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TABLE OF CONTENTS QUICK FACTS THE UNIVERSITY

Location Founded Enrollment President Athletic Director Associate Athletics Director Nickname Colors Conference

Home Arena Home Rink Rink Size Capacity Press Box Number

Chestnut Hill, MA 1863 14,500 Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J. Gene DeFilippo Tom Peters Eagles Maroon and Gold Hockey East

RINK

Silvio O. Conte Forum Kelley Rink 200 x 87 7,884 (617) 552-4747

TEAM INFORMATION

Senior Allie Thunstrom

2009-2010 SEASON COACHING STAFF

Head Coach Katie King Assistant Coaches Support Staff

Outlook

Roster Veterans Newcomers

2009-10 SEASON 2009-10 EAGLES

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HOCKEY EAST AWARDS

All-Stars 2009 Beanpot Champions

2008-09 YEAR-IN-REVIEW

Results and Statistics Accolades

EAGLES’ HISTORY

Opponents and Coaches’ Year-by-Year Results All-time Roster Year by Year Results Record Book Hockey East Page

THE UNIVERSITY

Boston College Page Director of Athletics Gene DeFilippo

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MEDIA RELATIONS

Associate AD/Media Relations Chris Cameron Assistant AD/Media Relations Dick Kelley Assistant AD/Media Relations Stephanie Tunnera Assistant Director/Media Relations Tim Clark Assistant Director/Media Relations Matt Lynch Media Relations Assistants/Women’s Ice Hockey Contact Mark Nugent Office Phone (617) 552-4508 Cell Phone (401) 374-0241 E-mail nugentmk@bc.edu Fax (617) 552-4903 Web Site www.bceagles.com

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CREDITS The 2009-10 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. Edited by Mark Nugent and the Media Relations Office. Designed by Grant Hawkins Design – granthawkinsdesign.com. Printed by Evans Printing, Concord, N.H. 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).

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GENERAL INFORMATION

This is BC Hockey Conte Forum

Head Coach Katie King Alma Mater Brown (’97) Career Record 36-22-12 (Third Season) Assistant Coach Courtney Kennedy (Minnesota, ’03) Hockey Office Phone (617) 552-6987 King’s E-mail kingkt@bc.edu 2008-09 Overall Record 22-9-5 2008-09 Conference Record 14(1)-5-2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost 12/9 Newcomers 8 Captain Tracy Johnson Alternate Captain Katelyn Kurth


THIS IS BC ICE HOCKEY

GENERAL INFORMATION

“BC Hockey has given me opportunities to grow as a person, athlete, teammate, daughter, friend, and community member. While we train to win, it is the memories with my teammates in between periods, traveling and participating in community service trips that will last forever.” -Shannon Webster ’09

“I think BC Hockey has done a lot for me. There are 20 some other girls on my team that are all striving for the same goal as me; to win a national championship. I’ve learned that hard work can bring a team a long way even if they aren’t the most talented. I think a quote that represents our team well is “hard work beats talent when talent isn’t working hard.” Last year we made it to the quarter finals and played Minnesota and everyone was expecting them to walk all over us. Instead of proving everyone right, we proved them wrong and kept it to a close game. I’ve most definitely become a better person after being a part of this hockey program because everyone is always pushing you to be the best you can be and I hate letting people down so working hard on and off the ice is a necessity for me.” -Mary Restuccia ‘12

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THIS IS BC ICE HOCKEY

“Playing hockey at Boston College has taught me the basics of everything I could possibly need to know for the real world. I’ve learned how to win and lose with class and respect, and how to work and grow with others to achieve a common goal. I’ve learned that what I put in to something determines what I’ll get out of it and I’ve learned how to be a part of the complicated, wonderful and special family that is our team.” -Katelyn Kurth ’11

GENERAL INFORMATION

“BC Hockey has taught me the importance of good character, working hard and working as a team. I have been able to be a part of something bigger than myself, and have learned so many valuable lessons in the process. My experience has brought me to appreciate the value of the opportunities I have been given and realize how much of a privilege it has been to meet the people I have met along the way. The lessons I have learned from my teammates and coaches are ones I wouldn’t trade for anything.” -Tracy Johnson ’10

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GENERAL INFORMATION

CONTE FORUM

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.

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.

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.

The forum also houses the 950-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

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.

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.

Student Athlete Lounge - The newest addition to Conte Forum is the studentathlete 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.

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.

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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HEAD COACH

KATIE KING • Head Coach • Seventh Season at Boston College • Brown ‘97

COACHING STAFF

Katie King enters her third season as the Boston College women’s ice hockey head coach. In her second season as Head Coach King guided the team to a 22-9-5 overall record, a Beanpot Champsionship, 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, goaltender Molly 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 All Hockey East team (three first team, one second and one rookie), two Eagles played on the U.S. National and Select Teams and Kelli 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. King 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, she guided the Eagles to a 14-13-7 record in her first season at the helm. The team finished one point shy of making the Hockey East tournament for the fourth consecutive year. King coached two Hockey East All-Stars and three Eagles played for the U.S. National Team throughout the season.

THE KING FILE Hometown: Education:

Salem, N.H. Brown University, 1997 B.A. Organizational Behavior and Management

COACHING EXPERIENCE 2007-present 2008 2003-2007 2006 2002-2006 1998-2006 1998-2000

Head Coach, Boston College Assistant Coach, USA Hockey – Under-18 National & Select Teams Assistant Coach, Boston College Assistant Coach, USA Hockey – Under-22 Select Team Coach, Lecturer and Instructor, Florida Panthers Hockey School Keynote Speaker, Coach, Lecturer and Instructor, Superskills Hockey Camps and The Katie King Hockey School Assistant Softball Coach, Salem (N.H.) High School

ACHIEVEMENT/AWARDS 2006 2005 2002 1998 1993-2001 1997, 1996 1997, 1996 1997 1996 1996, 1995

Before taking over the head coaching position, King was an assistant coach at BC for four years. She helped lead the team from a sub-.500 team 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.

Olympic Bronze Medal World Championship Gold Medal Olympic Silver Medal Olympic Gold Medal World Championship Silver Medal ECAC Player of the Year Ivy League Player of the Year Ivy League Picher of the Year Ivy League Softball Player of the Year Brown University’s Bessie Rudd Award

COACHING RECORDS Year 2008-09 2007-08

King’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 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, King retired from playing hockey with 265 points in 210 international games. She is the all-time leading scorer for Team USA in Olympic contests, and secondhighest scorer for the U.S. in all international play.

Team Boston College Boston College

Overall Record 22-9-5 14-13-7

Conference Record 14-6-3 9-9-3

at numerous hockey camps throughout New England and she is currently involved as an instructor at the Eagle Hockey School. King formerly assisted the Salem (N.H.) High School softball team from 1998 to 2000. She holds a spot on the Executive Board at USA Hockey as an Athlete Director. While a student at Brown, King 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. King served as team captain as a junior and senior.

King 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. King 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.

King 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 Salem, N.H., native graduated from Brown in 1997 with a B.A. in Organizational Behavior and Management.

King has worked with two national teams, as well. This past summer she served as an assistant coach for the Under-18 Select Team and National Team and in 2006, she worked with the Under-22 Select Team. She has also worked at as a lecturer, coach and instructor

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ASSISTANT COACHES COURTNEY KENNEDY

CAROLINE HEATLEY

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Assistant Coach Third Season at Boston College Minnesota ‘03

Courtney Kennedy enters her third season on the Boston College coaching staff. At BC Kennedy is responsible for recruiting and hockey operations in addition to her coaching duties and working with the defensive corps. In her second season coaching the Eagles, Kennedy’s defense held opponents to 1.8 goals per game and only allowed 27.4 shots on goal on average. On special teams, the Eagles penalty kill ranked number three in the country at 90% and number one in both overall play and among conference opponents. She came to BC after three years as the head coach of women’s ice hockey at Buckingham Browne and Nichols School in Cambridge, Mass.

Assistant Coach First Season at Boston College Northeastern ‘95

Caroline Heatley joins the Eagles after working with the National Office Staff for USA Hockey at Player Development Camps and the Women’s Olympic Team tryouts. She also served as the president of the New England Prep School Girls Ice Hockey Association from 20012009 and as the Athletic Coordinator for grades 7-12 at the Dexter and Southfield Schools in Brookline, Mass. As president of the New England Prep School Girls Ice Hockey Association, Heatley was responsible for overseeing the annual meetings and handling day to day operations for the league. At Dexter and Southfield, she was in charge of developing new high school and interscholastic athletic programs, evaluating the athletic budget, recruiting and interviewing prospective students and also acted as a student advisor.

Head Coach Katie King and Kennedy were teammates 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 played for Team USA when it captured the gold medal at the World Championships in 2005.

Heatley is 1995 graduate of Northeastern University, where she received a Bachelors degree in Communications. She is currently working towards her Masters degree in Sports Leadership at Northeastern. As an undergraduate, Heatley was a member of Northeastern’s Women’s Ice Hockey team, playing in over 100 games for the Huskies and serving as team captain during her senior year.

COACHING STAFF

Kennedy, a Woburn, Mass., native, was a twotime All-American defenseman at Minnesota in 1999 and 2001. As a senior in 2001, she earned Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year honors. She was also a Top 3 finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award given to the most outstanding college player. Kennedy attended at Colby College in Maine for a year before transferring to Minnesota in 1999. Her career statistics as a Gopher include 35 goals and 77 assists for 112 points in 106 games. She ranks second on the Gophers’ all-time defensemen lists for points, goals and assists. Her +136 rating places her sixth all-time among all players. In 2000, she helped lead Minnesota to its first national title. Kennedy’s coaching experience also includes director of on-ice practices and partial owner of the East Coast Wizard Girls Youth Hockey Program, USA Hockey Select Festival coach and director of the Kennedy School of Hockey. Kennedy graduated from Minnesota in 2001 with a bachelor’s degree in youth studies and currently lives in Somerville, Mass.

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SUPPORT STAFF TOM PETERS • •

Associate Athletics Director/ Program Administrator 18th Season at Boston College

KIRSTEN BRITTON

Tom Peters is in his 18th year as associate athletics director at Boston College, having joined the Eagles’ staff in January 1992. 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.

RUSS DeROSA

Operations

Strength & Conditioning

FR. THOMAS KENNY

MIKE McKENZIE

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 athletic-related 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.

COACHING STAFF

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.

Chaplain to Athletics

Marketing

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. A 1971 graduate of the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Peters was a threeyear hockey letterman for the Minutemen. Peters earned a master’s degree in sports management from the University in 1973.

DAVID McKENNA

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.

Equipment Manager

FERNA PHILIPS

Learning Resources

From there, Peters moved to New Jersey where he was the assistant athletic director at Rutgers University from 1981-88. 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.

MATT THOMPSON Ticket Manager

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KENNY TURBUSH

Facilities Administrator


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OUTLOOK The 2008-09 season proved to be one of the best in the history of the women’s ice hockey program at Boston College. Led by coaches Katie King and Courtney Kennedy, the Eagles skated to a 22-9-5 overall record while posting a 14(1)-5-2 record in Hockey East play. Juniors Kelli Stack and Molly Schaus were influential in leading the team through its successful season, only to be knocked out all too early against Minnesota in the NCAA Quarterfinals. Now, King returns to the Heights for her third season as head coach and plans to do everything possible to keep the team progressing as well as it did last year.

Serving as an alternate captain this season will be junior defenseman, Katelyn Kurth. Although she is young, King expects her to be a primary voice for the team this season.

This year, the Eagles will be without Kelli Stack and Molly Schaus, as they will don the USA sweaters for the women’s national team and possibly skate in Vancouver, BC this February in the 2010 Winter Olympics. Still, the team refused to give in at the loss of two of its standout players and only plan to work harder to achieve its goals of improving on its outstanding previous season.

FORWARDS

“Katelyn Kurth is only a junior but she’s definitely a leader in and outside of the locker room,” King said. “She’s a great kid who will really compliment Tracy and I think they will do a great job leading the team. It’s not an easy job but we’re excited for the two of them to help lead this team.”

The Eagles return six forwards from the 2008-09 season to the team this year. Although the team’s leading scorer for the last few years will be absent from the bench, King feels confident in her players’ ability to fight for a Hockey East championship.

“I’m just looking forward to seeing who is going to step it up this year and to ultimately help the team grow as players and as people,” King said. “We have a really great mix of kids on our team and they are fun, smart and willing to work hard to try and be the best they can be. I think it should be very exciting and hopefully a good year for us.”

“We’re losing Kelli (Stack) this year to the national team and she was one of our leading scorers for the last few years,” Kings said. “We’re looking to Allie Thunstrom who is coming back and really playing well. She just finished tryouts for the national team and I know she is in great shape and ready to help lead this team in a good direction.”

2009-10 SEASON

Leading the team this year will be senior captain, Tracy Johnson. After sitting out most of last season with an injury, Johnson will be ready to make up for lost time and help guide the Eagles to a successful year.

Thunstrom will be the only forward representing the upperclassmen on the ice. Sophomores Andrea Green, Mary Restuccia, Megan Shea, Danielle Welch and Allison Szlosek will have to step up and be ready to use their experience to provide the offense for the team.

“We have Tracy Johnson coming back after only playing for half of last year,” King said. “She ended up getting injured during the year; she tore her ACL and had to have surgery so we’re excited to have her back on the ice and able to compete. She was an assistant captain last year so she’s been involved in the whole captaincy before. We lost a few of our players that have been instrumental in our team being successful and so for Tracy to be the experienced player back on defense will really help us out.”

“We also have Mary Restuccia, Danielle Welch and Andrea Green coming back as well,” King said. “That sophomore class is going to be a big class for us this year and they are really going to have to step it up. I think that working hard is something that our team has learned from last year and we’re really going to have to use that to really take us to the next level.” Five newcomers will also highlight the offense for Coach King. Junior Laura Hart and freshmen Kristina Brown, Ashley Motherwell, Caitlin Walsh and Elizabeth Olchowski will step in for their share of ice time as well.

DEFENSE The defense will have four returning players to man the blue-line, including Johnson, Kurth, fifth year graduate student, Shannon Webster and sophomore Kristin Regan. “With Katelyn (Kurth) and Tracy (Johnson) back there, we’re pretty experienced” King said. “Shannon (Webster) moved to defense last season and did a great job for us and now she has a little bit of time under her belt as a fifth year so she’ll continue to improve and get better back there.” Two new faces will also add their talent to the defense as well, as freshmen Blake Bolden and Dru Burns are expected to receive a fair amount of time on the ice during their first season. “We have some big strong defensemen coming in as freshmen in Blake (Bolden) and Dru (Burns) so we’re really looking forward to see what they can do at the college level,” King said. “They both have been to USA camps and Blake was on two championship teams so she has experience in that realm and we are really looking forward to see what she can do. With two freshmen back there who are both expected to get playing time, it can be difficult, but hopefully they can step right in and make an impact.”

Katelyn Kurth

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OUTLOOK GOALTENDERS Although the Eagles will not be able to rely on the steady play of Molly Schaus between the pipes this year, Coach King is still upbeat about the team’s netminders. Sophomore Kiera Kingston and freshman Corinne Boyles are vying for an equal opportunity to start this year. “Kiera (Kingston) is coming back and Corinne Boyles will join in as a freshman,” King said. “Kiera really played in some big games last year so we’re really looking forward to see her get some more games in. I’m excited to see her on a more consistent basis on the ice. Corinne is definitely a competitor. She’s quick and she can move around the net well so it will be interesting to see how she does, and she is someone who wants to be in a good position and really wants to try for that spot.” “Both goalies will at least be in the mix and we’ll see what happens at the end of the year. There’s only one goalie position so we will see who comes out but I think it will be fun for those kids to fight for that job.”

THE SEASON AHEAD The 2009-10 season will be an exciting one for women’s ice hockey at the Heights. Hockey East has announced that the team is ranked second in the league in the preseason polls. With expectations high, Coach King recalls the 2008-09 season and how well the team performed. “Last year I was really excited about how we turned it around from the year before,” King said. “The year before was a little bit of a struggle. We really picked it up and I attribute a lot of that to our leadership and our captains and our seniors. We had a big senior class that year and they had been to the Frozen Four so they were really able to pick it up. They gave a great work ethic to this team and showed how hard they worked every time they practiced and that is one of the things that we hope our young kids are able to learn from them.” One way or another, the Eagles are hungry for another victorious season and a return to the NCAA championships. “The kids are coming back excited but also disappointed that we didn’t get to the Frozen Four so it adds that little bit of fight in you where you want to get to that level,” King said. “We are really looking forward to continuing to compete and seeing what will happen this year.”

Andrea Green

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Mary Restuccia


2009-10 ROSTER No.

Name

Cl.

Pos.

Ht.

High School/Hometown

2

Kristina Brown

Fr.

F

5-4

Cushing Academy/North Andover, Mass.

5

Tracy Johnson

Sr.

D

5-6

Benilde-St. Margaret’s/Plymouth, Minn.

6

Kristin Regan

So.

D

5-6

Loomis Chaffee/Hamden, Conn.

7

Dru Burns

Fr.

D

5-6

Shattuck St. Mary’s/Plano Tex.

8

Alison Szlosek

So.

F

5-8

Cushing Academy/Bedford, Mass.

9

Allie Thunstrom

Sr.

F

5-5

North St. Paul HS/Maplewood, Minn.

10

Blake Bolden

Fr.

D

5-7

Northwood School/Stow, Ohio

11

Caitlin Walsh

Fr.

F

5-5

The Rivers School/Franklin, Mass.

12

Shannon Webster

Sr.

F/D

5-8

Colorado Select U-19/Littleton, Colo.

13

Elizabeth Olchowski

Fr.

F

5-10

Deerfield Academy/Greenfield, Mass.

14

Katelyn Kurth

Jr.

D

5-9

NAHA./High Bridge, N.J.

17

Danielle Welch

So.

F

5-9

Hastings HS/Hastings, Minn.

18

Ashley Motherwell

Fr.

F

5-8

Lawrence Academy/St. Charles, Ill.

21

Andrea Green

So.

F

5-7

Eden Prarie HS/Chanhassen, Minn.

22

Mary Restuccia

So.

F

5-6

NAHA./Chester Springs Penn.

23

Megan Shea

So.

F

5-5

Cushing Academy/Manchester N.H.

27

Laura Hart

Jr.

F

5-7

Deerfield Academy/Wheaton, Ill.

29

Corinne Boyles

Fr.

GK

5-5

Wheaton Warrenville South/Wheaton, Ill.

32

Kiera Kingston

So.

GK

5-6

Loomis Chaffee/Trumbull, Conn.

Katie King (Brown ’97) Courtney Kennedy (Minnesota ’01) Caroline Heatley (Northeastern ’95)

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Head Coach: Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach:

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CAPTAIN

#5 G TRACY JOHNSON • 5-6 | Senior | Defense • Benilde-St. Margaret’s/Plymouth, Minn.

Notes…shoots right.

JUNIOR YEAR (2008-09)

Served as an assistant captain for the 2008-09 season…played in 21 games… registered one goal and two assists for three points…took 7 shots on the season…finished the season with a +6 rating…earned the Athletic Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2007-08)

Played in all 34 games…scored one goal and one assist for two points…recorded first collegiate goal in the last game of the season against Providence…tallied an assist against Maine on Feb. 16…registered a +8 rating and took 15 shots… earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement…named to the 2007-08 Hockey East AllAcademic Team.

CAREER HIGHS

PLAYERS

Goals Assists Points

1 (3/1/08) 1 (x7) 1 (x7)

FRESHMAN YEAR (2006-07)

Played in all 36 games…tallied six assists on the season, including one in the NCAA semifinal game against Minnesota-Duluth on March 16…earned first collegiate point on an assist against Princeton on Oct. 20…had a +16 rating… earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement…named to Hockey East’s All-Academic team.

BEFORE BC

Played on the Benilde-St. Margaret’s ice hockey team in St. Louis Park, Minn…. team won state championship in 2004…captained the team for two years…made the All-Metro third and first teams while at Benilde-St. Margaret’s…named to All-State team twice and to the All-Conference team three times…received the Most Dedicated Award all four years and the Red Knight Award three years… won the Hobey Baker Award…named to the highest honor roll all four years… played softball, and participated in track and field.

PERSONAL

Born on February 13, 1988…daughter of Jerry and Vicky Johnson…has two brothers, Russ and Derek and one sister Amy...enrolled in the Carroll School of Management.

JOHNSON’S CAREER STATS Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

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GP 36 34 21 91

G 0 1 1 2

A 6 1 2 9

PTS 6 2 3 11

PEN/MIN 15/30 27/54 6/12 48/96

+/+16 +8 +6 +30


VETERANS

#12 G SHANNON WEBSTER • 5-8 | Senior | Defense • Colorado Select U-19 AAA/Littleton, Colo.

Notes…Shoots right.

SENIOR YEAR (2008-09)

Played in 36 games…scored one goal and tallied three assists for four points… notched an assist in the Eagles 6-2 win over Main on Feb. 8…took 18 shots… saw action at both forward and defense…finished the season with a +1 ranking… earned the Athletic Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

JUNIOR YEAR (2007-08)

Played in 33 games…scored three goals and tallied one assist for four points… first goal of the season came in the form of a gamewinner against Maine on Oct. 27…also scored against Connecticut on Dec. 1 and Minnesota on Jan. 14…notched the assist on Feb. 12 against Northeastern…took 26 shots on the season…earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement… named to Hockey East All-Academic Team.

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2006-07)

Did not play…earned the Athletic Director’s Award for Academic Achievement… named to the Hockey East All-Academic team.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2005-06)

CAREER HIGHS

Goals Assists Points

1 (x5) 2 (3/4/06) 2 (3/4/06)

PLAYERS

Played in 33 games…scored two goals and recorded five assists for seven points…first collegiate point came on an assist in a win at Northeastern on Jan. 9…scored first collegiate goal the next game against Vermont…tallied the gamewinner against Maine on Feb. 26...assisted two goals in Boston College’s first-ever Hockey East semifinal win over Providence on March 4…earned the Athletic Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

BEFORE BC

Played for two seasons with the Colorado Select U-19 AAA team…competed in four USA Hockey National Championships, from 2002 to 2005…selected to participate in USA Hockey National Development Camp in 2004 in Lake Placid, N.Y…also played varsity soccer…voted MVP sophomore year… member of the National Honor Society…named Who’s Who Among High School Students…received the President’s Education Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement.

CAREER STATS

PERSONAL

Year 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

Born November 13, 1986…Shannon is the youngest child of Bob and Jane Webster’s two children…enrolled in…graduated in May 2009 from the College of Arts and Sciences with a degree in communications.

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GP G A 33 2 5 DID NOT PLAY 33 3 1 36 1 3 102 6 9

PTS 7

PEN/MIN 6/12

+/+1

4 4 15

5/10 8/27 19/49

-7 +1 -5


VETERANS

#9 G ALLIE THUNSTROM • 5-5 | Senior | Forward • North St. Paul HS/Maplewood, Minn.

Class AA state-runner-up, 2003 and 2004 section championships, and 2006 conference championship…named to the State All-Tournament team in 2003 and 2004…a 2006 Lions Club Athlete of the Year finalist…recipient of the Ms. Hockey 2006 award in Minnesota… named to the AP All-State first-team in 2006…All-Conference and All-State in soccer and softball as well.

Notes…shoots right.

JUNIOR YEAR (2008-09)

Played in all 36 games…second on the team in scoring, goals and assists… recorded 19 goals and 23 assists for 42 points…tied for first on the team in short-handed goals with 4…recorded 100th collegiate point against Northeastern 2/3 in the first round of the Beanpot…tallied first collegiate hat-trick in 5-0 win over Boston University 12/10…registered four power play goals and two game winners…took 155 shoots on the season…finished the season with a +26 rating…named a Hockey East Second Team All-Star.

PERSONAL

Born on April 20, 1988…daughter of Michael and Nancy Thunstrom…has two brothers, Justin and Patrick…enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences with a psychology major.

PLAYERS

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2007-08)

Played in all 34 games…second-leading goal scorer with 15 goals…tallied six assists for 21 points, fourth on the team…recorded four gamewinning and two shorthanded CAREER HIGHS goals…recorded six multi-point Goals 3 (12/10/08) games…scored two goals in the Assists 2 (x7) same game five times…earned Points 4 (x2) TPS Hockey East Player of the Week on Oct. 8 for scoring both goals in the 2-1 season-opening win over Rensselaer…also won the honor on Jan. 4 for notching both goals in the overtime tie against Minnesota on Jan. 12…took 140 shots and registered a +10 rating.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2006-07)

Played in all 36 games…led the team with 30 goals…tied for second on nation’s goal list…second on the team in points with 47…tallied 17 assists…fifth in the nation in rookie scoring…notched a Division I-best six shorthanded goals…also scored five power-play goals and four gamewinners…scored at least two goals seven times…recorded a season-high four points (2g, 2a) against Boston Univ. on Jan. 20…named the Hockey East Player of the Week on Nov. 7 after scoring four goals against New Hampshire and Boston Univ…earned a +29 rating and took 150 shots, both team highs...broke the league record with 21 conference goals in regular season Hockey East games…received the Hockey East Rookie of the Month in December and January…was an unanimous selection to both the Hockey East All-Star First Team and the All-Rookie Team…named to the New England Hockey Writers’ Division I Women’s All-Star Team…participated in the 2007 Women’s National Festival in Lake Placid, N.Y…one of 22 players named to the 2007 U.S. Women’s Under-22 Select Team.

CAREER STATS

BEFORE BC

Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

Played hockey from eighth to 12th grade at North St. Paul High School… scored 228 goals, 122 assists and tallied 350 points in the five-year high school career…set the all-time school records in goals and points…named All-State honorable mention in eighth grade and All-State in ninth through 12th grades… made the All-Conference team all five years…North St. Paul earned 2004

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GP 36 34 36 106

G 30 15 19 64

A 17 6 23 46

PTS 47 21 42 110

PEN/MIN 8/16 6/12 11/22 25/50

+/+29 +10 +26 +65


ASSISTANT CAPTAIN

#14 G KATELYN KURTH • 5-9 | Junior | Defense • North American Hockey Academy/ High Bridge, N.J.

Notes…shoots right.

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2008-09)

Played in 36 games…tied for second in scoring among defensemen…tallied eight assists for eight points on the season…took 29 shots on the season… earned a +15 rating.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2007-08)

Played in 34 games…recorded 10 points on two goals and eight assists…second among defensemen in points…tallied first collegiate point as an assist in the win over Colgate on Oct. 12…scored first career goal in win against St. Lawrence on Jan. 4…also scored the gamewinner against Vermont on Feb. 2…took 15 shots and earned a +9 rating.

BEFORE BC

PLAYERS

Played senior year at the North American Hockey Academy in Goals 1 (x2) Stowe, Vt.…under head coach Bill Assists 1 (x16) Driscoll, collected six goals and Points 1 (18) 21 assists…attended Voorhees High School for three years… played for the Atlantic District Championship team from 2002 to 2006…captained the New Jersey Colonials for the 2004-05 season…named an assistant captain for the Princeton Tiger Lilies in the 2005-06 season…participated in the USA Hockey Girls’ 17/18 National Festival in 2005 and 2006…a three-time All-Conference selection at Voorhees in soccer and lacrosse…captained the varsity soccer team as a junior.

CAREER HIGHS

PERSONAL

Born on August 3, 1988…daughter of Richard and Michele Kurth…has one older brother, Thomas, and one younger sister, Emma…enrolled in the School of Arts and Sciences.

CAREER STATS Year 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

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GP 34 36 70

G 2 0 2

A 8 8 16

PTS 10 8 18

PEN/MIN 5/10 20/40 25/50

+/+9 +15 +24


VETERANS

#22 G MARY RESTUCCIA • 5-6 | Sophomore | Forward • North American Hockey Academy/

Chester Springs, Penn. Notes…shoots right.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2008-09)

Played in all 36 games…lead 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 Athletic Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

BEFORE BC

CAREER HIGHS

PLAYERS

Goals Assists Points

2 (x4) 2(x3) 3(x4)

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.

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.

CAREER STATS Year 2008-09 TOTAL

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GP 36 36

G 14 14

A 15 15

PTS 29 29

PEN/MIN 20/40 20/40

+/+14 +14


VETERANS #6

#32

5-6 | Sophomore | Defense Loomis Chaffee/Hamden, Conn.

5-6 | Sophomore | Goaltender Loomis Chaffee /Trumbull, Conn.

KRISTIN REGAN

KIERA KINGSTON

Notes…shoots left.

Notes…catches left.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2008-09)

FRESHMAN YEAR (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 Athletic Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

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 CAREER HIGHS percentage…earned the Athletic Saves 35 (11/5/08) Director’s Award for Academic Minutes 60 (11/5/08) Achievement. Fewest GA 0 (10/26/08)

BEFORE BC

Four-year varsity letter winner at Loomis Chaffee…finished CAREER HIGHS high school career with 20 goals and 47 assists for a total of 67 Goals xx points and an average +/- rating Assists 1 (x2) of 29…captained hockey team Points 1 (x2) 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.

BEFORE BC

Played for Loomis Chaffee in Windsor, Conn…as a senior in 2007-2008 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.

PERSONAL

PLAYERS

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.

CAREER STATS Year 2008-09 TOTAL

GP 36 36

G 0 0

A 2 2

CAREER STATS PTS 2 2

PEN/MIN 7/14 7/14

+/+10 +10

Year 2008-09 TOTAL

19

W-L-T 0-1-0 0-1-0

GP/MIN GA/AVG. SVS./AVG. 4/129:40 6/2.78 59/.908 4/129:40 6/2.78 59/.908

SO 0 0


VETERANS #21

#23

5-7 | Sophomore | Forward Eden Prairie/Chanhassen, Minn.

5-5 | Sophomore | Forward Cushing Academy/Manchester, N.H.

ANDREA GREEN

MEGAN SHEA

Notes…shoots right.

Notes…shoots right.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2008-09)

FRESHMAN YEAR (2008-09)

BEFORE BC

BEFORE BC

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 gamewinner 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.

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. CAREER HIGHS Goals 2(10/31/08) Assists xx Graduated from Phillips Academy Points 2(10/31/08) 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.

CAREER HIGHS Four-year letterwinner at Eden Prairie High School…scored 79 Goals 1(x4) goals, 87 assists and tallied 166 Assists 1(x3) points in high-school career and Points 1(x7) 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 All-Tournament team…three time All-Conference, three time All-State Honorable Mention…attended USA National Development Camp 2004-06.

PERSONAL

PLAYERS

PERSONAL

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

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.

CAREER STATS Year 2008-09 TOTAL

GP 32 32

G 4 4

A 3 3

CAREER STATS PTS 7 7

PEN/MIN 12/24 12/24

+/+3 +3

Year 2008-09 TOTAL

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GP 32 32

G 5 5

A 0 0

PTS 5 5

PEN/MIN 3/6 3/6

+/+4 +4


VETERANS #8

#17

5-8 | Sophomore | Forward Cushing Academy/Bedford, Mass.

5-9 | Sophomore | Forward Hastings/Hastings, Minn.

ALISON SZLOSEK

DANIELLE WELCH

Notes…shoots left.

Notes…shoots right.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2008-09)

FRESHMAN YEAR (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.

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 CAREER HIGHS Rookie of the Week honors (1/5) Goals 1 (x12) for scoring the game-winning Assists 2 (11/1/08) goal, the only goal of the game Points 3 (11/1/08) against Yale in overtime.

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 CAREER HIGHS All-Tournament Team 2006-07 and 2007-08…member of USA Goals 1(1/25/09) U-18 Select Team 2007. Assists -Points 1(1/25/09)

BEFORE BC

PERSONAL

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 All-State 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.

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

PERSONAL

CAREER STATS Year 2008-09 TOTAL

GP 35 35

G 1 1

A 0 0

CAREER STATS PTS 1 1

PEN/MIN 3-6 3-6

+/-4 -4

Year 2008-09 TOTALS

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GP 36 36

G 12 12

A 11 11

PTS 23 23

PEN/MIN 6/12 6/12

+/+14 +14

PLAYERS

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.


NEWCOMERS #10

#2

5-7 | Freshman | Defense Northwood School/Stow, Ohio

5-4 | Freshman | Forward Cushing Academy/North Andover, Mass.

BLAKE BOLDEN

KRISTINA BROWN

BEFORE BC

BEFORE BC

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.

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 schools soccer and softball teams.

PERSONAL

PERSONAL

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.

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

#29

#7

5-5 | Freshman | Goaltender Chicago Mission/Wheaton, Ill.

5-6 | Freshman | Defense Shattuck St. Mary’s/Plano, Texas

CORINNE BOYLES

DRU BURNS

PLAYERS

BEFORE BC

BEFORE BC

Played on the 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.

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 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.

PERSONAL

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

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.

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NEWCOMERS #27

#13

5-7 | Junior | Forward Deerfield Academy/Wheaton Ill.

5-10 | Freshman | Forward Deerfield Academy/Greenfield, Mass.

LAURA HART

ELIZABETH OLCHOWSKI

BEFORE BC

BEFORE BC

Attended US National Development camp from 2003-05…played for two years at Clarkson University before transferring to Boston College for her junior year… spent four years at Deerfield Academy and served as team captain during the 2006-07 season…won the 2007 Deerfield Scholar Athlete Award…scored 18 goals and had nine assists in 25 games as top scorer for her team in the New England Prep School League in 2006-07 ... received MVP honors for her team… also captained the softball team her senior year.

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 played for the Boston College Women’s Ice Hockey team for four years, having graduated in May of 2009.

PERSONAL

Born on June 9, 1989…enrolled in the School of Arts and Sciences as a sociology major…is the daughter of Brett and Julie Hart.

#18

#11

5-8 | Freshman | Forward Lawrence Academy/St. Charles Ill.

5-5 | Freshman | Forward The Rivers School/ Franklin, Mass.

ASHLEY MOTHERWELL

CAITLIN WALSH

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.

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.

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.

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PLAYERS

BEFORE BC


HOCKEY EAST ALL-STARS 2005-06

Maggie Taverna (2, R) Sarah Feldman (2) Deborah Spillane (2) Becky Zavisza (R)

2006-07

Molly Schaus (2, R) Kelli Stack (1, R) Maggie Taverna (2) Allie Thunstrom (1, R) Becky Zavisza (2) Colleen Harris

2007-08

Molly Schaus (HR) Deborah Spillane (HR) Kelli Stack (2) Maggie Taverna (2)

2008-09

2005 HOCKEY HUMANITARIAN AWARD

Molly Schaus (1) Maggie Taverna (1) Kelli Stack (1) Allie Thunstrom (2) Mary Restuccia (R)

Sarah Carlson ’05

REVIEW & HISTORY

R=ITECH All-Rookie team; 2=second-team; 1=first-team; HR-Honorable Mention

Kelli Stack

HOCKEY EAST ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM Brie Baskin Lindsey Bazzone Erin Blood Kristin Blundo Brittney Briggs Sarah Carlson Sarah Courtney Lisa Davis Sarah Engwall Meghan Fardelmann Sarah Feldman Jennifer Fischl Nancy Gillis Colleen Harris Tracy Johnson Kiera Kingston Jaclyn Kryzak Katelyn Kurth Anna McDonld Sarah McGarrell Kaitlin McGrath

2009 2003, 04, 05 2006 2004 2003 2003, 04, 05 2006 2003, 04, 05 2003 2006, 07, 08, 09 2005 2004 2004, 05, 06 2006, 08, 09 2007, 08 2009 2003 2009 2007 2003, 04 2003, 04

Kim Meagher Lee-J Mirasolo Christine Moynihan Laura Mueller Stephanie Olchowski Alison Quandt Kristen Regan Genevieve Richardson Amanda Rothschild Kerri Sanders Molly Schaus Kelli Stack Cristin Stuart Maggie Taverna Allie Thunstrom Jessica Tychsen Shannon Webster Jessica Wilson Lindsay Wright Becky Zavisza

2005 2005, 06, 07, 08 2004, 05 2004 2006, 07, 08, 09 2003, 05, 06 2009 2003 2008, 09 2003, 04, 05 2007, 08, 09 2008, 09 2007 2006, 08, 09 2009 2003, 04 2007, 08, 09 2006 2007, 08 2007, 08, 09

Carlson was the 10th recipient of the award recognizing college hockey’s finest citizen. She is the first student-athlete from Boston College to receive the Hockey Humanitarian Award. In addition to her feats on the ice, Carlson dedicated herself to improving the lives of others through community service while at BC. Among her volunteer services, she traveled to Mexico to assist the building of a church and the operations of a vacation bible school, volunteered at a handicap camp for children, and raised money for Boston Children’s Hospital through a dance marathon.

HOCKEY EAST PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2009

HOCKEY EAST “THREE STARS” AWARD 2009

Kelli Stack

HOCKEY EAST SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD 2007 2009

Deborah Spillane Colleen Harris

HOCKEY EAST ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 2007

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Kelli Stack

Kelli Stack


2009 BEANPOT CHAMPIONS On February 10, 2009, the Eagles defeated Harvard University 1-0 to take home the 2008 Beanpot Championship. The focus during the evening was on the stellar goaltending and defensive play by both teams. Molly Schaus’ 40 saves and a lone shorthanded tally by Kelli Stack halfway through the final frame provided all the support BC would need to take home their third title. Molly Schaus was named the Bertagna Award winner for best goaltender of the tournament and Kelli Stack received the tournament MVP award.

REVIEW & HISTORY

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2008-09 RESULTS & STATISTICS HOCKEY EAST FINAL STANDINGS New Hampshire Boston College Boston University Providence Connecticut Northeastern Vermont Maine

GP 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21

W 15 13 10 11 10 7 4 2

Hockey East L T Pts. 2 4 35 5 3 30 6 5 29 8 2 25 8 3 25 13 1 15 15 2 11 15 4 10

GF 73 68 62 52 48 33 32 33

GA 38 35 41 40 42 56 70 79

W 24 22 18 17 19 12 7 5

2008-09 RESULTS

L 6 9 11 16 12 20 25 23

Overall T 5 5 7 3 4 3 2 5

GF 117 107 95 86 100 63 57 67

GA 76 63 77 77 75 82 134 119

REVIEW & HISTORY

2008-09 STATISTICS No. 2 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 14 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 27 28 30 TM

No. 33 30 32 TM

Name Becky Zavisza Brie Baskin Tracy Johnson Kristin Regan Allison Szlosek Allie Thunstrom Maggie Taverna Colleen Harris Shannon Webster Katelyn Kurth Kelli Stack Danielle Welch Meghan Fardelmann Megan Keever Andrea Green Mary Restuccia Megan Shea Lauren Wiedmeier Stephanie Olchowski Molly Schaus TEAM

GP 36 34 21 36 35 36 36 36 36 36 35 36 36 16 32 36 32 36 36 35 13

G 6 0 1 0 1 19 4 0 1 0 23 12 12 0 4 14 5 4 1 0 0

A 11 3 2 2 0 23 14 4 3 8 36 11 8 1 3 15 0 2 7 1 0

Pts. 17 3 3 2 1 42 18 4 4 8 59 23 20 1 7 29 5 6 8 1 0

Shots 97 3 7 14 34 155 72 43 18 29 103 78 147 0 32 88 20 16 20 0 0

Pct. .062 .000 .143 .000 .029 .123 .056 .000 .056 .000 .223 .154 .082 .000 .125 .159 .250 .250 .050 .000 .000

+/-2 0 +6 +10 -4 +26 +19 +1 +1 +15 +33 +14 +6 +1 +3 +14 +4 +3 +21 0 0

Total Opponents

36 36

107 63

154 93

261 156

977 985

.110 .064

+171 --

Name Amanda Rothschild Molly Schaus Kiera Kingston EMPTY NET Total Opponents

GP-GS 1-0 35-35 4-1 13-0

Minutes 20:00 2027:48 129:40 9:24

GA 0 57 6 0

Avg. 0.00 1.69 2.78 -

Saves 2 1.000 861 59 0

Pct. 0 .938 .908 .000

W-L-T 0-0-0 22-8-5 0-1-0 0-0-0

Sho 0 10 0 --

36-0 36-0

2186:52 2186:52

63 107

1.73 2.94

922 870

.936 .890

22-9-5 9-22-5

10 1

OCT. 4 5 8

Clarkson Clarkson at NEW HAMPSHIRE

11 25 26 31 NOV. 1 5 13 16 20 22 28 30 DEC. 5 10 JAN. 2 3 9 10 15 24 25 29 30 FEB. 3 7 8 10 14

Rensselear at PROVIDENCE Quinnipiac VERMONT

19 21

at PROVIDENCE PROVIDENCE

at NORTHEASTERN at Dartmouth CONNECTICUT at MAINE at CONNECTICUT BOSTON UNIV. Princeton T NORTHEASTERN

W T T

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

5-0 0-4 3-2 3-5 2-0 1-4 (OT) 2-0

at CONNECTICUT at BOSTON UNIV.

L W

1-2 5-0

at Colgate at Yale at St. Lawrence at St. Lawrence at NORTHEASTERN at VERMONT at VERMONT at NEW HAMPSHIRE NEW HAMPSHIRE

W W L W W W W L L

3-1 1-0 (OT) 2-4 4-1 4-2 5-0 5-0 2-4 2-5

at Northeastern ^ MAINE MAINE Harvard ^ BOSTON UNIV.

W W W W T

MARCH 7 Boston University * 8 at New Hampshire * 14 at Minnesota !

3-1 2-0 6-2 1-0 3-3 (OT-Shootout) W 5-1 T 1-1 (OT-Shootout)

W L L

3-2 1-2 3-4

Hockey East games in CAPS; * - Hockey East Tournament; ^ - 2009 Beanpot; ! – NCAA Tournament

TEAM LEADERS POINTS KELLI STACK ALLIE THUNSTROM MARY RESTUCCIA GOALS KELLI STACK ALLIE THUNSTROM MARY RESTUCCIA

59 42 29

ASSISTS KELLI STACK ALLIE THUNSTROM MARY RESTUCCIA

23 19 14

POWER-PLAY GOALS KELLI STACK 7 MEGHAN FARDELMANN 6 ALLIE THUNSTROM 4

SHORTHANDED GOALS KELLI STACK 4 ALLIE THUNSTROM 4

36 23 15

GAME-WINNING GOALS KELLI STACK 6 DANIELLE WELCH 4 MARY RESTUCCIA 3

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PLUS/MINUS KELLI STACK +33 ALLIE THUNSTROM +26 STEPHANIE OLCHOWSKI+21


2008-09 ACCOLADES

MOLLY SCHAUS G G G G G G G G G G

KELLI STACK G G G G G G G G G G G G

MARY RESTUCCIA

RBK/ACHA Second Team All-America New England Hockey Writers Division I Women’s All-Star Team Patty Kazmaier nominee Hockey East First Team All-Star Hockey East All-Tournament Team Hockey East TPS/Cammi Granato Player of the Year Hockey East Scoring Champion “Three Stars” Award Sports Illustrated “Faces in the Crowd” (2/23) Hockey East TPS Player of the Month – October, November TPS Player of the Week (11/17, 12/1, 2/9) Beanpot Tournament MVP

G G G G

Hockey East All-Rookie Team Hockey East Mission Rookie of the Month - January Hockey East Mission Rookie of the Week (1/19) Hockey East TPS Player of the Week (3/16)

ALLIE THUNSTROM G G G

COLLEEN HARRIS G

Hockey East Sportsmanship Award

Hockey East Second Team All-Star Hockey East TPS Player of the Week (11/3, 12/15, 1/12) New England Hockey Journal Player of the Week (11/5, 1/14)

DANIELLE WELCH G

Hockey East Mission Rookie of the Week (1/5)

MAGGIE TAVERNA G G

MEGAN SHEA G

G

Hockey East Mission Rookie of the Week (11/3)

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Hockey East First Team All-Star New England Hockey Writers Division I Women’s All-Star Team Frozen Four Skills Challenge

REVIEW & HISTORY

RBK/ACHA Second Team All-America New England Hockey Writers Division I Woman’s All-Star Team Patty Kazmaier Top-10 Finalist Hockey East First Team All-Star Hockey East All-Tournament Team Bertagna Award –Beanpot Most Outstanding Goalie ITECH Goalie of the Month – December, February Pure Hockey Defensive Player of the Week (11/24, 12/1, 12/15, 1/5, 1/26, 2/23, 3/9) TPS Player of the Week (2/16) New England Hockey Journal Player of the Week – 12/3, 1/7, 2/12)


ALL TIME RECORD VS. 2009-10 OPPONENTS School Clarkson Syracuse Colgate New Hampshire Providence Quinnipiac Vermont Northeastern Dartmouth Connecticut Maine Boston University Yale St. Lawrence Minnesota/Duluth

Record 4-2-3 ---6-0-1 2-36-4 12-31-3 14-2-1 21-2-0 18-30-4 1-20-2 11-13-4 19-14-4 19-6-3 13-6-5 10-9-1 0-1-0

First Meeting 2005 ---1994 1994 1995 2002 1995 1994 1994 2001 1994 1995 1995 1995 2008

Last Meeting(W/L) 2009 (T) ---20010 (W) 2010 (L) 2010 (T) 2009 (W) 20010 (W) 2010 (W) 2009 (L) 2009 (L) 2010 (W) 2009 (W) 2010 (W) 2010 (W) 2008 (L)

Last Opp. Win 2005 ------2010 2007 2005 2003 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2006 2010 2008

# - denotes current streak

REVIEW & HISTORY

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Season 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-2000 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 Total:

Overall Record 22-9-5 14-13-7 24-10-2 20-11-4 10-20-4 6-22-3 12-17-3 9-19-4 6-26-0 6-22-2 8-22-2 10-22-1 9-20-1 9-16-2 180-259-41 (.418)

Conference Record 14-6-3 9-9-3 15-6-0 16-4-1 6-11-3 1-18-1 2-10-3 5-13-3 1-23-0 1-21-2 4-20-2 4-17-1 4-17-1 3-12-1 89-196-25 (.327)

Coach Katie King Katie King Tom Mutch Tom Mutch Tom Mutch Tom Mutch Tom Babson Tom Babson Tom Babson Tom Babson Tom O’Malley Tom O’Malley Tom O’Malley Tom O’Malley

Kiera Kingston

Alison Szlosek

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Longest BC Win Streak 3 -2 1 3 7 16# 7 1 5 4 10 3 6 --


ALL-TIME ROSTER All-Time Women’s Ice Hockey Roster (since 1994)

Heidi Anderson Kate Antos Claudia Asano Kate Ayotte

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

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

Johanna Ellison Karen Emma Sarah Engwall

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

B

C

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

1997-00 2001-05 1994-96 2001-04 2000-04 1999-00, 2001-02 1994-95 1999-03 2002-06

D

E

F

Meghan Fardelmann Sarah Feldman Jen Fischl Nicole Fortier

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

2005-07 1994-95 1999-03

2005-09 2004-06 2002-04 1999-02

Paige Harden Megan Harriman Colleen Harris Laura Hart Carla Hess Maura Hossack Natalie Hummel

Tracy Johnson Jane Jorge

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

H

J K

L

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

Ashley Motherwell Christine Moynihan Laura Mueller Kim Murray

1994-95 2003-06 1994-95 1996-98 1994-96 2009-pr. 1999-00 1998-00

Christy Nentwig Elizabeth Neylon Gena Nolin

N

O

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

Elizabeth Olchowski Stephanie Olchowski Meaghan O’Neil

2007-pr. 1998-00

Alison Quandt

Trieste Pierandri Claudia Pietrucha

P Q R

Kristin Regan Mary Restuccia Genevieve Richardson Stephanie Ridge Amanda Rothschild

1994-96 2006-08 2009-pr. 1998-00 1998-03 2008-pr.

Kerri Sanders Kathleen Savino Molly Schaus Megan Scully

1994-95 2007-08 1998-02 1995-96 2003-07 1997-00

M

Ryan MacLeod 1994-98 Erin Magee 1995-99 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 Lee-J Mirasolo 2004-08 Genevieve Missirlian 1995-99 Alexis Moed 2000-03 Lisa Molvar 1997-00

Danielle Welch

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S

2009-pr. 2003-05 2003-04 1994-95

1996-00 1998-99 1996-00

2009-pr 2005-08 1994-95

1996-98 1994-98

2002-06

2009-pr. 2009-pr. 1999-03 1996-98 2008-09

2001-05 1997-98 2007-09 2002-04

Rebecca Seaman Heidi Seidewand Meghan Shea Michelle Snyder Deborah Spillane Kelli Stack Mereith Stella Krystal Strassman Cristin Stuart Alison Szlosek

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

Sharon VanTuyl

1997-99 2001-05 2009-pr. 1997-01 2004-08 2007-09 1994-96 2004-06 2004-08 2009-pr.

T

V W

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

Becky Zavisza

Z

2005-09 2000-03 2007-pr. 2000-02 1994-97 1994-95 2000-04

1998-02

2009-pr. 2005-pr. 2004-08 2009-pr. 2005-09 2003-07 2004-08

2005-08

REVIEW & HISTORY

Kristin Campbell Sarah Carlson Amy Chase Kathryn Chubrilo Alaina Clark Heather Cohen Sue Compson Thia Connolly Sarah Courtney

A

G

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


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1994-95

Head Coach: Tom O’Malley Record: 15-10-1 Overall (4-9-1 ECAC) Oct. 30 Maine W 13-0 Nov. 5 at Cornell L 2-3 (OT) 6 at Colgate W 7-0 10 Northeastern L 2-5 13 Princeton L 2-5 16 at Dartmouth L 1-5 18 Colgate W 10-1 20 RPI W 7-1 22 at Brown L 6-14 30 at Harvard L 0-2 Dec. 3 at Wesleyan W 8-0 6 at Bowdoin W 4-3 8 New Hampshire L 1-8 Jan. 11 at Yale W 1-0 13 St. Lawrence W 6-5 18 at Providence L 1-2 21 at Colby T 6-6 22 at Maine W 12-2 24 Bowdoin W 6-3 29 RIT L 3-4 Feb. 7 Harvard ^ L 2-3 12 Vermont W 7-0 14 Boston Univ. ^ W 7-0 18 McGill W 6-2 19 Middlebury1 W 4-2 28 Wesleyan W 10-1

REVIEW & HISTORY

1995-96

Head Coach: Tom O’Malley Record: 9-16-2 Overall (3-12-1 ECAC) Nov. 15 at Providence L 2-8 18 Colby L 2-3 19 New Hampshire L 2-7 22 Dartmouth L 5-6 Dec. 3 at Brown L 1-7 6 at Bowdoin W 7-1 8 Middlebury W 4-3 10 Yale T 2-2 (OT) Jan. 6 Cornell L 3-5 7 St. Lawrence W 10-5 10 Colby L 2-7 13 at Harvard L 4-6 14 at Northeastern T 4-4 (OT) 19 at RPI W 14-1 24 at Dartmouth L 3-5 27 at Middlebury W 5-2 30 Wesleyan W 10-2 Feb. 3 Northeastern L 1-4 4 Harvard L 1-3 6 Boston Univ. ^ W 9-0 10 at St. Lawrence W 4-3 11 at Cornell L 1-3 13 Northeastern ^ L 3-4 (OT) 17 Brown L 2-3 18 Providence L 0-5 22 Bowdoin W 8-1 24 at Princeton L 4-6 25 at Yale W 3-0

1996-97

1998-99

Head Coach: Tom O’Malley Record: 9-20-1 Overall (4-17-1 ECAC) Nov. 16 at Providence L 3-10 17 at Brown L 0-9 23 at Northeastern L 1-4 24 Harvard W 7-2 27 Dartmouth L 0-11 Dec. 4 Dartmouth L 1-3 7 Wesleyan W 8-1 28 Middlebury W 5-3 28 Dartmouth2 L 2-4 29 Northeastern2 L 2-7 Jan. 4 New Hampshire L 1-10 5 Colby L 2-4 8 at Bowdoin W 2-0 11 at Yale W 8-1 12 at Princeton L 2-3 18 St. Lawrence W 4-3 19 Cornell T 3-3 (OT) 27 Northeastern ^ L 1-8 Feb. 1 at St. Lawrence W 4-3 2 at Cornell L 2-9 8 at New Hampshire L 1-7 9 at Colby L 3-7 11 Boston Univ. ^ W 9-0 15 Yale W 5-0 16 Princeton L 0-7 22 Northeastern L 0-3 23 at Harvard L 4-6 25 Bowdoin W 4-1 March 1 Providence L 2-4 2 Brown L 1-9

Head Coach: Tom O’Malley Record: 8-22-2 Overall (4-20-2 ECAC) Oct. 31 at Niagara L 2-3 Nov. 1 at Niagara L 2-4 7 Cornell L 2-6 8 St. Lawrence W 6-4 20 at Brown L 2-9 21 at Providence L 1-5 24 Dartmouth L 3-6 Dec. 2 at Dartmouth T 2-2 4 Mankato State L 2-5 6 Mankato State W 7-4 18 Harvard L 1-7 19 Northeastern L 1-5 Jan. 2 at Yale T 3-3 3 at Princeton L 2-6 15 at Colby W 8-0 16 at New Hampshire L 1-5 19 Wesleyan W 9-1 22 at St. Lawrence L 4-5 23 at Cornell L 4-6 29 Princeton L 2-5 30 Yale W 5-4 Feb. 2 Boston Univ. ^ W 9-1 4 Bowdoin W 7-1 9 Harvard ^ L 0-9 12 Maine L 2-6 13 Maine L 2-5 20 New Hampshire L 3-16 21 Colby W 10-0 27 at Northeastern L 1-9 28 at Harvard L 0-10 March 6 Providence L 2-5 7 Brown L 0-7

1997-98

Head Coach: Tom O’Malley Record: 10-22-1 Overall (4-17-1 ECAC) Nov. 15 Providence L 2-8 16 Brown L 1-11 22 at Northeastern L 1-10 23 at Harvard L 1-3 26 Dartmouth L 3-8 Dec. 3 at Dartmouth L 4-6 6 at Wesleyan W 6-1 30 Middlebury2 L 1-5 30 Dartmouth2 L 0-8 31 Northeastern2 L 0-8 Jan. 3 at New Hampshire L 0-8 4 at Colby L 4-5 (OT) 7 RPI W 13-2 10 Yale T 2-2 (OT) 11 Princeton L 2-6 15 Minnesota L 3-4 17 at St. Lawrence W 4-3 (OT) 18 at Cornell L 2-8 29 Bowdoin W 8-0 31 St. Lawrence L 2-5 Feb. 1 Cornell L 1-6 3 Harvard ^ L 4-6 5 Gustavus Adolphus W 10-1 7 New Hampshire L 0-6 8 Colby 3-1 10 Boston Univ. ^ W 11-3 14 Yale W 4-2 15 at Princeton L 4-6 21 Northeastern L 1-11 22 Harvard L 4-6 24 at Bowdoin W 6-0 28 at Providence L 3-6 March 1 at Brown W 4-2

1999-2000

Head Coach: Tom Babson Record: 6-22-2 Overall (1-21-2 ECAC) Nov. 5 Cornell L 1-4 6 St. Lawrence L 0-9 12 at Brown L 0-9 13 at Harvard L 2-7 16 RPI W 8-0 20 at Northeastern L 0-12 21 at Providence L 3-4 23 at Dartmouth L 2-9 27 Niagara L 1-5 28 Niagara L 1-4 Dec. 29 Vermont W 6-1 Jan. 5 Dartmouth L 2-5 8 at Princeton T 2-2 (OT) 9 at Yale L 1-4 13 Middlebury W 4-3 18 at Wesleyan W 2-0 22 Maine W 2-1 23 New Hampshire L 0-9 29 Yale L 0-2 30 Princeton L 0-2 Feb. 5 at St. Lawrence L 0-6 6 at Cornell L 2-6 8 Northeastern ^ L 0-7 12 Harvard L 1-9 13 Brown L 0-11 15 Boston Univ. ^ W 7-0 16 at Bowdoin W 5-2 19 at UNH L 1-9 20 at Maine T 2-2 (OT) March 3 Providence L 2-4 5 Northeastern L 1-6

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2000-2001 (OT)

(OT)

(OT)

(OT)

Head Coach: Tom Babson Record: 6-26-0 Overall (1-23-0 ECAC) Oct. 12 Bemidji State W 6-5 31 Dartmouth L 8-1 Nov. 4 at Maine L 6-0 5 at New Hampshire L 4-3 11 at Yale W 2-0 12 at Princeton L 4-1 18 Brown L 7-0 19 Harvard L 13-1 25 St. Lawrence L 6-1 26 Cornell L 6-0 29 at Providence L 4-0 Dec. 2 at Niagara L 3-0 3 at Niagara L 9-0 9 at Wisconsin L 8-1 10 at Wisconsin L 5-3 29 Vermont W 3-0 Jan. 7 U.S. National Team L 11-0 8 Providence3 L 4-3 13 New Hampshire L 9-0 14 Maine L 5-0 16 Middlebury W 2-1 19 at Dartmouth L 8-3 20 Mercyhurst W 1-0 27 at Cornell L 5-3 28 at St. Lawrence L 10-2 31 at Northeastern L 7-2 Feb. 3 Princeton L 3-0 4 Yale L 7-4 6 Harvard ^ L 8-1 13 Boston Univ. ^ W 5-0 17 at Brown L 5-1 20 Bowdoin L 4-2 March 3 Northeastern L 1-8 4 Providence L 1-4

2001-02

Head Coach: Tom Babson Record: 9-19-4 (5-13-3 ECAC) Oct. 21 Vermont W 28 Connecticut L Nov. 3 Niagara L 4 Niagara L 7 New Hampshire L 10 at Northeastern L 11 Northeastern L 17 at Dartmouth L 24 at Princeton T 25 at Yale W Dec. 1 at Niagara L 4 at Harvard L Jan. 5 at Quinnipiac W 9 at Maine T 12 at Connecticut T 13 at Connecticut L 16 at Providence L 19 Yale L 20 Cornell5 W 22 at Northeastern L 26 Wisconsin L 29 Bowdoin W Feb. 1 Quinnipiac W 2 Quinnipiac W 5 Boston Univ. ^ W 9 at New Hampshire L 12 Harvard ^ L 19 New Hampshire T 22 Maine W 23 Maine L

3-0 3-4 1-2 1-7 0-3 2-5 1-2 2-3 (OT) 3-3 3-0 3-4 (OT) 0-5 2-0 3-3 1-1 1-4 1-5 2-3 (OT) 2-1 (OT) 1-2 0-7 4-1 5-1 5-0 8-0 0-1 2-7 3-3 5-2 3-5


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS March 2 Providence 3 at Providence 6 at Northeastern

L W L

1-4 1-0 0-4

2002-03

2003-04

Head Coach: Tom Mutch Record: 6-22-3 (1-18-1 Hockey East) Oct. 26 Quinnipiac W 3-1 30 VERMONT L 1-3 Nov. 2 Union College W 4-1 8 at Brown W 3-1 9 Yale L 0-5 14 MAINE L 2-3 15 MAINE L 1-3 22 at CONNECTICUT L 1-3 23 CONNECTICUT L 0-3 26 at NORTHEASTERN L 0-5 30 at Princeton L 0-8 Jan. 4 Colgate T 2-2 (OT) 9 at Quinnipiac T 2-2 (OT) 10 at Quinnipiac W 2-0 15 at Union W 5-3 18 NORTHEASTERN L 1-3 23 at NEW HAMPSHIRE L 0-7 25 NEW HAMPSHIRE L 2-7 Feb. 3 6 8 10 14 15 21 22 27 28

Harvard ^ CONNECTICUT at CONNECTICUT Boston Univ. ^ at NORTHEASTERN NORTHEASTERN at PROVIDENCE PROVIDENCE at MAINE at MAINE

L L T W L L L L L W

0-4 3-4 3-3 (OT) 7-1 1-2 1-2 1-8 2-5 0-2 5-2

NEW HAMPSHIRE at NEW HAMPSHIRE PROVIDENCE at PROVIDENCE

L L L L

Feb. 4 7 11 14 18 19 25 26 March 4 5

2-5 1-2 1-6 2-4

2004-05

Head Coach: Tom Mutch Record: 10-20-4 (6-11-3 Hockey East) Oct. 16 Wayne State L 3-4 17 Wayne State L 3-4 23 at Quinnipiac L 2-3 24 NEW HAMPSHIRE L 1-6 29 at Dartmouth L 1-7 30 at VERMONT W 3-1 Nov. 5 CONNECTICUT L 1-4 7 at CONNECTICUT L 2-3 13 at MAINE W 3-2 14 at MAINE T 2-2 19 at NORTHEASTERN L 2-4 21 Quinnipiac W 7-4 Dec. 3 PROVIDENCE L 0-2 4 at PROVIDENCE L 5-7 7 VERMONT W 3-0 12 at Princeton L 2-3 Jan. 1 at Clarkson W 1-0 2 at Clarkson T 1-1 8 at NORTHEASTERN T 2-2 (OT) 15 NORTHEASTERN W 4-3 16 at NORTHEASTERN L 1-3 22 at Mercyhurst L 1-4 23 at Mercyhurst L 0-6 Feb. 4 at CONNECTICUT L 1-4 6 CONNECTICUT W 2-1 8 Boston Univ. ^ W 9-1 12 NORTHEASTERN T 4-4 15 at Harvard ^ L 1-6 19 at PROVIDENCE W 4-1 20 PROVIDENCE L 2-4 26 at MAINE W 2-1 27 MAINE W 5-2 March 5 at NEW HAMPSHIRE L 2-10 6 NEW HAMPSHIRE L 1-2 12 at PROVIDENCE* L 1-9

L W W W W W L W

1-6 4-3 (OT) 4-0 2-0 4-1 4-2 1-4 3-2

Providence* New Hampshire*

W L

3-1 0-6

2006-07

Head Coach: Tom Mutch Record: 24-10-2 (15-6 Hockey East) Sept. 29 at Rensselaer W Oct. 7 Quinnipiac W 15 at MAINE W 20 Princeton T 21 Yale W 27 at NEW HAMPSHIRE L 29 at NORTHEASTERN W Nov. 2 NEW HAMPSHIRE W 4 BOSTON UNIV. W 9 Brown W 18 at CONNECTICUT W 24 Mercyhurst L 25 Wayne State8 W Dec. 2 CONNECTICUT L 3 at PROVIDENCE L 9 at NORTHEASTERN W 31 at Dartmouth L Jan. 5 St. Lawrence T 6 Clarkson W 9 NORTHEASTERN W 12 at VERMONT W 13 at VERMONT W 19 at BOSTON UNIV. L 20 BOSTON UNIV. W 27 VERMONT W 28 MAINE W Feb. 3 at NEW HAMPSHIRE L 6 Harvard ^ W 10 CONNECTICUT L 13 Boston Univeristy ^ W 17 at PROVIDENCE W 18 PROVIDENCE W 24 MAINE W March 3 Providence* L 10 Dartmouth ! W 16 Minnesota Duluth & L

(OT)

(OT) (OT)

(OT)

2005-06

Head Coach: Tom Mutch Record: 20-11-4 (16-4-1 Hockey East) Oct. 14 Quinnipiac W 4-3 16 MAINE W 5-3 18 at BOSTON UNIV. T 3-3 29 at Princeton T 2-2 30 at Niagara7 T 1-1 Nov. 4 at NEW HAMPSHIRE L 4-0 5 NEW HAMPSHIRE W 3-2 8 Dartmouth L 2-3 12 at Yale T 1-1 (OT) 19 CONNECTICUT W 2-1 22 at Quinnipiac L 3-4 Dec. 3 at CONNECTICUT W 6-1 4 PROVIDENCE L 2-4 10 NORTHEASTERN W 5-4 30 at Clarkson3 L 0-1 31 at Clarkson3 L 1-2 (OT) Jan. 2 Yale L 2-3 9 at NORTHEASTERN W 2-1 12 VERMONT W 3-1 13 VERMONT W 3-0 16 at VERMONT W 2-0 17 NORTHEASTERN W 2-1 21 BOSTON UNIV. W 5-2 22 at BOSTON UNIV. W 2-1 28 Mercyhurst L 2-5

NEW HAMPSHIRE at Northeastern ^ at CONNECTICUT at Harvard ^ at PROVIDENCE PROVIDENCE at MAINE at MAINE

(OT) (OT) (OT) (OT)

2-1 6-0 5-3 2-2 (OT) 3-1 1-2 7-4 7-2 5-2 3-2 5-1 0-4 5-4 2-4 2-3 7-1 1-2 4-4 (OT) 5-0 4-1 7-0 5-0 1-3 6-0 4-1 6-0 2-4 4-3 (3OT) 2-3 6-1 6-2 6-2 4-0 2-3 3-2 (2OT) 3-4 (2OT)

2007-08

Head Coach: Katie King Record: 14-13-7 (9-9-3 Hockey East) Oct. 5 at Rensselear W 2-1 12 Colgate W 3-0 13 at Quinnipiac W 4-2 19 at Princeton T 2-2 25 NEW HAMPSHIRE L 1-4 27 MAINE W 3-2 30 PROVIDENCE L 2-3 Nov. 2 at VERMONT W 3-1 7 at NEW HAMPSHIRE L 1-4 16 NORTHEASTERN W 4-2 24 at Yale T 2-2 29 at CONNECTICUT T 2-2 Dec. 1 CONNECTICUT W 6-3 6 at BOSTON UNIV. L 2-3 8 at NORTHEASTERN L 1-3

(OT)

31

(OT) (OT)

(OT) (OT)

Jan. 3 4 8 12 13 17 20 26 Feb. 1 2 5 9 12 16 17 22 23 29 March 1

St. Lawrence St. Lawrence at Harvard at Minnesota at Minnesota NORTHEASTERN DARTMOUTH AT CONNECTICUT

L W L T L L T T

1-3 5-2 0-7 2-2 (OT) 1-2 2-3 2-2 (OT) 3-3 (OT)

VERMONT VERMONT AT BOSTON UNIV. ^ NEW HAMPSHIRE NORTHEASTERN ^ AT MAINE AT MAINE AT BOSTON UNIV. BOSTON UNIV. PROVIDENCE

W W L L W L W W L W

4-0 4-0 1-3 1-2 2-1 1-2 2-1 (OT) 4-0 1-4 4-2

AT PROVIDENCE

T

2-2 (OT)

2008-09

Head Coach: Katie King Record: 22-9-5 (14-6-3 Hockey East) Oct. 4 Clarkson W 2-0 5 Clarkson T 4-4 8 AT NEW HAMSHIRE T 2-2 11 Rensselear W 5-2 25 AT PROVIDENCE W 3-1 26 Quinnipiac W 4-0 31 VERMONT W 4-1 Nov. 1 AT NORTHEASTERN W 5-0 5 at Dartmouth L 0-4 13 CONNECTICUT W 3-2 16 AT MAINE L 3-5 20 AT CONNECTICUT W 2-0 22 BOSTON UNIVERSITY L 1-4 28 Princeton T 4-4 30 NORTHEASTERN W 2-0 Dec. 5 AT CONNECTICUT L 1-2 10 ATBOSTONUNIVERSITY W 5-0 Jan. 2 at Colgate W 3-1 3 at Yale W1-0 (OT) 9 at St. Lawrence L 2-4 10 at St. Lawrence W 4-1 15 AT NORTHEASTERN W 4-2 24 AT VERMONT W 5-0 25 AT VERMONT W 5-0 29 AT NEW HAMPSHIRE L 2-4 30 NEW HAMPSHIRE L 2-5 Feb. 3 at Northeastern ^ W 3-1 7 MAINE W 2-0 8 MAINE W 6-2 10 Harvard ^ W 1-0 14 BOSTON UNIVERSITY T 3-3 19 AT PROVIDENCE W 5-1 21 PROVIDENCE T 1-1 March 7 Boston University * W 3-2 8 at New Hampshire * L 1-2 14 at Minnesota ! L 3-4 Hockey East Games in CAPITALS ^ Annual Women’s Beanpot * Hockey East Tournament ! NCAA Tournament & NCAA Frozen Four Middlebury Invitational (Middlebury, Vt.) Dartmouth Auld Lang Syne Tournament (Hanover, N.H.) Olympic Arena (Lake Placid, N.Y.) at Brown (Providence, R.I.) at Northeastern (Boston, Mass.) ECAC East Quarterfinals at Niagara (Buffalo, N.Y.) New Hampshire Tournament (Durham, N.H.)

REVIEW & HISTORY

Head Coach: Tom Babson Record: 12-17-3 (2-10-3 Hockey East) OCT. 18 VERMONT L 2-3 (OT) 26 AT NORTH DAKOTA W 5-2 27 AT NORTH DAKOTA L 3-5 NOV. 1 PROVIDENCE L 1-4 3 NORTHEASTERN T 3-3 (OT) 10 AT NIAGARA W 6-0 12 QUINNIPIAC W 5-1 17 RENSSELAER W 6-0 24 AT YALE W 3-1 29 UNION W 6-1 DEC. 1 CORNELL W 4-1 7 AT PROVIDENCE L 2-6 30 CONNECTICUT T 1-1 (OT) JAN. 3 YALE W3-2 (OT) 4 PRINCETON L 1-4 7 BROWN L 2-6 11 AT MAINE T 3-3 (OT) 12 AT MAINE L 0-6 14 NEW HAMPSHIRE L 0-5 18 AT PROVIDENCE L 1-7 21 NORTHEASTERN L 4-5 24 AT QUINNIPIAC W 2-0 25 AT QUINNIPIAC W 2-1 28 HARVARD L 2-17 FEB. 4 NORTHEASTERN ^ W 3-2 9 NIAGARA W 1-0 11 AT HARVARD ^ L 0-7 14 AT CONNECTICUT L 0-1(OT) 16 CONNECTICUT W 3-2 22 MAINE L 0-4 28 AT NEW HAMPSHIRE L 0-4 MARCH 2 AT NEW HAMPSHIRE L 2-8

March 4 6 10 13


RECORD BOOK INDIVIDUAL RECORDS SINGLE-GAME GOALS Name Date 1. Erin Magee 12-28-96 2. Erin Magee 2-23-97 Erin Magee 1-7-96 Laura Traynham 1-11-97 Jen Buckley 12-29-99

Goals 5 4 4 4 4

Opponent Middlebury Harvard St. Lawrence Yale Vermont

GP 27 26 27 36 26 30 30 36 36 34

G 39 33 32 30 27 26 24 24 23 22

REVIEW & HISTORY

SINGLE-SEASON GOALS Name Season 1. Erin Magee 95-96 2. Karen Emma 94-95 3. Erin Magee 96-97 4. Allie Thunstrom 06-07 5. Kate Antos 94-95 6. Laura Traynham 96-97 7. Erin Magee 98-99 Meghan Fardelmann 06-07 9. Kellie Stack 08-09 10. Kelli Stack 07-08 CAREER GOALS Name 1. Erin Magee 2. Jennifer Buckley 3. Allie Thunstrom 4. Kelli Stack 5. Deborah Spillane 6. Laura Traynham Meghan Fardelmann 7. Becky Zavisza 8. Kelly McManus

Seasons 95-99 97-01 06-pr. 06-09 04-08 94-97 05-09 05-09 98-02*

GP 117 125 106 105 133 83 135 135 122

G 116 104 64 62 60 56 56 46 39

SINGLE-SEASON ASSISTS Name 1. Kelli Stack 2. Kelli Stack 2. Kate Antos Erin Magee 4. Laura Traynham 5. Claudia Asano Erin Magee Laura Traynham Allie Thunstrom 9. Heidi Anderson Laura Traynham Deborah Spillane

Seasons 06-07 08-09 94-95 95-96 94-95 95-96 96-97 95-96 08-09 94-95 96-97 07-08

GP 36 36 26 27 26 27 27 27 36 26 30 34

A 37 36 25 25 24 23 23 23 23 22 22 22

CAREER ASSISTS Name 1. Kelli Stack 2. Erin Magee 3. Deborah Spillane 4. Laura Traynham 5. Kelly McManus Carroll McCaffrey 7. Jennifer Buckley 8. Genevieve Missirlian 9. Maggie Taverna 10. Gena Nolin

Seasons 06-09 95-99 04-08 94-97 98-02* 95-99 97-01 95-99 05-09 96-00

GP 105 117 133 83 122 121 125 117 141 122

A 89 82 74 69 62 62 61 54 52 45

SINGLE-SEASON POINTS Name Season 1. Erin Magee 95-96 2. Kelli Stack 08-09 2. Erin Magee 96-97 4. Kelli Stack 06-07 5. Kate Antos 94-95 6. Karen Emma 94-95 Laura Traynham 96-97 8. Jen Buckley 97-98 Allie Thunstrom 06-07 10. Laura Traynham 95-96 11. Allie Thunstrom 08-09 12. Erin Magee 98-99 13. Becky Zavisza 06-07 14. Erin Magee 97-98 Kelli Stack 07-08 CAREER POINTS Name 1. Erin Magee 2. Jennifer Buckley 3. Kelli Stack 4. Deborah Spillane 5. Laura Traynham 6. Allie Thunstrom 7. Kelly McManus 8. Meghan Fardelmann 9. Becky Zavisza 10. Genevieve Missirlian 11. Carroll McCaffrey 12. Gena Nolin 13. Sarah Feldman 14. Maggie Taverna

GP 27 36 27 36 26 26 30 33 36 27 36 30 36 33 34

Seasons 95-99 97-01 06-pr. 04-08 94-97 06-pr. 98-02* 05-09 05-09 95-99 95-99 96-00 04-06 05-09

G 39 23 32 17 27 33 26 23 30 21 19 24 19 21 22 GP 117 125 105 133 83 106 122 137 137 117 118 122 69 141

A 25 36 23 37 25 15 22 24 17 23 23 17 21 17 16 G 116 104 62 60 56 65 39 56 46 29 13 30 30 15

A 82 61 89 74 69 46 62 43 50 54 62 45 30 52

PTS 64 59 55 54 52 48 48 47 47 44 42 41 40 38 38 PTS 198 165 151 134 125 111 101 99 96 83 75 75 60 67

SINGLE-SEASON HAT TRICKS Name Season 1. Erin Magee 95-96 2. Erin Magee 98-99 3. Karen Emma 94-95 Kate Antos 94-95 Genevieve Missirlian 97-98

Number 5 4 3 3 3

CAREER HAT TRICKS Name 1. Erin Magee 2. Laura Traynham Genevieve Missirlian Lisa Molvar Jennifer Buckley 6. Karen Emma Kate Antos

Number 11 4 4 4 4 3 3

SINGLE-GAME SAVES Name 1. Christy Nentwig 2. Molly Schaus 3. Christy Nentwig 4. Christy Nentwig Lisa Davis 5. Kristin Gray Christy Nentwig 7. Christy Nentwig 8. Christy Nentwig 9. Christy Nentwig 10. Kristin Gray Laura Dickman Molly Schaus 13. Kristin Gray Christy Nentwig

Season 95-99 94-97 95-99 97-00 97-01 94-95 94-95 Date 2-22-97 2-6-07 3-2-97 11-20-98 2-3-04 1-14-96 2-6-00 1-23-99 2-28-99 11-17-96 1-21-95 3-1-98 1-4-08 1-18-95 11-13-99

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Svs. 74 73 64 59 59 58 58 57 55 54 53 53 53 52 52

Opponent Northeastern Harvard Brown Brown Harvard Northeastern Cornell Cornell Harvard Brown Colby Brown St. Lawrence Providence Harvard

SINGLE-SEASON SAVES Name Season 1. Molly Schaus 07-08 2. Molly Schaus 06-07 3. Lisa Davis 01-02 4. Christy Nentwig 96-97 5. Molly Schaus 08-09 6. Kristin Gray 95-96 7. Christy Nentwig 98-99 8. Lisa Davis 03-04 9. Christy Nentwig 97-98 CAREER SAVES Name 1. Christy Nentwig 2. Molly Schaus 3. Lisa Davis 4. Alison Quandt 5. Kristin Gray 6. Sharon VanTuyl

Years 96-00 06-09 01-05 02-06 94-96 98-02

Gms. 34 32 30 20 35 26 24 25 23

Svs. 920 866 859 778 861 747 740 717 604 Svs. 2687 2647 2347 1485 1233 1118

SINGLE-SEASON GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (min. 12 games) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Name Season Record Gm. Min. Svs/Pct. GA/GAA Molly Schaus 08-09 22-8-5 35 2027 861/.938 57/1.69 Molly Schaus 06-07 20-10-2 32 2016 866/.931 64/1.90 Alison Quandt 05-06 17-8-2 28 1661 568/.904 60/2.17 Molly Schaus 07-08 14-13-7 34 2052 920/.925 75/2.19 Lisa Davis 01-02 9-17-4 30 1782 859/.918 77/2.59 Alison Quandt 04-05 8-13-3 24 1392 582/.889 73/3.14 Lisa Davis 03-04 4-18-3 25 1504 717/.895 84/3.35 Lisa Davis 02-03 7-10-1 23 1274 587/.888 74/3.49 Sharon VanTuyl 98-99 2-9-1 14 642 293/.856 49/3.50 Alison Quandt 02-03 5-3-2 14 667 277/.868 42/3.78 Kristen Gray 95-96 8-16-2 26 1526 747/.879 103/4.05 Kristen Gray 94-95 4-8-1 14 756 486/.890 60/4.26 Christy Nentwig 98-99 6-13-1 24 1260 740/.877 103/4.29 Sharon VanTuyl 99-00 2-8-1 16 733 385/.871 57/4.66 Christy Nentwig 97-98 6-12-1 23 1149 604/.867 92/4.81

Kelli Stack


RECORD BOOK TEAM RECORDS GOALS IN A GAME 14 vs. RPI (Jan. 19, 1996) 13 vs. Maine (Oct. 30, 1994) vs. RPI (Jan. 7, 1998) 10 vs. Colgate (Nov. 18, 1994) vs. Wesleyan (Feb. 28, 1995) vs. Gustavus Adolphus (Feb. 5, 1998) vs. Wesleyan (Jan. 20, 1996) vs. St. Lawrence (Jan. 7, 1996) 9 vs. Boston University (Feb. 11, 1997) vs. Wesleyan (Jan. 19, 1999) LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY 13 vs. Maine, 13-0 (Oct. 30, 1994) vs. RPI, 14-1 (Jan. 19, 1996) 11 vs. RPI, 13-2 (Jan. 7, 1998) 10 vs. Maine, 12-2 (Jan. 22, 1995) vs. Colby, 10-0 (Feb. 21, 1999) 9 vs. Colgate, 10-1 (Nov. 18, 1994) vs. Wesleyan, 10-1 (Feb. 28, 1995) vs. Boston University, 9-0 (Feb. 6, 1996) vs. Boston University, 9-0 (Feb. 11, 1997) vs. Gustavus Adolphus, 10-1 (Feb. 5, 1998)

Erin Magee CAREER GOALS AGAINST (min. 20 games)

SINGLE-SEASON WINS Name Season 1. Molly Schaus 08-09 2. Molly Schaus 06-07 3. Alison Quandt 05-06 4. Molly Schaus 08-09 5. Lisa Davis 01-02 4. Kristen Gray 95-96 5. Lisa Davis 02-03 6. Christy Nentwig 98-99 7. Alison Quandt 04-05 CAREER WINS Name Season 1. Molly Schaus 06-09 2. Alison Quandt 02-06 3. Lisa Davis 01-05 4. Christy Nentwig 96-00 5. Kristin Gray 94-96 6. Claudine Pietrucha 94-98 7. Laura Dickman 96-98 8. Johanna Ellison 05-present

Wins 22 20 17 14 9 8 7 6 5

Games 35 32 28 34 30 26 23 20 24

SINGLE-SEASON SHUTOUTS AGAINST 11 2000-01 FEWEST SINGLE-SEASON SHUTOUTS AGAINST 1 1994-95, 1995-96, 2006-07, 2007-08 , 2008-09 Wins in a Season 24 2006-07 22 2008-09 20 2005-06 15 1994-95 14 2007-08 12 2002-03 10 1997-98 2004-05 LONGEST WINNING STREAK 7 1/9/06-1/22/06 LONGEST UNBEATEN STREAK 8 10/4/08-11/1/08

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

LONGEST LOSING STREAK 10 11/12/00-12/10/00

Wins Games Record 56 101 56-31-14 28 68 28-21-7 21 87 21-52-9 17 86 17-54-4 12 40 12-24-3 9 19 9-5-1 8 24 8-12-0 7 13 7-3-2

SINGLE-SEASON SHUTOUTS 10 - Molly Schaus (06-07) CAREER SHUTOUTS 17 - Molly Schaus (06-09) * Kelly McManus played the 1998-99 and 1999-00 seasons for the University of New Hampshire.

SINGLE-SEASON SHUTOUTS 11 2008-09

Alison Quandt

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REVIEW & HISTORY

Name Season Record Gm. Min. Svs/Pct. GA/GAA 1. Molly Schaus 06-09 56-31-14 101 6096 2647/.931 196/1.93 2. Alison Quandt 02-06 31-25-7 68 3840 1485/.891 181/2.83 3. Lisa Davis 01-05 21-49-9 87 4942 2347/.897 259/3.30 4. Kristen Gray 94-96 12-24-3 40 2282 1233/.880 163/4.29 5. Laura Dickman 96-98 8-12-0 24 1187 581/.871 86/4.35 6. Sharon VanTuyl 98-01 5-30-1 47 2185 809/.822 175/4.81 7. Christy Nentwig 96-00 18-53-4 86 4344 2687.876 382/5.28

GOALS IN A SEASON 143 2006-07 134 1994-95 116 1995-96 114 1997-98 107 2008-09 105 1998-99 89 2005-06 87 1996-97 84 2004-05 80 2007-08 76 2002-03 72 2001-02

POINTS IN A SEASON 352 2006-07 306 1994-95 261 2008-09 260 1997-98 255 1998-99 246 1995-96 210 2005-06 202 1996-97 185 2007-08 183 2004-05 176 2002-03 155 2001-02 123 1999-00 122 2003-04 119 2000-01


HOCKEY EAST ASSOCIATION The Women’s Hockey East Association proudly enters its eighth season of play after officially commencing league action in the fall of 2002. In seven short years, the conference has emerged as one of the top women’s ice hockey conferences in the nation, having sent three teams to the Frozen Four and seven teams to the NCAA Tournament in the league’s seven-year existence, including most recently New Hampshire’s Frozen Four appearance in 2008. In 2009, the New Hampshire Wildcats took home both their fourth straight regular-season and tournament championships. The University of New Hampshire hosted the seventh annual tournament championship at the Whittemore Center in Durham and Wildcats’ head coach Brian McCloskey was named Hockey East Coach of the Year. Boston College’s Kelli Stack earned Player of the Year honors for the second time in her career, while Providence netminder Genevieve Lacasse was also honored as the Hockey East Rookie of the Year.

Northeastern defenseman Kate Applin and Boston University blueliner Jennifer Arms both earned 4.0 GPA’s on the year to earn Hockey East Top-Scholar Athlete honors for the first time in their Hockey East careers, headling the list of a league-record 90 student-athletes named to the WHEA All-Academic Team. In February 2007, the league debuted its inaugural “Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer”. The one-day event was hosted by Hockey East schools as a way to establish a greater fan base, to raise needed funds, and to work with the specific charities to raise awareness for both the league and the specific cause. In the initial year, close to $20,000 was donated back to local breast cancer charities (Friends of Mel’s Foundation and the American Cancer Society), vastly exceeding expectations. Last year, over $38,000 dollars was raised in the third year of the program to bring the three-year total to over $90,000. “Skating Strides” has won two national awards at NACMA in the “Single Day Attendance Promotion” category in 2007 and 2009. The fourth 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. Fenway Park will also play host for the Hockey East doubleheader on Friday, January 8, 2010, as Northeastern and New Hampshire will faceoff in the first outdoor women’s game in history.

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HISTORY

As women’s ice hockey steadily expanded from its original status as an emerging sport to its current status as an established NCAA 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. Expediting the process in the interests of the participating teams, the league and the sport itself, Commissioner Joe Bertagna worked with a selected task force to successfully prepare the Hockey East women’s league for launch in the 2002-03 season, two years ahead of schedule. An important part of that process was the acceptance of an invitation extended to the University of Connecticut to join the newly formed league as its sixth active member.

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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. In 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-toback winners.


BOSTON COLLEGE Boston College was founded in 1863 by the Society of Jesus to serve the sons of Boston’s Irish immigrants. It was the first institution of higher education to be founded in the city of Boston. Today, it is one of the foremost universities in the nation, with a coeducational enrollment of 14,500 undergraduate and graduate students. Boston College has drawn students from all 50 states and more than 80 countries.

“Deeply rooted in its Catholic and Jesuit origins, Boston College offers an education that is distinctive in spirit and content, that is doubly rich with the best of human thought and with the profound insights of faith,” writes Reverend William P. Leahy, SJ, who assumed the presidency of Boston College in 1996. “We believe that Boston College provides a transforming experience for young men and women.”

Boston College has grown not just in size, but also in stature and diversity. Today, it is ranked among the top 34 national universities by US News & World Report. Its Graduate School of Social Work is listed among the nation’s top 15, also by US News, while the graduate programs of its Lynch School of Education are among the top 20 and its Connell School of Nursing and Law School are among the top 30. In addition, eight undergraduate programs of the Carroll School of Management placed among the top 10 in the nation according to BusinessWeek, with accounting placing first in its category. Boston College is among the nation’s most selective universities, with nearly 30,000 applications received for its 2,250-member Class of 2013, and is numbered among the top American private research universities.

A continued expression of this philosophy, based on the Jesuit principle of cura personalis, or care for the individual, is the faculty’s dedication to teaching. BC faculty members have been honored for their teaching by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Education, while the University’s overall commitment to teaching has been ranked among the nation’s top 20, also by US News & World Report.

After more than a century of growth and evolution, Boston College holds fast to the ideals that inspired its Jesuit founders. The University today remains focused on its mission of helping students to develop their minds and talents while providing them with the motivation and compassion to use those talents in the service of others.

A Boston College education focuses not only on intellectual development, but also on personal, spiritual and physical development. Students are asked to use their abilities, education and acquired skills to help others in need, whether in Boston or Belize. Each year, more than 5,000 undergraduates give some 375,000 hours of community service in the Boston area, while more than 650 students trade vacation for service during Spring Break. Nearly 2,000 students take part in retreats and spiritual formation activities annually.

BC offers a wide variety of resources that enrich intellectual and cultural life beyond the campus gates. Among these are the Jesuit Institute; Center for Ignatian Spirituality; Center for Catholic Education; Church in the 21st Century Center; Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life; Center for Human Rights and International Justice; Center for ChristianJewish Learning; Winston Center for Leadership and Ethics; Center on Wealth and Philanthropy; Center for Retirement Research; Sloan Center on Aging and Work; Center for the Study of Testing, Evaluation and Educational Policy; TIMSS and PIRLS International Study Center; Center for International Higher Education; Burns Library of Rare Books and Special Collections; Robsham Theater Arts Center; McMullen Museum of Art; Center for Child, Family and Community Partnerships; Center for Corporate Citizenship; Center for Work and Family; Center for Irish Programs; Urban Ecology Institute and Weston Observatory.

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THIS IS BC

Today, the Boston College motto “ever to excel” also extends to a broad array of extracurricular activities and opportunities ranging from sports to the arts. Athletics is integral to the University’s focus on the development of the whole person in body as well as in mind and spirit. BC offers 31 men’s and women’s varsity sports, all of which compete at the NCAA Division I level, and annually has one of the highest graduation rates in Division IA.


DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

GENE DeFILIPPO

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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. DeFilippo has made a significant impact on the program internally, in the Boston community, and from a national standpoint while molding it into one of the nation’s elite both on and off the playing field. 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. DeFilippo is credited with spearheading efforts to strengthen BC’s athletics program in a number of areas, including facilities, fundraising, staffing and academic support. Boston College student-athletes’ achievements in the classroom have become an immense source of pride for the University and its supporters. The Office of Learning Resources for Student-Athletes recently moved into a brand new home in the Yawkey Athletics Center. Under DeFilippo’s leadership, 363 BC student-athletes maintained a grade point average of 3.0 or better during the 2008-09 academic year, 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. Also under DeFilippo’s leadership, U.S. News and World Report honored Boston College as one of the top 20 athletics departments in the country. DeFilippo has restructured the athletics program and hired top-notch administrators. He initiated 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 and video boards, new soccer, field hockey and lacrosse facilities 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, freeing up critically needed space in Conte Forum for women’s athletics and other Olympic sports teams. 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.

At Boston College, DeFilippo is responsible for the administration and management of a broad-based athletics program committed to the pursuit of excellence in both intercollegiate competition and academic achievement. The Boston College program is comprised of approximately 750 student-athletes participating in 31 men’s and women’s varsity sports, all of which compete at the NCAA Division I level, in addition to a wide variety of intramural, recreation and club sports. Boston College also is a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference and Hockey East.

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 Athletics contributed $18 million in 2008-09, the third-highest total in BC Athletics history and 50 percent more than just four years ago. The 4,600 donors to the Flynn Fund prove that there is strength in numbers; nearly 700 alumni, parents and friends have given to BC Athletics for at least 10 consecutive years.

As both a top-level administrator and a former Division I football coach, DeFilippo brought to Boston College a wide range of experience on and off the field. From 1993-97, he served as director of athletics at Villanova University, where he was named to the NCAA Division I Management Council. At Villanova, his tenure included the 1997 Big East regular-season men’s basketball tournament title; 1994 NIT men’s basketball championship; two NCAA championships for women’s cross country, and a Rhodes Scholar, among others. In addition to the NCAA Division I Management Council, DeFilippo was named to the NCAA Nominating Committee, the NCAA Special Committee on Marketing, Promotions and Licensing and the executive board of the Philadelphia Sports congress.

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 2008-09 season, the football team appeared in a school-record 10th consecutive bowl game and made a second consecutive trip to the ACC Championship Game. In 2008, the men’s ice hockey team won its third national championship after advancing to the championship game for the third straight year and the Frozen Four for the eighth time in 11 seasons. 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. DeFilippo is extremely active on the national scene. He is the past president of NACDA (National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics), the nation’s Division I-A Athletics Directors’ organization, and is a member of the Board of Directors of the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame. He was also a representative to the NCAA Division I Management Council. DeFilippo was named the 2000-01 Division I-A Northeast Region NACDA/Continental Airlines AD of the Year. He was honored at the annual NACDA convention in Salt Lake City in June 2001. He received the “Penguin of the Year” Award from Youngstown State University in 2003 and the Distinguished Alumni Award from Springfield College in 2001. In April of 2000, he was awarded the “I Migliori” plaque at the Pirandello Lyceum’s annual awards banquet, honoring outstanding achievements and exemplary lives of Italian-Americans.

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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 MidContinent 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. DeFilippo and his wife, Anne, are the parents of three children – Christine Eldred (recently married to Matt Eldred), a guidance counselor; John, assistant quarterbacks coach for the New York Jets, and Mary, marketing and sales coordinator for Fenway Sports Group.



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