Stefanie Ubl Named To AHCA All-America Team

Posted on March 21st, 2008 by

Stefanie Ubl

Stefanie Ubl


Ubl led the Gusties with 30 points (14 goals, 16 assists).

Ubl led the Gusties with 30 points (14 goals, 16 assists).

Gustavus Adolphus College senior forward Stefanie Ubl (Blaine, Minn.) was recognized by the American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA) as 2008 RBK Hockey Division III Women’s All-Americans at a banquet held Thursday evening in conjunction with this weekend’s NCAA Division III Women’s Hockey Championships in Plattsburgh, N.Y.

Ubl, the 2007-08 MIAC Player of the Year, led the Gusties in scoring with 30 points on 14 goals and 16 assists. She recorded a point in 17 of the 25 games she played in, including nine multi-point games. Ubl amassed 74 points (34 goals and 40 assists) in 75 games during her three-year career at Gustavus after transferring from the University of North Dakota. She is the seventh Gustie player to be named an AHCA All-American in program history.

Ubl is joined on the All-America West First Team by goaltender Lauren Bradel of St. Thomas, forwards Gina Barazenelli of UW-Superior and Nicole Grossman of UW-Stevens Point, and defenders Jamie Lewandowski of UW-Stevens Point and Kirsti Hakala of UW-Superior. Gustavus has had a player named to the All-America team in seven of the last eight seasons. Middlebury and Plattsburgh State each had two players named to the All-America East First Team.

Ubl, a communication studies major, is the daughter of Dave Ubl and Leslie Ubl of Maple Grove, Minn. and a 2004 graduate of Blaine High School.

The Gusties wrapped up their season at 25-3-0 following a 3-1 loss to Wisconsin-Superior in a NCAA Tournament quarterfinal last Saturday in St. Peter. Gustavus became the first program in MIAC Women’s Hockey to finish its conference schedule 18-0-0 and has amassed a 97-15-3 overall record (.843 winning percentage) and a 69-2-1 record in MIAC play (.9375 winning percentage) with four regular season and four postseason MIAC titles over the past four seasons.

Complete AHCA All-America Team

 

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