Three NEHC Players Earn All-American Honors
photo

ADRIAN, Mich. The 2017 CCM Division III Women's Hockey All-Americans were announced with three New England Hockey Conference (NEHC) players earning the honor.

Norwich University's Kim Tiberi (Raleigh, N.C.) and Sarah Schwenzfeier (Hingham, Mass.) were named to the First Team while Saint Anselm College's Alison Butler (Danvers, Mass.) earned Second Team honors. All three players were NEHC First Team All-Conference selections.

Butler, Schwenzfeier and Tiberi were all tied atop the NEHC, scoring 39 points each over the course of the season. Schwenzfeier led the group with 19 goals while Butler ranked first in assists with 28.

The trio also sat atop the league ranks in power play points with Butler and Tiberi each recording 17 points and Schwenzfeier notching 16.

In addition to the above, Norwich sophomore defenseman Carly Menges (Novelty, Ohio) was awarded the NCAA's Elite 90 Award. The Elite 90 award is presented to the student-athlete with the highest cumulative grade point average at the final championship site at each of the NCAA's 90 championships.

The CCM Hockey All-American teams are sponsored by CCM Hockey and chosen by members of the American Hockey Coaches Association.