32 Jaimie Leonoff
32 Jaimie Leonoff
Height: 5-7
Year: So.
Hometown: Montreal, Qué.
High School: Pomfret
Position: G
Major: Undeclared
Previous Team: Detroit Belle Tire
S/C: L
Residential College: Jonathan Edwards

2012-13 (Sophomore): ECAC Hockey All-Academic ... Second team All-Ivy League ... Won team MVP award ... Fourth-best single season save total in school history (944), trailing only three totals posted by Laurie Belliveau '98 (including the school record, 1,321 saves in 1996-97) ... Sixth-best single season save percentage in school history (.925, a 60 point improvement over the previous season) ... Save percentage ranked 15th in the country, 16 percentage points away from Yale record (.941 by Jackee Snikeris '11 in 2010-11) ... Lowered her goals-against average from 6.55 to 2.83 ... Fourth in the country in saves ... Particularly proficient at home, averaging 36.2 saves per game at Ingalls Rink (33.5 on the road) ... Got better as season wore on, posting .933 save percentage and 2.37 goals-against average from start of December through end of year ... Helped backstop a Yale penalty kill unit that ended the season killing off 39 of the last 40 penalties ... Played 1633:40 ... Named ECAC Hockey Goaltender of the Week Oct. 30, 2012 after totaling 70 saves in two games ... Made season-high 50 saves vs. Boston College Nov. 24 ... 48 saves vs. Quinnipiac Feb. 22 ... Six games with 40 or more saves.

2011-12 (Freshman): ECAC Hockey All-Academic ... Made varsity debut Oct. 22 vs. Northeastern, making 32 saves in 59:40 ... Appeared in 11 games, posting a .865 save percentage ... Career-high 63 saves at Mercyhurst Nov. 19 ... 52 saves at Mercyhurst Nov. 18.

Hockey Canada: Selected for Hockey Canada Under-22/Development Team Conditioning Camp in April of 2013 ... Invited to 2011 Under-22/Development Team Camp … Earned bronze medal at Canada Games with Team Quebec Under-18 team … Participated in Under-18 camp and Under-22 camp.

Before Yale: Won North American friendship tournament with Belle Tire in 2011 ... Belle Tire finished first in points at end of MWEHL regular season in 2011 … Made it to finals of the state tournament with Belle Tire in 2011 … Won CT state tournament with CT Polar Bears … Played in American national championship with the Connecticut Polar Bears in 2010 ... Won MVP in the shootout, skating and shot stopping competitions in skills competition at Nationals … Also won best all-around goalie in skills competition … Won VT classic in 2010 with USA selects … Won Quebec City Challenge Cup with Quebec Bulldogs in 2010.

High school: Played ice hockey and soccer … Ice hockey team made New England playoffs.

Why Yale? “I chose Yale because it was the best combination of athletics and academics.”

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