Grant-Mentis Named Hockey East Second Team All-Star

Links: Hockey East Release

NORTH ANDOVER, Mass.— Senior forward Mikyla Grant-Mentis was named a Hockey East Second Team All-Star for her outstanding season for the Warriors, as announced by the league on Thursday.

The Brampton, Ontario native led the team in goals this season with 20 which was tied for second best in Hockey East and top ten nationally. She totaled 33 points on the year, which was second most for her career as a Warrior and the most goals in a single season in her time in the blue and gold. She was Hockey East Player of the Month in November for an 11 game point scoring streak during the month, where she tallied 14 goals and 22 points for the second-most of any player in the nation during that time. 

Other players on the Second Team include Boston University goaltender Corinne Schroeder, Boston College defender Cayla Barnes, Providence defender Whitney Dove, Boston College forward Hannah Bilka, Boston University forward Jesse Compher, and UConn forward Natalie Snodgrass.

Grant-Mentis ended her four years with Merrimack with 56 goals, 61 assists for 117 points in 137 games—holding the program record for points and assists, and is second all-time in goals. She has gone on to sign a professional contract with the Buffalo Beauts of the National Women’s Hockey League, where she already has three points in two games.

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