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TABLE OF CONTENTS 2011 PREVIEW

RECORDS

Media information/quick facts................................................................. 2 Roster Breakdown.................................................................................... 3 Broadcast Roster....................................................................................... 4 Outlook................................................................................................... 5-6 Team Photo............................................................................................... 7

Career Records........................................................................................ 47 Individual Single-Season Records........................................................ 48 Team Single-Season Records................................................................ 49 Team Single-Game Records.................................................................. 50 Defensemen Scoring Records............................................................... 50 100-Point Club/Class Records................................................................ 51

COACHING STAFF

The University

Head Coach Katie King Crowley......................................................... 9-10 Assistant Coach Courtney Kennedy...................................................... 11

Boston College........................................................................................ 53 Father Leahy............................................................................................ 54 Gene DeFilippo....................................................................................... 55 Administration/Support Staff................................................................ 56 Conte Forum........................................................................................... 57 Hockey East............................................................................................. 58

2011-12 Eagles

Seniors................................................................................................ 13-20 Juniors................................................................................................ 21-24 Sophomores....................................................................................... 24-27 Freshmen............................................................................................ 27-28

Credits

REVIEW

Final Rankings/Hockey East Standings................................................. 30 Accolades........................................................................................... 31-32 2010 Stats................................................................................................ 33

The 2011-12 Boston College Women’s Ice Hockey Media Guide is a production of the Boston College Media Relations Office and the Boston College Athletic Association, Chestnut Hill, Mass. 02467. All rights reserved.

HISTORY

Team USA............................................................................................... 35 Honor Roll............................................................................................... 36 Annual Leaders.................................................................................. 37-38 Hockey East Superlatives....................................................................... 38 Letter-winners & Captains..................................................................... 39 Year-by-Year Results............................................................................... 43 Milestones/Record vs. Ranked Teams................................................... 43 Head-to-Head Results............................................................................. 44 Year-by-Year Records............................................................................. 44 Beanpot................................................................................................... 45

Edited by Joshua Lentine and the Media Relations Office. Designed by Ralph Loos of RL Sport Design (Hadley, MA) Photographs by John Quackenbos (Athletic Department Photographer), Jet Commercial Photo, Lee Pellegrini (BC Office of Publications), Jim Abts, Boston Chamber of Commerce, Nancie Battaglia (USA Hockey), Andre Ringuette (Freestyle Photography), Tom Dahlin (Getty Images), Jeff Vinnick (USA Hockey). Special thanks to the friends of BC Women’s Ice Hockey for providing additional photos.

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2011-12 women’s ice Hockey Media Guide The Boston College media relations office is happy to work with members of the media to meet their needs covering our women’s ice hockey program. Please follow these instructions:

CREDENTIALS

All requests for working press credentials for 2011-12 Boston College home women’s ice hockey are preferred to be received at least 24 hours prior to the match in question. Please direct all credential requests to: Joshua Lentine Media Relations Assistant Boston College, 321 Conte Forum Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 lentinej@bc.edu (617) 552-1188 (Office) (908) 892-4271 (Cell)

quick facts

INTERVIEW POLICIES

All interviews with Boston College women’s ice hockey players or coaches must be arranged through the media relations office. It is suggested that 48 hours notice be given for an interview request. The Media Relations Office will arrange an interview time that is mutually convenient for the student-athlete and media representative. Student-athletes are not to be called in their dormitory rooms, nor should they be contacted via cell phone, email, Facebook or other social media networks. Rather, players and coaches will return telephone calls to members of the media. Players will not be asked to miss classroom time for interviews.

PHOTOGRAPHERS

Photographers wishing to shoot an Eagles home game should contact the Media Relations Office directly at (617) 552-1188 to make arrangements.

POST-GAME INTERVIEWS

Head Coach Katie King Crowley and requested players will be available for interviews following a brief cooling-off period. Media wishing to interview players should notify Josh Lentine of the BC media relations staff no later than the conclusion of the game.

AWAY-GAME INTERVIEWS

Media wishing to interview Head Coach Katie King Crowley and/or student-athletes concerning an away match should notify Josh Lentine of the BC media relations staff at least 24 hours prior to the first match of the road trip. Travel, practice and study schedules, etc. will be taken into account and therefore, on some occassions, interviews may not be conducted until the team returns to campus.

WEB INFORMATION

Boston College releases, statistics and game recaps are available to members of the media via www.bceagles.com. Information about Boston College and the other seven Women’s Hockey East Association institutions is available at www.hockeyeastonline.com/women.

LIVE SCORING

Ice Hockey fans and media personnel can follow the action live over the internet via Gametracker, which provides live-scoring and statistics through www.bceagles.com. Away matches can also be followed through GameTracker and occasionally through a livestream provided through the opposing school’s website.

SOCIAL NETWORKS

Boston College fans can get highlights of ice hockey news (in short form) by following at: www.twitter.com/BCSportsNews and www. facebook.com/BostonCollegeAthletics.

Quick Facts Location................ Chestnut Hill, Mass., 02467 Founded.......................................................... 1863

Enrollment.................................................... 14,500 President......................Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J. Athletic Director............................Gene DeFilippo Sr. Assoc. AD........................................ Tom Peters Nickname......................................................Eagles Colors.................................... Maroon and Gold

Conference.................................... Hockey East

HOME ICE Arena................................ Silvio Conte Forum Rink.................................................. Kelley Rink Dimensions........................................ 200’ x 87’ Capacity..................................................... 7,884 Press Box................................... (617) 552-4747 COACHING STAFF Head Coach.......................Katie King Crowley Alma Mater........................................Brown ‘97 Career Record......................................68-46-28 Season (at BC)................................Fifth (Ninth) Record at BC (WHEA)........68-46-28 (42-28-12) Assistant Coach................. Courtney Kennedy Alma Mater................................. Minnesota ‘03 2011-12 OUTLOOK Captains..................................... Andrea Green, ...............Mary Restuccia & Danielle Welch Lettermen Returning/Lost.......................... 17/4 Starters Returning/Lost................................ 3/3 Newcomers...................................................... 7 2010-11 Record........................................24-7-6 2010-11 Hockey East Finish............ 13-4-4, 2nd WHEA Tournament Champion ..(def. NU, 3-1) NCAA Tournament........................Frozen Four Final Ranking............................................. Third HISTORY First Year of Women’s Ice Hockey.......1994-95 First Year in Hockey East......................2002-03 Overall Record.................................212-282-56 Overall Hockey East Record................83-78-22 Best Hockey East Finish....................... Second Best WHEA Tournament............ First (2010-11) SUPPORT STAFF Academic Counselor..................... Dard Miller Athletic Trainer...........................Ashley Thelen Compliance...................................Aaron Aaker Equipment Manager............... David McKenna Event Administrator................. Kirsten Britton External Operations................. Jamie DiLoreto Marketing................................. Mike McKenzie Operations/Facilities................ Kenny Turbush Strength & Conditioning.............Russ DeRosa Student-Athlete Develop...........Alison Quandt Ticket Manager........................Matt Thompson MEDIA RELATIONS Assoc. A.D. Media Relations....Chris Cameron Asst. A.D. Media Relations............. Dick Kelley Asst. A.D. Media Relations....... Steph Tunnera Asst. Media Relations Director......... Tim Clark Asst. Media Relations Director...... Matt Lynch Media Relations Assistant...... Ashley Robbins Media Relations Asst./ IH Contact................................ Joshua Lentine Office Phone........................ (617)-552-1188 Cell Phone............................ (908)-892-4271 E-Mail................................ lentinej@bc.edu Media Relations Fax ........... (617) 552-4903 Press Row Phone................. (617) 552-4747 Mailing Address..............321 Conte Forum ............................. Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 Web Site............................www.bceagles.com Twitter....................................... BCSportsNews Facebook.................. Boston College Athletics

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2011-12 SCHEDULE October 8 at Minnesota-Duluth 4:00 p.m. 9 at Minnesota-Duluth 4:00 p.m. 14 at New Hampshire* 7:00 p.m. 15 New Hampshire* 2:00 p.m. 21 Quinnipiac 2:00 p.m. 23 Dartmouth 2:00 p.m. 28 at Providence* 7:00 p.m. 30 Maine* 2:00 p.m. November 2 Boston Univ.* 7:00 p.m. 5 at Boston Univ.* 3:00 p.m. 17 at Northeastern* 7:00 p.m. 18 Northeastern* 7:00 p.m. 22 at Quinnipiac 7:00 p.m. 25 Princeton 3:00 p.m. 27 at Brown 2:00 p.m. December 3 at Maine* 7:00 p.m. 4 at Maine* 3:00 p.m. 9 Mercyhurst 7:00 p.m. 10 Mercyhurst 2:00 p.m. January 5 St. Lawrence 7:00 p.m. 6 Clarkson 3:00 p.m. 10 New Hampshire* 7:00 p.m. 14 at Vermont* 7:00 p.m. 17 Northeastern* 7:00 p.m. 20 Providence* 7:00 p.m. 22 at Connecticut* 2:00 p.m. 25 at Boston Univ.* 7:00 p.m. 31 vs. Northeastern 5:00 p.m. February 4 Providence* 2:00 p.m. 7 vs BU/Harvard TBA 11 at Connecticut* 1:00 p.m. 12 Connecticut* 2:00 p.m. 17 Vermont* 2:00 p.m. 18 Vermont* 2:00 p.m. Hockey East Tournament (Hyannis, Mass.) 2/24 vs. Quarterfinal TBA 2/25 vs. Quarterfinal TBA 3/3 at Seminfinal TBA 3/4 at Final TBA NCAA Tournament (at host university) 3/9 vs. Quarterfinal TBA 3/10 vs. Quarterfinal TBA 3/11 vs. Quarterfinal TBA NCAA Frozen Four (Duluth, Minn.) 3/16 at Semifinal TBA 3/18 at Final TBA Home Matches in bold *Hockey East Match All times EST


2011-12 women’s ice Hockey Media Guide

Roster Breakdown WHAT’S NEW? FRESHMEN (6): Alex Carpenter, Emily Field, Erin Kickham, Kate Leary, Megan Miller, Emily Pfalzer TRANSFERS (1): Jackie Young GRADUATED (4): Laura Hart, Katelyn Kurth, Molly Schaus, Kelli Stack BY CLASS SENIORS (8): Andrea Green, Kiera Kingston, Jessica Martino, Kristin Regan, Mary Restuccia, Megan Shea, Allison Szlosek, Danielle Welch JUNIORS (7): Blake Bolden, Corinne Boyles, Kristina Brown, Dru Burns, Ashley Motherwell, Libby Olchowski Caitlin Walsh SOPHOMORES (6): Melissa Bizzari, Danielle Doherty, Meagan Mangene, Amanda Movsessian, Taylor Wasylk, Jackie Young

BY STATE CONNECTICUT (2): Kiera Kingston, Kristin Regan ILLINOIS (3): Corinne Boyles, Megan Miller, Ashley Motherwell MASSACHUSETTS (11): Kristina Brown, Alex Carpenter, Danielle Doherty, Emily Field, Erin Kickham, Jessica Martino, Amanda Movsessian, Elizabeth Olchowski, Allison Szlosek, Caitlin Walsh, Jackie Young MICHIGAN (1): Taylor Wasylk MINNESOTA (2): Andrea Green, Danielle Welch NEW HAMPSHIRE (2): Kate Leary, Megan Shea NEW YORK (2): Meagan Mangene, Emily Pfalzer OHIO (1): Blake Bolden PENNSYLVANNIA (1): Mary Restuccia TEXAS (1): Dru Burns VERMONT (1): Melissa Bizzari BY POSITION FORWARDS (16): Melissa Bizzari, Kristina Brown, Alex Carpenter, Danielle Doherty, Emily Field, Andrea Green, Erin Kickham, Kate Leary, Ashley Motherwell, Amanda Movsessian, Elizabeth Olchowski, Mary Restuccia, Megan Shea, Caitlin Walsh, Taylor Wasylk, Danielle Welch DEFENSEMEN (8): Blake Bolden, Dru Burns, Meagan Mangene, Jessica Martino, Emily Pfalzer, Kristin Regan, Allison Szlosek, Jackie Young GOALKEEPERS (3): Corinne Boyles, Kiera Kingston, Megan Miller

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Name Kristina Brown Erin Kickham Melissa Bizzari Alexandra Carpenter Kristin Regan Dru Burns Allison Szlosek Taylor Wasylk Blake Bolden Caitlin Walsh Amanda Movsessian Elizabeth Olchowski Emily Pfalzer Emily Field Danielle Welch Ashley Motherwell Danielle Doherty Andrea Green Mary Restuccia Megan Shea Meagan Mangene Jackie Young Jessica Martino Kate Leary Corinne Boyles Kiera Kingston Megan Miller

Cl. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr.

Pos. F/D F F F D D D/F F D F F F D F F F F F F F D D D F GK GK GK

Ht. 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-6 5-6 5-6 5-8 5-10 5-7 5-5 5-3 5-10 5-2 5-6 5-9 5-8 5-4 5-7 5-6 5-5 5-6 5-7 5-5 5-2 5-5 5-6 5-7

Hometown/Last School North Andover, Mass./Cushing Academy Needham, Mass./Tabor Academy Stowe, Vt./N. American Hockey Academy North Reading, Mass./Governor’s Academy Hamden, Conn./Loomis Chaffee Plano, Texas/Shattuck St. Mary’s Bedford, Mass./Cushing Academy Port Huron, Mich./Little Caesar’s U19 Stow, Ohio/Northwood School Franklin, Mass./The Rivers School Woburn, Mass./Lawrence Academy Greenfield, Mass./Deerfield Academy Getzville, N.Y./Mississauga Littleton, Mass./Lawrence Academy Hastings, Minn./Hastings HS St. Charles, Ill./Lawrence Academy Newton, Mass./Lawrence Academy Chanhassen, Minn./Eden Prairie HS Chester Springs, Pa./N. American Hockey Acad. Manchester, N.H./Cushing Academy Miller Place, N.Y./Little Caesar’s U19 Medford, Mass./Harvard/Noble & Greenough Winthrop, Mass./Cornell Seabrook, N.H./Governor’s Academy Wheaton, Ill./Chicago Mission Trumbull, Conn./Loomis Chaffee North Grove, Ill./N. American Hockey Acad.

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 4 10 29 2 7 5 19 15 21 3 32 28 24 26 33 18 12 13 14 6 22 23 8 11 9 17 25

Name Melissa Bizzari Blake Bolden Corinne Boyles Kristina Brown Dru Burns Alexandra Carpenter Danielle Doherty Emily Field Andrea Green Erin Kickham Kiera Kingston Kate Leary Meagan Mangene Jessica Martino Megan Miller Ashley Motherwell Amanda Movsessian Elizabeth Olchowski Emily Pfalzer Kristin Regan Mary Restuccia Megan Shea Allison Szlosek Caitlin Walsh Taylor Wasylk Danielle Welch Jackie Young

Cl. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. So.

Pos. F D GK F/D D F F F F F GK F D D GK F F F D D F F D/F F F F D

COACHING STAFF

Ht. 5-6 5-7 5-5 5-4 5-6 5-6 5-4 5-6 5-7 5-5 5-6 5-2 5-6 5-5 5-7 5-8 5-3 5-10 5-2 5-6 5-6 5-5 5-8 5-5 5-10 5-9 5-7

Hometown/Last School Stowe, Vt./N. American Hockey Acad. Stow, Ohio/Northwood School Wheaton, Ill./Chicago Mission North Andover, Mass./Cushing Academy Plano, Texas/Shattuck St. Mary’s North Reading, Mass./Governor’s Academy Newton, Mass./Lawrence Academy Littleton, Mass./Lawrence Academy Chanhassen, Minn./Eden Prairie HS Needham, Mass./Tabor Academy Trumbull, Conn./Loomis Chaffee Seabrook, N.H./Governor’s Academy Miller Place, N.Y./Little Caesar’s U19 Winthrop, Mass./Cornell North Grove, Ill./N. American Hockey Acad. St. Charles, Ill./Lawrence Academy Woburn, Mass./Lawrence Academy Greenfield, Mass./Deerfield Academy Getzville, N.Y./Mississauga Hamden, Conn./Loomis Chaffee Chester Springs, Pa./N. American Hockey Acad. Manchester, N.H./Cushing Academy Bedford, Mass./Cushing Academy Franklin, Mass./The Rivers School Port Huron, Mich./Little Caesar’s U19 Hastings, Minn./Hastings HS Medford, Mass./Harvard/Noble & Greenough

HEAD COACH: Katie King Crowley (Brown ’97, fifth season) ASSISTANT COACH: Courtney Kennedy (Minnesota ‘03, fifth season) ASSISTANT COACH: Michael Kennedy (Lawrence ‘04, second season)

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FRESHMEN (6): Alex Carpenter, Emily Field, Erin Kickham, Kate Leary, Megan Miller, Emily Pfalzer

NUMERICAL ROSTER


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3 Kristina Brown Jr./5-4/FWD/DEF

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Melissa Bizzari (Biz - ZAR - ee) So./5-6/FWD

Erin Kickham Fr./5-5/FWD

8 Dru Burns Jr./5-6/DEF

9 Allison Szlosek (SLOW - zik) Sr./5-8/DEF

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Amanda Movsessian (MO - sesh - sion) So./5-3/FWD

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Libby Olchowski (Ol - CHOW - ski) Jr./5-10/FWD

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Meagan Mangene (Man - jeen) So./5-6/DEF

32 Kiera Kingston Sr./5-6/GK

Blake Bolden Jr./5-8/DEF

Emily Pfalzer (Fall - zer) Fr./5-2/DEF

Emily Field Fr./5-6/FWD

Danielle Welch Sr./5-9/FWD

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MarY Restuccia (Rest - TWO - chee - ah) Sr./5-6/FWD

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Jessica Martino Sr./5-5/DEF

Caitlin Walsh Jr./5-5/FWD

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Andrea Green Sr./5-7/FWD

Kristen Regan Sr./5-6/DEF

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Jackie Young So./5-7/DEF

Alex Carpenter Fr./5-6/FWD

Taylor Wasylk (WAH - silk) S o./5-10/FWD

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Danielle Doherty So./5-34/FWD

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Ashley Motherwell Jr./5-8/FWD

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Megan Shea Sr./5-5/FWD

29 Kate Leary Fr./5-2/FWD

Corinne Boyles Jr./5-5/GK

33 Head Coach Katie King Crowley Fifth Season Brown ‘97

Megan Miller Fr./5-7/GK

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Assistant Coach Courtney Kennedy Fifth Season Minnesota ‘03


2011-12 women’s ice Hockey Media Guide 2010-11 RECAP

The 2010-11 season saw Head Coach Katie King Crowley guide the Eagles to their fourth Beanpot and first women’s Hockey East Tournament title in school history en route to a 24-7-6 mark tying BC’s win record. The return of two Vancouver Olympians, goaltender Molly Schaus and forward Kelli Stack, strengthened an already talented lineup and helped propel BC to its second Frozen Four in four seasons. In the first round of the Beanpot, the Eagles defeated No. 3 Boston University, 2-1, behind a goal and a assist from Stack and forward Mary Restuccia to stage a meeting with the Crimson. In the final, forward Caitlin Walsh was assisted on an early goal by forward Ashley Motherwell, before a pair of third period goals from Restuccia and Stack closed the door on Harvard, 3-1, for BC’s fourth Beanpot championship in six seasons. Schaus was named Most Outstanding Goaltender and Restuccia was tabbed as MVP.

When the Eagles were slotted as the national four-seed and paired with WCHA rival Minnesota – ranked No. 3 in the country at the time – a raucous celebration erupted in the student-athlete lounge of Conte Forum. BC had unfinished business with the Golden Gophers, who had knocked them out of the postseason two years prior, 4-3. When the puck was finally dropped, Boston College exploded with four first-period goals to down UM for the first time in school history, 4-1, and advanced to the Frozen Four. BC was pitted against defending champion and No. 1 seed Wisconsin. The Eagles erased a two goal deficit in the third period

While in Erie, Pa., Boston College celebrated Stack as a topthree finalist for the prestigious Patty Kazmaier Award, also recognizing Schaus as a top-10 finalist. The night before the Frozen Four, Schaus was tabbed a first-team All-American, while Stack earned a second-team All-American honor just weeks after becoming Hockey East’s first three-time Player of the Year. Restuccia and Welch, as well as defenseman Meagan Mangene joined the captains on All-Conference squads. The New England All-Star lineup also featured Restuccia, Schaus and Stack - the New England Player of the Year. Hockey East recognized Wasylk as Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Week on four occasions, with Bizzari receiving two mentions. Welch’s Pure Hockey Player of the Week award added to Stack’s five and Schaus’ two as Defensive Player of Week. When all was said and done, Stack and Schaus had combined for five Hockey East Player of the Month accolades.

THE 2011-12 SCHEDULE

Four NCAA Tournament participants from a season ago and a 21-game Hockey East slate headline the 2011-12 Boston College women’s ice hockey schedule. Seven of the first 10 games are scheduled against teams ranked in the preseason national polls, the first puck drop taking place at MinnesotaDuluth on Saturday, Oct. 8. The Bulldogs squad ended the 2010-11 season ranked No. 5 in the nation and has won two of the last four NCAA Championships. “We are very excited about our strength of schedule this year,” Head Coach Katie King Crowley said. “We are happy to add to our very strong league matchups with non-league trips to Minnesota-Duluth and other out of conference opponents. We look forward to the chance to defend our Hockey East and Beanpot titles, as well as returning to the NCAA Tournament. Boston College was one of two teams that represented Hockey East at last year’s Frozen Four, so we are eager to start up another exciting year in BC women’s hockey.” The Eagles were picked to take second place in the preseason Hockey East poll and will get its conference slate underway with a trip to New Hampshire on Friday, Oct. 14. Boston University will host the 2012 Beanpot. The Eagles open the tournament against Northeastern on Tuesday, Jan. 31 at 5 p.m. The second round will take place one week later (Jan. 7) with times and matchups contingent on the outcomes of the first round. Boston College closes out the regular season with a home stand versus Vermont Saturday, Feb. 17 and Sunday, Feb. 18. The postseason will begin at campus sites over the weekend of Friday, February 24 to Sunday, February 26. The Hockey East semifinals and final are slated for Saturday, March 3 and Sunday, March 4 at the Hyannis Youth & Community Center in Hyannis, Mass. The NCAA Tournament gets under way with regional play on Friday, March 9 at selected host sites and the “Frozen Four” will take place the following weekend at AMSOIL Arena in Duluth, Minn.

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2011-12 outlook

When the WHEA Tournament came around, BC capitalized on goals from forwards Melissa Bizzari and Taylor Wasylk to force extra time in the semifinal. Stack delivered a goal at 11:57 to send the Eagles to their second conference final. Once there, Northeastern took a 1-0 lead eight minutes into the first period, but forward Danielle Welch put away a goal and assisted defenseman Blake Bolden’s power play to put the Eagles on top. Wasylk added an assurance goal early in the third to help BC claim the Hockey East Championship and secure and automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.

on goals from Bolden and Wasylk, before the Badgers put a third in the net with seconds left on the clock to end the Eagles historic run.


2011-12 women’s ice Hockey Media Guide CAPTAINS

here last year being a little bit older, smarter and stronger, we have a lot of defense on our team this year. There’s a lot of competition back there and a lot of fighting for limited spots. Overall, I think that creates a stronger unit. Blake Bolden played really well at the end of last season. Dru Burns is a really good defenseman. Defenders don’t get a lot of recognition, unless they have a lot of points, but I really believe in our defensive core. They’re a great group of kids, who happen to be solid hockey players. They are going to play defense the way it should be played, so they will make it easier for our offense to transition into scoring goals.”

Seniors Andrea Green, Mary Restuccia and Danielle Welch have been elected captains for the upcoming year. “They have different styles of leadership and I think will come together to be a very powerful group,” Crowley stated. “We’re excited to see how far they can take us and where they will take us. The team is very receptive to what they have to say. They’ve been around our program for four years and have been intricate pieces in their own way. [Mary] logs a lot of minutes and shows herself as a leader on the ice. Greenie is more vocal and emerges more in the locker room. She’s the voice and spark plug on our team. Welchie shares both qualities the other two have. I think it’s a good combination of leaders and I am excited to see how they move forward.”

GOALTENDERS

The Eagles will look to senior Kiera Kingston and junior Corinne Boyles to shut down opposing teams this season.

2011-12 Outlook

Kingston has made 23 appearances in three seasons. The Trumball, Conn., native brings a .908 save percentage and 2.65 goals against average to the ice. Boyles redshirted during the 2010-11 season, but saw action in 24 games as a freshman, registering a 2.90 GAA and .907 save percentage. “Kiera and Corrine have different styles,” Crowley observed. “Kiera is very technical, while Boyles is more instinctive. Kiera will always do things with the right method in mind, more by the book, and put herself in the best position to make a save. Boyles relies more on her athleticism to get in position and stop the puck. They are completely different, but both are extremely competitive and challenging for the job. They are great kids and are really going to help our team.”

NEWCOMERS

team captains

The Eagles welcome six freshmen and one transfer to the squad. Sophomore Jackie Young comes to BC from Harvard. Young tallied three assists and a plus-seven rating in 31 games for the Crimson as a freshman.

FORWARDS

Twelve veterans return from the offense that averaged 2.86 goals per game in 2010-11. Four of the top five scorers are back, consisting of Bizzari, Restuccia, Welch and Wasylk. Wasylk’s 15 goals last season tops that group, but Restuccia is BC’s active points leader with 84 and seeks to become the eighth Eagle to ever record 100 points in their career.

The rookies all boast experience with USA Hockey. In the summer prior to their first season, forward Alex Carpenter and goalkeeper Megan Miller competed for the USA U-18 National Team in a three game series against Canada. Forward Emily Field and defenseman Emily Pfalzer helped the Red, White and Blue win gold at the IIHF 2011 U18 World Championship in Sweden. Forwards Erin Kickham and Kate Leary have been mainstays at the USA Hockey national camps.

“This year will be more goals by committee,” Crowley foreshadowed. “I think we’ll be a much deeper team and more kids will be putting pucks in the back of the net. Every line will be able to score. Every line will be able to produce.”

Carpenter, Field and Kickham all hail from the Commonwealth, while Leary, a Seabrook, N.H., native, is also from New England. Miller comes to the Heights from Long Grove, Ill., and Pfalzer from Getzville, N.Y.

DEFENDERS

Seniors Allison Szlosek, Jessica Martino and Kristin Regan make up half of the veteran defensemen from a unit that ranked fifth in the nations for goals per game (1.70) and seventh in penalty killing percentage (.884), a year ago. Bolden’s eight goals topped all Hockey East defensemen, while her 19 points was third. Fellow third-year Dru Burns and Mangene also return to a defense that topped the Hockey in scoring defense (1.73 goals per game) and goals allowed (64). “I think our defensive core has grown. With the kids that were

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Front Row (from left): Kiera Kingston, Jessica Martino, Megan Shea, Allison Szolsek, Andrea Green, Danielle Welch, Mary Restuccia, Kristin Regan, Ashley Motherwell, Kristina Brown, Corinne Boyles. Middle Row: Director of Strength & Conditioning for Olympic Sports Russell DeRosa, Sr. Associate A.D. Thomas Peters, Melissa Bizzari, Alex Carpenter, Jackie Young, Blake Bolden, Libby Olchowski, Taylor Wasylk, Meagan Mangene, Emily Field, Assistant Coach Courtney Kennedy, Head Coach Katie King Crowley. Back Row: Athletic Trainer, R.A., Ashley Thelen, Emily Pfalzer, Megan Miller, Caitlin Walsh, Erin Kickham, Dru Burns, Amanda Movsessian, Danielle Doherty, Kate Leary, Equipment Manager Dave McKenna. No. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 32 33

Name Kristina Brown Erin Kickham Melissa Bizzari Alexandra Carpenter Kristin Regan Dru Burns Allison Szlosek Taylor Wasylk Blake Bolden Caitlin Walsh Amanda Movsessian Elizabeth Olchowski Emily Pfalzer Emily Field Danielle Welch Ashley Motherwell Danielle Doherty Andrea Green Mary Restuccia Megan Shea Meagan Mangene Jackie Young Jessica Martino Kate Leary Corinne Boyles Kiera Kingston Megan Miller

Cl. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr.

Pos. F/D F F F D D D/F F D F F F D F F F F F F F D D D F GK GK GK

Ht. 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-6 5-6 5-6 5-8 5-10 5-7 5-5 5-3 5-10 5-2 5-6 5-9 5-8 5-4 5-7 5-6 5-5 5-6 5-7 5-5 5-2 5-5 5-6 5-7

Hometown North Andover, Mass. Needham, Mass. Stowe, Vt. North Reading, Mass. Hamden, Conn. Plano, Texas Bedford, Mass. Port Huron, Mich. Stow, Ohio Franklin, Mass. Woburn, Mass. Greenfield, Mass. Getzville, N.Y. Littleton, Mass. Hastings, Minn. St. Charles, Ill. Newton, Mass. Chanhassen, Minn. Chester Springs, Pa. Manchester, N.H. Miller Place, N.Y. Medford, Mass. Winthrop, Mass. Seabrook, N.H. Wheaton, Ill. Trumbull, Conn. North Grove, Ill.

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Last School Cushing Academy Tabor Academy North American Hockey Academy Governor’s Academy Loomis Chaffee Shattuck St. Mary’s Cushing Academy Little Caesar’s U19 Northwood School The Rivers School Lawrence Academy Deerfield Academy Mississauga Lawrence Academy Hastings HS Lawrence Academy Lawrence Academy Eden Prairie HS North American Hockey Academy Cushing Academy Little Caesar’s U19 Harvard/Noble & Greenough Cornell Governor’s Academy Chicago Mission Loomis Chaffee North American Hockey Academy

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The 2011-12 Boston College Women’s Ice Hockey Team


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2011-12 women’s ice Hockey Media Guide the Badgers ended the monumental season. While in Erie, Pa., Boston College celebrated Stack as a top-three finalist for the prestigious Patty Kazmaier Award, also recognizing Schaus as a top-10 finalist. The night before the Frozen Four, Schaus was tabbed a first-team All-American, while Stack earned a second-team All-American honor just weeks after becoming Hockey East’s first three-time Player of the Year. Forwards Mary Restuccia and Danielle Welch, as well as defenseman Meagan Mangene joined the captains on the All-Conference squad. The New England All-Star lineup also featured Restuccia, Schaus and Stack - the New England Player of the Year. Hockey East recognized freshman Taylor Wasylk as Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Week on four occasions, with classmate Melissa Bizzari receiving two mentions. Welch’s Pure Hockey Player of the Week award added to Stack’s five and Schaus’ two as Defensive Player of Week. When all was said and done, Stack and Schaus had combined for five Hockey East Player of the Month accolades.

K atie K ing C rowley Head Coach Fifth Season Ninth Season at Boston College Brown ‘97

Katie King Crowley enters her fifth season as the Boston College women’s ice hockey head coach. The 2010-11 season saw Crowley guide the Eagles to a 24-76 mark - tying BC’s win record - en route to claiming the first women’s Hockey East title in school history. The return of two Vancouver Olympians, goaltender Molly Schaus and forward Kelli Stack, strengthened an already talented lineup and helped propel BC to its second Frozen Four in four seasons. The 4-1 defeat of Minnesota - another first for the program - pitted the fourth-seeded Eagles against defending national champion Wisconsin in the national semifinal, where BC erased a two goal deficit in the third period before a last second goal by

In her second season as head coach, Crowley guided the team to a 22-9-5 overall record, a Beanpot Championship, an appearance in the Hockey East Championship game and a berth in the NCAA Tournament. Under her direction two players earned the program’s first All-American honors, Schaus became BC’s first ever Patty Kazmaier top-10 finalist, three players were named to the New England Hockey Writers All-Star First Team, five players earned spots on the All-Hockey East Team (three first team, one second and one rookie), two Eagles played on the U.S. National and Select Teams and Stack was named Hockey East Player of the Year for the second time. The Eagles record helped earn them their second ever NCAA berth in the quarterfinals where they faced Minnesota for a chance to play in the Frozen Four. Crowley was also involved with USA Hockey as an assistant coach for the U-18 team that won the gold medal at the World Championships in January. In the 2007-08 season, her first season at the helm, she guided the Eagles to a 14-13-7 record. The team finished one point shy of making the Hockey East Tournament for the fourth consecutive year. Crowley coached two Hockey East All-Stars and three Eagles played for the U.S. National Team throughout the season. Before taking over the head coaching position, Crowley was an assistant coach at BC for four years. She helped lead the team from a sub-.500 squad to one of the premier programs in Hockey East. In 2006-07, the Eagles played in their first NCAA Tournament, going all the way to the Frozen Four before losing to Minnesota-Duluth in double overtime. Crowley’s playing days include many U.S. victories and medals. She was a member of the 2005-06 Women’s National Ice Hockey Team and skated in her third Olympic Games in Torino, Italy 9

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During her third season, Crowley saw two of her players win silver medals for Team USA at the XXI Vancouver Winter Olympics. Schaus and Stack competed in February 2010, before returning to BC for a final year of collegiate hockey the following year. Back at the Heights, the Eagles finished 8-17-10 on the season. Allie Thunstrom was nominated for the prestigious Patty Kazmaier award, and Kiera Kingston was named Bauer Goaltender of the Month (February). In March, Blake Bolden and Ashley Motherwell earned Hockey Easy All-Rookie Team accolades, while Thunstrom earned second-team honors. Crowley also served as the head coach for Team USA at the 2010 World Women’s Under-18 Championships, where her team won silver.


2011-12 women’s ice Hockey Media Guide where Team USA won the bronze medal. She registered her second Olympic hat trick against Finland in the bronze-medal game. After the 2006 Winter Olympics, Crowley retired from playing hockey with 265 points in 210 international games. She is the alltime leading scorer for Team USA in Olympic contests, and second-highest scorer for the U.S. in all international play.

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Crowley was a member of the Women’s National Team that won its first-ever gold medal at the 2005 International Ice Hockey Federation Women’s World Championship. As a standing member of the U.S. National Team from 1997 to 2006, she also competed in the Four Nations Cup, World Championship Tournaments and the first three Winter Olympics when women’s ice hockey was an official event. Crowley won a gold medal in the 1998 Olympics and a silver medal in the 2002 Games. She took home nine consecutive silver medals in the World Championships (1993-2001) and a gold medal in 2005 with Team USA. Crowley has worked with many national teams. The Eagles’ skipper was named head coach of the 2010 Under-18 National Team that captured a silver medal at the IIHF World Championship. A year prior to that, she served as an assistant coach for the Under18 National Team that won gold at the IIHF World Championship in Germany and the U-18 Select Team. In 2006, she worked with the Under-22 Select Team. She has also worked as a lecturer, coach and instructor at numerous hockey camps throughout New England. She currently sits on the Executive Board at USA Hockey as an Athlete Director. While a student at Brown, Crowley earned ECAC’s Ice Hockey Player of the Year in 1997 and Ivy League Player of the Year three times. She is the Bears’ all-time leading scorer with 206 points, racking up 123 goals and 83 assists in 100 career games. Crowley served as team captain as a junior and senior. Crowley also lettered in softball while at Brown and served as a three-time team captain. She garnered Ivy League Player of the Year in 1996 and the Ivy League Pitcher of the Year in 1997. She is a Hall of Fame inductee for both hockey and softball at Brown.

THE CROWLEY FILE COACHING EXPERIENCE 2007-present Head Coach, Boston College 2008 Assistant Coach, USA Hockey – U-18 National & Select Teams 2003-2007 Assistant Coach, Boston College 2006 Assistant Coach, USA Hockey – U-22 Select Team 2002-2006 Coach, Lecturer and Instructor at Florida Panthers Hockey School 1998-2006 Keynote Speaker, Coach, Lecturer and Instructor at Superskills Hockey Camps and The Katie King Hockey School 1998-2000 Assistant Softball Coach, Salem (N.H.) High School COACHING RECORD Year Team Overall Record (Conference) 2010-11 Boston College 24-7-6 (13-4-4)!* 2009-10 Boston College 8-17-10 (7-10-4) 2008-09 Boston College 22-9-5 (14-6-3)# 2007-08 Boston College 14-13-7 (9-9-3) ! NCAA Frozen Four # NCAA Quarterfinals * WHEA Tournament Champions PLAYING HIGHLIGHTS 2006 Olympic Bronze Medalist 2005 World Championship Gold Medalist 2002 Olympic Silver Medalist 1998 Olympic Gold Medalist 1993, 2001 World Championship Silver Medalist 1996, 1997 ECAC Player of the Year 1996, 1997 Ivy League Player of the Year 1997 Ivy League Picher of the Year 1996 Ivy League Softball Player of the Year 1995, 1996 Brown University’s Bessie Rudd Award

The Salem, N.H., native graduated from Brown in 1997 with a B.A. in Organizational Behavior and Management. Crowley’s alma mater awarded her an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters in 2011. She married Ted Crowley, a former BC men’s hockey player, in the summer of 2010. 10


2011-12 women’s ice Hockey Media Guide Kennedy’s coaching background features experience as a USA Hockey Select Festival coach and director of the Kennedy School of Hockey. She was also a founding member of the East Coast Wizard Girls Youth Hockey Program.

C ourtney K ennedy Assistant Coach Fifth Season at Boston College Minnesota ‘01

The resident of Somerville, Mass., graduated from Minnesota in 2001 with a bachelor’s degree in youth studies.

THE KENNEDY LEDGER COACHING EXPERIENCE 2007-present Assistant Coach, Boston College 2002-present USA Hockey Select Festival 2002-2006 Director Kennedy School of Hockey 2003-2007 Head Coach, Buckingham, Browne & Nichols

Courtney Kennedy enters her fifth season on the Boston College coaching staff. Kennedy is responsible for recruiting and hockey operations, in addition to her coaching duties and working with the defensive corps.

PLAYING HIGHLIGHTS 2006 Olympic Bronze Medalist 2005 World Championship Gold Medalist 2002 Olympic Silver Medalist 2001 Patty Kazmaier Top 3 Finalist 2001 All-American 2001 WCHA Player of the Year 2001 WCHA Defensive Player of the Year 2000 NCAA Champion 1999 All-American 1999 Patty Kazmaier Top 10 Finalist

During Kennedy’s tenure, two players have been named to four Hockey East All-Star teams. The honorees include Maggie Taverna (2007-08, 08-09) and Molly Schaus (2008-09, 10-11). Additionally, two freshmen have been selected to the conference’s All-Rookie Team: Blake Bolden (2009-10) and Meagan Mangene (2010-11). Kennedy came to BC after three years as the head coach of women’s ice hockey at Buckingham Browne and Nichols School in Cambridge, Mass. She has a 3-1-0 record when serving as the head coach of the Eagles. A mainstay on the U.S. National Team from 2001-2006, Kennedy was teammates with Head Coach Katie King Crowley on the 2002 and 2006 U.S. Olympic teams. In 2002, Team USA won the silver medal in Salt Lake City, Utah, and in 2006, it took home the bronze medal in Turin, Italy. Kennedy also played for Team USA when it captured the gold medal at the World Championships in 2005. She currently sits on the Executive Board of USA Hockey as an Athlete Director. As a collegiate player, the Woburn, Mass. native collected the first of three All-American honors and was a top-10 finalist for the prestigious Patty Kazmaier Award, given annually to the most outstanding college player, during the 1997-98 season at Colby. Following her successful freshman campaign, Kennedy took her talents to Minnesota where she led the Golden Gophers to their first national title as a junior, in 2000. The defenseman was decorated with All-American honors in 1999 and 2001, and as a senior she earned Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year honors. In 2001, Kennedy was also a top-three finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award. In only three seasons with Minnesota, Kennedy amassed 35 goals and 77 assists for 112 points. She carried a +136 rating over a 106game career, which placed her sixth all-time among all players. In 2008, Kennedy was inducted into the Minnesota Hall of Fame.

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The 2010-11 season saw Kennedy’s fifth-ranked defense in the nation lead Boston College to the NCAA Frozen Four after claiming its first Hockey East Tournament Championship. Anchored by Vancouver Olympics silver medalist, goaltender Molly Schaus, the Eagles limited opposing teams to just 1.70 goals per game and turned in a penalty killing percentage of 88.4, seventh best in the nation. Schaus rated third in nation for save percentage (.942) and 13th in shutouts (4) en route to collecting first team All-American, Hockey East and New England All-Star honors. In the conference, BC topped the stat lines in scoring defense (1.73 goals per game) and goals allowed (64).


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#21 - Captain A ndrea G reen

Senior | Forward 5-7 | Shoots Right Eden Prairie | Chanhassen, Minn.

AS A JUNIOR (2010-11)

Played in all 37 games… tallied two goals on 48 shots...finished season with a +4 rating...blocked eight shots...scored goals against Brown (10/24) and at Maine (1/8).

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

Played in all 35 games…recorded three assists on the season including a career-high two in the team’s 3-3 tie with Syracuse on Oct. 9…took 43 shots.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008-09)

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Played in 32 games…registered four goals and three assists for seven points…recorded first collegiate point in 2-0 win over Clarkson 10/4 with an assist…tallied first collegiate goal in a 5-2 win over RPI 10/11…scored the game-winner in 3-2 win over Boston University in the semifinals of the 2009 Hockey East Tournament… took 32 shots on the season…finished the season with a +3 rating.

BEFORE BC

Four-year letterwinner at Eden Prairie High School…scored 79 goals, 87 assists and tallied 166 points in high-school career and helped Eden Prairie to a 111-5-1 record…member of the 2005-06 and 2007-08 state championship teams…scored a hat-trick in state championship as a senior…named to the 2005-06 and 2007-08 AllTournament team…three-time All-Conference, three-time All-State Honorable Mention…attended USA National Development Camp from 2004-06.

PERSONAL

Born May 23, 1990…daughter of Scott and Michelle Green…has an older brother Brenden, an older sister Ashlyn and a younger brother Brett…enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS GOALS: ASSISTS: POINTS:

1 (6x, last at Maine, 1/8/11) 2 (vs. Syracuse, 10/9/09) 2 (vs. Syracuse, 10/9/09)

CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP G A PTS. PEN/MIN. +/- PPG SHG GWG BLK 2008-09 32 4 3 7 12/24 +3 1 0 1 1 2009-10 35 0 3 3 15/46 -8 0 0 0 1 2010-11 37 2 0 2 16/32 +4 0 0 0 8 TOTALS 104 6 6 12 43/102 -1 1 0 1 10

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#22 - Captain M ary R estuccia

Senior | Forward 5-6 | Shoots Right North American Hockey Academy Chester Springs, Pa.

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AS A JUNIOR (2010-2011)

Played in 37 games...finished second on the team in points (39)…registering a conference leading 28 assists to go with 11 goals…her 28 assists place her third among single-season leaders at BC… currently ninth among career assist leaders with 52 and 10th in career points (86)...was second on the team in power play points with 11 (3G, 8A)... had a three-point performance (1G, 2 A) against UConn (2/4)... recorded three assists in games against Maine (1/8) and BU (11/20) and had two assists against Vermont (10/15)... named Hockey East AllStar, second team...named a New England DI All-Star...ACC Academic Honor Roll...Hockey East All-Academic Team.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

Played in 32 games...finished third on the team in points with 18, having registered nine goals and nine assists...recorded 95 shots...tallied a career high three assists in the team’s 5-3 win over Colgate on Oct. 10...also notched a season high two goals in the Eagles’ 4-1 win at Maine on Feb. 13...was named to the Women’s Hockey East All-Star team and competed for the conference against the United States’ women’s national team... named to 2009-10 All-ACC Academic Honor Roll.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008-09)

Played in all 36 games...led the freshman class in scoring with 14 goals and 15 assists for 29 points...recorded first collegiate goal on Oct. 11 in 5-2 win over RPI, tallied three points (2g, 1a)...tallied at least one point in sixteen games and at least two points in eight games...scored two goals in the NCAA Tournament against Minnesota in the quarterfinals...finished the year with a +14 rating...named to the Hockey East All-Rookie team...named Hockey East Mission Rookie of the Month for January...named Hockey East Mission Rookie of the Week 1/19... named the Hockey East TPS/Player of the Week 3/16...earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

BEFORE BC

Played sophomore through senior year at the North American Hockey Academy in Stowe, VT...under coach Bill Driscoll, collected 38 goals and 57 assists in the 2007-08 season...NAHA White Team Captain...also played golf, basketball and softball... was an honor roll student.

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS GOALS: ASSISTS: POINTS:

2 (4x, last at Maine, 2/13/10) 3 (3x, last at Maine, 1/8/11) 3 (9x, last vs. UConn, 2/4/11)

CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP G A PTS. PEN/MIN. +/- PPG SHG GWG BLK 2008-09 36 14 15 29 20/40 +14 4 1 3 2 2009-10 32 9 9 18 30/71 -3 3 1 0 5 2010-11 37 11 28 39 30/60 +19 3 0 4 9 TOTALS 105 34 52 86 80/171 +30 10 2 7 16

PERSONAL

Born May 2, 1990...daughter of Michael and Eva Restuccia...one older brother Mike and one younger brother Matt...enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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#17 - Captain D anielle W elch

over New Hampshire, including the game-winner in overtime...also recorded three multiple point games on the season...was named to the Women’s Hockey East All-Star team and competed for the conference against the United States’ women’s national team.

Senior | Forward 5-9 | Shoots Right Hastings | Hastings, Minn.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008-09)

Played in 36 games...second in the freshman class in scoring...tallied 12 goals and 11 assists for 23 points...recorded first collegiate goal in the first game of the season a 2-0 win over Clarkson...recorded four game-winning goals...finished the season with a +14 rating...took 78 shots on the season...earned Hockey East Mission Rookie of the Week honors (1/5) for scoring the game-winning goal, the only goal of the game against Yale in overtime.

AS A JUNIOR (2010-2011)

Played in 37 games...finished third on the team in points with 25 (10G, 15A)...recorded 101 shots...had three game-winning goals... finished with at +26 rating, second highest on the team...recorded a hat trick and career-high four points against Providence (2/6)... tallied three assists against Harvard (12/5)... at Vermont (10/16), she had two assists.

BEFORE BC

Four-year varsity letterwinner...captained the team junior and senior year...as a senior in 2007/2008 scored 35 goals, 16 assists for a total of 51 points and a +21 rating...two-time All-State and two-time AllState honorable mention...three-time All-Conference...top ten finalist for the Ms. Minnesota hockey award...member of theUSA U-18 National team in 2007...All-Conference and captain of soccer team as well.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-2010)

YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTALS

PERSONAL

Born February 22, 1990...daughter of Marty and Danette Welch...has one older sister Missy and one older brother Casey...enrolled in the Carroll School of Management.

CAREER STATISTICS

GP G A PTS. PEN/MIN. +/- PPG SHG GWG BLK 36 12 11 23 6/12 +14 3 0 4 5 35 9 5 14 13/37 -8 2 0 3 18 37 10 15 25 14/28 +32 1 0 3 25 109 31 31 62 33/77 +32 6 0 10 48

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SINGLE-GAME HIGHS GOALS: ASSISTS: POINTS:

3 (at Providence, 2/6/11) 3 (vs. Harvard, 12/5/10) 4 (at Providence, 2/6/11)

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Played in all 35 games...finished third on the team in scoring with nine goals and five assists for 14 points...recorded 96 shots... tallied two power-play goals and tied for the team lead with three game-winning goals...scored a career high two goals in the 3-2 win


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K iera K ingston

Senior | Goaltender 5-6 | Catches Left Loomis Chaffee | Trumball, Conn.

AS A JUNIOR (2010-11)

Played in five games, tallying 270:00 minutes...went 0-2-2, while recording 98 saves and a .875 save percentage...Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement...ACC Academic Honor Roll... Hockey East All-Academic Team.

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AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

Played in 14 games, recording 13 starts...tallied a career high 777:55 minutes in goal while establishing a 3-7-3 record, including two shutouts...finished the season with 359 saves, a 2.47 goals against average and a.918 save percentage...allowed 32 goals on the season, nine of them coming while her team was on the penalty kill...named to 2009-10 All-ACC Academic Honor Roll...awarded 2009-10 Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008-09)

Played in four games...recorded 129:40 minutes in net...saw first action of the season against Quinnipiac, did not allow a goal in 9:40 minutes of play...started against Dartmouth 11/5...made 59 saves including a high of 35 against Dartmouth...allowed six goals... finished the season with a 2.78 GAA and a .908 save percentage... earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

BEFORE BC

Played for Loomis Chaffee in Windsor, Conn...as a senior in 20072008 compiled a .976 save percentage, 1.25 GAA and 273 saves in 17 games....member of the CT Polar Bears in USA Nationals U-16 and U-19...participated in USA National Development Camp 2005, 2006 and 2007...varsity letterwinner in field hockey and lacrosse.

PERSONAL

Born August, 20, 1989...daughter of John Kingston and Anne Moriarty...one older sister, Ali...enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

SAVES: 40 (vs. St. Lawrence, 1/15/10) MINUTES: 65 (2x, last at St. Lawrence, 11/13/10) FEWEST GA: 0 (vs. Quinnipiac, 10/26/08)

CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTALS

W-L-T GP/MIN GA/AVG. SVS./AVG. SO 0-1-0 4/129:40 6/2.78 59/.908 0 3-7-3 14/777:55 32/2.47 359/.918 2 0-2-2 5/270:00 14/3.11 98.875 0 3-10-5 23/1175:35 52/2.65 516/.908 2

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J essica M artino

Senior | Defense 5-5 | Shoots Left Cornell/Buckingham, Brown & Nichols | Winthrop, Mass.

AS A JUNIOR (2010-2011)

Played in all 37 games... recorded four assists... took 35 shots... notched her first point as an Eagle against Northeastern (11/3) with an assist... earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement...ACC Academic Honor Roll...Hockey East AllAcademic Team.

BEFORE BC

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Played two years at Cornell University...made an appearance in the Frozen Four in 2010 with Cornell...led defensemen in points at Cornell as a freshman...attended Cushing Academy for a year... graduated high school from Buckingham, Browne, & Nichols... ISL All League for junior and senior year at BB&N...Coach’s Cup... captain junior and senior year...also played field hockey and softall...in softball, team captain junior and senior year...ISL All League for softball sophomore, junior, and senior year...1933 Award at BB&N.

PERSONAL

Born May 1, 1989...daughter of Peter and Kim Martino...has three siblings, Nick, Justin, and Ariana...both father and brother Nick graduated from BC...hopes to pursue career in public health... enrolled in Lynch School of Education.

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

ASSISTS: 1 (4x, last vs. UConn, 2/4/11) POINTS: 1 (4x, last vs. UConn, 2/4/11)

CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP G A PTS. PEN/MIN. +/- PPG SHG GWG BLK 2010-11 37 0 4 4 5/10 +4 0 0 0 18 TOTALS 37 0 4 4 5/10 +4 0 0 0 18

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K ristin R egan

Senior | Defense 5-6 |Shoots Left Loomis Chaffee | Hamden, Conn.

AS A JUNIOR (2010-11)

Played in 18 games...took three shots...earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement...ACC Academic Honor Roll...Hockey East All-Academic Team.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

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Played in all 35 games...tallied two assists for the season in games against Syracuse on Oct. 9 and Boston University on Feb. 28... took 18 shots...earned the 2009-10 Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement...ACC Academic Honor Roll...Hockey East All-Academic Team.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008-09)

Played in all 36 games...registered two assists for two points... registered first collegiate point with an assist in 5-2 win over RPI, Oct. 11...finished the season with a +10 rating...took 14 shots on the season...earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement...ACC Academic Honor Roll...Hockey East AllAcademic Team.

BEFORE BC

Four-year varsity letter winner at Loomis Chaffee...finished high school career with 20 goals and 47 assists for a total of 67 points and an average +/- rating of 29...captained hockey team as a senior...received Coaches award for Ice Hockey, 2008...attended USA Hockey National Development Camp 2004-2007...Taft Tournament Champions 2004, 2006...member of CT Polar Bears in USA Nationals U-12 and U-19...varsity letterwinner and captain of field hockey and softball teams.

PERSONAL

Born December 7, 1989...daughter of Bill and Ann Regan...one older brother Billy and one younger brother Mike...enrolled in the Colleges of Arts and Sciences.

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

ASSISTS: 1 (4x, last at BU, 2/28/10) POINTS: 1 (4x, last at BU, 2/28/10)

YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

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CAREER STATISTICS

GP 36 35 18

G 0 0 0

A PTS. PEN/MIN. +/- PPG SHG GWG BLK 2 2 7/14 +10 0 0 0 2 2 2 9/18 -5 0 0 0 3 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0

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M egan S hea

Senior | Forward 5-5 | Shoots Right Cushing Academy | Manchester, N.H.

AS A JUNIOR (2010-11)

Played in 30 games...earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement...ACC Academic Honor Roll...Hockey East All-Academic Team.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

Missed the entire season due to injury...named to 2009-10 All-ACC Academic Honor Roll...earned the 2009-10 Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

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AS A FRESHMAN (2008-09)

Played in 32 games...tallied five goals for five points...finished the season with a +4 rating...took 20 shots on the season...tallied first collegiate goal in 4-1 win over Vermont, Oct. 31...earned Hockey East Rookie of the Week honors 11/3...earned the Athletic Directors Award for Academic Achievement.

BEFORE BC

Graduated from Phillips Academy in Andover, Mass. in 2007... finished with 67 goals, 50 assists and 117 points...was leading scorer for Phillips 2004, 2005, 2007...completed a post-graduate year at Cushing Academy...second on the team in scoring with 12 goals and 11 assists for 23 points...member of Washington Lady Capitals travel team, 2006...earned Sportsmanship Award at Cushing...Boston Globe All-Star in Field Hockey at Cushing... captain of softball team and was a Boston Globe Central New England Prep School All-Star in softball at Cushing...honor roll student.

PERSONAL

Born February 14, 1989...daughter of Dave and Michele Shea... enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS GOALS: POINTS:

YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

2 (at New Hampshire, 10/31/08) 2 (at New Hampshire, 10/31/08)

CAREER STATISTICS

GP 32 --- 30 32

G 5 --- 0 5

A PTS. PEN/MIN. +/- PPG SHG GWG BLK 0 5 3/6 +4 1 0 1 0 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 3/6 +4 1 0 1 0

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A llison S zlosek

Senior | Forward 5-8 | Shoots Left Cushing Academy | Bedford, Mass.

AS A JUNIOR (2010-11)

Played in all 37 games... tallied four assists.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

Played in all 35 games...registered one goal and a career high six assists...tallied first collegiate assist in the team’s 3-3 tie against Syracuse on Oct. 9...also set a career high with two multiple point games...recorded at least one point in three straight games from Oct. 9-Oct. 13...tallied 49 shots on the year.

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AS A FRESHMAN (2008-09)

Played in 35 games...registered one goal...scored first collegiate goal in 5-0 win against Hockey East opponent Vermont 1/25...took 34 shots on the season.

BEFORE BC

Played three years at Cushing Academy...captained the team senior year...as a senior recorded 9 goals and 9 assists for 18 points... earned Offensive Player of the Year Award as a junior in 2006-07... selected to All-Tournament Team 2006-07 and 2007-08...member of USA U-18 Select Team 2007.

PERSONAL

Born May 3, 1990...daughter of Joe and Mary Szlosek...has one younger sister, Amanda...enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

GOALS: 1 (2x, last vs. Syracuse, 10/9/09) ASSISTS: 1 (10x, last vs. Maine, 2/12/11) POINTS: 2 (vs. Syracuse, 10/9/09)

YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

CAREER STATISTICS

GP 35 35 37 107

G 1 1 0 2

A PTS. PEN/MIN. +/- PPG SHG GWG BLK 0 1 3/6 -4 0 0 0 4 6 7 12/24 -8 0 0 0 0 4 4 2/4 -4 0 0 0 6 10 12 17/34 -16 0 0 0 10

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B lake B olden

C orinne B oyles

Junior | Defense 5-7 | Shoots Left Northwood School | Stow, Ohio

Junior | Goaltender 5-5 | Catches Left Chicago Mission | Wheaton, Ill.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

Played in 36 games…finished with 19 points (6G, 11A) to finish fourth in scoring out of all Hockey East defensemen…recorded 131 shots…had a team-leading seven power play goals…had five two point games…had one goal and two assists versus Brown (10/24)… scored once and assisted another goal against Yale (1/3)…secured two points (1G, 1A) in win over Northeastern (1/16)…recorded two assists against Vermont (10/16).

Redshirted...Hockey East All-Academic Team...ACC Academic Honor Roll

AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10)

AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10)

Played in 29 games...led all Hockey East freshmen defensemen in scoring with four goals and nine assists for 13 points...took 86 shots...recorded three, two-point performances with a goal and an assist in a 3-3 tie against Vermont on Nov. 20, as well as two assists in a 3-2, overtime win against Northeastern on Dec. 4 and a 2-2 tie with Providence on Dec. 11... registered first collegiate point with a goal in the team’s 1-1 tie with Clarkson on Oct. 3...earned her first assist in a 1-1 tie with Quinnipiac on Oct. 16...tallied two power-play goals and one unassisted score for the year...earned Hockey East Rookie of the Week honors on Nov. 23, after recording a goal and an assist, as well as the shootout winner following a 3-3 tie with Vermont on Nov. 20.

BEFORE BC

BEFORE BC

Played on the 2009 U-18 women’s national team, winning the gold medal...finished in second place in the 2009 U-19 national championship with the Chicago Mission...won the 2008 national championship for U-19 women’s hockey with the Chicago Mission.

Played on the U-18 National Team in 2008 and 2009 winning gold in both tournaments...member of the national camp since she was 14 years old...served as team captain for Northwood during the 2008-09 season.

PERSONAL

PERSONAL

Born on January 3, 1991...currently enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences...she is one of Tom and Lori Boyles’ two children.

Born on March 10, 1991 in Euclid, Ohio...Enrolled in the Lynch School of Education...she is the daughter of Leslie Dean and LaTanya Bolden.

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS GOALS: ASSISTS: POINTS:

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

1 (12x, last vs. Wisconsin, 3/18/11) 1 (5x, last at Maine, 1/8/11) 3 (vs. Brown, 10/24/10)

SAVES: 46 (at Harvard, 2/2/10) MINUTES: 65 (7x, last at St. Lawrence, 1/14/10) FEWEST GA: 0 (2x, last vs. BU, 11/18/09)

CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

CAREER STATISTICS

GP G A PTS. PEN/MIN. +/- PPG SHG GWG BLK 29 4 9 13 24/57 -11 2 0 0 0 36 8 11 19 15/30 +19 7 0 0 16 65 12 20 32 39/87 +8 9 0 0 16

YEAR W-L-T GP/MIN GA/AVG. SVS./AVG. SO 2009-10 5-10-7 24/1366:34 66/2.90 644/.907 1 2010-11 --- --- --- --- --TOTALS 5-10-7 24/1366:34 66/2.90 644/.907 1

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Appeared in 24 games, starting 22 of them... finished the season with a 5-10-7 record in 1367:04 minutes...recorded a 2.90 goals against average and a .907 save percentage with 66 goals against and 644 saves...40% of goals allowed occurred while her team was on the penalty kill...notched one shutout on the season in the team’s 0-0 tie with Connecticut on Nov. 15...twice earned Hockey East Rookie of the Week honors, grabbing the prize on Nov. 16 and Dec. 14...named to 2009-10 AllACC Academic Honor Roll... awarded 2009-10 Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement... Hockey East All-Academic Team.


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D ru B urns

K ristina B rown

Junior | Defense 5-6 | Shoots Right Shattuck St. Mary’s | Plano, Texas

Junior | Forward/Defense 5-4 | Shoots Right Cushing Academy | North Andover, Mass.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-2011)

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

Played in all 37 games... had six assists...recorded 45 shots...had two, two-assist games against Northeastern (1/16) and Providence (2/6).

Played in all 37 games... finished with three goals and one assist for four points...recorded 45 shots... had one game-winning goal... notched two goals against Vermont (10/16)...earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement...ACC Academic Honor Roll...Hockey East All-Academic Team.

AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10)

Played in all 35 games...recorded three assists on the season... notched her first collegiate point during the team’s 3-3 tie with Vermont on Nov. 20...took 27 shots...registered back-to-back games with points, with assists against Yale on Jan. 9 and Northeastern on Jan. 11.

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AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10) Played in 34 games... missed one game due to injury...recorded five goals and five assists for 10 points on the season... registered first collegiate point with a goal in a 5-3 win over Colgate on Oct. 10...notched first assist in a 1-1 tie with Maine on Oct. 18...tallied 48 shots... scored the gamewinner in the team’s 3-2 victory over Maine on Feb. 12, while also recording a two-point effort with a goal and an assist for the game.

BEFORE BC

Scored 123 points (18 goals, 105 assists) while playing for Shattuck St. Mary’s between 2006-09... also played on the school’s golf team in 2009...member of her high school’s honor roll from 2006-09...played on the 2007 and 2009 U-19 National Championship teams...served as an assistant captain during the 2008-09 season...was a USA National Development Camp participant since she started with the U-14 team.

BEFORE BC

Played four years at Cushing Academy, serving as team captain during her senior year (2008-09)... received the award for the finest contribution to the team in 2008-09 and was honored as the best offensive player from 2007-09...also played on the school’s soccer and softball teams.

PERSONAL

Born on February 4, 1991 in Dallas, Texas...enrolled in the Carroll School of Management with a concentration in pre-law... Dru is the third of David and Christine Burns’ six children.

PERSONAL

Born on May 1, 1991...Kristina is the daughter of Chris and Prisca Brown.

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS GOALS: ASSISTS: POINTS:

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

2 (at Vermont, 10/16/10) 1 (6x, last at Quinnipiac, 10/22/10) 2 (2x, last at Vermont, 10/16/10)

ASSISTS: POINTS:

CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

GP G 34 5 37 3 71 8

2 (2x, last at Providence, 2/6/11) 2 (2x, last at Providence, 2/6/11)

CAREER STATISTICS

A PTS. PEN/MIN. +/- PPG SHG GWG BLK 5 12 10/20 -3 0 0 1 4 1 4 2/4 +1 0 0 1 6 6 14 12/24 -2 0 0 2 10

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GP G 35 0 37 0 72 0

A PTS. PEN/MIN. +/- PPG SHG GWG BLK 3 3 9/18 -1 0 0 0 6 6 6 21/42 +12 0 0 0 17 9 9 30/60 +11 0 0 0 23


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A shley M otherwell

E lizabeth O lchowski

Junior | Forward 5-8 | Shoots Right Lawrence Academy | St. Charles, Ill.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

Played in all 37 games…finished with five goals and 12 assists for 17 points…tallied 99 shots…had four multi-point games, scoring a goal and an assist against Minnesota (3/12), Maine (1/8), BU (11/20) and Brown (10/24).

AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10)

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

Appeared in two games...earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10)

Played in all 35 games...recorded two shots on the season... named to 2009-10 All-ACC Academic Honor Roll...awarded 2009-10 Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

BEFORE BC

Played for four years at Deerfield Academy in Deerfield, Mass... co-captain during her senior year...also played varsity field hockey for three years and varsity lacrosse for four years...was co-captain of the lacrosse team during her senior year.

PERSONAL

Born on September 11, 1990...currently enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences as a psychology major...her older sister Stephanie, ‘09 played for the Boston College Women’s Ice Hockey team for four years.

BEFORE BC

Was the 2009 Lawrence Academy team MVP and a member of the all ISL team...finished the 2009 season as the New England runner-up with Lawrence Academy...2008 Assabet Valley national champion... member of the U-18 national team 2008 3-Series team...was a national camp participant in 2005, 2007 and 2008...also played for the varsity lacrosse and field hockey teams at Lawrence...won the New England championship with the field hockey team in 2008.

PERSONAL

Born on July 7, 1991...enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences... Ashley is one of David and Sheree Motherwell’s six children.

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

GOALS: 1 (10x, last vs. Minnesota, 3/12/11) ASSISTS: 2 (4x, last at Maine, 2/13/10) POINTS: 2 (10x, last vs. Minnesota, 3/12/11)

CAREER STATISTICS

CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

YEAR GP G A PTS. PEN/MIN. +/- PPG SHG GWG BLK 2009-10 35 0 0 0 1/2 -2 0 0 0 0 2010-11 2 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 37 0 0 0 1/2 -2 0 0 0 0

GP G A PTS. PEN/MIN. +/- PPG SHG GWG BLK 35 5 14 19 11/22 -3 2 0 1 9 37 5 12 17 10/20 +11 0 0 0 4 72 10 26 36 21/42 +8 2 0 1 13

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Played in all 35 games...finished second on the team in scoring with five goals and 14 assists for 19 points...tied for sixth in Hockey East amongst freshmen for points...registered her first point, an assist, in the team’s 5-3 win over Colgate on Oct. 10... scored her first collegiate goal on Nov. 2 in the 2-1 win over No. 8 Boston University...tallied six, multiple point games... scored two power-play goals and one gamewinner on the year.

Junior | Forward 5-10 | Shoots Left Deerfield Academy | Greenfield, Mass.


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M elissa B izzari

C aitlin W alsh

Sophomore | Forward 5-6 | Shoots Right Stowe | Stowe, Vt.

Junior | Forward 5-5 | Shoots Right The Rivers School | Franklin, Mass.

AS A FRESHMAN (2010-2011)

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

Played in 37 games...finished with 22 points (11G, 11A)...had two game-winning goals and one power play goal...had a two goal performance against UNH (2/20)...recorded three points (1G, 2A) against Harvard (12/5)...notched two goals against Colgate (10/8)... named Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Week in the Hockey East twice (2/21, 3/7)...earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement...ACC Academic Honor Roll...Hockey East AllAcademic Team ..fifth in freshman scoring in the Hockey East.

Played in 31 games... finished with five points on four assists and one goal...took 32 shots...tallied two assists against Colgate (10/8).

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AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10)

Played in all 35 games...recorded six goals and six assists for 12 points on the season...took 66 shots...tallied her first collegiate point, an assist, in her first game, during the team’s 5-1 loss to Clarkson on Oct. 2...scored her first goal on Oct. 10 during a 5-3 victory over Colgate... tied for the team lead with three power-play goals... recorded her first multiple point game by notching two assists in BC’s 3-3 tie with Yale on Jan. 9... followed that performance by tallying two goals in the team’s 7-4 loss to Northeastern on Jan. 11...scored seven points over the course of three straight games from Jan. 9-Jan. 14...earned Hockey East Rookie of the Week honors on Jan. 18.

BEFORE BC

Attended USA Hockey U-14, U-16, U-17 Player Development Camps...NAHA White Captain 2009-10...Won two NAPHA League Championships...2008-09 JWHL Champion...2009-10 JWHL Runner-Up with NAHA White...USA Hockey U-18 Select Team 2009... USA Hockey U-18 National Team 2010...IIHF World 2010 Silver Medalist.

PERSONAL

Born March 27, 1992... daughter of Ray and Mary Beth Bizzari...has two older sisters, Lauren and Katherine...also played varsity soccer and varsity softball...captain of varsity softball junior an senior years...played third base for the First Team Vermont Montain Division Softball junior and senior year...participated in National Honor Society... enrolled in College of Arts and Sciences.

BEFORE BC

Three-time National Championship team member (Assabet Valley)...two-time All-ISL award winner...two-time All-League honorable mention...first player to score over 100 points for The Rivers School with 58-60-118...also played on the school’s lacrosse and field hockey teams.

PERSONAL

Born on January 29, 1991 in Lancaster, Pa. ...she is currently enrolled in the Carroll School of Management...Caitlin is the second of Jack and Lisa Walsh’s ten children.

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS GOALS: ASSISTS: POINTS:

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

2 (at Northeastern, 1/11/10) 2 (2x, last at Colgate, 10/8/10) 3 (at Northeastern, 1/11/10)

GOALS: 2 (2x, last at New Hampshire, 2/20/11) ASSISTS: 2 (2x, last vs. Harvard, 12/5/10) POINTS: 3 (vs. Harvard, 12/5/10)

CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

GP G 35 6 31 1 66 7

CAREER STATISTICS

A PTS. PEN/MIN. +/- PPG SHG GWG BLK 6 12 21/42 -8 3 0 0 2 4 5 11/22 -1 0 0 0 1 10 17 32/64 -9 3 0 0 3

YEAR GP G A PTS. PEN/MIN. +/- PPG SHG GWG BLK 2010-11 37 11 11 22 5/10 +8 1 0 2 6 TOTAL 37 11 11 22 5/10 +8 1 0 2 6

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D anielle D oherty

M eagan M angene

Sophomore | Forward 5-4 | Shoots Right Lawrence Academy | Newton, Mass.

Sophomore | Defense 5-6 | Shoots Right Little Caesar’s U19 | Miller Place, N.Y.

AS A FRESHMAN (2010-2011)

AS A FRESHMAN (2010-2011)

BEFORE BC

BEFORE BC

Played in all 37 games...tallied seven points (3G, 4A)...recorded 35 shots... scored two power play goals... had two assists against Syracuse (10/9).

Played on Little Caesar’s u19 team...assistant captain...been on three U18 World Championship teams winning two gold medals (2008, 2009) and one silver (2010)...captain for 2010 U18 team... named one of the Top Three players for Team USA at the 2010 World Championships...in August 2010, youngest player on the Over-22 team at the USA Hockey Women’s National Festival.

PERSONAL

Born May 6, 1991... daughter of Thomas and Patricia Doherty...has two older siblings, Ryan and Emilee...on the honor roll throughout high school... post-college ambition is to teach and coach ice hockey...enrolled in the Lynch School of Education.

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

GOALS: 1 (3x, last at Northeastern, 1/16/11) ASSISTS: 2 (at Syracuse, 10/9/11) POINTS: 2 (at Syracuse, 10/9/11)

GOALS: 1 (at Vermont, 10/16/10) ASSISTS: 2 (vs. Dartmouth, 11/24/10) POINTS: 2 (vs. Dartmouth, 11/24/10)

CAREER STATISTICS

CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP G A PTS. PEN/MIN. +/- PPG SHG GWG BLK 2010-11 33 1 5 6 10/20 +22 0 0 0 18 TOTAL 33 1 5 6 10/20 +22 0 0 0 18

YEAR GP G A PTS. PEN/MIN. +/- PPG SHG GWG BLK 2010-11 37 3 4 7 5/10 +5 2 0 0 5 TOTAL 37 3 4 7 5/10 +5 2 0 0 5

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Attended Newton North High School for one year and Lawrence Academy for four...2009-2010 Lawrence Academy varsity hockey captain...2009-2010 All-League selection...2007 & 2008 National Championship with Assabet Valley U-16 Red... Played varsity field hockey from 2006-2009 and was a 2007 & 2008 Honorable Mention...2009 All-League and team captain...2008 New England champions... Played varsity softball 2007-2008...2007 Honorable Mention...Also played varsity lacrosse in 2009.

Played in 33 games... had five goals and one assist...registered a +22 rating...recorded two assists in a 4-2 win over Dartmouth (11/24).


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T aylor W asylk

A manda M ovsessian

Sophomore | Forward 5-10 | Shoots Left Little Caesar’s U19 | Port Huron, Mich.

Sophomore | Forward 5-3 | Shoots Right Lawrence Academy | Woburn, Mass.

AS A FRESHMAN (2010-2011)

AS A FRESHMAN (2010-2011) BEFORE BC

Attended Woburn High School for two years and was State Champion with them...New England Finalist with Lawrence Academy.

Played in 35 games...was second on the team in goals (15) and fourth in points (24)....recorded 133 shots... finished with seven power play points (3G, 4A)... had four game-winning goals... notched two goals against Maine (1/8) and Brown (10/24)...tallied four points on one goal and three assists against Syracuse (10/9)... named Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Week in the Hockey East three weeks in a row (10/11, 10/18, 10/25).

PERSONAL

BEFORE BC

meet the eagles

Appeared in nine games for the Eagles.

Born May 21, 1991...daughter of Larry Movsessian and Jessica Ianillo...has two younger siblings, Alex and Amy...on the honor roll/high honor roll every year of high school...Character Congress Winner at Woburn High...hopes to one day own a business... enrolled in Carroll School of Management.

2007-2010 State Champions in Michigan...2009 gold medalist at theU-18 World Championships with Team USA...2010 Silver Medalist at the U-18 World Championship with Team USA

PERSONAL

Born February 21, 1992...daughter of Jim and Barb Delacy...has one older sister, Brittany, and two younger siblings, Tori and Brandon...involved in National Honor Society...hopes to become an oncologist or do something in sports medicine...enrolled in College of Arts and Sciences.

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

GOALS: 2 (2x, last at Maine, 1/8/11) ASSISTS: 3 (at Syracuse, 10/9/11) POINTS: 4 (at Syracuse, 10/9/11)

CAREER STATISTICS

CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP G A PTS. PEN/MIN. +/- PPG SHG GWG BLK 2010-11 35 15 9 24 12/24 +15 3 0 4 8 TOTAL 35 15 9 24 12/24 +15 3 0 4 8

YEAR GP G A PTS. PEN/MIN. +/- PPG SHG GWG BLK 2010-11 9 0 0 0 0/0 -1 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 9 0 0 0 0/0 -1 0 0 0 0

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J ackie Y oung

A lex C arpenter

Sophomore | Defense 5-7 | Shoots Right Harvard/Noble & Greenough Medford, Mass.

Freshman | Forward 5-6 | Shoots Left Governor’s Academy North Reading, Mass.

AS A FRESHMAN (2010-2011)

BEFORE BC

Finished season with three points on three assists and a +7 rating ...tallied her first career point with an assist in a 3-2 win over Clarkson (1/15)...notched an assist against Union (1/22)...picked up a helper in 7-0 win over Colgate (2/18).

A four-year standout at Governor’s Academy under Babe Ceglarski, registering 239 goals and 188 assists (427 points) in 100 games... captured New England Division II Championships four consecutive years (2008-2011)...earned All-ISL accolades in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011, including ISL MVP honors as a junior and senior...fourtime Governors Academy MVP...also led the softball program to ISL Championships in 2008 and 2011...a four-time softball All-League honoree...two-time softball team MVP (2009 & 2011)...served as team captain in both sports as a senior.

BEFORE BC

PERSONAL

Born on April 13, 1994 in Cambridge, Mass....the oldest of Julie and Bob Carpenter’s three children...has two younger brothers, Robert “Bobo” and Brendan...enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.

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E mily F ield

PERSONAL

Born Jacqueline Young on January 10, 1991 in Malden, Mass.... the middle child of Gail and Kevin Young, whom both played hockey for the Eagles...older siblings are Nicole and Ryan...has two younger brothers, Patrick and Michael...enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences as a communications and psychology doublemajor...cousin, C.J. Young, was a member of the Harvard men’s hockey team in the late 80s...sister (Nicki) played ice hockey at Bowdoin and brother (Ryan) played at Williams.

Freshman | Forward 5-6 | Shoots Left Lawrence Academy Littleton, Mass.

BEFORE BC

Member of the 2011 U18 United States National Team that won gold in Sweden...five-time national champion at Assabeth Valley... received Independent School League (ISL) All-League honors in 2011 after garnering honorable mention accolades as a junior...also played field hockey, being named ISL MVP in 2010 and 2011; was an ISL first-team selection both seasons as an upperclassman; and took home ISL honorable mention as a sophomore.

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS ASSISTS: POINTS:

1 (3x, last vs. Colgate, 2/18/11) 1 (3x, last vs. Colgate, 2/18/11)

PERSONAL

Born on April 6, 1993 in Newton, Mass...the youngest daughter of Sheila and Mathew Field...has an older sister, Melissa.

CAREER STATISTICS YEAR GP G A PTS. PEN/MIN. +/- PPG SHG GWG BLK 2010-11 31 0 3 3 4/8 +7 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 31 0 3 3 4/8 +7 0 0 0 0

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Won six national championships (2003-04, 06-08, 10) on top of eight consecutive state championships (2003-10) for the Assabet Valley Club Hockey Team... member of the 2009 World Champion U.S. Women’s U18 team...led Noble & Greenough High School to three-straight Independent School League (ISL) titles...won the 2008 and 2009 New England Championships with NGHS...earned all-league honors for ice hockey at Milton in 2007 and at Noble & Greenough in 2009 and 2010...played varsity field hockey, ice hockey and lacrosse at Noble & Greenough after beginning her high school career at Milton Academy, serving as captain for all three sports during senior seasons...all-league honorable mention for field hockey as a junior...also captured league championships with field hockey from 2008-2010 and lacrosse in 2008 and 2009... received Davis Cup for outstanding athletic sportsmanship as a senior, as well as the Girls Lacrosse Bowl for contribution in spirit an performance and the Newell Cup for ice hockey.


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E rin K ickham

M egan M iller

Freshman | Forward 5-5 | Shoots Right Tabor Academy Needham, Mass.

Freshman | Goaltender 5-7 | Catches Left North American Hockey Academy Long Grove, Ill.

BEFORE BC

BEFORE BC

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National Development Camp participant from 2007-09...the 2011 Found Award recipient for dedication and leadership in the sport of ice hockey...named the Needham High School Rookie of the Year after earning All-Conference honors in 2008...led Needham with 48 points as a freshman...played under Eric Long at Tabor Academy for three seasons...led Larry Movession’s Massachusetts Spitfires during senior year...served as captain of the ice hockey team, in addition to wearing the “C” for field hockey and twice for lacrosse...a high-honor roll student...member of the Major Contribution to the Extracurricular Life of Tabor Academy...selected to the Lacrosse National School Girls AllTournament Team in 2011.

2011 Team USA U-18 World Championship team member...led Chicago Mission to four consecutive Illinois state championships...claimed the U-16 Michigan state championship...played for Bill Driscoll for two years at the North American Hockey Academy (NAHA) and one club season under John Hindle at Belle Tire Midwest Elite Hockey League (MWEHL)...recorded 23 shutouts, a .610 goals against average (GAA) and .970 save percentage, going 35-4-2 as a senior at NAHA...posted .932 save percentage and 1.68 GAA en route to a 38-11-8 mark in her junior year at NAHA...registered 28 shutouts and a .940 GAA, going 619-4 during the 2008-09 season in the MWEHL.

PERSONAL

PERSONAL

Born on May 2, 1994 in Chicago...daughter of Amy and Jordan

Born on September 16, 1992...the daughter of Ellen W. and Brian J. Kickham...has three brothers, Billy, Brian and Chris...enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.

Miller...has an older brother, Adam, who plays hockey...enrolled in the Carroll School of Management...responsible for the naming of Fierce Car Audio brand of car audio supplies...has worked as a baker, specializing in cupcake decoration...also plays basketball, tennis and golf.

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K ate L eary

E mily P falzer

Freshman | Forward 5-2 | Shoots Right Governor’s Academy Seabrook, N.H.

Freshman | Defense 5-2 | Shoots Right Mississauga Getzville, N.Y.

BEFORE BC

BEFORE BC

A USA Hockey National Camp participant in 2007 (U14) and 2010 (U17)...as a member of Assabet Valley won USA Hockey national championships three times - 2006 (U12), 2008 (U14), 2009 (U16) - and was a national semifinalist in 2010...amassed 340 points (164 goals, 176 assists) in 100 games at the Governor’s Academy in Byfield, Mass; twice scoring more than 40 goals, notching 40-plus assists and tallying over 90 points in a single season...led Governor’s Academy to four consecutive New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) Championships from 2008-2011...named to the All-Independent School League (ISL) Team three times...received an All-ISL Honorable Mention as a freshman...was an assistant captain for Governor’s Academy as a senior...also a four-year letter-winner for Governor’s in field hockey and lacrosse, being tabbed All-ISL (2009-10), as team MVP (2010)and a Boston Globe All-Star (2009) for field hockey.

Led the U.S. to the 2011 IIHF World Championship U18 gold medal as an assistant captain...2010 IIHF World Championship U18 silver medalist...wore the “A” for the 2010 U.S. U18 Select Team...competed on the 2009 U18 USA Select Team...played for two seasons - one as an assistant captain - under Jerry Turi with the Mississauga Junior Chiefs in the Provincial Women’s Hockey League (PWHL)...led Mississauga to the 2010-11 Alumni Cup - the PWHL Championship Trophy... scored six times and dished out 16 assists in 34 appearances with the Chiefs in 2010-11...notched five goals and 22 assists in 30 games with Mississauga during the 2009-10 season...concluded club career ranked 13th on the all-time regular-season points leaders board for defenders with 44 (10 goals, 34 assists)...also played lacrosse at Nichols High School...winner of the 2011 Williams Cup for high scholastic standing as a student-athlete and embodiment of school spirit...named a 2011 Academic All-Star for graduating in the top three of her class within the Erie-Niagara school district...inducted to the Cum Laude Society in 2011.

PERSONAL

Born Kathleen Leary on August 8, 1993 in Beverly, Mass. to Betsy and Peter Leary...has two brothers, Peter and James...cousins Kara was an All-American basketball player for Notre Dame and Sarah was a twotime All-American in lacrosse at Harvard...enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.

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Born on June 14, 1993 in Buffalo, N.Y. ... parents are Jill an David Pfalzer... has two older brothers, Matthew and Thomas ‘12...Matt played hockey for SUNY-Fredonia...currently enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.


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2010-11 Season Review

Final National Ranking of No. 3 by USCHO.com & USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine 2010-11 Final USCHO.com Division I Women’s Poll

2010-11 Final USA Today/ USA Hockey Magazine Women’s College Hockey Poll

Team Record Points 1. Wisconsin 37-2-2 150 2. Boston University 27-3-4 126 3. Boston College 24-7-6 111 4. Cornell 31-3-1 108 5. Minnesota-Duluth 22-9-3 87 6. Minnesota 26-10-2 80 7. Mercyhurst 29-6-0 72 8. Dartmouth 22-12-0 35 9. North Dakota 20-13-3 32 10. Providence 22-12-1 22

Team Record Points 1. Wisconsin 37-2-2 190 2. Boston University 27-3-4 165 3. Boston College 24-7-6 140 4. Cornell 31-3-1 139 5. Minnesota-Duluth 22-9-3 114 6. Mercyhurst 29-6-0 98 7. Minnesota 26-10-2 85 8. Dartmouth 22-12-0 45 9. North Dakota 20-13-3 38 10. Providence 22-12-1 22

NCAA Tournament - National Fourth Seed National Quarterfinal - Saturday, March 12, 2011 - Boston College def. Minneosta, 4-1 National Semifinal - Friday, March 18, 2011 - Wisconsin def. Boston College, 3-2

2010-11 Hockey East Final Standings

Hockey East Overall GP W L T Pts. GF GA W L T Boston Univ. 21 15 3 3 33 66 33 27 7 4 Boston College 21 13 4 4 30 55 32 24 7 6 Providence 21 12 8 1 25 58 45 22 12 1 Connecticut 21 9 9 3 21 36 39 13 19 3 Northeastern 21 6 10 5 17 42 48 16 13 8 Maine 21 6 12 3 15 39 56 12 17 5 New Hampshire 21 7 13 1 15 35 46 14 16 2 Vermont 21 4 13 4 12 24 49 7 17 9

GF 132 106 102 68 91 79 58 44

GA 70 64 68 95 87 83 63 77

Ninth Annual Women’s Hockey East Tournament Championship Walter Brown Arena, Boston - February 26 - March 6, 2011

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Jessica Martino ACC Academic Honor Roll Athletic Director’s Award for Academic Achievement

Melissa Bizzari

Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Week (2/21, 3/7) ACC Academic Honor Roll Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement

Kiera Kingston ACC Academic Honor Roll Athletic Director’s Award for Academic Achievement

Laura Hart

Elizabeth Olchowski

Athletic Director’s Award for Academic Achievement

Kristina Brown

Megan Mangene

ACC Academic Honor Roll Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement

Hockey East All-Rookie Team

Katelyn Kurth Corinne Boyles

ACC Academic Honor Roll Athletic Director’s Award for Academic Achievement

Kristin Regan ACC Academic Honor Roll Athletic Director’s Award for Academic Achievement

ACC Academic Honor Roll Athletic Director’s Award for Academic Achievement

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Hockey East All-Star (Second Team) New England All-Star ACC Academic Honor Roll Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement

Megan Shea

ACC Academic Honor Roll Athletic Director’s Award for Academic Achievement

Molly Schaus

First-Team All-American Hockey East All-Star New England All-Star Patty Kazmaier Top 10 Finalist WHEA Goaltender of the Month (February) Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week (11/22, 3/14) ACC Academic Honor Roll Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement Boston College Senior Outstanding Scholar-Athlete

Kelli Stack

Second-Team All-American Cammi Granato Award (Hockey East Player of the Year) New England Player of the Year Patty Kazmaier Top 3 Finalist Hockey East All-Star New England All-Star Pure Hockey Player of the Month (October & November) Pure Hockey Player of the Week (11/1, 11/22, 1/31, 3/7, 3/14) ACC Academic Honor Roll Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement

Taylor Wasylk

Danielle Welch

Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Week (10/11, 10/18, 10/25, 1/10)

Hockey East Honorable Mention

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Opponent at Colgate at Syracuse at Vermont at Vermont at Quinnipiac BROWN UCONN at UCONN at Northeastern VERMONT at St. Lawrence at St. Lawrence at #5 Boston University #5 BOSTON UNIVERSITY DARTMOUTH at New Hampshire HARVARD at Princeton at Yale Bulldogs at Maine #3 BOSTON UNIVERSITY at #10 Northeastern at Providence College #9 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE NORTHEASTERN UCONN at Providence College #3 BOSTON UNIVERSITY MAINE MAINE HARVARD NEW HAMPSHIRE at New Hampshire vs #9 Providence College vs Northeastern #3 MINNESOTA vs #1 Wisconsin

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Shot pct. G oals/Game Shots/Game POWER PLAYS Goals-Power Plays Conversion Percent Shot Attempts Shot Percent SHORT-HANDED Goals-Shot attempts Shot Percent GOAL BREAKDOWN Power Play Short-handed Empty net Penalty Unassisted Overtime Shootout Delayed Penalty PENALTIES Number Minutes Penalties/Game Pen minutes/Game FACEOFFS (W-L) Faceoff W-L Pct. SHOOTOUTS (Made-Att)

Score 4-0 5-2 3-0 4-1 3-3 5-2 3-0 2-2 3-1 2-2 3-7 1-1 6-3 0-1 4-2 3-1 6-2 0-3 3-1 6-1 0-4 4-1 1-3 3-1 2-1 3-2 4-2 2-1 1-1 3-4 3-1 0-0 2-1 3-2 3-1 4-1 2-3

W W W W Tot W W Tot W Tot L Tot W L W W W L W W L W L W W Wot W W Tot L W Tot W Wot W W L

Att. 120 215 368 482 692 287 250 146 128 150 211 175 476 263 103 487 213 425 111 198 200 192 221 173 213 82 223 588 127 135 700 128 792 1050 615 583 3482

BC

OPP

106-1211 .088 2.9 32.7

64-944 .068 1.7 25.5

23-154 .149 256 .090

20-175 .114 270 .074

4-51 .078

2-29 .069

23 4 3 0 16 2 0 0

20 2 2 0 5 0 0 0

197 394 5.3 10.6 1327-897 .597 0-0

165 330 4.5 8.9 897-1327 .403 0-0

Record: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

Overall 24-7-6 13-4-4 11-3-2

Statistics

Home 10-3-3 4-3-3 6-0-0

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Player

gp

pts

sh

16 22 17 9 4 10 18 14 19 24 7 11 2 26 8 21 30 27 12 13 6 23 TM

Kelli Stack Mary Restuccia Danielle Welch Taylor Wasylk Melissa Bizzari Blake Bolden Ashley Motherwell Katelyn Kurth Danielle Doherty Meagan Mangene Dru Burns Caitlin Walsh Kristina Brown Jessica Martino Alison Szlosek Andrea Green Molly Schaus Laura Hart Amanda Movsessian Elizabeth Olchowski Kristin Regan Megan Shea TEAM Total Opponents

36 36 22 58 37 11 28 39 37 10 15 25 35 15 9 24 37 11 11 22 36 8 11 19 37 5 12 17 37 0 10 10 37 3 4 7 33 1 5 6 37 0 6 6 31 1 4 5 37 3 1 4 37 0 4 4 37 0 4 4 37 2 0 2 33 0 1 1 32 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 18 0 0 0 30 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 37 106 147 253 37 64 97 161

185 114 101 133 75 131 99 37 35 55 45 32 45 35 29 48 0 4 0 0 3 5 0 1211 944

Goalie 30 Molly Schaus 32 Kiera Kingston TM EMPTY NET ##

Total Opponents

g

a

Away 12-3-3 9-1-1 3-2-2

gp

min

ga

gaavg

33 5 6 37 37

1989:32 48 270:00 14 3:53 2 2263:25 64 2263:25 106

1.45 3.11 1.70 2.81

Attendance Summary Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg Goals by Period Boston College Opponents Saves by Period Boston College Opponents

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Neutral 2-1-0 0-0-0 2-1-0

sh% pen-min

pp sh

.195 .096 .099 .113 .147 .061 .051 .000 .086 .018 .000 .031 .067 .000 .000 .042 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .088 .068

6 3 1 3 1 7 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 20

20-40 30-60 14-28 12-24 5-10 15-30 10-20 15-30 5-10 10-20 21-42 11-22 2-4 5-10 2-4 16-32 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 3-6 197-394 165-330

saves save%

781 98 1 880 1105

BC

Opponent

4195 16/262 3/1716

5662 18/315

1st

2nd

3rd

OT

34 22

30 19

40 23

2 0

1st

2nd

3rd

OT

277 274 307 354 367 356

22 28

Total 106 64 Total 880 1105

w-l-t

.942 24-5-4 .875 0-2-2 .333 0-0-0 .932 24-7-6 .912 7-24-6

4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2

2 0 1 o - 1 1 S tat i s t i c s

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Date Oct 08 Oct 09 Oct 15 Oct 16 Oct 22 Oct 24 Oct 31 Oct 30 Nov 03 Nov 07 Nov 12 Nov 13 Nov 20 Nov 21 Nov 24 Nov 28 Dec 5 Dec 31 Jan 03 Jan 08 Jan 15 Jan 16 Jan 21 Jan 28 Jan 30 Feb. 4 Feb 06 Feb 08 Feb 11 Feb 12 Feb 15 Feb 19 Feb 20 Mar 05 Mar 06 Mar 12 Mar 18

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Blake Bolden

Kelli Stack & Molly Schaus

Corrine Boyles

• 2009 IIHF U-18 World • 2011 National Team Festival Championship Gold Medalist • 2008 & 2009 IIHF U-18 World Championship Gold Medalist • 2009 U-18 National Team • 2008-09 U-18 National Team

2011 IIHF 12 Nations Gold Medalist (Finland) 2011 USA Hockey Women’s National Team Festival 2010 USA Hockey Women’s National Team Festival 2010 Olympic Silver Medalist (Vancouver) 2008-09 U.S. Select Team, Four Nations Cup 2008 USA Hockey U-22 Select Team 2008 USA Hockey Women’s National Festival 2007-08 U.S. Select Team, IIHF Gold Medalist 2007 U.S. Women’s National Team Preliminary Roster 2007 USA Hockey U-22 Select Team 2007 USA Hockey Women’s National Team Festival

2007 Four Nation’s Cup 2007 & 2008 U-22 Select Team 2007 & 2008 National Team Festival

Mary Restuccia

Allie Thunstrom

2011 USA Hockey Women’s National Team Festival

• 2007-2001 National Team Festival • 2010 Four Nation’s Cup • 2007 National Team Preliminary Roster

Taylor Wasylk

Meagan Mangene

Maggie Taverna

2006-07 USA Hockey U-22 Select Team 2006-07 National Team Festival

• 2011 USA Hockey Women’s National Team Festival • 2010 IIHF U18 World Championship Silver Medalist • 2009 IIHF U18 World Championship Gold Medalist

Becky Zavisza

2007 USA Hockey U-22 Select Team 2006-07 USA National Team Festival

• 2010 Four Nation’s Cup • 2010 National Team Festival • 2010 IIHF U-18 World Championship Silver Medalist • 2008-09 IIHF U-18 World Championship Gold Medalist

Kelly McManus

1995-98 USA Hockey Women’s National Team Festival

Erin Magee

Gen Richardson

2001 U.S. National Team 2000 U.S. National Team 2000 U.S. Select Team 1999 U.S. Select Team 1998 USA Hockey Women’s National Team Festival 1997 USA Hockey Women’s National Team Festival 1995 Olympic Development Camp

2002 & 2003 Four Nation’s Cup

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Meghan Fardelmann


2011-12 women’s ice Hockey Media Guide All-Americans 2010-11 Molly Schaus, GK (First Team) Kelli Stack, F (Second Team) 2008-09 Molly Schaus, GK (Second Team) Kelli Stack, F (Second Team) Hockey East Player of the Year 2010-11 Kelli Stack, F* 2008-09 Kelli Stack, F 2006-07 Kelli Stack, F *Stack was the first three-time WHEA POY New England Player of the Year 2010-11 Kelli Stack, F Hockey East Freshman of the Year 2006-07 Kelli Stack, F Patty Kazmaier Finalists 2010-11 Kelli Stack* Molly Schaus^

honor roll

2008-09 Molly Schaus^ *Top 3 ^Top 10 Finalist

2005-06 Maggie Taverna, D Becky Zavisza, F 2004-05 Deb Spillane, F 2002-03 Jill McInnis, D Hockey East “Three Stars” Award 2008-09 Kelli Stack, F Hockey East Scoring Champion 2008-09 Kelli Stack, F (36 pts.) 2006-07 Kelli Stack, F (34 pts.) Hockey East Sportsmanship Award 2008-09 Colleen Harris 2006-07 Deb Spillane Hockey East Coach of the Year 2004-05 Tom Mutch New England All-Stars 2010-11 Mary Restuccia, F Molly Schaus, GK Kelli Stack, F

Hockey East All-Stars 2010-11 Kelli Stack, F (First Team) Molly Schaus, GK (First Team) Mary Restuccia, F (Second Team) Danielle Welch, F (Hon. Mention) 2009-10 Allie Thunstrom, F (Second Team)

Hockey East All-Tournament Team 2010-11 Blake Bolden, D Kelli Stack, F*

2008-09

Hockey East Academic All-Star Team (Top GPA by Position)

Molly Schaus, GK (First Team) Kelli Stack, F (First Team) Maggie Taverna, D (First Team) Allie Thunstrom, F (Second Team)

2007-08 Kelli Stack, F (Second Team) Maggie Taverna, D (Second Team) 2006-07

Kelli Stack, F (First Team) Allie Thunstrom, F (First Team) Molly Schaus, GK (Second Team) Maggie Taverna, D (Second Team) Becky Zavisza (Second Team)

2008-09 Molly Schaus, GK Kelli Stack, F *MVP

2008-09 Amanda Rothschild, GK (3.94) 2007-08 Amanda Rothschild, GK (3.95) Boston College Hall of Fame Erin Magee ‘99 (‘06-’07 Inductee) Laura Traynham Hannon ‘97 (‘10-’11 Inductee)

2005-06 Sarah Feldman, F (Second Team) Deb Spillane, F (Second Team) Maggie Taverna, D (Second Team)

Hockey East All-Academic Team Brie Baskin 2009 Lindsey Bazzone 2003, 2004, 2005 Melissa Bizzari 2011 Erin Blood 2006 Kristin Blundo 2004 Corinne Boyles 2010, 2011 Brittney Briggs 2003 Kristina Brown 2011 Sarah Carlson 2003, 2004, 2005 Sarah Courtney 2006 Lisa Davis 2003, 2004, 2005 Sarah Engwall 2003 Meghan Fardelmann 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Sarah Feldman 2005 Jennifer Fischl 2004 Nancy Gillis 2004, 2005, 2006 Colleen Harris 2006, 2008, 2009 Laura Hart 2010, 2011 Tracy Johnson 2007, 2008 Kiera Kingston 2009, 2010, 2011 Jaclyn Kryzak 2003 Katelyn Kurth 2009, 2010, 2011 Jessica Martino 2011 Anna McDonald 2007 Sarah McGarrell 2003, 2004 Kaitlin McGrath 2003, 2004 Kim Meagher 2005 Lee-J Mirasolo 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Christine Moynihan 2004, 2005 Laura Mueller 2004 Stephanie Olchowski 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Alison Quandt 2003, 2005, 2006 Kristin Regan 2009, 2010, 2011 Mary Restuccia 2010, 2011 Genevieve Richardson 2003 Amanda Rothschild 2008, 2009 Kerri Sanders 2003, 2004, 2005 Molly Schaus 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011 Megan Shea 2009, 2010, 2011 Kelli Stack 2008, 2009, 2011 Cristin Stuart 2007 Maggie Taverna 2006, 2008, 2009 Allie Thunstrom 2009 Jessica Tychsen 2003, 2004 Shannon Webster 2007, 2008, 2009 Jessica Wilson 2006 Lindsay Wright 2007, 2008 Becky Zavisza 2007, 2008, 2009

2004-05 Sarah Carlson, D (First Team) Deb Spillane, F (Second Team) 2002-03 Gen Richardson, D (Second Team) Hockey East All-Rookie Team 2010-11 Meagan Mangene, D 2009-10 Blake Bolden, D Ashely Motherwell, F 2008-09 Mary Restuccia, F 2006-07 Molly Schaus, F Kelli Stack, F Allie Thunstrom, F

2010-11 Hockey East All-Star Team Photo

Hockey East Commissioner Joe Bertagna presents Kelli Stack, F (BC), Jenn Wakefield, F (BU), Marie-Philip Poulin, F (BU), Catherine Ward, D (BU), Molly Schaus, GK (BC) and Courtney Birchard, D (UNH) their All-Star plaques at the 2010-11 conference banquet.

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2011-12 women’s ice Hockey Media Guide POINTS

2010-11 - Kelli Stack 2009-10 - Allie Thunstrom 2008-09 - Kelli Stack 2007-08 - Kelli Stack 2006-07 - Kelli Stack 2005-06 - Deb Spillane 2004-05 - Deb Spillane 2003-04 - Sarah Courtney 2002-03 - Kerri Sanders 2001-02 - Kelly McManus 2000-01 - Kelly McManus 1998-99 - Erin Magee 1997-98 - Jennifer Buckley 1995-96 - Erin Magee

GOALS

ASSISTS

2010-11 - Mary Restuccia 2009-10 - Ashley Motherwell 2008-09 - Kelli Stack 2007-08 - Deb Spillane 2006-07 - Kelli Stack 2005-06 - Sarah Feldman/Deb Spillane 2004-05 - Deb Spillane 2003-04 - Alaina Clark/Sarah Courtney 2002-03 - Jill McInnis 2001-02 - Kelly McManus 2000-01 - Kelly McManus 1998-99 - Jennifer Buckley 1997-98 - Kathleen Savino 1995-96 - Erin Magee

PLUS/MINUS RATING (Since 2003)

2010-11 - Kelli Stack 2009-10 - Dru Burns 2008-09 - Kelli Stack 2007-08 - Deb Spillane 2006-07 - Thunstrom/Taverna 2005-06 - Sarah Feldman/Deb Spillane 2004-05 - Jessica Wilson/Lindsay Wright 2003-04 - Laura Mueller

PENALTIES/MINUTES

2010-11 - Mary Restuccia 2009-10 - Mary Restuccia 2008-09 - Meghan Fardelmann 2007-08 - Tracy Johnson 2006-07 - Becky Zavisza 2005-06 - Becky Zavisza 2004-05 - Sarah Carlson 2003-04 - Jessica Tychsen 2002-03 - Sarah Carlson/Megan Scully 2001-02 - Alain Clark/Sarah Carlson 2000-01 - Jennifer Buckley 1998-99 - Carroll McCaffrey 1997-98 - Carroll McCaffrey 1995-96 - Carroll McCaffrey

36 22 23 22 30 17 19 9 12 17 13 24 23 39 28 13 36 22 37 18 17 8 15 17 9 21 27 25

+31 -1 +33 +26 +29 +19 -3 -2 30/60 30/71 31/81 27/54 28/56 32/64 20/40 25/50 11/22 11/22 19/46 26/52 24/48 21/42

2010-11 - Danielle Welch 2009-10 - Katelyn Kurth 2008-09 - Katelyn Kurth 2007-08 - Cristin Stuart 2006-07 - Tracy Johnson

GAME-WINNING GOALS

2010-11 - Kelli Stack 2009-10 - Allie Thunstrom/Danielle Welch 2008-09 - Kelli Stack 2007-08 - Kelli Stack/Allie Thunstrom 2006-07 - Meghan Fardelmann 2005-06 - Deb Spillane 2004-05 - Courtney/Feldman/ Harris/Sanders 2003-04 - Clark/Gillis/Lombardi/McGrath/ Sanders/Seidewan 2002-03 - Alaina Clark 2001-02 - Jaclyn Kryzak 2000-01 - Kelly McManus 1998-99 - Erin Magee 1997-98 - Buckley/Magee/ MacLeod/Missirlean/Savino 1995-96 - Claudia Asano/Erin Magee

POWER-PLAY GOALS

2010-11 - Blake Bolden 2009-10 - Mary Restuccia/ Allie Thunstrom/Caitlin Walsh 2008-09 - Kelli Stack 2007-08 - Kelli Stack 2006-07 - Becky Zavisa 2005-06 - Sarah Feldman 2004-05 - Deb Spillane 2003-04 - Kerri Sanders 2002-03 - Blundo/Clark/Kryzak/ Richardson/Sanders/Taylor 2001-02 - Kelly McManus 2000-01 - Jennifer Buckley 1998-99 - Jennifer Buckley 1997-98 - Jennifer Buckley

SHORTHANDED GOALS

2010-11 - Kelli Stack 2009-10 - Mary Restuccia 2008-09 - Kelli Stack/Allie Thunstrom 2007-08 - Kellie Stack/Allie Thunstrom 2006-07 - Allie Thunstrom 2005-06 - Maggie Taverna 2004-05 - Carlson/Feldman/Spillane 2003-04 - None 2002-03 - None 2001-02 - None 2000-01 - Buckley/Renee Taylor 1998-99 - Erini Magee 1997-98 - Jennifer Buckley

HAT TRICKS

2010-11 - Kelli Stack 2009-10 - None 2008-09 - Allie Thunstrom 2007-08 - None 2006-07 - Meghan Fardelmann 2005-06 - None 2004-05 - Sarah Feldman 2003-04 - None 2002-03 - None 2001-02 - Kelly McManus 1998-99 - Erin Magee 1997-98 - Genevieve Missirlian

25 29 20 5 7 8 3 6 4 5 4 2 1 3 3 3 2 1 3 7 3 7 6 8 7 12 4

2010-11 - Molly Schaus 2009-10 - Corinne Boyles 2008-09 - Molly Schaus 2007-08 - Molly Schaus 2006-07 - Molly Schaus 2005-06 - Alison Quandt 2004-05 - Alison Quandt 2003-04 - Lisa Davis 2002-03 - Lisa Davis 2001-02 - Lisa Davis 2000-01 - Amy Coletta 1998-99 - Christy Nentwig 1997-98 - Christy Nentwig 1995-96 - Kristen Gray

1989:32 1366:34 2027:48 2052:48 2016:13 1660:31 1392:44 1504:54 1273:52 1782:49 1108:51 1260:06 1148:54 1526:03

GOALS ALLOWED (MIN. 500 MINUTES) 2010-11 - Molly Schaus 2009-10 - Corinne Boyles 2008-09 - Molly Schaus 2007-08 - Molly Schaus 2006-07 - Molly Schaus 2005-06 - Alison Quandt 2004-05 - Alison Quandt 2003-04 - Lisa Davis 2002-03 - Alison Quandt 2001-02 - Lisa Davis 2000-01 - Sharon VanTuyl 1998-99 - Christy Nentwig 1997-98 - Laura Dickman 1995-96 - Kristen Gray

48 66 57 75 64 60 73 84 42 77 69 103 60 103

1 2 5 7 6 4 1 4 2 6 2 1

1 2 1 3 1 2 1 1 4 3

The 2006-07 season saw Allie Thunstrom (above) become the first Eagle to record 30 goals in one season, since Erin Magee did so in 1995-96.

MINUTES

BLOCKS (Since 2006)

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2010-11 - Kelli Stack 2009-10 - Allie Thunstrom 2008-09 - Kelli Stack 2007-08 - Kellie Stack 2006-07 - Allie Thunstrom 2005-06 - Deb Spillane/Becky Zavisza 2004-05 - Deb Spillane 2003-04 - Kerri Sanders 2002-03 - Alaina Clark 2001-02 - Kelly McManus 2000-01 - Kelly McManus 1998-99 - Erin Magee 1997-98 - Jennifer Buckley 1995-96 - Erin Magee

58 29 59 38 54 35 36 16 27 34 22 41 47 64


2011-12 women’s ice Hockey Media Guide GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (MIN. 500 MINUTES) 2010-11 - Molly Schaus 2009-10 - Kiera Kingston 2008-09 - Molly Schaus 2007-08 - Molly Schaus 2006-07 - Molly Schaus 2005-06 - Alison Quandt 2004-05 - Alison Quandt 2003-04 - Lisa Davis 2002-03 - Lisa Davis 2001-02 - Lisa Davis 2000-01 - Sharon VanTuyl 1998-99 - Christy Nentwig 1997-98 - Christy Nentwig 1995-96 - Kristen Gray

annual leaders

SAVES

2010-11 - Molly Schaus 2009-10 - Corinne Boyles 2008-09 - Molly Schaus 2007-08 - Molly Schaus 2006-07 - Molly Schaus 2005-06 - Alison Quandt 2004-05 - Alison Quandt 2003-04 - Lisa Davis 2002-03 - Lisa Davis 2001-02 - Lisa Davis 2000-01 - Amy Coletta 1998-99 - Christy Nentwig 1997-98 - Christy Nentwig 1995-96 - Kristen Gray

SAVE PERCENTAGE (MIN. 500 MINUTES) 2010-11 - Molly Schaus 2009-10 - Kiera Kingston 2008-09 - Molly Schaus 2007-08 - Molly Schaus 2006-07 - Molly Schaus 2005-06 - Alison Quandt 2004-05 - Alison Quandt 2003-04 - Lisa Davis 2002-03 - Lisa Davis 2001-02 - Lisa Davis 2000-01 - Sharon VanTuyl 1998-99 - Christy Nentwig 1997-98 - Christy Nentwig 1995-96 - Kristen Gray

SHUTOUTS

2010-11 - Molly Schaus 2009-10 - Kiera Kingston 2008-09 - Molly Schaus 2007-08 - Molly Schaus 2006-07 - Molly Schaus 2005-06 - Johanna Ellison/Alison Quandt 2004-05 - Alison Quandt 2003-04 - Lisa Davis 2002-03 - Lisa Davis/Alison Quandt 2001-02 - Lisa Davis 2000-01 - Amy Colletta 1998-99 - Christy Nentwig 1997-98 - Dickman/Nentwig

1.45 2.47 1.69 2.19 1.90 2.17 3.14 3.35 3.49 2.59 5.12 4.29 4.81 4.05 781 644 861 920 866 568 582 761 587 859 516 740 604 747

.942 .918 .938 .925 .931 .904 .889 .901 .888 .918 .864 .877 .867 .879 4 2 10 2 5 2 2 1 1 4 2 2 1

Hockey East Superlatives

(Conference Stat Leaders) Points

1. Kelli Stack (36) : 2008-09 1. Kelli Stack (34) : 2006-07 1. Kelli Stack (33) : 2010-11 2. Allie Thunstrom (31) : 2006-07 3. Kelli Stack (30) : 2007-08 3. Becky Zavisza (29) : 2006-07 3. Mary Restuccia (22) : 2010-11 4. Allie Thunstrom (27) : 2008-09 5. Allie Thumstrom (20) : 2009-10 6. Mary Restuccia (20) : 2008-09 8. Deb Spillane (22) : 2007-08

Goals

1. Kelli Stack (22) : 2010-11 1. Allie Thumstrom (21) : 2006-07 2. Kelli Stack (18) : 2007-08 2. Kelli Stack (15) : 2008-09 2. Allie Thunstrom (13) : 2009-10 3. Meghan Fardelmann (15) : 2006-07 3. Allie Thumstrom (12) : 2008-09 4. Kelli Stack (13) : 2006-07 5. Deb Spillane (13) : 2005-06

Assists

1. Kelli Stack (21) : 2008-09 1. Kelli Stack (21) : 2006-07 2. Mary Restuccia (22) : 2010-11 4. Allie Thumstrom (15) : 2008-09 4. Deb Spillane (15) : 2007-08 4. Kelli Stack (11) : 2010-11 6. Mary Restuccia (13) : 2008-09

Goals Against Average 2. Molly Schaus (1.87) : 2006-07 2. Alison Quandt (1.95) : 2005-06 3. Molly Schaus (2.20) : 2007-08 4. Molly Schaus (1.64) : 2008-09 4. Alison Quandt (2.72) : 2004-05

Save Percentage

1. Molly Schaus (.929) : 2006-07 2. Molly Schaus (.934) : 2008-09 3. Molly Schaus (.914) : 2007-08 4. Alison Quandt (.909) : 2005-06 5. Kiera Kingston (.924) : 2009-10 5. Alison Quandt (.901) : 2004-05

Power Play Points 1. Kelli Stack (12) : 2010-11 2. Mary Restuccia (8) : 2010-11

Power Play Goals 1. Kelli Stack (7) : 2010-11

Sarah Carlson

Hockey Humanitarian

Boston College senior defenseman Sarah Carlson was named the recipient of the Hockey Humanitarian Award prior to the 2005 NCAA Frozen Four. Carlson was the 10th recipient of the award which annually recognizes “college hockey’s finest citizen.” She was chosen from a group of five finalists consisting of both genders. During her four years at BC Carlson dedicated herself to improving the lives of others through community service. In the summer of 2004, Carlson traveled to Mexico where she assisted building a church and running a vacation bible school. She also volunteered at a handicap camp and worked with children, organized a sled hockey game fundraiser for disabled children and helped raise money for Boston Children’s Hospital through a dance marathon. Carlson spent her spring break in 2003 on an Urban Plunge, a mission trip to innercity Boston to help with an after-school program. That season the four-year member of the Dean’s List was recognized with the American Women’s Coaches Association Scholar All-America Award, in addition to receiving the first of her two Leadership Awards for the BC Women’s Hockey Team. While at the Heights, Carlson also participated in food and clothing drives, led Bible Study groups, and volunteered as a camp counselor. A two-time co-captain of the women’s ice hockey team, Carlson picked up 23 points during her career at the Heights. She was named to the Hockey East First Team and New England Hockey Writers Women’s Division I All-Star team as a senior. Carlson was the first student-athlete from Boston College to receive the Hockey Humanitarian Award.

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Heidi Anderson Kate Antos Claudia Asano Kate Ayotte

1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97

B

Melissa Barsz Brie Baskin Lindsey Bazzone Gabrielle Beaudry Melissa Bizzari Erin Blood Kristin Blundo Amber Bobin Blake Bolden Corinne Boyles Brittney Briggs Kristina Brown Jennifer Buckley Dru Burns Nicole Butler

1998-01 2005-09 2001-05 2006-08 2010-pr. 2004-08 2002-04 1998-01 2009-pr. 2009-pr. 2002-03 2009-pr. 1997-01 2009-pr. 1997-98

D

Carmela Daley Heather Daqui Lisa Davis Liz Dawson Nicole DeBlois Laura Dickman Danielle Doherty Tobin Dominick Beckie Duvall Christine Dziadul

1996-97 1994-95 2001-05 1994-97 1995-99 1996-98 2010-pr. 1994-96 1994-96 1998-99

F

Meghan Fardelmann Sarah Feldman Emily Field Jen Fischl Nicole Fortier

G

J

Tracy Johnson Jane Jorge

Kathleen Garvin Nancy Gillis Katie Godbout Elizabeth Grande Kristin Gray Andrea Green Alexandra Greene Jessica Griffin

2005-07 1994-95 1999-03 2005-09 2004-06 2011-pr. 2002-04 1999-02 1994-95 2003-06 1994-95 1996-98 1994-96 2009-pr. 1999-00 1998-00

Tracey LaBossiere Ashlan Lambert Heather Lane Kate Leary Jill Lewis Michelle Lombardi Heather Lombardo

2007-10 1998-00 1994-96 2006-08 2011-pr. 2009-pr. 1998-00 1998-03 2008-11 1994-95 2007-08 1998-02 2011-pr. 1995-96 2003-07 1997-00

M

Ryan MacLeod 1994-98 Erin Magee 1995-99 Meghan Mangene 2010-pr. Jessica Martino 2010-pr. Carroll McCaffrey 1995-99 Lauran McDermott 1996-97 Anna McDonald 2006-07 Sarah McGarrell 2000-04 Kaitlin McGrath 2000-04 Jill McInnis 2002-06 Kelly McManus 2000-02 Alli McNally 2001-02 Kim Meagher 2004-05 Kathleen Milbier 1997-98 Caroline Miller 1995-97, 98-99 Megan Miller 2011-pr. Lee-J Mirasolo 2004-08 Genevieve Missirlian 1995-99 Alexis Moed 2000-03 Lisa Molvar 1997-00 Ashley Motherwell 2009-pr. Amanda Movsessian 2010-pr. Christine Moynihan 2003-05 Laura Mueller 2003-04 Kim Murray 1994-95

N

Christy Nentwig Elizabeth Neylon Gena Nolin

O

P

Emily Pfalzer Trieste Pierandri Claudia Pietrucha

Q

Alison Quandt

R

K

Sarah Kearl Megan Keever Erin Kickham Kiera Kingston Emily Koren Jaclyn Kryzak Katelyn Kurth

1997-98 2003-04 2004-09 2009-11 2000-01 1998-99 2002-04

Elizabeth Olchowski Stephanie Olchowski Meaghan O’Neil

Kristin Regan Mary Restuccia Genevieve Richardson Stephanie Ridge Amanda Rothschild

2011-pr. 1996-98 1994-98 2002-06 2009-pr. 2009-pr. 1999-03 1996-98 2008-pr.

S

Kerri Sanders 2001-05 Kathleen Savino 1997-98 Molly Schaus 2007-09, 10-11 Megan Scully 2002-04 Rebecca Seaman 1997-99 Heidi Seidewand 2001-05 Meghan Shea 2009-pr. Michelle Snyder 1997-01 Deborah Spillane 2004-08 Kelli Stack 2007-09, 10-11 Mereith Stella 1994-96 Krystal Strassman 2004-06 Cristin Stuart 2004-08 Allison Szlosek 2009-pr.

T

Maggie Taverna Renee Taylor Allie Thunstrom Melissa Tower Laura Traynham Erin Tullock Jessica Tychsen

V

Sharon VanTuyl

W

Caitlin Walsh Taylor Wasylk Shannon Webster Rachel Wedig Danielle Welch Lauren Wiedmeier Jessica Wilson Lindsay Wright

Y

Jackie Young

Z

Becky Zavisza 1996-00 1998-99 1996-00 2009-pr. 2005-09 1994-95

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Captains 2011-12

Andrea Green Mary Restuccia Danielle Welch

2010-11

Katelyn Kurth Molly Schaus Kelli Stack

2009-10

Tracy Johnson Katelyn Kurth

2008-09

Colleen Harris Tracy Johnson Maggie Taverna

2007-08

Lee-J Mirasolo Deb Spillane Cristin Stuart

2006-07

Michelle Lombardi Deb Spillane

2005-06

Sarah Courtney Nancy Gillis Alison Quandt

2004-05

Sarah Carlson Kerri Sanders

2003-04

Sarah Carlson Kaitlin McGrath

2002-03

Sarah Engwall Jaclyn Kryzak Gen Richardson

2001-02 Melissa “Missy” Barsz Sarah Engwall Kelly McManus 1999-2000

Jen Buckley Gena Nolin

1998-99

Erin MaGee Carroll McCaffrey Genevieve Missirlian

1996-97

Laura Traynham

1995-96

Tobin Dominick Kristin Gray

all-time roster

Kristin Campbell 1997-00 Sarah Carlson 2001-05 Alex Carpenter 2011-pr. Amy Chase 1994-96 Kathryn Chubrilo 2001-04 Alaina Clark 2000-04 Heather Cohen 1999-00, 01-02 Sue Compson 1994-95 Thia Connolly 1999-03 Sarah Courtney 2002-06

Johanna Ellison Karen Emma Sarah Engwall

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1994-95 Head Coach: Tom O’Malley Record: 15-10-1 Overall (4-9-1 ECAC) October 30 November 5 at 6 at 10 13 16 at 18 20 22 at 30 at December 3 at 6 at 8 January 11 at 13 18 at 21 at 22 at 24 29 February 7 12 14 18 19 28

1996-97 Head Coach: Tom O’Malley Record: 9-20-1 Overall (4-17-1 ECAC)

Maine

W, 13-0

Cornell Colgate Northeastern Princeton Dartmouth Colgate RPI Brown Harvard

L, 2-3 (OT) W, 7-0 L, 2-5 L, 2-5 L, 1-5 W, 10-1 W, 7-1 L, 6-14 L, 0-2

Wesleyan Bowdoin New Hampshire

W, 8-0 W, 4-3 L, 1-8

Yale St. Lawrence Providence Colby Maine Bowdoin RIT

W, 1-0 W, 6-5 L, 1-2 T, 6-6 W, 12-2 W, 6-3 L, 3-4

Harvard ^ Vermont Boston Univ. ^ McGill Middlebury1 Wesleyan

L, 2-3 W, 7-0 W, 7-0 W, 6-2 W, 4-2 W, 10-1

1995-96 Head Coach: Tom O’Malley Record: 9-16-2 Overall (3-12-1 ECAC) November 15 at 18 19 22 December 3 at 6 at 8 10 January 6 7 10 13 at 14 at 19 at 24 at 27 at 30 February 3 4 6 10 at 11 at 13 17 18 22 24 at 25 at

Providence Colby New Hampshire Dartmouth

L, 2-8 L, 2-3 L, 2-7 L, 5-6

Brown Bowdoin Middlebury Yale

L, 1-7 W, 7-1 W, 4-3 T, 2-2 (OT)

Cornell St. Lawrence Colby Harvard Northeastern RPI Dartmouth Middlebury Wesleyan

L, 3-5 W, 10-5 L, 2-7 L, 4-6 T, 4-4 (OT) W, 14-1 L, 3-5 W, 5-2 W, 10-2

Northeastern Harvard Boston Univ. ^ St. Lawrence Cornell Northeastern ^ Brown Providence Bowdoin Princeton Yale

L, 1-4 L, 1-3 W, 9-0 W, 4-3 L, 1-3 L, 3-4 (OT) L, 2-3 L, 0-5 W, 8-1 L, 4-6 W, 3-0

November 16 at 17 at 23 at 24 27 December 4 7 28 28 29 January 4 5 8 at 11 at 12 at 18 19 27 February 1 at 2 at 8 at 9 at 11 15 16 22 23 at 25 March 1 2

Providence Brown Northeastern Harvard Dartmouth

L, 3-10 L, 0-9 L, 1-4 W, 7-2 L, 0-11

Dartmouth Wesleyan Middlebury Dartmouth2 Northeastern2

L, 1-3 W, 8-1 W, 5-3 L, 2-4 L, 2-7

New Hampshire Colby Bowdoin Yale Princeton St. Lawrence Cornell Northeastern ^

L, 1-10 L, 2-4 W, 2-0 W, 8-1 L, 2-3 W, 4-3 T, 3-3 (OT) L, 1-8

St. Lawrence Cornell New Hampshire Colby Boston Univ. ^ Yale Princeton Northeastern Harvard Bowdoin

W, 4-3 L, 2-9 L, 1-7 L, 3-7 W, 9-0 W, 5-0 L, 0-7 L, 0-3 L, 4-6 W, 4-1

Providence Brown

L, 2-4 L, 1-9

1997-98 Head Coach: Tom O’Malley Record: 10-22-1 Overall (4-17-1 ECAC) November 15 16 22 at 23 at 26 December 3 at 6 at 30 30 31 January 3 at 4 at 7 10 11 15 17 at 18 at 29 31 February 1 3 5 7 8 10 14 15 at 21 22 24 at 28 at March 1 at

Providence Brown Northeastern Harvard Dartmouth

L, 2-8 L, 1-11 L, 1-10 L, 1-3 L, 3-8

Dartmouth Wesleyan Middlebury2 Dartmouth2 Northeastern2

L, 4-6 W, 6-1 L, 1-5 L, 0-8 L, 0-8

New Hampshire Colby RPI Yale Princeton Minnesota St. Lawrence Cornell Bowdoin St. Lawrence

L, 0-8 L, 4-5 (OT) W, 13-2 T, 2-2 (OT) L, 2-6 L, 3-4 W, 4-3 (OT) L, 2-8 W, 8-0 L, 2-5

Cornell Harvard ^ Gustavus Adolphus New Hampshire Colby Boston Univ. ^ Yale Princeton Northeastern Harvard Bowdoin Providence

L, 1-6 L, 4-6 W, 10-1 L, 0-6 W, 3-1 W, 11-3 W, 4-2 L, 4-6 L, 1-11 L, 4-6 W, 6-0 L, 3-6

Brown

W, 4-2

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1998-99 Head Coach: Tom O’Malley Record: 8-22-2 Overall (4-20-2 ECAC) October 31 at November 1 at 7 8 20 at 21 at 24 December 2 at 4 6 18 19 January 2 at 3 at 15 at 16 at 19 22 at 23 at 29 30 February 2 4 9 12 13 20 21 27 at 28 at March 6 7

Niagara

L, 2-3 (OT)

Niagara Cornell St. Lawrence Brown Providence Dartmouth

L, 2-4 L, 2-6 W, 6-4 L, 2-9 L, 1-5 L, 3-6

Dartmouth Mankato State Mankato State Harvard Northeastern

T, 2-2 (OT) L, 2-5 W, 7-4 L, 1-7 L, 1-5

Yale Princeton Colby New Hampshire Wesleyan St. Lawrence Cornell Princeton Yale

T, 3-3 (OT) L, 2-6 W, 8-0 L, 1-5 W, 9-1 L, 4-5 L, 4-6 L, 2-5 W, 5-4 (OT)

Boston Univ. ^ Bowdoin Harvard ^ Maine Maine New Hampshire Colby Northeastern Harvard

W, 9-1 W, 7-1 L, 0-9 L, 2-6 L, 2-5 L, 3-16 W, 10-0 L, 1-9 L, 0-10

Providence Brown

L, 2-5 L, 0-7

1999-2000 Head Coach: Tom Babson Record: 6-22-2 Overall (1-21-2 ECAC) November 5 6 12 at 13 at 16 20 at 21 at

Cornell St. Lawrence Brown Harvard RPI Northeastern Providence

L, 1-4 L, 0-9 L, 0-9 L, 2-7 W, 8-0 L, 0-12 L, 3-4


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Dartmouth Niagara Niagara

L, 2-9 L, 1-5 L, 1-4

Vermont

W, 6-1

Dartmouth Princeton Yale Middlebury Wesleyan Maine New Hampshire Yale Princeton

L, 2-5 T, 2-2 (OT) L, 1-4 W, 4-3 W, 2-0 W, 2-1 L, 0-9 L, 0-2 L, 0-2

St. Lawrence Cornell Northeastern ^ Harvard Brown Boston Univ. ^ Bowdoin New Hampshire Maine

L, 0-6 L, 2-6 L, 0-7 L, 1-9 L, 0-11 W, 7-0 W, 5-2 L, 1-9 T, 2-2 (OT)

Providence Northeastern

L, 2-4 L, 1-6

October 12 31 November 4 at 5 at 11 at 12 at 18 19 25 26 29 at December 2 at 3 at 9 at 10 at 29 January 7 8 13 14 16 19 at 20 27 at 28 at 31 at February 3 4 6 13 17 at

Bemidji State Dartmouth

W, 6-5 L, 8-1

Maine New Hampshire Yale Princeton Brown Harvard St. Lawrence Cornell Providence

L, 6-0 L, 4-3 W, 2-0 L, 4-1 L, 7-0 L, 13-1 L, 6-1 L, 6-0 L, 4-0

Niagara Niagara Wisconsin Wisconsin Vermont

L, 3-0 L, 9-0 L, 8-1 L, 5-3 W, 3-0

U.S. National Team Providence3 New Hampshire Maine Middlebury Dartmouth Mercyhurst Cornell St. Lawrence Northeastern

L, 11-0 L, 4-3 L, 9-0 L, 5-0 W, 2-1 L, 8-3 W, 1-0 L, 5-3 L, 10-2 L, 7-2

Princeton Yale Harvard ^ Boston Univ. ^ Brown

L, 3-0 L, 7-4 L, 8-1 W, 5-0 L, 5-1

Bowdoin

L, 4-2

Northeastern Providence

L, 1-8 L, 1-4

2001-02 Head Coach: Tom Babson Record: 9-19-4 (5-13-3 ECAC) October 21 28 November 3 4 7 10 at 11 17 at 24 at 25 at December 1 at 4 at January 5 at 9 at 12 at 13 at 16 at 19 20 22 at 26 29 February 1 2 5 9 at 12 19 22 23 March 2 3 at 6 at

Vermont Connecticut

W, 3-0 L, 3-4

Niagara Niagara New Hampshire Northeastern Northeastern Dartmouth Princeton Yale

L, 1-2 L, 1-7 L, 0-3 L, 2-5 L, 1-2 L, 2-3 (OT) T, 3-3 W, 3-0

Niagara Harvard

L, 3-4 (OT) L, 0-5

Quinnipiac Maine Connecticut Connecticut Providence Yale Cornell5 Northeastern Wisconsin Bowdoin

W, 2-0 T, 3-3 T, 1-1 L, 1-4 L, 1-5 L, 2-3 (OT) W, 2-1 (OT) L, 1-2 L, 0-7 W, 4-1

Quinnipiac Quinnipiac Boston Univ. ^ New Hampshire Harvard ^ New Hampshire Maine Maine

W, 5-1 W, 5-0 W, 8-0 L, 0-1 L, 2-7 T, 3-3 W, 5-2 L, 3-5

Providence Providence Northeastern

L, 1-4 W, 1-0 L, 0-4

2002-03 Head Coach: Tom Babson Record: 12-17-3 (2-10-3 Hockey East) October 18 26 at 27 at November 1 3 10 at 12 17 24 at 29 December 1 7 at 30 January 3 4 7 11 at 12 at 14 18 at 21 24 at 25 at 28

VERMONT North Dakota North Dakota

L, 2-3 (OT) W, 5-2 L, 3-5

PROVIDENCE NORTHEASTERN Niagara Quinnipiac Rensselaer Yale Union

L, 1-4 T, 3-3 (OT) W, 6-0 W, 5-1 W, 6-0 W, 3-1 W, 6-1

Cornell PROVIDENCE CONNECTICUT

W, 4-1 L, 2-6 T, 1-1 (OT)

Yale Princeton Brown MAINE MAINE NEW HAMPSHIRE PROVIDENCE NORTHEASTERN Quinnipiac Quinnipiac Harvard

W, 3-2 (OT) L, 1-4 L, 2-6 T, 3-3 (OT) L, 0-6 L, 0-5 L, 1-7 L, 4-5 W, 2-0 W, 2-1 L, 2-17

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Northeastern ^ Niagara Harvard ^ CONNECTICUT CONNECTICUT MAINE NEW HAMPSHIRE

W, 3-2 W, 1-0 L, 0-7 L, 0-1(OT) W, 3-2 L, 0-4 L, 0-4

NEW HAMPSHIRE

L, 2-8

2003-04 Head Coach: Tom Mutch Record: 6-22-3 (1-18-1 Hockey East) October 26 30 November 2 8 at 9 14 15 22 at 23 26 at 30 at January 4 9 at 10 at 15 at 18 23 at 25 February 3 6 8 at 10 14 at 15 21 at 22 27 at 28 at March 4 6 at 10 13 at

Quinnipiac VERMONT

W, 3-1 L, 1-3

Union College Brown Yale MAINE MAINE CONNECTICUT CONNECTICUT NORTHEASTERN Princeton

W , 4-1 W , 3-1 L , 0-5 L , 2-3 L , 1-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L , 0-5 L , 0-8

Colgate Quinnipiac Quinnipiac Union NORTHEASTERN NEW HAMPSHIRE (8) NEW HAMPSHIRE (8)

T, 2-2 (OT) T, 2-2 (OT) W, 2-0 W, 5-3 L , 1-3 L, 0-7 L, 2-7

Harvard (3) ^ CONNECTICUT CONNECTICUT Boston Univ. ^ NORTHEASTERN NORTHEASTERN PROVIDENCE PROVIDENCE MAINE MAINE

L, 0-4 L, 3-4 T, 3-3 (OT) W, 7-1 L, 1-2 L, 1-2 L, 1-8 L, 2-5 L, 0-2 W, 5-2

NEW HAMPSHIRE (7) NEW HAMPSHIRE (7) PROVIDENCE PROVIDENCE

L, 2-5 L, 1-2 L, 1-6 L, 2-4

2004-05 Head Coach: Tom Mutch Record: 10-20-4 (6-11-3 Hockey East) October 16 17 23 at 24 29 at 30 at November 5 7 at

Wayne State Wayne State Quinnipiac NEW HAMPSHIRE Dartmouth VERMONT

L , 3-4 L, 3-4 L, 2-3 L, 1-6 L, 1-7 W, 3-1

CONNECTICUT CONNECTICUT

L, 1-4 L, 2-3

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MAINE MAINE NORTHEASTERN Quinnipiac

W, 3-2 T , 2-2 (OT) L, 2-4 W, 7-4

PROVIDENCE PROVIDENCE VERMONT Princeton

L, 0-2 L, 5-7 W, 3-0 L, 2-3 (OT)

Clarkson Clarkson NEW HAMPSHIRE (5) NORTHEASTERN NORTHEASTERN Mercyhurst (7) Mercyhurst (7)

W, 1-0 T, 1-1 (OT) T, 2-2 (OT) W, 4-3 L, 1-3 L, 1-4 L, 0-6

CONNECTICUT CONNECTICUT Boston Univ. ^ NORTHEASTERN Harvard (6)^ PROVIDENCE (10) PROVIDENCE MAINE MAINE

L, 1-4 W, 2-1 W, 9-1 T, 4-4 (OT) L, 1-6 W, 4-1 L, 2-4 W, 2-1 W, 5-2

NEW HAMPSHIRE (8) L, 2-10 NEW HAMPSHIRE (8) L, 1-2 PROVIDENCE* L, 1-9

2005-06 Head Coach: Tom Mutch Record: 20-11-4 (16-4-1 Hockey East) October 14 16 18 at 29 at 30 at November 4 at 5 8 12 at 19 22 at December 3 at 4 10 30 at 31 at January 2 9 at 12 13 16 at 17 21 22 at 28 February 4 7 at 11 at

Quinnipiac MAINE BOSTON UNIV. Princeton Niagara7

W, 4-3 (OT) W, 5-3 T, 3-3 (OT) T, 2-2 (OT) T, 1-1 (OT)

NEW HAMPSHIRE (5) NEW HAMPSHIRE (5) Dartmouth (8) Yale CONNECTICUT Quinnipiac

L, 4-0 W, 3-2 (OT) L, 2-3 T , 1-1 (OT) W, 2-1 L, 3-4

CONNECTICUT PROVIDENCE NORTHEASTERN Clarkson3 (10) Clarkson3 (10)

W, 6-1 L, 2-4 W, 5-4 L, 0-1 L, 1-2 (OT)

Yale NORTHEASTERN VERMONT VERMONT VERMONT NORTHEASTERN BOSTON UNIV. BOSTON UNIV. Mercyhurst (6)

L, 2-3 W, 2-1 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-1 W, 5-2 W, 2-1 L, 2-5

14 at 18 at 19 25 at 26 at March 4 5

Harvard (10)^ PROVIDENCE (9) PROVIDENCE (9) MAINE MAINE

W, 2-0 W, 4-1 W, 4-2 L, 1-4 W, 3-2

Providence* New Hampshire*

W, 3-1 L, 0-6

2007-08 Head Coach: Katie King Record: 14-13-7 (9-9-3 Hockey East)

2006-07 Head Coach: Tom Mutch Record: 24-10-2 (15-6 Hockey East) September 29 at October 7 15 at 20 21 27 at 29 at November 2 4 9 18 at 24 25 December 2 3 at 9 at 31 at January 5 6 9 12 at 13 at 19 at 20 27 28 February 3 at 6 (3OT) 10 13 17 at 18 24 March 3 10 (2OT) 16

Rensselaer

W, 2-1

Quinnipiac MAINE Princeton (9) Yale NEW HAMPSHIRE (1) NORTHEASTERN

W, 6-0 W, 5-3 T, 2-2 (OT) W, 3-1 L, 1-2 W, 7-4

NEW HAMPSHIRE (2) BOSTON UNIV. Brown CONNECTICUT Mercyhurst (3) Wayne State8

W, 7-2 W, 5-2 W, 3-2 W, 5-1 L, 0-4 W, 5-4

CONNECTICUT PROVIDENCE NORTHEASTERN Dartmouth (5)

L, 2-4 L, 2-3 W, 7-1 L, 1-2

St. Lawrence (6) Clarkson NORTHEASTERN VERMONT VERMONT BOSTON UNIV. BOSTON UNIV. VERMONT MAINE

T, 4-4 (OT) W, 5-0 W, 4-1 W, 7-0 W, 5-0 L, 1-3 W, 6-0 W, 4-1 W, 6-0

October 5 at 12 13 at 19 at 25 27 30 November 2 at 7 at 16 24 at 29 at December 1 6 at 8 at January 3 4 8 at 12 at 13 at 17 20 26 at February 1 2 5 at 9 12 16 at 17 at 22 at 23 29 March 1 at

Rensselear Colgate Quinnipiac Princeton NEW HAMPSHIRE (4) MAINE PROVIDENCE

W, 2-1 (OT) W, 3-0 W, 4-2 T, 2-2 (OT) L, 1-4 W, 3-2 L, 2-3

VERMONT NEW HAMPSHIRE (1) NORTHEASTERN Yale CONNECTICUT (9)

W, 3-1 L, 1-4 W, 4-2 T, 2-2 (OT) T, 2-2 (OT)

CONNECTICUT (9) BOSTON UNIV. NORTHEASTERN

W, 6-3 L, 2-3 L, 1-3

St. Lawrence (5) St. Lawrence (5) Harvard (3) Minnesota (5) Minnesota (5) NORTHEASTERN Dartmouth (9) CONNECTICUT (8)

L, 1-3 W, 5-2 L, 0-7 T, 2-2 (OT) L, 1-2 L, 2-3 T, 2-2 (OT) T, 3-3 (OT)

VERMONT VERMONT Boston Univ. ^ NEW HAMPSHIRE (2) Northeastern ^ MAINE MAINE BOSTON UNIV. BOSTON UNIV. PROVIDENCE

W, 4-0 W, 4-0 L, 1-3 L, 1-2 W, 2-1 L, 1-2 W, 2-1 (OT) W, 4-0 L, 1-4 W, 4-2

PROVIDENCE

T, 2-2 (OT)

NEW HAMPSHIRE (5) L, 2-4 Harvard (6)^ W, 4-3 CONNECTICUT Boston Univ. ^ PROVIDENCE PROVIDENCE MAINE

L, 2-3 W, 6-1 W, 6-2 W, 6-2 W, 4-0

Providence* Dartmouth (3)!

L, 2-3 W, 3-2

Minn.-Duluth (8)&

L, 3-4 (2OT)

2008-09 Head Coach: Katie King Record: 22-9-5 (14-6-3 Hockey East) October 4 5 8 at 11 25 at

NEW HAMPSHIRE (2) L, 1-6 Northeastern ^ W, 4-3 (OT) CONNECTICUT W, 4-0

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W, 2-0 T, 4-4 T, 2-2 W, 5-2 W, 3-1


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W, 4-0 W, 4-1

NORTHEASTERN Dartmouth (5) CONNECTICUT MAINE CONNECTICUT BOSTON UNIV. Princeton NORTHEASTERN

W, 5-0 L, 0-4 W, 3-2 L, 3-5 W, 2-0 L, 1-4 T, 4-4 W, 2-0

CONNECTICUT BOSTON UNIV. (6)

L, 1-2 W, 5-0

Colgate @ Yale @ St. Lawrence (5) @ St. Lawrence (5) @ NORTHEASTERN VERMONT VERMONT NEW HAMPSHIRE (7) NEW HAMPSHIRE (7)

W, 3-1 W, 1-0 (OT) L, 2-4 W, 4-1 W, 4-2 W, 5-0 W, 5-0 L, 2-4 L, 2-5

Northeastern ^ MAINE MAINE Harvard ^ BOSTON UNIV. PROVIDENCE PROVIDENCE

W, 3-1 W, 2-0 W, 6-2 W, 1-0 T, 3-3 W, 5-1 T, 1-1

Boston Univ. (10) * New Hampshire (5)* Minnesota (2)!

W, 3-2 L, 1-2 L, 3-4

@ Courtney Kennedy served as Head Coach

2009-10 Head Coach: Katie King Record: 8-17-10 (7-10-4 Hockey East) October 2 at 3 at 9 10 13 16 18 November 2 at 6 7 14 at 15 18 20 at 27 28 December 4 8 11 January 9 11 at 14 15 19 at 23 at 24 27 at February 2 at 6 at 9 12 at 13 at 20 at 21 28 at

Clarkson Clarkson Syracuse Colgate NORTHEASTERN Quinnipiac MAINE

L, 1-5 T, 1-1 (OT) T, 3-3 (OT) W, 5-3 L, 2-3 T, 1-1 (OT) T, 1-1 (OT)

BOSTON UNIV. (8) VERMONT VERMONT CONNECTICUT CONNECTICUT BOSTON UNIV. (8) VERMONT Minnesota-Duluth (5) Minnesota-Duluth (5)

W, 2-1 W, 3-0 L, 1-5 T, 0-0 (OT) W, 4-0 L, 0-4 T, 3-3 (OT) L, 0-3 L, 1-5

NORTHEASTERN (8) W, 3-2 (OT) NEW HAMPSHIRE (4) L, 0-4 PROVIDENCE T, 2-2 (OT) Yale NORTHEASTERN (9) St. Lawrence St. Lawrence BOSTON UNIV. PROVIDENCE (9) PROVIDENCE (9) Dartmouth

T, 3-3 (OT) L, 4-7 T, 3-3 (OT) L, 0-4 L, 1-3 L, 1-2 (OT) L, 3-6 L, 3-6

Harvard (6)^ CONNECTICUT (8) Boston Univ.^ MAINE MAINE NEW HAMPSHIRE (4) NEW HAMPSHIRE (4) Boston University*

L, 0-5 L, 1-3 T, 1-1 (OT) W, 3-2 W, 4-1 W, 2-1 L, 1-4 L, 1-3

Milestone Wins 1- 50 - 100 - 150 - 200 -

def. Maine, 13-0, Oct. 30, 1994 def. Bowdoin, 7-1, Feb. 4, 1999 def. Providence, 4-1, Feb. 19, 2005 def. Maine, 3-2, Oct. 27, 2007 def. New Hampshire, 3-1, Nov. 28, 2010

First Beanpot Title

Feb. 14, 2006 - def. Harvard, 2-0

First Hockey East Win

Feb. 16, 2003 - def. Connecticut, 3-2

2010-11 Head Coach: Katie King Crowley Record: 24-7-6 (13-4-4 Hockey East) October 8 at 9 at 15 at 16 at 22 at 24 31 November 3 at 7 12 at 13 at 20 at 21 24 28 at December 5 31 at January 3 at 8 at 15 16 at 21 at 28 30 February 4 6 at 8 11 12 15 19 20 at March 5 vs. 6 vs. 12 18 vs.

First Hockey East Tournament Championship March 6, 2011 - def. Northeastern, 3-1

First NCAA Tournament Win Colgate Syracuse VERMONT VERMONT Quinnipiac Brown UCONN

W, 4-0 W, 5-2 W, 3-0 W, 4-1 T, 3-3 W, 5-2 W, 3-0

NORTHEASTERN VERMONT St. Lawrence St. Lawrence BOSTON UNIV. (5) BOSTON UNIV. (5) Dartmouth NEW HAMPSHIRE

W, 3-1 T, 2-2 L, 3-7 T, 1-1 W, 6-3 L, 0-1 W, 4-2 W, 3-1

Harvard Princeton

W, 6-2 L, 0-3

Yale MAINE BOSTON UNIV. (3) NORTHEASTERN (10) PROVIDENCE PROVIDENCE (9) NORTHEASTERN

W, 3-1 W, 6-1 L, 0-4 W, 4-1 L, 1-3 W, 3-1 W, 2-1

UCONN PROVIDENCE Boston Univ. (3)^ MAINE MAINE Harvard^ NEW HAMPSHIRE NEW HAMPSHIRE

W, 3-2 W, 4-2 W, 2-1 T, 1-1 L, 3-4 W, 2-1 T, 0-0 W, 2-1

Providence* Northeastern* Minnesota (3)! Wisconsin (1)&

W, 3-2 W, 3-1 W, 4-1 L, 2-3

OCKEY EAST GAME H ^ Beanpot * Hockey East Tournament ! NCAA Tournament & NCAA Frozen Four (#) National Ranking

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March 10, 2007 - def. Dartmouth, 3-2 (2OT)

Record vs. Ranked Teams (since 2003-04) Team W-L-T Boston University 5-3-0 Clarkson 0-2-0 Connecticut 1-1-2 Dartmouth 1-2-1 Harvard 2-4-0 Mercyhurst 0-4-0 Minnesota 1-2-1 Minnesota-Duluth 0-3-0 New Hampshire 3-17-2 Northeastern 2-1-0 Princeton 0-0-1 Providence 4-2-0 St. Lawrence 2-2-1 Wisconsin 0-1-0 Total 21-44-8 By Ranking No.1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 No. 8 No. 9 No. 10 Total

W-L-T 0-3-0 1-3-0 3-4-0 1-3-2 4-10-2 2-3-0 0-6-0 2-7-1 4-3-3 4-2-0 21-44-8

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all-time records

ALL-TIME RECORDS Regular Season Tournaments Under Overall Home Away Neutral Beanpot Hockey East NCAA Katie King Crowley W-L-T W-L-T W-L-T W-L-T W-L-T W-L W-L W-L-T Boston Univ. 9-8-2 4-5-1 5-3-1 0-0-0 12-1-1 1-1 --- 6-9-2 Connecticut 11-12-7 7-5-1 4-7-6 0-0-0 --- --- --- 6-3-2 Maine 20-14-6 10-8-2 10-6-4 0-0-0 --- --- --- 7-3-2 New Hampshire 5-35-3 2-19-2 3-16-1 0-0-0 --- 0-2 --- 3-8-2 Northeastern 15-27-4 8-13-2 7-14-2 0-2-0 4-3 1-0 --- 11-4-0 Providence 11-31-3 4-16-2 7-15-1 0-0-0 --- 2-1 --- 6-4-3 Vermont 21-3-2 12-3-1 9-0-1 0-0-0 --- --- --- 9-1-2 Bemidji St. 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 --- --- --- --Bowdoin 10-1-0 5-1-0 5-0-0 0-0-0 --- --- --- --Brown 4-13-0 2-7-0 2-6-0 0-0-0 --- --- --- 1-0-0 Clarkson 3-1-3 2-0-1 1-1-2 0-0-0 --- --- --- 1-1-2 Cornell 1-12-1 1-4-1 0-8-0 1-0-0 --- --- --- --Colby 3-5-1 2-3-0 1-2-1 0-0-0 --- --- --- --Colgate 6-0-1 3-0-1 3-0-0 0-0-0 --- --- --- 3-0-0 Dartmouth 1-19-2 1-8-1 0-11-1 0-1-0 --- --- 1-0 1-2-1 Gustav Adophus 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 --- --- --- --Harvard 3-14-0 3-6-0 0-8-0 0-0-0 4-8 --- --- 3-2-0 Mankato St. 1-1-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 --- --- --- --McGill 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 --- --- --- --Mercyhurst 1-4-0 1-2-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 --- --- --- --Middlebury 6-0-0 4-0-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 --- --- --- --Minnesota 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 --- --- 1-2 1-2-1 Minnesota-Duluth 0-2-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 --- --- 0-1 0-2-0 Niagara 2-9-1 1-4-0 1-5-1 0-0-0 --- --- --- --North Dakota 1-1-0 0-0-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 --- --- --- --Princeton 0-15-6 0-7-2 0-8-4 0-0-0 --- --- --- 0-1-2 Quinnipiac 14-2-3 9-0-1 5-2-2 0-0-0 --- --- --- 2-0-2 Renessalaer 4-0-0 2-0-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 --- --- --- 2-0-0 RIT 1-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 --- --- --- --RPI 3-1-0 3-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 --- --- --- --St. Lawrence 9-10-3 5-4-2 4-6-1 0-0-0 --- --- --- 1-3-2 Syracuse 1-0-1 0-0-1 1-0-0 0-0-0 --- --- --- 1-0-1 Union 3-1-0 2-1-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 --- --- --- --Wayne St. 0-2-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 --- --- --- --Wesleyan 7-0-0 4-0-0 3-0-0 0-0-0 --- --- --- --Wisconsin 0-3-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 --- --- 0-1 0-1-0 Yale 13-6-6 6-5-3 7-1-3 0-0-0 --- --- --- 1-0-2

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Season Overall Record Conference Record 2010-11 24-7-6 13-4-4 2009-10 8-17-10 7-10-4 2008-09 19-8-5 14-6-3 3-1-0 2007-08 14-13-7 9-9-3 2006-07 24-10-2 15-6-0 2005-06 20-11-4 16-4-1 2004-05 10-20-4 6-11-3 2003-04 6-22-3 1-18-1 2002-03 12-17-3 2-10-3 2001-02 9-19-4 5-13-3 2000-01 6-26-0 1-23-0 1999-2000 6-22-2 1-21-2 1998-99 8-22-2 4-20-2 1997-98 10-22-1 4-17-1 1996-97 9-20-1 4-17-1 1995-96 9-16-2 3-12-1 1994-95 15-10-1 4-9-1 Total: 212-282-56 109-210-33 Since 2002: 140-125-44 83-78-22

Head Coach Coaching Record (Conf.) Katie King Crowley 68-45-28 (43-29-14 HE) Katie King Crowley Katie King Crowley Courtney Kennedy Katie King Crowley Tom Mulch 60-63-13 (38-39-5 HE) Tom Mulch Tom Mulch Tom Mulch Tom Babson 33-84-9 (9-67-8 HE/ECAC) Tom Babson Tom Babson Tom Babson Tom O’Malley 51-90-6 (19-75-6 ECAC) Tom O’Malley Tom O’Malley Tom O’Malley Tom O’Malley

Boston College was a founding member of the Hockey East Association in 2002.

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Women’s Beanpot Through the Years

Year Round Teams 1978-79 Final Northeastern def. Boston Univ., 3-1 1979-80 Final Northeastern def. Harvard 1, 7-1 1980-81 Final Boston Univ. def. Boston College, 4-0 1981-82 Final Harvard def. Boston Univ., 2-1 1982-83 Final Harvard def. Northeastern, 2-1 1983-84 Final Northeastern def. Harvard, 12-0 1984-85 Final Northeastern def. Boston College, 7-0 1985-86 Final Northeastern def. Harvard, 7-0 1986-87 Final Northeastern def. Harvard, 7-1 1987-88 Final Northeastern def. Harvard, 5-1 1988-89 Final Northeastern def. Harvard, 9-0 1989-90 Final Northeastern def. Harvard, 3-2 1990-91 Final Northeastern def. Harvard, 2-1 1991-92 Final Harvard def. Northeastern, 3-0 1992-93 Final Brown def. Northeastern, 4-0 1993-94 Final Northeastern def. Harvard, 6-2 1994-95 First Harvard def. Boston College, 3-2 Consol. Boston College def. Boston Univ., 7-0 Final Harvard def. Northeastern, 3-2 1995-96 First Boston College def. Boston Univ., 9-0 Final Northeastern def. Boston College, 4-3 (OT) 1996-97 First Northeastern def. Boston College, 8-1 Consol. Boston College def. Boston Univ., 9-0 Final Northeastern def. Harvard, 8-1 1997-98 First Harvard def. Boston College, 6-4 Consol. Boston College def. Boston Univ., 11-3 Final Northeastern def. Harvard, 5-4

Year Round Teams 1998-99 First Boston College def. Boston Univ., 9-1 Final Harvard def. Boston College, 9-0 1999-00 First Northeastern def. Boston College, 7-0 Consol. Boston College def. Boston Univ., 7-0 2000-01 First Harvard def. Boston College, 8-1 Consol. Boston College def. Boston Univ., 5-0 2001-02 First Boston College def. Boston Univ., 8-0 Final Harvard def. Boston College, 7-2 2002-03 First Boston College def. Northeastern, 3-2 Final Harvard def. Boston College, 7-0 2003-04 First Harvard def. Boston College, 4-0 Consol. Boston College def. Boston Univ., 7-1 2004-05 First Boston College def. Boston Univ., 9-1 Final Harvard def. Boston College, 6-1 2005-06 First Boston College def. Northeastern, 4-3 Final Boston College def. Harvard, 2-0 2006-07 First Boston College def. Harvard, 4-3 Final Boston College def. Boston Univ., 6-1 2007-08 First Boston Univ. def. Boston College, 3-1 Consol. Boston College def. Northeastern, 2-1 2008-09 First Boston College def. Northeastern, 3-1 Final Boston College def. Harvard, 1-0 2009-10 First Harvard def. Boston College, 5-0 Consol. Boston College tied Boston Univ., 1-1 2010-11 First Boston College def. Boston Univ., 2-1 Final Boston College def. Harvard, 3-1 45

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Boston College captured its fourth Beanpot in six seasons last year. (:eft) Molly Schaus accepts her second straight Joe Bertagna Award, presented annually to the tournament’s Most Outstanding Goaltender. (Right) Mary Restuccia receives the Most Valuable Player Award from the commissioner himself.


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Molly schaus

Kelli Stack

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2011-12 women’s ice Hockey Media Guide POINTS

PTS (G-A) 1. 209 (98-111) 2. 198 (116-82) 3. 165 (104-61) 4. 140 (87-53) 5. 134 (60-74) 6. 125 (56-69) 7. 101 (39-62) 8. 99 (56-43) 9. 96 (46-50) 10. 86 (34-52)

Player (Yrs.) GP Kelli Stack (06-11)* 141 Erin Magee (1995-99) 117 Jennifer Buckley (97-01) 125 Allie Thunstrom (06-10) 141 Deborah Spillane (04-08) 133 Laura Traynham (94-97) 83 Kelly McManus (98-02)* 122 Meghan Fardelmann (05-09) 137 Becky Zavisza (05-09) 137 Mary Restuccia (08-pr.) 105

ALL 50-PLUS POINT SCORERS

PTS (G-A) 83 (29-54) 75 (13-62) 75 (30-45) 67 (15-52) 62 (31-31) 60 (30-30)

Player (Yrs.) GP Genevieve Missirlian (95-99) 117 Carroll McCaffrey (95-99) 118 Gena Nolin (96-00) 122 Maggie Taverna (05-09) 141 Danielle Welch (08-pr.) 108 Sarah Feldman (04-06) 69

POINTS PER GAME

Player (Yrs.) GP Laura Traynham (94-97) 83 Kelli Stack (06-11)* 141 Erin Magee (1995-99) 117 Jennifer Buckley (97-01) 125 Deborah Spillane (04-08) 133 Allie Thunstrom (06-10) 141 Sarah Feldman (04-06) 69 Kelly McManus (98-02)* 122 Meghan Fardelmann (05-09) 137 Becky Zavisza (05-09) 137

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

Player (Yrs.) GP Erin Magee (95-99) 117 Jennifer Buckley (97-01) 125 Kelli Stack (06-11)* 141 Allie Thunstrom (06-10) 106 Deborah Spillane (04-08) 133 Laura Traynham (94-97) 83 Meghan Fardelmann (05-09) 135 Becky Zavisza (05-09) 135 Kelly McManus (98-02)* 122 Mary Restuccia (08-pr.) 105

GOALS

G 116 104 98 86 60 56 56 46 39 34

GOALS PER GAME GPG 1. 0.99 2. 0.83 3. 0.81 4. 0.70 5. 0.67 6. 0.45 7. 0.43 8. 0.41 9. 0.34 10. 0.32

ASSISTS

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

A 111 82 74 69 62 62 61 54 52 52

(G) (116) (104) (86) (98) (56) (60) (30) (56) (46) (39)

Player (Yrs.) GP Erin Magee (95-99) 117 Jennifer Buckley (97-01) 125 Allie Thunstrom (06-10) 106 Kelli Stack (06-11)* 141 Laura Traynham (94-97) 83 Deborah Spillane (04-08) 133 Sarah Feldman (04-06) 69 Meghan Fardelmann (05-09) 135 Becky Zavisza (05-09) 135 Kelly McManus (98-02)* 122

Player (Yrs.) GP Kelli Stack (06-11)* 141 Erin Magee (95-99) 117 Deborah Spillane (04-08) 133 Laura Traynham (94-97) 83 Kelly McManus (98-02)* 122 Carroll McCaffrey (95-99) 121 Jennifer Buckley (97-01) 125 Genevieve Missirlian (95-99) 117 Mary Restuccia (08-pr.) 105 Maggie Taverna (05-09) 141

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

APG 0.83 0.79 0.70 0.56 0.51 0.51 0.49 0.46 0.37 0.37

(A) (69) (111) (82) (74) (62) (62) (61) (54) (45) (52)

Player (Yrs.) GP Laura Traynham (94-97) 83 Kelli Stack (06-11)* 141 Erin Magee (95-99) 117 Deborah Spillane (04-08) 133 Kelly McManus (98-02)* 122 Carroll McCaffrey (95-99) 121 Jennifer Buckley (97-01) 125 Genevieve Missirlian (95-99) 117 Gena Nolin (96-00) 122 Maggie Taverna (05-09) 141

POWER PLAY GOALS (since 2003)

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10. 10.

PPG 24 19 16 15 15 14 10 9 9 8 8

Player (Yrs.) GP Kelli Stack (06-11)* 141 Deb Spillane (04-07) 133 Meghan Fardelmann (05-08) 135 Allie Thunstrom (06-09) 141 Sarah Feldman (04-05) 69 Becky Zavisza (05-08) 137 Mary Restuccia (08-pr.) 105 Blake Bolden (09-pr.) 65 Maggie Taverna (05-08) 141 Kerri Sanders (03-04) Colleen Harris (04-08)

SHORT-HANDED GOALS (since 2003)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 5. 5. 9. 9. 9. 9.

PPG 12 11 4 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1

Player (Yrs.) GP Allie Thunstrom (06-09) 141 Kelli Stack (06-11)* 141 Meghan Fardelmann (05-08) 135 Maggie Taverna (05-08) 141 Deb Spillane (04-07) 133 Sarah Feldman (04-05) 69 Anna McDonald (06) Mary Restuccia (08-pr.) 105 Becky Zavisza (05-08) 137 Jill McInnis (03-05) Sarah Carlson (03-04) Nancy Gillis (03-05)

GAME WINNING GOALS (since 2003)

1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 6. 6. 8. 8. 8.

GWG 22 13 10 10 9 7 7 4 4 4

1. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 7. 7.

HT 11 4 4 4 4 4 3 3

HAT TRICKS

Player (Yrs.) GP Kelli Stack (06-11)* 141 Allie Thunstrom (06-09) 141 Deb Spillane (04-07) 133 Danielle Welch (08-pr.) 108 Becky Zavisza (05-08) 137 Meghan Fardelmann (05-08) 135 Mary Restuccia (08-pr.) 105 Sarah Feldman (04-05) 69 Taylor Wasylk (10-pr.) 35 Maggie Taverna (05-08) 141 Player (Yrs.) GP Erin Magee (95-99) 117 Laura Traynham (94-97) 83 Genevieve Missirlian (95-99) 117 Lisa Molvar (97-00) Jennifer Buckley (97-01) 125 Kelli Stack (06-11)* 141 Karen Emma (94-95) Kate Antos (94-95)

PLUS/MINUS (since 2003)

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

+/- 112 69 69 61 52 48 42 30

Player (Yrs.) GP Kelli Stack (06-11)* 141 Meghan Fardelmann (05-08) 35 Maggie Taverna (05-08) 141 Allie Thunstrom (06-09) 141 Stephanie Olchowski (05-08) Deb Spillane (04-07) 133 Katelyn Kurth (07-10) 141 Bechy Zavisza (05-08) 137

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

SV 3428 2687 2347 1485 1233 1118 644 516

Player (Yrs.) Molly Schaus (06-11)* Christy Nentwig (96-00) Lisa Davis (01-05) Alison Quandt (02-06) Kristin Gray (94-96) Sharon VanTuyl (98-02) Corinne Boyles (09-pr.) Kiera Kingston (08-pr.)

GP 134 86 87 68 40 47 24 23

SAVE PERCENTAGE (MIN. 500 SAVES)

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

Pct. .934 .897 .891 .880 .876 .871 .822

(GA/SVS) Player (Yrs.) (244/3428) Molly Schaus (06-11)* (259/2347) Lisa Davis (01-05) (181/1485) Alison Quandt (02-06) (163/1233) Kristen Gray (94-96) (382/2687) Christy Nentwig (96-00) (86/581) Laura Dickman (96-98) (175/809) Sharon VanTuyl (98-01)

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (MIN. 1000 MINUTES)

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

GAA 1.81 2.82 3.30 4.29 4.35 4.81 5.28

(GA/MIN) Player (Yrs.) (196/6096) Molly Schaus (06-11)* (181/3840) Alison Quandt (02-06) (259/4942) Lisa Davis (01-05) (163/2282) Kristen Gray (94-96) (86/1187) Laura Dickman (96-98) (175/2185) Sharon VanTuyl (98-01) (382/4344) Christy Nentwig (96-00)

SHUTOUTS (since 2003)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

SO 21 6 5 4 2 1

WINS

Record 1. 80-36-18 2. 28-21-7 3. 21-52-9 4. 17-54-4 5. 12-24-3 6. 9-5-1 7. 8-12-0 8. 7-3-2 9. 5-10-7 10. 3-10-5

Player (Yrs.) Molly Schaus (06-09) Lisa Davis (03-04) Alison Quandt (03-06) Johanna Ellison (05-06) Kiera Kingston (08-pr.) Corinne Boyles (09-pr.) Player (Yrs.) GP Molly Schaus (06-11)* 134 Alison Quandt (02-06) 68 Lisa Davis (01-05) 87 Christy Nentwig (96-00) 86 Kristin Gray (94-96) 40 Claudine Pietrucha (94-98) 19 Laura Dickman (96-98) 24 Johanna Ellison (05-??) 13 Corinne Boyles (09-pr.) 24 Kiera Kington (08-pr.) 23

WIN PERCENTAGE (MIN. 20 GP)^ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Pct. Record .664 80-36-18 .563 28-21-7 .400 8-12-0 .346 12-24-3 .311 21-52-9 .253 17-54-4

MINUTES IN GOAL 1. 3. 7. 2. 4. 6. 5.

MIN. 8086 4942 4344 3840 2282 2185 1187

Player (Yrs.) GP Molly Schaus (06-11)* 134 Alison Quandt (02-06) 68 Laura Dickman (96-98) 24 Kristin Gray (94-96) 40 Lisa Davis (01-05) 87 Christy Nentwig (96-00) 86

(GP) Player (Yrs.) (134) Molly Schaus (06-11)* (87) Lisa Davis (01-05) (86) Christy Nentwig (96-00) (68) Alison Quandt (02-06) (40) Kristen Gray (94-96) (47) Sharon VanTuyl (98-01) (24) Laura Dickman (96-98)

career records

PPG (PTS) 1. 1.51 (125) 2. 1.48 (209) 3. 1.40 (198) 4. 1.32 (165) 5. 1.01 (134) 6. 0.99 (140) 7. 0.87 (60) 8. 0.83 (101) 9. 0.72 (99) 10. 0.70 (96)

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2011-12 women’s ice Hockey Media Guide Individual Records POINTS

PTS (G-A) 1. 64 (25-39) 2. 59 (23-36) 3. 58 (36-22) 4. 55 (32-23) 5. 54 (17-37) 6. 52 (27-25) 7. 48 (33-15) 7. 48 (26-22) 9. 47 (23-24) 10. 47 (30-17)

Player (Yr.) Erin Magee (95-96) Kelli Stack (08-09) Kelli Stack (10-11) Erin Magee (96-97) Kelli Stack (06-07) Kate Antos (94-95) Karen Emma (94-95) Laura Traynham (96-97) Jen Buckley (97-98) Allie Thunstrom (06-07)

5. 0.97 6. 0.87 7. 0.83 8. 0.80 9. 0.66 10. 0.65

GP 27 36 37 27 36 26 26 30 33 36

ASSISTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 7. 7. 9. 9. 9. 9.

single-season records

ALL 30-PLUS POINT SCORERS PTS (G-A) 44 (21-23) 44 (17-27) 42 (19-23) 41 (24-17) 40 (19-21) 39 (11-28) 38 (21-17) 38 (22-16) 38 (24-14) 37 (16-21) 37 (14-23) 36 (19-17) 35 (17-18) 34 (17-17) 33 (11-22) 33 (12-21) 32 (17-15) 32 (14-18) 30 (11-22)

Player (Yr.) GP Laura Traynham (95-96) 27 Kathleen Savino (98-99) 33 Allie Thunstrom (08-09) 36 Erin Magee (98-99) 30 Bechy Zavisza (06-07) 36 Mary Restuccia (10-11) 37 Erin Magee (97-98) 33 Kelli Stack (07-08) 34 Meghan Fardelmann (06-07) Jennifer Buckley (98-99) 31 Claudia Asano (95-96) 27 Deb Spillane (04-05) Deb Spillane (05-06) Kelly McManus (01-02) 32 Deb Spillane (07-08) 34 Anna McDonald (06-07) Genevieve Missirlian 30 Sarah Feldman (05-06) Deb Spillane (07-08)

POINTS PER GAME PPG 1. 2.37 2. 2.04 3. 2.00 4. 1.85 5. 1.64 6. 1.63 7. 1.60 8. 1.57 8. 1.57 9. 1.50 10. 1.37

GOALS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10. 10.

(PTS) Player (Yr.) (64) Erin Magee (95-96) (55) Erin Magee (96-97) (52) Kate Antos (94-95) (48) Karen Emma (94-95) (59) Kelli Stack (08-09) (44) Laura Traynham (95-96) (48) Laura Traynham (96-97) (47) Jen Buckely (97-98) (58) Kelli Stack (10-11) (54) Kelli Stack (06-07) (41) Erin Magee (98-99)

G 39 36 33 32 30 27 26 24 24 23 23

22 22 21

Kelli Stack (07-08) Allie Thunstrom (09-10) Erin Magee (97-98)

GOALS PER GAME 1. 2. 3. 4.

GPG 1.44 1.27 1.19 1.04

(G) (39) (33) (32) (27)

Player (Yr.) Erin Magee (95-96) Karen Emma (94-95) Erin Magee (96-97) Kate Antos (94-95)

A 37 36 28 27 25 25 24 24 23 23 23 23

Kelli Stack (10-11) Laura Traynham (96-97) Allie Thunstrom (06-07) Erin Magee (98-99) Meghan Fardelmann (06-07) Kelli Stack (07-08) Player (Yr.) Kelli Stack (06-07) Kelli Stack (08-09) Mary Restuccia (10-11) Kathleen Savino (97-98) Kate Antos (94-95) Erin Magee (95-96) Laura Traynham (94-95) Jennifer Buckley (98-99) Claudio Asano (95-96) Erin Magee (96-97) Laura Traynham (95-96) Allie Thunstrom (08-09)

GP 36 36 37 33 26 27 26 33 27 27 27 36

ALL 20-PLUS ASSISTS A 22 22 22 22 22 21 21 21

Player (Yr.) GP Kelli Stack (10-11) 37 Carroll McCaffrey (97-98) 33 Heidi Anderson (94-95) 26 Laura Traynham (96-97) 30 Deb Spillane (07-08) 34 Jennifer Buckley (98-99) 31 Anna McDonald (06-07) Becky Zavisza (06-07)

1. 2. 2. 4. 4. 4. 4. 8. 8. 8. 8.

Player (Yr.) Deb Spillane (04-05) Sarah Feldman (04-05) Becky Zavisza (06-07) Blake Bolden (10-11) Sarah Feldman (05-06) Meghan Fardelmann (06-07) Kelli Stack (08-09) Meghan Fardelmann (08-09) Colleen Harris (04-05) Kelli Stack (10-11) Kelli Stack (07-08)

POWER PLAY GOALS (since 2003)

GP 27 27 26 26 36 27 30 33 37 36 30

Player (Yr.) GP Erin Magee (95-96) 27 Kelli Stack (10-11) 37 Karen Emma (94-95) 26 Erin Magee (96-97) 27 Allie Thunstrom (06-07) 36 Kate Antos (94-95) 26 Laura Traynham (96-97) 30 Erin Magee (98-99) 30 Meghan Fardelmann (06-07) 36 Kelli Stack (08-09) 36 Jennifer Buckley (97-98) 33

ALL 20-PLUS GOALS SCORERS

(36) (26) (30) (24) (24) (22)

34 35 33 GP 27 26 27 26

PPG 12 8 8 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6

SHORT-HANDED GOALS (since 2003)

1. 2. 2. 2. 2. 6. 6. 6. 6. 6.

PPG 6 4 4 4 4 2 2 2 2 2

Player (Yr.) Allie Thunstrom (06-07) Meghan Fardelmann (06-07) Kelli Stack (10-11) Kelli Stack (08-09) Allie Thunstrom (08-09) Erin Magee (98-99) Kelli Stack (07-08) Allie Thunstrom (07-08) Maggie Taverna (05-06) Anna McDonald (06-07)

GAME WINNING GOALS (since 2003)

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4.

GWG 8 6 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Player (Yr.) Kelli Stack (10-11) Kelli Stack (08-09) Meghan Fardelmann (06-07) Deborah Spillane (05-06) Kelli Stack (06-07) Mary Restuccia (10-11) Kelli Stack (07-08) Allie Thunstrom (07-08) Allie Thunstrom (06-07) Danielle Welch (08-09) Taylor Wasylk (10-11)

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37 30 36 30 36 34

HAT TRICKS

1. 1. 3. 4. 4. 4. 4. 8. 9. 9. 9.

HT 5 5 4 3 3 3 3 2 1 1 1

Player (Yr.) Erin Magee (95-96) Jennifer Buckley (00-01) Erin Magee (98-99) Karen Emma (94-95) Kate Antos (94-95) Genevieve Missirlian (97-98) Kelli Stack (10-11) Missy Barsz (00-01) Kelli Stack (08-09) Danielle Welch (10-11) Erin Magee (97-98)

PLUS/MINUS RATING (since 2003) 1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 6. 6. 6. 6. 6.

+/- 33 31 29 29 28 26 26 26 26 26

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

SVS 920 866 859 781 778 861 747 740 717 644

Player (Yrs.) GP Kelli Stack (08-09) Kelli Stack (10-11) 36 Allie Thunstrom (06-07) Maggie Taverna (06-07) Meghan Fardelmann (06-07) Allie Thunstrom (08-09) Kelli Stack (06-07) Danielle Welch (10-11) 37 Anna McDonald (06-07) Deb Spillane (07-08) 34 Player (Yr.) Molly Schaus (07-08) Molly Schaus (06-07) Lisa Davis (01-02) Molly Schaus (10-11) Christy Nentwig (96-97) Molly Schaus (08-09) Kristin Gray (95-96) Christy Nentwig (98-99) Lisa Davis (03-04) Corinne Boyles (09-10)

ALL 600-PLUS SAVE SEASONS

GP 34 32 30 33 20 35 26 24 25 24

604

Christy Nentwig (97-98)

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

(GA/SVS) Player (Yr.) (48/781) Molly Schaus (10-11) (57/861) Molly Schaus (08-09) (64/866) Molly Schaus (06-07) (75/920) Molly Schaus (07-08) (77/859) Lisa Davis (01-02) (32/359 Kiera Kingston (09-10) (66/644) Corinne Boyles (09-10) (60/568) Alison Quandt (05-06) (84/717) Lisa Davis (03-04) (60/486) Kristen Gray (94-95)

SAVE PERCENTAGE (MIN. 500 MINUTES) Pct. .942 .938 .931 .925 .918 .918 .907 .904 .895 .890

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (MIN. 500 MINUTES)

GAA 1. 1.45 2. 1.69 3. 1.90 4. 2.17 5. 2.19 6. 2.47 7. 2.59 8. 2.90 9. 3.14 10. 3.35

(GA/MIN) Player (Yr.) (48/1990) Molly Schaus (10-11) (57/2027) Molly Schaus (08-09) (64/2016) Molly Schaus (06-07) (60/1661) Alison Quandt (05-06) (75/2052) Molly Schaus (07-08) (32/778) Kiera Kingston (09-10) (77/859) Lisa Davis (01-02) (66/1367) Corinne Boyles (09-10) (73/1392) Alison Quandt (04-05) (84/1504) Lisa Davis (03-04)


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Record 1. 24-5-4 2. 22-8-5 3. 20-10-2 4. 17-8-2 5. 14-13-7 6. 9-17-4 7. 8-16-2 8. 7-14-1 9. 6-13-1 10. 5-9-3 10. 5-10-7

SHUTOUTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6.

SO 10 5 4 2 2 1

Player (Yr.) Molly Schaus (10-11) Molly Schaus (08-09) Molly Schaus (06-07) Alison Quandt (05-06) Molly Schaus (08-09) Lisa Davis (01-02) Kristen Gray (95-96) Lisa Davis (02-03) Christy Nentwig (98-99) Alison Quandt (04-05) Corinne Boyles (09-10)

GP 33 35 32 28 34 30 26 23 20 24 24

Player (Yr.) Molly Schaus (08-09) Molly Schaus (06-07) Molly Schaus (10-11) Molly Schaus (07-08) Kiera Kingston (09-10) Corinne Boyles (09-10)

GP 35 32 33 34 14 24

7. 6.84 8. 6.73 9. 6.00 10. 5.44

G Season 1. 143 2006-07 2. 134 1994-95 3. 114 1997-98 4. 107 1995-96 4. 107 2008-09 6. 106 2010-11 7. 105 1998-99 8. 89 2005-06 9. 87 1996-97 10. 84 2004-05

GOALS PER GAME

MIN. 1. 2052 2. 2027 3. 2016 4. 1990 5. 1782 6 1661 7. 1526 8. 1504 9. 1392 10. 1367

(GP) (34) (35) (32) (33) (30) (28) (26) (25) (24) (24)

Player (Yr.) GP Molly Schaus (10-11) 33 Molly Schaus (08-09) 35 Molly Schaus (06-07) 32 Alison Quandt (05-06) 28 Molly Schaus (08-09) 34 Lisa Davis (01-02) 30 Kristen Gray (95-96) 26 Lisa Davis (02-03) 23 Christy Nentwig (98-99) 20 Alison Quandt (04-05) 24 Player (Yr.) Molly Schaus (07-08) Molly Schaus (08-09) Molly Schaus (06-07) Molly Schaus (10-11) Lisa Davis (01-02) Alison Quandt (07-08) Kristen Gray (95-96) Lisa Davis (03-04) Alison Quandt (04-05) Corinne Boyles (09-10)

PTS (G-A) 1. 353 (143-210) 2. 306 (134-172) 3. 261 (107-154) 4. 260 (114-136) 5. 255 (105-150) 6. 253 (106-147) 7. 246 (107-139) 8. 210 (89-121) 9. 202 (87-115) 10. 185 (80-105)

POINTS PER GAME

PPG (PTS/GP) 1. 12.8 (306/24) 2. 10.3 (246/24) 3. 9.81 (353/36) 4. 7.97 (255/32) 5. 7.88 (260/33) 6. 7.25 (261/36)

AVG. (GA/MIN) 1. 1.64 (62/2263) 2. 1.73 (63/2187) 3. 1.81 (69/2283 4. 2.16 (75/2084) 5. 2.73 (98/2155) Season 2006-07 1995-96 1997-98 2008-09 2010-11 2005-06 2007-08 2004-05 2001-02 2009-10

ASSISTS

A Season 1. 210 2006-07 2. 159 1997-98 3. 154 2008-09 4. 147 2010-11 5. 139 1995-96 6. 121 2005-06 7. 108 2004-05 8. 105 2007-08 9. 91 2001-02 10. 83 2009-10 +/- Season 1. +297 2006-07 2. +191 2010-11 3. +171 2008-09 4. +95 2007-08 5. +75 2005-06 6. +1 1995-96

POWER PLAY GOALS Season 2006-07 1994-95 2008-09 1997-98 1998-99 2010-11 1995-96 2005-06 1996-97 2007-08

GP 36 24 36 33 32 37 24 35 30 34

PPG Season 1. 39 2004-05 2. 36 2006-07 3. 29 2008-09 4. 24 2005-06 5. 23 2010-11 6. 18 1997-98 7. 15 2009-10 8. 14 2000-01 9. 13 2003-04 10. 4 2001-02

POWER PLAY PERCENTAGE Season 1994-95 1995-96 2006-07 1998-99 1997-98 2008-09

PCT. (PPG/PPA) .149 (23/154) .134 (20/149) .124 (39/233) .123 (14/114) .085 (15/176)

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SHG Season 1. 13 2006-07 2. 10 2008-09 3. 7 2005-06 4. 4 2010-11 4. 4 2007-08 6. 3 2004-05 7. 2 2000-01 8. 1 many times

LOWEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE

PLUS/MINUS

Single-season team Records POINTS

GPG (G/GP) 1. 3.97 (143/36) 2. 3.96 (107/24) 3. 3.36 (111/33) 4. 2.97 (107/36) 5. 2.86 (106/37) 6. 2.54 (89/35) 7. 2.35 (80/34) 8. 2.21 (75/34) 9. 2.00 (64/32) 10. 1.83 (64/35)

SHORT-HANDED GOALS

Season 2010-11 1997-98 2008-09 2000-01 2009-10

SAVE PERCENTAGE

PCT. (GA/SVS) 1. .936 (63/922) 2. .932 (62/880) 3. .929 (69/928) 4. .925 (75/925) 5. .909 (98/1003) 6. .907 (78/758) 7. .889 (104/873) 8. .882 (116/891)

PENALTY-KILL PERCENTAGE

PCT. PPGA 1. .895 21 2. .886 20 3. .870 26 4. .846 29 5. .833 35 6. .825 31 7. .800 37 8. .786 27 9. .754 30 10. .706 32

SHUTOUTS

Season 2010-11 2008-09 2006-07 2007-08 2009-10

Season 2009-10 2010-11 2006-07 2007-08 2009-10 2005-06 2003-04 2004-05

PPA 200 175 200 188 209 178 185 126 122 109

single-season records

MINUTES IN GOAL

2010-11 1996-97 2005-06 2007-08

GOALS

WIN PERCENTAGE (MIN. 20 GAMES)^ Pct. Record 1. .788 24-5-4 2. .700 22-8-5 3. .656 20-10-2 4. .667 17-8-2 5. .515 14-13-7 6. .367 9-17-4 7. .346 8-16-2 8. .341 7-14-1 9. .325 6-13-1 10. .382 5-9-3

(253/37) (202/30) (210/35) (185/34)

Season 2008-09 2010-11 2006-07 2005-06 2009-10 2007-08 2004-05 2003-04 1997-98 2000-01

SO Season 1. 11 2008-09 2. 7 2006-07 3. 5 2001-02 4. 4 2007-08 4. 4 2005-06 6. 3 2009-10 6. 3 2004-05 8. 2 1997-98

WINS

W Season 1. 24 2010-11 1. 24 2006-07 3. 22 2008-09 4. 20 2005-06 5. 15 1994-95 6. 14 2007-08 7. 12 2002-03 8. 10 1997-98 9. 10 2004-05 10. 8 2009-10


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1. 2. 2. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 9. 9.

G 14 13 13 10 10 10 10 10 9 9

Opponent (Date) vs. RPI (1/19/96) vs. Maine (10/30/94) vs. RPI (1/7/98) vs. Colgate (11/18/94) vs. Wesleyan (2/28/95) vs. Gustavus Adolphus (2/5/98) vs. Wesleyan (1/20/96) vs. St. Lawrence (1/7/96) vs. Boston University (2/11/97) vs. Wesleyan (1/19/99)

single-game records

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY

G 1. 13 1. 13 3. 11 4. 10 4. 10 6. 9 6. 9 6. 9 6. 9 6. 9

Opponent (Date) vs. Maine, 13-0 (10/30/94) vs. RPI, 14-1 (1/19/96) vs. RPI, 13-2 (1/7/98) vs. Maine, 12-2 (1/22/95) vs. Colby, 10-0 (2/21/99) vs. Colgate, 10-1 (11/18/94) vs. Wesleyan, 10-1 (2/28/95) vs. Boston University, 9-0 (2/6/96) vs. Boston University, 9-0 (2/11/97) vs. Gustavus Adolphus,10-1 (2/5/98)

INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS GOALS

1. 2. 2. 2. 2.

G 5 4 4 4 4

Player Opponent (Date) Erin Magee vs. Middlebury (12/28/96) Erin Magee vs. Harvard (2/23/97) Erin Magee vs. St. Lawrence (1/7/96) Laura Traynham vs. Yale (1/11/97) Jen Buckley vs. Vermont (12/29/99)

SAVES

SV Player Opponent (Date) 1. 74 Christy Nentwig vs. Northeastern (2/22/97) 2. 73 Molly Schaus vs. Harvard (2/6/07) 3. 64 Christy Nentwig vs. Brown (3-2-97) 4. 59 Christy Nentwig vs. Brown (11-20-98) 4. 59 Lisa Davis vs. Harvard (2/3/04) 6. 58 Kristen Gray vs. Northeastern (1/4/96) 6. 58 Christy Nentwig vs. Cornell (2-6-00) 8. 57 Christy Nentwig vs. Cornell (1-23-99) 9. 55 Christy Nentwig vs. Harvard (2-28-99) 10. 54 Christy Nentwig vs. Brown (11-17-96)

STREAKS LONGEST WINNING STREAK

W Season 1. 7 1/9/06-1/22/06

POINTS

PTS (G-A) GP Season 1. 83 (29-54) 2. 75 (13-62) 1. 8 10/4/08-11/1/08 3. 67 (15-52) 4. 43 (10-33) LONGEST LOSING STREAK L Season 5. 41 (12-39) 6. 36 (6-30) 1. 10 11/12/00-12/10/00 7. 34 (6-28) 8. 32 (2-30) CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A POINT GP Player Date PTS 8. 32 (12-20)

LONGEST UNBEATEN STREAK

1. 2. 3. 3. 3. 3. 7. 7. 7. 10. 10.

19 14 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 8 8

Kelli Stack Kelli Stack Kelli Stack Allie Thunstrom Deb Spillane Kelli Stack Kelli Stack Kelli Stack Becky Zavisza Kelli Stack Sarah Feldman

2/17-11/30/08 25 3/14/09-11/20/11 26 1/16-2/15/11 17 2/13-10/13-07 17 2/19-10/29/06 16 10/7-11/18/06 13 1/5-1/28/07 19 10/27-12/6/07 15 12-2/06-1/13/07 11 2/6-3/10/07 17 1/9-1/28/06 9

CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A POINT (SINGLE-SEASON) GP Player 1. 14 Kelli Stack 2. 13 Kelli Stack 3. 10 Kelli Stack 3. 10 Kelli Stack 5. 9 Kelli Stack 5. 9 Kelli Stack 5. 9 Becky Zavisza 8. 8 Kelli Stack 8. 8 Sarah Feldman 10. 7 Allie Thunstrom 10. 7 Kelli Stack 10. 7 Maggie Taverna

Date PTS 10/4-11/30/08 28 10/8-11/20/11 24 1/16-2/15/11 17 10/7-11/18/06 13 1/5-1/28/07 19 10/27-12/6/07 15 12-2/06-1/13/07 11 2/6-3/10/07 17 1/9-1/28/06 9 2/13-3/16-07 12 1/3-1/29-09 11 11/8-10/10-05 9

* Individual did not play a continuous four seasons with Boston College. (A - McManus played for New Hampshire in the 1998-99 and 1999-00 seasons. B - Stack and Schaus were members of Team USA at the Vancouver Olympics and missed the ‘09-’10 season.) ^ The NCAA calculates winning percentage by computing ties as half a win and half a loss. ***Please note: To be considered for records concerning “per game, percentage or average” statistics, student-athletes must have completed their collegiate career.***

ALL 50-PLUS SAVE GAMES SV 53 53 53 52 52

DEFENSEMEN SCORING RECORDS CAREER

GOALS

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 7. 7. 9.

ASSISTS

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

Player (Yrs.) Carroll McCaffrey (95-99) Genevieve Missirlian (95-99) Maggie Taverna (05-09) Genevieve Richardson (99-03) Jill McInnis (02-06) Katelyn Kurth (07-11) Cristin Stuart (04-08) Erin Blood (04-08) Blake Bolden (09-pres.)

POINTS

PTS (G-A) Player (Yr.) 1. 32 (17-15) Genevieve Missirlian (97-98) 2. 26 (4-22) Carroll McCaffrey (97-98) 3. 20 (6-14) Genevieve Missirlian (98-99) 4. 19 (8-11) Blake Bolden (10-11) 4. 19 (2-17) Maggie Taverna (06-07) 4. 19 (1-18) Erin Blood (06-07) 7. 18 (7-11) Maggie Taverna (08-09) 7. 18 (4-14) Maggie Taverna (05-06) 9. 16 (1-15) Jill McInnis (02-03) 10. 15 (3-12) Carroll McCaffrey (98-99) 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 6. 6. 6. 6.

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A 62 54 52 39 33 30 30 28 20

Player (Yrs.) Genevieve Missirlian (95-99) Maggie Taverna (05-09) Carroll McCaffrey (95-99) Genevieve Richardson (99-03) Blake Bolden (09-pres.) Jill McInnis (02-06) Cristin Stuart (04-08) Erin Blood (04-08) Brie Baskin (05-09)

DEFENSEMEN SCORING RECORDS SINGLE-SEASON

GOALS

Player Opponent (Date) Kristin Gray vs. Colby (1-21-95) Laura Dickman vs. Brown (3-1-98) Molly Schaus vs. St. Lawrence (1/4/08) Kristin Gray vs. Providence (1-18-95) Christy Nentwig vs. Harvard (11-13-99)

G 29 15 13 12 12 10 6 6 4

Player (Yrs.) Genevieve Missirlian (95-99) Carroll McCaffrey (95-99) Maggie Taverna (05-09) Jill McInnis (02-06) Genevieve Richardson (99-03) Cristin Stuart (04-08) Erin Blood (04-08) Katelyn Kurth (07-11) Blake Bolden (09-pres.)

G 17 8 7 6 6 4 4 4 4 4

Player (Yr.) Genevieve Missirlian (97-98) Blake Bolden (10-11) Maggie Taverna (05-06) Genevieve Missirlian (98-99) Jill McInnis (05-06) Carroll McCaffrey (97-98) Maggie Taverna (08-09) Blake Bolden (09-10) Genevieve Richardson (00-01) Erin Blood (05-06)


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kelli stack ASSISTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 6. 8. 8. 10. 10.

A 22 18 17 15 15 14 14 12 12 11 11

Player (Yr.) Carroll McCaffrey (97-98) Erin Blood (06-07) Maggie Taverna (06-07) Genevieve Missirlian (97-98) Jill McInnis (02-03) Genevieve Missirlian (98-99) Maggie Taverna (08-09) Carroll McCaffrey (98-99) Cristin Stuart (05-06) Blake Bolden (10-11) Maggie Taverna (05-06)

(Since 1998-99) POINTS

SENIOR

PTS (G-A) 1. 58 (36-22) 2. 44 (17-27) 3. 41 (24-17) 4. 34 (17-17) 5. 33 (11-22)

JUNIOR

PTS (G-A) 1. 59 (23-36) 2. 42 (19-23) 3. 39 (11-28) 4. 38 (21-17) 5. 30 (13-17)

Player (Yr.) Kelli Stack (10-11) Kathleen Savino (97-98) Erin Magee (98-99) Kelly McManus (01-02) Deb Spillane (07-08) Player (Yr.) Kelli Stack (08-09) Allie Thunstrom (08-09) Mary Restuccia (10-11) Erin Magee (97-98) Deb Spillane (06-7)

christy nentwig

SOPHOMORE

FRESHMAN

PTS (G-A) 1. 40 (19-21) 2. 38 (22-16) 2. 38 (24-14) 4. 37 (16-21) 5. 35 (17-18)

Player (Yr.) Becky Zavisza (06-07) Kelli Stack (07-08) Meghan Fardelmann (06-07) Jen Buckley (98-99) Deb Spillane (05-06)

PTS (G-A) Player (Yr.) 1. 54 (17-37) Kelli Stack (06-07) 2. 47 (30-17) Allie Thunstrom (06-07) 2. 47 (23-24) Jen Buckley (97-98) 4. 36 (19-17) Deb Spillane (04-05) 5. 33 (12-21) Anna McDonald (06-07)

GOALS 1. 2. 3. 4. 4.

G 36 24 22 17 17

JUNIOR

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

G 23 21 19 17 14

SOPHOMORE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

G 24 22 19 17 16

1. 2. 3. 4. 4.

G 30 23 19 17 17

Player (Yr.) Allie Thunstrom (06-07) Jen Buckley (97-98) Deb Spillane (04-05) Kelli Stack (06-07) Becky Zavisza (05-06)

ASSISTS

FRESHMAN

SENIOR

Allie Thunstrom

SENIOR

1. 2. 3. 4. 4.

A 27 22 22 17 17

Player (Yr.) Kathleen Savino (97-98) Kelli Stack (10-11) Deb Spillane (07-08) Erin Magee (98-99) Kelly McManus (01-02)

JUNIOR

Player (Yr.) Kelli Stack (10-11) Erin Magee (98-99) Allie Thunstrom (09-10) Kathleen Savino (97-98) Kelly McManus (01-02)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

A 36 28 23 22 18

Player (Yr.) Kelli Stack (08-09) Mary Restuccia (10-11) Allie Thunstrom (08-09) Carroll McCaffrey (97-98) Erin Blood (06-07)

SOPHOMORE

Player (Yr.) Kelli Stack (08-09) Erin Magee (97-98) Allie Thunstrom (08-09) Genevieve Missirlian (97-98) Jen Buckley (99-00)

1. 1. 3. 3. 5.

A 21 21 18 18 17

FRESHMAN

Player (Yr.) Meghan Fardelmann (06-07) Kelli Stack (07-08) Becky Zavisza (06-07) Deb Spillane (05-06) Jen Buckley (98-99)

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1. 2. 3. 4. 4.

A 37 24 21 17 17

Player (Yr.) Becky Zavisza (06-07) Jen Buckley (98-99) Deb Spillane (05-06) Sarah Feldman (05-06) Maggie Taverna (06-07) Player (Yr.) Kelli Stack (06-07) Jen Buckley (97-98) Anna McDonald (06-07) Allie Thunstrom (06-07) Deb Spillane (04-05)

Jen Buckley

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SCORING RECORDS BY CLASS

GP to Player Years 100 PTS 1. Kelli Stack 06-11 105 206 2. Erin Magee 95-99 42 198 3. Jennifer Buckley 97-01 79 165 4. Allie Thunstrom 06-10 106 111 5. Deborah Spillane 04-08 96 134 6. Laura Traynham 94-97 67 125 7. Kelly McManus 98-02 119 101


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Father Leahy joined the department of history at Marquette University in 1985 and became a tenured associate professor there six years later. In July 1991, he was named executive vice president at Marquette, where he served until being named president of Boston College in 1996. During his years at Boston College, Father Leahy has presided over an institution that has solidified its position among the nation's best and most selective national universities. Since 1996, BC's endowment, sponsored research grants and student financial aid have doubled, and the percentage of student applicants accepted has fallen from 41 percent to 27 percent, while SAT scores have risen by more than 150 points. In addition, 100 full-time faculty members have been added, minority student enrollment in undergraduate programs has climbed from 18 percent to 27 percent and annual cash gifts to the University have increased from $24 million to $100 million. During his presidency, undergraduate applications to Boston College have grown from 16,500 to more than 33,000, making BC one of the 10 most- applied to private universities in the United States. Currently, the University enrolls students from all 50 states and 80 countries, and its undergraduates have earned more than 285 prestigious fellowships, including two Rhodes Scholarships. Student-athletes at BC succeed in balancing the demands of academics and athletics, and BC consistently ranks among those universities with the highest NCAA graduation rates. Most recently, the Boston College community has been engaged in a comprehensive assessment and planning effort that resulted in a 10-year Strategic Plan. This plan will build on Boston College's strengths and accomplishments of the past and will focus additional resources on undergraduate liberal arts education and formation, as well as integrated science research and teaching. The University also intends to increasingly apply the strengths of its professional schools to resolving critical societal issues, and foster even more international links. In addition, Boston College intends to remain faithful to its Jesuit, Catholic heritage and to become the leading Catholic university and theological center in the world.

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William P. Leahy, S.J. became the 25th president of Boston College on July 31, 1996. Born in Omaha, he grew up on his family's farm near Imogene, Iowa. After one year of college at Creighton University, he entered the Wisconsin Province of the Society of Jesus in 1967. He received a bachelor's degree in philosophy and a master's degree in United States history from Saint Louis University in 1972 and 1975, respectively. Between 1975 and 1979, he studied theology at the Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley, California, earning a master's degree in divinity and a master's degree in sacred theology while there. Ordained a priest in 1978, he completed doctoral studies in United States history at Stanford University in 1985.


2011-12 women’s ice Hockey Media Guide and video boards, new soccer, field hockey and lacrosse stadiums on the Newton campus, new Field Turf for Alumni Stadium, and an air-inflated bubble to cover the stadium turf to provide an indoor practice facility for all sports during the winter months. DeFilippo was instrumental in raising money to build the privately funded $27 million, 72,000-square-foot Yawkey Athletics Center, which houses the football program, the Office of Learning Resources for Student-Athletes, and a large function area for general University use. After football moved into the Yawkey Center, BC undertook a multi-million dollar renovation Conte Forum to provide additional locker room and office space for many of BC’s 31 varsity sports.

Gene DeFilippo

d i r e c t o r o f at h l e t i c s

director of Athletics Since Gene DeFilippo became Director of Athletics in September of 1997, he has led the BC athletics program to an unprecedented period of innovation, growth, fundraising, athletic and academic success. He also led the program through one of the most significant periods in its history as it transitioned to full membership in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Under DeFilippo’s leadership, Boston College student-athletes’ achievements in the classroom have become an immense source of pride for the University and its supporters. Twenty-one Boston College sports teams received a perfect Graduation Success Rate score of 100, according to data released by the NCAA last November. That figure represents the most teams with a perfect 100 score of any Division I intercollegiate athletics program in the country for the second consecutive year. In addition, BC football – with a score of 90 – was one of only six FBS (Football Bowl Subdivision) programs in the country to receive a score of 90 or better. In May, Boston College’s varsity sports teams scored big when the NCAA released its annual Academic Progress Rate report. The average APR score of the 28 BC teams that were counted was 989 - 19 points above the national average (970). Every BC team scored 960 or above, and six teams - men’s fencing, men’s golf, men’s skiing, women’s lacrosse, women’s skiing and women’s tennis - scored a perfect 1,000. Boston College’s football team scored a 971 - a full 25 points above the national average. The men’s basketball team scored a 972 - 27 points above the national average. “Boston College is, above all, an academic institution,” DeFilippo said. “We want to field competitive sports teams, and we want to win, which our teams do. But when we recruit student-athletes, we tell them they have an opportunity to receive a degree from one of the greatest universities in the country, and our mission is to ensure that they are successful. We are extremely proud of our student-athletes’ accomplishments in the classroom.”

DeFilippo renamed the Athletics Association’s fundraising arm (formerly Blue Chips) in honor of longtime Athletics Director Bill Flynn. Alumni, parents and friends of Boston College contributed nearly $20 million during the past year including more than 40 commitments of $100,000 or more in support of intercollegiate athletics. During the Light the World Campaign, DeFilippo has led an athletics fundraising effort that has totaled more than $150 million. Anne and Gene DeFilippo cemented their commitment to Boston College by announcing their pledge of $100,000 to endow a scholarship. The scholarship will be awarded annually to a female student-athlete who demonstrates outstanding academic achievement and financial need. In athletics competition, DeFilippo has overseen some of the most successful seasons in Boston College Athletics history. During the 2010-11 season, the football team appeared in a school-record 12th consecutive bowl game, the women’s soccer team advanced to its first Final Four and the women’s ice hockey team advanced to the Frozen Four. In 2010, the men’s ice hockey team captured its fourth national championship (its third since 2001). In 2008, the men’s soccer team captured both the ACC regular-season and tournament championships and entered the NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament as the overall No. 1 seed. From 1993-97, DeFilippo served as director of athletics at Villanova University. He served as Associate Director of Athletics at the University of Kentucky from 1987-93, Director of Athletics at the University of South Carolina-Spartanburg from 1984-87 and Director of Administrative Services at Vanderbilt University from 1983-84. His coaching experience includes three years as offensive backfield coach at Vanderbilt (1980-82), which included the 1982 Hall of Fame Bowl. From 1975-79, he was offensive coordinator at Youngstown State University, during which time the team won two consecutive Mid-Continent Conference championships, 1978-79. In 1973-74, he was graduate assistant football coach for the University of Tennessee, coaching in the 1973 Gator Bowl and 1974 Liberty Bowl. A 1973 graduate of Springfield College with a Bachelor of Science degree, DeFilippo earned three varsity letters as a quarterback in football during his undergraduate career. He received a master’s degree in educational administration from the University of Tennessee in 1974.

Last year, 349 BC student-athletes maintained a grade point average of 3.0 or better, earning the Athletic Director’s Award for Academic Excellence. BC’s graduation rate for all student-athletes has consistently ranked in the nation’s top ten. NCSA Athletic Recruiting ranked Boston College 13th among NCAA Division I universities in its annual power rankings, which assess the combined academic and athletics standards of all NCAA athletic programs across the country.

He was recently named the 2010 recipient of the New England Prep School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) Martin Williams Souders Award, presented annually to a graduate of a New England independent school who made a distinguished record in sports and who since made a distinguished record in life through his/her ideals, leaderships and accomplishments. Past recipients have included George H.W. Bush, Sargent Shriver, Michael Erizione, Dee Rowe, Bill Cleary, and former BC Athletics Director Bill Flynn.

DeFilippo has undertaken an impressive overhaul of BC’s athletics facilities that includes new football practice facilities, a total renovation of Conte Forum, including a new sound system, floor

DeFilippo and his wife, Anne, are the parents of three children – Christine Eldred (married to Matt Eldred), John and Mary and recently welcomed their first grandchild, Katherine Eldred.

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Boston

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1947 and 1952. The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences first offered doctoral programs in 1952, followed by the graduate schools of Education, Nursing, Management, and Social Work. By 1970 all undergraduate programs had become coeducational, and today women make up more than half of the University’s enrollment. In 1974, Boston College acquired a 40-acre site, 1.5 miles from the Chestnut Hill Campus, that had been owned by Newton College of the Sacred Heart. The land is the present site of the Law School and of residence halls housing some 800 freshmen. Thirty years later, the University acquired 43 acres from the Boston Archdiocese on land adjoining the Lower Campus in Chestnut Hill. The Brighton Campus is now the site of the School of Theology and Ministry, which was formed in 2008, when the Weston Jesuit School of Theology re-affiliated with Boston College and was joined with the Institute of Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry.

Originally located on Harrison Avenue in Boston’s South End, the College outgrew its urban setting early in the 20th century and moved to the former Lawrence farm in then-rural Chestnut Hill, where ground was broken on June 19, 1909 for the construction of a central Recitation Building, later named Gasson Hall in honor of President Thomas I. Gasson, S.J., who led the relocation. The Recitation Building opened in March 1913. The three other buildings that still shape the core of the campus—St. Mary’s Hall, Devlin Hall, and Bapst Library— opened in 1917, 1924, and 1928, respectively. Though incorporated as a university from its beginning, Boston College did not begin to fill out the dimensions of its University charter until the 1920s, with the inauguration of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the Law School, and the Evening College, today the James A. Woods, S.J., College of Advancing Studies. The 1930s saw the introduction of the Graduate School of Social Work and the College of Business Administration—today the Wallace E. Carroll School of Management. The School of Nursing—named in honor of William F. Connell in 2003—and the School of Education— today named for Carolyn A. and Peter S. Lynch—followed in

In 2005, the Church in the 21st Century Initiative, which was founded in the midst of the sex abuse scandal as a catalyst and resource for engaging critical issues facing the Catholic Church, became a permanent center at Boston College. In October 2008, the University launched “Light the World: the 150th Anniversary Campaign for Boston College,” setting a goal of $1.5 billion to support a strategic plan that advances academic program development, faculty expansion and research, and endows undergraduate financial aid, student formation programs, capital projects, and efforts to advance Boston College as the leading global Catholic university.

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Boston College was founded by the Society of Jesus in 1863 and, with 3 teachers and 22 students, opened its doors on September 5, 1864. Through its first seven decades, it remained a small undergraduate institution, serving the sons of the Irish working class, and teaching theology and philosophy, Greek and Latin classics, and English and modern languages.


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Associate Athletics Director

Tom Peters, who was promoted to senior associate athletics director in May 2010, is in his 20th year at Boston College. Prior to coming to the Heights, Peters spent more than three years as associate athletic director at Tulane University. In addition, Peters served as Tulane’s acting athletic director from December 1990 until June 1991.

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Peters’ responsibilities at Boston College include overseeing nine of the men’s and women’s athletic programs — men’s and women’s ice hockey, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s swimming, men’s and women’s fencing and baseball — and serving as the department’s liaison with numerous athleticrelated support groups. Peters has also served as tournament manager for a host of postseason events, including the 2009 NCAA Men’s Basketball East Regional, the 1999 and 2003 NCAA Men’s Basketball East Region First and Second Rounds and the 2003 Intercollegiate Fencing Association championships. Peters is also a member of the Beanpot Hockey Tournament Committee, which organizes the annual competition between the city’s four Division I hockey schools. Additionally, Peters has served on the executive committee of Women’s Hockey East since the league’s inception in 2002-03, serving as chair of the committee during the 2006-07 season. Peters currently serves on the Hockey East Championships Committee. In addition to his departmental assignments, Peters has been active on campus and in the Boston community. He has served on the University Committee on Alcohol and Drug Abuse and is a former member of the Student Leadership Awards Committee for the Office of the Dean of Student Development. He also was a long-time committee member of the Boston Police Department Youth and Student-Athlete Collaborative.

David McKenna Assistant Equipment Manager

Mike McKenzie Assistant Director of Sports Marketing

Kirsten Britton Events Administrator

Matt Conway Assistant A.D. for Operations

Kenny Turbush Facilities Administrators

Ashley Thelen R.A. Athletic Trainer

Russ DeRosa Director of Strength & Conditioning for Olympic Sports

Eric Girard Associate Director of Multimedia Services

Norm Reid Supervisor of Athletic Facilities

Vinny Higgins Assistant Director of Multimedia Services

A 1971 graduate of the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Peters was a three-year hockey letterman for the Minutemen. Peters earned a master’s degree in sports management from the University in 1973. Peters was then an administrative assistant at the University of Virginia, before joining the New Boston Garden Corporation and Boston Bruins as assistant sales and marketing manager in 1973. In 1976, he was named sales and marketing manager. From there, Peters moved to New Jersey where he was the assistant athletic director at Rutgers University from 198188. He was the tournament manager of the NCAA Basketball Tournament’s East Regional from 1986-88. Peters was honored by his alma mater in November of 2004, when the sport management program awarded him the 2003-04 Harold J. VanderZwaag Distinguished Alumnus Award in recognition of outstanding contributions to the sport industry. A native of Arlington, Mass., Peters has two daughters: Nicole, a private equity and fundraising liaison and a 1999 graduate of Connecticut College, and Erica, a doctoral student in clinical psychology at the University of Vermont and a 2002 graduate of Boston College.

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The forum also houses the 1,000-seat Power Gymnasium, as well as offices for Athletic Association staff and varsity coaches, film and conference rooms, the weight training and sports medicine facilities, locker and equipment rooms, and practice and storage rooms for the Boston College band. Conte Forum is also Boston College fan central, where tickets may be purchased for all BC athletics events. Its main concourse contains concession stands and souvenir shops. Conte Forum’s eight luxury boxes overlook both the stadium and the basketball/hockey venue. Ticket Office - The Conte Forum ticket office is located at Gate B of Conte Forum. The façade of the ticket office was renovated in the summer of 2008. Also added where two LCD televisions for guests to Conte Forum. Marching Band/Pep Band Room - The Boston College Marching Band and Pep Band make their home in the Band Room located at Gate C of Conte Forum. The Band stores their instruments and conducts practice in the Band Room. Luxury Suites - Conte Forum hosts eight recently renovated luxury suites for hockey and basketball. These suites are located on the Alumni Stadium side of Conte and features views of both Alumni Stadium and Conte Forum. Luxury suites are equipped with LCD televisions, comfortable seating and a dining area. Media Suite - The Conte Forum media suite is home to various press conferences and media gatherings. The media suite is located adjacent to Alumni Stadium on the first level of the South side of Conte Forum. A full press conference room is in the adjacent room with data and telephone ports for working members of the media. Strength & Conditioning Room - The Conte Forum weight room was completely revamped and remodeled in the summer of 2006. It covers more than 7,000 square feet and can accommodate more than 100 student-athletes at a time. The room contains more than 25,000 pounds of free weights and selectorized machines. The strength & conditioning room provides several modes of training to meet the diverse needs of the numerous student-athletes at BC. Sports Medicine - Recently renovated, the Sports Medicine facilities in Conte Forum occupy approximately 3,000 square feet. They include a rehabilitation area containing equipment used fro development of strength and muscular coordination along with a LIDO isokinetic rehabilitation and testing machine, whirlpools, physician exam rooms and offices, as well as a separate therapy area containing the latest in technical equipment for the treatment of injuries. Student Athlete Lounge - The newest addition to Conte Forum is the student-athlete lounge located at the Conte Forum entrance next Gate D and across from the Sports Medicine office. The Student Athlete Lounge offers players from all sports a place to relax and study between classes or practice. Trophy Case - Enjoy championship relics from Boston College’s rich athletic tradition. Handsome displays and historical trophies line the Alumni Stadium side of the concourse in Conte Forum and pay tribute to the program’s 31 varsity sports programs. Varsity Club Hall of Fame - Boston College’s greatest student-athletes are enshrined along the concourse of Conte Forum.

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Since it opened in October 1988, Silvio O. Conte Forum has been the heart of the Boston College athletics program. From October through March, its main arena is the home of the Eagles’ men’s and women’s basketball and hockey teams, and some of the most thrilling sports action in Boston. The arena seats 8,606 for basketball and 7,884 for hockey, and sellouts are common during the seasons.


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he Women’s Hockey East Association will celebrate its 10th anniversary T season of play after officially commencing league action in the fall of 2002. In nine years, the conference has emerged as one of the top women’s ice hockey conferences in the nation, having sent five teams to the Frozen Four and 11 teams to the NCAA Tournament, which includes the most successful season in 2010-2011, sending Boston University and Boston College to the Frozen Four with the Terriers making the league’s second appearance in the NCAA National Championship Game. In 2011, the Boston College Eagles earned their first WHEA Tournament Championship in school history defeating Northeastern. The Terriers hosted the ninth annual tournament championship at Walter Brown Arena as the top seed in the tournament, claiming first regular-season championship in school history. BC’s Kelli Stack was named Player of the Year for a league-record third time in the spring and BU’s Marie-Philip Poulin took home Rookie of the Year honors. PC’s Bob Deraney won the Coach of the Year Award for the second consecutive season. Vermont freshman defensemen Megan Dalbec posted a 4.0 GPA to earn Hockey East Top-Scholar Athlete honors headlining the list of a league-record 89 student-athletes named to the WHEA All-Academic Team in 2010-2011. The league also honored four student-athletes that received “Distinguished Scholar” status. Those earning “Distinguished Scholar” status achieved a 3.0 or better in each semester over four varsity seasons. Maine’s Jennie Gallo and Danielle Cyr were two teammates honored with the distinction, while Boston College’s Molly Schaus and UNH’s Kayley Herman were also recipients of the honor. I n 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, over $31,000 dollars was raised to bring the fouryear total to over $145,000. “Skating Strides” has won two national awards at NACMA in the “Single Day Attendance Promotion” category in 2007 and 2009. The fifth annual “Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer” will have an event on every WHEA campus this season, as well as participation by all of the Hockey East men’s teams over the course of a two weekends.

History

s women’s ice hockey steadily expanded from its original status as an emerging sport to its current status as an established NCAA A championship sport, it became apparent that Hockey East should seriously 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. The uncertainty remained until a split in the Eastern College Athletic Conference grouped the five aforementioned programs into a separate league, the ECAC Women’s Eastern League, along with three other unaffiliated programs. Seeking league solidarity, administrators from the five Hockey East institutions acted. 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. xpediting the process in the interests of the participating teams, the league and the sport itself, Commissioner Joe Bertagna worked with a E 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 Women’s Eastern League. Players, fans, coaches and administrators alike were all anticipating the intensified competition created by the new circle of teams that were already familiar rivals. I n 2005, the Women’s Hockey East Association welcomed the addition of two more 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. Although the Women’s Hockey East Association is still in its infancy, its member programs have storied histories that include several championships and individual awards at the highest levels of play. The first 14 ECAC championships were shared among New Hampshire, Northeastern and Providence, all charter members of Hockey East. 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 Hockey East 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 will be inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame in October 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 it in 2005, making Women’s Hockey East the first league to boast back-to-back winners.

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October 8 9 14 15 21 23 28 30 November 2 5 17 18 22 25 27 December 3 4 9 10 January 5 6 10 14 17 20 22 25 31 February 4 7 11 12 17 18 24-26 March 3 4 9-11 16 18

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Minnesota-Duluth Minnesota-Duluth New Hampshire* New Hampshire* Quinnipiac Dartmouth Providence* Maine*

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Boston University* Boston University* Northeastern* Northeastern* Quinnipiac Princeton Brown

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St. Lawrence Clarkson New Hampshire* Vermont* Northeastern* Providence* Connecticut* Boston University* Northeastern

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Providence* Boston University/Harvard Connecticut* Connecticut* Vermont* Vermont* Hockey East Quarterfinal

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Hockey East Semifinal Hockey East Championship NCAA Quarterfinal NCAA Frozen Four NCAA Championship

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