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8 Union College Women’s Hockey Players Named All-American Scholars


GLOUCESTER, Mass. – Eight members of the Union College women’s hockey team were recognized as Krampade All-American Scholars for the 2019-20 season, the American Hockey Coaches Association announced.
Seniors Amelia MurrayJordi NaidrichAva Reynolds and Haley Shugart; junior Hannah Schultz; sophomore Grace Heiting; and first-years Leah Herrfort and Emma Michalicka all earned the honor this season. The eight selections more than doubled the number of Dutchwomen to earn the honor all-time by bringing the total number of All-American Scholars to 14 during the four years of the program.
Due to the effects of COVID-19, the AHCA adopted revised criteria for the honor this season. To qualify, a student-athlete must have attained a 3.75 GPA or higher for the fall semester and participated in 40 percent of her team’s games, with waivers to the playing requirement granted due to injury or for back-up goaltenders.
The eight honorees also placed Union among the top echelon in the conference and nationally as well, as only one women’s team in ECAC Hockey and only 10 teams in all of Division I had more All-American Scholars than Union this season. A total of 571 Division I women’s and men’s student-athletes earned the national honor for the 2019-20 school year.

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