Forward Courtney Kollman will transfer from Robert Morris after two seasons.
Kollman, 19, will transfer to Mount Royal University in Calgary, Alberta the team announced on Friday.
We are excited to announce that Courtney Kollman will be returning home to begin her USports career at @MRUCougars this fall. Excited to to welcome @Kollman_14 to our Cougar family. pic.twitter.com/j2xaBhl5yK
— MRU Women's Hockey (@MRUWomensHockey) May 22, 2020
Kollman is a Calgary native. Mount Royal competes under the umbrella of the Canadian U-Sports organization and not the NCAA.
Kollman played in 36 games for the Colonials in each of the last two seasons, and set career highs in 2019-20 with five goals, six assists and 11 total points.
In addition to Kollman, Robert Morris head coach Paul Colontino will have to replace forwards Jaycee Gebhard and Natalie Marcuzzi and defender Sarah Lecavalier, who completed their NCAA eligibility at the end of the 2019-20 season. Gebhard and Marcuzzi will play professionally.
RMU is expected to add defender Chace Sperling, forward Annika LaGue and forward Ellie Marcovsky to its team this fall.
The Colonials finished the 2019-20 season with a 20-12-4 record, with their season ending with a loss to Mercyhurst on March 7 in the College Hockey America Tournament championship game.