Female Hockey Players Achieve Success After Hebron

By: Lumberjack Athletics
This winter, Hebron's girls' hockey program has been represented well at the college ranks as eight former Lumberjacks are showing off their skills in rinks across the northeast. Here is a look at what they have been up to over the past two months and what they expect for the upcoming postseason.

Teneal Perry '15 and Kiana Melvin '16 were both integral members of Hebron's 2014-15 team that went 19-9. They have each continued to be influential at the college level. Perry plays at Endicott College where the Gulls are 18-3-1 and sit atop the Colonial Hockey League standings. Perry has a +9 plus/minus for fourth best on the team and has scored six goals with six assists in 18 games of action. They have three games left on their regular season schedule. For Melvin, she has played in all of Elmira College's 21 games this winter. As a defenseman, she has one goal and six assists, and the Soaring Eagles have a 15-2-4 record while going undefeated in ECAC West action thus far. They have two games this upcoming weekend with Plattsburgh who sit tied at the top of the league standings. The ECAC West tournament will begin on February 23rd.

Katie Couture '13 and Abby Kinens '13 are winding down their college careers. Couture has played in all 20 games for the Huskies of University of Southern Maine. She is second on the team with 13 points from eight goals and five assists. The Huskies have five games remaining in their regular season. Kinens is also still in Maine as she plays for the University of New England. UNE has four games remaining and are currently seventh in the NEHC standings. Kinens has four goals and four assists for the Nor'easters this winter.

Jenn O'Connell '15 has started all 20 games in between the pipes for Salve Regina this season. She is avergaing over 33 saves per game, and the Seahawks have five games remaining - including a contest with Perry's Gulls of Endicott on Tuesday, February 7th.

Elysabeth Jefferies '15 plays at Becker College where she has recorded two assists in 21 games at defense. The Hawks have three games left on their regular season schedule, and they will finish their season at Colby College on February 18th.

Sam Munroe '16 and Rachael Barry '15 round out Hebron's current women's ice hockey players at the college level. Munroe has one goal on the season as she has featured in 21 games for Castleton College this winter while Barry has one assist to her name at William Smith College.
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