Women's Weekly Release



MARSHFIELD, Mass. – The New England Hockey Conference (NEHC) women's weekly awards were announced for play through Sunday, January 13. Norwich University's Kelley Madden (Novelty, Ohio) was recognized as Player of the Week. Kristen Caporusso (Stouffville, Ont.) of Suffolk University and Bridget Fagan (Southworld, Ont.) of University of Southern Maine earned Goaltender and Rookie of the Week distinctions respectively.

Player of the Week
Kelley Madden - Norwich University
(Junior, Forward – Novelty, Ohio)

player Madden scored three goals and had an assist for four points in a 2-0 week for the Cadets. The junior forward netted two goals, including scoring the game-winning goal with 54 seconds left in overtime to lift Norwich to a 5-4 upset win over No. 1 ranked Adrian on Monday. She was subsequently named to the East/West All-Tournament Team. Madden continued her hot streak on Saturday, tallying a goal and an assist in an NEHC win over Plymouth State.

Goaltender of the Week
Kristen Caporusso – Suffolk University
(Sophomore, Goaltender – Stouffville, Ont.)

player Caporusso backstopped Suffolk to a 2-1 week, notching 92 saves on a .969 save percentage. On Tuesday she recorded 29 saves in a 2-0 loss to Division II opponent Franklin Pierce University. She followed that with back-to-back 32 save performances in a weekend sweep against University of New England, including a shutout performance on Friday.

Rookie of the Week
Bridget Fagan – University of Southern Maine
(Freshman, Forward – Southworld, Ont.)

player Fagan had two goals and one assist during Southern Maine's weekend sweep of Becker. She had an assist in Friday's 3-1 win at Becker, then had her first multiple-goal performance, scoring twice in a 4-0 win against the Hawks on Saturday.



Honor Roll

Rylie Binette – University of Southern Maine
(Sophomore, Forward – Milan, N.H.)

Binette notched five points in a 2-1 week for the Huskies. Binette had a hand in all three USM goals in Friday's 3-1 win at Becker. She assisted on the first goal, then scored the final two as USM overcame a 1-0 deficit. In USM's 4-0 win at home on Saturday, Binette recorded a goal and an assist.

Kylie Currier – Salem State University
(Junior, Forward – Middleton, Mass.)

Currier scored three goals for Salem State in a 1-1-1 week for the Vikings. She notched the game-winning goal in a 2-1 victory over Salve Regina on Friday and added two more scores in a 3-3 tie with the Seahawks on Saturday.


RECENT RESULTS
Day Date Visiting Team   Home Team   Box Score
Mon
01/07/19
Adrian
4
at Norwich
5 OT Box
Tue
01/08/19
Colby
5
at Southern Maine
0 Box
Tue
01/08/19
Trinity
4
at Plymouth State
2 Box
Tue
01/08/19
Connecticut College
2
at Salem State
1 Box
Tue
01/08/19
Franklin Pierce
2
at Suffolk
0 Box
Wed
01/09/19
Castleton
1
at Bowdoin
5 Box
Fri
01/11/19
UMass Boston
1
at Saint Anselm
2 Box
Fri
01/11/19
New England College
1
at Canton
2 Box
Fri
01/11/19
Southern Maine
3
at Becker
1 Box
Fri
01/11/19
Salve Regina
1
at Salem State
2 Box
Fri
01/11/19
Suffolk
2
at University of New England
0 Box
Sat
01/12/19
Plymouth State
2
at Norwich
10 Box
Sat
01/12/19
Becker
0
at Southern Maine
4 Box
Sat
01/12/19
New England College
0
at Canton
1 Box
Sat
01/12/19
UMass Boston
0
at Middlebury
4 Box
Sat
01/12/19
Suffolk
2
at University of New England
1 Box
Sat
01/12/19
Franklin Pierce
4
at Johnson & Wales
2 Box
Sat
01/12/19
Salem State
3
at Salve Regina
3 OT Box