Seven Terriers won awards at annual banquet on Sunday
AS A JUNIOR IN 2007-08
Played in 33 of the team's 35 games, primarily as a center, earning 12 points on the strength of seven goals ... Notched two game-winning goals on the season, lifting the Terriers over Maine with an empty-netter on Jan. 27 and on top of Vermont on Feb. 8 ... Tallied one of the team's two short-handed goals, scoring while on the penalty kill against Sacred Heart on Dec. 8 ... Earned three points against Sacred Heart, including two goals ... Ended the season with a +8 rating, the second highest on the team ... Scored on 13.5 percent of her shots, the highest shooting percentage on the team.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2006-07
Played in 33-of-34 games, missing only the Nov. 26 matchup against Union ... Recorded eight points during the season (3-5), including one power-play goal ... Scored the first goal of the season on Oct. 6 against Robert Morris ... Notched a career-high four points (1-3) against Sacred Heart on Dec. 9 ... Was the sole Terrier to record four points in a game during the season.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2005-06
Played in all 33 games, tallying eight points (4-4) ... Scored first goal in program history against Northeastern on Oct. 7 ... Tied for fourth on the team in power-play goals (2) ... Had a season-high three points (2-1) against Dartmouth on Oct. 29 ... Named to the Hockey East All-Academic team ... Voted recipient of the Spirit Award by her teammates.
BEFORE BOSTON UNIVERSITY
Played four years at Choate Rosemary Hall, lettering each year, and was captain in each of her last two seasons ... Scored 28 points as a senior and led the team with 24 assists ... Squad advanced to NE Prep School league finals ... Awarded Choate Hockey Heart and Dedication Award as well as Ice Hockey Coaches' Award ... As a junior, recorded 24 points (10-14) and made it to the national championship quarterfinals with club team Connecticut Polar Bears ... Led Choate in scoring as a sophomore (10-12-22) ... As a freshman, tallied 22 points for Choate and also took home the bronze medal at the national championships in Anchorage, Alaska, with the Connecticut Polar Bears ... Earned a varsity letters in soccer (two years) and lacrosse (three years) ... Named to dean's list and honored with David T. Layman Prize for earnest and persistent effort.
Daughter of Paul and Joanne Bourdeau of West Hartford, Conn. ... Enrolled in the University's College of Communications ... Born March 8, 1987.