The right-side wing ended her Harvard career with 122 points (Zack Williamson).
NEW YORK – After an accolade-filled career with Harvard women's hockey, senior Miye D'Oench has signed with the New York Riveters of the National Women's Hockey League (NWHL), announced by the league on Thursday.
D'Oench finished 15th on the all-time Harvard career points list with 122, scoring 64 goals to go with 58 assists. The senior led the Crimson with 37 points on the season, and had a team-high 12 multi-point outings in 2015-16. Earning a plethora of postseason honors, D'Oench was named to the All-ECAC Hockey and All-Ivy League second teams, as well as the All-New England team.
Originally drafted by the Boston Pride in the 2015 draft, D'Oench's rights were traded to New York for former-Boston College center Alex Carpenter earlier on Thursday along with a draft tax.
Per the league, D'Oench is the second draft pick from 2015 to sign with the league for the 2016 season.