~ Providence gets road sweep at Rensselaer ~
||ATHLETIC REPUBLIC PLAYER OF THE WEEK
|#5 ALEX CARPENTER, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Sophomore Forward; Reading, Mass.)
|Carpenter recorded eight points (3g,5a) with 14 shots on goal and a +9 plus/minus rating
in three BC victories. She notched four points (2g,2a) in the 7-2
win vs. Vermont on Saturday.
||PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE OF THE WEEK
|#22 HALEY SKARUPA, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Freshman Forward; Rockville, Md.)
|Skarupa finished the week with nine points (6g,3a), 24 shots on goal and a
+10 plus/minus rating, which included a hat trick and two assists on Saturday
in the 7-2 win against Vermont.
||WHEA CO-DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
|#29 CORINNE BOYLES, BOSTON COLLEGE
(Senior Goaltender; Wheaton, Ill.)
|Boyles earned three victories on the week for the Eagles with a 2.28 GAA and .909 save
percentage, stopping 70 of 77 shots. She made 30 saves in the 4-3 overtime win vs. No.
4 Cornell on Sunday at Conte Forum.
||WHEA CO-DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
|#27 SARAH BRYANT, PROVIDENCE COLLEGE
(Freshman Goaltender; Bethleham, Pa.)
|Bryant helped the Friars to a 3-2 win over RPI on Saturday with a 26-save effort against
||WHEA TEAM OF THE WEEK
|BOSTON COLLEGE EAGLES
|The Eagles amassed 17 goals on the weekend in three wins against No. 10 Northeastern,
Vermont and No. 4 Cornell. They outshot Vermont 62-18 in the victory on Saturday.
Athletic Republic Player of the Week Alex Carpenter of Boston College
|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:
Corinne Buie, PC (Jr., F, Edina, Minn.) Tallied the game-winning goal on Friday, Jan.11 in the Friars 2-1 win over RPI.
Kendall Coyne, NU (So., F, Palos Heights, Ill.) had a goal and an assist against No. 4 Cornell
Brittany Esposito, NU (Jr., F, Edmonton, Alta.) posted two assists against No. 3 Boston College.
Brittany Dougherty, Maine (Sr., F, Chesterfield, Mich.) Registered four points (1g,3a) in two games No. 5 Boston University.
Haley Frade, PC (So., F, Marion, Mass.) Tallied a three-point weekend (2g,1a), notching the first goal in both games in the road sweep of RPI.
Alissa Fromkin, BU (Sr., G, Manhasset, N.Y.) Earned the win in both of her starts this week, making 34 total saves for the Terriers.
Sarah Lefort, BU (Fr., F, Ormstown, Que.) Notched one goal and added two assists over three games this past week with a team-high 15 shots on goal.
Rachel Llanes, NU (Sr., F, San Jose, Calif.) Had a goal and an assist against No. 4 Cornell.
Isabel Menard, BU (Sr., F, Ottawa, Ont.) Scored two goals and added three assists for five points in three games last week.
Jennifer More, Maine (So., F, Deloraine, Man.) Registered three points in the weekend via two goals and one assist.
Kayla Tutino, BU (So., F, Lorraine, Que.) Tallied two goals and led BU with four assists in three games last week.
Jessica Vella, PC (Sr., F, Pickering, Ont.) Notched the game winning goal in the Friars, 3-2, win over RPI on Saturday, Jan. 12.
Louise Warren, BU (Jr., F, Pembroke, Ont.) Led the Terriers with three goals and six points over three games last week.
Corinne Boyles, BC (Wheaton , Ill.)
is on a 14-game winning streak (1.67 GAA, .928 SAVE%)
Alex Carpenter, BC (Reading, Mass.)
19-game point streak is tied for the most consecutive games
with a point in team history (Kelli Stack).
Brittany Dougherty, Maine (Chesterfield, Mich.)
has registered 13 points over the last eight games
Isabel Menard, BU (OTTAWA, ONT.)
notched her 150th career point on Tuesday at Connecticut
Haley Skarupa, BC (Rockville, Md.)
has 21 POINTS (12G,9A) in her last eight games (2.63 PPG)
Boston College: BC is unbeaten in their last 17-games (15-0-2) and currently
hold a 12-game winning streak...Alex Carpenter extended her point streak to
19-games (16-21-37)...Haley Skarupa and Alex Carpenter are #1 and #2 in the
Hockey East scoring race...Blake Bolden leads all Hockey East defensemen in
scoring (4-16-20)...The Eagles are 6-1-1 against ranked teams this season...
BC is averaging 4.81 goals per game, good for second in the NCAA behind
Boston University: BU is now 14-3-1 overall with a 9-2-1 mark in Hockey East
play…The Terriers swept their regular-season series with Maine, outscoring the
Black Bears, 13-6 in the three games…BU has won its last eight games against
Connecticut dating back to the 2010 Hockey East title game…The line of junior
Louise Warren, senior Isabel Menard and sophomore Kayla Tutino combined for
seven goals and 10 assists in three games last week and were a combined
+11…Warren scored the Terriers' first penalty-shot goal in program history
at Maine on Sunday…Junior Kerrin Sperry had her shutout streak snapped at
93:19...BU earned its first win of the season when it trailed after the first period
when the Terriers came back at Connecticut.
University of Connecticut: In a 4-2 loss to No. 6 Boston University, UConn went
2-for-4 on power play opportunities...Freshman Brittany Berisoff scored her third
goal in as many games and added an assist on the Huskies' second goal of the
game...Sophomore Kayla Campero netted her fifth of the season after assisting
on Berisoff's first-period score...Over the weekend, Connecticut fell in a road
exhibition contest at McGill (Que.), 4-1. Berisoff, assisted by senior Maude Blain,
notched the lone goal of the match-up for the Huskies on a power play.
University of Maine: The Black Bears fell to the Boston University Terriers on
Saturday by a score of 5-2 and on Sunday by a score of 4-2. Brittany Dougherty
increased her team points lead to 25 on 11 goals and 14 assists thus far. Maine
falls to 3-17-1 on the season with the two losses. The Black Bears have lost nine
of their last ten as they look down the backstretch of the 2012-13 season.
University of New Hampshire: The Wildcats return to action Tuesday, Jan.
15 as they take on Union College in their last non-conference contest of the
season. The squad returns to conference action Saturday, Jan. 19 when they
travel to Connecticut for the first of a two-game weekend with the Huskies. Alexis
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: Northeastern is in the middle of four straight games
against top-five opponents (No. 2 Clarkson, No. 3 Boston College, No. 4 Cornell,
No. 5 Boston University)…Rachel Llanes recorded her seventh multi-point game
of the season against No. 4 Cornell, and first since Nov. 16…Kendall Coyne has
26 points in her last 15 games (12g,14a), including nine multi-point games…Brittany
Esposito recorded her first multi-point game of the season on Wednesday
against No. 3 Boston College…Despite having the sixth best power play in the
nation, the Huskies are looking to snap an 0-of-19 skid on the man advantage;
they haven't scored on the PP since Dec. 1 at New Hampshire.
Providence College: The Friars have 18 different players notching points on
the season. 10 of those 18 have tallied double digit points. The Friars have
four players in the top twenty for Hockey East scoring. Senior Nicole Anderson
(Jordan, Minn.) leads the team in scoring with 23 points. She has collected six
power-play goals this season, ranking her tied for seventh in the nation and tied
for first in Hockey East. Juniors Rebecca Morse and Maggie Pendleton, along
with freshman Lexi Slattery rank in the top ten for defenseman scoring in Hockey
East. Providence's young squad is being led by not just their four person senior
class but their six person sophomore class as well. The two classes have each
notched 49 points apiece this season for a combined total of 98 of the 174
team points this season.
University of Vermont: Since returning from her injury in November Amanda
Pelkey has averaged a point a game...Roxanne Douville made 55 saves Saturday
afternoon against Boston College, she has made 30 or more saves 10 times
this season...Sophomore forward Klara Myren leads the team in scoring with five
goals and 13 assists for 18 points...Vermont's sophomore class has scored 31 of
the team's 47 goals this season...Vermont's program record five-game unbeaten
streak in Hockey East play was snapped Saturday in the loss at BC.