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Leah Lum
Leah  Lum


Richmond, British Columbia

High School:
Hugh McRoberts Secondary



Last Team:
Pacific Steelers


UConn Edged by Northeastern, 2-1, in WHEA Championship

Improbable Postseason Run Ends for the Huskies.


UConn Upsets No. 3 Boston College, Advances to WHEA Final

Third-Ever Trip to Hockey East Championship Game.


Huskies Face Top-Seeded Boston College in WHEA Semifinals

Puck drop on Saturday at 1:30 p.m.


Three Players Earn WHEA Season Awards

Colangelo, Lum and Snodgrass Take Home Honors.


PLAYOFF PREVIEW: Huskies Meet the Friars

Hockey East Quarterfinals at Schneider Arena.


Senior Awards Reception

Senior Awards Reception (photo by Stephen Slade)


UCONN vs BC Hockey East Semifinal

UCONN vs BC (photo by Stephen Slade)


UCONN vs Providence

UCONN vs Providence (photo by Stephen Slade)


UCONN vs Merrimack

UCONN vs Merrimack (photo by Stephen Slade)


UCONN vs Maine

UCONN vs Maine (photo by Stephen Slade)

2017-18: Played in all 39 games, ranking fourth in goals (10), first in assists (20) and second in points (30)…Posted nine goals and 10 assists in conference play…Served as alternate captain during the season…Selected for Hockey East Sportsmanship Award at season’s end…Earned WHEA Player of the Week on Feb. 5…Recorded her 100th career point on a goal against Merrimack in the regular-season finale (Feb. 17)…Became only the third player in program history to reach 100 points…Finishes her UConn career sixth in goals (42), second in assists (60) and third in points (102)…Seven multi-point games, including three assists in a 3-1 win over Northeastern (Feb. 2)…Scored two goals in 4-0 win over Maine (Jan. 27)…Season-long point streak of seven games (Sept. 30-Nov. 3)…Posted two assists in 4-2 upset win over Boston College in the Hockey East semifinals.

2016-17: Team's leading scorer with 18 goals, 11 assists and 29 total points in her 35 appearances...Named 2017 Arthur Ashe, Jr. Sports Scholar Award recipient for women's ice hockey...Selected Hockey East Player of the Week on Jan. 30...Took 113 shots, posting the team's second-highest shot percentage of .159...Finished the season +4, third-best on UConn...Ranked 19th in point scoring and tied for fifth in goal scoring in the Hockey East...Tied for seventh all-time in program history for goals in a single season (18)...Six multi-goal games, including team-best four game-winners...Tallied two goals in wins over Rensselaer, Penn State, Merrimack and Vermont.

Skated in all 37 games and finished third on the team in overall points with 23…her 10 goals tied her for second on the team and 13 assists were the second-most of any player…had one assist against Colgate (Oct. 18)…scored her first goal of the season, the game-winner, in a 1-0 decision against Penn State (Oct. 24)…assisted Brittany Berisoff’s game-winning goal against Merrimack (Nov. 7) and Leah Buress’ game-winner at Maine (Nov. 22)…tallied a season-high three points on two occasions, the first at Vermont (Jan. 30) and then versus UNH in game two of the Hockey East quarterfinals (Feb. 27).

Played in all 37 contests as a freshman...Hockey East All-Rookie Team in scoring among WHEA freshmen and defensemen...finished the year with four goals and 15 assists to total 19 points...fired 64 shots and blocked 41...opened her career with a goal and two assists for a three-point outing vs. No. 10 Minnesota Duluth (Sept. 26)...scored and was a +2 vs. Maine (Oct. 31)...dished out three assists over a two-game sweep of Vermont (Jan. 10 and 11)...posted three assists for the lone playmaker a UConn skater recorded on the year at Maine (Feb. 22).

Before UConn: Played club hockey with the Richmond Ravens Female Hockey Association...was also a member of the Pacific Steelers...captained the RRFH midget A team in 2012-13...competed for the National U-18 British Columbia team in 2012 and 2013...scored two goals in four games at the 2013 National Championships...also ran track and played basketball and soccer in high school.

Personal: Leah Tamara Lum...Daughter of Randy and Debbie Lum...Has one brother, Trevor...Sport management major.