The Atlantic Girls Hockey Federation (AGHF) is proud to announce that Tri-City Eagles (Blue) goaltender Abby Tanner has committed to play NCAA Division 3 hockey at Keene State College. Tanner, with an impressive record this season, is set to bring her skills to the Keene State Owls’ inaugural season of women’s hockey.

Throughout the AGHF season, Abby Tanner has showcased her exceptional goaltending abilities, amassing a noteworthy 15-5-2 record. Her remarkable performances include a stellar 1.39 Goals Against Average (GAA) and an impressive .945 Save Percentage (SV%). Tanner has been a key player in guiding the Tri-City Eagles to success, recording seven shutouts in the process.

Tanner’s commitment to Keene State College marks a significant milestone in her hockey journey. Keene State, in launching its first women’s hockey program, has secured a promising talent in Tanner. Her experience and proficiency between the pipes will undoubtedly contribute to the Owls’ competitiveness in their inaugural season.

The goaltender’s journey to NCAA Division 3 hockey is a testament to her dedication, hard work, and skill development within the AGHF. Tanner’s ability to maintain a high level of performance and composure in the net has not only garnered attention within her league but has also earned her the opportunity to play at the collegiate level.

As Abby Tanner looks forward to joining Keene State College for the upcoming season, the anticipation builds for the impact she will make on the ice. Her commitment to the Owls signifies not only a personal accomplishment but also a significant addition to the college’s hockey program.

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