MARSHFIELD, Mass. – The 2016 CCM Division III Women's Hockey All-Americans were announced Thursday evening with three New England Hockey Conference (NEHC) players earning the honor.
Castleton University's Jess Cameron (Mt. Mellick, P.E.I.) and Saint Anselm College's Alex Starzyk (Enfield, Conn.) and Martha Findley (Duxbury, Mass.) earned second-team recognition for their play this season.
Cameron was named the NEHC Goaltender of the Year and posted a .947 save percentage to rank fifth in all of Division III. She finishes her career at Castleton as one of the most decorated goaltenders in program history, the all-time leader in career save percentage (.936) and winning percentage (.544), while setting single-season records in save percentage, wins, and winning percentage.
After leading the year in point scoring (27) and goal scoring (16) Starzyk took home NEHC Player of the Year honors after an impressive junior campaign. Her 13 power play points (5 goals, 8 assists) were also a league high. Starzyk finished the season with a league-high 34 points (19 goals, 15 assists).
Findley joins her Hawks' teammate on the second-team as a defender after finishing the season with a league-high 24 assists on the season. Her 26 overall points ranked her second in the NEHC in defenseman scoring.
The CCM Hockey All-American teams are sponsored by CCM Hockey and chosen by members of the American Hockey Coaches Association.