Women's Weekly Release (Jan. 9, 2018)

Women's Weekly Release (Jan. 9, 2018)

Trine University’s Isaacson and Scarborough
Sweep NCHA Women’s Hockey Weekly Honors

Trine University freshman Eryn Isaacson (F - Fenton, Mich.) is the NCHA Women’s Offensive Player of the Week and sophomore teammate Molly Scarborough (G - Ramsey, Minn.) is the NCHA Women’s Defensive Player of the Week, the league office announced Tuesday.

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Isaacson becomes the first Trine women’s hockey student-athlete to be named NCHA Offensive Player of the Week this season (and in program history) after a clutch performance in the series against Chatham University. Isaacson recorded a team-high two points in Trine’s pair of victories, but they were key. On Friday, she recorded her first game-winning goal of the season in the 2-1 victory over the Cougars. On Saturday, she added an assist on the Thunder’s lone goal securing the team’s first tie of the season at 1-1.

Scarborough joins her teammate and earns the NCHA Defensive Player of the Week award. Scarborough received both starts this weekend for Trine in goal, becoming a crucial part of the team’s 1-0-1 record on the weekend by posting a .961 save percentage and a 0.96 goals-against average. On Friday, Scarborough finished the game with 25 saves, enough to secure the 2-1 victory over visiting Chatham University. In the second game of the weekend, she surrendered the lone Cougar goal in the first period before shutting out the oppositions over the final 60 minutes of the night to secure the Thunder’s first tie of the season at 1-1. She finished the weekend with 49 total saves.

2017-18 NCHA WEEKLY TOP PERFORMERS

Morgan Bolin, Marian
Bolin had her fourth multi-point game of the season as she scored a goal and added an assist as the Sabres fell to Hamline.

Lexi Holman, Concordia
Holman scored a goal in each game in a weekend series against Bethel. The senior is now tied for second all-time in career goals in a Falcons uniform and is just one goal of tying the all-time mark.

Lindsay Lewison, Marian
Lewison started her career in fine fashion as she recorded her a shutout in her first career start. Lewison opened the weekend in relief against Hamline where she made 21 saves with a .913 save percentage. She then got the nod for her first career start against Saint Benedict and made the most of it with a 20-save shutout. Lewison closed out the weekend with a 1.40 goals against average with a .953 save percentage to go with her 41 saves.

Greta Nundahl, St. Scholastica
Nundahl had the game-tying goal with less than three minutes remaining in regulation as the Saints tied eighth-ranked University of St. Thomas on Saturday. She also had an assist earlier in the game. Nundahl has four points in three games against the MIAC.

Breanna Thomson, Concordia
Thomson made 34 saves and posted a .944 save percentage in Saturday’s contest against Bethel. She had 13 saves in both the first and second periods of the 2-1 game.