27 - Breana Burton
Breana Burton
Height: 5-5
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Surrey, British Columbia
Position: FORWARD

As a freshman in 2006-07: Appeared in 25 games...finished with two goals and six assists for eight points...named to the ECACHL All-Academic Team...made her Bobcat debut on Sept. 29 at No. 1 Wisconsin...scored her first career goal and the eventual game-winner at Northeastern on Oct. 14...had her first career assist on Oct. 27 vs. Clarkson...scored her second career goal vs. Union on Nov. 11 in a 6-4 win...set up a goal in the 4-3 win at Cornell on Nov. 18...assisted on a goal in the Nutmeg Classic championship game at Yale on Dec. 31...set up a goal in the 6-0 win at Union on Jan. 13...assisted on a goal at Rensselaer on Jan. 14.

Before Quinnipiac: Made the honor roll throughout high school...played on the BC Best Ever team four years in a row and won a Gold Medal...played with Team British Columbia for three years and served as an assistant captain...recently competed with the Senior Team BC in the Esso Nationals...won a Bronze Medal at the U-18 Nationals and was an assistant captain...played on the 2003 Bantam Boys Playoff Champions squad...named Female Athlete of the Year and Best Physical Education Student (grades 8-11) at Johnston Heights Secondary High School...voted "most athletic" among fellow classmates...also lettered in volleyball for a year as a setter and was named the team[apos]s Most Valuable Player and Best Coverage player...relative Lorne Henning was selected by the New York Islanders in the second round and 17th overall in the 1972 NHL Amateur Draft and won two Stanley Cups with the team as a player and two as a coach from 1980 to 1983...also was a head coach of the Minnesota North Stars and New York Islanders and an assistant coach with the Islanders, Chicago Blackhawks, and Anaheim Mighty Ducks.

Personal: Born in Surrey, British Columbia...daughter of Dave and Gwen Burton... has an older brother, Adam...majoring in Law.