HANOVER, N.H. — Back in January the Dartmouth women's hockey team  and head coach Mark Hudak announced four early decision recruits for the Class of 2016, and on Wednesday the program completed its class with two more additions. Both of the incoming players have turned in their intent to enroll cards and look forward to becoming a member of the Big Green. The two players are both defensemen from Canada with one hailing from Ontario and the other from Alberta.

Olivia Whitford
Milton, Ontario
Whitford plays for the Burlington Junior Barracudas in the PWHL. She attends Bishop P.F. Reding Secondary School, where she was a four-year honor roll student. She played for Team Ontario Blue in the Canadian U18 National Tournament in 2011. She was invited to 2011 Team Canada Strength and Conditioning camp.
Zoe Brennan
Calgary, Alberta
Brennan attends and plays for the Edge School, in Alberta, where she is an honor roll student and captain of her team. She was named Student Athlete of the Year in 2011 in the CSSHL. She played for Team Alberta at the Canadian U18 National Tournament in 2011.

The two recruits complete the Class of 2016 and bring the total to six. Whitford and Brennan join forwards Laura Stacey (Kleinburg, Ontario), Ailish Forfar (Sutton West, Ontario), Lindsey Allen (Toronto, Ontario) and Catherine Berghuis (Truro, Nova Scotia).

The release on the early decision recruits can be found here.