Wisconsin Leads AHCA Women’s All-Americans

Six players competing for an NCAA Division I Women’s Ice Hockey Championship in Lake Placid, NY, this weekend – including four from the #1 seeded University of Wisconsin – have been honored as RBK Hockey All-Americans for 2006-07. In addition to the Badgers, NCAA semifinalist St. Lawrence had a pair of honorees. It is an experienced squad with seven seniors among the 12 honorees.

Noteworthy among the selections:

• Only two players come from the United States. Ten come from Canada.

• Five players had been recognized before.

• There were seven seniors chosen, three juniors, one sophomore, and one freshman.

• Five selections came from both the WCHA and the ECACHL. The CHA had the remaining two.

RBK All-American First Team

G Jessie Vetter, JR, Wisconsin (Cottage Grove, WI)
D Annie Guay, JR, St. Lawrence (Rouyn-Noranda, PQ)
D Meaghan Mikkelson, SR, Wisconsin (St. Albert, AB)
F Meghan Agosta, FR, Mercyhurst (Ruthven, ON)
F Sara Bauer, SR, Wisconsin (St. Catherines, ON)
F Julie Chu, SR, Harvard (Fairfield, CT)

RBK All-American Second Team

G Allison Rutledge, SR, Niagara (London, ON)
D Tessa Bonhomme, SR, Ohio State (Sudbury, ON)
D Bobbi-Jo Slusar, SR, Wisconsin (Swift Current, SK)
F Gillian Apps, SR, Dartmouth (Unionville, ON)
F Sabrina Harbec, JR, St. Lawrence (St. Hubert, PQ)
F Sarah Vaillancourt. SO, Harvard (Sherbrooke, PQ)