Sam Walther '18 helped lead the Continentals to the NESCAC quarterfinals for the second straight year and was also named NESCAC Women’s Hockey Player of the Year.
The senior led the conference and broke her own Hamilton records with a 1.08 goals against average, recording 10 shutouts in 23 starts this season, as well as holding a .960 save percentage. Her numbers in NESCAC play were even more impressive, Walther recorded a .99 goals against average, a .966 save percentage and recorded seven shutouts leading the Continentals to a 9-4-3 conference record.
In 89 career starts, Walther has risen to second on the team’s all-time list with 2,252 total career saves. The senior has also set program records with a 1.40 career goals against average, and .948 save percentage and 26 career shutouts.