The camp will take place from June 16-23 in Lake Placid, N.Y.
Two-Time Second-team All-American...Hockey East's First Three-time Player of the Year...Patty Kazmaier Top Three Finalist (2010-11)...New England Player of the Year (2010-11)...Hockey East Rookie of the Year (2006-2007)...Four-time Hockey East All-Star...Three-Time New England All-Star...Five time Hockey East Player of the Month...Ten-time Hockey East Player of the Week...Two-Time Hockey East Scoring Champion...Four-Time Hockey East Rookie of the Week...Three-time Hockey East All-Academic Team...Won silver medal with Team USA at XXI Vancouver Winter Olympics...Won third straight gold with US National Team at the IIHF Women's World Championship...shoots right...Three-Time Hockey East All-Academic Team...Three-time ACC Academic Honor Roll.
SENIOR YEAR (2010-11) Named as one of the 2010-11 Captains...Played in 36 games...led the team with 58, tallying 32goals and 22 assists....her 58 points lands her in third on the single season rankings, the 32 goals ranks her second among single season leaders at BC and the 22 assists places her 10th on the single season leaders list...tallied a team leading 16 power play points (6G, 10A)... she finishes her career making her mark on the record books as she finishes second on the BC all-time career goals (98) list, first in career assists (111) and leaves as BC's all-time leading scorer (209)... Scored a goal in 23 of 36 games this season...had a four point game (3G, 1A) in a win against Harvard (12/5)...at BU (11/20) she recorded one of her three hat tricks on the season ... had a three goal, one assist output against Syracuse (10/09)... was a 2010-11 Patty Kazmaier Award Finalist, first ever for BC... earned Second Team All-America honors... Named a New England DI All-Star was well as the New England DI Player of the Year... Named Hockey East Player of the Year for a third time...Named Hockey East Tournament MVP...Earned Hockey East Player of the Week honors five times (11/1, 11/22, 1/31, 3/7, 3/14)...Named Pure Player of the Month in October and November... won third straight gold with US Nation Team at the IIHF Women's World Championship...earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
JUNIOR YEAR (2008-09) Played in 35 games...led team with 59 points with 23 goals and 36 assists...scored 20 power-play points with seven goals and 13 assists, most on the team for the second year in a row...named Hockey East Player of the Month for October and November...member of gold medal U.S. Women's Select Team at 2008 Four Nations Cup...Hockey East Player of the Week on November 17, December 1, and February 9...invited to USA Hockey Women's Holiday Camp...nominated for 2009 Patty Kazmaier Award...featured in Sports Illustrated "Faces in the Crowd" in February 18 issue...TPS Hockey East Player of the Year...named to U.S. National Team...New England Division I All-Star...RBK/AHCA Second Team All-America honors...won gold with U.S. National Team at the 2009 IIHF Women's World Championship in Finland...Hockey East All-Academic Team honors...selected to U.S. National Team to compete in 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
SOPHOMORE YEAR (2007-08) Played in all 34 games...led the team with 38 points and 22 goals...second with 16 assists...recorded 11 power-play points (6g, 5a), the most on the Eagles...ranked seventh in the league for overall points and tied for third with 30 conference points...scored 18 Hockey East goals, placing second on the season...scored four game-winning goals and two shorthanded goals...scored in 25 of 34 games, including a nine-game scoring streak of 15 points from Oct. 27 to Dec. 6...recorded 10 multiple-point games...took 138 shots and registered a +22 rating...earned TPS Hockey East Player of the Week on Dec. 3 for scoring the tying goal against Connecticut on Nov. 29 and then tallying a season-best four points (2g, 2a) in the win against the Huskies on Dec. 1...named TPS Hockey East Player of the Month for a 13-point performance, scoring in nine of 10 games and notching four game-winning goals...named to the Hockey East All-Star Second Team...runner-up of the Humboldt Storage and Moving Three Stars Award...invited to USA Hockey's Holiday Camp...played on the U.S. National team that won the gold medal at the 2008 IIHF World Women's Championship in Harbin, China, in April...earned the Athletics Director's Award for Academic Achievement...named to Hockey East All-Academic Team.
FRESHMAN YEAR (2006 -07) Played all 36 games...scored 17 goals and a school-record 37 assists for 54 points...named the Hockey East Scoring Champion with 34 league points...led the team in points and assists...third in the country for rookie scoring...notched four game-winning goals, five power-play goals and one shorthanded goal...named to the New Hampshire All-Tournament team in November...recorded a season-high four points against Vermont on Jan. 13 with one goal and three assists...also registered three assists in games against Wayne State on Nov. 25 and Dartmouth in the NCAA quarterfinal on March 10...named Hockey East Rookie of the Week on four occasions and selected as both the New England Hockey Journal and Hockey East Player of the Week for the week of Jan. 29...selected Hockey East Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year and was voted unanimously to the Hockey East All-Star First Team and All-Rookie Team...earned slot on All-USCHO Third Team and All-USCHO Rookie Team...voted to the New England Hockey Writers Division I Women's All-Star Team...participated in the 2007 Women's National Festival in Lake Placid, N.Y...one of 22 players named to the 2007 U.S. Women's Under-22 Select Team.
BEFORE BC Played for the Honeybaked Club Team in the Mid-West Elite Hockey League...made the MWEHL first team for the 2004-05 and 2005-06 seasons...received both the MWEHL scoring title and Silver Award of Academics for the 2005-06 season...a selection for the select 15/16 festival and a two-time selection for the select 17/18 festival...overall winner of the 2005 Easton Skills Competition at the national tournament in Colorado Springs, Colo...captain of the 2004-05 Ohio Flames...named MVP of the 2005 Toronto Aeros "Future Stars" Tournament and the 2005 Mississauga Chiefs Christmas Tournament...a three-time varsity letterwinner in volleyball and four-time varsity letterwinner in softball....received the Archie Griffin Sportsmanship Award and the Ohio High School Athletic Association Scholar Athlete Award.
PERSONAL Born on January 13, 1988...daughter of Ken and Nancy Stack...has one sister, Kim, and one brother, Kevin...enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.