In the last four games of her career,
During the season, she collected at least two points in nine games and scored in seven of UNH’s contests.
Geary, a junior back, was one of four Wildcats (along with
Geary’s other collegiate accolades include three-time selection to the NFHCA National All-Academic Squad.
Shea, a freshman forward, ranked second on the team in both goals (five) and points (12), and she tied for third in assists with two. She scored the game-winning goal and also recorded an assist in the season finale at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County. One game earlier, Shea recorded her first career multiple-goal game at UMass and finished with three goals for a career-high six points. Her role expanded as the season progressed, as evidenced by tallying a point in four of the last five games of the season.
The America East All-Academic Team has been selected based on the student-athlete’s academic and athletic accomplishments. Academic achievement for consideration requires student-athletes to have a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.00 entering the season. Athletically, student-athletes are required to be a nomination on the post-season awards ballot, which is determined by the league’s head coaches. Team size for team sports is based on the number of athletes that participate in a contest at one time (e.g., 11 for field hockey).
UNH finished the 2006 season with consecutive victories to finish at 3-15 overall and 1-4 in America East.