In 16 games, Hana Krechel totaled 115 total points with a nation-leading 7.10 points per game in 2012. As a junior, she scored 72 goals and dished out 43 assists. Krechel was named the Commonwealth Conference Player of the Year, had a team-best 76 draw controls and is the first player in program history to record 200 career goals and 250 career points. She scored at least three goals in 12 of 16 games and had six games of six goals or more.
Lebanon Valley Athletics
 

After her junior campaign, Bollhorst was named Synapse Sports Attacker of the Year and 2012 CAC Player of the Year. She finished third in the country in assists (72), seventh in the nation in assists per game (3.13) and sixth in total points (121). Appearing in 23 games, Bollhorst netted 49 goals with a .533 shooting percentage.
Salisbury Athletics
 

Appearing in 17 games, Susquehanna goalie Emily Stankaitis led the nation with a .577 saves percentage. She had 52 more saves than goals allowed on the season. Her 194 saves marked seventh in the country, while her 11.41 saves per game was 15th-best among Division III goalies. She finished with a 15-2 record in goal.
Susquehanna Athletics
 

As a freshman, attacker Grace Politis started all 13 games for Regis (Mass.) and led the country in goals per game with 5.69. She recorded 74 goals and finished with 83 total points. Politis also finished ninth in the nation in points per game (6.38). She was named the team's 2012 Co-MVP and later team captain entering her sophomore campaign.
Regis (Mass.) Athletics
 

Wesley goalie Alyssa Batty started all 17 games between the pipes. In 2012, she recorded a single-season program record 220 saves. Her saves total marked her third in the nation. She accumulated a .509 save percentage and a 13.17 goals against average. Batty had at least 10 saves in 12 of 17 games. She recorded a season-high 23 saves in three different games.
Wesley Athletics