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Tina Cardinale-Beauchemin is a member of the Northeastern University athletics Hall of Fame. Cardinale was elected in 2002 for her excellence in women's ice hockey. Cardinale was also a pioneer as a member of the first ever United States Women's National Hockey Team where she was captain.
During her first season as a Husky, Cardinale scored 19 goals with 13 assists for 32 points. Her sophomore season she score 15 goals and 20 assists for 35 points. Her junior season she was named an ECAC All-Star she scored 18 goals and 30 assists for 48 points.
Cardinale saved her best effort for her senior season where Northeastern went 26-0-1 and she scored 18 goals and 41 assists for 59 points. Cardinale was named an ECAC All-Star for the second time.
In 1990 Cardinale was appointed the first ever captain for the United States women's national ice hockey team for the 1990 Women's World Ice Hockey Championships. Cardinale was also on the national team during 1992. 
Tina Cardinale is also known as Tina Beauchemin, her married name, Cardinale is her maiden name.
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