 9)
  • Led the team with five game winning goals in the 2018-19 season (Oct. 12 vs Minnesota State, Oct. 27 at St. Lawrence, Nov. 3 vs St. Cloud State, Feb. 9 vs Bemidji State, March 2 vs Minnesota State)
  • Finished her career tied for 9th all-time with eight game winning goals despite only playing two years in the scarlet and gray
  • WCHA All-Academic Team

2017-18 – Junior

  • Appeared in all 39 games
  • Tallied 23 points from eight goals and 15 assists, good for seventh on the team
  • Had her first three-point game against No. 9 Robert Morris, scoring two goals and notching one assist (Jan. 13)
  • Notched one goal and two assists in the first round of the WCHA tournament against Minnesota State (Feb. 23)
  • Finished with four multi-point games: Oct. 7 at No. 4 Minnesota (two assists), Jan. 13 vs No. 9 Robert Morris (two goals, one assist), Feb. 23 vs Minnesota State (one goal, two assists), Feb. 24 vs Minnesota State (two assists)
  • Tied for fourth on the team with three game winning goals (Oct. 6 at No. 4 Minnesota, Feb. 3 vs No. 1 Wisconsin, Feb. 23 vs Minnesota State)
  • Notched 107 shots and 15 blocks
  • WCHA All-Academic Team
  • OSU Scholar Athlete

2016-17 – Sophomore (North Dakota)

  • Appeared in 38 games for the Fighting Hawks
  • Scored eight goals and dished out seven assists
  • Had a two-goal game against Minnesota State (Oct. 14)
  • Led the team in faceoff wins with 224
  • Five of her eight goals came in the third period, and she tallied two game-winners as a sophomore

2015-16 – Freshman (North Dakota) 

  • Appeared in a total of 29 games for UND
  • Scored her first collegiate goal in the second playoff game against St. Cloud State (Feb. 27)
  • Recorded her first collegiate point in her second game played, earning an assist at St. Cloud State (Oct. 24)
  • Totaled seven points off of one goal and six assists.

Prior to College

  • Played four seasons for Eden Prairie High School in Eden Prairie, Minn. from 2011-2015 where she tallied 107 points in 88 games
  • Named All-State Second Team in 2013-14
  • Named to the Minnesota State High School Hockey Tournament All-Tournament Team in 2012-13
  • Named All-Conference in 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014
  • Selected to the USA National Camp in 2012 and 2013.


  • Daughter of Chris and Jeanie Dahlquist
  • Father played professional hockey with the Pittsburgh Penguins, Minnesota North Stars, Calgary Flames and Ottawa Senators