Two Crusaders Earn All-Conference Honors
March 9, 2005
Throughout her career at Holy Cross, Mahoney has been honored by the league several times, including being named to the ECAC All-Rookie team and to the All-Conference first-team as a freshman, and to the All-Conference second-team as a junior. Most recently, Mahoney became the first Crusader to break the 100 career-point mark when she assisted in the game-winning goal in the 3-2 overtime victory against UMass Boston on Jan. 7. She is also a two-time ECAC All-Academic honoree and was named to the 2002-03 Academic All-America team. This season she led the team in assists (16) and added six goals for a total of 22 points and was named team captain. Mahoney has played in 102 career-games, posting 45 goals and 61 helpers for a sum of 106 career-points.
The honor is Wetherbee's second, as last season she was named to the All-Conference first-team. This season as a junior, she became the second player in Holy Cross history to surpass the 100 point mark when she registered two assists against Amherst on Feb. 9. In 2003-04 she was also named to the ECAC All-Academic team. This season Wetherbee led the team in goals (15) and points (25) and posted two hat tricks. The first came in the 11-4 win over Castleton State on Dec. 7, while the second was in the 4-2 victory over Sacred Heart in the semifinal-round of the ECAC Open Tournament on Feb, 26. So far she has played in 76 career-games, recording 53 goals and 53 assists for 106 career-points.