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McCoy Named MIAC Women’s Hockey Player of the Week

Katie McCoy posted her third straight shutout — making a season-high 32 saves against No. 2 River Falls on Wednesday. McCoy followed this up with a 26-save effort in the Gusties' loss to the Falcons on Saturday. For her performance, McCoy was named MIAC Women’s Hockey Defensive Player of the Week for the second straight week.

No. 1 Gusties Suffer First Loss of the Year to No. 2 River Falls

After winning 11-straight games and defeating No. 2 UW-River Falls on Wednesday, the No. 1 nationally-ranked Gusties suffered their first loss of the season in Saturday's rematch against the Falcons, 3-0. 

Gusties Defeat River Falls in First Battle of Nation’s Top Two Teams

BOX SCORE RIVER FALLS, Wis. — Two of the nation’s top Division III women’s hockey teams met for the first time this season Wednesday night, as the No. 1 Gusties and No. 2 Falcons faced off for the first game of a two-game non-conference series. Despite trailing UW-River Falls 12-10 in shots through the first period, […]

McCoy Named MIAC Women’s Hockey Player of the Week

Katie McCoy was perfect in the Gusties' two wins over Saint Mary's, posting a pair of shutouts in the 4-0 and 3-0 wins. McCoy made 16 saves on Friday and followed the performance with nine more the next day, giving her and the team the nation's lead in shutouts at six. For her performance, McCoy was named MIAC Women's Hockey Defensive Player of the Week. 

Billings Named MIAC Women’s Hockey Player of the Week

Clara Billings (Sr., Rochester) added to her team- and conference-leading statistics last week, scoring seven points in the Gusties' three games. Billings scored two goals and added two helpers against UW-Superior Tuesday, added another assist in the Gusties' 4-1 win at Bethel Friday night, and then put up two more goals in their 7-1 victory on Saturday. Three of Billings' goals were scored on the power play, giving her six on the season - the most in the nation. For her performance, Power was named MIAC Women’s Hockey Offensive Player of the Week.