Five Women's Icers Named All-Ivy
March 1, 2006
The women's ice hockey team placed five members of this season's squad on All-Ivy teams. Senior Myria Heinhuis (Chatham, ONT) and sophomore Hayley Moore (Wakefield, MA) earned First Team Honors, while seniors Ashlee Drover (Bay Roberts, NF) and Keaton Zucker (Gilford, NH) were selected to the Second Team and sophomore goalie O'Hara Shipe (Anchorage, AK) received Honorable Mention.
Heinhuis the backbone of the Bear's defense this season, has been a force in the defensive zone for Brown all four years, but has made her presence known in the offensive zone the last two seasons. Ranking third among defenders in scoring this season tallying five points on five assist, the 5'11 defender has never missed a game or practice in her four year career and has recorded eight goals and 39 assists for 47 points in 124 appearances. Heinhuis has been named to the All-Ivy Second Team last year.
The second year forward, Moore has been producing since she step foot on College Hill last season. Leading the team in points (37), goals (21) and assists (16), Moore stands in tenth place in the Ivy League, with eight points on five goals and three assists. Last season Moore was named to the All-Ivy Rookie Team.
Zucker continues to climb up Brown All-Time Leading Scorers List currently ranking sixteenth with 102 points on 42 goals and 60 assists during her four year career. Zucker has been explosive on offense when facing Ivy opponents this season notching six goals and two assists for eight points. Zucker is tied in tenth for points and her six goals put her fourth in the League.
Drover has also added an offensive dynamic to her play this season recording thirteen points on two goals and eleven assists, third best on the Bears. This is the highest points total for the Newfoundland native in a season. For her career Drover stands at eight goals and 30 assists for 38 points in 116 games.
Shipe, who has played the majority of minutes between the pipes this season, has recorded 448 saves with a .924 save percentage and a 2.16 GAA. For her career, Shipe has 777 saves, a .917 save percentage, a 2.23 GAA.