Photo By: Michael Hetzel
NWHL Seasons: This is her first!
College: At Harvard, Sarah had at least 20 points in each of her four seasons. Over 127 games with the Crimson, she was 25-63-88. Among her other honors that season were ECAC First Team selection, ECAC Player of the Year Finalist and ECAC Tournament Most Outstanding Player. She was an All-Ivy League honoree four times.
National Team: Sarah was the captain of Team Canada’s Under-18 team, which won the silver medal at the 2011 Women’s World U-18 Championship. This month, Edney served as a development camp coach for the Under-18 Canadian National Team.
First Pick: Sarah was the first overall selection in the 2015 CWHL Draft.
Next Game: Sarah and the Beauts face the Riveters in Newark on Sunday at 3:00 pm.
What do you love most about hockey?
I have always loved sports and being active, but hockey is special because you get to be a part of a team, something bigger than yourself. And succeeding as a team is much more rewarding.
What do you love most about playing in the NWHL?
I am truly just so thankful to have a place to play after college and I love our fan base of young girls. That’s why we do this – so they can see that their dreams can turn into reality. And hopefully we will have perfected everything and grown by the time that they reach this age so the NWHL will be bigger and better than ever.
Christmas. Could not even tell you why, but probably because it is the holiday that has the most potential for the entire family to be together. Both my sister and I went to university in the U.S. and we only really got to come home for Christmas. So, that is our most family oriented holiday. I also love Christmas music and Christmas treats haha!
Hozier and Ed Sheeran
CHOCOLATE (dark specifically)
Does oatmeal count?
If you could, at what store would you max-out your credit card?
Probably lulu lemon.
What would you say to someone who is considering being an NWHL fan but hasn’t made the commitment yet?
Just try it once. I think people underestimate the speed and intensity of the women’s game, but usually it only takes hockey fans who have never seen the female game one game to become hooked.