|Calla Frank||White Bear Lake||9-11-3||2.31||.934||0||Minnesota State|
|Megan Jung||Elk River/Zimmerman||14-6-3||2.29||.921||2||UW-Eau Claire|
|Quinn Kuntz||Warroad||23-0-0||0.61||.962||13||Ohio State|
|Maddison Lehto||Roseville Area||5-14-1||2.39||.926||2|
|Mara McClain||Bloomington Jefferson||8-10-2||2.03||.930||4||Augsburg|
|Lucy Morgan||Maple Grove||15-6-1||1.41||.940||6|
|Makayla Pahl||Rochester Mayo||4-8-3||2.56||.940||2||Minnesota|
|Baleigh Shuck||Champlin Park/Coon Rapids||9-7-3||1.48||.937||6||Bethel|
|Taylor Smith||Mound Westonka||18-0-4||1.11||.955||6|
Let’s Play Hockey announced today the 10 semifinalists for the 2019 Let’s Play Hockey Senior Goalie of the Year Award, presented to the top senior girls’ high school hockey goaltender in Minnesota.
The 10 semifinalists combine for a 1.83 goals-against average, a .938 save percentage and a grade-point average of 3.73.
The five finalists for the Senior Goalie of the Year Award will be named in the Feb. 7 edition of Let’s Play Hockey with the winner announced at the Ms. Hockey Awards Banquet on Sunday, Feb. 24, at the St. Paul RiverCentre. The 10 semifinalists for the Ms. Hockey Award were also announced today. The five finalists for Ms. Hockey will be named in the Feb. 14 edition of Let’s Play Hockey. Both awards are sponsored by Let’s Play Hockey and the Minnesota Wild.
In addition to on-ice talent, criteria for the Let’s Play Hockey Senior Goalie of the Year Award include academics, community/extracurricular activities, citizenship and coachability. Past winners: 2018 Alexa Dobchuk (Eden Prairie), 2017 Breanna Blesi (Maple Grove), 2016 Jenna Brenneman (Breck), 2015 Frances Marshall (Thief River Falls), 2014 Erin O’Neil (Hopkins), 2013 Sydney Rossman (Minnetonka), 2012 Erika Allen (Roseville Area), 2011 Julie Friend (Minnetonka), 2010 Kallie Billadeau (Hopkins), 2009 Laura Bellamy (Duluth), 2008 Alyssa Grogan (Eagan), 2007 Ashley Nixon (Blaine), 2006 Allana McCready (Centennial), 2005 Johanna Ellison (Cloquet/Esko/Carlton), 2004 Emily Brookshaw (Hill-Murray), 2003 Robin Doepke (Chaska), 2002 Amber Hasbargen (Warroad), 2001 Jody Horak (Blaine), 2000 Shari Vogt (River Lakes), 1999 Katie Beauduy (Blaine).
Other awards that will be presented at the banquet include the Ms. Hockey Award which goes to the top senior player in Minnesota girls’ high school hockey, as well as the Minnesota Girls High School Hockey Coaches Association’s Coaches of the Year, and All-State and All-Academic Award winners for the 2018-19 season.
To order tickets for the 2019 Ms. Hockey Awards Banquet, call Beth Kurtt at 612-306-1935.