NEHC STUDENT-ATHLETES RECOGNIZED BY NEW ENGLAND HOCKEY WRITERS ASSOCIATION
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MARSHFIELD, Mass. Six New England Hockey Conference (NEHC) student-athletes were recognized as All-New England Women's Hockey honorees as announced by the New England Hockey Writers Association on Friday.

NEHC Player of the Year, Alex Starzyk (Enfield, Conn.), of Saint Anselm was recognized as an All-New England forward after leading the NEHC in point scoring (27) and goal scoring (16). Her 13 power play points (5 goals, 8 assists) were also a league high. Teammate Martha Findley (Duxbury, Mass.) joined Starzyk as a defender on the All-New England team after finishing second in the conference in defenseman scoring.

Castleton University also had two representatives on the All-New England team in goaltender Jess Cameron (Mt. Mellick, P.E.I) and forward Taylor Steadman (Hartford, Vt.). Cameron, the NEHC Goaltender of the Year, posted a .945 save percentage in 23 overall games played which ranked tenth in all of Division III. She surrendered 28 goals in league play, posting 1.96 goals against average. Steadman will add All-New England honors to her list of accolades after being named to the NEHC First Team and leading the Spartans with 19 points in her senior campaign.

Isabela Bagi (Branford, Conn.) of College of the Holy Cross was selected as an All-New England defender after leading the NEHC in defenseman scoring with 24 points. Her 31 points overall rank her second amongst the NEHC in overall statistics.

Salve Regina University's Danielle Phalon (Stoneham, Mass.) earned All-New England recognition as a forward after leading the Seahawks with 25 points on 17 goals and eight assists.