Middlebury

Women's Hockey Players Earn NESCAC Honors

March 5, 2009

Three members of the Middlebury College women's hockey team were honored today when the NESCAC announced its all-league teams. Seniors Molly Vitt (Kenilworth, Ill.) and Randi Dumont (Greene, Maine) were named to the first-team, while senior Annmarie Cellino (W. Seneca, N.Y.) earned second-team honors. The three helped lead the Panthers to a 17-3-4 record as they head to the NESCAC Championship weekend at Amherst this weekend.

Vitt earns first-team honors after leading the Panthers with 28 points, four power play and three game-winning goals this season. The senior is second on the team with 10 goals in '08-'09, while tying for the team-lead with 18 assists. Her 1.22 points/game place her fourth in the NESCAC, while her .78 assists/game is good for second place. Vitt has a point in all but seven games this season, including a five-point game with four assists at Bowdoin. She now owns 26 goals and 43 assists for 69 points in 98 career games.

Dumont has been the anchor of a Middlebury defense that has allowed just 1.88 goals/game this season, second in the league. The senior scored a goal against Trinity this season, while dishing out 13 helpers for 14 points. She earned two assists in a 5-4 overtime win over Elmira back on January 3rd. The senior has now played in 106 games, with 19 goals and 30 assists for 49 points.

Cellino earns All-NESCAC honors for the fourth time in four years at Middlebury. The former NESCAC Rookie of the Year earned Player of the Year honors a year ago. This season, Cellino is third in the league with .74 assists/game, tying Vitt for the team-lead with 18. She has scored nine goals with 27 points in '08-'09, including a four-point game at Wesleyan. The senior has scored in all but seven games this season, including six multiple point games. Cellino now has 62 goals and 89 assists for 151 career points in 106 games.