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The award is named for hockey player Laura Hurd, who played collegiately at Elmira College and was killed in a car accident in 2006, a year after winning the award. Hurd holds the NCAA Division III record for career scoring with 237 points over four years; she was a four-time All-American and led Elmira to two national championships.
|2000||Sylvia Ryan||Forward||Middlebury College|
|2001||Michelle Labbe||Forward||Middlebury College|
|2002||Sarah Moe||Forward||Gustavus Adolphus College|
|2003||Angela Kapus||Forward||Middlebury College|
|2004||Molly Wasserman||Forward||Williams College|
|2005||Laura Hurd||Forward||Elmira College|
|2006||Emily Quizon||Forward||Middlebury College|
|2007||Andrea Peterson||Defense||Gustavus Adolphus College|
|2008||Danielle Blanchard||Forward||State University of New York at Plattsburgh|
|2009||Kayla Coady||Forward||Elmira College|
|2010||Isabel Iwachiw||Goaltender||Trinity College|
|2011||Sarah Dagg||Forward||Rochester Institute of Technology|
Winners by schoolEdit
|Gustavus Adolphus College||2|
|Rochester Institute of Technology||1|
|State University of New York at Plattsburgh||1|
Winners by positionEdit