POTSDAM ECAC Hockey regular-season champion Clarkson took home most of the awards Friday night at the conferences annual banquet.
The Golden Knights (27-4-5 overall), who are hosting the championship weekend starting today, won or were part of five awards.
Jamie Lee Rattray was named the Player of the Year and Vanessa Gagnon won Best Defensive Forward. Erin Ambrose shared Best Defensive Defenseman with Cornells Alyssa Gagliardi. Matt and Shannon Desrosiers were named the Coaches of the Year and Gagnon won the Mandi Schwartz Student-Athlete of the Year Award.
St. Lawrence University won the SQUADLocker Athletic Trophy. Yales Phoebe Staenz was the Rookie of the Year and Harvards Emerance Maschmeyer was the Goaltender of the Year.
Clarksons Rattray and Ambrose made the ECAC Hockey first team, along with Quinnipiacs Kelly Babstock, Cornells Jillian Saulnier and Gagliardi and Harvards Maschmeyer.
Clarksons Brittany Styner, Carly Mercer and Erica Howe made the second team, as did SLUs Mel Desrochers. SLUs Brooke Webster made the All-Rookie Team.
Clarkson faces Quinnipiac in the ECAC semifinals this afternoon at Cheel. Harvard and Cornell play in the other semifinal.