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February 10, 2014
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WEEKLY RELEASE: UCONN SWEEPS BC & UNH TO MOVE INTO FIFTH PLACE
BU, NU & UVM Pick Up Two Points Each; BC Hosts NU in 36th Beanpot Final Tuesday
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Photo WARRIOR HOCKEY CO-PLAYER OF THE WEEK
#29 ELAINE CHULI, UCONN
(Sophomore Goaltender; Waterford, Ont.)
How about stopping 99% of your shots and being named First Star in both games? That was Chuli's weekend, blanking BC, 2-0, while stopping all 45 shots, and then denying UNH on 38 of 39 shots in a 3-1 win. Warrior
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Photo WARRIOR HOCKEY CO-PLAYER OF THE WEEK
#9 SARAH LEFORT, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(Sophomore Forward, Ormstown, Que.)
Lefort had a 5-goal week, scoring four of them in a 7-4 win over UNH on Saturday, after scoring the Terriers' only goal in a 4-1 Beanpot loss to BC on Tuesday. Warrior
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Photo PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE OF THE WEEK
#44 VICTORIA ANDREAKOS, VERMONT
(Freshman Forward; Aurora, Ont.)
Had the game-winning goal in Vermont's 2-1 win over Maine on Saturday, helping the Catamounts extend its lead to six points for the fourth and final home ice playoff spot. Pro Ambitions
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Photo WHEA DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
#29 CHLOE DESJARDINS, NORTHEASTERN
(Junior Goaltender, Saint-Prosper, Beauce, Que.)
Led the Huskies into the Beanpot final by stopping 27 shots in a 4-3 win over #4 in the nation Harvard. Followed up with 29 saves in a 3-1 win at Providence. Hockey East
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Photo WHEA TEAM OF THE WEEK
UCONN HUSKIES
UConn swept a pair of league games to move into fifth place in the standings. It began with a 2-0 shutout of #7 in the nation BC, and ended with a 3-1 win over UNH.  
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Warrior Hockey Co-Players of the Week Elaine Chuli and Sarah Lefort
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HOCKEY EAST WEEKLY TOP PERFORMERS

Haley Skarupa, BC (So., F, Rockville, Md.) Recorded a goal and an assist in BC's 4-1 Beanpot win over BU last Monday.

Caroline Campbell, BU (Jr., D, St. Louis, Mo.) Notched an assist in both of BU's games last week, a 4-1 loss to BC and a 7-4 win over UNH.

Louise Warren, BU (Sr., F, Pembroke, Ont.) Scored a goal and added an assist in BU's 7-4 win over UNH on Saturday.

Kayla Campero, UConn (Jr., F, Wallingford, Conn.) Scored a goal in UConn's 2-0 win over #7 Boston College on Saturday, then added an assist in the Huskies' 3-1 win at New Hampshire on Sunday.

Meghann Treacy, ME (Jr., G, Lake Peekskill, N.Y.) Stopped 35-of-37 shots faced in a 2-1 loss at Vermont, and made at least ten saves in each period.

Cassandra Vilgrain, UNH (Fr., F, Calgary, Alberta) Scored a goal in both weekend games, at Boston U. and home vs. UConn. Her second-period goal at BU was the first of two UNH tallies that trimmed a 3-0 deficit to 3-2. Then against UConn, she scored the first goal of the game to give the Wildcats a 1-0 lead midway through the first period.

Kelly Wallace, NU (R-Sr., F, Libertyville, Ill.) Scored two goals against No. 4 Harvard in Tuesday's Women's Beanpot Semifinal to help NU reach the Final for the third straight year. Wallace also scored NU's first goal in Saturday's 3-1 win at Providence as the Huskies won their seventh straight game.

Hayley Scamurra, NU (Fr., F, Williamsville, N.Y.) Had two assists on Tuesday in the Women's Beanpot Semifinal vs. No. 4 Harvard, and followed the effort with the game-winning goal in the third period at Providence on Saturday as NU won its seventh straight game.

Molly Illikainen, PC (So., F, Grand Rapids, Minn.) Scored the Friars' lone goal in a 3-1 loss to Northeastern.

Dayna Colang, UVM (So., D, Fairbanks, Alaska) The defenseman scored her ninth goal of the season (fifth on the power play) against Maine.

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