The Huskies are hoping to make back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances
Testa was a key factor in rise of program to NCAA tournament team.
O'Reilly & Nee lift Huskies to win over Notre Dame
Kahn registers four goals in 15-4 victory over Golden Eagles
Huskies welcome Marquette on Friday at 7 p.m., Notre Dame on Sunday at noon
2012: Started all 16 games as a junior goalkeeper... Named BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week in back-to-back weeks to open the season... Finished the season with a 10-6 record to go with a 11.00 goals against average and a .462 save percentage... .462 save percentage ranked third in the BIG EAST Conference... Recorded a career-high 16 saves in the season-opening victory against Iona... Finished the season with six games with 10-plus saves... Led the team with 35 ground balls.
2011: Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (Apr 4)... started all 16 games in net for the Huskies... recorded a .412 save percentage with 127 saves... registered a season-high 12 saves at Holy Cross (Mar 9) and again vs. Georgetown (Apr 1)... allowed 181 goals for an 11.88 goals against average... recorded nine wins on the season to claim the second most all-time in UConn history.
2010: Spent just under six minutes in the cage against Canisius (2/28)...made one save and allowed two goals in 14:33 minutes of action at Rutgers (4/3).
Before UConn: Led Kimball Union Academy to three-consecutive Lakes Region titles...three-time New England Prep School All-Star (2006, '07 , '08)...was named to the CNEGLI All-Tournament Team and NEPL All-Star as a sophomore...selected to the UNE First-Team at the National Tournament in 2007 and 2008...an Elite 300 All-Star as a junior...played three years of varsity soccer...captained Team Vermont ice hockey as a junior...member of the ice hockey team for four years.
Personal: Brittney Testa...daughter of Glenn and Karen Testa...born on May 21, 1989.
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