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WEEKLY RELEASE: BOSTON COLLEGE SPLITS ROAD SERIES WITH CORNELL
- NORTHEASTERN, PROVIDENCE, VERMONT WIN OVERTIME GAMES -
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Photo WARRIOR HOCKEY PLAYER OF THE WEEK
#24 MICHELA CAVA, UCONN
(Sophomore Forward; Thunder Bay, Ont.)
Scored in both of UConn's Nutmeg Classic games this weekend, totaling four points (2g,2a) in two games in the Nutmeg Classic, earning All-Tournament Team honors for her efforts. Cava recorded three points (1g,2a) in the 5-4 loss to Yale Friday and then potted a goal in the 4-3 overtime loss to RIT. She totaled 13 shots on goal in the two games for the Huskies. Warrior
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Photo PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE OF THE WEEK
#27 MARIAH FUJIMAGARI, MAINE
(Freshman Goaltender; Markham, Ont.)
Fujimagari notched 73 saves (.936 save%) over two games for the Black Bears. She had 44 saves against Robert Morris in the 4-2 loss and 29 stops in the 1-1 tie at Penn State on Saturday. Pro Ambitions
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Photo WHEA DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
#29 CORINNE BOYLES, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Senior Goaltender; Wheaton, Ill.)
Boyles stopped 65 of 68 shots (.956 save%) in the two games against No. 3 ranked Cornell, going 1-1 on the weekend and recording her 60th career win in the second game with 39 saves on Saturday vs. the Big Red. Hockey East
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Photo WHEA TEAM OF THE WEEK
BOSTON COLLEGE EAGLES
The Eagles split their road series with No. 3 ranked Cornell over the weekend. BC opened the series with a 2-0 loss, but followed that up with a 4-1 victory at Lynah Rink on Saturday.  
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Warrior Hockey Player of the Week Michela Cava of UConn
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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 2013-14 season leaders to date:
Rk. Name Cl. Pos. School
1. Louise Warren Sr. F BU
3. Katie MacSorley Sr. F NU
3. Chloe Desjardins Jr. G NU
  Kayla Tutino Jr. F BU
5. Emily Field Jr. F BC
Army ROTC
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HOCKEY EAST WEEKLY TOP PERFORMERS

Sarah Campbell, UVM (Jr., F, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.) She picked up three goals, including two in Vermont's 4-3 win against Brown Tuesday night.

Kayla Campero, UConn (Jr., F, Wallingford, Conn.) Posted a 1-2-3 line against Yale, including her team-high sixth goal of the season.

Susan Cavanagh, UConn (Fr., F, Warwick, R.I.) Scored in UConn's 5-4 loss to Yale, her second goal of the season

Dayna Colang (So., D, Fairbanks, Alaska) She scored three points (2g,1a) over three games, including the game-winner in OT vs. Brown Tuesday.

Chloe Desjardins, NU (Jr., G, Saint-Prosper, Beauce, Que.) Made 23 saves (.958 save%) at Dartmouth on Friday.

Beth Hanrahan, PC (Jr., F, Poolesville, Md.) Notched two points (1g,1a) in the Friars 3-2 overtime win vs. Brown.

Sarah Moses, UConn (Sr., G, New Hamburg, Ont.) Stopped 31-of-35 shots in UConn's OT loss to RIT in the Nutmeg Classic consolation game.

Emily Snodgrass, UConn (Jr., F, Eagan, Minn.) Notched a point in each of UConn's game this weekend (1-1-2).

Kelly Wallace, NU (Sr., F, Libertyville, N.Y.) Scored the game-winning goal in overtime at Dartmouth on Friday.

Janine Weber, PC (GS, F, Innsbruck, Austria) Lifted the Friars to a 3-2 overtime win vs. Brown on Saturday with the game-winning goal and four shots.


CAREER FIRSTS/MILESTONES/WHO'S HOT

Corinne Boyles, BC (WHEATON, ILL.) recorded her 60th career victory with the win over Cornell on Saturday

Michela Cava , UCONN (THUNDER BAY, ONT.) is riding a five-game point streak (3G,5A)

Katie MacSorley, NU (STRATFORD, ONT.) has five points (3G,2a) in her last three games

Hayley Scamurra, NU (Williamsville, N.Y.) scored her first collegiate goal on Friday at Dartmouth

Emily Snodgrass, UCONN (EAGAN, MINN.) is on a three-game point streak (2G,1A)

Taylor Wasylk, BC (PORT HURON, MICH.) scored her 80th career point with the game-winning goal against Cornell Saturday


TEAM NOTES

Boston College: With the 4-1 win over No. 3 Cornell on Saturday, the Eagles recorded their first victory over a ranked team this season…Emily Field scored a short-handed goal on Saturday, giving BC 9 shorthanded goals on the year…With the victory on Saturday, the Eagles are one game over .500 on the road (4-3-1) but have only lost one game at home (8-1-0)… BC was shutout for the first time on Friday (2-0) since falling 6-0 to Boston University in an away game on Jan. 25, 2012.

Boston University: BU is in the midst of an eight-day layoff and was idle this past week… No. 9 BU remained 11-3-1 and 7-0-0 in Hockey East…The Terriers are the only unbeaten team in Hockey East and have not lost a league game since Nov. 9, 2012…Their 22- game win streak within league play will be on the line on Tuesday when they travel to Northeastern…BU defeated the Huskies, 3-2, in overtime on Oct. 29 … Minnesota-Duluth will visit Walter Brown Arena for the first time when the Bulldogs travel to Boston for a weekend series with the Terriers. The two teams skated to a pair of draws last season in Duluth in the first-ever meetings between the schools…UMD will be the last WCHA team the Terriers will face this season.

UConn: UConn dropped both games in the 2013 Nutmeg Classic, falling 5-4 to Yale in the semifinals then 4-3 in OT to RIT in the consolation game…Michela Cava earned All-Tournament teams after scoring in both games and totaling a 2-2-4 line in the two games…UConn falls to 2-1-2 in overtime this season…Cava and Campero both had three points on 1-2-3 nights vs. Yale…Kiana Nauheim picked up an assist vs. Yale and leads all UConn defenseman with four points, all assists…the Huskies have the month of December off and do not play again until Jan. 2 and 3 at Princeton.

Maine: Maine moves to a 0-12-4 on the season after falling to Robert Morris 4-2 on Friday. The Black Bears went on to tie Penn State 1-1 in overtime in the Saturday match up. Freshman goalie Mariah Fujimagari was in the net for both games. Fujimagari had 44 saves against Robert Morris, setting a career-high. Jillian Langtry and Karissa Kirkup scored Maine's two goals against Robert Morris...Maine outshot Penn State 45-30.

New Hampshire: In her first game since Oct. 21, 2012, redshirt freshman Jonna Curtis tallied an assist Nov. 30 against Ohio State; she has seven points (2g, 5a) in seven career games…Sophomore defenseman Alexis Crossley returned to the lineup Saturday vs. OSU; she was sidelined by injury the previous nine games…Junior defenseman Jess Ryan recorded an assist for the third consecutive game with a tally in Saturday's game vs. the Buckeyes…Junior Hannah Armstrong has scored four goals the last seven games…Senior forward Nicole Gifford won 12 of 18 faceoffs Sunday; she has taken 372 draws this season; the next highest on the team is Heather Kashman (180).

Northeastern: Northeastern defeated Dartmouth in overtime on Friday night for the second straight season…The Huskies have been held to two goals or fewer in seven of their last eight games…The Huskies held Dartmouth without a power play goal on Friday, the first time in six games that NU has held their opponent without a power play goal.

Providence College: With the Friars 3-2 overtime win against Brown on Nov. 30, Head Coach Bob Deraney captured the program's all-time wins record. Deraney captured the record in his 15th season with his 265th win. Providence defeated Brown in the 19th annual Mayor's Cup, claiming the cup for the first time since Nov. 26, 2010 and the first time winning the cup at Schneider Arena since Nov. 24, 2007. Corinne Buie captured her 20th point of the season against Brown, making her the first Friar to notch a 20-point season in each of her four seasons at Providence since Ashley Cottrell ('12).

Vermont: Vermont closed out the month of November with a record of 5-3-2…The five wins are the most ever by the Catamounts in a single month…On Sunday sophomore defenseman Dayna Colang's six-game point streak was snapped, she had thee goals and six assists over that span, including the overtime game-winner last Tuesday against Brown…The Catamounts current four-game unbeaten streak is its longest since last November…The Catamounts have lost just once in their last eight games…With a team leading 12 goals this season and 26 in her career Amanda Pelkey needs one more tally to tie Erin Wente's (2009-13) record of 27.

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