By: Rachel Anderson ’17, Staff Writer
Jillian Moffatt started her collegiate ice hockey career by setting records.
Throughout her freshman campaign, Moffatt, who is originally from Toronto, Ontario, played in every game for the Valley. She compiled a total of 1,123 saves for a save percentage of 93.7 percent.
Moffatt recorded a game high of 92 saves, which is the second-most ever in a women’s hockey NCAA DIII game. The record is 101 by Sirena Enright from Chatham set back in 2005.
During the Dutchmen’s final game of the season, Moffatt had a shutout after saving 38 shots.
Moffatt is one of the three goalies on the women’s ice hockey team and had a total of 1,102 minutes in the net.