Neutral Zone’s 40 for 4

This is 40 for 4.


The following are a list of 40 of the top girls’ high school hockey players throughout the State of Minnesota in the four years since Neutral Zone’s existence. This was not an easy list to narrow down, and there were a number of girls on the bubble that unfortunately aren’t included. We are glad to say that nearly 20 teams are represented. During this hard time we hope you enjoy reading these articles to keep you entertained.


These are in no particular order.

Grace Zumwinkle
Position- Forward
High School- Breck
Grad Year- 2017
Highlights- Grace was a leader, commanded the ship and was a huge part of Brecks offense and success. She is an all-around player and natural goal scorer. She was a threat every time she stepped on the ice and knew how to put the puck by the goalie.
Accomplishments- She led Breck with over 50 points her senior year. She was named Minnesota’s Ms. Hockey 2017. Grace was also a member of the U-18 Women’s National Team and helped team USA win the gold medal back to back at the IIHF U-18 World Championships in 2016, 2017.
Where is she now? Grace is studying and playing hockey for the Minnesota Gophers.

Olivia Bizal
Position- Goalie
High School- Blake
Grad Year- 2019
Highlights- Olivia was an outstanding goalie for a solid Blake team. She had incredible talent and was on her way to play for the University of Minnesota Duluth. Unfortunately her career was cut short due to numerous concussions. She was regarded as one of the top goalies in the state.
Accomplishments- She was a top goalie for Blake with a save percentage over .950 percent. Olivia was a member of the 2017 USA hockey girls U-18 select player development camp.
Where is she now? Olivia spent time as a student coach for Blake and is now pursuing a degree at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Taylor Heise
Position- Forward
High School- Red Wing
Grad Year- 2018
Highlights- Taylor led her Red Wing team with 83 points her senior year and added another 9 in the State Tournament to end her season with 92 points. She was a captain and a leader both on and off the ice. She was looked at as one of the top players across not only the state but the entire country.
Accomplishments- Taylor was named one of the State Tournaments All-Tournament Team members in 2018. She was also honored by being named Minnesota’s Ms. Hockey in 2018. In 2016, 2017, and 2018 she helped the U.S. U-18’s to consecutive IIHF World Championships and attended the USA hockey women’s National Festivals from 2015-2018.
Where is she now? Taylor is studying and playing hockey for the Minnesota Gophers.

Kaitlyn Kotlowski
Position- Defense
High School- Warroad
Grad Year- 2019
Highlights- Kaitlyn captained her team and was a commanding leader on the ice. She was smart and dangerous on the blue line with a great shot that could catch a goalie off guard. She had over 40 points her senior year and led her team to the State Tournament Championship game.
Accomplishments- Kaitlyn was named to the All-Tournament Team in the State Tournament in 2016, 2018 and 2019. She was one of five finalists for Ms. Hockey in 2019. She was a top scoring defensemen in Warroad history with over 140 points. She has also volunteered numerous hours of community service. Kaitlyn participated in the U-15 National Camp, and U-18 Selects Camp 2017, 2018.
Where is she now? Kaitlyn is playing Division I hockey for the Wisconsin Badgers.

Lolita Fidler
Position- Forward
High School- Edina
Grad Year- 2018
Highlights- Lolita led her team with 56 points in the regular season her senior year for Edina. She added another 10 points during the playoffs and state tournament to bring her total to 66 points on the year. She was a fierce competitor and very dangerous in the offensive zone with a knack for putting the puck in the net.
Accomplishments- Lolita helped lead the Hornets to win back to back championship titles in 2017 and 2018. She was a member of the All-Tournament team in the 2017 Minnesota State Hockey Tournament. She was also named MVP of the championship game. She was named 2018’s High School Female Athlete of the Year. Lolita was also a semifinalist for Ms. Hockey 2018.
Where is she now? Lolita is playing Division I hockey for Penn State.

Jamie Nelson
Position- Forward
High School- Andover
Grad Year- 2020
Highlights- Jamie has been a constant leader and top player for her Andover team. In her senior year she accumulated 57 points in the regular season with another 9 points through the playoff’s and led her team with 5 points in the State Tournament. She is a threat on the ice and one of the most unselfish players around.
Accomplishments- In the 2019-2020 State Tournament Jamie led her team to their first State Championship title in team history. She was a member of the All-Tournament team as a top player in the tournament. Jamie was also honored by being named a Ms. Hockey semifinalist. Jamie attended the 2017, 2018, and 2019 USA Hockey player development camps.
Where is she now? Jamie is currently finishing high school before heading to play Division I hockey for Minnesota State Mankato.

Mannon McMahon
Position- Forward
High School- Maple Grove
Grad Year- 2019
Highlights- Mannon was a very determined player with a great work ethic. She was always a danger with the puck and knew how to put it by the goalie. She led her team her senior year with 44 points in the regular season and another 9 points throughout playoff’s and the State Tournament.
Accomplishments- Mannon was a Ms. Hockey semifinalist in 2019. She led her team to the State Tournament as a captain that same year. Mannon also participated in USA Hockey’s 2017 Selects Players Development Camp.
Where is she now? Mannon is currently playing Division I hockey for the Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs.

Kelsey King
Position- Forward
High School- Elk River/Zimmerman
Grad Year- 2019
Highlights- Kelsey was always a big threat every time she stepped on the ice. She had the speed to get around the opposition and hockey sense to outwit them. She played with high intensity and could put the puck in the net. Kelsey was a leader and could carry her team when they needed her too.
Accomplishments-Kelsey captained her team and led them with over 60 points her senior year and a regular season total of over 140 points since her freshman campaign. Kelsey was honored by being a Ms. Hockey finalist 2019. She was also named her high schools most outstanding female athlete 2019.
Where is she now? Kelsey is currently playing Division I hockey for Minnesota State Mankato.

Emily Brown
Position- Defense
High School- Blaine
Grad Year-2017
Highlights- Emily was a reliable defender and played with a great work ethic. She had a great shot with a quick release that she could put by the goalie. She was a top defender in the league and a leader on the ice. She captained her team to the State Tournament where they ended the year with a 2nd place finish.
Accomplishments- Emily ended her senior year with over 40 points. She was also honored by being named to the All-Tournament Team twice. She was a Ms. Hockey finalist in 2017 and attended numerous USA Hockey development camps. She was a member of the U.S. U-18 team and won Gold at the 2016 IIHF U-18 World Championships. Emily was also the winner of the Herb Brooks award, 2017.
Where is she now? Emily is playing Division I hockey for the UMD Bulldogs in Duluth, Minnesota.

Gabbie Hughes
Position- Forward
High School- Centennial
Grad Year-2018
Highlights- Gabbie was one of the top forwards in the state and was a danger any time she was on the ice. She was a natural goal scorer and was an assistant captain her final two years of high school. She led her team with 68 regular season points her senior year.
Accomplishments- Amassed a total of 81 points her senior season. She was a Ms. Hockey finalist 2018. Gabbie was also named to the All-Tournament team and helped lead her team to a 2nd place finish in the State Tournament, 2018. She was a member of the U-18 U.S. Women’s National Team and took part in the 2017-2018 IIHF World Championships earning gold.
Where is she now? Gabbie is playing Division I hockey for the Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs

Alexa Dobchuk
Position- Goalie
High School- Eden Prairie
Grad Year-2018
Highlights- Alexa was an outstanding goalie for her Eden Prairie team. She was hard to beat and was constantly solid in net. Alexa was considered one of the top goalies in the entire State. She was named as one of the team’s captains, a big honor for any goalie to receive.
Accomplishments- Alexa had a save percentage of over .920, and helped take her team to the State Tournament her senior year. Alexa was honored by being named Minnesota’s girls hockey senior goalie of the year in 2018. She was recognized by being named to the All-Tournament team that same year. Alexa was a 3 time MVP for her team.
Where is she now? Alexa is currently playing Division I hockey at Colgate.

Izzy Daniel
Position- Forward
High School- Blake
Grad Year- 2019
Highlights- Izzy was a tenacious player who captained her team and accumulated over 60 points her senior year. She was quick, sneaky and a danger in the offensive zone. She was an unselfish player who could make her team better. Izzy had a great work ethic and great hockey IQ.
Accomplishments- Izzy was a two-time State Champion with Blake in 2016 and again in 2017. She was her teams MVP in both 2018 and 2019. She was three times All-Conference in 2017, 18, and 19. During her senior campaign she was honored with being named a finalist for Ms. Hockey, Minnesota.
Where is she now? Izzy is playing Division I hockey at Cornell.

Cheyenne Abear
Position- Forward
High School- Brainerd/Little Falls
Grad Year- 2019
Highlights- Cheyenne was a determined, driven and high intensity player. She was smart and patient. She accumulated over 40 points during her senior year and led her team to the State Tournament where she netted the overtime winner to get her team to the Championship game. She was a fighter who played with a no quit attitude.
Accomplishments- Cheyenne helped her team to a 2nd place finish in the State Tournament in 2019. She was named to the All-Tournament team that same year. She was also named her teams MVP her senior season. Cheyenne participated in the 2018 USA Development Camp.
Where is she now? Cheyenne is playing Division I hockey for Bemidji State.

CC Bowlby
Position- Forward
High School- Edina
Grad Year- 2019
Highlights- CC was a top player in the state. She was a leader who played with a lot of grit and determination. She led her team with 50 points her senior season. She added another 7 points throughout the playoffs and State Tournament. She knew how to put the puck in the net and whether left alone or not, was a danger to the opposition.
Accomplishments- CC was a captain of her Edina team and helped take them to three 1st place State Titles in just three years. She was also recognized by being named to the All-Tournament team in 2018. She was honored by being a Ms. Hockey finalist because of her play and academics her senior year.
Where is she now? CC is currently studying and playing hockey at Dartmouth.

Catie Skaja
Position- Forward
High School- New Prague
Grad Year- 2018
Highlights- Catie was a smart hard working player who was a threat with or without the puck. She led her team with over 60 points in her senior season, which made up for over 30% of her teams points that year. She had great hockey IQ and was a heads up player who could put the puck in the back of the net.
Accomplishments- Catie was a Ms. Hockey semi-finalist her senior year. She was team MVP for three straight years. She was a six-time letter winner in hockey. She helped the team to a 2016 consolation title and named to the All-Tournament team. Catie was also a member of U.S.A.’s U-18 team in 2016 and 2017 winning gold at the IIHF world championships.
Where is she now? Catie is currently playing Division I hockey for the Minnesota Gophers.

Samantha Burke
Position- Forward
High School- St. Paul United
Grad Year- 2018
Highlights- Samantha was a high skilled player with a great work ethic. She was a goal scorer and ended her senior campaign with over 50 points. She was a captain of her team and a leader on the ice. She knew how to make the smart plays and always played to win. She was a big part of SPU’s success.
Accomplishments- Samantha was a member of the team’s state runner up titles in both 2016 and again in 2017. She also helped them to a consolation championship in 2018. Samantha was a member of the U-18 Selects Player Development Camp in 2017.
Where is she now? Samantha is currently playing Division I hockey at Cornell.

Madeline Wethington
Position- Defense
High School- Blake
Grad Year- 2019
Highlights- Madeline was a fierce competitor who could quarterback her team and push them to be better. She was a captain of her team and led them to a 25-3 record her senior year. She also had a high volume of points as a defender her senior season with over 50 points accumulated on the year.
Accomplishments- Madeline was honored by being named Minnesota’s Ms. Hockey 2019. She was also part of the team that won back to back state titles in 2016 and 2017. Madeline was also a member of the All-Tournament team in 2016 and 2017. In 2016, 2017 and 2018 she was a three-time gold medal winner as a member of the U.S. U-18 team at the IIHF World Championships.
Where is she now? Madeline is currently playing Division I hockey for the Minnesota Gophers.

Anneke Linser
Position- Forward
High School- Centennial
Grad Year- 2018
Highlights- Anneke was a player who could do a bit of everything. She was a goal scorer, a playmaker and wasn’t afraid to put her body in front of the puck. She had 64 points her senior year with another 11 points throughout the playoffs and state tourney adding up to a total of 75 points on the season.
Accomplishments- She captained her team and helped lead them to the Championship Title game where they took 2nd place in state. She was named to the All-Tournament team that same year and was also honored with the Herb Brooks award which represents the hockey player who portrays the traits and values that defined the iconic man. Anneke was also part of the U-18 Women’s U.S. team that took the gold in 2017 at the IIHF World Championships.
Where is she now? Anneke is playing Division I hockey at the University of Minnesota Duluth.

Taylor Wente
Position- Forward
High School- Maple Grove
Grad Year- 2017
Highlights- Taylor was a smart, fast, heads up player who was good with the puck. She could put the puck in the back of the net and was also a great playmaker. She had 48 points her senior year with another 5 during the post season, accumulating 53 points on the year in 26 games.
Accomplishments- Taylor was captain of her team and helped lead them to the state title game in 2016 where they took 2nd place. She was a 2017 Ms. Hockey finalist. She was also a three-time all-metro honoree. She was part of the U-18 U.S. women’s gold medal winning team at the IIHF World Championships in 2016 and 2017.
Where is she now? Taylor is in her junior year of playing Division I hockey for the Minnesota Gophers.

Sadie Peart
Position- Forward
High School- Grand Rapids/Greenway
Grad Year-2019
Highlights- Sadie was a leader and always a strong and reliable player for her Grand Rapids/Greenway team. She was smart and knew how to create opportunities in the offensive zone. She was an unselfish player who tallied a total of 60 points her senior year in just 26 games. Of those points over half were assists.
Accomplishments- As a freshman in the 2015-2016 season, she led her team in points with a total of 37 on the year. Sadie was the captain of her team, and a six-time letter winner in hockey. Sadie ended her high school campaign with an all-time program high in assists, and second overall in points. Sadie also participated in the 2017 U-18 U.S. girls’ hockey player development camp.
Where is she now? Sadie is currently in her freshman year playing Division I hockey for Quinnipiac.

Grace Bowlby
Position- Defense
High School- Edina
Grad Year- 2017
Highlights- Grace was a strong reliable defender who was solid on the back end. She was smart and a leader for her team. She was strong on the point and could put the puck in the net. She had over 30 points her senior year and captained her team to the Championship game where they won their first state title.
Accomplishments- Grace was named to the All-Tournament team in both her junior and senior years. She was also honored by being named a Minnesota Ms. Hockey finalist, 2017. In 2014 and again in 2015 she was invited to the Women’s USA Hockey National Festival. Grace won gold at the IIHF World Championships in both 2015 and 2016 with Team USA’s U-18’s. She has also spent her time working with charities.
Where is she now? Grace is playing hockey at the University of Wisconsin Badgers.

Abigail Boreen
Position- Forward
High School- Hill-Murray
Grad Year- 2018
Highlights- Abigail was a fighter who played to win every game. She had speed and will power. She was smart and could put the puck in the net. She tallied 54 regular season points in only 25 games played, with another 12 points throughout playoff’s and the state tournament, accumulating a total of 66 points in 30 games.
Accomplishments- Abigail was a member of the Hill-Murray team that took home the State Title as both an 8th grader and again as a freshman. She led Hill-Murray to the State Tournament her senior year and captained the team that same season. She was a Minnesota Ms. Hockey semifinalist, 2018. In 2016 and 2017 she participated in USA Hockey’s Women’s National Festival.
Where is she now? Abigail is currently playing Division I hockey for the Minnesota Gophers.

Uma Corniea
Position- Goalie
High School- Breck and Edina
Grad Year- 2023
Highlights- Uma is an outstanding goalie who has been more than impressive since her first season of high school with Breck in 2017-2018. She had a save % of .910 as a 7th grader playing varsity. Switching over to Edina her freshman year she ended the regular season with an incredible save % of .970. She is always aware, always keeps her eye on the play, and always a smile on her face.
Accomplishments- She was the go-to goalie that led Breck to the Championship game in the state tourney as a 7th grader where they won the State Title. She led them once more the next year where they took 1st place again in her 8th grade campaign. As a freshman for Edina she has made strides and accomplished as much as some goalies do in their entire high school career. This one still has three years to go!
Where is she now? Uma is currently finishing her freshman year of high school. She is committed to play hockey for Division I Princeton University.

Gabbie Smith
Position- Forward
High School- Brainerd/Little Falls
Grad Year- 2020
Highlights- Gabbie has been a dominant player since her freshman campaign. She plays with grit, determination and always gives it her all. She is smart and can put the puck in the net. She never quits, and plays with heart. She ended her last four years with 160 points for her Brainerd/Little Falls team.
Accomplishments- Gabbie was a captain of her team and helped them to two State Tournament appearances. In her junior season she helped lead her team to the title game where they nearly won before accepting the 2nd place trophy. That same year she was also acknowledged by being named to the All-Tournament team.
Where is she now? Gabbie is finishing her senior year before playing Division I for Bemidji.

Katie Kaufman
Position- Forward
High School- Hill-Murray
Grad Year- 2019
Highlights- Katie was a player who didn’t hesitate and got her job done. She was quick, a great decision maker and knew how to generate offense. She was dangerous if left alone in the offensive zone as she knew how to put the puck in the net. Katie led her team with 59 points her senior season.
Accomplishments- She was a captain of her team and helped her team to three state tournament appearances since her freshman year. She was an All-Conference member and was honored with the Athena award her senior year which recognizes the top female athletes who demonstrate greatness in academics and athletics. She was also honored by being named a Ms. Hockey semifinalist, 2019.
Where is she now? Katie is playing Division I hockey for Merrimack.

Maggie Nicholson
Position- Defense
High School- Minnetonka
Grad Year- 2020
Highlights- Maggie has been an outstanding defender and one of the top defenders in the entire state. She was captain of her team and a leader on and off the ice. Maggie is smart and can command the play from all zones of the ice. In the last two straight years she has led her Minnetonka team to the 3rd place title.
Accomplishments- Maggie has competed in numerous U-18 National festivals. She was the Athena award winner in 2020. She was also a four time All-Lake Conference member. Maggie was named captain of USA’s U-18 team at the Women’s World Championships in Slovakia where they took home gold. Maggie finished her high school career as a member of the All-Tournament team and a Ms. Hockey finalist.
Where is she now? Maggie is currently finishing up her senior year in Minnetonka before heading to the University of Minnesota.

Natalie Snodgrass
Position- Forward
High School- Eastview
Grad Year- 2017
Highlights- Natalie was a smart player who was a leader for her team. She was a two-time captain and led her team in points with nearly 100 combined points in her junior and senior seasons alone. She always played to win and helped guide her team to the consolation championship game her senior year.
Accomplishments- In 2015 and again in 2016 she played for Team USA’s U-18 Women’s team that participated in the World Championships taking home gold at the IIHF’s. In 2016 she was named the Pioneer Press metro player of the year and also a member of the All-Tournament team that same year. Natalie ended her senior campaign as a Ms. Hockey semifinalist.
Where is she now? Natalie is currently in her junior year of playing hockey at UConn.

Peyton Hemp
Position- Forward
High School- Andover
Grad Year- 2021
Highlights- Peyton is a hard working determined player who won’t give up on the play. She will bring havoc to the other team and is dangerous if left alone. In this last season she had nearly 60 points on the year in just 26 games. She has taken on a leadership role and continues to be a threat to any team.
Accomplishments- Peyton served her junior season as assistant captain of her Andover team. She helped take them not only to the championship game but won the state title, 2020. She was a member of the All-Tournament team in 2019 and again in 2020. Peyton was also a member of the 2020 U.S. U-18 Women’s National Team earning the gold medal at the IIHF in Slovakia.
Where is she now? Peyton still has one more year to play for Andover before heading off to play for the Minnesota Gophers.

Annie Kuehl
Position- Forward
High School- Edina
Grad Year- 2019
Highlights- Annie was a team player who had great instincts and could come up big for Edina. She had great control and some fantastic moves to beat the opposition. She had 47 points in 31 games her senior season. She had great instincts, was a danger in the offensive zone and could always create opportunities.
Accomplishments- Annie served as captain of her Edina team her senior season. She helped take Edina to three straight state championship title games winning all three consecutive years from 2017-2019. She was acknowledged by being named to the All-Tournament team her senior year.
Where is she now? Annie is currently finishing her freshman year playing Division I for Princeton.

Madison Bizal
Position- Defense
High School- Elk River/Zimmerman
Grad Year- 2018
Highlights- Madison was a highly skilled defender who was also a leader for her Elk River/Zimmerman team. She tallied over 100 points throughout her high school career. She was a fighter and a strong competitor who had a strong quick shot. She was solid on the blue line and strong in the defensive zone.
Accomplishments- Madison was assistant captain her junior season and captained her team her senior year. She participated in the IIHF’s in Russia in 2018 for the U.S. U-18’s Women’s National Team winning the gold medal. She received All-Conference and All- State honors and was a Ms. Hockey finalist, 2018.
Where is she now? Madison is currently playing Division I hockey for Ohio State.

Addie Burton
Position- Forward
High School- Blake
Grad Year- 2020
Highlights- Addie is a selfless player who has been a leader for her team. She has always put forth a great effort and is a fantastic playmaker. She tallied 55 points in 27 games her senior season. She is a top line player who has size and speed. She has hockey sense and great anticipation. Addie will be greatly missed next year for Blake.
Accomplishments- Addie was a member of the 1st place 2017 State Championship team with Blake. She was All-Metro first team, 2019. She was a Ms. Hockey semifinalist, 2020. She participated in three straight U.S. player development camps from 2016-2018. Addie also played in the 2018 USA Hockey Women’s National Festival.
Where is she now? Addie is currently finishing her senior year at Blake before heading off to the University of Minnesota.

Emily Oden
Position- Forward
High School- Edina
Grad Year- 2018
Highlights- Emily was a fierce competitor and was a standout on the ice. She was dangerous with the puck and had a great shot. She had a total 50 points on the regular season with another 10 during playoffs accumulating 60 points in 31 games played. She was smart and a team leader and captain.
Accomplishments- Emily helped to guide her team to two State Tournament back to back championship titles in 2017 and again in 2018. Emily was named to the All-Tournament team in 2018 and was a Ms. Hockey finalist the same year. In 2016 and 2017 she won gold at the IIHF World Championships.
Where is she now? Emily is currently playing Division I hockey for the Minnesota Gophers.

Olivia Mobley
Position- Forward
High School- Breck
Grad Year- 2020
Highlights- Olivia has been one of the most domineering forwards these last few years in girls’ high school hockey. She knows how to put the puck in the net and is a great playmaker as well. She is strong on her skates and physical. She had an astonishing total of 96 points during her senior campaign.
Accomplishments- Olivia was captain of her team and helped take them to three straight State Title Championship games winning all three consecutively in 2018, 2019 and 2020. She was named to the All-Tournament team in those same three years. She was also named Metro Player of the Year, 2020. In 2018 she was part of the U-18 USA Hockey Player Development Camp. She ended her senior year winning the coveted Ms. Hockey award, 2020.
Where is she now? Olivia is currently finishing her senior year at Breck before heading to Quinnipiac.

Quinn Kuntz
Position- Goalie
High School- Warroad
Grad Year- 2019
Highlights- Quinn was a strong and reliable goalie who was hard to score on and could make the big saves when her team needed her to. She wasn’t afraid to play the puck and did so when she saw an opportunity. She had an incredible regular season save percentage of over .960. She also accumulated an astonishing 14 shutouts in that season.
Accomplishments- Quinn helped take her team to the State Tournament title game in both 2018 and 2019. She was also named one of the teams’ captains her senior year, a great achievement for a goalie. She was a member of the All-Tournament team in both 2018 and 2019. Quinn was also recognized by being named one of five finalists for senior goalie of the year 2019.
Where is she now? Quinn is playing Division I hockey for the Ohio State Buckeyes.

Vivan Jungels
Position- Defense
High School- Edina
Grad Year- 2022
Highlights- Vivian is a strong solid defender who stands out on her team. She has played beyond her years and more like a well-seasoned veteran of the game. In her freshman and sophomore seasons she has amassed an astonishing 86 points, and twice led her team in section playoff points putting her on a record breaking pace.
Accomplishments- Vivian helped lead her 15U A Edina team to the State Championship title in 2018. In her first two seasons on varsity she has won the State Tournament title, 2019 and this last season took home the 2nd place trophy. She was named to the All-Tournament team both of those years. Vivian was also in the 2018 USA Women’s Hockey National Festival.
Where is she now? Vivian is currently finishing up high school at Edina before heading to the University of Minnesota.

Naomi Rogge
Position- Forward
High School- Eden Prairie
Grad Year- 2017
Highlights- Naomi had great speed and knew how to beat her opponent. She was smart and a natural goal scorer. Naomi tallied 54 points during the regular season of her senior year in 25 games played. She added another 12 points during playoffs and the state tournament bringing her total to 66 points in 30 games for the season.
Accomplishments- Naomi was captain of her Eden Prairie team and helped them to the State Tournament her senior year where they took 3rd place. She was part of the team that took home the title the year before. She was named to the All-Tournament team as both a junior and a senior. Naomi was also a Minnesota Ms. Hockey finalist 2017. She participated in USA’s U-18 National Development Camp, 2016.
Where is she now? Naomi is currently in her junior year playing hockey for the UMD Bulldogs.

Lily Delianedis
Position- Forward
High School- Blake
Grad Year- 2020
Highlights- Lily has a lot of speed and plays with heart and perseverance. She creates chances just about every time she’s on the ice. In her senior season she accumulated 74 points in just 27 games played. She’s an absolute danger on the ice and is a natural goal scorer.
Accomplishments- Lily was part of the 2017 Blake team that won the Class A State Title. She was also named to the All-Tournament team that same year. Lily captained her team and was a Ms. Hockey finalist in 2020. In 2018 she attended the girls U-18 USA Select Development Camp.
Where is she now? Lily is finishing her senior year at Blake before heading to Cornell.

Joie Phelps
Position- Forward
High School- St. Paul United
Grad Year- 2017
Highlights- Joie was a smart heads up player and a leader for her SPU team. She was gritty, passionate and a great decision maker. She was a two way player, always kept her head up and was an exceptional playmaker. She accumulated 63 points her senior year in 30 games played, averaging over 2 points a game.
Accomplishments- Joie was captain of her team and helped lead SPU to two straight Runner-up State Tournament trophies in 2016 and 2017. She was also named to the All-Tournament team those same years. On top of that she was acknowledged by being named a Minnesota Ms. Hockey semifinalist, 2017.
Where is she now? Joie is currently playing Division I hockey at Cornell.

Haylee Blinkhorn
Position- Forward
High School- Hill-Murray
Grad Year- 2019
Highlights- Haylee was a talented hockey player that could read and anticipate the play extremely well. She could move and control the puck in and out of traffic and was a great playmaker and goal scorer. She was smart and quick, and she ended her senior season with a total of 46 points.
Accomplishments- Haylee was part of the Hill-Murray team that took the State Title in 2015. She was a captain of her team both her junior and senior seasons. She participated in the U-18 Select Player Development Camp in 2017. She was also honored by being named a Minnesota Ms. Hockey semifinalist, 2019.
Where is she now? Haylee is playing Division I hockey for Boston University.

Hannah Corneliusen
Position- Forward
High School- Warroad
Grad Year- 2020
Highlights- Hannah is a threat anytime she steps on the ice. She is a natural goal scorer and dangerous with the puck. She finds a way to win the battles and is rarely left off the scoresheet. She has size, speed and skill. She had an incredible 85 points her senior season in just 30 games played. She will be missed by Warroad next season.
Accomplishments- Hannah participated in the 2017 USA Player Development Camp. She also helped to take her team to back to back championship state tournament title games in 2018 and 2019. She was named to the All-Tournament team those same years. She was captain of her team and finished her senior season by being named a Minnesota Ms. Hockey finalist.
Where is she now? Hannah is finishing up at Warroad before heading off to play Div. I for Merrimack.