Former Women's Ice Hockey Captain, Trudy Reyns, Featured In Northumberland Today

HAMDEN, Conn. - Former Quinnipiac University women's ice hockey player, Trudy Reyns '09, was recently featured in a hometown newspaper, Northumberland Today, out of Northumberland, Ontario discussing her time playing hockey overseas. The article is titled 'Reyns Enjoying European Experience,' and was written by sports reporter Jeff Gard. Reyns currently plays for the Salzburg Ravens out of Austria in the Elite Women's Hockey League. Reyns has had a successful season thus far with the Ravens, and recently earned the Top Defenseman Award at the International Ice Hockey Federation European Women's Championship Cup.

Reyns, a Port Hope, Ontario-native, played in 136 games during her four years with the Bobcats, and captained the squad during her junior and senior seasons. She ranks second in program history in career games played, just two games short of the record held by Vicky Graham '08. Reyns tallied 13 goals and 38 assists in her career with Quinnipiac, and ranks fourth in the program's history in career points with 51.

In her five months with the Ravens, Reyns' leadership abilities have shone through and the defenseman now serves as an Alternate Captain for her team. To read more about Reyns' experience in Europe, please follow the above link.