Moore and Stock Earn All-Ivy Honorable Mention
March 7, 2007
Providence, RI - Brown junior Hayley Moore (Wakefield, MA), the Ivy League's eighth-leading scorer, and sophomore Nicole Stock (Buffalo Grove, IL), the Bears' top goaltender this season, both earned All-Ivy Honorable Mention honors on Wednesday in a vote of the league's six head coaches.
Moore, the Bears' leading scorer with 20 goals and 36 points in 29 games, ranked 22nd in the country with 1.24 points per game and 15th with 0.69 goals per game. She also led the Bears with eight power-play goals, and three game-winning goals, and tied for the team lead in shorthanded goals (1), plus/minus (+2), and unassisted goals (3). She was also second on the team with 16 assists. She had a team-high 14-game point streak, during which she had 25 points, and also notched team highs with a five-game goal streak and three-game assist streak.
On Nov. 5 against Quinnipiac, Moore scored her first career hat trick. She twice tied her career high with four points (1/16 vs. Northeastern, 2/9 vs. Union), setting a career high with three assists against Union on Feb. 9.
Moore finished the season as Brown's 17th all-time leading scorer with 105 points. She notched her 100th point on Feb. 9 against Union. As a sophomore during the 2005-06 season, Moore was named Second Team All-ECACHL and First Team All-Ivy, after tallying 25 goals and 18 assists for 43 points in 33 games. Her freshman year, she was named an All-Ivy Honorable Mention.
Stock posted three shutouts for the Bears this season, and was twice-named ECACHL Goaltender of the Week. She played in 22 games, starting 20 including the last nine of the season and 17 of the last 21. Her record was 9-9-2, and she posted a goals-against average of 2.82 and a save percentage of .910.
The week of Jan. 15-21, Stock played in three games, making 56 saves and allowing one goal in 137:24, good for a .982 save percentage and 0.44 goals-against average. She posted a shutout against Cornell, and made 12 saves in almost seven-and-a-half minutes of relief against Colgate. The week of Feb. 5-11, she started all three Brown games, going 3-0. Stock made 70 saves in 181:35, posting a .972 save percentage and 0.66 goals-against average. Stock made 37 saves in a 2-0 loss to then-#2 New Hampshire in the Bears' season-opener on Oct. 20.
First Team All-Ivy
F - *Gillian Apps, Dartmouth (Sr., Unionville, Ont.)
F - *Julie Chu, Harvard (Sr., Fairfield, Conn.)
F - Katie Weatherston, Dartmouth (Sr., Thunder Bay, Ont.)
D - *Caitlin Cahow, Hartford (Jr., Vinalhaven, Maine)
D - Laura Watt, Princeton (Sr., Ajax, Ont.)
G - Carli Clemis, Dartmouth (So., Taber, Alberta)
* - Unanimous selection
Second Team All-Ivy
F - Sarah Parsons, Dartmouth (Fr., Dover, Mass.)
F - Cherie Piper, Dartmouth (Sr., Scarborough, Ont.)
F - Sarah Vaillancourt, Harvard (So., Sherbrooke, Quebec)
D - Dina McCumber, Princeton (Sr., North Tonawanda, N.Y.)
D - Helen Resor, Yale (Greenwich, Conn.)
G - Brittany Martin, Harvard (Torrance, Calif.)
F - Hayley Moore, Brown (Jr., Wakefield, Mass.); Kim Pearce, Princeton (Sr., Ottawa, Ont.)
D - Julia Bronson, Dartmouth (So., Arlington, Va.)
G - Nicole Stock, Brown (So., Buffalo Grove, Ill.)
Co-Players of the Year
F - Gillian Apps, Dartmouth (Sr., Unionville, Ont.)
F - Julie Chu (Sr., Fairfield, Conn)
Rookie of the Year
*Sarah Parsons, Dartmouth (Fr., Dover, Mass.)
* - Unanimous selection