WCHA Women’s Awards

For pretty much all of their careers, WCHA coaches have seemingly enjoyed root canals more than voting for the Lamoureux twins on all-conference teams. So, maybe Thursday’s vote announcements shouldn’t surprise anyone. Even so, I’m having trouble wrapping my head around the fact that the coaches voted Jocelyne Lamoureux, the all-time leading scorer in the…
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The Coach Of The Year Vote

Did you know: Zero of the last nine WCHA coach of the year winners have won a game in the NCAA tournament (including co-winners). The last time a coach won the award, then went on to win an NCAA tournament game, it was George Gwozdecky and Denver in 2005. Did you know: Troy Jutting +…
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WCHA Announces Men’s Awards

The WCHA has released its awards. Brad Eidsness is the only major award winner as he was named the league’s student-athlete of the year. Brock Nelson and Ben Blood made the all-WCHA third team. Full awards are below: WCHA player of the year: Jack Connolly, Duluth WCHA rookie of the year: Joey LaLeggia, Denver WCHA…
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The All-WCHA Ballot

It was another very difficult year of voting, especially for all-conference forwards. I switched guys around on the first, second and third teams so often while trying to compile my final list that if you asked me to do it again tomorrow, it might not end up exactly like this. Alas, my ballot is below.…
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Frattin Is WCHA Player Of The Year

Matt Frattin is the WCHA player of the year, Chay Genoway is the student-athlete of the year and UND has three first-team all-league players for the first time since 2000-01. Genoway is only the fifth player in WCHA history to be a four-time all-conference selection. Frattin is UND’s eighth player of the year. Player of…
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