CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Katey Stone, The Landry Family Head Coach for Harvard Women's Hockey, has announced the seven-member incoming Class of 2022: Anne Bloomer, Kristin Della Rovere, Maryna Macdonald, Dominique Petrie, Lindsay Reed, Katie Tresca and Kyra Willoughby.
"We are excited to get this group of incoming freshmen to campus in the fall," said head coach Katey Stone. "They have all made a significant impact on their high school or club team's success. Some have even competed on the international stage. From the net out, this group will be ready to help the Crimson take another step forward."
The freshman contingent will join 15 returning letterwinners, including six of the top seven scorers from the 2017-18 campaign. The Class of 2022 hails from five states, as well as two Canadian provinces.
Anne Bloomer | Forward | Chicago, Ill. | Loyola Academy
Member of the gold medal-winning 2018 U.S. Under-18 Women's National Team at the IIHF Under-18 Women's World Championship in Dmitrov, Russia… Member of the 2017 U.S. Under-18 Women's Select Team that played in the Under-18 Series vs. Canada in Lake Placid, New York… Participated in USA Hockey's 2017 Women's National Festival… Attended the 2017 Girls Select U18 Player Development Camp…Played for the Chicago Young Americans 2011-2018…Assistant captain 2016-17, captain 2017-18…Girls high school hockey All-State team 2015, 2016…Blackhawks alumni All-Star Team 2016…Girls high school hockey state tournament MVP 2016…JWHL All-Star Team 2017, 2018…JWHL Second Team All-Star 2017-18…Tier 1 AAA girls state champion 2015…Tier 1 AAA girls state runner-up 2016-18…USA Hockey National Championship participant 2015-18…HPHL Academic Excellence Award 2015-17…Member of French honors society 2016-18…Loyola Academy Scholar 2014-18…Arrupe Service Program participant 2016-17…Loyola Academy Strings Program (guitar) 2016-17…Father Andrew '88 played hockey at Harvard.
Kristin Della Rovere | Forward | Caledon East, Ontario | The Hill Academy
Played for the Toronto Leaside Junior Wildcats (2015-2018)…Team captain 2016-18…Also captained North Halton Twisters (2013-15), Brampton Canadettes (2012-13) and Caledon Hawks (2008-09, 2010-12)…Brampton Candadettes Love for the Game Award winner…Gold medal winner with Team Ontario Red at Canadian National Championships 2017…Finished second in goals and points in the PWHL in 2017-18…Won the Ontario Winter Games in 2014…Academic Honors 2015-2018…Brother Stefan played for Team Canada in the 2009 and 2010 World Junior Championships, won gold in 2009 and silver in 2010.
Maryna Macdonald | Defense | Port Alberni, British Columbia | Shawnigan Lake School
Assistant captain Shawnigan Lake Female Prep Hockey Team 2017-18…Played two years for the Vancouver Island Seals Major Midget AAA Hockey, captain during 2016-17…Top scoring defenseman in 2015-16 and 2016-17 with the Vancouver Island Seals…2015 and 2016 Athlete of the Month (October) in the FMAAA… Macs Tournament All-Star team 1st defenseman 2016…FMAAA All-Star team 2016-17…Alberni District Secondary School track and field participant qualifying for provincials in 4x400m, 4x100m, javelin and shot put (2015)…Alberni Valley Airborne Volleyball qualifying for provincials in 2015… Washington DC Challenge Cup silver medalist 2016…Bronze medalist with Team British Columbia at the U18 Women's National Championship in 2016 and 2017…Bronze medalist with Indigenous Team British Columbia at the National Aboriginal Hockey Championship in 2017…2014 British Columbia Winter Games U16 participant with Team Vancouver Island…Top Academic Award ADSS 2016…Principal's Roll since grade 9…Esso fun day girls hockey camp volunteer instructor 2015-16…Activity leader with aboriginal youth…Cousin Connor Logan plays hockey for Plattsburgh State University (Class of 2021).
Dominique Petrie | Forward | Hermosa Beach, Calif. | Beverly Hills High School
As a member of the U.S. Women's National Under-18 Team, participated in two International Ice Hockey Federation Under-18 Women's World Championships (2017, 2018 - gold)… Tied for second on the team in 2018 with eight points (3-5) while serving as an alternate captain…Scored two goals in Team USA's 9-3 win over Sweden in the 2018 gold-medal game to earn Player of the Game honors… Two-time member of the U.S. Women's Under-18 Select Team at the Under-18 Series vs. Canada (2016, 2017)…Served as assistant captain in 2017 summer series… Participated in two USA Hockey Women's National Festivals (2016, 2017)… Attended the 2016 and 2017 Girls Select U18 Player Development Camp… Principal's Honor Roll… Le Grand Concours Gold… Three-time Athlete of the Year…Lettered four years in tennis and three years in basketball…Three-time state champion – boys ice hockey…Two-time CIF Southern Section champion in basketball…Two-time Ocean League champion in tennis…2018 Beverly Hills High School Hall of Fame Inductee…Assists leader and second in scoring 2017-18 San Diego Jr. Gulls (boys hockey)…Father David played tennis and soccer at the University of Evansville.
Lindsay Reed | Goalie | New Vernon, N.J. | The Hotchkiss School
As a member of the U.S. Women's National Under-18 Team, participated in two International Ice Hockey Federation Under-18 Women's World Championships (2017, 2018 - gold)… Two-time member of the U.S. Women's Under-18 Select Team at the Under-18 Series vs. Canada (2016, 2017)… Participated in two USA Hockey Women's National Festivals (2016, 2017)… Attended the 2016 Girls Select U18 Player Development Camp… USA Hockey Women's National Goalkeeper Development Camp invitee…Boston Jr. Eagles U14 2015 Champions, Jr. Eagles U16 2016 Bronze, Jr. Eagles U16 2017… First Honor Roll, N.E. Prep Girls Ice Hockey First Team… Three-time Melissa Goss Simonds Award winner…Played forward on the field hockey team 2014-17…Field Hockey and Ice Hockey captain during senior seasons…Two-time American Family Insurance All-USA Girls Hockey First Team…Three-time New England Prep Girls All-Star, DI…2014 Field Hockey NEPSAC Class A Champions…Six semesters on first honor roll…Brother Kersey played lacrosse at St. Lawrence (2012-2016)…Father John played soccer at St. Lawrence (Class of 1985).
Katie Tresca | Forward | Newton, Mass. | Noble and Greenough
Four-year letterwinner in ice hockey…Team captain 2017-18…Played eight years on the Boston Junior Eagles…Two-time ISL All-League Team selection (2017-18)…All-NEPSAC First Team Girls Varsity Hockey (2018)…2018 Newell Cup winner…2016 and 2018 Girls Hockey New England Champion…2015-17 ISL Girls Hockey Champion…2015 National Champion with Boston Junior Eagles…Four-time state champion with the Boston Junior Eagles…YMCA volunteer…Academic High Distinction 2015-17…Volunteers at local elementary schools.
Kyra Willoughby | Defense | Deephaven, Minn. | Blake School
Four-year letterwinner in both soccer and ice hockey…Two-time captain on ice hockey…captain of soccer team during senior season…2014-15 Hockey Rookie of the Year…2014-15 Kaposia Tournament Star of the Game…2015-16 Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Hockey Character Award …2016-17 Hockey All Conference HM…2016-17 Hockey Class A All State Team…2017-18 Hockey All Conference HM…2017-18 Soccer All Conference HM…2017-18 Hockey Class AA All State HM Team…2017-18 Athena Award Finalist at Blake School…2017-18 Named to the Minnesota All-Metro Hockey Teams…2016-17 Hockey team went on a 19 game unbeaten streak to claim state championship…Two-time Soccer IMAC Conference Champions…Two-time Soccer Section 5A Runner-ups…Three-time Hockey Kaposia Tournament Champions … Four-time Hockey IMAC Conference Champions…Three-time Hockey Section 5A Champions…Two-time Class A Hockey State Champions…2017-18 Hockey Schwan's Cup Gold Division Tournament Champions…2017-18 Academic All State …2017-18 Team named Section 6AA Academic Champions…Volunteers at church soup kitchen…Volunteers and works with Save the Boundary Waters organization…Admissions Ambassador at Blake School …AP Scholar with Distinction…Father John '90 was a four-year varsity wrestler at Harvard…Grandfather John L. Morrison graduated from Harvard Business School in 1971 and was a First Team All-American hockey player at Yale (1967) and is one of the all-time leading scorers at Yale…Grandfather John also led the 1968 Olympic Hockey Team in scoring…Great-grandfather John W. Morrison graduated from Harvard Business School in 1948…Mother Kelly Morrison was a two-time individual Minnesota tennis state champion and three-time tennis team state champion.