|High School:||Governor's Academy|
Has played in every game for Bentley over the last two seasons after transferring from Columbia University, starting 60 of 63 contests ... career averages of 9.7 ppg and 2.7 rpg, with 82 three-pointers ... career norm of 29.8 minutes per game ranks eighth in program history.
Averaged 7.8 points, 2.4 rebounds and 27.3 minutes while starting 31 of 33 games ... second on team with 37 three-pointers ... averaged 7.2 points and 2.2 rebounds in the NCAA regional ... was a much better foul shooter away from Waltham (20-25, .800) than in the Dana Center (21-36, .583) ... 12 10-point games, with a high of 15 in the season-opener at nationally-ranked Holy Family ... dropped in 14 points against Pace Jan. 29 and again in the NCAA regional semis against Assumption Mar. 13 ... Bentley was 11-1 when she scored in doubles ... Falcons were also 12-1 when she connected on two or more three-pointers ... had three straight games with six rebounds from Jan. 8-15.
In her first year in a Falcon uniform, was second on the team in scoring, averaging 11.8 points ... shot 41 percent from field and 35 percent from three ... 45 threes was tied for the team-high ... from Jan. 6-16, averaged 16.3 points on 52 percent shooting ... erupted for 23 points in Jan. 6 game at New Haven ... previous high of 20 points came Nov. 18 at Merrimack ... 20 points vs. Franklin Pierce Feb. 20 ... made at least two threes in 15 games ... ranked 13th in the Northeast-10 in field goal percentage and was 20th in scoring ... was named to the Northeast-10 Weekly Honor Roll twice (Nov. 23, Jan. 11).
2008-09 Season (at Columbia)
Appeared in nine games during the first semester, averaging 14.6 minutes, 5.4 points and 1.3 rebounds ... after a slow start, was 15 of 32 from field in last seven games, including 7 of 18 from three ... in her final game as a Lion, set career-bests in points (12) and rebounds (6) against North Carolina State Dec. 22 ... previous best of 10 points was set against St. Francis (N.Y.) Nov. 18.
2008 graduate of Governor Dummer Academy in Byfield, Mass. ... as a senior, was the team captain and the Independent School League MVP ... was the team MVP and an All-League performer all four seasons ... Boston Globe All-Scholastic ... finished career with 1,365 points ... nominated for McDonald’s All-American Games ... played three years of soccer as well ... finished AAU career with Lady Celtics ... was just 7 when she began playing AAU, and was the “poster girl” for the AAU girls basketball website for a number of years.
Is majoring in liberal studies, with a concentration in Media and Culture ... hopes to work in film/video editing after Bentley ... age as of Nov. 15, 2010: 20 ... daughter of Charlie and Denise Goodwin ... has three older brothers: Charlie (28), Troy (24) and Joseph (23) ... also has a sister, Deanna (25) ... Troy and Deanna played college basketball at Southern New Hampshire, and Joe played at Merrimack ... is a cousin of former NHL goalie Jim Carey ... has coached under-10 AAU ball during the summer with her sister Deanna ... has helped with Make-A-Wish and was an Open House Ambassador.