31 - Katie Germain
Katie Germain
Height: 5-7
Year: Senior
Hometown: Sarnia, Ontario
High School: St. Christopher
Position: G
2002-2003: Saw action in six games, starting three in net...Picked up first win of the season in a 7-2 win against Yale on 1/11, recording a season-high 19 saves...Recorded 16 saves in just 19:29 minutes during the third period of the ECAC Semifinals against Harvard...Is just ten saves away from reaching the 500 career saves mark.

2001-2002: Finished the season ranked first in the ECAC in all goaltending categories, with a 1.22 GAA, a .942 save percentage, and a .889 winning percentage...Recorded five shutouts overall...Named First Team All-Ivy...Named ECAC Goaltender of the Week twice (Feb. 26 & Mar. 5)...2000-2001: Saw action in seven games last season, serving as a backup to All-Ivy goaltender Pam Dreyer...Named Ivy League Rooke of the Week after her 20-save performance in Brown's 1-0 win over Mercyhurst (Jan. 19).

Before Brown: Led the first girls' varsity hockey team at St. Christopher's School to the OFSSA Provincial Championship in 1999...Voted Most Valuable Player by her teammates after posting a .950 save percentage, making 385 saves while posting 15 shutouts in 31 games...Played on the boys' high school team before that, the first female in her school's history to do so...Member of Team Ontario, winning a gold medal for her efforts at the Canada Winter Games...A standout athlete in basketball and soccer, serving as captain of both city championship teams.

Personal: Katie Danielle Elizabeth Germain is the daughter of Raymond and Kathleen Germain of Sarnia, Ontario...Her father Ray played in the IHL for 11 seasons, from 1963-1974...She has two brothers, Christopher, who attended Wilfred Laurier University and the University of Western Ontario; and Michael, who went to Brock University...Undecided on a concentration.