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January 2014 Monthly Honors
WARRIOR PLAYER Warrior
WHEA GOALTENDER Logo
PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE Pro Ambitions
photoSARAH LEFORT - BOSTON UNIVERSITY
Sophomore Forward; Ormstown, Quebec


Lefort scored 10 goals in eight games, including a 4-goal game against UNH. She leads the country in goals, scoring her 30th in the first game of March as BU defeated Providence, 3-2, in the Hockey East quarters.

photoCORINNE BOYLES - BOSTON COLLEGE
Senior Goaltender; Wheaton, Illinois


Led BC to a 7-1 February record that helped the Eagles to their first-ever WHEA Regular Season title. Only allowed as many as two goals twice in eight starts. Also led BC to the Beanpot Championship in February.

photoROXANNE DOUVILLE - VERMONT
Senior Goaltender; Beloeil, Que.


After dropping first game of the month, Douville and the Catamounts finished the month with six straight wins. She allowed only one goal in five of those last six starts and had two games with 40 or more saves.
photoHAYLEY SCAMURRA - NORTHEASTERN
Freshman Forward; Williamsville, N.Y.


Scamurra had a point in eight of the nine NU games in February and when she was kept off the score sheet, the Huskies suffered their only loss of the month.

January 2014 Monthly Honors
WARRIOR PLAYER Warrior
WHEA GOALTENDER Logo
PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE Pro Ambitions
photoBRITTANY ESPOSITO - NORTHEASTERN
Senior Forward; Edmonton, Alberta


Injuries forced Esposito to miss the first 11 games of the year. Once she found her pace, she has been a force for the Huskies. NU's current 5-game win streak dates back to January 15 when Esposito started a streak of her own, going 6-4-10 in four wins.

photoELAINE CHULI - UCONN
Sophomore Goaltender; Waterford, Ontario


Chuli had a phenomenal month, playing in all 10 UConn games and making 30+ saves in each. Four times she kept the Huskies in games by allowing one or two goals, only to come up short (0-1, 1-2, 0-1 and 1-2.)

photoCORINNE BOYLES - BOSTON COLLEGE
Senior Goaltender; Wheaton, Illinois


A major reason that the Eagles enjoyed an undefeated January (6-0-1), Boyles is an unsung hero on this nationally ranked (#7) squad. Four times, Boyles had 30+ save games in the month.
photoANDIE ANASTOS - BOSTON COLLEGE
Freshman Forward; Farmington Hills, Mich.


Anastos grabs her third Rookie of the Month nod as she recorded at least one point in all six Eagles' wins in the month, assisting on the game-winning goal in three of those victories.

December 2013 Monthly Honors
WARRIOR PLAYER Warrior
WHEA GOALTENDER Logo
PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE Pro Ambitions
photoSARAH LEFORT - BOSTON UNIVERSITY
Sophomore Forward; Ormstown, Que.


Lefort had 11 points (7g,4a) in three games, all of which were Terrier victories. She had a hat trick and an assist at Northeastern, followed by a two-goal, one-assist effort in the first of two games against Minnesota Duluth. In the second game against UMD, she matched her career high of four points (2g, 2a). Lefort was a plus-10 in three games, including back-toback plus-4 contests. She also scored on 35 percent of her shots (7-of-20) and factored on all three game-winning goals.

photoROXANNE DOUVILLE - VERMONT
Senior Goaltender; Beloeil, Que.


Douville went 1-0-1 in the month in two games for the Catamounts with a 0.93 GAA and a .958 save percentage. She amassed 28 saves in a 2-2 tie at Colgate on December 1 and followed that up with an 18-save shutout on December 11 at Dartmouth in a 1-0 victory.
photoSAMANTHA SUTHERLAND - BOSTON UNIVERSITY
Freshman Forward; Cochrane, Alta.


Sutherland finished the month with four points (1g,3a) to lead all Terrier freshmen. Her lone multi-point game came in a 6-5 win against Minnesota Duluth (1g,1a). She had an assist in each game and was a plus-7 during the month, including a plus-4 effort in that 6-5 win against UMD.

November 2013 Monthly Honors
WARRIOR PLAYER Warrior
WHEA GOALTENDER Logo
PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE Pro Ambitions
photoEMILY FIELD - BOSTON COLLEGE
Junior Forward; Littleton, Mass.


Field recorded 13 points (7g,6a) and a +7 rating in 10 games in November for the Eagles. Field notched four multiple-point games and three two-goal games in November. She scored two power-play goals and two short-handed goals on the month. Field also recorded 38 shots on goal in the month (3.8 spg). She was named Warrior Hockey Player of the Week on Nov. 11 for her six-point week for the Eagles in two games.

photoKERRIN SPERRY - BOSTON UNIVERSITY
Senior Goaltender; North Reading, Mass.


Sperry sported a 1.50 GAA and a .944 save percentage with a 6- 2-0 record in eight starts for the Terriers, including a 5-0-0 mark in Hockey East play. She allowed two goals or less in six of the eight starts and made 185 total saves. Her one shutout came with a 28- save effort in a 2-0 win against St. Cloud State on Nov. 15 in Vail, Colo. Sperry was named Defensive Player of the Week twice in the month (Nov. 4 and 25).
photoANDIE ANASTOS - BOSTON COLLEGE
Freshman Forward; Farmington Hills, Mich.


Anastos notched 10 points (4g,6a) and a +5 rating in 10 games in November. Anastos had three multiple-point games, one powerplay goal, one short-handed goal and one game-winning goal on the month. She also 25 shots on goal and blocked 11 shots in November.

October 2013 Monthly Honors
WARRIOR PLAYER Warrior
WHEA GOALTENDER Logo
PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE Pro Ambitions
photoAMANDA PELKEY - VERMONT
Junior Forward; Montpelier, Vt.


Pelkey set a Vermont record with 11 points (6g,5a) in the month of October in seven contests for the Catamounts. She notched a point in six of seven games with three multiple-point efforts to her credit, including a program record four-point game on Oct. 12 at RIT.


photoHALEY SKARUPA - BOSTON COLLEGE
Sophomore Forward; Rockville, Md.


Skarupa recorded 12 points (7g,5a) seven games in the month, including two short-handed goals. Skarupa in five of seven games with four multi-point performances. She leads the league in ppg (1.71), goals (7), plus/minus (+11), SOG (52) and is second in assists (5).

photoKERRIN SPERRY - BOSTON UNIVERSITY
Senior Goaltender; North Reading, Mass.


Sperry posted a 1.70 GAA in the month of October to go along with a .946 save percentage and a 4-0-1 record for the Terries. Both marks easily lead the league and she ranks sixth in save percentage and ninth in GAA among NCAA netminders. She posted 30+ saves on four occasions in the month and allowed two goals or fewer in all five starts in October.
photoANDIE ANASTOS - BOSTON COLLEGE
Freshman Forward; Farmington Hills, Mich.


Anastos recorded six points (4g,2a) in seven October games. She is tied for the conference lead in freshman scoring (0.86 ppg). She notched a goal in four of the seven contests in the month and had two multi-point games to her credit.

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