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Helen Resor '04

Class of 2014 
Soccer, Hockey, Lacrosse 

 

Helen was a three sport varsity athlete and captain in soccer, hockey and lacrosse at Nobles. An absolutely dominant athlete in all three sports, she was an easy choice for the Nobles Shield in the spring of 2004 and is still remembered as one of the school’s best pure athletes. It was on the ice, however, where Helen dominated on an entirely different level.  
 
In her three years on the Nobles hockey team, Helen’s teams went 73-4-3 and won three ISL titles and two New England titles in 2002 and 2004. In 72 career games played (she missed seven games her senior season recovering from a broken leg), she had 45 goals and 73 assists for 118 points as a defenseman. She was All-ISL three times and MVP of the New England Preparatory School Athletic Conference tournament in 2004. It was a combination of her toughness, powerful skating and game sense that set her apart. In fact, some believe that Helen’s innate toughness was part of her game even in youth hockey, where she was rumored to have instigated a bench-clearing brawl while playing in a boys’ hockey league as a young girl..” 
 
After Nobles, she played at Yale, where she was named a team MVP in 2009 and was a Finalist for the 2009 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award for the best Division I women’s hockey player in the United States. One of 13 Nobles Olympians, four of whom are women hockey players, Helen won a bronze medal in the 2006 Olympic Games in Turin, Italy. 
 
 

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