2017 (Sophomore): Against Longwood University 9/3 she assisted on the lone goal of the day for Dartmouth in a 5-1 loss. In the next game against Rider 9/9 she tallied a goal to help boost Dartmouth to their first win of the season... Knotched a goal against Maine 9/17 and Yale 10/14 both in defeats.
2016 (Freshman): In her first collegiate game, scored Dartmouth's lone goal in a 3-1 loss to No. 9 Albany on 9/3...Scored the tying goal in the final minutes against Bryant on 9/9...Scored in Dartmouth's 4-1 win against Vermont at home on 9/16...Notched her second in as many games in a 3-0 win against Sacred Heart on 9/18, while also adding an assist for a three-point day...Posted Dartmouth's first goal of the game at Northeastern on 10/2...Scored the game-winning goal with 1:37 left vs. Holy Cross on 10/26.
Before Dartmouth: Played for Concord-Carlisle High School…The daughter of Roberto and Jennifer Braceras…Her maternal grandmother Kate Stith graduated from Dartmouth in 1973 and her father in 1991…Her two uncles Alejo Cabranes ’08 and Ben Cabranes ’14 were also Dartmouth graduates… Four-year letterwinner in ice hockey and three years in field hockey…Ice hockey captain as both a junior and senior as well as captain of the field hockey team during her senior year…. In field hockey, she was named a Lowell Sun First-Team All-Star as a junior and a Dual County League All-Star in her final two seasons... As a senior, she was named to the Massachusetts Best of 60 All-Star Team, the Boston Herald All-Scholastic Team and Boston Globe All-Scholastic Team.
Coach Fowler Says: “With her extensive ice hockey training, Carmen brings a great set of hands, and creativeness to her playing style. We’re excited that she decided early in her high school career to switch to field hockey, and we will benefit from her athleticism, vision and game sense over the next four years.”
BRACERAS' CAREER STATISTICS