It's for our first look at some of the top single-game performances of the week in NCAA Women's Hockey – the nominees for HERO of the Week!
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Penn State: The Nittany Lions split their series against Union with a win apiece thanks in large part to Petersen’s impressive performance in the first game. She notched the fourth hat trick in program history in the series opener, adding two assists to finish the series with five points. This is the second Player of the Week honor the senior has received in her collegiate career.
Northeastern: After notching two goals and an assist in back-to-back wins against Lindenwood, Krizova became just the 25th player in Huskies history to reach the 100-point scoring milestone.
Vermont: Making her college hockey debut, Picard netted three goals and an assist over the course of the weekend, including two lamplighters in the Catamounts’ win over Union, and then a goal and an assist to help lead the team in an upset over Boston University.
Minnesota-Duluth: With six points on the weekend, including a hat trick, Stalder became the 20th player in Bulldogs’ history to reach the 100-point marker. The senior forward led her team in a sweep over Minnesota State University, and currently ranks first on her team in scoring with nine points.
Colgate: Quirion, a senior defenseman, led all ECAC players in scoring over the weekend with five points, including a three point outing against Merrimack. She notched a goal and four assists to help lead her team to consecutive victories against the Warriors.
Robert Morris: Dodds made 26 saves and allowed a single goal to help lead the Colonials to a tie against RPI, staying undefeated to start the season. The senior has a save percentage of .949 this year, which is second among conference netminders. This is her tenth appearance as the CHA Goaltender of the Week.
Providence: Meyers made 57 saves over the weekend to post consecutive shutouts against RIT in a clean series sweep. The Friars start the season 2-3-0 with their first wins coming against the Tigers.
Bemidji State: After posting 57 saves in Bemidji’s series against second-ranked Minnesota, Mowat helped her team split their conference opener. She also recorded her 16th career shutout against the high-powered offense, tallying a .950 save percentage and bringing her record to 2-1-0 to start the season.
Quinnipiac: With three shutouts already on the season, Rossman is in a league of her own so far. The senior recorded 35 saves over two games, posting a .944 save percentage so far this season. With 21 shutouts over the course of her career, Rossman needs just five more to break the program's all-time record of 25.