22 - Kacey Bellamy
Kacey Bellamy
Height: 5-7
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Westfield, Mass.
High School: Berkshire School
Position: D
S/C: L
COLLEGIATE ACCOLADES
•   Hockey East All-Star Second Team (2007 and 2008)
•   USCHO All-Rookie Team (2006)
•   Hockey East RBK/CCM All-Tournament Team (2006 and 2007)
•   USCHO.com Defensive Player of the Week (10/02/06)
•   Hockey East Pure Hockey Defensive Player of the Week   (12/17/07)
•   UNH’s Colleen Coyne Award (top defenseman – 2008)
 
2007-08 HIGHLIGHTS
•   No. 23 in the nation in assists (0.66 apg)
•   No. 10 in defensemen scoring (0.74 ppg)
•   Recorded 26 points on three goals and 23 assists
•   Tied for fourth on the team in assists
•   Fifth overall – second amongst defensemen – in plus/minus at +30
•   Recorded two assists in the NCAA quarterfinal win vs. St. Lawrence
•   Tallied two assists in the Hockey East semifinal vs. Boston University
•   Two of her three goals were game-winners (Jan. 16 vs. Northeastern; March 2 at UConn)
•   3-10-13 in 19 Hockey East league games
•   2-10-12 in 13 games against nationally-ranked teams
•   Tied her career high of three points at UConn in the regular-season finale
•   3-11-14 in the 13-game win streak and 3-15-18 in the 19-game unbeaten streak
•   Seven multiple-assist games
•   Missed three regular-season games due to her commitment with the U.S. team
 
2006-07 HIGHLIGHTS
•   No. 12 in the nation in defenseman scoring (0.81 ppg)
•   No. 14 in power-play goals (nine)
•   Recorded 10 goals and 19 assists for 29 points
•   Ranked second on the team in power-play goals
•   Fifth on the team in assists, points and plus/minus (+23)
•   Recorded an assist in the Hockey East semifinal and a goal in the final
•   3-10-13 in 21 Hockey East league games
•   Recorded an eight-game point-scoring streak from Oct. 29—Dec. 2 in which she recorded 1-9-10; had an assist in each of the last six games of that streak
•   Tallied an assist in 14 games and a point in 20 games; six multiple-point efforts
•   Scored a career-high two goals in the season opener vs. Niagara (Sept. 29) and matched that total vs. Bemidji State (Oct. 6) and Colgate (Oct. 22)
•   Matched her career high of three assists Nov. 12 vs. St. Lawrence
•   Missed the Nov. 11 game vs. St. Lawrence due to her commitment with the U.S. National Team at the Four Nations Cup
 
2005-06 HIGHLIGHTS
•   No. 13 in the nation in points, defenseman (0.65 per game)
•   Recorded eight goals and 16 assists for 24 points in playing all 37 games
•   Tied for third on the team – first among defensemen – in plus/minus at +39
•   Led UNH blueliners in goals and second among her peers in both assists and points
•   5-9-14 in 21 Hockey East league games
•   Recorded one point in each of the last eight regular-season games (3-5-8)
•   Recorded a career-high three points (1-2-3) Nov. 19 at Northeastern
•   Matched that three-point total with a career-high three assists in the Hockey East championship game vs. Boston College
•   Broke the Hockey East championship game record for both assists and points with those three assists vs. BC
•   Recorded 1-1-2 vs. both Brown (Oct. 28) and UConn (Jan. 22)
•   2-5-7 in 10 games vs. nationally-ranked teams

MILESTONES
•   First career point with a goal against Brown on Oct. 28, 2005
•   50th career point with a goal Feb. 24, 2007 at Vermont
•   50th career assist Feb. 3. 2008 at Maine
 
NATIONAL TEAM EXPERIENCE
•   U.S. Women’s National Team, 2006-08 (gold medal at ‘08 IIHF World Championship)
•   U.S. Under-22 National Team, 2007 and 2008
•   U.S. National Women’s Festival in 2006, 2007 and 2008
 
SCHOLASTIC HIGHLIGHTS
•   2005 graduate of Berkshire School, where she lettered in hockey, field hockey and softball
•   Recorded 10g and 20a as a senior; finished with 30g and 80a in four years
•    Led team to a 2003 championship and 2002 runner-up finish
•   Played for the Sound Shore Warriors club team

PERSONAL NOTES
•   Daughter of Robert and Maura Bellamy
•   Born April 22, 1987
•   Major is women’s studies
•   Her brother Robby was a four-year ice hockey letterwinner at Maine; now plays for the Philadelphia Phantoms (AHL)


Year GP G A Pts PPG GWG PIM
2005-06 37 8 16 24 5 1 13-26
2006-07 36 10 19 29 9 2 11-22
2007-08 35 3 23 26 0 2 27-54
Total 108 21 58 79 14 5 51-102

 

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