Rudy On Canfield: "After being a little beset by injuries her sophomore year, she had a revival her junior year ... Then she had her best spring so far, in terms of training and attacking; her skill level has come up immensely ... We're going to be depending on her to take goals from either flank."
As A Senior In 2007: Game-by-Game Statistics
As a Junior In 2006: Named to National Soccer Coaches Association of American All-Northeast Region Third Team ... Started all 17 games, tallying 17 points on seven goals and three assists (three goals and one assist in conference play) ... The 17 points led the team as did the seven goals ... Tied for second on the team with three assists ... Also tallied three game-winning goals which was tied for a team-high ... Her 41 shots were second on the team ... 24 of them were on goal, tops on UMass ... Had an assist against Boston University (8/30) ... Scored one goal against Iona College (9/3) and a game-winning goal against Hartford (9/7) ... Assisted the game-winning goal in overtime against Albany (9/10) ... Had a goal against Yale (9/15) and one against UConn (9/19)... Scored game's only goal in a 1-0 win over George Washington (9/29)... Named UMass/Dinn Bros. Athlete of the Week October 2 ... Assisted on a goal against Dayton (10/6)... Scored the game-winning goal in overtime versus Xavier (10/8)... Had three shots against Temple (10/15) ... Scored a goal against Rhode Island (10/22).
As A Sophomore In 2005: Played in all 18 games of the season, starting in 12 ... led the team in scoring with four goals and four assists for 12 points ... In conference play, scored two goals and added an assist for five points ... Contributed to team's 4-0 win over Duquesne (10/14) with a goal ... Scored the game-winning double-overtime goal against LaSalle (10/23), capturing the 2-1 win ... Added a goal vs. Marist (9/2) in 3-0 win ... Had UMass' lone goal in 2-1 loss to Vermont (9/18) ... Assisted on two goals vs. Hartford (8/26) ... Added an assist on Jenny Roehrig's game-winning goal vs. Holy Cross (9/16) ... Picked up another assist on game-winning goal vs. Fordham (9/30) ... Took a season-high six shots vs. Vermont (9/18) and had five shots vs. St. Bonaventure (10/2) ... Accumulated a total of 39 shots with 19 coming in conference play.
As A Freshman In 2004: Named to the Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team as well as the A-10 Second Team ... UMass' leading scorer with 11 goals for 22 points ... Played in all 18 games, starting eight of them ... 65 shots ranked second on the team, while her 34 shots on goal led the Minutewomen ... First collegiate goal came in first collegiate game vs. Boston University (8/29) ... Recorded two goal in two games: vs. Temple (10/3) and Xavier (10/17) ... Recorded three game-winners (vs. Temple, Xavier and St. Bonaventure on 10/29), which tied for first on the team ... Also scored against Fairfield (9/5), Holy Cross (9/27), George Washington (10/6), LaSalle (10/24), St. Bonaventure (10/29) and Duquense (10/31) ... Took a season-high 11 shots vs. Temple.
Before UMass: A 2004 graduate of Southwick-Tolland Regional High School in Southwick, Mass., where she lettered four times for head coach Todd Downie ... Tallied a remarkable 90 points (39 g, 12 a) during her senior season and 186 career points (80 g, 26 a) ... Earned first-team All-League honors three times, All-State twice, All-New England once and was Western Massachusetts Division II MVP ... Was also first team All-Scholastic her junior and senior seasons ... Team MVP three times ... Participated on the Under-17 Mutiny Division I National Championship team ... Lettered four times in basketball and track and field.
Personal: Brittany Dawn Canfield ... Born October 4, 1985, in Hartford, Conn. ... Daughter of Donald and Jane Canfield ... A Kinesiology major.
Britt Canfield's Career Statistics