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March 29, 2012
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MONTHLY HONORS: BU'S MARIE-PHILIP POULIN NAMED PLAYER OF THE MONTH FOR MARCH
~BC's Carpenter tabbed Top Rookie; PC's Lacasse earn Top Goalie honor~
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Photo ATHLETIC REPUBLIC PLAYER OF THE MONTH
Marie-Philip Poulin – Boston University
Sophomore Forward; Beauceville, Quebec
Poulin finished the month of March with nine points (4g, 5a) in three games for the Terriers, including a four-point (2g,2a) effort against Cornell in the NCAA Tournament (2g,2a) on March 10 and a three-point effort in the WHEA semifinal win vs. Boston College on March 3rd at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center. She notched multiple points in all three games for the Terriers in the month.

Runner-up: Blake Bolden, BC (Jr., D, Stow, Ohio) 3GP, 4pts. (1g,3a)
Athletic Republic
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Photo WHEA GOALTENDER OF THE MONTH
Genevieve Lacasse - Providence College
Senior Goaltender; Scarborough, Ont.
Lacasse went 1-1 on the month with a 0.75 GAA and a .978 save percentage in two games. She led the Friars to within 7.7 seconds of the Hockey East Championship. Lacasse shut out No. 7 Northeastern, 2-0, in the semifinals on March 3 in Hyannis by stopping all 41 shots she faced (including 15 in the third period). She then halted 48 shots in the double-overtime loss to No. 9 Boston University in final on March 4. The senior broke the Hockey East records for saves in a single tournament (127) and career tournament saves (276).

Runner-up: Kerrin Sperry, BU (So., North Reading, Mass.) 2-1-0, 2.53 FAA, .917 save%
Hockey East
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Photo PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE OF THE MONTH
Alex Carpenter - Boston College
Freshman Forward; Reading, Mass.
Carpenter produced four points (3g,1a) in three postseason contests for the Eagles, leading the team to the Frozen Four. She notched two points (1g,1a) vs. Boston University in the league semifinals in Hyannis, before going on to score a goal in each game in NCAA Tournament. She notched a goal in all three games in the month for the Eagles and amassed 14 shots in the month of March.

Runners-up: Emily Field, BC (F, Littleton, Mass.) 3GP, 4pts. (3g,1a)
Kayla Tutino, BU (F, Lorraine, Que.) 3GP, 6pts. (3g,3a)
Pro Ambitions
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