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Brittany Wilson
Brittany  Wilson


Nepean, Ontario

High School:
St. Paul's



Last Team:
Ottawa Intermediate AA

AS A SENIOR • 2008-09
Graduates as the program's career leader in wins (51), saves (2,391), save percentage (.921) and goals-against average (2.22)...saw the most action of any goaltender on the roster with 28 games played...led the netminders with a career-best 1.96 GAA...finished the season with a 15-8-3 record, including 10 Hockey East victories...was an honorable mention to the All-Hockey East Team...matched career-high mark of five shutouts in a season...among the NCAA leaders in GAA (14th; 1.96), save percentage (18th; .920) and winning percentage (13th; .635), including fifth with her second-straight season of five shutouts...participated in the 2009 Frozen Four Skills Challenge...earned the 4-2 win at Minnesota State-Mankato (10/3) with 29 saves...stopped 27 No. 4/5 New Hampshire shots (10/15) and every attempt in UConn's first ever shootout...made 23 saves at Princeton (10/24) to record first shutout of the season...received the Pure Hockey Defensive Player of the Week award (10/27)...made 21 saves against Yale (11/29) in the Nutmeg Classic championship game...stopped 23 shots vs. No. 7/8 Boston College (12/5)...stopped 29 shots against No. 9/10 Harvard (12/14)...collected her second shutout of the season against Vermont, allowing one goal over the weekend series (1/3-4)...stopped 31 shots against Boston University (1/10) for her third shutout of the year...earned second Defensive Player of the Week Award after making 72 saves and going 1-1 against No. 4/4 Mercyhurst (1/16 & 17) ...recorded back-to-back shutouts at Northeastern (1/23 & 24)...earned ITECH Goaltender of the Month honors for January...made 24 saves in overtime win vs. Providence (2/1)...stopped every Maine shootout attempt (2/14)...allowed a combined eight goals against No. 5/5 New Hampshire (2/21 & 22), making 35 saves in the 1-1 series...received All-Academic Hockey East Honors.

AS A JUNIOR • 2007-08
Made 27 starts in 29 games played...named Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week twice (10/22 & 11/1)...made 688 saves and allowed 61 goals...averaged 2.32 goals per game...had a .919 save percentage with a 16-7-4 record...had six shutouts...recorded a season-high 37 saves against New Hampshire (3/1) ...named ITECH Goaltender of the Month for October and January...was named a Hockey East All-Academic All-Star...was also named a Hockey East Honorable Mention for the 2007-08 season.

AS A SOPHOMORE • 2006-07
Started 34 out of 35 games...named All-New England, first-team All-Hockey East, Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week five times, Hockey East Player of the Week once and also the conference Goaltender of the Month for January...had a 17-14-3 record with a 2.31 goals against average and .924 save percentage...recorded four shutouts, all coming in Hockey East play and three of them coming on the road...helped UConn to wins over three ranked teams...made 46 saves, including 10 in overtime, in 3-3 tie at No. 1 Mercyhurst (1/19)...named the National Defensive Player of the Week following a 52-save effort in a 2-2 tie at No. 4 New Hampshire (2/18).

AS A FRESHMAN • 2005-06
Saw action in seven games with six starts...named the Hockey East Rookie of the Month in January and the Defensive Player of the Week once (1/30)...had a 3-2-1 record with a 2.15 goals against average and a .918 save percentage...earned her first collegiate win by shutting out Niagara (1/8)...was the winning goalie in both ends of a home-and-home sweep of Northeastern (1/28-29), saving 47 out of 50 shots.

Graduated from St. Paul's in Nepean...Junior Female Athlete of the Year...Ontario Winter Games Gold Medalist...provincial Bronze Medalist...member of Team Ontario in 2003...a Silver Medalist in field hockey at Ontario Summer Games.

Brittany Elizabeth...daughter of Liz Wilson...born on Oct. 1, exercise science major.

Year GP-GS Min GA GAA SVS Sv% Record
2005-06 7-6 362:37 13 2.15 146 .918 3-2-1
2006-07 34-34 2053:37 80 2.34 968 .924 17-14-3
2007-08 29-27 1574:47 61 2.32 688 .919 16-7-4
2008-09 28-26 1561:31 51 1.96 589 .920 15-8-3
Career 98-93 5552:38 205 2.22 2391 .921 51-31-11