WCHA women’s conference announces ’18-19 individual award winners

Jincy Dunne of Ohio State (Brad Rempel)
Ohio State’s Jincy Dunne has recorded four goals and 27 points over 32 games this season for the Buckeyes (photo: Brad Rempel).

The WCHA women’s conference announced Monday its 2018-19 individual award winners.

WCHA Offensive Player of the Year
Annie Pankowski, Sr., F, Wisconsin

WCHA Defensive Player of the Year
Jincy Dunne, Jr., D, Ohio State

WCHA Goaltender of the Year
Kristen Campbell, Jr., G, Wisconsin

WCHA Rookie of the Year
Sophie Shirley, Fr., F, Wisconsin

WCHA Outstanding Student-Athlete of the Year
Corbin Boyd, Sr., F, Minnesota State

WCHA Coach of the Year
Mark Johnson, Wisconsin

WCHA Scoring Co-Champions
Nicole Schammel, Sr., F, Minnesota
Emma Maltais, So., F, Ohio State

WCHA Goaltending Champion
Kristen Campbell, Jr., G, Wisconsin

The 2018-19 WCHA Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year were chosen from the All-WCHA First Team forwards and blueliners, respectively.

The Goaltender of the Year is the first-team All-WCHA netminder, while the Rookie of the Year was selected from the All-WCHA Rookie Team.

WCHA head coaches and assistant coaches vote for the All-WCHA Teams, and then again for these awards. Member institution faculty athletic representatives nominate and vote for the WCHA Outstanding Student-Athlete of the Year.


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