Kickham, Pfalzer lead the way for the fourth time
Lauren Wedell picks up second-straight all-star team nod
The duo are named co-players of the week after wrapping up the 2014-15 season
Emily Field caps career with a Frozen Four goal, but Harvard scores two third-period goals to end the Eagles' season
BC suffers a 4-1 loss to BU in Hockey East title game.
Photos courtesy of Jim Rosvold (USCHO.com) and the Associated Press
AS A SENIOR (2014-15) Named a captain for the 2014-15 season...played in 38 games...tallied 29 points on nine goals, including two on the power play and one game-winner, and 20 assists...recorded at least one point in 18 games this season...scored at least two points in seven games this season...registered a career-high four points on one goal and three assists in the Eagles' 6-0 shutout of UConn (Feb. 6)...tallied the Eagles' lone goal in the third period of the NCAA Semifinal game vs. #3 Harvard on March 20...earned Hockey East Co-Player of the Week on March 23 for her play during the Frozen Four...recorded a plus-28 rating on the season.
AS A JUNIOR (2013-14): Played in all 37 games... third on the team with 32 points on 14 goals and 18 assists... +21 plus/minus rating... scored three power play goals, two short-handed goals and three game-winning goals... became the 10th player at BC to record 100 career points when she did so in her 100th career game... seven multiple-point games... recorded at least one point in 22 games... tallied a season-high four points on two goals and two assists against Northeastern (11/10)... scored two goals and added on assist against Connecticut (11/23)... netted two goals against Darthmouth (10/120) and Vermont (11/8)... scored one goal in the opening round of the Beanpot against BU (2/4)... Warrior Hockey Player of the Month for November...Warrior Hockey Player of the Week (11/11)... Hockey East Honorable Mention All-Star.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Played in all 37 games ... amassed 45 points (16G, 29A) ... +17 plus/minus rating ... tallied six power play goals ... 12 multi-point contests ... ranked 19th in the nation in points per game (1.22) ... career-high two goals at Yale (11/24) ... tied for second in the Hockey East with 11 power play points in conference play ... career-high four assists and five points versus Maine (12/1) ... three points, including the game-winning overtime goal against No. 4 Cornell (1/13) ... posted three points against Connecticut (1/27) ... scored the game's first goal at the Frozen Four semifinals versus No. 1 Minnesota (3/22) ... registered eight assists on game-winning goals ... career-long six game point streak (4-6-10) from 1/26 through 2/16 ... Hockey East Honorable Mention All-Star ... Athletic Republic Co-Player of the Week for 11/26 ... invited to the 2013 U.S. Women's National Team Selection Camp from June 16-23.
AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12): Hockey East All-Rookie Team...Athletic Republic Hockey East Player of the Week (10/24)...two-time Pro Ambitions Hockey East Rookie of the Week (3/12, 3/19)...ninth in the Hockey East in scoring with 32 points (13g, 19a), fourth among league freshman and 11th among rookies nationally...second in the conference with eight power play goals, second most in a single-season at BC...additional Hockey East rankings included: +17 plus/minus rating (10th), four game-winning goals (4th), three short-handed points (10th), 10 power play points (8th) and 19 assists (8th)...19 assists were fourth most ever by a BC freshman...had seven multi-point games...scored BC's fastest goal of the season - 57 sec. into the first period - at the NCAA Frozen Four versus Wisconsin (3/16)...posted two points (1g, 1a) in NCAA Quarterfinal against St. Lawrence (3/10)...had a goal in the Hockey East semifinal versus BU (3/3)...scored versus Vermont (2/18)...equaled her season-high three points (1g, 2a) versus Connecticut (2/13)...earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
BEFORE BC: Member of the 2011 U18 United States National Team that won gold in Sweden...Five-time national champion at Assabeth Valley...received Independent School League (ISL) All-League honors in 2011 after garnering honorable mention accolades as a junior...also played field hockey, being named ISL MVP in 2010 and 2011; was an ISL first-team selection both seasons as an upperclassman; and took home ISL honorable mention as a sophomore.
PERSONAL: The youngest daughter of Sheila and Mathew Field...has an older sister, Melissa.