1 - Carlie Tarbell
Carlie Tarbell
Height: 5-4
Year: So.
Hometown: Wakefield, Mass.
High School: The Rivers School
Position: GK

Collegiate accolades

• NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad

• America East Defensive Player of the Week, twice (10/09 ... 10/22)

• Synapse Sports Defensive Player of the Week (10/23)

•NFHCA All-Academic Squad (2011)


2012 | Stats | Photos

• Started all 20 games and played 1500:27 of a possible 1504:20 (99.7%)

•12-8 record with a 2.24 GAA, .727 save percentage and one shutout

• Ranked No. 25 in the nation in saves per game (6.40)

• In the America East conference, ranked second in minutes, saves (128) and saves per game as well as third in save percentage

• In five conference games, went 5-0 with a 1.10 GAA, .833 save percentage and one shutout

• In conference-only games, was atop the leaderboard in save percentage and minutes (382:15)

• Career-high 12 saves at fifth-ranked Virginia (10/07)

• Recorded 11 saves in the America East title game vs. Albany (11/04)

• Double-digit-saves in road games against No. 24 Boston College (10/14) and Providence (10/21); 10 saves in both games

• First career shutout with nine saves in 1-0 win vs. No. 13 Boston U. (10/19) that clinched at least a tie of America East regular-season title

• Nine-save efforts against No. 2 Syracuse (2-1 loss) and No. 5 UConn (3-2 loss, double OT)

• Also recorded nine saves in the 3-2 double overtime win at Fairfield (09/28)



As a freshman in 2011 | 2011 Stats
• Played in six regular-season games
• Had a 1-0 record with a 0.39 GAA and .917 save percentage
• In America East, went 1-0 with a 1.00 GAA and .833 save percentage
• First career start in that Oct. 7 game at Vermont
• Finished that game with a career-high five saves
• Did not allow a goal in five relief appearances totaling 110:09
• Collegiate debut Aug. 28 against Kent State and played 15:16 shutout minutes with one save
• Part of two team shutouts (vs. Brown and Holy Cross)
• In one game against a nationally-ranked team (Northwestern), stopped all three shots in 28:54
• In two home games, did not allow a goal (two saves) in 55:57

High School
• 2011 graduate of the The Rivers School, where she lettered in field hockey, ice hockey and softball
• U-19 National Futures Championship (2009, 2010);
• NFHCA High School All-Region Team in 2010
• Independent School League MVP in ‘10
• Recorded a 0.60 GAA, .904 save percentage and 10 shutouts in 20 games that year as a senior
• Boston Globe All-Scholastic Team in ‘10
• ISL All-League First Team in ‘08, ‘09 and ‘10
• Two-time captain in both field hockey and softball
• In softball, garnered ISL All-League First Team recognition twice
• Played for the Xist and Seacoast United club field hockey teams

Personal
• Born 8/6/93 in Beverly, Mass.
• Daughter of Charles Tarbell and Janice Mirabassi;
• Her father lettered in football, indoor track and outdoor track at St. Lawrence University
• Major is kinesiology: sports studies

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20116/1180:0910.3911.9171-0
Career6/1180:0910.3911.9171-0
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