Moore Lands on Women’s Hockey All-Ivy Second Team

Moore Lands on Women’s Hockey All-Ivy Second Team

2013-14 Women's Hockey All-Ivy Release

PRINCETON, N.J. – After another tireless year-long effort in net, senior goalie Aubree Moore (Bowie, Md.) played her way onto the women's hockey All-Ivy Second Team as announced by the league office on Thursday. Moore picks up the second All-Ivy selection of her career and the first for a Brown player since Moore received First Team accolades in 2012.

The cornerstone of the Bears' defense, Moore posted a .924 save percentage and 2.64 goals against average, which ranked 22nd and 28th in the nation, respectively. Her 882 saves stood fourth in the country and pushed her career total to 2,224, making her the first Brown goalie to crack the 2,000 career saves plateau since Nicole Stock finished her tenure with a program-record 2,849 stops in 2009.

A consistent saves machine, Moore made at least 30 saves 13 times, 40 saves six times and 50 saves three times while playing over 96 percent of the goalie minutes for Brown. Moore was named the ECAC Goalie of the Week on Feb. 11 for her 51-save performance in a 3-0 shutout of Rensselaer on Feb. 7. Earlier this season, Moore snagged a career-high 54 saves in a 2-1 overtime victory at RIT on Oct. 26. The following weekend, the co-captain put on another dazzling display with 53 saves in a 1-1 tie at then-fifth-ranked Clarkson on Nov. 1.

The All-Ivy selection adds to Moore's lengthy list of awards for her career, which includes First Team All-Ivy (2012), ECAC Third Team (2012), finalist for ECAC Goalie of the Year (2012) and three nods to the ECAC All-Academic Team.


Jill Sauliner, Cornell (Jr., F - Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada)
Emerance Maschmeyer, Harvard (So., G - Bruderheim, Alberta, Canada) 

Hannah Bunton, Cornell (Fr., F - Belleville, Ontario, Canada) 

Emily Fulton, Cornell (Jr., F - Stratford, Ontario, Canada)
*Jill Sauliner, Cornell (Jr., F - Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada)
Lindsey Allen, Dartmouth (So., F - Toronto)
Miye D'Oench, Harvard (So., F - New York)
*Alyssa Gagliardi, Cornell (Sr., D - Raleigh, N.C.)
Sarah Edney, Harvard (Jr., D - Mississauga, Ontario, Canada)
*Emerance Maschmeyer, Harvard (So., G - Bruderheim, Alberta, Canada) 

Jessica Campbell, Cornell (Sr., F - Melville, Saskatchewan, Canada)
Hillary Crowe, Harvard (Jr., F - Eden Prairie, Minn.)
Mary Parker, Harvard (So., F - Milton, Mass.)
Denna Laing, Princeton (Sr., F - Marblehead, Mass.)
Rose Alleva, Princeton (Sr., D - Red Wing, Minn.)
Tara Tomimoto, Yale (Sr., D - Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
Aubree Moore, Brown (Sr., G - Bowie, Md.)

Phoebe Staenz, Yale (Fr., F - Zurich)
Hayleigh Cudmore, Cornell (Sr., D - Oakville, Ontario, Canada)
Cassandra Poudrier, Cornell (So., F - Mont-Laurier, Quebec, Canada)
Marissa Gedman, Harvard (Jr., D - Framingham, Mass.)
Lauren Slebodnick, Cornell (Sr., GK - Manchester, N.H.)

 *Unanimous Selection
^The number of forwards on the first and second teams expanded to four due to ties in voting