Stalder Nominated for NCAA Woman Of The Year

Former Bulldog Up For Major NCAA Award

DULUTH, Minn- A record 543 female college athletes have been nominated for the 2017 NCAA Woman Of The Year Award. The award honors graduating female athletes who have reached the end their eligibility and distinguished themselves in academics and athletics throughout their careers. Of the 500 plus nominations, 229 are division one, and 8 of them are hockey players, but only one of them is UMD’s own Lara Stalder.

Stalder led the Bulldogs in scoring this past season, averaging an NCAA best 1.60 points per game, on 23 goals and 33 assists for a total 56 points in just 35 games. She was also named the WCHA player of the year after winning offensive player of the week 5 times throughout the season.

The 2017 NCAA Woman Of The Year will be announced at the annual award ceremony on October 22nd in Indianapolis.

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