As a freshman for the Warriors in 2006-07, Schroeder played in 33 of WSU's 34 games and earned Second Team All-College Hockey America honors as well as being named to the CHA All-Rookie Team. The 19-year-old from Lumsden, Sask., assisted on the game-winning goal against Cornell on Nov. 3, and recorded a goal and an assist in the Colgate series on Jan. 5-6. Tegan had an assist against No. 1 Mercyhurst on Jan. 13 and scored a power-play goal at Mercyhurst on Feb. 17.
Hockey Canada's National Women's Team head coach-general manager Melody Davidson, along with National Women's Program head scout Wally Kozak, announced that 46 of the country's top 21-and-under women's players will converge on Calgary from May 25-27 for a strength and conditioning/skating camp.