Kassidy Sauve, the starting goaltender for the Ohio State women’s hockey team that went to the Frozen Four this past season, is transferring to two-time defending NCAA champion Clarkson.

The Golden Knights announced the transfer in a tweet on Thursday.

Suave had a .938 save percentage in 32 games last year as a redshirt junior with a record of 19-9-4.

The Buckeyes lost to Clarkson in the NCAA semifinals 1-0 in overtime in Minnesota in Ohio State’s first Frozen Four appearance. Sauve played superbly in that game after missing the previous three with a knee injury.

“Kassidy graduated a Buckeye,” OSU coach Nadine Muzerall said via a program spokesman. “The Scarlet and Gray are appreciative of her individual successes at The Ohio State University. Once a Buckeye, always a Buckeye."

The Buckeyes have two goalies listed on their 2018-19 roster — sophomores Amanda Zeglen and Lynsey Wallace. Zeglen had a 5-2 record and .912 save percentage in seven games last year.