25 - Meredith Ostrander
Meredith Ostrander
Height: 6-1
Year: Senior
Hometown: Prescott, Ontario
High School: South Greeville
Position: Forward
2000-2001: Meredith Ostrander has the hardest slap shot on the team, and also has exceptionally soft hands...As a junior, Ostrander played in all 29 games...Recorded 9-10-19 totals.

1999-2000: Played in 28 games as a sophomore, missing four in mid-season due to appendicitis ... Notched two assists and six goals, including one short-handed and one gamewinner ...Participated in the Canadian Olympic Development Camp during the summer.

1998-99: Ostrander made an immediate impact by scoring a goal in Brown's opening game of the year against Northeastern ...Earned Ivy League Rookie of the Week twice: Nov. 30 (after 1-2--3 totals against UNH and Colby) and Jan. 25 (notching 1-2-3 totals against Colby) ... She also earned a Sakuma Award for her presence at all Brown practices and games.

Before Brown: Ostrander played with the Brockville Angels "AAA" team ... She was selected to play in the league All-Star game ... Prior to this, she was a stand-out for the Cornwall Whirlwinds Midget "A" team of the OWHL and a member of 1997 Team Ontario ... Also a volleyball, soccer and basketball stand-out at South Grenville High School, while her softball team was the Provincial Champion.

Personal: Meredith Lindsay Ostrander is the daughter of Mike and Bea Ostrander of Prescott, Ontario...Brother, Jon, 24, is a 1997 graduate of Algonquin College in Ottawa ... Concentrating in Anthropology.