9   Jenn Wakefield
Jenn Wakefield

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Pickering, Ont.

Height:
5-9

Position:
F

Last Team:
New Hampshire


02/20/2014

Four Terriers Help Canada Claim Olympic Gold

Poulin, Wakefield, Ward and Watchorn all won gold in Sochi

12/23/2013

Four Terriers Named to Canadian Women's Olympic Hockey Team

Poulin, Wakefield, Ward and Watchorn will all represent Canada in Sochi

04/25/2013

Five Terriers Centralized with Canada's National Women's Team

Kohanchuk, Poulin, Wakefield, Ward and Watchorn named to 27-player roster

05/11/2012

Cardella, Poulin Named Co-Captains at Women's Hockey Banquet

Poulin and Wakefield each earn MVP honors

04/17/2012

Nine Terriers Honored at Annual Student-Athlete Awards Reception

Rich Peters named Mickey Cochrane Award winner; Jenn Wakefield receives Mildred Barnes Award

04/17/2012

Women's Ice Hockey

Taken from the BU All-Access show on April 17, 2012

04/23/2012

Celebration of Women's Athletics at Boston University

Photos taken April 20-22 during "Pass It On", a celebration of women's athletics at BU. Credit: Steve McLaughlin.

04/17/2012

2011-12 BU Student-Athlete Awards Reception

Photos taken from the Boston University Student-Athlete Awards Reception on April 17, 2012. Credit: Steve McLaughlin

Wakefield BU All-Access Show Interviews:
BU All-Access Show - Oct. 7, 2010


AS A SENIOR IN 2011-12
Served as captain ... Skated in 36 games ... Is the only skater in Hockey East history to score at least 100 career goals (120) and is the second league skater to have reached the 200-point plateau (206) ... Named a New England Women's Division I All-Star ... Named a Hockey East First Team All-Star ... Was the Hockey East Scoring Champion with 31 points in conference competition (14g, 17a) ... Led Hockey East in overall goals (29) and points (57) ... Earned Hockey East Tournament MVP honors after she scored both goals in a 2-1 double-overtime win over Providence in the Hockey East title game ... Earned Hockey East Player of the Week honors five times (March 5, Feb. 27, Jan. 23, Oct. 10 and Oct. 3) ... Finished season on a four-game point streak (6g, 4a) ... Compiled 16-game point streak from Dec. 3 to Feb. 18 (13g, 14a) ... Notched at least one point in 30 games this season ... Scored one goal and had two assists in NCAA Tournament game at Cornell ... Collected second collegiate hat trick against New Hampshire on Feb. 26 (3g, 1a) ... Scored two goals in both games at Vermont on Feb. 11 and 12 ... Had one goal and two assists at New Hampshire on Feb. 4 ... Collected a career-high six points, including her first collegiate hat trick, against Vermont on Jan. 21 ... Had one goal and one assist at Maine on Jan. 8 ... Scored a goal and added an assist at Providence on Nov. 20 ... Recorded two goals and two assists to help Canada win a Silver Medal at the Four Nations Cup ... Scored her 100th career goal in a 4-1 victory over Boston College on Nov. 2 ...Netted two more goals in a 6-2 win over Union on Oct. 15 ... Potted a pair of goals and added two assists on Oct. 8 against Niagara...Notched a goal and an assist in 3-1 win over Niagara on Oct. 7 ... Scored two goals and added an assist in a 4-1 victory over North Dakota on Sep. 30.

AS A JUNIOR IN 2010-11
Named to the Hockey East All-Tournament Team after scoring two goals in the league semifinals against Northeastern ... Tabbed a Hockey East First-Team All-Star ... Nominated for the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award ... Appeared in 34 games and established career highs in assists (22) and points (54) and has a matched a career high in goals (32) ... Currently holds BU single-season records in goals and points ... Recorded at least one point in 29 games ... Entered the Frozen Four on a seven-game point-scoring streak (11g, 1a) ... Posted two 11-game point-scoring streaks, one eight-game point-scoring streak and a three-game point-scoring streak ... Collected 16 multi-point games, including four three-point games and two four-point games ... Added seven power-play goals, two shorthanded markers and six game-winning goals ... Was a member of Canada's gold medal-winning Four Nations Cup team.

BEFORE BOSTON UNIVERSITY

Played two years at the University of New Hampshire of the Hockey East Association (2007-09) ...As a sophomore, appeared in 32 games and led Hockey East in goals (32) and ranked second in points (49) ... Selected as a top-10 finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award, presented to the top women's collegiate ice hockey player ... Led team in power-play goals (13), shorthanded markers (4) and game-winning tallies (9) ... Named Hockey East Player of the Month in December and April ... Garnered Hockey East Player of the Week three times (Oct. 13, Jan. 19, Feb. 23) ... As a freshman, played in 33 games and led the nation's rookies in goals (27) and was second in assists (19) and points (46) ... Named Hockey East Rookie of the Year ... Garnered All-Hockey East First Team honors and was named to the Hockey East All-Tournament Team ... Received All-Academic Team honors ... Helped New Hampshire to the Hockey East title ... Named Hockey East Rookie of the Week five times (Oct. 22, Oct. 29, Nov. 26, Jan. 28, March 24) and Hockey East Rookie of the Month three times (October, February, March) ... Member of Canada's National Women's Team program since 2007 ... Served as an alternate for the 2010 Canadian Olympic Team ... Played in two Four Nations Cups (2007, 2008) and the 2008 and 2009 MLP Cups ... Member of Team Ontario Red at the 2005 and 2006 under-18 national championships ... Played for Team Ontario at the 2007 Canada Winter Games.

PERSONAL
Daughter of Tim and Suzanne Wakefield of Pickering, Ont. ... Attended Dunbarton High School (Ont.) ... Has two sisters, Katelin and Alannah ... Enrolled in the University's College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in psychology ... Born June 15, 1989, in Scarborough, Ont.

Overall
YEAR GP G A Pts PP Sh GW PIM
2007-08* 33 27 19 46 7 1 3 27/57
2008-09* 31 32 17 49 13 4 9 22/44
2010-11 34 32 22 54 7 2 6 15/30
2011-12 36 29 28 57 10 3 5 27/54
Tot. 134
120 86 206 37 20 23 91/185
Hockey East
YEAR GP G A Pts PP Sh GW PIM
2007-08* 18 19 14 33 4 1 3 12/27
2008-09* 19 21 9 30 9 3 6 14/28
2010-11 17 17 10 27 4 0 3 6/12
2011-12 19 14 17 31 3 1 3 9/18
Tot. 73 71 50 121 20 5 15 41/85


*Played for New Hampshire

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