Sunday, March 18, 2018

Watts wins National Player of the Year

BC Women's Hockey Daryl Watts made history Sunday when she was named the first freshman winner of the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award. The Award serves as Women's College Hockey's player of the year award. Watts is the second BC player to win the prestigious title. Not only is she the first freshman to win the award, she is the first underclassman to win it ever.

This was just the latest honor for Watts as she also earned the 2018 Hockey East Player of the Year and was the unanimous winner of the Hockey East Rookie of the Year.

Congrats to Daryl on the great season and the big future ahead.


Edward Griffith said...

Sweet 16 has two of three possible Jesuit schools . Good luck to Sister Jean and her Ramblers
also to Gonzaga. Chicago Loyola many fans had beautiful maroon and gold scarves.
They would look good at Alumni or Conte
Four ACC teams also in sweet 16 BC beat 3 of them.
CONGRATS to Ms Watts and also to their stellar goalie a recent Sports Illustrated Face
in the crowd.

dixieagle said...

Well deserved honors for Daryl. I think there are great things ahead for this team. They'll get that national championship yet.

It does make me queasy to think that Daryl will likely be playing for Canada in the next Olympics. Maybe we can persuade her to immigrate. ;)