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  • 2009-10 Media Guide#16 Katelyn Pohlman

    Senior Forward

    #21 Katelyn Lajoie

    Senior Forward

    #9 Sandy Parlato

    Senior Defenseman

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    #5 Maria Nasta

    Senior Forward

    #15 Amanda Cianciull

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    Senior Defenseman

    #22 Katelyn Corsino

    Senior Tri-Captain

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    2009-10 SCHEDSCHEDULEULE

    NOVEMBERFri. 6 HOLY CROSS* 7:00 p.m.Sat. 7 MANHATTANVILLE* 2:00 p.m.Fri. 13 at Nichols* 7:30 p.m.Sat. 14 at Salve Regina* 8:00 p.m.Fri. 20 at Norwich* 7:00 p.m.Sat. 21 at Castleton State* 1:00 p.m.

    DECEMBERSat. 5 at Wesleyan 7:30 p.m.Tue. 8 SAINT ANSELM* 7:00 p.m.Fri. 11 NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE* 4:00 p.m.Sat. 12 at Colby 7:00 p.m.

    JANUARYSat. 2 LAKE FOREST# 4:00 p.m.Sun. 3 CONS./CHAMP.# 12/3:00 p.m.Fri. 8 at Saint Michaels* 7:00 p.m.Tue. 12 at Middlebury 4:00 p.m.Fri. 15 NORWICH* 4:00 p.m.Sat. 16 CASTLETON STATE* 1:00 p.m.Fri. 22 at Southern Maine* 4:00 p.m.Sat. 23 at Plymouth State* 2:00 p.m.Fri. 29 CONNECTICUT COLLEGE 4:00 p.m.Sat. 30 SAINT MICHAELS* 1:00 p.m.

    FEBRUARYSat. 6 SALVE REGINA* 2:00 p.m.Fri. 12 PLYMOUTH STATE* 4:00 p.m.Sat. 13 SOUTHERN MAINE* 1:00 p.m.Fri. 19 at New England College* 4:00 p.m.Sat. 20 at Saint Anselm* 3:00 p.m.

    # 3rd Annual Codfi sh Bowl* ECAC East GameHome games in BOLD CAPS at Clark Athletic Center

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    2009-10QUICK FACTSQUICK FACTSAbout UMass Boston

    Location ................................................................Boston, MA 02125Founded....................................................................................... 1964President ...........................................................................Jack WilsonChancellor ......................................................... J. Keith Motley, PhDVice Chancellor for Athletics & Recreation ...................Charlie TitusEnrollment ................................................................................ 14,117Affi liations ...............................................NCAA Division III, ECACConference ........................................................................ECAC EastNickname ...............................................................................BeaconsColors .................................................Beacon Blue, Black and WhiteWeb site ........................................................................ www.umb.edu

    Directions to UMass BostonFrom the SouthInterstate 93 North (Southeast Expressway) to Exit 14, Morrissey Boulevard/JFK Library/UMass. Continue straight off the exit ramp onto Morrissey Boulevard for approximately one mile. Turn right into the campus and follow the driveway to the parking areas. From the NorthInterstate 93 South (Southeast Expressway) to exit 15, Columbia Road/JFK Library/UMass. Turn left at the end of the exit ramp and proceed towards the rotary. Turn right the fi rst opportunity out of the rotary and remain in the right lane descending the ramp onto Morrissey Boulevard. Stay to the right of the curb at the bottom of the ramp and in the left lane. The fi rst traffi c light is in front of The Boston Globe plant. At the second traffi c light, turn left into the campus and follow the driveway to the parking areas. From the WestInterstate 90 (Massachusetts Turnpike) to Interstate 93 South (Southeast Expressway). Follow directions from North as indicated above.

    The 2009-10 UMass Boston Womens Ice Hockey Guide was produced by UMass Boston Athletics Communications, using Adobe InDesign CS2 and Adobe Photoshop CS2. Photography by A.J. Rourke, SportsPix and Harry Brett. Some written material provided by Athletics Communication Graduate Assistant Dan Campagna. Printed by Monroe Litho - Rochester, NY. Pictured on the cover from top left are seniors Amanda Cianciulli, Maria Nasta and Katelyn Pohlman. From bottom left is Katelyn Lajoie, Katelyn Corsino and Sandy Parlato.

    Department of AthleticsVice Chancellor for Athletics & Recreation ...................Charlie TitusSenior Assistant to the Vice Chancellor .......... Jain Ruvidich-HigginsSenior Associate Director of Athletics .......................... Terry CondonAssistant Director of Athletics ...................................Rodney HughesAssistant Director of Athletics .......................................Cheryl AaronAssistant Director of Athletics .................................. Chris FitzgeraldAthletic Department Phone ...........................................617-287-7801Athletics Communication Director ...........................Alan WickstromPhone.............................................................................617-287-7815e-mail ........................................................ alan.wickstrom@umb.eduFax.................................................................................617-287-7840Intercollegiate Coordinator ........................................... Dave RobertsManager of Facilities .................................................... Brian McNeilHead Athletic Trainer .........................................................Ed PerkinsAssistant Athletic Trainer ...........................................Shannon SoaresDirector of Academic Services ..............................Marybeth ManeenStrength & Conditioning Coach ......................................Aaron OlsenEquipment Manager ........................................................ Myles BerryWeb site ....................................................www.beaconsathletics.com

    Womens Ice HockeyHead Coach ........................................Maura Crowell (Colgate 2002)Phone ............................................................................617-287-7869e-mail ..........................................................maura.crowell@umb.eduUMass Boston Career Record ........................ 56-44-4 (Four seasons)Career Record ................................................ 56-44-4 (Four seasons)Assistant Coaches ..................................Ben Conway, Hayley Moore Captains .................... Katelyn Corsino, Lauren Duran, Kristen SmithHome Arena ...................................................... Clark Athletic CenterAll-Time Record .....................................................................79-70-62008-09 Overall Record ..........................................................13-11-2ECAC East Conference Record ................................................12-6-2Letterwinners Returning/Lost ...................................................... 13/9Newcomers ....................................................................................... 8

    Quick Facts ................................................................1Coaching Staff............................................................2Season Outlook ..........................................................4Team Roster ...............................................................6Returning Players .......................................................9Newcomers ..............................................................162008-09 Statistics .....................................................20Eastern College Athletic Conference .......................21All-Time Records .....................................................22All-Time Honors and Awards ..................................29All-Time Roster .......................................................32All-Time Series History ...........................................34Year By Year Results ...............................................37UMB Womens Ice Hockey History ........................40Beacon Tradition ......................................................41This is UMass Boston ..............................................43Why UMass Boston? ...............................................44Clark Athletic Center ...............................................45UMass Boston in the Community ............................46Opportunities for UMB Athletes ..............................47Student Housing Options .........................................48College Degree Programs ........................................49UMass Boston Hall of Fame ....................................50Media Information ...................................................51

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    In just four seasons, Head Coach Maura Crowell is already the winningest coach in UMass Boston Womens Ice Hockey history and has the second-highest win total of any current coach in ECAC East since the 2005-06 season. She enters her fifth season with UMass Boston after leading the Beacons to their highest point total in ECAC East Conference play a year ago.

    In just her fi rst year with the Beacons, Crowell led them to school records in both regular-season and ECAC East victories with a 15-9-1 mark, including a 12-7-0 showing in league play. Under her guidance, UMass Boston advanced to the ECAC East semifi nals for the second time in three years, following a fi rst-ever home playoff game at the Clark Athletic Center and three of her players earned All-Conference honors.

    Crowell followed her fi rst year with three more trips to the ECAC East playoffs, including a pair of semifi nals appearances. Under her direction, the Beacons have hosted a playoff game in each of the last four seasons and earned the second seed in the ECAC East tournament in 2007-08. Shes seen nine of her players earn All-Conference accolades and one named as the leagues Rookie of the Year. Crowell is already the winningest womens ice hockey coach in school history and is the only coach in school annals to guide her team to three playoff victories during her tenure.

    Prior to her arrival, she spent the previous two seasons as an assistant coach with Connecticut College of the New England Small College Athletic Conference. She helped guide the Camels to their fi rst-ever playoff appearance and also served as an instructor at the Connecticut College Development Hockey Camp. Prior to her time at Conn. College, Crowell served as an assistant coach for the Saint Marks School girls ice hockey program in Southborough, MA and gained head coaching experience as the Lions junior varsity lacrosse mentor. The Massachusetts native remains active within the ice hockey instruction arena, having served as an talent evaluator at the Texas Affi liate Camp, which is hosted by the Texas Amateur Hockey Association and a coach and

    evaluator for USA Hockeys Rocky Mountain District Camp in Salt Lake City, Utah. She also coached at various camps throughout the summer months, including the Massachusetts Satellite Program, 14 and Under USA National Development Camp, Boston University Hockey Camp, the Hamilton College Hockey School, the Dynamic Skating program at Merrimack College and Hub City Hockey.

    Crowell enjoyed an outstanding collegiate playing career at Division I Colgate University, before moving onto the coaching ranks. The left wing helped the Raiders to three straight ECAC playoff appearances, including a date in the ECAC Championship as a sophomore, and a 63-37-7 record for an impressive .621 winning percentage in her four seasons in Hamilton, NY. The four-year starter was named an Assistant Captain for her senior year and was also selected to the ECAC All-Academic team for her fi nal season. Since her graduation in 2002 with a bachelors degree in German, she is still prominent in Colgates record book, ranking 13th in career points (61), 10th in career goals (29) and 19th in all-time assists (32).

    The Mansfi eld, MA native starred at Saint Marks School on the prep level, twice leading the Lions ice hockey team in points, while earning captain status for her junior and senior campaigns. She also excelled for the Saint Marks fi eld hockey program and led the fi eld hockey and ice hockey teams to the New England Prep School Athletic Conference title during her career.

    Crowell received the Valentine Piotrow German Prize, awarded for academic excellence in German Studies at Colgate and added a Master of Arts in Teaching degree in German to her mantle in 2004, while at Connecticut College. She has been extremely active in community service, helping to organize a Big Sister mentor program for Hamilton, NY girls playing youth hockey in addition to serving as a counselor at Brantwood Camp in Peterborough, NH, working with underprivileged adolescent girls in a residential setting and volunteering in the Special Olympics as a speed skating instructor in Connecticut.

    COACHING STAFFCOACHING STAFF

    Year W L T Win% Post-Season2005-06 15 9 1 .620 ECAC Semis 2006-07 14 12 1 .537 ECAC Semis2007-08 14 12 0 .538 ECAC Semis2008-09 13 11 2 .538 ECAC QuartersTotals 56 44 4 .558

    The Crowell Years

    Head CoachColgate 2002 Fifth Season

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    Ben Conway returns the UMass Boston Womens Hockey staff after serving in a volunteer capacity a year ago. He will take on an increased role as the Beacons top assistant for 2009-10 after mentoring the goaltenders for both the mens and womens programs last season.

    His wealth of knowledge and experience was an invaluable commodity last year with a pair of fi rst-year goalies in the UMass Boston womens hockey stable. He was also an integral cog in the mens teams quest for an NCAA Tournament berth, keeping the squads goalies sharp as they competed in the ECAC East Championship game for the fi rst time in school history.

    The Western Massachusetts native was part of a senior group at the College of the Holy Cross that enjoyed the most success in the schools history. The Crusaders posted an 82-52-13 mark during Conways four seasons, while making two NCAA tournament appearances and winning the Atlantic Hockey League regular season and tournament titles twice. Holy Cross also won their fi rst-ever NCAA tournament contest with an upset over Minnesota. Conway certainly did his part, owning a career goals against average of 2.56 and posted a sub-3.00 GAA all four seasons, while receiving the AHLs Goalie of the Year Award as a junior. Conway was also named Goalie of the Week a number of times and was also named to the leagues All-Academic squad.

    Conway graduated from Holy Cross with a degree in psychology in 2006 and has since played professionally for the Memphis Riverkings and the Austin Ice Bats of the Central Hockey League. He has also served as a goaltender instructor at the Gary Dineen Hockey School and the Joe Bertagna Goalie School.

    Head Coach Years Record Win %

    Laura Schuler 2003-04 13-12-1 .519Melisa Heitzman 2004-05 10-14-1 .420Maura Crowell 2005-09 56-44-4 .558Totals 2003-09 79-70-6 .529

    All-Time Coaching Records

    Assistant CoachHoly Cross 2006 Second Season

    Hayley Moore joins the Beacons staff following a tremendous collegiate career at Brown University from 2004-08.

    A two-year Captain for Brown, Moore fi nished her career as one of the greatest players in school history.

    The forward was a four-time All-Ivy League selection, including twice being selected to the First Team. Moore was also named to the All-ECAC squad as well as the ECAC All-Academic team and fi nished her time at Brown ranked eighth on the schools career points (130) and goals (68) list, while playing in all 123 games in her four seasons.

    Moore capped her collegiate career by being selected as just the second Brown skater to compete in the Frozen Four Skills Challenge in Denver, Colorado. Just six female position players in the nation were chosen to compete.

    Her outstanding play transcended the college level with an invite to compete for a spot on the United States National Team at the squads training facility in Lake Placid, NY.

    A native of Wakefi eld, MA, Moore graduated from Brown in 2008 with a degree in human biology.

    Assistant CoachBrown 2008 First Season

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    2009-10 SEASON OUTLOOKSEASON OUTLOOKUMass Boston hockey looks well-equipped in 2009-10 with the return of eight of its top nine point-scorers from a year ago, including its top six. The Beacons also have one of the most experienced groups of players they have ever had with six senior and a half dozen juniors lacing up the skates for them. UMass Boston lost just three letterwinners from last years squad and is primed to challenge for the ECAC East crown.

    The Beacons top fi ve point-scoring forwards will don the Beacon blue once again this season, among them a two-time All-Conference player heading into her fi nal season of play.

    Senior Maria Nasta (Andover, MA) continued her outstanding play for UMass Boston last year, earning Second Team All-ECAC honors, while ranking second in the nation with a school-record 27 assists in 26 contests. She will be counted on as one of the teams top offensive threats once again this season and should become the third player in school annals to reach the 100-point plateau this year. The recipient of many of her helpers was junior Lauren Duran (Woburn, MA), who fl ourished in her fi rst full season as a forward. In 23 games, Duran tallied 20 goals as one of the top goal scorers in the country with 0.87 per game to rank third among the nations leaders. Named a Tri-captain this year, she was also an integral part of the Beacons potent power play unit last season, which ranked second among Division III schools with a 27.3% success rate. Duran was good for seven goals with the extra skater to rank among the nations best. Junior Rachel Sousa (Woburn, MA) will also be a key playmaker for UMass Boston again this season. She was the second-leading distributor for the Beacons with 16 assists, a total that was good for 12th most among ECAC East players. She will also be a key on the power play and penalty kill when not playing on one of the teams top lines. Junior Kristen Smith (Beavercreek, OH) made a smooth

    transition in her t ransfer f rom Division I Ohio State last year as one of the teams top goal-scoring threats with 16 in 25 games to rank among the nations elite with 0.64 per game to stand 16th. Three of her tallies were game-winners, s h o w i n g h e r penchant to score when it counts

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    Junior forward Kristen Smith was one of the Beacons top goal scorers last year with 16 to rank second on the team

    most. She has quickly established herself as a team leader and was named a Captain prior to the season.

    Sophomore Kelly Gillis (Northford, CT) enjoyed a solid season in her fi rst year of collegiate hockey with 18 points, including 10 goals as UMass Bostons top-scoring rookie. She will be looked upon to elevate her game this season and contribute to a formidable offense for the Beacons. Junior forward Katie Kirwan (Centerville, MA) worked hard in the

    offseason to improve her skill and conditioning and will vie for increased time on the ice with an eye toward providing more offense as well. She should also be a solid contributor on the penalty kill.

    Seniors Katelyn Lajoie (Marlboro, MA), Katelyn Pohlman (Newton, MA) and Katelyn Corsino (Belmont, MA) will all provide invaluable experience in their fourth years of hockey. Corsino was named a Captain for his season and should add to UMass Bostons depth with her continued improvement in each of her years with the Beacons. Lajoie has been a steady player for UMass Boston and ranked fi fth on the team with six goals a year ago. She will be counted on to provide strength and offensive punch again this year, while Pohlman will give the Beacons a versatile four-year player, who can contribute either as a forward or in the defensive zone of the ice. She has

    Junior forward Katie Kirwan worked hard in the offseason and has been a key on the Beacons penalty kill.

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    Sophomore defenseman Brittany Usmail enjoyed a solid year and should be a key on special teams for the Beacons.

    SEASON OUTLOOKSEASON OUTLOOKgood speed and her experience will be an asset. Sophomore forward Whitney Fraleigh (Fresno, CA) also has the ability to play both ends of the ice and is a very good team player. She saw action in 25 games last year and is a coachable player, who is very dependable.

    In add i t ion to an already deep offensive front for UMass Boston is sophomore transfer S a m P h i l l i p s (Scottsdale, AZ). She should make a n i m m e d i a t e impact on one of the teams top lines after registering 14 points in 18 games, including eight goals for New England College last season. Shes a good playmaker, who also knows how to score. Freshman Alli Greenberg (Stoughton, MA) should also fi gure as one of the Beacons key offensive players in her fi rst year of collegiate hockey. Shes an aggressive, explosive skater and should see time on both the penalty kill and power play, while Allison Manzella (Framingham, MA) has good size at the power forward spot. She enjoyed an outstanding high school career and should add depth to the offense.

    UMass Boston is both talented and experienced on the blue line with all of its top defensemen returning from last years squad.

    Senior Amanda Cianciulli (Billerica, MA) returns for her fi nal season and should give the Beacons a physical presence on the ice. Shes a stay at home defenseman and excels on the penalty kill, while junior Hannah Davis (Oakdale, MN) is a reliable defender with gifted offensive skills. Davis earned ECAC East Honorable Mention honors last year and was among the top-scoring defensemen in the nation with 16 points in 24 games for a 0.67 clip to rank 14th in the country. She proved to be a key component on the power play with six goals to place 16th among the Division III leaders and is a smart, physical player with good vision. Senior Sandy Parlato (Needham, MA) will play the entire season from the blueline after making the switch last season. Shes an experienced player, who is strong on the puck and

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    good in the corners. She can also provide UMass Boston with some offense.

    Junior Jazz Webber (Winslow, ME) made the move to the defensive side of the puck last year and made an immediate impact as a presence on the power play with fi ve of her six tallies coming with the advantage. She knows the game well and is a good skater with excellent vision and will also be a contributor on the penalty kill, while sophomore Brittany Usmail (New Hartford, NY) returns after a fi rst year that saw her play in all 26 games. She worked hard in the offseason to come into the season in top condition and has improved her overall hockey sense and skills. She possesses a good shot and will see time on both the power play and penalty kill.

    Freshmen Julia Gould (Flemington, NJ) and Rebecca Murphy (Hingham, MA) enter the defensive fold for the Beacons and will add to their solid depth. Gould knows her position very well and should see quality ice time. Shes a tough, physical player with experience playing at a high level. Murphy will make the transition to the blueline in her fi rst year of collegiate hockey and is a great team player with an excellent attitude. She will vie for ice time throughout the season.

    The Beacons enter the season with just two goalies, but both are back from last season and should be up to the task.

    Sophomore Leah Hallett (Rocky Hill, CT) was the primary goaltender last year with a school-record 1197:37 minutes and was tested against some of the best teams in the region. She responded by allowing two or fewer goals in 11 starts and posted a 3.06 goals against average for the fourth-lowest mark in school history. She also ranked eighth in ECAC East with a .905 save percentage and stopped 581 shots on the year for the second-most in school history. Freshman Jami Cudmore (Balgonie, SK) was granted a medical hardship following a torn anterior cruciate ligament that required surgery. Prior to the injury, Cudmore was very impressive with a .923 save percentage and a 3.02 goals against average against three very good opponents in Holy Cross, Saint Anselm and Norwich. She did not lose a game last year and will work hard to get back on the ice early this season.

    Sophomore goaltender Leah Hallett played in a school-record 1197:37 minutes last year.

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    No Name Yr Pos Ht Hometown/Previous Team 15 Amanda Cianciulli Sr. D 5-3 Billerica, MA/Robert Morris University 22 Katelyn Corsino Sr. F 5-1 Belmont, MA/Belmont H.S./Charles River 1 Jami Cudmore Fr. G 5-10 Balgonie, SK/Weyburn Wings 14 Hannah Davis Jr. D 5-6 Oakdale, MN/North Saint Paul H.S. 6 Lauren Duran Jr. F 5-5 Woburn, MA/Woburn H.S./Chelmsford Lions 7 Whitney Fraleigh So. F/D 5-6 Fresno, CA/San Jose Junior Sharks 10 Kelly Gillis So. F 5-8 Northford, CT/Connecticut Polar Bears 27 Julia Gould Fr. D 5-2 Flemington, NJ/Princeton Tigerlillies 3 Alli Greenberg Fr. F 5-3 Stoughton, MA/Boston Shamrocks 29 Leah Hallett So. G 5-7 Rocky Hill, CT/Kingswood-Oxford/Conn. Polar Bears 8 Katie Kirwan Jr. F 5-1 Centerville, MA/Barnstable H.S. 21 Katelyn Lajoie Sr. F 5-4 Marlboro, MA/Austin Prep./Minuteman Lady Flames 4 Allison Manzella Fr. F 5-7 Framingham, MA/Framingham H.S./Mass. Spitfi res 20 Rebecca Murphy Fr. D 5-3 Hingham, MA/Hingham H.S. 5 Maria Nasta Sr. F 5-6 Andover, MA/New England College 9 Sandy Parlato Sr. D 5-5 Needham, MA/Sacred Heart University 19 Sam Phillips So. F 5-2 Scottsdale, AZ/New England College 16 Katelyn Pohlman Sr. F/D 5-7 Newton, MA/Newton North H.S./Charles River 24 Kristen Smith Jr. F 5-7 Beavercreek, OH/The Ohio State University 17 Rachel Sousa Jr. F 5-4 Woburn, MA/Woburn H.S./Chelmsford Lions 11 Brittany Usmail So. D 5-6 New Hartford, NY/Tabor Academy 18 Jazz Webber Jr. D 5-4 Winslow, ME/Hebron Academy Head Coach: Maura Crowell (Colgate 2002), fi fth year Assistant Coaches: Ben Conway, Hayley Moore

    Volunteer Assistant Coach: Jacqui Villani Captains: Katelyn Corsino, Lauren Duran, Kristen Smith

    NUMERICAL ROSTERBy ClassSeniors (6)Juniors (6)Sophomores (5)Freshmen (5)

    By PositionForwards (12)Defensemen (6)Goaltenders (3)

    HOW YOU SAY IT BREAK DOWNAmanda Cianciulli .............. chin - CHOO - leeMaura Crowell ................................... KRO-uhlJami Cudmore ........................... CUHD - moorLauren Duran ................................. duh - RANWhitney Fraleigh ............................FRAY - leeLeah Hallett .......................................LEE - uhKatelyn Lajoie................................... luh - JOYSandy Parlato.......................... par - LAHT -ohKatelyn Pohlman ......................... POLE - manRachel Sousa ................................ SOOS - uhBrittany Usmail .........................uss - MAY - ihl

    1 Jami Cudmore 3 Alli Greenberg 4 Allison Manzella 5 Maria Nasta 6 Lauren Duran 7 Whitney Fraleigh 8 Katie Kirwan 9 Sandy Parlato 10 Kelly Gillis 11 Brittany Usmail 14 Hannah Davis

    15 Amanda Cianciulli 16 Katelyn Pohlman 17 Rachel Sousa 18 Jazz Webber 19 Sam Phillips 20 Rebecca Murphy 21 Katelyn Lajoie 22 Katelyn Corsino 24 Kristen Smith 27 Julia Gould 29 Leah Hallett

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    SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS

    GOALS 1 last at Norwich 12/1/07ASSISTS 2 last at Norwich 12/1/07POINTS 3 at Norwich 12/1/07

    Notables: Physical presence ... Smart positional player ... Excels on the penalty kill.

    2008-09: One of three defensemen on the team to play in all 26 games Recorded two points on a pair of assists Registered an assist in the Beacons 3-2 victory vs. Norwich University on December 6 Credited with a helper vs. Holy Cross on January 16 Named to the ECAC East All-Academic Team.

    2007-08: Played in all 26 games Tallied eight points on two goals and six assists Collected fi ve points in back-to-back contests, including a season-high three with a goal and a pair of helpers on December 1 at Norwich Opened the season with a goal at Salve Regina University on November 3.

    2006-07: Began the season with Division I Robert Morris University, where she played in seven games and netted her fi rst collegiate goal to go with an assist vs. Chatham University on October 27 ... Joined the Beacons for the second semester and saw action in 11 contests, while assisting on four goals ... Notched a point in back-to-back games with an assist vs. Castleton State College on February 4 and Southern Maine in the ECAC East tournament on February 24.

    Personal/High School: Four-year letterwinner in ice hockey and a two-year winner in softball at Billerica High School ... Named Player of the Year as a senior for the Indians hockey team ... Selected an ice hockey All-Star for BHS as well as the teams Most Valuable Player ... Tabbed the Most Defensive Defenseman for the Indians as well ... Participated in cheerleading for BHS and was a member of the team that advanced to the national competition ... Earned Most Improved honors for the Indians cheerleading squad ... Born February 21, 1988 ... Daughter of Kris and John Ripa ... Majoring in exercise health science ... Earned honor roll accolades ... Would like to pursue a career in nursing ... Enjoys riding horses, snowboarding ... A member of the UMB softball team as well.

    SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS

    GOALS 1 last vs. Salve Regina 2/28/09ASSISTS 2 vs. Castleton State 2/4/07POINTS 2 last vs. Castleton St. 12/9/07

    Notables: Named a Tri-Captain ... Four-year senior ... Has shown steady improvement every year of her career ... A leader on and off the ice.

    2008-09: Saw time in all 26 games for the second straight season Matched career-highs with five points and four assists Capped the season with at least one point in the fi nal two games, including a goal in the ECAC East Tournament

    Quarterfi nals vs. Salve Regina University on February 28 Assisted on the game-winning tally in a 3-2 victory over Norwich University on December 6 Whistled for just two penalties on the season.

    2007-08: Stepped on the ice for all 26 games Recorded fi ve points with a pair of goals and three assists Picked up points in back-to-back games, including a goal at Colby on January 16 Collected a season-high two points with a goal and an assist vs. Castleton State College on December 9.

    2006-07: Saw action in 19 games, splitting time between forward and defense ... Netted a goal and added four assists ... Committed just fi ve penalties ... Owned a four-game points streak from February 3-9, racking up fi ve points during the stretch, including her fi rst collegiate goal vs. Saint Michaels on February 3.

    Personal/High School: Three-sport athlete for Belmont High School, playing ice hockey, soccer and lacrosse Named a Middlesex League All-Star for the Marauders ice hockey squad and helped them to the league championship Tabbed Defensive Player of the Year as a junior and senior Honored with the Woman and Sports Award Born December 6, 1987 Daughter of Ed and Diane Corsino Majoring in sociology Selected to the Honor Roll at Belmont High School Her older sister, Leanne, played ice hockey for UMass Boston from 2003-06.

    SeniorDefenseman 53 Bil lerica, MARobert Morris University

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    Year GP G A P Pen/Min PP SH GW GT06-07 18 1 5 6 22/44 0 0 0 007-08 26 2 6 8 32/64 2 0 0 008-09 26 0 2 2 20/40 0 0 0 0Total 70 3 13 16 74/148 2 0 0 0

    SeniorForward 51 Belmont, MABelmont HS/Charles River

    KATELYN CORSINOKATELYN CORSINO2222

    Year GP G A P Pen/Min PP SH GW GT06-07 19 1 4 5 5/10 0 0 0 007-08 26 2 3 5 5/10 0 0 1 008-09 26 1 4 5 2/4 0 0 0 0Total 71 4 11 15 12/24 0 0 1 0

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    SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS

    GOALS 3 last vs. St. Anselm 11/18/08ASSISTS 3 last at Plymouth St. 2/13/09POINTS 5 at Plymouth St. 2/13/09

    Notables: Brings excitement to the ice every time she touches the puck ... Great goal scoring and playmaking ability ... Will serve as the fi rst line center and backbone of the power play unit in addition to time on the penalty kill.

    2008-09: Named to the ECAC East Second Team after racking up 38 points in 26 games to rank ninth in the nation with 1.46 points per game, while placing fi fth in ECAC East in total points ... Her

    point total was the second-most for a junior at UMass Boston and the sixth-most of any UMB player in season ... Selected the ECAC East Player of the Week for the week of February 9-15 and fi nished the season with a school-record 27 assists, which placed her second in the nation with 1.04 per game and tied for fi rst in the league in helpers per game ... Netted the third-highest goal total for a UMB junior with 11 ... Excelled on the power play, totaling 20 points (5-15-20) to top the league leaders and netted fi ve power play tallies to rank 11th in the league and give her the seventh-most in a season ever for the Beacons ... One of the most reliable point-scorers for UMass Boston all season, notching at least one point in all but seven games and owned an eight-game point-streak to begin the season, adding to a six-game streak to end last season for a 14-game streak to set a new school record ... Posted 11 multi-point efforts, including a career-high of fi ve points on two occasions, for the sixth-most multi-point outings in a season at UMB ... Netted two or more goals in three games for the ninth-most in school annals, including her second career hat trick as part of a fi ve-point effort vs. Saint Anselm College on November 18.

    2007-08: Transferred from New England College ... Became the second player in school history to be selected to the ECAC East First Team ... Led UMB with 45 points, 20 goals and 25 assists in 26 contests ...Ranked third in the nation with 1.73 points and 0.96 assists per game and seventh with 0.77 goals per contest ... Led ECAC East in total assists, was second in points and stood fi fth in total goals, while ranking 12th among the nations leaders with four game-winning goals and third among league leaders ...Was a force on the power play with 16 points (2-14-16) to rank second in ECAC East and her two short-handed points (1-1-2) placed her eighth among league leaders as did her one short-handed tally ... Became the fi fth player in school history to register a hat trick in just her fourth game of the year vs. Connecticut College on November 20 ... It was the second of 14 multi-point efforts on the campaign, the third most in a season in school history ... Tallied three or more points in

    SeniorForward 56 Andover, MANew England College

    MARIA NASTAMARIA NASTA55a game on eight occasions, including a pair of four-point performances ... The teams most consistent scorer, picking up at least one point in all but fi ve games and put together an eight-game point-scoring streak from January 12 to February 2 for the third-longest for a UMB player, while picking up 17 points during the stretch ... Closed out the season with at least one point in each of her fi nal six outings ... Posted four multi-goal games on the season to rank as the seventh-most in school history ... Smashed the school-record for points and assists by a sophomore and was just one helper shy of tying the overall school-record, while owning the third-highest point total in school history for a season ... Her goal total was the sixth-highest total in school history and tied the school mark for a sophomore ... Her game-winning tally was also one shy of the school-standard ... Named the ECAC East Co-Player of the Week for the week of February 11-17 after collecting six points on a pair of goals and four assists in two games.

    2006-07: Played in 17 games in the second semester for New England College ... Tallied seven points on fi ve goals and a pair of assists ... Netted her fi rst collegiate goal in her debut at Utica College on January 6 ... Tallied points in back-to-back games on two occasions ... Posted multi-point efforts in two contests, including a career-high two goals vs. Southern Maine on February 17.

    Personal/High School: Won four letters for ice hockey and three for softball at Andover High School Named to the Boston Globe All-Scholastic team as well as the Eagle Tribune All-Star squad Earned All-Conference honors three times for the Warriors and was an All-Star on four occasions Selected AHS ice hockeys MVP all four seasons and was elected Captain as a senior following her junior season as an Assistant Captain Two-year All-Star for the Warriors softball squad and was tabbed a Captain as a senior Born November 6, 1987 Daughter of Joe and Donna Nasta Majoring in criminal justice Played softball for UMB in 2008 ... Enjoys snowboarding.

    Year GP G A P Pen/Min PP SH GW GT06-07 17 5 2 7 11/22 0 0 0 007-08 26 20 25 45 13/26 2 1 4 008-09 26 11 27 38 20/40 5 1 1 0Total 69 36 54 90 44/88 7 2 5 0

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    2009-10

    SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS

    GOALS 3 at Nichols 1/23/09ASSISTS 1 last vs. N.E. College 2/20/09POINTS 3 last at Nichols 1/23/09

    Notables: Four-year senior with good experience ... Consistent, steady player ... Physically strong.

    2008-09: Played in all 26 games and ranked fi fth on the squad with six goals Collected nine points on the year Netted the game-winning score in an 8-2 win over MIT on February 6 Tallied her fi rst career hat trick at Nichols College on January 23 Notched at least one point in back-to-back games on two

    occasions Committed just one penalty on the season Named to the ECAC East All-Academic Team.

    2007-08: Saw action in 25 games and tallied eight points on four goals and four assists ... Notched points in back-to-back games on January 12 and 16 ... Began the season with a goal at Salve Regina University on November 3.

    2006-07: Enjoyed a solid first season, playing in 26 contests, while leading all UMB newcomers with eight goals and 13 points, while ranking 15th among ECAC East freshmen in total points and 17th in the league with two game-winning goals ... Called for

    just three penalties ... Registered points in back-to-back outings on three occasions, including her fi rst collegiate goal at Saint Michaels as part of a two-point effort on December 3 ... Posted four multi-point performances to place fourth on the team, including a career-high three points, including a personal-best two goals on January 28 at Salve Regina.

    Personal/High School: Two-year letterwinner in ice hockey at Austin Prep in Reading, MA Named Captain for the Cougars as a senior and helped them to back-to-back Central Catholic League Championships as a junior and senior Born April 21, 1987 Daughter of Kelly and Michael LaJoie Majoring in criminal justice/psychology and would like to pursue a career as an attorney ... Enjoys friends, shopping, eating, sports, the beach and car racing.

    SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS

    GOALS 2 vs. New England Col. 2/15/08ASSISTS 3 vs. Holy Cross 2/13/07POINTS 3 vs. Holy Cross 2/13/07

    Notables: Will make the move to the defense full-time after making the switch to the blue line last season ... Experienced, strong player on the puck ... Good in the corners with a formidable shot.

    2008-09: Saw action in all 26 games Tallied seven points on two goals and fi ve assists Registered at least one point in back-to-back games, including a power play goal and an assist vs. Castleton State

    College on December 5 Assisted on the game-winning goal in a 3-2 victory vs. Norwich University on December 6 and in a 3-2 win vs. Saint Michaels College on January 9.

    2007-08: Transferred from Division I Sacred Heart University ... Played in all 26 games and tallied a career-high 15 points, including a personal-best eight goals to go with seven assists ... Ranked fi fth on the team in points, goals and assists ... Whistled for just four penalties on the season ... Notched at least one point in seven of eight contests late in the season from February 1 to March 1, including a streak of fi ve games ... Potted a pair of goals vs. New England College on February 15 ... Netted her fi rst career game-winning tally on January 12 at MIT ... Registered three multi-point efforts.

    2006-07: Saw action in all 28 games for Sacred Heart University ... Ranked fi fth on the squad with 12 points, including three goals and nine assists ... Owned a three-game point-streak from February 10-24 and tallied seven points during that stretch, including a career-high three points on three assists vs. Holy Cross on February 24 ... Registered three multi-point efforts.

    Personal/High School: Won 11 letters, including four in ice hockey, four in fi eld hockey and three in lacrosse at Kents Hill School in Maine ... Named Captain for all three sports for the Huskies ... Earned both the Coaches and Sportsmanship Award for both ice hockey and fi eld hockey at KHS ... Born April 8, 1987 ... Majoring in history/psychology ... Would like to pursue a career in either teaching or sports psychology ... Enjoys black and white photography, boating, fi shing, golfi ng, skiing and outdoor activities.

    SeniorForward 54 Marlboro, MAAustin Prep/Minuteman Lady Flames

    KATELYN LAJOIEKATELYN LAJOIE2121

    Year GP G A P Pen/Min PP SH GW GT06-07 26 8 5 13 3/6 0 0 2 007-08 25 4 4 8 5/10 0 0 0 008-09 26 6 3 9 1/2 1 0 1 0Total 77 18 12 30 9/18 1 0 3 0

    SeniorDefenseman 55 Needham, MASacred Heart University

    SANDY PARLATOSANDY PARLATO99

    Year GP G A P Pen/Min PP SH GW GT06-07 28 3 9 12 5/10 2 0 0 007-08 26 8 7 15 4/8 0 0 1 008-09 26 2 5 7 6/12 1 0 0 0Total 80 13 21 34 15/30 3 0 1 0

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    2009-10

    SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS

    GOALS 2 last vs. Nichols 11/7/08ASSISTS 1 last vs. Salve Regina 2/28/09POINTS 2 last vs. Colby 2/17/09

    Notables: Good offensive threat from the blue line ... Reliable defender ... Smart, physical player, who has good vision.

    2008-09: Earned a spot on the ECAC East Honorable Mention squad ... Ranked 14th among the nations defensemen with 16 points in 24 games for a 0.67 clip and placed fourth among ECAC East blueliners in total points ... Outstanding on the power play with six goals to place

    16th in the nation and eighth in the league, while compiling 14 points (6-8-14) on the power play to rank sixth in ECAC East ... Notched at least one point in 13 contests, including three multi-point efforts ... Matched her career-high with a pair of goals to open the season vs. Nichols College on November 7 and collected a goal and an assist at Plymouth State University on February 13 and vs. Colby College on February 17.

    2007-08: Enjoyed an outstanding rookie season with 18 points in 26 contests Netted 10 goals and assisted on eight others Notched at least one point in 15 games, including two separate streaks of five games with one point or more Registered her fi rst collegiate goal at Norwich University on December 1 Potted a pair of goals vs. Southern Maine on February 16 and matched that output at Manhattanville College on February 24.

    Personal/High School: Earned four letters in ice hockey and three in track for North Saint Paul High School Tabbed an All-Conference selection for the Polars as a senior and landed a spot on the All-Conference team as an Honorable Mention as a junior Named NSPHS hockeys Most Valuable Player following her senior campaign and was selected the Polars Captain prior to the season Earned All-Conference Honorable Mention accolades for the North Saint Paul track squad as a junior Named to the All-State Academic team and was an Honor Roll student all four years in high school Born December 27, 1988 Daughter of Kristi and Peter Davis Majoring in exercise and health science and would like to pursue a career as a personal trainer ... Enjoys traveling ... Played on the UMass Boston softball team as a freshman.

    SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS

    GOALS 1 last vs. MIT 2/6/09ASSISTS 1 last vs. N.E. College 2/15/08POINTS 1 last vs. MIT 2/6/09

    Notables: Four-year senior ... Versatile player, who could see time at forward and defense ... Has good experience ... Has good speed.

    2008-09: Played in a career-high 24 games Found the back of the net for a goal in the Beacons 8-2 victory vs. MIT on February 6 Committed just two penalties on the season.

    2007-08: Saw action in 23 games and matched her career-high with

    three assists ... Notched points in back-to-back games on February 2 and 15 ... Cited for just four penalties.

    2006-07: Saw action in 21 games ... Ranked third among UMass Boston defensemen with a pair of goals and tallied fi ve points for the season ... Committed just four penalties ... Netted her fi rst collegiate

    goal at SUNY-Cortland on January 7.

    P e r s o n a l / H i g h School: Earned four letters for the Newton North High School ice hockey team Named to the News Tribune and Bay State All-Star teams and was selected as an Honorable Mention selection to the Boston Globes squad for the Tigers Tabbed Rookie of the Year Honored as Student Athlete of the Month Born May 19, 1988 Daughter of Mary and Scott Pohlman ... Majoring in criminal justice.

    SeniorForward/Defenseman 57 Newton, MANewton North H.S./Charles River

    KATELYN POHLMANKATELYN POHLMAN1616JuniorDefenseman 56 Oakdale, MNNorth Saint Paul H.S.

    HANNAH DAVISHANNAH DAVIS1414

    Year GP G A P Pen/Min PP SH GW GT06-07 21 2 3 5 4/8 1 0 0 007-08 23 0 3 3 4/8 0 0 0 008-09 24 1 0 1 2/4 0 0 0 0Total 68 3 6 9 10/20 1 0 0 0

    Year GP G A P Pen/Min PP SH GW GT07-08 26 10 8 18 14/28 7 0 0 008-09 24 6 10 16 7/14 6 0 0 0Total 50 16 18 34 21/42 13 0 0 0

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    2009-10

    SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS

    GOALS 2 last at Plymouth St. 2/13/09ASSISTS 3 vs. Southern Maine 1/18/08POINTS 5 vs. Southern Maine 1/18/08

    Notables: Tri-Captain ... Strong shot with good physical presence ... Tough in the corners and along the boards ... Excellent goal scorer and good fi nisher in the slot ... Will see time on one of the top line and be a key on the power play and penalty kill units.

    2008-09: Turned in an outstanding season, leading the team with 20 goals in 23 games to rank third in the nation with 0.87 goals per game Exceptional on the power play with seven goals for an average of 0.30 per game to place 11th in

    NCAA Division III and fourth in ECAC East for total power play scores Placed 17th among ECAC East leaders with 27 points and was ninth in the league with 12 power play points Owned three streaks of four or more games with at least one point, including a fi ve-game string from December 5 to January 9 Tallied a point in 16 of 23 contests, including eight of the teams fi nal nine games to close out the season with 14 points during that span Opened the season with fi ve points on four goals and an assist in the fi rst two games, including the game-winner in a 5-4 victory over Salve Regina University on November 8 and was named the ECAC East Player of the Week for the week of November 3-9 Registered eight multi-point outings, including six games with two or more goals for the fourth-highest total in a season at UMass Boston Netted goals in four straight games on two occasions during the campaign Tallied a season-high four points on two goals and two assists at Plymouth State University on February 13.

    2007-08: Played all 26 games, including the fi rst 13 as a defenseman ... Flourished after making the move to forward, racking up 20 points on 10 goals and 10 assists in the fi nal 13 games of the campaign to fi nish with 21 points overall ... Ranked third on the squad in points, goals and assists ... Placed 17th among ECAC East leaders with four power play goals and third on the team, while standing 27th in the nation among rookies with 0.81 points per game and was ninth in total points for ECAC East freshmen ... Her two game-winners were tied for second on the team and put her 17th among league leaders ... Enjoyed a seven-game point-scoring streak from January 16 to February 2 and racked up 14 points during that period, which was the sixth-longest streak in school history ... Registered fi ve multi-point outings, including a career-high fi ve points on two goals and three assists vs. Southern Maine on January 18.

    Personal/High School: Four-year letterwinner in ice hockey and earned three letters for soccer at Woburn Memorial High School ... Helped the Tanners to the State Championship as a freshman and junior, while winning the Middlesex League crown three straight years from 2004-06 ... Selected an All-League All-Star all four seasons with WMHS ... Named the Tanners team captain for both ice hockey and soccer ... Born May 5, 1989 ... Daughter of Pat and Judy Duran ... Majoring in exercise and health science and would like to pursue a career in nursing ... Enjoys rollerblading and swimming.

    SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS

    GOALS 1 last at Nichols 1/23/09ASSISTS 2 last at Castleton State 2/23/09POINTS 2 last at Castleton State 2/23/09

    Notables: Worked hard in the offseason to improve her conditioning and skills ... Excels on the penalty kill ... Should see more time on a regular shift this season.

    2008-09: Played in all 26 contests Registered a season-high five points, including a personal-best two goals Matched a career-high with a pair of assists in a 5-2 victory at Castleton State College on February 23 Committed just four penalties

    on the season.

    2007-08: Played in 23 games and tallied four points on a goal and three assists ... Netted a short-handed goal for her fi rst collegiate score in the Beacons 9-0 win at Norwich on December 1 . . . Ranked eighth among ECAC Eas t players in short-handed tallies ... Registered a pair of assists vs. New England College in the ECAC East Tournament semifi nals on March 8 ... Committed just four penalties on the season.

    P e r s o n a l / H i g h S c h o o l : F o u r -year letterwinner for Barnstable High School and was a three-time All-Star for the Red Raiders ... Earned the BHS ice hockey teams Sportsmanship Award as a senior ... Born July 19, 1989 ... Daughter of Anne Lounsbery and Frank Kirwan ... Majoring in exercise health science and would like to pursue a career as a personal trainer ... Earned Deans List honors at UMass Boston.

    JuniorForward 55 Woburn, MAWoburn H.S./Chelmsford Lions

    LAUREN DURANLAUREN DURAN66JuniorForward 51 Centervil le, MABarnstable H.S.

    KATIE KIRWANKATIE KIRWAN88

    Year GP G A P Pen/Min PP SH GW GT07-08 26 10 11 21 12/24 4 0 2 008-09 23 20 7 27 15/30 7 0 1 1Total 49 30 18 48 27/54 11 0 3 1

    Year GP G A P Pen/Min PP SH GW GT07-08 23 1 3 4 4/8 0 1 0 008-09 26 2 3 5 4/8 0 0 0 0Total 49 3 6 9 8/16 0 1 0 0

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    2009-10

    SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS

    GOALS 3 at Castleton State 2/23/09ASSISTS 3 last vs. Nichols 11/7/08POINTS 4 last at Castleton St. 2/23/09

    Notables: Shifty, creative player, who is one of the teams best playmakers, but can also put the puck in the net ... Will see time on one of the top lines as well as the power play and penalty kill units.2008-09: Played in 24 games and ranked second on the team with 16 assists and third with 22 points Ranked 12th in ECAC East in total assists and tallied nine points on the power play to place 18th among league leaders Named ECAC East Player of the Week for the week of February 16-22 after scoring four goals and adding a pair of assists in

    three games Began the season with seven points on two goals and fi ve assists in the fi rst three games of the year Registered her fi rst collegiate hat trick and added an assist to match her career-high for points, including the game-winning goal in a 5-2 victory at Castleton State College on February 23 Racked up three assists vs. Nichols College on November 7 to tie her personal-best in the season opener Strung together a pair of three-game point streaks during the season ... Named to the ECAC East All-Academic Team.2007-08: Became the second player in school history to take ECAC East Rookie of the Year honors ... Tallied 33 points on 13 goals and 20 assists in 26 games to rank second on the team in all categories ... Named ECAC East Rookie of the Week a league-high three times ... Ranked third among all NCAA Division III rookies with 1.27 points per game and third among league freshman in total points, while placing 18th among all players in the country in points per game and 11th among ECAC East total points leaders ... Averaged 0.77 assists per outing to place 12th among the nations leaders, while ranking sixth among league leaders in total assists ... Registered six power play scores to rank 17th in the nation and eighth among ECAC East players and stood seventh in the league with 12 points (6-6-12) with the extra skater ... Potted a pair of game-winning goals to rank 17th in ECAC East ... Enjoyed an 11-game point-scoring streak from January 12 to February 16 to tie for the longest such streak in school-history, while racking up 22 points and being arguably the teams most productive player during that stretch ... Notched at least one point in 17 of 26 contests, while racking up 11 multi-point efforts for the sixth-most in school annals ... Her fi rst season was one of the best for a freshman in school history with her point, goal and assist totals all ranking as the third-highest for a freshman at UMB, while placing her ninth among all players for a season in points, sixth in assists and 10 in goals ... Her power play goal total is also the fourth-most in a season at UMB. Personal/High School: Earned four letters in ice hockey and two more in soccer at Woburn High School ... Helped the Tanners ice hockey team to three straight Middlesex League Championships from 2004-07 and a pair of State titles in 2004 and 2006 ... Named a captain for the WHS ice hockey squad and was selected to the Boston Globe All-Scholastic team as well as the Boston Herald Dream team as a senior ... Tabbed a four-time Middlesex All-League ice hockey All-Star and named All-Scholastic by the Boston Herald in 2006 ... Born June 26, 1989 ... Daughter of Miriam and Ed Sousa ... Majoring in exercise health science ... Graduated Cum Laude from Woburn High School.

    JuniorForward 57 Beavercreek, OHThe Ohio State University

    KRISTEN SMITHKRISTEN SMITH2424JuniorForward 54 Woburn, MAWoburn H.S./Chelmsford Lions

    RACHEL SOUSARACHEL SOUSA1717

    SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS

    GOALS 3 vs. MIT 2/6/09ASSISTS 1 last at Castleton State 2/23/09POINTS 4 vs. MIT 2/6/09

    Notables: High expectations for a big year ... Great hockey mind ... Physical, tough player with a good shot ... Works hard on and off the ice.

    2008-09: Transferred from The Ohio State University and saw action in 25 games Ranked second on the team with 16 goals and was 16th among the nations leaders with 0.64 goals per game, while placing eighth in ECAC East in total scores

    Netted three game-winning goals to stand 13th in the league and her four power play goals ranked 18th in ECAC East Collected 22 points for the third-highest total on the team Ranked fi fth on the squad with four power play tallies Scored the fi rst two goals of her college career with a pair to open the season vs. Nichols College on November 7 Racked up four points, including her fi rst collegiate hat trick on February 6 vs. MIT Put together a pair of four-game point streaks during the season Recorded multiple points on four occasions.

    2007-08: Saw action in fi ve contests for Ohio State ... Named to the Western Collegiate Hockey Association All-Academic team.

    P e r s o n a l / H i g h School: Three-time letter winner for The Culver Academies Received the Most Improved Player award for the Eagles squad Born May 20, 1988 Daughter of Dave and Gayle Smith Majoring in psychology and sociology and would like to pursue a career as an addiction counselor Interes ts include listening to country music, line dancing, playing darts and spending time with family and friends.

    Year GP G A P Pen/Min PP SH GW GT07-08 5 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 008-09 25 16 6 22 21/50 4 1 3 0Total 30 16 6 22 21/50 4 1 3 0

    Year GP G A P Pen/Min PP SH GW GT07-08 26 13 20 33 2/4 6 0 2 008-09 24 6 16 22 5/10 2 0 1 0Total 50 19 36 55 7/14 8 0 3 0

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    2009-10

    SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS

    GOALS 2 at Plymouth State 2/13/09ASSISTS 2 vs. New England Col. 3/8/08POINTS 2 last at Plymouth State 2/13/09

    Notables: Knows the game well ... Good skater with excellent vision ... Distributes the puck well and will see action on both the power play and penalty kill.

    2008-09: Made the transition as a full-time defenseman and matched her career-high with nine points in 26 games to rank 17th among ECAC East blueliners Netted fi ve power play goals to rank third on the squad and 11th in ECAC East Tallied six

    goals overall for a personal-best Notched at least one point in four of the seasons last six games, including a three consecutive contests from February 17-23 Netted a career-high two goals and tied a school-record with a pair of power play goals at Plymouth State University on February 13.

    2007-08: Played in 25 games on the season, including the first 13 as a forward ... Tallied nine points on a pair of goals and seven assists ... Tied for fi fth on the team in assists ... Netted her fi rst collegiate goal in the Beacons season opener at Salve Regina University on November 3 ... Registered points in back-to-back games on two occasions ... Collected a season-high two assists in UMBs 6-0 win at Plymouth State on February 2.

    Personal/High School: Won fi ve letters in ice hockey and three in track and fi eld for Hebron Academy ... Ran sprints for the Lumberjacks track and fi eld squad and was named the teams Most Valuable Performer ... Helped the Hebron track and fi eld team to a MAISAD Championship as well as a New England crown ... Born July 10, 1988 ... Daughter of Ron and Audr Webber ... Majoring in psychology/sociology ... Enjoys the beach, being outside, hanging out, having fun, walking around and traveling.

    JuniorDefenseman 54 Winslow, MEHebron Academy

    JAZZ WEBBERJAZZ WEBBER1818SophomoreForward/Defenseman 56 Fresno, CASan Jose Junior Sharks

    WHITNEY FRALEIGHWHITNEY FRALEIGH77

    Year GP G A P Pen/Min PP SH GW GT07-08 25 2 7 9 12/24 0 0 0 008-09 26 6 3 9 11/22 5 0 0 0Total 51 8 10 18 23/46 5 0 0 0

    SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS

    GOALS None

    ASSISTS 1 last vs. MIT 2/6/09POINTS 1 last vs. MIT 2/6/09

    Notables: Will see action at both forward and the blue line ... Coachable player, who is very dependable ... Good team player.

    2008-09: Saw action in 25 contests Tallied a pair of assists Notched her first collegiate point with an assist in an 8-1 victory at Nichols College on January 23 Registered a helper in an 8-2 win vs. MIT on February

    6 The only skater on the team, who did not commit a penalty during the season.

    Personal/High School: Skated for the San Jose Jr. Sharks junior ice hockey team and was named the teams Assistant Captain in the 2005 and 2007 seasons Helped Sharks advance to the quarterfi nals at the 2007 Nationals Born May 1, 1990 Daughter of Doug and Nancy Fraleigh Majoring in management ... Earned Deans List honors for both semesters at UMass Boston last year ... Enjoys reading, writing and being with friends.

    Year GP G A P Pen/Min PP SH GW GT08-09 25 0 2 2 0/0 0 0 0 0Total 25 0 2 2 0/0 0 0 0 0

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    2009-10

    SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS

    GOALS 1 last vs. MIT 2/6/09ASSISTS 2 last at Plymouth State 2/13/09POINTS 3 last vs. MIT 2/6/09

    Notables: Has a good sense for the net and is a good scorer ... Will look to elevate her game and be a big contributor.

    2008-09: Enjoyed a solid rookie season, leading all UMass Boston freshmen with 10 goals, eight assists and 18 points in 25 contests Named ECAC East Rookie of the Week twice Ranked 11th among ECAC East freshmen in total points

    and made her goals count with fi ve game-winners to place sixth among the nations leaders and fi fth in ECAC East Ranked fourth among all players on the team in goals and fi fth in points Converted three power play scores Tallied a season-high three points with a goal and a pair of assists on two occasions, including the game-winner in the Beacons 7-3 victory over Saint Anselm College on November 18 Netted her fi rst collegiate goal on November 8 vs. Salve Regina University Put together two streaks of at least four games with at

    least one point, including a season-long five-game stretch from November 16 to December 6.

    P e r s o n a l / H i g h School: Was a member of the Polar Bears Junior ice hockey team Also played goalie for the North Branford High School soccer team B o r n N o v e m b e r 1 4 , 1989 Daughter of Brenda Gillis and Warren Chris Majoring in exercise health science Enjoys horseback riding, playing street hockey, hanging out with friends, watching movies and going camping.

    SophomoreForward 58 Northford, CTConnecticut Polar Bears

    KELLY GILLISKELLY GILLIS1010SophomoreGoaltender 57 Rocky Hil l , CTConnecticut Polar Bears

    LEAH HALLETTLEAH HALLETT2929

    SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS

    SAVES 56 vs. Middlebury 1/20/09MINUTES 60:53 at St. Michaels 1/31/09POINTS None

    Notables: Worked hard in the offseason and should see the bulk of the minutes ... Has steadily improved from last season.

    2008-09: Seized her opportunity as the Beacons primary goaltender in her fi rst season Started 19 of 21 games that she appeared in and registered a .905 save percentage to rank eighth among ECAC East goalies Broke the school-record for minutes played with 1197:37,

    while matching the programs standard for games played Turned away 581 shots on the year for the second-most in school annals and owned a 3.06 goals against mark for the fourth-lowest average in school history Allowed two or fewer goals in 11 starts, including a pair of shutouts to become just the third UMass Boston goalie to post at least two in a season Enjoyed a stretch from January 20 to February 17, where she allowed just 11 goals in 430:12 minutes of play over parts of nine contests for a 1.53 goals against average Earned her fi rst career shutout with 19 saves in a 4-0 victory over Castleton State College on December 5 and was named the ECAC East Goalie of the Week for the week of December 1-7 Did not allow a goal in a 26-save effort to lead UMB to a 4-0 win over New England College on February 20 and was named the ECAC East Rookie of the Week for the week of February 16-22 Made 30 or more saves on seven occasions, including a school-record of 56 vs. nationally-ranked Middlebury College on January 20.

    Personal/High School: Played ice hockey for U-14, U-16 and U-19 teams and junior ice hockey for the Connecticut Polar Bears ... Helped the Polar Bears to a third-place national fi nish in 2005 and was a member of the national runner-up squad in 2007 ... Four-year letter winner for Kingswood Oxford Prep School Finished second in the conference in overall save percentage in 2008 Named team Most Valuable Player in 2005 and 2008 Also played goalie for the KOPS Lacrosse team all four years Received the Most Improved Player award her freshman year and MVP award her senior campaign Was selected as a team Captain for Wyverns ice hockey, lacrosse and soccer squads during her senior year Born June 13, 1990 Daughter of Kathy and Craig Hallett Majoring in history and anthropology Enjoys all sports, reading, traveling, and doing community service ... Helped build a new school in Paraguay in the summer of 2008.Year G/S Min GA SV SV% GAA Record Win% ShO08-09 21/19 1197:37 61 581 .905 3.06 8-10-1 .447 2Total 21/19 1197:37 61 581 .905 3.06 8-10-1 .447 2

    Year GP G A P Pen/Min PP SH GW GT08-09 25 10 8 18 13/34 3 0 5 0Total 25 10 8 18 13/34 3 0 5 0

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    SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS

    GOALS 1 vs. Colby 2/17/09ASSISTS 2 vs. MIT 2/6/09POINTS 2 vs. MIT 2/6/09

    Notables: Worked hard to get into top condition ... Has improved her overall hockey sense and skills ... Good shot and reliable player ... Will see action on both the power play and penalty kill units.

    2008-09: The only freshman on the squad to play in all 26 games Tied for the team lead with six points for fi rst-year defensemen Netted her fi rst collegiate goal vs. Colby

    College on February 17 Racked up a season-high two assists vs. MIT on February 6.

    P e r s o n a l / H i g h School: Skated for Tabor Academy, earning two varsity letters Received the Founders Award for ice hockey from Tabors Athletic Department Help lead the Seawolves to the 2008 semi-fi nals Also played junior ice hockey for the Syracuse Stars Four-year letter winner in fi eld hockey for TA Played two years of varsity lacrosse for New Hartford High School Born August 18, 1990 Daughter of Todd and Noreen Usmail Majoring in international business/political science and would like to pursue a career in corporate law ... Earned Deans List honors for both semesters last year at UMass Boston.

    SophomoreDefenseman56 New Hartford, NYTabor Academy

    BRITTANY USMAILBRITTANY USMAIL1111FreshmanGoaltender 510 Balgonie, SaskatchewanWeyburn Wings

    JAMI CUDMOREJAMI CUDMORE11

    SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS

    SAVES 44 at Holy Cross 11/16/09MINUTES 65:00 at Holy Cross 11/16/09POINTS None

    Notables: Comes into the season still recovering from offseason surgery ... Will work to get back on the ice and be a key contributor.

    2008-09: Looked promising in her debut season, before missing the remainder of the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee Posted an impressive .923 save percentage, while making 108 saves Posted a 2-0-1 record and owned a 3.02

    goals against average in just under 179 minutes of action in three games Stopped a season-high 44 shots in a 4-4 overtime tie in her collegiate debut on November 16 at Holy Cross Turned away 30 shots in a 7-3 victory over Saint Anselm College on November 18 and earned a 3-2 win over Norwich on December 6 with 34 saves, before going down with an injury.

    Personal/High School: Played junior ice hockey for the Weyburn Goldwings and was selected to the Saskatchewan Female Midget AAA Hockey League All-Star team in 2007 Received several game Most Valuable Player Awards for the Goldwings Helped Weyburn to the Saskatoon A-Side Finals as well as the Notre Dame B-Side Finals ... Played junior ice hockey for the Regina Predators and helped them to the Lethbridge A-Side Championship ... Named to the Great Distinction Honor Roll all four years at Greenall High School ... Born January 4, 1990 Daughter of Guy and Carine Cudmore Majoring in biology and would like to pursue a career as a marine biologist Earned Deans List honors for both semesters last year at UMass Boston ... Hobbies include reading, going out with friends, watching movies and playing practical jokes.

    Year G/S Min GA SV SV% GAA Record Win% ShO08-09 3/3 178:42 9 108 .923 3.02 2-0-1 .833 0Total 3/3 178:42 9 108 .923 3.02 2-0-1 .833 0

    Year GP G A P Pen/Min PP SH GW GT08-09 26 1 5 6 7/14 0 0 0 0Total 26 1 5 6 7/14 0 0 0 0

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    SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS

    GOALS 2 last at St. Anselm 12/5/08ASSISTS 1 last at Castleton St. 1/23/09POINTS 3 vs. Plymouth St. 11/22/08

    Notables: Transfer from New England College ... Should make an immediate impact ... Good playmaker, who can score ... Knows the game really well and outstanding work ethic ... Tough player, who wants to win.

    2008-09: Saw action in 18 games for New England College ... Ranked second on the team with eight goals and fourth with 14 points, including

    six assists ... Placed ninth among ECAC East rookies in points per game with 0.78 ... Registered a pair of multi-goal efforts, including a pair of goals and the game-winner in a 3-1 victory at Saint Anselm College on December 5 ... Racked up three multi-point outings, including a season-high of three points on two goals and an assist vs. Plymouth State University on November 22 ... Strung together a pair of four-game point-scoring streaks, including a stretch from November 15 to December 5, where she tallied seven points on fi ve goals and two assists ... Potted her fi rst collegiate goal on November 7 vs. Castleton State College.

    Personal/High School: Two-year letterwinner for Shattuck Saint Marys School in Minnesota ... Helped the Sabres win the 2007 USA Hockey U-19 National Championship ... Born November 27, 1990 ... Daughter of Gord and Hidemi ... Majoring in management ... Enjoys snowboarding and wakeboarding.

    SophomoreForward52 Scottsdale, AZNew England College

    SAM PHILLIPSSAM PHILLIPS1919

    Year GP G A P Pen/Min PP SH GW GT08-09 18 8 6 14 8/16 0 0 1 0Total 18 8 6 14 8/16 0 0 1 0

    Notables: Should see quality time on the blue line ... Knows her position every well ... Enters her fi rst year with good experience at a high level of hockey ... Tough, physical player.

    Personal/High School: Helped the Princeton Tigerlillies junior team to a 2009 USA Hockey 19-U National Championship appearance ... Earned a spot at Select District Camp in 2004 and 2006 ... Graduated from Hunterdon Central High School ... Born October 30, 1990 ... Daughter of Ann Lynch and Don Gould ... Majoring in biology ... Enjoys running.

    FreshmanDefenseman52 Flemington, NJPrinceton Tigerl i l l ies

    JULIA GOULDJULIA GOULD2727

    Notables: Explosive skater and aggressive player ... Will see time in all special teams situations and should play on one of the top two lines.

    Personal/High School: Four-year letterwinner in both ice hockey and soccer at Kents Hill School ... Played hockey for the Boston Shamrocks junior team ... Born July 7, 1990 ... Daughter of Mary and Ralph ... Undecided on major ... Would like to pursue a career in humanitarian work ... Enjoys snowboarding, skimboarding, running, going to the beach and being with friends.

    FreshmanForward53 Stoughton, MABoston Shamrocks

    ALLI GREENBERGALLI GREENBERG33

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    Notables: Good size at the power forward position ... Should add depth to the offensive and get better with more experience at the college level.

    Personal/High School: Four-year letterwinner at Framingham High School ... Named a four-time Bay State League All-Star for the Fleagles ... Selected the FHS Most Valuable Player three years in a row and led the team in scoring all four years ... Born February 12, 1991 ... Daughter of Ronald and Lianne Manzella ... Majoring in criminal justice.

    FreshmanForward57 Framingham, MAFramingham H.S./Mass Spitfires

    ALLISON MANZELLAALLISON MANZELLA44

    Notables: Will make the move from forward to defense ... Great attitude and team player ... Should get better as she gains more collegiate experience.

    Personal/High School: Lettered in both ice and fi eld hockey for Hingham High School ... Earned the 7th Player Award all four years for the HHS ice hockey team ... Helped the Harbormen to the 2008 State Championship and was named the Defensive Most Valuable Player ... Member of the Hingham High School 100-point club ... Played forward for the HHS fi eld hockey squad ... Born September 15, 1990 ... Daughter of Joan and Ted Murphy ... Majoring in nursing ... Enjoys sports, hanging out with friends, shopping, music, drawing and coaching youth hockey.

    FreshmanDefenseman53 Hingham, MAHingham H.S.

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    DATE OPPONENT SCORE 11/7 NICHOLS* 6-1 W11/8 SALVE REGINA* 5-4 W11/15 at Manhattanville* 1-8 L11/16 at Holy Cross* 4-4 T11/18 SAINT ANSELM* 7-3 W11/25 at Conn. College 4-3 W12/5 CASTLETON STATE* 4-0 W12/6 NORWICH* 3-2 W1/5 OSWEGO# 1-5 L1/6 NEUMANN# 3-4 L1/9 SAINT MICHEALS* 3-2 W1/16 HOLY CROSS* 2-6 L1/17 MANHATTANVILLE* 1-5 L1/20 MIDDLEBURY 3-6 L1/23 at Nichols* 8-1 W1/24 at Salve Regina* 1-2 L1/30 at Norwich* 0-2 L1/31 at Saint Micheals* 2-2 T2/3 at MIT* 4-1 W2/6 MIT* 8-2 W2/13 at Plymouth State* 8-0 W2/14 at Southern Maine* 0-1 L2/17 COLBY 5-6 L2/20 N.E. COLLEGE* 4-0 W3/23 at Castleton State* 5-2 W3/28 SALVE REGINA! 2-7 L

    * ECAC East Game# 2nd Annual Codfi sh Bowl! ECAC East TournamentHOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS

    RECORD: ALL GAMES ECAC EAST OVERALL (13-11-2) (12-6-2) HOME (8-7-0) (8-2-0) AWAY (5-4-2) (4-4-2) NEUTRAL (0-0-0) (0-0-0)

    PLAYER GP G A P P/GM G/GM PEN/MIN PP SH GW GTMaria Nasta 26 11 27 38 1.46 0.42 20/40 5 1 1 0Lauran Duran 23 20 7 27 1.17 0.87 15/30 7 0 1 1Kristen Smith 25 16 6 22 0.88 0.64 21/50 4 1 3 0Rachel Sousa 24 6 16 22 0.92 0.25 5/10 2 0 1 0Kelly Gillis 25 10 8 18 0.72 0.4 13/34 3 0 5 0Hannah Davis 24 6 6 10 0.42 0.25 7/14 6 0 0 0Maria Guanci 26 4 12 16 0.62 0.15 6/12 3 0 1 0Katelyn Lajoie 26 6 3 9 0.35 0.23 1/2 1 0 1 0 Jazz Webber 26 6 3 9 0.35 0.23 11/22 5 0 0 0Sandy Parlato 26 2 5 7 0.27 0.08 6/12 1 0 0 0Emily Brienzo 22 2 4 6 0.27 0.09 22/44 1 0 0 0 Brittany Usmail 26 1 5 6 0.23 0.04 7/14 0 0 0 0Katie Kirwan 26 2 3 5 0.19 0.08 4/8 0 0 0 0Katelyn Corsino 26 1 4 5 0.20 0.04 2/4 0 0 0 0 Jacqui Villani 14 0 4 4 0.29 0.00 7/14 0 0 1 0Whitney Fraleigh 25 0 2 2 0.08 0.00 ------ 0 0 0 0Amanda Cianciulli 26 0 2 2 0.08 0.00 20/40 0 0 0 0Katelyn Pohlman 24 1 0 1 0.04 0.04 2/4 0 0 0 0Jessica Sams 1 0 0 0 0.00 0.00 ------ 0 0 0 0Aly Garnett 3 0 0 0 0.00 0.00 0 0 0 0Jami Cudmore 3 0 0 0 0.00 0.00 0 0 0 0Darah Thomas 3 0 0 0 0.00 0.00 0 0 0 0Leah Hallett 21 0 0 0 0.00 0.00 0 0 0 0 Bench - - - - 1/2 - - - -

    UMass Boston 26 94 121 215 8.27 3.60 170/356 38 2 13 1Opponents 26 79 103 182 7.00 3.03 156/312 22 2 11 1

    Goaltending GP Min GA SV SV% GAA Rec Win% GS ShOLeah Hallett 21 1197:37 61 581 .905 3.06 8-10-1 .447 19 2Jami Cudmore 3 178:42 9 108 .923 3.02 2-0-1 .833 3 0Aly Garnett 3 129:55 8 39 .830 3.69 2-1-0 .667 3 0Jessica Sams 1 60:00 0 11 1.00 0.00 1-0-0 1.00 1 1Open Net 5 1:55 0

    UMass Boston 26 1570:00 79 739 .903 3.02 13-11-2 .538 26 3Opponents 26 1570:00 94 751 .889 3.59 11-13-2 .462 26 2

    Special Teams Power Play Pct. SHA Penalty Kil Pct. SHF Combined Pct. PPC/G UMass Boston 28/139 .273 2 127/149 .852 2 165/288 .573 5.3Opponents 22/149 .148 2 101/139 .727 2 123/288 .427 5.7

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    Womens hockey is one of the fastest growing sports in the United States and the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) has played the role of both a leader and a pioneer during the two decades that it has been involved with the game. Home to the premier Division I league in the nation, the ECAC boasts a history that gleams with accomplishments. From individual honors to contributions on the international stage, the ECAC and its players and coaches have set a high standard for excellence in the game. At the Division I level, ECAC players have 29 times achieved All-America honors, won 25 Olympic Gold Medals, and have won the Patty Kazmaier Award all fi ve years it has existed as a designation of the nations top player. Membership in the ECACs leagues has changed to meet the needs of the exploding collegiate sport as 22 teams have called the ECAC home since the fi rst championship was contested in 1984. The ECAC also sponsors hockey at the Division III level with some of the best programs in the nation residing in ECAC East and West. Members of Division III ECAC can be found in Pennsylvania, New York State and every corner of New England. Members of the East Division include Manhattanville College, The College of the Holy Cross, University of Southern Maine, New England College, Saint Michaels College, Salve Regina University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Saint Anselm College, Castleton State College, Plymouth State University, Norwich University and University of Massachusetts Boston. The West includes Elmira College, SUNY-Plattsburgh, Neumann College, Utica College, SUNY-Cortland, Buffalo State College, SUNY-Oswego, Rochester Institute of Technology, and Chatham College. Elmira won the National Championship in 2002 and 2003, defeating Manhattanville for the title in 2003, but fell in the 2005 championship game. Plattsburgh lost in the 2006 title game, but took the trophy in 2007.

    2008-09 ECAC East All-StarsFirst TeamPos. Player Class Institution F Stacey Hochkins Fr. Holy CrossF Holly Nonis So. ManhattanvilleF Jocelyn Kratchmer So. Holy CrossD Amanda Wilks Fr. NorwichD Erin Brawley Sr. ManhattanvilleG Karine Turmel Sr. Manhattanville

    Pos. Player Class InstitutionF Sophie Leclerc Jr. NorwichF Kameron Klauber Fr. MITF Maria Nasta Jr. UMass BostonD Lisa Wilson Jr. Holy CrossD Sarah Fullerton Jr. ManhattanvilleG Teraysa White Fr. New England

    Pos. Player Class InstitutionF Bianca Desantis Sr. Saint AnselmF Alex Blackwell Sr. ManhattanvilleF Julie Fortier Fr. NorwichD Emily Paquin So. Saint MichaelsD Hannah Davis So. UMass BostonG Kristen Gresko Fr. Southern Maine

    Second Team

    PLAYER OF THE YEAR Holly Nonis, Manhattanville

    2008-09 ECAC East Standings Conference Overall Team W L T Pts W L TDivision AHoly Cross 17 2 1 35 24 2 1Manhattanville 17 3 0 34 20 7 0UMass Boston 12 6 2 26 13 11 2Salve Regina 12 8 0 24 18 9 1Nichols 1 18 1 3 2 22 1Division BNorwich 14 6 1 29 19 9 1MIT 6 14 1 13 6 15 1Castleton State 6 15 0 12 6 20 0Saint Michaels 4 14 3 11 6 18 3Division CSaint Anselm 13 5 1 27 16 9 2Southern Maine 12 5 2 26 14 9 4New England College 8 9 2 18 11 13 2Plymouth State 1 18 0 2 1 21 0

    2009 ECAC East TournamentFirst Round

    Saturday, February 28, 2009(#8) Castleton State 2 at (#1) Manhattanville 5

    (#7) MIT 3 at (#2) Norwich 4(#6) New England College 0 at (#3) Southern Maine 3

    (#5) Salve Regina 7 at (#4) UMass Boston 2

    Semifi nalsSaturday, March 7, 2009 (at Rye, NY)

    (#5) Salve Regina 1 at (#1) Manhattanville 0(#2) Norwich 8 vs. (#3) Southern Maine 2

    ChampionshipSunday, March 8, 2009 (at Rye, NY)

    (#2) Norwich 4 vs. (#5) Salve Regina 0

    2008-09 ECAC East All-Rookie TeamPos. Player Class Institution F Stacey Hochkins Fr. Holy CrossF Kameron Klauber Fr. MITF Julie Fortier Fr. NorwichD Amanda Wilkes Fr. NorwichD Molly Corl Fr. Saint AnselmG Teraysa White Fr. New England

    ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Stacey Hochkins, Holy CrossGOALTENDER OF THE YEAR Karine Turmel, ManhattanvilleCOACH OF THE YEAR Peter Van Buskirk, Holy Cross

    ECAC EASTECAC EAST

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    Team Records MOST WINS15 2005-06

    MOST HOME WINS10 2005-06

    MOST ROAD WINS8 2006-07

    FEWEST WINS10 2004-05

    FEWEST HOME WINS6 2004-05 & 2006-07

    FEWEST ROAD WINS4 2003-04 & 2003-04

    MOST LOSSES14 2004-05

    MOST HOME LOSSES7 2008-09

    MOST ROAD LOSSES8 2004-05

    FEWEST LOSSES9 2005-06

    FEWEST HOME LOSSES4 2005-06

    FEWEST ROAD LOSSES4 2008-09

    MOST TIES2 2008-09

    FEWEST TIES0 2007-08

    MARGIN OF VICTORY10 10-0 vs. Salve Regina, Nov. 15, 2003 10-0 at Saint Michaels, Jan. 29, 2005 11-1 at MIT, Feb. 9, 2007

    MARGIN OF DEFEAT12 0-12 at Manhattanville, Mar. 6, 2004

    HIGHEST WINNING PERCENTAGE.620 2005-06

    HIGHEST HOME WINNING PERCENTAGE.700 2005-06

    HIGHEST ROAD WINNING PERCENTAGE.545 2008-09

    LOWEST WINNING PERCENTAGE.420 2004-05

    LOWEST HOME WINNING PERCENTAGE.500 2004-05

    LOWEST ROAD WINNING PERCENTAGE.333 2004-05

    HIGHEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE3.99 2003-04

    LOWEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE2.78 2005-06

    HIGHEST GOALS PER GAME AVERAGE4.00 2003-04

    LOWEST GOALS PER GAME AVERAGE3.28 2004-05

    MOST GOALS, PERIOD7 (2nd) vs. Castleton State, 12/2/05

    MOST GOALS, GAME11 at MIT, Feb. 9, 2007

    MOST GOALS, SEASON104 2003-04

    LEAST GOALS, SEASON82 2004-05

    MOST GOALS ALLOWED, PERIOD5 Four times, most recent (2nd) at Manhattanville, 12/5/04MOST GOALS ALLOWED, GAME12 at Manhattanville, Mar. 6, 2004MOST GOALS ALLOWED, SEASON104 2003-04

    LEAST GOALS ALLOWED, SEASON70 2005-06

    MOST ASSISTS, GAME17 at Saint Michaels, Jan. 29, 2005 vs. Castleton State, Feb. 19, 2005 at MIT, Feb. 9, 2007

    MOST ASSISTS, SEASON144 2006-07

    MOST OPPONENT ASSISTS, GAME19 at Manhattanville, Mar. 6, 2004

    MOST OPPONENT ASSISTS, SEASON142 2003-04

    MOST POINTS, GAME28 at MIT, Feb. 9, 2007

    MOST POINTS, SEASON246 2006-07

    MOST OPPONENT POINTS, GAME31 at Manhattanville, Mar. 6, 2004

    MOST OPPONENT POINTS, SEASON246 2003-04

    MOST POWER PLAY GOALS, GAME5 vs. Saint Anselm, Nov. 18, 2008

    MOST POWER PLAY GOALS, SEASON38 2008-09

    MOST POWER PLAY GOALS ALLOWED, GAME4 at RIT, Dec. 13, 2003 at Manhattanville, Jan. 25, 2004 at Saint Michaels, Nov. 30, 2007 at Middlebury, Dec. 8, 2007 at Manhattanville, Nov. 15, 2008

    MOST POWER PLAY GOALS ALLOWED, SEASON28 2003-04

    HIGHEST POWER PLAY %, SEASON.273 2008-09

    LOWEST POWER PLAY %, SEASON.152 2005-06

    HIGHEST PENALTY KILL %, SEASON.863 2005-06

    LOWEST POWER KILL %, SEASON.776 2003-04

    MOST SHORTHANDED GOALS, GAME3 vs. Saint Michaels, Feb. 6, 2004

    MOST SHORTHANDED GOALS, SEASON7 2007-08

    MOST SHORTHANDED GOALS ALLOWED, GAME2 vs. Holy Cross, Nov. 17, 2007

    MOST SHORTHANDED GOALS ALLOWED, SEASON3 2006-07 & 2007-08

    MOST HAT TRICKS, SEASON9 2003-04

    MOST SHUTOUTS, SEASON4 2005-06

    MOST TIMES SHUT OUT, SEASON5 2006-07

    LEAST TIMES SHUT OUT, SEASON1 2004-05

    MOST PENALTY MINUTES, GAME38 vs. Southern Maine, Dec. 10, 2004

    FEWEST PENALTY MINUTES, GAME2 vs. RIT, Nov. 12, 2005 at Salve Regina, Nov. 19, 2005 at MIT, Jan. 12, 2008 at Nichols, 1/23/2009

    MOST PENALTY MINUTES, SEASON356 2008-09

    FEWEST PENALTY MINUTES, SEASON258 2005-06

    MOST PENALTIES, GAME15 vs. Southern Maine, Dec. 10, 2004

    MOST PENALTIES, SEASON170 2008-09

    MOST GOALS BY BOTH TEAMS, GAME12 10 timesMost recent 11-1 at MIT, Feb. 9, 2007

    FASTEST GOAL FROM START OF GAME0:10 vs. New England College, Feb. 15, 2008

    FASTEST OPPONENT GOAL FROM START OF GAME0:10 at Norwich, Jan. 30, 2009

    SHORTEST TIME BETWEEN GOALS0:08 vs. Holy Cross, Jan. 13, 2007

    SHORTEST TIME BETWEEN OPPONENT GOALS0:09 at Manhattanville, Jan. 20, 2009

    ALL-TIME RECORDSALL-TIME RECORDS

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    Individual Records - Single GamePOINTS6 Melissa Belmonte vs. Holy Cross, 2/20/04 Andrea Ciarletta vs. Castleton St., 2/19/05 Melissa Belmonte vs. Castleton St., 2/19/05 Casey Turner at Saint Michaels, 12/3/06 Andrea Ciarletta at MIT, 2/9/07

    POINTS, FRESHMAN6 Melissa Belmonte vs. Holy Cross, 2/20/045 Melissa Belmonte vs. St. Michaels, 2/6/04 Melissa Belmonte vs. St. Michaels, 2/7/04 Andrea Ciarletta vs. St. Michaels, 2/6/04 Andrea Ciarletta vs. St. Michaels, 2/7/04 Casey Turner at St. Michaels, 1/29/05 Maria Guanci at Holy Cross, 1/7/06 Lauren Duran vs. So. Maine, 1/18/08

    POINTS, SOPHOMORE6 Andrea Ciarletta vs. Castleton St., 2/19/05 Melissa Belmonte vs. Castleton St., 2/19/055 Andrea Ciarletta vs. MIT, 2/12/054 Several times, most recent Rachel Sousa at Castleton State, 2/23/09

    POINTS, JUNIOR6 Casey Turner at Saint Michaels, 12/3/065 Maria Nasta vs. Saint Anselm, 11/18/08 Maria Nasta at Plymouth State, 2/13/084 Melissa Belmonte at So. Maine, 12/9/05 Melissa Belmonte at Holy Cross, 1/7/06 Melissa Belmonte vs. MIT, 2/11/06 Andrea Ciarletta at So. Maine, 12/9/05 Andrea Ciarletta at Holy Cross, 1/7/06 Andrea Ciarletta vs. MIT, 2/11/06

    POINTS, SENIOR6 Andrea Ciarletta at MIT, 2/9/075 Andrea Ciarletta vs. Castleton State, 2/4/07 Melissa Belmonte vs. Castleton St., 2/4/07 Melissa Belmonte at MIT, 2/9/074 Melissa Belmonte at Holy Cross, 2/10/07

    GOALS4 Andrea Ciarletta vs. St. Michaels, 2/7/04 Melissa Belmonte vs. Holy Cross, 2/20/04 Melissa Belmonte at RIT, 2/28/04 Andrea Ciarletta vs. MIT, 2/12/05 Andrea Ciarletta vs. Salve Regina, 2/16/05 Andrea Ciarletta at Holy Cross, 1/7/06 Casey Turner at Castleton State, 12/2/06

    GOALS, FRESHMAN4 Andrea Ciarletta vs. St. Michaels, 2/7/04 Melissa Belmonte vs. Holy Cross, 2/20/04 Melissa Belmonte at RIT, 2/28/043 Andrea Ciarletta vs. Salve Regina, 11/14/03 Andrea Ciarletta vs. Salve Regina, 11/15/03 Andrea Ciarletta at MIT, 11/19/03 Melissa Belmonte vs. SUNY-Cortland, 11/8/03 Melissa Belmonte at So. Maine, 1/10/04 Melissa Belmonte at Trinity, 1/31/04

    GOALS, SOPHOMORE4 Andrea Ciarletta vs. MIT, 2/12/05 Andrea Ciarletta vs. Salve Regina, 2/16/053 Molly Norton at Trinity, 1/31/04 Melissa Belmonte at St. Michaels, 1/29/05 Melissa Belmonte vs. Castleton St., 2/19/05 Casey Turner vs. Castleton St., 12/2/05 Maria Nasta vs. Conn. College, 11/20/07 Kristen Smith vs. MIT, 2/6/09 Rachel Sousa at Castleton State, 2/23/09 GOALS, JUNIOR4 Andrea Ciarletta at Holy Cross, 1/7/06 Casey Turner at Castleton State, 12/2/063 Andrea Ciarletta vs. SUNY-Cortland, 1/20/06 Maria Nasta vs. Saint Anselm, 11/18/08 Katelyn Lajoie at Nichols, 1/23/09 GOALS, SENIOR3 Melissa Belmonte vs. Castleton St., 2/4/07 Andrea Ciarletta vs. Salve Regina, 12/8/06 Andrea Ciarletta at MIT, 2/9/07 Andrea Ciarletta at Holy Cross, 2/10/07 2 Several times, most recent Katherine Wall vs. Castleton State, 3/1/08

    ASSISTS5 Casey Turner at Saint Michaels, 12/3/064 Melissa Belmonte vs. St. Michaels, 2/7/04 Andrea Ciarletta vs. Castleton State, 2/19/05 Maria Guanci at Holy Cross, 1/7/06 Melissa Belmonte at Holy Cross, 2/10/07

    ASSISTS, FRESHMAN4 Melissa Belmonte vs. St. Michaels, 2/7/044 Maria Guanci at Holy Cross, 1/7/063 Several times, most recent Rachel Sousa vs. New England Col., 2/15/08

    ASSISTS, SOPHOMORE4 Andrea Ciarletta vs. Castleton State, 2/19/053 Annie Larson vs. St. Michaels, 2/7/04 Andrea Ciarletta at Saint Michaels, 1/29/05 Melissa Belmonte vs. Castleton St., 2/19/05 Erin Shepherd at Castleton State, 12/2/06 Kate Webb at Southern Maine, 12/12/06 Maria Nasta at Colby, 1/16/08 Maria Nasta vs. MIT, 1/25/08 Maria Nasta vs. So. Maine, 2/16/08 Rachel Sousa vs. Nichols, 11/7/08

    ASSISTS, JUNIOR5 Casey Turner at Saint Michaels, 12/3/063 Kristin Wilson vs. MIT, 2/12/05 Melissa Belmonte at So. Maine, 12/9/05 Melissa Belmonte at Holy Cross, 1/7/06 Andrea Ciarletta vs. MIT, 2/11/06 Casey Turner at Salve Regina, 1/28/07 Maria Nasta at Nichols, 1/23/09 Maria Nasta at Plymouth State, 2/13/09

    ASSISTS, SENIOR4 Melissa Belmonte at Holy Cross, 2/10/07 3 Kristin Wilson vs. St. Michaels, 12/3/05 Melissa Belmonte at MIT, 2/9/07 Andrea Ciarletta vs. Castleton State, 2/4/07 Andrea Ciarletta at MIT, 2/9/07

    POINTS BY A DEFENSEMAN4 Kerri Zizzo vs. Salve Regina, 11/15/03 Erin Shepherd at Castleton State, 12/2/063 Kerri Zizzo vs. Holy Cross, 2/20/04 Katelyn Averill at Trinity, 1/31/04 Kristin Wilson vs. MIT, 2/12/05 Kristin Wilson vs. Castleton State, 2/19/05 Rose Devlin vs. Castleton State, 2/19/05 Casey Turner vs. MIT, 2/12/05 Kristin Wilson vs. St. Michaels, 12/3/05 Rose Devlin at Southern Maine, 12/9/05 Erin Shepherd at Saint Michaels, 12/3/06 Amanda Cianciulli at Norwich, 12/1/07

    POINTS BY A DEFENSEMAN, FRESHMAN4 Kerri Zizzo vs. Salve Regina, 11/15/033 Kerri Zizzo vs. Holy Cross, 2/20/04 Rose Devlin vs. Castleton State, 2/19/05 Casey Turner vs. MIT, 2/12/052 Several times, most recent Brittany Usmail vs. MIT, 2/6/09

    POINTS BY A DEFENSEMAN, SOPHOMORE4 Erin Shepherd at Castleton State, 12/2/063 Rose Devlin at Southern Maine, 12/9/05 Erin Shepherd at Saint Michaels, 12/3/06 Amanda Cianciulli at Norwich, 12/1/072 Several times, most recent Hannah Davis vs. Colby, 2/17/09

    POINTS BY A DEFENSEMAN, JUNIOR3 Katelyn Averill at Trinity, 1/31/04 Kristin Wilson vs. MIT, 2/12/05 Kristin Wilson vs. Castleton State, 2/19/052 Katelyn Averill vs. Utica, 1/6/04 Jenn Murray vs. SUNY-Cortland, 11/7/03 Jenn Murray at Amherst, 2/11/04 Melissa Wigmore vs. RIT, 11/12/05 Jacqui Villani at Holy Cross, 11/16/08

    POINTS BY A DEFENSEMAN, SENIOR3 Kristin Wilson vs. St. Michaels, 12/3/052 Katelyn Averill at SUNY-Cortland, 11/21/04 Katelyn Averill at Holy Cross, 1/8/05 Kristin Wilson vs. Castleton St., 12/2/05 Kristin Wilson at Holy Cross, 1/7/06 Kristin Wilson vs. SUNY-Cortland, 1/21/06 Melissa Wigmore at SUNY-Cortland, 1/6/07 Melissa Wigmore at RIT, 3/3/07 Rose Devlin at Salve Regina, 11/3/07

    POWER PLAY GOALS2 Several times, most recent Jazz Webber at Plymouth State, 2/13/09

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    StreaksLongest Winning Streak7 1/28/07-2/10/07

    Longest Home Winning Streak5 1/31/06-2/24/07 11/7/08-12/6/08

    Longest Road Winning Streak5 12/2/06-1/7/07 Longest Unbeaten Streak7 1/28/07-2/10/07

    Longest Home Unbeaten Streak5 1/31/06-2/24/07 11/7/08-12/6/08

    Longest Road Unbeaten Streak5 12/2/06-1/7/07

    Longest Losing Streak5 12/12/03-1/13/04

    Longest Home Losing Streak4 2/1/05-2/10/05

    Longest Road Losing Streak6 12/12/03-1/31/04

    Longest Winless Streak5 12/12/03-1/13/04, 2/1/05-2/12/05, 11/4/06-11/29/06

    Longest Home Winless Streak5 2/1/05-2/12/05

    Longest Road Winless Streak6 12/12/03-1/31/04

    Most Consecutive Ties1 Many times, last time 1/31/09-1/31/09

    Most Goals Consecutive Games19 10-0, 11/14/03 - 9-2, 11/15/03

    Most Goals Allowed Consec. Games22 1-11, 1/24/04 - 1-11, 1/25/04

    Fewest Goals Consecutive Games0 0-5, 1/27/07 - 0-2, 1/27-07; 0-1, 1/6/08 - 0-2, 1/9-08 Fewest Goals Allowed Consec. Games0 3-0, 2/10/05 - 4-0, 2/11/05

    Single Game Cont.GAMES PLAYED27 Melissa Belmonte, 2006-07 Andrea Ciarletta, 2006-07 Kimberly Davidge, 2006-07 Lauren OConnor, 2006-07 Sarah Cronin, 2006-07 Katie Reardon, 2006-07

    POINTS56 Andrea Ciarletta, 2003-0453 Melissa Belmonte, 2003-0445 Maria Nasta, 2007-0844 Melissa Belmonte, 2006-0740 Melissa Belmonte, 2005-0638 Andrea Ciarletta, 2005-06 Andrea Ciarletta, 2006-07 Maria Nasta, 2008-0935 Andrea Ciarletta, 2004-0533 Rachel Sousa, 2007-08

    POINTS, FRESHMAN56 Andrea Ciarletta, 2003-0453 Melissa Belmonte, 2003-0433 Rachel Sousa, 2007-0821 Lauren Duran, 2007-0819 Kate Webb, 2004-05 Casey Turner, 2004-05 Maria Guanci, 2005-06

    POINTS, SOPHOMORE45 Maria Nasta, 2007-0835 Andrea Ciarletta, 2004-0527 Lauren Duran, 2008-0925 Casey Turner, 2005-0622 Kristen Smith, 2008-09 Rachel Sousa, 2008-09

    POINTS, JUNIOR40 Melissa Belmonte, 2005-0638 Andrea Ciarletta, 2005-06 Maria Nasta, 2008-0926 Casey Turner, 2006-0720 Molly Norton, 2004-05

    POINTS, SENIOR44 Melissa Belmonte, 2006-0738 Andrea Ciarletta, 2006-0716 Maria Guanci, 2008-0914 Molly Norton, 2005-06 Kristin Wilson, 2005-06

    GOALS30 Andrea Ciarletta, 2003-0428 Melissa Belmonte, 2003-0426 Andrea Ciarletta, 2005-0622 Andrea Ciarletta, 2006-0721 Melissa Belmonte, 2006-0720 Andrea Ciarletta, 2004-05 Maria Nasta, 2007-08 Lauren Duran, 2008-0916 Kristen Smith, 2008-0915 Melissa Belmonte, 2005-06 Casey Turner, 2005-06

    GOALS, FRESHMAN30 Andrea Ciarletta, 2003-0428 Melissa Belmonte, 2003-0413 Rachel Sousa, 2007-0810 Lauren Duran, 2007-08 Hannah Davis, 2007-08 Kelly Gillis, 2008-09 GOALS, SOPHOMORE20 Andrea Ciarletta, 2004-05 Maria Nasta, 2007-08 Lauren Duran, 2008-0916 Kristen Smith, 2008-0915 Casey Turner, 2005-06

    GOALS, JUNIOR26 Andrea Ciarletta, 2005-0615 Melissa Belmonte, 2005-0611 Maria Nasta, 2008-0910 Casey Turner, 2006-079 Molly Norton, 2004-05

    GOALS, SENIOR22 Andrea Ciarletta, 2006-0721 Melissa Belmonte, 2006-078 Molly Norton, 2005-067 Melissa Wigmore, 2006-075 Katherine Wall, 2007-08

    ASSISTS27 Maria Nasta, 2008-0926 Andrea Ciarletta, 2003-0425 Melissa Belmonte, 2003-04 Melissa Belmonte, 2005-06 Maria Nasta, 2007-0823 Melissa Belmonte, 2006-07

    SHORTHANDED GOALS2 Andrea Ciarletta vs. St. Michaels, 2/6/04 Katherine Wall vs. Castleton State, 3/1/08

    PENALTIES4 Katie Hartley vs. So. Maine, 12/10/04 Casey Turner at Holy Cross, 1/7/05 Amanda Cianciulli at Manhattanville, 1/27/07 Emily Brienzo vs. Saint Michaels, 1/9/09

    PENALTY MINUTES17 Casey Turner vs. Salve Regina, 2/16/0516 Katie Hartley vs. So. Maine, 12/10/0415 Sarah Cronin at Manhattanville, 3/4/06 Casey Turner vs. Southern Maine, 1/31/0714 Kristen Smith vs. Holy Cross, 1/16/09

    Individual Records - Season

    ALL-TIME RECORDSALL-TIME RECORDS

    Andrea Ciarletta ranks ninth on the NCAA all-time career points list with 167

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    ALL-TIME RECORDSALL-TIME RECORDS20 Rachel Sousa, 2007-0816 Andrea Ciarletta, 2006-07 Casey Turner, 2006-07 Rachel Sousa, 2008-09

    ASSISTS, FRESHMAN26 Andrea Ciarletta, 2003-0425 Melissa Belmonte, 2003-0420 Rachel Sousa, 2007-0813 Maria Guanci, 2005-0612 Calli Beskosty, 2003-04

    ASSISTS, SOPHOMORE25 Maria Nasta, 2007-0816 Rachel Sousa, 2008-0915 Andrea Ciarletta, 2004-0510 Casey Turner, 2005-06 Katherine Wall, 2005-06 Hannah Davis, 2008-09

    ASSISTS, JUNIOR27 Maria Nasta, 2008-0925 Melissa Belmonte, 2005-0616 Casey Turner, 2006-0712 Andrea Ciarletta, 2005-06 Katherine Wall, 2006-07

    ASSISTS, SENIOR23 Melissa Belmonte, 2006-0716 Andrea Ciarletta, 2006-0712 Maria Guanci, 2008-0911 Kristin Wilson, 2005-069 Katelyn Averill, 2004-05

    POINTS BY A DEFENSEMAN18 Hannah Davis, 2007-0816 Hannah Davis, 2008-0915 Kerri Zizzo, 2003-0414 Kristin Wilson, 2005-0613 Kristin Wilson, 2004-05 Melissa Wigmore, 2005-06 Melissa Wigmore, 2006-0712 Katelyn Averill, 2003-0411 Katelyn Averill, 2004-0510 Jenn Murray, 2003-04 POINTS BY A DEFENSEMAN, FRESHMAN18 Hannah Davis, 2007-0815 Kerri Zizzo, 2003-046 Rose Devlin, 2004-05 Audrey Deguire, 2004-05 Jennifer Senecal, 2006-07 Stephanie Medeiros, 2006-07 Emily Brienzo, 2008-09 Brittany Usmail, 2008-09

    POINTS BY A DEFENSEMAN, SOPHOMORE16 Hannah Davis, 2008-099 Erin Shepherd, 2006-07 Jazz Webber, 2008-098 Audrey Deguire, 2005-06 Amanda Cianciulli, 2007-08

    POINTS BY A DEFENSEMAN, JUNIOR13 Kristin Wilson, 2004-05 Melissa Wigmore, 2005-0612 Katelyn Averill, 2003-0410 Jenn Murray, 2003-046 Rose Devlin, 2006-07

    POINTS BY A DEFENSEMAN, SENIOR14 Kristin Wilson, 2005-0613 Melissa Wigmore, 2006-0711 Katelyn Averill, 2004-05

    POWER PLAY GOALS7 Melissa Belmonte, 2006-07 Andrea Ciarletta, 2006-07 Hannah Davis, 2007-08 Lauren Duran, 2008-096 Rachel Sousa, 2007-08 Hannah Davis, 2008-095 Melissa Belmonte, 2003-04 Andrea Ciarletta, 2004-05 Casey Turner, 2004-05 Maria Nasta, 2008-09 Jazz Webber, 2008-09

    SHORTHANDED GOALS3 Katherine Wall, 2007-082 Andrea Ciarletta, 2003-04 Maria Guanci, 2007-08

    GAME-WINNING GOALS5 Andrea Ciarletta, 2003-04 Andrea Ciarletta, 2005-06 Andrea Ciarletta, 2006-07 Kelly Gillis, 2008-094 Maria Nasta, 2007-083 Andrea Ciarletta, 2004-05 Molly Norton, 2004-05 Katie Reardon, 2005-06 Kristen Smith, 2008-09

    MOST HAT TRICKS4 Andrea Ciarletta, 2003-04 Melissa Belmonte, 2003-043 Andrea Ciarletta, 2006-072 Andrea Ciarletta, 2004-05 Melissa Belmonte, 2004-05 Andrea Ciarletta, 2005-061 Molly Norton, 2003-04 Casey Turner, 2005-06 Melissa Belmonte, 2006-07 Casey Turner, 2006-07 Maria Nasta, 2007-08 Maria Nasta, 2008-09 Kristen Smith, 2008-09 Rachel Sousa, 2008-09 Katelyn Lajoie, 2008-09

    MOST MULTI-POINT GAMES16 Melissa Belmonte, 2003-0415 Andrea Ciarletta, 2003-0414 Melissa Belmonte, 2006-07 Maria Nasta, 2007-08

    12 Melissa Belmonte, 2005-0611 Andrea Ciarletta, 2005-06 Rachel Sousa, 2007-08 Maria Nasta, 2008-0910 Andrea Ciarletta, 2006-079 Andrea Ciarletta, 2004-05

    MOST MULTI-GOAL GAMES7 Melissa Belmonte, 2003-04 Melissa Belmonte, 2006-07 Andrea Ciarletta, 2006-076 Andrea Ciarletta, 2003-04 Andrea Ciarletta, 2004-05 Andrea Ciarletta, 2005-06 Lauren Duran, 2008-094 Maria Nasta, 2007-083 Casey Turner, 2005-06 Maria Nasta, 2008-09

    LONGEST POINT-SCORING STREAK11 Andrea Ciarletta, 1/25/04-2/28/04 Rachel Sousa, 1/12/08-2/16/088 Melissa Belmonte, 1/28/07-2/16/07 Andrea Ciarletta, 1/28/07-2/16/07 Maria Nasta, 1/12/08-2/2/08 Maria Nasta, 11/7/08-12/6/087 Andrea Ciarletta, 2/5/05-2/20-05 Lauren Duran, 1/16/08-2/2/086 Andrea Ciarletta, 11/19/05-12/10/05 Maria Nasta, 2/15/08-3/8/08

    LONGEST GOAL-SCORING STREAK6 Andrea Ciarletta, 1/25/04-2/11/04 Lauren Duran, 1/16/08-2/1/085 Andrea Ciarletta, 11/7/03-11/19/03 Andrea Ciarletta, 1120/05-12/10/05 Casey Turner, 12/2/05-12/13/05 Kelly Gillis, 11/16/08-12/6/084 Melissa Belmonte, 2/6/04-2/14/04 Andrea Ciarletta, 2/10/05-2/19/05 Molly Norton, 2/8/05-2/16/05 Melissa Belmonte, 1/28/07-2/4/07 Andrea Ciarletta, 11/29/06-12/8/06 Andrea Ciarletta, 2/4/07-2/10/07 Lauren Duran, 12/6/08-1/9/09 Lauren Duran, 1/31/09-2/13/09

    PENALTIES32 Amanda Cianciulli, 2007-0826 Casey Turner, 2004-0524 Andrea Ciarletta, 2004-0523 Katelyn Averill, 2004-05 Casey Turner, 2006-07

    PENALTY MINUTES64 Amanda Cianciulli, 2007-0863 Casey Turner, 2004-0557 Casey Turner, 2006-0751 Andrea Ciarletta, 2004-0550 Kristen Smith, 2008-0946 Katelyn Averill, 2004-05

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    Individual Records - CareerGAMES PLAYED103 Melissa Belmonte, 2003-07 Katie Reardon, 2003-07 Lauren OConnor, 2004-08102 Andrea Ciarletta, 2003-07 Katherine Wall, 2004-0899 Maria Guanci, 2005-0998 Rose Devlin, 2004-0874 Molly Norton, 2003-06 Leanne Corsino, 2003-06 Casey Turner, 2004-07

    CONSECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED103 Melissa Belmonte, 2003-07 Katie Reardon, 2003-07 Lauren OConnor, 2004-0868 Andrea Ciarletta 2003-200665 Katelyn Corsino, 2006-present56 Katherine Wall, 2004-06 POINTS167 Andrea Ciarletta, 2003-07157 Melissa Belmonte, 2003-0783 Maria Nasta, 2007-present70 Casey Turner, 2004-0757 Maria Guanci, 2005-0955 Rachel Sousa, 2007-present52 Molly Norton, 2003-0651 Katherine Wall, 2004-0848 Lauren Duran, 2007-present36 Katie Reardon, 2003-07

    GOALS98 Andrea Ciarletta, 2003-0776 Melissa Belmonte, 2003-0733 Casey Turner, 2004-0731 Maria Nasta, 2007-present30 Lauren Duran, 2007-present28 Molly Norton, 2003-0619 Maria Guanci, 2005-09 Rachel Sousa, 2007-present18 Katelyn Lajoie, 2006-present16 Katie Reardon, 2003-07 Hannah Davis, 2007-present Kristen Smith, 2008-present

    ASSISTS81 Melissa Belmonte, 2003-0769 Andrea Ciarletta, 2003-0752 Maria Nasta, 2007-present38 Maria Guanci, 2005-0937 Casey Turner, 2004-0736 Katherine Wall, 2004-08 Rachel Sousa, 2007-present25 Kristin Wilson, 2004-0624 Molly Norton, 2003-0620 Katie Reardon, 2003-07 Rose Devlin, 2004-08

    POINTS BY A DEFENSEMAN34 Hannah Davis, 2007-present31 Kristin Wilson, 2004-0627 Rose Devlin, 2004-0826 Melissa Wigmore, 2005-0723 Katelyn Averill, 2003-0519 Kerri Zizzo, 2003-0514 Audrey Deguire, 2004-06 Amanda Cianciulli, 2007-present10 Jenn Murray, 2003-04 Sarah Cronin, 2005-07

    POWER PLAY GOALS20 Andrea Ciarletta, 2003-0715 Melissa Belmonte, 2003-0713 Hannah Davis, 2007-present11 Lauren Duran, 2007-present8 Casey Turner, 2004-07 Rachel Sousa, 2007-present7 Maria Nasta, 2007-present6 Kate Webb, 2004-05, 2006-07 Maria Guanci, 2005-095 Jazz Webber, 2007-present SHORTHANDED GOALS4 Katherine Wall, 2004-08

    3 Andrea Ciarletta, 2003-072 Maria Guanci, 2005-09 Maria Nasta, 2007-present1 Molly Norton, 2003-06 Jenny Murray, 2003-04 Kristin Wilson, 2004-06 Kate Webb, 2004-05, 2006-07 Erin Shepherd, 2006 Lauren OConnor, 2004-08 Katie Kirwan, 2007-present Kristen Smith, 2008-present

    GAME-WINNING GOALS18 Andrea Ciarletta, 2003-078 Melissa Belmonte, 2003-075 Molly Norton, 2003-06 Katie Reardon, 2003-07 Maria Nasta, 2007-present Kelly Gillis, 2008-present4 Casey Turner, 2004-073 Maria Guanci, 2005-09 Katelyn Lajoie, 2006-present Rachel Sousa, 2007-present Lauren Duran, 2007-present Kristen Smith, 2008-present

    MOST HAT TRICKS11 Andrea Ciarletta, 2003-077 Melissa Belmonte, 2003-072 Casey Turner, 2004-07 Maria Nasta, 2007-present1 Molly Norton, 2003-06 Kristen Smith, 2008-present Rachel Sousa, 2007-present Katelyn Lajoie, 2006-present

    MOST MULTI-POINT GAMES46 Melissa Belmonte, 2003-07 45 Andrea Ciarletta, 2003-0725 Maria Nasta, 2007-present17 Rachel Sousa, 2007-present16 Casey Turner, 2004-0714 Maria Guanci, 2005-0913 Lauren Duran, 2007-present10 Molly Norton, 2003-06 Katherine Wall, 2004-088 Katie Reardon, 2003-07

    MOST MULTI-GOAL GAMES25 Andrea Ciarletta, 2003-0718 Melissa Belmonte, 2003-078 Lauren Duran, 2007-present7 Casey Turner, 2004-07 Maria Nasta, 2007-present4 Molly Norton, 2003-063 Rachel Sousa, 2007-present Hannah Davis, 2007-present2 Katie Reardon, 2003-07 Melissa Wigmore, 2005-07 Kim Davidge, 2006-08 Kristen Smith, 2008-present Katelyn Lajoie, 2006-present

    PENALTIES69 Casey Turner, 2004-07 Amanda Cianciulli, 2007-present63 Andrea Ciarletta, 2003-0745 Katie Reardon, 2003-0744 Katelyn Averill, 2003-0535 Kristin Wilson, 2004-06 Melissa Wigmore, 2005-0733 Maria Nasta, 2007-present27 Lauren Duran, 2007-present23 Jazz Webber, 2007-present

    PENALTY MINUTES164 Casey Turner, 2004-07138 Amanda Cianciulli, 2007-present129 Andrea Ciarletta, 2003-0790 Katie Reardon, 2003-0788 Katelyn Averill, 2003-0570 Kristin Wilson, 2004-06 Melissa Wigmore, 2005-0766 Maria Nasta, 2007-present60 Rose Devlin, 2004-0854 Lauren Duran, 2007-present

    ALL-TIME RECORDSALL-TIME RECORDS

    Katherine Wall owns the school record for career shorthanded goals and shorthanded goals in a game

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    Goaltender Records GAMES, SEASON21 Amanda Boucher, 2003-04 Jessica Sams, 2006-07 Leah Hallett, 2008-0917 Amanda Boucher, 2005-0614 Maggie Carmany, 2004-0513 Jessica Sams, 2007-08 Brittany Squillante, 2007-0810 Shannon Palmer, 2003-04 Amanda Boucher, 2004-05 Shannon Palmer, 2005-06GAMES, CAREER48 Amanda Boucher, 2003-0635 Jessica Sams, 2006-0931 Shannon Palmer, 2003-0721 Leah Hallett, 2008-present14 Maggie Carmany, 2004-0513 Brittany Squillante, 2007-086 Aly Garnett, 2007-093 Jami Cudmore, 2008-present2 Amanda Bourque, 2006 Katie Frossard, 2003-04, 2005-07GAMES STARTED, SEASON21 Jessica Sams, 2006-0719 Leah Hallett, 2008-0918 Amanda Boucher, 2003-0417 Amanda Boucher, 2005-0613 Maggie Carmany, 2004-05 Jessica Sams, 2007-0810 Brittany Squillante, 2007-088 Shannon Palmer, 2003-04 Amanda Boucher, 2004-05 Shannon Palmer, 2005-06GAMES STARTED, CAREER43 Amanda Boucher, 2003-0635 Jessica Sams, 2006-0924 Shannon Palmer, 2003-0719 Leah Hallett, 2008-present13 Maggie Carmany, 2004-0510 Brittany Squillante, 2007-086 Aly Garnett, 2007-093 Jami Cudmore, 2008-present2 Amanda Bourque, 2006MINUTES PLAYED, SEASON1197:37 Leah Hallett, 2008-091186:25 Jessica Sams, 2006-071132:01 Amanda Boucher, 2003-041003:16 Amanda Boucher, 2005-06801:55 Maggie Carmany, 2004-05693:19 Jessica Sams, 2007-08680:50 Brittany Squillante, 2007-08504:01 Shannon Palmer, 2005-06449:54 Amanda Boucher, 2004-05412:51 Shannon Palmer, 2003-04MINUTES PLAYED, CAREER2585:11 Amanda Boucher, 2003-061939:44 Jessica Sams, 2006-091436:46 Shannon Palmer, 2003-071197:37 Leah Hallett, 2008-present801:55 Maggie Carmany, 2004-05680:50 Brittany Squillante, 2007-08309:55 Aly Garnett, 2007-09178:42 Jami Cudmore, 2008-present120:00 Amanda Bourque, 200650:09 Katie Frossard, 2003-04, 2005-07CONSECUTIVE MINUTES PLAYED, SEASON298:57 Jessica Sams, 12/9/06-1/9/07292:21 Amanda Boucher, 12/3/05-1/7/06

    240:00 Amanda Boucher, 2/10/06-2/19/06238:42 Brittany Squillante, 2/15/08-2/24/08238:29 Leah Hallett, 1/9/09-1/20/09WINS, SEASON9 Amanda Boucher, 2003-04 Jessica Sams, 2006-078 Amanda Boucher, 2005-06 Leah Hallett, 2008-097 Shannon Palmer, 2005-06 Jessica Sams, 2007-085 Shannon Palmer, 2006-075 Brittany Squillante, 2007-084 Shannon Palmer, 2003-04 Amanda Boucher, 2004-05 Maggie Carmany, 2004-05WINS, CAREER21 Amanda Boucher, 2003-0618 Shannon Palmer, 2003-0717 Jessica Sams, 2006-098 Leah Hallett, 2008-present5 Brittany Squillante, 2007-084 Maggie Carmany, 2004-05 Aly Garnett, 2007-092 Jami Cudmore, 2008-presentSHUTOUTS, SEASON4 Amanda Boucher, 2005-062 Maggie Carmany, 2004-05 Leah Hallett, 2008-091 Shannon Palmer, 2003-04 Amanda Boucher, 2004-05 Brittany Squillante, 2007-08 Aly Garnett, 2007-08 Jessica Sams, 2008-09SHUTOUTS, CAREER6 Amanda Boucher, 2003-062 Maggie Carmany, 2004-05 Leah Hallett, 2001 Shannon Palmer, 2003-07 Brittany Squillante, 2007-08 Aly Garnett, 2007-09 Jessica Sams, 2006-09 CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS2 Maggie Carmany, 12/10/04-12/11/04CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUT MINUTES156:03 Maggie Carmany, 12/10/04-12/15/04116:52 Amanda Boucher, 11/20/05-12/09/05114:35 Shannon Palmer, 1/21/06-2/04/06108:09 Amanda Boucher, 2/3/06-2/11/06105:38 Jessica Sams, 2/3/07-2/6/07SAVES, GAME56 Leah Hallett vs. Middlebury, 1/20/0954 Maggie Carmany at Manhattanville, 12/4/0453 Amanda Boucher at Manhattanville, 11/20/0550 Jessica Sams vs. Middlebury, 1/17/0748 Amanda Boucher vs. N.E. College, 1/17/04SAVES, SEASON596 Amanda Boucher, 2003-04581 Leah Hallett, 2008-09565 Jessica Sams, 2006-07536 Amanda Boucher, 2005-06453 Maggie Carmany, 2004-05329 Jessica Sams, 2007-08328 Brittany Squillante, 2007-08186 Amanda Boucher, 2004-05177 Shannon Palmer, 2005-06155 Shannon Palmer, 2003-04

    SAVES, CAREER1,318 Amanda Boucher, 2003-06905 Jessica Sams, 2006-09581 Leah Hallett, 2008-present545 Shannon Palmer, 2003-07453 Maggie Carmany, 2004-05328 Brittany Squillante, 2007-08108 Jami Cudmore, 2008-present102 Aly Garnett, 2007-0964 Amanda Bourque, 200610 Katie Frossard, 2003-04, 2005-07GOALS ALLOWED, GAME12 Amanda Boucher at Mville, 3/6/049 Amanda Boucher at Mville, 1/24/04 Brittany Squillante at Middlebury, 12/8/07GOALS ALLOWED, SEASON78 Amanda Boucher, 2003-0463 Jessica Sams, 2006-0761 Leah Hallett, 2008-09GOALS ALLOWED, CAREER152 Amanda Boucher, 2003-0692 Jessica Sams, 2006-0868 Shannon Palmer, 2003-07GOALS AGAINST AVG., SEASON (MIN. 400 MINUTES)2.26 Shannon Palmer, 2005-062.51 Jessica Sams, 2007-082.99 Amanda Boucher, 2005-063.06 Leah Hallett, 2008-093.19 Jessica Sams, 2006-073.20 Amanda Boucher, 2004-053.22 Maggie Carmany, 2004-053.63 Shannon Palmer, 2003-043.79 Brittany Squillante, 2007-084.13 Amanda Boucher, 2003-04GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE, CAREER2.39 Katie Frossard, 2003-04, 2005-072.71 Aly Garnett, 2007-092.84 Shannon Palmer, 2003-072.85 Jessica Sams, 2006-093.02 Jami Cudmore, 2008-present3.06 Leah Hallett, 2008-present3.22 Maggie Carmany, 2004-053.53 Amanda Boucher, 2003-063.79 Brittany Squillante, 2007-084.00 Amanda Bourque, 2006SAVE PERCENTAGE, SEASON (MIN. 400 MINUTES).919 Jessica Sams, 2007-08.915 Amanda Boucher, 2005-06.913 Maggie Carmany, 2004-05.905 Leah Hallett, 2008-09.903 Shannon Palmer, 2005-06.900 Jessica Sams, 2006-07.886 Amanda Boucher, 2004-05.8842 Amanda Boucher, 2003-04.8840 Brittany Squillante, 2007-08.861 Shannon Palmer, 2003-04SAVE PERCENTAGE, CAREER.923 Jami Cudmore, 2008-present.9133 Maggie Carmany, 2004-05.908 Jessica Sams, 2006-09.905 Leah Hallett, 2008-present.897 Amanda Boucher, 2003-06.8890 Shannon Palmer, 2003-07.8888 Amanda Bourque, 2006.884 Brittany Squillante, 2007-08.879 Aly Garnett, 2007-09.833 Katie Frossard, 2003-04, 2005-07

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    ECAC EAST COACH OF THE YEAR2003-04 Laura Schuler

    ECAC EAST ROOKIE OF THE YEAR2003-04 Andrea Ciarletta2007-08 Rachel Sousa

    ECAC EAST FIRST TEAM2005-06 Andrea Ciarletta F2007-08 Maria Nasta F

    ECAC EAST SECOND TEAM2003-04 Andrea Ciarletta F2003-04 Kerri Zizzo D2004-05 Andrea Ciarletta F2005-06 Amanda Boucher G2006-07 Melissa Wigmore D2006-07 Melissa Belmonte F2008-09 Maria Nasta F

    ECAC EAST HONORABLE MENTION2003-04 Melissa Belmonte F2003-04 Jenn Murray D2005-06 Kristin Wilson D2006-07 Andrea Ciarletta F2008-09 Hannah Davis D

    ECAC EAST ALL-ROOKIE TEAM 2003-04 Andrea Ciarletta F2003-04 Melissa Belmonte F2003-04 Kerri Zizzo D2007-08 Rachel Sousa F

    NCAA SPORTSMANSHIP CONFERENCE AWARD 2005-06 Kristin Wilson

    NCAA SCORING LEADER2003-04 Andrea Ciarletta 2.15 ppg

    NCAA GOALS LEADER2003-04 Andrea Ciarletta 1.15 gpg

    USCHO PRESEASON NCAA III SECOND TEAM2004-05 Andrea Ciarletta

    USCHO PRESEASON NCAA III HONORABLE MENTION2004-05 Melissa Belmonte2005-06 Andrea Ciarletta2006-07 Melissa Belmonte

    ECAC EAST SCORING LEADER2003-04 Andrea Ciarletta 2.15 ppg

    ECAC EAST PLAYER OF THE WEEKAndrea Ciarletta Feb. 4-10, 2004Andrea Ciarletta Dec. 8-14, 2004Andrea Ciarletta Jan. 5-11, 2005Andrea Ciarletta Feb. 9-15, 2005Andrea Ciarletta Nov. 29-Dec. 4, 2005Andrea Ciarletta Dec. 5-11, 2005Andrea Ciarletta Jan. 2-8, 2006Melissa Belmonte Jan. 16-22, 2006Casey Turner Nov. 27-Dec. 3, 2006Melissa Belmonte Jan. 29-Feb. 4, 2007Andrea Ciarletta Feb. 5-11, 2007Rose Devlin Oct. 29-Nov. 4, 2007Lauren Duran Jan. 14-20, 2008Maria Nasta Feb. 11-17, 2008Lauren Duran Nov. 3-9, 2008Maria Nasta Feb. 9-15, 2009Rachel Sousa Feb. 16-22, 2009

    Laura Schuler was the fi rst Head Coach in UMass Boston Womens Hockey history

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    ECAC EAST GOALIE OF THE WEEKAmanda Boucher Nov. 5-11, 2003Amanda Boucher Feb.11-17, 2004Maggie Carmany Dec. 8-14, 2004Shannon Palmer Jan. 12-18, 2005Jessica Sams Feb. 5-11, 2007Jessica Sams Nov. 19-25, 2007Leah Hallett Dec. 1-7, 2008

    ECAC EAST ROOKIE OF THE WEEKMelissa Belmonte Nov. 5-11, 2003Andrea Ciarletta Nov. 19-25, 2003Molly Norton Jan. 29-Feb. 4, 2004Andrea Ciarletta Feb. 11-17, 2004Melissa Belmonte Feb. 11-17, 2004Katherine Wall Nov. 17-23, 2004Casey Turner Jan. 26-Feb. 1, 2005Maria Guanci Dec. 5-11, 2005Kim Davidge Jan. 1-7, 2007Kim Davidge Feb. 5-11, 2007Rachel Sousa Nov. 26-Dec. 2, 2007Rachel Sousa Jan. 14-20, 2008Rachel Sousa Jan. 21-27, 2008Lauren Duran Feb. 11-17, 2008Kelly Gillis Nov. 24-30, 2008Kelly Gillis Feb. 2-8, 2009Leah Hallett Feb. 16-22, 2009

    ECAC EAST ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM2003-04 Audrey Arnold D2003-04 Katelyn Averill D2003-04 Amanda Boucher G2003-04 Katie Reardon F2004-05 Katelyn Averill D2004-05 Amanda Boucher G2004-05 Andrea Ciarletta F2004-05 Molly Norton F2004-05 Katie Reardon F2004-05 Kristin Wilson D2005-06 Amanda Boucher G2005-06 Molly Norton F2005-06 Katie Reardon F2005-06 Kristin Wilson D2006-07 Katie Reardon F2007-08 Katelyn Pohlman D2007-08 Maria Guanci F2008-09 Amanda Cianciulli D2008-09 Maria Guanci F2008-09 Katelyn Lajoie F2008-09 Rachel Sousa F

    UMASS BOSTON TEAM MVP2003-04 Andrea Ciarletta F (Offensive)2004-05 Andrea Ciarletta F (Offensive)2005-06 Andrea Ciarletta F (Offensive)2005-06 Melissa Belmonte F (Offensive)2005-06 Kristin Wilson D (Defensive)2006-07 Andrea Ciarletta F (Offensive)

    2006-07 Melissa Belmonte F (Offensive)2006-07 Melissa Wigmore D (Defensive)2007-08 Maria Nasta F (Offensive)2007-08 Hannah Davis D (Defensive)2008-09 Maria Nasta F (Offensive)2008-09 Hannah Davis D (Defensive)

    UMASS BOSTON TEAM CAPTAIN2003-04 Katelyn Averill2003-04 Amanda Boucher2004-05 Molly Norton2005-06 Molly Norton2005-06 Kristin Wilson2006-07 Melissa Belmonte2006-07 Katie Reardon2007-08 Rose Devlin2008-09 Maria Guanci

    UMASS BOSTON ATHLETIC DIRECTORS AWARD2005-06 Amanda Boucher

    2006-07 Andrea Ciarletta2006-07 Melissa Belmonte2008-09 Katherine Wall

    UMASS BOSTON WILLIAM PUERTO AWARD2007-08 Rose Devlin2008-09 Maria Guanci

    UMASS BOSTON FEMALE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR2003-04 Andrea Ciarletta2004-05 Katherine Wall2007-08 Rachel Sousa

    Amanda Boucher holds 10 UMass Boston goaltending records

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    2009-10 ALL-TIME ROSTERALL-TIME ROSTER-- A --

    Audrey Arnold 2003-04Katelyn Averill 2003-05

    -- B --Melissa Belmonte 2003-07

    Calli Beskosty 2003-04Amanda Boucher 2003-06Amanda Bourque 2006Kerry Brennan 2007Emily Brienzo 2008-09Jaclyn Brith 2005-06Justine Buzzell 2003-05

    -- C --Maggie Carmany 2004-05Amanda Cianciulli 2007-presentAndrea Ciarletta 2003-07Katelyn Corsino 2006-presentLeanne Corsino 2003-06Sarah Cronin 2005-07Jami Cudmore 2008-present

    -- D --Anna Dahlberg 2005-06Kim Davidge 2006-08Hannah Davis 2007-presentAudrey Deguire 2004-06Rose Devlin 2004-08

    Lauren Duran 2007-present

    -- F --Kristine Faffl ey 2007-08Whitney Fraleigh 2008-presentKatie Frossard 2003-04, 05-07

    -- G --Aly Garnett 2007-09Kelly Gillis 2008-presentGarbrielle Goodrow 2003-04, 05-06Maria Guanci 2005-09

    -- H --Leah Hallett 2008-presentCourtney Haroules 2007-08Teresa Horn 2007-08

    -- K --Katie Kirwan 2007-present

    -- L --Katelyn Lajoie 2006-presentAnnie Larson 2003-05Kerri Loranger 2006Christina Lynch 2005-06

    -- M --Kyle Mack 2006-07Andrea Maillett 2003-04Stephanie Medeiros 2007-08

    Melissa Belmonte holds or shares 21 school-records and is the programs career assist leader.

    Lara Miele 2003-04Jenn Murray 2003-04

    -- N --Maria Nasta 2007-presentMolly Norton 2003-06

    -- O --Lauren OConnor 2004-08

    -- P --Shannon Palmer 2003-07Sandy Parlato 2007-presentJennifer Petitti 2006-07Katelyn Pohlman 2006-present

    -- R --Katie Reardon 2003-07

    -- S --Jessica Sams 2006-08, 2009Jennifer Senecal 2006-07Erin Shepherd 2006Kristen Smith 2008-presentRachel Sousa 2007-presentAshley Spinney 2005-06Brittany Squillante 2007-08

    -- T --Cristin Teifer 2003-04Darah Thomas 2008Casey Turner 2004-07

    -- U --Brittany Usmail 2008-present

    -- V --Jacqui Villani 2008-09

    -- W --Leanne Wancheck 2003-04Katherine Wall 2004-08Kate Webb 2004-05, 06-07Jazz Webber 2007-presentMelissa Wigmore 2005-07Kristin Wilson 2003-06

    -- Z --Kerri Zizzo 2003-05

    Molly Norton is the only two-time captain in UMass Boston womens ice hockey history

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    2009-10 ALL-TIME SERIES HISTORYALL-TIME SERIES HISTORYAmherst College

    Overall Record: 1-2-0Date Site Result Score2/11/04 A W 4-22/1/05 H L 3-4 (ot)2/7/06 A L 2-5

    Castleton State CollegeOverall Record: 10-0-0Date Site Result Score2/19/05 H* W 9-312/2/05 H* W 9-22/4/06 A* W 3-112/2/06 A* W 8-12/4/07 H* W 7-412/9/07 H* W 4-22/1/08 A* W 4-23/1/08 H! W 5-1

    12/5/08 H* W 4-02/23/09 A* W 5-2

    Colby CollegeOverall Record: 0-2-1Date Site Result Score11/29/06 H T 3-3 (ot)1/16/08 A L 3-62/17/09 H L 5-6

    Connecticut CollegeOverall Record: 3-2-1Date Site Result Score1/13/04 H W 4-112/15/04 A L 1-312/13/05 H T 1-1 (ot)1/9/07 A L 3-411/20/07 H W 3-211/25/08 A W 4-3

    College of the Holy CrossOverall Record: 5-6-1Date Site Result Score2/20/04 H* W 7-52/21/04 H* L 3-41/7/05 A* L 2-3 (ot)1/8/05 A* W 3-11/7/06 A* W 7-52/10/06 H* W 7-01/13/07 H* L 5-72/10/07 A* W 6-211/17/07 H* L 1-52/23/08 A* L 3-411/16/08 A* T 4-4 (ot)1/16/09 H* L 2-6

    Manhattanville CollegeOverall Record: 0-14-0Date Site Result Score1/24/04 A* L 1-111/25/04 A* L 1-113/6/04 A! L 0-1212/4/04 A* L 1-412/5/04 A* L 1-1111/20/05 A* L 1-71/20/06 H* L 0-53/4/06 A! L 3-612/9/06 H* L 0-51/27/07 A* L 0-211/16/07 H* L 2-42/24/08 A* L 3-611/15/08 A* L 1-81/17/09 H* L 1-5

    Middlebury CollegeOverall Record: 0-2-0Date Site Result Score1/17/07 H L 0-512/8/07 A L 0-91/20/09 H L 3-6

    MITOverall Record: 8-0-0Date Site Result Score11/19/03 A* W 5-12/12/05 H* W 9-22/11/06 H* W 6-02/9/07 A* W 11-1

    1/12/08 A* W 6-11/25/08 H* W 4-12/3/09 A* W 4-12/6/09 H* W 8-2

    New England CollegeOverall Record: 5-7-1Date Site Result Score1/17/04 H* T 3-3 (ot)1/18/04 H* L 3-61/14/05 H* L 1-51/15/05 H* W 3-22/26/05 A! L 0-41/14/06 H* W 2-02/19/06 A* L 3-811/11/06 H* L 1-32/16/07 A* L 3-41/19/08 H* W 4-22/15/08 H* W 7-2

    3/8/08 N! L 3-62/20/09 H* W 4-0

    Nichols CollegeOverall Record: 2-0-0Date Site Result Score11/7/08 H* W 6-11/23/09 A* W 8-1

    Norwich UniversityOverall Record: 2-1-0Date Site Result Score12/1/07 A* W 9-012/6/08 H* W 3-21/30/09 A* L 0-2

    Neumann UniversityOverall Record: 0-1-0Date Site Result Score1/6/09 H L 3-4

    Plymouth State UniversityOverall Record: 2-0-0Date Site Result Score2/2/08 A* W 6-02/13/09 A* W 8-0

    Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst.Overall Record: 1-3-0Date Site Result Score2/14/04 H* W 3-1

    2/15/04 H* L 1-211/13/04 A* L 1-411/14/04 A* L 1-5

    Rochester Institute of Tech.Overall Record: 1-9-0Date Site Result Score12/12/03 A* L 0-212/13/03 A* L 3-62/28/04 A! W 6-4

    2/4/05 H* L 1-42/5/05 H* L 2-411/12/06 H* L 2-311/13/06 H* L 3-411/4/06 A* L 0-511/5/06 A* L 1-53/3/07 A! L 3-5

    Katherine Wall tied an NCAA record with two shorthanded goals vs. Castleton State in the ECAC East Tournament on March 1, 2008

    UMass Boston defeated nationally-ranked number seven RPI on February 14, 2004 for its fi rst-ever win over a nationally-ranked opponent

    Melissa Belmonte netted four goals to lead UMass Boston to a 6-4 road victory at RIT on February 28, 2004 for the fi rst playoff victory in school history

    Leah Hallett stopped a school-record 56 shots vs. Middlebury on January 20, 2009

    UMass Boston scored a school-record 11 goals at MIT on February 9, 2007

    Rachel Sousa scored just 10 seconds into the game vs. New England College on February 15, 2008 for the fastest goal from the start of a game in school history

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    Saint Anselm CollegeOverall Record: 1-7-0Date Site Result Score2/20/05 H* L 1-41/15/06 H* L 1-42/18/06 A* L 0-511/10/06 H* L 2-32/17/07 A* L 0-41/9/08 A* L 0-22/9/08 H* L 1-311/18/08 H* W 7-3

    Saint Michaels College Overall Record: 9-1-1Date Site Result Score2/6/04 H* W 7-1

    2/7/04 H* W 7-31/28/05 A* W 5-21/29/05 A* W 10-012/3/05 H* W 7-0

    2/3/06 A* W 4-212/3/06 A* W 9-3

    2/3/07 H* W 4-111/30/07 A* L 3-61/9/09 H* W 3-2

    1/31/09 A* T 2-2 (ot)

    Salve Regina UniversityOverall Record: 8-3-1Date Site Result Score11/14/03 H* W 9-211/15/03 H* W 10-02/10/05 H* T 4-4 (ot)2/16/05 H* W 8-111/19/05 A* W 6-21/29/06 H* W 1-0#12/8/06 H* W 4-21/28/07 A* W 8-211/3/07 A* W 5-41/26/08 H* L 2-411/8/08 H* W 5-41/24/09 A* L 1-22/28/09 H! L 2-7

    Year Opponent Score Tournament Round2003-04 at RIT 6-4 W ECAC East First Round at Manhattanville 0-12 L ECAC East Semifi nals2004-05 at New England College 0-4 L ECAC East First Round2005-06 SOUTHERN MAINE 4-1 W ECAC East First Round at Manhattanville 3-6 L ECAC East Semifi nals2006-07 SOUTHERN MAINE 5-2 W ECAC East First Round at RIT 3-5 L ECAC East Semifi nals2007-08 CASTLETON STATE 5-1 W ECAC East First Round vs. New England College 3-6 L ECAC East Semifi nals2008-09 SALVE REGINA 2-7 L ECAC East First Round

    UMass Boston in Post-Season

    University of Southern MaineOverall Record: 10-3-0Date Site Result Score1/10/04 A* L 5-61/11/04 A* L 1-212/10/04 H* W 3-012/11/04 H* W 4-012/9/05 A* W 7-112/10/05 H* W 4-02/25/06 H! W 4-1

    12/12/06 A* W 5-41/31/07 H* W 2-12/24/07 H! W 5-21/18/08 H* W 6-52/16/08 H* W 8-12/14/09 A* L 0-1

    SUNY-CortlandOverall Record: 8-1-0Date Site Result Score11/7/03 H W 5-3

    11/8/03 H W 4-311/20/04 A L 2-311/21/04 A W 5-41/20/06 H W 5-31/21/06 H W 5-1

    1/6/07 A W 5-41/7/07 A W 4-21/5/08 H W 4-1

    Andrea Ciarletta scored at 5:19 of the fi rst period vs. Saint Michaels on December 3, 2005 to become the fi rst player in school history to register 100 career points

    Casey Turner tallied a school-record fi ve assists at Saint Michaels on December 3, 2006

    Melissa Belmonte assisted on the game-winning goal at 11:05 of the fi rst period vs. SUNY-Cortland to become the second player in school history to tally 100 career points on January 21, 2006

    Head Coach Maura Crowell earned her 50th career victory vs. Saint Michaels on January 9, 2009

    Andrea Ciarletta tied an NCAA record with two shorthanded goals vs. Saint Michaels on February 6, 2004

    Calli Beskosty netted the fi rst goal in school history and later added another to lead UMass Boston to a 5-3 win over SUNY-Cortland in the programs fi rst-ever game on November 7, 2003

    UMass Boston defeated SUNY-Cortland 4-1 on January 5, 2008 in the First Annual Womens Codfi sh Bowl

    SUNY OswegoOverall Record: 1-0-0Date Site Result Score1/5/09 H L 1-5

    Trinity College (CT)Overall Record: 3-2-0Date Site Result Score1/31/04 A W 6-32/8/05 H L 2-311/17/05 H W 5-22/6/07 H W 3-2 (ot)1/6/08 H L 0-1

    Utica CollegeOverall Record: 0-1-0Date Site Result Score1/6/04 H L 3-6

    Wesleyan UniversityOverall Record: 0-1-0Date Site Result Score2/3/04 H L 3-4

    * Indicates ECAC East Game! Indicates ECAC East Tournament# Forfeit win

    UMass Boston hosts its fi rst-ever playoff game and comes away with a 4-1 victory over Southern Maine on February 25, 2006

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    ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS SUMMARYTeam W L T StreakAmherst 1 2 0 L2Castleton State 10 0 0 W10Colby 0 2 1 L2Connecticut College 3 2 1 W2Holy Cross 5 6 1 L1Manhattanville 0 14 0 L14Middlebury 0 2 0 L2MIT 8 0 0 W8New England College 5 7 1 W1Nichols 2 0 0 W2Norwich 2 1 0 L1Neumann 0 1 0 L1Plymouth State 2 0 0 W2RPI 1 3 0 L3RIT 1 9 0 L7Saint Anselm 1 7 0 W1Saint Michaels 9 1 1 W1, U2Salve Regina 8 3 1 L2Southern Maine 10 3 0 L1SUNY-Cortland 8 1 0 W5SUNY-Oswego 1 0 0 W1Trinity (CT) 3 2 0 L1Utica 0 1 0 L1Wesleyan 0 1 0 L1

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    2003-0413-12-1, 7-9-1 ECAC EastHead Coach: Laura SchulerCaptains: Katelyn Averill, Amanda Boucher

    11/7 SUNY-CORTLAND W 5-311/8 SUNY-CORTLAND W 4-311/14 SALVE REGINA* W 9-211/15 SALVE REGINA* W 10-011/19 at MIT* W 5-112/12 at RIT* L 0-212/13 at RIT* L 3-61/6 UTICA L 3-61/10 at Southern Maine* L 5-61/11 at Southern Maine* L 1-21/13 CONNECTICUT COLLEGE W 4-11/17 NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE* T 3-3 ot1/18 NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE* L 3-61/24 at Manhattanville* L 1-111/25 at Manhattanville* L 1-111/31 at Trinity W 6-32/3 WESLEYAN L 3-42/6 SAINT MICHAELS* W 7-12/7 SAINT MICHAELS W 7-32/11 at Amherst W 4-22/14 RPI* W 3-12/15 RPI* L 1-22/20 HOLY CROSS* W 7-52/21 HOLY CROSS* L 3-42/28 at RIT! W 6-43/6 at Manhattanville! L 0-12

    * ECAC East Conference Game! ECAC East Tournament

    2004-0510-14-1, 9-9-1 ECAC EastHead Coach: Melisa HeitzmanCaptain: Molly Norton

    11/13 at RPI* L 1-411/14 at RPI* L 1-511/20 at SUNY-Cortland L 2-311/21 at SUNY-Cortland W 5-412/4 at Manhattanville* L 1-412/5 at Manhattanville* L 1-11

    12/10 SOUTHERN MAINE* W 3-012/11 SOUTHERN MAINE* W 4-012/15 at Connecticut College L 1-31/7 at Holy Cross* L 2-3 ot1/8 at Holy Cross* W 3-11/14 NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE* L 1-51/15 NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE* W 3-21/28 at Saint Michaels* W 5-21/29 at Saint Michaels* W 10-02/1 AMHERST L 3-4 ot2/4 RIT* L 1-42/5 RIT* L 2-42/8 TRINITY L 2-32/10 SALVE REGINA T 4-4 ot2/12 MIT* W 9-22/16 SALVE REGINA W 8-12/19 CASTLETON STATE* W 9-32/20 SAINT ANSELM* L 1-42/26 at New England College! L 0-4

    * ECAC East Conference Game! ECAC East Tournament

    2005-0615-9-1, 12-7-0 ECAC EastHead Coach: Maura CrowellCaptains: Molly Norton, Kristin Wilson

    11/12 RIT* L 2-311/13 RIT* L 3-411/19 at Salve Regina* W 6-211/20 at Manhattanville* L 1-712/2 CASTLETON STATE* W 9-212/3 SAINT MICHAELS* W 7-012/9 at Southern Maine* W 7-112/10 SOUTHERN MAINE* W 4-012/13 CONNECTICUT COLLEGE T 1-1 ot1/7 at Holy Cross* W 7-51/14 NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE* W 2-01/15 SAINT ANSELM* L 1-41/17 TRINITY W 5-21/20 SUNY-CORTLAND W 5-31/21 SUNY-CORTLAND W 5-11/28 MANHATTANVILLE* L 0-51/29 SALVE REGINA* W 1-0#2/3 at Saint Michaels* W 4-2

    2/4 at Castleton State* W 3-12/7 at Amherst L 2-52/10 HOLY CROSS* W 7-02/11 MIT* W 6-22/18 at Saint Anselm* L 0-52/19 at New England College* L 3-82/25 SOUTHERN MAINE! W 4-13/4 at Manhattanville! L 3-6

    * ECAC East Conference Game# Game forfeited, but only counts as ECAC East win! ECAC East Tournament

    2006-0714-12-1, 10-9-0 ECAC EastHead Coach: Maura CrowellCaptains: Melissa Belmonte, Katie Reardon

    11/4 at RIT* L 0-511/5 at RIT* L 1-511/10 SAINT ANSELM* L 2-311/11 NEW ENGLAND* L 1-311/29 COLBY T 3-3 ot 12/2 at Castleton State* W 8-112/3 at Saint Michaels* W 9-312/8 SALVE REGINA* W 4-212/9 MANHATTANVILLE* L 0-512/12 at Southern Maine* W 5-41/6 at Cortland W 5-41/7 at SUNY-Cortland W 4-21/9 at Conn. College L 3-41/13 HOLY CROSS* L 5-71/17 MIDDLEBURY L 0-51/27 at Manhattanville* L 0-21/28 at Salve Regina* W 8-21/31 SOUTHERN MAINE* W 2-12/3 SAINT MICHAELS* W 4-12/4 CASTLETON* W 7-42/6 TRINITY W 3-22/9 at MIT* W 11-12/10 at Holy Cross* W 6-2

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    2/16 at New England* L 3-42/17 at Saint Anselm* L 0-42/24 SOUTHERN MAINE! W 5-23/3 at RIT! L 3-5

    * ECAC East Conference Game! ECAC East Tournament

    2007-0814-12-0, 11-8-0 ECAC EastHead Coach: Maura CrowellCaptains: Rose Devlin

    11/3 at Salve Regina* W 5-411/16 MANHATTANVILLE* L 2-411/17 HOLY CROSS* L 1-511/20 CONNECTICUT COLLEGE W 3-211/30 at Saint Michaels* L 3-6 12/1 at Norwich* W 9-012/8 at Middlebury L 0-912/9 CASTLETON STATE* W 4-21/5 SUNY-CORTLAND# W 4-11/6 TRINITY# L 0-11/9 at Saint Anselm* L 0-21/12 at MIT* W 6-11/16 at Colby L 3-61/18 SOUTHERN MAINE* W 6-5 ot1/19 NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE* W 4-21/25 MIT* W 4-11/26 SALVE REGINA* L 2-42/1 at Castleton State* W 4-22/2 at Plymouth State* W 6-02/9 SAINT ANSELM* L 1-32/15 NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE* W 7-22/16 SOUTHERN MAINE* W 8-1

    Points2003-04 Andrea Ciarletta, 562004-05 Andrea Ciarletta, 352005-06 Melissa Belmonte, 402006-07 Melissa Belmonte, 442007-08 Maria Nasta, 452008-09 Maria Nasta, 38

    Goals2003-04 Andrea Ciarletta, 302004-05 Andrea Ciarletta, 202005-06 Andrea Ciarletta, 262006-07 Andrea Ciarletta, 222007-08 Maria Nasta, 202008-09 Lauren Duran, 20

    Assists2003-04 Andrea Ciarletta, 262004-05 Andrea Ciarletta, 152005-06 Melissa Belmonte, 252006-07 Melissa Belmonte, 232007-08 Maria Nasta, 252008-09 Maria Nasta, 27

    Goals Against Average (Min. 400 minutes)2003-04 Shannon Palmer, 3.632004-05 Amanda Boucher, 3.202005-06 Shannon Palmer, 2.262006-07 Jessica Sams, 3.192007-08 Jessica Sams, 2.512008-09 Leah Hallett, 3.06

    Save Percentage (Min. 400 minutes)2003-04 Amanda Boucher, .8842004-05 Maggie Carmany, .9132005-06 Amanda Boucher, .9152006-07 Jessica Sams, .9002007-08 Jessica Sams, .9192008-09 Leah Hallett, .905

    Saves2003-04 Amanda Boucher, 5962004-05 Maggie Carmany, 4532005-06 Amanda Boucher, 5362006-07 Jessica Sams, 5652007-08 Jessica Sams, 3292008-09 Leah Hallett, 581

    Year by Year Leaders

    2/23 at Holy Cross* L 3-42/24 at Manhattanville* L 3-63/1 CASTLETON STATE! W 5-13/8 vs New England! L 3-6

    * ECAC East Conference Game# First Annual Codfi sh Bowl! ECAC East Tournament

    2008-0913-11-2, 12-6-2 ECAC EastHead Coach: Maura CrowellCaptain: Maria Guanci

    11/7 NICHOLS* W 6-111/8 SALVE REGINA* W 5-411/15 at Manhattanville* L 1-811/16 at Holy Cross* T 4-4 ot11/18 SAINT ANSELM* W 7-311/25 at Connecticut College W 4-312/5 CASTLETON STATE* W 4-012/6 NORWICH* W 3-21/5 SUNY-OSWEGO# L 1-51/6 NEUMANN# L 3-41/9 SAINT MICHAELS* W 3-21/16 HOLY CROSS* L 2-61/17 MANHATTANVILLE* L 1-51/20 MIDDLEBURY L 3-61/23 at Nichols* W 8-11/24 at Salve Regina* L 1-21/30 at Norwich* L 0-21/31 at Saint Michaels* T 2-2 ot2/3 at MIT* W 4-12/6 MIT* W 8-22/13 at Plymouth State* W 8-02/14 at Southern Maine* L 0-12/17 COLBY L 5-62/20 NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE* W 4-02/23 at Castleton State* W 5-22/28 SALVE REGINA! L 2-7

    * ECAC East Conference Game# Second Annual Codfi sh Bowl! ECAC East Tournament

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    SUNY-CORTLAND1 Rachel Hutchinson2 Margaret Hannan4 Amanda McCann5 Tara Caley6 Leanne Scott8 Caitlin Fusco9 Lindsay Weinstein10 Stephanie Greenberg11 Kate Ciraulo12 Brooke Bazinet13 Abby Brener14 Laura Totaro15 Melissa Manning16 MaryAnn Knott17 Libbie Alexander18 Dani Blanchard19 Judy Ellis20 Janet Parcell21 Bethany Tombilillo22 Lindsay Davies30 Kelly Fillmore

    UMASS BOSTON1 Shannon Palmer3 Molly Norton4 Calli Beskosty5 Katie Reardon6 Kerri Zizzo10 Lara Miele11 Leanne Wancheck12 Christina Laroche13 Andrea Ciarletta14 Katelyn Averill17 Garbrielle Goodrow18 Audrey Arnold22 Leanne Corsino23 Melissa Belmonte24 Cara Osimo27 Jenn Murray29 Katie Frossard31 Amanda Boucher

    UMass Boston Firsts

    First Goal - Calli Beskosty, 4:01 1st period, 11/7/03First Power Play Goal - Calli Beskosty, 11/7/03First Shorthanded Goal - Jenn Murray, 11/7/03First Hat Trick - Melissa Belmonte, 11/8/03First Goalie Win - Amanda Boucher, 11/7/03First ECAC East Playoff Win - 2/28/04

    A Magical First YearWhen the puck dropped at 6:57 p.m. on November 7, 2003, it was the culmination of thousands of hours of hard work by so many people dedicated to the success of UMass Boston womens ice hockey. Whether the Beacons won or lost that night, they represented the hopes of everything thats good about UMass Boston. They would symbolize a concerted effort to build a program from the ground up, the right way.

    Freshman forward Calli Beskosty netted the nights fi rst goal at the 4:01 mark of the fi rst period to give UMB a 1-0 edge. Beskosty, would add another goal later in the evening and would combine with classmates, Andrea Ciarletta and Melissa Belmonte for 10 points on the night as the Beacons defeated the visiting State University of New York - Cortland Red Dragons, 5-3.

    In a season where just being competitive would have been enough, UMass Bostons womens ice hockey team gave the campus a year to remember. The Beacons busted out of the gate, becoming the fi rst program in school history to win its fi rst fi ve games and went on to fi nish the campaign with a 13-12-1 mark. Along the way, a UMass Boston player was named ECAC East Rookie of the Week on fi ve occasions and twice had the top goaltender for the week and the weeks best player once.

    The new kid didnt look so wide-eyed as it consistently tested established programs throughout the season, including a 3-1 Valentines Day victory over the nations number seven-ranked team, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. It wouldnt be the last time that the Beacons would surprise an opponent as they upended heavily favored Rochester Institute of Technology on the road, 6-4, on February 28 to advance to the semi-fi nals round of the ECAC East post-season tournament.

    The magical run fi nally came to an end with a loss to the nations number one team, Manhattanville College, but considering UMass Boston didnt even exist on the womens ice hockey landscape just one year prior, it was a pretty lofty achievement and those in hockey circles took notice, selecting UMB Head Coach Laura Schuler as the ECAC East Coach of the Year. After leading the nation in scoring with 2.15 points per game, Ciarletta was named the conference Rookie of the Year and was tabbed to the leagues Second Team All-Star squad, along with freshman defenseman Kerri Zizzo. Belmonte fi nished as the Division IIIs number three scorer, was named to the ECAC East Honorable mention team and was also a member of the conference All-Rookie unit with Ciarletta and Zizzo. Junior defenseman Jenn Murray was also an honorable mention selection for the Beacons.

    UMB WOMENS ICE HOCKEY HISTORYUMB WOMENS ICE HOCKEY HISTORY

    Back row: (l to r) Callie Beskosty, Katelyn Averill, Jenn Murray, Leanne Wancheck, Garbrielle Goodrow, Cara Osimo, Katie Reardon. Middle row: (l to r) Christina Laroche, Andrea Ciar-letta, Assistant Coach Linda Lundrigan, Head Coach Laura Schuler, Assistant Coach Melisa Heitzman, Audrey Arnold, Lara Miele, Manager Jane Clafl in. Front Row: (l to r) Shannon M. Palmer, Melissa Belmonte, Kerri Zizzo, Amanda Boucher, Molly Norton, Leanne Corsino,

    November 7, 2003Boston, MAClark Athletic Center

    SUNY-Cortland 1 1 1 --- 3UMass Boston 2 0 3 --- 51st periodUMB - Calli Beskosty (Melissa Belmonte, Andrea Ciarletta) 4:01CRT - Judy Ellis (Lindsay Weinstein, Libbie Alexander) 6:46UMB - Ciarletta (Belmonte, Jenn Murray) 10:082nd periodCRT - Dani Blanchard (Ellis, Tara Caley) 7:133rd periodUMB - Murray (Ciarletta, Garbrielle Goodrow) 8:28UMB - Belmonte (Beskosty, Ciarletta) 9:24UMB - Beskosty (Audrey Arnold, Goodrow) 16:02CRT - Lindsay Davies (Brooke Bazinet, Weinstein) 19:48Shots on goal: CRT 12 7 6 -- 25 UMB 9 6 8 -- 23Penalties: CRT 6-12 UMB 9-18Saves: CRT Kelly Fillmore 18 UMB Amanda Boucher 22

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    2009-10BEACON TRADITIONBEACON TRADITIONBuilding a HistoryIn 2000, the University of Massachusetts Boston made a decision to add womens ice hockey to its athletic program. It would be the fi rst new program added at UMass Boston since 1995 and it was imperative that everything would be done right to give the new program all the necessities to succeed from the beginning. Former Canadian Olympic Hockey star, Laura Schuler, was hired as the teams fi rst ever Head Coach in the Fall of 2001. Soon, thereafter, former teammate, Linda Lundrigan, was brought on as her fi rst assistant coach. Schuler spent all of 2001-02 traveling across the region and watching prep hockey games, recruiting future Beacons to fi ll out the roster for the 2002-03 club campaign. In UMass Bostons club season, a group of young women, who would get the puck moving for UMB, competed against primarily varsity teams and also a few club squads, while posting a very respectable 9-7-1 mark. The core of that team returned for UMBs inaugural varsity season, along with some very good newcomers to form the foundation for UMass Boston Womens Ice Hockey team. The Beacons entered the 2003-04 season as a member of the Eastern College Athletic Conference and compete in the East division.

    Nickname and ColorsLooking to establish an identity for UMass Bostons athletic program, the athletic department staff selected Beacons as the University nickname, and royal blue and white as the school colors in the mid-1970s.

    The nickname was chosen because UMass Boston sits on Boston Harbor, where lighthouses dot the coastline. The most renowned lighthouse in Boston Harbor, or the rest of the country for that matter, is Boston Light. Located at the entrance to the harbor, the structure has guided ships to safe harbor since fi rst illuminating its beacon in 1716. The British destroyed Boston Light in 1776, but Governor John Hancock had the lighthouse rebuilt in 1781.

    On September 23, 2002, UMass Boston introduced a new Beacon and changed its colors to Beacon Blue, Black and White.

    Back row: (l to r) Head Coach Laura Schuler, Molly Norton, Michelle Hart, Sabrina Monsen, Garbrielle Goodrow, Katelyn Averill, Kelly Maloney. Front row: (l to r) Amanda Boucher, Kelly A. Rowe, Hope McCutcheon Katie Frossard, Audrey Arnold, Katie Reardon, Shannon M. Palmer.

    2002-03 UMass Boston Womens Ice Hockey Club Team

    History of the Beacon

    Seeing the lightFor centuries, beacons have guided ships in the most perilous waters to safety. Quite often, a Beacon was the only light sailors could see in the black of night. The light was reassuring. Hopeful. Sustaining. It helped ships stay the course. A beacon of light has since become synonymous with any source of guidance and inspiration. The word beacon became part of the heritage of the City of Boston in the 1780s, when a beacon stood on what is now called Beacon Hill. Today, Beacon Hill, the most historic and elegant neighborhood in the city, is recognized as the essence of Old Boston.

    Lighting the WayPaul Finnegan, one of the fi rst administrators of athletics at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, recognized the symbolic importance of the beacon. In fact, he became a beacon in his own right. In the early 1970s, Finnegan established intramural and recreational athletics for UMass Boston Students at the universitys fi rst campus in Park Square, with programs on the Boston Common and at the Greater Boston YMCA. Knowing that the campus would be built on Boston Harbor, where beacons guide ships from all over the world, Finnegan believed a beacon would be the ideal symbol to represent UMass Boston and its athletic teams.

    Shine OnWith good reason. The beacon is a symbol of hope and guidance. As a light that is never extinguished, it represents a constant. A promise that, if you persevere, you will reach your destination. As the citys only public university, UMass Boston guides students to a better future. It offers promise to those associated with the university that they can shine. Rise above. Realize their hopes and dreams. It refl ects UMass Boston Athletics. UMass Boston athletic teams have been known as the Beacons since 1974. In 1982, an offi cial logo was rendered. It remained for almost 20 years but this friendly cartoon character failed to capture the drive and determination of UMass Bostons athletics. However, the new Beacon logo does exactly that. And more.

    Our logo, like our program, conveys light, strength and endurance. We have an intensity of focus, a relentless pursuit to achieve. We endure in the darkest of outlooks. With a substantial international student-athlete population, we are a beacon for diversity. In fact, we are the only institution in the country with a Beacon as its mascot. Appropriately, this is UMass Boston, a university like no other.

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    The Universi ty of Massachuset ts Boston was established in 1964 to provide the opportunity for superior education at moderate cost to the people of greater Boston.

    Starting out in a downtown Boston location, the university moved to its current 175-acre campus on the Columbia Point peninsula in 1974 and merged with Boston State College in 1982. A commuter school, UMass Boston is nationally recognized as a model of excellence for urban universities.

    UMass Boston enrolled 14,117 students in the 2008-2009 academic year, with 10,478 undergraduate students and 3,639 graduate students comprising a multicultural and diverse student body. Students of all ages are enrolled at UMass Boston and students of color make up 36 percent of the universitys undergraduate enrollment. More than 90 languages are spoken in the homes of members of the 2005 graduating class.

    UMass Bostons graduate school and six colleges offer over 100 undergraduate majors, minors, and programs of study, and nearly 100 graduate programs, including 23 at the doctoral level., while the universitys 30 institutes and centers are actively involved in research and public service in the areas of public policy; gerontology; media; labor; women in politics; African-American, Latino, and Asian issues; and environmental concerns. More than 280 active research and training grants attracted a total $35.6 million in external fundsa new record of successfor the fi scal year 2004-05. Comparing fi ve-year averages shows the amount awarded UMass Boston increased a remarkable 70% between 2001 and 2005. The university employs 913 distinguished faculty members, including Lloyd Schwartz, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Criticism.

    Located in the Boston community of Dorchester, UMass Boston offers excellent views of downtown Boston, the Harbor Islands and Dorchester Bay. UMass Boston shares its campus with the John F. Kennedy Library, which offers its archival resources to UMass Boston students and instructors. The universitys own Healey Library is an information gateway to more than 600,000 books and journals on campus and to thousands of electronic information resources on the Internet.

    Other academic facilities include the biology departments three greenhouses, which host collections of plant species native to tropical, desert and temperate climates, and The Instructional Technology Center, a professional development and technology facility for faculty and staff, which opened in 1996.

    The Clark Athletic Center is home to UMass Bostons varsity athletics program and features a 3,500-seat arena, a hockey arena

    About UMass BostonLOCATION Boston, Massachusetts, on a peninsula in Boston Harbor covering 177 acres

    ENROLLMENT14,117 students; 10,478 undergraduates and 3,639 graduate students, 43% male, 57 % female; 141 foreign countries and 36 states represented

    FACULTY913 faculty members and a 15:1 student-faculty ratio

    LIBRARYOver 600,000 volumes and more than 25,000 periodicals and journals

    DEGREES AWARDEDB.A., B.S., M.A., M.B.A., M.Ed., M.S., Ed.D., Ph.D., Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study, and several

    that seats 1,000, and a swimming and diving facility equipped for intercollegiate competition. The Beacon Fitness Center is equipped with more than 25 cardiovascular machines, a universal weight machine, 16 Nautilus stations and free weights. The Fitness Center also houses two racquetball courts, a squash court, an aerobics room, a walking track and a two-level lounge.

    The newest major addition to the UMass Boston landscape is the 331,000-square-foot Campus Center a $50 million project which centralizes student services and activities. The campus new front entrance opened in April of 2004.

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    Strength & Conditioning The University of Massachusetts Boston is one of the few NCAA III schools in the country to offer a year round strength and conditioning program. The varsity weight room is designed to improve all areas of athletic performance for all sports. The strength and conditioning coach is a certifi ed professional. The focus is to educate and train athletes on how to properly execute exercises that will allow them to be more effi cient with the sports specifi c movements and enable them to participate with a reduced chance of injury. Our goal is to produce athletes who are faster, stronger and more powerful, in order for them to compete at their highest level.

    UMass Boston is a member of the Little East Conference, which is unquestionably one of the top Division III conferences in

    the nation.

    Aside from providing a competitive playing environment, the UMB athletic department also doubles as a place where students

    can receive hands-on training in nearly all facets of athletics administration.

    At UMass Boston, you learn from the best. A faculty with more Harvard Ph.Ds than any school in the United States

    (except Harvard).

    The university is the only educational institution in the Northeast that shares its campus with a presidential library.

    UMass Boston has won four NCAA Division III national championships, 19 individual national titles and has seen 21

    different athletes achieve All-America status a total of 94 times.

    Our home, the Clark Athletic Center, is one of the best Division III athletic facilities in New England.

    UMass Boston is the only four-year, state-supported institution inside the Interstate 95 beltway.

    Students have the opportunity to commute from home or live off-campus with teammates.

    Were located just three miles from downtown Boston with all of the citys major attractions easily accessible from the campus.

    Academic AdvisingAt UMass Boston we prepare our students for life.

    And because the life of a college student can be much more challenging than a basketball game or a soccer match, the UMass Boston athletic department provides you with the means to be successful in whatever sport you play, and also in the game of life. UMass Bostons academic advising center for student athletes is designed to help each Beacon athlete in every sport complete his or her undergraduate degree. We make sure that our students are not solely concerned with maintaining athletic eligibility. We work extensively with the faculty and professional staff on-campus, and we help our students with course selection, advising and counseling, and career and graduate school exploration. When you enroll at UMass Boston, you will get to know your advisor quite well. One of our primary focuses is freshman-year retention, so we are highly motivated in your fi rst year to work with you to develop a plan for academic success. Your advisor will meet with you on a one-to-one basis and introduce you to the Clark Athletic Centers computer lab--a fully equipped facility open exclusively to UMB student-athletes.

    Sports Medicine Quite simply, the sports medicine center at UMass Boston is one of the best in the area. It combines the best facility with the best people -- all with the goal of keeping Beacon student-athletes healthy. The sports medicine room falls under the direction of head athletic trainer Ed Perkins, a UMass Boston graduate and former athlete with the Beacons. Before taking over at UMB, Ed worked with the nationally ranked mens basketball team at Temple University before returning to Division III athletics at MIT and at Bridgewater State College. Shannon Soares, a certified athletic trainer in her own right, is the universitys assistant athletic trainer. Shannons credentials include a stint with Dennis-Yarmouth High School as its head athletic trainer and two summers working with top major league baseball prospects in the prestigious Cape Cod League. What that means to you is that when you become a member of the Beacons, you are in the safest environment possible. Whether it be injury prevention, evaluation, treatment, or rehabilitation, the training staff at UMass Boston is looking out for you. Before you are eligible for competition, you will be required to undergo a thorough physical examination. You will be monitored throughout the training phase and competitive season. And the training staff works closely with your head coach to make your participation in Beacon athletics as safe as it can be. To ensure quality individual care, the training staff regularly acquires the latest and most effective modalities. The sports medicine center at UMass Boston is equipped with a four-channel electrical stimulation with combination ultrasound unit, a paraffi n bath, two hydrocollator units, a Jobst compression unit and a whirlpool bath.

    Theres no doubt. The city of Boston and the surrounding area boast many of the worlds fi nest institutions of higher learning. And UMass Boston is one of them. Heres why you should consider UMass Boston.

    Your academic advisor will also work with your professors. Your instructors will update the athletic department with progress reports, and when you are having trouble, they will let us know. But more importantly, theyll let us know how we can help you. As a student athlete at UMass Boston you will have unique opportunities to represent the University on a national level and in national programs.

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    The student athlete at UMass Boston has a wealth of athletic and recreational facilities available within the confi nes of the Clark Athletic Center.

    The athletic center has served as the home of the Beacon basketball program since its completion in 1981.

    Named for Catherine Forbes Clark, a former trustee of the University of Massachusetts system and prominent Dorchester civic leader, the Clark Athletic Center emulates its namesake by serving the University community as well as area residents throughout the year.

    Considered one of the fi nest athletic and recreational facilities in Greater Boston, the complex accommodates the schools 18 intercollegiate sports and extensive intramural program. The Centers building houses

    a main gymnasium, which includes a 3,500-seat basketball arena along with three auxiliary basketball courts and two volleyball courts, a 1,000-seat ice rink, and an Olympic-size swimming pool with a high-dive area, six 25-yard lanes and an observation deck. A weight room,

    creative and combative rooms and a sports medicine area round out the interior of the structure.

    Outside the building, UMass Boston boasts an eight-lane 400-meter track, eight tennis courts, a softball diamond and two multipurpose fi elds primarily used for soccer and lacrosse. The outdoor facilities also include a boathouse and dock for the sailing program as well as several recreational fi elds.

    In addition to extensive use by the intercollegiate and intramural programs, the Clark Athletic Center serves as the site for numerous community activities. Included in the list of community activities are a variety of events for both youth and the physically challenged. UMass Boston hosts the National Youth Sports Program, an NCAA-sponsored summer camp for inner-city youth, as well as the Dana

    Barros Basketball Camp, the All Dorchester Sports League, the Boston Youth Games, the Boston Housing Authority Jamboree, the Bay State Games and MIAA state tournament games in soccer, ice hockey and basketball.

    The athletic center became the new home of the Boston Shootout, the premier high school basketball tournament in the nation, in 1997 and has served as a workout facility for the Boston Celtics and the 2000 McDonalds All-American High School Basketball team, while also serving as the site of the Sprite Slam Jam. During the summer of 1999, the center began hosting the Shaws Summer Pro League, featuring current and future stars of the NBA. The center also hosts the Indiana Pacers and San Antonio Spurs during the NBA season, serving as a practice site for both of those teams on their visits to Boston.

    The Clark Athletic Center saw its most excitement for 2000 in just one night when on October 3rd, the University hosted the fi rst United States Presidential Debate of 2000. When the parties fi nally agreed to the Boston debate, the event was suddenly only two weeks away. In that time frame the Clark Athletic Center had to be converted into a debate hall and the adjacent hockey rink into a media center, replete with red carpet, approximately 700 phones, more than 70 televisions, and accommodations for almost 1,600 media representatives from around the world. The complex has also doubled as a concert venue, hosting multiple-Grammy winning artist Kanye West in 2006 as well as the OJays and Common in 2007.

    UMass Boston also boasts one of the fi nest personal fi tness facilities in the area in the Beacon Fitness Center. The state-of-the-art recreational area provides students, faculty and staff with modern equipment in a clean environment.

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    Intercollegiate athletics, intramurals and recreation for students, staff and faculty are the primary programs of the UMass Boston Department of Athletics. The department offers 18 varsity sports and is a member of the NCAAs Division III. UMass Boston has teams competing in the ECAC, the Little East Conference and ECAC East Ice Hockey. Ninety-three Beacons in seven sports have been named All-Americans. The womens indoor and outdoor track and fi eld teams had an outstanding record of achievement, including four NCAA Team Championships and 37 individual NCAA Championships.

    But the Department of Athletics has another important concern as well--service to the community. Whether its complimentary use of the Universitys athletic facilities, coaches and student athletes sports clinics for youth groups, or holiday visits to area hospitals, UMass Boston Athletics is in the forefront of serving area neighborhoods and communities throughout the state.

    UMass Boston is in a unique position as the only public university in the City of Boston. For that reason, the University has a responsibility above and beyond its mission to provide a superior higher education at moderate cost to the people of the metropolitan area. Because of its urban environment and its spacious, coastline location, the University can reach out to its neighbors and provide fi rst rate facilities for healthy, stimulating sports and recreational activities.

    National Consortium for Academics and Sports member institutions develop Outreach and Community Service programs with current student-athletes and former student-athletes from the Degree Completion Program. Over the last 23 years, NCAS member institutions, through their outreach and community service programs, have reached more than 17.6 million youth nationwide with messages about violence prevention, gender sensitivity, confl ict resolution, the importance of academics and athletics, staying in school, the dangers of drugs and alcohol, and much more. Since 1985, NCAS student-athletes have given over 19 million hours of community service.

    There is no one way to conduct school outreach programs. It is clear from the great work done by NCAS members that there are many ways to provide quality programs. Their diversity and contributions to our nation is extraordinary.

    Boston Medical Center Christmas Toy visit Mens Basketball distributed toys for sick kids

    Community Servings Mens and Womens Ice Hockey teamed up to sell pies to benefi t Bostons only free, home-delivered meals program for individuals and families with life-threatening diseases

    Franklin Park Cleanup Baseball team members spent the day ensuring that Franklin Park was a clean and safe enviroment for the community

    Valentines Day Tea Members of the softball team spent time with senior citizens at Harbor Point

    Pink in the Rink/Pink Zone Mens & Womens Ice Hockey and Mens & Womens Basketball all raised money for cancer research, while promoting education for cancer awareness.

    Beacon Dash Cross Country teams sponsor and run the event with proceeds going to the Early Learning Center

    Bring Your Child to Work Day Womens basketball ran a clinic for 30 kids along with arts and crafts

    More than 150 school, charitable, government and private organizations use UMass Boston athletic facilities each year at little or no cost.

    Over 2,500 people visit our athletic facilities each year, as participants or spectators.

    UMass Bostons indoor and outdoor athletic facilities are in use by visitors for over 2100 hours each year.

    In 2007 the National Consortium for Academics and Sports named the Department of Athletics at UMass Boston as # 1 in the country among Division III institutions and seventh overall for Community Service.

    UMass Boston was named Honorable Mention by the National Association of Division III Athletics Administrators/Jostens in the category of An Array of Projects or Activities in 2005.

    National Consortium for Academics and Sports Outreach Honor Roll for 2007-08

    Michigan State University 200,000 University of Louisville 165,603 University of Nebraska 151,775 University of California, Los Angeles 68,000 Florida State University 64,000 University of Mississippi 17,500 La Salle University 16,000 University of Massachusetts Boston 15,375 Duke University 15,000 Rutgers University 12,000 Texas A&M University 11,700 Fairfi eld University 11,000 University of Minnesota 10,000 University of Illinois, Chicago 10,000 Tulane University 10,000 University of Arizona 9,717 Lehigh University 8,282 University of Houston 7,500 Oklahoma State University 7,500 The Pennsylvania State University 7,300 California State University, Dominguez Hills 7,250 University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 7,000 North Carolina State University 6,000 University of Connecticut 6,000 University at Buffalo 6,000 Temple University 5,700 University of California, San Diego 5,650 Southern Methodist University 5,500

    Going far beyond the conventional assembly-style programs, UMass Bostons teams make it a point to get out in the community and be visible, while lending a helping hand. Here are just a few examples:

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    STUDENT ATHLETE ADVISORY COUNCIL

    The Student Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) is comprised of student athlete representatives from each of UMass Bostons teams. The purpose of the organization is to promote all UMB sports and provide student athletes an opportunity to impact those issues that affect their daily lives.

    SAAC is the student athletes voice and their vehicle to implement new ideas and infl uence positive change to enhance the student-athlete experience at UMass Boston.

    Members of each team will nominate and select an eligible student athlete to represent their sport on the SAAC. An alternate will also be selected, in the event that the designated representative cannot attend a meeting. It is expected that each team will be represented at every scheduled meeting/event.

    Throughout the year, student athletes are encouraged to communicate ideas and concerns to the respective representative of their sport.

    As a student athlete at UMass Boston you will have unique opportunities to represent the University on a national level and in national programs.

    NCAA CHAMPS/LIFE SKILLS

    The 2000-01 school year marked the departments fi rst year as a member of the NCAAs CHAMPS/Life Skills program. Presently, 323 institutions and six conference offi ces now participate in this NCAA supported life skills program. The NCAA mission of CHAMPS/Life Skills is committed to a comprehensive program that provides educational experience and services in order to develop well balanced lifestyles for student-athletes; to encourage growth in decision making, planning and fulfi llment of career and life goals.

    The CHAMPS/Life Skills program will be presented this year at UMB through the development of workshops/guest speakers that address identifi ed life skill needs in the fi ve commitment areas of this program.

    As part of our membership in CHAMPS/Life Skills, each year one of four student athlete nominees will attend the NCAA Foundation Leadership Conference.

    SAAC MEMBERSCassy Hanneman (Womens Volleyball) - President

    Bryan Albert (Mens Ice Hockey)Mike Andriano (Baseball)

    Cammy Brown (Womens Basketball)Ty Buccetti (Baseball)

    Al Craven (Mens Lacrosse)Julian Crowder (Mens Soccer)

    Lauren Duran (Womens Ice Hockey)Geoffrey Ebbs (Mens Basketball)

    Jim Ennis (Mens Ice Hockey)Michelle Gildea (Womens Cross Country)

    Jaci Goodwin (Womens Basketball)Carolina Gonzalez (Womens Tennis)Mitchell Haley (Mens Track & Field)

    Jillian Hurd (Womens Tennis)Verly Jean (Mens Soccer)

    Pat Joseph (Mens Basketball)Cherie Lavin (Womens Track & Field)

    Renaldo Lopes (Mens Tennis)Ali McMinn (Womens Volleyball)Kristin Mulry (Womens Soccer)Aaron Pollock (Mens Lacrosse)

    Lisa Polsonetti (Softball)Francisco Reyes (Mens Cross Country)

    Ryan Swann (Mens Tennis)Brittany Usmail (Womens Ice Hockey)

    Lauren Vargas (Womens Soccer)Kara Willis (Softball)

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    Five Colleges to Choose FromWhen you apply, youll be seeking admission to one of fi ve UMass Boston college that conduct degree programs for undergraduates. The colleges are briefl y described here. Your choice of a college means that youll be expected to complete a major offered by your college, but it doesnt limit you to courses within your college. For example, science students routinely take liberal arts courses, and vice versa, while both liberal arts and science students can arrange to minor in management.

    The College of Liberal Arts

    The College of Liberal Arts (CLA) offers students the chance to study the rich diversity of human achievement and to examine critical social problems through explorations-guided by exceptional scholars and teachers-of the humanities, social sciences and fi ne performing arts. Liberal arts courses help students develop good critical thinking skills and strong abilities in oral and written communication. These are the transferable skills that employers seek. CLA prepares its undergraduate students for further study and for the world of work in a wide variety of careers ranging from law to teaching and from business to the arts. CLA also conducts graduate programs leading to the MA and PhD degrees. To learn more, visit www.umb.edu/academics/cla.

    The College of Management

    The College of Management (CM) takes pride in the special relationship between its students and faculty. Together they create an educational experience that empowers graduates to succeed in a wide variety of managerial positions in the private and public sectors, locally, nationally and abroad. The breadth of its research and professional experience enables the CM faculty to teach the full range of functional skills needed both for the management curriculum and for rewarding careers in business. Internationally accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International), CM offers the BS degree in management, the MBA (Master of Business Administration), the MSA (Master of Science in Accounting) and the MSIT (Master of Science in Information Technology). To learn more, visit www.management.umb.edu.

    The College of Nursing & Health Sciences

    The College of Nursing and Health Sciences (CNHS) has earned a reputation for fi rst-rate teaching and research combined with practical clinical experience. Graduates are found in all the Boston areas world-renowned medical facilities. The college offers BS, online RN-to-BS, MS, and PhD degree programs in nursing and a BS degree in exercise and health sciences. Nursing students at all levels of the program are involved in health care and the prevention of illness, with clinical experience beginning in their sophomore year. Exercise and

    health sciences students are engaged in fi tness and health education, and graduates fi ll the ranks of professionals in fi tness centers, health clubs and rehabilitation facilities. To learn more, visit www.cnhs.umb.edu.

    The College of Public & Community Service

    The College of Public and Community Service (CPCS) provides an empowering and effective education to people who are committed to working for social justice, and who want to promote positive development in their communities. CPCS offers innovative and exciting opportunities for students pursuing professional careers in public and community service, policy, advocacy and organizing. CPSC is distinguished by its competency-based system of education, by the innovative learning options it provides, and by its commitment to interweaving college and community to promote full participation in society through educational programs and professional practice. CPCS undergraduates pursue the BA degree; the college also offers graduate programs leading to the MA. To learn more, visit www.cpcs.edu.

    The College of Science & Mathematics

    The College of Science and Mathematics (CSM) at UMass Boston is strongly committed to the integration of research and teaching in its programs. CSM students education is enhanced by opportunities to participate in independent research in productive and exciting research laboratories. The college is involved in such areas as monitoring the coastal environment, preserving diversity in the deep sea and the tropical rain forest, computer mapping, green chemistry, bioinformatics, database programming, creating devices to enhance medical imaging, and other exciting investigations. Its undergraduate and graduate programs lead to the BS, BA, MS and PhD. To learn more, visit www.csm.umb.edu.

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    UMass Boston Hall of FameThe Hall of Fame recognizes and honors former outstanding UMass Boston/Boston State College student-athletes, coaches, administrators and friends of the athletic program for their accomplishments and services to the Department of Athletics.

    Darrelle Boyd ~ Womens Cross Country, Indoor, Outdoor Track & Field - UMass BostonJohn Caccamo ~ Mens Ice Hockey - Boston StatePaul Curran ~ Wrestling - UMass BostonRodney Forbes ~ Mens Basketball - Boston StateSherman Hart ~ Womens Cross Country, Indoor, Outdoor Track & Field Head Coach - UMass BostonBill Innocent ~ Mens Ice Hockey - UMass BostonFrank McCarthy ~ Mens Cross Country - Boston StateMichael Mitchell ~ Contributor, Club Mens Basketball - UMass BostonRobert Reardon ~ Golf - UMass BostonGordon Webb ~ Mens Lacrosse Head Coach - Boston State & UMass Boston

    1966-67 Mens Basketball team ~ Boston State1972 Mens Lacrosse team ~ Boston StateStephanie Bogues ~ Womens Basketball - UMass BostonDelores Booth ~ Womens Indoor, Outdoor Track & Field - UMass BostonBrian Fitzgerald ~ Head Athletic Trainer - UMass BostonKen Nippy Hall ~ Mens Basketball - UMass BostonWilliam Joyce ~ Football - Boston StateDick Kelley ~ Mens Ice Hockey - Boston StateSteven Greg Olsen ~ Mens Indoor Track & Field - Boston StateKerri Quinn ~ Womens Basketball & Softball - UMass BostonWilliams Rafuse ~ Mens Lacrosse & Football - Boston StateRobert Russell ~ Mens Ice Hockey - Boston State

    1960 Baseball team ~ Boston State1981-82 Womens Basketball team ~ Boston StateRobert A. Corrigan ~ Chancellor - UMass BostonEarl Garrett ~ Football - Boston StateFrank Legro ~ Mens Ice Hockey - Boston StateGeorge MacKay ~ Mens Basketball - Boston StateNao Masamoto ~ Baseball - UMass Boston Eddie Sullivan ~ Mens Ice Hockey - Boston StateMichele Williams ~ Womens Indoor, OutdoorTrack & Field - UMass BostonJohn Yeager ~ Mens Lacrosse and Soccer - Boston State

    1965-66 Mens Ice Hockey team ~ Boston StateLeo Dawson ~ Mens Lacrosse - Boston StateAndreen Gilpin ~ Womens Basketball & Softball - UMass BostonBrian Leahy ~ Football & Wrestling - Boston StateEd Miller ~ Mens Basketball - Boston State Quazi Saddruzzaman ~ Mens Tennis - UMass BostonPat Sperduto ~ Football - UMass BostonWayne Starkey ~ Mens Ice Hockey - Boston State

    1985-86 Womens Indoor Track and Field team - UMass Boston 1986 Womens Outdoor Track and Field team - UMass Boston Ed Barry ~ Head Mens Ice Hockey Coach - Boston StateGenesia Eddins ~ Womens Indoor, Outdoor Track & Field - UMass BostonEileen Fenton ~ Womens Basketball - UMass Boston John Boo Rice ~ Mens Basketball - Boston State & UMass Boston

    1984-85 Womens Indoor Track and Field team ~ UMass BostonWilliam Berglund ~ Mens Ice Hockey - Boston StatePorchia Ann Brissett ~ Womens Indoor, Outdoor Track & Field - UMass BostonJoseph Casey ~ Mens Basketball - Boston StateCatherine Forbes Kit Clark ~ Board of Trustees/Contributor - UMass BostonMurtonda Durant ~ Womens Indoor, Outdoor Track & Field - UMass BostonChris Harvey ~ Mens Lacrosse - Boston State & UMass BostonDick Leahy ~ Mens Ice Hockey - Boston StateWilliam Squires ~ Mens and Womens Cross Country Head Coach - Boston State and UMass BostonJames P. Gus Sullivan ~ Director of Athletics - Boston State

    1981-82 Mens Ice Hockey team ~ UMass Boston1986-87 Womens Indoor Track and Field team ~ UMass BostonJohn Buckley ~ Mens Basketball - Boston StateCarlos Fernandes ~ Mens Soccer - UMass BostonJacqueline James ~ Womens Indoor, Outdoor Track & Field - UMass BostonJames Kent ~ Football, Mens Lacrosse, Assistant Football Coach - Boston State ~ Head Football Coach - UMass BostonJames Loscutoff ~ Head Mens Basketball Coach - Boston StateRobert Quinn ~ Mens Ice Hockey - Boston StateCarol Thomas ~ Womens Basketball and Womens Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field - UMass BostonCharlie Titus ~ Director of Athletics and Head Mens Basketball Coach - UMass Boston

    1965-66 Mens Ice Hockey team ~ Boston StateBussy Adam ~ Mens Lacrosse - Boston StateMary Barrett ~ Director of Athletics - Boston State - Assistant Athletic Director - UMass Boston

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    UMass Boston welcomes coverage of its ice hockey games from accredited writers, photographers and broadcast outlets.

    SPORTS MEDIA RELATIONS OFFICE The UMass Boston Sports Media Relations offi ce is located on the lower level of the Clark Athletic Center. The phone number is (617) 287-7815; the fax number is (617) 287-7840; you can reach Director of Sports Media Relations, Alan Wickstrom, by e-mail as well at alan.wickstrom@umb.edu.

    PRESS ROW FACILITIES Space in the UMass Boston ice hockey press box is extremely limited, with priority given to game personnel. Media members requesting space in the press box are advised to make arrangements with UMass Boston Sports Media Relations Director, Alan Wickstrom, as early as possible.

    CREDENTIALS Media members wishing to obtain credentials to UMass Boston ice hockey games must notify the Sports Media Relations offi ce at least one day in advance of the requested game. Photographers who wish to shoot from the penalty box must make prior arrangements with the Sports Media Relations Director. Media members working in the penalty box assume the responsibility for all risks.

    RADIO Radio stations wishing to broadcast UMass Boston ice hockey games must make arrangements with the Sports Media Relations offi ce at least two weeks prior to the requested game. Telephone lines will be supplied by the University, provided the requested notice is given. All calls will be made on a collect or calling card basis.

    MEDIA PARKING Media members should park in the upper level of the Universitys parking garage. Parking passes will be made available to media members who request them in advance.

    PRESS ROW SERVICES The UMass Boston Sports Media Relations offi ce will provide team rosters, pregame statistics and the ECAC East weekly report prior to the game. Shot totals will be distributed after each period and a complete box score will be available after the game.

    POSTGAME INTERVIEWS A 10-minute cooling off period, recommended by the NCAA, will be strictly enforced, after which UMass Boston Head Coach Maura Crowell and selected players will be made available to media members. Postgame interviews will be conducted in the rink area near the locker room door.

    PLAYER INTERVIEWS Interviews other than those immediately following a game must be arranged through the UMass Boston Sports Media Relations offi ce. The Sports Media Relations Director will see that all reasonable requests are met, and a time will be arranged so as not to interfere with the students academic schedule.

    MEDIA WORK ROOM The Clark Athletic Center offi ce will be open following games for media wishing to fi le postgame reports. There is ample work space with power outlets and telephones.

    POSTGAME FAXES The Sports Media Relations offi ce will fax a complete box score and game story to media outlets upon request. Requests should be made prior to the game.

    UMass Boston Media OutletsNEWSPAPERS

    Boston Globe135 Morrissey Boulevard

    Boston, MA 02125Phone: (617) 929-2860Fax: (617) 929-2872

    Boston HeraldOne Herald SquareBoston, MA 02106

    Phone: (617) 426-3005Fax: (617) 542-1314

    Patriot Ledger400 Crown Colony Drive

    PO Box 699159Quincy, MA 02269

    Phone: (617) 786-7057Fax: (617) 786-7335

    Brockton Enterprise1324 Belmont Street

    Unit 102Brockton, MA 02301

    Phone: (508) 427-4074

    MetroWest Daily News33 New York Avenue

    P.O. Box 800Framingham, MA 01701Phone: (866) 262-6397Fax: (508) 626-4400

    Mass Media100 Morrissey Boulevard

    Boston, MA 02125Phone: (617) 287-7997Fax: (617) 287-7896

    TELEVISION/RADIO STATIONS

    WBZ-TV Channel 4 (CBS)1170 Soldiers Field Road

    Boston, MA 02134Phone: (617) 787-7046

    WCVB-TV Channel 5 (ABC)

    5 TV PlaceNeedham, MA 02192Phone (617) 433-4700

    WHDH-TV Channel 7 (NBC)

    7 Bullfi nch PlaceBoston, MA 02114

    Phone: (617) 725-0777

    WFXT-TV Channel 25 (Fox)

    25 Fox Drive, Box 9125Dedham, MA 02026-4595

    Phone: (781) 467-7213

    WEEI-AM Radio20 Guest Street, Third FloorBrighton, MA 02135-2040

    Phone: (617) 779-3500

    WIRE SERVICE

    Associated Press184 High Street

    Boston, MA 02110Phone: (617) 357-8100Fax: (617) 338-8125

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