CHC Weekly Release #5

CHC Weekly Release #5

MARSHFIELD, Mass. – The Colonial Hockey Conference (CHC) weekly awards were announced for play through Sunday, November 26. The duo of Maggie Layo (Sandwich, Mass.) and Vendela Jonsson (Linkoping, Sweden) of Endicott College earned Player and Goaltender of the Week accolades respectively.  Morrisville State's Karoline Arvik (Trondheim, Norway) was recognized as the league's Rookie of the Week.

Player of the Week

Maggie Layo - Endicott College
(Senior, Forward – Sandwich, Mass.)

Layo recorded one goal and one assist for two points on the weekend at the 11th Annual Codfish Bowl. Her assist came during the opening round, 3-1 victory over Stevenson University. Layo went on to net the game-winner against UMass Boston in the championship game with 40 seconds left in the overtime period. 

Goaltender of the Week

Vendela Jonsson – Endicott College
(Junior, Goaltender – Linkoping, Sweden)

Jonsson went 2-0 in net for the Gulls as the team won the 11th Annual Codfish Bowl. She made 34 saves against Stevenson in the opening game and then made a season-high 38 saves against UMass Boston in the championship game. Jonsson ended the weekend with a save percentage of .973 and was also named the MVP of the tournament.

Rookie of the Week

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

Aarvik led Morrisville State to a 2-1 week, appearing 179:22 minutes in net while posting 66 saves for a .985 save percentage and 0.33 goals against average. The freshman started the week with 25 stops in a 1-0 victory over #10 ranked Hamilton College on Tuesday for the shutout, including 12 in the final period to preserve the win. She posted her second shutout on Friday as Morrisville State posted the 4-0 win over Concordia (WI) behind 18 saves, before wrapping up the week's action with 23 stops in the 1-0 loss against Concordia on Saturday. 


Honor Roll 

Kami Weiner – Johnson & Wales University
(Senior, Goaltender– Elk Grove Village, Ill.)

Weiner recorded her first shutout of the season, stopping all 30 shots she faced in a 1-0 win over Colby College. The shutout is her first since the 2015-16 season.