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Chelsey Feole

Windham, NH

High School:
Brooks School



Named a captain for the 2009 season. Member of the U21 Junior National Field Hockey Squad, and a member of the New England High Performance Team in the summer of 2009.

AS A SENIOR (2009)
Started all 20 as a senior...scored 26 goals and 12 assists for 64 points...finished the season leading the team in goals, points, shots and game-winning goals...finished her career second all-time in Boston College history with 56 career goals and 134 career points.... the 26 goals scored in her senior season is a new Boston College record for most goals scored in a single season....scored the game-winning goal to beat No. 5 Syracuse on Oct. 25...recorded the first ever five goal game in BC history on Oct. 28 against Harvard...her 11 points scored in the Harvard game was the second most points by any player in one game in all of Division I...First Team All-America...All-ACC team selection...NFHCA Northeast Regional Player of the All-ACC Academic team selection...Member of the U21 Junior National Field Hockey Squad, and a member of the New England High Performance Team in the summer of 2009.

AS A JUNIOR (2008)
Started all 19 games... co-captain as a junior...scored 16 goals and six assists for 38 points...finished the season with the second most points on the team...second on the team in assists, points, shots, and game-winning goals...recorded a hat-trick against Appalachian State on Oct. 5...scored all four goals in BC's 4-3 win over Northeastern on Oct. 17...Had four points (1g, 2a) in loss to Wake Forrest in ACC quarterfinals on Nov. 6...named All Northeast Region First Team...Second Team All-America... an All-ACC Academic team selection...Earned the Athletic Directors Award for Academic Achievement...Member of the National Championship Champion New England High Performance National Tournament Team, summer 2008

Started all 20 games...scored 11 goals and two assists for 24 points...recorded the second-most points on the team...led the team with three game-winning goals...started the season off strong, recording at least one point in the first six games...over that time, netted seven goals and two assists...registered a hat trick in the win over Sacred Heart on Sept. 9...scored two goals, including the game winner, in the win over Harvard on Oct. 17...scored one of the Eagles' two goals in the overtime loss to Virginia in the ACC quarterfinals on Nov. 1...named to the All-Northeast Region second All-ACC Academic team selection...earned the Athletics Director's Award for Academic's Leadership Award recipient.

Started 15 of the 20 games played...finished the season with three goals, two assists for eight points...took 33 shots on the season...tallied her first collegiate point on an assist in a 3-1 victory over Holy Cross on Sept. 3...scored her first collegiate goal on Sept. 6 in a 5-2 win over Northeastern...also recorded goals against Towson and Virginia...scored the Eagles' lone tally in the ACC Quarterfinal loss to Virginia.

Played for one year at Salem High School in Salem, N.H., and three years at the Brooks School in North Andover, Mass...captained the varsity team her junior and senior years...named the Eagle Tribune MVP in 2002 and 2005 and an All-Star in 2003 and 2004...set the state record at Salem for goals in a season (28)...honored as a Boston Globe All-Scholastic and Independent School League MVP in 2004...captured the New England Tournament MVP senior year...received the Graduation Danforth Athletic Prize... also a basketball and softball letterwinner...earned ISL MVP for softball in 2006...member of the gospel choir and acapella singing group.

Born on July 18, 1988...daughter of Ralph and Lisa Feole...has two brothers, Chase and Dean...Communications major in the College of Arts and Sciences.


Year GP/GS G A Pts. GW
2006 20/15 3 2 8 0
2007 20/20 11 2 24 3
2008 19/19 16 6 38 4
2009 20/20 26 12 64 3
Totals 79/74 56 22 134 10


Goals 4 (10/17/08)
Assists 2 (11/6/08)
Points 8 (10/17/08)

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