Kelsie Fralick ’11 was inducted this past weekend into the Connecticut College Athletics Hall of Fame for her standout college ice hockey career.
When she graduated in 2015, she left with four school records, including a .932 save percentage, a 2.06 goals against average, nine shutouts, and 32 wins, a total that is still the school record. She was also named to the All-NESCAC First Team as a goalie in her senior season.
After leaving the Camels, Fralick played for the Boston Pride in the National Women’s Hockey League, and taught and coached at Blair Academy. She currently teaches classics and serves as an assistant coach at Cushing Academy.
At Hotchkiss, Fralick earned 10 varsity letters, including four in ice hockey, four in softball, and two in field hockey. She earned the Melissa Goss Simonds ’79 Hockey Award, the C. Arthur Eddy Softball Award, the Carole S. Hawley ’75 Award, the Andrew Knox Dwyer Award, and the Girls’ Senior Athletic Award in her senior year.