Women’s Hockey has Four Players Named All-Conference

Posted on February 25th, 2019 by

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. – The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference announced its women’s hockey postseason awards Monday afternoon and four Gusties were named All-Conference. Amanda DiNella (Sr., Oakbrook Terrace, Ill.), Allie Stanger (Sr., Paynesville, Minn.), Amelia Vosen (Jr., Nowthen, Minn.), and Kayla Vrieze (Fy., Eagan, Minn.) received All-MIAC recognition for their performances throughout the 2018-19 regular season.

DiNella earns her third consecutive All-Conference nod after starting 25 games in net this season for the Black and Gold. She made 528 saves on the season, while allowing 38 goals for a save percentage of .933, which ranks second in the MIAC. DiNella is the program’s all time leader in saves with 1,722 and is second in career shutouts with 19.

Stanger earns her first All-Conference honor as she led all Gusties in points on the season with 24 and also had the teams highest plus/minus at +21. Her 12 goals are tied for seventh most in the conference, her 12 assists are tied for 12th, while her 24 points rank eighth.

Vosen earned her first appearance on the All-Conference team as she posted career highs in season assists (7) and points (18), while her 11 goals tied her season high from last season. The junior captain led all Gusties with four game winning goals this season, which is tied for most in the conference.

Vrieze was named to the MIAC All-Rookie Team this season helping lead a strong defensive unit for the Gusties that allowed the second fewest goals (38) in the MIAC. Vrieze also proved to be a strong scoring threat for Gustavus, scoring five goals and tallying nine assists for 14 points.

In addition to the All-Conference honors, Paige Press (Sr., Cottage Grove, Minn.) was named to the All-Sportsmanship Team.

MIAC Release



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