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Lundberg signed to NWHL



Last modified: Thursday, July 30, 2015
The NWHL announced today the signing of goaltender Shenae Lundberg, who played at Union College, to the New York Riveters.

Lundberg served as goalie for the Union College Dutchwomen from 2011-2015. The Peterborough native began her freshman year with 382 saves in 14 games, starting off her collegiate career with a .884 save percentage. She had her first collegiate shutout her sophomore year against Penn State. During Lundberg’s senior year, she had a career high 59 saves in a single game, making it the most saves at the Division I level for a shutout. In her 100 games and 6,157 minutes of playing time, Lundberg had six career shutouts and ranked 20th all-time with 3,023 saves — becoming the 21st member of the 3000 saves club for NCAA Division I Women’s Hockey. She was named ECAC Goaltender of the Week twice her sophomore year and twice her junior year and ECAC Goaltender of the Month her sophomore and senior year. In her final year with the Dutchwomen, Lundberg received the Robert M. Ridings Memorial Award for her achievements and attitude in sports at Union College.

“I’ve trained pretty much my whole life looking for an opportunity like this and it’s pretty special to be a part of something so new and revolutionary in women’s hockey. This is the next big step and I’m just really lucky to be a part of it,” said Lundberg.