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    Regan Mooney
    Regan Mooney


    Spring City, Pa.

    High School:
    St. Pius X




    Armstrong's Honda Sports Award Recognition Caps Off NU's Strong 2011 Season

    NU earned third straight winning season under head coach Tracey Fuchs


    Northwestern Earns 97 Fall Academic All-Big Ten Awards to Break Own Mark Again

    Wildcats establish single-sport season high for the honor for the fifth-straight year


    Armstrong and Parsley Earn First-Team All-Region Honors

    First time since 1996 two 'Cats garner first-team nod


    Regan Mooney Selected to Play in the 2011 NFHCA Senior Game

    NU senior will compete in the All-Star Game on Nov. 19


    Armstrong Headlines Strong Wildcat Presence In All-Big Ten Honors

    Junior tabbed Big Ten's Offensive Player of the Year for the second-straight season

    2011: Earned second-team All-Big Ten honors ... Started all 21 games as a senior forward ... Primary penalty corner inserter for NU ... Led the Big Ten with 20 assists on the season ... Fourth in the nation in assists per game (0.95) ... Led NU with a .865 shot-on-goal percentage (35 shots/32 on goal) ... Second on the team and third in the Big Ten with 36 points ... Third on the team in goals (eight) and shots (37) ... Earned at least one point in 15 of 21 games played ... Recorded a season-high of five points vs. Saint Louis (1g, 3a) ... Scored the lone goal in the 1-0 win vs. Louisville in the regular-season finale (10/20) ... Invited to play in the 2011 NFHCA Senior Game.

    2010: Played in 20 games with eight starts ... Finished the season with seven goals and one assist ... 16 shots on goal ... Scored at least one goal in six out of seven games from Aug. 30-Sept. 17 ... Tallied a Big Ten goal vs. Michigan State in the regular-season finale ... Academic All-Big Ten.

    2009: Played in 16 games ... Scored four goals, including a career-best two goals in one game against Saint Louis (10/4) ... Notched her first career assist at Miami (Ohio) (9/13) ... Career-high seven shots on goal.

    2008: Played in eight games her freshman year, recording two shots.

    High School: Two-time captain and four-time letterwinner in field hockey ... Three-year letterwinner in basketball ... Scored 63 career goals ... Led the area in scoring senior year with 33 goals and 15 assists ... First-team all-conference selection in 2006 and '07, second-team in 2005 ... Pottstown Mercury all-area selection in 2007, second-team in 2006 ... 2007 team MVP ... Reached league semifinals three times ... Won division championship in 2005, '07 ... Played in 2006 National Futures Tournament and won silver medal ... Played in 2006 Junior Olympics, Futures Elite ... Club team won Pool A championship at the National Indoor Tournament in 2007 ... Three-time Nation Hockey Festival pool champion ... Won 2007 Disney Showcase under-19 championship.

    Personal: Born Regan Katherine Mooney ... Daughter of Kim and Jim Mooney ... Mother played field hockey at Purdue ... Sister plays basketball at the University of Scranton ... Competed against freshman Kaylee Pohlmeyer at National Indoor Tournament championship ... Majoring in human development and psychological services.

    Getting to know Regan

    Facebook or Twitter: Both

    Describe Tracey in five words or less: Awesome

    What's the best part of playing Northwestern Field Hockey? My teammates

    Favorite food: Papa Johns

    Favorite TV show: House and Law and Order: Svu

    Favorite movie: Ocean's Eleven or Love and Basketball

    Favorite vacation spot: Sea Isle City, New Jersey

    Favorite place to shop: Forever 21

    If I wasn't playing field hockey, I'd be playing: with Tate

    If I could be any character from a TV show or movie I'd be: Olivia Benson from Law and Order: SVU

    Best NUFH memory so far: Beating Ohio State and lots of Fockey Four memories

    Which NUFH player is the biggest jokester on the team? It's a toss up, but Amanda or Sher

    Favorite thing to do besides play field hockey? Hang with my friends and family

    Best thing about Northwestern: NUFH!

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