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Women’s hockey veteran Winny Brodt-Brown retires

Women’s hockey veteran Winny Brodt-Brown retires

Defenseman Winny Brodt-Brown, who played for the Minnesota Whitecaps from 2004-11 and once again from 2017-22, has retired, the Premier Hockey Federation group declared on Tuesday.

Brodt-Brown, 44, was the initially winner of the Minnesota Ms. Hockey Award in 1996 at Roseville Higher School and later played for the Gophers and was on U.S. groups who attained silver medals at the 2000 and 2001 IIHF Women’s Globe Championships.

As a Whitecap, she played on teams that received 3 Western Women’s Hockey League titles (2009-11) and one particular Countrywide Women’s Hockey League title or Isobel Cup (2019). She also was the staff captain three of the previous four seasons.

Eleven-time champion

Defending champion Leigh Klasse received her 11th MGA Women’s Amateur Senior Championship, taking pictures a closing 81 for a 12-around 160 whole at Hastings Golfing Club.

Jacqueline Santopietro concluded two shots back again.

Klasse, of Cumberland, Wis., was the low newbie in the Land O’Lakes Legends Basic in Prior Lake past weekend.

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