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 Cal Bouchard 5
Cal Bouchard
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Aurora, Ontario

High School:
Aurora High School

Height:
5-7

Position:
G

11/08/2013

Women's Basketbal To Host No. 3 Stanford In Home Opener

Eagles-Cardinal at Conte Forum at 1 p.m.

1999-2000 (Senior)
Team captain...Became the first BC women's basketball player ever drafted when the Detroit Shock selected her in the fourth round (60th pick) of the 2000 WNBA Draft on April 25...Selected to the Kodak All-District I team...Named BIG EAST Women's Basketball Scholar Athlete...Awarded an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship...Earned All-BIG EAST First Team honors...Honored as the Eagle of the Year, Boston College's top athletic award that is given to the top male and female senior student-athlete...Participated in the WBCA All-Star Challenge at the NCAA Women's Final Four in Philadelphia...Competed in the Annual College Three-Point Basketball Championship at the NCAA Men's Final Four in Indianapolis ... Started all 35 games in the backcourt and averaged 31.9 minutes...Led the Eagles in scoring, and was fourth in the BIG EAST, with an average of 15.6 points...Second in the league in scoring in BIG EAST Conference games (17.9)...Led the team in three-point field goal percentage (47.1), connecting on 96-of-204 attempts...Ninth in the nation in three-point field goal percentage and 12th in three-point field goals made per game (2.8)...Second on the team in free throw percentage (82.8), connecting on 82-of-99 attempts... Became the 11th Boston College player to score 1,000 career points on November 19 when she scored 11 points against Davidson...Named BIG EAST Co-Player of the Week on Dec. 20 after scoring 25 points (7-10 FG, 6-6 FT), and connecting on all five three-point field goal attempts in the victory over Northwestern (Dec. 19)...Scored a season-high 28 points (10-16 FG, 4-7 3-pt., 4-7 FT), grabbed a season-high six rebounds, and added five assists in 40 minutes against Syracuse (Jan. 9)...Registered 80 assists and 44 steals...Scored 26 points and tied her career-high of six three-pointers against West Virginia (Feb. 26)...Netted 25 points to lead the Eagles at Connecticut (Jan. 26) and against Northwestern (Dec. 19)...Scored in double figures in 29 of the 35 games, with 10 games of 20-plus points... Led the team with 21 points in the loss at Rutgers (Feb. 23)... Netted 20 points in the victories over Maine (Nov. 15), Duke (Nov. 17), Providence (Jan. 15), and Pittsburgh (Feb. 20)...Tied her career-high of six three-pointers against Georgetown (Feb. 16), and finished with 25 points...Finished her career fourth on the all-time Boston College scoring list with 1,496 points...Listed among the all-time Boston College leaders in a number of statistical categories: fourth in free throws made (306), fifth in free throws attempted (397), seventh in field goals made (489), fifth in field goals attempted (1116), fourth in assists (284), and sixth in steals (132)...Finished her career as Boston College's all-time leader in three-point field goals made (212) and attempted (504).. A BIG EAST Academic All-Star...Earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.

1998-99 (Junior)
A pre-season All-BIG EAST selection, her season ended on January 10 against Georgetown, when she injured her left knee midway through the second half...Had anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction surgery on Friday, February 12 on her left knee... Returned to action in the summer of 1999 as a member of the Canadian team at the Pan Am games...Elected captain of the Canadian team that won the silver medal, despite limited playing time...Prior to her injury, she was third on the team in scoring with an average of 12.7 points in 13 games...Started all 13 games she played in and averaged 34.4 minutes...Scored in double figures in nine games...Led the team in scoring in two games...Averaged 3.3 assists per game...Registered a 31.3 percent (20-64) 3-pt. field goal percentage...Averaged 4.2 rebounds per game...Also registered 17 steals and two blocks...Played in six BIG EAST games and averaged 10.8 points and 4.5 rebounds... Netted a season-high 18 points in the victory over Toledo on Nov. 27...Did not play at Holy Cross (Nov. 19) due to a concussion suffered in practice prior to the game...Currently has a career total of 950 points and 202 rebounds...Also currently second on the Boston College career list for three-point field goals made (116) and third on the career list for three-point field goals attempted (300)...She is also eighth in career free throws (224) and seventh in free throws attempted (298)...A BIG EAST Academic All-Star...Earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.

1997-98 (Sophomore)
An All-BIG EAST First-Team selection...Earned BIG EAST Player of the Week honors twice (Nov. 24 and Jan. 19)...Named to the All-Tournament teams at the Comfort Inn Downtown Classic and the Corestates Hawk Classic...A BIG EAST Academic All-Star...Earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement...Named to the ECAC/AmeriSuites All-Conference Third Team...Led the team in scoring and was fifth in the BIG EAST with an average of 16.0 points per game...Started all 28 games and averaged 36.3 minutes...Eighth in the BIG EAST in field goal percentage (45.9), connecting on 147-of-320 attempts...Also eighth in the league in free throw percentage (76.2), connecting on 99-of-130 attempts...Led the BIG EAST in three-point field goal percentage and finished 11th in the nation (45.1), connecting on 55-of-122...Also registered 101 assists, 39 steals, and averaged 2.8 rebounds...Averaged 3.6 assists per game...Finished the season ranked fifth on the Boston College career list for three-point field goals made (96) and fourth on the career list for three-point field goals attempted (236)...Averaged 16.9 points in 18 BIG EAST games...A Pre-Season All-BIG EAST Second Team selection...Scored in double figures in 24 games...Led the team in scoring in 14 games...Scored a career-high 32 points in the victory over Texas at the Reebok Classic on November 23...Netted 28 points (9-10 FG, 6-7 3-pt., 4-5 FT) and grabbed a season-high six rebounds in the win over Rutgers on January 14...Also registered a career-high six three-point field goals against Rutgers on January 14...Scored 27 points and handed out seven assists in the loss at Georgia Tech on November 29...Netted 23 points in each of the games against Providence (Jan. 8), Miami (Jan. 10), and Georgetown (Feb. 7)...Hit a driving layup with five seconds remaining in regulation to give the Eagles a 78-76 win over Notre Dame on January 17...Competed internationally as a member of the Canadian National Team during the summer of 1998.

1996-97 (Freshman)
A unanimous selection to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team... Named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week three times (Dec. 30, Jan. 13, Jan. 20)... Started in the backcourt in 26 games and finished second on the team in scoring with 12.0 points per game...Led the Eagles in both scoring and assists in eight games...Scored in double figures in 19 games...Shot 38.7 percent from the field (101-261)...Second on the team in free throw percentage, connecting on 78.3 percent (94-120)...Shot 36 percent from three-point range (41-114)...Recorded 60 assists, 32 steals, and two blocks...Averaged 29.3 minutes per game...In BIG EAST play, she averaged 12.2 points...Led the Eagles with a career-high 24 points (6-11 FG, 4-6 3-pt. FG, 8-10 FT) in the BIG EAST Tournament win over St. John's (Mar. 1)...Pumped in 22 points (4-10 FG, 2-5 3-pt. FG, 12-14 FT) and added three steals in the win at Georgetown (Jan. 12)...The leading scorer in the win over Providence (Feb. 5), pumping in 21 points, including 19 in the second half, and dished out five assists... Registered a career-high five steals in the loss at Notre Dame (Feb. 12)...Named Sheraton Player of the Game against Alaska-Anchorage (Dec. 21) in the Northern Lights Invitational. In that win, she scored 19 points, including three-of-five three-point field goals, and recorded three assists, two rebounds, and one steal... Competed internationally as a member of the Canadian National Team during the summer of 1997.

High School
Earned Toronto Star First Team all-star honors and was a member of the Toronto Basketball Association All-Star Team in 1995-96...Averaged 25.0 points, 6.4 rebounds, 6.5 assists and 7.1 steals per game in 1995-96...Three-year member of Team Ontario that won the 1994, 1995, and 1996 Canadian Junior National Basketball Championship, serving as team captain in 1996... Earned MVP honors at the Junior National Tournament in 1995... Member of the Weston Spartans Basketball Club (Ontario bronze medal) and the Markham Gems Basketball Club (Ontario silver medal); earned MVP honors at the Provincial Tournament in 1995-96...Led the Ontario Junior Development program to back-to-back undefeated records and the gold medal.

Personal
Carolin Ruth Bouchard, born on November 27, 1977...Enrolled in the Carroll School of Management as an Accounting major.

Bouchard's Career Highs
Points 32 vs. Texas (11/23/97)
3-pt. FG's 6 vs. Rutgers (1/14/98)
6 vs. Georgetown (2/17/00)
6 vs. West Virginia (2/26/00)
Rebounds 7 vs. Massachusetts (11/16/98)
7 vs. Miami (12/5/98)
Assists 8 vs. Marist (11/20/97)
Steals 5 vs. Notre Dame (2/12/97)
Blocks 1 vs. five opponents

Bouchard's Season Highs
Points 28 vs. Syracuse (1/9/00)
3-pt. FG's 6 vs. Georgetown (2/17/00)
6 vs. West Virginia (2/26/00)
Rebounds 6 vs. Syracuse (1/9/00)
6 vs. Pittsburgh (2/20/00)
Assists 6 vs. Providence (1/22/00)
Steals 3 vs. Maine (12/28/99)
3 vs. Providence (1/15/00)
Blocks 1 vs. Massachusetts (11/27/99)
1 vs. Arkansas (11/30/99)
Minutes 40 vs. Syracuse (1/9/00)
40 vs. Connecticut (1/26/00)
40 vs. Notre Dame (2/5/00)
40 vs. Villanova (2/12/00)

Bouchard's Career Statistics

Year GP-GS Min FGM-FGA Pct. 3FGM-3FGA Pct. FTM-FTA Pct. Off-Def REB-Avg. AST S T BK Pts.-Avg.
1996-97 28-26 821 101-261 .387 41-114 .360 94-120 .783 29-41 70-2.5 60 32 2 33 7-12.0
BIG EAST 18-16 541 66-176 .375 25-74 .338 63-78 .808 13-30 43-2.4 35 22 1 22 0-12.2
1997-98 28-28 1017 147-320 .459 55-122 .451 99-130 .762 19-58 77-2.8 101 39 0 44 8-16.0
BIG EAST 18-18 682 98-210 .467 41-80 .513 67-86 .779 15-38 53-2.9 61 25 0 30 4-16.9
1998-99 13-13 447 57-145 .393 20-64 .313 31-48 .646 9-46 55-4.2 43 17 2 16 5-12.7
BIG EAST 6-6 203 23-60 .383 9-27 .333 10-17 .588 3-24 27-4.5 20 8 1 6 5-10.8
1999-00 35-35 1115 184-390 .472 96-204 .471 82-99 .828 22-51 73-2.1 80 44 2 54 6-15.6
BIG EAST 16-16 561 98-196 .500 48-96 .500 43-50 .860 13-30 43-2.7 49 23 0 28 7-17.9
Totals 104-102 3400 489-1116 .438 212-504 .421 306-397 .771 79-196 275-2.6 284 132 6 14 96-14.4
BIG EAST 58-56 1987 285-642 .444 123-277 .444 183-231 .792 44-122 166-2.9 165 78 2 87 6-15.1

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