Head coach Katie Crowley discusses Sunday's win vs. UNH and looks ahead to Cornell
The Snohomish native is tied for most goals on the team
The Eagles shut out their first Hockey East opponent of the season
The Eagles are now 2-0-1 on the season after their first road trip
Carpenter and Capizzano net goals to push the Eagles past the Saints
AS A SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Turfer Athletic Hockey East scoring champion (70 points) ... seventh overall in the nation with 1.89 points per game ... top-10 Patty Kazmaier finalist ... Cammi Granato/Athletic Republic Player of the Year ... unanimous First Team Hockey East All-Star ... New England Division I Player of the Year ... Second Team All-American ... Athletic Republic Player of the Month for January and February ... Athletic Republic Player of the Week for 11/5, 1/14, 1/21, 1/28, and 2/18 ... gold medalist at the 2013 IIHF World Championships while tallying a goal and two assists over five games ... invited to the 2013 U.S. Women's National Team Selection Camp from June 16-23 ... Hockey East record 24-game point streak (23-29-52) from 10/21 through 2/2 ... set team single-season records for points (70), assists (38), and plus/minus rating (+46) ... 19 multi-point games ... recorded three hat tricks against Boston University (10/31), Connecticut (1/27), and Providence (2/19) ... five point games versus Boston University (10/31) and Connecticut (1/27) ... notched four points against Vermont (1/12) and Connecticut (2/16) ... season-high nine shots on goal against Providence (2/19) and Maine (3/1) ... boasted a 65% success rate on faceoffs (520-for-800) ... led the Hockey East with 48 points, 25 goals, and 23 assists in conference play ... tied for first in the league with seven power play goals in conference play ... earned Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement honors.
AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12): Silver medalist at the 2012 IIHF U18 World Championship...Patty Kazmaier nominee...First Team Hockey East All-Star...First Team New England All-Star...unanimous Hockey East All-Rookie Team selection...four-time Pro Ambitions Hockey East Rookie of the Month (Oct., Dec. Feb. March)...Athletic Republic Hockey East Player of the Week (12/12)...Pro Ambitions Hockey East Rookie of the Week on two occasions (10/10, 2/20)...rated fourth among the nation's rookies in scoring (1.12 ppg)...three short-handed goals were second most in the nation...ranked fifth overall and second among rookies in the Hockey East for scoring (39 pts.)...league rankings included 21 goals (3rd), 18 assists (10th), 10 power play points (8th), four power play goals (7th), four short-handed points (8th), 203 shots on goal (3rd)...first freshman to lead BC in scoring since 2006...39 points (21g, 18a) were fourth most by a freshman at BC...longest point streak spanned seven games...carries a four-game goal streak into sophomore season...posted three three-point and 11 multi-point games...secured a faceoff winning percentage of .603 (421-of-698)...+13 plus/minus rating...scored in Frozen Four against Wisconsin (3/16)...scored in NCAA Quarterfinal versus St. Lawrence (3/10)...had two points (1g, 1a) against BU in Hockey East Semifinal (3/3)...registered three points (2g, 1a) in season finale with Vermont (2/18)...had one helper and a goal against UConn (2/12).
BEFORE BC: A four-year standout at Governors Academy under Babe Ceglarski, registering 239 goals and 188 assists (427 points) in 100 games...captured New England Division II Championships four consecutive years (2008-2011)...earned All-ISL accolades in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011, including ISL MVP honors as a junior and senior...four-time Governors Academy MVP...also led the softball program to ISL Championships in 2008 and 2011...a four-time softball All-League honoree...two-time softball team MVP (2009 & 2011)...served as team captain in both sports as a senior.
PERSONAL: Born on April 13, 1994 in Cambridge, Mass....the oldest of Julie and Bob Carpenter's three children...has two younger brothers, Robert "Bobo" and Brendan...enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.