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Contact: William Sodoma
Date: March 4, 2010
WATERVILLE, Maine --- Stephanie Scarpato (Osterville, Mass.), who has accumulated 80 career points in three seasons for Colby College was named to the 2010 New England Small College Athletic Conference Women's Ice Hockey All-Conference Second Team on Thursday.
Scarpato, a junior forward and captain, finished fifth in the NESCAC in scoring with 12 goals and 16 assists for 28 points. She ranks tied for seventh in the conference in assists per game (0.64) and ninth in scoring (0.48). Scarpato's big moment this season came in Colby's 3-2 upset of then top-ranked Amherst College when she had a point on all three goals.
Scarpato heads into her senior season at Colby with 34 goals and 46 assists for 80 career points in 72 games.
2010 NESCAC Women's Ice Hockey All-Conference Team
First team: Geneva Lloyd, Amherst, first year; Anna McNally, Middlebury, junior; Kim Weiss, Trinity, junior; Laura Komarek, Trinity, junior; Randi Zukas, Amherst, junior; Isabel Iwachiw, Trinity, senior
Second team: Stephanie Scarpato, Colby, junior; Celia Colman-McGaw, Trinity, sophomore; Courtney Hanlon, Amherst, junior; Kirsten Dier, Amherst, senior; Madison Styrbicki, Middlebury, first year; Rebecca Hazlett, Hamilton, first year
Player of the Year: Isabel Iwachiw, Trinity, senior; Rookie of the Year: Rebecca Hazlett, Hamilton, first year; Coach of the Year: Andrew McPhee, Trinity