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Sarah Dagg
Position Forward
5 ft 2 in (1.57 m)
Rochester Institute of Technology (2007-11)
Burlington Barracudas (2011-)
Born July 23 1989 (1989-07-23) (age 27),
Hamilton, Ontario
Pro Career 2007 – present

Sarah Dagg (born July 23, 1989) is the Rochester Institute of Technology's all-time scoring leader with 154 points, and the all-time assist leader with 91.[1] She was the 2011 Laura Hurd Award winner as Division III’s National Player of the Year.

Playing careerEdit

As a player for the Hamilton Hawks, she led the team to the Ontario Winter Games, Silver Stick, and Toronto Area Championships, respectively.


Dagg, who was RIT’s first national player of the year, was also honored as the 2010 PAYCHEX Co-Female College Athlete of the Year. She was recognized as the 2011 ECAC West Player of the Year after contributing to the Tigers program-record 26 wins. In addition, she helped the Tigers to their first conference regular season and post-season championships. Her points total for the season was 18 goals and 24 assists in 30 games.

In her senior season, Dagg advanced to the 2011 NCAA Division III Championship game. In her four seasons at RIT, the Tigers accumulated a won-loss record of 85-17-7, while finishing as the Tigers all-time leading scorer.Her career totals stand at 63 goals and 91 assists, while competing in 109 games. She is the Tigers all-time assists leader while recording three consecutive forty point seasons. In addition, she is second all-time at RIT with 20 power-play goals, while she stands tied at first place in shorthanded goals with nine.

On November 5, 2011, the RIT Tigers was honored Dagg in their home opener, before ECAC West rival Utica.[2] Dagg dropped the ceremonial first puck in the pregame ceremony.


She was the 16th overall pick of the 2011 CWHL Draft. On November 18, 2011, Dagg was one of several Burlington Barracudas players that competed in the first ever Hockey Helps The Homeless Women’s Tournament. Said tournament was held at the Magna Centre in Newmarket, Ontario.[3]

Career statsEdit


Year Team GP G A PTS PIM
2007-08 RIT2612152724
2008-09 RIT2616 244026
2009-10 RIT2717284520
2010-11 RIT3018244224

Awards and honorsEdit

  • 2010 PAYCHEX Co-Female College Athlete of the Year
  • 2010 AHCA/RBK All-American
  • 2011 AHCA/RBK All-American
  • 2011 ECAC West Player of the Year
  • 2011 Laura Hurd Award[5]


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