Lauren Wedell picks up second-straight all-star team nod
Carpenter headlines class as number one overall selection, while Skarupa, Bender and Trivigno also drafted
Crowley collects Coach of the Year, four Eagles tab All-New England honors
Boston College collects USCHO accolades following the 2014-15 season
Boston College and Harvard face off for a chance to advance to the National Championship
AS A JUNIOR (2014-15): Played in 37 games...second on the Eagles with 71 points on 31 goals, including seven game-winners, and 40 assists...led the team with a plus-62 rating on the season...led the team with 221 shots on goal... finished the season second in the nation averaging 1.92 points per game...fifth in the nation in goals per game (.84) and third in the country with 1.08 assists...achieved a career high in single-season points earning her 54th point with a goal vs. #4 Harvard on Feb. 10...went on a 20-game point scoring streak from Oct. 4 - Jan. 17...registered a career high six points on two goals and four assists in the Eagles' 10-2 win vs. Harvard on Nov. 28...recorded at least two points in 22 games this season...recorded at least three points in 10 games this season...earned a Silver Medal with the U.S. Women's National Team in Four Nations Cup in Kamloops, B.C. in November...Gold Medalist with the U.S. Women's National Team in the IIHF World Championships on Apr. 4 in Malmo, Sweden...named a Top-10 Patty Kazmaier Award Finalist.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2013-14):Played in 33 games... lead the team with 41 points on 25 goals and 16 assists... +20 plus/minus rating... 11th in the country with 1.24 points per game... third in the country with 0.76 goals per game... first on the team and tied for 11th in the nation with six power play goals... tied for third in NCAA D1 with four short-handed goals... 12 multiple points games... two game-winning goals... tallied four points (three goals, one assists) against St. Lawrence (10/11)... notched four points (two goals, two assists) at Providence (11/1)... scored two goals in the opening Beanpot game against Boston University (2/4)... recorded her second hat trick of the season at Maine (2/16)... tallied a season-high five points (two goals, three assists) against New Hampshire (2/28)... Warrior Hockey Co-Player of the Month in October... three-time Warrior Hockey Player of the Week (10/7, 2/17, 3/3)... Hockey East First-Team All Star.
AS A FRESHMAN (2012-13): Played in 33 games ... second on the team in scoring with 53 points (24G, 29A) ... the 53 points are ranks seventh in team history for a single season ... +41 rating was the third highest in team history ... Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Year ... Second Team Hockey East All-Star ... Pro Ambitions Hockey East All-Rookie Team honoree ... 37 points in league play set a Hockey East record for a freshman ... invited to the 2013 U.S. Women's National Team Selection Camp from June 16-23 ... six-time Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Week ... Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Month in November ... eight-game point streak (6-9-15) from 10/26 through 11/23 and a nine-game point streak (12-10-22) from 11/30 through 1/18 ... 16 multi-point games ... recorded five game-winning goals ... netted shorthanded goals against New Hampshire (10/21) and at Vermont (2/24) ... recorded five point games and hat tricks versus Maine (11/30) and Vermont (1/12) ... +6 rating versus Vermont (1/12) ... career-high 16 shots on goal against Maine (3/1) ... tallied game-winning helpers against Minnesota-Duluth (10/26), Boston University (10/31), Northeastern (11/18), Clarkson (1/3), Mercyhurst (1/18), and Connecticut (2/16) ... posted three assists at Northeastern (11/16) and versus Connecticut (2/16) ... tallied game-winning overtime goal in the Hockey East Quarterfinals against Maine (3/1).
BEFORE BC: Captain of the Washington Pride junior and senior seasons ... JWHL Liz Turgeon Player of the Year (2011, 2012) ... on three Under-18 world championship teams earning two silvers and one gold medal ... two-time USA Hockey Women's National Festival participant (2009-10) ... three-time USA Hockey Player Development Camp attendee (2008-10) ... high honor roll 2008-2012 ... Maryland State Scholar Athlete Award 2008-2012 ... Spanish Honors Society 2010-2012.
2012 IIHF U18WWC (CZE): USA Silver Medalists
2011 IIHF U18WWC (SWE): USA Gold Medalists
2010 IIHF U18WWC (USA): USA Silver Medalists
PERSONAL: Daughter of Tony and Penny Skarupa, both are BC alums ... has a brother, Dylan (age 20) ... enrolled in the Carroll School of Mangement.