“Heather is a clever player. She has hands and vision and can make plays with the puck. She will make the players she plays with better.”- Jeff Kampsersal
Senior Year (2011-12): Played in all 31 games ... finished with 11 points on two goals and nine assists ... scored a power-play goal at Boston College on Nov. 25 ... had an assist at both Yale and Brown on Dec. 2-3 ... earned two assists in a 3-0 shutout of Harvard on Jan. 6 ... picked up an assist in a 5-3 win over Colgate on Jan. 13 ... had a two-assist game in the final game of the regular season vs. Union ... had an assist in game one of the ECAC quarterfinals at Harvard ... had a short-handed goal and an assist in game two.
• 2012 ECAC All-Academic Team
Junior Year (2010-11): Appeared in 27 games, missing the final four games because of injury … named to the ECAC All-Academic Team … scored five goals and added four assists for nine points … first goal of the season came in a loss at fifth-ranked Boston University … had an assist on the power play in a win over Brown … notched assists in back-to-back wins over Syracuse … had an assist in a win over Quinnipiac … scored in back-to-back road wins at Clarkson and St. Lawrence … added two goals in a home win over St. Lawrence.
• 2011 ECAC All-Academic Team
Sophomore Year (2009-10): Skated in all 31 games as a sophomore … tied for team lead in goals with 11 … added seven assists for a total of 18 points … scored two goals and added two assists in a win at Vermont … notched an assist in a win over Union … scored in Princeton's shutout of Yale … opened the scoring with the game winner at Brown … scored both goals, including the overtime game winner at Harvard … added an assist in a win against Boston University … scored in a loss to BU … added a power-play goal in a loss to Syracuse … had an assist in a tie at Quinnipiac … scored two goals in a win over Dartmouth.
• 2010 ECAC All-Academic Team
Freshman Year (2008-09): Appeared in 28 games as a freshman ... scored seven goals and added nine assists for 16 points ... named to the ECAC All-Academic Team ... made her collegiate debut on Oct. 24 versus Connecticut ... added an assist for her first collegiate point in her second game against UConn ... scored two goals on the power-play in a loss to Dartmouth ... added an assist in a win at Cornell ... scored on the power play in a win over St. Lawrence ... had an assist in the win at defending national champion Minnesota Duluth ... scored Princeton's goal in a 1-0 win at Harvard ... had assists in both ends of a weekend sweep at Rensselaer and Union ... added two assists at Quinnipiac ... scored and added a helper in a win over Colgate ... added an assist in a tie with Cornell ... scored in Princeton's home-ice clinching win at Brown ... notched a goal against RPI in the first game of the ECAC Quarterfinals.
• 2009 ECAC All-Academic Team
Before Princeton: Played for both Middlesex School and Assabet Valley ... as a senior at Middlesex, she scored 19 goals and had 14 assists for 33 points in 21 games ... was a team captain as Middlesex was finalist in the D2 New England Championships and earned All-ISL honors for the third time in her career ... was a member of Assabet Valley’s U16 National Championship team in 2007 and went to the quarterfinals with the U19 team last season.
Personal: Full name is Heather Marie Landry ... daughter of Scott and Susan Landry ... father attended Stonehill and is a software manager ... mother attended Wheaton and is a research analyst ... has an older brother Jon that played hockey at Holy Cross and currently plays professionally in the AHL and ECHL ... enjoys reading, music and playing the piano ... birthday is Jan. 13.
| Career Highs
||Career Firsts|| Multiple/Game
|| 2, 5x MR vs. St. Lawrence (1/28/11)
|| vs. Dartmouth (10/31/08)
|Assists|| 2, 4x MR vs. Union (2/18/12)
||vs. Connecticut (10/25/08)||4|
||4 at Vermont (10/24/09)||A vs. Connecticut (10/25/08)|| 9
|High School:||Middlesex School|