Crowley collects Coach of the Year, four Eagles tab All-New England honors
AS A JUNIOR (2014-15)
A Top 10 Finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Award ... Hockey East All-Star Second Team ... named to the All-USCHO.com Second Team ... played in 37 games, missing two games (Nov. 1 at Providence and Nov. 8 at Northeastern) while with the U.S. National Team ... scored 71 points on the season (31 goals and 40 assists) ... scored at least one point in 34 of 37 games and had 22 multiple-point games ... scored two goals in six games and had two or more assists in nine games ... ranked third nationally in overall scoring and second nationally in points per game (1.92) ... her 31 goals ranked third nationally, and she was tied for fourth in goals per game (0.84) ... her 40 assists were tied for third nationally, and her 1.08 assists per game was third nationally ... her three shorthanded goals were tied for second nationally, and she added five power-play goals ... her seven game-winning goals were tied for third nationally ... led the team with a +62 plus/minus rating and 221 shots on goal ... had a 20-game point streak from Oct. 4 through Jan. 17, during which she recorded 46 points ... was the Hockey East player of the month in December ... opened the season with a three-point effort (two goals, one assist) against Syracuse (Oct. 4) ... posted four points (one goal, three assists) in a 6-2 win over Cornell (Oct. 25) ... posted a career-high six points (two goals, career-high four assists) in the 10-2 win over No. 7 Harvard (Nov. 28), leading to Hockey East player of the week honors (Dec. 1) ... has 12 shots at Vermont (Jan. 18) in a 2-0 win ... recorded 10 points in six postseason games (three goals, seven assists) ... registered a career-high 18 shots against Connecticut (March 7) in the Hockey East Semifinals ... scored one goal and added three assists for four points in the Eagles' 5-1 win over Clarkson in the NCAA Quarterfinals (March 14) ... had 10 shots in the NCAA Semifinals against Harvard (March 20) ... a member of the U.S. U22 Select Team out of the Women's National Team Festival in August, scoring one goal a an adding three assists in three games against Canada ... selected to attend USA Hockey's Winter Training Camp ... earned a silver medal with the U.S. Women's National Team in Four Nations Cup in Kamloops, British Columbia, in November ... a member of the gold-medal winning Team USA at the 2015 IIHF World Championship in March and April in Malmo, Sweden ... a member of the Hockey East All-Academic Team ... earned a place on the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2013-14)
Hockey East All-Star First Team ... played in 33 games ... lead the team with 41 points on 25 goals and 16 assists ... posted a +20 plus/minus rating ... was 11th in the country with 1.24 points per game and third in the country with 0.76 goals per game ... led the team and was tied for 11th in the nation with six power play goals ... tied for third in NCAA D1 with four short-handed goals ... posted 12 multiple-point games ... registered eight multiple-goal games and four multiple-assist games ... added two game-winning goals ... registered 10 or more shots in six games ... scored a hat trick and added an assist against St. Lawrence (Oct. 11) ... notched four points (two goals, two assists) at Providence (Nov. 1) ... had two assists at Cornell (Nov. 30) in a 2-0 win ... scored two goals in back-to-back games: vs. Providence (Feb. 1) and against Boston University (Feb. 4) in the first round of the Beanpot ... recorded her second hat trick of the season at Maine (Feb. 16) ... tallied a season-high five points (two goals, three assists) against New Hampshire (Feb. 28) in the Hockey East Quarterfinals ... was the Hockey East co-player of the month in October and a three-time Hockey East player of the week (Oct. 7, Feb. 17 and March 3).
AS A FRESHMAN (2012-13)
Hockey East Rookie of the Year ... Hockey East All-Star Second Team ... Hockey East All-Rookie Team ... played in 33 games ... was second on the team in scoring with 53 points on 24 goals and 29 assists ... her +41 plus/minus rating was the third highest in team history ... her 37 points in Hockey East play set a conference freshman scoring record ... was a six-time Hockey East rookie of the week ... recorded 16 multiple-point games ... scored five game-winning goals, two power-play goals and two short-handed goals ... registered an eight-game point streak from Oct. 26 through Nov. 23 where she scored 15 points (six goals and nine assists), and started a nine-game scoring streak from Nov. 30 through January 18 where she scored 22 points (12 goals, 10 assists) ... was the Hockey East rookie of the month for November ... netted shorthanded goals against New Hampshire (Oct. 21) and at Vermont (Feb. 24) ... recorded five-point games and hat tricks against both Maine (Nov. 30) and Vermont (Jan. 12) ... posted a then-career-high 16 shots on goal against Maine (March 1) ... tallied game-winning helpers against Minnesota-Duluth (Oct. 26), Boston University (Oct. 31), Northeastern (Nov. 18), Clarkson (Jan. 3), Mercyhurst (Jan. 18) and Connecticut (Feb. 16) ... posted three assists at Northeastern (Nov. 16) and versus Connecticut (Feb. 16) ... tallied the game-winning overtime goal in the Hockey East Quarterfinals against Maine (March 1) ... invited to the 2013 U.S. Women's National Team Selection Camp in June.
Captain of the Washington Pride during her junior and senior seasons ... was a two-time Junior Women's Hockey League Liz Turgeon Player of the Year (2011, 2012) ... a member of three U.S. Under-18 National Teams at the IIHF U18 World Championships ... helped the team win the world championship in 2011, and earned silver medals in 2010 and 2012 ...led the 2012 tournament in goal scoring with 11 goals in five games ... three-time USA Hockey Player Development Camp attendee (2008, 2009, 2010).
Daughter of Tony and Penny Skarupa ... both of her parents are Boston College alumni ... has one brother, Dylan ... enrolled in the Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences as a psychology major ... named to the high honor roll from 2008 to 2012 ... won the Maryland State Scholar Athlete Award from 2008 to 2012 ... Spanish Honors Society 2010-2012 ... drafted by the National Women's Hockey League's New York Riveters with the ninth pick overall (first pick, third round) in the 2015 NWHL Draft.