Patrick Brown and Isaac MacLeod earned Distinguished Scholar status on the 2013-14 Hockey East All-Academic Team
Johnny Gaudreau wins his second-straight Leonard Fowle Award as New England's MVP; York Tabbed Clark Hodder Award winner
Boston College Returns to the Frozen Four to Take on Union in the National Semifinal; Ian McCoshen Lights the Lamp to Send the Eagles to Philadelphia
Gaudreau, Hayes and Arnold lift Boston College into NCAA quarterfinals with combined 13-point performance against Denver
York Wins Third Coach of the Year Honor; Gaudreau Claims Back-to-Back Player of the Year Honors - Gaudreau, Hayes and Matheson Named to First-Team; Arnold and Demko Earn Honorable Mention
Boston College vs. Union- Frozen Four
Boston College vs. Minnesota Duluth - AP Photo Gallery
ARNOLD'S CAREER HIGHS
WILLIAM NORRIS ARNOLD; born May 13, 1992 ... shoots right ... was a member of the U.S. National Junior Team at the 2012 IIHF World Junior Championships in Alberta; recorded six points - three goals and three assists - in six games and was named one of Team USA's Best Three Players of the tournament (along with Austin Czarnik and Jarred Tinordi) ... participated in the U.S. National Junior Team Evaluation Camp; traveled to Lake Placid, N.Y. in August of 2011 ... played two years - 2007-08 and 2008-09 - at the Noble and Greenough School before moving to Pioneer High School in Ann Arbor, Mich. to play in the U.S. National Team Development Program.
AS A SENIOR (2013-14):Played in all 40 games ... served as an assistant captain ... registered 53 points - 14 goals and 39 assists; logged 22 points - nine goals and 13 assists - in 20 Hockey East games ... finished with a team-best +43 rating; was +17 in Hockey East play ... pieced together a career-best nine-game point streak from Dec. 6 to Jan. 18 ... averaged 5.15 points per game with Johnny Gaudreau and Kevin Hayes as a line, combining with 134 points in 26 games ... became second player in BC history to win the John "Snooks" Kelley Memorial Award twice ... shared the award with Patrick Brown ... leaves as a top 30 scorer in Boston College history (144 points) ... finished sixth in nation in points per game (1.32 ppg) ... won the Frank Jones Award which goes to New England's top defensive forward ... tabbed Hockey East Co-Best Defensive Forward and Hockey East honorable mention ... became the 75th Eagle in program history to post 100 points for their career by way of a goal and assist in a 5-1 triumph at Boston University (11/8) ... matched a career high four points with one goal and three assists against Army (11/10) ... scored a goal and had two assists with a +5 rating in opening-round game of the NCAA Tournament against Denver in Worcester, Mass. (3/29)...scored a momentum-changing goal against UMass Lowell in the NCAA quarterfinals (3/30).
AS A JUNIOR (2012-13): Played in all 38 games ... shared the John "Snooks" Kelley Award with Parker Milner and Pat Mullane as the individuals who best typify Boston College Hockey ... registered 35 points - 17 goals and 18 assists; recorded 27 points - 13 goals and 14 assists - in conference contests ... finished the season with a plus-minus rating of +5; was a +4 in league play ... scored five power-play goals and one shorthanded goal ... enjoyed eight multiple-point performances, including three multiple-goal efforts ... tallied four points - one goal and three assists - in BC's 6-3 home win over UMass-Lowell (10/28) ... registered four points - two goals and two assists - and a +5 rating in BC's 7-2 win at Vermont (3/9) in the regular-season finale ... scored twice in a 5-2 home win over Boston University (12/1), a victory that marked career win No. 924 for head coach Jerry York who tied Ron Mason as college hockey's all-time wins leader ... tallied two points - one goal and one assist - in each of three victories - against New Hampshire (1/11), at Northeastern (1/19) and against Northeastern (2/11) in the Beanpot championship game in TD Garden ... finished the season having won 52.3 percent of his faceoff attempts (419-of-798).
AS A SOPHOMORE (2011-12): Played in 42 games; missed two games while competing for the U.S. at the World Junior Championship ... registered 36 points - 17 goals and 19 assists; recorded 24 points - 14 goals and 10 assists - in 27 Hockey East contests ... finished the season with a plus-minus rating of +16; was a +6 in league play ... earned Hockey East Player of the Month honors for October; tallied a team-high 12 points - six goals and six assists - in eight October games ... tallied four game-winning goals, three power-play goals and one shorthanded goal ... enjoyed 10 multiple-point performances, including two three-point efforts ... enjoyed two multiple-goal nights ... scored twice, including the decisive tally in the second period, in the team's 4-2 home win over Massachusetts (10/21); earned Hockey East Co-Player of the Week honors on Oct. 24 after scoring the game-winning goal in overtime in a 4-3 win at Northeastern the next night ... tallied three points - two goals and one assist - in a 7-0 home win over Providence (2/25) ... notched three points - one goal and two assists - in a 6-2 win over North Dakota (10/8) in the Ice Breaker Tournament's title game in Grand Forks, N.D. ... notched multiple-point performances in six of the team's first nine games of the season ... scored with 6.4 seconds left in the first overtime to lead the team to a 3-2 victory over Boston University (2/14) in the Beanpot championship game in TD Garden.
AS A FRESHMAN (2010-11):Played in all 39 games ... earned Hockey East All-Rookie Team honors ... earned the program's Bernie Burke Outstanding Freshman award ... registered 20 points - 10 goals and 10 assists; recorded 15 points - eight goals and seven assists - in conference contests ... finished the season with a plus-10 rating; was a plus-seven in league action ... scored one power-play goal, two shorthanded goals and one game-winning goal ... enjoyed three multiple-point performances ... tallied two points - the game's decisive goal and one assist - in a 4-1 home win over Maine (11/21) ... recorded two points - one goal and one assist - in a 9-5 win at Boston University (12/3) ... notched two points - one goal and one assist - in a 5-1 win at UMass-Lowell (1/29) ... broke a 4-4 tie with an unassisted shorthanded goal in the third period of the team's 6-5 win over Colgate (12/30) in the opening game of the four-team Ledyard National Bank Classic at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H. ... scored in a shorthanded situation in the team's 4-0 home win over New Hampshire (3/4).
BEFORE BC:Registered 51 points - 20 goals and 31 assists - in 64 games for the U-18 team in 2009-10 ... captured a gold medal with the U-18 at the World U-18 Championships in Minsk, Belarus; tallied three points - one goal and two assists - in four games and a plus-five rating ... earned a silver medal for the U-18 team at the Six Nations Cup in Belarus; tallied five points - three goals and two assists - in five games ... played for head coach Kurt Kleinendorst ... captained the 2008 U-17 select team that played in the Five Nations Tournament in Slovakia; earned the tournament's Most Outstanding Forward award ... finished the 2008-09 season tied with Kevin Hayes for the Noble and Greenough lead with 55 points - 28 goals and 27 assists - in 39 games ... gained MVP and All-Tournament Team honors at the Flood-Marr Tournament in December 2008 ... played for head coach Brian Day.
PERSONAL: Enrolled as a communications major in the Carroll School of Management ... twice earned Hockey East All-Academic Team honors (in 2010-11 and 2012-13) ... is the 2013-14 recipient of the Paul Fulchino Scholarship ... was selected by the Calgary Flames in the fourth round (108th overall) of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft ... Bill and his older sister Victoria are the children of Kirk and David Arnold.