For Adam Gaudette, the 2017-18 season will always be one to remember (photo: Melissa Wade).
After taking Bulldogs to national title, Minnesota Duluth’s Sandelin selected USCHO coach of the year
At the midway point of the 2017-18 NCAA season, there was some question as to whether Minnesota Duluth was even going to live up to the lowered expectations the Bulldogs had at the start of the season (photo: Tim Brule).
Perunovich led Minnesota Duluth in scoring with 36 points, quarterbacked the power play and scored 11 goals, with two being game winners (photo: Jim Rosvold).
Players of the year from four Division I men's conferences were named first-team All-USCHO selections for the 2017-18 season (photo: Bradley K. Olson).
A total of 11 schools were represented on women's D-III All-USCHO teams that were announced today, with national champion Norwich and NCHA champion Adrian each placing four players on the teams.
She engineered an incredible turnaround, taking a Hamline program that a sub-.500 record last year all the way to the Frozen Four and a victory in the third-place game against perennial power Plattsburgh. Natalie Darwitz is the USCHO women's D-III coach of the year.
She led the country in rookie scoring in goals and points overall, and was 15 points clear of the next freshman in scoring. Callie Hoff of Wisconsin-River Falls is USCHO's D-III women's rookie of the year.
National champion St. Norbert led the way on the All-USCHO D-III teams, which had players from 15 schools represented.
Amanda Conway, who was prolific in the postseason and helped lead Norwich to the national championship, is USCHO's D-III women's player of the year.
After an exceptional season that saw him garner second team All-American, Nick Albano of Massachusetts-Boston has been named USCHO's rookie of the year.
Salve Regina had never played in the NCAA tournament, but this year, coach Zech Klann led the team to the championship game, where they ultimately fell in double overtime to St. Norbert. For this success, Klann has been named USCHO's coach of the year for men's D-III.
After an exceptional year that saw him garner multiple awards and ended with him signing a contract with the NHL's Edmonton Oilers, Colin Larkin of Massachusetts-Boston has been named USCHO's player of the year.
There are 10 teams represented on our All-USCHO Women's D-I Teams. National champion Clarkson leads the way with four skaters, including three on the first team.
He brought his team from outside the rankings to within an overtime goal of the NCAA championship. For all his accomplishments in building Colgate into a championship team, Greg Fargo is USCHO's coach of the year.