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 Deborah Spillane 21
Deborah Spillane
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Franklin, Mass.

High School:
Franklin HS

Height:
5-8

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
01/08/1986

Previous Team:
Franklin HS

SENIOR YEAR (2007-08)
Played in all 34 games and served as a tri-captain...second leading scorer on the team with 33 points...led the team with 22 assists and tied for third with 11 goals...recorded a team-high +36 rating...scored two or more points eight times, including racking up three points (2g, 1a) in the win over Connecticut on Dec. 1...scored in 24 of 34 games, including a six-game scoring streak of eight points from Jan. 17 to Feb. 5...whistled for only three penalties all season and voted runner-up for the Hockey East Sportsmanship Award...took 118 shots...earned Hockey East All-Star honorable mention...finished career third on the all-time points (134) and goals (60) lists and second on the all-time assists list (74).

JUNIOR YEAR (2006-07)
Played in 30 games and served as a co-captain...missed six games due to an injury sustained in the season opener against RPI...scored 13 goals and 17 assists for 30 points...notched two power-play goals and two game-winning goals...scored two goals against Wayne State on Nov. 25...earned USCHO Offensive Player of the Week on Jan. 9 after recording two goals and two assists against St. Lawrence and Clarkson...registered a season-high three points against Clarkson (1g, 2a), Vermont (1g, 2a) and Providence (3a)...scored 100th career point on an assist against Maine on Feb. 24...scored the first goal of the NCAA semifinal against Minnesota-Duluth on March 16...earned the Hockey East Sportsmanship Award after only being whistled three times for six penalty minutes all season.

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2005-06)
Played in all 35 games...led the team in points with 35...tied for team lead in goals (17) and assists (18)...named to the preseason All-USCHO third team...recorded five multi-goal games...recorded three-point games against Quinnipiac, Boston Univ. and Connecticut...scored a shorthanded goal in first game of season against Quinnipiac...named Hockey East Player of the Week on Oct. 17 and the Hockey East Player of the Month for October... received Hockey East Honor Roll accolades three times (Oct. 24, Dec. 4, Jan.16)...scored two gamewinners against Vermont...netted both goals, including the gamewinner, against Harvard in the Beanpot final on Feb. 14, winning BC's first-ever Beanpot trophy...won Beanpot MVP...awarded USCHO Offensive Player of the Week and Hockey East Player of the Week honors on Feb. 20...named a Hockey East Second-Team All-Star and a New England Hockey Writers Association All-Star...participated in the 2006 National Women's Hockey Festival in Lake Placid, N.Y., and played for the USA Hockey Under-22 Select Team in August 2006.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2004-05)
Played in all 34 games... led the team in points (36), goals (19) and assists (17)...named to the preseason All-USCHO Rookie Team--only rookie among Hockey East teams to receive this preseason accolade and first time a BC freshman was honored in a preseason poll...assisted in three goals against Wayne State ...named ITECH Hockey East Rookie of the Week...named ITECH Hockey East Rookie of the Month for November, for scoring four goals and five assists over six games... scored a goal in the win over Providence on Feb. 19, marking the first time BC beat the Friars since March 3, 2002...ITECH Hockey East Rookie of the Month for February, recording six goals and one assist...assisted the only goal in Hockey East semifinal loss to Providence on March 12...scored twice in five games, including netting the gamewinner against Maine on Feb. 26...named ITECH Hockey East Player of the Week on Feb. 28...runner-up for the Hockey East Rookie of the Year award...named a Hockey East Second Team All-Star...member of the ITECH All-Rookie Team... named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team...received the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.

BEFORE BC
Played two years for Franklin High School's boys' varsity team...recorded 15 goals and 26 assists...awarded Unsung Hero Award senior year...named to Boston Globe's 2004 Super Team...member of four-time national champions Assabet Valley...participated in U.S. Olympic Development Camp in Lake Placid, N.Y., for four years...competed in 2004 Women's National Training Camp in Colorado Springs, Colo...earned the 2003-04 John Carlton Memorial Trophy, given annually by the Boston Bruins an outstanding student-athlete in Eastern Massachusetts playing high school hockey...also played lacrosse...awarded 2002 MVP and Hockomock League All-star honors...honor roll student.

PERSONAL
Born January 8, 1986...Deb is the third of William and Marie Spillane's four children...enrolled in College of Arts & Sciences as a sociology major.

CAREER STATISTICS
Year GP G A PTS PEN/MIN +/- 2004-05 34 19 17 36 16/32 -15 2005-06 35 17 18 35 6/12 +19 2006-07 30 13 17 30 3/6 +18 2007-08 34 11 22 33 3/6 +26 Totals 133 60 74 134 28/56 +48

CAREER HIGHS
Goals 2 (x11) Assists 3 (x2) Points 3 (x10)

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