~ UConn, PC shutout Vermont; Maine skates to pair of ties ~
||ATHLETIC REPUBLIC PLAYER OF THE WEEK
|#8 KAYLA TUTINO, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(Freshman Forward; Lorraine, Que.)
|Tutino had a five-point weekend (3g,2a) with eight shots on goal, including two game-winning
goals, in a pair of wins over the weekend against Connecticut and
Providence. Her game-winner on Saturday against Connecticut
was a shorthanded, her NCAA-leading third of the season.
||PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE OF THE WEEK
|#62 EMILY SNODGRASS, CONNECTICUT
(Freshman Forward; Eagan, Minn.)
|Snodgrass totaled three points (2g,1a) in a 1-1 weekend for the Huskies. She
recorded her first multi-goal game with two vs. No. 5 Boston University on
Saturday and added an assist in a 3-0 win over Vermont on Sunday.
||WHEA DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
|#29 CORINNE BOYLES, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Junior Goaltender; Wheaton, Ill.)
|Boyles stopped 68-of-70 shots (.971) in the four-point weekend for the Eagles, making a
season-high 40 saves at No. 8 Northeastern on Thursday to help Boston College to its fifth
win of the year over a top 10 team.
||WHEA TEAM OF THE WEEK
|BOSTON COLLEGE EAGLES
|The Eagles swept No. 8 ranked Northeastern over the weekend and outscored the Huskies
by a 7-2 score in the series and scored six of their seven goals in the final two periods
of both games. BC amassed 76 shots on the weekend in two contests.
Athletic Republic Player of the Week Kayla Tutino of Boston University
|ARMY ROTC THREE STARS AWARD
|At the conclusion of each Hockey East game, the " Army ROTC Three Stars of The Game" are selected. Here are the 2011-2012 season leaders to date:
Alex Carpenter, BC (Fr., C, North Reading, Mass.) Regsitered three points (1g,2a) in the sweep of eight-ranked Northeastern last week.
Emily Field, BC (Fr., F, Littleton, Mass.) Registered three points (1g, 2a) in the sweep of eight-ranked Northeastern last week.
Brianne Kilgour, Maine (So., F, Hamilton, Ont.) Grabbed a goal and an assist against Brown in Friday's 4-4 draw.
Isabel Menard, BU (Jr., F, Ottawa, Ont.) Potted a pair of goals for the second straight game in Saturday's 4-2 win over UConn
Tori Pasquariello, Maine (Fr., F, Mississauga, Ont.) Notched a goal and an assist in Friday's 4-4 draw vs. Brown.
Florence Schelling, NU (Sr., G, Oberengstringen, Switzerland) Recorded 68 saves over the weekend home and home with Boston College.
Kylie Smith, Maine (Jr., G, Apple Valley, Minn.) Made 23 saves, including a breakaway save vs. Brown Sunday to earn her first career shutout.
Kerrin Sperry, BU (So., G, North Reading, Mass.) Made 33 saves in a 3-2 win at Providence on Sunday.
Taylor Wasylk, BC (So, F, Port Huron, Mich.) Scored twice and assisted one goal in the sweep of the No. 8 Northeastern last week.
Tara Watchorn, BU (Sr., D, Newcastle, Ont.) Notched a goal on Saturday and had a pair of assists in each game this weekend.
Corinne Boyles (Wheaton , Ill.)
Surpassed 900 careers saves on Friday night. The junior sits at
915 heading into the holiday slate.
Kayla Campero, UConn (WALLINGFORD, CT.)
Scored her first career goal against Vermont.
Brittany Dougherty, Maine (Chesterfield, Mich.)
Extended her point streak to seven games on Friday
Kate Leary , BC (Seabrook, N.H.)
Registered her first collegiate point on Thursday night vs. NU
Danielle Ward, MAine (Lansing, Mich.)
Played her 100th career game on Saturday
Boston College: The Eagles earned their fifth win over a ranked team when they
defeated NU on Friday…Four players are in the midst of the midst of a threegame
point streak…Junior Corinne Boyles established a season-high 40 saves
at Northeastern on Thursday…BC has been outscored 10-6 in the first period,
but holds a 30-16 advantage in the second two periods…The Eagles begin a
three-game ECAC slate at Quinnipiac on Tuesday, host Princeton on Friday and
travel to Brown on Sunday…BC is 4-1-1 on the road this season.
Boston University: BU is on its second three-game win streak of the season. The
first one was from Oct. 7-15…The Terriers have scored a PPG in each of the last
three gamesFreshman forward Kayla is first in the conference and third nationally
in rookie goal-scoring…The Terriers scored shorthanded goals in consecutive
games for the second time this season, scoring a player down both on Nov. 12
and on Saturday. The last time BU accomplished that feat it scored a SHG in
three straight games…Assistant coach Katie Lachapelle was victorious against
her alma mater, Providence, to join assistant coach Allison Coomey, who was
also victorious this season against her alma mater, Niagara…BU has the best
penalty kill in the nation at 92.3%, and also is tied for the NCAA lead in SHG.
BU will face the best PP in the nation, Cornell, this weekend...Sophomore Braly
Hiller has made her first two career starts this season and won both of them.
University of Connecticut: UConn matched a program record with its sixth
straight loss coming to No.5 Boston, 4-2...Sophomore Nicole Paniccia posted
28 saves against Vermont for her second shutout of the season...Both UConn
wins have been 3-0 shutouts by Paniccia...Red-shirt sophomore defenseman
Maggie Walsh capped off the 3-0 win over the Catamounts with her first goal
of the season coming against her former team
University of Maine: The University of Maine women's ice hockey team tied
both games in the two game series against Brown University. Friday's game
ended with a 4-4 tie and Saturday's game ended at 0-0. The Black Bears now
have a record of 7-5-4 overall and remain at 2-3-1 in conference play. Goalie
Kylie Smith (Apple Valley, Minn.) earned her first career shutout by making 23
saves against Brown on Saturday. Brianne Kilgour (Hamilton, Ontario) grabbed
a goal and an assist on Friday while Tori Pasquariello (Mississauga, Ontario)
did the same.
University of New Hampshire: Freshman goaltender Jenn Gilligan recorded
17 saves in the first period Nov. 19 at second-ranked Minnesota to mark a
personal single-period high…Moe Bradley, another freshman goalie, made a
relief appearance in the third consecutive game Nov. 19 against those Golden
Gophers and recorded a personal-best 29 saves in 40 minutes, which also
marked a career high… UNH was outshot 101-31 in the two-game series at
UMN…UNH completed its stretch of five consecutive road games with a 1-4-
0 record…The Wildcats begin a four-game homestand and stretch of three
games in five days.
Northeastern University: Swept by Boston College this weekend, Northeastern
has consecutive losses for the first time this season…freshman Kendall Coyne's
season-opening nine-game point streak ended in Thursday's loss to BC…Florence
Schelling made 68 saves over the two games…Northeastern has scored
a power play goal in four consecutive games, with all four goal coming from
different players…The Huskies will travel outside Massachusetts this season
for just three more games, two of which take place in the next week following
Thanksgiving: at Dartmouth (11/26) and at UNH (12/3).
Providence College: The Friars split their weekend, which included a 3-0
shutout of Vermont on Saturday. Genevieve Lacasse's 327 saves ranks second
among Hockey East netminders.
University of Vermont: Vermont has scored three goals in its last four
games…After starting 2-1-0 in conference play the Catamounts have dropped
four straight league contests...Amanda Pelkey (3g,4a) and Meghan Huertas
(1g,6a) lead the team in scoring with seven points...Vermont returns to action
Wednesday when they host Maine in the teams first meeting of the season...
The Catamounts are 1-4-4 at home this season...Vermont went 2-1-0 against
Maine last season winning the season series.