7 Savannah Smith
Height: 5-3
Year: Senior
Hometown: Fort St. John, BC
High School: North Peace Secondary
Position: F

2007-08: Appeared in all 29 games at forward...Had the best +/- on the team with a +5 rating...Tallied one goal and five assists for six points on the season...Scored the game winning goal at Quinnipiac on January 11.

2006-07: Was named the team's Most Improved Player ... Tied for second on the Bears with nine goals ... Was also second on the team with five power-play goals and tied for second with two game-winning goals ... Led Brown with a .321 shot percentage, scoring her nine goals on 28 shots ... Blossomed in the season's final three weeks after being moved onto the Bears' top line, scoring six of her nine goals and four of her five assists in a four-game span from Feb. 3-10 ... Set career high against Connecticut on Feb. 7, scoring both Brown goals in a 2-1 overtime win ... Matched that feat two days later against Union, also setting career highs with two assists and four points ... Tallied the game-winning goal at Boston University on Dec. 5, a 3-1 Brown win.

2005-06: Recorded three goals and seven assists for a total of 10 points ... Tallied her first collegiate goal in the Bears' victory over Quinnipiac on Jan. 4, then scored again the following game against Princeton on Jan. 7 ... Had first two-point game against Union on Jan. 20, tallying a goal and an assist.

Before Brown: Selected to the British Columbia All-Star team that placed fourth in the Esso Women's Nationals in 2005 ... Help lead BC Outback to an undefeated season in 2004-05, leading the team in goals for the second straight season ... Recorded seven points in three games during the AAA provincials ... Named captain of the first-place Northern BC Midget team in the winter games in 2003 ... Received Honor Roll throughout high school.

Personal: Savannah Nicole Smith is the daughter of Mallory and Bonnie Smith of Fort St, John, British Columbia ... Siblings include brother Brandon and sister Julia ... Concentrating in Psychology.

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