As a former Spartan, Ariane helped her team win the NAPHA championship three years in a row, and she captained the team during her senior year. After Stanstead, she became a Friar and attended NCAA D1 Providence College from 2017 to 2021. In her first three seasons, she played in all 37 of Friars games.
During her senior year, she was selected assistant captain. The team had great success, which led them to compete in the Hockey East Championship. Despite their defeat, they were able to secure a spot in the NCAA tournament, where they were seeded seventh. This was the second appearance for the Friars in the NCAA tournament and first since 2005. Ariane’s journey as a Friar ended on a high note, despite the loss in the first round against the Wisconsin Badgers. In May 2021, Ariane graduated from Providence College with a Bachelor of Arts. After four amazing years as a Friar, she utilized her extra year of eligibility to continue her college career, returning to Quebec to play for the Concordia Stingers, who were crowned RSEQ provincial champions as well as USPORTS national champions. The last time the Stingers won a national championship was in 1999. Ariane graduated from the John Molson School of Business with a graduate certificate in business administration. In the near future, she is looking to play hockey at a professional level.