27 Bray Ketchum
27 Bray Ketchum
Height: 5-8
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Greenwich, Conn.
High School: Greenwich Academy
Position: F
S/C: Connecticut Stars

Notes: On pace to finish in Yale's career top eight in goals and points ... Voted best clutch performer by her teammates in midseason survey her freshman year.

2009-10 (Junior): Patty Kazmaier Award nominee ... Selected to ECAC Hockey All-Star team and played in exhibition game vs. Team USA ... Second team All-Ivy League ... Led Yale in goals (12), power-play goals (5) and points (23) ... Tied for team lead in assists (11) ... Eight goals in conference games, tied for 14th in ECAC Hockey ... Seven multiple-point games ... Three different scoring streaks of four or more straight games ... Incurred just four penalties all season.

2008-09 (Sophomore): Second team All-Ivy League ... Tied for team lead in goals (13) ... Second on team in points (23) ... Third on team in assists (10) ... Led team in +/- with a +9 ... All 13 of her goals came in conference games, placing her fourth in ECAC Hockey in that category. 

2007-08 (Freshman): Three-time ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Week, two-time ECAC Hockey Weekly Honor Roll selection ... Second on team in assists (11), third on team in goals (nine) and third on team in points (20) ... Scored a team-best nine goals in ECAC Hockey conference games ... Had game-winning goal in shootout win over Niagara (tied 4-4 after overtime) in first round of Nutmeg Classic ... Three points (1-2-3) in 5-2 win at Cornell ... Had two goals in a game twice ... Incurred only five penalties.

USA HOCKEY: 2010 USA Hockey Under-22 Team selection for three-game series vs. Team Canada in Toronto Aug. 18-21 … Attended 2009 Open Olympic tryouts ... Four-time selection to USA Hockey player development camps.

Before Yale: 2006-07 Boston Globe NEPSAC Women's Athlete of the Year ... 2006-07 New England Prep School Div. II Player of the Year ... Led Greenwich Academy in goals and points three times ... Team captain as a senior ... Helped team to its third straight Div. II championship ... Won school's Susan Beard Smart Award as top athlete in 2007 and Edward F. Maloney Hockey Award for performance, team spirit and sportsmanship in 2006 ... Hockey Night in Boston Div. II MVP in 2005-06 ... MVP of Div. II Championship Tournament in 2005 ... Won school's Schoeller Award for athletic effort in all seasons in 2005.

Off the Ice: Davenport College ... American studies major ... Father, Tom, is a Yale graduate ...  Brother Ben is a forward for Quinnipiac ... Tutors local elementary school students in reading, writing and math ... Participates in Yale Athletics Department's Kiphuth Leadership Academy ... Volunteers with Yale's Relay for Life American Cancer Society fundraiser ... Teaches sports skills to local youths at Yale Athletics Youth Days and has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity.

Favorite musician: Anything country
Favorite food: Ice cream
Best present/gift you ever received: My two dogs
Pre-game routine: Listen to "Till I Collapse"
Favorite quote: "Life is a succession of moments. To live each one is to succeed." - Corita Kent
Favorite athlete: Michael Phelps
If you could go anywhere in the world, where would it be? Egypt
What is your most prized possession? Eli bunny