Foster started both games last weekend (Feb. 21-22) versus Bowling Green, helping the Broncos earn three of four points with a 3-3 overtime tie in Kalamazoo and a 4-2 victory at BGSU.
The 6-foot, 185-pound netminder stopped 59 of 64 shots for a
stellar .922 saves percentage. He allowed just three even-strength
goals and was named Perani Cup No. 3 Star of the Game Saturday after
making a career-high 32 saves.
"We're very proud of Scott for receiving this prestigious
honor, especially so late in the season when teams are gearing up
for the playoffs," said WMU head coach Jim Culhane. It's a
tremendous honor for him and our program."
Foster has platooned in goal with junior Mike Mantua this
season. In 16 games, Foster owns a 3.43 goals-against average and
.880 saves percentage. He also sports a winning record at 6-5-2
having started 12 contests.
Foster's recognition marks the third rookie selection, and
sixth weekly award, captured by the Broncos this season.
CCHA Weekly Awards
Scott Foster — Rookie of the Week (Feb. 24)
Vince Bellissimo — Rookie of the Week (Oct. 14, Jan. 20)
Dana Lattery — Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 14)
Jeremy Cheyne — Offensive Player of the Week (Jan. 27)
Mike Mantua — Defensive Player of the Week (Nov. 18)
Foster Rookie of the Week
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