Wolfe named to AUS women’s hockey all-star team

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Fifth-year goalie part of nationals’ host Tommies

Chignecto's Kristin Wolfe was named to the AUS Women's Hockey first all-star team on Wednesday.

Chignecto's Kristin Wolfe was named to the AUS Women's Hockey first all-star team on Wednesday.

HALIFAX – Cumberland County minor hockey product Kristin Wolfe has been named to the Atlantic University Sport Women’s Hockey first all-star team.

The fifth-year goalie at St. Thomas University was honoured on Wednesday when the league named its award winners for the 2013-14 hockey season.

The Chignecto native played 20 games this season for the Tommies earning 10 wins and compiling a goals against average of 2.04. She gave up 41 goals on 538 shots.

St. Thomas finished fourth in the conference and was eliminated by the Mount Allison Mounties in the first round of the playoffs.

The Tommies are hosting the nationals next weekend in Frederiction, N.B.

Meanwhile, Mount Allison’s Courtney King was named the league’s most sportsmanlike player.

She appeared in 220 games with the Mounties this season and finished third in the AUS in assists with 11 and seventh in points at 18.

King, a native of St. John’s, N.L., also has three assists for the Mounties in the playoffs.

King was also named a second-team all-star.

Emily vanDiepen was named a second-team all-star on defence.

Alex Normore of St. F.X. was selected as the most valuable player, Breanne Lanceleve of St. Mary’s is the rookie of the year and Denis Ross of Moncton is the coach of the year.

 

Organizations: Atlantic University Sport Women, St. Thomas University

Geographic location: Cumberland County, Chignecto, St. Thomas Frederiction Moncton

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