1 Sarah Love
1 Sarah Love
Birth Date: 09/25/1983
Height: 5-8
Year: Senior
Hometown: Bayfield, ONT
High School: Jacob Hespeler
Position: G
S/C: Cambridge Fury
Years at Yale: ****
Coach Witt: "Sarah is an extremely talented goalie. She gives us a chance to win every game. She has proven her reliability over the past three years and we expect her to have her best year in her last year." 2005-06: Selected for NCAA Frozen Four Skills Challenge ... ECACHL All-Star ... ECACHL All-Academic ... Second Team All-Ivy League ... Academic All-Ivy ... Part of senior class that won more games (48) than any class in school history ... Concluded her career as Yale's all-time leader in save percentage (.915), goals-against average (2.68) and shutouts (12) ... Also finished second to All-American Laurie Belliveau '98 in saves (3,088) ... led Yale to its first win over Dartmouth since 1986 with 33-save shutout for 1-0 victory Feb. 3 ... led Yale to its first win over Brown since 1988 with 14 saves in 3-1 win Feb. 14 ... New England Hockey Journal Goaltender of the Week Feb. 8 ... ECACHL Goaltender of the Week Feb. 6 ... Had string of 370:15 without allowing an even-strength goal ended Feb. 18 ... Stopped 140 of 143 shots in stretch from Jan. 28 to Feb. 17 ... Finished season with .919 save percentage and 2.45 goals-against average ... Preseason All-USCHO and first team All-ECACHL ... 2004-2005: Broke her own Yale record (10) with 14 wins in net ... ECACHL All-Academic ... Second team All-Ivy ... Played her best hockey at season's end, posting a 1.66 GAA and .935 save percentage over the final eight games ... made 48 saves to help Yale to its first win over Harvard in 20 years Nov. 12 ... two-time USCHO/ITECH Division I Women's Defensive Player of the Week (Nov. 16 and Dec. 7) ... two-time ECACHL Goaltender of the Week (Nov. 15 and Dec. 6) ... finished the season with a 2.65 GAA and .907 save percentage ... attended Team Canada's U-22 tryouts summer 2004 ... preseason second team All-USCHO ... 2003-2004: Team MVP ... Second team All-ECAC ... First team All-Ivy ... New England Hockey Writers' Association All-Star ... Set school record for goals-against average (2.25) and save percentage (.931) ... 2002-2003: Team MVP ... ECAC All-Rookie Team ... had .901 save percentage and 3.45 goals-against average ... Off the Ice: History of Science/History of Medicine major ... interested in career in sports medicine ... member of Morse College ... hobbies include hiking ... sister Elizabeth was co-captain of the varsity figure skating team at Western Ontario. Nickname: S. Love, S
Favorite quote: "Be more concerned with your character than your reputation, because your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are." - John Wooden
Favorite athlete: Lonnie Sarnell
If you could go anywhere in the world, where would it be? The top of Mount Everest
Favorite food: Lasagna
Who would you switch places with for a day?: A chocolatier
What is something most people don't know about you?: I want to skydive
What is your favorite part about Yale?: The people
If you couldn't play hockey, what other sport would you play? Volleyball or soccer updated 3/22/2006