Boston Pride goalkeeper, Brittany Ott, has been named the NWHL Player of the Week.
On Saturday, the 26-year-old posted a 3-0 shutout win against the Connecticut Whale, marking her first shutout of the season. At the University of Maine she held the program record of 72 saves in one game and is second on the program’s all-time saves list with 2,122. She currently leads all league goalies in wins this season (4-0-0). Ott was also named the Goalkeeper of the Year at the 2016 NWHL Awards after recording the first shutout in League history.
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Otts led her team to the Isobel Cup Playoffs, posting a 1.85 GAA average, to dominate games against the New York Riveters, Buffalo Beauts and win the first-ever Isobel Cup Championship. Otts became the first goalkeeper to win both the Clarkson and the Isobel Cup. During the inaugural NWHL season, Ott led the league in wins (12) and GAA (1.93) and was second in save percentages (.926).