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Contact: William Sodoma
Date: March 3, 2011
WATERVILLE, Maine --- Colby College senior forward Stephanie Scarpato (Osterville, Mass.) finished her career as a two-time New England Small College Athletic Conference second team selection after the women's hockey all-star teams were released on Thursday by the league.
Scarpato, who also earned the honor as a junior, led the Mules in scoring with eight goals and 12 assists for 20 points. She finished her career at Colby with exactly 100 points on 42 goals and 58 assists in 97 games.
Scarpato led Colby in scoring in three of her four years and finished third as a first year. Her best statistical season was her sophomore year with 13 goals and 19 assists for 32 points.
New England Small College Athletic Conference Women's Hockey All-Conference
Player of the Year: Kim Weiss, Trinity; Rookie of the Year: Courtney Dumont, Connecticut College; Coach of the Year: Bill Mandigo, Middlebury
First Team: Courtney Hanlon, Amherst, senior, forward; Kayte Holtz, Bowdoin, sophomore, forward; Kim Weiss, Trinity, senior, forward; Geneva Lloyd, Amherst, sophomore, defense; Madison Styrbicki, Middlebury, sophomore, defense; Randi Zukas, Amherst, senior, defense; Alexi Bloom, Middlebury, senior, goalie
Second Team: Courtney Dumont, Connecticut College, first year, forward; Julia Ireland, Middlebury, senior, forward; Stephanie Scarpato, Colby, senior, forward; Laura Komarek, Trinity, senior, defense; Brigid O'Gorman, Connecticut College, senior, defense; Alexa Pujol, Trinity, first year, goalie