Fifth year Gwyneth Philips of the No. 13 Northeastern women's hockey team has been named a semifinalist for the Women's Hockey Commissioners Association Goalie of the Year Award. Philips, the reigning Goalie of the Year, is one of 11 goalies from four conferences to advance from a "Watch List" of 27 netminders. She leads the country in GAA and save percentage among netminders with 15 or more games, with a 1.22 GAA and .951 save percentage. Philips is the active career NCAA leader in save percentage, GAA, and shutouts. The three award finalists will be announced during conference championships, and the winner will be revealed during the NCAA Frozen Four in Durham, New Hampshire.

By the Numbers
  • Philips' GAA: 1.22
  • Philips' save percentage: .951
State of Play
  • Philips leads the country in GAA and save percentage among goalies with 15 or more games
  • The three award finalists will be announced during conference championships
  • The winner will be revealed during the NCAA Frozen Four in Durham, New Hampshire
What's Next

The finalists for the award will be announced during conference championships, with the winner being revealed during the NCAA Frozen Four in Durham, New Hampshire.

Bottom Line

Gwyneth Philips has been named a semifinalist for the Women's Hockey Commissioners Association Goalie of the Year Award after leading in GAA and save percentage. The three finalists will be announced during conference championships, with the winner being revealed during the NCAA Frozen Four in Durham, New Hampshire.