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 Corinne Boyles 29
Corinne Boyles
Class:
Graduate Student

Hometown:
Wheaton, Ill.

Height:
5-5

Position:
Goaltender

Previous Team:
Chicago Mission

10/02/2014

No. 3 WIH Hosts Syracuse to Open Season Oct. 4

The Eagles are ranked No. 3 in USCHO.com and USA Today preseason polls

09/08/2014

National Team Evaluation Camp Roster Features 11 Eagles

Boston College heavily represented in National Evaluation Camp

08/07/2014

ACC Announces 2013-14 Academic Honor Roll

Eagles second in the ACC with 402 student-athletes honored for classroom achievements.

08/05/2014

BC Representing Strong at Women's National Festival

Ten Eagles will take part in a 69-skater field at the 2014 USA Hockey Women's National Festival in Lake Placid, N.Y., from Aug. 12-16

06/30/2014

Twelve Women's Hockey Players Named To Hockey East All-Academic Team

Lauren Wedell earned Hockey East Academic All-Star Team honors.

03/25/2013

Frozen Four

Photos courtesy of Jim Rosvold (USCHO.com) and the Associated Press

AS A GRADUATE STUDENT (2013-14):Served as co-captain... started in 33 games... compiled a record of 23-7-2 (.750 win percentage)... recorded a1.67 goals against average and a .942 save percentage (tied for best in BC history)... recorded three shutouts... amassed 875 saves... had a season-high 39 saves at Cornell (11/29) and against Northeastern (1/11)... let up two goals or less in 10 straight games (1/26-3/8)... 12-game unbeaten streak from 11/29 through 2/4... earned the victory in both rounds of the Beanpot tournament and made 49 saves on 50 shots (.980 save percentage), earning the Bertagna Goalie Award... Hockey Eat Goaltending Champion... Second Team Hockey East All-Star... Hockey East Co-Goaltender of the Month for January and February... five-time Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week (10/7, 11/1, 12/2, 12/9, 2/3)... highest career win percentage in BC history (.676)... second all-time at BC in career saves (3,082), save percentage (.925), goals against average (2.09), shutouts (13) and wins (74).

AS A SENIOR (2012-13): Started in 28 games ... amassed a team record .804 win percentage (22-5-1) which ranked fourth overall in the nation ... led the Hockey East in goals against average (1.83) and save percentage (.927) ... posted shutouts against Quinnipiac (11/23), Yale (11/24), and Vermont (2/24) ... 15-game winning streak from 10/21 through 1/18 ... season-high 40 saves in the team's 2-1 victory over Harvard in the Beanpot semifinals ... stopped 36 of 39 shots versus No. 1 Minnesota at the Frozen Four semifinals ... Hockey East Goaltending Champion ... Second Team Hockey East All-Star ... New England All-Star ... Hockey East Goaltender of the Month for November ... five-time Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week (11/26, 12/10, 1/14, 2/11, 3/25) ... Athletic Republic Player of the Week (3/18) ... earned Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement honors.

AS A JUNIOR (2011-12): Started all 37 games for the Eagles ... finished the season with a 24-10-3 record in 2203:38 minutes ... third in the Hockey East in GAA (2.15), fourth in save percentage (.921), second in winning percentage (.689) ... recorded six shutouts including two against Vermont ... season high 43 saves in a 4-2 win over Mercyhurst (12/9) ... named to 2011-12 Hockey East All-Academic Team ... Hockey East Goaltender of the Month twice (November, December) ... Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week twice (11/21, 12/5).

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Redshirted...Hockey East All-Academic Team...ACC Academic Honor Roll

AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10): Appeared in 24 games, starting 22 of them...finished the season with a 5-10-7 record in 1367:04 minutes...recorded a 2.90 goals against average and a .907 save percentage with 66 goals against and 644 saves...40% of goals allowed occurred while her team was on the penalty kill...notched one shutout on the season in the team's 0-0 tie with Connecticut on Nov. 15...twice earned Hockey East Rookie of the Week honors, grabbing the prize on Nov. 16 and Dec. 14...named to 2009-10 All-ACC Academic Honor Roll...awarded 2009-10 Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement...Hockey East All-Academic Team.

BEFORE BC: Played on the 2009 U-18 women's national team, winning the gold medal...finished in second place in the 2009 U-19 national championship with the Chicago Mission...won the 2008 national championship for U-19 women's hockey with the Chicago Mission.

PERSONAL: Enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences...she is one of Tom and Lori Boyles' two children.

Career Statistics

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SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

Saves 46 (at Harvard, 2/2/10)
Minutes 65 (10x, last at Vermont, 2/23/13)
Fewest GA 0 (12x, last vs. Northeastern, 2/11/14)

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