6 - Melissa Perry
Melissa Perry
Height: 5-6
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Chelsea, Mich.
Position: FORWARD

As a Sophomore in 2009-10:
Saw action in 36 games…Scored one goal and three assists on the season…Assisted on the game-winning goal against Northeastern on 10/17 in a 1-0 victory…Scored the game-tying goal in a 1-1 tie against Colgate on 11/20…Recorded an assist in an 11-1 victory over Sacred Heart on 11/28…Registered an assist in a 2-1 victory over St. Lawrence on 2/12.

As a freshman in 2008-09:
Played in all 34 games last season on defense...Led all Rookies and ranked fifth on the team in scoring with 8 points (8 assists)...Picked up her first collegiate point when she assisted on the opening goal in the Bobcats' first win of the season over Syracuse on Oct. 17...Assisted defensive partner Trudy Reyns on the Bobcats' lone goal against Harvard on Oct. 31...Dished out the assist to Elyse Cole's game-tying goal against Cornell on Nov. 8...Assisted Kallie Flor at the Nutmeg Classic 3-2 loss to Wayne State on Nov. 28...Continued her point streak when she assisted fellow freshman Chelsea Illchuk against Princeton on Dec. 2...Earned her sixth apple of the year when she assisted Reyns' game-tying goal against Dartmouth on Jan. 2...Connected with Janine Duffy on a power play goal to tie the final score at 3-3 against RPI on Jan. 10...Contributed her final assist of the season on Feb. 7 when she dished a helper to Cole for the lone goal against Colgate.

Before Quinnipiac:
Suited up for the Little Caesars U-19 Team... Played on teams that won NAHA Tournament, JWHL Tournament, and a Michigan State Championship and placed second in the National Championships... Earned Honorable Mention honors for the MWEHL...Served as captain or assistant captain in each of the last four seasons.

Personal:
A native of Chelsea, Michigan...Daughter of Mark and Charlotte Perry...Has an older brother, Matt...Father played hockey at the University of Michigan...Graduated Summa Cum Laude from Chelsea High School, while earning the excellence in Physics and French awards...Majoring in physical therapy.