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2018-19 USCHO awards

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Hobey Baker winner Makar chosen USCHO Player of the Year in helping UMass to national championship game

Cale Makar captured the Hobey Baker Award this season and helped UMass to the national championship game, later signing with the Colorado Avalanche before being named the USCHO Player of the Year (photo: Melissa Wade).
11 Apr 19: The University of Massachusetts Minutemen play against the Denver University Pioneer in a national semifinal of the 2019 NCAA Division I Men

After taking UMass to national championship game, Carvel named USCHO Coach of the Year

After leading Massachusetts to its greatest season in program history, Greg Carvel has been named the 2019 USCHO Coach of the Year (photo: Jim Rosvold).
Joel Farabee (BU - 28) - The visiting Providence College Friars defeated the Boston University Terriers 5-0 on Friday, October 26, 2018, at Agganis Arena in Boston, Massachusetts. - The visiting Providence College Friars defeated the Boston University Terriers 5-0 on Friday, October 26, 2018, at Agganis Arena in Boston, Massachusetts. (Melissa Wade)

Boston University’s Farabee selected USCHO Rookie of the Year after 36-point freshman season

Boston University forward Joel Farabee has been chosen as the 2019 USCHO Rookie of the Year winner (photo: Melissa Wade).
Hunter Shepard (32 - Minnesota Duluth) (2019 Omar Phillips)

Minnesota Duluth’s Shepard among four players repeating as All-USCHO selections

Members of six teams were selected for first-team All-USCHO honors (photo: Omar Phillips).

Women’s D-III: Plattsburgh dominates the All-USCHO Women’s D-III teams, while 11 other programs are represented

National champion leads the way on our All-USCHO Women's D-III teams with five players, while runner-up Hamline and Elmira each had three players on the teams. A total of 11 programs are represented.
Kevin Houle behind the bench at Plattsburgh (Plattsburgh Athletics)

Women’s D-III: Kevin Houle of Plattsburgh named USCHO Women’s D-III Coach of the Year

Plattsburgh's Kevin Houle led the Cardinals to another national championship, their fifth in the last six years. For leading the Cardinals to success, Houle is the USCHO Women's D-III Coach of the Year.
Mark Johnson was in attendance at the awards ceremonies as a member of his Badgers team, Brittany Ammerman, was presented with the Hockey Humanitarian Award. (Melissa Wade)

Women’s D-I: Wisconsin’s Mark Johnson named USCHO Coach of the Year

After leading the Wisconsin Badgers to their first national title since 2011, and setting new records in the process, Mark Johnson has been named USCHO Women's D-I Coach of the Year.
Tanner Karty of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (Kylie Bridenhagen)

Geneseo leads way on All-USCHO Men’s D-III teams, while several other programs place two players

There are 15 schools represented on the 2019 All-USCHO Men's D-III teams. Geneseo placed four players on the teams, while six schools placed two players on the teams.
Molly Garin of Hamline (Hamline Athletics)

Women’s D-III: Hamline’s Molly Garin named USCHO D-III Women’s Rookie of the Year

Hamline's Molly Garin was named USCHO D-III Women's Rookie of the Year, making it a clean sweep of the player awards for Hamline after Bre Simon was named player of the year.
Lovisa Selander (Rensselaer - 35) makes a save. (Shelley M. Szwast)

Clarkson and Wisconsin lead the way on the All-USCHO Women’s D-I team selections

A total of 14 schools were represented on the All-USCHO Women's D-I teams for 2019, with Wisconsin and Clarkson each placing three players on the teams.
Bre Simon of Hamline (Hamline Athletics)

Women’s D-III: Hamline’s Bre Simon adds another award to her name, selected USCHO D-III Player of the Year

She led the country in scoring and helped take her team to the national championship game, capping that with the Laura Hurd Award. Hamline's Bre Simon adds more recognition by being named USCHO Women's D-III Player of the Year.
Coach Tyler Krueger of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (UWSP Athletics – Kylie Bridenhagen)

Men’s D-III: Tyler Krueger of Wisconsin-Stevens Point named USCHO Coach of the Year

After guiding his team to an unbeaten season and national championship in just his second season as head coach, Tyler Krueger of Wisconsin-Stevens Point has been named the USCHO Coach of the Year for 2019.
Sarah Fillier (L) and Maggie Connors (R) of Princeton (Princeton Athletics)

Women’s D-I: Princeton’s Sarah Fillier named USCHO Rookie of the Year

She finished the country tops in points per game average, and fourth overall in scoring. After her outstanding rookie campaign, Princeton's Sarah Fillier has earned USCHO Rookie of the Year for 2019.
Geneseo goaltender Devin McDonald (Geneseo Athletics)

Men’s D-III: Devin McDonald earns USCHO Player of the Year

With the best goals-against numbers in the nation and having set a single-season shutout record for NCAA competition, Geneseo goaltender Devin McDonals is the USCHO Player of the Year for 2019.
Ty Barrow of Wilkes (Wilkes Athletics)

Men’s D-III: Wilkes’ Barrow named USCHO Rookie of the Year

After finishing with 36 points and helping first-year program Wilkes finish with a three seed in the UCHC, Tyler Barrow has been named the USCHO Men's D-III Rookie of the Year.
Elizabeth Giguère of Clarkson (Jim Meagher/Clarkson Athletics)

2019 USCHO D-I Women’s Player of the Year: Elizabeth Giguère

Rarely does USCHO pick a player who wasn't a top three finalist for the Patty Kazmiaer Award as our player of the year, but her phenomenal scoring and clutch performances have earned Elizabeth Giguère of Clarkson the USCHO nod as Women's D-I player of the year.