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Geena Prough
Geena-Prough
Position Forward/Defense
Shoots Right
Height
Weight
5 ft 2 in (1.57 m)
CHA
WCHA Team
Merchyhurst Lakers (2007-09)
Wisconsin Badgers (2009-)
Born March 28 1989 (1989-03-28) (age 27),
Farmington, Michigan
Pro Career 2007 – present


Geena Prough (born March 28, 1989) is an NCAA women's ice hockey player. She was part of the Wisconsin Badgers team that won the 2011 NCAA Division I Women's Ice Hockey Tournament.

Playing careerEdit

Prough attended the Lawrence Academy Prepatory School and participated in ice hockey, field hockey, lacrosse and softball. With the hockey team, she advanced to the New England Championships three years in a row (2005-07). She was named All-League ISL twice (2005-06 and 2006-07). In three seasons, she scored 112 points (58 goals, 54 assists).


NCAAEdit

MercyhurstEdit

The first NCAA team that Prough competed for was the Mercyhurst Lakers women's ice hockey program. In her freshman season, she played in 37 games with 9 goals and 12 assists. For her efforts, she was named to the CHA All-Rookie Team. Her 21 points tied for 9th in the conference. [1] During the season, she had five multiple-point games. In 2008-09, Prough appeared in 37 games for the Lakers and accumulated 16 points (3 goals and 13 assists). During the season, she scored an overtime goal with six seconds remaining in a 4-3 victory versus Colgate (played on Nov. 1). During the CHA Tournament, she had three assists in CHA tournament semifinal against the Niagara Purple Eagles. In the NCAA quarterfinals, Prough assisted on Meghan Agosta's game-winning goal versus No. 7 St. Lawrence.


WisconsinEdit

In 2009-10, Prough joined the Wisconsin Badgers. She participated in 33 games and registered 17 points. During the season, she played both offense and defense and scored two goals against Ohio State. For the 2010-11 Badgers season, Prough was named assistant captain. [2] On October 1, she recorded two assists in 7-0 season-opening win over RPI.




Awards and honorsEdit

  • CHA Rookie of the Week January 3, 2008


  • CHA All-Rookie Team (2007-08)


  • CHA All-Tournament Team (2008-09)


  • Wisconsin 2010 Most Inspiring Player Badger Award recipient


PersonalEdit

Her brother, Jeff, played hockey at Brown University and was an assistant captain for the Bears in 2007-08


ReferencesEdit

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