Week Ending March 13, 2016
Pat Killeen (Corkery, ON) is this week’s Carleton Ravens TSN 1200 Male Athlete of the Week.
Killeen, a fifth-year goaltender, posted 28 saves in Carleton’s 4-1 OUA Bronze medal game playoff victory over the Guelph Gryphons on March 12. The 6-foot-4 backstop was nearly impenetrable through three periods, dazzling the crowd with 16 saves in the opening period of the contest. Killeen showed little rust despite seeing limited action in goal since the start of the OUA playoffs.
It was arguably the biggest win in Killeen’s CIS career, as the former Pittsburgh Penguins draft pick helped steer the men’s hockey team back to the University Cup for the first time since 2014. Will his solid performance warrant him a start against the Saskatchewan Huskies at nationals?
Pat is a Criminology major at Carleton University.
Hannah Schmidt (Dunrobin, ON) is this week’s Carleton Ravens TSN 1200 Female Athlete of the Week.
Schmidt, a competitive racer for the Ravens Alpine skiing club team, finished in third place on Day 1 (March 11) at the RSEQ Alpine Championships at Mont Tremblant. The first-year skier put together two-run clock time of 2.03:33 to finish only four seconds off of the leader’s pace. Schmidt was back at the top of the mountain on Day 2 (March 12) looking for another podium finish. The 6-foot-1 freshman blazed down the hill twice for a combined time of 1.54:54, but came in just a second shy of earning her second medal of the weekend.
Following a terrific first season with the Ravens Alpine team, Schmidt was the recipient of RSEQ Alpine Female Rookie of the Year as well as an RSEQ First-Team All-Star.
Hannah is enrolled in the Criminology program at Carleton University.