5 - Trudy Reyns
Trudy Reyns
Height: 5-6
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Port Hope, Ontario
Position: DEFENSE

As a Junior in 2007-2008:

Served as team captain... Finished second on the team in points (16) and tied for second in assists (11)... Also finished second on the team in goals with five... Saw action in all 34 games... Recorded two points, a goal and an assist, against #6 ranked Harvard on Nov. 2... Nominated for the Hockey Humanitarian Award, one of just 22 players from all three Divisions of the NCAA... Took a season high nine shots against RPI on Feb. 2... One of the Bobcats’ top and most consistent defenders, playing a significant amount of time on both the power play and penalty killing units... Through her first three seasons with the Bobcats, Reyns has yet to miss a game, playing in all 102 games.

 

As a Sophomore in 2006–07:

A steady defender who logged significant ice time...Appeared in all 34 games...Closed the season with 11 points (two goals, nine assists)...Both of her goals came on the power play...Set a career mark with a +3 rating on 10/14 at Northeastern...Scored the first Quinnipiac goal in the TD Banknorth Center...Assisted on a goal in the victory over Union on 11/11...Set up a goal at Colgate on 11/17...Scored her first goal of the season in a victory at Cor­nell on 11/18...Assisted on a goal against Dartmouth on 11/25...Set up the first goal in a win over UConn on 12/30 in the Nutmeg Classic...Assisted on a goal against Yale on 12/31...Set up a goal on 1/19 in a tie with Wayne State...Scored the first women’s ice hockey goal at the TD Banknorth Sports Center in a draw with Yale on 2/2...Matched two single-game career highs with two assists, including one on the winning goal, in a 7-5 victory over Brown on 2/3.

 

As a Freshman in 2005–06:

One of five Bobcats to appear in all 34 games...Finished with two goals (both game-winners) and eight assists for 10 points...Tied for the lead in plus/minus among Bobcat defenders...Tied for the team lead with two game-winning goals...Scored her first career goal, the game-winner in overtime, versus Northeastern on 10/19 to give the Bobcats their first win of the season...Scored the game-winner over Union on 11/.11 in a 6–2 victory and had her first career multipoint game...Career-best two assists versus Robert Morris on 1/20...Set up the game-winning goal in the 4–3 win.

 

Before Quinnipiac:

Played soccer, volleyball and captained the basketball team at Port Hope High School...Placed in the top three at Central Ontario secondary school athletics in the shot-put and javelin...Won the Kawartha championship in singles badminton in 2003...Received her junior athletic medallion in Grade 10 and senior athletic medallion in grade 11...Team Ontario Under-18 National Champions in 2005...Involved with several other school activities such as junior events coordinator for student government, chairman of the Big Brothers Bowl for Millions and a committee member of the Terry Fox Run.

 

Personal:

Born in Cobourg, Ontario...Daughter of Shalley and Leo Reyns...Majoring in management and minoring in public relations.