An elite goal scorer, Victoria Bach enters the 2018 CWHL Draft as a true offensive difference-maker.
Scoring her 184th point as a Boston University Terrier this past January, Bach set a new mark as the programs all-time points leader and all-time goals leader. The Milton, Ontario native finished her four-year collegiate career with 198 total points (104 G, 94 A), while also becoming the first Terrier in program history to reach the 100 career goals mark.
Her historic senior year was capped off with both Hockey East 1st Team All-Star honours and selection as a Top-3 finalist for the prestigious Patty Kazmaier Award, recognizing the NCAA’s best female hockey player that year. Bach also earned Hockey East 2nd Team All-Star honours in her junior year, winning the scoring title that season, and was named Hockey East Rookie of the Year in 2014-15.
Internationally, Bach has competed as a member of Team Canada at the Nations Cup and U18 IIHF World Championship. She won gold at the latter in 2014 alongside fellow 2018 CWHL Draft registrant Hannah Miller. Bach tied for third in tournament scoring at the U18 event, tallying seven points (4 G, 3 A) in five games played.