The All-USCHO women’s D-III teams

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As little as five years ago, filling the rosters of four postseason teams bordered on the difficult, the exercise made so by obvious gaps in talent between the particulars. In 2013-14, such was not the case. With faster, stronger, and increasingly adroit players throughout the nation, the overall state of the game was at its pinnacle.

Elmira leads with four skaters, while Plattsburgh, Adrian and St. Scholastica each placed three skaters on the teams. Overall, 13 teams are represented.

Here are the best of the best.

First Team
F: Tori Charron, Norwich, Sr.
F: Kelsey Kusch, Adrian, Jr.
F: Michelle Greeneway, Lake Forest, So.
D: Allison Era, Plattsburgh, Sr.
D: Alix Vallee, Adrian, Sr.
G: Sydney Aveson, Plattsburgh, Sr.

Second Team
F: Ashley Ryan, Elmira, Jr.
F: Tanis Lamoureux, Elmira, Sr.
F: Cristina Masten, Bethel, Sr.
D: Brooke Wilgosh, Elmira, Jr.
D: Brittany Lucky, Potsdam, Sr.
G: Ashley Kuechle, Wisconsin-River Falls, Sr.

Third Team
F: Cristina Bravi, Williams, Sr.
F: Megan Myers, Utica, Sr.
F: Nina Waidacher, St. Scholastica, Jr.
D: Alyssa Parke, Plattsburgh, Jr.
G: Alise Riedel, St. Thomas, Sr.
G: Lisa Marshall, Elmira, Sr.

All-Rookie Team
F: Isabel Waidacher, St. Scholastica
F: Jordan Ott, Potsdam
F: Kristin Lewicki, Adrian
D: Hanna Beattie, Williams
D: Jane Pagano, Connecticut College
G: Lindsey Hartfiel, St. Scholastica