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2016 Ms. Hockey Award semifinalists announced

By Star Tribune, 01/28/16, 11:15PM CST

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Let's Play Hockey identified the 10 candidates in the running to be named the state's top senior girls' high school player.

All 10 players named as semifinalists are committed to Division I colleges for next season, including seven in the WCHA. The semifinalists have scored an average of 20 goals and 19 assists this season for their respective teams.

All 10 players have been bound to the textbooks for the past several years as they check in with a cumulative 3.58 grade-point average.

The five finalists for the Ms. Hockey Award will be named on the Feb. 11 edition of Let's Play Hockey, with the winner announced at the Ms. Hockey Awards Banquet at the St. Paul RiverCentre on Feb. 21 at 9 a.m.


Laura Anderson

School: Hill-Murray  |  Grade: Senior |  Position: Forward 

College Committed: Yale


Sydney Brodt

School: Mounds View  |  Grade: Senior |  Position: Forward 

College Committed: Minnesota-Duluth

 


Carly Bullock

School: Blake  |  Grade: Senior |  Position: Forward 

College Committed: Princeton


Kippin Keller

School: Minnetonka  |  Grade: Senior |  Position: Forward 

College Committed: Minnesota


Brooke Madsen

School: Eagan  |  Grade: Senior |  Position: Forward 

College Committed: Penn State


Presley Norby

School: Minnetonka  |  Grade: Senior |  Position: Forward

College Committed: Wisconsin 


Sofia Poinar

School: Chaska/Chanhassen  |  Grade: Senior |  Position: Forward 

College Committed: Minnesota State


Kiki Radke

School: Hastings  |  Grade: Senior |  Position: Forward 

College Committed: Bemidji State


Katie Robinson

School: Dodge County  |  Grade: Senior |  Position: Defenseman 

College Committed: Minnesota


Mekenzie Steffen

School: Hill-Murray  |  Grade: Senior |  Position: Defenseman 

College Committed: Wisconsin

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The MN Girls' Hockey Hub poll is based on opinion not used to determine who is named Ms. Hockey. The winner is selected by a panel of high school coaches and based on their consultations with several area college coaches. The names of the five finalists will be released in the Feb. 11 edition of Let's Play Hockey.

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