15 - Raylen Dziengelewski
Raylen Dziengelewski
Height: 5-7
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Southwick, Mass.
High School: Loomis Chaffee
Position: D
S/C: L

Dziengelewski's 2010-2011 Stats

2009-10 HIGHLIGHTS
•    Skated in all 31 regular-season games and both postseason games
•    Tied for third on the team in assists (13); 6th (tied) in points with 13
•    Both the assist and goal totals are single-season highs
•    4th on the team – first amongst defensemen – in plus/minus at +9
•    0-12-12 in 21 Hockey East league games
•    0-5-5 in 11 games vs. nationally-ranked teams
•    Season-high three assists Nov. 1 vs. Maine, including one on the game-winning goal
•    Recorded an assist in five consecutive games spanning Jan. 16-30 (career-high five-game point-scoring streak)

2008-09 HIGHLIGHTS
•    Skated in all 32 regular-season games and all three postseason games
•    Recorded two goals and seven assists for nine points
•    2-6-8 in 21 Hockey East League games
•    1-6-7 during the 15-game winning streak
•    Recorded a season-high two points with two assists Feb. 13 at Providence
•    Scored her first career goal Nov. 1 against Vermont
•    Recorded a point in six of nine games during a four week span from mid-January to early February

2007-08 HIGHLIGHTS
•    Skated in 30 of 34 regular-season games
•    Missed the first two and last two regular-season games, as well as all four postseason games
•    Recorded eight points, all on assists
•    0-4-4 in 19 Hockey East league games
•    Career-high four assists Nov. 25 vs. Niagara
•    Tallied her first career point Nov. 3 at Vermont
•    Also recorded single assists vs. UConn (Nov. 10), Northeastern (Dec. 2) and Providence (Feb. 24)

MILESTONES
•    Recorded her first career point with an assist Nov. 3, 2007 at Vermont
•    Scored her first goal Nov. 1, 2008 vs. Vermont

SCHOLASTIC HIGHLIGHTS
•    2007 graduate of The Loomis Chaffee School
•    NEPSGIHA All-Star as a junior captain
•    Led Loomis Chaffee to the New England quarterfinals as a sophomore and junior
•    Skated on the Connecticut Polar Bears U-19 Team that won the NAHA championship in 2005 and ‘06
•    In 2006, recorded 34 points (6g, 28a) for the Polar Bears with a +58 plus/minus rating
•    Captained the 2006 field hockey team and received All-Star Team recognition
•    Also lettered in softball at Loomis Chaffee

NATIONAL TEAM EXPERIENCE
•    USA Hockey National Camp in 2003, ‘05, ‘06 and ‘07

PERSONAL NOTES
•    Daughter of John and Sue Dziengelewski
•    Born May 19, 1989 in Springfield, Mass.
•    Major is biology

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