Offensive Player-of-the Week
#14 Ryan Nawrocki, F, Kent State University
Ryan led Kent State to their first 6-0 start in 6 years, and the first 6 game winning streak in the same time period. He led the way with 2 goals and 1 assist in a 8-5 win over John Carroll on Friday and 4 goals and 2 assists in a 13-4 win on Saturday. Nawrocki, who is second in the team in points also produced shorthanded, scoring 2 goals on the penalty kill over the weekend.
Other finalists: Kevin Neeld (Delaware), David Skinner (Scranton), Steve Rademacher (Michigan-Dearborn), Mike Murtaugh (Iowa State), Zac Bauman (Liberty), Derek Porter (Eastern Michigan), Kevin Lutz (Indiana PA), John Parrish (Oakland), Lukas Delorenzo (Penn State), J.L. Feeley (West Virginia), Kevin Kennedy (Oklahoma), Marshall Chubirka (Illinois), Alex Cohen (Drexel)
Defensive Player-of-the Week
#33 Jason Mardinly, G, Drexel University
Jason back-stopped the Dragons brilliantly as the Dragons upset number 13 Delaware and beat Scranton for their first ECHA victory of the season. Jason provided the defending ECHA champs with stellar goaltending, saving 50 of 55 shots against Delaware and 46 of 48 shots against Scranton. Jason had a save total of 98 saves on 103 shots in the two games combined resulting in a .951 save percentage.
Other finalists: Matt Chromy (Michigan-Dearborn), Christian Johansson (Iowa State), Mike Binnie (Liberty), Andrew Hansen (Oakland), Ryan Anderson (Oklahoma).