Six Minutewomen honored during annual event
Minutewomen won A-10 Tournament, reached NCAA Tournament Elite Eight
Allymohamed, Prince and Brooke Sabia chosen following completion of 2013 season
Minutewomen earn most selections among Atlantic 10 Conference schools
No. 10 Minutewomen end year with 19-5 record; most wins since 2000 season
FH vs. VCU Photos by Thom Kendall '93
FH vs. RICHMOND Photos by Thom Kendall '93
FH VS. UNH Photos by Thom Kendall '93
FH VS. LOWELL Photos by Thom Kendall '93
FH vs. RIDER (NCAA PLAY-IN) Photos by Thom Kendall '93
2013 - Sophomore: Game-by-Game Statistics ... Atlantic 10 Offensive Player of the Year ... NFHCA First Team All-Region ... Atlantic 10 First Team All-Conference ... ECAC Second Team All-Star ... Atlantic 10 Co-Player of the Week (9/2) ... UMass Co-Athlete of the Week (9/2) ... Atlantic 10 Player of the Week (9/9) ... Atlantic 10 Co-Player of the Week (10/21) ... Started in all 22 of her appearances ... Led the Minutewomen with 41 points on 20 goals and an assist ... Her goals total tied her for fourth in NCAA Division I field hockey while earning her eight in goals per game (0.91) ... Had 13 multi-point games on the year, including six with two or more goals ... Ranks tied for seventh in UMass single-season history for goals scored ... Recorded her first collegiate multi-goal game in leading UMass to a come-from-behind victory over No. 9 Michigan (8/31) ... Followed up her performance against Michigan with two more goals as UMass routed UMass-Lowell to claim the inaugural Kennedy Cup (9/3) ... Recorded one tally against Harvard (9/6) ... Earned two goals as UMass defeated No. 19 Boston College (9/8) ... Totaled her eighth goal of the year and third game-winner against Ohio State (9/14) ... Added another tally against UConn (9/18) and two more when UMass defeated Hofstra, 5-1 on Sept. 22 ... Had five points against La Salle (10/18) on two goals and an assist ... Followed up her performance against La Salle with her first collegiate hat trick, notching three goals against Saint Joseph's (10/20) ... Scored a regulation goal against Richmond (10/25) when the Minutewomen used penalty strokes following overtime to secure a 2-1 victory ... Provided the game-winning tally over Lock Haven (11/1) ... Earned her 19th goal of the season at Saint Francis (Pa.) on Nov. 3 ... Notched goal No. 20 on a penalty stroke against No. 5 Duke during the NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals (11/17).
2012 - Freshman: Game-by-Game Statistics ... Made 10 starts in 24 appearances as a freshman ... Recorded six points on a goal and four assists, scoring her first collegiate tally against Vermont (9/21) ... Had a multi-assist game against #24 Maine (9/30) and one helper each vs. #21 Albany (9/23) and Saint Louis (10/12) ... Was given the UMass Field Hockey Dirty Shoes Award, issued at the annual team banquet.
Before UMass: Honored as a regional All-American as a senior ... Three-time AACA All-Star (2010-12) ... Tabbed first team all-state and All-Southeastern Pennsylvania as a junior ... Part of AACA champion squads in 2010 and 2011 ... Helped her high school, Mount St. Joseph Academy, reach district and PIAA state playoffs four times, including a final four appearance in 2010 ... 2011 U19 Field Hockey Championship ... 2011 National Indoor Pool A champion ... 2011 National Indoor Qualifier champion ... 2010 U16 National Indoor Qualifier champion ... 2010 AAU Junior Olympics ... 2010 National Field Hockey Championship ... 2008 AAU Junior Olympics ... 2008 U14 National Field Hockey Championship.
Personal: Born Brooke C. Sabia on March 29, 1994, in Philadelphia, Pa. ... Has a twin sister, teammate Allie ... Father, John, played football and mother, Ginger, played tennis at Wake Forest ... Brother, John, played tennis at Army and served in the military overseas for two years ... Brother, Ed, played football for Cornell.
Tagliente on Brooke Sabia: "Brooke is a tremendous athlete. Her speed, strength, and overall competitiveness will have an immediate impact on our offensive end. Brooke gives 150 percent every time she steps on the field, so combined with her sister Allie we are getting 300 percent pure effort and resiliency. You can't quantify the impact that has on a team. She has the ability to play multiple positions, which will be invaluable to our success moving forward."
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