Here’s a little breaking news for you … Elizabeth Wulf this afternoon became the first hockey player in RCDS history to score 100 goals, and then she kept on going. The Larchmont resident scored five times against Holton Arms of Washington, D.C. She hit the century mark with the third goal of the day.
Nicole Aronson had two assists for the Wildcats while Cody Nilsen, Devon Kraus, and Jaime Simensky set Wulf up once. Rebecca Mendelsohn made 29 saves in the 5-1 victory.
RCDS girls hockey coach Gil Castagna cannot recall another hockey player at RCDS with more than 50 goals.
Here’s the wild part of this story is Wulf is just a sophomore, and she’s in her fourth varsity season. She had 14 goals as a seventh-grader, 26 as an eighth-grader, and 26 as a freshman.
“It was just a regular goal,” Wulf said. “I guess it was more special because it was my 100th. (The ceremony) was kind of embarrassing. I felt bad for the other team, but we took a few pictures and that was it.”