Blake Bolden, Dru Burns and Maggie Taverna to join the CWHL team
Five Eagles also tabbed as New England All-Stars
The Eagles earn All-American honors for the first time since 2010-11.
BC advances with a 3-1 victory over Harvard on Saturday.
The Huskies advance to face BU in the championship game tomorrow.
Photos courtesy of Jim Rosvold (USCHO.com) and the Associated Press
AS A SENIOR (2012-13): Appeared in all 37 games as captain ... totaled 29 points (6G, 23A) ... +38 rating ... seven multi-point games ... ranked second all-time for BC defensemen for points, goals, and assists ... career-high four assists at Boston University (10/31) ... career-high two goals and 13 shots versus Boston University (11/3) ... tallied three assists against Yale in the Nutmeg Classic Championship game (11/24) ... game-winning overtime goal at St. Lawrence (1/4) ... Hockey East Defenseman of the Year ... First Team Hockey East All-Star ... New England All-Star ... Second Team All-American ... Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week (11/5 and 1/7) ... earned Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement honors.
AS A JUNIOR (2011-12): Attended national camp prior to the 2012 IIHF World Championship...Patty Kazmaier nominee...First Team Hockey East All-Star...First Team New England All-Star...Athletic Republic Player of the Week (3/12)...had 21 points (8g, 13a), third most ever by a BC defenseman and second most in the league that year...seven power play goals were fifth most in a single-season at BC...eight goals tied herself for second on BC's defensemen single-season scoring list...BC defense ranked 10th in the nation and second in the Hockey East for scoring (2.14 gpg)...rated sixth in the league with 11 power play points and seventh with four PPG...ninth in the conference with 126 shots...had a +9 plus/minus rating...led the Eagles with 66 blocked shots...had two assists at NCAA Frozen Four versus Wisconsin (3/16)...scored and assisted once in NCAA Quarterfinal against St. Lawrence (3/10)...had two assists in home stand versus Connecticut (2/12) and Vermont (2/17)...scored in 4-2 win over Harvard at the Beanpot (2/7)...assisted only goal in 1-1 SOL versus Northeastern at Beanpot (1/31)...netted a goal against Providence (1/20)...had a helper versus New Hampshire (1/10)...scored versus Clarkson (1/6)...assisted once and scored in a pair of one-goal victories at Maine (12/3-4)...netted a goal versus Princeton (11/25)...notched one assist against Dartmouth (10/23)... recorded two assists against Quinnipiac (10/21)...tallied one goal and two assists against New Hampshire (10/15)...scored a goal against Minnesota-Duluth (10/7).
AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-2011): Played in 36 games... finished with 19 points (8G, 11A)...recorded 131 shots...had a team leading seven power play goals... had five two-point games, with one goal and two assists against Brown (10/24), had one goal and one assist in wins over Yale (1/3) and Northeastern (1/16) and recorded two assists against Vermont (10/16).
AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10): Played in 29 games...led all Hockey East freshmen defensemen in scoring with four goals and nine assists for 13 points...took 86 shots...recorded three, two-point performances with a goal and an assist in a 3-3 tie against Vermont on Nov. 20, as well as two assists in a 3-2, overtime win against Northeastern on Dec. 4 and a 2-2 tie with Providence on Dec. 11...registered first collegiate point with a goal in the team's 1-1 tie with Clarkson on Oct. 3...earned her first assist in a 1-1 tie with Quinnipiac on Oct. 16...tallied two power-play goals and one unassisted score for the year...earned Hockey East Rookie of the Week honors on Nov. 23, after recording a goal and an assist, as well as the shootout winner following a 3-3 tie with Vermont on Nov. 20.