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2 Josephine Pucci
2 Josephine Pucci
Height: 5-8
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Pearl River, N.Y.
High School: Choate Rosemary Hall (Conn.)
Position: Defender
Bats/Throws: R

Freshman • 2009-10
Saw action in 31 games ... Amassed 13 points on four goals and nine assists ... Was tied for 12th in ECAC Hockey games among defenders in scoring (3-6-9) ... Helped Harvard rank fifth in the nation in scoring defense ... Stood third on the Crimson with a +16 rating ... Scored first career goal with shot from the point in final minutes against Princeton (Nov. 14) ... Assisted on a tally in win at Yale (Nov. 20) ... Handed out a career-high three assists in victory at Brown (Nov. 21) ... Netted a power-play goal and assisted on game-winning tally in win over Dartmouth (Nov. 25) ... Named ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Week Nov. 30 ... Lit the lamp in victory over Boston College in Beanpot semifinal (Feb. 2) ... Scored in second straight game in win against Brown (Feb. 5) ... Assisted on two goals in Game 2 of ECAC Hockey quarterfinals against Princeton (Feb. 27) ... Dished out an assist in ECAC Hockey semifinals at Clarkson (March 5).

Before Harvard:
Four-year defenseman on the varsity hockey team and captain as a senior ... Alternate captain junior year ... Member of the Mid Fairfield Connecticut Stars which took silver in 2005 and bronze in 2008 and 2009 at the USA Hockey Nationals; captained team in 2009 ... Choates’s team MVP junior and senior years ... New England champion in 2007 ... Led team to 2008 Founder’s League championship ... Attended select 17/18 camp in Lake Placid, N.Y., in 2007 ... Shortstop on the varsity softball team all four years and captain as a senior ... Three-time team MVP in softball ... Member of the Western New England championship team in softball sophomore and junior seasons ... Striker on the varsity soccer team for three years ... Named a New England Prep School All-Defenseman in 2009 ... Hester C. Macquire Award winner in 2007 ... Eugenia Baker Jessup Award winner in 2008 ... Winner of Carolie Ruutz-Rees Award for athletic achievement ... Recipient of Charles Wickliffe Kennerly Memorial Award ... Winner of Flora MacDonald Bonney Prize for contibutions to the welfare of the community ... Volunteered for the Special Population Skate all four years.

Personal:
Played the clarinet all four years of high school.

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