MADISON, Wis. – University of North Dakota forward Jocelyne Lamoureux, who amassed seven scoring points and factored in on both game-winning goals to help her club to a two-game conference road sweep at Bemidji State last weekend, has been named the WCHA Women’s Offensive Player of the Week for Nov. 20.
A senior right winger from Grand Forks, N.D., Lamoureux had a seven point weekend at Bemidji State, scoring three goals and setting up four others, firing six shots on goal and earning a +6 plus/minus rating. A finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award last season, she assisted on two goals in North Dakota’s 3-1 win over the Beavers in the series opener last Saturday (Nov. 17) to earn Second Star of the Game honors, setting up teammate Michelle Karvinen’s second period game-winner. Lamoureux then had a five-point outing and earned First Star of the Game accolades on Sunday (Nov. 18), notching a three-goal hat trick that included the game-winner and adding two assists as UND won 7-3. Through 12 games played this season, Lamoureux is tied for fourth in scoring overall among WCHA players with 20 points (14g, 6a) while over her 122 game collegiate career, she has 224 points (104g, 120a).
Also nominated: Amanda Kessel, F, UM; Jenna McParland, F, UMD; Taylor Kuehl, F, OSU; Alev Kelter, F, UW.