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Saturday, March 12, 2005

WSU women honored at CHA banquet

Two Wayne State University women's hockey players were honored Friday evening at the College Hockey America tournament banquet for their outstanding performances during the 2004-05 season. Another five student-athletes were honored for their work in the classroom.

Senior center Kelly Zamora was named to the All-CHA First Team in voting of the league's head and assistant coaches. Zamora tied-for-sixth in conference scoring with 11 points on two goals and nine assists in 12 games.

Her nine assists were the third-highest total in the CHA. She finished in the top 10 in the conference in both power-play points and short-handed points.

Junior defenseman Sarah Campbell was voted to the All-CHA Second Team by conference coaches.

Campbell tied-for-eighth in overall assists with 14, which was the top mark for all league blueliners. Her 14 overall points was fourth among CHA defenseman.

Also recognized at the banquet were CHA All-Academic team selections -- Heidi Burns, Jessica Haydahl, Laura Monk, Peyton Patterson and Jessica Snelgrove.

A complete list of CHA honorees follows:

All-CHA FIRST TEAM
F- Teresa Marchese, Mercyhurst
F- Ashley Riggs, Niagara
F- Kelly Zamora, Wayne State
D- Ashley Pendleton, Mercyhurst
D- Michelle Bonello, Mercyhurst
G- Desi Clark, Mercyhurst

All-CHA SECOND TEAM
F- Samantha Shirley, Mercyhurst
F- Stefanie Bourbeau, Mercyhurst
F- Candice Moxley, Niagara
D- Sarah Campbell, Wayne State
D- Shannon Moulson, Niagara
G- Nikki Rudy, Niagara

CHA ALL-ROOKIE TEAM
F- Stephanie Jones, Mercyhurst
F- Ashley Riggs, Mercyhurst
F- Charde Hoyle-Levy, Niagara
D- Karrah Stephen, Quinnipiac
D- Shannon Moulson, Niagara
G- Nikki Rudy, Niagara

CHA PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Teresa Marchese, Mercyhurst

CHA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
Ashley Riggs, Niagara

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