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BOSTON - With a full year of recruiting under her belt, head coach Taylor Wasylk has brought in 23 fresh faces to comprise the inaugural Suffolk women's hockey team in 2018-19. With 24 days remaining before the official puck drop Ram Nation has a chance to get a look at the Rams roster.
The 23 Rams are broken down into 12 forwards, eight skaters on the blue line and a three-headed contingent in net.
Despite it being Suffolk's first season, each class is represented on the roster. The bulk of skaters are true freshmen (17) with a quartet of sophomores to go along with one junior and senior, respectively.
Wasylk's roster is one of the most diverse in the department when it is broken down geographically with 10 different states and three Canadian provinces represented.
There are four Rams that call Michigan home and three from Connecticut. Four traveled cross country with a pair from both California and Colorado, respectively. Florida, Illinois, Minnesota, Rhode Island, Utah and Wisconsin are also represented, as well as six international students from Canadian.
More impressive, not a sole skater is a native of Massachusetts.
Six players on the Suffolk scoresheet hail from nations outside of the United States. The international contingent all come from the red, white and blue's neighbor to the north, Canada. A trio of Rams call British Columbia home, with a pair from Ontario and one skater venturing to Beantown from Alberta.
Four different players have seen collegiate contests before as the trio of senior Tess Adams, junior Sydney Jordan and sophomore Kristen Caporusso come to Suffolk from SUNY Canton and sophomore Abbey Weisrock began her career at Salve Regina.
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