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  Jennifer Cote

Jennifer  Cote

Player Profile


Raynham, Mass.

High School:




2005: An Academic All-MAC selection ... Finished the season with 102 saves and four shutouts ... Ended her career with 375 stops ... Made a career-high 18 saves in season-opener at Northeastern (8/27) ... Saved eight shots in first win of the season at Providence (8/28) ... Named MAC Defensive Player of the Week (8/29) ... Made five saves vs. Maryland (8/30) ... Named MAC Defensive Player of the Week Sept. 5 ... Stopped four shots versus Maine (9/9) ... Made three saves against Albany (9/11) ... Credited with five saves at No. 12 Indiana (9/17) ... Made nine stops and allowed just one goal in win at Ball State (9/23) ... Stopped seven shots in win at Miami (9/24) ... Named MAC Defensive Player of the Week Sept. 26 ... Posted her first shutout of the season at Missouri State (10/1) ... Put up second-straight shutout at St. Louis (10/2) ... Saved four shots vs. Central Michigan (10/8) ... Made six stops vs. Kent State (10/9) ... Saved two shots in a shutout vs. Ball State (10/14) ... Notched five stops vs. Miami (10/15) ... Recorded her fourth shutout of the season vs. Missouri State (10/21) ... Made four saves at Central Michigan (10/29) ... Recorded five stops at No. 15 Michigan State (10/30).

2004: With 181 saves, finished her junior season sixth in Ohio's record books for goalie saves in a season ... Started all 22 games between the pipes for the Bobcats ... Posted the highest save percentage, .751, of her career ... Made seven saves, in her seventh win of the season in the MAC quarterfinals versus Ball State ... posted her sixth win of the season, a 3-2 OT decision in the final regular season game, making eight saves in net ... Made six saves to help the Bobcats top Louisville 3-2, for her fifth win of the season (10/23/04) ... Put her fourth win in the books, with an eight save effort in the Bobcats' 3-2 victory over Ball State, Oct. 9, 2004 ... Gained her third win of the season off an eleven-save effort versus Miami, Oct. 1 ... Picked up her second win of the season, a 2-1 victory over UNH (09/18/04) ... For the period of Aug 28- Sept. 14, was ranked third in the nation for saves with 52 ... Matched her career high 13 stops against California (09/11/04) ... MAC Defensive Player of the Week, for the period of Aug. 23-29 ... Stopped a career-high 13 shots against William & Mary Aug. 28.

2003: In her second season, appeared in 19 games for the Bobcats - playing 1211:03 minutes between the pipes ... Made a career-high 12 stops at No. 7 Michigan on Sept. 12 ... Posted her first shutout of the season against Southwest Missouri State on Sept. 20 ... Earned MAC Defensive Player-of-the-Week honors for the first time in her career on Sept. 22 ... Recorded back-to-back shutouts against Ball State (October 4) and No. 20 Louisville (Oct. 10) ... Combined with Ashley Pitkin to shutout Miami on Nov. 1 in the regular season finale ... Played an integral role in the Bobcats' appearance in their fourth consecutive MAC Field Hockey Tournament Championship, posting a .660 GAA in three contests and leading Ohio's defensive efforts in shutout wins over Ball State and Kent State in its quarterfinal and semifinal contests.

2002: Finished her rookie campaign with a goals-against average of 0.98 with four saves in 142:28 minutes of work ... Made four appearances in the net for the Bobcats ... Saw action for the first time in her collegiate career by tending goal for 21:46 scoreless minutes against No. 5 Michigan State on Oct. 6 ... Recorded a shutout victory in her first collegiate start on Oct. 27, a 2-0 victory against Southwest Missouri State.

HIGH SCHOOL: Led Bridgewater-Raynham to an 11th-place finish in Massachusetts in the 2001-02 season ... NFHCA Northeast High School Regional All-American with a .921 save percentage, 10 shutouts and 199 saves during her senior year ... Two-time Old Colony League All-Star ... Named to high school athletic hall of fame with 419 career saves and a .923 all-time save percentage ... MSFHCA "Best of Sixty" senior All-Star selection ... Three-time U19 National Futures team member ... Named to Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic teams ... Member of the AAU Junior Olympics gold medal team in 2000 ... Also lettered in softball and track.

PERSONAL: Born March 4, 1984 ... Daughter of John and Norma Cote ... A sport industry major.