~No. 7 BU beats PC, No. 5 Harvard; UVM downs UConn; UNH wins at Maine ~
||ATHLETIC REPUBLIC PLAYER OF THE WEEK
|#48 KAYLA CAMPERO, CONNECTICUT
(Sophomore Forward; Wallingford, Conn.)
|Campero totaled a career-high four points, all in the first game of the week, on two goals
and two assists against Princeton Thursday night. She was +3
in the series and totaled 10 shots on goal.
||PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE OF THE WEEK
|#28 PAIGE SAVAGE, NORTHEASTERN
(Freshman Forward; Johns Creek, Ga.)
|Savage had a career-high four points (1g,3a) in a 4-3 win at No. 2 Clarkson
on Friday night.
||WHEA DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
|#10 BLAKE BOLDEN, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Senior Defenseman; Euclid, Ohio)
|Bolden recorded a goal and an assist over two games this week including the game-winning
goal in overtime at St. Lawrence on Friday. She finished the weekend with eight shots on
goal and a +2 plus/minus rating.
||WHEA TEAM OF THE WEEK
|BOSTON COLLEGE EAGLES
|The Eagles were victorious in a pair of road games over the weekend in the North Country.
BC opened the weekend with a 5-1 win at No. 2 Clarkson on Thursday and followed that
up with a 4-3 overtime win at St. Lawrence on Friday night.
Athletic Republic Player of the Week Kayla Campero of Connecticut
|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 2012-13 season leaders to date:
Nicole Anderson, PC (Sr., F, Jordan, Minn.) Tallied a two-point week, including a goal and an assist to continue her four game point streak.
Brittany Berisoff, UConn (Fr., F, ) Netted a season-high three points on two goals and one assist in the opener against Princeton.
Alex Carpenter, BC (So., F, Reading, Mass.) Notched a goal and three assists over two games this past week vs. No. 2 Clarkson and St. Lawrence.
Brittany Dougherty, Maine (Sr., F, Chesterfield, Mich.) Registered two goals and two assists in the weekend split with Brown.
Beth Hanrahan, PC (So., F, Poolesville, Md.) Matched a career-high two point game in the Friars overtime win against Yale on Jan. 5.
Jordan Hampton, NU (Fr., D, Exeter, N.H.) Had a career-high two points (1g,1a) at No. 2 Clarkson in the first multi-point game of her career.
Molly Illikainen, PC (Fr., F, Grand Rapids, Minn.) Notched a two point week, including a goal in the Friars, 3-2, win over Yale on Jan. 5.
Kayla Kaluzny, Maine (Jr., F/D, Calgary, Alta.) Picked up two assists in the 6-5 loss to Brown on Sunday.
Gina Repaci, Vermont (Fr., D, Toronto, Ont.) Scored her first career goal on Saturday, the game-winner on the power play vs. Colgate
Nina Riley, PC (Jr., G, Lexington, Mass.) Made 20 stops in the 3-2 overtime win at Yale on Saturday.
Haley Skarupa, BC (Fr., F, Rockville, Md.) Netted a goal and three assists and led the team with 11 shots on goal over the two games this week.
Kelly Wallace, NU (Jr., F, Libertyville, Ill.) Recorded her third multi-point game of the season with a goal and one assist at No. 2/2 Clarkson.
Rachel Bellio, Maine (Denver, Col.)
SCORED the first goal of her career Vs. BROWN SUNDAY
Corinne Boyles, BC (Sr., Wheaton , Ill.)
recorded her 40th career victory Friday VS. St. Lawrence
Casey Pickett, NU (Wilmington, Mass.)
has four assists in her last five games, and is one point
away from cracking the top 20 in career points at NU (102)
Kendall Coyne, NU (Palos Heights, Ill.)
has six points in her last five games (4G,2a)
Brittany Dougherty, Maine (Chesterfield, Michigan)
has registered at least one point in the last six games, nine
points over the span
Jillian Langtry , Maine (Fort Frances, Ont.)
picked up an assist in each of the two games
over the weekend for her first career points
Boston College: BC is unbeaten in their last 14 games (12-0-2) and currently
hold a nine game winning streak...Alex Carpenter extended her point streak to
16 games (13-16-29)...After an opening night loss, Corinne Boyles is currently
on a personal 11-game winning streak...BC is ranked second in the NCAA in
goals per game (4.67)...Haley Skrupa, Emily Field, Alex Carpenter, and Emily
Pfalzer all participated in the U.S. National Winter Camp from December 26-31...
BC's 4-3 overtime win at St. Lawrence Friday was their first OT victory since
12/3/11 vs. Maine...Haley Skarupa's +24 rating is good for first in the Hockey
East and her 30 points is good for second in the Hockey East.
Boston University: Senior Jenelle Kohanchuk, freshman Sarah Lefort and
junior Marie-Philip Poulin each won gold at the Meco Cup this past weekend in
Germany...Lefort finished with three goals and two assists, while Poulin also
added an assist...The Terriers will visit Connecticut for the first time this season
on Tuesday, followed by a two-game series at Maine this weekend...BU is 4-1-0
in its last five games at Alfond Arena...The Terriers have not lost to Connecticut
since Dec. 4, 2009...Poulin ranks fourth in the nation in assists per game (1.27)
and is seventh in the nation with an average of 1.87 points per game...Lefort is
sixth among NCAA rookies in points per game (1.18).
University of Connecticut: Stephanie Raithby was scratched with an injury on
Thursday night for the first time in her career ending a streak of 88 consecutive
games played...Prior to UConn's win over Princeton on Wednesday, the Huskies
had been winless in 10-straight games. The last win was a 4-2 home win over
Syracuse on October 26...The five goals was the most for UConn this season
and the three-first period goals marked the first time this season that the Huskies
have scored more than twice in a frame...Freshman defenseman Alice Hughes
notched her first career point vs. Princeton on Wednesday.
University of Maine: The Black Bears are coming off a weekend in which they
split with Brown University. The Black Bears took a 4-2 win over the Brown Bears
on Saturday afternoon while falling by a score of 6-5 the following day. Brittany
Dougherty tallied four points over the weekend while Maine also saw Rachel
Bellio and Jillian Langtry notch first career points. Dougherty has registered 21
points over 19 games while freshmen forward Audra Richards has 10 on six
goals and four assists and sophomore forward Jennifer More has nine via four
goals and five assists.
University of New Hampshire: The Wildcats remain on break until they return
to the ice at Union College on Jan. 15. Defender Alexis Crossley (Cole Harbour,
N.S.) was tabbed as the Hockey East Rookie of the Month for December after
tallying a point in each game. She finished the month with one goal and three
assists. Crossley (6g,7a) Kristina Lavoie (4g,9a), Jessica Hitchcock (7g,5a) and
Kristine Horn (3g,7a) each have double-digit point figures through the first half
of the season. Lavoie played in her 120th career game in New Hampshire's last
game while Horn and Kailey Chappell are just shy of the mark with 119.
Northeastern University: On Friday at No. 2/2 Clarkson, Paige Savage set
career highs for assists (three) and points (four)…Jordan Hampton scored her
first goal since the season opener at Colgate and recorded the first multi-point
night of her career…Kelly Wallace recorded her third multi-point game of the
season…Sophomore forward Chelsey Goldberg dressed in her first game of the
season on Friday, and first since Jan. 6, 2012 against St. Lawrence.
Providence College: The Friars have five players in the top twenty for Hockey
East scoring. Senior Nicole Anderson (Jordan, Minn.) leads the team in scoring
with 22 points. She has collected six power-play goals this season, ranking her
tied for fifth in the nation and first in Hockey East. Anderson's 13 goals rank
24th in the nation with .59 goals per game and tied for third in Hockey East.
Rebecca Morse (Westfield, N.J.) and Maggie Pendleton (Woodbury, Minn.), along
with Lexi Slattery (Lino Lakes, Minn.) rank in the top ten for defenseman scoring
in Hockey East. Providence's four person senior class leads the team in scoring
with 47 points this season (29.5%).
University of Vermont: Senior captain Erin Wente set the Vermont Division I
record in goals yesterday afternoon as she scored her 26th career goal as a
Catamount…Roxanne Douville had her shutout streak snapped at 141 minutes
and 36 seconds, the second longest streak in program history…Klara Myren
had her fourth multi-point game of the season Sunday against Colgate. She now
leads the team in scoring with 17 points…Vermont's overtime loss to Colgate
on Sunday snapped a program record six-game unbeaten streak.