Besides coaching for the Black Bears, Senecal worked in recruiting, organizing road trips, fundraising, and community service participation projects, such as youth hockey skill clinics for the greater Bangor area.
Senecal had career totals of three goals and 18 assists for 21 career points. Prior to playing for the Black Bears, Senecal played in the NWHL, along with representing Quebec at the Canada games. She also played in the CESEP league.
Awards and honorsEdit
In all four years with the Black Bears, she was a Maine Scholar-Athlete. In addition, she earned the Presidential Pin Award for Human Development and also earned Hockey East All-Academic Team honors both her junior and senior years. Senecal was also named a Top Scholar-Athlete in Women’s Hockey East for the 2006-07 season.
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Senecal earned a Bachelors degree in KPE Teaching and Coaching. In addition, she completed her Masters of Education at the University of Maine.