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Gina Kearns
Gina-Kearns
Hockey East Team Boston University
Born November 11 1986 (1986-11-11) (age 30),
Norwood, Pennsylvania
Pro Career present



Playing careerEdit

Gina Kearns played boys high school hockey for Interboro High School. Kearns also captained the Philadelphia Little Flyers of the MAWHL in 2003-04. While with the Little Flyers, she tallied 146 points (92 goals, 54 assists) in 53 games. The following year, Kearns competed for the Princeton Tiger Lilies of the Mid-Atlantic Women's Hockey Association. WIth the Tiger Lillies, she accumulated 121 points (81 goals, 40 assists) in 51 games. The Tiger Lilies earned the bronze medal at the 2005 USA Hockey Girls' 19 & Under National Championship.

NCAAEdit

Her NCAA career was played at Boston University. In 2005-06, she appeared in all 33 games as a freshman. Her twenty-seven points (13 goals, 14 assists) ranked second on the Terriers.[1] On November 26, 2005, she had a season high three points versus Robert Morris. On October 15 versus Union, and January 17, 2006 versus Brown, she scored two goals. In her first NCAA game (October 7, 2005 vs. Northeastern), she scored the first shorthanded goal in Terriers history. She was the only Terriers player that season to average at least one point in every three games. In her sophomore season (2006-07), she played in all 34 games while ranking second on the team with twenty-six points (14 goals, 12 assists).

She finished her BU career as the all-time leading scorer for the Terriers. She accumulated 52 goals and 50 assists for 102 points. In addition, she was a three-year captain for BU, resulting in the first three-year captain in program history. She also is the first player to score 50 goals and record 100 points in a career.[2] She majored in health and rehabilitation sciences and shined as a student-athlete.

On June 21, 2011, Kearns was named as an assistant coach for the Penn State Nittany Lions women's ice hockey program.[3]

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