A 5-foot-11-inch freshman forward at Merrimack, she netted 19 points in her collegiate debut against Georgian Court and then delivered 21 points and 17 rebounds in a near upset Caldwell, ranked 25th in Division 2. She was the Northeast-10 Rookie of the Week.
The sophomore forward was selected to the all-NESCAC first team after leading the Hamilton men’s soccer team (8-7-2) to the conference semifinals. The Waring School grad led the conference with 19 points and eight goals, three of which were game-winners.
In his first start in goal for the Boston University men’s hockey team, the Brooks School grad shut out eighth-ranked New Hampshire with 29 saves in a 4-0 win. The Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week, he is the first BU goalie with a shutout in his initial start since 2000.
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