May 30, 2018
MINNEAPOLIS – Twelve members of the Gopher women's hockey team are among the 161 University of Minnesota student-athletes honored by the Big Ten Conference on the Academic All-Big Ten Team for spring and at-large sports, the conference announced on Wednesday.
The Gophers totaled 351 Academic All-Big Ten honorees for the 2017-18 academic year, 52 more than the 2016-17 academic year.
Bethany Hasz, Abby Kohut-Jackson and Patty O’Brien of the Minnesota women’s track & field team all carried unblemished cumulative grade point averages during the school year. Women’s track & field led all Minnesota sports with 48 accolades followed by men’s track & field with 26, rowing with 18, and baseball with 17. Softball featured 13 award winners while women’s hockey carried 12. Men’s tennis and men’s golf recorded eight each. Women’s tennis notched eight award winners, and women’s golf rounded off the Gophers' award winners with three recipients. A total of 10 Minnesota programs boasted Academic All-Big Ten honorees for the spring and at-large sports.
To be eligible for Academic All-Big Ten selection, students must be letterwinners who are in at least their second academic year at their institution and carry a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher.
Eduardo Estrada, Jr.
Men's Golf (8)
Men's Tennis (8)
Men's Track & Field (26)
Women's Golf (3)
Women's Hockey (12)
Sarah Von der Goltz
Women's Tennis (8)
Camila Vargas Gomez
Women's Track & Field (48)
Bethany Hasz (4.0)
Abby Kohut-Jackson (4.0)
Patty O'Brien (4.0)
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6/19/2018 - W. Ice Hockey
Gophers alum Noora Raty has re-signed with the CWHL’s Kunlun Red Star for the 2018-19 season.
Leveille Returns to State of Hockey
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University of Minnesota alumna Amanda Leveille has signed with the NWHL's Minnesota Whitecaps for the 2018-19 season.
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