13 Janie Reilly
AS A JUNIOR IN 2009: Named America East Goalkeeper of the Year and earned first-team All-Conference honors ... Posted a 0.53 goals against average and .815 save percentage ... Combined with Annie Tooley for shutouts in each of the first two games of the year, playing the first half in both games ... Stopped all four shots she faced, playing the first half of a 0-0 draw at No. 7 West Virginia on Sept. 6 ... Made four saves to keep a clean sheet in 1-0 win over Harvard on Sept. 20 ... Posted back-to-back shutouts with two saves against Binghamton (Sept. 27) and five saves at New Hampshire (Oct. 1) ... Kept clean sheets in back-to-back wins with one save against Vermont (Oct. 8) and three saves at Albany (Oct. 11) ... Played the first 86:17 and made two saves, combining with Annie Tooley to shut out Binghamton in the America East Championship game on Nov. 7 ... Recorded a 354-minute shutout streak from Oct. 15-Nov. 1, including three consecutive shutouts.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2008: Posted nine shutouts in 2008 to earn America East All-Conference Second Team honors ... Started 21 games ... Made six saves in a 1-0 shutout of Wisconsin ... Went over 508 minutes without giving up a goal - a span that lasted nearly six games and one month ... Anchored one of the nation's stingiest defenses, which finished 15th in the country in goals-against average (0.62), which ranked 15th nationally and tied a program record for shutouts (12) ... Named to the America East Academic Honor Roll for maintaining a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
AS A REDSHIRT FRESHMAN IN 2007: Got the nod in net in six of the first nine games of the season before suffering a season-ending injury ... Clocked 560 minutes in six games and surrendered just three goals, while collecting 29 saves for a .906 save percentage ... Earned an impressive 0.48 goals-against average with three shutouts and was 3-2-1 before the injury ... Never allowed more than one goal in a game.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2006: Red-shirted the season.
BEFORE BOSTON UNIVERSITY: Was a four-year letter winner at St. Thomas Aquinas High School ... As a freshman, had a 0.34 GAA; as a sophomore, had a 0.00 GAA; as a junior, had a 0.50 GAA; and as a senior, had a 0.24 GAA and recorded 22 shutouts ... St. Thomas Aquinas was ranked number one in the nation in 2004 and won the Florida State Championship in 2004 and 2005 ... As a junior and a senior, was named first team all-county by Sun Sentinel and Herald and was also named first team all-state ... Tied national high school record for best GAA in a season (0.00) as a junior ... Holds school record for most shutouts in one season (22) as a senior ... ODP 2004 Region III pool player and 2005-06 Region III team member ... 2006 NSCAA Youth All-American ... Academically, won the St. Thomas Aquinas Service Award (2004-05) and Principal Honors (2004-06).
PERSONAL: Born on Jan. 13, 1988 ... Daughter of Patrick and Lauren Reilly ... Enrolled in College of Arts and Sciences as a political science major.