GLOUCESTER, Mass. – Rising senior Maddie Scavotto (East Falmouth, Mass.) and recent graduate Brenden Cain '18 of the Saint Anselm College ice hockey programs were recently named to the American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA) Krampade All-American Scholars list.
The exclusive list recognizes varsity ice hockey student-athletes that attain at least a 3.6 grade-point average each semester and participate in at least 40% of their team's contests or produce on the ice as a key reserve. There were 1,310 selections across NCAA Division II and III in 2017-18.
Scavotto, who boasts a 4.0 GPA while double-majoring in Psychology and Spanish, was named Saint Anselm's third-ever CoSIDA Academic All-America® in early June. Cain, a Business and Finance major, is a seven-time Northeast-10 Conference Commissioner's Honor Roll selection who was named Most Valuable Player of the NE10 Championship this past season.
On the ice this season, Scavotto led all Division I and II goaltenders in goals-against average (0.99) while ranking third in save percentage (.942) and tying for fourth in shutouts (7). In 15 starts during her junior campaign, she went 10-2-3 with 243 saves while allowing 15 goals in over 900 minutes in net to help her team to a 21-4-4 record.
For her career, Scavotto boasts a 29-4-5 record while allowing just 40 goals in 38 starts for a 1.04 GAA, the second-best mark in program history. She also owns Saint Anselm's third-best career save percentage (.930) and ranks fifth in both wins (29) and shutouts (15), while sitting sixth in saves (534).
Cain made five appearances in net as a senior, posting a 3-0-0 record alongside a 1.67 goals-against average across 216-plus minutes in goal. He earned NE10 Championship MVP honors with 17 saves after coming into the contest with his team down by a 5-2 margin, helping the Hawks to a 6-5 overtime victory over Saint Michael's on Mar. 3.
He wrapped up his career with 12 appearances and a 2.66 goals-against average across just over 361 minutes of action. He notched 139 saves, including a career-high mark of 86 stops during the 2017-18 season.