March 19, 2015
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - Senior captain Marie-Philip Poulin of the Boston University women's ice hockey team was named an American Hockey Coaches Association First-Team All-American, as announced on Thursday night at the Frozen Four championship banquet.
Poulin becomes the first player in program history to be chosen as a First-Team All-American and the third Terrier to earn All-America honors. Sarah Lefort (2014) and Catherine Ward (2011) were both second-team selections. Poulin capped her collegiate career with a terrific senior season. She scored 27 goals and added 27 assists for 54 points, all of which rank in the top 10 nationally. Her 54 points and 27 assists are fifth in the NCAA while she is fourth in the country with an average of 1.69 points per game.
A top-three finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Award, Poulin will graduate as the all-time leader in goals, assists and points. She notched her 100th career assist as part of her three-point performance in the Hockey East title game. Poulin also has 81 goals and 181 points as a Terrier. The winner of the Patty Kazmaier Award will be announced on March 21.