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Rounds 3-5 of the 2018 NWHL Draft

Some history

Colgate forward Jessie Eldridge
Michelle Jay

Yesterday, the first two rounds of the 2018 NWHL Draft gave us plenty to talk about. Today, the league concluded this year’s senior draft and announced the picks for rounds 3-5 over Twitter and Instagram. There were no prior trades involving draft picks, so all five NWHL teams came away from the 2018 Draft with five prospects.

A little bit of history was made in round three when the Riveters started things off by selecting the first-ever NCAA D-III player in the NWHL Draft. We also saw the first goalie of the draft go at the bottom of the fourth round — the Pride took RPI’s Swedish netminder Lovisa Selander off the board with the 20th overall pick. In the round before that, Boston selected Emily Clark, the fourth Pyeongchang Olympian to be selected in this year’s draft.


ROUND THREE

11 - Metropolitan Riveters | Courtney Wittig, F, University of Wisconsin Eau-Claire (D-III)

12 - Connecticut Whale | Katelyn Rae, F, Merrimack University

13 - Buffalo Beauts | Jessie Eldridge, F, Colgate University

14 - Minnesota Whitecaps | Lauren Boyle, D, the Ohio State University

15 - Boston Pride | Emily Clark, F, Wisconsin University

ROUND FOUR

16 - Metropolitan Riveters | Paige Voight, F, Merrimack University

17 - Connecticut Whale | Dominique Kremer, D, Merrimack University

18 - Buffalo Beauts | Olivia Zafuto, D, Colgate University

19 - Minnesota Whitecaps | Grace Bizal, D, Boston College

20 - Boston Pride | Lovisa Selander, G, RPI

ROUND FIVE

21 - Metropolitan Riveters | Cailey Hutchison, F, University of Maine

22 - Connecticut Whale | Maggie LaGue, D, Robert Morris University

23 - Buffalo Beauts | Nicole Schammel, F, University of Minnesota

24 - Minnesota Whitecaps | Karlie Lund, F, Princeton University

25 - Boston Pride | Jenna Rheault, D, University of New Hampshire