18 - Jazz Webber
Jazz Webber
Birth Date: 07/10/1988
Height: 5-5
Year: Senior
Hometown: Winslow, ME
High School: Hebron Academy
Position: F/D

NOTABLES Fastest skater on the team ... Never stops moving on the ice ... Will see time as a forward as well as a blueliner ... Described as a "sparkplug" that is always making things happen while making players around her better

Webber 2009-10Registered a career-best 15 points to rank first on the Beacons, sixth in the ECAC East and 24th in the country among defensemen over 26 games ... Notched a career-high 13 assists for a 0.50 per game average, the 13th highest total among Division III blueliners ... Scored two goals on the season, both were game-winners coming in UMass Boston victories over New England College on December 11 and Castleton State on January 16 ... Recorded four multi-point outings on the year ... Tied a career-high with two assists twice, dishing out two helpers vs. Wesleyan on December 5 and against Salve Regina on February 6 ... Registered a pair of three-match point streaks in games from December 5-11 and January 16-29.

2008-09: Made the transition as a full-time defenseman and matched her career-high with nine points in 26 games to rank 17th among ECAC East blueliners ... Netted five power play goals to rank third on the squad and 11th in ECAC East ... Tallied six goals overall for a personal-best ... Notched at least one point in four of the season's last six games, including a three consecutive contests from February 17-23 ... Netted a career-high two goals and tied a school record with a pair of power play goals at Plymouth State University on February 13.


2007-08: Played in 25 games on the season, including the first 13 as a forward ... Tallied nine points on a pair of goals and seven assists ... Tied for fifth on the team in assists ... Netted her first collegiate goal in the Beacons' season opener at Salve Regina University on November 3 ... Registered points in back-to-back games on two occasions ... Collected a season-high two assists in UMB's 6-0 win at Plymouth State on February 2.

Personal/High School: Won five letters in ice hockey and three in track and field for Hebron Academy ... Ran sprints for the Lumberjacks' track and field squad and was named the team's Most Valuable Performer ... Helped the Hebron track and field team to a MAISAD Championship as well as a New England crown ... Born July 10, 1988 ... Daughter of Ron and Audré Webber ... Majoring in psychology/sociology ... Enjoys the beach, being outside, hanging out, having fun, walking around and traveling.