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Bentley University Falcons
146 Northeast-10 Championships
80 CoSIDA Academic All-Americas
2014 NCAA Div. II Women's Basketball National Champs
2001 NCAA Div. II Field Hockey National Champs
Women's Basketball: NCAA Record 35 NCAA tournaments
35 Joe Calvi
35 - Joe Calvi
Height: 6-0
Weight: 195
Year: Sr
Hometown: New Lenox, Ill.
Position: G
Previous Team: New England Jr. Huskies [EJHL]

2009-10: Started 13 contests … missed nine games with an injury … posted a record of 4-8-1 … goals against average was 3.54 and save percentage was .880 … made 27 saves in season-opener at No. 20 Northeastern Oct. 16 … earned first win of the season in home-opener against UConn Oct. 23 … stopped 26 shots for second straight win against Mercyhurst Oct. 30 … made 29 saves in tie at Air Force Nov. 6 … stretched his unbeaten streak to four with a win and made career-high 44 saves against Sacred Heart Nov. 13 … earned first win after injury layoff with 23 saves at Mercyhurst Jan. 22 … Atlantic Hockey All-Academic.

2008-09: Spilt with time in net evenly with Kyle Rank up until the final five games of the season ... started 15 games and relieved Rank in one other ... posted a 7-8 record with two shutouts ... goals against average was 3.38 and save percentage was .888 ... stopped 24 shots and posted first shutout of the season in 1-0, home-opening win over UConn Nov. 7 ... named Atlantic Hockey Goaltender of the Week for his efforts in that game ... win over UConn was the start of career-best four game winning streak that spanned from Nov. 7-Dec. 5 ... other three wins came at Mercyhurst Nov. 14, against Canisius Nov. 21 and against Holy Cross Dec. 5 ... made 31 saves in 5-2 win at Mercyhurst, which was team’s first win in Erie since 2003 ... made 26 saves in the win over Holy Cross ... stopped 25 shots in 8-3 win at Canisius Jan. 9 ... second shutout of the season came at Army Jan. 30, where he made 32 saves ... earned Atlantic Hockey Goaltender of the Week honors three days later for that performance ... made 28 saves in 4-1 win at Holy Cross Feb. 6, the team’s fourth straight victory ... named Atlantic Hockey All-Academic.

2007-08: Named third team All-Atlantic Hockey ... selected to the Atlantic Hockey All-Rookie team with teammate Erik Peterson ... started 31 of team’s 36 games ... started 19 straight games from Oct. 20-Jan. 12 ... had the fourth highest saves percentage in Atlantic Hockey at .913, which was also the second highest single season saves percentage in Bentley history ... set the single season program record for saves with 936 ... goals against average of 2.90 was the third lowest single season average in Bentley history ... posted first career win and shutout on Oct. 26 vs. Air Force, making 29 saves and helping Bentley to a 4-0 win ... named Atlantic Hockey Rookie of the Month for October ... stopped 38 shots as Falcons earned 5-1 road win over American International on Nov. 3 ... named Atlantic Hockey Rookie of the Week on Nov. 5 ... victory over AIC was start of three-game winning streak from Nov. 3-Nov. 9 ... selected as Atlantic Hockey Goalie of the Month for November ... made 42 saves, the first of three times he made 40-plus saves, as Bentley tied RIT 2-2 on Dec. 1 ... made 35 saves in win at Holy Cross on Jan. 11 ... posted second shutout of the season and made 32 saves to help Bentley defeat Connecticut 6-0 on Feb. 15 ...  named Atlantic Hockey Rookie of the Week on Feb. 18 ... set season high for saves with 43, leading Falcons to 2-1 win over Army on Feb. 22, his third straight win.

Before Bentley: 2004 graduate of Honeoye Central High School ... played junior hockey with the New England Jr. Huskies of the Eastern Junior Hockey League ... named EJHL Goaltender of the Year ... selected to EJHL All-Star Team and All-EJHL Team ... earned EJHL Defensive Player of the Week honors three times ... tied for league lead with 20 wins and posted a 2.61 goals against average and .918 saves percentage.

Personal: Majoring in information design and corporate communication ... age as of Oct. 15: 24 ... brothers Jason, 28, and Nicolas, 22 ... son of Nick and Patrice Calvi ... Nick played quarterback at the University of Indiana.