2012 ScheduleRankings: NFHCA Coaches' Poll | Individual player statistics 

Some players are finishing their college careers, while a few have hit an early stride to make their way onto our list of 10 players to watch this season.

Last season, Kerri Bergquist was named a first-team All-American and set a school record for shutouts (9). She also led the nation with a 0.868 save percentage.
Merrimack Athletics

During her two years at LIU Post, Carlee Dragon has been named ECAC Rookie of the Year and a first-team All-American. Last season she was second nationally for goals (22) and points (51).
LIU Post Athletics

At the end of last season, forward Rachael Walz led Division II in goals (20), assists (19) and points (59). She also had three hat tricks during the year.
Bellarmine Athleticss

As defensive back, Kutztown's Amy Dando started in 18 games last season as a junior. She ranked second in the division and led her team in defensive saves (6).
Kutztown Athletics

In 2011, forward April Daugherty was named Northeast-10 Conference Player of the Year, which made her the first in school history to receive the honor. She also set a Merrimack record for career points (108) and goals (40).
Merrimack Athletics

Junior Rachel McCarthy returns in 2012 after finishign with an average 2.43 points per game and 0.78 assists a year ago. The midfielder also scored four game-winning goals during the year.
UMass-Lowell Athletics

As a junior in 2011, Amber Aulenbach earned second-team All-America honors and averaged 1.00 points per game. She also earned a spot on the PSAC first-team.
Bloomsburg Athletics

Indiana (Pa.) midfielder Anouk Sickman started in every game last season. She averaged 2.26 points per game and 0.89 goals per game, which made her No. 9 in the country.
Indiana (Pa.) Athletics

As a freshman, Limestone's Rachel Goromonzi started in every game. She set a school record for single-season goals (12) and points (29). Goromonzi scored in three of her first four collegiate games.
Limestone Athletics


Last season, midfielder Jen Otis was first-team All-American and started every game for Merrimack. She scored two game-winning goals and averaged 0.65 goals per game as a junior.
Merrimack Athletics