Allison Saucier
Allison  Saucier


Rocky Hill, Conn.

High School:
Loomis Chaffee




UConn Cruises Past Siena to Keep the Dance Alive

Huskies take on Notre Dame in round two Friday


UConn Defeats East Carolina 3-1 in Quarterfinal Game

Huskies advance to semifinals to take on Cincinnati


Huskies End Perfect at Home

UConn closes out regular season with 2-1 win over SMU


UConn Hosts Cincinnati on Sunday

Huskies welcome back alumni for Alumni Day


UConn Remains Undefeated at Home with Shutout Over East Carolina

Huskies move to 11-2 overall after 3-0 victory on Thursday


UConn vs UCF Senior Day

UConn vs UCF Women's Soccer


UConn vs FSU

UConn vs FSU Women's Soccer

2014: Part of a half-by-half rotation in goal...started in 21 contests in net, finishing with a 0.98 GAA and a .761 save percentage...held an 8-3-2 record and helped to post 10 shutouts...All-Tournament Team at The American Championship...allowed no goals in 12 outings and one or less in 19 appearances...had a season-high five saves vs. No. 18 UCF (Oct. 19)...stopped five again in The American Championship title game at USF (Nov. 9).

Called into action in two games for Connecticut... recorded one save and did not relinquish a goal in 31:41 minutes of play...named to the 2013-14 American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team.

2012: Defended the UConn goal in eight games earning the start in six contests before suffering a season-ending injury... Notched a 4-2-1 record with a 1.56 goals against average after allowing 11 goals and registering 23 saves.

Before UConn: Four-year letterwinner at Loomis Chaffee where she earned All-State recognition and was a Western New England All-Star in 2011-12... Captained the Pelicans in 2011-12 season... Led her team to hoist the Founders League Championship trophy in 2008, 2009 and 2011... Also assisted her squad in becoming New England Finalists in 2008, 2009 and 2011.

Personal: Allison Jane is the daughter of Bob and Fail Saucier ... Has two sisters, Jacquelin and Jess, and one brother, Bobby ... A strength and conditioning major.