Big wins over ranked teams by Gustavus and Amherst are among the headliners this week, and the two stars of those wins are among our six nominees in the final 2017 edition of Team of the Week for the award week running from Monday, December 4th to Sunday, December 10th. We'll be back with more in January! Photo: Steve Frommell, D3photography.com
Along with the individual awards, The AHCA also announced this year's All-American teams. Plattsburgh and Lake Forest landed at the head of the class, and less than a quarter of the honorees were seniors. Photo: Jeff Melnik, D3photography
Just three games remain before a national champion will be crowned. While the anticipation builds, sit back and get caught up on all NCAA tournament-related goings on right here, all in one central place. Photo: Jeff Melnik for d3photography.com
PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. -- A three goal flurry in the second period broke the game open and helped propel the Cardinals to their eighth Frozen Four where they will seek their third straight title. Photo: Plattsburgh State Athletics
The left half of the bracket features a pair of East Region quarterfinals as top-ranked Plattsburgh State hosts No. 5 Amherst, while UMass Boston travels take on No. 3 Middlebury. Photo: Jeff Melnick for d3photography.com
Amherst opened the scoring in the second period with a brace of goals before adding an empty netter late in the third period. The win puts Amherst back in the NESCAC title game where they will face Middlebury with an NCAA tournament berth on the line.
ADRIAN, Mich. (csssaints.com) -- The St. Scholastica women's hockey team was beat out 4-1 Saturday night after No. 2 Adrian College (Mich.) scored two late goals in the third period to take game one of the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association (NCHA) Slaats Cup semifinals.
AMHERST, Mass. - Senior assistant captain Tori Salmon scored the game-winner 10:33 into overtime to break a 1-1 deadlock as the second-seeded Amherst women's hockey team advanced past No. 7 Colby, 2-1 in Saturday evening's NESCAC Quarterfinal contest at Orr Rink.
AMHERST, Mass. –- In one of the wildest days in NESCAC women's playoff history, the seventh-seeded Colby College women's hockey team received 43 saves from goalie Brianne Wheeler to post a 3-2 win over second-seeded Amherst College at Orr Rink.
Norwich's Julie Fortier was awarded the Laura Hurd award given to the nation's best women's DIII player. 24 players were named to the AHCA West and East All Americans, twelve of whom are playing in the Frozen Four