2005-06 Amherst Women's Hockey Milestones


  • Finished with a 10-15 overall record (6-10 NESCAC), qualifying for the fifth seed in the eight-team NESCAC Postseason Championship Tournament, where they fell at fourth-seeded Colby College, 4-2, in the quarterfinals.


    Senior Defender Bethany Croy (Belmont, MA)
  • NESCAC Winter All-Academic.

    Senior Forward Leah Kaplan (Buffalo, NY)
  • NESCAC Winter All-Academic.

    Senior Defender Amanda Mattei (Windsor, CT)
  • NESCAC Winter All-Academic.

    Junior Defender Rachel Simon (West Orange, NJ)
  • Tied for ninth in the NESCAC in defenseman scoring (.48 ppg).

    Junior Goaltender Lindsay Grabowski (Princeton, NJ)
  • NESCAC Winter All-Academic.

    Junior Forward Meg Dickoff (Minnetonka, MN)
  • NESCAC Winter All-Academic

    Junior Forward Kirsten Forsberg (Kenilworth, IL)
  • NESCAC Winter All-Academic

    Sophomore Goaltender Stacey Johnston (Kingston, Ontario)
  • Sixth in the NESCAC in winning percentage (.391), sixth in goals against average (3.16 gaa), seventh in save percentage (.890).
  • Named NESCAC Player of the Week for the period ending January 30, after collecting 82 saves while allowing just three goals as Amherst downed St. Anselm, Trinity and Hamilton.

    First-Year Forward Lindsey Harrington (Westford, MA)
  • Finished 28th in the nation in goal scoring (.60 gpg) and 51st in overall scoring (1.00 ppg).
  • Eighth in the NESCAC in goal scoring (.60 gpg), tied for 14th in overall scoring (1.00 ppg), tied seventh in power-play points (.40 ppg), tied for sixth in power-play goals (.20 gpg), tied for sixth in short-handed goals (.04 gpg), fourth in rookie scoring (1.00 ppg).
  • Named NESCAC Player of the Week for the period ending January 9, after picking up a pair of goals and three assists in the Jeffs' matchups with Hamilton and Trinity.

    First-Year Forward Tarasai Karega (Detroit, MI)
  • Was the 2006 Division III Statistical Champion in power-play goals. Led the nation with nine scores (.38 gpg).
  • Third in the nation in short-handed goals (.12 gpg), 18th in goal scoring (.67 gpg) and 72nd in overall scoring (.88 ppg).
  • Fifth in the NESCAC in goal scoring (.67 gpg), tied for 18th in overall scoring (.88 ppg), tied for fifth in power-play points (.50 ppg), second in short-handed goals (.12 gpg), third in short-handed points (.12 ppg) and seventh in rookie scoring (.88 ppg).

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