Women’s Hockey Alumni Earn Conference Honors

Recently, several Northwood girls’ hockey alumni earned awards from their teams’ athletic conferences. The honorees included Hanna Rose ‘18 (Plattsburgh), Sierra Benjamin ‘18 (Plattsburgh), Keeley Rose ‘18 (Nazareth), Lauren Klein ‘17 (Colby), Nicole Mensi ‘15 (Manhattanville) and Katelinn Cummings ‘17 (Cortland).

SUNY Plattsburgh first-year student Hanna Rose recently was awarded Rookie of the Year and landed on the NEWHL all-rookie team. Rose recorded fifteen points on seven goals and eight assists. She is tied for 14th in the league for scoring, and 15th for total points in the NEWHL.

Rose’s former Northwood defensive-partner and current teammate Sierra Benjamin was also named to the all-rookie team and was one of the leaders in the NEWHL with eighteen points on sixteen assists and two goals, making her tied for fifth in assists and 11th in scoring.

First-year Nazareth College defender Keeley Rose made the UCHC all-rookie team and second team all UCHC. She ended the season with 28 points, with 12 goals and 16 assists.

Sophomore forward Lauren Klein of Colby College earned All-NESCAC honor. Klein finished the season with seven goals and six assists for thirteen points. She helped lead Colby to a 12-10-3 overall. In NESCAC play, her faceoffs played a key role in Mule success and she had ten points, on six assists and four goals.

Senior forward Nicole Mensi of Manhattanville College was named to the first team UCHC all-conference. The captain led the team in points this season ending with 31 on 17 goals and 14 assists. She also led the team with five game-winning goals.

Finally, at the NEWHL league championship game between SUNY Cortland and SUNY Plattsburgh, Katelinn Cummings a sophomore defender at SUNY Cortland, received the NEWHL Elite Academic Award for having the highest GPA (currently a 4.03) of all players in the championship game.

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