8 Sonny Watrous
    Sonny Watrous

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Albuquerque, N.M.

    High School:
    North American Hockey Academy

    Height / Weight:
    5-8 / 155

    Position:
    Forward

    Birthdate:
    05/17/1985


    01/29/2014

    No. 7 Men's Hockey To Host No. 2 Boston College

    The Friars and Eagles close out their regular-season series on Friday night at Schneider Arena.

    10/23/2013

    Top-10 Showdown At Schneider As No. 8 Men's Hockey Hosts No. 3 Miami

    The two-game series begina at 5:20 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 25

    AT PROVIDENCE: 2005-06... Started in all 35 games as a junior for the Friars... Finished second on the team with a career-high 40 points (19 goals, 21 assists)... Had a six-game scoring streak (2/4/06-2/19/06).... Had a career-high 14 multi-point games... Scored a season-high four points (one goal, three assists) in the 5-3 win over Brown in the Mayor's Cup... Named HOCKEY EAST Player of the Week (11/28/05)... Named HOCKEY EAST Second Team All-Star...Became one of 27 Friars to reach the cenutry club with 100 career points with the game's first goal in the 6-1 win over Boston University (2/11/06)... 2004-2005 ... Played in 33 games as a sophomore for the Friars ... Finished third on the team in scoring with 39 points (21 goals, 18 assists) ... Had 10 multi-point games ... Had a nine-game point streak (11/27/04-1/16/05) ...Tallied five points (2 goals, three assist) in a contest versus Boston College in the HOCKEY EAST Tournament (3/12/05) ... Scored her first career hat trick in a 5-4 loss to Niagara (1/9/05) ... Finished second among the Friars in game winning goals (four) ... Finished the season with a plus/minus rating of +21 ... She was awarded HOCKEY EAST Player of the Week Honors twice (10/25/04, 1/10/05) ... Was selected to the 2005 HOCKEY EAST All-Tournament Team ... She participated for the first time at the 2004 U.S. Women's National Festival Under-22 Team ... 2003-04 ... Played in 34 games as a freshman for the Friars ... Tied for fourth on the team in scoring with 27 points (16 goals, 11 assists) ... Finished third on the team in goals with 16 ... Ranked 11th in the nation in points per game for a rookie ... Ranked 33rd in the nation in goals per game (.47) and tied for 16th in power play goals (.18) ... Recorded her first career point versus Princeton (11/16/03) on an assist ... Recorded her first career goal, the game winner, versus Connecticut (1/16/04) ... Had eight multi-point games ... Had four games with two goals (1/16/04, 2/1/04, 2/8/04, 3/10/04) ... Notched a three point game versus Maine in a 5-0 victory on two goals and one assist ... Had a nine game point scoring streak ... Finished the season with a plus/minus rating of + 18 ... Named 2004 HOCKEY EAST Rookie of the Year ... Named to the 2004 HOCKEY EAST All-Rookie Team ... Named to the 2004 HOCKEY EAST All-Tournament Team ... Named HOCKEY EAST Player of the Week (1/19/04) ... Three time HOCKEY EAST Rookie of the Week (2/2/04, 3/15/04, 3/22/04) ... HOCKEY EAST Rookie of the Month (3/2/04).

    BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played at the North American Hockey Academy from 2000-03 ... Scored 70 goals and added 96 assists in 144 games with the NAHA ... Captained the team in 2002-03 ... Team MVP in 2001-02 and 2002-03 seasons ... Top point scorer for NAHA 2000-03 ... Attended Jr. National Camp in Lake Placid 2001-03 ... Attended Rocky Mountain District Camp from 1999-03 ... National Honor Society member for two years ... Academic letter winner junior year and Academic Bar member senior year.

    PERSONAL: NAME: Sondra J. Watrous BIRTHDATE: May 17, 1985 FAMILY: Daughter of Suzanne and John Watrous; has a younger sister, Taylor. MAJOR: Undeclared

    CAREER HOCKEY STATISTICS
    YEAR	GP	G	 A	PTS	PIM	PP	SH	GWG
    03-04	34	16	11	27	10/20	6	0	3
    HE	20	14	10	24	5/10	5	0	1
    04-05	33	21	18	39	20/40	2	0	4
    HE	16	7	10	17	6/12	1	0	2
    Total	67	37	29	66	30/60	8	0	7
    Conf.	36	21	20	41	11/22	6	0	3
    05-06	35	19	21	40	16/32	8	1	5
    HE	21	14	11	25	7/14	6	1	3
    Total	102	56	50	106	46/92	16	1	12
    Conf.	57	35	33	66	18/36	12	1	6