Coon Rapids graduate Alli Miskowiec, a senior at Southwest Minnesota State, was named to the NSIC All-Conference First Team.
Anoka graduate Maddie Perry, a junior at Bethany Lutheran, was named to the UMAC All-Conference First Team.
Coon Rapids graduate Emily Kos, a senior at Bemidji State, was named to the NSIC All-Conference Second Team.
Legacy Christian graduate Sophie Kendall, a junior at Bethel, was named All-MIAC Honorable Mention.
Andover graduate Natalie Rudrud, a sophomore at Upper Iowa, was named NSIC Goalkeeper of the Week. Rudrud totaled nine saves to secure her fourth shutout of the season and faced a pair of corner kicks in a 1-0 overtime win at Winona State.
Andover graduate Derrick Aminga, a senior at Northwestern College, and Anoka graduate Blake Perry, a sophomore at Wisconsin-Superior, were named to the UMAC All-Conference First Team.
Andover graduate Armin Bobaric, a senior at St. Scholastica, was named to the UMAC All-Conference Second Team.
Anoka graduate Blake Doyea, a junior at Wisconsin-Superior, was named UMAC All-Conference Honorable Mention.
Anoka graduate Robbie Goor, a junior goaltender for Gustavus Adolphus, was named the MIAC Men’s Hockey Athlete of the Week. Goor minded the net in both games over the weekend as the Gusties split a series with Augsburg. The junior stood tall in net Nov. 22, allowing just one even-strength goal while making 41 saves. Goor then posted 20 saves Nov. 23, allowing just one goal in Gustavus’ upset of the No. 7-ranked Auggies.
Legacy Christian graduate Talana Rudzitis, a sophomore at Crown College, earned Crown’s 2019 UMAC Volleyball Sportsmanship Award.
Top-ranked Andover defeated fourth-ranked Minnetonka 3-1 Nov. 23 to improve to 5-0 to open the season.
Anoka/Spring Lake Park started 4-3, Champlin Park/Coon Rapids started 2-2 and St. Francis/North Branch started 0-5.
Andover split a home-and-home set with Blake to begin the season, winning 6-3 and falling 3-2.