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    Alexandra Garcia
    83 Alexandra Garcia
    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Point-Claire, Que.

    Height:
    5-5

    Position:
    Goaltender

    Last Team:
    Dawson College - CEGEP

    04/13/2012

    UConn Club To Honor 15 As Outstanding Senior Scholar-Athletes

    Group to receive awards at 59th annual dinner on Monday night in Storrs

    02/18/2012

    Huskies Fall Short of Upset Bid Against No. 9 BU

    Garcia Makes 41 Stops in "Senior Day" OT Loss

    02/17/2012

    Huskies Host No. 9/10 BU on Senior Day

    Playoff Spot Comes Down to Final Weekend for Women's Hockey

    02/12/2012

    Huskies Swept by No. 6 Boston College

    UConn Women's Hockey Falls 6-2

    02/11/2012

    Huskies Shutout by Visiting Boston College

    UConn Honors Hockey East All-Decade Team

    11/30/2011

    Women's Ice Hockey vs. Quinnipiac

    WIH vs. Quinnipiac @ Nutmeg Classic (11/25)

    AS A SENIOR • 2011-12
    Named the Hockey East's Distinguished Scholar and was honored as the goaltender on the league's Academic All-Star Team...started 18 games in goal as a senior and appeared in 20 total...recorded 541 saves for a .911 save percentage and 3.03 goals against average in her final season between the pipes for UConn...posted 30 saves or more in 10 games...totaled 38 saves in a 3-3 tie at Clarkson (10/9)...recorded 50 saves, the second most in a single game in program history, at No. 5 Boston University (11/19)...posted back-to-back games with 41 saves in the final two games of her career at No. 9 Boston University (2/18-19)...finished her career ranked second at UConn in career saves with 2,309...tied for first in career save percentage at .921 and ranks second in GAA (2.26), shutouts (11) and third in wins (29).

    AS A JUNIOR • 2010-11
    Named the Hockey East Player of the Year Runner-Up and a WHEA Second Team All-Star after posting 903 saves, a .921 save percentage and a 2.60 goals against average during the season...through Hockey East contests only, was second among conference goalies with a .943 save percentage, third with a 1.79 GAA and fourth with a winning percentage of .525...the 903 saves marked the most by any Hockey East goalie this season, while it also marked the second highest season total by a UConn goalie in program history...tabbed the WHEA Goaltender of the Month for November after helping the Huskies to a 5-1-0 record...tallied 139 saves and a .959 save percentage during the month and notched two shutouts...registered 30 or more saves during 16 contests, including a career-high of 43 in a 1-1 tie against Northeastern (2/20)...recorded her 1,000th career save in a 41-save effort at No. 4 Minnesota Duluth (10/23)...posted at least 30 saves in four consecutive games; 41 at Minnesota Duluth (10/23), 35 at Minnesota Duluth (10/24), 36 against No. 8 Boston College (10/30) and 36 at BC (10/31)...received Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week honors after leading the Huskies to back-to-back victories over New Hampshire (11/13-14), including their first win in Durham since 2001...was once again honored by the conference as the defensive player of the week after posting back-to-back shutouts over Vermont (1/14-15), combining for 56 saves...tabbed defensive player of the week for consecutive weeks after leading UConn to a season sweep of Maine (1/21-22) and becoming just the second UConn goalie to post more than 10 shutouts in their career, notching a 31-save shutout against the Black Bears...posted 41 saves in a 3-2 loss to No. 7 Boston College (2/4)...picked up the final defensive player of the week accolade following a 76-save weekend against Northeastern (2/19-20), leading the Huskies to a No. 4 seed in the Hockey East Tournament...named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.

    AS A SOPHOMORE • 2009-10
    Was a Hockey East Honorable Mention and selected to the All-Hockey East Academic Team...ended the season seventh in the NCAA with a program single-season record 1.60 goals-against average and fifth with a program-best six shutouts...fourth in the nation with a .931 save-percentage...between the pipes for a program-best 18 wins, including 10 conference victories...made 27 saves at No. 5 New Hampshire (10/4)...made 22 saves at Northeastern (10/5), allowing just one goal in regulation...earned first win of the season with 13 saves at No. 5 St. Lawrence (10/9)...stopped 23 shots at No. 7 Clarkson (10/10)...made 16 saves in 4-1 win over Union (10/24)...stopped 23 shots to preserve 1-1 tie vs. Providence (11/1)...turned away a career-best 29 shots in 7-2 win at Maine (11/8)...posted first career shutout in 0-0 tie with Boston College (11/14)...did not allow a goal in the first game of the Nutmeg Classic against Quinnipiac (11/27)...received the Laurie Bellevue Award for the goalie with the best save percentage at the Nutmeg Classic...made 29 saves in finale of 1-1-0 week vs. Boston University (12/5)... received Defensive Player of the Week Honors (12/7)...topped her career-best effort with 35 saves at Harvard (12/8)...pulled in Defensive Player of the Week Honors for the second-straight week...turned aside 28 shots to preserve the tie against Dartmouth (1/3)...allowed just two goals in two games at Vermont (1/16 & 17)...gave up just one goal in each game against Maine (1/22 & 23)...made 24 saves in three-straight games (1/29-2/6), posting consecutive shutouts against Boston University (1/29) and Vermont (1/30)...named the Bauer Goaltender of the Month for January...battled to her sixth shutout of the year with an 18-save performance against Northeastern (2/21)...turned aside 20 shots in the Hockey East Quarterfinal at Northeastern (2/27)...named Defensive Player of the Week on March 1...just three saves shy of her career-high with 32 saves against Providence (3/6) in the Semifinal game of the Hockey East Tournament (3/6)...turned aside 31 shots in the championship game against Boston University (3/7).

    AS A FRESHMAN • 2008-09
    Was in the crease in nine games of her rookie season...started six contests, including four Hockey East contests...played 20 minutes against Sacred Heart (9/27) and made five saves...earned the win in her first career start against Colgate (10/10)...made 27 saves against No. 7/6 St. Lawrence (10/11)...started at Princeton (10/25), stopping 11 shots in 32:09 minutes played...stepped in the crease after the first period at No. 5/6 Boston College (11/13), finishing the game with 15 saves...allowed one goal, making 18 saves against Providence (11/16)...stepped in the crease at No. 5/5 New Hampshire (2/22) and made four saves in 11:23 minutes played...stopped 20 shots in Hockey East Quarterfinal game at Providence (2/28)...named to the All-Academic Hockey East Team.

    BEFORE UConn
    Attended Dawson College...led her team to the finals in the 2005 Canadian Championship in British-Columbia (2005)...was named the Player of the Game in the semifinals and finals...bronze medalist in the Canada Games in Yukon (2007)...won the collegiate championship with a 34-0-0 record with the Dawson Blues in 2006-07.

    PERSONAL
    Alexandra Garcia...daughter of Marc Garcia and Chantal Labelle...has one brother, Jonathan...born on June 13, 1989...a dual major in management and actuarial science.

    Year GP-GS Min GA GAA SVS Sv% Record
    2008-09 9-6 402:29 14 2.09 147 .913 1-4-1
    2009-10 33-33 1993:11 53 1.60 718 .931 18-8-7
    2010-11 31-30 1779:35 77 2.60 903 .921 10-17-3
    2011-12 20-18 1048:42 53 3.03 541 .911 0-13-4
    Career 93-77 5224:09 197 2.26 2309 .921 29-42-15