Five Eagles record multi-point games in the win.
Eagles return home for the first time since December 1st.
Eagles record 250th win in program history.
Eagles record 10 goals for the first time since 1998.
Eagles outshot the Black Bears 53-10.
AS A JUNIOR (2013-14):
AS A SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Played in 36 games ... ranked seventh on the team with 10 goals ... second on the team with a 23.3% shooting percentage (10-for-43) ... tallied two game-winning goals, both against Northeastern (11/16 & 1/9) ... netted a goal versus New Hampshire (10/21) ... posted goals in back-to-back games versus Boston University (11/3) and Providence (11/7) ... recorded assists versus Northeastern (11/18) and Quinnipiac (11/23) ... tallied three goals over the two-game series against Maine (11/30 & 12/1) ... notched an assist at New Hampshire (12/5) ... scored twice against Northeastern (1/9) ... registered an assist at Mercyhurst (1/19) ... posted a goal and an assist at Maine (2/2) ... earned Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement honors.
AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12): Tallied 10 points, including three goals ans seven assists...finished with a +2 plus/minus rating...took 50 shots...had three multi-point games...registered one goal and two assists in a 4-0 win over Vermont (2/18)...scored once and assisted another goal against Connecticut (2/12)...picked up two helpers in 4-2 defeat of Harvard at the Beanpot (2/7)...scored first collegiate goal in 4-3 overtime victory at Maine (12/3)...had an assist against Princeton (11/25)...netted first collegiate point with an assist against Northeastern (11/18).
BEFORE BC: A USA Hockey National Camp participant in 2007 (U14) and 2010 (U17)...as a member of Assabet Valley won USA Hockey national championships three times - 2006 (U12), 2008 (U14), 2009 (U16) - and was a national semifinalist in 2010...amassed 340 points (164 goals, 176 assists) in 100 games at the Governor's Academy in Byfield, Mass; twice scoring more than 40 goals, notching 40-plus assists and tallying over 90 points in a single season...led Governor's Academy to four consecutive New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) Championships from 2008-2011...named to the All-Independent School League (ISL) Team for sophomore, junior and senior seasons...received an All-ISL Honorable Mention as a freshman...was an assistant captain for Governor's Academy as a senior...also a four-year letter-winner for Governor's in field hockey and lacrosse, being tabbed All-ISL (2009-10), as team MVP (2010)and a Boston Globe All-Star (2009) for field hockey.
PERSONAL: Born Kathleen Leary on August 8, 1993 in Beverly, Mass. ... parents are Betsy and Peter Leary...has an older brother Peter and a younger brother named James...her cousin Kara Leary was an All-American basketball player for Notre Dame...her cousin Sarah Leary was a two-time All-American in lacrosse at Harvard...enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.