UMD’s Emma Soderberg has been named a finalist for WCHA Player of the Year

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More accolades are getting ranked up for University of Minnesota (UMD) women’s hockey graduate student goalie Emma Soderberg. After being named goaltender of the month, she has also been named a finalist for Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) player of the year and outstanding student-athlete of the year.

On Monday, Soderberg was also named a top-3 finalist for WCHA goaltender of the year. Currently, she leads the NCAA with 11 shutouts and is boasting a season goal-against average of 1.35; currently sitting second in program single-season history with the lowest goals-against average.

The WCHA will name its outstanding student-athlete of the year Thursday at 11 am, followed by the WCHA’s player of the year announcement at noon.