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Ferris State’s Marshall Moise named NCAA first star of week

 

By @MichaelCaples –

Marshall Moise missed nine games due to an injury.

He made his presence felt this past weekend in his return to the line-up.

The St. Clair Shores native and junior forward for the Ferris State Bulldogs posted a WCHA-best four goals and four points, en route to being named the conference’s and the NCAA’s first star of the week.

Moise scored twice in the Bulldogs’ 2-2 comeback tie against Alabama-Huntsville on Friday, before scoring two more in Saturday’s 3-1 win – including the game-winner.

A Belle Tire, Victory Honda and Oakland Jr. Grizzlies alum, Moise has already passed his career-best points total, having recorded seven goals and 10 total points in just eight games this season.

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