15 - Cory Pelletier
Cory Pelletier
Height: 5-8
Year: Senior
Hometown: Walpole, MA
High School: Walpole
Position: B
Pelletier has started every game of her Brown career ... Made her mark as a freshman, scoring six goals and one assist, and added two more of each last season ... Plays an instrumental role in offensive corners at the striker position, due to her powerful and accurate drive ... Developed into a dependable and steady playmaker from the backfield, making an impressive impact for the Bears in their 1999 record setting season ... Attacking back with solid speed, stickwork, and tackling techniques ... Possesses a strong desire to carry the ball into the opposition's circle, creating numerous scoring opportunities ... Recipient of the 1999 Brown Field Hockey Rookie of the Year Award as voted on by her teammates ... Before Brown: Named the New England Female High School Athlete of the Year at the 1999 American Cancer Society Awards Banquet ... Graduate of Walpole High School where she captained her squad and was selected team MVP in 1998 ... Led Walpole to Massachusetts D-I Championship in 1998 and 1996 ... 1998 Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic Field Hockey Team ... Named Boston Globe Division I Field Hockey Player of the Year and Daily Transcript Player of the Year in 1998 ... Wendy's High School Heisman Award Nominee for Academic and Athletic Excellence in 1998 ... 1998 STX/NFHCA High School Regional All-American ... Played in the 1998 Best of 60 Senior All-Star Game ... Daily Transcript and League All-Star in 1997 and 1998 ... Field Hockey All-American Nominee in 1997 ... Bay State Games participant in 1997 (silver medal) and 1998 (gold medal) ... USFHA Futures Program and Festival participant ... Personal: Daughter of Raymond and Donna Pelletier ... Concentrating in Biology.