2 - Danielle Kozlowski
Danielle Kozlowski
Height: 5-1
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Melrose, Mass.
High School: Buckingham Browne & Nichols
Position: F
S/C: Chelmsford Midget

Notes: Excellent shot blocker and key part of Yale's penalty-killing unit ... Voted toughest player on the team, best penalty killer and most active in community service in mid-season team survey her junior year ... 2007-08: Academic All-Ivy League ... Finalist for ECAC Hockey Student-Athlete of the Year Award ... AWHCA All-Academic ... ECAC Hockey All-Academic ... Earned team's Bulldog Award for team spirit ... Seven points (3-4-7) in 25 games ...Six of her seven points came in a seven-game stretch Dec. 6 through Jan. 12 ... 2006-07: ECAC Hockey All-Academic ... Appeared in all 31 games, scoring four goals and adding four assists for eight points ... Had five points in a three-game stretch, including three goals, Feb. 9-16 ... 2005-06: Appeared in all 31 games, scoring two goals and adding five assists ... Both of her goals were game-winners ... Goal at Dartmouth Feb. 3, the first of her career, gave Yale a 1-0 win over the Big Green and snapped a 20-year, 41-game losing streak in the series for Yale ... Also scored game-winner in 3-0 win at Quinnipiac Feb. 24 ... Before Yale: Captained the Chelmsford Lions ... attended Buckingham Browne and Nichols School, where she was captain of the field hockey, hockey and softball teams and was all-league in each sport (four times in softball, twice in hockey, once in field hockey) ... was team MVP in hockey twice ... Off the Ice: Anthropology major ... Interested in career in sports management or cultural resource management ... Member of Pierson College ... Also played softball (outfield) for Yale in spring of 2006, winning team's Coaches' Award ... Volunteered at Lawrence Memorial Hospital ... Graduate of Buckingham, Browne & Nichols ... Tutored and coached with Books, Basketball and Neighbors ... Performed relief work in New Orleans during spring break in 2007 and 2008 ... Participates in Yale's Youth Days program, working with local youths on sports skills ... Serves as team community service liaison for Yale's Thomas W. Ford '42 Community Outreach Program ... Mentors at a local elementary school ... Worked for former Yale women's ice hockey player Lauren (Schlesinger) Monahan '94's baby products company, UPPAbaby ... Brother, Mike, played forward at MIT. Nickname: Koz Favorite musician: Pink, Secondhand Serenade Favorite food: Grilled zucchini Pre-game routine: Tape stick from toe to heel, put on right shin guard then left, right skate then left, and tape right leg then left. Favorite quote: Stand for something or you will fall for anything. Favorite athlete: Kristin Marie Savard If you could go anywhere in the world, where would it be? New Zealand, Ireland, Greece Favorite TV show: House, Grey's Anatomy, C.S.I. What is your most prized possession? Pictures What is the strongest part of your game? Penalty killing and speed

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