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Swayman wins Richter Award, second in Hobey Baker

Jeremy Swayman photo courtesy of University of Maine

FORMER SOUTH HIGH AND UNIVERSITY OF MAINE GOALTENDER JEREMY SWAYMAN OF ANCHORAGE ADDED ANOTHER TROPHY TO HIS GROWING COLLECTION, THOUGH THE BIG PRIZE ELUDED HIM. SWAYMAN SATURDAY WAS NAMED THE WINNER OF THE MIKE RICHTER AWARD, GIVEN TO THE TOP COLLEGE NETMINDER IN THE COUNTRY. SWAYMAN MISSED OUT ON THE HOBEY BAKER AWARD, GIVEN TO THE NATION’S TOP OVERALL HOCKEY PLAYER. THAT AWARD WAS WON BY MINNESOTA-DULUTH JUNIOR DEFENSEMAN SCOTT PERUNOVICH. NORTH DAKOTA’S JORDAN KAWAGUCHI WAS THE OTHER FINALIST FOR THE HOBEY. SWAYMAN EARLIER WAS NAMED AN EAST REGION ALL-AMERICAN AND THE WINNER OF THE HOCKEY EAST PLAYER OF THE YEAR.  SWAYMAN WAS 18-10-5 WITH A 2.07 GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE AND 94 PER CENT SAVE PERCENTAGE. HE LED THE NATION IN SAVES.



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