Penn State’s Zanon chosen ladies’s school hockey rookie of the 12 months for ’20-21 after main all first-year gamers with 30 factors


Penn State freshman Kiara Zanon tallied 10 objectives amongst 30 factors this season for the Nittany Lions (picture: Penn State Athletics).

For her efforts in an outstanding rookie season, Penn State freshman ahead Kiara Zanon has been chosen by the nation’s assistant coaches as the ladies’s school hockey rookie of the 12 months.

A local of Fairport, N.Y., Zanon led all NCAA first-year gamers with 10 objectives and 20 assists for 30 factors. Within the course of, she led Penn State in factors and assists and was instrumental within the Nittany Lions’ 16-3-2 season.

She was beforehand acknowledged because the CHA rookie of the 12 months and participant of the 12 months.

Previous to this honor, Zanon was named one of many ten finalists for the Patty Kazmaier Award, given yearly to the very best participant in ladies’s school hockey. Zanon is the one freshman amongst this 12 months’s finalists and is the primary Penn State participant to earn this recognition.

The nationwide ladies’s rookie of the 12 months is chosen by a vote of the NCAA Division I faculties’ assistant coaches, with one vote per employees. The names on the poll are every convention’s rookie of the 12 months.

The runner-up for this 12 months’s award is Colgate goalie Kayle Osborne.

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