Winning percentage,RPI, Head-to-head, and Common opponents. If two teams split those comparisons, the one with the higher RPI wins. In this scenario, Elmira DOES win the direct comparison with River Falls.
There is likely somebody that River Falls beats that Elmira loses to, resulting in them tying on the total number of comparisons won, even though Elmira wins the comparison between the two.
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Is there some examples of common opponents. Seems like you could have 2 pairwise polls, East and West and alternate the finals between the 2. Or are there not enough teams in the West?
This is the result of two games: Elmira's December loss to Williams, and Elmira's November tie with Middlebury, which is the only Common Opponents blemish for either team (other common opponents are Amherst and Manhattanville, whom the two teams play next in their respective conference tournaments, so a loss for either team throws this out of whack).
Williams wins the comparison with Elmira, but loses to UWRF. This creates both the tie for 3rd AND the tie for 6th.
Am I the only one here that gets sick of only hearing about Platt, Adrian, St Thomas, Hameline, Elmira, Midd & Norwich?
Does anyone else have something to say about another team? How about this... Wilkes Goalie... 1st Team?
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What first team should she be on?
Plattsburgh lands 5 First Team members on All-NEWHL squad
St. Scholastica SO F Rachel Anderson wins NCHA POY. CSS head coach Jackie MacMillan is the NCHA Coach of the Year.
Full NCHA Women's Hockey awards for 18-19:
POY: Rachel Anderson - F - SO - CSS
COY: Jackie MacMillan - CSS
ROY: Theresa DiMaggio - F - FR - Trine
18-19 Womenís NCHA All-Conference Team
Forward: Rachel Anderson, College of St. Scholastica (So./Shoreview, Minn.)
Forward: Amy Budde, Lake Forest College (Sr./Lindstrom, Minn.) 2018 All-NCHA | 2017 All-NCHA | 2016 All-Freshman
Forward: Tory Harshman, Adrian College (Sr./Owen Sound, Ontario) 2018 All-NCHA
Forward: Alexia Klaas, College of St. Scholastica (Sr./Duluth, Minn.)
Forward: Taylor Thompson, College of St. Scholastica (So./Buffalo, Minn.)
Forward: Natasha Wanless, Concordia University Wisconsin (Jr./Madison, Wis.)
Defense: Shelly Czarnowczan, Adrian College (Sr./Shelby Twp., Mich.)
Defense: Emily Godwin, Concordia University Wisconsin (Jr./London, Ontario)
Defense: Greta Nundahl, College of St. Scholastica (Jr./New Brighton, Minn.)
Defense: Kelly OíSullivan, Adrian College (Jr./Inverness, Ill.) 2018 All-NCHA | 2017 All-NCHA | 2017 All-Freshman
Goalie: Denisa Jandova, Adrian College (Fr./Vejprnice, Czech Republic) 2019 All-Freshman
Goalie: Gabby Suhr, Northland College (So./Kasson, Minn.)
Goalie: Lexi Thomeczek, College of St. Scholastica (Jr./St. Louis, Mo.)
-Additional goalie due to tie in voting
2018-19 Womenís NCHA All-Freshman Team
Forward: Theresa DiMaggio, Trine University (Shelby Township, Mich.)
Forward: Maddy Millar, Concordia University Wisconsin (Anchorage, Alaska)
Forward: Amber Tilander, College of St. Scholastica (International Falls, Minn.)
Defense: Julia Barrett, Adrian College (Wixom, Mich.)
Defense: Olyvia Opsahl, Lake Forest College (Duluth, Minn.)
Goalie: Denisa Jandova, Adrian College (Vejprnice, Czech Republic)
Meghan Halloran, sophomore forward from Williams is the 2019 NESCAC POY. Her head coach Meghan Gillis is the NESCAC Coach of the Year.
Full 2018-19 NESCAC Women's Hockey awards:
POY: Meghan Halloran, Williams
ROY: Nancy Loh, Hamilton
COY: Meghan Gillis, Williams
First Team All-Conference
Meghan Halloran - F - SO - Williams
Jocelyn Hunyadi - F - SR - Amherst
Madie Leidt - F - SO - Middlebury
Jenna Marotta - D - SR - Middlebury
Brynn Puppe - D - SO - Williams
Allegra Grant - G - JR - Wesleyan
Second Team All-Conference
Lauren Klein - F - SO - Colby
Sierra Lee - F - SO - Trinity
Annie Rush - F - SR - Williams
Taegan Blackwell - D - SR - Hamilton
Miriam Eickhoff - D - SR - Amherst
Camille von Steinbergs - D - SO - Trinity
Chloe Heiting - G - FR - Williams
Kenzie Torpy, senior goaltender for St. Thomas, is the MIAC Player of the Year. Her head coach Tom Palkowski has been named Coach of the Year in the MIAC.
Full 2018-19 MIAC Women's Ice Hockey awards:
POY: Kenzie Torpy - G - SR - St. Thomas
COY: Tom Palkowski - St. Thomas
Sheila Brown Award (career award) - Megan Johnson - F - SR - Augsburg
Comment: I really wish the AHCA would adopt a national equivalent to the Sheila Brown Award and have a true POY award. Big ups to the MIAC for being so forward thinking.
All Conference Team:
Maddy Fiedler-F-So.-St. Thomas
Alyssa Wallace-F-So.-St. Thomas
Rachel Werdin-F-Jr.-St. Thomas
Tori Thompson-D-Sr.-St. Catherine
Natalie Ryan-D-Jr.-Saint Mary's
Demi Cooper-D-Sr.-St. Thomas
Heidi Hannula-D-Sr.-St. Thomas
Kenzie Torpy-G-Sr.-St. Thomas
Elmira senior forward Katie Granato is the 2019 UCHC Player of the Year. Nazareth head coach Chris Baudo wins the 2019 UCHC Coach of the Year Award in his first season as a college coach.
Full 2019 UCHC Women's Hockey Awards:
POY: Katie Granato - F - SO - Elmira College
ROY: Abbey Luth - F - SO - William Smith
GOYs: Adrianna Brehm - FR - Nazareth and Jillian Moffatt - JR - Lebanon Valley
DPOY: Meg Lahey - D - SR Elmira College
Coach of the Year: Chris Baudo - Nazareth College
All-Conference First Team
First Team All-UCHC
Forward: Katie Granato - SR - Elmira College
Forward: Maddy Jerolman - SR - Elmira College
Forward: Nicole Mensi - SR - Manhattanville
Defense: Meg Lahey - SR - Elmira College
Defense: Zoey Pellowitz - JR - Manhattanville
Goaltender: Jillian Moffatt - JR - Lebanon Valley
Goaltender: Adrianna Brehm - FR - Nazareth
UCHC All-Rookie Team
Forward: Abbey Luth, William Smith
Forward: Eliza Beaudin, Elmira
Forward: Hailey Redders, Nazareth
Defense: Keeley Rose, Nazareth
Defense: Amanda Zenstein, Elmira
Goalie: Stephanie Martin, Elmira
Goalie: Adrianna Brehm, Nazareth
I have to think Granato is the favorite for the Laura Hurd at this point. Torpy and Moriarty certainly have arguments, but I think itís Granatoís unless something unexpected happen between now an championship weekend.
The NEWHL player awards are now all out. Plattsburgh's senior captain Courtney Moriarty is the 2019 NEWHL Player of the Year. Goalie of the Year is split between Kassi Abbott of Plattsburgh and Bri Gawronski of Buffalo State.
2019 NEWHL Awards:
POY: Courtney Moriarty - F - SR - Plattsburgh
ROY: Hanna Rose - D - Plattsburgh
GOYs: Kassi Abbott - SR - Plattsburgh, Bri Gawronski - SO - Buffalo State
NEWHL First Team
Annie Katonka - F - SO - Plattsburgh
Mackenzie Millen - F - SR - Plattsburgh
Courtney Moriarty - F - SR - Plattsburgh
Hannah Kiraly - D - JR - Plattsburgh
Rylie Murray - D - SR - Potsdam
Kassi Abbott - G - Plattsburgh State
Bri Gawronski - G - SO - Buffalo State
NEWHL All-Rookie Team
Sierra Benjamin - D - Plattsburgh
Hanna Rose- D - Plattsburgh
Ellie Cleary - F - Potsdam
Sara Cruise - F - Oswego
Amanda Gaffney - F - Cortland
Grace Schnorr - F - Cortland
Taylor Whitney - F - Plattsburgh
NCHA: Rachel Anderson - F - SO - CSS
NESCAC: Meghan Halloran - F - SO - Williams
NEHC: Amanda Conway - F - JR - Norwich
CHC: Mel McAleer - F - SO - Nichols
WIAC: ??? (I'm going to guess Courtney Wittig - F - SR - UW- Eau Claire)
MIAC: Kenzie Torpy - G - SR - St. Thomas
UCHC: Katie Granato - F - SO - Elmira College
I think if they were doing this season only or a mix of career and season, Granato is the favorite. If they go solely by career, Moriarty should be favored as she has the same amount of conference championships (3 with a chance at 4 this weekend), 11 more career points, more trips to championship weekend and two NCAA championship rings to Granato's 0.
Definitely a great group of players to choose from. Whomever gets selected from the WIAC will certainly be a deserving choice as well. A name missing from the discussion is Bre Simon who is currently the overall point leader in the country, but did not not get POY from the conference. She crushes over half of the offensive field in this list. Will be interesting to see who gets the award. Whomever it is I say congrats! And to whomever does not win, I say congrats on being a finalist. You are amazing players!
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