With more than 250 Selects alums across Division-I men’s and women’s hockey, we highlight some of the standout performances from last week and other recent news with a closer look at the college landscape.

The Hockey Humanitarian Award Foundation revealed on Tuesday its list of finalists for the 2019 Hockey Humanitarian Award. Among the five named were Selects coach and current Wisconsin Badger Annie Pankowski. The senior is the lone female representative for the award that has been presented annually since 1996 to a college hockey student-athlete who makes significant contributions to his or her team and the community-at-large through leadership and volunteerism.

Gabbie Hughes was named WCHA Forward of the Week after she scored goals in each game over the weekend and factored in four of Minnesota-Duluth’s six total goals. It is the second time in her young career that Hughes has been named Forward of the Week, as the freshman has totaled 15 goals and 29 points in her first season.

Former ‘97 West Coast Selects forward Rem Pitlick was named Big Ten Hockey’s First Star of the Week after he scored five points over the weekend. The 5-foot-9, 196-pound Minnesota junior picked up his fourth-straight multi-point game on Saturday while setting a new single-season career high in points with 33 in 27 games.

A pair of South Kent Selects Academy players one former, one current made verbal commitments to Division-I programs. Former 16U forward Matt Allen announced his decision to join Union College next fall while current 18U defenseman Garrett Sundquist decided he’ll be heading to Providence College for the 2020-21 season.

Just a small sample of our constantly expanding list of prominent alums, you can check out our BOYS and GIRLS alumni sections for more! Or CONTACT us for more information on how you can join the Selects family.