St. Norbert's Jacobson Perfect In Goal
SAINT PAUL – St. Norbert goaltender David Jacobson () has
been named Player of the Week in the NCHA Men’s Conference
after stopping all 46 shots he faced last week. Jacobson
racked up three victories while holding opponents scoreless for 180
St. Norbert raised its third NCAA Championship banner on October 23rd, with Jacobson posting a shutout in a 4-0 win. He made 17 saves and turned back four Falcons power play opportunities.
In a weekend home-and-home series with UW-Stevens Point, Jacobson continued his streak of perfection, notching 18 and 11 saves in the two-game sweep. He turned back six Pointer power play chances.
Jacobson is one of four goalies nationally with a 0.00 goals against average; no other goalie has more than a 60 minute shutout streak. His three shutouts rank first in the nation.
AROUND THE RINKS:
UW-Eau Claire goaltender Brandon Stephenson (Saline, MI) backstopped a pair of wins last weekend, stopping 52 of 55 shots against UW-Stout … Defenseman George Malliaras (Palos Hills, IL) posted three assists in each of two games last weekend for UW-River Falls … Three St. Scholastica players posted three points or more in a split with UW-Superior last weekend: Alex Valenti (Blaine, WA), Ryne Bodger (Dunan, BC), Brett Corcoran (Parksville, BC) and Tyler Miller (Fort Frances, ON).
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