Women's Weekly Release



MARSHFIELD, Mass. – The New England Hockey Conference (NEHC) women's weekly awards were announced for play through Sunday, November 29. New England College's Alexis Severance (Seekonk, Mass.) was named Player of the Week. Jess Cameron (Mt. Mellick, P.E.I.) of Castleton University earned Goaltender of the Week accolades. The duo of Rose Pijaca (Worcester, Mass.) and Carly Perreault (Berlin, N.H.) of Manhattanville College and University of New England respectively were name dthe league's Co-Rookies of the Week.

Player of the Week
Alexis Severance – New England College
(Junior, Forward – Seekonk, Mass.)

player Severance had a hand in four of the Pilgrims' eight goals in Tuesday night's win over Daniel Webster. Severance finished with two goals, including a power-play score, and two assists.

Goaltender of the Week
Jess Cameron – Castleton University
(Senior, Goaltender – Mt. Mellick, P.E.I.)

player Cameron was outstanding in goal for the Spartans on the week, compiling 106 saves in two games en route to a 1-1 record. In a Tuesday loss to No. 1 Plattsburgh St., Cameron recorded a career-high 60 saves. On Sunday, the senior netminder followed that up with a 46-save shutout against Williams, her second shutout of the season. Cameron is currently one of just two goaltenders in the nation to hold a save percentage over .950 while averaging more than 30 saves per game.

Co-Rookies of the Week
Rose Pijaca – Manhattanville College
(Freshman, Goaltender – Worcester, Mass.)

player Pijaca made 20 saves in a shutout victory against Neumann University on Tuesday. The freshman netminder was especially impressive in the first period as she turned aside all 13 shots that came her way.

Carly Perreault – University of New England
(Freshman, Defense– Berlin, N.H.)

player Perreault recorded 2 goals and 2 assists in the Nor'easters' Sunday victory over Salem State University. With the victory UNE improves to 3-4-1 on the season.



Honor Roll

Tessie Salatas – College of the Holy Cross
(Sophomore, Goaltender – Laval Quι.)

In her collegiate debut for the Crusaders Salatas stopped 34 of the 35 shots she faced to guide her team to a 4-1 win over Bowdoin. Her biggest challenge came in the third period where Bowdoin peppered the net with 21 shots and Salatas turned aside all but one to secure the win.

Kara Donati – Nichols College
(Junior, Forward – Saugus, Mass.)

Junior Kara Donati recorded her first two career points (1 goal, 1 assist) to help lead the Bison to their first win of the 2015-16 season, a 5-2 win over Johnson & Wales (RI). Donati opened the scoring in the second period to put the Bison on top 1-0. She followed that by assisting on the game-winning goal in the third period.

Kyra Herbert – Manhattanville College
(Senior, Forward – Plainfield, N.H.)

Herbert scored two goals in a 5-0 victory over Neumann on Tuesday. The senior forward got the scoring going early, notching the game's opening goal just two minutes into the contest. She added her second goal, and fourth of the season, in the second period.

Izzy Bagi – College of the Holy Cross
(Junior, Defense – Branford, Conn.)

Baggi posted one assist in a 4-1 win over Bowdoin and three points (2 goals, 1 assist), including the game-winning goal, in a 7-4 win over Wesleyan. The junior defender leads team in scoring with 12 points in 10 games and is tied for lead in points scored among NEHC defenders.


RECENT RESULTS
Day Date Visiting Team   Home Team   Box Score
Tue
11/24/15
Neumann
0
at Manhattanville
5 Box
Tue
11/24/15
Southern Maine
1
at Colby
2 Box
Tue
11/24/15
Castleton
0
at Plattsburgh
4 Box
Tue
11/24/15
University of New England
3
at Salem State
0 Box
Tue
11/24/15
New England College
8
at Daniel Webster
1 Box
Sat
11/28/15
Bowdoin
1
at Holy Cross
4 Box
Sat
11/28/15
Johnson & Wales
2
at Nichols
5 Box
Sun
11/29/15
UMass Boston
4
at Colby
2 Box
Sun
11/29/15
Salem State
0
at University of New England
8 Box
Sun
11/29/15
Holy Cross
7
at Wesleyan
4 Box
Sun
11/29/15
Williams
0
at Castleton
2 Box