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Amy Hollstein
Amy  Hollstein


Pembroke, Mass.

High School:
Lawrence Academy




WHOC Cruises Past No. 9 Maine for Weekend Sweep

Huskies Blank Black Bears, 4-0.

AS A SENIOR • 2009-10 Received the Patti Babcock Award, chosen by the UConn coaches...concluded her collegiate career with a 16-point season, including eight goals and eight assists...among those selected to the Hockey East All-Tournament Team...had a shot on goal at No. 5 New Hampshire (10/3)...scored the gamewinner at No. 5 St. Lawrence (10/9)...scored the first shorthanded goal of her career at Brown (10/23)...scored the game-winning goal against Union (10/23)...assisted UConn's goal in 3-1 loss at No. 4 New Hampshire (10/31)...recorded four shots on goal at Maine (11/8)...had assists in back-to-back games against Quinnipiac (11/27) and at Yale (11/28) in the Nutmeg Classic...scored in the three-round shootout for the Hockey East win at Boston University (12/5)...tallied a goal in each game against Dartmouth (1/2 & 3)...scored 21 seconds into the Huskies' 4-1 victory at Vermont...had an assist on the power play against Maine (1/22)...had an assist in 4-1 victory over Providence (2/13)...scored the second shorthanded goal of her career in the Hockey East Quarterfinal win at Northeastern (2/27)...had a goal and an assist in the Huskies' 3-2 victory over Providence (3/6) in the Hockey East Tournament Semifinal.

AS A JUNIOR • 2008-09 Was third on the team with 28 points...matched career-best 13 goals season effort adding 15 assists...competed in every game of the season...acknowledged as the team's Most Valuable Player at the annual banquet...started the year with three points (2G, 1A) against Sacred Heart (9/27)...scored twice at Minnesota State-Mankato (10/3)...recorded a career-high three assists against Colgate (10/11)...scored against New Hampshire (10/15)...had a pair of assists at Vermont (10/18)...led the team with seven shots at Princeton (10/24), scoring the final goal of the 2-0 win...scored the game-winning goal on the power play against Maine (11/8)...led the team with six shots at Boston College (11/13)...had an assist against No. 10 Wayne State (11/29)...had one assist against No. 7/8 Boston College (12/5)...assisted the game-tying goal against No. 9/10 Harvard (12/14)...served as a team captain since the Vermont series (1/3-4)...collected a goal and an assist in the first game against the Catamounts (1/3)...scored the final goal of UConn's 4-0 victory over Northeastern (1/23)...had a goal and an assist vs. Providence (1/31 & 2/1)...scored in the shootout at Maine (2/14) to win the game...finished with an assist and power-play goal against No. 5/5 UNH (2/21 & 22).

AS A SOPHOMORE • 2007-08 Played in all 35 games...had a team third-best 22 points with 10 goals and 12 assists...recorded one power-play goal, two overtime goals and four game winning goals throughout the season...named Hockey East TPS Player of the week on Feb. 11.

AS A FRESHMAN • 2006-07 Saw action in all 35 games...had 13 goals and nine assists for 22 points...the 13 goals were third on the team and the 22 points ranked fourth...scored two power play goals, including the gamewinner, against Maine (10/21)...had four points in a weekend sweep of Wayne State (10/27-28)...scored a goal in each of the three games against Boston College (11/18, 12/2, 2/10)...had a goal and an assist in both the win over No. 4 Dartmouth (11/13) and the tie at No. 1 Mercyhurst (1/19)...had a goal and an assist at Maine (2/4).

BEFORE UConn Graduated from Lawrence Academy in Groton, Mass....helped her club team to the 2004 national championship...member of Lawrence Academy's 2005 ISL Championship team...ISL MVP in 2006 and a three-time All-League pick...named team MVP senior year...also lettered in cross country, field hockey and lacrosse...was Honorable Mention All-ISL in 2005 and 2006 in lacrosse.

PERSONAL Amy Marie...daughter of Rick and Mary Hollstein...has a brother, Ricky...born on July 15, English major.

Year GP G A Pts PP SH GW P-PIM +/-
2006-07 35 13 9 22 6 0 1 13-26 -4
2007-08 35 10 12 22 1 0 4 17-34 +2
2008-09 35 13 15 28 4 0 2 9-18 +5
2009-10 37 8 8 16 0 2 2 8-16 +5
Career 142 44 44 88 11 2 9 47-94 +8