2018-19 CCM/AHCA Women's University Division All-Americans Announced

Five players who advanced to the NCAA Women's National Collegiate Ice Hockey Championship in Hamden, CT, including two each from two-time defending NCAA Champion Clarkson University and the top seeded University of Wisconsin, have been recognized as 2018-19 CCM/AHCA WOMEN'S UNIVERSITY DIVISION ICE HOCKEY ALL-AMERICANS. The fifth participant among the semifinalists hails from Cornell. The only semifinalist without a player receiving All-American status is the University of Minnesota.

Noteworthy among the selections:

- Boston College senior defenseman Megan Keller is a First Team selection for the third time. Wisconsin senior forward Annie Pankowski is on the First Team after two years on the second team. Both were U.S. Olympians last season. Four other players were previously honored, one being repeat First Team forward Loren Gabel of Clarkson.

- Five players hail from Canada, five players come from the United States, and one each from Sweden and Switzerland.

- There are four seniors, three juniors, three sophomores and two freshmen.

- Five selections came from ECAC Hockey, four from Hockey East and three from the WCHA.

CCMCCM/AHCA HOCKEY ALL-AMERICAN ICE HOCKEY TEAMS are sponsored by CCM HOCKEY and chosen by members of the AMERICAN HOCKEY COACHES ASSOCIATION. CCM is the legendary hockey brand dedicated to the endless pursuit of performance by delivering game-changing, head-to-toe innovative hockey equipment to players worldwide.

First Team
Lovisa Selander, SR, Rensselaer
(Sollentuna, Sweden)
Jincy Dunne, JR, The Ohio State University#
(O'Fallon, MO)
Megan Keller, SR, Boston College@+
(Farmington Hills, MI)
Loren Gabel, SR, Clarkson University*
(Kitchener, ON)
Elizabeth Giguere, SO, Clarkson University#
(Quebec City, QC)
Annie Pankowski, SR, University of Wisconsin%&
(Laguna Hills, CA)
Second Team
Kristen Campbell, JR, University of Wisconsin#
(Brandon, MB)
Jaime Bourbonnais, JR, Cornell University
(Mississauga, ON)
Skylar Fontaine, SO, Northeastern University
(East Greenwich, RI)
Jesse Compher, SO, Boston University
(Northbrook, IL)
Sarah Fillier, FR, Princeton University
(Georgetown, ON)
Alina Mueller, FR, Northeastern University
Winterthur, Switzerland)
*First Team in 2018; #Second Team in 2018
@First Team in 2017; %Second Team in 2017
+First Team in 2016; &Second Team in 2016