Isabel Iwachiw, Trinity College
Isabel Iwachiw, an environmental studies major from New York, N.Y., set a new standard for goaltending for the Trinity women's ice hockey squad. She led the Bantams to the greatest season in program history, including its first 20-win season, its first trip to the NESCAC finals, and its first appearance in the NCAA Tournament.
Her individual accolades are numerous, including All-NESCAC and All-American honors twice, Codfish Bowl MVP twice, 2010 New England Division II/III All-Star, 2010 NESCAC Player of the Year, 2010 New England Hockey Journal Player of the Year, and culminating with the 2010 Laura Hurd Award as the NCAA Division III National Player of the Year.
In 2009-2010, Iwachiw played 1,578 minutes between the pipes, earning an 18-5-2 record with a 1.22 goals against average, a nation-leading .952 save percentage (522-for-549), and seven shutouts. In her 81 career games played, Iwachiw has a 48-25-8 record with a College-record 18 shutouts and a career goals against average of 1.75. Her final save percentage of .938 ranks her third all-time in NCAA Division III women's ice hockey history.