13 Christine Fingerhuth
13 Christine Fingerhuth
Height: 5-0
Year: Junior
Hometown: Santiago, Chile
High School: Deutsche Schule Santiago
Position: F

 

Year

GP-GS

G

A

P

Sh

Sh%

SOG

SOG%

GWG

DSV

2007

21-20

11

5

27

39

.282

20

.513

1

0

2008

18-17

10

2

22

51

.196

27

.529

1

0

2009

20-20

13

3

29

62

.210

36

.581

4

0

TOTAL

59-57

34

10

78

152

.224

83

.546

6

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2009: Named to All-Mid-Atlantic Region First Team for second consecutive year … earned Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year with a conference leading 13 goals … earned place on Patriot League First Team for second consecutive year … finished season with career-high 29 points (13G, 3A) … finished season ranked 13th for points (78) and 10th for goals (34) in program history … named Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week on August 31st after recording one goal against both Indiana and Richmond …  recorded two goals against both James Madison (9/20) and Lehigh (11/1) … scored four game-winning goals … named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll for second consecutive year … NFHCA Division I Academic Squad selection.

2008: Named Longstreth/NFHCA Division I Third Team All-America … also named Patriot League Tournament Most Valuable Player, First Team All-Mid-Atlantic and All-Patriot League First Team … helped the Chilean Junior National Team to a silver medal at the Junior Pan American Games and was named the tournament’s MVP ... appeared in 18 games, making 17 starts … ranked second on the team with 22 points (10 goals, two assists) … team’s second-leading goal scorer with 10 … recorded game winning goal on Aug. 30 versus New Hampshire … season-high four points (two goals) in 5-2 win over Northwestern (9/13) … Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection.

2007: Earned Second Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region honors … played in all 21 games, starting 20 … team’s second-leading goal scorer with 11 … ranked fourth on the team with 27 points (11 goals, five assists) … put 20 of 39 shots on goal … scored game-winning goal in 3-0 win versus Kent State (9/15) … scored two goals in wins over Kent State (9/15), Lafayette (10/13) and Towson (10/17).

High School: Member of the Manquehue Club field hockey team for 10 years ... led the Manquehue Club A Team in goals for four straight years (2003-2006) ... earned a spot on the Junior National Team, participating in the Four Nations Junior Tournament held in Santiago, Chile ... voted the best Junior Hockey Player for the Manquehue Club in 2001 and 2004 ... two-time recipient of the National and International Sport Merit Award (2004, 05) ... earned “Manquehue Spirit” recognition in 2006 ... awarded the diploma in recognition for outstanding performances in sports in her final season.