Men’s HockeyDaniel Ljung helped Lawrence University to the consolation championship at the Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association Tournament and earned all-tournament honors in the process.
Ljung, a freshman goalie from Avesta, Sweden, had a 1.86 goals against average and a .930 save percentage in the two games at Crookston, Minn.
He made 33 saves in a 3-2 loss to Marian College in the semifinals and then stopped 20 shots in a 2-1 overtime win over Milwaukee School of Engineering in the consolation game.
Claire Getzoff broke a school record and led Lawrence University to a 1-1 record this past week.
Getzoff, a freshman from Evanston, Ill., broke Lawrence’s single-season scoring record in the Vikings’ 67-60 win over Beloit College last Wednesday.
Getzoff scored 10 points against Beloit to break the record of 359, set by
Lawrence Hall of Famer Tracie Spangenberg in 1986-87. She capped her week by scoring 13 points in a 69-48 loss at St. Norbert College last Saturday to bring her total to 381 on the season.
Brad Barton scored two of Lawrence University’s four goals on the weekend to lead the Vikings to the consolation championship at the Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association Tournament in Crookston, Minn.
Barton, a sophomore forward from Colorado Springs, Colo., scored a first-period goal in Lawrence’s 3-2 loss to Marian College in the semifinals.
He also got the game-winning goal against Milwaukee School of Engineering in the consolation game. With a minute left in overtime, Barton scored on assists from Gharrity McNett and Pete Mossberg to give Lawrence the 2-1 victory.