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.

Conferences across the country handed out their Player of the Month awards, with Selects alumni well-represented after a fiery November. USA Hockey also announced its camp rosters for men’s and women’s teams for the upcoming international tournaments, with many vying for a spot in the coming weeks.

Hockey East named Maureen Murphy Player of the Month after she recorded a point in every game during November for Providence College. The sophomore forward scored five, yes five, game-winning goals last month and scored 14 points in total during that stretch.

Senior at Quinnipiac and former ‘96 ECS-Q forward Chase Priskie was named ECAC player of the week, leading the team and the conference with three goals scored in a sweep of No. 19 Princeton in the home-and-home series. He scored the eventual game-winning goals in both games, and also led the defensive charge on Friday night, spearheading a defensive unit that held the Tigers scoreless for the first time this season.

Priskie’s hot start to the 2018-19 season has him garnering national attention as a candidate for the Hobey Baker Award, as the Washington Capitals draft pick has 11 goals and 19 points in 15 games from the blue line.

Jaycee Gebhard earned CHA Player of the Month after she racked up 16 points in November, compiling a 12-game point streak along the way. The junior center tied a Robert Morris University program record with that streak and led the Atlantic Hockey Conference in scoring for a second consecutive month.

The NCAA released its three Players of the Week in women’s hockey, honoring two Selects alumni Grace Zumwinkle and Lindsay Reed. Minnesota forward Zumwinkle totaled six points in two games for the No. 2-ranked Gophers while Harvard netminder Reed posted consecutive shutouts in ECAC action.

USA Hockey released its women’s winter training camp participants, listing nine former Selects players as contenders for the final roster. A week later, it released the 2019 National Junior Team preliminary roster with another nine Selects alumni among the 29 vying for a spot on the IIHF World Junior Championships team.

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 CLICK HERE for more information to see how you can join the Selects family.