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#27 Sarah Parsons
Position: Forward
Height: 5'8"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Dover, Mass.
High School: U.S. National Team
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Senior (2009-10): Parsons appeared in all 28 games played by the Big Green … led Dartmouth in all offensive categories with 20 goals and 20 assists for 40 points … named first team All-Ivy and ECAC Hockey Second Team … tops in ECAC Hockey in points per game and eighth in the nation with 1.43 points per game … finished a half a point ahead of the second place player in conference … led ECAC Hockey with 40 points … seventh nationally in goals per game at 0.71 and 13th in total goals with 20, which was a career-high … fourth in assists per game with 0.71 … second in ECAC Hockey and 16th nationally with 20 assists … led a team that was tops in the conference in scoring and seventh nationally … seventh in power play points with 13 on six goals and seven helpers … six goals on the man advantage were fourth in ECAC Hockey … posted 13 multi-point games and four came as multi-goal games … finished the year with a six-game point streak ... scored points in 12 of her last 14 games ... posted a season-high three assists in the second game of the year at Colgate in a 5-5 tie ... had a seven-point weekend at Brown (Nov. 20) and Yale (Nov. 21) in a sweep ... recorded two goals and an assist at the Bears in an 5-2 win and followed that with two goals and a pair of helpers against the Bulldogs in a 6-2 victory ... awarded ECAC Hockey Player of the Week honors for her effort ... collected four more points with a hat trick and an assist against Colgate on Jan. 15 in a 6-4 loss ... recorded three points on a goal and two assists versus Union (Jan. 23) and Yale (Feb. 5) ... scored a goal and added an assist on the Senior Night win over Brown on Feb. 6 ... had her  ECAC Hockey Student-Athlete of Year finalist in 2009 and 2010 … finalist for the league’s Best Defensive Forward and Player of the Year ... named a top-10 finalist for the 2010 Patty Kazmaier Award ... finished her career eighth all-time in points with 156 ... ended up two points shy of former teammate Gillian Apps ’06 ... her 90 helpers put her for seventh all-time with Carly Haggard ’03 ... recorded 66 goals in 121 career games, which is 10th all-time, tied with Estey Ticknor ’85 ... given the Kenneth Archibald Prize, which is Dartmouth’s highest athletic honor ... it is presented annually to the member of the graduating class who has been four years in attendance, who has been the best all-around athlete, regard also being had to moral worth and high standing in scholarship.

Junior (2008-09): Saw action in 30 games for the Big Green, playing with a leg injury all year ... missed four games to play for Team USA at The Four Nations Cup in November ... returned to pot 17 goals and add 15 assists for 32 points ... became the 29th member of the Big Green to reach 100 points in a career with a goal against Union on Jan. 31 ... eight of her 17 goals have come on the power play, which puts her tied for second on the team in the category ... seven of her 15 scores have come in ECAC Hockey play ... started the season with a goal and an assist at Princeton on Oct. 31 ... had a 13-game point streak, dating back to last season, snapped in her second game of the year at No. 5 St. Lawrence ... recorded a goal and an assist vs. Cornell on Nov. 21 ... went on a six-game point streak with three multi-point games from Jan. 9 to Jan. 31 ... added a two-goal game at No. 8 New Hampshire on Jan. 16 ... carried the Big Green in the three-game series win over Colgate with five goals and two assists for seven points ... netted a hat trick in game one, followed by two goals in game two ... two of the five goals came on the power play ... had a six-game point streak snapped against Wisconsin ... the streak included five postseason games  ... was named the ECAC Hockey Tournament's Most Outstanding Player ... posted a goal and an assist in the semifinal win over St. Lawrence ... followed that with power play goals and two assists in the championship ... finished the tournament with 12 points in five games.

Sophomore (2007-08): Participated in 31 games with 15 goals and 19 assists for 34 points ... named second team All-Ivy ... earned ECAC Hockey Third Team honors .. netted a career-high in goals ... added three power play, two shorthanded and two game-winning goals this year ... missed the Nov. 11 game at Providence playing for the U.S. National Team at the Four Nations Cup ... finished the season on a career-high 12-game point streak, which included six multi-point games ... Dartmouth went 7-2-3 during the streak ... posted 10 total multi-point games ... had a season-high three points against Quinnipiac on Nov. 3 and versus Rensselaer on Dec. 1 ... posted four points with three goals and an assist in the first-round sweep of Colgate ...  netted the game-winning goal with 24 seconds left in game one ... potted the lone goal for the Big Green in the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals against Harvard ... won a gold medal at the 2008 IIHF World Championships with a win over Team Canada.

Freshman (2006-07): Appeared in 32 of the team’s 34 games ... led the team in points (50), assists (36) and plus/minus with a +29 ... was second in the nation among rookies in points per game with an average of 1.56 points per game ...  had 14 multi-point games, including a career-high seven-point outing against Union on Oct. 28 in an 11-0 win ... added three assists the next night against Rensselaer ... netted a goal and three helpers for a four-point game in a 7-0 victory versus Quinnipiac ... posted a six-point game with a hat trick and three assists against Union in a 9-1 win ... scored a goal and handed out an assist in the ECAC Hockey League championship game versus St. Lawrence ... had two separate seven-game point streaks during the regular season ... given ECACHL Rookie of the Week honors twice ... earned a spot on the ECACHL honor roll on Nov. 6 ... named the league’s Rookie of the Year and first team all-league ...  led all ECACHL rookies in scoring ... tied for fourth in the nation in assists and eighth in points ... awarded the Big Green Rookie of the Year by her teammates ... made her fourth appearance for the U.S. Under-22 Select Team in Lake Placid.

Before Dartmouth: Deferred enrollment in 2006 to play for the U.S. National Team in the Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy where the U.S. received the bronze medal ... was the youngest member of the U.S. National team at the age of 17 ... captained her varsity hockey team to a 25-2-0 record her senior year in high school ... was named prep school athlete of the year by the Boston Globe ... winner of the Noble Shield Award given to the most respected athlete at her school ... awarded the John Carlton Memorial Award presented by the Boston Bruins ... was a member of the U.S. Women’s Under-22 Team in 2003 and 2004 ... was named All-ISL and ISL’s most valuable player from 2002-2005 ... also captained her club soccer team in 2004 where she led the squad to a Massachusetts State Championship.

Personal: Sarah Sturgis Parsons, born in Boston, Mass., to Paul and Joan Parsons on July 27, 1987 ... attended Noble and Greenough School ... both her father and her uncle, Bill, attended Dartmouth ... majoring in economics ... participated in Holiday Helpers, a program with Dartmouth student athletes providing holiday gifts for the less fortunate … Member of Link-Up, a student-run group that matches incoming freshman women with female mentors from the  senior class on campus … volunteer with Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston.

PARSONS' CAREER STATISTICS

OVERALL

Year GP
Goals
Assists
Points
Pen/Min
PPG SHG GWG
2006-07
32
14
36
50
3/6
7 0
1
2007-08
31
15
19
 34  7/14
3
2
2
2008-09
30
17
15
32
6/12
8 1
2
2009-10 28 20
20
40
7/14
6
0
2
Totals
121
66
90
156
23/46
24 3
7

ECAC HOCKEY

Year GP
Goals
Assists
Points
Pen/Min
PPG SHG GWG
2006-07
20
13
30
43
2/4
6 0
1
2007-08
21
10
15
25
4/8
1
2
1
2008-09
19
7
8
15
3/6
3 0
1
2009-10 22 16
17
33
6/12
5
0
2
Totals
82
46
70
116
15/30
15 2
5

 

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