MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Roseville senior center Renee Curtin has been named Minnesota's Ms. Hockey for 2001, capping a prep career that included two state championships.
Curtin closed out her career with 544 points, the most by any Minnesota high school hockey player. She was a five-time All-State, All-Metro and All-Conference player and helped the Raiders win state titles in 1996 and 1999.
Other finalists for the award: Joccie Cookson of Jefferson, Larissa Luther of Jefferson, Nicole Magnuson of Chisago Lakes and Becky Stewart of Rosemount.
Curtin is the third Roseville player to win the award in its six-year history. The others were Winny Brodt in 1996 and Ronda Curtin in 1998.
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