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Women's Hockey Announces 2012-13 Team Awards

Courtesy: Dartmouth
Release: 04/29/2013
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HANOVER, N.H. – The Dartmouth women’s hockey team and head coach Mark Hudak recently announced the annual team awards for the 2012-13 season with six different players receiving recognition.

Reagan Fischer earned two accolades after a stellar senior campaign. The Irma, Alberta, native was named the team’s Most Valuable Player and Co-Offensive Player of the Year. Fischer capped her tenure at Dartmouth appearing in all 31 games and leading the team with 15 goals and tying for a team-high 28 points. On December 9, Fischer became the 35th player in program history to notch 100 career points. During her farewell tour of ECAC Hockey the first-line center netted two power-play goals and two game winners. Fischer finished her career with 51 goals, 62 assists and 113 points. Fischer was also named second team All-Ivy for the second straight year.

Camille Dumais shared Co-Offensive Player of the Year honors with Fischer. For the third consecutive season Dumais earned the award as she tied for the team lead in points with 28. During her senior year, the winger potted 14 goals and added 14 helpers. Dumais led the team with four game-winning goals and four power-play markers. The Beaconsfield, Quebec, native finished her career with 58 goals and 71 assists in 121 games. The 129 career points leaves Dumais in 16thplace on the all-time scoring list.

For the second season in a row, senior Jenna Hobeika earned the coveted Unsung Hero award. The Alpine, N.J., native prides herself on hustle and work ethic, while leading by example. Hobeika scored seven goals and tied for a team-best 14 helpers. Hobeika appeared in all 31 games for the Big Green, highlighted by netting a game winner against Colgate late in the season.

Lindsay Holdcroft earned the Defensive Player of the Year award for the third straight year as she capped another noteworthy season between the pipes for Dartmouth. The junior registered a 15-9-5 record with a save percentage of .914 and a goals-against average of 2.11. The Keystone State native recorded four shutouts, all of which came in conference play, and made 659 saves. Holdcroft continues to etch her name in the record books for the Big Green, moving up the all-time victories list heading into her senior campaign.

A pair of freshmen rounded out the honorees as Laura Stacey was named the Rookie of the Year and Zoe Brennan earned the Most Improved Player accolade.

Stacey was an offensive threat during her first year on campus tallying eight goals and adding 14 assists. The 22 points for the freshman were the most for a first-year player since Dumais notched 25 during the 2008-09 season. Stacey was named to the ECAC Hockey All-Rookie team and was a finalist for the league’s Rookie of the Year award.

Brennan emerged as a quality two-way player on the blue line for Dartmouth. The Calgary, Alberta, native appeared in 27 games netting two goals and adding an assist during her first year in Hanover. Brennan scored both of her tallies against Union in a 6-0 victory on January 5.

Unsung HeroJenna Hobeika
Most Valuable PlayerReagan Fischer
Co-Offensive POYReagan Fischer
Co-Offensive POYCamille Dumais
Most Improved PlayerZoe Brennan
Rookie of the YearLaura Stacey
Defensive Player of the YearLindsay Holdcroft

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