Time for another look at some of the best single-game performances in D1 Women’s Ice Hockey — the nominees for HERO of the Week!
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Last week, Mercyhurst's Taylor Accursi earned HERO honors after a goal and a pair of assists in her team's 7-1 win over Rensselaer.
In net, Lindenwood's Jolene deBruyn (who is featured once again as a nominee this week) won your vote for her 21-save performance to beat RIT, 2-0. It was the first shutout of the sophomore's collegiate career.
Who will you choose this week? Take a look at the nominees.
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Robert Morris: Howard matched a career high for points in a game with three after she tallied a trio of assists in her team’s 5-3 win over St. Cloud. This is Howard's sixth straight game with a point scored, and she currently leads her team with 25 points in 16 games.
Boston University: The Terriers coasted to a 4-1 win over the Princeton Tigers as Rodgers picked up a goal and a pair of assists to help lead her team to the victory. Rodgers, who has tallied 14 points in 16 games, led the league in scoring over the weekend with five points.
Lindenwood: For the second consecutive week, Lindenwood’s sophomore goaltender is a HERO contender after she posted a 32-save performance to backstop her team to a 1-1 tie against Minnesota State.
Merrimack: To backstop her team to a 1-1 tie against eighth-ranked Quinnipiac, Ridgewell put up a season-high 43-save effort. In the shootout, Ridgewell stopped both attempts she faced to help her team advance to the Nutmeg Classic final, which they won over Yale.
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