6 Michaela Faia
6 - Michaela Faia
Height: 5-5
Year: So.
Hometown: Malden, Mass.
High School: Kents Hill
Position: F
Major: Health Sciences

Assisted on the first goal in program history. Later, had the first multi-goal game in program history.

As a Sophomore in 2013-14: Played in 23 games for the Ravens...Finished second on the team in power-play goals (4)...Tallied 6-10-16 with one game-winning goal while recording 70 shots on goal...Picked up three penalties for six minutes...Scored a third-period power-play goal in the season opener at Nichols on 11/1...Assisted on the eventual game-winner in the second before scoring an insurance goal late in the third against Plymouth State on 11/2...Chipped in an assist against Massachusetts Boston on 11/8...Put home a power-play goal early in the third period against Stevenson on 11/22...Netted a power-play marker which later stood as the game-winner at 17:54 of the first period against Stevensono n 11/23...Dished out an assist against SUNY Canton on 12/13...Put away a power-play goal late in the first period against SUNY Canton on 12/14...Had a pair of assists, including one on the game-winning goal early in the first period against Saint Michael's on 1/7...Piled up nine shots on goal and assisted on the game-winning goal early in the third at Plymouth State on 1/11...Dished out an assist at Salve Regina on 1/14...Contributed an assist at Univ. of New England on 1/18...Chipped in an assist against Saint Michael's on 1/21...Scored a goal agaisnt Sacred Heart on 1/24...Tallied an assist at Sacred Heart on 2/15.
2013-14 Statistics 

As a Freshman in 2012-13: Played in all 21 games for the Ravens...Led the team in shots on goal (98) and power-play goals (6)...Finished second on the team in goals (11), tied for second in assists (9) and ranked third in points (20)...Picked up three penalties for six minutes...Made her collegiate debut and dished out an assist in the season-opener against Salve Regina on 10/26...Scored her first career goal, a power-play marker, and added an assist for her first career multi-point game against Nichols on 10/27...Netted a power-play goal against Stevenson on 11/10...Had her first career multi-goal game and made it a three-point day with two goals and an assist at Univ. of New England on 11/16...Scored a goal and added an assist against Univ. of New England on 11/30...Netted a power-play goal and added an assist at Plymouth State on 12/8...Dished out an assist in the consolation round of the Rutland Herald Invitational against Sacred Heart on 1/12...Scored a power-play goal and added an assist at Massachusetts Boston on 1/16...Netted a power-play goal at Nichols on 1/22...Scored a power-play goal and added an assist at Saint Michael's on 2/8...Dished out an assist at Saint Michael's on 2/9...Scored a pair of goals against Sacred Heart on 2/15.
2012-13 Statistics 

Faia Before Franklin Pierce: Four-year letterwinner at Kents Hill (Maine) School...All-Conference selection as both a sophomore and a junior...All-Star selection as a freshman...Team MVP as a senior captain...Kents Hills Girls Athletic Association Award recipient as a senior...Also played soccer, lacrosse and softball at Kents Hill...Team captain of soccer and lacrosse as a senior.

Personal: Daughter of Joyce Poirier and Michael Faia...A health sciences major.