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March 12, 2012
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WEEKLY RELEASE: BOSTON COLLEGE EARNS THIRD TRIP TO FROZEN FOUR WITH WIN VS. SLU
~ Boston University falls to Cornell, 8-7 in triple overtime ~
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Photo ATHLETIC REPUBLIC PLAYER OF THE WEEK
#10 BLAKE BOLDEN, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Junior Defenseman; Stow, Ohio)
Bolden scored the tying goal assisted the final point in Saturday's 6-3 win over St. Lawrence. The goal was the blue-liner's eighth of the year to go along with three shots on goal and a +3 plus/minus rating for the Eagles. Athletic Republic
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Photo PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE OF THE WEEK
#15 EMILY FIELD, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Freshman Forward; Littleton, Mass.)
Field assisted a short-handed goal that opened the scoring against St. Lawrence on Saturday. She then scored her team-leading eighth power play goal of the year to ignite a stretch of five unanswered goals by the Eagles. Field was second on the team with six shots. Pro Ambitions
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Photo WHEA DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
#1 KERRIN SPERRY, BOSTON U.
(Sophomore Goaltender; North Reading, Mass.)
Sperry made a career-high 58 saves for the Terriers in triple overtime loss at Cornell on Saturday afternoon. Hockey East
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Photo WHEA TEAM OF THE WEEK
BOSTON COLLEGE EAGLES
The Eagles advanced to their third Frozen Four in school history with a 6-3 victory against ECAC foe St. Lawrence on Saturday afternoon at Conte Forum.  
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Athletic Republic Player of the Week Blake Bolden of Boston College
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ARMY ROTC THREE STARS AWARD
At the conclusion of each Hockey East league game, the Hockey East "Army ROTC Three Stars of The Game" are selected. Congratulation's to Northeastern goaltender Florence Schelling for winning this years award. Schelling was named a No. 1 star four times on the year and was one of the three stars in 12 games for the Huskies. Here were the leaders for the 2011-2012 season.
Rk. Name Cl. Pos. School
1. Florence Schelling Sr. G NU
2. Kendall Coyne Fr. F NU
3. Brittany Ott Jr. G ME
  Genevieve Lacasse Sr. G PC
5. Jenn Wakefield Sr. F BU
  Kristina Lavoie Jr. F UNH
Army ROTC
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HOCKEY EAST WEEKLY TOP PERFORMERS

Corinne Boyles, BC (Jr., GK, Wheaton, Ill.) Stopped 28 shots and registered a .903 save percentage to lead BC to the Frozen Four for the second straight season. The quarterfinal win was the 24th of the season for the net-minder, tying the school record established in 2006 and 2011.

Isabel Menard, BU (Jr., F, Ottawa, Ont.) Had one goal and added a pair of assists against Cornell on Saturday.

Marie-Philip Poulin, BU (So., F, Beauceville, Que.) Tallied two goals and two assists on Saturday against Cornell.

Kayla Tutino, BU (Fr., F, Lorraine, Que.) Had two helpers and scored two goals, including the goal to tie the game at 7-7 in the third period at Cornell.

Jenn Wakefield, BU (Sr., F, Pickering, Ont.) Had one goal and added two assists against Cornell on Saturday.

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TEAM NOTES

Boston College: No. 4 Boston College defeated No. 7 St. Lawrence, 6-3, in the NCAA Quarterfinal on Saturday…With the win, BC advanced to its second straight and third-ever Frozen Four…BC also improved to 3-3 all-time in the NCAA Tournament …The Eagles had not defeated the Saints in the previous six meetings… Boston College will meet No. 1 Wisconsin in the national semifinal on Friday, March 16…at 24-9-3 GK Corinne Boyles tied BC's single-season wins record set by All-American Molly Schaus in 2006 and 2011…24 wins is also the program standard set in 2006 and 2011…Carpenter's 1.12 points per game (20-18-38) are fifth most in the nation by a rookie and her 38 points are fourth most ever by a freshman at the Heights… Bolden (8g, 11a) ranks second in the league for defenseman scoring with 19 points, while Pfalzer (5g, 13a) and Dru Burns (3g, 15a) rate third with 18 tallies… The Eagles own a 8-4-2 mark against ranked opponents and went 1-1 against the WCHA this season….BC finished the regular season 23-8-3 (15-4-2 HE), their most wins in league play under current Head Coach Katie King Crowley.

Boston University: The Terriers finished their season with 23 wins, the second-highest win total in program history…It was the second straight 20-win season for the Terriers…BU played its first ever triple overtime game on Saturday and the longest game ever, men's or women's, at Cornell's historic Lynah Rink…The teams broke a record that was set the previous night… It was the fourth-longest women's hockey game in Division 1 history…BU played 142:05 of hockey over its final two games of the season…Senior captain Jenn Wakefield finished her collegiate career with 206 points and 120 goals. She is the only skater in Hockey East history to have reached the 100-goal plateau and became the second league skater to score 200 career points…The loss snapped a nation-best seven game unbeaten streak…Sophomore goaltender Kerrin Sperry made a career-high 58 saves, including 29 over the three overtime periods…Sophomore Marie-Philip Poulin (11g, 14a) and junior Isabel Menard (9g, 21a) each recorded at least one point in 13 of their last 14 games…Poulin failed to record a point in just three of her 16 total games this season…Wakefield did not score at least one point in just six of her 36 total games this year.

Hockey East in the Frozen Four/NCAA Tournament: Boston College marks the sixth team to advance to the Frozen Four in the 10-year history of the conference. League teams own a 7-12 record all-time in the NCAA Tournament. The conference has placed a team in the Frozen Four in five of the last seven years.

Boston College:
Four appearances, 3-4 record, Three Frozen Fours ('07, '11, '12)

Boston University:
Three apperances, 2-3 record, One Frozen Four (2011)

New Hampshire:
Five appearances, 2-5 record, Two Frozen Fours (2006, 2008)

Providence:
Two apperances, 0-1 record (2005)

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