Malone becomes the 10th player to earn All-America recognition for the field hockey program all-time.
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The Friars and Terriers will square off on Wednesday, Oct. 8 at 4 p.m.
Friars will face Vermont on Aug. 29 and Lock Haven on Aug. 30.
Malone, Tietze and Bernasconi represent the Friars as preseason honorees.
As a Junior: Started all 21 of the Friars' games at forward...Led the team in goals (16) and points (33)... Recorded one assist on the season...Her 16 goals marked the most scored by a Friar in a single season since Karen Krawchuk notched 24 during the 1989 campaign... Five of her 16 goals were game winners... Forty-eight of her 69 total shots were on goal... Scored eight goals during BIG EAST regular-season play and finished tied for fourth in points (16), tied for third in goals (eight), and tied for fourth in points per game (2.67) in league action...Scored at least one goal in five of six league games... Notched five multiple-goal games, including her first career hat trick against Georgetown on October 26... Became the ninth Friar in program history to earn All-America honors as a member of the Longstreth/NFHCA Division I All-America Third Team...All-BIG EAST First-Team selection...NFHCA Division I All-Northeast Region First-Team selection...Named Providence College Female Athlete of the Year for Team Sports...Earned the program's "Pride Is An All-The-Time-Thing Award" for the second-straight year... BIG EAST Academic All-Star and NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad selection... Finished season ranked ninth all-time in career scoring (80 points) and tied for seventh in career goals (35)... Played for the New England Team at the Women's High Performance National Championship in Virginia Beach (6/09)...Finished as the tournament's top scorer with five goals in six games.
As a Sophomore: Started all 22 games...Finished second on the team in points (22)...Tied for first on the team in goals scored (nine)...Added four assists on the year...Registered two game-winning goals in games against Dartmouth (9/9) and #10 Boston College (10/3)...Notched a season-high five points against Brown (10/30) with two goals and one assist...Recorded seven multiple-point games...Named to the All-BIG EAST and NFHCA Divison I All-Northeast Region First Teams...Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll on 10/1...Earned the team's "Pride Is An All-The-Time-Thing Award"...Selected to play for the New England Team at the Women's High Performance National Championship in Virginia Beach (6/08)...Scored two goals, including one in the championship game as New England captured the national title...BIG EAST Academic All-Star.
As a Freshman: Played 22 games and made 21 appearances in the starting line-up...Finished second on the team in scoring with 25 points on 10 goals and five assists...Led the team with five game-winning goals...Scored the first goal of her career in the Friars', 1-0, victory against Lock Haven (8/26)...Named BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week on October 23... Earned BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll accolades twice (8/28 and 9/25)...BIG EAST Academic All-Star.
In High School: A three-sport athlete in field hockey, ice hockey and softball...Attended Messalonskee High School from 2001-2003 and St. Mark's School from 2003-2006...In field hockey at St. Mark's she totaled 51 goals and 21 assists for 123 career points...Three-time ISL All-League selection (2003-05) and two-time MVP (2004-05)...Named ISL MVP in 2005......Led team to ISL Championship (2004)...Finished runner-up (2003, 2005).
Personal: Born May 13, 1987...Daughter of Kim and Tom Poulin...Has two sisters, Liz and Britt ...Biology major.
CAREER STATISTICS / HONORS GP/GS SHT G A PTS 2006 22/21 54 10 5 25 2007 22/22 69 9 4 22 2008 21/21 69 16 1 33 TOTALS 65/64 192 35 10 80
Longstreth/NFHCA Division I All-America 2008 (Third Team) All-BIG EAST 2007, 2008 (First Team) U.S. National Championship (HPTC New England) 2008, 2009 Preseason All-BIG EAST Selection 2008 NFHCA All-Northeast Region 2007, 2008 (First Team) BIG EAST Academic All-Star 2006, 2007, 2008
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