OWINGS MILLS, Md. - Stevenson women's ice hockey seniors Sarah Antonelli, Chelsea Ellis, Monica Pozuc, Savannah Sommers and Kellen Wittman, junior Cierra Siemasko, sophomores Allyson Barlow and Annie Smyth-Hammond and freshman Trinity Barcless were named as 2017-18 American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA) Krampade AHCA All-American Scholars announced on Thursday. A total of 1,310 student-athletes recognized across both genders in Division's I, II and III.
To be recognized as a Krampade AHCA All-American Scholar, an ice hockey student-athlete must have obtained at least a 3.6 grade-point average (GPA) each semester and participated in 40-percent of their school's games in 2017-18.
"We are extremely proud of this group of student-athletes who have competed at the highest levels of the game on the ice and matched that performance in the classroom," said AHCA executive director Joe Bertagna. "The sport demands a great deal from these athletes so it is a great statement they make, individually and collectively, with their ability to attain this level of academic achievement."
Antonelli played in all 28 games on defense and recorded 10 points on one goal and nine assists while Ellis and Pozuc played all 28 games at forward. Ellis totaled 15 points on seven goals and eight assists while Pozuc had 27 points on 13 goals and 14 assists.
Sommers made 27 appearances at forward with 13 points on six goals and seven assists while Wittman played in 12 games and totaled 15 points with 10 goals and five assists. Siemasko played in all 28 games and recorded 21 points on nine goals and 12 assists.
Barlow played in all 28 games at forward and totaled seven points on three goals and four assists while Barcless made 22 appearences in her rookie season, finishing with 10 points on four goals and six assists.
Smyth-Hammond appeared in 13 games in net, totaling a 2.91 goals against average and a .899 save percentage.