The Eagles will host WHEA opponent Providence at Kelley Rink Friday at 7 p.m.
The Eagles put up another six-goal performance to power past the Big Red
The Eagles remain unbeaten in their first meeting with a top-ten program this season
The Eagles are ranked No. 3 in USCHO.com and USA Today preseason polls
Five Eagles record multi-point games in the win.
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 to 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.