|Women's Ice Hockey|
Michelle Labbe, a member of the Class of 2001, is a three-time All-American who was named the AHCA Division III Women’s Hockey National Player of the Year in 2001. If the NCAA had kept statistical records prior to it becoming a championship sport in 2002, her point totals (240) and points per game (2.29) would be Division III records.
Labbe and her teams dominated play during her tenure, finishing with an astonishing record of 89-8-1, a record that includes not a single loss to a Division III team. The Panthers won four-consecutive ECAC Championships and captured the program’s first two national titles (AWCHA Champions in 2000 and 2001) prior to the NCAA sponsoring a championship in 2002.
She accumulated a school-record 132 assists in 105 games and finished her career with 108 goals, which is second all-time at Middlebury.
Her name can be found throughout the record books, as three of her four seasons place her among the single-season leaders in points, including 69 in 2001. Her 31 goals that season are third all-time at Middlebury for single-season efforts.