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Maidstone player shines in ACHA national championship in the United States.
Chloe Burt hoists the cup high as Adrian Bulldogs win a national championship.


Goalie Chloe Burt of Maidstone and her U.S. Adrian College Women’s Division 1 hockey team clinched their first ACHA national championship in program history.

The Adrian Bulldogs defeated Minot State Beavers 4 to 1 in the final game of the season March 10. Chloe, No. 29, stirred away 27 shots to help lead her team to glory.

Her parents, Amanda and Shane Burt of Maidstone, sister Madison and partner Casey, and brother Lee and partner Kenzie made the 28-hour drive to Adrian, Mich. to see Chloe’s last game as an Adrian senior. All other family and friends watched livestream and cheered from home.

Chloe started in hockey when she was 11 years old, begging her parents to let her play and, thinking she’d dislike being a goalie, they put her in. She loved it and, as Amanda said, “Here we are today.”

Chloe finished her senior season and second with the Bulldogs holding a 17-6-3 record, a .935 save percentage, 1.36 goals against average and seven shutouts. She led the nation in games played (27), wins (17) and minutes played (1,583) in 2023-24. She also earned the Goaltender of the Tournament award for the CCWHA Division 1 Playoffs earlier this month. The award marks the first All-Conference regular season selection for the graduating netminder.

Chloe finishes a bachelor of science degree May 5 and begins her doctorate of chiropractic on May 15 which will consume the next four years. Congratulations on and off the ice, Chloe.