CHC Weekly Release #2

CHC Weekly Release #2

MARSHFIELD, Mass. – The Colonial Hockey Conference (CHC) weekly awards were announced for play through Sunday, November 5. Endicott College's Ellen Carter (Roseville, Minn.) has been named Player of the Week. Karoline Aarvik (Trondheim, Norway) of Morrisville State College and SUNY Canton's Ashley Gillies (Timmins, Ont.) were recognized as Goaltender and Rookie of the Week respectively.

Player of the Week

Ellen Carter – Endicott College
(Junior, Defense – Roseville, Minn.)

Carter tallied four points on the week on two goals and two assists all against Salem State. Her two goals and one of the assists came during Friday's 6-1 victory over the Vikings.

Goaltender of the Week

Karoline Aarvik – Morrisville State
(Freshman, Goaltender – Trondheim, Norway)

Aarvik assisted Morrisville State to a 2-0 CHC opening weekend collecting a total 19 saves in 102:12 minutes between the pipes for the Mustangs. On Friday, she registered 12 stops for a .923 save percentage as they picked up a 2-1 CHC win over Johnson & Wales. She followed with a 7 save outing in 42 minutes played on Saturday, allowing no goals to pick up the win. On the weekend she posted a 0.59 goals against average and .950 save percentage.

Rookie of the Week

Ashley Gillies – SUNY Canton
(Freshman, Defense– Timmins, Ont.)

Gillies, a defenseman, posted a pair of assists to lead the Roos to a 6-0 win at Nichols College on Saturday as the team salvaged a CHC weekend split. Gillies finished +2 in the game and +3 on the weekend. 

Honor Roll

Jessica Pele – SUNY Canton
(Junior, Forward – Estevan, S.K.)

Pele scored twice including the game-winner as the Roos earned a 6-0 win v. Nichols College on Saturday to salvage a CHC weekend road split. She finished +3 in the win.

 Jessica Ujcik, Morrisville State
(Sophomore, Defense – Munich, Germany)

Ujcik paced the Mustangs with two points in a weekend sweep of Johnson & Wales. On Friday, Ujcik collected an assist on the game-winning tally that came on the power play advantage late in the second period. She followed with a goal in Saturday's 5-1 victory, the first of the day just 44 seconds into the contest.