The New York Riveters have come to an agreement with netminder Jenny Scrivens according to the NWHL. Terms of the deal have yet to be announced. Scrivens will serve as one half of a nice one-two-three combination along with Japan's Nana Fujimoto and Shenae Lundberg out of Union College.
Scrivens previously played in net for Cornell University. She posted a .916 save percentage in her final season, though the team didn't have much success - they went 15-28-2 with her in net throughout her career, though one can hardly blame Scrivens with that save percentage. She was also forced to stop 30 or more shots in 19 of 52 games which roughly comes out to 36.5 percent - not what one would consider a light workload.
Prior to that she played for the California Selects and was in net for the team as they won the U19 AA Championship. She wound up taking home goaltender of the year honors for her performance. She also played tennis in high school.
The NWHL announced the signing with this tweet: