These top performers stuffed the stat sheets this past week. Here are your women's hockey three stars for Nov. 5-11.
1 – Kerigan Dowhy, Bemidji State
Dowhy was sensational in backstopping Bemidji State to an upset sweep over then-No. 4 Ohio State, making 70 saves and leading the WCHA with a 1.50 goals-against average and a .959 save percentage. The sophomore from The Pas, Manitoba opened the weekend with a career-high 38 saves in Friday’s 2-1 victory. She then followed with a 32-save performance Saturday, including a perfect 12-for-12 in the third period, as the Beavers snapped a 2-2 tie and won, 4-2. She was one of four NCAA Division I goalies to win two games last week (and the only one with two victories against a ranked opponent).
2 – Chloe Aurard, Northeastern
The freshman forward led the nation in scoring last week with six points in two games as Northeastern went 2-0-0 against New Hampshire. Aurard posted a goal and an assist in Friday's 3-0 win, before dishing out four assists in Saturday's come-from-behind, 5-3 victory. The Villard-de-Lans, France native assisted on both Kasidy Anderson's game-tying goal and Paige Capistran's game-winning goal and became the first NU player since Teresa Ella in 2003 to record four assists in a game. She was also a +6 last week, the best mark among all WHEA skaters.
3 - Terra Lanteigne, RIT
The Hatchet Lake, Novia Scotia native had another strong weekend for RIT, totaling 89 saves as the Tigers had a 1-0-1 showing at Dartmouth. The junior netminder allowed three goals in the two games, registering a goals-against-average of 1.44 and a save percentage of 0.967. Lanteigne had 41 saves in the 5-1 win and 48 saves in the 2-2 tie, her second and third 40-plus save efforts on the year. She improved her season averages to a 1.97 goals-against average and a .942 save percentage.