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Dartmouth's Haggard named ECAC-North Player of the Year

Posted 03/14/02

CAPE COD, Mass. -- Carly Haggard of Dartmouth has been named ECAC-North Player of the Year, by vote of the conference's nine head coaches.

  • Haggard, a Kazmaier Award finalist, led the league with 38 points on 25 goals and 13 assists in 16 regular-season games. Her conference rate of 2.38 points per game was also best in the nation.
  • Haggard also was named ECAC-North first team. Joining her in that honor is St. Lawrence goaltender Rachel Barrie, who was named goalie of the year after compiling a 1.74 goals against average and a .923 save percentage en route to an 11-3 record.
  • Rounding out the first team are forwards Kristy Zamora of Brown and Gina Kingsbury of St. Lawrence and defenders Aviva Grumet-Morris of Princeton and Cassie Turner of Brown.
  • Harvard's Nicole Corriero was honored as rookie of the year after racking up 18 goals and 16 assists for 34 points in 16 games. She finished second in conference scoring behind Haggard.
  • Princeton's Jeff Kampersal was named coach of the year after leading an improved
  • Tiger squad to a 10-6-0 conference record and home ice in the playoffs.
  • Cornell's Dianna Bell was chosen as the 2002 recipient of the Sarah Devens Award. The award is given to the player in the ECAC that demonstrates leadership and commitment both on and off the ice, and after her playing career was cut short by injury, she instead committed herself to the Cornell team as a student coach.
  • The ECAC-North features teams from Brown, Colgate, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Princeton, St. Lawrence, Vermont and Yale. Each school boasts a strong hockey tradition and several of the programs have been among the nation's elite for years.
  • In 2001, Dartmouth, Harvard and St. Lawrence all participated in the inaugural NCAA Championship.

FIRST TEAM
Forward - Kristy Zamora Brown Sr.
Forward - Carly Haggard Dartmouth Jr.
Forward - Gina Kingsbury St. Lawrence So.
Defense - Cassie Turner Brown Jr.
Defense - Aviva Grumet-Morris Princeton Sr.
Goalie - Rachel Barrie St. Lawrence So

SECOND TEAM
Forward - Kristin King Dartmouth Sr.
Forward - Kalen Ingram Harvard Jr.
Forward - Nicole Corriero Harvard Fr.
Defense - Meghan Maguire St. Lawrence Sr.
Defense - Brooke Bestwick Cornell Jr.
Goalie - Pam Dreyer Brown Jr.

HONORABLE MENTION
Forward - Gretchen Anderson Princeton So.
Defense - Louise Pietrangelo Dartmouth So.
Defense - Jamie Hagerman Harvard Jr.
Goalie - Amy Ferguson Dartmouth Jr.

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM
Forward - Jessica Link Brown Fr.
Forward - Cheryl Setchell Colgate Fr.
Forward - Nicole Corriero Harvard Fr.
Defense - Ashley Banfield Harvard Fr.
Defense - Katherine Maglione Princeton Fr.
Goalie - Rebecca Lahar Colgate Fr.

PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Carly Haggard - Dartmouth Jr.

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
Nicole Corriero - Harvard Fr.

GOALIE OF THE YEAR
Rachel Barrie - St. Lawrence So.

SARAH DEVENS AWARD
Dianna Bell - Cornell Sr.

COACH OF THE YEAR
Jeff Kampersal - Princeton

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