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TABLE OF CONTENTS 2

League Directory

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Commissioner Joe Bertagna

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Hockey East Staff

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Season Outlook and Coaches’ Poll

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“Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer”

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Tournament Quick Reference

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PRESS BOX NUMBERS Boston College (617) 552-4747 Boston University (617) 437-0102 Connecticut (860) 486-3808 Maine (207) 581-1049 Merrimack (978) 837-3472 New Hampshire (603) 862-0735 Northeastern (617) 373-5561 Providence (401) 865-1414 Vermont (802) 656-4193 TEAM WEBSITES Boston College bceagles.com Boston University goterriers.com Connecticut uconnhuskies.com Maine goblackbears.com Merrimack merrimackathletics.com New Hampshire unhwildcats.com Northeastern gonu.com Providence friars.com Vermont uvmathletics.com

Season Snapshots 13-25 League Awards

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National Awards

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Record Book 30-32 Composite Schedule 33-34

2017-18 Women’s Hockey East Media Guide produced by the Hockey East Association

STAFF AND CONTACT INFO

Editor: Brian Smith Contributors: Joe Bertagna, Kevin Edelson, Nich Hall, Asha Michener, Steven Lewis, Tyson McHatten, Doug Poole, Moira Sweeney, Ryan Gallant, Bobby Smith, Lizz Summers, USA Hockey, and Kathy Wynters

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The Women’s Hockey East Association

GAME DAY DIRECTORY

591 North Ave #2 Wakefield, MA 01880 Phone: (781) 245-2122 Fax: (781) 245-2492 HockeyEastOnline.com Commissioner – Joe Bertagna Associate Commissioner – Kathy Wynters Associate Commissioner - Brian Smith Supervisor of Officials – Dave Lezenski Asst. to Supervisor of Officials – Tim Hooton 2017-18 Graduate Interns – Meghan Pflieger, Carolyn Stacey Web Site Coordinator – Dan Parkhurst

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Press releases are sent to selected media every Monday afternoon during the season and are also available online for both media and public use. Any member of the media may be added to our direct distribution list upon request.

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THIS IS WHEA

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The Women’s Hockey East Association celebrates its 16th season of play in 2017-18. Over the first 15 years, the league has emerged as one of the top women’s ice hockey conferences in the nation, having sent 11 teams to the Frozen Four and 22 teams to the NCAA Tournament. In 2011 and 2013, both Boston College and Boston University advanced to the women’s Frozen Four, and the Terriers moved on to the NCAA championship game on both occasions. Last season, Boston College played in its third consecutive Frozen Four. In 2017, the Boston College Eagles captured their third Hockey East Tournament title, repeating as the league champions for the first time in program history. As the Hockey East Tournament Champion, BC was presented with the renamed Bertagna Trophy in honor of the Women’s Hockey East conference’s founding commissioner Joe Bertagna. The Eagles were also represented in the three major awards at the postseason banquet, with BC’s Megan Keller taking home the Cammi Granato Award as the league’s best player. Keller will take the 2017-18 season off as she prepares for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games with Team USA. Providence’s Bob Deraney was named the Coach of Year for the third time in his career behind the Friars’ bench, while Providence’s Whitney Dove and Maine’s Tereza Vanisova split rookie of the year accolades. A record 124 student-athletes were named to the league’s 201617 All-Academic Team. Each student-athlete achieved a grade point average of 3.0 or better in each of the two academic periods during which she was actively competing. Twelve women achieved a perfect 4.0 to share honors as the Hockey East Top Scholar-Athlete. Those players include goaltenders Annie Belanger (Sherbrooke, Que./UConn) and Lea-Kristine Demers (Repentigny, Que./Merrimack), defensemen Meghan Martin (Newport, Vt./Merrimack) and Paige Sorensen (Plymouth, Minn./Merrimack), and forwards Annie Boeckers (Otsego, Minn./ Merrimack), Natasia Burzynski (Rye, N.H./Providence), Abigail Chapman (Beverley Hills, Mich./New Hampshire), Marie Delarbre (Fussen, Germany/Merrimack), Kate Haslett (Rothesay, New Brunswick/New Hampshire), Madison Morey (Fairbanks, Alaska/Merrimack), Kourtney Menches (Greer, S.C./Vermont), and Lindsay Roethke (Buffalo, Minn./ UConn). Five players reached “Distinguished Scholar” status in 201617, having qualified for the All-Academic team in each of four seasons of varsity play, while 21 others are three-time honorees. In February 2007, the league debuted its inaugural “Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer”. The one-day event was hosted by Hockey East schools as a way to establish a greater fan base, to raise needed funds, and to work with the specific charities to raise awareness for both the league and the specific cause. In the initial year, close to $20,000 was donated back to local breast cancer charities Friends of Mel’s Foundation and the American Cancer Society, vastly exceeding expectations. Last year the league raised over $30,000 to bring the 10-year total to over $300,000. “Skating Strides” has won two national awards at NACMA in the “Single Day Attendance Promotion” category in 2007 and 2009, and in 2016 Kathy Wynters was honored at the one hundred, a fundraising and awareness initiative that honors those that have displayed a commitment to fighting cancer. The 11th annual “Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer” will have an event on each WHEA campus this season, as well as participation by all of the Hockey East men’s teams over the course of the second half of the season. As women’s ice hockey steadily expanded from its original status as an emerging sport to its current position as an established NCAA championship sport, it became apparent that Hockey East needed to consider sponsoring a separate league to accommodate its five member schools that initially had varsity programs for women: Boston College, Maine, New Hampshire, Northeastern and Providence. Discussions about this proposed league continued until a split in the Eastern College Athletic Conference grouped the five aforementioned programs into a separate league alongside three other unaffiliated programs. This newly formed eight-team division was dubbed the ECAC Women’s Eastern League. Seeking league solidarity, administrators from the five Hockey East institutions acted almost immediately to create a new conference. In September of 2001, the long-incubated idea became a reality

when the athletic directors voted to found the new women’s league under the existing Hockey East banner, with play scheduled to begin no later than the 2004-05 season. The five schools with varsity programs entered as charter members with the stipulation that any other Hockey East school that added a varsity women’s program in the future would be freely admitted to the league. In 2015-16, Hockey East welcomed Merrimack as the newest member of the women’s ranks under that clause. Expediting the process in the interest of the participating teams, the league, and the sport itself, Commissioner Joe Bertagna worked with a selected task force to successfully prepare the Hockey East women’s league for launch in the 2002-03 season, two years ahead of schedule. An important part of that process was the acceptance of an invitation extended to the University of Connecticut to join the newly formed league as its sixth active member. The triumphant effort immediately afforded the participating administrators a stronger voice in the advancement of their women’s ice hockey programs and alleviated the ECAC of continuing the maintenance of the ECAC Women’s Eastern League. Players, fans, coaches and administrators alike anticipated the intensified competition created by a new circle of teams that had already been such familiar rivals. In 2005, the Women’s Hockey East Association welcomed the addition of two additional teams to its growing family: Boston University and the University of Vermont. For BU, it marked the inaugural season for women’s hockey as a varsity sport. The league athletic directors voted in June of 2012 to expand the playoff format, allowing all eight teams within the conference to qualify for the playoffs beginning after the 2012-13 regular season. The significant jump was contrasted with six teams and four teams in previous seasons. While the Women’s Hockey East Association continues to grow, adding Holy Cross as its 10th member in 2018-19, its member programs have storied histories that include several championships and individual awards at the highest levels of play. The first 13 ECAC championships were shared among New Hampshire, Northeastern and Providence, all charter members of the Women’s Hockey East Association. Northeastern forward Brooke Whitney was named the recipient of the 2002 Patty Kazmaier Award as the nation’s top female collegiate player, an honor first won by New Hampshire’s Brandy Fisher in 1998. Had the award been in existence beforehand, it surely would have been won at some point by Cammi Granato, a three-time ECAC Player of the Year who led Providence to back-to-back championships in 1992 and 1993. Five years later, in 1998, alongside nine other alums of what are now Women’s Hockey East Association programs, Granato captained Team USA to the Olympic gold medal during the first Olympic tournament that featured women’s ice hockey as a medal sport. Granato was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame in October of 2010 for her contributions to the sport. Beginning in 2009, the WHEA athletic directors voted to honor the league Player of the Year with the Cammi Granato Award. Perhaps the proudest legacy that the Women’s Hockey East Association has established is the Hockey Humanitarian Award. The most prestigious off-ice honor, and arguably the highest overall honor in the sport, the Hockey Humanitarian Award recognizes college hockey’s finest citizen each year and encompasses both male and female athletes in all divisions. Its winners have demonstrated outstanding contributions to society through leadership in charity work and volunteerism. Northeastern senior forward Missy Elumba was the 2009 recipient, as the fifth Hockey East student-athlete to receive the prestigious honor. Elumba was the 14th all-time recipient and joined former Husky goaltender Chanda Gunn, who received the award in 2004, as the second athlete in Northeastern women’s hockey history. BC’s Sarah Carlson received the award in 2005, making Women’s Hockey East the first league to boast back-to-back winners. The 2017-18 season marks Women Hockey East’s 16th season on the ice, and the fourth time the Olympics have coincided with a league schedule. Boston College’s Megan Keller and Kali Flanagan will join Team USA at the Winter Games, while former Hockey East players Kacey Bellamy (UNH), Emily Pfalzer (BC), Alex Carpenter (BC), Kendall Coyne (NU), and Amanda Pelkey (UVM) will also join the U.S. ranks. #


MEMBER SCHOOL DIRECTORY BOSTON UNIVERSITY

2601 Beacon St., Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 Athletic Director - Martin Jarmond Head Coach - Katie Crowley Media Relations - Lizz Summers (617) 552-8841 summerel@bc.edu

285 Babcock St., Boston, MA 02215 Athletic Director - Drew Marrochello Head Coach - Brian Durocher Media Relations - Kevin Edelson (617) 358-4177 kedelson@bu.edu

UCONN

UNIVERSITY of MAINE

2905 Hillside Rd., Storrs, CT 06269 Athletic Director - David Benedict Head Coach - Chris MacKenzie Media Relations - Steven Lewis (860) 486-1498 steven.l.lewis@uconn.edu

5747 Memorial Gym, Orono, ME 04469 Athletic Director- Karlton Creech Head Coach - Richard Reichenbach Media Relations - Samantha Spargo samantha.spargo@maine.edu

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BOSTON COLLEGE

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UNIVERSITY of NEW HAMPSHIRE

315 Turnpike St., North Andover, MA 01845 145 Main St., Durham, NH 03824 Athletics Director - Jeremy Gibson Athletic Director - Marty Scarano Head Coach - Erin Hamlen Head Coach - Hilary Witt Media Relations - Jaimen Romano (978) 837-5053 Media Relations - Brandon Poli (603) 862-3835 johnstonca@merrimack.edu brandon.poli@.unh.edu MERRIMACKATHLETICS.COM UNHWILDCATS. COM

NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

360 Huntington Ave., Boston, MA 02115 1 Cunningham Sq., 549 River Ave. Providence, RI 02918 Athletic Director - Peter Roby Athletic Director - Robert Driscoll Head Coach - Dave Flint Head Coach - Bob Deraney Media Relations - Asha Michener (617) 373-2691 Media Relations - Mimi Borkan (401) 865-1733 a.michener@neu.edu mborkan@friars.providence.edu

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UNIVERSITY of VERMONT 97 Spear St., Burlington, VT 05405 Athletic Director - Jeff Schulman Head Coach - Jim Plumer Media Relations - Alastair Ingram (802) 656-1109 alastair.ingram@uvm.edu

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JOE BERTAGNA

COMMISSIONER JOE BERTAGNA

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Hockey East Commis- the job. Shortly thereafter, league tournament in that capacity. In this role, he has overseen sioner Joe Bertagna is attendance rocketed upward, leading to the the growth of AHCA membership from fewer in his 36th year as a event’s first-ever sellout in 2000. Bertagna was than 300 members in 1992 to more than 1,400 college hockey admin- instrumental in bringing about the formation of members today. He has served two separate istrator. This season the Women’s Hockey East Association, just as stints on the NCAA Ice Hockey Rules Commarks his 21st year he initiated league play for both Division I and mittee, chairing the committee both his first with Hockey East, after Division III women’s programs while with the time through and currently back as chair of serving in a similar ca- ECAC. In 2013, the directors recognized his the committee this year. He also serves on the pacity with the Eastern contributions to the women’s game by dub- Board of Directors of both USA Hockey and College Athletic Con- bing the Women’s Hockey East championship the Hockey Humanitarian Award Foundation. ference (ECAC) for 15 trophy the Bertagna Trophy. Another major contribution on the national years. He is the longest Media coverage has soared under Bertag- stage has come in his continuing role with the serving commissioner na’s direction, as evidenced by his engineering Hockey Commissioners Association (HCA). in Hockey East history numerous regional and national deals with New The commissioners of the six NCAA Division I and is currently the England Sports Network (NESN), the American men’s ice hockey conferences have launched longest serving hock- Sports Network, NBC Sports Network and a number of initiatives that have helped grow ey commissioner in the NCAA. In September of ESPN3. the game at the national and international 2016, Hockey East directors extended Bertagna’s Bertagna has also delivered a number of levels. In recent years, Bertagna was instrucontract through the 2019-20 season as a direct high profile special events for Hockey East mental in securing funds for the formation of response to a number of triumphs for the confer- member schools. During the 2015-16 season, College Hockey, Inc., the marketing arm of ence, including a successful hosting of the 2015 UMass Lowell and Northeastern University the HCA. NCAA Frozen Four in Boston, a new television played in the first Friendship Four Tournament Beyond his college hockey accomplishcontract, multiple sold-out events at Fenway Park, over Thanksgiving weekend in Belfast, Northern ments, Bertagna has forged an international and the addition of the University of Notre Dame Ireland, along with Brown University and Col- reputation as a student and coach of goaltenand the University of Connecticut to the confer- gate University. Vermont and Massachusetts ding. No one in North America is respected ence membership. followed a year later and this fall, Maine and more for his contributions to the study of the In the summer of 2017, Bertagna’s career ac- Providence will participate. Boston University position. Last year, he celebrated his 44th year complishments were recognized with as a goalie coach, having operated a pair of prestigious honors as he was his own clinics for thousands of presented the Distinguished Service goalies of all ages throughout New Award by USA Hockey and was inductEngland since 1974. He continues to ed into the Massachusetts Hockey Hall speak on the subject for USA Hockof Fame by Massachusetts Hockey. ey throughout the United States. The Distinguished Service Award was Through his camps, lectures, print of particular satisfaction to Bertagna materials and DVDs, he has influgiven that previous recipients included enced the teaching of young goaltwo of his college coaches, Tim Taylor tenders more than any other goaland Bill Cleary, along with Hockey East tending coach in the United States. luminaries Jerry York, Jack Parker and His seventh DVD, “Goaltending Ben Smith. This season, his ECAC years Today: Traditional Values through will be recognized when he is scheduled New Techniques,” was released by to be inducted into the ECAC Hall of Championship Productions of Ames, Fame. Iowa, in 2011. He began his profes Bertagna has carved out a unique sional coaching career in 1985 with career in the sport he first played as the Boston Bruins, remaining with a freshman goaltender at Harvard the club as the goaltender coach University in 1969. Since starting as a until 1991 and rejoining the team for player, Bertagna has served the game the 1994-95 season. He also part of as coach, administrator and journalist. the coaching staffs of the U.S. Men’s Bertagna recently traveled to Belfast, Northern Ireland in prepaThe latter role has been largely overNational Team at the 1991 Canada shadowed by his coaching and adminCup, the U.S. Olympic Men’s Ice ration of the third annual Friendship Four tournament in 2017. istrative accomplishments but Bertagna Hockey Team at the 1994 Winter has authored a number of books, the most recent and UConn are slated to appear next season. Olympics, and with the Milwaukee Admirals being, “The Hockey Coaching Bible,” released in In January of 2010, Bertagna and his staff from 1994-96. the fall of 2015 by Human Kinetics. The collection administered the first outdoor college hockey Bertagna enjoyed a brief college coaching of instructional pieces includes chapters written game in the east when Boston’s fabled Fenway career at Harvard University in the late 1970s, by a number of coaches with ties to Hockey East, Park played host to a Hockey East double- serving as Men’s Junior Varsity Coach in including Bertagna, Mike Cavanaugh, Mark Den- header. The event, which sold out on the first 1976-77 and launching Harvard’s women’s nehy, Nate Leaman, Jack Parker and Ben Smith. day of public sale in September 2009, was an ice hockey program in 1977-78. He served Bertagna has also written numerous books on unprecedented success for the conference, as head coach of Harvard Women’s Hockey goaltending as well as a pictorial history of Harvard both financially and in terms of exposure. In for two seasons. University athletics. In the mid-1980’s, Bertagna January 2012, Bertagna negotiated another As a player, Bertagna began at Arlington also edited two editions of Not The Boston Globe, contract with the Red Sox, creating a double- (Mass.) High School, before going on to Hara successful parody of the daily newspaper sold header for January 2012 featuring the league’s vard University. During his early career, he throughout New England. four Division I state universities: Maine, Mas- played for and learned from four Hall of Fame Bertagna is best known for his administrative sachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont. coaches: Ed Burns at Arlington, and Ralph work in college hockey. After spending 15 years As in 2010, the event sold out, leading to the “Cooney” Weiland, Bill Cleary and Tim Taylor as the primary ice hockey administrator the ECAC, addition of third contest, BC vs. Northeastern. at Harvard. A two-year starter at Harvard Bertagna became Hockey East’s fourth com- For the 2014 iteration, Bertagna negotiated for (1971-72 and 1972-73), Bertagna led the Ivy missioner on July 1, 1997. A native of Arlington, the inclusion of eight of Hockey East’s 11 men’s League with a 2.45 GAA in 1972. After HarMassachusetts, Bertagna began working at the teams, including newcomer Notre Dame. In vard, he played professionally for the MilwauECAC in 1982, when he was named Tournament 2017, another pair of doubleheaders insured kee Admirals and in Cortina, Italy. He helped Director. He was later named Executive Director of that all Hockey East schools have enjoyed the lead his S.G. Cortina d’Ampezzo squad to the Ice Hockey before he was appointed Ice Hockey Fenway experience since the outdoor games 1975 Italian Championship. Commissioner in 1991. Bertagna and his wife Kathy, a two-sport began. Bertagna made his mark immediately at Hock- Nationally, Bertagna has been the Executive athlete at Bates College, reside in Gloucester ey East, engineering a multi-year television deal Director of the American Hockey Coaches As- with their three children, Bobby (21), Joey (19) (SportsChannel New England) in his first month on sociation since 1991, the only person to serve and Grace (16).


HOCKEY EAST STAFF Kathy Wynters – Associate Commissioner LEAGUE STAFF

Kathy Wynters is entering her 12th season as Associate Commissioner, 23rd year overall with the conference. As Joe Bertagna’s chief assistant, her primary responsibilities include the day-to-day and business operations of both the men’s and women’s leagues, along with the administration of the two championship tournaments, and special events like Frozen Fenway and the Belfast Friendship Four Tournament. She served as Tournament Manager of the 2015 Frozen Four, and oversees both the Hockey East licensing and sponsorship programs. Prior to her promotion, Wynters served Hockey East as Director of Marketing and Special Events from 2001-06. Wynters was the driving force behind the creation of both the “Road to the TD Garden” and “Bertagna Trophy” Tours, as well as the Hockey East Kids Club, and “Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer” initiative. After 11 seasons, the Skating Strides program has raised over $300,000 for grass roots breast cancer initiatives, while at the same time has increased attendance at women’s hockey games and gave the student-athletes the opportunity to give back to the communities in which they study and play hockey. The Skating Strides program was recognized in May 2016 as a “100 Everyday Amazing” recipient. Sponsored by Mass General Hospital, this international award program honors individuals and groups — caregivers, researchers, philanthropists, advocates and volunteers from around the globe — whose commitment to the fight against cancer is inspirational. A native of Quincy, Massachusetts, the former Kathy Walsh earned a B.S. degree in marketing from Providence College in 1982. She began her career while an undergraduate, as a three-year intern with the men’s hockey team. Following graduation, she served the Friars in two capacities; first as Assistant Sports Information Director (primary men’s hockey contact) and then as Assistant Athletic Director, Athletic Marketing. While at PC, and before Hockey East had a full-time staff, Wynters worked with former PC athletic director, and then Commissioner, Lou Lamoriello on the launch of the conference in 1983, and then coordinated the first three Hockey East championship tournaments (1985-87). She also served as Tournament Director for the 1986 NCAA Men’s Frozen Four at the Providence Civic Center, co-hosted by Brown and Providence College. In 1988, Wynters left her position at PC and moved over to Hockey East on a full-time basis, where she served the conference as Assistant Commissioner during the late 80’s and early 90’s, before going on to work for the New Jersey Devils in the NHL, spending three years as a Marketing Director, coordinating licensing and souvenir merchandising. Among her earlier accomplishments at Hockey East, Wynters worked with Joe Bertagna in coordinating the first and only “Hockeyfest” events, combining the ECAC and Hockey East championships into single weekend events from 1989-91. Kathy and her husband Chuck (a retired on-ice official for Hockey East), reside in Waltham, Massachusetts. They have two grown children: daughter Annie (25), is a high school special education teacher, and son Charles (24), is a certified athletic trainer (ATC).

Brian Smith - Associate Commissioner Smith enters his fourth season with the Hockey East Association and first as Associate Commissioner after spending three years as Director of Communications. In this role, he is responsible for all marketing and public and media relations efforts from the league office. In his first three years with Hockey East, Smith has revitalized the digital presence of the conference by revamping the league website, HockeyEastOnline.com, and its social media channels to develop the most heavily followed accounts in college hockey. Smith also served as the main media contact for the 2015 Frozen Four, hosted by Hockey East and the TD Garden, and assisted in the successful execution of the Friendship Four Tournament in Belfast, Northern Ireland and Frozen Fenway events. He has also played a key role in Hockey East’s television negotiations, while spearheading new digital ventures for the league. Smith has been involved with numerous other endeavors during his time with Hockey East, including assisting with multiple NCAA Ice Hockey Officiating Department programs, serving on the media relations team at the 2016 and 2017 Frozen Fours, directing the 2015 U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, aiding with the media operations of the American Hockey Coaches Association, and serving as Assistant Venue Press Officer for Gillette Stadium during the 2016 Copa América Centenario. Prior to joining the conference in July 2014, Smith spent two years with USA Hockey as the Brian Fishman Intern, a prestigious program that develops young professionals in the athletic communications business. Dividing his time with USA Hockey between the national office in Colorado Springs, Colorado and the National Team Development Program, then located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Smith traveled extensively while assisting in numerous international tournaments as the main media contact for U.S. national teams. While with the NTDP, Smith served as the main media contact for both the U.S. National Under-17 and Under-18 teams. Additionally, Smith played an integral role in the execution of the 2012 and 2013 U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies. Smith also has spent time working with the Boston Bruins and New England Revolution in various roles. With the Bruins from 2010-12, Smith worked alongside a communications staff that received the Dick Dillman Award and was charged with media relations duties during the 2011 Stanley Cup Final. With the New England Revolution, Smith oversaw donations for the New England Revolution Charitable Foundation and assisted with all match day operations, including international friendlies at Gillette Stadium. A former high school hockey player at Woburn Memorial High School, Smith is a 2012 graduate of Boston College with a degree in English and Communications and earned four varsity letters in track and field while competing in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

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LEAGUE STAFF

HOCKEY EAST STAFF Dan Parkhurst Web Site Coordinator Parkhurst enters his 21st year of affiliation with Hockey East as the league’s web site designer and coordinator. Dan assists in the league’s public relations efforts with multimedia solutions and day-to-day online efforts, including game-night services, video editing and statistical enhancements. In November of 1997, Parkhurst helped bring Hockey East into the digital age with the launching of HockeyEastOnline.com, the official web site of Hockey East. Since then, he has constantly sought to improve the site through innovations and multiple re-designs including the most recent overhaul in the summer of 2015. A former play-by-play voice for UNH hockey on radio and television. He has also worked behind the mic for ESPN, NBCSN and other national and regional television networks. Parkhurst is a 1993 graduate of UNH, where he served as the Wildcats’ team manager. He now resides in Conway, New Hampshire, with his wife Lynn. They have two children, Jonny (24) and Riley (18), an aspiring local musician.

Meghan Pflieger Graduate Intern

Carolyn Stacey Graduate Intern

Pflieger is a 2017 graduate from the University of New Hampshire, where she majored in sport studies and minored in business administration. She interned with various programs inside of UNH Athletics, including Athletics Development and Event Management. During her time with UNH Athletics Development, Pflieger gained experience in fundraising efforts while also enhancing donor relationships of various endowed scholarships. She also assisted with event management, including scheduling, internal and external relations meetings, and game day management for men’s and women’s hockey, men’s and women’s basketball, and track and field. Pflieger was also a student-athlete on the gymnastics team. In her final season in 2017, Pflieger served as co-captain as the team qualified for NCAA Regionals for the fourth straight year. Pflieger received Senior EAGL Gymnast of the Year for her final season, based on performance amongst all seniors competing in the EAGL Conference. At the UNH Wildcats Senior Awards Banquet in the spring, Pflieger received the Community Involvement Award, which recognizes two senior student-athletes who exemplify commitment to serving the University, UNH athletic department, and the greater community. A native of Barneveld, New York, and she hopes to pursue a career in Sports Management.

Stacey is a 2017 graduate of the University of New Hampshire where she majored in Communication and minored in Psychology. While studying at UNH, Stacey interned with the Athletic Department as a member of the ‘Cat Crew. The ‘Cat Crew consists of a group of Marketing and Promotion interns whose main focus is to create marketing plans that promote UNH Athletics and enhance fan experience on game day. She started on the ‘Cat Crew in the fall of 2015 as a social media coordinator and continued in the Fall of 2016 as a marketing director for UNH Football. At the end of the 2016-17 academic year, Stacey was awarded the ‘Cat Crew Innovation Award for her exceptional efforts in digital media and contributions toward marketing initiatives. During her time at UNH, Stacey became a member of the sorority: Alpha Xi Delta. In the spring of 2016, she studied abroad in Prague, Czech Republic, where she interned at the National Library of Technology while studying communication, new media, and journalism. A native of Bangor, Maine, she attended Bangor High School and participated in competitive cheerleading at Cheer Magic All-Stars. In the future, Carolyn hopes to return to school to earn a master’s degree in Business Administration while continuing a career path in sports.

Dave Lezenski Supervisor of Officials Dave Lezenski begins his 10th season as Supervisor of Officials for the Women’s Hockey East Association. Named to the position in the Fall of 2007, Lezenski had previously served for four years as assistant supervisor of officials. Since his hiring, Women’s Hockey East has become one of the top league’s for officiating in the NCAA. Lezenski’s staff of officials has worked the Women’s Frozen Four semifinals nine times and the championship game five times since he has been with the league. Lezenski has also hired 15 female officials to work within the league, one of the highest totals in collegiate sports. In addition to his role with the WHEA, Lezenski also maintains a large body of work for the NCAA during the men’s and women’s national tournaments, working as a video replay official and assisting with the evaluation of officials for the previous nine seasons. In his full-time profession as Director of Athletics for Lowell (Mass.) Public Schools, Lezenski is in charge of overseeing the athletic department of the fourth largest public school system in the state of Massachusetts and the second largest public high school east of the Mississippi River. He formerly served as Director of Athletics, Physical Education and Health in Billerica Public Schools for nine years. Lezenski is also actively involved with the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association. Lezenski has been involved with hockey at all levels, playing high school hockey at St. John’s Prep and attending Boston College before moving into the officiating ranks. The former NIHOA and ECAC veteran official has also coached a number of hockey teams throughout his career. A native of Lynn, Massachusetts, Lezenski currently resides in Lowell, Massachusetts.

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Roster of Officials Name Years of Service Chris Aughe 5 Shane Belanger 9 Tim Benedetto 5 Jesse Vane Burns 2 Jesse Burns 3 Jenny Cameron 2 Kelly Cooke 4 Matt Daigle 15 Tim Daley 5 Nicklaus Deblois 3 Dana DiFiore 4 Andrew DiFusco 9 Bill Doiron 13 Paul Driscoll 14 John Dunn 4 Thomas Fyrer 4 Dean Gilbert 15 Katie Guay 10 CJ Hanafin 5 Dan Hanafin 2 Bob Hawkes, Jr. 10 Marty Hughes 6 Brendan Kelleher 3 Rob Kelley 6 Anthony Kenney 4 Tim Kerrigan 8 Evan Knox 3 Mike Komich 14 Fay Lahue 2 Don Langelier 15 Chris Leavitt 8

Name Years of Service Jessica Leclerc 7 Larry Legault 9 Jeremy Letourneau 7 Benjamin Lord 5 Ian McEwen 2 Jim McKenna 14 John Mulroy 3 Crystalle Parent 5 Doug Place 4 Mike Pleau 11 Scott Prim 8 Thomas Quinn 5 Paul Sacco 10 Rick Santilli 4 Steven Saul 3 Kevin Shea 5 Mike Sheeran 5 Patrick Silva 15 Wayne Silva 15 Bob Sloper 7 Jeremy Smith 3 Adam Stanieich 6 Amanda Tassoni 2 Peter Terreri 9 Robert Tisi, Jr. 11 Dana Trivigno 2 Josh Vonderhaar 2 Bob Ward 15 Jason Williams 4 Mackenzie Williams 3 Derek Zuckerman 8


2018 WOMEN’S HOCKEY EAST CHAMPIONSHIP

17-18 WHEA PRESEASON POLL Rk. Team (First-Place Votes) Pts. 1. Boston College (7) 63 2. Northeastern (2) 56 3. Boston University 51 4. Providence 41 5. Vermont 33 6. UConn 27 7. New Hampshire 26 8 Merrimack 16 9. Maine 11

PRESEASON POLL

The regular season standings will determine the seedings for the 2018 Women’s Hockey East Championship Tournament. The four high seeds will host a quarterfinal round game on the weekend of February 23. The top eight teams will advance to the postseason, while the team that finishes in ninth place will not move on to the playoffs. The four quarterfinal winners will then be reseeded for the semifinal round on Saturday, March 3. The semifinal winners advance to the 16th annual Women’s Hockey East Championship Game on Sunday, March 4. The 2018 Women’s Hockey East Championship Tournament semifinals and title game will be hosted by Northeastern University at historic Matthews Arena.

Matthews Arena will play host to the 16th annual WHEA Championship on March 3-4.

THE JOE CONCANNON HOCKEY EAST MEDIA AWARD ABOUT THE JOE CONCANNON HOCKEY EAST MEDIA AWARD: The prestigious honor, named in 2001 in memory of long-time Boston Globe sportswriter Joe Concannon, is bestowed annually to an individual who has demonstrated a superior body of work in covering and promoting the Hockey East Association over an extended period of time. Pete Souris has spent nearly two decades promoting and assisting in the media coverage of Hockey East, including the last two years as Associate Athletic Director for Communications at UMass Lowell. He was hired in January of 2014 as Assistant Athletic Director for Communications. Previously, Souris spent over six years at Hockey East as Assistant Commissioner for Public Relations where he supported 11-member institutions in a media relations capacity, served as the media coordinator for six Hockey East Championships at the TD Garden and was the media coordinator for two sold out Frozen Fenway events at Fenway Park in 2010 and 2012. In addition, he was charged with creating a digital media plan for the conference’s website and social media channels, as well as serving as the liaison for the league’s three national and regional television partners. Souris previously spent six years from 2001-2007 working in the athletics media relations department at the University of New Hampshire, serving as the primary contact for men’s ice hockey. Also, he served as the media coordinator for the 2004 and 2007 NCAA hockey regionals in Manchester, New Hampshire. Souris has worked the last 18 Frozen Fours in a media relations capacity, dating back to 2000 in Providence, R.I., which included two appearances with the Wildcats in 2002 and 2003, and in a consulting role with the River Hawks in 2013.

Joe Concannon Award Winners 1992 Larry Mahoney, Bangor Daily News 1993 Bob Whitelaw, New England Sports Network 1994 Bob Monahan, Boston Globe 1995 John Connolly, Boston Herald 1996 Charles Scoggins, Lowell Sun 1997 Bob Norton, New England Sports Network 1998 Joe Concannon, Boston Globe 1999 Dick Osborne, UNH Sports Network 2000 Bill Doherty, Huskies Radio 2001 Dave Hendrickson, U.S. College Hockey Online 2002 Roger Brown, Portsmouth Herald 2003 Bernie Corbett, Giant Sports Associates 2004 Rob Rudnick, Huskies Radio 2005 Eric Frede, NESN/CodRock Media 2006 Dan Hannigan, WZON/CodRock Media 2007 Allen Lessels, New Hampshire Union Leader 2008 Mike Logan, Providence College Radio 2009 Bob Ellis, UMass Lowell Radio 2010 Brock Hines, UMass Sports Network 2011 Mike Machnik, Merrimack Radio, USCHO & CHN 2012 Jim Connelly, U.S. College Hockey Online 2013 Dan Parkhurst, UNH Radio/TV & Merrimack Radio 2014 Pete Webster, Wildcat Sports Radio Network 2015 Nancy Marrapese-Burrell, Boston Globe 2016 Ted Ryan, Burlington Free Press 2017 Pete Souris, UNH/Hockey East/UML

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SKATING STRIDES

2017-18 Skating Strides Program Founded in 2006, Skating Strides serves as Hockey East’s fundraising vehicle to bring awareness to breast cancer. Entering its 11th season of existence, Skating Strides has contributed nearly $400,000 to breast cancer organizations throughout New England through the Friends of Mel Foundation, including the Patrick Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope & Healing in Maine, the Gloria Gemma Foundation in Rhode Island, the Vermont Cancer Center, Necessities Bag and the Helen and Harry Gray Cancer Center in Connecticut, the Program for Young Women with Breast Cancer, the Ellie Fund and the Art of Living Life Beyond Cancer Conference in Massachusetts. Hockey East’s Skating Strides program was honored in May 2016 by Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center at the one hundred, a fundraising and awareness initiative that honors those that have displayed a commitment to fighting cancer. Skating Strides has also given the student-athletes the opportunity to give back to the communities in which they study and play hockey. Through the efforts of the Hockey East association and its memeber schools, charitable donations have been made by Skating Strides to several New England organizations, including the Patrick Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope & Healing in Lewiston, Maine; the Gloria Gemma Foundation in Providence, Rhode Island; the Vermont Cancer Center in Burlington, Vermont, and two Massachusetts organizations: the Friends of Mel Foundation and the Ellie Fund. All 11 member schools, both men’s and women’s programs, will again participate in the 2017-18 Skating Strides campaign. With special nights coming to each campus this season, fans will have an opportunity to see their favorite team play for Hockey East supremacy while also contributing to a cause greater than itself. A full schedule of Skating Strides game nights can be found at HockeyEastOnline.com. For more information, please contact Kathy Wynters at 781-245-2122, via email at kwynters@hockeyeastonline.com, or visit www.HockeyEastOnline.com, click on the women’s league logo, and look for the Skating Strides icon!

Kathy Wynters and Hockey East’s Skating Strides program were honored in May 2016 by Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center at the one hundred, a fundraising and awareness initiative that honors those that have displayed a commitment to fighting cancer

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ELAINE CHULI

HOCKEY EAST ALL-TIME SAVES LEADER

THE TEAMS


BOSTON COLLEGE

BOSTON COLLEGE 2017-18 SCHEDULE SEPTEMBER 22 LAURENTIAN (ex) OCTOBER 5 MINNESOTA DULUTH 6 MINNESOTA DULUTH 17 QUINNIPIAC 20 at UConn * 22 at Vermont * 28 at Boston University * 29 MAINE * NOVEMBER 3 PROVIDENCE * 4 at Syracuse 10 at St. Lawrence 11 at St. Lawrence 17 UCONN * 18 at UConn * 22 at Harvard 28 NORTHEASTERN * DECEMBER 1 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * 2 at Boston University * 8 MERRIMACK * 9 at Merrimack * JANUARY 2 at Merrimack * 6 NEW HAMPSHIRE * 7 at New Hampshire * 12 NORTHEASTERN * 13 at Northeastern * 16 HARVARD 19 VERMONT * 20 VERMONT * 26 PROVIDENCE * 27 at Providence * FEBRUARY 6 vs. Northeastern (BP) 10 NEW HAMPSHIRE * 13 vs. BU/Harvard (BP) 16 at Maine * 17 at Maine *

1pm 6pm 2pm 5pm 6pm 2pm 3pm 2pm 2pm 3pm 6pm 2pm 6pm 3pm 6pm 7pm 2pm 3pm 5pm 4pm 4pm 2pm 2pm 2pm 2pm 6pm 7pm 2pm 5pm 2pm

2017-18 BOSTON COLLEGE EAGLES ROSTER No. Name 1 Molly Barrow 2 Grace Bizal 3 Serena Sommerfield 7 Maegan Beres 8 Rachel Moore 9 Daryl Watts 11 Caitrin Lonergan 12 Kenzie Kent 14 Molly Slowe 15 Erin Connolly 17 Delaney Belinskas 18 Toni Ann Miano 19 Makenna Newkirk 20 Ryan Little 21 Bridget McCarthy 23 Cayla Barnes 24 Kate Annese 25 Caroline Ross 27 Willow Corson 28 Kathleen McNamara 32 Gabriella Switaj 33 Katie Burt

Cl. Pos. So. G Jr. D Jr. D Fr. F So. F Fr. F So. F Sr. F Jr. F So. F So. F Sr. D Jr. F Jr. F So. F Fr. D So. D/F So. D Fr. F Jr. D Sr. G Sr. G

Ht. 5-8 5-5 5-9 5-7 5-9 5-6 5-7 5-6 5-6 5-7 5-8 5-4 5-7 5-7 5-6 5-1 5-6 5-7 5-9 5-7 5-3 5-6

Hometown Belmont, Massachusetts Minnetonka, Minnesota Greenwich, Connecticut Whistler, British Columbia Falmouth, Massachusetts Toronto, Ontario Roslindale, Massachusetts Norwell, Massachusetts Medfield, Massachusetts South Boston, Massachusetts Port Orange, Florida Bronx, New York Scottsdale, Arizona Guilford, Vermont Pembroke, Massachusetts Eastvale, California Needham, Massachusetts Rochester, New York Toronto, Ontario Montville, New Jersey Kent, Ohio Lynn, Massachusetts

Head Coach: Katie Crowley (Brown ‘97) Associate Head Coach: Courtney Kennedy (UMD ’01) Assistant Coaches: Courtney Sheary (UNH ‘11), Alison Quandt Westgate (BC ‘06)

Katie Crowley

Brown ‘97 Head Coach 11th Season at BC 248-80-44 at BC

8pm 2pm 5/8pm 2pm 2pm

Lizz Summers

Boston College SID (617) 552-8841 summerel@bc.edu

Follow Boston College

Athletics Website - BCEagles.com Twitter - @BC_WHockey Instagram - @BC_WHockey Facebook - /BostonCollegeAthletics

* Hockey East (BP) Beanpot at Boston College

History in Hockey East Play Season 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

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HEA Record 2-10-3 (6th) 1-18-1 (6th) 6-11-3 (4th) 16-4-1 (2nd) 15-6-0 (2nd) 9-9-3 (5th) 13-5-3 (2nd) 7-10-4 (6th) 13-4-4 (2nd) 15-4-2 (2nd) 17-2-2 (2nd) 18-2-1 (1st) 20-0-1 (1st) 24-0-0 (1st) 17-4-3 (1st)

HEA Tourney Did not qualify Did not qualify Semifinals Runner-up Semifinals Did not qualify Runner-up Quarterfinals Won title Semifinals Semifinals Runner-up Runner-up Won title Won title


BOSTON UNIVERSITY SEPTEMBER 22 CONCORDIA (ex) 23 MERRIMACK * OCTOBER 6 NORTHEASTERN * 7 at Northeastern * 20 at Maine * 22 UCONN * 28 BOSTON COLLEGE * 29 at New Hampshire NOVEMBER 3 RIT 4 RIT 10 UCONN * 17 at Vermont * 18 at Vermont * 24 vs. Minnesota State @ 25 vs. Wisconsin @ 28 BROWN DECEMBER 1 at Boston College * 2 BOSTON COLLEGE * 7 at Yale 9 at Providence * 30 at Princeton 31 at Princeton JANUARY 6 MAINE * 7 MAINE * 12 PROVIDENCE * 13 at Providence * 16 at Northeastern * 21 at UConn * 25 at Merrimack * 27 MERRIMACK * FEBRUARY 2 VERMONT * 6 vs. Harvard (BP) 13 vs. NU/BC (BP) 17 at New Hampshire * 18 NEW HAMPSHIRE *

7pm 3pm 7pm 2pm 2pm 3pm 3pm 2pm 7pm 3pm 7pm 7pm 4pm 1pm 1pm 7pm 2pm 3pm 7pm 2pm 3pm 1pm 3pm 3pm 7pm 7pm 7pm 2pm 7pm 3pm

2017-18 BOSTON UNIVERSITY TERRIERS ROSTER No. Name Cl. Pos. Ht. 1 Ashlyn Aiello Sr. G 5-0 4 Alexandra Calderone So. D 5-4 7 Jesse Compher Fr. F 5-8 8 Deziray DeSousa So. F 5-8 9 Abby Cook So. D 5-10 10 Katie Shannahan So. D 5-7 11 Lauren Klein Fr. F 5-9 12 Victoria Bach Sr. F 5-4 13 Natasza Tarnowski So. F 5-4 14 Kristina Schuler Fr. F 5-5 16 Sammy Davis Jr. F 5-4 17 Breanna Scarpaci So. D 5-5 18 Reagan Rust Jr. D 5-7 19 Rebecca Leslie Sr. F 5-6 21 Abbey Stanley R-So. D 5-8 22 Rachel Allen Fr. F 5-6 23 Nina Rodgers Sr. F 5-5 24 Mary Grace Kelley Jr. F 5-5 26 Connor Galway Jr. D 5-10 28 Savannah Newton Sr. D 5-4 30 Corinne Schroeder Fr. G 5-11 31 Erin O’Neil Sr. G 5-7

Hometown Belmont, Massachusetts Kirkland, Quebec Northbrook, Illinois Montreal, Quebec Kelowna, British Columbia Colorado Springs, Colorado Minnetonka, Minnesota Milton, Ontario Embrun, Ontario Webster, New York Pembroke, Massachusetts Washington, Michigan Southaven, Mississippi Ottawa, Ontario St. Louis, Missouri Cary, North Carolina Minnetonka, Minnesota Natick, Massachusetts Athens, Ontario Halifax, Nova Scotia Elm Creek, Manitoba Minnetonka, Minnesota

BOSTON UNIVERSITY

2017-18 SCHEDULE

Head Coach: Brian Durocher (BU ‘78) Assistant Coach: Liz Keady (Princeton ‘08)

Brian Durocher

Boston University ‘78 Head Coach 13th Season at BU 250-141-49 at BU

7pm 5pm 5/8pm 2pm 3pm

Kevin Edelson

Boston University SID (617) 358-4177 kedelson@bu.edu

Follow Boston University

Athletics Website - GoTerriers.com Twitter - @TerrierWHockey Instagram - @TerrierWHockey Facebook - /BUWomensIceHockey

* Hockey East @ Kettler Captials Iceplex (Washington, D.C.) (BP) Beanpot at Boston College

History in Hockey East Play Season 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

HEA Record 6-13-2 (6th) 10-9-2 (5th) 11-9-1 (3rd) 10-6-5 (3rd) 10-6-5 (2nd) 15-3-3 (1st) 14-7-0 (3rd) 18-2-1 (1st) 14-7-0 (T-2nd) 15-5-1 (2nd) 17-5-2 (3rd) 12-8-4 (3rd)

HEA Tourney Did not qualify Did not qualify Semifinals Semifinals Won title Semifinals Won title Won title Won title Won title Runner-up Quarterfinals

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UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT UCONN

2017-18 SCHEDULE SEPTEMBER 23 Whitby (ex) 29 at St. Cloud State 30 at St. Cloud State OCTOBER 7 VERMONT * 13 UNION 14 UNION 20 BOSTON COLLEGE * 22 at Boston University * NOVEMBER 3 RPI 4 RPI 10 at Boston University * 12 at Maine * 17 at Boston College * 18 BOSTON COLLEGE * 24 PENN STATE @ 25 QUINNIPIAC/YALE @ DECEMBER 1 PROVIDENCE * 2 at Providence * 8 NEW HAMPSHIRE * 31 at Dartmouth JANUARY 5 at Merrimack * 6 BROWN 9 at Northeastern * 13 at New Hampshire * 14 at New Hampshire * 19 at Northeastern * 21 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * 26 MAINE * 27 MAINE * FEBRUARY 2 NORTHEASTERN * 3 PROVIDENCE * 9 at Vermont * 10 at Vermont * 16 MERRIMACK * 17 MERRIMACK *

3pm 7:07pm 4:07pm 2pm 7pm 3pm 6pm 3pm 7pm 3pm 7pm 2pm 6pm 3pm 6pm 3/6pm 7pm 7pm 7pm 3pm 7pm 3pm 7pm 2pm 2pm 7pm 2pm 7pm 3pm 7pm 3pm 7pm 4pm 7pm 2pm

* Hockey East @ Nutmeg Classic Tournament at UConn

2017-18 UCONN HUSKIES ROSTER No. Name Cl. Pos. Ht. Hometown 3 Theresa Knutson Sr. F 5-6 Onalaska, Wisconsin 4 Cydnee Cook Sr. D 5-4 Winnipeg, Manitoba 6 Nora Maclaine Jr. F 5-8 Easton, Massachusetts 7 Leah Lum Sr. D 5-5 Richmond, British Columbia 8 Rebecca Linblad Jr. F 5-8 Winnetka, Illinois 9 Natalie Snodgress Fr. F 5-6 Eagan, Minnesota 10 Lindsay Roethke Sr. F 5-1 Buffalo, Minnesota 13 Marisa Maccario Sr. F 5-3 Marblehead, Massachusetts 14 Justine Fredette Sr. F 5-5 Winnipeg, Manitoba 16 Taylor Wabick Fr. D 5-4 Winnipeg, Manitoba 17 Savannah Bouzide Fr. F 5-5 Amherstburg, Ontario 18 Shavonne Leacy Fr. D 5-11 Hillsborough, New Jersey 19 Leona Sim So. F 5-4 Vancouver, British Columbia 21 Erica D’Errico So. F 5-6 Concord, New Hampshire 24 Morgan Fisher So. G 5-7 Vernon, Connecticut 27 Morgan Wabich Fr. F 5-3 Winnipeg, Manitoba 28 Kayla Mee Jr. D 5-11 Stonewall, Manitoba 31 Stephanie Maiolo So. G 5-3 Enfield, Connecticut 41 Annie Belanger Sr. G 5-9 Sherbrooke, Quebec 44 Tristyn Svetek So. D 5-6 Burlington, Ontario 47 Jamie Fox Jr. D 5-10 Unionville, Ontario 61 Briana Colangelo So. F 5-8 Whitby, Ontartio 71 Carley Olivier Fr. D 5-5 Sudbury, Ontario 74 Emily Reid So. D 5-8 Whitby, Ontario 91 Madison Badeau Sr. F 6-0 Courtice, Ontario 97 Catherine Crawley So. F 5-3 Washingtonville, New York Head Coach: Chris MacKenzie (Niagara ‘00, UML ‘03) Assistant Coaches: Casey Handrahan (Niagara ‘04), Jaclyn Hawkins (UConn ‘08), Carson Duggan (St. Lawrence ‘09)

Chris MacKenzie

Steve Lewis

Niagara ‘00, UML ‘03 UConn SID Head Coach (860) 486-1498 5th Season at UConn steven.l.lewis@uconn.edu 51-75-19 at UConn

Follow UConn

Athletics Website - UConnHuskies.com Twitter - @UConnWHOC Instagram - @UConnWHOC Facebook - /UConnHuskies

History in Hockey East Play

Season 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

12 12

HEA Record 3-9-3 (5th) 5-11-4 (5th) 11-5-4 (3rd) 10-11-0 (5th) 12-7-2 (4th) 13-5-3 (2nd) 10-8-3 (5th) 10-5-6 (5th) 9-9-3 (4th) 3-15-3 (7th) 1-19-1 (8th) 6-14-1 (T-5th) 5-11-5 (5th) 11-10-3 (4th) 9-13-2 (7th)

HEA Tourney Lost Semifinal Did not qualify Runner-up Did not qualify Semifinals Semifinals Quarterfinals Runner-up Quarterfinals Did not qualify Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Semifinals Semifinals Quarterfinals


UNIVERSITY OF MAINE 2017-18 SCHEDULE

No. Name Cl. Pos. Ht. Hometown 1 Jillian Flynn So. G 5-5 Presque Isle, Maine 2 Taylor Leech Fr. D Bowdoinham, Maine 3 Brooke Stacey Sr. F 5-10 Kahnawake, Quebec 5 Ebba Strandberg So. D 6-1 Kalmar, Sweden 7 Alyson Matteau Jr. D 5-10 Mirabel, Quebec 8 Brittany Kucera So. D 5-10 Toronto, Ontario 9 Mikayla Rogers Sr. D 5-7 St. Paul, Minnesota 10 Jessica Jacques So. F 5-4 North Reading, Massachusetts 11 Victoria Hummel Sr. F 5-3 Tulln, Austria 13 Cailey Hutchinson Jr. F 5-4 Hicksville, New York 14 Maddie Giordano Fr. F 5-5 Granby, Connecticut 15 Catherine Tufts Sr. F 5-6 Church Point, Nova Scotia 16 Brittany Colton So. D 5-6 Groton, Massachusetts 17 Lydia Murray So. F 5-10 Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario 18 Cassidy Herman Jr. D 5-6 Ottawa, Ontario 19 Michelle Weis Fr. F 5-7 Charlottenlund, Denmark 21 Tereza Vanisova So. F 5-8 Strakonice, Czech Republic 22 Kara Washer So. F 5-9 New Lowell, Ontario 23 Josefine Engmann Fr. F 5-7 Oslo, Norway 24 Maggie Blair Fr. D 25 Nicole Arnold Jr. F 5-11 St. Louis, Missouri 25 Daria Tereshkina Fr. F 5-6 Chelyabinsk, Russia 26 Sierra Semmel So. F 5-3 Dedham, Maine 27 Anna Zikova Fr. D 5-6 Cesky Tesin, Czech Republic 28 Vendula Pribylova So. F 5-7 Olomouc, Czech Republic 29 Kristin Gilmour Sr. D 5-10 Millgrove, Ontario 33 Carly Jackson So. G 5-5 Amherst, Nova Scotia 41 Loryn Porter Fr. G 5-8 North Bay, Ontario Head Coach: Richard Reichenbach (Hamilton ‘06) Assistant Coaches: Sara Reichenbach (St. Lawrence ‘04) Richard Reichenbach Hamilton ‘06 Head Coach 4th Season at Maine 30-64-6 at Maine

MAINE

SEPTEMBER 22 Brampton Canadettes (ex) @ 7pm 29 QUINNIPIAC 7pm 30 QUINNIPIAC 3pm OCTOBER 6 at RPI 6pm 7 at RPI 2:30pm 13 RMU 7pm 14 RMU 1pm 20 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * 2pm 28 at New Hampshire * 2pm 29 at Boston College * 2pm NOVEMBER 4 at Dartmouth 2pm 5 at Dartmouth 2pm 7 NORTHEASTERN * 7pm 10 PROVIDENCE * 7pm 12 UCONN * 2pm 18 at Northeastern * 2pm 19 at Northeastern * 2pm 24 at Union 6pm 25 at Union 3pm DECEMBER 2 VERMONT * 12pm 3 VERMONT * 2pm 9 at Vermont * 2pm JANUARY 6 at Boston University * 3pm 7 at Boston University * 3pm 13 at Merrimack * 2pm 19 MERRIMACK * 2pm 20 MERRIMACK * 2pm 26 at UConn * 7pm 27 at UConn * 3pm FEBRUARY 2 NEW HAMPSHIRE * 2pm 3 NEW HAMPSHIRE * 2pm 10 at Providence * 2pm 11 at Providence * 2pm 16 BOSTON COLLEGE * 2pm 17 BOSTON COLLEGE * 2pm

2017-18 MAINE BLACK BEARS ROSTER

Samantha Spargo Maine SID (207) 581-4849 samantha.spargo@maine.edu

Follow Maine

Athletics Website - GoBlackBears.com Twitter - @BlackBearsWIH Instagram - @BlackBearNation Facebook - /UMBlackBears

@ Midcoast Recreation Center (Rockland, ME) * Hockey East

Season 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

History in Hockey East Play HEA Record 5-8-2 (3rd) 9-9-2 (3rd) 5-13-2 (5th) 9-8-4 (4th) 5-14-2 (6th) 3-15-3 (7th) 2-15-4 (8th) 3-15-3 (8th) 6-12-3 (6th) 11-8-2 (5th) 2-16-3 (7th) 5-13-3 (T-5th) 9-11-1 (4th) 6-17-1 (8th) 6-17-1 (9th)

HEA Tourney Semifinals Semifinals Did not qualify Semifinals Did not qualify Did not qualify Did not qualify Did not qualify Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Did not qualify

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MERRIMACK

MERRIMACK COLLEGE 2017-18 SCHEDULE

2017-18 MERRIMACK WARRIORS ROSTER

SEPTEMBER 22 Whitby Wolves (ex) 23 at Boston University * 29 at Minnesota OCTOBER 1 at Minnesota 6 at New Hampshire * 7 NEW HAMPSHIRE * 13 ST. LAWRENCE 14 ST. LAWRENCE 20 PENN STATE 21 PENN STATE 27 VERMONT * 28 VERMONT * NOVEMBER 3 at Union 4 at Union 11 NORTHEASTERN * 12 at Northeastern * 17 PROVIDENCE * 18 at Providence * 24 PRINCETON 25 PRINCETON DECEMBER 8 at Boston College * 9 BOSTON COLLEGE * JANUARY 2 BOSTON COLLEGE * 5 UCONN * 10 NEW HAMPSHIRE * 13 MAINE * 19 at Maine * 20 at Maine * 25 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * 27 at Boston University * FEBRUARY 2 at Providence * 4 at Vermont * 10 NORTHEASTERN * 16 at UConn * 17 at UConn *

No. Name Cl. Pos. Ht. 1 Lea-Kristine Demers So. G 5-11 4 Felila Manu Jr. D 5-6 5 Paige Sorensen Jr. D 5-8 6 Paige Voight Jr. F 5-7 8 Baye Flanagan Jr. D 5-7 9 Dominique Kremer Jr. D 5-6 10 Meghan Martin Jr. D 5-4 12 Emily Volpe Jr. F 5-6 13 Mikyla Grant-Mentis So. F 5-6 14 Jessica Kuhlman Jr. F 5-6 15 Jackie Pieper R-Jr. F 5-7 16 Maddy Burton Fr. F 5-0 17 Jessica Bonfe Jr. F 5-9 18 Katelyn Rae Jr. F 5-0 19 Chloe Cook So. D 5-5 20 Andrea Olson So. D 5-6 21 Annie Boeckers Jr. F 5-1 23 Kate Bukolska Fr. F 5-6 24 Courtney Maud Fr. F 5-6 25 Madison Morey Jr. F 5-8 28 Megan Fergusson Fr. F 5-8 30 Allison Glasel So. G 5-6 34 Samantha Ridgewell Jr. G 5-9

* Hockey East

7pm 3pm 8:07pm 3:07pm 7pm 4pm 4pm 2pm 7pm 4pm 7pm 2pm 6pm 3pm 2pm 2pm 7pm 7pm 4pm 4pm 5pm 4pm 4pm 7pm 7pm 2pm 2pm 2pm 7pm 3pm 7pm 1pm 7pm 7pm 2pm

Hometown Repentigny, Quebec Anchorage, Alaska Plymouth, Minnesota St. Michael, Minnesota Billerica, Massachusetts West Fargo, North Dakota Newport, Vermont Whitby, Ontario Brampton, Ontario Severna Park, Maryland Edina, Minnesota Aurora, Illinois Woodbury, Minnesota Courtice, Ontario Summerland, British Columbia. Stillwater, Minnesota Otsego, Minnesota Prague, Czech Republic Georgetown, Ontario Fairbanks, Alaska Kitchener, Ontario Middleton, Wisconsin Outlook, Saskatchewan

Head Coach: Erin Hamlen (New Hampshire ‘93) Assistant Coaches: Brent Hill (St. Michael’s ‘04), Steph Moberg (SUNY Plattsburgh ‘10)

Erin Hamlen

New Hampshire ‘93 Head Coach 2nd season at MC 5-26-3 at MC

Jaimen Romano

Merrimack SID (978) 837-5053 romanoja@merrimack.edu

Follow Merrimack

Athletics Website - MerrimackAthletics.com Twitter - @MerrimackWIH Instagram - @MerrimackWarriors Facebook - /MerrimackWarriors

History in Hockey East Play Season 2015-16 2016-17

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HEA Record 3-18-3 (9th) 7-17-0 (8th)

HEA Tourney Did not qualify Quarterfinals


UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 2017-18 NEW HAMPSHIRE WILDCATS ROSTER

SEPTEMBER 29 NEPEAN (ex) OCTOBER 6 MERRIMACK * 7 at Merrimack * 14 HOLY CROSS 20 at Vermont * 22 DARTMOUTH 25 at Northeastern * 28 MAINE * 29 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * NOVEMBER 3 VERMONT * 4 VERMONT * 10 COLGATE 11 COLGATE 18 at RPI 19 at RPI 22 at Providence * 25 at Harvard DECEMBER 1 NORTHEASTERN * 3 at Northeastern * 8 at UConn * 10 YALE JANUARY 6 at Boston College * 7 BOSTON COLLEGE * 10 at Merrimack * 13 UCONN * 14 UCONN * 19 PROVIDENCE * 20 PROVIDENCE * 26 at Quinnipiac 27 at Quinnipiac FEBRUARY 2 at Maine * 3 at Maine * 10 at Boston College * 17 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * 18 at Boston University *

No. Name Cl. Pos. Ht. Hometown 1 Kyra Smith Jr. G 5-9 Littleton, Colorado 2 Julia Scammell Fr. D 5-10 Truro, Nova Scotia 3 Martha Peppes Fr. F 5-0 Lincoln, Rhode Island 4 Nicole Dunbar Fr. F 5-6 Coto de Caza, California 5 Julia Fedeski Sr. D 5-10 Algonquin Highlands, Ontario 6 Grace Middleton Fr. F 5-8 Midland, Michigan 7 Lexie Revkin So. D 5-3 Gaitherburg, Maryland 8 Hannah Touzos So. F 5-6 Foxboro, Massachusetts 9 Paige Rynne Fr. F 5-11 Ancaster, Ontario 10 Amy Schlagel Sr. D 5-7 Blaine, Minnesota 12 Taylor Wenczkowski Jr. F 5-7 Rochester, New Hampshire 13 Maddie Truax Fr. D 5-5 Gardner, Massachusetts 14 Jenna Rheault Jr. D 5-7 Deering, New Hampshire 15 Tori Howran So. D 5-9 Bancroft, Ontario 16 Ali Praus Sr. F 5-10 Long Lake, Minnesota 17 Devan Taylor Jr. F 5-7 North Billerica, Massachusetts 18 Kate Haslett Sr. D 5-4 Rothesay, New Brunswick 19 Carlee Turner So. F 5-7 Scottsdale, Arizona 20 Abby Chapman So. D 5-2 Beverly Hills, Michigan 21 M.J. Pelletier Jr. D 4-11 Dalhousie, New Brunswick 24 Meghara McManus So. F 5-4 Milton, Massachusetts 26 Carlee Toews Sr. F 5-5 Grand Prairie, Alberta 27 Caitlyn Radatovich Jr. F 5-10 Advance, North Carolina 28 Ellie Sasaki Fr. F 5-5 Markham, Ontario 29 Hilary Cashin Jr. G 5-11 Fredericton, New Brunswick 35 Ava Boutilier Fr. G 5-5 Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island Head Coach: Hilary Witt (Northeastern ‘01) Associate Head Coach: Stephanie Jones (New Hampshire ‘05) Assistant Coach: Bill Bowes (Worcester State ‘79)

7:30pm 7pm 4pm 2pm 7pm 2pm 7pm 2pm 2pm 7pm 4pm 2pm 7pm 3pm 2pm 7pm 3pm 7pm 2pm 7pm 12pm 2pm 2pm 7pm 2pm 2pm 7pm 4pm 6pm 3pm 2pm 2pm 2pm 2pm 3pm

Hillary Witt

Northeastern ‘01 Head Coach 4th season at UNH 35-66-6 at UNH

NEW HAMPSHIRE

2017-18 SCHEDULE

Brandon Poli

New Hampshire SID (603) 862-2585 brandon.poli@unh.edu

Follow New Hampshire

Athletics Website - UNHWildcats.com Twitter - @UNHWHockey Instagram - @UNHWHockey Facebook - /UNHwildcats

* Hockey East

History in Hockey East Play Season 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

HEA Record 13-2-0 (2nd) 17-1-2 (1st) 13-3-4 (1st) 19-1-1 (1st) 18-1-2 (1st) 20-0-1 (1st) 15-2-4 (1st) 13-6-2 (3rd) 7-13-1 (7th) 4-15-2 (6th) 10-8-3 (4th) 4-15-2 (8th) 6-13-2 (6th) 8-16-0 (5th) 11-11-2 (6th)

HEA Tourney Runner-up Runner-up Semifinals Won title Won title Won title Won title Semifinals Did not qualify Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals

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NORTHEASTERN

NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY 2017-18 SCHEDULE SEPTEMBER 23 CONCORDIA (ex) 29 CLARKSON 30 CLARKSON OCTOBER 6 at Boston University * 7 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * 14 at Colgate 15 at Colgate 20 at Syracuse 21 at Syracuse 25 NEW HAMPSHIRE * 28 at Providence * 29 PROVIDENCE * NOVEMBER 7 at Maine * 11 at Merrimack * 12 MERRIMACK * 18 MAINE * 19 MAINE * 24 vs. Wisconsin @ 25 vs. Minnesota State @ 28 at Boston College * DECEMBER 1 at New Hampshire * 3 NEW HAMPSHIRE * JANUARY 9 UCONN * 12 at Boston College * 13 BOSTON COLLEGE * 16 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * 19 UCONN * 26 at Vermont * 27 at Vermont * FEBRUARY 2 at UConn * 6 at Boston College (BP) 10 at Merrimack * 13 vs. BU/Harvard (BP) 16 VERMONT * 18 at Providence *

3pm 7pm 3pm 7pm 2pm 6pm 2pm 7pm 2pm 7pm 2pm 2pm 7pm 2pm 2pm 2pm 2pm 4pm 4pm 7pm 7pm 2pm 7pm 2pm 2pm 7pm 7pm 4pm 7pm 7pm 8pm 7pm 5/8pm 7pm 2pm

2017-18 NORTHEASTERN HUSKIES ROSTER No. Name Cl. Pos. Ht Hometown 2 Lauren Kelly Sr. D 5-6 Watertown, Massachusetts 3 Morgan Crane Jr. F 5-10 Northfield, Illinois 4 Codie Cross So. D 5-3 Airdrie, Alberta 5 Halle Silva Sr. F 5-0 Achushnet, Massachusetts 6 Shelby Herrington Sr. F 6-1 Bow, New Hampshire 7 McKenna Brand Sr. F 5-6 Nevis, New Hampshire 8 Andrea Renner So. F 5-4 Arlington Heights, Illinois 9 Lauren MacInnis Fr. D 5-8 St. Louis, Missouri 10 Brooke Hobson Fr. D 5-6 Prince Albert, Saskatchewan 11 Christina Zalewski Sr. F 5-4 Canonsburg, Pennsylvania 16 Matti Hartman So. F 5-8 Etna, New Hampshire 17 Bailey Coyne So. F 5-3 Palos Heights, Illinois 18 Veronika Pettey Fr. F 5-3 Potomac, Maryland 19 Tori Sullivan R-Jr. F 5-4 West Bloomfield, Michigan 21 Paige Capistran So. D 5-5 Manchester, New Hampshire 22 Skylar Fontaine Fr. D 5-4 East Greenwich, Rhode Island 23 Katie Cipra Fr. F 5-5 Western Springs, Illinois 26 Taytum Clairmont R-Jr. F 5-5 Waterloo, Ontario 27 Maddie Hartman Jr. D 5-7 Deer Park, Illinois 30 Brianna Storms Jr. G 5-5 Sabin, Minnesota 33 Aerin Frankel Fr. G 5-5 Briarcliff Manor, New York 37 Kasidy Anderson Jr. F 5-10 Shaker Heights, Ohio 39 Brittany Bugalski Jr. G 5-9 Boynton Beach, Florida 41 Denisa Krizova Sr. F 5-5 Horni Cerekev, Czech Republic 42 Tessa Ward Fr. F 5-9 Galesburg, Michigan 66 Ainsley MacMillan Sr. D 5-6 Ilderton, Ontario Head Coach: Dave Flint (North Adams State ‘93) Associate Head Coach: Jeff Pellegrini (UMass Boston ‘02) Assistant Coach: Nick Carpenito (Northeastern ‘11)

Dave Flint

North Adams State ‘93 Head Coach 10th season at NU 173-112-35 at NU

Northeastern SID (617) 373-2691 a.michener@neu.edu

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* Hockey East @ Kettler Captials Iceplex (Washington, D.C.) (BP) Beanpot at Boston College

Season 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

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Asha Michener

History in Hockey East Play HEA Record 4-10-1 (4th) 7-9-4 (4th) 2-15-3 (6th) 6-14-1 (7th) 4-15-2 (7th) 6-14-1 (6th) 7-13-1 (6th) 9-6-6 (4th) 6-10-5 (5th) 15-3-3 (1st) 13-7-1 (3rd) 13-6-2 (T-2nd) 11-8-2 (3rd) 20-4-0 (2nd) 14-8-1 (2nd)

HEA Tourney Did not qualify Semifinals Did not qualify Did not qualify Did not qualify Did not qualify Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Runner-up Semifinals Runner-up Semifinals Semifinals Semifinals Runner-up


PROVIDENCE COLLEGE 2017-18 SCHEDULE 2pm 6pm 2pm 7pm 4pm 3pm 3pm 6pm 3pm 2pm 2pm 2pm 7pm 7pm 7pm 7pm 2pm 2pm 7pm 7pm 2pm 2pm 4pm 2pm 7pm 7pm 7pm 4pm 5pm 2pm 7pm 3pm 2pm 2pm 2pm

Cl. Pos. Jr. G Sr. F Fr. D Jr. D So. D So. F So. F So. F So. D Fr. D Jr. F Fr. F Jr. F Fr. D Sr. F Jr. F Fr. F Sr. F Fr. F Jr. F So. D Jr. F So. G Sr. G

Ht. 5-7 5-5 5-6 5-6 5-6 5-6 5-4 5-6 5-10 5-4 5-8 5-4 5-6 5-8 5-4 5-8 5-8 5-3 5-4 6-0 5-6 5-4 5-5 5-7

Hometown Colchester, Vermont Blaine, Minnesota Mapleville, Rhode Island Altona, Manitoba Port Moody, British Columbia Billerica, Massachusetts Coventry, Rhode Island Mitchell, Ontario Broadview Heights, Ohio Toronto, Ontario Orangeville, Ontario Buffalo, New York Oakville, Ontario Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec Thunder Bay, Ontario Grimsby, Ontario Toronto, Ontario Lockport, New York Bedford, New York Naniamo, British Columbia North Battleford, Saskatchewan Rye, New Hampshire Sartell, Minnesota Chicago, Illinois

PROVIDENCE

SEPTEMBER 23 LAURENTIAN (ex) 29 at Union OCTOBER 1 VERMONT * 6 QUINNIPIAC 7 at Quinnipiac 13 at Syracuse 14 at Syracuse 20 at Princeton 21 at Princeton 28 NORTHEASTERN * 29 at Northeastern * NOVEMBER 3 at Boston College * 10 at Maine * 17 at Merrimack * 18 MERRIMACK * 22 NEW HAMPSHIRE * 25 CORNELL 26 CORNELL DECEMBER 1 at UConn * 2 UCONN * 9 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * JANUARY 2 BROWN @ 6 at Vermont * 7 at Vermont * 12 at Boston University * 13 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * 19 at New Hampshire * 20 at New Hampshire * 26 at Boston College * 27 BOSTON COLLEGE * FEBRUARY 2 MERRIMACK * 3 at UConn * 10 MAINE * 11 MAINE * 18 NORTHEASTERN *

2017-18 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE FRIARS ROSTER

No. Name 1 Madison Myers 4 Blair Parent 5 Giana Savastano 6 Kate Friesen 7 Whitney Dove 8 Kathleen McHugh 9 Meaghan Rickard 10 Neve Van Pelt 11 Rachel Rockwell 12 Chloe Gonsalves 13 Emily Landry 15 Maureen Murphy 17 Cassidy MacPherson 18 Ariane Julien 19 Brooke Boquist 21 Christina Putigna 22 Camryn Tait 23 Madison Sansone 24 Hayley Lunny 26 Danielle Hardy 27 Avery Fransoo 28 Natasia Burzynski 31 Clare Minnerath 33 Alanna Serviss

Head Coach: Bob Deraney (Boston University ‘87) Assistant Coaches: Melanie Ruzzi (Providence ‘03), Derek Alfama (Norwich ‘96)

Bob Deraney

Mimi Borkan

Boston University ‘87 Providence SID Head Coach (401) 865-1733 19th season at PC mborkan@friars.providence.edu 302-275-66 at PC

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* Hockey East @ Mayor’s Cup

History in Hockey East Play Season 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

HEA Record 13-1-1 (1st) 14-5-1 (2nd) 14-4-2 (2nd) 11-8-2 (3rd) 12-6-3 (3rd) 10-8-3 (4th) 11-8-3 (4th) 11-5-5 (1st) 12-8-1 (3rd) 11-8-2 (4th) 8-10-3 (5th) 6-15-0 (7th) 5-15-1 (8th) 6-16-2 (7th) 11-10-3 (T-4th)

HEA Tourney Won title Won title Won title Semifinals Runner-up Runner-up Semifinals Semifinals Semifinals Runner-up Semifinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals

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UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT VERMONT

2017-18 SCHEDULE

SEPTEMBER 24 UNIV. OF MONTREAL (ex) 2pm 29 MCGILL (ex) 6pm OCTOBER 1 at Providence * 2pm 7 at UConn * 2pm 10 UNION 7pm 13 at Quinnipiac 6pm 14 at Quinnipiac 7:30pm 20 NEW HAMPSHIRE * 7pm 22 BOSTON COLLEGE * 2pm 27 at Merrimack * 7pm 28 at Merrimack * 2pm NOVEMBER 3 at New Hampshire * 7pm 4 at New Hampshire * 4pm 10 CLARKSON 2pm 11 vs. Clarkson 3pm 17 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * 7pm 18 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * 4pm 24 RIT @ 7pm 25 COLGATE/UMD @ DECEMBER 2 at Maine * 12pm 3 at Maine * 12pm 9 MAINE * 3pm 29 Concordia Tournament TBA 30 Concordia Tournament TBA 31 Concordia Tournament TBA JANUARY 6 PROVIDENCE * 4pm 7 PROVIDENCE * 2pm 12 at Minnesota 7:07pm 13 at Minnesota 5:07pm 19 at Boston College * 7pm 20 at Boston College * 2pm 26 NORTHEASTERN * 7pm 27 NORTHEASTERN * 4pm FEBRUARY 2 at Boston University * 7pm 4 MERRIMACK * 1pm 9 UCONN * 7pm 10 UCONN * 4pm 16 at Northeastern * 7pm

2017-18 VERMONT CATAMOUNTS ROSTER No. Name 1 Sierra Natzke 2 Kourtney Menches 4 Sammy Kolowrat 7 Kristina Shanahan 9 Olivia Kilberg 10 Mackenzie MacNeil 11 Katherine Pate 12 Amanda Drobot 14 Ali O’Leary 16 Greta Close 19 Valerie Caldwell 21 Allie Granato 23 Alyssa Gorecki 24 Saana Valkama 25 Alyssa Holmes 26 Eve-Audrey Picard 27 Taylor Willard 29 Taylor Flaherty 33 Melissa Black 37 Sydney Scobee 44 Anna Erickson 77 Daria O’Neil

Cl. Pos. Fr. G Sr. F Jr. D Fr. F Fr. F Sr. F Sr. D Sr. D So. F Fr. D Fr. F So. D Jr. F Jr. F Fr. F So. F Sr. D Jr. D Jr. G So. G Fr. F Jr. D

Ht. 5-6 5-2 5-7 5-4 5-4 5-8 5-2 5-6 5-4 5-7 5-6 5-8 5-4 5-6 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-9 5-5 6-0 5-4 5-9

Hometown Pine, Colorado Greer, South Carolina Prague, Czech Republic Ste-Anne-De-Bellevue, Quebec Edina, Minnesota Richmond Hill, Ontario Saco, Maine Churchville, Pennsylvania Reading, Massachusetts Norwich, Vermont Glenview, Illinois Plainfield, Illinois Monee, Illinois Pirkkala, Finland Burlington, Ontario Longueuil, Quebec Naperville, Illinois Lakeville, Minnesota Newmarket, Ontario Minnetrista, Minnesota Stillwater, Minnesota Cochrane, Alberta

Head Coach: Jim Plumer (Colby ‘83) Associate Head Coach: Jess Koizumi (UMD ‘07) Assistant Coach: Josh Liegl (Marian ‘00)

Jim Plumer

Colby ‘83 Head Coach 6th season at UVM 65-93-22 at UVM

Alastair Ingram

Vermont SID (802) 656-3065 alastair.ingram@uvm.edu

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* Hockey East @ Windjammer Classic at Vermont

History in Hockey East Play Season 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

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HEA Record 1-19-1 (8th) 1-19-1 (8th) 4-16-1 (8th) 4-15-2 (7th) 5-15-1 (7th) 4-13-4 (8th) 3-16-2 (8th) 6-12-4 (6th) 13-7-1 (4th) 6-14-1 (7th) 6-15-3 (6th) 9-8-7 (T-4th)

HEA Tourney Did not qualify Did not qualify Did not qualify Did not qualify Did not qualify Did not qualify Did not qualify Quarterfinals Semifinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Semifinals


Pfalzer ended her career as the highest scoring defenseman in league history with 59 points and 48 assists.

Season History 19


Tournament Results

TOURNAMENT QUICK REFERENCE YEAR CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 2003 Providence 1, New Hampshire 0 2004 Providence 3, New Hampshire 0 2005 Providence 3, Connecticut 1 2006 New Hampshire 6, Boston College 0 2007 New Hampshire 3, Providence 1 2008 New Hampshire 1, Providence 0 2009 New Hampshire 2, Boston College 1 2010 Boston University 2, Connecticut 1 (OT) 2011 Boston College 3, Northeastern 1 2012 Boston University 2, Providence 1(2OT) 2013 Boston University 5, Northeastern 2 2014 Boston University 3, Boston College 2 2015 Boston University 4, Boston College 1 2016 Boston College 5, Boston University 0 2017 Boston College 2, Northeastern 1 (OT)

TOURNAMENT MVP 2017 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT Kelli Halcisak, PC (Jr., D) QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) Kelli Halcisak, PC (Sr., D) No. 1 Boston College def. No. 8 Merrimack (4-0, 1-0) Rush Zimmerman, PC (Sr., F) No. 2 Northeastern def. No. 7 UConn (6-2, 3-2 OT) Sam Faber, UNH (Fr., F) No. 3 Boston University def. No. 6 UNH (2-4, 4-3, 3-2) Jana Bugden, PC (Sr., G) No. 5 Vermont def. No. 4 Providence (4-5, 5-1, 5-2) Sam Faber, UNH (Jr., F) SEMIFINALS (Boston University) Kacey Bellamy, UNH (Sr., D) No. 1 Boston College def. No. 5 Vermont (4-3 2OT) Melissa Haber, BU (Sr., G) No. 2 Northeastern def. No. 3 Boston University (2-1) Kelli Stack, BC (Sr., F) Jenn Wakefiled, BU (Sr., F) CHAMPIONSHIP (Boston University) Kerrin Sperry, BU (Jr., G) No. 1 Boston College def. No. 2 Northeastern (2-1 OT) Kerrin Sperry, BU (Sr., G) Marie-Philip Poulin, BU (Sr., F) ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Alex Carpenter, BC (Sr., F) G: Katie Burt, BC Andie Anastos, BC (Sr., F)

Team App. Rec. Titles Last Title 2nd Semis MVP ATT Boston College 12 18-9 3 2017 4 11 3 16 Boston University 10 22-7 5 2015 1 10 5 21 UConn 12 7-13 0 -- 2 7 0 6 Maine 9 0-11 0 -- 0 3 0 0 Merrimack 1 0-2 0 -- 0 0 0 0 New Hampshire 14 12-14 4 2009 2 8 3 22 Northeastern 10 12-10 0 -- 3 8 0 6 Providence 15 14-15 3 2005 3 11 4 19 Vermont 5 4-8 0 -- 0 2 0 0

D: Megan Keller, BC D: Codie Cross, NU F: Andie Anastos, BC F: Kasidy Anderson, NU F: Kenzie Kent, BC

MVP: Andie Anastos, BC

Tournament Records By Coach Coach Brian Durocher *

School Boston University

Years (starting ‘02) 2004-present

Games 29

Record 22-7

Brian McCloskey

New Hampshire

2002-2014

26

10-6

4

Bob Deraney*

Providence

2002-present

29

14-15

3

Katie Crowley *

Boston College

2007-present

23

17-6

3

Dave Flint *

Northeastern

2008-present

20

12-8

0

Chris MacKenzie*

UConn

2013-present

9

4-5

0

Jim Plumer*

Vermont

2012-present

12

4-8

0

Heather Lindstad

UConn

2002-2013

11

3-8

0

Hilary Witt*

New Hampshire

2014-present

8

2-6

0

Tom Mutch

Boston College

2003-2007

4

1-3

0

Richard Reichenbach* Maine

2014-present

5

0-5

0

Maria Lewis

Maine

2010-2013

3

0-3

0

Erin Hamlen*

Merrimack

2015-present

2

0-2

0

Rick Filighera

Maine

2002-2004

2

0-2

0

Guy Perron

Maine

2004-2006

1

0-1

0

Jamie Wood

New Hampshire

2013-2014

1

0-1

0

Joy Woog

Northeastern

2003-2004

1

0-1

0

*active as of March 6, 2017

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ALL-TIME TOURNAMENT RESULTS Semifinals No. 2 UNH def. No. 3 ME (2-0) No. 1 PC def. No. 4 UConn (7-0)

Final No. 1 PC def. No. 2 UNH (1-0)

MVP Kelli Halcisak, PC (Jr., D)

2004 --

No. 1 UNH def. No. 4 NU (5-0) No. 2 PC def. No. 3 ME (4-2)

No. 2 PC def. No. 1 UNH (3-0)

Kelli Halcisak, PC (Sr., D)

2005 --

No. 1 PC def. No. 4 BC (9-1) No. 3 UConn def. No. 2 UNH (5-4 OT)

No. 1 PC def. No. 3 UConn (3-1)

Rush Zimmerman, PC (Sr., F)

2006 --

No. 1 UNH def. No. 4 ME (6-0) No. 2 BC def. No. 3 PC (3-1)

No. 1 UNH def. No. 2 BC (6-0)

Sam Faber, UNH (Fr., F)

2007 --

No. 1 UNH def. No. 4 UConn (2-0) No. 3 PC def. No. 2 BC (3-2)

No. 1 UNH def. No. 3 PC (3-1)

Jana Bugden, PC (Sr., G)

2008 --

No. 1 UNH def. No. 4 BU (8-0) No. 3 PC def. No. 2 UConn (5-1)

No. 1 UNH def. No. 3 PC (1-0)

Sam Faber, UNH (Jr., F)

2009 No. 4 PC def. No. 5 UConn (3-0) No. 3 BU def. No. 6 NU (2-1)

No. 1 UNH def. No. 4 PC (3-1) No. 2 BC def. No. 3 BU (3-2)

No. 1 UNH def. No. 2 BC (2-1)

Kacey Bellamy, UNH (Sr., D)

2010 No. 3 BU def. No. 6 BC (3-1) No. 5 UConn def. No. 4 NU (4-1)

No. 3 BU def. No. 2 UNH (2-0) No. 5 UConn def. No. 1 PC (3-2)

No. 3 BU def. No. 5 UConn (2-1 OT)

Melissa Haber, BU (Sr., G)

2011 No. 5 NU def. No. 4 UConn (4-0) No. 3 PC def. No. 6 ME (5-2)

No. 5 NU def. No.1 BU (4-2) No. 2 BC def. No. 3 PC (3-2 OT)

No. 2 BC def. No. 5 NU (3-1)

Kelli Stack, BC (Sr., F)

2012 No. 4 PC def. No. 5 ME (6-0) No. 3 BU def. No. 6 UNH (9-1)

No. 4 PC def. No. 1 NU (2-0) No. 3 BU def. No. 2 BC (5-2)

No. 3 BU def. No. 4 PC (2-1 2OT) Jenn Wakefield, BU (Sr., F)

2013

No. 1 BU def. No. 8 UConn (5-1) No. 2 BC def. No. 7 ME (2-1 OT) No. 3 NU def. No. 6 UVM (5-1) No. 5 PC def. No. 4 UNH (5-4 OT)

No. 1 BU def. No. 5 PC (4-0) No. 3 NU def. No. 2 BC (4-1)

No. 1 BU def. No. 3 NU (5-2)

Kerrin Sperry, BU (Jr., G)

2014

No. 1 BC def. No. 8 UNH (8-1) No. 2 BU def. No. 7 PC (3-2) No. 3 NU def. No. 6 UConn (2-1) No. 4 UVM def. No. 5 ME (3-2 3OT)

No. 1 BC def. No. 4 UVM (3-1) No. 2 BU def. No. 3 NU (3-2)

No. 2 BU def. No. 1 BC (3-2)

Kerrin Sperry, BU (Sr., G)

2015

No. 1 BC def. No. 8 PC (6-2, 8-0) No. 2 BU def. No. 7 UVM (8-1, 7-2) No. 3 NU def. No. 6 UNH (1-2, 3-2, 4-3) No. 5 UConn def. No. 4 ME (3-2, 1-0 OT)

No. 1 BC def. No. 5 UConn (3-1) No. 2 BU def. No. 3 NU (6-1)

No. 2 BU def. No. 1 BC (4-1)

Marie-Philip Poulin, BU (Sr., F)

2016

No. 1 BC def. No. 8 Maine (5-2, 5-1) No. 1 BC def. No. 4 UConn (4-2) No. 2 NU def. No. 7 PC (5-2, 6-2) No. 3 BU def. No. 2 NU (4-3) No. 3 BU def. No. 6 UVM (3-0, 2-4, 6-1) No. 4 UConn def. No. 5 UNH (3-2, 4-3 3OT)

No. 1 BC def. No. 3 BU (5-0)

Alex Carpenter, BC (Sr., F)

2017

No. 1 BC def. No. 8 MC (4-0, 1-0) No. 2 NU def. No. 7 UConn (6-2, 3-2 OT) No. 3 BU def. No. 6 UNH (2-4, 4-3, 3-2) No. 5 UVM def. No. 4 PC (4-5, 5-1, 5-2)

No. 1 BC def. No. 2 NU (2-1 OT)

Andie Anastos, BC (Sr., F)

Tournament Results

Season Quarterfinals 2003 --

No. 1 BC def. No. 5 UVM (4-3 2OT) No. 2 NU def. No. 3 BU (2-1)

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NCAA TOURNAMENT

ALL-TIME NCAA RESULTS

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Season Quarterfinals

Frozen Four

Championship

2003 --

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2004 --

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2005 No. 1 Minn. def. PC (6-1)

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2006 No. 1 UNH def. Harvard (3-1)

Minn. def. No. 1 UNH (5-4)

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2007 St. Lawrence def. No. 4 UNH (6-2) BC def. No. 3 Dartmouth (3-2 2OT)

UMD def. BC (4-3 2OT)

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2008 No. 3 UNH def. St. Lawrence (3-2 OT)

No. 2 UMD def. No. 3 UNH (3-2)

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2009 No. 4 UMD def. UNH 4-1 -- No. 2 Minn. def. BC (4-3)

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2010 No. 1 Mercyhurst def. BU (4-1) No. 3 UMD def. UNH (2-1)

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2011 No. 4 BC def. Minnesota (4-1) No. 3 BU def. Mercyhurst (4-2)

No. 1 Wis. def. No. 4 BC (3-2) No. 3 BU def. No. 2 Cornell (4-1)

No. 1 Wis. def. No. 3 BU (4-1)

2012 No. 4 BC def. St. Lawrence (6-3) No. 3 Cornell def. BU (8-7 3OT)

No. 1 Wis. def. No. 4 BC (6-2) --

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2013 No. 4 BC def. Harvard (3-1) No. 3 BU def. Clarkson (5-3)

No. 1 Minn. def. No. 4 BC (3-2 OT) No. 1 Minn. def. No. 3 BU (6-3) No. 3 BU def. Mercyhurst (4-1)

2014 No. 1 Minn. def. BU (5-1) No. 3 Clarkson def. BC (3-1)

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2015 No. 2 BC def. Clarkson (5-1) No. 4 Wis. def. BU (5-1)

No. 3 Harvard def. No. 2 BC (2-1)

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2016 No. 1 BC def. Northeastern (5-1) 2017 No. 4 BC def. St. Lawrence (6-0)

No. 1 BC def. Clarkson (3-2 OT)

No. 3 Minn. def. No. 1 BC (3-1)

No. 1 Wisconsin def. No. 4 BC (1-0)

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2002-03 SEASON SNAPSHOT Tournament Champion

PROVIDENCE

Player of the Year

PROVIDENCE

JEN HUGGON, UNH

Coach of the Year: Brian McCloskey, New Hampshire Rookie of the Year: Lindsay Hansen, New Hampshire Three Stars Award: Jen Huggon, New Hampshire Sportsmanship Award: Darlene Stephenson, Providence

Standings 1. Providence 2. New Hampshire 3. Maine 4. UConn Northeastern 6. Boston College

GP 15 15 15 15 15 15

W 13 13 5 3 4 2

L 1 2 8 9 10 10

T Pts 1 27 0 26 2 12 3 9 1 9 3 7

GF 56 55 27 17 24 23

GPG 3.73 (1) 3.67 (2) 1.80 (3) 1.13 (6) 1.60 (4) 1.53 (5)

HOCKEY EAST LEADERS Points 1. Kelli Halcisak - PC 21 2. Stephanie Jones - UNH 17 Ashley Payton - PC 17 4. Jenn Butsch - PC 16 Allison Edgar - UNH 16 Goals 1. Stephanie Jones - UNH 10 2. Darlene Stephenson - PC 9 Rush Zimmerman - PC 9 4. Ashley Payton - PC 8 5. Vicki Davis - UNH 7 Karen Droog - Maine 7 Kim Greene - NU 7 Assists 1. Kelli Halcisak - PC 15 2. Allison Edgar - UNH 11 3. Jenn Butsch - PC 10 Lindsay Hansen - UNH 10 Chandy Kaip - UNH 10 Randi MacMaster - UNH 10

Goals Against Average 1. Jen Hugagon - UNH 0.89 2. Jana Bugden - PC 1.45 3. Lara Smart - Maine 2.06 4. Chanda Gunn - NU 2.38 5. Shannon Murphy - UConn 2.76 Save Percentage 1. Jen Huggon - UNH .953 2. Jana Bugden - PC .926 3. Lara Smart - Maine .922 4. Chanda Gunn - NU .921 5. Shannon Murphy - UConn .900 Points (Team Leaders) Kelli Halcisak - PC 21 Stephanie Jones - UNH 17 Meagan Aarts - Maine 10 Rebecca Paul - NU 9 Brooke White - NU 9 Alaina Clark - BC 8 Jacquelyn McGuire - UConn 6

GA 22 15 31 37 36 61

GAPG 1.47 (2) 1.00 (1) 2.07 (3) 2.47 (5) 2.40 (4) 4.07 (6)

PP Pct. 26.9 (1) 15.5 (3) 7.1 (5) 16.7 (2) 4.8 (6) 11.3 (4)

PK Pct. 89.9 (1) 89.6 (2) 85.5 (4) 88.1 (3) 79.0 (5) 76.2 (6)

2002-03 SEASON

Regular Season Champion

Overall 24-6-6 27-7-2 12-15-4 11-20-4 9-18-4 12-17-3

HOCKEY EAST ALL-STARS *All-Americans First Team Position Second Team Jen Huggon - UNH * G Chanda Gunn - NU Kelli Halcisak - PC * D Allison Edgar - UNH Kristen Thomas - UNH D Gen Richardson - BC D Meredith Roth - PC Jenn Butsch - PC F Karen Droog - Maine Stephanie Jones - UNH F Darlene Stephenson - PC Ashley Payton - PC F Rush Zimmerman - PC

ITECH ALL-ROOKIE TEAM G: Jana Bugden, Providence G: Kaitlyn Shain, UConn D: Theresa Ella, Northeastern D: Jill McInnis, Boston College F: Vicki Davis, New Hampshire F: Lindsay Hansen, New Hampshire F: Rebecca Paul, Northeastern

WHEA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Jen Huggon - UNH D: Allison Edgar - UNH D: Kelli Halcisak - PC F: Hilary Greaves - PC F: Stephanie Jones - UNH F: Rush Zimmerman - PC

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2003-04 SEASON

2003-04 SEASON SNAPSHOT Regular Season Champion

Tournament Champion

Players of the Year

NEW HAMPSHIRE PROVIDENCE Coach of the Year: Joy Woog, Northeastern

CAROLYN GORDON, UNH CHANDA GUNN, NU

Rookie of the Year: Sonny Watrous, Providence Three Stars Award: Chanda Gunn, Northeastern Sportsmanship Award: Karen Thatcher, Providence

Standings 1. New Hampshire 2. Providence 3. Maine 4. Northeastern 5. UConn 6. Boston College

GP 20 20 20 20 20 20

W 17 14 9 7 5 1

L 1 5 9 9 11 18

T Pts 2 36 1 29 2 20 4 18 4 14 1 3

GF 88 79 43 35 38 29

GPG 4.40 (1) 3.95 (2) 2.15 (3) 1.75 (5) 1.90 (4) 1.45 (6)

HOCKEY EAST LEADERS Points 1. Lindsay Hansen - UNH 31 2. Rebecca Paul - UNH 30 3. Rush Zimmerman - PC 29 4. Carolyn Gordon - UNH 28 Kelli Halcisak - PC 28 Goals 1. Carolyn Gordon - UNH 20 2. Sonny Watrous - PC 14 3. Rush Zimmerman - PC 13 4. Rebecca Paul - UNH 12 5. Kelli Halcisak - PC 10 Assists 1. Lindsay Hansen - UNH 23 2. Darlene Stephenson - PC 22 3. Kristen Thomas - UNH 19 4. Kelli Halcisak - PC 18 Rebecca Paul - UNH 18

Points (Team Leaders) Lindsay Hansen - UNH Rush Zimmerman - PC Tristan Desmet - Maine Cyndy Kenyon - NU Tiffany Owens - UConn Sarah Courtney - BC

GAPG 1.75 (1) 1.85 (2) 2.50 (4) 2.45 (3) 3.10 (5) 3.95 (6)

PP Pct. 23.2 (2) 26.3 (1) 12.8 (3) 6.2 (6) 12.1 (4) 11.5 (5)

PK Pct. 90.9 (1) 86.4 (2) 85.8 (3) 85.6 (4) 75.9 (6) 80.2 (5)

Overall 23-9-4 21-13-2 12-16-4 13-13-8 9-19-6 6-22-3

HOCKEY EAST ALL-STARS

GAA 1. Melissa Bourdon - UNH 1.80 2. Jana Bugden - PC 1.92 3. Chanda Gunn - NU 2.01 4. Lara Smart - Maine 2.33 5. Kaitlyn Shain - UConn 2.82 Save Percentage 1. Chanda Gunn - NU 2. Lara Smart - Maine 3. Jana Bugden - PC 4. Melissa Bourdon - UNH 5. Kaitlyn Shain - UConn

GA 35 37 50 49 62 79

.937 .924 .916 .913 .910 31 29 18 14 13 9

(*All-Americans) First Team Position Second Team Chanda Gunn - NU * G Lara Smart - Maine Allison Edgar - UNH D Theresa Ella - NU Kristen Thomas - UNH D * Kelli Halcisak - PC F Tristan Desmet - Maine Carolyn Gordon - UNH F Amy Goodney - NU Lindsay Hansen - UNH F Darlene Stephenson - PC Meagan Aarts - Maine F Rush Zimmerman - PC

ITECH ALL-ROOKIE TEAM G: Melissa Bourdon, New Hampshire D: Martine Garland, New Hampshire D: Natalie Vibert, UConn F: Sonia Corriveau, Maine F: Amy Goodney, Northeastern F: Nicole Hekle, New Hampshire F: Sonny Watrous, Providence

WHEA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Jana Bugden, PC D: Allison Edgar, UNH D: Kelli Halcisak, PC F: Nicole Hekle, UNH F: Karen Thatcher, PC F: Sonny Watrous, PC

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2004-05 SEASON SNAPSHOT Tournament Champion

NEW HAMPSHIRE and PROVIDENCE PROVIDENCE Coaches of the Year: Brian McCloskey, UNH and Tom Mutch, BC Rookie of the Year: Jaclyn Hawkins, UConn Three Stars Award: Rush Zimmerman, Providence Sportsmanship Award: Karen Thatcher, Providence

Standings 1. Providence New Hampshire 3. UConn 4. Boston College 5. Maine 6. Northeastern

GP 20 20 20 20 20 20

W 14 13 11 6 5 2

L 4 3 5 11 13 15

T Pts 2 30 4 30 4 26 3 15 2 12 3 7

GF 65 76 55 46 39 38

GPG 3.25 (2) 3.80 (1) 2.75 (3) 2.30 (4) 1.95 (5) 1.90 (6)

HOCKEY EAST LEADERS Points 1. Nicole Hekle - UNH 33 2. Karen Thatcher - PC 32 3. Rush Zimmerman - PC 30 4. Lindsay Hansen - UNH 26 Stephanie Jones - UNH 26 Goals 1. Jaclyn Hawkins - UConn 18 2. Rush Zimmerman - PC 16 3. Stephanie Jones - UNH 14 4. Nicole Hekle - UNH 13 Deborah Spillane - BC 13 Karen Thatcher - PC 13 Assists 1. Nicole Hekle - UNH 2. Karen Thatcher - PC 3. Lindsay Hansen - UNH 4. Leah Craig - UNH Rush Zimmerman - PC

20 19 18 14 14

Save Percentage 1. Kaitlyn Shain - UConn .935 2. Marisa Hourihan - NU .921 3. Melissa Bourdon - UNH .915 4. Amy Thomas - PC .902 5. Alison Quandt - BC .901

NCAA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals Minnesota def. PC (6-1)

GAPG 2.40 (3) 1.65 (1) 2.15 (2) 3.35 (5) 2.85 (5) 3.55 (6)

STEPHANIE JONES, UNH KAREN THATCHER, PC

PP Pct. 19.8 (2) 19.0 (3) 17.1 (4) 20.0 (1) 10.7 (6) 13.4 (5)

PK Pct. 83.3 (3) 88.3 (1) 86.2 (2) 81.3 (5) 81.7 (4) 80.7 (6)

Overall 19-10-5 21-7-6 15-11-8 10-19-4 14-15-3 3-25-4

HOCKEY EAST ALL-STARS

GAA 1. Melissa Bourdon - UNH 1.85 2. Kaitlyn Shain - UConn 1.91 3. Amy Thomas - PC 2.34 4. Alison Quandt - BC 2.72 5. Rachel Gettings - ME 2.79

Points (Team Leaders) Nicole Hekle - UNH Karen Thatcher - PC Jaclyn Hawkins - UConn Deb Spillane - BC Tristan Desmet - Maine Amy Goodney - NU

GA 48 33 43 67 57 71

Players of the Year

2004-05 SEASON

Regular Season Champions

33 32 24 20 19 13

First Team Position Second Team Melissa Bourdon - UNH G Kaitlyn Shain - UConn Sarah Carlson - BC D Lori DiGiacomo - NU Natalie Vibert - UConn D Kelly Law - Maine Nicole Hekle - UNH F/D Kathleen Smith - PC Stephanie Jones - UNH F Tristan Desmet - Maine Karen Thatcher - PC F Jaclyn Hawkins - UConn Rush Zimmerman - PC F Deborah Spillane - BC

ITECH ALL-ROOKIE TEAM D: Kathleen Smith, Providence F: Leah Craig, New Hampshire F: Jaclyn Hawkins, UConn F: Nikki Petrich, Northeastern F: Deborah Spillane, Boston College

WHEA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Amy Thomas, PC D: Kristin Gigliotti, PC D: Natalie Vibert, UConn F: Tiffany Owens, UConn F: Sonny Watrous, PC F: Rush Zimmerman, PC

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2005-06 SEASON

2005-06 SEASON SNAPSHOT Regular Season Champion

Tournament Champion

NEW HAMPSHIRE

NEW HAMPSHIRE

SADIE WRIGHT-WARD, UNH

Coach of the Year: Brian McCloskey, New Hampshire Rookie of the Year: Sam Faber, New Hampshire Three Stars Award: Jennifer Hitchcock, New Hampshire Sportsmanship Award: Karen Thatcher, Providence Standings 1. New Hampshire 2. Boston College 3. Providence 4. Maine 5. UConn 6. Boston University 7. Northeastern 8. Vermont

GP 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21

W 19 16 11 9 10 6 6 1

L 1 4 8 8 11 13 14 19

T Pts 1 39 1 33 2 24 4 22 0 20 2 14 1 13 1 3

GF 107 62 69 58 44 36 43 13

GPG 5.10 (1) 2.95 (3) 3.29 (2) 2.76 (4) 2.10 (5) 1.71 (7) 2.05 (4) 0.62 (8)

HOCKEY EAST LEADERS

GA 23 43 50 48 47 66 79 76

GAPG 1.10 (1) 2.05 (2) 2.38 (5) 2.29 (4) 2.24 (3) 3.14 (6) 3.76 (8) 3.62 (7)

PP Pct. 32.7 (1) 13.9 (4) 22.2 (2) 18.0 (3) 12.4 (6) 12.5 (5) 4.5 (8) 5.1 (7)

PK Pct. 91.5 (1) 86.2 (4) 83.0 (6) 84.7 (5) 88.9 (2) 86.7 (3) 77.1 (8) 80.6 (7)

Overall 33-3-1 20-11-4 17-14-4 17-9-6 12-21-1 12-17-4 8-24-1 3-29-2

HOCKEY EAST ALL-STARS

Points 1. Sadie Wright-Ward - UNH 39 2. Jennifer Hitchcock - UNH 38 3. Samantha Faber - UNH 31 4. Karen Thatcher - PC 27 5. Sonny Watrous - PC 25 Goals 1. Jennifer Hitchcock - UNH 18 Sadie Wright-Ward - UNH 18 3. Samantha Faber - UNH 15 4. Sonny Watrous - PC 14 5. Deborah Spillane - BC 13

GAA 1. Melissa Bourdon - UNH 1.18 2. Alison Quandt - BC 1.95 Kaitlyn Shain - UConn 1.95 4. Genevieve Turgeon - ME 2.44 5. Jana Bugden - PC 2.54

Assists 1. Martine Garland - UNH 22 2. Sadie Wright-Ward - UNH 21 3. Jennifer Hitchcock - UNH 20 4. Karen Thatcher - PC 18 5. Samantha Faber - UNH 16

Points (Team Leaders) Sadie Wright-Ward - UNH 39 Karen Thatcher - PC 27 Deb Spillane - BC 23 Nikki Petrich - NU 20 Jaclyn Hawkins - UConn 19 Kelly Law - Maine 18 Laurel Koller - BU 14 Three players - UVM 3

(*All-Americans) First Team Position Second Team Kaitlyn Shain - UConn G Melissa Bourdon - UNH Martine Garland - UNH * D * Kristin Gigliotti - PC Kelly Law - Maine D Maggie Taverna - BC Jennifer Hitchcock - UNH * F Sarah Feldman - BC Karen Thatcher PC * F Deb Spillane - BC Save Percentage Sonny Watrous - PC 1. Kaitlyn Shain - UConn .931 Sadie Wright-Ward - UNH * F 2. Melissa Bourdon - UNH 3. Allyse Wilcox - BU 4. Alison Quandt - BC 5. Katie Nichols - UVM

NCAA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals UNH def. Harvard (3-1) Semifinals Minnesota def. UNH (5-4)

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Player of the Year

.920 .910 .909 .904

ITECH ALL-ROOKIE TEAM G: Allyse Wilcox, Boston University D: Erin Normore, Providence D: Amanda Shaw, Boston University D: Maggie Taverna, Boston College F: Samantha Faber, New Hampshire F: Patricia Gagnon, Maine F: Becky Zavisza, Boston College $ $ denotes unanimous selection

WHEA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Melissa Bourdon, UNH D: Kacey Bellamy, UNH D: Martine Garland, UNH F: Samantha Faber, UNH F: Jennifer Hitchcock, UNH F: Sadie Wright-Ward, UNH


2006-2007 SEASON SNAPSHOT NEW HAMPSHIRE

Tournament Champion

Player of the Year

NEW HAMPSHIRE

KELLI STACK, BC

Coach of the Year: Tom Mutch, Boston College Rookie of the Year: Kelli Stack, Boston College Three Stars Award: Sam Faber, New Hampshire Sportsmanship Award: Deb Spillane, Boston College

Rk. Standings GP W L T Pts GF GPG 1. New Hampshire 21 18 1 2 38 93 4.43 2. Boston College 21 15 6 0 30 94 4.48 3. Providence 21 12 6 3 27 71 3.38 4. UConn 21 12 7 2 26 59 2.81 5. Boston University 21 10 9 2 22 52 2.48 6. Maine 21 5 14 2 12 41 1.95 7. Northeastern 21 4 15 2 10 45 2.14 8. Vermont 21 1 19 1 3 17 0.81

HOCKEY EAST LEADERS Points 1. Kelli Stack - BC 34 2. Allie Thunstrom - BC 31 3. Becky Zavisza - BC 29 4. Sam Faber - UNH 28 Kristin Gigliotti - PC 28 Goals 1. Allie Thunstrom - BC 21 2. Jennifer Hitchcock - UNH 17 3. Meghan Fardelmann - BC 15 4. Chelsey Jones - NU 13 Kelli Stack - BC 13 Jaclyn Hawkins - UConn 13 Assists 1. Sam Faber - UNH Kelli Stack - BC 3. Kristin Gigliotti - PC 4. Sonny Watrous - PC 5. Sarah Feldman - PC

21 21 17 16 15

GA GAPG 26 1.24 38 1.81 47 2.24 47 2.24 51 2.43 71 3.38 95 4.52 97 4.62

PP Pct. 20.2% 22.7% 21.6% 17.9% 13.0% 13.8% 12.9% 3.8%

PK Pct. Overall 91.3% 28-4-5 87.7% 24-10-2 87.9% 16-16-4 86.4% 17-15-3 84.7% 19-12-3 82.8% 10-19-2 82.7% 5-26-2 69.0% 3-27-2

2006-07 SEASON

Regular Season Champion

HOCKEY EAST ALL-STARS First Team Position Second Team Brittany Wilson - UConn G Molly Schaus - BC Kristin Gigliotti - PC D Kacey Bellamy - UNH Martine Garland - UNH D Maggie Taverna - BC Natalie Vibert - UConn F Kelli Stack - BC F Jennifer Hitchcock - UNH Allie Thunstrom - BC F Becky Zavisza - BC Sam Faber UNH F Jaclyn Hawkins - UConn .929

Goals Against Average 1. Melissa Bourdon - UNH 1.23 2. Molly Schaus - BC 1.87 Melissa Haber - BU 1.87 4. Jana Bugden - PC 2.00 5. Brittany Wilson - UConn 2.17

Save Percentage 1. Molly Schaus - BC 2. Jana Bugden - PC .925 3. Brittany Wilson - UConn .924 4. Melissa Haber - BU .923 4. Melissa Bourdon - UNH .919 Points (Team Leaders) 1. Kelli Stack - BC 2. Sam Faber - UNH Kristin Gigliotti - PC 4. Jaclyn Hawkins - UConn 5. Chelsey Jones - NU 6. Melissa Anderson - BU Erin Seaman - BU 8. Sonia Corriveau - Maine 9. Chelsea Furlani - UVM

NCAA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals St. Lawrence def. UNH (6-2) BC def. Dartmouth (3-2 2OT) Semifinals UMD def. BC (4-3 2OT)

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ITECH ALL-ROOKIE TEAM

G: Molly Schaus, Boston College $ F: Kelli Stack, Boston College $ F: Allie Thunstrom, Boston College $ F: Chelsey Jones, Northeastern $ F: Kelly Paton, New Hampshire F: Dominique Thibault, UConn $ denotes unanimous selection

WHEA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Jana Bugden, PC D: Kacey Bellamy, UNH D: Kristin Gigliotti, PC F: Sam Faber, UNH F: Kelly Paton, UNH F: Mari Pehkonen, PC

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2007-08 SEASON

2007-2008 SEASON SNAPSHOT Regular Season Champion

Tournament Champion

NEW HAMPSHIRE

NEW HAMPSHIRE

DOMINIQUE THIBAULT, UCONN

Coach of the Year: Brian Durocher, Boston University Rookie of the Year: Jenn Wakefield, New Hampshire Three Stars Award: Leah Sulyma, Northeastern Sportsmanship Award: Jaclyn Hawkins, UConn Goaltending Champion: Kayley Herman, New Hampshire Scoring Champion: Jenn Wakefield, New Hampshire Rk. 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Standings GP New Hampshire 21 UConn 21 Providence 21 Boston University 21 Boston College 21 Northeastern 21 Vermont 21 Maine 21

W 20 13 10 11 9 6 4 3

L 0 5 8 9 9 14 16 15

T 1 3 3 1 3 1 1 3

Pts 41 29 23 23 21 13 9 9

GF 99 69 59 47 53 37 26 35

GPG 4.71 3.29 2.81 2.24 2.52 1.76 1.24 1.67

HOCKEY EAST LEADERS Points 1. J. Wakefield - UNH 33 2. Faber - UNH 32 3. K. Stack - BC 30 D. Thibault - UConn 30 S. Wright-Ward - UNH 30 6. J. Hitchcock - UNH 28 J. Hawkins - UConn 28 8. L. Craig - UNH 22 D. Spillane - BC 22 Goals 1. J. Wakefield - UNH 19 2. K. Stack - BC 18 3. J. Hitchcock - UNH 16 4. D. Thibault - UConn 15 5. Faber - UNH 13 6. J. Hawkins - UConn 11 S. Wright-Ward - UNH 11 A. Ruff - PC 11 Assists 1. S. Wright-Ward - UNH 19 Faber - UNH 19 3. J. Hawkins - UConn 17 4. D. Spillane - BC 15 D. Thibault - UConn 15 6. J. Wakefield - UNH 14 K. Paton - UNH 14 L. Craig - UNH 14

Goals Against Average 1. K. Herman - UNH .944 2. A. Wilcox - BU .933 3. M. Schaus - BC .914 4. L. Sulyma - NU .913 5. G. Turgeon - ME .909 6. B. Wilson - UConn .904 7. K. Olychuck - UVM .903 D. Ciarletta - PC .903 Save Percentage 1. K. Herman - UNH 0.83 2. A. Wilcox - BU 1.76 3. M. Schaus - BC 2.20 4. D. Ciarletta - PC 2.26 5. B. Wilson - UConn 2.63 6. K. Olychuck - UVM 2.79 7. L. Sulyma - NU 3.16 8. G. Turgeon - ME 3.48 Points (Team Leaders) 1. J. Wakefield - UNH 33 2. K. Stack - BC 30 D. Thibault - UConn 30 4. M. Anderson - BU 19 5. S. Feldman - PC 18 6. V. Vani - ME 16 7. K. Kehoe - NU 15 8. Three players - UVM 7

NCAA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals UNH def. St. Lawrence (3-2 OT) Semifinals UMD def. UNH (3-2)

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Player of the Year

GA GAPG PP Pct. PK Pct. Overall 15 0.71 32.6% (28-86) 97.8% (89-91) 33-4-1 54 2.57 20.4% (20-98) 78.8% (78-99) 22-8-5 51 2.43 15.9% (17-107) 83.3% (85-102) 16-16-4 44 2.10 16.2% (16-99) 85.7% (66-77) 15-17-3 46 2.19 15.9% (13-82) 82.9% (92-111) 14-13-7 70 3.33 13.0% (12-92) 89.0% (73-82) 7-24-3 65 3.10 5.6% (5-90) 85.1% (80-94) 8-25-1 80 3.81 7.5% (8-107) 75.2% (79-105) 4-27-3

HOCKEY EAST ALL-STARS

(*All-Americans) First Team Position Second Team Allyse Wilcox - BU G Kayley Herman - UNH Martine Garland - UNH * D Kacey Bellamy - UNH Kathleen Smith - PC D Maggie Taverna - BC Dominique Thibault - UConn * F Jaclyn Hawkins - UConn Sam Faber - UNH F Jenn Hitchcock - UNH Jenn Wakefield - UNH F Melissa Anderson - BU F Kelli Stack - BC

ITECH ALL-ROOKIE TEAM G: Leah Sulyma, Northeastern G: Kayley Herman, New Hampshire D: Jody Sydor, UConn F: Jennifer Chaisson, UConn F: Kristi Kehoe, Northeastern F: Alyse Ruff, Providence $ F: Jenn Wakefield, New Hampshire $ $ denotes unanimous selection

WHEA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Kayley Herman, UNH D: Kathleen Smith, PC D: Maggie Joyce, UNH F: Sam Faber, UNH F: Jenn Wakefield, UNH F: Mari Pehkonen, PC


2008-09 SEASON SNAPSHOT Tournament Champion

NEW HAMPSHIRE

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Cammi Granato Player of the Year

KELLI STACK, BC

Coach of the Year: Brian McCloskey, New Hampshire Rookie of the Year: Genevieve Lacasse, Providence Three Stars Award: Kelli Stack, Boston College Sportsmanship Award: Colleen Harris, Boston College Goaltending Champion: Genevieve Lacasse, Providence Scoring Champion: Kelli Stack, Boston College Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8.

Standings GP W New Hampshire 21 16(1) Boston College 21 14(1) Boston University 21 14(4) Providence 21 12(1) Connecticut 21 12(2) Northeastern 21 7(0) Vermont 21 5(1) Maine 21 4(2)

L SOL 2 3 5 2 6 1 8 1 8 1 13 1 15 1 15 2

Pts GF GPG 35 73 3.48 30 68 3.24 29 62 2.95 25 52 2.48 25 48 2.29 15 33 1.57 11 32 1.52 10 33 1.57

HOCKEY EAST LEADERS Points 1. K. Stack - BC 2. J. Wakefield - UNH 3. K. Paton - UNH 4. A. Thunstrom - BC S. Faber - UNH 6. M. Restuccia - BC 7. M. Long - UNH M. Anderson - BU

36 30 28 27 27 20 18 18

Goals 1. J. Wakefield - UNH 21 2. K. Stack - BC 15 3. A. Thunstrom - BC 12 K. Paton - UNH 12 5. D. Thibault - UConn 10 L. Cherewyk - BU 10 S. Faber - UNH 10 Assists 1. Kelli Stack - BC 21 2. S. Faber - UNH 17 3. K. Paton - UNH 16 4. A. Thunstrom - BC 15 5. K. Bellamy - UNH 14 6. M. Restuccia - BC 13 A. Taylor - UNH 13

GAA 1. M. Haber - BU 2. G. Lacasse - PC 3. L. Minton - UNH 4. M. Schaus - BC 5. B. Wilson - UConn 6. K. Herman - UNH 7. A. Wilcox - BU Save Percentage 1. G. Lacasse - PC 2. M. Schaus - BC 3. M. Haber - BU 4. F. Schelling - NU 5. L. Sulyma - NU 6. B. Wilson - UConn L. Minton - UNH 8. A. Wilcox - BU

Overall 24-6-5 22-9-5 18-11-7 17-16-3 19-12-4 12-20-3 7-25-2 5-23-5

HOCKEY EAST ALL-STARS 1.54 1.55 1.56 1.64 1.86 1.93 2.06 .940 .934 .929 .924 .919 .917 .917 .913

Points (Team Leaders) 1. K. Stack - BC 2. J. Wakefield - UNH 3. M. Anderson - BU 4. C. Allen - UConn L. Veharanta - PC 6. P. Wakeham - UVM 7. V. Vani - ME J. Gallo - ME 9. K. Kehoe - NU

NCAA TOURNAMENT

GA GAPG PP Pct. PK Pct. 38 1.81 23.1% (24-104) 84.8% (89-105) 35 1.67 17.5% (18-103) 89.9% (107-119) 41 1.95 18.0% (22-122) 85.2% (92-108) 40 1.90 15.6% (17-109) 86.5% (96-111) 42 2.00 16.5% (17-103) 85.3% (81-95) 56 3.67 7.7% (8-104) 87.7% (93-106) 70 3.33 15.0% (17-113) 80.4% (74-92) 79 3.76 11.5% (12-104) 75.4% (95-126)

2008-09 SEASON

Regular Season Champion

36 30 18 17 17 16 15 15 10

First Team Position Second Team Molly Schaus - BC G Genevieve Lacasse - PC Kacey Bellamy - UNH D Cristin Allen - UConn Maggie Taverna - BC D Tara Watchorn - BU Sam Faber - UNH F Kelly Paton, UNH Kelli Stack - BC F Dominique Thibault - UConn Jenn Wakefield - UNH F Allie Thunstrom - BC

WHEA ALL-ROOKIE TEAM

G: Genevieve Lacasse, Providence G: Florence Schelling, Northeastern D: Stephanie Gavronsky, Northeastern D: Tara Watchorn, Boston University F: Erin Barley-Maloney, Vermont F: Jenelle Kohanchuk, Boston University F: Mary Restuccia, Boston College F: Laura Veharanta, Providence $ $ denotes unanimous selection

WHEA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Molly Schaus, BC D: Kacey Bellamy, UNH D: Courtney Birchard, UNH F: Kelli Stack, BC F: Micaela Long, UNH F: Kelly Paton, UNH

Quarterfinals UMD def. UNH (4-1) Minnesota def. BC (4-3)

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2009-10 SEASON

2009-10 SEASON SNAPSHOT Regular Season Champion Tournament Champion Cammi Granato Player of the Year PROVIDENCE BOSTON UNIVERSITY KELLY PATON, UNH FLORENCE SCHELLING, NU Coach of the Year: Bob Deraney, Providence College Rookie of the Year: Kristina Lavoie, New Hampshire Three Stars Award: Kelly Paton, New Hampshire Sportsmanship Award: Kasey Boucher, Boston University Goaltending Champion: Florence Schelling, NU Scoring Champion: Micaela Long, New Hampshire Best Defenseman: Cristin Allen, Connecticut Gladiator Hockey Best Defensive Forward: Jennifer Chaisson, Connecticut Rk. Standings GP W L T SOW Pts Overall GPG (GA) GAPG PP Pct. PK Pct. 1. Providence 21 11 5 5 3 30 15-10-9 2.71 (59) 1.94 (44) 17% (17-100) 81.6% (80-178) 2. New Hampshire 21 13 6 2 0 28 19-9-5 3.06 (65) 2.12 (41) 23.6% (21-89) 90.4% (85-94) Boston Univ. 21 10 6 5 3 28 17-9-12 2.65 (54) 2.18 (41) 15.2% (14-92) 86.1% (87-101) Northeastern 21 9 6 6 4 28 17-9-7 2.35 (45) 1.76 (34) 11.5% (10-87) 88.1% (74-84) 5. Connecticut 21 10 5 6 1 27 21-9-7 2.29 (46) 1.59 (33) 14.0% (14-100) 87.6% (85-97) 6. Boston College 21 7 10 4 4 22 8-17-10 1.82 (41) 2.71 (54) 12.7% (13-102) 83.0% (93-112) 7. Vermont 21 5 15 1 0 11 10-22-1 1.18 (26) 2.24 (55) 11.2% (13-116) 83.9% (78-93) 8. Maine 21 3 15 3 1 10 6-20-5 1.18 (24) 2.71 (58) 10.2% (11-108) 86.1% (99-115)

HOCKEY EAST LEADERS Points 1. M. Long - UNH 2. K. Paton - UNH 3. A. Cottrell - PC 4. M. Anderson - BU 5. K. Lavoie - UNH A. Thunstrom - BC

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Goals 1. K. Lavoie - UNH 14 2. A. Thunstrom - BC 13 3. M. Anderson - BU 12 K. Paton - UNH 12 5. J. O’Neill - PC 10 A. Cottrell - PC 10 Assists 1. M. Long - UNH 2. K. Paton - UNH 3. C. Allen - UConn 4. R. Dziengelewski - UNH A. Cottrell - PC Points (Team Leaders) 1. M. Long - UNH 2. A. Cottrell - PC 3. M. Anderson - BU 4. A. Thunstrom - BC 5. J. Chaisson - UConn 6. K. Kehoe - NU 7. J. Ouellette - ME 8. E. Walsh - UVM

27 20 14 12 12

Wins 1. G. Lacasse - PC 11 2. A. Garcia - UConn 10 3. L. Minton - UNH 9 4. M. Haber - BU 8 5. F. Schelling - NU 7 6. K. Olychuck - UVM 6 GAA 1. A. Garcia - UConn 2. F. Schelling - NU 3. M. Haber - BU 4. L. Minton - UNH 5. G. Lacasse - PC 6. K. Herman - UNH Save% 1. F. Schelling - NU 2. M. Haber - BU 3. A. Garcia - UConn 4. B. Ott - ME 5. K. Kingston - BC 6. G. Lacasse - PC

34 22 21 20 17 15 9 8

NCAA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals Mercyhurst def. BU (4-1) UMD def. UNH (2-1)

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HOCKEY EAST ALL-STARS

1.42 1.50 1.57 1.71 2.02 2.06 .946 .940 .935 .932 .924 .920

*All-American First Team Position Second Team Florence Schelling - NU * G Genevieve Lacasse - PC Cristin Allen - UConn * D Tara Watchorn - BU Courtney Birchard - UNH D Amber Yung - PC Ashley Cottrell - PC F Melissa Anderson - BU Micaela Long - UNH F Jean O’Neill - PC Kelly Paton - UNH * F Allie Thunstrom - BC

WHEA ALL-ROOKIE TEAM G: Brittany Ott, Maine D: Blake Bolden, Boston College F: Brittany Esposito, Northeastern $ F: Jill Cardella, Boston University $ F: Kristina Lavoie, New Hampshire $ FD: Ashley Motherwell, Boston College $ denotes unanimous selection

WHEA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Melissa Haber, BU D: Tara Watchorn, BU D: Cristin Allen, UConn F: Melissa Anderson, BU F: Michelle Binning, UConn F: Amy Hollstein, UConn


2010-11 SEASON SNAPSHOT Tournament Champion BOSTON COLLEGE

Cammi Granato Player of the Year KELLI STACK, BC

Coach of the Year: Bob Deraney, Providence College Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Year: Marie-Philip Poulin, Boston University Three Stars Award: Kelli Stack, Boston College Sportsmanship Award: Jean O’Neill, Providence College Goaltending Champion: Kerrin Sperry, BU Scoring Champion: Kelli Stack, Boston College Best Defenseman: Catherine Ward, Boston University Gladiator Hockey Best Defensive Forward: Holly Lorms, Boston University Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8.

Standings GP W Boston University 21 15 Boston College 21 13 Providence 21 12 UConn 21 9 Northeastern 21 6 Maine 21 6 New Hampshire 21 7 Vermont 21 4

L 3 4 8 9 10 12 13 13

T Pts 3 33 4 30 1 25 3 21 5 17 3 15 1 15 4 12

Overall GPG (GA) 27-7-4 3.14 (66) 24-7-6 2.62 (55) 22-12-1 2.52 (53) 13-9-3 1.71 (36) 16-13-8 2.00 (42) 12-17-5 1.76 (37) 14-16-2 1.67 (35) 7-17-9 1.14 (24)

HOCKEY EAST LEADERS

Points 1. K. Stack - BC 34 2. J. Wakefield - BU 27 3. M. Restuccia - BC 22 4. C. Ward - BU 21 5. M. Poulin - BU 19 Goals 1. K. Stack - BC 22 2. J. Wakefield - BU 17 3. M. Poulin - BU 10 A. Cottrell - PC 10 5. H. Lorms - BU 9 Assists 1. C. Ward - BU 18 2. M. Restuccia - BC 17 3. J. Kirchner - BU 13 4. K. Stack - BU 11 C. Buie - PC 11 Points (Team Leaders) 1. K. Stack - BC 2. J. Wakefield - BU 3. K. Bacon - PC 4. K. Lavoie - UNH D. Ward - ME 6. R. Llanes - NU 7. T. Gross - UConn 8. E. Wente - UVM

33 27 17 14 14 13 12 10

Wins 1. M. Schaus - BC 13 2. K. Sperry - BU 12 3. G. Lacasse - PC 11 4. A. Garcia - UConn 9 5. B. Ott - ME 6 6. K. Herman - UNH 5 GAA 1. K. Sperry - BU 2. M. Schaus - BC 3. A. Garcia - UConn 4. G. Lacasse - PC 5. F. Schelling - NU R. Douville - UVM Save% 1. K. Sperry - BU 2. A. Garcia - UConn 3. M. Schaus - BC 4. G. Lacasse - PC 5. K. Herman - UNH

NCAA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals BC def. Minnesota (4-1) BU def. Mercyhurst (4-2)

1.19 1.39 1.79 1.90 1.96 1.96 .945 .943 .941 .939 .934

2010-11 SEASON

Regular Season Champion BOSTON UNIVERSITY

GAPG PP Pct. PK Pct. 1.57 (33) 18.0% (16-89) 93.3% (83-89) 1.52 (32) 17.2% (17-99) 92.0% (92-100) 2.05 (43) 12.5% (12-96) 82.6% (71-86) 1.86 (39) 11.4% (8-70) 92.0% (69-75) 2.29 (48) 5.1% (4-79) 86.2% (75-87) 2.57 (54) 15.5% (17-110) 82.6% (90-109) 2.38 (50) 8.0% (6-75) 89.6% (86-96) 2.33 (49) 10.1% (11-109) 82.4% (70-85)

HOCKEY EAST ALL-STARS * All-American First Team Position Second Team Molly Schaus - BC G Alexandra Garcia - UConn Catherine Ward - BU * D Sami Evelyn - UConn Courtney Birchard - UNH D Amber Yung - PC Kelli Stack - BC * F Jillian Kirchner - BU Jenn Wakefield - BU F Kate Bacon - PC Marie-Philip Poulin - BU F Mary Restuccia - BC

PRO AMBITIONS ALL-ROOKIE TEAM G: Kerrin Sperry, Boston University G: Roxanne Douville, Vermont D: Meagan Mangene, Boston College D: Rebecca Morse, Providence F: Corinne Buie, Providence F: Katie MacSorley, Northeastern F: Marie-Philip Poulin, Boston University$ $ denotes unanimous selection

WHEA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Florence Schelling, NU D: Julia Marty, NU D: Blake Bolden, BC F: Jenn Wakefield, BU F: Casey Pickett, NU F: Kelli Stack, BC

Semifinals Wisconsin def. BC (3-2) BU def. Cornell (4-1) Finals Wisconsin def. BU (4-1)

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2011-12 SEASON

2011-12 SEASON SNAPSHOT Regular Season Champion NORTHEASTERN

Tournament Champion BOSTON UNIVERSITY

Co-Coach of the Year: Dave Flint, Northeastern and Maria Lewis, Maine Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Year: Kendall Coyne, Northeastern Three Stars Award: Florence Schelling, Northeastern Sportsmanship Award: Ashley Cottrell, Providence College Goaltending Champion: Florence Schelling, Northeastern Scoring Champion: Jenn Wakefield, Boston University Best Defenseman: Kasey Boucher, Boston University Gladiator Hockey Best Defensive Forward: Casey Pickett, Northeastern Turfer Athletic Award: Kelly Wallace, Northeastern Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8.

Standings GP W Northeastern 21 15 Boston College 21 15 Boston University 21 14 Providence 21 11 Maine 21 11 New Hampshire 21 4 UConn 21 3 Vermont 21 3

L 3 4 7 8 8 15 15 16

T Pts 3 33 2 32 0 28 2 24 2 24 2 10 3 9 2 8

Overall GPG (GA) 22-7-4 3.05 (64) 24-9-3 2.84 (60) 23-14-1 3.24 (68) 16-17-4 2.90 (61) 17-11-6 2.67 (56) 10-22-3 1.81 (38) 4-23-7 1.57 (33) 4-22-6 1.52 (32)

HOCKEY EAST LEADERS Points 1. J. Wakefield - BU 31 2. K. Coyne - NU 30 3. I. Menard - BU 26 4. C. Pickett - NU 25 5. B. Dougherty - ME 22 D. Ward - ME 22 Goals 1. K. Coyne - NU 19 2. J. Wakefield - BU 14 3. I. Menard - BU 13 B. Dougherty - ME 13 5. A. Carpenter - BC 12 K. Lavoie - UNH 12 Assists 1. J. Wakefield - BU 17 2. D. Ward - ME 15 3. T. Watchorn - BU 14 C. Pickettt - NU 14 5. I. Menard - BU 13 A. Gauthier - PC 13 Points (Team Leaders) 1. J. Wakefield - BU 2. K. Coyne - NU 3. B. Dougherty - ME 4. K. Lavoie - UNH 5. A. Carpenter - BC 6. A. Gauthier - PC 7. E. Snodgrass - UConn 8. C. Rapin - UVM

31 30 22 21 20 19 12 10

GAA 1. F. Schelling - NU 1.27 2. C. Boyles - BC 1.80 3. G. Lacasse - PC 1.84 4. N. Paniccia - UConn 2.00 5. B. Ott - ME 2.19 Save% 1. F. Schelling - NU .956 2. N. Paniccia - UConn .942 3. G. Lacasse - PC .934 4. C. Boyles - BC .931 5. B. Ott - ME .926 Saves 1. F. Schelling - NU 2. B. Ott - ME 3. R. Douville - UVM 4. C. Boyles - BC 5. G. Lacasse - PC

Quarterfinals BC def. St. Lawrence (6-3) Cornell def. BU (8-7 3OT) Semifinals Wisconsin def. BC (6-2)

GAPG 1.29 (27) 1.95 (37) 2.24 (47) 2.05 (43) 2.33 (49) 3.57 (75) 2.81 (59) 3.57 (75)

PP Pct. PK Pct. 12.9% (11-85) 91.0% (81-89) 15.9% (14-88) 83.1% (64-77) 18.9% (20-106) 89.2% (91-102) 8.7% (9-104) 86.8% (99-114) 12.0% (13-108) 83.2% (84-101) 15.0% (12-80) 88.0% (73-83) 14.8% (12-81) 91.9% (79-86) 7.0% (8-114) 84.2% (96-114)

HOCKEY EAST ALL-STARS

Wins 1. F. Schelling - NU 15 C. Boyles - BC 15 3. K. Sperry - BU 12 4. B. Ott - ME 11 5. G. Lacasse - PC 10

NCAA TOURNAMENT

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Cammi Granato Player of the Year FLORENCE SCHELLING, NORTHEASTERN

580 579 555 501 499

*All-American First Team Position Second Team Florence Schelling - NU * G Genevieve Lacasse - PC Blake Bolden - BC D Stephanie Gavronsky - NU Kasey Boucher - BU D Tara Watchorn - BU Alex Carpenter - BC F Brittany Dougherty - ME Kendall Coyne - NU * F Isabel Menard - BU Jenn Wakefield - BU * F Casey Pickett - NU

PRO AMBITIONS ALL-ROOKIE TEAM D: Emily Pfalzer, Boston College $ F: Alex Carpenter, Boston College $ F: Kendall Coyne, Northeastern $ F: Emily Field,Boston College F: Amanda Pelkey, Vermont F: Kayla Tutino, Boston University $ denotes unanimous selection

WHEA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Genevieve Lacasse, PC D: Christie Jensen, PC D: Kathryn Miller, BU F: Ashley Cottrell, PC F: Marie-Philip Poåulin, BU F: Jenn Wakefield, BU


2012-13 SEASON SNAPSHOT

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Standings GP W Boston University 21 18 Boston College 21 17 Northeastern 21 13 New Hampshire 21 10 Providence 21 8 Vermont 21 6 Maine 21 2 Connecticut 21 1

L 2 2 7 8 10 11 16 19

T Pts 1 37 2 36 1 27 3 23 3 19 4 16 3 7 1 3

Overall GPG (GA) 28-6-3 4.24 (89) 27-7-3 5.24 (110) 23-11-2 4.38 (92) 14-16-4 2.48 (52) 15-16-5 3.79 (76) 8-21-4 2.29 (48) 5-24-4 1.71 (36) 3-29-3 1.29 (27)

HOCKEY EAST LEADERS Points 1. A. Carpenter - BC 48 2. K. Coyne - NU 43 3. H. Skarupa - BC 37 4. M. Poulin - BU 33 5. C. Pickett - BC 31 Goals 1. A. Carpenter - BC 25 2. K. Coyne - NU 21 3. H. Skarupa - BC 15 C. Pickett - NU 15 5. J. Kohanchuk - BU 14 S. Lefort - BU 14 Assists 1. A. Carpenter - BC 23 2. H. Skarupa - BC 22 M. Poulin - BU 22 K. Coyne - NU 22 5. I. Menard - BU 19 Points (Team Leaders) 1. A. Carpenter - BC 48 2. K. Coyne - NU 43 3. M. Poulin - BU 33 4. N. Anderson - PC 19 5. B. Zuback - UVM 18 6. C. Lavoie - UNH 17 7. B. Dougherty - ME 16 8. K. Campero - UConn 9 M. Cava - UConn 9

Wins 1. K. Sperry - BU 14 2. C. Boyles - BC 12 3. C. Desjardins - NU 11 4. J. Gilligan - UNH 8 5. S. Bryant - PC 6 GAA 1. C. Boyles - BC 1.81 2. J. Gilligan - UNH 2.06 3. K. Sperry - BU 2.56 4. R. Douville - UVM 2.73 5. C. Desjardins - NU 2.81 Save% 1. R. Douville - UVM .923 2. J. Gilligan - UNH .915 3. C. Boyles - BC .912 4. C. Desjardins - NU .900 5. K. Sperry - BU .899 Saves 1. R. Douville - UVM 590 2. E. Chuli - UConn 569 3. B. Ott - ME 477 4. C. Desjardins - NU 416 5. S. Bryant - PC 392

GAPG 2.62 (55) 1.95 (41) 2.86 (60) 2.76 (58) 3.63 (78) 2.86 (60) 4.19 (88) 4.29 (90)

2012-13 SEASON

Regular Season Champion Tournament Champion Cammi Granato Player of the Year BOSTON UNIVERSITY BOSTON UNIVERSITY ALEX CARPENTER, BOSTON COLLEGE Coach of the Year: Katie King Crowley, Boston College Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Year: Haley Skarupa, Boston College Three Stars Award: Kendall Coyne, Northeastern Sportsmanship Award: Jill Cardella, Boston University Goaltending Champion: Corinne Boyles, Boston College Turfer Athletic Scoring Champion: Alex Carpenter, Boston College Best Defenseman: Blake Bolden, Boston College Gladiator Hockey Best Defensive Forward: Erin Wente, Vermont PP Pct. PK Pct. 23.9% (22-92) 82.2% (83-101) 32.0% (24-75) 80.8% (79-73) 25.6% (20-78) 80.3% (61-76) 24.7% (19-77) 86.6% (58-67) 19.6% (18-92) 80.2% (69-86) 16.1% (15-93) 83.3% (80-96) 11.1% (10-90) 75.7% (84-111) 7.9% (6-76) 71.4% (45-63)

HOCKEY EAST ALL-STARS *All-American First Team Position Second Team Roxanne Douville - UVM G Corinne Boyles - BC Blake Bolden - BC D Alexis Crossley - UNH Shannon Doyle - BU D Emily Pfalzer - BC Alex Carpenter - BC * F Jenelle Kohanchuk - BU Kendall Coyne - NU * F Casey Pickett - NU Marie-Philip Poulin - BU * F Haley Skarupa - BC

PRO AMBITIONS ALL-ROOKIE TEAM D: Lexi Bender, Boston College D: Alexis Crossley, New Hampshire F: Molly Illikainen, Providence College $ F: Sarah Lefort, Boston University $ F: Haley Skarupa, Boston College $ F: Dana Trivigno, Boston College $ denotes unanimous selection

WHEA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Kerrin Sperry, BU D: Blake Bolden, BC D: Shannon Doyle, BU F: Kendall Coyne, NU F: Marie-Philip Poulin, BU F: Louise Warren, BU

NCAA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals BC def. Harvard (3-1) BU def. Clarkson (5-3)

Semifinals Minnesota def. BC (3-2 2OT) BU def. Mercyhurst (4-1) Finals Minnesota def. BU (6-3)

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2013-14 SEASON

2013-14 SEASON SNAPSHOT Regular Season Champion BOSTON COLLEGE

Tournament Champion BOSTON UNIVERSITY

Co-Coaches of the Year: Katie King Crowley, Boston College and Jim Plumer, Vermont Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Year: Andie Anastos, Boston College Three Stars Award: Louise Warren, Boston University Sportsmanship Award: Jill Cardella, Boston University Goaltending Champion: Haley Frade, Providence Turfer Athletic Scoring Champion: Sarah Lefort, Boston University Best Defenseman: Emily Pfalzer, Boston College Gladiator Hockey Best Defensive Forward: Taylor Wasylk, Boston College Rk. 1. 2. 4. 5. 7. 8.

Standings GP W Boston College 21 18 Boston University 21 14 Northeastern 21 13 Vermont 21 13 Maine 21 5 Connecticut 21 6 Providence 21 6 New Hampshire 21 4

L 2 7 6 7 13 14 15 15

T Pts 1 37 0 28 2 28 1 27 3 13 1 13 0 12 2 10

Overall GPG (GF) GAPG (GA) 27-7-3 3.86 (81) 1.67 (35) 24-13-1 3.43 (72) 2.57 (54) 19-14-2 3.14 (66) 2.14 (45) 18-14-4 2.62 (55) 2.10 (44) 7-20-5 2.05 (43) 3.57 (75) 9-24-2 1.76 (37) 3.05 (64) 11-24-0 2.33 (49) 3.05 (64) 9-23-2 2.14 (45) 3.19 (67)

HOCKEY EAST LEADERS Points 1. S. Lefort - BU 36 2. L. Warren - BU 33 3. A. Anastos - BC 26 4. K. Wallace - NU 23 5. H. Skarupa - BC 22 A. Pelkey - UVM 22 Goals 1. S. Lefort - BU 19 2. L. Warren - BU 18 3. H. Skarupa - BC 16 4. A. Richards - ME 14 K. MacSorley - NU 14 Assists 1. S. Lefort - BU 17 2. P. Savage - NU 16 A. Anastos - BC 16 4. K. Fratkin - BU 15 L. Warren - BU 15 H. Frade - PC 15 Points (Team Leaders) 1. S. Lefort - BU 36 2. A. Anastos - BC 26 3. K. Wallace - NU 23 4. A. Pelkey - UVM 22 5. H. Frade - PC 21 6. S. MacDonnell - UConn 18 7. A. Richards - ME 16 N. Gifford - UNH 16

Wins 1. C. Boyles - BC 15 2. C. Desjardins - NU 13 3. K. Sperry - BU 12 R. Douville - UVM 12 5. E. Chuli - UConn 6 S. Bryant - PC 6 GAA 1. C. Boyles - BC 1.52 2. R. Douville - UVM 1.82 3. C. Desjardins - NU 2.08 4. K. Sperry - BU 2.39 5. E. Chuli - UConn 2.44 Save% 1. C. Boyles - BC .945 2. R. Douville - UVM .941 3. E. Chuli - UConn .934 4. C. Desjardins - NU .934 5. K. Sperry - BU .927 Saves 1. C. Desjardins - NU 618 2. M. Treacy - ME 547 3. K. Sperry - BU 544 4. E. Chuli - UConn 539 5. R. Douville - UVM 531

NCAA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals Minnesota def. BU (5-1) Clarkson def. BC (3-1)

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Warrior Player of the Year SARAH LEFORT, BOSTON UNIVERSITY

PP Pct. 19.1% (17-89) 17.8% (13-73) 12.6% (12-95) 18.6% (16-86) 10.0% (8-80) 11.2% (9-80) 13.7% (13-95) 14.8% (12-81)

PK Pct. 86.1% (62-72) 87.8% (86-98) 87.8% (86-98) 87.2% (75-86) 77.0% (57-74) 82.1% (64-78) 83.2% (79-95) 89.7% (70-78)

HOCKEY EAST ALL-STARS *All-American First Team Position Second Team Roxanne Douville - UVM G Corinne Boyles - BC Emily Pfalzer - BC D Lexi Bender - BC Kaleigh Fratkin - BU D Gina Repaci - UVM Heather Mottau - NU D Sarah Lefort - BU * F Brittany Esposito - NU Haley Skarupa - BC F Amanda Pelkey - UVM Louise Warren - BU F Kelly Wallace - NU

PRO AMBITIONS ALL-ROOKIE TEAM D: Heather Mottau, Northeastern $ F: Andie Anastos, Boston College $ F: Victoria Andreakos, Vermont F: Cassidy Carels, Providenc e F: Maddie Elia, Boston University F: Hayley Scamurra, Northeastern F: Cassandra Vilgrain, UNH $ denotes unanimous selection

WHEA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Kerrin Sperry, BU D: Kaleigh Fratkin, BU D: Kaliya Johnson, BC F: Kate Leary, BC F: Louise Warren, BU F: Rebecca Russo, BU


2014-15 SEASON SNAPSHOT

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Standings GP W Boston College 21 20 Boston University 21 15 Northeastern 21 11 Vermont 21 9 Maine 21 5 Connecticut 21 6 Providence 21 6 New Hampshire 21 5

L 0 5 8 11 11 13 14 15

T Pts 1 41 1 31 2 24 1 19 5 15 2 14 1 13 1 11

Overall 32-1-2 23-8-3 14-16-5 10-20-3 11-17-8 10-23-3 15-19-2 6-25-4

HOCKEY EAST LEADERS Points 1. Alex Carpenter - BC 41 2. Kendall Coyne - NU 39 3. Haley Skarupa - BC 33 4. Marie-Philip Poulin - BU 26 Sarah Lefort - BU 26 Goals 1. Kendall Coyne - NU 21 2. Alex Carpenter - BC 20 3. Haley Skarupa - BC 16 Sarah Lefort - BU 16 5. Victoria Bach - BU 13 Assists 1. Alex Carpenter - BC 21 Kenzie Kent - BC 21 3. Emily Pfalzer - BC 19 4. Kendall Coyne - NU 18 Lexi Bender - BC 18

Wins 1. Katie Burt - BC 16 2. Chloe Desjardins - NU 10 3. Erin O’Neil - BU 8 Meghann Treacy - ME 8 5. Victoria Hanson - BU 7 GAA 1. Katie Burt - BC 0.61 2. Victoria Hanson - BU 2.00 3. Erin O’Neil - BU 2.34 4. M.Treacy - Maine 2.60 5. C.Desjardins - NU 2.68 Save% 1. Katie Burt - BC .965 2. M.Treacy - Maine .929 3. Victoria Hanson - BU .923 4. C.Desjardins - NU .923 5. A. Belanger - UConn .921 Saves 1. M.Treacy - Maine 643 2. C.Desjardins - NU 573 3. Allie Morse - PC 507 4. M. Litchfield - UVM 467 5. Elaine Chuli - UConn 466

Offense Defense 5.43 GPG 0.86 GAPG 3.81 GPG 2.38 GAPG 3.19 GPG 3.00 GAPG 2.19 GPG 3.48 GAPG 1.95 GPG 2.76 GAPG 2.38 GPG 3.43 GAPG 1.90 GPG 3.62 GAPG 1.90 GPG 3.24 GAPG

2014-15 SEASON

Regular Season Champion Tournament Champion Cammi Granato Player of the Year BOSTON COLLEGE BOSTON UNIVERSITY ALEX CARPENTER, BOSTON COLLEGE Coach of the Year: Katie King Crowley, Boston College Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Year: Victoria Bach, Boston University Three Stars Award: Alex Carpenter, Northeastern Sportsmanship Award: Beth Hanrahan, Providence College Goaltending Champion: Katie Burt, Boston College Squad Locker Scoring Champion: Alex Carpenter, Boston College Best Defenseman: Emily Pfalzer, Boston College Gladiator Custom Mouthguards Best Defensive Forward: Marie-Phillip Poulin, Boston Univ. Power Play Penalty Kill 17.9% 94.3% 19.2% 83.7% 25.0% 80.6% 19.8% 77.8% 11.5% 86.8% 17.5% 84.1% 12.8% 80.4% 12.5% 76.2%

HOCKEY EAST ALL-STARS First Team

Pos.

Second Team

Meghann Treacy, Maine (Jr.) G Katie Burt, BC (Fr.) Megan Keller, BC (Fr.) D Lexi Bender, BC (Jr.) Emily Pfalzer, BC (Sr.) * D Shannon Doyle, BU (Sr.) Alex Carpenter, BC (Jr.) * F Sarah Lefort, BU (Jr.) Kendall Coyne, NU (Jr.) * F Haley Skarupa, BC (Jr.) Marie-Philip Poulin, BU (Sr.) * F Kayla Tutino, BU (Jr.)

PRO AMBITIONS ALL-ROOKIE TEAM G: Katie Burt, Boston College D: Megan Keller, Boston College * F: Victoria Bach, Boston University * F: Denisa Křížová, Northeastern * F: Rebecca Leslie, Boston University F: Leah Lum, UConn F: Tori Sullivan, Boston College * denotes unanimous selection

WHEA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Elaine Chuli, UConn D: Emily Pfalzer, BC D: Shannon Doyle, BU F: Alex Carpenter, BC F: Marie-Philip Poulin, BU F: Kayla Tutino, BU

NCAA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals BC def. Clarkson (5-1) Wisconsin def. BU (5-1) Semifinals Harvard def. BC (2-1)

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2015-16 SEASON

2015-16 SEASON SNAPSHOT Regular Season Champion Tournament Champion Cammi Granato Player of the Year BOSTON COLLEGE BOSTON COLLEGE KENDALL COYNE, NORTHEASTERN Coach of the Year: Katie King Crowley, Boston College Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Year: Makenna Newkirk, Boston College Three Stars Award: Kendall Coyne, Northeastern Sportsmanship Award: Sara Carlson, New Hampshire Goaltending Champion: Katie Burt, Boston College Squad Locker Scoring Champion: Kendall Coyne, Northeastern Best Defenseman: Megan Keller, Boston College Gladiator Custom Mouthguards Best Defensive Forward: Leah Burress, UConn Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Standings GP W L T Pts Boston College 24 24 0 0 48 Northeastern 24 20 4 0 40 Boston University 24 17 5 2 36 UConn 24 11 10 3 25 New Hampshire 24 8 16 0 16 Vermont 24 6 15 3 15 Providence 24 6 16 2 14 Maine 24 6 17 1 13 Merrimack 24 3 18 3 9

Overall 40-1-0 28-9-1 23-14-2 17-15-5 11-24-1 9-25-3 10-24-2 10-23-2 5-26-3

HOCKEY EAST LEADERS Points 1. Kendall Coyne - NU 55 2. Alex Carpenter - BC 51 3. Haley Skarupa - BC 49 4. Denisa Krizova - NU 38 5. Victoria Bach - BU 35 Goals 1. Kendall Coyne - NU 30 2. Haley Skarupa - BC 26 3. Alex Carpenter - BC 19 4. Victoria Bach - BU 17 5. Denisa Krizova - NU 14 Theresa Knutson - UC 14 Assists 1. Alex Carpenter - BC 32 2. Kendall Coyne - NU 25 3. Denisa Krizova - NU 24 Dana Trivigno - BC 24 Megan Keller - BC 24

Wins 1. Katie Burt - BC 20 2. Brittany Bugalski - NU 15 3. Erin O’Neil - BU 11 4. Elaine Chuli - UConn 9 5. Kyra Smith - UNH 7 GAA 1. Katie Burt - BC 1.16 2. Brittany Bugalski - NU 1.54 3. Elaine Chuli - UConn 2.32 4. M. Litchfield - UVM 2.56 5. Kyra Smith - UNH 2.71 Save Percentage 1. Katie Burt - BC .942 2. Elaine Chuli - UConn .937 3. Brittany Bugalski - NU .934 4. S. Ridgewell - MC .925 5. Meghann Treacy - ME .918 Saves 1. S. Ridgewell - MC 694 2. M.Treacy - Maine 639 3. Elaine Chuli - UConn 628 4. Erin O’Neil - BU 448 5. M. Litchfield - UVM 416

NCAA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals BC def. Northeastern (5-1) Semifinals BC def. Clarkson (3-2 OT) Final Minnesota def. BC (3-1)

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Offense 5.29 GPG 4.58 GPG 4.00 GPG 2.17 GPG 2.12 GPG 1.96 GPG 1.83 GPG 1.67 GPG 1.38 GPG

Defense 1.12 GAPG 1.88 GAPG 2.92 GAPG 2.54 GAPG 3.12 GAPG 3.21 GAPG 3.67 GAPG 3.12 GAPG 3.42 GAPG

Power Play Penalty Kill 32.6% 87.3% 21.5% 87.1% 16.5% 78.9% 16.2% 79.2% 17.3% 83.1% 17.9% 83.8% 16.3% 77.6% 12.2% 81.4% 15.3% 73.3%

HOCKEY EAST ALL-STARS First Team

Pos.

Second Team

Elaine Chuli, UConn (Sr.) G Brittany Bugalski, NU (Fr.) Megan Keller, BC (Fr.) D Jordan Krause, NU (Sr.) Lexi Bender, BC (Sr.) * D Taylor Wilard, UVM (So.) Alex Carpenter, BC (Sr.) * F Victoria Bach, BU (So.) Kendall Coyne, NU (Sr.) * F Rebecca Leslie, BU (So.) Haley Skarupa, BC (Sr.) * F Denisa Krizova, NU (So.)

PRO AMBITIONS ALL-ROOKIE TEAM G: Brittany Bugalski, Northeastern G: Samantha Ridgewell, Merrimack D: Maddie Hartman, Northeastern D: Alyson Matteau, Maine F: Sammy Davis, Boston University * F: Makenna Newkirk, Boston College * F: Christina Putigna, Providence F: Paige Voight, Merrimack * denotes unanimous selection

WHEA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Erin O’Neil, BU D: Alexis Crossley, BU D: Megan Keller, BC F: Alex Carpenter, BC F: Haley Skarupa, BC F: Victoria Bach, BU


2016-17 SEASON SNAPSHOT Tournament Champion BOSTON COLLEGE

Cammi Granato Player of the Year MEGAN KELLER, BOSTON COLLEGE

Coach of the Year: Bob Deraney, Providence Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Year: Whitney Dove, Providence/ Tereza Vanišová, Maine Army ROTC Three Stars Award: Jonna Curtis, New Hampshire Sportsmanship Award: Cassidy Carels, Providence Hockey East Scoring Champion: Victoria Bach, Boston University (19g, 16a, 35p) Best Defenseman Award: Megan Keller, Boston College * Best Defensive Forward: Hayley Scamurra, Northeastern Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Standings GP W L T Pts Boston College 24 17 4 3 37 Northeastern 24 14 8 2 30 Boston University 24 12 8 4 28 Providence 24 11 10 3 25 Vermont 24 9 8 7 25 New Hampshire 24 11 11 2 24 UConn 24 9 13 2 20 Merrimack 24 7 17 0 14 Maine 24 6 17 1 13

Overall 25-5-5 21-11-3 19-11-6 17-17-3 15-13-9 14-19-2 14-18-4 11-22-3 10-21-1

HOCKEY EAST LEADERS Points 1. Victoria Bach - BU 35 2. Jonna Curtis - UNH 32 3. Denisa Křížová - NU 29 4. Makenna Newkirk - BC 28 McKenna Brand - NU 28 Goals 1. Victoria Bach - BU 19 2. McKenna Brand - NU 18 3. Jonna Curtis - UNH 17 4. Brooke Stacey - ME 15 5. Cassidy Carels - PC 13 Brooke Boquist - PC 13 Assists 1. Megan Keller - BC 21 2. Makenna Newkirk - BC 19 3. Hayley Scamurra - NU 18 4. Denisa Křížová - NU 17 5. Victoria Bach - BU 16

Wins 1. Katie Burt - BC 15 2. Brittany Bugalski - NU 13 3. Hilary Cashin - UNH 10 4. Victoria Hanson - BU 9 Annie Belanger - UConn 9 GAA 1. Katie Burt - BC 1.61 2. Madison Litchfield - UVM 2.04 3. Victoria Hanson - BU 2.14 4. Brittany Bugalski - NU 2.27 5. Annie Belanger - UConn 2.45 Save Percentage 1. Victoria Hanson - BU .935 2. Madison Litchfield - UVM .931 3. Katie Burt - BC .928 4. Annie Belanger - UConn .922 5. Brittany Bugalski - NU .920 Saves 1. Annie Belanger - UConn 639 2. Carly Jackson - ME 572 3. Brittany Bugalski - NU 583 4. Victoria Hanson - BU 558 5. Léa-Kristine Demers - MC 482

Offense 3.44 GPG 3.03 GPG 3.64 GPG 3.21 GPG 2.32 GPG 2.50 GPG 2.09 GPG 2.46 GPG 2.06 GPG

Defense 1.62 GAPG 2.39 GAPG 2.82 GAPG 2.91 GAPG 2.29 GAPG 2.97 GAPG 2.41 GAPG 3.31 GAPG 3.28 GAPG

2016-17 SEASON

Regular Season Champion BOSTON COLLEGE

Power Play Penalty Kill 26.4% 92.6% 15.3% 87.0% 22.5% 82.3% 14.2% 84.5% 10.8% 88.4% 15.3% 86.9% 14.2% 86.2% 16.3% 82.5% 11.0% 77.1%

HOCKEY EAST ALL-STARS First Team Pos. Second Team Victoria Hanson, BU (Sr.) G Madison Litchfield, UVM (Sr.) Megan Keller, BC (Jr.) * D Heather Mottau, NU (Sr.) Amy Schlagel, UNH (Jr.) D Taylor Willard, UVM (Jr.) Victoria Bach, BU (Jr.) * F Denisa Křížová, NU (Jr.) McKenna Brand, NU (Jr.) F Makenna Newkirk, BC (So.) Jonna Curtis, UNH (Sr.) F Mary Parker, BU (GS)

PRO AMBITIONS ALL-ROOKIE TEAM D: Abby Cook, Boston University D: Whitney Dove, Providence * F: Delaney Belinskas, Boston College * F: Caitrin Lonergan, Boston College * F: Ève-Audrey Picard, Vermont F: Tereza Vanišová, Maine * denotes unanimous selection

WHEA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Katie Burt, BC D: Codie Cross, NU D: Megan Keller, BC F: Andie Anastos, BC F: Kenzie Kent, BC F: Kasidy Anderson, NU

NCAA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals BC def. St. Lawrence (6-0) Semifinals Wisconsin def. BC (1-0)

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2016-17 MONTHLY & WEEKLY HONOREES WARRIOR HOCKEY PLAYER OF THE WEEK Week Player Sept. 26 Samantha Sutherland, BU Oct. 3 Katelyn Rae, MC Oct. 10 Denisa Krizova, NU Ève-Audrey Picard, UVM Oct. 17 Mary Parker, BU Jonna Curtis, UNH Oct. 24 Katie Burt, BC Oct. 31 Andie Anastos, BC Brooke Boquist, PC Nov. 7 Mary Parker, BU Nov. 14 Tereza Vanisova, ME Nov. 21 Jonna Curtis, UNH Nov. 28 Nina Rodgers, BU Dec. 5 Alyssa Gorecki, UVM Dec. 12 Natalie Flynn, BU Jan. 9 McKenna Brand, NU Kristyn Capizzano, BC Jan. 16 Alyson Matteau, ME Jan. 23 Jonna Curtis, UNH Jan. 30 Leah Lum, UConn Feb. 6 Makenna Newkirk, BC Feb. 13 Rebecca Leslie, BU Megan Keller, BC Feb. 20 Jonna Curtis, UNH Feb. 27 Alyssa Gorecki, UVM March 6 Andie Anastos, BC March 13 Kenzie Kent, BC March 20 Katie Burt, BC WARRIOR HOCKEY PLAYER OF THE MONTH Month Player Oct. Denisa Krizova, Northeastern Nov. Mary Parker, Boston University Dec. Andie Anastos, Boston College Jan. Denisa Krizova, Northeastern Makenna Newkirk, Boston College Feb. Megan Keller, Boston College PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE OF THE MONTH Month Player Oct. Caitrin Lonergan, Boston College Nov. Caitrin Lonergan, Boston College Tereza Vanisova, Maine Dec. Delaney Belinskas, Boston College Jan. Mikyla Grant-Mentis, Merrimack Feb. Ève-Audrey Picard, Vermont HOCKEY EAST GOALTENDER OF THE MONTH Month Player Oct. Brittany Bugalski, Northeastern Nov. Brittany Bugalski, Northeastern Dec. Melissa Black, Vermont Jan. Katie Burt, Boston College Feb. Katie Burt, Boston College

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HOCKEY EAST DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Week Player Sept. 26 Victoria Hanson, BU Oct. 3 Annie Belanger, UConn Oct. 10 Madison Myers, PC Oct. 17 Brittany Bugalski, NU Oct. 24 Brittany Bugalski, NU Oct. 31 Kate Friesen, PC Nov. 7 Brittany Bugalski, NU Nov. 14 Toni Ann Miano, BC Alyson Matteau, ME Nov. 21 Hilary Cashin, UNH Nov. 28 Samantha Ridgewell, MC Dec. 5 Katie Burt, BC Dec. 12 Erin O’Neil, BU Jan. 9 Victoria Hanson, BU Jan. 16 Katie Burt, BC Jan. 23 Megan Keller, BC Jan. 30 Lea-Kristine Demers, MC Feb. 6 Madison Litchfield, UVM Feb. 13 Brittany Bugalski, NU Feb. 20 Lea-Kristine Demers, MC Feb. 27 Katie Burt, BC March 6 Megan Keller, BC March 13 Kali Flanagan, BC March 20 Megan Keller, BC PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE OF THE WEEK Week Player Sept. 26 Tereza Vanisova, ME Oct. 3 Briana Colangelo, UConn Oct. 10 Delaney Belinskas, BC Oct. 17 Carly Jackson, ME Oct. 24 Mikyla Grant-Mentis, MC Oct. 31 Lea-Kristine Demers, MC Nov. 7 Caitrin Lonergan, BC Nov.14 Caitrin Lonergan, BC Nov. 21 Breanna Scarpaci, BU Nov. 28 Meghara McManus, UNH Dec. 5 Nicole Dunbar, UNH Dec. 12 Delaney Belinskas, BC Jan. 9 Clare Minnerath, PC Jan. 16 Avery Fransoo, PC Jan. 23 Whitney Dove, PC Jan. 30 Mikyla Grant-Mentis, MC Feb. 6 Caitrin Lonergan, BC Feb. 13 Erin Connolly, BC Feb. 20 Kathleen McHugh, PC Feb. 27 Ève-Audrey Picard, UVM March 6 Codie Cross, NU March 13 Delaney Belinskas, BC March 20 Caitrin Lonergan, BC


2016-17 SEASON SUPERLATIVES Team Opponent ME vs RPI PC at RIT NU at Lindenwood PC at RIT NU vs Syracuse NU at Dartmouth BC at UConn BU vs Merrimack BC at Providence PC at Cornell NU at UNH BC vs Merrimack UNH vs Maine NU at UNH BU vs Maine BC vs Merrimack BC vs Merrimack BC vs St. Lawrence

40+ SAVES Date Goalie 10/8 Carly Jackson 10/23 Hilary Cashin 10/28 Annie Belanger 11/12 Carly Jackson 11/15 Hilary Cashin 11/18 Samantha Ridgewell 11/25 Samantha Ridgewell 11/25 Victoria Hanson 11/26 Annie Belanger 12/9 Victoria Hanson 12/10 Erin O’Neil 1/7 Victoria Hanson 1/21 Victoria Hanson 2/4 Mariah Fujimagari 2/10 Brittany Bugalski 2/18 Lea-Kristine Demers 2/24 Samantha Ridgewell 3/4 Madison Litchfield

Team Opponent Svs Result ME at Boston College 42 L, 1-2 UNH vs Clarkson 41 L, 1-3 UConn vs Boston College 43 L, 0-3 ME vs Boston Univ. 41 W, 4-1 UNH vs Harvard 40 W, 3-2 MC vs Boston Univ. 43 L, 3-7 MC at Quinnipiac 43 T, 1-1 BU vs Princeton 41 W, 4-1 UConn at Quinnipiac 42 L, 2-3 BU vs Minnesota 45 L, 1-5 BU vs Minnesota 44 W, 6-5 BU vs Boston College 45 T, 0-0 (OT) BU at Providence 41 T, 5-5 (OT) ME at Merrimack 40 W, 5-3 NU at Boston College 46 W, 2-1 MC at Vermont 48 W, 3-2 MC at Boston College 46 L, 0-1 BC vs. Boston College 49 L, 3-4 (2OT)

HAT TRICKS Date Player (career) 9/25 Samantha Sutherland (1) 10/1 Katelyn Rae (1) 10/9 Delaney Belinskas (1) 10/15 Mary Parker (2) 10/15 Jonna Curtis (1) 10/28 Andie Anastos (2) 11/11 Victoria Bach (2) 11/12 Delaney Belinskas (2) 11/12 Tereza Vanisova (1) 11/18 Rebecca Leslie (1) 11/25 Bridget Baker (1) 11/26 Blair Parent 1/4 Kristyn Capizzano 1/21 Jonna Curtis (2) 1/21 Victoria Bach (3) 1/28 Mikyla Grant-Mentis (1) 2/4 Katelyn Rae (2) OVERTIME GOALS Date Player 10/21 Mikyla Grant-Mentis 11/6 Lindsay Roethke 11/15 Jonna Curtis 11/22 Victoria Bach 11/26 Mary Parker 12/3 Alyssa Gorecki 12/4 Eve-Audrey Picard 12/10 Natalie Flynn 1/3 Madison Morey 1/20 Makenna Newkirk 2/3 Lauren Kelly 2/12 Cassidy MacPherson 2/24 Denisa Krizova 3/4 Andie Anastos 3/5 Andie Anastos

Team BU MC BC BU UNH BC BU BC ME BU UVM PC BC UNH BU MC MC

Svs Result 20 W, 2-0 24 W, 7-0 10 W, 5-0 33 W, 3-0 27 W, 1-0 19 W, 3-0 17 W, 3-0 29 W, 2-0 17 W, 8-0 26 W, 2-0 23 W, 3-0 12 W, 1-0 22 W, 7-0 29 W, 6-0 35 W, 5-0 20 W, 4-0 28 W, 1-0 24 W, 6-0

Opponent Result vs. Providence W, 5-2 at St. Cloud W, 4-1 vs. Maine W, 5-1 at Penn State W, 7-2 vs Merrimack W, 6-2 at UConn W, 3-0 at Maine W, 5-3 vs UNH W, 7-1 vs Boston Univ. W, 4-1 vs Merrimack W, 7-3 vs St. Cloud W, 5-1 at Brown W, 7-3 vs Syracuse W, 4-3 vs Maine W, 7-0 at Providence T, 5-5 (OT) at Boston Univ. W, 4-1 vs Maine L, 3-5

Team Opponent Result MC vs Robert Morris W, 4-3 UConn at UNH W, 2-1 UNH vs Harvard W, 3-2 BU at Harvard W, 4-3 BU vs Princeton W, 4-3 UVM at Northeastern W, 2-1 UVM at Northeastern W, 3-2 BU vs Minnesota W, 6-5 MC vs Vermont W, 2-1 BC at Vermont W, 3-2 NU vs Providence W, 4-3 PC at Merrimack W, 4-3 NU vs UConn W, 4-3 BC vs. Vermont W, 4-3 (2OT) BC vs. Northeastern W, 2-1

INDIVIDUAL HIGHS Goals:

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Delaney Belinskas, BC (10/9 vs. Maine) Jonna Curtis, UNH (10/15 vs. Merrimack)

Points:

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Jonna Curtis, UNH (1/21vs. Maine)

Assists:

4

Makenna Newkirk, BC (12/3 at Providence)

Point Streak: Saves:

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Denisa Krizova, NU (Oct. 1 - Nov. 18, 9-12--21) Mary Parker, BU (Nov. 4 - Dec. 2, 10-6--16) Christina Putigna, PC (Oct. 7 - Nov. 12, 5-8--13)

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Madison Litchfield, UVM (3/4 vs BC) Lea-Kristine Demers, MC (2/18 vs Vermont)

SUPERLATIVES

SHUTOUTS Date Goalie 9/25 Mariah Fujimagari 10/7 Madison Myers 10/7 Brittany Bugalski 10/8 Madison Myers 10/15 Brittany Bugalski 10/21 Brittany Bugalski 10/28 Katie Burt 11/19 Victoria Hanson 12/3 Katie Burt 1/6 Clare Minnerath 1/7 Brittany Bugalski 1/13 Katie Burt 1/21 Hilary Cashin 1/28 Brittany Bugalski 2/19 Victoria Hanson 2/23 Katie Burt 2/24 Katie Burt 3/11 Katie Burt

TEAM HIGHS Goals: 8 Boston College (12/3 at Providence) W, 8-0 7 Providence (10/7 at RIT) W, 7-3 7 Boston Univ (10/15 at Penn State) W, 7-2 7 UConn (11/5 at Merrimack) W, 7-1 7 Boston College (11/18 at Merrimack) W, 7-3 7 Providence (11/26 at Brown) W, 7-3 7 UNH (1/21 vs Maine) W, 7-0 7 Merrimack (2/3 vs Maine) W, 7-2 7 Boston College (2/12 vs Vermont) W, 7-1 7 Boston Univ. (2/17 vs Northeastern) W, 7-2 In league play: 8 Boston College (12/3 at Providence) W, 8-0 Shots on Goal:

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Boston College (3/4 vs. Vermont) W, 4-3 (2OT) Boston Univ. (11/11 at Merrimack) W, 3-0

Shots in a Period: 24

Boston Univ. (11/18 at Merrimack) W, 7-3

Consecutive Wins: 6 6 In league play: 6 Unbeaten Streak: 16 In league play: 11

Boston Univ. (11/18/16 to 12/2/16; 6-0-0) Boston College (2/19/17 to present; 6-0-0) Northeastern (11/6/16 to 11/20/16; 4-0-2) Boston College (11/11/16 to 2/10/17; 12-0-3) Boston College (11/11/16 to 2/10/17; 9-0-2)

THE LAST TIME A player had four goals: Jonna Curtis, UNH (10/15/16 vs. Merrimack) In league play: Jonna Curtis, UNH (10/15/16 vs. Merrimack) A rookie had a hat trick: Mikyla Grant-Mentis, MC (1/28 at Boston Univ.) In league play: Mikyla Grant-Mentis (1/28 at Boston Univ.) A defenseman had a hat trick: Lexi Bender, BC, 10/4/14 vs. Syracuse A goaltender recorded 50 saves: Erin O’Neil, BU, 3/5 vs. Northeastern (54) In league play: Samantha Ridgewell, MC, 1/26/16 vs. BC (52) A team won 10 games in a row: Boston College, 40 games (10/2/15 to 3/18/16) In league play: Boston College, 24 games (10/2/15 to present) A team was unbeaten in 10 straight games: Boston College, 16 games (11/11/16 to 2/10/17; 13-0-3) In league play: BC 52 games (51-0-1), 2/15/14 to 10/14/16) A team recorded 50 shots-on-goal: Boston College, 53 (3/54 vs. Vermont) In league play: Boston University, 50 (11/18 at Merrimack)

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WHEA AWARDS

INDIVIDUAL HOCKEY EAST AWARDS CAMMI GRANATO PLAYER OF THE YEAR The Warrior Cammi Granato Player of the Year Award, renamed in 2008 to honor former Providence College superstar Cammi Granato, is awarded annually by the head coaches to a player who has demonstrated the most superior play and leadership for her team. Granato had a legendary career, establishing many scoring records for the Friars (139 goals in 99 games). She captured ECAC Player of the Year honors from 1991-93, while leading the team to back-to-back conference titles in 1992 and 1993. A 15-year member of the U.S. Women’s National Tea,, Granato is the program’s all-time scoring leader. She achieved international fame by captaining Team USA to the gold medal at the 1998 Olympic Winter Games. Keller skated in 20 of 24 Women’s Hockey East games for the Eagles this season, helping Boston College to the number one seed in the for the fourth straight season. Keller backboned the Eagles’ defensive corps to a record of 17-4-3, amassing six goals and a league-leading 21 assists, including six game-winning helpers, in the process. Keller was the only Hockey East skater to average more than 1.00 assists per game, finishing with an average of 1.05. The junior blueliner and Top-10 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award finalist also led the league in power-play assists (10), plus-minus (+25). As a defenseman, Keller averaged 1.45 blocked shots per game with a total of 29 blocks on the season. She was named the Hockey East Player of the Week on February 13 and the Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week on January 13. Against the rest of the NCAA, Keller ranked in the top-25 players nationwide in scoring (9g, 26a) and top-15 in assists (26). In just her junior season, Keller became the all-time leading scorer among Women’s Hockey East defenseman, improving her career stat line to 15-59—74.

Rookie of the Year Award History Season 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

Player Lindsay Hansen, UNH Sonny Watrous, PC Jaclyn Hawkins, UConn Samantha Faber, UNH Kelli Stack, BC Jenn Wakefield, UNH Genevieve Lacasse, PC Kristina Lavoie, UNH Marie-Philip Poulin, BU Kendall Coyne, NU Haley Skarupa, BC Andie Anastos, BC Victoria Bach, BU Makenna Newkirk, BC Whitney Dove, PC Tereza Vanisova. ME

Pos. F F F F F F G F F F F F F F F F

Coach of the Year Award History Season Coach 2002-03 Brian McCloskey, UNH 2003-04 Joy Woog, NU 2004-05 Brian McCloskey, UNH Tom Mutch, BC 2005-06 Brian McCloskey, UNH 2006-07 Tom Mutch, BC 2007-08 Brian Durocher, BU 2008-09 Brian McCloskey, UNH 2009-10 Bob Deraney, PC 2010-11 Bob Deraney, PC 2011-12 Dave Flint, NU Maria Lewis, Maine 2012-13 Katie King Crowley, BC 2013-14 Katie King Crowley, BC Jim Plumer, UVM 2014-15 Katie King Crowley, BC 2015-16 Katie King Crowley, BC 2016-17 Bob Deraney, PC

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Player of the Year Award History Season 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

Player Pos. Jen Huggon, UNH G Carolyn Gordon, UNH F Chanda Gunn, NU G Stephanie Jones, UNH F Karen Thatcher, PC F Sadie Wright-Ward, UNH F Kelli Stack, BC F Dominique Thibault, UConn F Kelli Stack, BC F Kelly Paton, UNH F Florence Schelling, NU G Kelli Stack, BC F Florence Schelling, NU G Alex Carpenter, BC F Sarah Lefort, BU F Alex Carpenter, BC F Kendall Coyne, NU F Megan Keller, BC D

PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

Dove appeared in 23 Hockey East games for the Friars across her rookie campaign, racking up four goals and 12 assists, leading all PC freshmen and all WHEA rookie defensemen and ranking fifth among all WHEA first-year skaters. Among first-year defensemen, she ranked tops in goals (4), assists (12), points (16), power-play goals (2), power-play points (6), and was second in power-play assists(4). Dove’s 0.52 assists per game also ranked third among all WHEA rookies and tops among first-year defensemen. She also sat fifth in points per game with 0.70, and second among all rookies in power-play points with six on the season. In Hockey East contests, Dove netted two game-winning goals and dished out the game-winning assist once. On January 23, Dove was honored for her performance after a five-assist weekend against as the Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Week. Vanisova appeared in 20 games during her rookie season, netting an even 10 goals and 10 assists to rank third in scoring among all league freshmen and good for second on her team. Vanisova led all league rookies with 0.50 goals per game and ranked fourth in assists per game with 0.50. Her points per game average of 1.00 was good for second among all WHEA first-year players. The Czech Republic native also finished as a top-five freshmen in shots on goals per game (2.80) and goals per shots on goal (.179). Vanisova was named Pro Ambitions Rookie on September 26 after the first week of the season and was named the Hockey East Player of the Week on November 14, one of just two firstyear skaters to earn the player of the week award this season. She is the first skater from Maine to win an individual award.

COACH OF THE YEAR

This award is bestowed annually to a head coach who is considered to have demonstrated the highest number of significant accomplishments over the course of the season as voted by the conference’s head coaches. Providence College’s Deraney wins the award for the third time. Coach Deraney led the Providence College Friars to an 11-10-3 Hockey East record, the team’s first winning season in league play since 2011-12, and the fourth seed in the WHEA Tournament. Deraney guided his team to the third-most potent offense on Women’s Hockey East, averaging 3.17 goals per game. The veteran coach was at the helm of a Friars squad that scored the second-most third-period goals in league play in 2016-17, potting 34 goals in the final frame of contests. His team also limited opponents to the second-fewest third-period goals on the year, allowing just 19 shots to find the back of the net in the final 20 minutes of play.


NATIONAL AWARDS The CCM All-American Teams are selected annually by the American Hockey Coaches Association, they are announced at the end of the season at the Women’s Frozen Four. FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICANS Jen Huggon, UNH 2003 Chanda Gunn, NU 2004 Kelly Halcisak, PC 2004 Martine Garland, UNH 2006 Sadie Wright,Ward, UNH 2006 Kacey Bellamy, UNH 2009 Kelly Paton, UNH 2010 Molly Schaus, BC 2011 Florence Schelling, NU 2012 Emily Pfalzer, BC 2015 Alex Carpenter, BC 2015 Marie-Philip Poulin, BU 2015 Megan Keller, BC 2016 Alex Carpenter, BC 2016 Kendall Coyne, NU 2016 Megan Keller, BC 2017 SECOND-TEAM ALL-AMERICANS Kelly Halcisak, PC 2003 Kristin Gigliotti, PC 2006 Jennifer Hitchcock, UNH 2006 Karen Thatcher, PC 2006 Martine Garland, UNH 2008 Dominique Thibault, UConn 2008 Molly Schaus, BC 2009 Kelli Stack, BC 2009 Courtney Birchard, UNH 2010 Florence Schelling, NU 2010 Kelli Stack, BC 2011 Catherine Ward, BU 2011 Blake Bolden, BC 2013 Alex Carpenter, BC 2013 Kendall Coyne, NU 2013 Sarah Lefort, BU 2014 Kendall Coyne, NU 2015 Elaine Chuli, UConn 2016 Haley Skarupa, BC 2016

PATTY KAZMAIER AWARD

HOCKEY HUMANITARIAN

Presented annually since 1997-98 to the top player in women’s college ice hockey, the Patty Kazmaier Award was first won by Brandy Fisher of UNH. Below is a list of Hockey East Top 10 finalists, with winners in bold.

Arguably the highest individual honor in the sport of college ice hockey, the Hockey Humanitarian Award bridges any gender gap between the men’s and women’s game as well as any perceived talent gap between divisions. Annually presented to the athlete that best demonstrates the highest qualities of humanity, the award has become a symbol for everything that is right with college athletics, and it is an honor just to be nominated for the award, or to be selected as one of the annual finalists. Winners in bold. !-Finalist

2002-03 2003-04 2005-06 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

2015-16 2016-17

Chanda Gunn, Northeastern Kelli Halcisak, Providence Chanda Gunn, Northeastern Kelli Halcisak, Providence Nicole Hekle, UNH Karen Thatcher, Providence Sam Faber, UNH Martine Garland, UNH Molly Schaus, Boston College Jenn Wakefield, UNH Kelly Paton, UNH Florence Schelling, Northeastern Molly Schaus, Boston College Kelli Stack, Boston College Florence Schelling, Northeastern Alex Carpenter, Boston College Kendall Coyne, Northeastern Sarah Lefort, Boston University Alex Carpenter, Boston College Kendall Coyne, Northeastern Emily Pfalzer, Boston College Marie-Philip Poulin, Boston Univ. Haley Skarupa, Boston College Kendall Coyne, Northeastern Alex Carpenter, Boston College Megan Keller, Boston College Haley Skarupa, Boston College Megan Keller, Boston College

NATIONAL AWARDS

CCM ALL-AMERICANS

Past Nominees 2002-03 Chanda Gunn, NU ! 2003-04 Chanda Gunn, NU 2004-05 Sarah Carlson, BC 2005-06 Janelle Armitage, UConn ! 2007-08 Missy Elumba, NU 2008-09 Missy Elumba, NU 2011-12 Ashley Norum, Maine 2013-14 Danielle Rancourt, UVM ! Kelly Wallace, NU

NU’s Missy Elumba was the third Women’s Hockey East player to win the prestigious Hockey Humanitarian Award

U.S. Olympians

Team USA won the first-ever Olympic gold medal presented for women’s ice hockey, defeating long-time nemesis Team Canada in the 1998 games. The squad included 12 former Huskies, Wildcats and Friars, and was captained by Providence legend Cammi Granato. Granato and seven others returned to claim silver in 2002. Hockey East placed four student-athletes on the silver-medal winning team at the 2010 Winter Olympics and five more on the Team USA roster for the 2014 games. Player Grad Year Chris Bailey, F PC ‘94 Laurie Baker, F PC ‘00 Kacey Bellamy, D UNH ‘09 Alana Blahoski, F PC ‘96 Lisa Brown-Miller, F PC ‘88 Karyn Bye, F UNH ‘93 Alex Carpenter, F BC ‘16 Colleen Coyne, D UNH ‘93 Kendall Coyne, F NU ‘16

Olympics ‘98, ‘02 ‘98, ‘02 ‘10, ‘14 ‘98 ‘98 ‘98, ‘02 ‘14 ‘98 ‘14

Player Grad Year Olympics Sara DeCosta, G PC ‘00 ‘98, ‘02 Tricia Dunn, F UNH ‘95 ‘98, ‘02, ‘06 Cammi Granato, F PC ‘93 ‘98, ‘02 Chanda Gunn, G NU ‘04 ‘06 Shelley Looney, F NU ‘94 ‘98, ‘02 Sue Merz, D UNH ‘94 ‘98, ‘02 Vicki Movsessian, D PC ‘94 ‘98 Molly Schaus, G BC ‘11 ‘10. ‘14 Kelli Stack, G BC ‘11 ‘10, ‘14 Karen Thatcher, F PC ‘06 ‘10

Chanda Gunn won the Humanitarian Award in 2004 and was the starting goalie for the 2006 U.S. Olympic team

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SCORING RECORDS

SCORING RECORDS Career Points

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Seasons GP G A Pts PPG Kendall Coyne, NU 2011-16 79 91 76 167 2.11 Alex Carpenter, BC 2011-16 85 76 84 160 1.88 Haley Skarupa, BC 2012-16 78 73 68 141 1.81 Kelli Stack, BC 2006-11 84 68 65 133 1.58 Jenn Wakefield, BU/UNH 2007-12 73 71 50 121 1.65 Sam Faber, UNH 2005-09 80 45 73 118 1.48 Jennifer Hitchcock, UNH 2004-08 83 61 47 108 1.30 Sadie Wright-Ward, UNH 2004-08 79 40 60 100 1.27 Kelly Paton, UNH 2006-10 82 36 60 96 1.17 Andie Anastos, BC 2012-17 90 40 55 95 1.06

Career Goals

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Seasons GP Kendall Coyne, NU 2011-16 79 Alex Carpenter, BC 2011-16 85 Haley Skarupa, BC 2012-16 78 Jenn Wakefield, BU/UNH 2007-12 73 Kelli Stack, BC 2006-11 84 Jennifer Hitchcock, UNH 2004-08 83 Sarah Lefort, BU 2012-16 85 Allie Thunstrom, BC 2006-10 84 Jaclyn Hawkins, UConn 2004-07 81 Victoria Bach, BU 2014- 68

G 91 76 73 71 68 61 58 53 51 49

A Pts GPG 76 167 1.15 84 160 0.89 68 141 0.94 50 121 0.97 65 133 0.81 47 108 0.73 59 117 0.68 34 87 0.98 43 94 0.63 40 89 0.72

Career Assists

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Name Seasons GP G A Pts APG Alex Carpenter, BC 2011-16 85 76 84 160 0.99 Kendall Coyne, NU 2011-16 79 91 76 167 0.96 Sam Faber, UNH 2005-09 80 45 73 118 0.91 Haley Skarupa, BC 2012-16 78 73 68 141 0.87 Kelli Stack, BC 2006-11 84 68 65 133 0.77 Lindsay Hansen, UNH 2002-06 75 23 63 86 0.84 Sadie Wright-Ward, UNH 2004-08 79 40 60 100 0.76 Kelly Paton, UNH 2006-10 82 36 60 96 0.73 Megan Keller, BC 2014- 63 15 59 74 1.34 Sarah Lefort, BU 2012-16 85 58 59 117 0.68

League games only (D) - defenseman ! - rookie

Single Season Points

Rk. Name Season GP G A Pts PPG 1. Kendall Coyne, NU 2015-16 23 30 25 55 2.39 2. Alex Carpenter, BC 2015-16 24 19 32 51 2.12 3. Haley Skarupa, BC 2015-16 24 26 23 49 2.04 4. Alex Carpenter, BC 2012-13 21 25 23 48 2.29 5. Kendall Coyne, NU 2012-13 19 21 22 43 2.26 6. Alex Carpenter, BC 2014-15 19 20 21 41 2.16 7. Kendall Coyne, NU 2014-15 18 21 18 39 2.17 Sadie Wright-Ward, UNH 2005-06 21 18 21 39 1.86 9. Jennifer Hitchcock, UNH 2005-06 21 18 20 38 1.81 Denisa Krizova, NU 2015-16 23 14 24 38 1.65

Single Season Goals

Rk. Name 1. Kendall Coyne, NU 2. Haley Skarupa, BC 3. Alex Carpenter, BC 4. Kelli Stack, BC 5. Allie Thunstrom, BC ! Jenn Wakefield, UNH Kendall Coyne, NU 8. Carolyn Gordon, UNH 9. Alex Carpenter, BC Jenn Wakefield, UNH Kendall Coyne, NU ! Sarah Lefort, BU

Season GP G A Pts GPG 2015-16 23 30 35 55 1.30 2015-16 24 26 23 49 1.08 2012-13 21 25 23 48 1.19 2010-11 21 22 11 33 1.05 2006-07 21 21 10 31 1.00 2008-09 21 21 9 30 1.00 2012-13 19 21 22 43 1.11 2003-04 20 20 8 28 1.00 2015-16 24 19 32 51 0.79 2007-08 18 19 14 33 1.06 2011-12 19 19 11 30 1.00 2013-14 21 19 17 36 0.90

Single Season Assists Rk. Name 1. Alex Carpenter, BC 2. Kelly Paton, UNH 3. Micaela Long, UNH 4. Kendall Coyne, NU 5. Denisa Krizova, NU Dana Trivigno, BC Megan Keller, BC (D) 8. Lindsay Hansen, UNH Alex Carpenter, BC

Haley Skarupa, BC

Season GP G A Pts APG 2015-16 24 19 32 51 1.33 2009-10 21 12 30 32 0.95 2009-10 21 7 27 34 1.27 2015-16 23 30 25 55 1.09 2015-16 23 14 24 38 1.04 2015-16 24 9 24 33 1.00 2015-16 24 5 24 29 1.00 2003-04 19 8 23 31 1.21 2012-13 21 25 23 48 1.09 2015-16 24 26 23 49 0.96

Active Career Point Leaders

Rk. 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 21.

Kendall Coyne, Alex Carpenter, and Haley Skarupa all finished their careers in 2016, rewriting the entire Women’s Hockey East record book during their unprecedented proflific point-scoring campaigns.

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Name Denisa Křížová, NU Victoria Bach, BU Megan Keller, BC Rebecca Leslie, BU Kenzie Kent, BC McKenna Brand, NU Makenna Newkirk Brooke Stacey, ME Leah Lum, UConn Toni Ann Miano, BC Brooke Boquist, PC Sammy Davis, BU Theresa Knutson, UConn Amy Schlagel, UNH Christina Putigna, PC Kali Flanagan, BC Justine Fredette, UConn Tori Sullivan, BC Paige Voight, MC Nina Rodgers, BU Shelby Herrington, NU Taylor Willard, UVM

Cl. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

GP PPG G 63 1.41 36 68 1.31 49 63 1.17 15 63 1.06 25 69 0.91 21 69 0.81 32 45 1.13 20 67 0.73 25 69 0.67 21 57 0.74 14 63 0.67 27 46 0.87 19 57 0.68 23 69 0.55 16 48 0.73 12 69 0.49 11 61 0.52 9 44 0.70 14 44 0.65 21 80 0.39 15 64 0.47 12 69 0.43 9

A 53 40 59 42 42 24 31 24 25 28 15 21 16 22 23 23 23 17 10 16 18 21

Pts 89 89 74 67 63 56 51 49 46 42 42 40 39 38 35 34 32 31 31 31 30 30


GOALTENDING RECORDS

Career SV%

(min. 25 games) Rk. Name Seasons GP W-L-T 1. Katie Burt, BC 2014- 59 51-4-4 2. Florence Schelling, NU 2008-12 63 29-22-11 3. Genevieve Lacasse, PC 2008-12 75 42-24-8 4. Alexandra Garcia, UConn 2008-12 41 19-15-9 5. Kaitlyn Shain, UConn 2002-06 49 22-18-6 Chanda Gunn, NU 2002-04 32 10-17-5 Melissa Haber, BU 2006-10 38 20-9-8 Molly Schaus, BC 2006-11 79 46-24-9 9. Corinne Boyles, BC 2009-14 68 46-14-6 10. Kayley Herman, UNH 2007-11 51 33-10-8 Lara Smart, Maine 2002-04 30 11-15-4

Career Saves

Rk. Name Seasons 1. Elaine Chuli, UConn 2012-16 2. Roxanne Douville, UVM 2010-14 3. Brittany Ott, ME 2009-13 4. Genevieve Turgeon, ME 2005-09 5. Meghann Treacy, ME 2012-16 6. Genevieve Lacasse, PC 2008-12 7. Molly Schaus, BC 2006-11 8. Florence Schelling, NU 2008-12 9. Kerrin Sperry, BU 2010-14 10. Chloe Desjardins, BU 2011-15

Career Wins

GP W-L-T 65 18-39-7 73 23-36-11 189 22-43-9 77 17-46-12 65 19-40-6 75 42-24-8 79 46-24-9 63 29-22-11 68 50-15-3 104 55-28-8

Rk. Name Seasons 1. Melissa Bourdon, UNH 2003-07 2. Katie Burt, BC 2014- 3. Kerrin Sperry, BU 2010-14 4. Corinne Boyles, BC 2009-14 5. Molly Schaus, BC 2006-11 6. Genevieve Lacasse, PC 2008-12 7. Jana Bugden, PC 2003-07 8. Brittany Wilson, UConn 2005-09 9. Chloe Desjardins, NU 2011-15 10. Kayley Herman, UNH 2007-11

Career Minutes

Rk. Name 1. Molly Schaus, BC 2. Genevieve Lacasse, PC 3. Roxanne Douville, UVM 4. Brittany Ott, Maine 5. Genevieve Turgeon, ME 6. Kerrin Sperry, BU 7. Corinne Boyles, BC 8. Florence Schelling, NU 9. Meghann Treacy, ME 10. Elaine Chuli, UConn

GA 67 94 80 110 67 138 138 123 106 117

Svs 1086 1731 1927 1446 1278 922 880 1810 1564 965 816

Seasons 2006-11 2008-12 2010-14 2009-13 2005-09 2010-14 2009-14 2008-12 2012-16 2012-16

GP 79 75 73 74 77 68 68 63 65 65

Rk. Name Season 1. Katie Burt, BC ! 2014-15 2. Kayley Herman, UNH 2007-08 3. Jen Huggon, UNH 2002-03 4. Katie Burt, BC 2015-16 5. Melissa Bourdon, UNH 2005-06 6. Kerrin Sperry, BU 2010-11 7. Melissa Bourdon, UNH 2006-07 8. Florence Schelling, NU 2011-12 9. Molly Schaus, BC 2010-11 10. Alexandra Garcia, UConn 2009-10

SP .942 .940 .933 .938 .929 .929 .929 .929 .927 .923 .923

Rk. Name Season 1. Katie Burt, BC ! 2014-15 2. Florence Schelling, NU 2011-12 3. Jen Huggon, UNH 2002-03 4. Florence Schelling, NU 2009-10 5. Corinne Boyles, BC 2013-14 Kerrin Sperry, BU 2010-11 7. Katie Burt, BC 2015-16 8. Kayley Herman, UNH 2007-08 9. Alexandra Garcia, UConn 2010-11 10. Roxanne Douville, UVM 2013-14 Molly Schaus, BC 2010-11

Svs SV% 2202 .919 2143 .925 2043 .915 2042 .902 1969 .917 1927 .933 1810 .929 1731 .940 1685 .921 1607 .921

GP Win% 64 .879 59 .864 68 .757 68 .778 79 .639 75 .622 61 .672 62 .642 59 .643 51 .725

Single Season GAA (min. 10 games)

GAA 1.11 1.51 1.58 1.73 1.76 1.77 1.84 1.89 1.91 2.03

W-L-T 52-5-5 51-4-4 50-15-3 46-14-6 46-24-9 42-24-8 37-17-4 35-18-7 34-18-4 33-10-8

Minutes 4673:19 4501:47 4284:58 4257:00 4156:38 4059:45 3896:50 3809:20 3802:43 3786:50

GP 17 18 15 20 16 15 16 21 20 20

W-L-T 16-0-1 17-0-1 13-2-0 20-0-0 14-1-1 12-1-2 14-1-1 15-3-3 13-4-3 10-4-6

GA GAA 10 0.61 15 0.83 13 0.89 22 1.16 19 1.18 18 1.19 19 1.23 27 1.27 28 1.39 29 1.42

GOALIE RECORDS

Career GAA

(min. 25 games) Rk. Name Seasons GP W-L-T 1. Katie Burt, BC 2014- 59 51-4-4 2. Melissa Bourdon, UNH 2003-07 64 52-5-5 3. Kayley Herman, UNH 2007-11 51 33-10-8 4. Florence Schelling, NU 2008-12 63 29-22-11 5. Melissa Haber, BU 2006-10 38 20-9-8 6. Molly Schaus, BC 2006-11 59 46-24-9 7. Genevieve Lacasse, PC 2008-12 75 42-24-8 8. Corinne Boyles, BC 2009-14 68 46-14-6 9. Alexandra Garcia, UConn 2008-12 58 19-24-11 10. Jana Bugden, PC 2002-07 61 37-17-4

League games only ! - rookie

Single Season SV% (min. 10 games) GP 17 21 15 15 19 15 20 18 20 19 20

W-L-T Svs SV% 16-0-1 278 .965 15-3-3 580 .956 13-2-0 263 .953 7-4-4 403 .946 15-2-1 482 .945 12-1-2 310 .945 20-0-0 358 .942 17-0-1 251 .944 9-8-3 598 .943 12-5-1 531 .941 13-4-3 444 .941

Single Season Saves

Rk. Name Season 1. Marisa Hourihan, NU 2004-05 2. Samantha Ridgewell, MC 2015-16 3. Genevieve Turgeon, ME 2008-09 4. Leah Sulyma, NU 2007-08 5. Genevieve Turgeon, ME 2007-08 6. Meghann Treacy, ME 2014-15 7. Annie Belanger, UConn 2016-17 Meghann Treacy, ME 2015-16 9. Elaine Chuli, UConn 2015-16 10. Chloe Desjardins, NU 2013-14

GP 20 20 21 21 19 19 22 24 18 21

W-L-T Sv% 2-15-3 .921 3-14-3 .925 2-15-4 .899 6-14-1 .913 3-13-3 .909 8-10-1 .929 9-11-2 .922 6-15-1 .918 9-8-1 .937 13-6-2 .934

Active Career GAA

Rk. Name Seasons 1. Katie Burt, BC 2014- 2. Brittany Bugalski, NU 2015- 3. Hilary Cashin, UNH 2015- 4. Annie Belanger, UConn 2014- 5. Lea-Kristina Demers, MC 2016-

GP W-L-T 59 51-4-4 40 28-10-2 17 10-6-1 36 13-18-5 16 5-11-0

GA 67 76 49 99 42

Svs 815 694 682 675 657 643 639 639 628 61

GAA 1.11 1.94 2.61 2.69 2.76

Active Career SV%

Rk. Name Seasons 1. Katie Burt, BC 2014- 2. Brittany Bugalski, NU 2015- 3. Melissa Black, UVM 2015- 4. Lea-Kristina Demers, MC 2016- 5. Annie Belanger, UConn 2014-

GP W-L-T Svs Sv% 59 51-4-4 1086 .942 40 28-10-2 943 .925 30 4-22-4 1054 .925 16 5-11-0 482 .920 36 13-18-5 1106 .918

Active Career Saves

Rk. Name Seasons 1. Annie Belanger, UConn 2014- 2. Katie Burt, BC 2014- 3. Samantha Ridgewell, MC 2015- 4. Brittany Bugalski, NU 2015- 5. Erin O’Neil, BU 2015-

GP W-L-T Sv% Saves 36 13-18-5 .904 1106 59 51-4-4 .942 1086 28 5-20-3 .913 961 40 28-10-2 .925 943 33 22-9-2 .902 905

Active Career Wins

Rk. Name Seasons 1. Katie Burt, BC 2014- 2. Brittany Bugalski, BU 2015- 3. Victoria Hanson, BU 2014-

GP 59 40 39

Win% .864 .725 .679

W-L-T 51-4-4 28-10-2 24-10-5

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MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS

MISC. RECORDS

Records reflect only regular season games played within the conference schedule

Team Records Best Win Pct.: 1.00 .976 Most Wins: 24 20 20 Fewest Losses: 0 0 0 Most Home Wins: 12 11 Most Road Wins: 12 10 10 10 Winning Streak: 25

Individual Scoring BC (24-0-0 in 2015-16) UNH (20-0-1 in 2007-08) BC (20-0-1 in 2015-16) BC (2015-16) UNH (2007-08) BC (2014-15) BC (2015-16) UNH (2007-08) BC (2014-15) BC (2015-16) UNH (2005-06) BC (2015-16) UNH (2006-07) UNH (2007-08) BC (2014-15) BC (2/15/14 - 2/21/15)

Unbeaten Streak: 52 Boston College (10/19/14-10/14/16) 51-0-1 40 UNH (11/17/06 to 10/15/08 (35-0-5) Most OT Games: 7 Northeastern (2009-10) UConn (2014-15) Most Ties: 7 Vermont (2016-17) Most Goals Scored: season: 127 game: 11 both teams: 15

BC (2015-16) UNH (2/11/06 at NU) NU 8, Providence 7 (1/20/13) UNH 10, BC 2 (3/5/05) BU 7, UConn 5 (2/23/13)

Most Goals Per Game: 5.29 BC (2015-16) Fewest Goals Allowed: 15 UNH (2002-03) Lowest GAA: 0.71 UNH (2007-08)

Special Teams Best Power Play: Best Penalty Kill:

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32.7% 97.8%

UNH (2005-06) UNH (2007-08)

Most Power Play Goals: season: 38

UNH (2009-10)

Most Shorthanded Goals: season: 9

Boston College (2006-07)

Most Penalty Minutes: season: 359 per game: 17.10

Providence (2005-06) Providence (2005-06)

Fewest Penalty Minutes: season: 94 per game: 6.27

UConn (2002-03) UConn (2002-03)

Most Points: career: 167 season: 55 game: 6

Kendall Coyne, NU (2011-2016) Kendall Coyne, NU (2015-16) Nicole Hekle, UNH (2/22/04 at UConn) Casey Pickett, NU (11/3/12 vs. UConn) Kendall Coyne, NU (11/3/12 vs. UConn)

Most Goals: career: 91 Kendall Coyne, NU (2011-2016) season: 30 Kendall Coyne, NU (2011-2016) game: 4 Casey Pickett, NU (11/3/12 vs. UConn) Most Assists: career: 84 season: 32 game: 5

Alex Carpenter, BC (2011-2016) Alex Carpenter, BC (2011-2016) Nicole Hekle, UNH (2/22/04 at UConn) Kristen Thomas, UNH (2/6/04 vs. NU) Kendall Coyne, NU (11/2/12 vs. UConn)

Defenseman Scoring Most Points: career: 63 59 season: 29 28 game: 5

Megan Keller, Boston College (2014-) Emily Pfalzer, Boston College (2011-15) Megan Keller, Boston College (2015-16) Kelli Halcisak, Providence (2003-04) Kristin Gigliotti, Providence (2006-07) Megan Keller, BC (2/12/17 vs. UVM) Kristen Thomas, UNH (2/6/04 vs. NU) Twice by Kelli Halcisak, Providence

Most Goals: career: 21 season: 13 game: 3

Kristin Gigliotti, Providence (2003-07) Shannon Clement, UNH (2005-06) Twice by Shannon Clement, UNH

Most Assists: career: 59 48 season: 24 game: 5

Megan Keller, Boston College (2014-) Emily Pfalzer, Boston College (2011-15) Megan Keller, Boston College (2015-16) ! Kristen Thomas, UNH (2/6/04 vs. NU)

Freshman Scoring Most Points: season: 37 Hayley Skarupa, BC (2012-13) game: 6 Nicole Hekle, UNH (2/22/04 at UConn) Most Goals: season: 21 game: 4 3 3 3 Most Assists: season: 22 game: 5

Allie Thunstrom, BC (2006-07) Delaney Belinskas, BC (16-17) Jaclyn Hawkins, UConn (04-05) Jennifer Hitchcock, UNH (04-05) Hayley Skarupa, BC (12-13) Hayley Skarupa, BC (2012-13) Nicole Hekle, UNH (2/22/04 at UConn)


2017-18 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

Sat., Sept. 23 MC at BU – 3pm* Laurentian at PC – 2pm (ex) Concordia at NU – 3pm (ex) Whitby at UConn – 3pm (ex) Sun., Sept. 24 Univ. of Montreal at UVM – 2pm (ex) Fri., Sept. 29 PC at Union – 6pm McGill at UVM – 6pm (ex) QU at Maine – 7pm Clarkson at NU – 7pm UConn at St. Cloud – 7:07pm Nepean at UNH – 7:30pm (ex) MC at Minnesota – 8:07pm Sat., Sept. 30 QU at Maine – 3pm Clarkson at NU – 3pm UConn at St. Cloud State – 4:07pm Sun., Oct. 1 UVM at PC – 2pm* MC at Minnesota – 3:07pm Thu., Oct. 5 UMD at BC – 6pm Fri., Oct. 6 NU at BU – 7pm* MC at UNH – 7pm* UMD at BC – 2pm Maine at RPI – 6pm QU at PC – 7pm Sat., Oct. 7 BU at NU – 2pm* UVM at UConn – 2pm* UNH at MC – 4pm* Maine at RPI – 2:30pm PC at QU – 4pm Tue., Oct. 10 Union at UVM – 7pm Fri., Oct. 13 PC at Syracuse – 3pm SLU at MC – 4pm UVM at QU – 6pm RMU at Maine – 7pm Union at UConn – 7pm Sat., Oct. 14 RMU at Maine – 1pm SLU at MC – 2pm Holy Cross at UNH – 2pm PC at Syracuse – 3pm Union at UConn – 3pm NU at Colgate – 6pm UVM at QU – 7:30pm

Schedule subject to change | * Women’s Hockey East Game Sun., Oct. 15 NU at Colgate – 2pm Tue., Oct. 17 QU at BC – 7pm Fri., Oct. 20 BU at Maine – 2pm* BC at UConn – 6pm* UNH at UVM – 7pm* PC at Princeton – 6pm PSU at MC – 7pm NU at Syracuse – 7pm Sat., Oct. 21 NU at Syracuse – 2pm PC at Princeton – 3pm PSU at MC – 4pm Sun., Oct. 22 BC at UVM – 2pm* UConn at BU – 3pm* Dartmouth at UNH – 2pm Wed., Oct. 25 UNH at NU – 7pm* Fri., Oct. 27 UVM at MC – 7pm* Sat., Oct. 28 UVM at MC – 2pm* NU at PC – 2pm* Maine at UNH – 2pm* BC at BU – 3pm* Sun., Oct. 29 Maine at BC – 2pm* PC at NU – 2pm* BU at UNH – 2pm* Fri., Nov. 3 PC at BC – 2pm* UVM at UNH – 7pm* MC at Union – 6pm RIT at BU – 7pm RPI at UConn – 7pm Sat., Nov. 4 UVM at UNH – 4pm* Maine at Dartmouth – 2pm RIT at BU – 3pm BC at Syracuse – 3pm MC at Union – 3pm RPI at UConn – 3pm Sun., Nov. 5 Maine at Dartmouth – 2pm Tue., Nov. 7 NU at Maine – 7pm* Fri., Nov. 10 UConn at BU – 7pm* PC at Maine – 7pm* Colgate at UNH – 2pm Clarkson at UVM – 2pm BC at SLU – 6pm

Sat., Nov. 11 NU at MC – 2pm* BC at SLU – 2pm UVM at Clarkson – 3pm Colgate at UNH – 7pm Sun., Nov. 12 UConn at Maine – 2pm* MC at NU – 2pm* Fri., Nov. 17 UConn at BC – 6pm* PC at MC – 7pm* BU at UMV – 7pm*

2017-18 SCHEDULE

Fri., Sept. 22 Laurentian at BC – 2pm (ex) Brampton at Maine – 7pm (ex – Midcoast Rec Center, Rockland, ME) Concordia at BU – 7pm (ex) Whitby at MC – 7pm (ex)

Sat., Nov. 18 Maine at NU – 2pm* BC at UConn – 3pm* BU at UVM – 4pm* MC at PC – 7pm* UNH at RPI – 3pm Sun., Nov. 19 Maine at NU – 2pm* UNH at RPI – 2pm Wed., Nov. 22 UNH at PC – 7pm* BC at Harvard – 6pm Fri., Nov. 24 BU vs. Minn. State – 1pm (DC Tournament) NU vs. Wisconsin – 4pm (DC Tournament) Princeton at MC – 4pm Maine at Union – 6pm PSU at UConn – 6pm (Nutmeg Classic) RIT at UVM – 7pm (Windjammer Classic) Sat., Nov. 25 Wisconsin vs. BU – 1pm (DC Tournament) Cornell at PC – 2pm UNH at Harvard – 3pm Maine at Union – 3pm QU/Yale at UConn – 3/6pm (Nutmeg Classic) Princeton at MC – 4pm NU vs. Minn. State – 4pm (DC Tournament) Colgate/UMD at UVM – TBD (Windjammer Classic) Sun., Nov. 26 Cornell at PC – 2pm Tue., Nov. 28 NU at BC – 7pm* Brown at BU – 7pm Fri., Dec. 1 BU at BC – 2pm* PC at UConn – 7pm* NU at UNH – 7pm* Sat., Dec. 2 UVM at Maine – 12pm* BC at BU – 3pm* UConn at PC – 7pm* Sun., Dec. 3 UVM at Maine – 12pm* UNH at NU – 2pm*

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2017-18 WOMEN’S COMPOSITE SCHEDULE 2017-18 SCHEDULE

Schedule subject to change | * Women’s Hockey East Game

Thu., Dec. 7 BU at Yale – 7pm Fri., Dec. 8 MC at BC – 7pm* UNH at UConn – 7pm* Sat., Dec. 9 BU at PC – 2pm* Maine at UVM – 2pm* BC at MC – 4pm* Sun., Dec. 10 Yale at UNH – 12pm Fri., Dec. 29 UVM vs. TBA – TBA (ex, Concordia Tournament) Sat., Dec. 30 BU at Princeton – 3pm UVM vs. TBA – TBA (ex, Concordia Tournament) Sun., Dec. 31 BU at Princeton – 1pm UConn at Dartmouth – 3pm UVM vs. TBA – TBA (ex, Concordia Tournament) Tue., Jan. 2 BC at MC – 4pm* Brown at PC – 2pm (Mayor’s Cup) Fri., Jan. 5 UConn at MC – 7pm* Sat., Jan. 6 UNH at BC – 2pm* Maine at BU – 3pm* PC at UVM – 4pm* Brown at UConn – 3pm Sun., Jan. 7 BC at UNH – 2pm* PC at UVM – 2pm* Maine at BU – 3pm*

Fri., Jan. 19 MC at Maine – 2pm* UVM at BC – 7pm* UConn at NU – 7pm* PC at UNH – 7pm* Sat., Jan. 20 UVM at BC – 2pm* MC at Maine – 2pm* PC at UNH – 4pm* Sun., Jan. 21 BU at UConn – 2pm* Thu., Jan. 25 BU at MC – 7pm* Fri., Jan. 26 PC at BC – 5pm* Maine at UConn – 7pm* NU at UVM – 7pm* UNH at QU – 6pm Sat., Jan. 27 BC at PC – 2pm* MC at BU – 3pm* Maine at UConn – 3pm* NU at UVM – 4pm* UNH at QU – 3pm Fri., Feb. 2 UNH at Maine – 2pm* UVM at BU – 7pm* MC at PC – 7pm* NU at UConn – 7pm* Sat., Feb. 3 UNH at Maine – 2pm* PC at UConn – 3pm* Sun., Feb. 4 MC at UVM – 1pm*

Tue., Jan. 9 UConn at NU – 7pm*

Tue., Feb. 6 Harvard vs. BU – 5pm (Beanpot at BC) NU at BC – 8pm (Beanpot at BC)

Wed., Jan. 10 UNH at MC – 7pm*

Fri., Feb. 9 UConn at UVM – 7pm*

Fri., Jan. 12 NU at BC – 2pm* PC at BU – 7pm* UVM at Minnesota – 7:07pm

Sat., Feb. 10 UNH at BC – 2pm* Maine at PC – 2pm* UConn at UVM – 4pm* NU at MC – 7pm*

Sat., Jan. 13 Maine at MC – 2pm* BC at NU – 2pm* UConn at UNH – 2pm* BU at PC – 7pm* UVM at Minnesota – 5:07pm Sun., Jan. 14 UConn at UNH – 2pm*

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Tue., Jan. 16 BU at NU – 7pm* Harvard at BC – 6pm

Sun., Feb. 11 Maine at PC – 2pm* Tue., Feb. 13 BU/Harvard at BC – 5/8pm (Beanpot at BC) NU/BC vs. BU – 5/8pm (Beanpot at BC) BU/Harvard vs. NU 5/8pm (Beanpot at BC)

Fri., Feb. 16 BC at Maine – 2pm* UVM at NU – 7pm* MC at UConn – 7pm* Sat., Feb. 17 BC at Maine – 2pm* MC at UConn – 2pm* BU at UNH – 2pm* Sun., Feb. 18 NU at PC – 2pm* UNH at BU – 3pm* Feb. 23 – 25 WHEA Quarterfinals (Campus sites) March 3 WHEA Semifinals (Northeastern) March 4 WHEA Championship (Northeastern March 10 NCAA Quarterfinals March 16 Women’s Frozen Four (Minnesota) March 18 Women’s Championship (Minnesota)

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