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Charlie Rauch '24 Becomes All-Time Leading Scorer in Girls' Ice Hockey Program

Charlie Rauch '24 has made a name for herself in Hill School girls’ hockey history. On Wednesday, January 31, 2024, she became the all-time leading scorer with 109 points during the girls’ varsity hockey game vs. The Lawrenceville School. She passed Jessica Ciarrocchi ’20 (108 points) after capturing two assists in the 2-0 victory.

Charlie’s talent and contributions to Hill extend way beyond the ice as noted by Head Girl’s Varsity Hockey Coach Ari Baum. “Charlie is an avid supporter of all Hill teams and fellow student-athletes; she genuinely embraces our School’s culture and tradition.”

“The totality of Charlie’s engagement has certainly translated on the ice with incredible personal accomplishments – scoring a ‘Michigan’ goal as a fourth form student that became a social media sensation and setting single season goals and points records as a fifth form student while leading all New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) in scoring,” Coach Baum continues.

He notes that her most special accomplishment happened on December 17, 2023, when Charlie scored her 100th and 101st career points against Thayer Academy in the Dexter Southfield Championship game, establishing her as a member of the 100 points club.

“Charlie is a special athlete, and a really special person,” Coach Baum states. “She is the consummate Hill student. She didn’t come here only to play hockey and has really epitomized what it is to be a member of this community.”

She ends her Hill career with an incredible 76 goals and 49 assists, totaling her to 125 career points.

Rauch will attend the University of New Hampshire to play Division II ice hockey this coming fall. She will no doubt contribute greatly to the Wildcat community just as she has at Hill.