Michigan's Carrie Frost Named May 12 Western Division Player of the Week

Carrie Frost
Carrie Frost

BRIDGEPORT, Pa.  -- Carrie Frost (Jr., Saline, Mich./Saline) of the No. 10-ranked University of Michigan water polo team was named CWPA Western Division Player of the Week for the first time in her career, the league announced Tuesday (May 13). Frost scored in each of the Wolverines' three contests at the NCAA Championship this past weekend (May 9-11).

Frost helped engineer Michigan's comeback bid against No. 5-ranked San Diego State in the fifth-place game. Trailing by three heading into the third period, Frost ignited a five-goal onslaught from the Wolverines, scoring a pair of goals within 30 seconds of each other. She also had a steal in the contest. In U-M's second NCAA Championship win in program history, Frost dented the twine once, had an assist and a pair of steals in the Wolverines' victory over Marist. In the championship quarterfinal match against No. 2-ranked Southern Cal, Frost had a goal and a steal.

During her junior campaign, Frost netted 31 goals and had 27 assists to go with 37 steals.

The Wolverines finished in sixth at the NCAA Championship after they clinched their seventh straight CWPA Western Division crown and third Eastern Championship title.

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