Boston, Mass. –Drew Riopelle-Tyrrell (Northville, Mich.) has been named New England Women's And Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Second-Team All-Conference it was announced on Tuesday afternoon by the league office.
The honor for Riopelle-Tyrrell marks the second all-conference selection of his career after picking up first-team honors in 2015 when he led the nation in save percentage and the conference in goals against average.
A key contributor in the record-setting 2017 campaign that saw Clark win a school-record 13 games and advance to the program's first-ever conference title game, he had eight games with ten saves or more, including a season-best 19 in a loss at Skidmore. His finest performance might have been a 13 save effort in the NEWMAC Tournament Semifinal against MIT where he held the league's highest scoring offense to a season low five goals.
Riopelle-Tyrell not only tied his own school record for wins in a season (8) but earlier this season became the school's all-time wins leader (24). He also holds school record for save percentage (59.8), goals against average (8.45) and ranks second in career saves (462).