23 - Emilie Bydwell
Emilie Bydwell
Height: 5-11
Year: Senior
Hometown: Montreal, QUE
High School: The Hotchkiss School
Position: F
2006-07: Was once again one of the Bears' top penalty killers ... Recorded her first career assist against Princeton on Nov. 4 on Brown's lone goal ... Recorded another assist against Cornell on Jan. 20 ... Received the Alli McMillan '74 Award as the team's unsung hero.2005-2006: Became one of the anchors of the Brown penalty kill ... Recipient of the team's Chelsea McMillan '98 Award for pride and perseverance.2004-2005: Recorded first collegiate goal in ECAC Quarterfinals against St. Lawrence on March 6.Before Brown: Participated on Hotchkiss' 2004 New England Quarterfinal team ... Played on Connecticut Polar Bears U-19 AA team that finished second at Nationals ... Also lettered in track & field at Hotchkiss ... Named captain and MVP three consecutive years from 2000-2002 at Miss Edgars's and Miss Cramp's school ... Was a three sport athlete at ECS ... Lettered in rugby, soccer and hockey ... Captained the rugby and soccer teams both 2001 and 2002 ... Received the MVP award for Rugby in 2001 and 2002 ... Received the Team Player Award for her play in soccer 2001-2002 ... Awarded Dedication to Athletics and Athletic Guild Award at ECS ... Graduated with Cum Laude Honors.Personal: Emilie Gwynne Bydwell is the daughter of Glenn and Jennifer Bydwell of Montreal, QC ... Has a sister, Charlotte ... Also plays rugby at Brown, and is a member of the USA Rugby U-23 and U-23 Sevens teams ... Has competed for the United States in tournaments in New Zealand and the Caribbean ... Was a First Team All-American for the Brown Women'sRugby Club in 2007 ... Concentrating in Human Biology.
Year      GP   G  A  PTS PPG SHG Pen/Min2004-05   32   1  0   1   0   0    1/22005-06   33   0  0   0   0   0    3/62006-07   27   0  2   2   0   0    2/4Total     92   1  2   3   0   0    6/12