~NU, No. 8 PC split series; Connecticut shuts out Vermont ~
||PURE HOCKEY CO-PLAYER OF THE WEEK
|#3 KATIE MACSORLEY, NORTHEASTERN
(Freshman Forward; Stratford, Ont.)
|MacSorley recorded four goals and two assists in two games against Providence, including
her first collegiate hat trick on Sunday in the 5-1 Huskies' victory. MacSorley factored in
every goal the Huskies scored against Providence this weekend
, while registering 10 shots with a +4 rating.
||PURE HOCKEY CO-PLAYER OF THE WEEK
|#16 KELLI STACK, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Senior Forward; Brooklyn Heights, Ohio)
|Stack recorded her second hat trick of the season in the Eagles 6-3 win against No. 5
Boston University on Saturday afternoon at Walter Brown Arena.
||PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE OF THE WEEK
|#1 KERRIN SPERRY, BOSTON U.
(Freshman Goaltender; North Reading, Mass.)
|Sperry made 22 saves in her first collegiate shutout in a 1-0 shutout against
No. 6 Boston College on Sunday night at Conte Forum.
||WHEA DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
|#30 MOLLY SCHAUS, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Senior Goaltender; Natick, Mass.)
|Schaus 46 stops in the weekend series against No. 5 Boston University, which included 24
saves in the 6-3 win Saturday and 22 stops in the 1-0 loss on Sunday at Conte Forum.
||WHEA TEAM OF THE WEEK
|The Huskies posted a 2-0 shutout against Vermont on Saturday afternoon at Gutterson
Fieldhouse. UConn went 1-for-4 on the power play and its penalty kill was a perfect 5-for-5
on the day. Alexandra Garcia stopped all 27 shots that she faced for the Huskies.
Pure Hockey Co-Players of the Week Katie MacSorley and Kelli Stack
Kate Bacon, PC (Jr, F, Chanhassen, Minn.) Scored two goals in Saturday's victory over NU. Sunday, she assisted on the Friars' lone goal in the 5-1 loss at NU.
Ashley Cottrell, PC (Jr., F, Sterling Heights, Mich.) Had a goal in the Friars' 4-1 win over Northeastern and then scored the lone goal at NU Sunday.
Sami Evelyn, UConn (Jr., D, Nepean, Ont.) Recorded her first goal of the season against Vermont, her goal was also the game-winner.
Alexandra Garcia, UConn (Jr., G, Pointe-Claire, Que.) Posted her second shutout of the season against Vermont, recording 27 saves.
Genevieve Lacasse, PC (Jr., G, Scarborough, Ont.) Stopped 79 shots on the week vs. the Huskies, including 39 shots in Saturday's 4-1 win vs. NU.
Rebecca Morse PC (Fr. D, Westfield, N.J.) Scored one goal in the Friars' 4-1 win over Northeastern Saturday.
Mary Restuccia (So., F, Chester Springs, Pa.) Tallied three assists on Saturday in the 6-3 win at Boston University.
Dani Rylan, NU (Gr., F, Tampa, Fla.) Contributed two assists and was on the ice for every goal in Northeastern's 5-1 win over Providence (+5).
Claire Santostefano, NU (Fr., F, Wilmette, Ill.) Tallied two goals and two assists in a 5-1 win over Providence on Nov. 21 with a +4 rating.
Florence Schelling, NU (Jr., G, Oberengstringen, Switzerland) Made 33 saves in a 5-1 win over Providence on Nov. 21.
Jenn Wakefield, BU (Jr., F, Pickering, Ont.) Extended her point-scoring streak to 10 games with four points (1g, 3a), including Sunday's game-winning goal.
Kelly Horan, UCONN (METHUEN, MASS.)
has a point in the last three games (2G, 1A) for the Huskies,
all of which have come on game-winning goals
Kerrin Sperry, BU (NORTH READING, MASS.)
made 22 saves at Boston College on Nov. 21 for her first collegiate
shutout in net for the Terriers
Jenn Wakefield, BU (PICKERING, ONT.)
is on a 10-game point-scoring streak (11g,8a) for the Terriers
Boston College: Molly Schaus and Meagan Mangene returned to the Heights after winning silver
with the U.S. team in the Four Nations Cup…Saturday's win at BU was the highest-scoring game of the
season for BC, with four different goal scorers: Kelli Stack with a hat trick and Ashley Motherwell, Taylor
Wasylk, and Danielle Welch with one apiece…the six goals also featured six athletes with assists: Jessica
Martino, Mary Restuccia, Dru Burns, Katelyn Kurth, Melissa Bizzari, and Danielle Welch…the Terriers
were the first team they've faced with a higher ranking so far this season…BC will host Dartmouth on
Wednesday, November 24.
Boston University: The Boston University women's ice hockey team split its weekend series with
Boston College on Nov. 20-21…The Terriers' 1-0 shutout victory on Sunday marked BU's first whitewash
since blanking New Hampshire, 4-0, in last year's Hockey East semifinals…Junior Jenn Wakefield extended
her point-scoring streak to 10 games with four points (1g, 3a), including Sunday's game-winning goal,
during the Terriers' two-game series with Boston College. Wakefield is now tied with freshman Marie-Philip
Poulin for the team lead in goals (11)…BU will return to action for two games against Princeton on Nov.
26-27…Saturday's game against the Tigers will be held at Agganis Arena as it marks the fourth straight
year the Terriers play a regular-season game at the home of the BU men's ice hockey team.
University of Connecticut: The Huskies are on a four-game win streak, defeating Maine, UNH
and Vermont over the past three weeks...UConn extended its win streak over Vermont last weekend, now
holding a 10-game win streak over the Catamounts in the past three seasons...The Huskies have recorded
back-to-back shutouts over Vermont in the last two games...Alexandra Garcia recorded her second shutout
of the season against Vermont, and her second in two weeks, as she blocked all 27 shots against the
Catamounts...With her assist on the game-winning goal last weekend Kelly Horan is now tied for second
on the team with seven points (3g,4a).
University of Maine: Maine was idle over the weekend after skating to a pair of ties at home
against Northeastern last weekend...The Black Bears will face-off against UNH Tuesday night in a neutral
site game at the Androscoggin Bank Colisee in Lewiston, Maine...Last season in Lewiston, Maine skated
to a 1-1 tie with Boston University before dropping the shootout to the Terriers...Maine has enjoyed late
surges this season as they are out-shooting their opponents 116-109 in the third period and outscoring the
opposition 41-34 in the third period...Maine ranks in the top three in special teams play as they sit third in
the league in power play offense at 19.4% and third in penalty kill 87.8%...After their contest with UNH,
the Black Bears continue on the road to Pittsburgh for a pair of weekend contests at Robert Morris.
University of New Hampshire: Tuesday's game vs. Maine at Lewiston, Maine will be the fifth
regular-season neutral-site game for UNH in the past decade...Lindsey Minton has started each of the last
eight games; she has a 5-3-0 record with a 1.50 GAA, .929 save percentage and three shutouts in that
span...Freshman forward Sarah Campbell is the only 'Cat who has more than one point in the last three
games; she has one goal and one assist for two points...In Hockey East league play, Arielle O'Neill and
Kristina Lavoie are the team's leading point scorers with three points apiece, whereas Campbell, Emma
Clark and Bryanna Farris are tied for the team lead in plus/minus (+3).
Northeastern University: Katie MacSorley's five point game was the first by a Husky since Chelsey
Jones tallied five points against Maine on Dec. 3, 2006 (3-2-5). She also had the first Husky hat trick since
Julia Marty notched three goals against Maine on Nov. 9, 2008...The Huskies are now 7-0-1 when Claire
Santostefano records a point...All five of Northeastern's goals on Sunday came at even strength. The last
time the Huskies scored five even strength goals was January 21, 2003 against Boston College, a 5-4 win...
Florence Schelling has allowed just one goal a game in four of her last five home starts.
Providence College: The Friars will play Brown on Friday in the annual Mayor's Cup. Before the
Friar's home game on December 4th, the team will present donations to SOAR and Sojourner House,
two organizations that work for the prevention of Domestic Violence and care for its victims. The Friars'
Leigh and Nina Riley are the first siblings to play on the same PC women's hockey team since the Ricci
sisters in 1988.
University of Vermont: Vermont is 1-0-6 when scoring the first goal this season…Senior captain
Celeste Doucet (Memramcook, New N.B.) with three goals, and four assists…Vermont has gone to overtime
in seven of their 13 games this season…Seven ties in a season sets a new team record…Roxanne Douville
has started five consecutive games for Vermont, she has given up just nine goals on 148 shots during
that span…Vermont will play three games against ECAC opponents next week…Vermont hosts Saint
Lawrence Tuesday night and will play a two-game set at Clarkson next weekend…The Catamounts are
1-0-3 against ECAC teams this season.