Love Named Preseason All-USCHO
Oct. 6, 2005
Goaltender Sarah Love (Bayfield, Ont.) was named to the preseason All-USCHO first team on Wednesday. This marks the second season in a row that she has been recognized by USCHO.
Love, who was second team preseason All-USCHO last year, owns the school single-season records for wins (14), save percentage (.931) and goals-against average (2.25). She is a two-time team MVP and was second team All-ECAC in 2003-04. A week ago, she was one of three Bulldogs named to the ECACHL All-Star Team that will compete against Team USA in an exhibition game at Ingalls Rink on Nov. 1.
The Bulldogs won a school-record 16 games last season, including their first playoff victory and first appearance in the ECACHL semifinals. Yale opens the regular season Oct. 28 at Ingalls Rink against Quinnipiac in the first game of the Nutmeg Classic.
All-USCHO First Team F Sara Bauer, Jr., Wisconsin F Emilie Berlinguette, Sr., St. Lawrence F Nicole Hekle, Jr., New Hampshire D Amy McLaughlin, Sr., New Hampshire D Ashley Pendleton, Jr., Mercyhurst G Sarah Love, Sr., Yale
All-USCHO Second Team F Tiffany Hagge, Sr., Dartmouth F Jessica Koizumi, Jr., Minnesota-Duluth F Karen Thatcher, Sr., Providence D Natalie Vibert, Jr., UConn D Kerri Wallace, So., St. Lawrence G Riitta Schaublin, Jr., Minnesota-Duluth
All-USCHO Third Team F Noemie Marin, Jr., Minnesota-Duluth F Samantha Shirley, Sr., Mercyhurst F Deborah Spillane, So., Boston College D Annie Guay, So., St. Lawrence D Bobbi Jo-Slusar, Jr., Wisconsin G Laura Hosier, So., Mercyhurst
All-USCHO Rookie Team F Alison Domenico, St. Lawrence F Michaela Lanzl, Minnesota-Duluth F Becky Zavisza, Boston College D Melanie Gagnon, Minnesota D Alycia Matthews, Wisconsin G Brittony Chartier, Minnesota
report by Sam Rubin '95 (firstname.lastname@example.org), Yale Sports Publicity