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Weekly Honorees: Alina Mueller, Jess Schryver and Skylar Fontaine
Weekly Release: Northeastern Wins Third Straight Tournament Title
Huskies Earn Second Consecutive Hosting Bid In National Tournament

HOCKEY EAST HEADLINES

Northeastern won its third consecutive Hockey East Tournament c rown Sunday, scoring a record nine goals in the title game. Sophomor e forward Alina Mueller (Winterthur, Switzerland) scored two goals and added four assists over the weekend and was named Most Valuable Player of the Tournament, having scored nine points on four goals and five assists.

The Huskies (32-4-2, 24-3-0 HEA) earned their fourth bid into t he National Tournament after claiming Bertagna Trophy, 9-1, at Law ler Rink on the campus of Merrimack College. It marks the fourth ti me that Northeastern has earned a berth in the National Tournament and its third straight trip to the national postseason after claimi ng Hockey East's automatic bid in each of those three seasons.

The Huskies have secured hosting duties for the second straight time in the national tournament, drawing a home contest with Princet on. The program has never advanced to the Frozen Four.


HOCKEY EAST WOMEN'S PLAYER OF THE WEEK

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Alina Mueller - Northeastern

Alina Mueller (Winterthur, Switzerland) scored two goals and added four assists to help Northeastern to its third-straight Hockey East Championship, including a goal and three helpers in the title game on Sunday. Mueller was named Most Valuable Player of the Tournament, having scored nine points on four goals and five assists.


PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

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Jess Schryver - Northeastern

Jess Schryver (Ansonia, Conn.) found the back of the net twice, including the game-winning goal, in the Hockey East Championship game. The rookie picked up four helpers across the Tournament and was the third-highest scorer in the four playoff games.


HOCKEY EAST WOMEN'S DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK

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Skylar Fontaine - Northeastern

Skylar Fontaine (East Greenwich, R.I.) was named to the Hockey East All-Tournament Team for her efforts in securing the third-straight Bertagna Trophy for the Huskies. She scored one goal and set up two others in the title game, and registered four goals and four assists for eight points across four playoff games.


HOCKEY EAST TOP PERFORMERS

Morgan Fisher, UConn (Sr., G; Vernon, Conn.) Pitched a 20-save shutout in a 4-0 semifinal win over New Hampshire, the first shutout in the Tournament semifinals in seven years.

Morgan Wabick, UConn (Jr., F; Winnipeg, Man.) Scored two goals in UConn's 3-1 semifinal win over New Hampshire and was named to the Hockey East All-Tournament Team. She also assisted on the Huskies' lone goal in the championship game.

Ida Press, ME (So., D; Uppsala, Sweden) Named to the Hockey East All-Tournament Team, Press is Maine's first representative on the ATT in program history. She scored Maine's lone goal in a 3-1 setback to Northeastern in the semifinals and dished out two assists, including the game-winning helper, in the Black Bears' Game 2 win at Boston University.

Chloe Aurard, NU (So., F; Villard-de-Lans, France) Scored once and added four assists last weekend in helping the Northeastern Huskies to their third consecutive Hockey East Tournament title. She was named to the Hockey East All-Tournament Team for her efforts.

Aerin Frankel, NU (Jr., G; Briarcliff Manor, N.Y.) Was named to the Hockey East All-Tournament Team for the third straight year after winning her 12th consecutive Hockey East playoff game. The junior has never lost a postseason contest in the league tournament.