Former women's ice hockey player and current assistant coach Alison Quandt describes her most memorable moment
AS A JUNIOR 2004-05: Played in 34 games... scored one goal and three assists for four points...scored a goal in BC's win over Quinnipiac (Nov. 21)...assisted on tying goal against no.5 New Hampshire (Jan.8)...named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team... received the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2003-04: Played in all 31 games...scored five goals and added two assists for seven points...scored two goals including first career goal in 2-2 tie against Colgate (Jan. 4)...scored two goals including gamewinner against Maine (Feb. 28)...earned TPS/Hockey East Player-of-the-Week honors (Jan. 5)...Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2002-03: Played Midfield on the lacrosse team.
BEFORE BC: A hockey four year starter and Bay State League all-star...selected to the Boston Herald Dream team and The Boston Globe super team...Bay State League MVP...a four-year lacrosse player on the Needham squad that won the state championships three times...captained the team as a senior...a first-team all-star at the Bay State Games...a three year starter on the soccer team...served as the team captain...a Bay State League first team all-star, twice...an all-state selection as a senior...Boston Herald Dream team.
PERSONAL: Born July 15, 1984...enrolled in the Lynch School of Education...Nancy is the younger of Richard and Toni Gillis' two children.