Penn State Women’s Hockey Names Three Co-Captains

Penn State women’s hockey has named Rene Gangarosa, Mallory Uihlein, and Kiara Zanon as the three co-captains for the upcoming 2022-23 season, the team announced Wednesday.

Gangarosa enters her fifth year at Penn State with 43 points in 126 games. Even though those stats may not be too flashy, the Rochester native has generated a +30 rating during her career, which includes a +19 in the team’s most recent season. Serving as an alternate captain during the 2021-22 season, she was named an All-CHA second team honoree.

After a breakout 2021-22 season, Uihlein has earned her first captainship with the Nittany Lions. The Edina, Minn. native tallied six goals and 13 assists for 19 points last season, a program record that surpassed Gangarosa’s 18-point season in 2020-21, and earned All-CHA first team honors.

Zanon will enter her junior season as Penn State’s best scorer. The two-time All-CHA first team honoree has tallied 23 goals and 46 assists for 68 points in just 54 games. The Fairport, New York native will have a high ceiling for the upcoming season.

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