16 - Micaela Long
Micaela Long
Height: 5-4
Year: Jr.
Hometown: South Boston, Mass.
High School: Pomfret School
Position: F
S/C: L

 

2007-08 HIGHLIGHTS
•   Skated in all 34 regular-season games and in all four postseason games
•   Recorded 28 points on 12 goals and 16 assists
•   One of six Wildcats to record double digits in both goals and assists
•   Fourth on the team in shots (110)
•   Scored two goals in the Hockey East semifinal game to match her career high
•   7-10-17 in 21 Hockey East league games
•   Tallied 1-3-4 in the last weekend of the regular season vs. UConn
•   3-6-9 in 14 games vs. nationally-ranked teams, including that two-game series vs. UConn
•   7-8-15 in the 13-game win streak
•   Career-high four points against both Northeastern (Jan. 26, 2-2-4) and Maine (Feb. 3, 1-3-4)
•   The three assists at Maine marked a personal best
•   The two goals vs. NU tied a career high

2006-07 HIGHLIGHTS
•   Recorded 10 goals and 11 assists for 21 points in playing all 37 games
•   Tied for fifth on the team in goals
•   Recorded a point in seven of the last 11 regular-season games (7-4-11) with a career-high two goals, including the game-winning        tally, in the regular-season finale at Vermont
•   9-7-16 in 21 Hockey East league games
•   Tallied an assist in the NCAA Regional game vs. St. Lawrence
•   Three multiple-point efforts in seven January games and scored a goal in the last three games of that month
•   Career-high two assists Feb. 16 at UConn
    
MILESTONES
•   Recorded her first career point with an assist in the season opener vs. Niagara(Sept. 29) and also scored her first career goal in that game

SCHOLASTIC HIGHLIGHTS
•   2006 graduate of Pomfret School, where she lettered in ice hockey, field hockey and softball
•   New England Prep League MVP in 2006
•   Three-time New England Prep League All Star First Team (2004, ‘05, ‘06)
•   Recorded a school-record 255 career points
•   Recorded a New England Prep School record 111 points as a junior
•   Won the 2004 U.S. National U-19 Skill competition
•   Led Pomfret to the title game as a senior and to the semifinals each of the previous three seasons
•   Also played for both the Assabet Valley and Wisconsin Wild club teams
•   Led Assabet to a pair of national championships
•   Field hockey honors included All-Star Team and All-Scholastic Team in ‘06

PERSONAL NOTES
•   Daughter of Tim and Sheila Long
•   Born November 16, 1987
•   Major is psychology
•   Her uncle, Dan Long, was a professional boxer and compiled a 36-4 record in the 1980’s

 

Year GP G A Pts PPG GWG PIM
2006-07 37 10 11 21 2 2 4-8
2007-08 38 12 16 28 3 1 8-16
Total 75 22 27 49 5 3 12-24

 

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