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Mary Kate Tonetti


Senior - Goaltender
West Chester, PA
West Chester Quakers

2012-13 Alternate Captain

2012-13 ACHA Off-Ice MVP
September 2014 ACHA/Warrior Goaltender of the Month
January 2015 ACHA/Warrior Goaltender of the Month
2014-15 ECWHL Second Team All-Conference

Pointstreak statistics page

2014-15: From preseason question mark to one of the nation's best goaltenders, Tonetti enjoyed a spectacular senior year. She was named the ACHA's Warrior Goaltender of the Month twice, including in January 2015, a period that saw the second-term club president key several huge wins. On the 10th, she made 39 saves in a 2-1 overtime win over then-number five Massachusetts, and she followed that up the next weekend with a 51/54 effort in wins at Ohio State and top-ranked defending national champion Miami. Tonetti finished the year near the top of the list in every ACHA Division 1 statistical category, including shutouts, where her four (including three in PSU's first seven games - against Vermont, Delaware and Navy - to start the season) established a new team single-season record and were one off of the national lead. Her 15 wins tied Katie Vaughan's team mark from 2013-14, while her career 0.938 save percentage edged out Vaughan's 0.935 as a Lady Ice Lions high.

2013-14: While Tonetti remained primarily a forward during her junior season, arguably her biggest moment of the year came in a return to the crease, during a home series against Delaware on December 7 and 8, 2013. Usual goalie Katie Vaughan was in Italy competing for Team USA in the World University Games at the time, so Tonetti buckled on the pillows once again and responded with consecutive shutouts of the Blue Hens on a combined 38 saves to close Penn State's fall semester schedule. Those games came less than a month after she had burned UD for a goal and an assist on the road, one of her three multi-point outings - a list that also a three-assist effort on October 12, 2013 in the Lady Ice Lions' first-ever win over California - en route to becoming the team's fifth-best scorer.

2012-13: Tonetti served as the Lady Ice Lions' first president through the transition to the post-2012 era of Penn State hockey and, in perhaps the finest show of her leadership, she underwent the most drastic of position changes - from goalie to forward - to alleviate a numbers situation that initially saw three goalies on a roster of 13. She took to the adjustment remarkably well, scoring the first goal of her life in a win at Maryland on November 3, 2011 and adding a pair of assists in a home rout of Slippery Rock a month later while generally creating headaches for her old netminding compatriots. The depth and balance allowed by Tonetti's move was essential to PSU's 2013 nationals qualification and subsequent run to the championship game.

2011-12: As a freshman goalie on the Lady Icers' ECWHL regular season championship team, Tonetti served as Katie Vaughan's backup and posted solid stats despite playing more than half of her minutes (80 of 153) against NCAA Division I competition - at Robert Morris on September 23, 2011 and at Sacred Heart on January 13, 2012. She collected her first career win and shutout on November 11, 2011 at California, as PSU topped the Vulcans 6-0.

Career Statistics (Goaltending):
Season GP Rec. Min. GAA SO GA SOG Svs. Sv%
2011-12
3
1-1-0
153:08
3.13
1
8
70
62
0.886
2013-14
2
2-0-0
102:00
0.00
2
0
38
38
1.000
2014-15
24
15-7-2
1433:17
1.88
4
45
747
702
0.940
Career
29
18-8-2
1688:25
1.86
7
53
855
802
0.938

Career Statistics (Scoring):
Season GP G A Pts. PIM PP SH GW
2012-13
14
2
5
7
6
0
0
0
2013-14
23
4
7
11
12
0
0
2
Career
37
6
12
18
18
0
0
2