7 - Jamie Gray
Jamie Gray
Height: 5-5
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Calgary, Alta.
High School: Edge School
Position: D
Major: Economics
Previous Team: Edge School
S/C: R
Residential College: Branford

2012-13 (Senior): Scored first career goal Nov. 9 at Clarkson ... Finished season with one goal and two assists ... Appeared in all 29 games for the second straight season.

2011-12 (Junior): Two assists in 29 games.

2010-11 (Sophomore): Four assists in 28 games.

2009-10 (Freshman): First career point came on assist vs. Dartmouth Nov. 21 ... Two assists in 28 games.

Hockey Canada/International Hockey: In addition to Canada and the U.S., has played games in Australia, Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Sweden and Switzerland ... Traveled to Australia with Edge School in April 2009 to train and compete in a development camp with the Australian and New Zealand national teams ... Selected to attend Top 46 Team Alberta U-18 Provincial camp in 2008 ... Placed fourth with Rocky Mountain Storm at Czech Hockey Challenge Cup in 2008, finishing behind three teams from Russia and ahead of select teams from Czech Republic and Slovakia that included national team players ... Storm tied German South U-22 team in exhibition in Fussen, Germany ... Received bronze medal with Rocky Mountain Storm at Czech Hockey Challenge Cup in Prague in 2007, placing behind teams from Russia that included national team players ... Storm defeated Austrian National Women's Team, 2-1, in Graz, Austria ... Selected to represent Calgary in the Alberta Winter Games, and attend the Hockey Alberta U-16 Program of Excellence camp, in 2006 ... Invited by head coach of Swedish Women's National Team to participate in Swedish International School of Hockey, an invitational camp for players born in 1990 and 1991, in July of 2006 ... Traveled with Storm to the Czech Hockey Challenge in August 2004 as an affiliate player and played with former Bulldog defenseman Carlee Ness '09 in a game against a Czech club team.

Before Yale: Part of inaugural season for Edge School's varsity team in 2008-09, serving as assistant captain ... Team was third in the Junior Women's Hockey League and fourth at the JWHL Challenge Cup ... Earned President's Award, for an average above 90 percent in one or more courses, in senior year at Edge ... Honor roll and honor roll with distinction selection from grades seven through 12 ... Qualified for Alexander Rutherford Scholarship from grades 10 through 12 ... Also played basketball at Edge, winning ISAA championship and qualifying for provincials in 2009 ... Ran track at Edge as well, winning 4x100-meter relay and placing second in 4x200-meter relay and 800-meter run at Calgary Independent School meet ... Led Calgary Bruins Midget AAA team in goals by a defenseman in 2008.

Notes: Oldest sister, Erin, played at Western Ontario, earned a B.S. in chemistry and is currently at the University of British Columbia earning a degree in dentistry ... Sister Katie played defense for Dartmouth, class of 2009, majoring in mechanical engineering ... First visit to Yale was when she was in 10th grade, to see Katie play vs. Yale at Ingalls Rink ... Edge School teammate Jen Matichuk also plays for Yale ... Traveled to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands with the Edge School in March 2009 ... Volunteered with Amnesty International to raise awareness around Calgary about genocide in Darfur ... Also helped raise funds for victims of Darfur.

Why Yale? "I first visited Yale in grade 10 when I came to watch my sister Katie, a defenseman with the Dartmouth Big Green, play against the Bulldogs in Ingalls Rink. I toured the campus with one of the Yale hockey coaches and was instantly impressed. From then on, Yale has stood out above all others, in my mind, both as an exciting program and as a prestigious university."

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