ROCHESTER, N.Y. - After a career setting season, Stevenson women's ice hockey senior Kellen Wittman was named to the All-United Collegiate Hockey Conference announced by the league on Thursday. She is the second Mustang to earn the honor.
Wittman finished with a career-high 30 points on a career-best 19 goals and 11 assists. She ranked in the top 20 in Division III in both points and goals per game, ranking eighth with 0.83 goals per game. Wittman netted nine power play goals, which ranks tied for third in the nation while also setting a new program record.
For her career, Wittman ranks sixth in program history with 62 points, second with 37 goals, tied for seventh with 25 assists, tied for fifth with 10 power play goals, and tied for third with a +25 rating. Wittman was only whistled for three penalties in 80 career games and netted a pair of game-winning goals.
This season, Wittman recorded nine multi-point games, including four multi-goal games. She totaled a season-high four points on two goals and two assists in a win over Wilkes while recording three points on two goals and an assist in a tie versus Manhattanville.