Time for another look at some of the best single-game performances in D3 Women’s Ice Hockey — the nominees for HERO of the Week!
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Last week, Salem State’s Kylie Currier earned your vote after lighting the lamp twice in a 3-2 win over Plymouth State.
The University of New England’s Caty Flagg picked up top HERO honors after backstopping her team to a 1-0-1 week with 65 stops totaled, including a 44-save performance in a 4-1 victory over Plymouth State.
Who will you choose this week? Check out the nominees below.
Jade Meier, Endicott
The sophomore forward scored four points in two games to lead her team to a pair of wins over the weekend. In Friday’s 2-1 victory over SUNY Canton, Meier registered a helper, and then netted a hat trick in Saturday’s 6-2 triumph.
Sarah Bobrowski, Hamline
With nine points in a single game, Bobrowski set an NCAA Division 3 record and helped lead her team to a 13-5 victory over Concordia. The senior forward lit the lamp six times and earned three assists. She also had a goal and an assist in Friday’s contest, which the Pipers won 4-3.
Jacqueline White, Adrian
White netted two game-winning goals in her team’s series against Concordia. The sophomore forward had a goal and an assist in Friday’s 3-0 win, and then added another goal and a helper in Saturday’s 5-1 victory.
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Jane Morrisette, Massachusetts Boston
The Beacons skated to a pair of wins over the weekend, led by Morrisette, who netted both the game-tying and game-winning goals in Friday’s 4-3 victory over Southern Maine. She also found the back of the net with 20 seconds left in regulation to grab a 1-0 win against the University of New England on Saturday.
Erin Gehen, Buffalo State
The senior forward tallied a goal and a pair of assists in Friday’s 5-0 victory over Cortland, and then lit the lamp once more in Saturday’s 3-2 win.
Katie Granato, Elmira
Granato scored a goal and an assist in Saturday’s 2-2 overtime draw with William Smith, and then netted another goal in Sunday’s 2-1 victory.
Mariah Czech, Wisconsin Eau Claire
The Blugolds swept Wisconsin Stevens Point in their weekend series, thanks in large part to Czech, who netted both goals for her team in a 2-1 win on Saturday.
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Kami Weiner, Johnson and Wales
With Weiner in net, the Wildcats earned back-to-back victories over Salem State. The senior netminder had 27 stops in Friday’s 4-2 victory and then added 24 saves in Saturday’s 2-1 win.
Alexis Kalm, Castleton
Kalm posted back-to-back road shutouts over the weekend, making 19 saves in Friday’s 2-0 victory over New England College and adding 28 stops in Saturday’s 3-0 win over Plymouth State.
Sam Walther, Hamilton
In a 2-0-1 week for her team, Walther was perfect, turning aside all 66 shots she faced. The senior netminder began her week with a 14-stop 3-0 shutout of SUNY Potsdam on Tuesday. Then she posted a 25-stop performance in Friday’s 2-0 win at Bowdoin. On Saturday, she made 27 saves to backstop her team to a scoreless draw with the Polar Bears.
Justine Silva, Buffalo State
Silva makes yet another appearance on the HERO list of nominees after backstopping her team to a pair of wins over Cortland. The senior goaltender earned her 11th career shutout with 18 saves in a 5-0 win on Friday, and then added 16 stops in Saturday’s 3-2 win.
Bria Reilly, Utica
The Pioneers skated to an undefeated weekend against Manhattanville, backstopped by Reilly, who totaled 49 saves in the series. In Friday’s scoreless draw, the netminder earned her second career shutout with 21 saves. Then, in Saturday’s 3-1 victory, Reilly added 28 stops.