17 - Briana Mastel
Briana Mastel
Height: 5-5
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Wallingford, Conn.
High School: Choate Rosemary Hall
Position: Defense
Shoots/Catches: L
House Affiliation: Currier

Freshman  2013-14
Named to the ECAC All-Rookie Team … Had an assist, her first career point, in the 4-0 win over Princeton on Oct. 26 ... Recorded a helper in the 3-3 tie against No. 3 Cornell on Nov. 15 ... Earned an assist in back-to-back games in Harvard's 5-0 win over Dartmouth (Dec. 1) and 5-0 win over UNH (Dec. 6) ... Assisted on Hillary Crowe's game-winning goal in the comeback victory at Colgate, 5-4, on Jan. 17 … Notched an assist in the loss to Northeastern in the Beanpot First Round … Tallied an assist in the 3-1 win at Brown to cap the regular season (Feb. 22) … Registered a helper in the loss to Cornell in the ECAC Semifinals (March 8)

Before Harvard
Two-time captain, four-year letterwinner at Choate Rosemary Hall ... Three-time All-New England Division I first team selection ... Four-time All-Star team member ... Four-time participant of USA Hockey National Development Camp ... U.S Women's National U-18 team silver medalist in 2012 ... Competed and captained Assabet Valley Hockey Team ... Led Assabet to three national championships ... Helped Assabet Valley to a bronze medal at the national championships in 2010 ... Received The Charles Wickliffe Kennerly Memorial Award, given to the student whose generous nature and good will represent the highest ideals of fair play and who, through uncommon sportsmanship, has positively influenced others and brought great credit to family and school ... Earned The School Seal Prize, given to the girl who has made an outstanding contribution to the school during her senior year ... Jessup Award recipient as a senior ... Four-year letterwinner in lacrosse and soccer ... Captained the lacrosse and soccer teams as a senior ... In 2012, participated at the National Lacrosse Tournament for Lower New England ... In 2011, Hester C. Macquire Award recipient ... Edith Walls Award recipient as a freshman ... Katherine Carlebach Prize winner in 2012 ... Dean's List student ... Senior Class Representative ... Member of Wallingford's Adaptive Skate Program and Make-A-Wish ... Her father, Jake Mastel, captained the 1994 NCAA Division III Ice Hockey Champion, the University of Wisconsin-River Falls.