TROY, Mich.--After a record-setting season in which Adrian College made the national championship game of the American Collegiate Hockey Association Division 1 women's tournament, the Bulldogs landed a trio of first-team All-Americans in junior forwards Kaillie Hardy (Waterloo, Ontario / KW Rangers), Nicole Paradis (Orangeville, Ontario / Mississauga Chiefs) and senior goalie Alison Dungey (Hamilton, Ontario / Hamilton Hawks).
Dungey and Hardy both repeated their All-America First Team status from the 2016-17 season.
Both top-10 in ACHA scoring, Hardy and Paradis ranked one-two on the Bulldogs with 51 and 46 points, respectively. Hardy topped Adrian with 32 assists and finished with 19 goals, while Paradis pumped in 18 tallies.
Dungey finished with a 20-3-1 record in goal to lead the nation in victories. She sported a 1.21 goals-against average and .945 save percentage (547 saves) over 1488 minutes and 8 seconds, with five shutouts.
The trio also made the 2017-18 Central Collegiate Women's Hockey Association all-conference team as Dungey and Paradis were chosen to the first unit, and Hardy to the second.
In addition, senior defenseman Tara Wrbelis (Rockford, Mich. / Cedar Springs) joined Dungey and Hardy on the ACHA All-Tournament First Team while Paradis made the second unit. Hardy and Paradis both scored three points and Wrbelis helped Dungey anchor a stingy Bulldogs defense that allowed just four goals during their four-game run in the national tournament. Dungey went 3-1 with a 0.98 GAA and sterling .957 save percentage over 245:01 between the pipes.
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