Time for another look at some of the best single-game performances in NC Women’s Ice Hockey — the nominees for HERO of the Week!
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Last week, Tatum Skaggs earned the honor after leading Ohio State to back-to-back wins over RPI. The freshman netted two goals in Friday's 4-1 victory, and then finished her weekend off with another goal and an assist in her team's 4-0 shutout victory.
In goal, Clarkson's Shea Tiley picked up HERO honors after posting a .965 save percentage and 0.96 goals-against average against Northeastern. In a 1-1 tie, Tiley recorded 31 saves before making 24 saves in a 5-1 victory.
Who will you choose this week? Check out the nominees below.
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Robert Morris: On the road against Minnesota State, Howard notched the game-winning goal in overtime to lift her team to a 2-1 win. Then, in Sunday’s 6-2 win, the senior tallied a natural hat trick plus a pair of assists. With 138 points in 109 games played, Howard is now the all-time leading scorer in Colonials history.
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Boston College: In a sweep of fourth-ranked Minnesota Duluth, Watts notched five points in two games, including a hat trick in Friday’s 4-1 victory. She also earned a pair of assists in a 4-3 win over the Bulldogs.
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Ohio State: Maltais earned an assist on the game-winning mark to lift her team to a 3-2 win over Minnesota. The win was the Buckeyes' first over the Golden Gophers since 2007. The freshman also tallied a goal and two helpers in her team's 5-5 tie against the Gophers.
Penn State: Appearing in both games against Union, Paniccia made four saves to close out a 3-1 victory over the Dutchwomen before making 20 stops in a 1-1 tie in the series finale. Her one goal allowed gave her a 0.71 goals-against average as well as a .960 save percentage for the weekend.
New Hampshire: Boutilier made 55 stops in her first two games to lead the Wildcats to a 1-0-1 weekend. On Friday, the freshman made 24 saves to lead her team to a 1-1 tie against Merrimack, before posting 31 saves in a 3-1 victory the next night.
Wisconsin: Against Syracuse, Campbell earned her third shutout of the year, tallying 20 saves against the Orange to backstop her team to a 1-0 blanking. The next night, the sophomore made 16 stops in a 5-2 victory.