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PHOTOS BY: STEPHEN SLADE

*Hockey East Game

BOSTON UNIVERSITY* STORRS, CT at Boston University* Boston, MA NORTHEASTERN* STORRS, CT MERRIMACK* STORRS, CT at Merrimack* North Andover, MA BOSTON UNIVERSITY* STORRS, CT PROVIDENCE* STORRS, CT at Providence* Providence, RI NORTHEASTERN* STORRS, CT at Northeastern* Boston, MA VERMONT* STORRS, CT VERMONT* STORRS, CT at Boston College* Chestnut Hill, MA at Providence* Providence, RI at Maine* Orono, ME at Maine* Orono, ME NEW HAMPSHIRE* STORRS, CT NEW HAMPSHIRE* STORRS, CT

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Hamden, CT Hamden, CT

at Union Schenectady, NY at Union Schenectady, NY QUINNIPIAC STORRS, CT at RPI Troy, NY at RPI Troy, NY PENN STATE STORRS, CT PENN STATE STORRS, CT BOSTON COLLEGE* STORRS, CT at Boston College* Chestnut Hill, MA at Merrimack* North Andover, MA Durham, NH at New Hampshire* at Brown Providence, RI MAINE* STORRS, CT at Vermont* Burlington, VT Nutmeg Classic Fri., Nov. 25 vs. Yale Sat., Nov. 26 Championship

Fri., Sept. 30 Sat., Oct. 1 FRI., OCT. 7 Fri., Oct. 14 Fri., Oct. 15 FRI., OCT. 21 SAT., OCT. 22 FRI., OCT. 28 Sat., Oct. 29 Sat., Nov. 5 Sun., Nov. 6 Tue., Nov. 8 FRI., NOV. 18 Sun., Nov. 20


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Quick Facts/Contents

The University

of Connecticut Location.........................................................................................................Storrs, Conn. Founded....................................................................................................................... 1881 Enrollment................................................................................................................. 31,119 Colors..........................................................................National Flag Blue (Navy) & White Nickname.................................................................................................. Huskies, UConn Conference..................................................................................................... Hockey East President....................................................................................................... Susan Herbst Director of Athletics.................................................................................. David Benedict Associate Director of Athletics (Senior Women’s Administrator)................Beth Goetz Associate Director of Athletics (Program Administrator)...............................Vic Cegles Athletic Phone........................................................................................... (860) 486-2725 Athletic Fax................................................................................................(860) 486-3300 Athletic Ticket Office................................................................................ (860) 486-2724 Facility (Capacity).............................................. Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum (2,000) Ice Size................................................................................................200 x 85 (NHL Size)

Connecticut Women’s Ice Hockey

Head Coach....................................................................... Chris MacKenzie (Niagara ’00) Record at Connecticut.................................................................37-57-15, Fourth season Overall Record............................................................................... 60-88-25, Five seasons Assistant Coach...............................................................Casey Handrahan (Niagara ’04) Assistant Coach........................................................... Jaclyn Hawkins (Connecticut ’08) Assistant Coach......................................................... Carson Duggan (St. Lawrence ’09) Office Phones............................................................................................ (860) 486-0612 ...................................................................................................................(860) 486-0673 .................................................................................................................. (860) 486-9056 2015-16 Overall Record............................................................................................. 17-15-5 2015-16 Hockey East Record.................................................................................... 11-10-3 2015-16 Hockey East Finish...................................................................................... Fourth Letterwinners Returning/Lost..................................................................................... 15/7 Newcomers................................................................................................................ Eight

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Quick Facts.................................................... 2 Schedule........................................................ 3 Facilities...................................................... 4-5 Huskies in the Community......................... 6-7 Academics..................................................... 8 Head Coach Chris MacKenzie....................... 9 Assistant Coaches................................... 10-12 Player Bios....................................................13 Seniors..................................................... 14-16 Juniors.....................................................17-24 Sophomores........................................... 25-28 Newcomers............................................ 29-30 2015-16 Results.............................................31 2015-16 Season Statistics............................ 32 UConn Records...................................... 33-34 Year-by-Year Results.............................. 35-40 All-Time Series............................................. 42 All-Time Letterwinners............................... 43 Award Winners.......................................44-45 Support Staff...............................................46 Hockey East................................................. 47

Athletic Communications

Associate Director of Athletics for Communications............................. Michael Enright Assistant Director of Athletic Communications................................... Patrick McKenna Assistant Director of Athletic Communications............................................ Phil Chardis Assistant Director of Athletic Communications...........................................Bill Peterson Athletic Comm. Assistants....................Jennifer Greene, Steven Lewis and Chris Jones Women’s Ice Hockey Contact.................................................................Jennifer Greene Contact Office Phone................................................................................ (860) 486-1496 Contact Cell Phone..................................................................................... (207) 712-9809 Contact Email...................................................................... jennifer.greene@uconn.edu Communications Office.............................................................................(860) 486-3531 Communications Fax.................................................................................(860) 486-5085 Athletics Web Site.............................................................................. UConnHuskies.com

The University of Connecticut is committed to honoring collegiate athletic competition by demonstrating pride, responsibility and respect. The UConn community, fans, alumni, students, coaches and student-athletes promote these core values as proud Huskies and first class competitors.


2016-17 REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE 9.30 | at Union | 6 P.M.

12.3 | at Boston University * | 3 P.M.

10.1 | at Union | 3 P.M.

1.2 | NORTHEASTERN * | 7 P.M.

10.7 | QUINNIPIAC | 7 P.M.

1.6 | MERRIMACK * | 7 P. M.

10.14 | at Rensselaer | 6 P.M.

1.7 | at Merrimack * | 2 P. M.

10.15 | at Rensselaer | 3 P.M.

1.10 | BOSTON UNIVERSITY * | 7 P.M.

10.21 | PENN STATE | 7 P.M.

1.14 | PROVIDENCE * | 2 P.M.

10.22 | PENN STATE | 2 P.M.

1.15 | at Providence * | 2 P.M.

10.28 | BOSTON COLLEGE * | 7 P.M.

1.20 | NORTHEASTERN * | 7 P.M.

10.29 | at Boston College * | 2 P.M.

1.21 | at Northeastern | 3 P.M.

11.5 | at Merrimack * | 2 P.M.

1.27 | VERMONT * | 7 P.M.

11.6 | at New Hampshire * | 2 P.M.

1.28 | VERMONT * | 2 P.M.

11.8 | at Brown | 6 P.M.

2.3 | at Boston College * | 7 P.M.

11.18 | MAINE * | 7 P.M.

2.5 | at Providence * | 2 P.M.

11.20 | at Vermont * | 2 P.M.

2.10 | at Maine * | 7 P.M.

11.25 | YALE ^ | 6 P.M.

2.11 | at Maine * | 2 P.M.

11.26 | Quinnipiac/Merrimack ^ | TBA

2.17 | NEW HAMPSHIRE * | 7 P.M.

12.2 | BOSTON UNIVERSITY * | 7 P.M.

2.18 | NEW HAMPSHIRE * | 2 P.M.

* Denotes Hockey East game ^ Denotes Nutmeg Classic at TD Bank Sports Center in Hamden, Conn.


Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum

The Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum houses the women’s ice hockey program at the University of Connecticut. The 4.2 million dollar facility opened in 1998 and also houses the women’s ice hockey locker room and players’ lounge. The state-of-the-art Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum is a yearround facility. The main building totals 53,000 square feet in a 230x230 foot structure. The skating facility includes a National Hockey League regulation 200x85 foot skating surface and a seating capacity of just under 2,000.

Locker Room Players’ Lounge


The strength and conditioning program for the UConn women’s ice hockey team is coordinated and directed by Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach Joel DeMarco.

Weight Room

UConn athletes have the use of two different weight rooms in Gampel Pavilion along with the Field House Weight Room, which feature custom made multi-use racks with platforms, dumbbell racks, cable machines and various Cybex Machines.

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HUSKIES IN THE COMMUNITY Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer

For the past nine years, UConn has joined Hockey East in raising funds for Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer.

UConn has led the entire Hockey East conference in funds raised since the inception of Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer. Over the past nine years the Huskies have raised more than $75,000. 6

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Skate With The Huskies

The UConn women’s ice hockey team continued their annual tradition of hosting a “Skate With The Huskies” event, where kids from the local communities came to select games throughout the season and were able to skate with the team following the contests.

Community Service The Huskies are extremely active in community service endeavors. Most recently, the team took part in the Husky Reach BBQ at Verplanck Elementary School (right)


Academic Counseling The Counseling Program for Intercollegiate Athletes, a unit within the Division of Academic Affairs, is the academic support program for the University of Connecticut’s 650 student-athletes. The primary goal of the program is to assist student-athletes in reaching their educational goals while they compete in intercollegiate athletics. As academic affairs officers, CPIA counselors function as liaisons between the athletic and academic communities. Annie Belanger 2016 Academic All-Star

93 H ockey E ast A ll -A cademic T eam Janelle Armitage - 03, 04, 05, 06 Lisa Beck - 03, 04, 05 Annie Belanger - 15, 16 Brittany Berisoff - 14 Michelle Binning - 09 Maude Blain - 10, 11 Leah Buress - 16 Jaclyn Camardo - 09, 10, 11 Nicole Camardo - 09, 10, 11 Kayla Campero - 13 Michela Cava - 14 Jennifer Chaisson - 11 Britney Chandler - 08 Elaine Chuli - 13, 14, 15, 16 Shannon Connolly - 03, 04, 05 Sami Evelyn - 11, 12 Claire Francis - 10, 11 Jaime Fox - 16 Liz Gallinaro - 07, 08 Alexandra Garcia - 09, 10, 11, 12 Emily Grant - 04 Caitlin Hewes - 12, 14, 15, 16 Rebecca Hewett - 10, 11,12 Olivia Hogan - 07 Jennifer Houlden - 03, 04, 06 Christie Houser - 08 Casey Knajdek - 12, 13 Nicole LeFave - 04, 05 Alexandra Lersch - 14, 15, 16 Leah Lum - 16 Jessica Lutz - 08

Sarah MacDonnell - 12, 13, 14 Nora Maclaine - 16 Sara Mahoney - 03, 04 Julie Marashio - 03, 04 Megan McLeod - 05 Sarah Moses - 13, 14 Shannon Murphy - 04, 05 Kiana Nauheim - 12 Lauren O’Conner - 03 Cassandra Opela - 16 Carli Pridmore - 12 Alicia Ramolla - 06, 07 Samantha Reid - 08, 09 Lindsay Roethke - 15, 16 Kristen Russell - 08, 09 Caitlin Salazer-Reid - 04 Josette Severyn - 05, 06 Jocelyn Slattery - 11, 12 Emily Snodgrass - 12, 13 Stefanie Snow - 03, 04 Erika Spaeth - 03, 04 Kaitlin Storo - 14 Jody Sydor - 08, 11 Nicole Tritter - 08, 09 Katherine Van Deveire - 04, 05, 07 Viivi Vaattovaara - 14 Natalie Vibert - 04, 06, 07 Angie Wallace - 04 Maggie Walsh - 11, 12 Brittany Wilson - 08, 09 Margaret Zimmer - 13, 14, 15, 16


C hris M ac K enzie Head Coach - Fourth Season - Niagara (’00) Now entering his fourth year at the helm of the program, Chris MacKenzie was named the second head women’s ice hockey coach in program history at the University of Connecticut on May 2, 2013. A 13-year veteran of the collegiate coaching ranks, MacKenzie brings experience in both the women’s and men’s games to his post at UConn. MacKenzie helped the Huskies to their first winning record since 2009-10 and a second-straight WHEA post season appearance in the 2015-16 season. UConn finished fourth in the league after the regular season and earned hosting rights for the WHEA quarterfinals. The Huskies capped off their 2015-16 season in the Hockey East semifinals where they fell for the second consecutive year to conference front-runner Boston College. Mackenzie boasted an All-American in the 2015-16 season when Elaine Chuli earned All-America Second Team honors. A 2015 Hockey East Coach of the Year finalist, MacKenzie guided UConn to its most successful season on the ice in five years during his second season as the Huskies advanced to the 2015 Hockey East Tournament Semifinals for the first time since 2010. Overall, the Huskies posted an 11-18-8 record in ‘14-15, shaving six losses from the year prior. UConn won a WHEA Championship quarterfinal series at Maine, sweeping two from the Black Bears to advance to the semifinals Hyannis. During MacKenzie’s inaugural season in Storrs in 2013-14, the Huskies posted a six-win improvement from the prior year, the thirdbest mark in the NCAA. The signature win of the campaign came at home on Feb. 9, 2014, when UConn blanked then-No. 7 Boston College at Freitas Ice Forum for the program’s first win over a ranked opponent since 2010. MacKenzie’s charges also excelled in the classroom during his first season, with UConn placing 12 student-athletes on the Women’s Hockey East All-Academic Squad. For the 2012-13 season, MacKenzie served as the assistant women’s coach at Ohio State. The Buckeyes posted a 19-15-3 and fourth place finish in the WCHA. The 19 wins marked the second best win total in program history and the team reached as high as number six in the USCHO poll; the highest in program history. Prior to joining the OSU staff, MacKenzie spent a two-year stint as the head coach for his alma mater at Niagara University, a year before the program was discontinued by the university. In two seasons, the Purple Eagles registered a 23-31-10 record, including two second place finishes in the CHA. MacKenzie coached on the men’s side for his first eight seasons at UMass-Lowell. During those eight seasons, the Riverhawks experienced three 20-win seasons and were the Hockey East Tournament runner ups in 2009. As a player and 2000 graduate at Niagara, MacKenzie served as a team captain for all four seasons upon the program’s inception in 1996. As a senior, he helped the Purple Eagles to a CHA Regular Season and Tournament Championship as well as an appearance in the NCAA Quarterfinals. As a freshman, MacKenzie was honored by then-head coach Blaise MacDonald and then-assistant coach Dave Burkholder as the program’s first captain. He currently holds several records at Niagara, including most goals, assists and points in a career and season by a defenseman. MacKenzie received Player of the Year honor in 1998 and was a CHA All-Star 2000. MacKenzie earned his bachelor’s of arts in Commerce from Niagara in 2000, graduating Cum Laude, and earned a master’s of arts in psychology from UMass-Lowell in 2003. MacKenzie and his wife Allison have a daughter Morgan, and a son, Ren.

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C asey H andrahan Assistant Coach Fourth Season Niagara (’04) A veteran of the hockey ranks with head coaching and professional playing experience, Casey Handrahan is in his fourth season as an assistant coach at UConn. Handrahan helped the Huskies reach the WHEA Tournament semifinals for the first time in five years in 201415, as UConn won a WHEA playoff series at Maine before making the trip to Hyannis for the first time since 2010. Under his guidance, the UConn power play ranked in the top-half nationally and its penalty kill came in at second in Hockey East. He also helped to mentor goaltender Elaine Chuli to her second-straight WHEA Honorable Mention All Star nod. During his first year in Storrs in 2013-14, the Huskies posted a six-win improvement from the previous season. In addition to primary responsibilities with the UConn defensemen, Handrahan spearheaded a special teams unit that ranked as high as No. 2 in the nation in penalty kill during the season. Handrahan came to UConn to join Chris MacKenzie’s first staff after spending the prior three seasons as the head coach and assistant athletic director at Neumann University. Handrahan compiled a 35-36-7 overall record over three years at the helm of the Neumann Knights. In his inaugural season with the Knights the team achieved its highest overall season winning percentage in program history with a 16-7-4 overall record. Under his tutelage, two student-athletes were placed on AllECAC teams. Handrahan’s teams were not only successful on the ice but also in the classroom as 25 studentathletes were placed on all-academic teams over his three years. Prior to Neumann, Handrahan spent five seasons as a professional hockey player. In 2006, he was an integral part of the Kalamazoo K-Wings defense that won the Turner and Colonial Cup Championships in the United Hockey League. In the 2007-08 season, he was named the Defenseman of the Year with the Bloomington Prairie Thunder of the International Hockey League. In that same season, he was called-up to the American Hockey League for a stint with the Peoria Rivermen. In 2009, Handrahan went back to Kalamazoo and played his final season as a player-assistant. A native of Niagara Falls, Ontario, Handrahan played his collegiate years at Niagara University. In 2004, he made his impact as the team won the CHA Championship and advanced to the NCAA tournament. While a Purple Eagle, Handrahan was named to the CHA All-Academic Team twice and received his bachelor’s degree in business marketing. Handrahan and his wife, Kelly have two daughters, Madison and Ryley, and a son, Michael.

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J aclyn H awkins Assistant Coach Fourth Season UConn (’08) Jaclyn Hawkins, a 2008 Husky graduate and the program’s all-time leading scorer, returned to Storrs in 2013-14 for her fourth stint behind the bench as an assistant coach. She is currently in the third season of her current run and holds primary responsibility for the UConn forwards, while also serving as the program’s liasion to multiple off-ice and recruiting efforts. After helping UConn to six-win improvement during her first season in 2013-14, Hawkins helped guide the Huskies to their most postseason success in five years in ‘14-15. The Huskies advanced to the WHEA Tournament semifinals for the first time since 2010 after winning a quarterfinal series at Maine. Under her guidance, three UConn forwards cracked the top-10 in all-time scoring at UConn during 2014-15, with Kayla Campero, Sarah MacDonnell and Emily Snodgrass all breaking into the UConn record books. MacDonnell finished her senior season with 30 points, finishing tied for 16th in Hockey East in scoring. In the two years prior to Hawkins’ return to Storrs, she served as the Director of Player & Organization Development for the Connecticut Northern Lights Hawkins is familiar with the Huskies’ program after compiling a successful four-year career as a student-athlete and then moving from the ice to behind the bench and becoming a UConn assistant for the 2008-09 season. The Manotick, Ontario native returns to Storrs as an assistant coach after serving as the Director of Player and Organization development with the Connecticut Northern Lights in Simsbury. During her two years in Simsbury, Hawkins provided hockey services such as training, coaching and playing an integral role in the prep/college process for the athletes. Additionally, she designed and implemented off-ice stick handling and shooting, oversaw coaching requirements and ensured all coaches abided by USAH regulations and was a lead member of the Hockey Operations Committee. In 2010, Hawkins created the website www.WomensHockeyLife.com which provides a multitude of services to female hockey players, parents and coaches. The site assists in sending players overseas, to college and prep schools. It also provides information to females on present and future opportunities while providing personal insight from players at all levels through blogs, success stories and advice from coaches. Hawkins played professionally in Switzerland for the ZSC Lions during the 2009-10 season. In 18 games there, she led the team with 29 goals and 26 assists for 55 points and helped the Lions to their first ever Swiss Championship game. Hawkins, the 2004-05 Hockey East Rookie of the Year, served as a captain her senior and junior years at UConn, as well as an alternate captain her sophomore season. She led the Huskies with a program-high 27 assists this past season while adding 14 goals for 41 points. Hawkins currently leads the UConn program in career goals, assists and points as she finished her collegiate career with the Huskies earning a program-record 22 wins. In a total of 137 games with the Huskies, Hawkins contributed 144 points on 69 goals scored and 75 assists. As a junior, she led the Huskies with 18 goals, 18 assists and 36 points. As a sophomore, she led the program in all three categories as well, including 12 goals, 15 assists and 27 points.

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C arson D uggan Assistant Coach First Season St. Lawrence (’09) Duggan joins the UConn staff, after a three-year tenure with the Ohio State women’s hockey program. During her time with the Buckeyes, Duggan guided Ohio State student-athletes to recognition both on and off the ice, including All-WCHA, All-USCHO, Academic All-Big Ten, WCHA and Ohio State Scholar-Athletes. Prior to her time at Ohio State, Duggan spent two seasons as head coach at Division III Trinity College. After serving one season as an assistant coach at Trinity, Duggan was promoted to interim head coach for the 2011-12 season. She was named head coach of the program in the spring of 2012 and in her two seasons at the helm, guided the Bantams to an overall record of 28-19-4. The Ma-Me-O Beach, Alberta native was honored as NESCAC Coach of the Year by her coaching peers and also named New England Hockey Writers Division II/III Coach of the Year by the media in her first season as head coach. She earned her master’s degree in economics from Trinity in 2012. A four-year letter-winner for St. Lawrence, Duggan graduated cum laude in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in economics. She finished her career as one of the most decorated players in program history, becoming the first at St. Lawrence to score over 100 career goals and helping the Saints to four consecutive NCAA tournament appearances.

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Player Profiles

Senior Jessica Stott

Senior Kelly Harris

Senior Lexi Lersch

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Kelly Harris Canton, Mich. Little Caesars Hockey Club 5-7 | Forward | Senior | L

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2015-16: Skated in 31 games…scored four goals and contributed five assists for a combined 10 points…finished the season with 21 blocks…assisted Madison Badeau’s equalizer in 4-3 victory against SU (Oct. 17)…scored her first goal of the season, UConn’s only goal, at Northeastern (Jan. 5)…tallied a season-high two points on two occasions…picked up two assists at Merrimack (Jan. 9)…recorded a goal and an assist against Providence (Jan. 17)…scored one goal to give UConn a temporary lead over Boston College (Feb. 6)… scored the game-winning goal against Maine (Feb 13)…assisted Theresa Knutson’s power play goal in game two of the Hockey East quarterfinals against UNH (Feb. 27). 2014-15: Dressed in 35 contests...finished with eight goals and six assists to total 14 points...had five power play goals, second on the team...posted two points with a goal and an assist at Union (Oct. 10)...scored in both games of a series at Rensselaer (Oct. 25 and 26)...had two points, including a game-winning goal, against Vermont (Jan. 10). 2013-14: Skated in 30 contests and led UConn rookies with five points, coming off a goal and four assists...notched her first career point with an assist at Maine (Nov. 3)...scored her first goal on the power play against Providence (Nov. 10)...had a three-game point streak from Nov. 3-Nov. 10. Before UConn: Played for Little Caesars Hockey Club under Dave Erwin...earned HPHL Academic Honors at Canton High...also played lacrosse, earning All-State Honorable Mention. Personal: Kelly Jean Harris...born Nov. 11, 1994...daughter of Gary and Kimberly...has a brother, Jeffery and a sister, Lindsey...majoring in human development & family studies.

Career Stats Year GP-GS G A 2013-14 29 0 1 2014-15 30 0 2 2015-16 30 0 0 TOTAL 89 0 3

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Pts SH 1 5 2 10 0 6 3 21

+/- -3 -7 -3 -13

P 3 4 11 18

PIM 6 8 22 36

PPG SH GW BLK 0 0 0 31 0 0 0 21 0 0 0 30 0 0 0 82

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Lexi Lersch Manhattan Beach, Calif. Choate Rosemary Hall 5-6 | Defense | Senior | L 2015-16: Appeared in 30 games…fired six shots and finished with a total of 30 blocks…finished +2 on two occasions, first at Boston University (Dec. 6) and then again against Providence (Jan. 17). 2014-15: Skated in 30 contests...recorded a pair of assists and 21 blocked shots...dished out a helper and was a +1 in a win at Union (Oct. 10)...assisted on the lone goal at No. 1 Boston College (Nov. 21)...was a +1 in threestraight contests from Nov. 29-Jan. 11. 2013-14: Played in 29 games during her freshman campaign...picked up her first career point with an assist at Vermont (Jan. 11)...posted a -3 rating, best among all defensemen...named a Hockey East Academic All-Star following the season. Before UConn: Played prep hockey at Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Conn. for three years...was an assistant captain her senior season...led team to the semifinals of the New England championships...played club hockey for the Lady Ducks and Connecticut Polar Bears, earning five medals in seven years...also played lacrosse at Choate, captaining the team as a senior... was on the Dean’s List for five terms at Choate. Personal: Alexandra Marie Lersch...born May 6, 1994... daughter of Jeffrey and Lori...has two siblings, brother Jeffrey and sister Jessica...majoring in finance.

Career Stats Year GP-GS G A 2013-14 29 0 1 2014-15 30 0 2 2015-16 30 0 0 TOTAL 89 0 3

Pts SH 1 5 2 10 0 6 3 21

+/- -3 -7 -3 -13

P 3 4 11 18

PIM 6 8 22 36

PPG SH GW BLK 0 0 0 31 0 0 0 21 0 0 0 30 0 0 0 82

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Jessica Stott Niverville, Manitoba Shaftesbury Prep 5-6 | Defense | Senior | R

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2015-16: Skated in all 37 games…finished the season with six points (1g, 5a)…led the team with 60 blocked shots…tallied a season-high two points with a goal and an assist against Boston College (Feb. 6)…assisted the equalizer in a 4-3 win against Syracuse (Oct. 17)… picked up an assist in the two-game sweep of Penn State (Oct. 25)…recorded one assist at Merrimack (Jan. 9)…had an assist in game two of the Hockey East quarterfinals against UNH (Feb. 27). 2014-15: Saw time in all 37 contests...scored a goal and added an assist for two points...finished among the WHEA leaders with 69 blocked shots...was a -3 on the year, best among UConn defensemen...picked up an assist in a tie at RPI (Oct. 26)...scored in a win at Maine (Feb. 22). 2013-14: Played in 33 games during her rookie season... finished the year with two points...scored her first career goal with a power play tally vs. RPI (Oct. 25)...had an assist vs. Providence (Nov. 10). Before UConn: Played varsity ice hockey at Shaftesbury, serving as an assistant captain...also was a member of the Team Manitoba U18 squad, earning a silver medal at the Women’s National Hockey Championships...also was a Team Manitoba member for the U16 and U18 field hockey teams. Personal: Jessica Jodie Lynn Stott...born Feb. 25, 1995... daughter of David and Crystal...has one sister, Madisson...majoring in human development & family studies.

Career Stats Year GP-GS G A 2013-14 33 1 1 2014-15 37 1 1 2015-16 37 1 5 TOTAL 107 3 7

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Pts SH 2 16 2 18 6 33 10 67

+/- -5 -3 -3 -11

P 2 3 5 10

PIM 4 6 10 20

PPG SH GW BLK 1 0 0 36 0 0 0 69 0 0 0 60 1 0 0 165

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Madison Badeau Courtice, Ontario Whitby Jr. Wolves 6-0 | Forward | Junior | R 2015-16: Played in 35 games…finished the season with three points, one goal and two assists...fired 20 shots and blocked 16…took credit for the assist on a power play goal in the 2-2 tie against Union (Oct. 3)… scored one of two game-tying goals in the 4-3 victory against Syracuse (Oct. 17)…assisted the game-winning goal in a 2-1 victory at Vermont (Jan. 29). 2014-15: Skated in 29 contests as a freshman...scored her first collegiate goal, a game-winner, against Yale (Nov. 29) in the Nutmeg Classic consolation game... fired 22 shots on the year. Before UConn: Played prep hockey for the Jr. Wolves Intermediate Team...helped her squad to back-toback PWHL Junior League titles...in 2013-14, finished 15th in the league in scoring with 11 goals and 21 assists...team won the junior showcase at the 201314 Stoney Creek & Washington Tournament...also played volleyball and basketball in high school at Holy Trinity Catholic...four-year honor roll student at Holy Trinity. Personal: Madison Mary Badeau...daughter of Mary and Rene Badeau and step-daughter of Jim Jackson... has one brother, Jordon...majoring in economics.

Career Stats Year GP-GS G A 2014-15 29 1 0 2015-16 35 1 2 TOTAL 29 1 0

Pts SH 1 22 3 20 1 42

+/- -5 -13 -5

P 2 1 2

PIM 4 2 4

PPG SH GW BLK 0 0 1 6 0 0 0 16 0 0 1 22

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Annie Belanger

Sherbrooke, Quebec Champlain College | Team Quebec U-18 5-9 | Goaltender | Junior 2015-16: Started in 11 games…stopped 300 shots on the season…finishing with a .906 save percentage and a 2.76 goals against average…recorded a career-best five wins…tallied 30+ saves on four occasions…put up a 33-save performance against Syracuse (Oct. 17) and another 31 saves in her next appearance in goal at Penn State (Oct. 25)…recorded 36 saves at Northeastern (Jan. 5)…tallied 53 saves in the twogame series with Merrimack (Jan. 9-10)…posted a seasonhigh 38 saves against Princeton (Jan. 25). 2014-15: Played in 14 games as a rookie, making 12 starts in goal...finished the year with a 2.65 GAA and a .926 save percentage...two-time WHEA Rookie of the Week...notched 37 saves in a tie at Syracuse (Oct. 19)...recorded her first collegiate win with 25 saves against Brown (Nov. 4)...turned in a 48-save performance to preserve a tie against Northeastern (Feb. 15). Before UConn: Attended prep school at Champlain College in Lennoxville, Quebec...was a member of Team Quebec at the 2011 National Women’s Under-18 Championship...helped Team Quebec to a silver medal at the competition... named team MVP at Champlain in 2012-13 and 2013-14...also won league MVP honors in ‘13-14 and was a first team league all star...helped Champlain win the RSEQ league...also played basketball at the AAA level in Quebec, finishing seventh in her league in scoring and top-five in rebounding...in high school, was named the 2010 Student-Athlete of the Year at Triolet. Personal: Annie Belanger...daughter of Louis Belanger and Carmen Guimond...has one brother, David...majoring in finance

Career Stats Year GP Min. SV SV% GA GAA 2014-15 14 768:53 425 .926 34 2.65 2015-16 11 673:50 300 .906 31 2.76 TOTAL 25 1442:43 725 .918 65 2.70

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Cydnee Cook Winnipeg, Manitoba Shaftesbury Prep 5-4 | Defense | Junior | R

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2015-16: Saw action in 30 games…had one assist on the season…fired 13 shots and finished +2 on the season…blocked 25 shots…assisted UConn’s first goal in the 4-3 victory over Maine (Feb. 13). 2014-15: Made 36 appearances as a freshman... finished the year with five assists and 41 blocked shot...was an even or positive plus/minus in 26 contests...dished out two helpers for her first career points at Providence (Nov. 9)...notched an assist in the WHEA Quarters at Maine (Feb. 27)... had a season-high five blocked shots in the WHEA Semis vs. No. 1 Boston College (March 7). Before UConn: Played prep hockey for Shaftesbury Prep in Winnipeg alongside UConn classmate Justine Fredette...was an assistant captain as a senior in 2014...helped Shaftesbury to the Canadian World Sport School Championship and the Two Nations Tier 1 Elite League Title...recipient of the coaches award in 2014. Personal: Cydnee Michele Cook...daughter of Dave and Lisa Cook...has an older brother, Tyler... an agriculture & resource economics major.

Career Stats Year GP-GS G A 2014-15 36 0 5 2015-16 30 0 1 TOTAL 66 0 6

Pts SH 5 11 1 13 6 24

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P 5 3 8

PIM 10 6 16

PPG SH GW BLK 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 22

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Justine Fredette Winnipeg, Manitoba Shaftesbury Prep 5-5 | Forward | Junior | L 2015-16: Saw action in all 37 games…led the team in assists with 18 and was second in overall points…finished the season with eight goals, two of which were game-winners and 18 assists for a total of 26 points…scored 2 goals, including the game-winner, and added an assist for three points against Vermont (Nov. 20)…racked up a season-high four points (1g, 3a) against Boston University (Dec. 5)…grabbed a pair of goals against Merrimack (Jan. 10)…totaled three assists in the Providence series (Jan. 16-17)…nabbed the gamewinning goal against Providence (Feb. 7)…picked up two assists in back-to-back series with UNH (Feb 21 & 27), one of which was in game two of the Hockey East quarterfinals… scored the game-tying goal in the Hockey East semifinals against Boston College (March 5). 2014-15: Suited up for 28 contests in her rookie season... scored three goals and added two assists for five points... fired 29 shots and blocked 22 on the year...notched her first career tally in a win over Brown (Nov. 4)...scored on the power play against No. 7 Boston University (Nov. 15)...scored the game-winner in game one of a WHEA quarterfinal series at Maine (Feb. 27). Before UConn: Played prep hockey for Shaftesbury Prep in Winnipeg alongside UConn classmate Cydnee Cook... helped Shaftesbury to the Canadian World Sport School Championship, scoring a natural hat trick in the final...also won the Two Nations Tier 1 Elite League Title...scored 51 goals, a Shaftesbury single-season record, and added 30 assists in 2014...also played soccer at Shaftesbury. Personal: Justine Summer Fredette...daughter of Richard and Barb Fredette...has a younger brother, Reece...plans to major in business administration at UConn.

Career Stats Year GP G A 2014-15 28 3 2 2015-16 37 8 18 TOTAL 65 11 20

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+/- -6 +13 +7

P 9 8 17

PIM 18 16 34

PPG SH GW BLK 1 0 1 22 3 0 2 24 4 0 3 46

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Theresa Knutson Onalaska, Wis. Onalaska | Team Wisconsin Tier 1 5-6 | Forward | Junior

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2015-16: Played in all 37 games…led the team in goals (19) and points (28)…had the most game-winning goals on the team with six…finished the season +19…scored the gamewinning goal late in the third period and assisted the equalizer against Syracuse (Oct. 17)…assisted the game-winner in game-two to sweep Penn State (Oct. 25)…tallied two goals, including the game-winner, against Merrimack (Nov. 28)… racked up a season-high four points (2g, 2a) against Boston University (Dec. 5) and added two more (1g, 1a) in gametwo(Dec. 6)…racked up four goals, including her first career hat trick, in the home and home series with Providence (Jan. 16 & 17)… opened the scoring for the Huskies in game two of the Hockey East quarterfinals against UNH (Feb. 27)…scored UConn’s first goal against Boston College in the Hockey East semifinals (March 5). 2014-15: Skated in the final 36 games of the season...led all UConn rookies with nine goals and added five assists to total 14 points...fired 95 shots on goal, second on the squad...recorded her first career goal at Syracuse (Oct. 19) as part of a two-point weekend...went on a four-game point streak with three goals from Nov. 4 to Nov. 16...scored in consecutive contests at No. 8 Harvard (Jan. 6) and vs. Vermont (Jan. 10)... scored a goal and finished with a +2 rating at Maine (Feb. 22). Before UConn: Attended Aquinas High School in La Crosse, Wisc. but played prep hockey at Onalaska High School... at Onalaska, became the second-highest scoring player in national high school history with 286 goals and 394 points... three-time All-State...three-time Wisconsin High School Coaches Offensive Player of the Year...2013-14 Wisconsin Miss Hockey Award Winner...led the state of Wisconsin in scoring each of her four years...scored 59, 72, 77 and 78 goals in each of her four seasons, respectively...topped out with 107 points as a sophomore and senior...also played for Team Wisconsin Tier 1 at the U14, U16 and U19 levels...scored at least 18 goals in each season played with Wisconsin Tier 1... most recently, went for a 21-11-32 line with the U19 squad in 2013-14...also played softball and volleyball at Aquinas. Personal: Theresa Marie Knutson...daughter of Ted and Denise Knutson...has twin older brothers, James and Zachary....majoring in sports management.

Career Stats Year GP G A 2014-15 36 9 5 2015-16 37 19 9 TOTAL 73 28 14

Pts SH 14 95 28 102 42 197

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PIM 10 22 32

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Leah Lum Richmond, British Columbia Pacific Steelers 5-5 | Defense | Junior | R 2015-16: Skated in all 37 games and finished third on the team in overall points with 23…her 10 goals tied her for second on the team and 13 assists were the second-most of any player…had one assist against Colgate (Oct. 18)…scored her first goal of the season, the game-winner, in a 1-0 decision against Penn State (Oct. 24)…assisted Brittany Berisoff’s game-winning goal against Merrimack (Nov. 7) and Leah Buress’ game-winner at Maine (Nov. 22)…tallied a season-high three points on two occasions, the first at Vermont (Jan. 30) and then versus UNH in game two of the Hockey East quarterfinals (Feb. 27). 2014-15: Played in all 37 contests as a freshman...Hockey East All-Rookie Team member...top-10 in scoring among WHEA freshmen and defensemen...finished the year with four goals and 15 assists to total 19 points...fired 64 shots and blocked 41...opened her career with a goal and two assists for a threepoint outing vs. No. 10 Minnesota Duluth (Sept. 26)...scored and was a +2 vs. Maine (Oct. 31)...dished out three assists over a two-game sweep of Vermont (Jan. 10 and 11)...posted three assists for the lone playmaker a UConn skater recorded on the year at Maine (Feb. 22). Before UConn: Played club hockey with the Richmond Ravens Female Hockey Association...was also a member of the Pacific Steelers...captained the RRFH midget A team in 201213...competed for the National U-18 British Columbia team in 2012 and 2013...scored two goals in four games at the 2013 National Championships...also ran track and played basketball and soccer in high school. Personal: Leah Tamara Lum...daughter of Randy and Debbie Lum...has one brother, Trevor...majoring in sport management.

Career Stats Year GP G A 2014-15 37 4 15 2015-16 37 10 13 TOTAL 74 14 28

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+/- -15 -1 -16

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PIM 32 24 56

PPG SH GW BLK 0 0 0 41 3 0 1 33 3 0 1 74

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Reese Maccario Marblehead, Mass. Cushing Academy 5-3 | Forward | Junior | R

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2015-16: Appeared in all 37 games…scored three goals and added two assists for a total of five points on the season…fired 37 shots and blocked six…scored the game-winning goal in a 4-3 victory over Penn State to sweep the Nittany Lions in game-two of the series (Oct. 25)…grabbed the team’s only goal to tie the game up against UNH (Nov. 8)…recorded an assist against Merrimack (Jan. 10)…scored a goal in UConn’s closest contest against Boston College (Feb. 6)…picked up one assist in a 3-1 victory against Providence (Feb. 7). 2014-15: Skated in 29 contests as a freshman...finished the year with a goal and three assists for four points... fired 27 shots and was a -3 on the year...notched her first collegiate point with an assist vs. Brown (Nov. 4)... scored her first NCAA goal to give UConn an early lead at No. 1 Boston College (Nov. 21)...assisted on the OT winner in game two of a WHEA quarterfinal series at Maine (Feb. 28). Before UConn: Spent 2013-14 playing with the Boston Shamrocks of the JWHL...in 31 games for the Shamrocks, scored 12 goals and added 15 assists to finish fourth on the squad with 27 points...prior to that, played two years of prep hockey at Cushing Academy in Ashburnham, Mass. ... was an assistant captain as a senior at Cushing...named the team’s Offensive Player of the Year...begin her prep career at St. Mary’s of Lynn in Lynn, Mass., where she was a Lynn All-Star...helped St. Mary’s to a pair of state titles...was a CCL All Star...as an eighth grader, became the first girls hockey player to score a goal in an MIAA game at the now-TD Garden...also played field hockey at Cushing, earning the Purple Stick award. Personal: Marisa Jo Maccario...daguther of Michael and Maria Maccario...has an older brother, Michael, and and older sister, Mia...majoring in sport management.

Career Stats Year GP G A 2014-15 29 1 3 2015-16 37 3 2 TOTAL 68 4 5

Pts SH 4 27 5 37 9 64

+/- -3 -6 -9

P 4 3 7

PIM 8 6 14

PPG SH GW BLK 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 6 1 0 1 8

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Lindsay Roethke Quispamsis, New Brunswick Brewster Academy 5-6 | Forward | Junior | R

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2015-16: Appeared in all 37 games…had one assist on the season…put up 20 shots and blocked 17…assisted Margaret Zimmer’s game-winning goal in the 2-1 victory at Vermont (Jan. 29). 2014-15: Skated in 15 contests as a freshman...finished with two points...had an assist in her first collegiate contest, a win at Union (Oct. 10)...also picked up a helper at Providence (Nov. 9)...fired a season-high two shots at Northeastern (Jan. 3). Before UConn: Played high school hockey at Buffalo High School in Buffalo, Minn. ...played four years for Buffalo under Ray Dahlof...captained the squad as a junior and senior...finished her career as the second-leading scorer in program history with 167 points on 61 goals and a school-record 107 assists...four-time All-Conference... Buffalo won its conference in three of her four years... First Team All-Section as a senior...Minnesota Coaches Association All-State Honorable Mention...participated in the USA Hockey Select-16 National Camp...also played tennis in high school...was named to the All-Conference Academic Team four times and was twice recognized as Academic All-State. Personal: Lindsay Catherine Roethke...daughter of Edward and Jennifer Roethke...has a younger sister, Allison, and a younger brother, Ryan...an allied health sciences major.

Career Stats Year GP G A 2014-15 15 0 2 2015-16 37 0 1 TOTAL 52 0 3

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+/- -4 -15 -19

P 2 4 6

PIM 4 8 12

PPG SH GW BLK 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 17 0 0 0 25

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Jaime Fox Unionville, Ontario Unionville 5-10 | Defense | Sophomore | L

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2015-16: Appeared in 36 games as a freshman…finished the season with one goal and six assists for a total of seven points…blocked 29 shots… earned her first career point against Union (Oct. 3)…assisted the equalizer in the 4-3 victory to sweep Penn State (Oct. 25)… scored her first career goal against Boston University (Dec. 5)…picked up an assist in game-two of the home and home with the Terriers (Dec. 6)…had the gamewinning assist against Providence (Jan. 17)…assisted another game-winner against the Friars (Feb. 7)…recorded an assist in game-one of the sweep at Maine (Feb. 12). Before UConn: Played for the Whitby Wolves...Helped the Wolves earn silver in the 2015 Final Four Championship and gold in the 2014 Final Four Championship... Played in 37 games in the 2014-15 regular season, earning 15 points (2g, 13a)...was on the honor roll all four years of high school...was awarded the Aramark Citizenship Award in 2015. Personal: Jaime Anne Fox...born in June of 1997... daughter of Dave and Julie Fox...has two sisters Dani and Jayden...majoring in accounting.

Career Stats Year GP G A 2015-16 37 1 6 TOTAL 37 1 6

Pts SH 7 34 7 34

+/- -2 -2

P 8 8

PIM 16 16

PPG SH GW BLK 0 0 0 29 0 0 0 29

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Rebecca Lindblad Winnetka, Ill. New Trier | Chicago Young Americans 5-8 | Forward | Sophomore | L

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2015-16: Appeared in 34 games in her inaugural season at UConn…finished the season with one goal and one assist for a combined two points…fired 14 shots and blocked 19…tallied her first career point against Merrimack (Jan. 10)…scored her first career goal in the 3-1 victory against Providence (Feb. 7). Before UConn: Played for both New Trier (three seasons) and Chicago Young Americans (four seasons) in high school...helped New Trier to two state championships (2011-12, 2013-14)...Earned all-state honors her sophomore (2012-13) and junior (2013-14) years... was an assistant captain for her Chicago Young Americans team...was a captain and four-year letter winner on the New Trier golf team...also earned all-state honors and a state championship in golf...was on the honor roll all four years of high school. Personal: Rebecca Colwell Lindblad...born in February of 1997...daughter of Chris and Robyn Lindblad...has an older brother, Jack, and a twin sister, Jen...an exploratory major.

Career Stats Year GP G A 2015-16 34 1 1 TOTAL 34 1 1

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P 13 13

PIM 26 26

PPG SH GW BLK 0 0 0 19 0 0 0 19

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Nora Maclaine Easton, Mass. Oliver Ames 5-8 | Forward | Sophomore | R

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2015-16: Appeared in all 37 games as a freshman…scored one goal and one assist for a combined two points… finished the season with 13 blocked shots…scored her first career goal to give UConn a temporary lead in the 2-2 tie against Merrimack (Jan. 10)…recorded an assist in the 3-1 victory against Providence (Feb 7). Before UConn: Played for the Boston Shamrocks... finished seventh on the team for scoring in 2014...also earned two varsity letters for soccer. Personal: Nora Marie Maclaine...born in November of 1996...daughter of Brian and Lorraine Maclaine...has two brothers, Andrew and Dennis, and a sister Julia... majoring in communications.

Career Stats Year GP G A 2015-16 37 1 1 TOTAL 37 1 1

Pts SH 2 9 2 9

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PIM 4 4

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Kayla Mee Stonewall, Manitoba Shaftesbury Prep 5-11 | Defense | Sophomore | L

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2015-16: Played in all 37 games in her inaugural season as a Husky…scored two goals and was tied for third on the team with 13 assists for a total of 15 points on the season…finished fifth on the team with 34 blocks… earned her first career point against Syracuse (Oct. 17) when she assisted Justine Fredette’s opening goal… scored her first career goal in the 2-0 victory at Maine (Nov. 22)…recorded a season-high two points on two occasions against Merrimack (Nov. 28) and Boston University (Dec. 5)…assisted three goals over the course of four games in home and home series with Providence (Jan.16/17) and Northeastern (Jan. 22/23)…scored her second goal at UNH (Feb. 20)…assisted the game-tying goal in the Hockey East semifinal game against BC (March 5). Before UConn: Played for Shaftesbury Titans Prep... Served as a captain for the Titans in 2014-15...Was voted MVP in 2014-15 for Shaftesbury Titans Prep...Finished as the top defenseman for Shaftesbury Titans Prep for 2014-15 season with 27 points (14g, 13a), six best overall on the team...Helped the Titans to the 2014 World Sport School Challenge Championship Title. Personal: Kayla Deanne Mee...born in May of 1997... daughter of Terry and Denise Mee...has one brother, Tyler...an exploratory major.

Career Stats Year GP G A 2015-16 37 2 13 TOTAL 37 2 13

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P 9 9

PIM 18 18

PPG SH GW BLK 0 0 0 34 0 0 0 34

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Briana Colangelo Forward | 5’8 | Whitby, Ont. | Whitby Jr. Wolves

Before UConn: Played for the Whitby Jr. Wolves…Helped the Wolves earn OWHA Provincial Bronze IAA and PWHL Final Four Silver Medalists last season...was a member of team Ontario Red U18 Championship team in 2015…in 2013, was a part of the Whitby Wolves Midget AA that earned OWHA Provincial Bronze MAA and LLFHL Divisional Champions... in 2012-13, helped lead the Whitby Bantam AA team to the OWHA Provincial Gold title…played soccer from 2005-2011. Personal: Briana Sandra Colangelo…born May of 1998…daughter of Toni and Lou Colangelo…has three siblings, Bailey (16), Brooke (14) and Britney (12)…majoring in psychological sciences.

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Catherine Crawley

Forward | 5’3 | Washingtonville, N.Y. | Mid Fairfield Stars

Before UConn: Played for the Mid Fairfield U19 Stars and for Westminster Prep School…with the Mid Fairfield Stars, has been to USA hockey nationals the past six years, earning one national championship and one second place finish…attended USA Hockey National Development Camp in 2012-14… helped Westminster to a Division A New England girls prep hockey championship in 2013-14 season as a sophomore…named to second team All-New England last year in 2014-15…voted team MVP in 2014-15… Led Westminster in scoring all three season with 41 goals and 48 assists in 72 games…served as a tri-varsity captain for ice hockey, field hockey and softball. Personal: Catherine Jenna Crawley…born January of 1997…daughter of William and Jeanne Crawley…has one older brother, Connor…majoring in nutritional sciences.

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Erica D’Errico Forward | 5’6 | Concord, N.H. | Northern Cyclones

Before UConn: Served as a captain for the Northern Cyclones in 2015-16…recorded 14 goals, 16 assists in 24 games, for a total 30 points so far this season… finished last season with 46 goals and 74 assists for a massive 120 points and served as assistant captain for the Cyclones… was voted the NEWJHL league MVP in 2014-15…participated in the USA National Development camp for three years. Personal: Erica Taylor D’Errico…born in May of 1996…daughter of Linda and Chris D’Errico…has one older brother, Zach…an exploratory major.

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GOALTENDER | 5-7 | Vernon, Conn. | Mid Fairfield Stars

Before UConn: Played for both the Mid Fairfield Stars U19 AAA club team and the Williston Northampton School…made the 2015 USA Women’s U-18 Select Team…was voted the 2014-15 team MVP…played four years of varsity softball and four years of varsity field hockey…served as captain of the softball team…was voted All-New England goalie in 2013 for field hockey…is an honor roll student. Personal: Morgan Shirley Fisher…born in June of 1998…daughter of Lisa Fisher…has a twin sister Kelsey…an exploratory major.

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Emily Reid DEFENSE | 5-8 | Whitby, Ont. | Whitby Jr. Wolves

Before UConn: Played for Whitby Jr. Wolves…Helped the Wolves earn OWHA Provincial Bronze IAA and PWHL Final Four Silver Medalists last season...was a member of team Ontario Blue U18 Championships in 2015 and a was National Bronze Medalist…in 2013-14, was a part of the Whitby Wolves Midget AA that earned OWHA Provincial Bronze MAA and LLFHL Divisional Champions...in 2012-13, helped lead the Whitby Bantam AA team to the OWHA Provincial Gold title…competed with the Oshawa Lady Blue Knights (lacrosse) U15 Elite Provincial Champs team in 2012-13. Personal: Emily Marie Reid…born in February of 1998…daughter of Milton and Kelly Reid…has one older brother, Adam…an exploratory major.

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Leona Sim Forward | 5’4 | Vancouver, B.C. | Pacific Steelers

Before UConn: Played for the Pacific Steelers out of Richmond, B.C. …played on team British Columbia at the Canada Winter Games and at the National U18 Championships in 2015…attended Team Canada U18 tryouts for both May and August camps in 2015…was on the academic honor roll in 2013, 2014 and 2015. Personal: Leona Margaret Sim…born in February of 1998…daughter of Paul Sim and Leslie Smith…has one older sister, Rebecca…majoring in psychological sciences.

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DEFENSE | 5’6 | Burlington, Ont. | Nepean Jr. Wildcats

Before UConn: Served as an assistant captain for the Nepean Junior Wildcats this past season…2015 Champions Washington JWHL…participated in the Ontario Winter Games…was invited to the U18 Team Ontario Selection Camp in 2014…served as an assistant captain for the Burlington Jr. Barracudas for the 2013-14 season…honor student at Kings Christian Collegiate…also participated in Elite Level soccer since 2004…earned MVP honors in both soccer and field hockey. Personal: Tristyn Abby Svetek…born in March of 1997…daughter of Lesley and Ed Svetek…has two sisters, Cassidy and Ainsley…majoring in allied health sciences. 30

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Date Oct 02 Oct 03 Oct 17 Oct 18 Oct 25 Oct 24 Oct 30 Nov 13 Oct 31 Nov 07 Nov 08 Nov 14 Nov 20 Nov 22 Nov 28 Nov 27 Dec 05 Dec 06 Jan 05 01/09/201 Jan 10 Jan 16 Jan 17 Jan 22 Jan 23 Jan 25 Jan 29 Jan 30 Feb 06 Feb 07 Feb 12 Feb 13 Feb 20 Feb 21 Feb 26 Feb 27 03/05/201

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at #8 Boston University UNION SU COLGATE at Penn State at Penn State at #2 Boston College at #4 CLARKSON #2 BOSTON COLLEGE MER UNH at #4 CLARKSON VERMONT at MAINE vs Merrimack College at #5 QuinnipiacUniversity BOSTON UNIVERSITY at Boston University at #8 Northeastern at MER MER at Providence PROVIDENCE at #6 Northeastern #6 NORTHEASTERN #9 PRINCETON at Vermont at Vermont #1 BOSTON COLLEGE PROVIDENCE MAINE MAINE at UNH at UNH UNH UNH vs #1 Boston College

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Team Record Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: Overtime:

Overall 0-1-0 0-1-1 1-1-1 1-1-2 2-1-2 3-1-2 3-2-2 3-3-2 3-4-2 4-4-2 4-5-2 4-6-2 5-6-2 6-6-2 7-6-2 7-7-2 7-7-3 7-8-3 7-9-3 8-9-3 8-9-4 8-9-5 9-9-5 9-10-5 9-11-5 9-12-5 10-12-5 11-12-5 11-13-5 12-13-5 13-13-5 14-13-5 14-14-5 15-14-5 16-14-5 17-14-5 17-15-5 W-L-T 17-15-5 11-10-3 9-5-4 7-9-1 1-1-0 3-0-5

Conf 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-2-0 0-3-0 1-3-0 1-4-0 1-4-0 2-4-0 3-4-0 3-4-0 3-4-0 3-4-1 3-5-1 3-6-1 4-6-1 4-6-2 4-6-3 5-6-3 5-7-3 5-8-3 5-8-3 6-8-3 7-8-3 7-9-3 8-9-3 9-9-3 10-9-3 10-10-3 11-10-3 11-10-3 11-10-3 11-10-3

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1:55 2hrs 1hr52 2:09 1:58 1:54 1:54 1:55 1hr56 1hr55 1hr52 2:00 1:55 1:51 1HR4 1HR5 2:06 1:54 1:51 2:00 2:08P 2:04 2:02 1:48 2HR 1:56H 1:54 1:57 2:03 2:04 2:02 2:04 1:55 2:03 1:56 3:49 2:00

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Att. Goalie of record CHULI, Elaine BELANGER, Annie BELANGER, Annie CHULI, Elaine BELANGER, Annie CHULI, Elaine CHULI, Elaine CHULI, Elaine CHULI, Elaine CHULI, Elaine BELANGER, Annie CHULI, Elaine BELANGER, Annie CHULI, Elaine BELANGER, Annie CHULI, Elaine BELANGER, Annie CHULI, Elaine BELANGER, Annie BELANGER, Annie BELANGER, Annie CHULI, Elaine CHULI, Elaine CHULI, Elaine CHULI, Elaine BELANGER, Annie CHULI, Elaine CHULI, Elaine CHULI, Elaine CHULI, Elaine CHULI, Elaine CHULI, Elaine CHULI, Elaine CHULI, Elaine CHULI, Elaine CHULI, Elaine CHULI, Elaine

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2007-08 2007-08 2004-05 2008-09 2006-07 2001-02 2009-10 2008-09 2014-15 2009-10 2008-09 2015-16 2013-14 2013-14 2008-09 2005-06 2004-05 2008-09 2007-08 2001-02 2009-10 2015-16 2006-07 2008-09 2014-15 2009-10 2007-08 2006-07 2004-05 2007-08 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2014-15 2008-09 2006-07 2015-16 2013-14 2004-05 2006-07

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16 Shannon Connolly 13. 15 Leah Lum 15 Sarah MacDonnell 15 Jennifer Chaisson 15 Monique Weber 15 Amy Hollstein 15 Jaclyn Hawkins 15 Jaclyn Hawkins 15 Shannon Connolly WINS 1. 18 Alexandra Garcia 2. 17 Brittany Wilson 17 Kaitlyn Shain 4. 16 Brittany Wilson 5. 15 Brittany Wilson SAVES 1. 972 Elaine Chuli 2. 968 Brittany Wilson 3. 903 Alexandra Garcia 4. 892 Elaine Chuli 5. 833 Shannon Murphy 6. 813 Elaine Chuli 7. 785 Kaitlyn Shain GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. 1.60 Alexandra Garcia 2. 1.74 Jennie Bellonio 3. 1.96 Brittany Wilson 4. 2.07 Brittany Wilson 5. 2.27 Kaitlyn Shain SAVE PERCENTAGE 1. .935 Jennie Bellonio 2. .931 Alexandra Garcia 3. .929 Elaine Chuli 4. .926 Elaine Chuli .926 Brittany Wilson .926 Kaitlyn Shain 7. .924 Annie Belanger .924 Brittany Wilson .924 Kaitlyn Shain SHUTOUTS 1. 6 Alexandra Garcia 2. 5 Alexandra Garcia 5 Brittany Wilson 5 Brittany Wilson 5 Kaitlyn Shain 5. 4 Brittany Wilson

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POINTS 1. 144 Jaclyn Hawkins 2. 122 Dominique Thibault 3. 88 Amy Hollstein 4. 84 Jennifer Chaisson 5. 78 Michelle Binning 6. 77 Tiffany Owens 7. 75 Sarah MacDonnell 8. 72 Cristin Allen 9. 70 Emily Snodgrass 70 Kayla Campero 11. 65 Megan McLeod 12. 63 Natalie Vibert 13. 60 Nicole Tritter GOALS 1. 69 Jaclyn Hawkins 2. 62 Dominique Thibault 3. 47 Michelle Binning 4. 44 Amy Hollstein 5. 37 Tiffany Owens 6. 35 Kayla Campero 7. 31 Sarah MacDonnell 31 Emily Snodgrass 9. 30 Kim Berry

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AlexandraGarcia 10. 29 Nicole Tritter 11. 27 Jennifer Chaisson 12. 26 Megan McLeod ASSISTS 1. 75 Jaclyn Hawkins 2. 58 Cristin Allen 3. 57 Jennifer Chaisson 4. 50 Dominique Thibault 5. 47 Sarah MacDonnell 6. 44 Amy Hollstein 7. 41 Jody Sydor 8. 40 Natalie Vibert 40 Tiffany Owens 40 Sami Evelyn 11. 39 Emily Snodgrass 39 Megan McLeod WINS 1. 51 Brittany Wilson 2. 32 Kaitlyn Shain 3. 29 Alexandra Garcia 4. 28 Elaine Chuli 5. 12 Jennie Bellonio SAVES 1. 3,467 Elaine Chuli 2,391 Brittany Wilson 2. 2,309 Alexandra Garcia 3. 2,272 Shannon Murphy 4. 2,267 Kaitlyn Shain GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. 2.22 Brittany Wilson 2. 2.26 Alexandra Garcia 3. 2.40 Kaitlyn Shain 4. 2.88 Shannon Murphy SAVE PERCENTAGE 1. .922 Elaine Chuli 2. .921 Alexandra Garcia .921 Brittany Wilson .921 Kaitlyn Shain 5. .906 Shannon Murphy SHUTOUTS 1. 15 Brittany Wilson 2. 11 Alexandra Garcia 3. 10 Kaitlyn Shain 4. 6 Elaine Chuli 5. 2 Jennie Bellonio 2 Shannon Murphy

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2005-09 2007-11 2001-05 2004-08 2006-10 2007-11 2006-09 2011-15 2006-10 2007-11 2003-07 2001-05 2008-12 2011-15 2001-05 2005-09 2002-06 2008-12 2012-15 2006-10 2012-15 2005-09 2008-12 2001-05 2002-06 2005-09 2008-12 2002-06 2001-05 2012-15 2008-12 2005-09 2002-06 2001-05 2005-09 20082002-05 2012-15 2006-09 2001-04

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GOALS 4 Natalie Phelps 3 Theresa Knutson Taylor Gross 3 Dominque Thibault 3 Nicole Tritter 3 Jaclyn Hawkins 3 Leslie Hurlburt 3 Kim Berry 3 Julie Marashio 3 Carla Prince 3 Nicole Perigard 3 Natalie Phelps

at Salve Regina (11/18/00) PROVIDENCE (1/17/16) vs. Sacred Heart (11/27/10) NORTHEASTERN (1/23/09) SACRED HEART (9/27/09) SACRED HEART (9/27/09) MAINE (10/21/06) VERMONT (10/6/06) PROVIDENCE (10/15/05) NORTHEASTERN (2/26/05) NORTHEASTERN (1/29/05) MAINE (3/7/04) NORTHEASTERN (1/4/02) FINDLAY (10/25/01) SALVE REGINA (12/5/00) at Salve Regina (11/18/00) at Salve Regina (12/5/00)

ASSISTS 6 Laura Scarpa at Salve Regina (11/18/00) 5 Jocelyn Slattery vs. Sacred Heart (11/27/10) 4 Cristin Allen at Maine (11/8/09 3 Justine Fredette BOSTON UNIVERSITY (12/5/15)) 3 Rebecca Hewett at Brown (11/23/09) 3 Cristin Allen at Minnesota State (10/3/08) 3 Amy Hollstein COLGATE (10/10/08) POINTS 7 Laura Scarpa at Salve Regina (11/18/00) 5 Jocelyn Slattery vs. Sacred Heart (11/27/10) 5 Dominique Thibault SACRED HEART (9/27/08) 4 Cristin Allen at Maine (11/8/09) 4 Michelle Binning at Brown (10/23/09) 4 Nicole Tritter SACRED HEART (9/27/08) 4 Kayla Campero PRINCETON (1/2/13) 4 Theresa Knutson BOSTON UNIVERSITY (12/5/15) 4 Justine Fredette BOSTON UNIVERSITY (12/5/15) SAVES 55 Diana Cohen at Wayne State (1/20/01) 49 Kaitlyn Shain ST. LAWRENCE (11/26/05) 49 Brittany WIlson at Mercyhurst (1/19/07) 48 Elaine Chuli at Boston College (11/23/13) 47 Diane Cohen at Holy Cross (2/15/01) 45 Elaine Chuli BOSTON COLLEGE (2/8/14) 45 Sarah Moses at Minnesota Duluth (10/5/13) 44 Elaine Chuli MAINE (1/26/13) 43 Elaine Chuli UNION (9/28/13) 43 Alexandra Garcia NORTHEASTERN (2/20/11)

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2001-02 Most Valuable Player Kim Berry Most Improved Player Lauren O’Connor Unsung Hero Tiffany Owens 2002-03 Most Valuable Player Tiffany Owens Most Improved Players Erika Spaeth & Kaitlyn Shain Unsung Hero Jennifer Houlden 2003-04 Most Valuable Player Tiffany Owens Most Improved Players Molly Garrett & Katherine Van Deveire Unsung Heros Jennifer Houlden & Julia Marashio 2004-05 Most Valuable Player Kaitlyn Shain Most Improved Player Alicia Ramolla Unsung Hero 2005 Senior Class 2005-06 Most Valuable Player Kaitlyn Shain Most Improved Player Bridget King Unsung Hero Jennifer Houlden 2006-07 Most Valuable Player Brittany Wilson Most Improved Player Olivia Hogan Unsung Hero Jaclyn Hawkins Pat Babcock Award Natalie Vibert Rookie Cristin Allen 2007-08 Most Valuable Player Dominique Thibault Most Improved Player Jennie Bellonio Unsung Hero Britney Chandler Pat Babcock Award Jaclyn Hawkins Rookie Jody Sydor 2008-09 Most Valuable Player Amy Hollstein Most Improved Player Jessica Lutz Unsung Hero Brianna Uliasz Rookie Rebecca Hewett 2009-10 Most Valuable Player Cristin Allen Most Improved Player Tiffany Good Unsung Hero Michelle Binning Pat Babcock Award Amy Hollstein Rookie Kelly Horan 2010-11 Most Valuable Player Sami Evelyn Most Improved Player Stephanie Raithby Unsung Hero Kelly Horan Pat Babcock Award Jennifer Chaisson Rookie Taylor Gross 2013-14 Most Valuable Player Elaine Chuli Most Improved Player Lexi Lersch Unsung Hero Erin Burns Pat Babcock Award Sarah MacDonnell Rookie Jessica Stott 2014-15 Most Valuable Player Elaine Chuli Most Improved Player Cydnee Cook Unsung Hero Rebecca Fleming Pat Babcock Award Sarah MacDonnell Rookie Leah Lum 2015-16 Most Valuable Player Elaine Chuli Most Improved Players Nora Maclaine & Rebecca Lindblad Unsung Hero Leah Buress & Jessica Stott Pat Babcock Award Elaine Chuli Rookie Jaime Fox

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2000-01 Devon Hall, Marci Lambert & Rana Swistak Record: 3-10-0 [Independent] November 12 Manhattanville L, 0-19 18 at Salve Regina W, 12-0 29 at Connecticut College L, 1-8 December 5 Salve Regina W, 11-4 January 10 at Rensselaer L, 0-11

17 Rensselaer 20 at Wayne State 21 at Findlay 24 Holy Cross February 7 at Rensselaer 10 St. Michael’s 11 at Amherst College 15 at Holy Cross

2002-03 Stefanie Snow, Sara Mahoney & Caitlin Salazer-Reid L, 2-10 L, 0-9 L, 0-9 L, 1-9 L, 0-7 W, 6-3 L, 0-10 L, 1-6

2001-02 Stefanie Snow, Sara Mahoney & Julie Marashio Overall Record: 11-21-3 ECAC Record: 7-12-2 October 20 at Wisconsin L, 1-10 21 at Wisconsin T, 1-1 25 Findlay W, 7-4 28 at Boston College* W, 4-3 November 2 Northeastern* L, 1-3 3 at Northeastern* L, 3-5 9 Quinnipiac* W, 2-1 10 at Quinnipiac* W, 4-1 16 Ohio State L, 1-3 24 at Yale W, 3-1 25 at Princeton L, 2-3 ot December 1 at New Hampshire* W, 2-0 2 at New Hampshire* L, 1-3 7 at St. Cloud W, 4-2 8 at St. Cloud L, 1-3 12 Harvard L, 1-3 January 4 Northeastern* W, 3-1

6 at Maine* L, 2-4 12 Boston College* T, 1-1 13 Boston College* W, 4-1 16 at Quinnipiac* W, 5-1 19 at Brown L, 1-3 25 New Hampshire* L, 0-1 26 at Providence* L, 0-4 February 1 Niagara* L, 1-4 2 Niagara* L, 0-3 8 Wayne State W, 6-1 9 Wayne State L, 3-4 16 Providence* L, 2-4 17 at Providence* L. 1-3 23 at Niagara* L, 0-5 24 at Cornell L, 2-4 March 1 Maine* T, 3-3 OT 2 Maine* L, 2-3 9 New Hampshire% L. 1-4 % ECAC Quarterfinal (Storrs, Conn.)

Overall Record: 11-20-4 Hockey East Record: 3-9-3 October 12 at Mercyhurst L, 0-2 13 at Mercyhurst L, 2-4 19 No. 6 Wisconsin L, 0-6 20 No. 6 Wisconsin L, 2-4 November 1 at Quinnipiac W, 4-0 2 Quinnipiac W, 2-0 9 at Northeastern* W, 2-1 ot 10 Northeastern* L, 1-3 16 at Findlay W, 2-0 17 at Ohio State L, 2-6 22 Niagara W, 3-2 26 at No. 2 Harvard L, 1-5 30 Cornell W, 2-1 December 1 Providence* T, 2-2 7 at No. 5 New Hampshire* L, 0-8 8 No. 5 New Hampshire* L, 1-2 30 at Boston College* T, 1-1

January 4 at Niagara W, 6-2 5 at Niagara T, 3-3 10 No. 5 St. Lawrence L, 1-5 11 No. 5 St. Lawrence L, 0-7 17 Maine* T, 2-2 19 No. 5 New Hampshire* L, 0-3 25 at No. 4 Dartmouth L, 1-8 26 at No. 4 Dartmouth L, 2-5 30 Quinnipiac W, 5-1 February 1 Brown W, 3-2 7 at No. 9 Providence* L, 2-3 8 No. 9 Providence* L, 1-2 14 Boston College* W, 1-0 OT 16 at Boston College* L, 2-3 21 at Northeastern* W, 1-0 March 1 at Maine* L, 0-2 2 at Maine* L, 1-5 15 vs. No. 8 Providence% L, 0-7 % Hockey East Semifinal (Boston, Mass.)

2003-04 Caitlin Salazer-Reid, Sara Mahoney & Stefanie Snow Overall Record: 9-19-6 Hockey East Record: 3-11-4 October 11 at North Dakota T, 1-1 12 at North Dakota W, 2-0 18 No. 9 Mercyhurst L, 1-2 19 No. 9 Mercyhurst T, 2-2 24 No. 8 New Hampshire* L, 2-4 26 at No. 8 New Hampshire* T, 1-1

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2004-05 Erika Spaeth, Megan McLeod, Caitlin Salazer-Reid, Lisa Beck, Tiffany Owens, Jacquelyn McGuire, Shannon Murphy, Shannon Connolly & Angie Wallace Overall Record: 16-12-8 Hockey East Record: 11-5-4 October 15 No. 5 St. Lawrence L, 5-6 16 No. 5 St. Lawrence L, 4-5 22 at No. 7 New Hampshire* L, 0-4 29 at Quinnipiac W, 2-1 31 at Yale W, 2-1 November 5 at Boston College* W, 4-1 7 Boston College* W, 3-2 12 North Dakota T, 2-2 13 North Dakota W, 5-2 19 at Minnesota State T, 2-2 20 at Minnesota State T, 2-2 27 at No. 8 Princeton L, 1-3 28 at No. 8 Princeton L, 0-2 December 4 at No. 8 New Hampshire* L, 2-5 8 No. 5 Harvard L, 3-5 January 4 at No. 9 Brown T, 3-3 8 at Niagara W, 2-0

9 at No. 5 Mercyhurst L, 1-4 15 No. 10 Providence* L, 3-4 16 at No. 10 Providence* T, 3-3 21 Maine* W, 4-1 22 Maine* L, 2-3 28 at Northeastern* W, 2-1 29 Northeastern* T, 4-4 February 4 Boston College* W, 4-1 6 at Boston College* L, 1-2 12 at No. 10 Providence* W, 5-3 13 No. 10 Providence* W, 3-2 19 No. 8 New Hampshire* T, 0-0 20 No. 8 New Hampshire* W, 3-2 26 Northeastern* W, 4-1 27 at Northeastern* T, 1-1 March 4 at Maine* W, 3-2 5 at Maine* W, 4-1 12 vs. No. 8 New Hampshire% W, 5-4 ot 13 vs. No. 9 Providence^ L, 1-3 % Hockey East Semifinal (Boston, Mass.) ^ Hockey East Final (Boston, Mass.)

2005-06 Kaitlyn Shain, Janelle Armitage & Jennifer Houlden Overall Record: 12-21-1 Hockey East Record: 10-11-0 October 7 at No. 3 Minnesota L, 0-3 15 No. 9 Providence* W, 3-1 22 at Maine* L, 0-1 ot 29 No. 10 Yale W, 3-0 30 Quinnipiac L, 2-3 November 4 at Wayne State L, 0-1 5 at Wayne State L, 2-3 12 Boston University* W, 3-0 13 at Northeastern* L, 2-3 19 at Boston College* L, 1-2 20 at Boston University* W, 1-0 ot 25 at No. 1 St. Lawrence L, 1-6 26 at No. 1 St. Lawrence L, 0-4 December 1 Vermont* W, 4-0 3 Boston College* L, 1-6

2006-07 Katherine VanDeveire, Natalie Vibert, Alicia Ramolla & Leslie Hurlburt Overall Record: 17-15-3 Hockey East Record: 12-7-2 October 6 Vermont* W, 8-2 7 Vermont* W, 3-0 14 Colgate W, 3-1 15 No. 4 St. Lawrence L, 0-3 21 Maine* W, 8-3 22 at Providence* W, 1-0 27 Wayne State W, 4-3

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28 Wayne State W, 3-2 November 3 at Ohio State L, 1-5 4 at Ohio State L, 0-2 11 at Boston University* W, 2-0 12 Northeastern* W, 3-2 ot 18 No. 10 Boston College* L, 1-5 19 Boston University* T, 2-2 December 2 at No. 10 Boston College* W, 4-2

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February 3 at Maine* W, 2-1 ot 4 at Maine* W, 3-1 7 at Brown L, 1-2 ot 10 at No. 9 Boston College* W, 3-2 16 No. 4 New Hampshire* L, 1-2 18 at No. 4 New Hampshire* T, 2-2 24 at Providence* L, 1-4 25 Providence* L, 3-6 March 3 vs. No. 4 New Hampshire% L, 0-2 % - Hockey East Semifinal (Durham, N.H.)

2007-08 Liz Gallinaro, Jaclyn Hawkins, Bridget King & Britney Chandler Overall Record: 22-8-5 Hockey East Record: 13-5-3 October 5 No. 10 Ohio State L, 2-3 6 No. 10 Ohio State W, 5-2 12 Minnesota State W, 2-0 13 Minnesota State W, 3-2 19 at No. 3 St. Lawrence W, 3-2 20 at Colgate W, 2-1 25 Providence* W, 5-0 27 at Northeastern* W, 5-3 31 at Rensselaer W, 3-2 ot November 4 Brown W, 2-1 ot 10 at New Hampshire* L, 2-8 11 Vermont* W, 4-1 16 at Maine* W, 4-2 29 No. 10 Boston College* T, 2-2 December 1 at No. 10 Boston College* L, 3-6 7 at No. 2 Harvard L, 0-2 29 at Quinnipiac W, 3-2 30 vs. Yale W, 3-2

January 4 Princeton T, 0-0 5 Princeton T, 1-1 11 at Vermont* W, 5-1 12 at Vermont* W, 6-0 18 at Boston University* W, 3-2 26 Boston College* T, 3-3 February 1 Northeastern* T, 1-1 2 Northeastern* W, 1-0 9 Providence* W, 3-0 10 at Providence* L, 3-5 16 Boston University* W, 2-1 ot 17 at Boston University* W, 4-2 23 Maine* W, 7-2 24 Maine* W, 5-4 March 1 at No. 2 New Hampshire* L, 0-5 2 at No. 2 New Hampshire* L, 1-6 8 vs. Providence% L, 1-5 % Hockey East Semifinal (Storrs, Conn.)

2008-09 Nicole Tritter, Kristen Russell, Samantha Reid, Brittany Wilson & Brianna Uliasz Overall Record: 19-12-4 Hockey East Record: 10-8-3 September 27 Sacred Heart W, 13-0 October 3 at Minnesota State W, 5-2 4 at Minnesota State L, 2-4 10 Colgate W, 4-1 11 No. 7 St. Lawrence T, 4-4 15 No. 5 New Hampshire* T, 3-3 18 at Vermont* W, 2-1 19 Northeastern* L, 0-3 24 at Princeton W, 3-0 25 at Princeton L, 1-4 November 8 Maine* W, 5-2 13 at Boston College* L, 2-3 16 at Providence* L, 0-2 20 No. 8 Boston College* L, 0-4 25 Brown W, 4-0 28 No. 10 Wayne State W, 5-4 29 Yale W, 3-2

December 4 No. 7 Boston College* W, 2-1 14 No. 9 Harvard W, 3-2 January 3 Vermont* W, 7-0 4 Vermont* W, 3-1 10 No. 9 Boston University* W, 3-0 16 No. 4 Mercyhurst W, 3-2 17 No. 4 Mercyhurst L, 2-5 23 Northeastern* W, 4-0 24 at Northeastern* W, 1-0 31 at Providence* L, 1-5 February 1 Providence* W, 2-1 ot 6 Boston University* T, 2-2 7 at Boston University* L, 1-3 13 at Maine* W, 3-1 14 at Maine* T, 2-2 21 No. 5 New Hampshire* L, 3-4 22 at No. 5 New Hampshire* L, 2-4 28 vs. Providence% L, 0-3 % Hockey East Quarterfinal (Providence, R.I.)

2009-10 Cristin Allen, Michelle Binning, Amy Hollstein, Tiffany Good, Jennie Bellonio & Christie Houser Overall Record: 21-9-7 Hockey East Record: 10-5-6 October 3 at No. 5 New Hampshire* L, 3-1 4 at Northeastern* T, 1-1 9 at No. 5 St. Lawrence W, 2-1 10 at No. 7 Clarkson L, 4-0 16 Syracuse W, 3-2 17 Colgate L, 5-2

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

February 6 Boston College* W, 3-1 7 No. 4 New Hampshire* L, 4-1 12 at No. 8 Providence* T, 3-3 13 No. 8 Providence* W, 4-1 20 No. 8 Northeastern* T, 0-0 21 at No. 8 Northeastern* L, 2-0 27 at No. 7 Northeastern% W, 4-1 March 6 at No. 10 Providence^ W, 3-2 7 vs. Boston University^ L, 2-1 ot % Hockey Quarterfinal (Boston, Mass.) ^ Hockey East Semifinal (Providence, R.I.) ^ Hockey East Final (Providence, R.I.) # played at Mellon Arena

Hockey East Tournament 2005 March 12 • Semifinals No. 3 UConn 5, No. 2 UNH 4 (ot) March 13 • Finals No. 1 Providence 3, No. 3 UConn 1

2006

March 3 • Semifinals No. 1 UNH 2, No. 4 UConn 0

2007 March 8 • Semifinals No. 3 Providence 5, No. 2 UConn 1

2009 February 28 • Quarterfinals No. 4 Providence 3, No. 5 UConn 0

2010 2010-11 Jennifer Chaisson, Jody Sydor & Brittany Murphy Overall Record: 13-19-3 Hockey East Record: 9-9-3 October 2 No. 10 New Hampshire * L, 1-2 9 Clarkson W, 3-1 10 St. Lawrence L, 2-3 15 at Colgate L, 3-5 16 at Syracuse L, 1-7 23 at No. 4 Minnesota Duluth L, 0-8 24 at No. 4 Minnesota Duluth L, 0-4 30 No. 8 Boston College * T, 2-2 31 at No. 8 Boston College * L, 0-3 November 6 Maine * W, 3-1 13 at New Hampshire * W, 1-0 14 New Hampshire * W, 2-1 20 at Vermont * W, 2-0 26 vs. Yale L, 2-5 27 vs. Sacred Heart W, 11-0 December 4 No. 5 Boston University * L, 0-4 5 at Providence * L, 1-5 8 at Union W, 1-0

January 1 at Dartmouth L, 2-9 2 at Dartmouth L, 0-5 8 Robert Morris L, 1-3 9 Robert Morris W, 6-2 14 Vermont * W, 2-0 15 Vermont * W, 1-0 21 at Maine * W, 3-0 22 at Maine * W, 3-1 28 at No. 3 Boston University * L, 1-2 29 No. 3 Boston University * L, 1-4 February 4 at No. 7 Boston College * L, 2-3 ot 6 Northeastern * T, 2-2 12 at Providence * L, 1-2 ot 13 Providence * # L, 3-4 19 at Northeastern * W, 4-2 20 Northeastern * T, 1-1 26 Northeastern % L, 0-4 % Hockey East Quarterfinal # Played at Rentschler Field

February 27 • Quarterfinals No. 4 UConn 4, No. 5 Northeastern 1 March 6 • Semifinals No. 4 UConn 3, No. 1 Providence 2 March 7 • Finals No. 3 BU 2, No. 4 UConn 1(ot)

2011 February 26 • Quarterfinals No. 5 Northeastern 4, No. 4 UConn 0

2013

March 2 • Quarterfinals No. 1 Boston University 5, No. 8 UConn 1

2014

February 29 • Quarterfinals No. 3 Northeastern 2, No. 6 UConn 1

2015 February 27/28 • Quarterfinals Game 1: No. 5 UConn 3, No. 4 Maine 2 Game 2: No. 5 UConn 1, No. 4 Maine 0 (OT) March 7 • Semifinals No. 1 BC 3, No. 5 UConn 1

2016 February 26/27 • Quarterfinals Game 1: No. 4 UConn 3, No. 5 UNH 2 Game 2: No. 4 UConn 4, No. 5 UNH 3 (3OT) March 5 • Semifinals No. 1 BC 4, No. 4 UConn 2 Hockey East Tournament Expanded to Six Teams in 2009 and To All Eight Teams in 2013

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2011-12 Overall Record: 4-23-7 Hockey East Record: 3-15-3 September 30 RPI T, 3-3 October 1 RPI * L, 0-1 8 at St. Lawrence L, 1-4 9 at Clarkson T, 3-3 14 No. 5 Minn-Duluth L, 4-5 15 No. 5 Minn-Duluth L, 1-6 21 Maine* L, 3-4 22 Maine* W, 3-0 28 at Syracuse L, 0-4 29 at Syracuse L, 1-2 November 4 at No. 9 Northeastern* L, 0-3 5 No. 9 Northeastern* L, 0-3 12 Providence L, 0-2 19 at No. 5 Boston Univ.* L, 2-4 20 Vermont* W, 3-0 25 Quinnipiac L, 2-4

26 Yale W, 3-1 December 3 at Vermont* T, 2-2 4 at Vermont* T, 2-2 January 3 No. 9 Harvard L, 1-8 7 Brown T, 1-1 10 Union T, 2-2 13 at New Hampshire* L, 0-1 14 at New Hampshire* L, 1-5 20 at Maine* T, 1-1 22 No. 4 Boston College* L, 1-3 28 at Providence* L, 0-2 29 Providence* L, 2-5 February 4 at No. 7 Northeastern* L, 2-3 5 New Hampshire* W, 6-3 11 No. 6 Boston College* L, 0-5 12 at No. 6 Boston College* L, 2-6 18 No. 9 Boston Univ.* L, 2-3 (ot) 19 at No. 9 Boston Univ.* L, 1-2

2012-13 Margaret Zimmer, Caitlin Hewes and Sarah MacDonnell

Overall Record: 3-29-3 Hockey East Record: 1-19-1 September 29 Union L, 2-3 October 5 at RPI T, 4-4 (ot) 6 at RPI L, 3-5 12 at Colgate L, 3-5 13 at Colgate L, 1-4 20 at Maine* W, 3-2 (ot) 21 at Maine* L, 2-3 26 Syracuse W, 4-2 27 Syracuse L, 0-2 November 2 No. 7 Northeastern* L, 2-5 3 at No. 7 Northeastern* L, 1-9 10 at Providence* L, 3-5 16 at Vermont * L, 1-5 18 St. Lawrence T, 2-2 23 at Yale L, 3-4 (ot) 24 Quinnipiac L, 1-6 December 1 Vermont* L, 0-3

2 Vermont* L, 0-2 January 2 Princeton W, 5-1 3 Princeton L, 1-4 8 No. 6 Boston University* L, 2-4 12 at McGill # L, 1-4 15 at No. 2 Harvard L, 1-5 19 New Hampshire* L, 1-3 20 New Hampshire* L, 0-2 26 Maine* T, 1-1 (ot) 27 at No. 3 Boston College* L, 8-0 February 1 Providence* L, 0-5 2 at Providence* L, 3-4 (ot 11 at New Hampshire* L, 0-4 16 at No. 2 Boston College* L, 1-6 17 No. 2 Boston College* L, 0-4 19 No. 10 Northeastern* L, 0-4 23 at No. 4 Boston University* L, 5-7 24 No. 4 Boston University* L, 2-4 March 2 at No. 4 Boston University% L, 1-5

2013-14 Stephanie Raithby, Erin Burns, Sarah Moses, Kiana Nauheim Overall Record: 9-24-2 Hockey East Record: 6-13-1 September 28 Union L, 3-2 October 4 at #10 Minnesota Duluth L, 7-0 5 at #10 Minnesota Duluth L, 6-1 11 Colgate W, 3-2 (OT) 12 Colgate L, 1-0 25 RPI W, 3-2 (OT) 26 RPI W, 5-2 November 3 at Maine* T, 4-4 (OT) 6 at No. 9 Boston U.* L, 6-2 10 Providence* W, 5-4 19 at Brown T, 1-1 (OT) 23 at No. 7 Boston College* L, 6-2 24 No. 7 Boston College* L, 3-2 29 vs. Yale # L, 5-4 30 vs. RIT # L, 4-3 (OT) January 2 at Princeton L, 4-1 3 at Princeton L, 1-0 7 No. 4 Harvard L, 2-1

10 at Vermont* 11 at Vermont* 15 Northeastern* 18 New Hampshire* 19 at New Hampshire* 25 Providence* 26 at Providence* 31 Boston U.* February 1 at Boston U.* 8 No. 7 Boston College* 9 at New Hampshire* 15 at Northeastern* 16 at Northeastern* 21 Maine* 22 Maine* 28 at Northeastern %

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Kayla Campero, Rachel Farrel, Rebecca Flemming, Sarah MacDonnell, Emily Snodgrass, Emily Walsh Overall Record: 11-18-8 Hockey East Record: 5-11-5 September 26 vs. Minnesota Duluth T, 4-4 27 vs. Minnesota Duluth L, 3-0 October 3 at Quinnipiac L, 3-0 10 at Union W, 4-2 11 at Union L, 1-0 18 at Colgate W, 2-1 19 at Syracuse T, 2-2 (OT) 25 at Rensselaer L, 4-1 26 at Rensselaer T, 4-4 (OT) 31 vs. Maine* T, 3-3 (OT) November 2 at Vermont* L, 6-0 4 vs. Brown W, 4-2 9 at Providence* T, 4-4 (OT) 15 vs. Boston University* L, 3-2 16 at Boston University* L, 4-2 21 at Boston College* L, 6-1 22 vs. Boston College* L, 6-0 28 vs. Clarkson # L, 2-1 (OT) 29 vs. Yale # W, 3-1

January 3 at Northeastern* T, 3-3 (OT) 6 at Harvard L, 8-2 10 vs. Vermont* W, 5-1 11 vs. Vermont* W, 4-3 17 vs. New Hampshire* L, 3-2 (OT) 18 vs. New Hampshire* L, 3-1 24 at Providence* L, 4-1 25 vs. Providence* W, 4-1 31 vs. Boston University* L, 5-3 February 6 at Boston College* L, 6-0 8 at New Hampshire* T, 2-2 (OT) 14 vs. Northeastern* L, 4-3 15 vs. Northeastern* T, 2-2 (OT) 21 at Maine* W, 2-1 (OT) 22 at Maine* W, 6-2 27 at Maine % W, 3-2 28 at Maine % W, 1-0 (OT) March 7 vs. Boston College ^ L, 3-1 % Hockey East Quarterfinal ^ Hockey East Semifinal # Nutmeg Classic (Hamden, Conn.)

2015-16

Leah Buress, Margaret Zimmer, Caitlin Hewes, Elaine Chuli, Brittany Berisoff, Cassie Opela, Allie Hughes Overall Record: 17-15-5 January Hockey East Record: 11-10-3 5 at Northeastern L, 5-1 September 9 at Merrimack W, 4-3 26 Whitby Wolves W, 5-1 10 Merrimack T, 2-2 (OT) October 16 at Providence T, 1-1 (OT) 2 at Boston University L, 2-1 17 Providence W, 5-2 3 Union NY T, 2-2 22 at Northeastern L, 4-0 17 Syracuse W, 4-3 23 Northeastern L, 7-3 18 Colgate T, 3-3 25 Princeton L, 4-0 24 at Penn State W, 1-0 29 at Vermont W, 2-1 25 at Penn State W, 4-3 30 at Vermont W, 3-1 30 at Boston College L, 4-0 February 31 Boston College W, 1-0 6 Boston College L, 5-4 November 7 Providence W, 3-1 7 Merrimack W, 1-0 12 Maine W, 2-1 (OT) 8 New Hampshire L, 2-1 13 Maine W, 4-3 13 at Clarkson L, 3-1 20 at New Hampshire L, 2-1 14 at Clarkson L, 3-2 21 at New Hampshire W, 2-1 (OT) 20 Vermont W, 3-2 26 New Hampshire W, 3-2 22 at Maine W, 2-0 27 New Hampshire W, 4-3 (3OT) 27 v.s. Quinnipiac # L, 1-0 March 28 v.s. Merrimack # W, 4-1 5 Boston College L,4-2 December 5 Boston University T, 4-4 (OT) % Hockey East Quarterfinal 6 at Boston University L, 4-3 # Nutmeg Classic (Hamden, Conn.)

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BOSTON COLLEGE 14-26-7

Home: 4-16-2 • Away: 3-17-3

Home: 8-10-6 • Away: 6-14-1

3/5/16 N L,4-2 2/6/15 H L, 5-4 10/31/15 H L, 4-0 10/30/15 A L, 4-0 3/7/15 N L, 3-1 2/6/15 A L, 6-0 11/22/14 H L, 6-0 11/21/14 A L, 6-1 2/8/14 H W, 2-0 11/24/13 H L,2-3 11/23/13 A L, 2-6 2/17/13 H L, 0-4 2/16/13 A L, 1-6 1/27/13 A L, 0-8 2/12/12 A L, 2-6 2/11/12 H L, 0-5

1/22/12 H L, 1-3 2/4/11 A L, 2-3 ot 10/31/10 A L, 0-3 10/30/10 H T, 2-2 2/6/10 H W, 3-1 11/15/09 A L, 4-0 11/14/09 H T, 0-0 ot 12/4/08 H W, 2-1 1/26/08 H T, 3-3 ot 12/1/07 A L, 3-6 11/29/07 H T, 2-2 ot 2/10/07 A W, 3-2 12/2/06 A W, 4-2 11/18/06 H L, 1-5 2/11/06 H L, 0-4 12/3/05 H L, 1-6

11/19/05 2/6/05 2/4/06 11/7/04 11/5/04 1/8/04 1/6/04 11/23/03 11/22/03 2/16/03 2/14/03 12/30/02 1/13/02 1/12/03 10/28/01

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2/27/16 2/26/16 2/21/16 2/20/16 11/8/15 2/8/15 1/18/15 1/17/15 2/9/14 1/19/14 1/18/14 2/11/13 1/20/13 1/19/13 2/5/12 1/14/12 1/13/12

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

BOSTON UNIVERSITY 8-23-4 1/8/13 2/19/12 2/18/12 11/19/11 1/29/11 1/28/11 12/4/10 3/7/10 1/29/10 12/5/09 12/4/09 2/7/09

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

2/6/09 1/10/09 2/17/08 2/16/08 1/18/08 1/11/07 11/19/06 11/11/06 1/15/06 11/20/05

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MAINE 28-14-7

Home: 12-8-4 • Away: 16-6-3 2/13/16 2/12/16 11/22/15 2/28/15 2/27/15 2/22/15 2/21/15 10/31/14 2/22/14 2/21/14 11/3/13 1/26/13 10/22/12 10/21/12 1/20/12 10/22/11 10/21/11 1/22/11

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1/21/11 11/6/10 1/23/10 1/22/10 11/8/09 2/14/09 2/13/09 11/8/08 2/24/08 2/23/08 11/16/07 2/4/07 2/3/07 10/21/06 2/5/06 2/4/06 10/22/05 3/5/05

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MERRIMACK 2-0-1

3/4/05 1/22/05 1/21/05 3/7/04 3/6/04 1/24/04 1/23/04 3/2/03 3/1/03 1/17/03 3/2/02 3/1/02 1/6/02

Home: 1-0-1 • Away: 1-0-0 1/10/16 1/9/16 11/7/15

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2/17/06 1/22/06 3/12/05 2/20/05 2/19/05 12/4/04 2/22/04 2/20/04 10/26/03 10/24/03 1/19/03 12/8/02 12/7/02 3/9/02 1/25/02 12/2/01 12/1/01

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NORTHEASTERN 17-19-11

Home: 3-9-3 • Away: 5-13-1

12/6/15 A L, 4-3 12/5/15 H T, 4-4 (OT) 10/2/15 A L, 2-1 1/31/15 H L, 5-3 11/16/14 A L, 4-2 11/15/14 H L, 3-2 2/1/14 A L, 2-5 1/31/14 H L, 1-2 11/6/13 A L, 6-2 3/2/13 A L, 1-5 2/24/13 H L, 2-4 2/23/13 A L, 5-7

11/14/10 11/13/10 10/2/10 2/7/10 10/31/09 10/3/09 2/22/09 2/21/09 10/15/08 3/2/08 3/1/08 11/10/07 3/3/07 2/18/07 2/16/07 1/6/07 2/19/06

Home: 6-10-7 • Away: 11-9-4

1/23/16 1/22/16 1/5/ 16 2/15/15 2/14/15 1/3/15 2/28/14 2/16/14 2/15/14 1/15/14 2/19/13 11/3/12 11/2/12 2/4/12 11/5/11 11/4/11 2/26/11 2/20/11

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2/10/11 2/6/11 2/27/10 2/21/10 2/20/10 10/4/09 1/24/09 1/23/09 10/19/08 2/2/08 2/1/08 10/27/07 1/28/07 1/27/07 11/12/06 1/29/06 1/28/06 11/13/05

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2/27/05 2/26/05 1/29/05 1/28/05 2/29/04 2/28/04 1/31/04 1/30/04 2/21/03 11/10/02 11/9/02 1/4/02 11/3/01 11/2/01

PROVIDENCE 13-30-5

Home: 10-11-2 • Away: 3-16-3 2/7/16 H W, 3-1 1/17/16 H W, 5-2 1/16/16 A T, 1-1 (OT) 1/25/15 H W, 4-1 1/24/15 A L, 4-1 11/9/14 A T, 4-4 (OT) 1/26/14 A L, 0-1 1/25/14 H W, 3-1 11/10/13 H W, 5-4 2/2/13 A L, 3-4 ot 2/1/13 H L, 0-5 1/29/12 H L, 2-5 1/28/12 A L, 0-2 11/12/11 H L, 0-2 2/13/11 H L, 3-4 2/12/11 A L, 1-2 ot 12/5/10 A L, 1-5

3/6/10 2/13/10 2/12/10 11/1/09 2/28/09 2/1/09 1/3/09 11/16/08 3/8/08 2/10/08 2/9/08 10/25/07 2/25/07 2/24/07 10/22/06 2/26/06 2/25/06

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10/15/05 3/13/05 2/13/05 2/12/05 1/16/05 1/15/05 2/15/04 2/14/04 1/17/04 1/16/04 3/15/03 2/8/03 2/7/03 12/1/02 2/17/02 2/16/02 1/26/02

VERMONT 21-7-2

Home: 12-3-0 • Away: 9-4-2 1/30/16 1/29/16 11/20/15 1/11/15 1/10/15 11/2/14 1/11/14 1/10/14 11/1/13 12/2/13 12/1/13

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

11/16/12 12/4/11 12/3/11 11/20/11 1/15/11 1/14/11 11/14/10 1/30/10 1/17/10 1/16/10 1/4/09

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Record 0-1-0 14-26-7 8-22-4 5-3-3 1-4-1 4-4-1 0-1-0 1-1-0 1-6-1 2-1-0 2-10-0 0-2-0 28-14-7 0-1-1 1-7-2 2-0-1 0-1-0 0-7-1 1-4-2 11-35-5 4-3-1 2-0-2 17-22-11 1-3-0 2-0-0 2-10-2 15-30-6 9-6-0 3-7-3 3-1-0 2-0-0 1-1-0 3-10-2 1-0-0 2-0-0 3-4-1 3-3-2 24-7-2 3-4-0 0-3-1 9-4-0

First Meeting L, 0-10 (2/11/01) W, 4-3 (10/28/01) W, 3-0 (11/12/05) L, 1-3 (1/19/02) L, 0-4 (10/10/09) W, 3-1 (10/15/06) L, 1-8 (11/29/00) L, 2-4 (2/23/02) L, 1-8 (1/25/03) L, 0-9 (1/21/01) L, 1-3 (12/12/01) L, 1-9 (1/24/01) L, 2-4 (1/6/02) L, 0-19 (11/12/00) L, 0-2 (10/12/02) W, 1-0 (11/7/15) L, 0-3 (10/7/05) L, 0-8 (10/23/10) L, 2-5 (1/9/04) W, 2-0 (12/1/01) L, 1-4 (2/1/02) T, 1-1 (10/11/03) L, 1-3 (11/2/01) L, 1-3 (11/16/01) W, 1-0 (10/24/15) L, 2-3 (11/25/01) L, 0-4 (1/26/02) W, 2-1 (11/9/01) L, 0-11 (1/10/01) W, 4-2 (1/8/10) W, 13-0 (9/27/08) W, 4-2 (12/7/01) L, 1-5 (1/10/03) W, 6-3 (2/10/01) W, 12-0 (11/18/00) W, 3-2 (10/16/09) W, 4-1 (11/24/09) W, 4-0 (12/1/05) L, 0-9 (1/20/01) L, 1-10 (10/20/01) W, 3-1 (11/24/01)

Last Meeting L, 0-10 (2/11/01 L, 4-2 (3/5/16) L, 4-3 (12/6/15) W, 4-2 (11/4/14) L, 3-2 (11/14/15) T, 3-3 (10/18/15) L, 1-8 (11/29/00) W, 2-1 (11/30/03) L, 0-5 (1/2/11) W, 2-0 (11/16/02) L, 8-2 (1/6/15) L, 1-6 (2/15/01) W, 4-3 (2/13/16) L, 0-19 (11/12/00) L, 2-5 (1/17/09) T, 2-2 (OT) (1/10/16) L, 0-3 (10/7/05) L, 3-0 (9/27/14) L, 2-4 (10/4/08) W, 4-3 (3OT) (2/27/16) W, 8-0 (1/8/06) W, 5-2 (11/13/04) L, 7-3 (1/23/16) W, 5-2 (10/6/07) W, 4-3 (10/25/16) L, 4-0 (1/25/16) W, 3-1 (2/7/16) L, 1-0 (11/27/15) T, 2-2 (OT) (10/26/14) W, 6-2 (1/9/11) W, 11-0 (11/27/10) L, 1-3 (12/8/01) T, 2-2 (11/18/12) W, 6-3 (2/10/01) W, 11-4 (12/5/00) W, 4-3 (10/17/15) T, 2-2 (10/3/15) W, 3-1 (1/30/16) W, 5-4 (11/28/08) L, 2-4 (10/20/02) W, 3-1 (11/29/14)

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GP G (GP Min.

A Pts. GAA Sv%)

Allen, Cristin Armitage, Janelle Aud, Dani

25 15 4

D F F

2006-10 2002-06 2002-04

139 129 34

59 13 2

73 26 2

Badeau, Madison Bailey, Melissa Beck, Lisa Belanger, Annie Bellonio, Jennie Berisoff, Brittany Berry, Kim Binning, Michelle Blain, Maude Brauer, Christie Brozowski, Lauren Buress, Leah Burns, Erin

91 5 13 41 32 11 10 97 81 19 11 94 14

F F D G G F F F D F F F D

2014- 2000-01 2001-05 2014- 2006-10 2012-15 2001-03 2006-10 2009-13 2011-12 2007-08 2012-15 2012-14

64 2 13 6 115 0 25 1442:43 20 1014:01 110 19 53 30 142 47 130 11 22 1 24 0 100 13 65 1

2 3 0 2.70 1.72 23 18 34 26 0 1 21 1

4 9 0 .918 .932 42 48 81 37 1 1 34 2

Camardo, Jaclyn Camardo, Nicole Campero, Kayla Cava, Michela Cavanagh, Susan Chaisson, Jennifer Chandler, Britney Charison, Jodie Chuli, Elaine Cigna, Jusine Clark, Sarah Cohen, Diana Connolly, Shannon Cook, Cydnee

11 9 48 24 21 13 9 8 29 7 15 1 18 4

F D F F F F F F G F F G F D

2008-11 2008-11 2011-15 2012-14 2013-14 2007-11 2004-08 2005-06 2012-15 2006-09 2001-02 2000-01 2001-05 2014-

97 2 63 0 137 35 69 20 35 3 139 27 140 11 2 0 103 5981:30 88 2 34 1 13 745:59 125 20 66 0

0 0 35 24 0 57 14 0 2.93 2 3 7.56 38 6

2 0 70 44 3 84 25 0 .922 4 4 .802 58 6

Danzig, Jena

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4

F

2005-06

17

0

1

1

Evelyn, Sami

15

D

2008-12

139

18

40

58

Farrell, Rachel Fleming, Rebecca Fox, Jaime Francis, Claire Fredette, Justine

8 18 47 35 14

F 2011-15 F 2013-15 D 2015- G 2009-11 F 2014-

141 19 72 9 37 1 1 13:32 65 11

21 15 6 8.87 20

40 24 7 .875 31

Gallinaro, Liz Garcia, Alexandra Garrett, Molly Glasson, Sharon Good, Tiffany Grant, Emily Gross, Taylor

2 83 17 20 93 10 24

D G D F F F F

2004-08 2008-12 2003-05 2000-01 2006-10 2002-03 2010-12

140 11 93 5223:57 67 0 10 0 130 3 18 0 46 13

23 2.26 6 1 3 0 12

34 .921 6 1 6 0 25

Harris, Kelly Hartmayer, Emily Hawkins, Jaclyn Helh, Devon Hewes, Caitlin Hewett, Rebecca Hollstein, Amy Horan, Kelly Houlden, Jennifer Houser, Christie Hughes, Alice Hurlburt, Leslie

22 12 21 25 17 18 10 21 20 33 16 27

F D F D D D F F D G D F

2013- 2000-01 2004-08 2000-01 2011-15 2008-12 2006-10 2009-13 2002-06 2006-10 2012-15 2003-07

97 13 137 13 145 141 142 136 139 - 100 137

13 0 69 0 11 6 44 21 6 - 0 25

16 4 75 0 32 33 44 36 23 - 7 23

29 4 144 0 43 39 88 57 29 7 48

Johnson, Elizabeth

10

F

2000-01

13

0

0

0

King, Bridget King, Molly Knajdek, Casey Knutson, Theresa Korovilas, Georgia

14 15 5 3 11

F/D F D F D/F

2004-08 2006-07 2009-13 2014- 2005-07

137 12 136 73 37

4 0 6 28 0

19 0 18 14 0

23 0 24 42 0

Lambert, Marcie LeFave, Nicole LeMond, Lauren

24 7 22

F D F

2000-01 2003-05 2008-10

13 13 72

0 0 2

0 0 6

0 0 8

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-C-

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14 13 0

Lersch, Alexandra Lindblad, Rebecca Lum, Leah Lutz, Jessica

5 8 7 17

3 1 28 13

3 2 42 17

Maccario, Marisa MacDonnell, Sarah Maclaine, Nora Mahoney, Sara Marashio, Julie McClane, Janice McGuire, Jacquelyn McLeod, Megan McNally, Erin Mee, Kayla Moses, Sarah Murphy, Brittany Murphy, Shannon

13 F 2014- 66 4 26 F 2011-15 141 31 6 F 2015- 37 1 2 F 2001-04 94 21 11 F 2001-04 100 4 18 F 2000-01 13 0 12 F 2001-05 139 22 97 F 2001-05 136 26 19 D 2000-01 14 2 28 D 2015- 37 2 31 G 2012-14 25 1297:16 8 F 2007-11 141 23 29 G 2001-05 90 4936:56

5 47 1 19 4 0 26 39 2 13 3.75 25 2.88

9 75 2 40 9 0 48 65 4 15 .901 48 .906

Nauheim, Kiana

3

D

2010-14

139

2

16

18

O’Connell, Jen O’Connor, Lauren Opela, Cassandra Oropallo, Allison Owens, Tiffany

5 5 12 9 93

F F D F F

2002-03 2001-03 2012-15 2001-03 2001-05

15 49 99 55 139

0 0 0 3 37

0 0 3 6 40

0 0 3 9 77

Paniccia, Nicole Perigard, Nicole Pridmore, Carli Prince, Carla

37 15 14 27

G F D D

2010-12 2000-01 2009-12 2000-01

24 1313:28 12 5 85 0 13 4

2.51 6 2 2

.924 11 2 6

Raithby, Stephanie Ramolla, Allicia Reid, Samantha Roethke, Lindsay Russell, Kristen

10 26 16 10 19

F D D F F

2010-14 2003-07 2005-09 2014- 2005-09

131 134 66 52 132

15 25 9 3 34

31 29 17 3 49

Salazer-Reid, Caitlin 6 Saxon, Jenny 12 Scarpa, Laura 3 Shain, Kaitlyn 1 Slattery, Jocelyn 27 Snodgrass, Emily 62 Snow, Stefanie 28 Spaeth, Erika 16 Stathopulos, Elisabeth 21 Stephens, Hollie 21 Storo, Kaitlin 7 Stosky, Laura 3 Stott, Jessica 9 Swistak, Rana 8 Sydor, Jody 4

D F F G F F D F F F F D D D D

2001-05 2010-11 2000-01 2002-06 2010-12 2011-15 2001-04 2001-05 2009-10 2000-01 2013-14 2001-02 2013- 2000-01 2007-11

138 8 35 1 13 2 87 4858:39 68 10 141 31 87 7 135 4 37 9 13 6 21 0 58 9 107 3 13 0 142 8

30 2 9 2.40 15 39 14 16 14 4 0 12 7 0 41

38 3 11 .921 25 70 21 20 23 10 0 21 10 1 49

Thibault, Dominique 96 Tosches, Mallory 8 Tritter, Nicole 12 Tuttle, Jaime 2

F F F D

2006-09 2003-04 2005-09 2008-10

99 10 134 3

62 0 29 0

50 0 31 0

112 0 60 0

Uliasz, Brianna

24

D

2005-09

139

7

14

21

Vakos, Alexandra 7 VanDam, Jill 21 VanDeveire, Katherine 3 Vibert, Natalie 22

F F F D

2010-12 2002-03 2003-07 2003-07

68 33 134 135

4 4 13 23

11 4 12 40

15 8 25 63

Wallace, Angie Walsh, Emily Walsh, Maggie Weber, Monique Welch, Jenna Wilson, Brittany

19 1 28 26 22 35

F G F F F G

2001-05 2011- 2011- 2008-10 2010-12 2005-09

134 17 1 10:47 33 4 77 24 67 3 98 5552:38

16 0.00 12 30 4 2.22

33 1.000 16 54 7 .921

Zimmer, Margaret Zuba, Michelle

19 17

F F

2012-15 2000-01

143 13

19 1

33 3

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D F D F

2013- 2015- 2014- 2007-10

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0 1 14 4

16 4 8 0 15

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Hockey East Individual Awards

Cristin Allen

Jennifer Chaisson

Sami Evelyn 2011 Second Team

2011 Player of the Year Runner-Up 2011 Second Team

Jaclyn Hawkins

Kaitlyn Shain

Jody Sydor

Dominique Thibault

2010 Best Defensemen 2010 First Team 2009 Second Team

2008 Sportsmanship Award 2007 Second Team 2005 Rookie of the Year 2005 Rookie & Second Team

2010 Best Defensive Forward 2008 Rookie Team

2006 First Team 2005 Second Team 2004 Rookie Team

2008 Rookie Team

Alexandra Garcia

2009 Second Team 2008 Player of the Year 2008 First Team 2007 Rookie Team

Honorable Mentions 2006 - Jaclyn Hawkins 2009 - Brittany Wilson 2010 - Alexandra Garcia, Jody Sydor, Monique Weber 2013 - Caitlin Hewes 2014 - Elaine Chuli

Natalie Vibert 2007 First Team 2005 First Team 2004 Rookie Team

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Cristin Allen

2010 Hockey East's Inaugural Best Defensemen

Natalie Vibert 2004-05 Selection

Kaitlyn Shain 2005-06 Selection

Jennifer Chaisson

2010 Hockey East's Inaugural Gladiator Best Defensive Forward

Brittany Wilson 2006-07 Selection

Jaclyn Hawkins

2008 Hockey East Sportsmanship Award Recipient

Jaclyn Hawkins 2007-08 Selection

Dominique Thibault 2007-08 Selection

Jody Sydor

2008 Mission Rookie Team

Cristin Allen

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Strength and Conditioning

Support Staff

Joel DeMarco • Asst. Strength & Conditioning Coach

The strength and conditioning program for the University of Connecticut is under the supervision of UConn Strength and Conditioning Coordinator Matt Balis. The Strength and Conditioning staff services all 24 of Connecticut’s intercollegiate teams. Assisting directly with the Strength and conditioning efforts for UConn hockey is strength and conditioning staff member Joel DeMarco. UConn hockey players have the use of two different weight rooms in the Harry A. Gampel Pavilion and the newly remodeled Hugh S. Greer Field House. In all, there are over 8,000 square feet of weight training facilities available for all UConn student-athletes. The weight room in the Harry A. Gampel Pavilion is a free weight facility and supplies the Husky student-athletes areas in which to perform their power and Olympic lifts. The facility in the Greer Field House is fitted with more free weights in which the UConn hockey players can incorporate circuit training, speed training and heavy negative workouts into their total strength-training program. Matt Balis and his staff supervise a strength and conditioning program for each individual athlete for training all year long. Each program can be manipulated in order to fulfill the specific needs of the individual. Specific testing is done to each hockey player to monitor progress in strength, power, body composition, anaerobic conditioning and flexibility. These tests provide the coaches and medical staff with an accurate athletic profile on each athlete.

Counseling Program for Intercollegiate Athletes

Lindsay Darcy • CPIA Counselor

The University of Connecticut is committed to each hockey player, and all of its student-athletes, as a total person. Participation in athletics is important, but it represents only one aspect of the student-athlete’s college experience. At the University of Connecticut, academic achievement is the primary concern. Impressively, for the past five years the Connecticut student-athlete retention rate has been 99.0 percent. The University's commitment to the student-athlete is a dual one. Participation in athletics is not viewed as an obstacle to the attainment of one's educational goals, rather it is seen as a complementary activity. Each supports the other. Athletic excellence is stressed, but academic achievement is never compromised - indeed, it is given the utmost priority. The University realizes that the hockey team and all student-athletes, due to their academic involvement, are required to commit a large percentage of their personal time to University sponsored athletic activities. For this reason, the University recognizes the need for a support program for its intercollegiate athletes. The Counseling Program for Intercollegiate Athletes (CPIA) constantly assists all student-athletes in achieving their academic goals. The CPIA staff serves as a liaison to the academic faculty, the Division of Athletics, and the student-athlete. In serving as a liaison between the Connecticut student-athletes and University faculty and staff, the CPIA counselors also provide assistance in securing appropriate support services available with the University. These include orientation for student-athletes, supervised study halls, individual tutors and tutorial centers (an English/Writing Center, Math Center and Reading Center), and learning skills seminars. For the past three years, the writing lab and computers have been networked to a national database which allow all student-athletes to do research at their actual computer stations.

Department of Sports Medicine

Dr. Deena Casiero•Director of Sports Medicine/Head Team Physician Karlie O’Reilly • Athletic Trainer

The Department of Sports Medicine in the University of Connecticut Division of Athletics works as an integrated multidisciplinary team whose purpose is to provide the optimal, safe environment for the hockey student-athletes to train and participate in their sport. The staff takes great pride in the individual attention paid to each student-athlete. They are devoted to preventing injury, rapidly diagnosing and treating injury and maximizing athletic performance. The disciplines of athletic training, strength and conditioning, sports medicine, orthopaedic sports medicine, optometry, nutrition, exercise physiology, and psychology work in concert to provide comprehensive care for the student-athlete. The women's hockey team is spearheaded by Athletic Trainer Alison O’Connor. Physician coverage is provided by Giselle Aerni, MD, the Interim Director of Sports Medicine and Head Team Physician. The Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Specialists for the team include Edward Collins, MD of the Connecticut Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center in Willimantic, Barry Messinger, MD of Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Surgery in Manchester, Michael Joyce, MD of Glastonbury and St. Francis Hospital and Robert Arciero, MD of the University of Connecticut Health Center Department of Orthopaedics in Farmington. The Department of Sports Medicine works intimately with the Departments of Kinesiology and Nutritional Sciences on the University of Connecticut campus. This affords the student-athletes with the input of several nationally recognized exercise scientists. This cooperation also keeps the sports medicine staff at the cutting edge of developments in the fields of human performance and sports nutrition. Members of the sports medicine staff are actively engaged in research that directly benefits the care of all student-athletes. The UConn Sports Medicine team is housed in state-of-the-art facilities in the Hugh S. Greer Field House and the Harry A. Gampel Pavilion, as well as a new and expanded sports medicine treatment center located in The Burton Family Football Complex. In addition to providing the finest in medical care for the UConn hockey program, the Department of Sports Medicine at the University of Connecticut administers to the daily needs of 600 male and female intercollegiate student-athletes who are competing in 24 different varsity programs. The Department of Sports Medicine at the University of Connecticut plays a critical role in assuring that all UConn student-athletes have 24-hour access to the finest medical support and quality health care possible. Through patient care and ongoing research and education, the department continues to provide Husky teams a competitive edge from the medical perspective.

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Commissioner............................................................................................ Joe Bertagna Associate Commissioner.................................................................. Kathy Wynters Director of Communications..............................................................Brian Smith Supervisor of Officials.................................................................. David Lezenski Asst. Supervisor of Officials............................................................Tim Hooton Web Site Coordinator....................................................................... Dan Parkhurst Director of Video Services.......................................................Elizabeth Thomas The Women’s Hockey East Association celebrates its 15th season of play in 2016-17. Over the first 14 years, the conference has emerged as one of the top women’s ice hockey conferences in the nation, having sent nine teams to the Frozen Four and 19 teams to the NCAA Tournament. In 2011 and 2013, both Boston College and Boston University advanced to the women’s Frozen Four, and the Terriers moved on to the NCAA championship game on both occasions. In 2015, the Boston University Terriers captured their fourth consecutive Hockey East tournament title and fifth in the last six years, triumphing over Boston College, 4-1. As the Hockey East Tournament Champion, BU was presented with the recently renamed Bertagna Trophy in honor of the Women’s Hockey East conference’s founding commissioner Joe Bertagna. The Terriers and Eagles were also well represented in the three major awards at the postseason banquet, with BC’s Alex Carpenter winning Player of the Year, BU’s Victoria Bach being named Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Year honors and Eagle coach Katie King Crowley capturing coach of the year accolades for the second consecutive year. Carpenter also became the first Hockey East player to win the top award in NCAA women’s hockey, winning the 2015 Patty Kazmaier Award after a record-setting season with the Eagles. A record 106 student-athletes were named to the league’s 2014-15 AllAcademic Team. Each student-athlete achieved a grade point average of 3.0 or better in each of the two academic periods during which she was actively competing. Five women achieved a perfect 4.0 to share honors as the Hockey East Top Scholar-Athlete: Maine’s Jessica Hall and Katy Massey, New Hampshire’s Brooke Avery, Providence’s Haley Frade and Vermont’s Kourtney Menches. The league also honored nine student-athletes that received “Distinguished Scholar” status. Those earning “Distinguished Scholar” status achieved a 3.0 or better in each semester over four varsity seasons, and 18 others are three-time honorees. In February 2007, the league debuted its inaugural “Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer”. The one-day event was hosted by Hockey East schools as a way to establish a greater fan base, to raise needed funds, and to work with the specific charities to raise awareness for both the league and the specific cause. In the initial year, close to $20,000 was donated back to local breast cancer charities Friends of Mel’s Foundation and the American Cancer Society, vastly exceeding expectations. Last year the league raised over $30,000 to bring the nine-year total to over $260,000. “Skating Strides” has won two national awards at NACMA in the “Single Day Attendance Promotion” category in 2007 and 2009. The 10th annual “Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer” will have an event on each WHEA campus this season, as well as participation by all of the Hockey East men’s teams over the course of two weekends. As women’s ice hockey steadily expanded from its original status as an emerging sport to its current position as an established NCAA championship sport, it became apparent that Hockey East needed to consider sponsoring a separate league to accommodate its five member schools that initially had varsity programs for women: Boston College, Maine, New Hampshire, Northeastern and Providence. Discussions about this proposed league continued until a split in the Eastern College Athletic Conference grouped the five aforementioned programs into a separate league alongside three other unaffiliated program. This newly formed eight-team division was dubbed the ECAC Women’s Eastern League. Seeking league solidarity, administrators from the five Hockey East institutions acted.

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

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