Patient and precise, Walker among NCAA hockey’s top snipers
The perfect blend of patience and precision, Anchorage’s Nolan Walker of the St. Cloud State hockey team is among the most accurate shooters in the NCAA.
The freshman forward has scored five goals on just 13 shots – the third best shooting percentage (.385) among all D1 players who have attempted at least 10 shots on the season.
Walker has posted 5-8—13 totals in 12 games.
Walker started his college career with a five-game points streak. He scored two goals against Boston College and Denver.
This weekend he registered an assist in the series against Bemidji State.
NCAA Hockey Leaders
Shooting Percentage (min. 10 shots)
.455 5-11 Hunter Wendt Ferris State
.417 5-12 Collin Saccoman Lake Superior
.385 5-13 Nolan Walker St. Cloud
.364 4-11 Jason Tackett Ferris State
.350 7-20 Liam Finlay Denver