31 - Kayley Herman
Kayley Herman
Height: 5-4
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Weyburn, Saskatchewan
High School: Murray Athol College of Notre Dame
Position: G
S/C: R

COLLEGIATE ACCOLADES
•    Hockey East Goaltending Champion (2008)
•    Hockey East All-Star Second Team (2008)
•    Hockey East All-Rookie Team (2008)
•    Hockey East All-Tournament Team (2008)
•    Hockey East All-Academic Team (2008, 2009)
•    Hockey East ITECH Goaltender of the Month (Dec. ‘07)
•    Hockey East Mission Rookie of the Month (Nov. ‘07 & Jan. ‘08)
•    Four-time Hockey East Mission Rookie of the Week (10.08 // 11.19 // 12.17 // 01.21 // 03.10)
•    Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week (02.25.08 // 03.17.08)
•    UNH Rookie of the Year (2008)

2008-09 HIGHLIGHTS
•    Compiled a 14-6-5 overall record with a 2.29 GAA, .900 save percentage and two shutouts
•    8-2-3 in 13 Hockey East league games with a 1.93 GAA and .908 save pct.
•    10-0-3 with a 1.37 GAA and .938 save percentage in 13 home games
•    6-0-0 with a 1.50 GAA and .936 save pct. during the 15-game winning streak
•    Made 20+ saves 13 times, including 21 in the NCAA quarterfinal vs. Minn.-Duluth and 21 in the Hockey East semifinal vs. Providence
•    Career-high 36 saves, including 20 in the third period, Dec. 5 vs. nationally-ranked Harvard (1-1 tie)
•    Also stopped 36 shots Jan. 29 vs. nationally-ranked Boston College (4-2 win)
•    Surrendered less than two goals in a game nine times including shutouts vs. Northeastern (Nov. 26) and Maine (Jan. 23)

2007-08 HIGHLIGHTS
•    No. 3 in the nation in both wins (29) and GAA (1.07) as well as No. 5 in save percentage (.938) and No. 4 in minutes (2026:45)
•    Broke the UNH single-season record for wins and GAA
•    Broke the Hockey East single-season records for wins (17) and GAA (0.83)
•    Led the league in wins, GAA, save percentage (.944) and shutouts (six)
•    #3 save percentage and minutes on UNH list of single-season superlatives
•    #3 (tie) shutouts – nine – on list of single-season superlatives
•    Including the nine shutouts, yielded less than two goals in 24 of 33 starts
•    Became the third goalie to record consecutive shutouts in the Hockey East tourney with a two-game total of 31 saves (17 in the title game vs. PC)
•    12-2-0 vs. nationally-ranked teams (including 3-0-0 vs. #1-ranked teams) with a 1.57 GAA and a .918 save percentage
•    11-0-0 with a 0.73 GAA and .957 save percentage in 13-game win streak
•    16-0-1 with a 0.82 GAA and .954 save percentage in 19-game unbeaten streak
•    Career-high 27 saves Feb. 23 at Providence
•    Recorded consecutive shutouts Feb. 16 & 23 with an overall streak of 157:12
•    Also recorded a shutout streak of 149:20, which ended in the NCAA quarterfinal win vs. St. Lawrence
•    20+ saves 11 times
•    Her feat of an assist and shutout in the same game – which she accomplished Jan. 10 at Northeastern – had not been done by a UNH goalie since Jen Huggon on Nov. 16, 2001 (vs. Wisconsin)

MILESTONES
•    Recorded her first career win in her collegiate debut, a 16-save effort at fourth-ranked St. Lawrence on Oct. 5, 2007
•    Recorded her first career shutout in her second career game, a 23-save effort vs. Colgate on Oct. 14, 2007; it was her home debut

NATIONAL TEAM EXPERIENCE
•    Canadian U-19 National Development Camp in  2007
•    Canadian U-22 National Development Camp in 2008

SCHOLASTIC HIGHLIGHTS
•    2007 graduate of Athol Murray College of Notre Dame, where she competed in hockey, softball, rugby and badminton
•    Led the Hounds to the Provincial and Western Shield championships in both 2004 and 2005
•    Backboned her team to the Canadian Midget Female Championships
•    Competed at the 2005 Canadian U-18 Championships for Team Saskatchewan

PERSONAL NOTES
•    Daughter of Mel and Colleen Herman
•    Born October 25, 1989 in Regina, Saskatchewan
•    Major is occupational therapy

 

Year GP Rec Min GA GAA Sv Sv% ShO
2007-08 34 29-3-1 2026:45 36 1.07 549 .938 9
2008-09 25 14-6-5 1494:27 57 2.29 514 .900 2
Total 59 43-9-6 3521:12 93 1.58 1063 .920 11
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