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Windsor faced the second-toughest schedule in the nation and posted the nation’s sixth-best goals-against average, only twice allowing two or more goals in regulation all season.
Gehman was an offensive force for the Falcons all year long, ranking fifth in the nation in points per game despite facing the fifth-toughest schedule in the nation.
The Northeast-10 Player of the Year, Smith averaged an outstanding 4.95 points per game, more than a full point clear of the #2 ranked player.
Her 41 goals and 17 assists led all players nationally.
Pace ranked second in the nation in scoring defense and ninth nationally in scoring margin as the Setters improved from 9-9 in 2016 to 15-4 in 2017.
The CAC Player of the Year, Windsor backstopped the Sea Gulls throughout the season and into the NCAA tournament.
Dicke, the ACC Freshman of the year and first-team All-ACC honoree, averaged 1.05 goals per game and 2.45 points per game, both of which ranked second in the conference and nationally in the top 10.
The two-time ACC Offensive Player of the Week set the single-season record for hat tricks by tallying five this season, and tallied five game-winning goals in her rookie campaign.
Moore backstopped the Engineers to the NEWMAC title pushing them into the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament.
Moyer engineered a 10-game turnaround for the Royals and a jump of 54 spots in the rankings from last year, going from 5-12 in 2016 to 15-3 in 2017.
Scranton finished 18th nationally in scoring margin at 2.18 per game and were the second seed in the Landmark Conference tournament a year after not advancing to the post-season.
Hoffman led the Tar Heels to a 3-0 week that included three top-15 victories as the fifth-seeded Tar Heels won the ACC title, allowing only two goals in the process.
The UNC defensive unit allowed only 30 shots total in the three games, with only 20 on frame, and 17 combined corners in the three contests.