Minnesota State defenseman Kurt Davis and goaltender Phil Cook earned WCHA weekly award honors for their play in last weekend's win and tie against St. Cloud State. Read the league release here.
Davis was named the league's defensive player of the week. He scored the game-winning goal and had two assists in Friday's 4-2 win at Mankato and assisted on Rylan Galiardi's game-tying goal in Saturday's 2-2 game at St. Cloud. Davis also helped hold the Huskies scoreless on power play during the weekend. Davis is fourth in the WCHA in scoring among defensemen with 23 points.
Cook was named the conference's rookie of the week. The goaltender stopped 51 of 55 shots in the series, including all six shots he faced in overtime on Saturday.
Offensive player of the week honors went to Alaska-Anchorage's Kevin Clark, whose four goals during a split with Minnesota Duluth trumped Galiardi's three-goal, one-assist weekend for the Mavericks.