Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Harrison named WCHA offensive player of the week

For the second week in a row, a Minnesota State forward was named WCHA offensive player of the week. Last week, it was Jerad Stewart; this week's it's Zach Harrison, who had five points in the Mavericks' two-game sweep of Michigan Tech.

Harrison and a goal and three assists in Friday's 5-2 victory and a goal in Saturday's 3-2 win.

Once again, the WCHA honored two players with the offensive award, and Harrison is sharing it with Wisconsin's Derek Stepan, who had two goals and four assists in the Badgers' win and loss against Michigan State and Michigan State, respectively.

Other award winners included Wisconsin's Brendan Smith (defensive) and North Dakota's Danny Kristo (rookie).

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