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2013-14 CLARKSON WOMEN'S HOCKEY GUIDE UIDE Index, Pronunciation Guide ...................................................... 1 Quick Facts .............................................................................. 2 Administration .......................................................................... 3 The University .......................................................................... 5 University Quick Facts ............................................................. 6 Campus Map ............................................................................. 7 North Country ........................................................................... 8 Cheel Arena............................................................................... 9 Co-Head Coaches - Shannon Desrosiers/Matt Desrosiers ...... 11 Assistant Coach/S.&C. Coach - Matt Kelly/Tad Johnson ........ 12 2013-14 Outlook ..................................................................... 13 2012-13 Final Statistics........................................................... 16 2012-13 Final Results ............................................................. 17 2013-14 Roster ........................................................................ 21 Jennifer Shields ....................................................................... 22 Brittany Styner ........................................................................ 23 Vanessa Plante......................................................................... 24 Renata Fast .............................................................................. 25 Shelby Nisbet .......................................................................... 26 Olivia Howe ............................................................................ 27 Daniella Matteucci .................................................................. 28 Carly Mercer ........................................................................... 29 Vanessa Gagnon ...................................................................... 30

Christine Lambert .....................................................................31 Erin Ambrose ............................................................................32 Shannon MacAulay...................................................................33 Jamie Lee Rattray .....................................................................34 Erica Howe................................................................................35 Jenna Boss.................................................................................36 Emily Horn................................................................................37 Cayley Mercer/Corie Jacobson .................................................38 Jessica Gillham/Genevieve Bannon ..........................................39 McKenzie Johnson ....................................................................40 2012-13 ECAC Standings .........................................................41 Opponents .................................................................................42 Clarkson vs Opponents .............................................................44 Clarkson Women's Hockey Tradition .......................................45 Team Records............................................................................49 Year-by-Year Results ................................................................50 Scoring Records ........................................................................53 Goaltending Records.................................................................55 All-Time All-Stars.....................................................................57 All-Time Golden Knights .........................................................59 Senior Classes ...........................................................................63 Remembering Ron Frazer .........................................................65 Travel Directions.......................................................................66

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CREDITS The 2013-14 Clarkson University Women's Hockey Media Guide is published by the Clarkson University Athletic Department and all rights are reserved. To obtain additional copies of this media guide, contact the Sports Information Office, Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY 13699-5830 Editor and Designer: Gary Mikel Production Assistant: Tommy Szarka Photography: Gary Mikel, Jim Meagher, Lauren Magin

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The Golden Knights begin their 11th season of Hockey in 2013-14.

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2013-14 CLARKSON UNIVERSITY WOMEN'S MEN'S HOCKEY FACTS Location..........................................Potsdam, New York, 13699-5830 Founded............................................................................................ 1896 Enrollment ...................................................................................... 3,000 President .............................................................................Tony Collins Director of Athletics ................................................. Steve Yianoukos Athletic Department Telephone .................................315-268-6622 Co-Head Coach ..................................................Shannon Desrosiers Alma Mater .............................................. St. Lawrence University ‘03 Record Overall/Clarkson ................................. 103-63-22 (5 years) Hockey Office Telephone .............................................315-268-4481 E-mail Address ...............................................sdesrosi@clarkson.edu Co-Head Coach .........................................................Matt Desrosiers Alma Mater .............................................. St. Lawrence University ‘01 Record Overall/Clarkson ................................. 103-63-22 (5 years) Hockey Office Telephone .............................................315-268-3735 E-mail Address .............................................mdesrosi@clarkson.edu Assistant Coach ............................................Matt Kelly (6th season) Alma Mater .............................................. Wayne State University ‘07 E-mail Address ..................................................mkelly@clarkson.edu Strength & Conditioning .................................................. Tad Johnson Alma Mater ....................................................... Northern St. Univ. '10 Athletic Trainer ..................................................................Alana Alpert Alma Mater .................................................................San Diego St. '02 Nickname ......................................................................Golden Knights Colors ................................Green (PMS 3305) and Gold (PMS 116) Conference .....................................................................ECAC Hockey 2012-13 Overall Record ..............................................................28-10 2012-13 ECAC Hockey Record ....................................18-4 (T-2nd) Captain ...................................................................... Carly Mercer '14 Assistant Captain ...... Vanessa Gagnon '14, Jamie Lee Rattray '14 Returning/Lost ................................................................................. 17/3 - Forwards Returning/Lost .............................................................9/1 - Defense Returning/Lost ................................................................5/2 - Goaltenders Returning/Lost ........................................................3/0 HOME ICE Rink ...............................Cheel Arena at the Cheel Campus Center Capacity........................................................................................... 3,000 Ice Sheet ...................................................................................200' x 85' Record at Cheel ............................... 118-46-22 .694% (10 seasons) Press Box Telephone......................................................315-268-6688 Assoc. AD/Arena Director/Ticket Manager .............Scott Smalling Ticket Office Telephone ................................................315-268-7750 Sports Information Director ............................................ Gary Mikel Office Telephone.............................................................315-268-6673 Fax .....................................................................................315-268-7613 E-mail ..................................................................mikelg@clarkson.edu Website ................................................... www.clarksonathletics.com

HOCKEY HISTORY First NCAA Season ............................................................................ 2003-04 Overall Record ......................................... 196-130-40, .590% (10 seasons) Winning Seasons .............................................................................................. 8 ECAC Hockey Playoff Appearances ............................................................. 9 ECAC Playoff Record ...............................................................10-17 (.370%) All-Americans..............................................................1 (Kira Hurley - Goal) *Clarkson sponsored women's hockey for 10 years from 1974-84. "Frazer's Blazers" compiled a 77-72-3 record against independent and college teams.

RETURNEES - 2012-13 STATISTICS Forwards (9) Jamie Lee Rattray Carly Mercer Brittany Styner Vanessa Gagnon Shannon MacAulay Shelby Nisbet Christine Lambert Olivia Howe Cayley Mercer

Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. So. So.

Gms 36 38 37 38 38 38 36 36 dnp

G-A-Pts 22-30-52 17-24-41 9-19-28 10-11-21 9-7-16 5-11-16 4-7-11 6-2-8 (inj)

Defensemen (5) Erin Ambrose Vanessa Plante Renata Fast Daniella Matteucci Jennifer Shields

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ANTHONY G. COLLINS • PRESIDENT

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urrently serving as Clarkson's 16th president, Anthony Collins is a regional and national advocate for higher education - industrial partnerships that couple research discovery and engineering innovation with enterprise

for commercialization and economic development with a focus on advancing sustainable energy solutions and environmental technology innovation. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo appointed Dr. Collins in July 2011 to serve as co-chair for the North Country Regional Economic Development Council. Dr. Collins also serves on the Moreland Commission, established by Governor Cuomo in November 2012 to investigate and study utility companies’ storm preparation and management; and to recommend reforms to overhaul regulation of the entire system to better deal with emergencies. He is the also the president of the Seaway Private Equity Corporation that invests in new technology companies based in St. Lawrence County, New York, and serves on the board for (TSEC) The Solar Energy Consortium, which mobilizes related resources in New York State; and is a member of NYSERDA’s Technology & Market Development Advisory Committee which provides technical and policy guidance to NYSERDA on energy and environmental research and market development initiatives. In service to the higher education sector, President Collins is the chair of the National Association of Independent Technological Universities and a chair emeritus of New York’s Commission of Independent Colleges and Universities. In addition, he serves on the boards of the CenterState Corporation for Economic Opportunity, the NYS Business Council, and on the Syracuse Center of Excellence in Environment and Energy Systems. Dr. Collins was among the primary architects of the Vision of a Clarkson Education that has guided evolution of the curriculum since 1995. As president, he now leads Clarkson’s Evolution to Excellence, a comprehensive strategic plan elevating the University’s academic reputation, strengthening its financial resources, and increasing the lifetime engagement of alumni and greater Clarkson community. Growing up outside Melbourne, Australia, Dr. Collins earned an undergraduate civil engineering degree from Monash University, and then master’s and doctoral degrees from Lehigh University in Pennsylvania. Prior to his doctoral studies, he worked for both Australian Consolidated Industries and Utah Development Company. After receiving his Ph.D. in 1982, Dr. Collins launched his career at Clarkson, in Potsdam, N.Y., as an assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering. Subsequently rising to the rank of professor, he also assumed increasing levels of administrative responsibility, including department chair, dean, vice president for academic affairs, and provost. He was elected the 16th president of Clarkson University in 2003. He has received awards for outstanding teaching, research and advising, lectured globally and is the author of more than 90 professional publications. In addition to connecting with Clarkson alumni across the globe, Dr. Collins; his wife, Karen; are active in the Potsdam community and have provided volunteer service to numerous organizations and youth programs.

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STEVE YIANOUKOS • DIRECTOR INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

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t e v e Yi a n o u k o s w a s n a m e d Clarkson University’s Director off Athletics in August 2005. The Potsdam,, NY native, who became the University’ss eighth athletic director, has been actively y involved with Clarkson’s Department off Physical Education, Intercollegiate Athlet-ics and Recreation since his undergraduatee days at the University in the early 1970s. “Steve has played a key role in thee Department of Athletics’ many successfull initiatives and I am confident that underr Steve’s leadership the department will continue to progress,” stated Clark-son President Tony Collins upon announcing Yianoukos’ appointment. He had been the Associate Director of Athletics since 1997 and beforee that was the executive officer of Physical Education/Recreation from m 1984 to 1997. Yianoukos has overseen Clarkson’s Division III athleticss programs, managed all home Division III athletic contests, monitored d NCAA/Liberty League institutional policies and sports guidelines, and d led fund-raising initiatives for the department, including the Green and d Gold Club, Athletic Annual Fund, Athletic Hall of Fame and the Athleticc Alumni Council. Yianoukos graduated from Clarkson in 1972 with a bachelor’s degree in n industrial management. He served as the facility manger for the Town off Potsdam’s Pine Street Arena from 1972-1977 and was named the town’ss recreation director/facility manager in 1977. Yianoukos also worked ass a Zamboni driver in the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid. He wass inducted into the Potsdam High School Athletic Hall of Fame in 2007. He is involved in numerous local professional and civic organizations.. Yianoukos and his wife Joyce, are long time residents in the Potsdam m community, they have two grown children, Fia and John, and severall grandchildren.

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long time director of Clarkson's hockey facilities, Scott Smalling was named an assistant athletic director in January 2006. Smalling has served as the Director of the Cheel Campus Center since October of 2002. He previously held the position of Arena Director at both Walker Arena and Cheel Arena from 1987-1996. In his duties as Associate athletic director, Smalling oversees the operations of the men's and women's hockey programs, fundraising and promotions for the Clarkson Athletic Department along with supervising the Sports Information Office. He also continues as the Director of the Cheel Campus Center, which includes overseeing the overall operation of the 4,000 capacity w Cheel Arena. Before coming to Clarkson, Smalling worked for the village and town of Potsdam, serving as the Director of Potsdam Recreation. He also acted as the Director of the 5,000-seat Pinebridge Coliseum in Spruce Pine, NC, where he handled the public relations and scheduling for the Pinebridge w Bucks Atlantic Coast Hockey League team in 1983. Smalling has also B served as an assistant coach and head coach for Clarkson’s baseball team, and was the head coach for the Potsdam Central School’s Varsity baseball team from 1985-87. t From January 1996 until October of 2002, Smalling was employed by A. A Cappione, Inc. where he was responsible for all aspects of promotion, public relations, sales and merchandising in retail industry. Smalling, who p makes his home in Hannawa Falls with his wife Mary Jane. They have three m grown sons, Steven, Patrick and Scotty. Smalling is a 1980 graduate of Brockport State with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Management B

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Dr. Chris Comeau Dr. Michael Maresca Dr. Luc Perrier Robin Howard -Hockey Liaison

Alana Alpert - Trainer

Todd Axtell - Equipment Manager

Logan Fischer -Student Manager

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larkson University was founded in 1896 as a memorial to Thomas S. Clarkson, successful entrepreneur and Northern New York businessman who was also distinguished by a deep and abiding concern for humanity. When Thomas Clarkson died as a result of an accident in his sandstone quarry, his sisters, Elizabeth, Frederica, and Lavinia established a memorial to his name by building and endowing an institution that would embody his philosophy. Clarkson's original motto, “A Workman That Needeth Not to be Ashamed,” is taken from Thomas S. Clarkson's favorite biblical verse. Clarkson's colors, green and gold, were selected because the goldenrod was Thomas S. Clarkson's favorite flower. The first classes at the Thomas S. Clarkson Memorial School of Technology were held on September 2, 1896, for 17 young men and women. In 1913, the charter was amended, and the name was changed to the Thomas S. Clarkson Memorial College of Technology. Steady growth and development resulted in the New York State Board of Regents designating Clarkson a University on February 24, 1984.

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CLARKSON TODAY Clarkson University is an independent, nationally recognized technological university whose faculty of teacher-scholars aspires to offer superior instruction and engage in high-quality research and scholarship in engineering, business, science, health, and liberal arts. Our primary mission is to educate talented and motivated men and women to become successful professionals through quality pre-collegiate, undergraduate, graduate, and professional continuing education programs, with particular emphasis on the undergraduate experience. Our community and campus settings enhance the quality of student life and afford students access to and interaction with their faculty. We value the diversity of our University community, and we strive to attune ourselves and our programs to our global, pluralistic society. We share the belief that humane and environmentally sound economic and social development derive from the expansion, diffusion, and application of knowledge. The Clarkson University educational experience is designed to provide talented and ambitious students with the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve positions of leadership within their chosen profession. The combination of Clarkson’s strong technologically rich curricula and state-of-the-art teaching and research facilities, coupled with an unparalleled commitment to a friendly learning environment and to students’ personal development, uniquely prepares Clarkson graduates to excel in their chosen professions and to lead rewarding and creative lives.

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Clarkson's placement rate of graduates into career opportunities and top graduate programs is among the highest in the nation. Payscale's College Salary Report for 2011 placed the average starting salary of Clarkson graduates ($57,900) in the top 20 of more than 1000 schools nationwide.

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larkson is recognized among the finest universities in the nation, according to such diverse measures as U.S. News & World Report, the Association for Independent Technological Universities, and corporate recruiters. Clarkson focuses on providing a rigorous professional experience, connecting discovery and engineering innovation with enterprise, and developing a collaborative community for students, faculty and staff. • Top-tier national university, U.S. News & World Report, America's Best Colleges 2013. • #1 in the nation for grads with most internship experience, U.S. News & World Report 2013. • #20 on the Fifty Most Affordable Colleges with a Return on Investment list, Bloomberg Businessweek 2011. • Among the nation’s most environmentally responsible colleges, Princeton Review’s Guide to 322 Green Colleges 2013. • Clarkson’s online graduate business programs #12 in the nation, U.S. News & World Report 2013. • One of the best undergraduate engineering programs in the country, U.S. News & World Report, America's Best Colleges 2012. • #34 on the Great Schools, Great Prices, list of 50 national universities ranked according to their quality to price ratio, U.S. News & World Report, America's Best Colleges 2013. • Among the Top 100 best undergraduate business schools in the nation, Bloomberg Businessweek 2011. • Among the top 15 entrepreneurship undergraduate programs in the nation, Entrepreneur magazine and The Princeton Review 2013. • Clarkson is one of 12 schools whose new graduates earn more than Harvard's, ABC News & PayScale list. • Among "The Best 377 Colleges," The Princeton Review 2013. • Among the top 100 Graduate Business Schools in the nation, U.S. News & World Report 2014. • Clarkson University is one of only 150 of 3,500 colleges worth the investment, Former Secretary of Education William Bennett. • Digital Arts & Sciences major at Clarkson has been named the most innovative program in North America, International Digital Media and Arts Association (iDMAa) 2010. • Top 50 Undergraduate Game Design Programs, The Princeton Review 2010. • Engineering & Management program is only the second program in the world to be accredited by both AACSB International and the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.

QUICK FACTS Clarkson University 8 Clarkson Ave. Potsdam, NY 13699 Phone: 315-268-6400 Admission phone: 800-527-6577, admission@clarkson.edu Location : Potsdam, N.Y., (pop. 9,500), adjacent to the six-million acre Adirondack Park. Campus: 640 wooded acres. President: Anthony G. Collins. Programs of Study: 50+ in engineering, business, science, liberal arts, and health sciences. Degrees granted: Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Professional Studies, MBA, Master of Science, Master of Engineering, Ph.D., DPT Enrollment: 3,018 undergraduates and 521 graduate students from 39 states, 47 countries Faculty: 270 Faculty-Student Ratio: 13:1 Undergraduate Admission Profile: 34% in top 10% of high school class. Study Abroad & Co-ops: More than 45 study abroad programs in 25 countries; co-ops opportunities. Athletics: Division I ice hockey (men’s and women’s); 11 Division III sports. Extracurricular: More than 100 clubs and professional societies 275 intramural teams, 16 competitive design teams Fraternities: Five national; Four local Sororities: Four national Living Alumni: 37,227

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t. Lawrence County is a place where you find the best that America has to offer – a place where farmers and professors work near each other with admiration and respect, a place where Fortune 500 companies operate alongside artisans and mom and pop shops, a place that is rugged and wild, yet cosmopolitan and “home” to people from 40 different countries. St. Lawrence County is the largest geographical county east of the Mississippi, yet there are only 110,000 residents. The forests and parks teem with wildlife from bear to fish, moose to white-tailed deer. There are thousands of acres of woods and over 200 ponds, lakes and rivers. The mighty St. Lawrence connects the country to Canadian neighbors, just minutes away. St. Lawrence County is an educational community and boasts six colleges and Universities, which turn out future leaders of the country’s businesses and communities. As for recreation, St. Lawrence County has it all: camping, fishing, boating, biking, hiking, canoeing, swimming, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, and fairs and festivals of all kinds. Mostly, what you’ll find on your visit to St. Lawrence County is an unhurried atmosphere where people will gladly take a moment to pass the time of day and tell you stories of life in Border Country. You will find a place that’s safe to visit, with wide open spaces and a strong regard for those who live, work and visit here. St. Lawrence County, the North Coast of America, entices both rugged adventurers and those just content to sit back and watch. Stretching from the St. Lawrence River, to deep into the famed Adirondack Park with majestic forests and lakes, St. Lawrence County encompasses 2,840 square miles. It’s New York’s largest county. There’s plenty of room for all. No matter what the season, there is never a limit to the adventures you’ll find in St. Lawrence County.

POTSDAM Known as the “cultural and educational center of St. Lawrence County,” Potsdam is a warm and neighborly community, rich in heritage and tradition while involved in exploration of cutting-edge technology. Victorian-style architecture is blended with modern educational and scientific centers, cultural and shopping facilities, restaurants, medical facilities, airport and accommodations. Several of the town’s earliest homes and public buildings were constructed of Potsdam sandstone, which was so abundant at the time the town was first explored for permanent settlement. Fans of the arts have a wealth of resources available, enriched by the colleges and universities in the area. Potsdam is home of Clarkson University, a 4-year private institution specializing in technology and Potsdam College, a 4-year Liberal Arts College, which is part of the State University of New York. Art galleries, visiting theatre and dance companies, opera and classical musical concerts based at the schools draw performance artists from around the world. Contemporary musical acts find they receive a particularly warm reception in Potsdam. Performances in the area have included Trisha Yearwood, The Irish Rovers, The Indigo Girls and Sugar Ray. These are in addition to a host of local talent that entertains the community in frequent open-air concerts and festivals in the summer months. Visitors can sample a variety of cuisines any time of the year from one of Potsdam’s many eateries. In any season, outdoor enthusiasts will feel right at home in Potsdam. The Racquette River provides the perfect setting for canoeing, kayaking, or swimming. The surrounding woods are ideal for an afternoon of hiking and exploration or, even, a fall picnic. In the winter, the gentle slopes provide a great location for cross-country skiers and sledding fans alike. Nothing beats the view from Potsdam, no matter what the season is. Discover Potsdam and see what you have been missing. http://www.potsdam.ny.us/

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egarded by many as among the finest college hockey facilities in the country, Cheel Arena has proved to be an ideal venue in which to watch some of the best men's and women’s hockey that the NCAA has to offer. “Cheel Arena is one of the showcase hockey arenas in the nation, and a great tribute to all the players, coaches and staff at Clarkson University and the ECAC,” stated former ECAC Commissioner Clayton Chapman. The Campus Center provides the University with a 110,000-square-foot student center and multipurpose arena. A major gift commitment from Helen Snell Cheel resulted in the building being called the Cheel Campus Center. The arena features a regulation ice surface measuring 85' x 200' and approximately 3,000 individual backed seats, reached from sloping aisles. Every seat offers unobstructed sight lines to the ice surface. The arena will accommodate an additional 400-900 spectators in the standingroom areas along its perimeter. Five spacious carpeted dressing rooms for Clarkson's women's and men's teams, and visiting teams, plus a complete training room, a fully equipped weight room, players lounge, and coaches’ office, as well as storage and skate-sharpening areas, are included in the lower level of the complex. The upper level features a hospitality suite that overlooks the arena surface from center-ice. Highlighting the arena high above center-ice is a Fairplay board 14’by 13’-- 48” by 60 “ full color for animations, pictures, and message center. In addition to hosting some of the finest hockey in the Northeast, the multipurpose arena also serves the entire Clarkson community, which can congregate in one place for convocations, commencement, concerts, and other events.. This facility is located on the hill campus, adjacent to the CAMP Building, Snell Field and the indoor Recreation Center. Final design of the Campus Center was conducted by Daniel F. Tully Associates Inc. of Boston. Construction began June 15, 1990, and was completed in late August 1991.

In their first 10 seasons as an NCAA Division I program, the Clarkson women have posted 118 wins on their home ice. “They did everything right—the whole thing,” exclaimed Len Ceglarski, former Clarkson and Boston College head coach, at Cheel’s opening. “They really needed a student union and a new rink, and this is going to be a great tool for them. It is just a beautiful building.”

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The first husband-wife head coaching combination in college hockey, Shannon and Matt Desrosiers begin their sixth year guiding the Clarkson Women's Hockey program in 2013-14.

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iring the first husband-and-wife coaching tandem in college hockey has certainly proven to be the right move by Clarkson University. On April 8, 2008, Clarkson University Women's Hockey ushered in a new era with the appointment of Matt and Shannon Desrosiers as the new co-head coaches of the Golden Knights Women’s Hockey team. The first five seasons for the co-head coaches has been a resounding success. The Desrosiers have guided the Green and Gold to a 103-63-22 record, including a 67-30-13 mark in ECAC Hockey play, five consecutive appearances in the league playoffs, including three home-ice berths, two conference tournament championship showings and a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances. Last season, Clarkson enjoyed its best season ever in the 10-year history of the program. The Green and Gold skated to a school-record 28-10 overall mark and tied for second in the ECAC Hockey standings with an 18-4 league record, their most wins ever in conference play. Ranked among the top teams in the country throughout the season, the Knights advanced to the ECAC Hockey Championship Tournament and made their second appearance ever in NCAA postseason play. The Desrosiers, along with assistant coach Matt Kelly, have brought to Clarkson some of the finest student-athletes in the country. Numerous Golden Knights have earned all-star recognition along with excelling in the classroom and playing a prominent role in community service. Matt Desrosiers was an assistant coach for the Knights two seasons (2006-08), while Shannon Desrosiers has been with Clarkson's Division I program since its first season in 2003-04, serving as an assistant coach for the first five years. No stranger to ECAC Hockey or the North Country having played at St. Lawrence, Matt Desrosiers joined the college coaching ranks after playing professional hockey for several years. He has an exceptional hockey background, both in college and professionally, and is very familiar with ECAC Hockey. Matt Desrosiers focuses on on-ice systems and also is strongly involved with recruiting. A four-year standout on defense at St. Lawrence University from 1997-2001, Matt Desrosiers helped the Saints reach the Frozen Four as a junior and gained ECAC and All-America honors as a senior. The Fort Erie, Ontario native was also named an ECAC Robbins Scholar Athlete of the Year in 2001. Matt Desrosiers played five years of professional hockey after graduating from St. Lawrence in 2001. He played in two East Coast Hockey League (ECHL) All-Star games (2002, 2003) representing the Dayton Bombers and the South Carolina Stingrays. He played two seasons in the Central Hockey League (CHL) and helped lead the Colorado Eagles to the 2005 President’s Cup Championship. A top forward for St. Lawrence from 1999-2003, Shannon Desrosiers has been a significant factor in the Knights emergence as one of the top teams in ECAC Hockey and a respected program in the NCAA. Shannon has been very instrumental in bringing to the University some of the top recruits in the country. Shannon handles the majority of the off-ice aspects such as recruiting and public relations. Shannon Desrosiers finished her collegiate career as the Saints’ fourth all-time leading scorer, amassing 123 points on 44 goals and 79 assists through 138 games. Serving as a captain in her senior campaign, the Fernie, British Columbia native tied for the team lead in points and assists, recording 38 points on 13 goals and 25 assists through 35 games. She was named St. Lawrence’s Best Defensive Player her senior season. Shannon is an avid runner who has placed among elite runners in several marathons, including the Boston Marathon. She has also taken up the sport of triathlon and competed in several Ironman races. She was the top amateur female competitor and ninth female overall to finish the 2010 Ironman Canada. Shannon participated in the 2010 Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii. Matt and Shannon make their home in the Potsdam area with their young daughter, Brynlee Matison Desrosiers.

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eginning his sixth year as an assistant coach with the Golden Knights, Matt Kelly has played a prominent role in helping establish the women’s hockey program at Clarkson has one of the best in the country. Through his first five years with the Golden Knights, Kelly has been very instrumental in the success of Clarkson's Women's Hockey. Since the 2008-09 campaign the Green and Gold have skated to a 10363-22 record, including a 6730-13 mark in ECAC Hockey play, five consecutive appearances in the league playoffs, including three home-ice berths, two conference tournament championship showings and a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances (2010, 2013). Kelly has also helped to bring to Clarkson some of the finest student-athletes in the country. Numerous Golden Knights have earned all-star recognition along with excelling in the classroom and playing a prominent role in community service. His responsibilities included designing and implementing a comprehensive goaltending practice as well as providing one-on-one goalie specific training. He is also responsible for all aspects of video breakdown and analysis as well as maintaining academic support for the team. He joined the Clarkson staff after spending the 2007-08 campaign on the women’s hockey coaching staff at Quinnipiac University. Prior to that, he started his coaching career at Wayne State University in Detroit where he was the volunteer assistant coach during the 2006-2007 season. Kelly was a four-year member of the Wayne State men's hockey team as a goaltender, serving as a captain during his senior campaign in 2005-06, and earning team MVP and CHA All-Star honors. He played three years of Junior A hockey in the United States Hockey League prior to his collegiate career, splitting time between the Cedar Rapids Roughriders (1999-00 and 2000-01) and the Topeka Scarecrows (2001-02). A native of Hull, Massachusetts, Kelly graduated from Wayne State in 2007 with a BS in media arts and studies. Kelly and his wife, Brooke, make their home in the Potsdam area with their young son, Colton, and baby daughter, Makenzie.

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larkson added a key member to the staff with the announcement of Tad Johnson as the new Strength & Conditioning Coach for the Green and Gold's hockey programs. "Clarkson is very fortunate to have someone of Tad's caliber joining our staff," stated Athletic Director Steve Yianoukos. "He brings excellent credentials and great passion. We are looking forward to Tad working with our student-athletes. I am sure he will do an outstanding job." Johnson comes to Clarkson from the University of Minnesota where he served as an assistant strength and conditioning coach since January 2012. While with the Gophers he worked with numerous athletic teams, including men's and women's hockey, implementing strength and conditioning programs along with performing and managing all athlete testing and tracking "We are very excited to have someone with Tad's credentials and experience working with the hockey programs at Clarkson," said Shannon Desrosiers. "He comes from a very successful program at the University of Minnesota and knows what it takes to win at this level. His knowledge and passion for strength and conditioning as well as nutrition will surely be a great asset to our student-athletes." In 2012-13 Johnson played a key role in helping the University of Minnesota's Women's Hockey team build the endurance and strength to complete a 41-0 season with the 2013 national championship. Johnson has also worked with former Gopher professional athletes in hockey, swimming and basketball. "Joining the Clarkson Hockey programs is a very exciting opportunity for me", stated Johnson. "It is an exciting time to be a Golden Knight. The passion of the University and the town for Golden Knight hockey is outstanding. Coaches and administrators dedicated to helping the athletes reach their individual and team goals is what every strength coach is looking for, and I have found that at Clarkson." Johnson holds a Bachelor's of Science degree in Human Performance and Fitness from Northern State University (August 2010) and a Master's of Education degree in Applied Kinesiology (May, 2012) from the University of Minnesota. Johnson and his wife, Alycia, make their home in Potsdam with their young son, Jacory.

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Clarkson celebrates its 11th season of NCAA Division I Hockey in 2013-14.

QUICK FACTS co-Head Coaches: Matt and Shannon Desrosiers (6th Season) Assistant Coach: Matt Kelly 2012-13 Overall Record: 28-10 2012-13 ECAC Record: 18-4 (T-2nd) Returning/Lost: 16/3

CU COACHING STAFF The first five seasons for the Clarkson coaching staff have been a resounding success. Matt and Shannon Desrosiers, and Matt Kelly have guided the Green and Gold to a 103-63-22 record, including a 67-30-13 mark in ECAC Hockey play, five consecutive appearances in the league playoffs, including three home-ice berths, two conference tournament championship showings and a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances (2010, 2013). Last season, Clarkson enjoyed its best season ever in the 10-year history of the program posting a schoolrecord 28-10 overall mark.

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ig things are expected by the Clarkson University Women’s Hockey team this winter. With talent, experience and depth at every position the Golden Knights, under sixth-year co-head coaches Matt and Shannon Desrosiers and assistant Matt Kelly, have high hopes of challenging for ECAC Hockey and NCAA supremacy in 2013-14. All but two veterans return from last season’s team, which posted a school-record 28-10 overall record that culminated in the Knights’ second NCAA playoff appearance in the past four years. Clarkson finished in a tie for second in the ECAC Hockey standings with an 18-4 league mark, just one point shy of the top spot. The Knights will strive to lift their play to a higher level this winter and have a solid nucleus of 16 veterans, including seven standouts who participated in Canada's National Women's Development Team selection camp this past August, to lead the way. A promising group of four freshmen along with a talented redshirt sophomore will add to Clarkson’s lofty potential. The Knights will face a challenging schedule in 2013-14, including eight games against teams that skated in the 2013 NCAA Tournament. In its 11th season of NCAA Division I hockey, Clarkson opens the

34-game slate facing off against College Hockey America’s (CHA) Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) on Saturday, September 28 for the first of 20 regular-season games at Cheel Arena. Clarkson then faces archrival St. Lawrence University in back-to-back non-conference games. The Knights battle the Saints in Potsdam on October 4 for the first of four meetings against their North Country neighbor, followed by a game in Canton on October 5. Clarkson, which has qualified for ECAC Hockey postseason play in each of its first nine years in the highly competitive conference, opens the 22-game league campaign at defending conference champion, Cornell on October 25.

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Along with battling the Big Red twice, the Knights will also play two games each against 2013 NCAA Tournament participants Harvard, Mercyhurst and North Dakota. Another highlight on the Green and Gold’s schedule this winter is a mid-December outdoor game against RIT at Frontier Field in Rochester. GOAL: Two-time ECAC Hockey Goaltender of the Year Erica Howe (Ottawa, ONT) is back for one more season in the Clarkson crease and should be one of the best netminders in the country during her senior campaign. Also honored as Clarkson’s MVP for the second consecutive season, Howe backboned the Knights’ stingy

2013-14 CLARKSON WOMEN's HOCKEY

Defenseman Erin Ambrose was selected ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Year in 2012-13.

Golden Knights

Erica Howe

defensive effort in 2012-13 playing the second most minutes in the country (2217:21). She played more minutes than any other ECAC goaltender (1315:38) and posted the most wins in the conference (18). Howe ranked among the best netminders in Division I with a .931 save percentage and a 1.73 goals against average. Clarkson’s all-time winningest goaltender with 59 career victories, she posted the second most wins in Division I last winter with a 27-10 overall record, including six shutouts. Junior Jenna Boss (Little Canada, MN) and freshman McKenzie Johnson (Eden Prairie, MN), will also push for playing time. Johnson was a standout at Eden Prairie High School where she served as captain last year. Junior Emily Horn (Hamilton, ONT) will redshirt this year.

DEFENSE: With five skilled veterans and a promising freshman patrolling the blueline, Clarkson has the potential to boast one of the top defenses in the country. The lone senior on the back end, Vanessa Plante (Riviere-du-Loup, QUE), along with juniors Jennifer Shields (Ingersoll, ONT) and Daniella Matteucci (Fruitvale, BC) give Clarkson three knowledgeable defensive-defensemen. Three of the more imposing players on the Knights’ roster, Plante, Shields and Matteucci provide an intimidating presence in front of the net. One of Clarkson’s top shutdown defensemen, Plante plays a physical style, but can also provide some offense. She scored three goals last winter and posted a +10 plus/minus rating. Shields, Clarkson’s rookie of the year in 2011-12, has steadily gained experience and

will be called upon to play a prominent role this season. She skated in all 38 games last year, posting a +14 plus/minus and four assists. Matteucci is a versatile skater who can play a role up front and on defense. She dressed for all 38 games last year, recording two goals and two assists. She will be counted upon to log plenty of minutes this winter. One of the preeminent all-around defensemen in the country, sophomore Erin Ambrose (Keswick, ONT) is coming off an exceptional rookie campaign and promises to be even better in 2013-14. Classmate Renata Fast (Burlington, ONT) played a lot of big minutes in her freshman campaign and steadily emerged as one of the Knights’ most reliable blueliners. Ambrose enjoyed the best season ever for a Clarkson freshman last year. She was named ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Year and a second-team league all-star. Ambrose, who has extensive experience with Canada’s National program, was the leading rookie scorer from the blueline nationally with 36 points, including a school-record 30 assists, through 34 games. She was one of only three defensemen overall in the country who averaged over a point per game (1.06). Strong at both ends of the ice, Fast tallied 10 points, including eight assists, and a +7 plus/minus rating playing in all 38 games.

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PROJECTED ROSTER Forwards (11) *Jamie Lee Rattray Sr. 36gp 22-30-52 *Carly Mercer Sr. 38gp 17-24-41 *Brittany Styner Sr. 37gp 9-19-28 *Vanessa Gagnon Sr. 38gp 10-11-21 *Shelby Nisbet Sr. 38gp 5-11-16 *Christine Lambert Jr. 36gp 4-7-11 *Shannon MacAulay So. 38gp 9-7-16 *Olivia Howe So. 36gp 6-2-8 *Cayley Mercer So. DNP (inj) Genevieve Bannon Fr. Ontario Hockey Acdemy Jessica Gillham Fr. Aurura Panthers Defensemen (6) *Vanessa Plante 38gp 3-7-10 *Daniella Matteucci 38gp 2-2-4 *Jennifer Shields 38gp 0-4-4 *Erin Ambrose 34gp 6-30-36 *Renata Fast 38gp 2-8-10 Corie Jacobson Northbay Ice Boltz

Sr. Jr. Jr. So. So. Fr.

Goaltenders (3) *Erica Howe Sr. 37gp . 931sv%, 1.73gaa, 27-10 *Jenna Boss Jr. did not play McKenzie Johnson Fr. Eden Prairie H.S. *Lettermen (16)

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Vanessa Gagnon was named Clarkson's UnSung Hero last season.

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Freshman Corie Jacobson (Warren, ONT) will push the veterans for a regular role on the back end and help make up for the graduation loss of Hailey Wood. Jacobson served as an assistant captain with the Northbay Ice Boltz last season. She also helped Team Canada win the Gold Medal at last season's U18 World Championship. FORWARDS: The Knights will boast plenty of firepower up front with nine top scorers, including five established seniors providing the leadership. Clarkson’s top scorers, seniors Jamie Lee Rattray (Kanata, ONT) and Carly Mercer (Exeter, ONT) have proven to be two of the best forwards in the Green and Gold’s history, amassing 115 (48-67) and 105 (39-66) points, respectively, through their first three seasons. Rattray, who has seen plenty of action with Canada’s National program, was the Knights’ leading offensive force last season, averaging 1.44 points per game on 22 goals and 30 assists through 36 contests. A Second-Team ECAC Hockey All-Star, she is a clutch goal scorer who tied for the nation’s lead in game-winning goals with nine. Rattray set the Clarkson record for points in a season overall with 52. She shares the

program record for most assists in a season with 30 along with Ambrose. A third-team conference all-star in 2012-13, Carly Mercer posted 41 points on 17 goals and 24 assists. She connected for six game-winning tallies and six power-play markers and recorded a +14 plus/ minus rating. Classmates Britney Styner (Calgary, ALB), Vanessa Gagnon (St. Constant, QUE) and Shelby Nisbet (Wiseton, SASK) are solid two-way, senior players who come to play a full 60 minutes every game. Styner was among the team leaders in plus/minus last season with a +18 while tallying nine goals and 19 assists as Clarkson’s fifth-leading scorer with 28 points in 37 games. She tallied two game-winners, a pair of power-play markers and one shorthanded goal. Selected as the Knights' Unsung Hero Award Winner last season, Gagnon will look to continue the pace she set down the stretch last year when she was one of the Knights’ most productive forwards, scoring a goal in four of the last five games. She recorded 21 points overall on 10 goals and 11 assists through 38 games, and netted three game-winning goals and two power-play tallies. One of the Golden Knights’ hardest workers, Nisbet played through numerous injuries during the season to skate in all 38 games recording 16 points (511). Recipient of Clarkson's Coaches Award, she is a tenacious forward and strong penalty-killer. Junior Christine Lambert (Thetford Mines, QUE) and sophomores Shannon MacAulay (Mt. Herbert, PEI) and Olivia Howe (Moose Jaw, SASK) saw significant time last year and should enjoy

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bbreakout k t campaigns i thi i t this winter. Lambert tallied 11 points on four goals and seven assists. She scored a goal in NCAA Tournament game at Boston University. MacAulay was Clarkson’s leading freshman forward with 16 points on nine goals and seven assists playing in all 38 games. She also scored in the NCAA Tournament. Olivia Howe enjoyed a solid rookie campaign with eight points and six goals in 36 games. Sophomore Cayley Mercer (Exeter, ONT) and freshmen Genevieve Bannon (Candiac, QUE) and Jessica Gillham (Uxbridge, ONT) will add to the depth up front and help replace the loss to graduation of Danielle Skirrow. Cayley Mercer, the younger sister of Carly, missed all of last season recovering from an injury, but looks to be in top form for the 2013-14 campaign. She was team captain for the Bluewater Jr. Hawks in 2011-12 and helped to lead her team to the PWHL championship. Mercer, along with MacAulay and Ambrose, won a Gold Medal with Team Canada at the 2012 U18 World Championship Bannon played last season for Ontario Hockey Academy where she was the team captain. Gillham skated for the Aurora Panthers in 2012-13. Both Bannon and Gillham participated in Canada’s Women’s U18 National Team Selection Camp. Bannon joined Jacobson in winning aGold Medal with team Canada at last season's U18 World Championship.

Shelby Nisbet

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Jamie Lee Rattray is on pace to become the Golden Knights' all-time leading scorer. She has amassed 115 points (48-67) through 106 career games, including 22 goals and 30 assists last year.

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2012-13 CLARKSON STATISTICS (returning players in CAPS)

Overall Record 28-10, ECAC Hockey Record: 18-4 (T-2nd)

ECAC #

NAME

GP

GLS

AST

PTS

P/M

+/-

PPG

26

J. RATTRAY, Jr., F

36

22

30

52

26/52

+24

8

19

C. MERCER, Jr., F

38

17

24

41

10/20

+14

6

23

E. AMBROSE, Fr., D

34

6

30

36

9/18

+25

4

28

D. Skirrow, Sr., F

38

15

14

29

19'38

+6

6

10

B. STYNER, Jr., F

37

9

19

28

7/14

+18

2

21

V. GAGNON, Jr., F

38

10

11

21

15/30

+5

2

0

3

24

S. MacAULAY, Fr., F

38

9

7

16

18/36

+6

2

0

1

13

S. NISBET, Jr., F

38

5

11

16

8/16

+2

0

0

1

22

C. LAMBERT, So., F

36

4

7

11

7/14

+7

0

0

0

11

V. PLANTE, Jr., D

38

3

7

10

27/54

+10

1

0

0

12.

R. FAST, Fr., D

38

2

8

10

13/26

+7

2

0

0

16.

O. HOWE, Fr., F

36

6

2

8

5/10

+7

0

0

1

3

2

5

36

6

2

8

9

H. Wood, Sr., D

36

0

8

8

7/14

+7

0

0

0

0

5

5

146

8

43

51

17

D. MATTEUCCI, So., F/D

38

2

2

4

1/2

+3

0

0

1

1

0

1

74

3

4

7

6

J. SHIELDS, So., D

38

0

4

4

10/20

+14

0

0

0

0

3

3

73

0

6

6

27

E. HOWE, Jr., G

37

0

1

1

0/0

E

0

0

0

0

0

0

99

0

3

3

4

T. Gedig, So., D

26

0

0

0

0/0

E

0

0

0

0

0

0

63

1

1

2

CLARKSON

38

110

185

295

184/368

33

5

28

61

104

165

Opponent

38

68

104

172

188/387

22

2

10

28

40

68

GLS 64 1 3 68 110

SV% .931 .944

GAA 1.73 1.00

W-L-T 27-10-0 1-0-0

SHO 6 0

Gms 99 3

CAREER Saves Gls W-L-T Sho 2255 173 59-27-10 15 27 2 1-0-0 0

.928 .906

1.78 2.88

28-10-0 10-28-0

6 0

GLS 27 1 28 61

SV% .947

GAA 1.23

W-L-T 18-4-0

SHO 4

.946 .908

1.27 2.77

18-4-0 4-18-0

4 0

Bench

SHG GWG 3

GLS

CAREER

AST PTS 16

GP

GLS AST PTS

106

48

67

115

22

112

39

66

105

19

34

6

30

36

21

151

44

37

81

16

111

18

45

63

9

9

25

0

6

12

10

0

0

3

16

1

4

9

12

1

2

8

8

5

7

12

112

15

21

36

6

5

11

38

9

7

16

2

8

10

112

10

14

24

2

5

7

68

8

12

20

0

4

4

108

5

10

15

1

3

4

38

2

8

10

2/4

GOALTENDER 27 E. HOWE, Jr. 35 E. HORN, So. Empty Net CLARKSON Opponent

GMS 37 1 15 38 38

MIN PLAY 2217:21 60:00 13:03 2290:24 2290:24

SHTS 928 18 3 949 1175

SVS 864 17

ECAC GOAL 27 E. HOWE, Jr. Empty Net CLARKSON Opponent

GMS 22 8 22 22

MIN PLAY 1315:38 5:55 1321:33 1321:33

SHTS 513 1 514 660

SVS 486

881 1065

486 599

SCORING by CLASS

GAMES GLS

ASST

PTS

Seniors (2)

77

15

22

37

% of overall Scoring .13

Juniors (6)

233

66

103

169

.57

Sophomores (4)

143

6

13

19

.06

Freshmen (4)

151

23

47

70

.24

604

110

185

295

1.00

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POWER PLAY CLARKSON Opponent

GLS 33 for 22 for

SCORE by PERIODS 1 2 CLARKSON 34 35 Opponent 20 20

3 39 28

ATT % 172 19.2 169 13.0

ot 2 0

TOTAL 110 68

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Shannon MacAulay closed out a strong rookie campaign with Clarkson's final goal of the season in the NCAA Tournament playoff game at Boston University (3/16).

2012-3 SEASON RESULTS—Overall Record 28-10, ECAC Hockey Record: 18-4 (T-2nd) ATT

CU

Sept. 29

W(H)

207

14

Oct. 5

W(A)

553

1

OPP

Clarkson Saves

Clarkson Goal Scorers - Gamewinner in CAPS

OTTAWA (exh.)

0

HOWE 5/Boss 1

FAST 2, Nisbet 4, Skirrow, Styner 2, Gedig, Shields 2, Lambert, O. Howe

St. Lawrence

0

HOWE 32

RATTRAY

Oct. 6

W(H)

496

3

ST. LAWRENCE

2

HOWE 24

Nisbet, Ambrose, SKIRROW

Oct. 12

W(H)

360

4

VERMONT

1

HOWE 15

Styner, RATTRAY (2), Fast

Oct. 13

W(H)

250

5

VERMONT

1

HORN 17

MacAulay, HOWE, Rattray, Skirrow, Nisbet

Oct. 19

W(A)

500

3

Mercyhurst

0

HOWE 36

RATTRAY (2), Skirrow

Oct. 20

L(A)

520

3

Mercyhurst

4

HOWE 31

Rattray (2), Gagnon

Oct. 26

W(H)

204

6

*UNION

0

HOWE 16

NISBET, O.Howe, Skirrow, Lambert, Mercer, Styner

Oct. 27

W(H)

379

6

*RENSSELAER

2

HOWE 12

O.Howe, Skirrow, MATTEUCCI, MacAulay, Mercer, Ambrose

Nov. 2

W(A)

765

3

North Dakota

1

HOWE 19

O.HOWE, Skirrow, Rattray

Nov. 3

L(A)

833

2

North Dakota

3

HOWE 22

Plante (2)

Nov. 9

W(H)

237

4

*YALE

1

HOWE 16

Skirrow, STYNER, Gagnon, MacAulay

Nov. 10

W(H)

299

2

*BROWN

1

HOWE 16

MERCER (2)

Nov. 16

W(A)

190

4

*Quinnipiac

1

HOWE 36

RATTRAY (3), Skirrow

Nov. 17

W(A)

175

2

*Princeton

1ot

HOWE 21

Mercer, RATTRAY

Nov. 30

W(H)

751

2

*CORNELL

1

HOWE 29

Styner, MacAULAY

Dec. 1

L(H)

368

1

*COLGATE

2

HOWE 18

Rattray

Dec. 7

W(H)

275

3

SYRACUSE

2

HOWE 25

Matteucci, Plante, MERCER

Dec. 8

W(A)

119

5

Syracuse

4

HOWE 33

Rattray, MERCER (2), Skirrow, Lambert

Jan. 3

L(H)

230

1

BOSTON COLLEGE

5

HOWE 27

Nisbet

Jan. 4

L(H)

156

3

NORTHEASTERN

4

HOWE 33

Skirrow, Mercer, Gagnon

Jan. 11

W(A)

198

2

*Brown

1

HOWE 21

STYNER (2)

Jan. 12

W(A)

214

1

*Yale

0

HOWE 21

RATTRAY

Jan. 18

W(A)

236

3

*Colgate

1

HOWE 17

SKIRROW (2), Lambert

Jan. 19

L(A)

892

1

*Cornell

3

HOWE 24

Nisbet

Jan. 25

W(H)

315

3

*HARVARD

1

HOWE 18

MERCER (3)

Jan. 26

W(H)

173

5

*DARTMOUTH

0

HOWE 22

GAGNON, Mercer, MacAulay (2), Styner

Feb. 1

W(H)

461

3

*ST. LAWRENCE

1

HOWE 14

Styner, RATTRAY, Fast

Feb. 2

L(A)

492

2

*St. Lawrence

3

HOWE 24

Styner, MacAulay

Feb. 8

W(A)

320

3

*Rensselaer

1

HOWE 24

Gagnon, SKIRROW, Ambrose

Feb. 9

W(A)

267

3

*Union

2

HOWE 22

Ambrose, Skirrow, GAGNON

Feb. 15

L(H)

159

1

*PRINCETON

4

HOWE 18

Skirrow

Feb. 16

W(H)

220

1

*QUINNIPIAC

0

HOWE 27

MERCER

Feb. 22

W(A)

857

3

*Dartmouth

1

HOWE 31

O. Howe, RATTRAY, Mercer

Feb. 23

W(A)

593

3

*Harvard

1

HOWE 39

Mercer, GAGNON, Rattray

March 1

W(H)

392

3

$Rensselaer

2ot

HOWE 21

Gagnon, Rattray, MERCER

March 2

W(H)

270

5

$Rensselaer

2

HOWE 17

MacAulay, RATTRAY 2, O. Howe, Gagnon

March 8

L(N)

612

2

%Harvard

4

HOWE 21

Ambrose, Gagnon

March 16

L(A)

542

3

#Boston University

5

HOWE 22

Ambrose, Lambert, MacAulay

*ECAC Hockey, $ECAC 1/4 Finals Series, %ECAC Semifinals, #NCAA 1/4 Finals

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Clarkson ranked seventh in the nation last year in team defense, allowing just 1.79 goals per game.

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2012-13 GAME-by-GAME STATISTICS CU Power Play Date

Opponent

Oct. 5

St. Lawrence

Oct. 6

ST. LAWRENCE

Oct. 12

VERMONT

Oct. 13

VERMONT

Oct. 19

Mercyhurst

Oct. 20

Mercyhurst

Oct. 26

*UNION

Oct. 27

*RENSSELAER

Nov. 2

North Dakota

Nov. 3

North Dakota

Nov. 9

*YALE

Nov. 10

*BROWN

Nov. 16

*Quinnipiac

Nov. 17

*Princeton

Nov. 30

*CORNELL

Dec. 1

*COLGATE

Dec. 7

SYRACUSE

Dec. 8

Syracuse

Jan. 3

BOSTON COLLEGE

Jan. 4

NORTHEASTERN

Jan. 11

*Brown

Jan. 12

*Yale

Jan. 18

*Colgate

Jan. 19

*Cornell

Jan. 25

*HARVARD

Jan. 26

*DARTMOUTH

Feb. 1

*ST. LAWRENCE

Feb. 2

*St. Lawrence

Feb. 8

*Rensselaer

Feb. 9

*Union

Feb. 15

*PRINCETON

Feb. 16

*QUINNIPIAC

Feb. 22

*Dartmouth

Feb. 23

*Harvard

Mar. 1

$RENSSELAER

Mar. 2

$RENSSELAER

Mar. 8

^Harvard

Mar. 16

#Boston University

Score W(A) 1-0 W(H) 3-2 W(H) 4-1 W(H) 5-1 W(A) 3-0

CU Penalty Kill

Att

%

Kills

CU

Att

%

Pen

OPP Min

Pen

CU

Min

OPP

Shots

0

of

1

0.00

5

of

5

1.00

5

10

1

2

22

32

1

of

5

0.20

7

of

8

0.88

9

18

6

12

26

26

3

of

8

0.38

3

of

3

1.00

3

6

8

16

47

16

1

of

3

0.33

4

of

4

1.00

4

8

3

6

38

18

3

of

6

0.50

6

of

6

1.00

6

12

6

12

27

36

L(A) 4-3 W(H) 6-0 W(H) 6-2 W(A) 3-1

2

of

4

0.50

5

of

7

0.71

7

14

5

10

27

35

1

of

1

1.00

4

of

4

1.00

4

8

1

2

36

16

3

of

7

0.43

4

of

5

0.80

5

10

7

14

30

14

1

of

4

0.25

3

of

3

1.00

3

6

5

21

29

20

L(A) 3-2 W(H) 4-1 W(H) 2-1 W(A) 4-1 W(A) 2-1 W(A) 2-1

1

of

8

0.13

8

of

10

0.80

12

24

10

20

25

25

2

of

2

1.00

4

of

4

1.00

4

8

2

4

39

17

0

of

4

0.00

1

of

1

1.00

1

2

4

8

29

17

1

of

3

0.33

3

of

4

0.75

4

8

3

6

25

37

0

of

4

0.00

3

of

3

1.00

4

8

4

8

31

22

1

of

9

0.11

3

of

3

1.00

4

8

9

18

30

30

L(H) 2-1 W(H) 3-2 W(A) 5-4

1

of

2

0.50

1

of

1

1.00

1

2

2

4

37

20

1

of

4

0.25

2

of

3

0.67

3

6

4

8

45

27

1

of

3

0.33

3

of

5

0.60

5

10

3

6

35

37

L(H) 5-1 L(H) 4-3 W(A) 2-1 W(A) 1-0 W(A) 3-1

0

of

6

0.00

2

of

5

0.40

5

10

6

12

29

32

1

of

4

0.25

1

of

1

1.00

1

2

4

8

25

37

0

of

3

0.00

1

of

1

1.00

1

2

3

6

29

22

0

of

6

0.00

4

of

4

1.00

4

8

6

12

40

21

1

of

6

0.17

4

of

5

0.80

6

12

7

14

27

18

L(A) 3-1 W(H) 3-1 W(H) 5-0 W(H) 3-1

0

of

2

0.00

5

of

6

0.83

6

12

2

4

17

27

2

of

7

0.29

5

of

6

0.83

6

12

7

14

25

19

1

of

5

0.20

10

of

10

1.00

10

20

5

10

22

22

2

of

8

0.25

4

of

5

0.80

6

12

9

18

30

15

L(A) 3-2 W(A) 3-1 W(A) 3-2

0

of

2

0.00

10

of

11

0.91

13

26

5

10

25

27

1

of

6

0.17

3

of

3

1.00

3

6

7

14

31

25

1

of

3

0.33

4

of

5

0.80

5

10

3

6

34

24

L(H) 4-1 W(H) 1-0 W(A) 3-1 W(A) 3-1 W(H) 3-2ot W(H) 5-2

0

of

3

0.00

2

of

2

1.00

2

4

3

6

41

22

0

of

2

0.00

2

of

2

1.00

3

6

3

6

33

27

1

of

5

0.20

8

of

9

0.89

10

20

6

12

26

32

0

of

4

0.00

2

of

2

1.00

4

8

6

12

23

40

0

of

5

0.00

1

of

2

0.50

2

4

5

10

41

23

0

of

7

0.00

6

of

6

1.00

8

16

8

16

34

19

L(N) 4-2 L(A) 5-3

0

of

5

0.00

2

of

3

0.67

3

6

5

10

28

25

0

0f

5

2

of

2

1.00

2

4

5

10

37

27

169

0.87

184

368

188

387

1175

949

TOTALS

When CU Scored First: When Opponent Scored First: When Leading After the First: When Trailing After the First: When Tied After the First: When Leading After the Second: When Trailing After the Second:

PPG

33

22-4 6-6 16-3 4-6 8-1 20-2 2-7

of

172

v

0.19

147 of

When Outshooting Opponents: When Outshot By Opponents: When Shots Are Equal: Longest Winning Streak: Longest Unbeaten Streak: Longest Losing Streak:

21-4 4-5 3-1

5 games - (twice) 5gms - (twice) 2 games - (twice)

18  

October Games: November Games: December Games: January Games: February Games: March Games:

7-1 6-1 2-1 5-3 6-2 2-2

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2012-13 CLARKSON GOALTENDING Game-by-Game G Date

Opponent

Score

CU Goaltender MINS

Saves

Sv%

GA

GAA

W

L

T

PPG

SHG

P/M

PTS

Oct. 5

St. Lawrence

W(A)

1-0

HOWE

60

32

1.000

0

0.00

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

Oct. 6

ST. LAWRENCE

W(H)

3-2

HOWE

60

24

0.923

2

2.00

2

0

0

1

0

0

0

Oct. 12

VERMONT

W(H)

4-1

HOWE

59.56

15

0.938

1

1.01

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

Oct. 13

VERMONT

W(H)

5-1

HORN

60

17

0.944

1

1.00

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

Oct. 19

Mercyhurst

W(A)

3-0

HOWE

60

36

1.000

0

0.00

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

Oct. 20

Mercyhurst

L(A)

4-3

HOWE

57

31

0.886

4

4.21

4

1

0

2

0

0

0

Oct. 26

*UNION

W(H)

6-0

HOWE

60

16

1.000

0

0.00

5

1

0

0

0

0

0

Oct. 27

*RENSSELAER

W(H)

6-2

HOWE

60

12

0.857

2

2.00

6

1

0

1

0

0

0

Nov. 2

North Dakota

W(A)

3-1

HOWE

60

19

0.950

1

1.00

7

1

0

0

0

0

0

Nov. 3

North Dakota

L(A)

3-2

HOWE

59.26

22

0.880

3

3.04

7

2

0

2

0

0

0

Nov. 9

*YALE

W(H)

4-1

HOWE

60

16

0.941

1

1.00

8

2

0

0

0

0

0

Nov. 10

*BROWN

W(H)

2-1

HOWE

60

16

0.941

1

1.00

9

2

0

0

0

0

0

Nov. 16

*Quinnipiac

W(A)

4-1

HOWE

60

36

0.973

1

1.00

10

2

0

1

0

0

0

Nov. 17

*Princeton

W(A)

2-1

HOWE

61.22

21

0.955

1

0.98

11

2

0

0

0

0

0

Nov. 30

*CORNELL

W(H)

2-1

HOWE

59.5

29

0.967

1

1.01

12

2

0

0

0

0

0

Dec. 1

*COLGATE

L(H)

2-1

HOWE

59.02

18

0.900

2

2.03

12

3

0

0

0

0

0

Dec. 7

SYRACUSE

W(H)

3-2

HOWE

60

25

0.926

2

2.00

13

3

0

1

1

0

0

Dec. 8

Syracuse

W(A)

5-4

HOWE

60

33

0.892

4

4.00

14

3

0

2

0

0

1

Jan. 3

BOSTON COLLEGE

L(H)

5-1

HOWE

60

27

0.844

5

5.00

14

4

0

3

0

0

0

Jan. 4

NORTHEASTERN

L(H)

4-3

HOWE

58.29

33

0.892

4

4.12

14

5

0

0

0

0

0

Jan. 11

*Brown

W(A)

2-1

HOWE

60

21

0.955

1

1.00

15

5

0

0

0

0

0

Jan. 12

*Yale

W(A)

1-0

HOWE

60

21

1.000

0

0.00

16

5

0

0

0

0

0

Jan. 18

*Colgate

W(A)

3-1

HOWE

60

17

0.944

1

1.00

17

5

0

1

0

0

0

Jan. 19

*Cornell

L(A)

3-1

HOWE

58.07

24

0.889

3

3.10

17

6

0

1

0

0

0

Jan. 25

*HARVARD

W(H)

3-1

HOWE

60

18

0.947

1

1.00

18

6

0

1

0

0

0

Jan. 26

*DARTMOUTH

W(H)

5-0

HOWE

60

22

1.000

0

0.00

19

6

0

0

0

0

0

Feb. 1

*ST. LAWRENCE

W(H)

3-1

HOWE

59.54

14

0.933

1

1.01

20

6

0

1

0

0

0

Feb. 2

*St. Lawrence

L(A)

3-2

HOWE

58.15

24

0.889

3

3.10

20

7

0

1

0

0

0

Feb. 8

*Rensselaer

W(A)

3-1

HOWE

60

24

0.960

1

1.00

21

7

0

0

0

0

0

Feb. 9

*Union

W(A)

3-2

HOWE

60

22

0.917

2

2.00

22

7

0

1

0

0

0

Feb. 15

*PRINCETON

L(H)

4-1

HOWE

59.2

18

0.857

3

3.04

22

8

0

0

0

0

0

Feb. 16

*QUINNIPIAC

W(H)

1-0

HOWE

60

27

1.000

0

0.00

23

8

0

0

0

0

0

Feb. 22

*Dartmouth

W(A)

3-1

HOWE

59.48

31

0.969

1

1.01

24

8

0

1

0

0

0

Feb. 23

*Harvard

W(A)

3-1

HOWE

60

39

0.975

1

1.00

25

8

0

0

0

0

0

Mar. 1

$RENSSELAER

W(H)

3-2ot

HOWE

68.51

21

0.913

2

1.75

26

8

0

1

0

0

0

Mar. 2

$RENSSELAER

W(H)

5-2

HOWE

59.57

17

0.895

2

2.01

27

8

0

0

0

0

0

Mar. 8

%Harvard

L(N)

4-2

HOWE

58.52

21

0.875

3

3.08

27

9

0

1

0

0

0

Mar. 16

#Boston University

L(A)

5-3

HOWE

59.04

22

0.846

4

4.07

27

10

0

0

0

0

0

Sept. 29

OTTAWA (exh.)

HOWE

31.48

5

1.000

0

0.00

-

-

-

Boss

28.07

1

1.000

0

0.00

-

-

-

#VALUE!

-

-

-

W(H)

14-0

#VALUE!

19  

2013-14 CLARKSON WOMEN's HOCKEY

20  

*PRINCETON

*QUINNIPIAC

*Dartmouth

*Harvard

$RENSSELAER

$RENSSELAER

Feb. 15

Feb. 16

Feb. 22

Feb. 23

Mar. 1

Mar. 2

OTTAWA PWHL (exh.)

*Union

Feb. 9

Sept. 29

*Rensselaer

Feb. 8

^Harvard

*St. Lawrence

Feb. 2

#Boston University

*ST. LAWRENCE

Feb. 1

Mar. 16

*DARTMOUTH

Jan. 26

Mar. 8

*HARVARD

*Yale

Jan. 12

Jan. 25

*Brown

Jan. 11

*Colgate

NORTHEASTERN

Jan. 4

*Cornell

BOSTON COLLEGE

Jan. 3

Jan. 19

Syracuse

Dec. 8

Jan. 18

*COLGATE

SYRACUSE

Nov. 30

Dec. 7

*CORNELL

Nov. 17

Dec. 1

*Quinnipiac

*Princeton

Nov. 16

*BROWN

Nov. 10

Oct. 27

*YALE

*RENSSELAER

Oct. 26

Nov. 9

*UNION

Oct. 20

North Dakota

Mercyhurst

Oct. 19

North Dakota

Mercyhurst

Oct. 13

Nov. 3

VERMONT

Oct. 12

Nov. 2

ST. LAWRENCE

VERMONT

Oct. 6

Opponent

St. Lawrence

Date

Oct. 5

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

L(H) 5-1

L(H) 4-3

W(A) 2-1

W(A) 1-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

W(A) 3-1

W(H) 3-2ot

W(H) 5-2

L(N) 4-2

L(A) 5-3

1-2

0-0

W(A) 3-1

W(H) 14-0

0-0

0-0

W(H) 1-0

0-0

0-0

W(A) 5-4

L(H) 4-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

L(H) 2-1

W(H) 3-2

0-0

0-0

W(H) 2-1

W(A) 3-2

inj

W(A) 3-1

inj

W(A) 4-1

W(A) 2-1ot

0-0

inj

W(H) 2-1

L(A) 3-2

inj

W(H) 4-1

0-0

inj

L(A) 3-2

W(H) 3-1

inj

W(A) 3-1

0-0

inj

W(H) 6-2

W(H) 5-0

inj

W(H) 6-0

0-0

inj

L(A) 4-3

W(H) 3-1

inj

W(A) 3-0

0-0

inj

W(H) 5-1

0-0

inj

W(H) 4-1

L(A) 3-1

0-0

W(H) 3-2

W(A) 3-1

4

0-0

W(A) 1-0

2-1

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

6

4-Gedig 6-Shields 9-Wood

Score

%Gamewinner *Powerplay &Shorthanded ^Empty Net

9

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

dnp

dnp

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-2

0-0

0-2

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

2-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

1-0

1-1

&1-1

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

%2-0

0-2

0-1

inj

0-1

0-1

1-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

%1-0

0-0

0-2

0-1

*1-1

0-0

0-0

0-2

*1-2

0-0

0-0

10

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

1-1

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

*2-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-1

0-0

11

10-Styner 11-Plante 12-Fast

12

%2-0

0-0

0-1

0-1

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

*1-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

*1-1

0-1

0-0

4-2

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

1-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-1

1-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-2

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

%1-1

0-0

0-0

1-0

0-0

1-0

0-0

13

1-2

0-0

0-0

1-0

0-0

0-1

1-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

inj

inj

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

1-0

1-0

1-0

0-0

0-0

%1-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

16

13-Nisbet 16-O. Howe 17-Matteucci

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

1-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

%1-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

17

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

inj

18

0-6

0-1

0-0

0-0

%1-0

1-0

1-0

%1-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-1

*1-0

**%3-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-1

1-1

0-0

*%2-1

*%1-1

0-0

0-1

1-1

0-2

%2-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

*1-1

1-1

0-3

0-2

0-2

0-1

0-1

0-1

19

18-Cayley Mercer 19-Carly Mercer 21-Gagnon

21

0-2

0-0

1-1

^1-0

1-0

%1-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

%1-1

1-0

0-0

0-0

%1-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

1-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

*1-1

0-1

0-0

0-1

0-1

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2012-13 CLARKSON UNIVERSITY Hockey Schedule and Statistics with individual goals and assists

Christine Lambert scored a goal in the Golden Knights' NCAA Tournament playoff game at Boston University (3/16).

Golden Knights

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2013-14 CLARKSON WOMEN'S S HOCKEY ROSTER Golden Knights No

Name

Cl.

Pos.

S/C.

Ht.

Birthdate

Hometown/Last Team

Corie JACOBSON

Fr.

D

L

5-6

5/28/95

Warren, ONT/Northbay Ice Boltz

6 * Jennifer SHIELDS

Jr.

D

L

5-5

2/20/93

Ingersoll, ONT/ Bluewater Jr Hawks

7

Jessica GILLHAM

Fr.

F

L

5-7

3/15/95

Uxbridge, ONT/Aurora Panthers

9

Genevieve BANNON

Fr.

F

R

5-8

2/3/95

Candiac, QUE/Onatrio Hockey Academy

10 * Brittany STYNER

Sr.

F

R

5-7

3/28/92

Calgary, ALB/Edge School Mountaineers

11 * Vanessa PLANTE

Sr.

D

L

5-8

3/19/91

Riviere-du-Loup, QUE/Limoilou Titans

12 * Renata FAST

So.

D

R

5-7

10/6/94

Burlington, ONT/ Burlington Jr Barracudas

13 * Shelby NISBET

Sr.

F

L

5-6

1/18/92

Wiseton, SASK/Swift Current Wildcats

16 * Olivia HOWE

So.

F

L

5-10

1/17/94

Moose Jaw, SASK/ Notre Dame AAA Hounds

17 * Daniella MATTEUCCI

Jr.

D

R

5-7

8/2/93

Fruitvale, BC/ Notre Dame Hounds

18

So.

F

L

5-8

1/18/94

Exeter, ONT/Bluewater Jr. Hawks

19 $* Carly MERCER

Sr.

F

L

5-6

2/17/92

Exeter, ONT/Bluewater Jr. Hawks

21 # * Vanessa GAGNON

Sr.

F

L

5-2

10/28/90

St. Constant, QUE/Dawson Blues

22 * Christine LAMBERT

Jr.

F

L

5-8

11/22/92

Thetford Mines, QUE/Ontario Hoc. A. Mavericks

23 * Erin AMBROSE

So.

D

R

5-5

4/30/94

Keswick, ONT/ Toronto Jr Aero’s

24 * Shannon MacAULAY

So.

F

L

5-11

6/22/94

Mt. Herbert, PEI/ Warner Warriors

26 #* Jamie Lee RATTRAY

Sr.

F

L

5-6

9/30/92

Kanata, ONT/ Ottawa Senators AA

27 * Erica HOWE

Sr.

G

L

5-9

7/17/92

Ottawa, ONT/Ottawa Senators AA

32 * Jenna BOSS

Jr.

G

L

5-5

9/24/92

Little Canada, MN/Roseville Raiders

33

Fr.

G

L

5-7

6/1/95

Eden Prairie, MN/Eden Prairie H.S

Jr.

G

L

5-6

2/8/93

Hamilton, ONT/Brampton Jr Thunder.

2

Cayley MERCER

McKenzie JOHNSON

35 * Emily HORN * Letterwinners (16) $ Captain, # Assistant Captains

Geographical Breakdown: Co-Head Coaches: Shannon DESROSIERS (St. Lawrence Univ. '03) Matt DESROSIERS (St. Lawrence Univ. '01)

Ontario ............................ 10 Quebec ...............................4

Assistant Coach: Matt KELLY (Wayne State '06)

Saskatchewan ....................2

Strength & Conditioning Coach: Tad JOHNSON (Northern State Univ. '10)

British Columbia...............1

Trainer: Alana ALPERT (San Diego St. '02)

Minnesota...........................2

Student Equipment Manager: Logan FISCHER

Prince Edward Island .......1 Alberta................................1

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Class Breakdown: Seniors ................... 7 Juniors ..................... 5 Sophomores .......... 5 Freshmen ............... 4 Positional Breakdown: Goal ......................... 4 Defense .................. 6 Forwards ..............11

2013-14 CLARKSON WOMEN's HOCKEY

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 1 (six times) (0-1) at Boston Univ. in 5-3 L(A), 3/16/13 Goals: Assists: 1 (six times) at Boston Univ. in 5-3 L(A), 3/16/13 Power Play Goals:

Junior • Defense • Ingersoll, Ontario

First Career Assist: vs Rensselaer in 10-0 W(H), 12/2/11

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2012-13)—Steady defensive-defenseman … Skated in all 38 games posting a +14 plus/minus and four assists … Helped to set up a goal in NCAA Tournament game at Boston University (3/16) … Also picked up assists in wins over Rensselaer (10/27), Colgate (1/18) and Union (2/9) ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team.

Clarkson Fast Facts: Posted a +28 through first two seasons and was Clarkson’s Rookie of the Year in 201112.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2011-12)—Named Clarkson's Rookie of the Year ... Made a big impression in her rookie campaign as a solid, stay-at-home defenseman who skated in 35 games … Second for the Golden Knights in plus/minus with a +14 … Tallied two assists, one in 10-0 rout of Rensselaer (12/2) at Cheel Arena and the other in 3-1 win at Niagara (12/10) … Honored as the ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Month for December ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. BEFORE CLARKSON—Played in 2010-11 for the Bluewater Jr Hawks (PWHL) ... Won silver at the 2011 Canada Winter Games as a member of Team Ontario ... Canadian Women’s U18 Team Member; 2011 World Women’s U18 Championships where she won a silver medal ... Canadian Women’s U18 Team Member; 2010 Summer Series vs.Team USA ... Invited to the 2010 Canadian Women’s U18 Team Strength and Conditioning Camp and the 2010 Canadian Women’s U18 Selection Camps (August & December) ...Won silver at the 2010 Canadian U18 Nationals as a member of Team Ontario Blue. PERSONAL—Daughter of Sonya and Dave Shields ... Born on February 20, 1993 ... Shoots left ... Biology major ... An Honor Roll student at Ingersoll District Collegiate Institute ... Nominee for the John Knox Sports Award at her high school which is given to an athlete who best embodies enthusiasm, dedication to sports, team loyalty and respect for their coaching staff ... Has a brother, John ... Likes to fish. Placed 1st out of 52 teams at the 2010 LPBAA BASS TOURNAMENT in which she participated with her brother ... Lists Rick Nash as her favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Cornell,Vermont and Niagara. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because of the small town community and high academics. The hockey team is enthusiastic, focused and dedicated about working hard towards their goals. Also, knowing the coaches are going to work with you until your full potential is shown. I am excited to have Clarkson as my home away from home."

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Year 2011-12 Fr 2012-13 So Totals

GP 35 38 73

G 0 0 0

A 2 4 6

Pts 2 4 6

P/M 7/14 10/20 17/34

22  

PP 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

GW 0 0 0

HT 0 0 0

+/+14 +14 +28

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C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 5 (1-4) vs Rensselaer in 10-0 W(H), 12/2/11 Goals: 2 at Brown in 2-1 W(A), 1/11/13 Assists: 4 vs Rensselaer in 10-0 W(H), 12/2/11 Power Play Goals: 1 (three times) vs Union in 6-0 W(H), 10/26/12

Senior • Forward • Calgary, Alberta

Multiple-Point Games: 15 (1-1) vs St. Lawrence in 3-1 W(H), 2/1/13 JUNIOR YEAR (2012-13)—Solid two-way forward with nine goals and 19 assists as Clarkson’s fifth-leading scorer with 28 points in 37 games … Tallied two game-winners, a pair of power-play markers and one shorthanded goal … Scored both goals in 2-1 triumph at Brown (1/11) … Tallied gamewinning goal in 4-1 victory vs Yale (11/9) … Third on Clarkson in plus/minus at +18 … Mentioned twice on ECAC Hockey weekly Honor Roll ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. SOPHOMORE YEAR (2011-12)—Made significant strides in her second collegiate campaign and was among the Knights’ most reliable players up front … Skated in all 37 games, recording six goals and 17 assists for 23 points … Among the team leaders in plus/minus at +13 … Posted game-winning goal in 3-0 victory over Quinnipiac (11/11) and in 2-1 triumph at Princeton (2/10) … Collected a career-high five points, including four assists, in 10-0 rout of Rensselaer (12/2) at Cheel Arena … Completed the weekend sweep of the Capital District rivals with one goal and two assists in 6-2 win over Union (12/3) for an eight-point weekend … Had a six-game point-scoring streak (3-6) through late January into early February … Named to the ECAC Hockey weekly Honor Roll once ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team.

First Career Assist: at Syracuse in 3-2 W(A), 11/5/10 First Career Goal: vs Cornell in 3-3 T(H), 2/4/11 Clarkson Fast Fact: Posted eight points in the weekend sweep over RPI (1-4) and Union (1-2) at Cheel Arena (12/23/11).

FRESHMAN YEAR (2010-11)—Skated in all 37 games, contributing three goals and nine assists … Picked up play late in season with eight points (3-5) in an eight-game span … Led the Golden Knights’ offensively in Game 1 of ECAC Quarterfinal playoff series win at ninth-ranked Dartmouth (2/25) with a power-play marker and two assists in 4-1 victory … First collegiate goal was Clarkson’s third score in 3-3 tie against second-ranked Cornell at Cheel Arena (2/4) … Named once to ECAC Hockey weekly Honor Roll (2/7). BEFORE CLARKSON—Was an assistant captain for the Edge School Mountaineers in 2009-10 ... Invited to the 2009 Canadian Women’s U18 Team Strength and Conditioning Camp and the 2009 Canadian Women’s U18 Selection Camp ... Was the 2009 Esso Nationals MVP and top scorer ... Awarded the 2008- 2009 AMMFHL League Top Forward honor ... 2008 Mac’s Midget Tournament top scorer and named a first team All-Star. PERSONAL—Daughter of Lori and Dale Styner, who were both professional squash players ... Born on March 28, 1992 ... Shoots right ... Business major ... Honor Roll student in grades 10 and 11 at the Edge School ... Has a twin brother, Kyle ... Also likes to mountain bike, golf and play tennis ... Lists Michael Cammalleri as her favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Northeastern, Colgate, Syracuse, Princeton, Dartmouth,Yale and North Dakota. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because I loved everything about it; from the small and appealing campus to the enthusiastic coaches and staff members. I felt that Clarkson had a very comfortable environment because everyone, including the players, coaches, and faculty members, were extremely kind and supportive. With this, along with the strong academics and hockey program, I knew that Clarkson was where I wanted to spend my next four years." Year 2010-11 Fr 2011-12 So 2012-13 Jr Totals

GP 37 37 37 111

G 3 6 9 18

A 9 17 19 45

Pts 12 23 28 63

P/M 12/24 7/14 7/14 26/52

23  

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PP 1 0 2 3

SH 0 0 1 1

GW 0 2 2 4

HT 0 0 0 0

+/-1 +13 +18 +30

2013-14 CLARKSON WOMEN's HOCKY

Senior • Defense • Riviere-du-Loup, Quebec

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 2 (twice) (1-1) vs Syracuse in 3-2 W(H), 12/7/12 Goals: 2 at North Dakota in 3-2 L(A), 11/3/12 Assists: 1 (eight times) at Colgate in 3-1 W(A), 1/18/13 Power Play Goals: 1 at North Dakota in 3-2 L(A), 11/3/12 Multiple-Point Games: 2 (1-1) vs Syracuse in 3-2 W(H), 12/7/12

JUNIOR YEAR (2012-13)—Strong defender playing in all 38 games … Tallied 10 points (3-7) and posted a +10 plus/minus rating … Scored a career-high two goals in 3-2 loss at nationally-ranked North Dakota (11/3) … Recorded a goal and one assist in 3-2 win at Syracuse (12/7) … Helped to set up game-winning goal in 2-1 victory vs. Cornell (11/30) … Set Clarkson record for most penalty minutes in a season (27/54) ... Named once to ECAC Hockey weekly Honor Roll ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. SOPHOMORE YEAR (2011-12)—Provided Clarkson with a tenacious effort on the blueline skating in all 37 games … Recorded her first collegiate goal with the winning score in the Knights’ 2-1 victory at Rensselaer (11/5) … Followed in the next game with a goal in the 3-0 win over Quinnipiac (11/11) ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team.

First Career Assist: at Syracuse in 3-2 W(A), 11/5/10 First Career Goal: at Rensselaer in 2-1 W(A), 11/5/11

Clarkson Fast Fact: Solid defensivedefenseman who set Clarkson record for most penalties/minutes in a season (27/54) in 2012-13.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2010-11)—Was a solid contributor on the Knights’ blueline as Clarkson’s lone rookie defenseman … Played in 33 games, recording three assists … First collegiate point was an assist in 3-2 victory at Syracuse (11/5) … Posted a +3 plus/minus rating. BEFORE CLARKSON—Played during the 2009-10 season for the Limoilou Titans where she was an assistant captain … Invited to the 2008 Canadian Women’s U18 Selection Camp … Won the bronze medal at the 2007 Canada Winter Games … Won a silver medal at the 2007 & 2008 U18 Nationals as a member of Team Quebec. PERSONAL—Daughter of Manon Beaulieu and Patrice Plante ... Born on March 19, 1991 ... Shoots left ... Psychology major ... Has an older brother, David, and a younger brother, Tommy, and sister, Lorie ... Likes to also play tennis and workout ... Speaks French ... Lists Chantal Petitclerc as her favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Vermont, Syracuse, Brown, Harvard and Cornell. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because it made me feel at home and it is everything I was looking for."

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Year 2010-11 Fr 2011-12 So 2012-13 Jr Totals

GP 33 37 38 108

G 0 2 3 5

A 3 0 7 10

Pts 3 2 10 15

P/M 8/16 11/22 27/54 46/92

24  

PP 0 0 1 1

SH 0 0 0 0

GW 0 1 0 1

HT 0 0 0 0

+/+3 -9 +10 +4 www.clarksonathletics.com

Sophomore • Defense • Burlington, Ontario

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 2 (1-1) vs Vermont in 4-1 W(H), 10/12/12 Goals: 1 (twice) vs St. Lawrence in 3-1 W(H), 2/1/13 Assists: 1 (eight times) vs Harvard in 4-2 L(N), 3/9/13 Power Play Goals: 1 (twice) vs St. Lawrence in 3-1 W(H), 2/1/13 Multiple-Point Games: 4 (0-2) at Yale in 5-2 W(A), 1/13/13

FRESHMAN YEAR (2012-13)—Played an underrated role on Clarkson’s stingy defense … Steady blueliner who was strong defensively and solid on the offensive end … Had 10 points, including eight assists playing in all 38 games … Recorded an assist in all three ECAC Hockey playoff games as Clarkson swept Rensselaer in the quarterfinal round (3/1-2) and played Harvard in the league’s semifinals (3/8) … Tallied a power-play goal and one assist in 4-1 win over UVM (10/12) … Scored a power-play goal in 3-1 victory vs. St. Lawrence (2/1) … Posted a +7 … Mentioned twice to ECAC Hockey weekly Honor Roll ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team.

First Career Assist: vs St. Lawrence in 3-2 W(H), 10/6/12 First Career Goal: vs Vermont in 4-1 W(H), 10/12/12 Clarkson Fast Fact: Unheralded defenseman who is solid at both ends of the ice.

BEFORE CLARKSON—Played for the Burlington Junior Barracudas (PWHL) ...Was named Female Athlete of the Year from 2006 – 2011 and received Athletic Honors in 2011 ... Received academic Honors from 2007 - 2011 ... Was named MVP for her high school hockey team in 2010 and 2012 as well as for her soccer team from 2008 – 2010. PERSONAL—Daughter of Sharon and Douglas Fast ... Born on October 6, 1994 ... Shoots right ... Business major ... The youngest of four children ... Has two older brothers, Greg and Chris, and a sister, Lindsey ... Lists Sidney Crosby as her favorite athlete ... Excellent all-around athlete who was also recruited by NCAA schools for a soccer scholarship ... Also likes to play volleyball and basketball ... Invited to Canada's National Women's Development Team selection camp this past August. WHY CLARKSON—"When first visiting Clarkson University I knew this was the school I wanted to attend. I was impressed having met the coaching staff and learning about the level of commitment towards the hockey program. In addition to great athletics, Clarkson also has a great academic reputation. Altogether I am convinced Clarkson is a great school for me."

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Year 2012-13 Fr Totals

GP 38 38

G 2 2

A 8 8

Pts 10 10

P/M 13/26 13/26

25  

PP 2 2

SH 0 0

GW 0 0

HT 0 0

+/+7 +7

2013-14 CLARKSON WOMEN's HOCKY

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 2 (twice) (0-2) vs Brown in 2-1 W(H), 11/10/12 Goals: 1 (10 times) at Cornell in 3-1 L(A), 1/19/13 Assists: 2 vs Brown in 2-1 W(H), 11/10/12 Power Play Goals: 1 vs Boston University in 2-2 T(H), 10/21/11

Senior • Forward • Wiseton, Saskatchewan

JUNIOR YEAR (2012-13)—One of the Golden Knights’ hardest workers …Played through numerous injuries throughout the season to skate in all 38 games … Tenacious forward and strong penalty-killer … Scored five goals and 11 assists … Tallied game-winning goal and one assist in 6-0 victory over Union at Cheel Arena (10/26) … Recorded an assist against Boston University (3/16) in NCAA Tournament … Scored first goal of the season in 3-2 victory over St. Lawrence (10/6) … Set up both Clarkson goals in 2-1 win over Brown (11/10) ... Recipient of Clarkson's Coaches Award, presented to a player who displays unselfish play, hustle, sacrifice, dedication and commitment to the team.

First Career Assist: at Yale in 3-2ot L(A), 11/20/10 First Career Goal: vs Providence in 3-0 W(H), 10/8/11 Clarkson Fast Fact: The Golden Knights' Coaches Award recipient in 2012-13.

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2011-12)—Developed into a solid two-way forward for the Green and Gold, skating in all 37 games … Tallied five goals and two assists along with posting a +5 plus/minus rating … Scored the game-winning goal in 3-0 victory over Providence (10/8) for first career goal … Connected for game-winner in 4-2 triumph over Syracuse (10/15) while on the power play … Scored goals in weekend sweep (2/3-4) of Brown (4-3ot) and Yale (7-0) at Cheel Arena. FRESHMAN YEAR (2010-11)—Gained valuable playing experience skating in all 37 games as a fourth-line forward … Recorded one assist, at Yale (11/20). BEFORE CLARKSON—Served as captain for the Swift Current Wildcats for the 2008-09 and 2009-10 seasons ... Invited to the 2008 and 2009 Canadian Women’s U18 Team Strength and Conditioning Camps and the 2008 and 2009 Canadian Women’s U18 Selection Camps ...Was a member of the Canadian Women’s U18 Team in 2009 Series vs. Team USA ... A 2007, 2008 and 2009 member of Saskatchewan Provincial teams. PERSONAL—Daughter of Gladys and Greg Nisbet … Born on January 18, 1992 … Shoots left … Undecided major … Strong student at Dinsmore Composite, winning Staff Award and Wiseton Lions Award ... Has an older sister, Krista, and and older brother, Riley ... Raised on a grain farm in Saskatchewan ... Lists Lance Armstrong as her favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Robert Morris, Quinnipiac, Minnesota ... Invited to Canada's National Women's Development Team selection camp this past August. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because it is a small community like mine that I thought I could see myself living in. The girls were awesome and the support that everyone showed towards the school was great. I thought Clarkson was the right place for me."

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Year 2010-11 Fr 2011-12 So 2012-13 Jr Totals

GP 37 37 38 112

G 0 5 5 10

A 1 2 11 14

Pts 1 7 16 24

P/M 6/23 7/14 8/16 21/53

26  

PP 0 1 0 1

SH 0 0 0 0

GW 0 2 1 3

HT 0 0 0 0

+/-8 +5 +2 -1 www.clarksonathletics.com

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 1 (eight times) (1-0) vs Rensselaer in 5-2 W(H), 3/2/13 Goals: 1 (six times) vs Rensselaer in 5-2 W(H), 3/2/13 Assists: 1 (twice) at Harvard in 3-1 W(A), 2/23/13

Sophomore • Forward • Moose Jaw,Saskatchewan

FRESHMAN YEAR (2012-13)—Enjoyed a solid rookie campaign with eight points and six goals through 36 games … First collegiate point was the game-winning goal in 5-1 victory vs. Vermont (10/13) … All six goals came in Clarkson wins …Tallied a goal in three straight games (10/26-11/2) … Scored in Game 2 ECAC Hockey Quarterfinal victory over RPI (3/2) … Named twice to ECAC weekly Honor Roll.

First Career Goal: vs Vermont in 5-1 W(H), 10/13/12 First Career Assist: vs Brown in 2-1 W(H), 11/10/12

Clarkson Fast Fact: All six goals in freshman campaign came in Clarkson wins.

BEFORE CLARKSON—Played for the Notre Dame AAA Hounds (SFMAAAHL) where she served as Team Captain ... Invited to the 2010 & 2011 Canadian Women’s U18 Selection Camp ... Invited to the 2010 & 2011 Canadian Women’s U18 Conditioning Camp ... Participated in the 2011 Canadian U18 Nationals as a member of and assistant captain for Team Saskatchewan ... Participated in the 2011 Canada Winter Games as a member of Team Saskatchewan ... The career all-time leading scorer for goals, assists, and points in the Saskatchewan Female Midget AAA Hockey League. PERSONAL—Daughter of Kathy and Don Howe ... Born on January 17, 1994 ... Shoots left ... Business major ... Has two sisters, Aurora and Victoria, and a brother, Grayson ... Volunteered her time for “Works of Mercy” in Regina, SK where she helped elementary students with school. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because it was where I felt most welcome. I have never heard anything bad about the school, hockey programs, or coaches. I knew it must have been a good school when all of my friends were considering it and having a coach that went there and enjoyed her experience really helped make the decision seem like the right one. It also doesn’t hurt to know people who will be attending with you. Clarkson seems like the right place to spend the next four years of my life."

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Year 2012-13 Fr Totals

GP 36 36

G 6 6

A 2 2

Pts 8 8

P/M 5/10 5/10

27  

PP 0 0

SH 0 0

GW 1 1

HT 0 0

+/+7 +7

2013-14 CLARKSON WOMEN's HOCKY

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 1 (seven times)(0-1) vs Northeastern in 4-3 L(H), 1/4/13 Goals: 1 (three times) vs Syraucse in 3-2 W(H), 12/7/12 Assists: 1(four times) vs Northeastern in 4-3 L(H), 1/4/13 Power Play Goals:

Junior • Defense • Fruitvale,British Columbia

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2012-13)—Versatile skater who played a role up front and on defense … Dressed for all 38 games, recording two goals and two assists … Scored game-winning goal in 6-2 win vs. Rensselaer (10/27) … Also scored in 3-2 victory vs. Syracuse (12/7). FRESHMAN YEAR (2011-12)—Showed steady improvement throughout her rookie campaign and helped provide solid play on Clarkson’s stingy defense … Played in 37 games and recorded one goal and two assists along with an impressive +7 plus/minus rating in her first collegiate campaign … Began her first season with the Knights by scoring a goal in the season-opening game, a 3-3 tie at Vermont (9/30) … Posted an assist at Northeastern (1/5) and set up goal in 6-2 win at Brown (1/14).

First Career Goal: at Vermont in 3-3ot T(A), 9/30/11 First Career Assist: vs Northeastern in 5-3 L(A), 1/5/12 Clarkson Fast Fact: Versatile skater who contributes at both forward and on defense.

BEFORE CLARKSON—Played in 2010-11 for the Notre Dame Hounds ... Was named the 2011 Female Athlete of the Year at Notre Dame ... Participated in the 2010 Canadian U18 Nationals as a member of Team BC ... Participated in the 2011 Canada Winter Games as a member and captain of Team BC. PERSONAL—Daughter of Melissa and Paul Matteucci ... Born on August 2, 1993 ... Shoots right ... History major ... Has a younger brother, Eric ... Has been an Honor Roll Student throughout Secondary School ... Played on Team Canada's Women's Baseball team as a pitcher ... Pitched a no-hitter for her 2011 Boys H.S. Baseball Team at Notre Dame ... Lists Derek Jeter as her favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Niagara, Maine, Minnesota State and Bemidji State. WHY CLARKSON—"I have a friend that went to Clarkson and played for the Golden Knights. She gave me the low down and told me what a great school Clarkson is. She also said that the coaches made her "love hockey again," so when I visited Potsdam and the campus I had very high expectations. I have to tell you I was not disappointed!! I felt comfortable right away and I knew Clarkson was where I belonged.”

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Year 2011-12 Fr 2012-13 So Totals

GP 37 38 75

G 1 2 3

A 2 2 4

Pts 3 4 7

P/M 7/14 1/2 8/16

28  

PP 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

GW 0 1 1

HT 0 0 0

+/+7 +3 +10

www.clarksonathletics.com

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 4 (2-2) at Yale in 5-2 W(A), 1/13/12 Goals: 3 vs Harvard in 3-1 W(H), 1/25/13 Assists: 3 at Mercyhurst in 4-3 L(A), 10/20/12 Power Play Goals: 2 vs Harvard in 3-1 W(H), 1/25/13

C Senior • Forward • Exeter, Ontario

Multiple-Point Games: 28 (3-0) vs Harvard in 3-1 W(H), 1/25/13 JUNIOR YEAR (2012-13)—As Clarkson captain, led the Golden Knights to most wins ever in a season with 28 overall and a program-record 18 ECAC Hockey victories along with a berth in the NCAA Tournament … ECAC All-Star - third-team ... The Knights’ second leading scorer with 41 points on 17 goals and 24 assists … Led Clarkson in conference goals (12) … Had six game-winning tallies and six power-play markers and a +14 plus/minus rating … Scored overtime game-winner in 3-2 victory over RPI in Game 1 of conference quarterfinals series (3/1) … Scored all three goals in Clarkson’s 3-1 victory vs Harvard (1/25) … Scored both goals in 2-1 triumph over Brown (11/10) … Tallied a goal in each of the Knights’ last three games of the regular season as Clarkson clinched the second seed for the ECAC Hockey playoffs … Tied for team lead in conference power-play goals (4) … ECAC Hockey Player of the Week (1/28) … One of the Knights’ best on the faceoff (52%) ... Mentioned four times on league’s weekly Honor Roll … Joined Clarkson’s Century Club in scoring with 105 points on 39 goals and 66 assists through 112 career games.

First Career Assist: at Boston University in 3-2 L(A), 10/23/10 First Career Goal: vs Union in 3-0 W(H), 10/29/10 Clarkson Fast Fact: A 2013 ECAC All-Star who is a member of Clarkson's exclusive century club with 105 career points (39-66).

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2011-12)—A talented offensive player who led Clarkson in scoring with 40 points on 14 goals and a team-high 26 assists playing in all 37 games … Tallied eight power-play markers ... Connected for the game-winner in 6-2 victory at Brown (1/14) to complete a two-goal outing … Posted a career-high four points with two goals and two assists in 5-2 win at Yale (1/13) … Had 10 multiple-point games … Posted a +6 plus/minus … One of the Knights' leading players on the faceoff, winning 51% of her draws ... Named three times to the ECAC Hockey weekly Honor Roll. FRESHMAN YEAR (2010-11)—Named Clarkson’s Rookie of the Year after a very solid first season … Skated in all 37 games and tied for second on the team in scoring with 24 points with eight goals and 16 assists, and posted a +5 plus/minus rating … Was especially effective in the 2011 portion of the schedule, recording six goals and 14 assists over the last 16 games … Voted to 2011 ECAC Hockey All-Rookie Team … Twice gained ECAC weekly Honor Roll mention ... Named to ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. BEFORE CLARKSON—Played in 2009-10 for the Bluewater Jr. Hawks where she was the captain of her team ... Helped to lead Canada to the U18 World Championsip Gold Medal ... Extensixe experience in Canada's National programs. PERSONAL—Daughter of Becky and Brian Mercer ... Born on February 17, 1992 ... Shoots left ... Business major ... Has a sister, Cayley, a sophomore forward for the Knights' this season, and a brother, Cullen ... Lists Sidney Crosby as her favorite athlete ... Also recruited by UNH, RPI, Vermont, Colgate and Ohio State ... Participated with Canada's National Women's Team in national program's Red-White Series this past August. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because of its small town atmosphere that is jammed packed with enthusiasm for hockey.The coaching staff and the team made me feel very comfortable and I am positive the team has great success ahead of them." Year 2010-11 Fr 2011-12 So 2012-13 Jr Totals

GP 37 37 38 112

G 8 14 17 39

A 16 26 24 66

Pts 24 40 41 105

P/M 5/10 13/26 10/20 28/56

29  

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PP 1 8 6 15

SH 0 0 0 0

GW 1 1 6 8

HT 0 0 1 1

+/+5 +6 +14 +25

2013-14 CLARKSON WOMEN's HOCKY

A Senior • Forward • St. Constant, Quebec

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 2 (six times) (1-1) vs Harvard in 4-2 L(N), 3/9/13 Goals: 2 at Brown in 6-2 W(A), 1/14/12 Assists: 2 (twice) vs Quinnipiac in 3-0 W(H), 11/11/11 Power Play Goals: 1 (twice) vs Yale in 4-1 W(H), 11/9/12 Multiple-Point Games: 6 (1-1) vs Harvard in 4-2 L(N), 3/9/13

JUNIOR YEAR (2012-13)—A productive forward on one of Clarkson’s top lines … Tallied 21 points on 10 goals and 11 assists through 38 games … Scored a goal in four of the last five games … Became the only visiting player during the season to score a game-winning goal, and also had an assist, at Bright Hockey Center as the Knights defeated Harvard 3-1 (2/23) to secure the secondseed in the ECAC Hockey playoffs … Scored twice in the conference quarterfinal-series sweep against Rensselaer (3/1-2) … Tallied two points (1-1) in ECAC semifinals vs the Crimson (3/9) ... Had three game-winning goals and two power-play tallies … Came through with winning goal in 3-2 win at Union (2/9) … Posted 55% on faceoffs (364-293) ... Clarkson Women’s Hockey Student-Athlete of the Year ... Selected as the Knights Unsung Hero Award Winner ... First Golden Knight in the 10year history of the program to earn CoSIDA Academic honors, named to the first-team of the 2013 CoSIDA/Capital One Women's At-Large Academic All-Region team ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team.

First Career Goal: vs Quinnipiac in 3-2ot L(H), 1/8/11 First Career Assist: at Quinnipiac in 3-2ot W(A), 1/28/11 Clarkson Fast Fact: First Golden Knight in the 10-year history of the program to gain CoSIDA Academic honors, earning AllRegion selection.

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2011-12)—Came through with a solid sophomore season, skating in all 37 games as the Golden Knights’ third-line center … Recorded 12 points on four goals and eight assists along with posting a +5 plus/minus rating … Reliable on the faceoff, winning 56% of her draws … Scored a career-high two goals in 6-2 win at Brown (1/14) … Connected for the game-winner in 6-2 victory over Union (12/3) … Helped set up both goals in 2-1 triumph over UNH (10/22) … Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. FRESHMAN YEAR (2010-11)—Gained valuable playing experience skating in all 37 games as the Knights’ fourth-line center … Scored one goal and two assists … First collegiate goal came against Quinnipiac (1/8) … Named to ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. BEFORE CLARKSON—Played for the Dawson Blues in 2009-10 where she served as team captain ... Invited to the 2007 Canadian Women’s U18 Selection Camp ... Won the bronze medal at the 2007 Canada Winter Games ... Won a silver medal at the 2007 U18 Nationals as a member of Team Quebec ... Was awarded the 2008 Honor of Excellence for the best GPA in secondary 5. PERSONAL—Daughter of Suzanne Amyot and Mario Gagnon ... Born on October 28, 1990 … Shoots left … Strong student majoring in Business ... Earned Student-Athlete Award at Dawson College ... Posted highest average in graduation year of high school … Has a younger brother, Frederic ... Also likes to play golf and tennis ... Lists Marie-Philip Poulin and Chantal Petitclerc as her favorite athletes ... Also recruited by Harvard, Princeton, Brown,Vermont, Ohio State and Cornell. WHY CLARKSON—"A couple of the reasons why I chose Clarkson are for its proximity with Canada and for the small campus. But I mainly chose to come here because of the hockey program and the coaches." Year 2010-11 Fr 2011-12 So 2012-13 Jr Totals

GP 37 37 38 112

G 1 4 10 15

A 2 8 11 21

Pts 3 12 21 36

P/M 8/16 11/22 15/30 34/68

30  

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PP 0 0 2 2

SH 0 0 0 0

GW 0 1 3 4

HT 0 0 0 0

+/-6 +5 +5 +4

www.clarksonathletics.com

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 3 (0-3) at Brown in 6-2 W(A), 1/14/12 Goals: 1 (eight times) at Colgate in 3-1 L(A), 1/18/13 Assists: 3 at Brown in 6-2 W(A), 1/14/12 Power Play Goals: 1 vs Rensselaer in 10-0 W(H), 12/2/11

Junior • Forward •Thetford Mines,Quebec

Multiple-Point Games: 2 (1-1) vs Union in 6-0 W(H), 10/26/12 SOPHOMORE YEAR (2012-13)—Clarkson’s leading scorer among the sophomore class with 11 points on four goals and seven assists in 36 games … Posted a +7 … Scored a goal in NCAA Tournament game at Boston University (3/16) … Recorded one goal and one assist in 6-0 win vs. Union (10/26) … Also scored in 5-4 victory at Syracuse and in 3-1 triumph at Colgate (1/18) ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. FRESHMAN YEAR (2011-12)—Enjoyed a solid rookie campaign for the Golden Knights playing in 32 games and recording four goals and five assists … Posted a +7 plus/minus rating … Her first three goals all came in Clarkson ties … Began her collegiate career with the tying score in Clarkson’s 3-3 draw at Vermont (9/30) in the opening game of the season … Also scored in 3-3 tie vs UConn (10/9) and in 2-2 draw vs. Dartmouth (10/28) ... Tallied on the power play in 10-0 rout of Rensselaer (12/2) at Cheel Arena … Recorded a season-high three points, all assists, in 6-2 win at Brown (1/14) … Named to the ECAC weekly Honor Roll three times.

First Career Goal: at Vermont in 3-3ot T(A), 9/30/11 First Career Assist: at Brown in 6-2 W(A), 1/14/12

Clarkson Fast Fact: Leading scorer in the Knights' junior class.

BEFORE CLARKSON—Played in 2010-11 for the Ontario Hockey Academy (OHA) Mavericks ... Seved as an assistant captain ... Member of Canadian Women’s U18 Team Member; 2009 Summer Series vs.Team USA ... Invited to the 2009 Canadian Women’s U18 Selection Camp ...Won Bronze at the 2009 Canadian U18 Nationals as a member of Team Quebec ...Won Silver at the 2008 Canadian U18 Nationals as a member of Team Quebec, PERSONAL—Daughter of Louise Tardif and Marquis Lambert ... Born on November 22, 1992 ... Shoots left ... Business major ... Has an older sister, Valerie ... Strong student who was an Ontario Scholar at OHA ... Won the award for Personality Sportive of the Year (Young Personalities 2009); Personality Zenith 2009 ... Participated at the Quebec Games in three different sports: Soccer, Hockey and Triathlon ... Lists Sidney Crosby as her favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Cornell, Maine, Northeastern, St. Lawrence, UConn, Bemidji State and Princeton. WHY CLARKSON—"As soon as I visited Clarkson and I watched a hockey game, I knew it was a school for me. They have good academics programs and a good hockey program. The atmosphere around the small campus and at the rink was exactly what I was looking for. I liked the chemistry between the teachers and the students and also the chemistry between the coaches and the players."

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Year 2011-12 Fr 2012-13 So Totals

GP 32 36 68

G 4 4 8

A 5 7 12

Pts 9 11 20

P/M 4/8 7/14 11/22

31  

PP 1 0 1

SH 0 0 0

GW 0 0 0

HT 0 0 0

+/+7 +7 +14

2013-14 CLARKSON WOMEN's HOCKY

Sophomore • Defense • Keswick, Ontario

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 4 (1-3) vs Rensselaer in 6-2 W(H), 10/27/12 Goals: 1 (six times) at Boston Univ. in 5-3 L(A), 3/16/13 Assists: 3 (twice) vs Rensselaer in 6-2 W(H), 10/27/12 Power Play Goals: 1 (four times) at Union in 3-2 W(A), 2/9/13 Multiple-Point Games: 8 (1-1) vs Harvard in 4-2 L(N), 3/8/13

FRESHMAN YEAR (2012-13)—ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Year ... Second-Team ECAC All-Star ... Leading rookie scorer from the blueline nationally with 36 points, including a school-record 30 assists, through 34 games … One of only three defensemen in the country who averaged over a point per game (1.06) ... Scored sixth goal of the season in NCAA Tournament game at Boston University (3/16) …Tallied two points (1-1) in ECAC semifinal game vs Harvard (3/8) ... Top scoring freshman in ECAC Hockey with 19 points (3-16) in 20 league games … Second among ECAC defenseman in league scoring (.95 ppg) … Recorded at least one point in 24 of 34 games … Best effort was a one-goal, three-assist outing in 6-2 W(H) vs Rensselaer (10/27) … Quarterbacked Clarkson’s 12thrated power play (19.2%) and was tied for second in the ECAC in power-play points (11) … Posted a team-high +25 plus/minus … Chosen three times as ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Month (October, December, February) … Named three times as league Rookie of the Week ... Helped Canada’s U22 National Team win Gold Medal at the 2013 Meco Cup in Fussen, Germany in January ... Clarkson's Rookie of the Year.

First Career Goal: vs St. Lawrence in 3-2 W(H), 10/6/12 First Career Assist: vs St. Lawrence in 3-2 W(H), 10/6/12

Clarkson Fast Fact: ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Year in 2012-13 and leading freshman scorer nationally from the blueline.

BEFORE CLARKSON—Seved as team captain for the Toronto Junior Aero’s (PWHL) ... A Canadian Women’s U18 Team Member; 2009, 2010, 2011 Summer Series vs.Team USA ... Canadian Women’s U18 Team Member; 2010 U18 World Championships (Gold Medalist), 2011 U18 World Championships (Silver Medalist), and the 2012 U18 World Championships (Gold Medalist) ... Invited to the 2009, 2010, & 2011 Canadian Women’s U18 Selection Camp ... Invited to the 2009, 2010, & 2011 Canadian Women’s U18 Team Strength and Conditioning Camp ... Also invited to the 2010 Canadian Senior Selection Camp ... Was presented with the award for the Tournament’s Top Defenseman at the 2012 U18 World Championships as well as being named as one of the top three players on her team throughout the tournament voted on by the coaching body ... Was a member of the Ontario Provincial team at the 2008, 2009, & 2011 Canadian U18 Nationals where she won 2 Gold Medals ... Won silver at the 2011 Canada Winter Games as a member of Team Ontario. PERSONAL—Daughter of Laura and Glenn Ambrose ... Shoots right ... Business major ... Has an older sister, Tory ... Lists Cassie Campbell as her favorite athlete ... Has been playing hockey since age five ... Also enjoys playing baseball and writing ... Participated with Canada's National Women's Team in national program's Red-White Series this past August. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because for me it was a great combination of elite hockey and strong academics. I felt like this was where I wanted to spend and enjoy the next four years of my life because of the family atmosphere the team presented me. I couldn’t be happier with my decision."

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Year 2012-13 Fr Totals

GP 34 34

G 6 6

A 30 30

Pts 36 36

P/M 9/18 9/18

32  

PP 4 4

SH 0 0

GW 0 0

HT 0 0

+/+25 +25

www.clarksonathletics.com

Sophomore • Forward • Mt.Herbert,Pr. Edward Isl.

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 2 (three times) (2-0) vs Dartmouth in 5-0 W(H), 1/26/13 Goals: 2 vs Dartmouth in 5-0 W(H), 1/26/13 Assists: 1 (seven times) at Harvard in 3-1 W(A), 2/23/13 Power Play Goals: 1 (twice) vs Cornell in 2-1 W(H), 11/30/12 Multiple-Point Games: 3 (2-0) vs Dartmouth in 5-0 W(H), 1/26/13

FRESHMAN YEAR (2012-13)—Clarkson’s leading freshman forward with 16 on nine goals and seven assists playing in all 38 games … Posted a +6 plus/minus rating … Scored a goal in NCAA Tournament game at Boston University (3/16) … Scored game-winning goal in 2-1 victory vs. Cornell (11/30) … Tallied two goals in 5-0 win vs. Dartmouth (1/26) … Scored the Knights’ opening goal against RPI in Game 2 of quarterfinal series (3/2) … Had four points (2-2) in last six games … Twice named ECAC Hockey Rookie of the week and mentioned two times on league’s Honor Roll. BEFORE CLARKSON—Played for the Warner Warriors (JWHL) where she was the team captain from 2010-2012 ... Member of the Canadian Women’s U18 Team ... Played in 2011 Summer Series Vs. Team USA where she served as an assistant captain ... Was on Canada's Women’s U18 Team 2012 World U18 Championship Gold-Medal squad ... 2012 U22 May and Summer Canadian National Camp ... Invited to the 2010 & 2011 Canadian Women’s U18 Selection Camp ... Invited to the 2010 & 2011 Canadian Women’s U18 Conditioning Camp ... Participated in the 2009 and 2011 Canadian U18 Nationals as a member of Team Atlantic where she served as assistant captain in 2011 ... Participated in the 2011 Canada Winter Games as a member of Team Atlantic ... Received the Top Forward award at the 2011 Canadian U18 National tournament as well as the “players' player” award for her Warner Warriors team.

First Career Goal: vs Vermont in 5-1 W(H), 10/13/12 First Career Assist: vs Vermont in 5-1 W(H), 10/13/12

Clarkson Fast Fact: Capped off solid freshman campaign with a goal at Boston University in the 2013 NCAA Tournament.

PERSONAL—Daughter of Cathy and Francis MacAulay ... Born on June 22, 1994 ... Shoots left ... Psychology major ... Has an older sister, Brittany, and an older brother, Peter ... Moved away from home at age 14 to go to school and play hockey in Alberta ... Invited to Canada's National Women's Development Team selection camp this past August. WHY CLARKSON—"I like the idea of attending a smaller University with a great atmosphere. I believe Clarkson is somewhere I can improve my hockey skills and academics as well as becoming a better all-around person."

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Year 2012-13 Fr Totals

GP 38 38

G 9 9

A 7 7

Pts 16 16

P/M 18/36 18/36

33  

PP 2 2

SH 0 0

GW 1 1

HT 0 0

+/+6 +6

2013-14 CLARKSON WOMEN's HOCKY

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 4 (1-3) at Syraucse in 5-4 W(A), 12/8/12 Goals: 3 (twice) at Quinnipiac in 3-1 W(A), 11/16/12 Assists: 3(three times) vs Harvard in 3-1 W(H), 1/25/13 Power Play Goals: 2 (twice) at Mercyhurst in 3-0 W(A), 10/19/12

A Senior • Forward • Kanata, Ontario

Multiple-Point Games: 33 (2-1) vs Rensselaer in 5-2 W(H), 3/2/13 JUNIOR YEAR (2012-13)—Knights’ leading offensive force, averaging 1.44 points per game … Clutch goal scorer, who tied for the nation’s lead in game-winning goals with nine … Set Clarkson record for points in a season overall with 52, including 22 goals through 36 games … Shared program record for most assists in a season with 30 along with Erin Ambrose … Second-Team ECAC Hockey All-Star ... Tallied at least one point in each of the last seven games with five goals and five assists during that span as Clarkson made its second appearance ever in the NCAA Tournament … Scored a team-high eight power-play goals and three shorthanded markers ... Posted second career hat trick in 4-1 win at Quinnipiac (11/16) … Posted a +24 … ECAC Hockey Player of the Week (10/23) ... Joined Clarkson’s Century Club in scoring with 115 points on 48 goals and 67 assists through 106 career games ... Helped Canada’s U22 National Team win Gold Medal at the 2013 Meco Cup in Fussen, Germany in January ... Selected as the Knights' Ron Frazer Award winner for the second consecutive year.

First Career Assist: at UConn in 3-1 L(A), 10/9/10 First Career Goal: at Yale in 3-2ot L(A), 11/20/10 Clarkson Fast Fact: Clutch goal scorer, who set Clarkson record for most points in a season with 52 (22-30), including a nation-high nine game-winning goals in 2012-13.

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2011-12)—Led the Knights in goals with 19 goals and was second overall in points with 38 through ... Tallied six power-play goals and four gamewinners along with posting a +13 plus/minus rating … Opened season with a six-game point scoring streak with 12 points (3-9) … Posted 13 games with at least two points … Recorded first career hat trick in 10-0 rout of Rensselaer (12/2) and tallied two goals and an assist in 6-2 victory over Union (12/3) to complete a six-point (5-1) weekend at Cheel Arena … Participated with Canada’s U22 National Team at the 2012 Meco Cup in Fussen, Germany … Selected as ECAC Hockey Player of the Month for October. FRESHMAN YEAR (2010-11)—Emerged as a standout Division I player, leading Clarkson in scoring with 25 points on seven goals and a team-high 18 assists playing in all 37 games … Was very productive down the stretch with six goals and 10 assists over the final 16 games … Recorded six multiple-point outings … Posted a +5 plus/minus rating. BEFORE CLARKSON—Starred for the Ottawa Senators Intermediate AA where she served as team captain in 2009-10 ... 2010 PWHL top 5 scoring leader; tied for league lead for goals ... Extensive experience with Canada's national programs. PERSONAL—Daughter of Melodie and David Rattray ... Born on September 30, 1992 … Shoots left … Strong student majoring in Psychology ... Also recruited by Minnesota, Minnesota-Duluth, St. Lawrence, Wisconsin, Mercyhurst and Cornell ... Participated with Canada's National Women's Team in national program's Red-White Series this past August. WHY CLARKSON—"People always ask me why I chose Clarkson, when I think they should really question why I wouldn’t choose Clarkson. As a student-athlete Clarkson has all the right ingredients: great hockey program filled with great coaches and a fantastic team. On my visit I already felt a part of the team. Clarkson also has strong academics and great academic-support. I also chose Clarkson because of the feeling I got when I stepped on campus. I felt right at home. The day I committed was the day I was ready to start." Year 2010-11 Fr 2011-12 So 2012-13 Jr Totals

GP 37 33 36 106

G 7 19 22 48

A 18 19 30 67

Pts 25 38 52 115

P/M 13/26 7/14 26/52 46/92

34  

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PP 2 6 8 16

SH 0 0 3 3

GW 2 4 9 15

HT 0 1 1 2

+/+5 +13 +24 +42 www.clarksonathletics.com

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Saves: 39 at Harvard in 3-1 W(A), 2/22/13 Saves in a Period: 18 (OT) at Dartmouth in 4-3ot L(A), 2/27/11 Goals: 6 at St. Lawrence in 6-3 L(A), 10/1/11 Shots: 42 at Dartmouth in 4-3ot L(A), 2/27/11

Senior • Goaltender • Ottawa, Ontario

JUNIOR YEAR (2012-13)—Honored as Clarkson’s MVP for the second consecutive season … Backboned the Knights’ stingy defensive effort, playing the second most minutes in the country (2217:21) … Named ECAC Hockey Goaltender of the Year for the second consecutive season and also selected a First-Team ECAC All-Star … Played more minutes than any other ECAC goaltender (1315:38) and posted the most wins in the conference (18) … Ranked among the best netminders in Division I with a .931 SV% and a 1.73 GAA … Posted the second most wins in Division I with a 27-10 overall record, including six shutouts … Became Clarkson's all-time winningest goaltender with a 59-27-10 career record ... Allowed one goal-or-less in 20 games over the season … Posted a career-high 39 saves in 3-1 win at Harvard (2/23), becoming the only visiting goaltender to win at Bright Hockey Center during the season … Honored as ECAC Goaltender of the Month for both October and November and selected ECAC Goaltender of the Week six times ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team.

Shutouts - 15 vs Quinnipiac in 1-0 W(H), 2/16/13 - 27 saves 30-Save Games: 16 at Harvard in 3-1 W(A), 2/22/13 First Career Start: at UNH in 2-1 L(A), 10/22/10 - 27 saves First Career Win: vs Union in 3-0 W(H), 10/29/10 - 16 saves Clarkson Fast Fact: Two-time ECAC Hockey Goaltender of the Year (2012, 2013).

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2011-12)—Selected as Clarkson's Most Valuable Player ... The key reason for the Golden Knights’ success as ECAC Hockey Goaltender of the Year and a Finalist for the Conference’s Player of the Year … Played all but 41 minutes in the Clarkson goal … Posted a .927 SV%, 1.75 GAA (sixth in Division 1) and a .662 win percentage … Tied for fifth in the nation in shutouts with seven through 37 games … Allowed one goal or less in 16 games … Honored as ECAC Goaltender of the Month for both October and November … Selected ECAC Goaltender of the Week three times (10/18, 10/25, 11/14) ... Named to ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. FRESHMAN YEAR (2010-11)—Made her mark on the Clarkson program by emerging as the Golden Knights’ starting goaltender … Played 25 games, including 22 starts, in the crease and earned the Green and Gold’s starting nod in the season’s second half, starting 13 of the final 14 games … Posted a 10-7-5 record, including two shutouts, on a .928 save percentage and a 1.87 goals against average … Recorded five games with 30-or-more stops and made a seasonhigh 38 saves in the overtime loss at ninth-ranked Dartmouth in Game 3 of the ECAC Hockey quarterfinals series (2/27) … Voted to 2011 ECAC Hockey All-Rookie Team … Named ECAC Goaltender of the Week once (2/1) ... Named to ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. BEFORE CLARKSON—Starting goaltender for the Ottawa Senators Intermediate AA in 2009-10 ... Helped to lead Canada to the U18 World Championship Gold Medal in April 2010 ... Extensive expereince in Canada's National programs. PERSONAL—Daughter of Jane Bruce ... Born on July 17, 1992 ... Catches left ... Business major ...Was an Honor Roll student in grades 10 and 11 at Sir Wilfrid Laurier S.S. ... Has a sister, Katy, and brother, Kevin ...Also recruited by Vermont,Cornell, St. Lawrence, UConn and Brown ... Invited to Canada's National Women's Development Team selection camp this past August. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because of the small school with a great atmosphere and I know that the coaches will push me to be the best athlete I can be. I’m also positive Coach Shannon will whip me into shape in no time; it should be a grand old time.”

YEAR 2010-11 Fr 2011-12 So 2012-13 Jr Totals

GP 25 37 37 99

MINS 1440:21 2200:21 2217:21 5858:03

SAVES 584 807 864 2255

GOALS 45 64 64 173

35  

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SV% .928 .927 .931 .929

GAA 1.87 1.75 1.73 1.77

RECORD 10-7-5 22-10-5 27-10-0 59-27-10

SHO 2 7 6 15

2013-14 CLARKSON WOMEN's HOCKY

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Saves: Saves in a Period: Goals: Shots: -

Junior • Goaltender • Little Canada, Minnesota

Clarkson Fast Fact: Named to the ECAC All-Academic team as both a freshman and sophomore.

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2012-13)—Excellent team player who provided depth on the Clarkson roster ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. FRESHMAN YEAR (2011-12)—Provided depth, but did not see any game action ... Gained valuable experience playing behind all-star Erica Howe ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. BEFORE CLARKSON—Played in 2010-11 for the Roseville Raiders in Minnesota where she acted as team captain ...Was a 2010 All-Conference selection as well as a 2010 All State Honorable Mention ... Received numerous awards including the 2010 Hobey Baker Character Award, 2010 Herb Brooks Award Finalist, the 2010 Raider Award, and the 2011 Minnesota Hockey Champions Award ... Was a member of the 2009 Minnesota High School AA Girls Hockey State Championship team as well as the 2010 UMHSEL Championship team. PERSONAL—Daughter of Shelly and Todd Boss ... Born on September 24, 1992 ... Catches Left ... Communications major ... Has two older brothers, Justin and Joey ... Received AllConference Honors in 2009, 2010, and 2011 for her varsity lacrosse team at Roseville H.S. where she also served as co-captain in 2010 and 2011 ... Received academic honors in 2010 and 2011, and won the Academic Presidential Award in 2007 ... Also likes to do volunteer work, helping out the Humane Society, Salvation Army, and Feed My Starving Children ... Lists Lance Armstrong as her favorite athlete ... Also recruited by UW Eau Claire, Manhattanville, UW Superior and Concordia. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because the small community makes me feel like I am in a big family, and brings me closer to everyone.”

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C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Saves: 17 vs Vermont in 5-1 W(H), 10/13/12 Saves in a Period: 12 vs Vermont in 5-1 W(H), 10/13/12 Goals: 1 (twice) vs Vermont in 5-1 W(H), 10/13/12 Shots: 18 vs Vermont in 5-1 W(H), 10/13/12

Junior • Goaltender • Hamilton, Ontario

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2012-13)—Started first career game in 5-1 win over UVM (10/13) making 17 saves in only action of the season ... Injured throughout season’s second half. FRESHMAN YEAR (2011-12)—Saw limited time, but gained valuable experience playing behind all-star Erica Howe ... Played in 41 minutes through two games ... First collegiate action was in 10-0 rout of Rensselaer (12/2) at Cheel Arena, combining for the shutout with five saves through the final 15:54 of play ... Also played in Northeastern game (1/5), turning aside five of six shots through 25:22 of action on the road.

First Career Start: vs Vermont in 5-1 W(H), 10/13/12 - 17 saves First Career Win: vs Vermont in 5-1 W(H), 10/13/12 - 17 saves Clarkson Fast Fact: Will red-shirt this season.

BEFORE CLARKSON—Played for the Brampton Junior Thunder in 2010-11 ... Named Girls Varsity Hockey MVP in 2010 ... Received Athlete of the Year honors in 2007. PERSONAL—Daughter of Carrie and Steve Horn ... Born on February 8, 1993 ... Catches Left ... Psychology/Pre-Physical Therapy major ... Strong student at St. Jean de Brebeuf earning academic honors in Grades 11 and 12 ... Has an older brother, Brad ... Likes snowboarding .... Lists Shannon Szabados as her favorite athlete ... Has volunteered at the Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club ... Also recruited by Princeton and Niagara. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson for many reasons. It is located in a small town that is all about hockey. The school itself is phenomenal; size, atmosphere in and out of the rink, hockey program, academics, and reputation, along with a great team made my decision to become a Golden Knight that much easier. The coaches are dedicated and I know they will push me to be the best that I can be. There was no doubt in my mind that I wanted to spend the next four years wearing the Green and Gold."

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GP 2 1 3

MINS 41:16 60:00 101:16

SAVES 10 17 27

GOALS 1 1 2

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SV% .909 .944 .931

GAA 1.45 1.00 1.18

RECORD 0-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0

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Sophomore • Forward • 5-8 • 1/18/94 Exeter, Ontario

Freshman • Defense • 5-6 • 5/28/95 Warren, Ontario

FRESHMAN YEAR (2012-13)—Sat out season recovering from an injury. BEFORE CLARKSON—Served as team captain for the Bluewater Junior Hawks ...A Canadian Women’s U18 Team Member: 2010 & 2011 Summer Series vs. Team USA ... Canadian Women’s U18 Team Member:2011 U18 World Championships (Silver Medalist), and the 2012 U18 World Championships (Gold Medalist) ... Invited to the 2010 & 2011 Canadian Women’s U18 Selection Camp ...Voted on by the coaching body as one of the top three players on her team throughout the 2012 U18 World Championships ... Won Gold at the 2011 Canadian U18 Nationals as a member of Team Ontario ... Received the Most Sportsmanship award at the 2011 Canadian U18 National Tournament. PERSONAL—Daughter of Becky and Brian Mercer ... Born on January 18, 1994 ... Shoots left ... Business major ... Honor roll student in all four years of H.S. ... Older sister, Carly, is a senior forward for the Knights ... Also has a younger brother, Cullen. WHY CLARKSON—"The reason I chose Clarkson University is because I was drawn in by the amazing atmosphere the campus has to offer. I feel like it resembles my small hometown, and is somewhere I know that I will be comfortable. Also, with the renowned academics and wide variety of course options, I know I will come out with a degree that I am happy with. Clarkson University will challenge me every day to achieve a level of excellence on and off the ice. Finally, I chose Clarkson because one of their students happens to be my sister, and getting the chance to attend University with her couldn’t make me happier."

BEFORE CLARKSON—Played last season for the Northbay Ice Boltz where she was the assistant captain ... Helped Canada's Women's U18 Team win the Gold Medal at the 2013 U18 World Championships ... Attended the 2012 Canadian Women’s U18 National Team Selection, and National Team Strength and Conditioning Camps ...Won Gold at the 2012 Canadian U18 Nationals as a member of Team Ontario ... Also served as an assistant captain for Team Ontario ... Member of 2013 Provincial Championship Team which placed 2nd at the Esso Cup in Burnaby, BC ... Honored with the Best Defenseman Award at the 2013 Esso Cup. PERSONAL—Daughter of Pam and Terry Jacobson ... Born on May 28, 1995 ... Shoots left ... Humanities major ... Academic Honor Roll all four years at L'Cole Secondary School ... Has two older brothers, Ian and Erik ...Also likes baseball, dirtbiking and snowmobiling ... Lists Tessa Bonhomme as her favorite athlete. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson University because it gives me an opportunity to better myself as a hockey player by playing for a fantastic program which has had great success. It also has a great academic reputation and the surrounding area and environment felt a lot like home."

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Freshman • Forward • 5-7 • 3/15/95 Uxbridge, Ontario

Freshman • Forward • 5-8 • 2/3/95 Candiac, Quebec

BEFORE CLARKSON—Played this past season for the Aurora Panthers (PWHL) ...Attended the 2012 Canadian Women’s U18 National Team Selection Camp, and Team Strength and Conditioning Camp ...Won Gold at the 2012 Canadian U18 Nationals as a member of Team Ontario..

BEFORE CLARKSON—Seved as team captain last season at the Ontario Hockey Academy ... Helped Canada's Women’s U18 National Team win Gold at the 2013 U18 World Championships ... Attended the 2012 Canadian Women’s U18 National Team Selection Camp, and Team Strength and Conditioning Camp ... Played in 2012 Summer Series vs Team USA as a member of Canada's Women’s U18 National Team ... Played three years for Team Quebec at the Canadian U18 Nationals where she won Bronze and Silver Medals ... Was an assistant captain for Team Quebec in 2012.

PERSONAL—Daughter of Kathy and Kevin Gillham ... Born on March 15, 1995 ... Shoots left ... Business major ... Graduated with honors from Uxbridge Secondary School ... Has an older brother, Lukas ... Strong allaround athlete, also excelling in track and field and basketball ... H.S. MVP in Hockey and Basketball ... Won Gold, Silver and Bronze medals in track PERSONAL—Daughter of Nathalie Arel and Michel Bannon ... Shoots and field ... Lists Cassie Camble as her favorite athlete. right ... Science major ... Has two older brothers, Francis and Dominic WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because of its amazing enthusi- ... Likes camping and swimming ... Lists Maurice Richard as her favorite asm for academics and hockey.The hockey program is led by an awesome athlete. coaching staff that is creating an exciting program that I am really looking forward to being a part of. With its beautiful natural setting in the Adiron- WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson University because it feels dacks along with great credentials for academics and athletics, I am very like home and is close to my family. I knew right away when visiting that I wanted to go there without a doubt. It’s hard to choose the right excited about my decision to attend Clarkson University." University but I’m positive I did with Clarkson University."

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Freshman • Forward • 5-7 • 6/1/95 Eden Prairie, Minnesota

BEFORE CLARKSON—Team captain at Eden Prairie H.S. ...Team MVP in her junior and senior years ... Selected to All-Conference Team each year from 2009-2013 ... Senior Goalie of the Year Runner-Up in 2013 ... Rookie of the year in 2009 ...Attended the 2011 Select 16 USA Player Development Camp and the 2012 Select 17 USA Player Development Camp ... 2012-13 Herb Brooks Award recipient and Hobey Baker Award winner. PERSONAL—Daughter of Sandra and Todd Johnson (H.S. Hockey Coach at Prior Lake, MN) ... Born on June 1, 1995 ... Catches left ... Engineering and Management major ... Academic All-American at Eden Prairie H.S ... Has an older brother, Bennett ... All-around athlete also starring in lacrosse in high school ... Also likes baseball ... Participated in many community service efforts ... Also recruited by Minnesota-Duluth, Dartmouth,Yale and Brown ... Lists Tim Thomas as her favorite athlete. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because of the competitive athletics as well as academics and reputable engineering and business programs.The campus is stunning and there is great support for studentathletes. Clarkson has been at the top of my list for a long time, and when it became an option, I knew it’s where I needed to be."

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Danielle Skirrow '13 and Hailey Wood '13.

2012-13 ECAC STANDINGS 1. Cornell 2. CLARKSON Harvard 4. Quinnipiac 5. St. Lawrence 6. Dartmouth 7. Rensselaer 8. Colgate 9. Princeton 10. Yale 11. Brown 12. Union

GP 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22

ECAC Record 18-3-1 18-4-0 17-3-2 13-6-3 12-6-4 11-7-4 8-12-2 6-13-3 6-14-2 4-15-3 5-17-0 0-18-4

Pts 37 36 36 29 28 26 18 15 14 11 10 4

GF-GA 84-27 61-28 77-25 66-41 65-54 58-49 48-59 40-70 46-75 35-64 31-61 15-73

GP 34 38 34 36 38 31 36 35 29 29 27 34

Overall Record 27-6-1 28-10-0 24-7-3 20-12-4 19-14-5 16-10-5 10-22-4 11-21-3 11-16-2 5-21-3 6-20-1 7-23-4

GF-GA 131-55 110-68 113-41 103-75 98-92 84-71 76-99 66-122 66-90 41-88 42-76 41-105

ECAC HOCKEY DIRECTORY

Steve Hagwell Commissioner: ECAC Hockey 51 South Pearl Street Albany, NY 12207 phone: 518-487-2289 fax: 518-487-2290 email: shagwell@ecachockey.com

Ed Krajewski Assistant Commissioner phone: 518-487-2288 fax: 518-487-2290 e-mail: ekrajewski@ecachockey.com

ECAC Playoffs Quarterfinal Round—March 1-3 at Campus Sites #2 CLARKSON defeated #7 Rensselaer 2-0 (3-2ot, 5-2) at Cheel Arena, Potsdam, NY

Paul Stewart Director of Officiating

#1 Cornell defeated #8 Colgate, 2-0 (5-4ot, 3-2) at Lynah Rink, Ithaca, NY #3 Harvard defeated #6 Dartmouth, 2-0 (3-0, 4-0) at at Bright Hockey Center, Cambridge, MA #5 St. Lawrence defeated #4 Quinnipiac 2-1 (1-0ot, 2-3 3ot, 2-0) at High Point Solutions Arena, Hamden, CT

phone: 617-429-4842 fax: 508-660-2387 e-mail: pstewcat22@aol.com

Semifinal Round—March 9 at Lynah Rink, Ithaca, NY Website: www.ecachockey.com

Cornell 4 - St. Lawrence 2 Harvard 4 - CLARKSON 2 Championship Game—March 10 at Lynah Rink, Ithaca, NY Cornell 2 - Harvard 1

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2013-14 OPPONENTS ROCHESTER INST of TECH. — Sept. 28 (H), Dec. 14 (N) Nickname ......................................................................................................Tigers ................................................ Location/Conference NY/CHA r ce.........................................................Rochester, renc ............... ............................. .................... ......... .................................................... ................... Enrollment ...................................................................................................17,206 ............. ....................................................................... Head Coach............................................................................... Scott McDonald )......................................... ........................ .......... Fr F ann Ritter Memorial Arena (2,100) Arena (capacity)...................................Frank so on....................................................... Series vs Clarkson.........................................................................................0-0-0

COLGATE UNIVERSITY VERSITY — Oct. 26 ((A), ), Jan. 24 (H) Nickname .................................................................................................Raiders ...................................................... Location/Conferencee............. .................................................... Hamilton, NY/ECAC .......................................... .. .................. ..... Enrollment .................................................................................................. 2,800 ........................... .. .................... ........................... .......................... ..................... .......... .............. Head Coach..................................................................................... Greg Fargo ........................................................... Starr Rink (2,246) Arena (capacity).................................................................. ..................................................... .............................. Series vs Clarkson......................................................................................7-9-4

ST. LAWRENCE— Oct. 4 (H), Oct. 5 (A), Jan. 10 (A), Jan. 11 (H) Nickname .......................................................................................................Saints . .......................... ....... Location/Conference.......................................................... Canton, NY/ECAC . ............................... ...... Enrollment ..................................................................................................... 2,000 . ......................... ........ Head Coach........................................................................................ Chris Wells . ................................... ... Arena (capacity)..........................................................Appleton Arena (3,000) . .............................. .... Series vs Clarkson....................................................................................16-10-4 SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY — Oct. 11 (A), Oct. 12 (H)) Nickname ................................................................................................. Orange .................................. ..... ......... Location/Conference........................................................ Syracuse, NY/CHA ............................................. Enrollment .................................................................................................19,084 ................................... .............. Head Coach...................................................................................Paul Flanagan .................. ...................................... Arena (capacity)......................................... ....................................... Tennity Teenn Ice Skating Pavilion (n/a) Series vs Clarkson.......................................................................................1-5-0 .............................

BROWN UNIVERSITY ERSITY — Nov. 1 ((H), ), JJan. 18 (A) Nickname ................................................................................................... Bears .................... ........................... ... ....... .................. ................... Location/Conferencee......... .................................................. RI/ECAC ......... .. ................................................. ..... Providence, Pr Enrollment ................................................................................................. 5,722 ..................... ................. ............... .... ......... .................. ... Head Coach..............................................................................Amy Bourbeau ................. ....................... ............ .. ............................ ............ Arena (capacity)............................................... ........................................... Meehan Meehhan Auditorium (2,495) Series vs Clarkson.................................................................................. 4-13-1 .......................................................

MERCYHURST COLLEGE — Oct. 18 &19 (A) Nickname ..................................................................................................... Lakers ....................................................... Location/Conference.................................................................... Erie, PA/CHA ....................................................... ................................................................. Enrollment ..................................................................................................... 3,400 ....................................................... .............................................................................................. Head Coach.......................................................................................Michael Sisti ....................................................... ....................... ......................... ....................... ....................... Arena (capacity)............................................... .......................................... Mercyhurst Mercyhuurs Ice Center (1,300) Series vs Clarkson.........................................................................................7-4-3 ....................................................... .......................... .... ...............................

YALE UNIVERSITY — Nov. 2 (H), Jan. 17 (A) Nickname .............................................................................................. Bulldogs ...................................... ................................................ ..... Location/Conference............................................... ...................................... ................................................. ............... New Haven, CT/ECAC Enrollment ............................................................................................... 10,000 ...................................... ...................................... Head Coach...................................................................................Joakim Flygh ...................................... ................................................ Arena (capacity)................................................................Ingalls Rink (3,486) ...................................... .................................. ..... ............. Series vs Clarkson...................................................................................5-13-0 ......................................

CORNELL UNIVERSITY ERSITY — Oct. 25 ((A), ), JJan. 25 (H) Nickname .................................................................................................Big Red ................ .................................................................. .......... Location/Conference........................................................Cornell, NY/ECAC ............ ............. ..................................................... ...... Enrollment ................................................................................................ 13,500 ............................ ....................................... Head Coach..............................................................................Doug Derraugh ......... ....................................... ............. ........ ............ Arena (capacity)................................................................. ................................................................ Lynah Rink (4,267) Series vs Clarkson....................................................................................8-11-2 .................................................. ....................................

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE — Nov. 8 (H), Feb. 15 (A) Nickname ........................................................................................... Big Green . ........................ ...................... ... ........... Location/Conference..................................................... Hanover, NY/ECAC . .......................................... ... Enrollment ..................................................................................................4,200 . .................................... .... Head Coach...................................................................................Mark Hudak . .......................... ... ................... Arena (capacity)................................................... . .............................................................. ... . .. Thompson Arena (4,500) Series vs Clarkson...................................................................................10-7-4 ...............................

HARVARD UNIVERSITY — Nov. 9 (H), Feb. 14 (A) Nickname ..............................................................................................Crimson ................................. Location/Conference................................................ Cambridge, MA/ECAC ................................. ..... ............................................ Enrollment ..................................................................................................6,671 ................................. ......................................... Head Coach.............................................................................. Maura Crowell ................................. ............................................ Arena (capacity)............................................Bright Hockey Center (2,776) ................................. ............................................... Series vs Clarkson...................................................................................17-7-2 .................................

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2013-14 OPPONENTS PROVIDENCE COLLEGE — Nov. 15 & 16 (H) Nickname .................................................................................................... Friars ................................................. Location/Conferencee......................................... RI/Hockey East ................................................................... Providence, Po Pr ov Enrollment ...................................................................................................3,700 ...................................... ................................. ............................................................................. ................ Head Coach.................................................................................. Bob Deraney ................................. ................................ Schneider S Arena (capacity)....................................................... Arena (3,030) ............................................... Series vs Clarkson...................................................................................... 1-3-1

UNIVERSITY of NORTH DAKOTA — Dec. 6 & 7 (H) U Nickname ....................................................................................................UND N ............................................................ Location/Conference .......................................... L ......... ...... ...... ................... ............................. Grand Forks, ND/WCHA Enrollment ............................................................................................... 13,000 E ....................................... .......................................... H ....................................... ............................................... ............... Head Coach....................................................................................Brian Idalski A ............... ........ ......... ........... .................... Ra Engelstad Arena (11,634) Arena (capacity).............................................Ralph S Series vs Clarkson.....................................................................................3-1-0

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY — Nov. 22 (A), Feb. 8 (H)

UNION COLLEGE — Jan. 31 (A), Feb. 22 (H) U

Nickname ..................................................................................................Tigers .................................. Location/Conference.................................................. Princeton, NY/ECAC ......................................................... Enrollment ................................................................................................. 4,600 .................................................. Head Coach............................................................................... Jeff Kampersal ........................................... Arena (capacity).................................................. ............................ ...................... Hobey Baker Rink (2,100) Series vs Clarkson.................................................................................. 12-8-1 .................................

Nickname ....................................................................................... Dutchwomen N ........................ ....... ........ ... ............. ........ ........... ......... NY/ECAC LLocation/Conference.................................................Schenectady, ....................................... .... .. 2,000 EEnrollment .................................................................................................... ........................................ . .. Head Coach................................................................ Claudia Asano Barcomb H . ............ ..... ............................... Arena (capacity)...................................................Frank L. Messa Rink (2,225) A . ................................. ........ 1-19-0 SSeries vs Clarkson..................................................................................... .................................

QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY — Nov. 23 (A), Feb. 7 (H)

RENSSELAER — Feb. 1 (A), Feb. 21 (H) R Nickname ............................................................................................... Engineers N ..................................... Location/Conference ................................................................Troy, NY/ECAC L ..................................... Enrollment .....................................................................................................4,500 E ..................................... Head Coach.........................................................................................John Burke H ..................................... Arena (capacity)................................................. Field House (5,217) A .................................. Houston H Series vs Clarkson......................................................................................4-12-2 S .....................................

Nickname ...............................................................................................Bobcats ...................................... ..................... ............................ Location/Conference CT/ECAC nce......................................................Hamden, nc ........................................................ Enrollment ................................................................................................. 7,000 ...................................... ................................................... Head Coach.....................................................................................Rick Seeley ...................................... ................................. ........................... Arena (capacity).................................. .......................... ...................... High Hig Point Solutions Arena (3,084) H Series vs Clarkson.................................................................................. 5-16-2 n....................................

2013-14 Coaches' Preseason Poll: 1.

CLARKSON (7) .......... 117

2.

Cornell (5) ..................... 111

3.

Harvard ...........................99

4.

Quinnipiac.......................94

5.

St. Lawrence ...................78

6.

Dartmouth .......................75

7.

Princeton .........................56

8.

Rensselaer .......................46

9.

Colgate ............................43

10. Yale .................................37 11. Brown .............................26 12. Union .............................. 11

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Clarkson gained its first ever wins against Princeton when the Knights knocked off the Tigers in the 2008 ECAC Quarterfinals, winning the three-game series, 2-1.

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CLARKSON vs. the OPPOSITION (2013-14 OPPONENTS IN CAPS) First

Last

Shutouts

Team

Played

Played

GP

W

L

T

GF

GA

F

Boston College

2004-05

2012-13

11

3

5

3

17

24

1

3

Boston University

2008-09

2012-13

5

1

3

1

15

14

0

0

A

Bowdoin

2003-04

2003-04

1

1

0

0

2

1

0

0

BROWN

2004-05

2012-13

18

13

4

1

48

23

4

2

Colby

2003-04

2003-04

1

1

0

0

11

1

0

0

COLGATE

2003-04

2012-13

20

9

7

4

38

33

3

1

Connecticut

2009-10

2011-12

3

1

1

1

8

6

1

0

CORNELL

2003-04

2012-13

21

11

8

2

50

43

2

2

DARTMOUTH

2004-05

2012-13

21

7

10

4

46

55

3

1

Elmira

2003-04

2004-05

3

3

0

0

11

3

1

0

Findlay

2003-04

2003-04

2

0

1

1

3

6

0

0

HARVARD

2004-05

2012-13

26

7

17

2

40

72

1

7

Maine

2007-08

2008-09

4

4

0

0

10

3

2

0

MERCYHURST

2004-05

2012-13

14

4

7

3

36

45

1

1

Middlebury

2003-04

2003-04

1

1

0

0

6

2

0

0

Minnesota

2009-10

2010-11

5

0

5

0

2

17

0

4

Univ. of New Hampshire

2008-09

2011-12

4

2

2

0

10

7

0

0

Niagara

2003-04

2011-12

14

8

4

2

27

21

4

2

NORTH DAKOTA

2003-04

2012-13

4

1

3

0

7

13

0

1

Northeastern

2003-04

2012-13

6

3

3

0

17

13

1

1

Plattsburgh

2003-04

2004-05

3

3

0

0

9

3

0

0

PRINCETON

2004-05

2012-13

21

8

12

1

27

35

2

6

PROVIDENCE

2004-05

2011-12

5

3

1

1

13

12

1

1

RENSSELAER

2003-04

2012-13

18

12

4

2

57

28

2

0

ROCHESTER INST. of TECH.

First Game

QUINNIPIAC

2003-04

2012-13

23

16

5

2

65

34

6

1

Robert Morris

2005-06

2007-08

5

4

1

0

12

4

3

0

Sacred Heart

2003-04

2003-04

2

2

0

0

14

0

2

0

ST. LAWRENCE

2004-05

2012-13

30

10

16

4

60

65

3

1

SYRACUSE

2010-11

2012-13

6

5

1

0

19

15

0

0

UNION

2003-04

2012-13

20

19

1

0

90

10

13

0

Utica

2003-04

2003-04

1

1

0

0

6

2

0

0

Vermont

2003-04

2012-13

19

15

1

3

70

18

7

0

Wayne State

2003-04

2007-08

11

5

3

3

36

18

3

0

YALE

2004-05

2012-13

18

13

5

0

52

25

6

1

HIGHS AND LOWS VS. THE OPPOSITION Most Game Played ............... 30 vs St. Lawrence

Most Goals Allowed .................... 72 vs Harvard

Most Wins .......................................... 19 vs Union

Most Shutouts ................................... 13 vs Union

Most Losses ................................... 17 vs Harvard

Most Times Shutout....................... 7 vs Harvard

Most Ties ....4 vs Colgate, Dartmouth, St. Lawrence Most Goals Scored .......................... 90 vs Union

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Clarkson advanced to its first ECAC Hockey Tr. Championship game after knocking off Harvard 3-2 in the 2010 semifinal contest at Cheel Arena (3/5).

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CLARKSON WOMEN'S HOCKEY HISTORY

B

eginning its 11th year as a Division I program, Clarkson University Women’s Hockey has enjoyed tremendous growth from its first season and is now regarded as one of the top teams in the NCAA. After a 20-year absence, the University made a full commitment to women’s hockey as the sport was reestablished on campus with the announcement that Clarkson would compete at the Division I level starting with the 2003-04 campaign. Clarkson’s original women’s hockey team, formed by Ron Frazer '45, played from 1974-1984 compiling a 77-72-3 record through 10 seasons. "Frazer’s Blazers" featured numerous talented players, including Pam Morin ‘76, a leading force for women’s hockey at Clarkson, Kelly Priestley ‘81, an inaugural Clarkson Athletic Hall of Fame inductee, and Cathy Champion-Demers ‘84, a top scorer for the Knights. Frazer was chosen for induction into Clarkson’s 2004 HOF while Champion-Demers was a part of the 2007 HOF class. As a Division I program, the Green and Gold have amassed a 196-130-40 overall record for a winning percentage of .590 through the first 10 seasons. Clarkson has skated to eight winning campaigns and has qualified for the ECAC Hockey playoffs in each of its first nine seasons in the competitive conference. The Knights, under head coach Rick Seeley, who would

Clarkson's First leaders: 2003-04 Team Captains (l-r): Lindsay Williams, Kate Allgood, Kristi Shaw

guide the program in its first five years, held their own in that initial season and posted a 16-12-3 overall record against a mixed schedule of Division I foes and elite squads from Division III. Laying the foundation for a promising future, Clarkson skated a very young lineup featuring 220 freshmen. Clarkson’s initial NCAA victory was a 2-1 triumph at Niagara o on October 18, 2003. The Knights’ first official win at Cheel A Arena was a 1-0 shutout of Vermont on October 26 of that o opening campaign. Clarkson has enjoyed great success at its 33,000-seat home, posting a 118-46-22 record (.694) in Potsdam tthrough its first 10 seasons. By qualifying for the 2004-05 ECACHL playoffs in its first year aas a member of the 11-team league, Clarkson proved to be a pprogram on the rise in the NCAA Division I ranks. The Golden K Knights, who swept Union College 2-1 and 4-0 on October 1617 at Cheel in its inaugural league games, posted a respectable 13 w wins in its second year as a varsity program. The Green and Gold, who lost seven one-goal games during tthe year, earned the final league postseason berth with a solid rrun down the stretch where they won four of their last seven lleague games. Clarkson clinched its first ever postseason appearaance when it knocked off Brown University 3-2 in Potsdam on FFebruary 19, 2005. The Knights ended the year with a loss at pperennial NCAA powerhouse Harvard in the playoffs. The lone senior on the Clarkson roster, Kristi Shaw '05, a transfer from UNH, completed her two-year career for the G Green and Gold and became the Knights' first alumna. With two years of experience under its belt Clarkson came iinto its own during the 2005-06 campaign and was ranked among tthe Top 10 teams in the country throughout the majority of tthe season. The Knights skated to 22 wins and tied for third in tthe conference. Highlighting the regular season was a weekend ssweep at league powers Harvard (4-3) and Dartmouth (1-0), and a 2-0 shutout over its archrival, number-one ranked St. Lawrence bbefore a record crowd of 1,946 at Cheel Arena on December 2. The Knights had to travel to Cambridge, MA once again for

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Golden Knights the ECAC playoffs, and although the Green and Gold eventually lost to Harvard in the first round they were able to force the series to three games by earning their first ever playoff win with a 2-1 overtime triumph over the Crimson on March 4, 2006. Harvard was able to advance to the championship tournament after edging Clarkson 2-1 in double overtime the next night. Junior captain Lindsay Williams ‘07 and assistant captains Christine Bailkowski ‘07, Emma Madigan ’07 and Ashley Shaidle ’07 led a young Clarkson squad, without any seniors

Clarkson's Class of 2007

on the roster. The Knights gained the respect from every team they faced for their disciplined, hard-working style of play. The first ever all-star for Clarkson, Kira Hurley ’07 backboned the Knights in goal during their breakout season and earned numerous accolades in the process, including second-team All-America and the ECACHL Goaltender of the Year. Williams was honored for her contributions to the community and was named a finalist for the prestigious Hockey Humanitarian Award. Hurley anchored one of the stingiest defenses in the country and posted an NCAA-high 10 shutouts. She boasted a .937 save percentage and a 1.29 goals against average. Twelve seniors who formed the cornerstone of the program since its inception closed out their collegiate careers in 2006-07 with an impressive resume and the knowledge in knowing that they established a solid foundation for an emerging program in the NCAA. The Golden Knights’ Class of 2007 skated to three winning campaigns in four seasons and helped the Green and Gold compile 69 total victories, a notable achievement for a neophyte program just getting off the ground. With the seniors providing the leadership, a talented trio of

ffreshmen sparking the offense, and d a veteran t ttandem d bbackstopkt pping the Knights’ stingy defensive effort, Clarkson proved once aagain that it was one of the most competitive teams in Division I in 2006-07. Led by Williams, a three-year captain, and assistant ccaptains Shaidle and Lauren Lubrano ‘07, Clarkson was ranked a among the top teams in the nation during a school-record eightg game winning streak in the middle of the season and finished w an 18-15-3 overall record, including 11 wins at Cheel Arena. with W Williams went on to be named a finalist once again for Hockey H Humanitarian Award and was the recipient of the coveted Sara D Devins Award. The Knights tied for sixth in the ECACHL, regarded as the t toughest league in women’s hockey with a 10-10-2 conference m mark. Clarkson’s season came to a close in late February when t Knights pushed fifth-ranked St. Lawrence to the limit in the the q quarterfi nal round of the league’s playoffs in Canton, NY before f falling 3-2 and 3-1 in the series. Rookies Genevieve Lavoie ‘10, Britney Selina ‘10 and C Carlee Eusepi ‘10 led the Knights’ offense. Lavoie, who scored a team-high 23 goals and 36 points, and Eusepi, who tallied 21 p points from the blueline, were both named to the ECACHL A All-Rookie team. Hurley and Stephanie Hansen ‘07 shared t duties in goals, with both posting three shutouts apiece, and the h helped the Knights rank among the top defensive squads in the c country, allowing only 2.06 goals per game. Along with Williams, Bailkowski, Hansen, Hurley, Lubrano, Mad digan, Shaidle, Jessica Finley, Andrea Maluta, Melissa Marshall, C Christina Valesente and Carolyn Zidek all closed out their c collegiate careers as part of Clarkson’s first senior class. With a school-record for wins, a Top-10 ranking in the nat tional polls, it’s first ever playoff series victory and its inaugural t to the ECAC Hockey Championship Tournament, Clarkson trip e enjoyed great success in the 2007-08 campaign. Seeley and ass sistant coaches Shannon and Matt Desrosiers established the five-year-old Golden Knight program as one of the best in the ccountry with a young team that relied upon hard work, discipplined play, a stingy defensive effort, and opportunistic scoring. Led by their four seniors, captain Katie Morrison ‘08 and asssistants Brooke Beazer ‘08, Jessica Cloutier ‘08 and Amand da Dittmer ‘08, the Knights skated to a 24-9-5 overall record, aand finished fourth in ECAC Hockey with a 13-6-3 league mark. T The Green and Gold rallied to defeat Princeton in the league’s ppostseason quarterfinal round, earning their first victories ever o over the Tigers, by winning the best-of-three series 2-1 at Cheel A Arena. The finest season in Clarkson’s brief history came to a cclose in the conference semifinal round as the Knights fell to the ttop team in the country, Harvard, as the Crimson pulled away for

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a hard fought win on their home ice at the Bright Hockey Center. Featuring one of the stingiest defenses in the country, Clarkson was ranked fourth in the nation allowing only 1.42 goals per games. The Knights finished second in ECAC Hockey action in scoring defense (1.59). Backboning Clarkson’s strong defensive play was a pair of talented freshman goaltenders, including Lauren Dahm ‘11, who boasted some of the best numbers in the country. Offensively, Clarkson displayed a balanced attack and averaged close to three goals per game. Eleven players scored in double figures, including four with over 30 points, and several forwards established new school records. As a sophomore, Selina set a new standard for points in a season with 44, including a record 26 assists. Clarkson was the least penalized team in college hockey, averaging just 7.2 minutes per game. Although Clarkson came up just short in its bid for a second consecutive appearance in the ECAC Hockey Championship Tournament, the Golden Knights still enjoyed a successful season, recording numerous team and individual highlights. Guided by first-year co-head coaches Shannon, who was with the program at its inception, and Matt Desrosiers, a young Clarkson squad with just three seniors on the roster – captain Kimberly McKenney ‘09, Marie-Jo Gaudet ‘09 and Courtney O’Connor ‘09 - posted a 16-14-6 overall record and placed seventh in ECAC Hockey with a 10-8-4 conference mark. The Green and Gold were edged out by St. Lawrence in the league’s quarterfinal series in Canton NY, closing out the most challenging schedule in the program’s six-year history with two close losses to the nationally-ranked Saints, falling 4-3 in overtime and 2-1. Highlighting the 2008-09 campaign for the Golden Knights was a two-game sweep at Cheel Arena over Mercyhurst (5-2, 4-2), eventual runners-up for the 2009 NCAA title, a three-point weekend in Potsdam against perennial national powers Harvard (2-0) and Dartmouth (2-2), and a 2-1 regular season triumph at

hhome over St. Lawrence. Gaudet headlined a respectable showing by Clarkson on the 22008-09 ECAC Hockey All-Star Team by earning first-team acccolades. Selina and Eusepi were named third-team all-stars, while ffreshman standout Juana Baribeau ‘12 was selected to ECAC H Hockey’s All-Rookie team. Gaudet and Selina became the charter m members of Clarkson Century Club by surpassing the 100-point ccareer mark during the season. After growing into a solid Division I program through its first ssix years in the NCAA, Clarkson joined the nation’s elite in 2009110 with its best season ever. Guided by the Desrosiers, Clarkson sskated to a 23-12-5 overall record and just missed out on claimiing the ECAC Hockey regular season title with a 14-5-3 league m mark. The Golden Knights, paced by Selina and Eusepi, were regardeed among the top teams in the country throughout the season, rranking as high as number two in the national polls, and made the pprogram’s first ever NCAA Tournament appearance, qualifyiing as an at-large selection in the prestigious eight-team tourney. The Green and Gold enjoyed a memorable postseason run, sstarting with its first ever playoff victories over archrival St. Lawrrence in the ECAC quarterfinal round. After dispatching the SSaints 2-1 (5-0, 1-2, 4-1) in the opening series at Cheel Arena, the K Knights took down perennial powerhouse Harvard with a 3-2 w win in the conference semifinals held in Potsdam. Clarkson came uup just short in its bid for the ECAC Tournament Championship, ffalling to Cornell 4-3 in overtime in Ithaca. The Knights made an impressive showing in their first NCAA T Tournament game, rallying from a 2-0 deficit to force overtime aagainst Minnesota as Baribeau scored the tying goal on a shot ffrom center ice with just 1:44 remaining in regulation. Although

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Golden Knights Clarkson fell in the extra session 3-2 on the Gophers’ home ice, the Knights left with their heads held high. Selina was named ECAC Hockey’s Best DefensiveForward, while Eusepi was honored at the conference’s Best Defensive-Defenseman. Dahm joined Selina and Eusepi as a second-team ECAC Hockey All-Star. The Knights’ leading scorer, Dominique Thibault ‘10 was named a third-team league allstar. Seniors Ashleigh Moorehead and Tegan Schroeder also played key roles in Clarkson’s most successful season. A young Clarkson squad overcame a slow start to the 2010-11 campaign, matured as the season progressed, and gained experience and confidence to emerge as a solid team in ECAC Hockey. The Golden Knights came within one goal of advancing to the their second consecutive appearance in the semifinal round of the conference’s postseason tournament. The Knights’ season came to an end with a 4-3 overtime loss at 9th-ranked Dartmouth in Game 3 of the league’s quarterfinal series. Clarkson, which went 8-5-3 in its final 16 games, posted a 1417-6 overall record and claimed sixth place in the ECAC Hockey standings with a 10-8-4 league mark. Dahm and forward Melissa Waldie ‘11 established themselves as two of the best to ever play for the Knights, setting new Clarkson records. Dahm posted a career mark for wins in goal with 49, while Waldie became the Knights’ all-time leading goal scorer with 67. Classmate Daris Tendler set the program’s record for most career games played at 150. Along with Caitlin Oleksa and Courtney Olson, the Class of 2011 compiled 77 wins over four years at Clarkson. The Knights freshmen developed into a standout class and boasted two of the team’s leading scorers in Jamie Lee Rattray and Carly Mercer with 25 and 24 points, respectively. Erica Howe emerged as Clarkson’s number one goaltender down the stretch and finished her rookie campaign with 10 wins. With its most victories ever in ECAC Hockey play and a 20-win mark through mid-February, Clarkson enjoyed one of its best regular seasons ever in the nine-year history of the program. Unfortunately the Golden Knights could not continue their momentum in postseason action and came up just sort in the opening round

o f of the conference pplayoffs to end the 22011-12 campaign w with a a 22-10-5 o overall record. Clarksson placed third in tthe league standiings with a 15-5-2 EECAC Hockey mark. T The well respected C Class of 2012 – C Captain Katelyn P Ptolemy, assistant ccaptain Danielle B Boudreau, Baribbeau, Kali Gillanders and Gabrielle Kosziwka – provided tthe leadership for the Green and Gold while a talented group o of underclassmen emerged as standout Division I players, giving C Clarkson a promising future. Howe was among the best in the country between the pipes aand was selected the ECAC Hockey Goaltender of the Y Year to highlight the Knights’ individual honors. Rattray, who aaveraged 1.15 points per game, was a nominee for the Patssy Kazmier Award as the top player in Women’s Division I H Hockey. In her second collegiate season, Mercer led the Green aand Gold in scoring with 40 points, including 26 assists. Danie elle Skirrow, who was among the national leaders in powerpplay goals with 10, and Hailey Wood, Clarkson’s leading scorer ffrom the blueline with 24 points, enjoyed solid junior campaigns. B Baribeau closed out her career as the Knights’ third all-time lleading scorer with 118 (62-56) career points. Celebrating its 10th season of Division I play, Clarkson enjjoyed its best season ever in 2012-13. The Golden Knights, with tthe Desrosiers in their fifth year at the helm, posted a schoolrrecord 28-10 overall record. Led by captain Carly Mercer and aassistant captain Hailey Wood, Clarkson skated to a secondpplace 18-4 ECAC Hockey mark, finishing just one point out of first. Ranked in the national polls throughout the season, the G Green and Gold advanced to the league playoffs semifinal round aand were one of the eight teams selected to play in the 2013 N NCAA Tournament. Erica Howe highlighted the Knights indivvidual honores when she was selected ECAC Hockey Goaltend der of the Year for the second consecutive season. Erin Amb brose was named the conference’s Rookie of the Year, and was a second-team ECAC All-Star along with Rattray. Carly Mercer w was a third-team league All-Star. Skirrow closed out her colleggiate career by skating in a school-record 151 games.

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TRADITION YEAR-BY-YEAR NCAA DIVISION I RECORDS ECAC HOCKEY Year

GP

W

L

T

Win%

GF

GA

W

L

T

Place

Coach

Captain

2003-04

31

16

12

3

.565

86

55

R. Seeley

K. Allgood

2004-05

36

13

17

6

.444

71

77

7

12

1

8th

34

42

R. Seeley

L. Williams

2005-06

37

22

14

1

.608

87

52

12

8

0

T-3rd

49

27

R. Seeley

L. Williams

2006-07

36

18

15

3

.542

96

74

10

10

2

T-6th

52

47

R. Seeley

L. Williams

2007-08

38

24

9

5

.697

107

54

13

6

3

4th

66

35

R. Seeley

K. Morrison

2008-09

36

16

14

6

.528

94

70

10

8

4

7th

51

38

M.&S. Desrosiers

K. McKenney

2009-10

40

23

12

5

.638

104

69

14

5

3

2nd

47

28

M.&S. Desrosiers

B. Selina

2010-11

37

14

17

6

.459

76

85

10

8

4

6th

50

46

M.&S. Desrosiers

C. Olson

2011-12

37

22

10

5

.662

103

66

15

5

2

3rd

69

31

M.&S. Desrosiers

K. Ptolemy

2012-13

38

28

10

0

.737

110

68

18

4

0

T-2nd 61

28

M.&S. Desrosiers

Carly Mercer

Totals

366

196

130

40

.562

934

670

109 66

19

GF

379

GA

322

TEAM RECORDS Most Games Played 40 2009-10 (won 23, lost 12, tied 5) Most Games Won 28 2012-13 (won 28, lost 10, tied 0) Most Games Lost 17 2004-05 (won 13, lost 17, tied 6) 2010-11 (won 14, lost 17, tied 6) Most Games Tied 6 2004-05 (won 13, lost 17, tied 6) 2008-09 (won 16, lost 14, tied 6) 2010-11 (won 14, lost 17, tied 6) Most Goals Scored Single Game: 11—twice vs Colby, December 6, 2003 (11-1 at Cheel Arena) vs Sacred Heart, February 8, 2004 (11-0 at Cheel Arena) Season: 110—2012-13 (38 games, won 28, lost 10, tied 0) Average: 2.89—2012-13 (38 games, 110 goals)

Most Overtime Games Played 13 2010-11 (won 3, lost 4, tied 6) Most Overtime Games Won 3 2010-11 (won 3, lost 4, tied 6) Longest Winning Streak 8 (11/18/06 - 1/5/07) Longest Unbeaten Streak 8 (twice) 8-0-0 (11/18/06 - 1/5/07) 7-0-1 (10/21/05 - 11/13/05) Longest Losing Streak 4 (three times) (last time - 12/3/10 - 1/8/11) Longest Winless Streak 6 0-5-1 (11/9/03 - 11/29/03)

Best Record at Cheel Arena 2009-10 (won 17, lost 3, tied 2) Fastest Clarkson Goal 7 seconds in 1st by Lindsay Williams - in 9-0 win over Vermont at Cheel, 9/29/06 Most Attendance at Cheel Arnea 1,946—in 2-0 win over St. Lawrence, on December 2, 2005 Most Attendance on the Road 2,136—in 3-1 loss at St. Lawrence, on November 30, 2005

Long-time coach and Clarkson Athletic Hall of Fame inductee, Ron Frazer '45 dropped the ceremonial puck at the Knights' first home game as an NCAA program on October 25, 2003 vs Vermont.

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2010 NCAA Tournament Team Quarterfinals at University of Minnesota.

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4-2 0-2 4-4ot 1-2 1-2 5-2 4-2 1-3 3-3ot 6-0 2-3 3-0 2-2ot 2-0 3-2ot 4-2 9-1 2-3 2-2ot 3-2 4-1 4-1 2-1 1-2 1-2 3-0 1-1ot 1-4 2-1 6-0 1-2 1-2 2-0 4-4ot 1-6 3-4ot 1-2

OTTAWA PWHL (exh) BOSTON COLLEGE BOSTON COLLEGE PROVIDENCE CONNECTICUT Vermont Vermont NEW HAMPSHIRE BOSTON UNIV. * ST. LAWRENCE * BROWN * YALE * Harvard * Dartmouth * Cornell * Colgate Minnesota Minnesota * QUINNIPIAC * PRINCETON * Union * Rensselaer Mercyhurst Mercyhurst * Yale * Brown * COLGATE * CORNELL * St. Lawrence * RENSSELAER * UNION * Princeton * Quinnipiac * DARTMOUTH * HARVARD $ ST. LAWRENCE $ ST. LAWRENCE $ ST. LAWRENCE # HARVARD &Cornell ! Minnesota

W W T W W W L W W W W W W W L W L L W W W T L T W W W W L L W L T L T W L W W L L

7-3 5-1 1-1 ot 3-2 4-0 4-0 1-4 6-2 7-2 4-1 1-0 2-0 2-1 3-1 0-2 4-1 0-4 0-2 2-1 3-0 3-1 1-1 ot 3-6 5-5 ot 3-2 3-0 3-0 2-1 2-4 1-3 3-0 0-1 ot 1-1 ot 1-4 3-3 ot 5-0 1-2 4-1 3-2 3-4 ot 2-3 ot

2010-11 (14-17-6, 10-8-4 - 6th ECAC) Coaches: SHANNON & MATT DESROSIERS 9/24 10/1 10/2 10/9 10/10 10/15 10/16 10/22 10/23 10/29 10/30 11/5 11/12 11/16 11/19 11/20 11/27 11/28 12/3 12/4 1/7 1/8 1/14 1/15 1/21 1/22 1/28 1/29 2/4 2/5 2/11 2/12 2/15 2/18 2/19 2/25 2/26 2/27

BLUEWATER (exh) MINNESOTA MINNESOTA Connecticut Providence ST. LAWRENCE St. Lawrence New Hampshire Boston University * UNION * RENSSELAER Syracuse SYRACUSE * ST. LAWRENCE * Brown * Yale VERMONT VERMONT * Colgate * Cornell * PRINCETON * QUINNIPIAC * Dartmouth * Harvard * YALE * BROWN * Quinnipiac * Princeton * CORNELL * COLGATE * HARVARD * DARTMOUTH * St. Lawrence * Rensselaer * Union $ Dartmouth $ Dartmouth $ Dartmouth

W L L L L T W L L W W W L W T L T W L L L L W L W W W W T T T L L W W W L L

4-0 0-5 0-3 1-3 0-5 1-1ot 3-2 1-2 2-3 3-0 2-1 3-2 1-3 4-1 1-1ot 2-3ot 1-1ot 4-0 2-5 0-3 0-2 2-3ot 3-2ot 2-3 2-1 5-3 3-2ot 3-2 3-3ot 2-2ot 3-3ot 1-3 1-2ot 2-1 4-0 4-1 2-4 3-4ot

* ECAC $ ECAC Quarterfinals

* ECAC $ ECAC Quarterfinals # ECAC Semifinal & ECAC Championship ! NCAA Quarterfinal

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2013 NCAA Tournament Team Quarterfinals at Boston University.

Golden Knights 2011-12 (22-10-5, 15-5-2 - 3rd ECAC) Coaches: SHANNON & MATT DESROSIERS 9/24 9/30 10/1 10/8 10/9 10/14 10/15 10/21 10/22 10/28 10/29 11/4 11/5 11/11 11/12 11/18 11/19 12/2 12/3 12/10 12/11 1/5 1/6 1/13 1/14 1/20 1/21

WHITBY (exh) Vermont St. Lawrence PROVIDENCE CONNECTICUT Syracuse SYRACUSE BOSTON UNIV. NEW HAMPSHIRE * DARTMOUTH * HARVARD * Union * Rensselaer * QUINNIPIAC * PRINCETON * Harvard * Dartmouth * RENSSELAER * UNION Niagara Niagara Northeastern Boston College * Yale * Brown * St. Lawrence * ST. LAWRENCE

W T L W T W W T W T L L W W W L W W W W W L L W W L T

6-0 3-3ot 3-6 3-0 3-3ot 3-2 4-2 2-2ot 2-1 2-2ot 1-2ot 1-2 2-1 3-0 1-0 1-2 1-0 10-0 6-2 3-1 1-0 2-5 2-3 5-2 6-2 2-3 1-1ot

2012-13 (28-10, 18-4 - T-2nd ECAC) Coaches: SHANNON & MATT DESROSIERS 1/27 1/28 2/3 2/4 2/10 2/11 2/17 2/18 2/24 2/25 2/26

* COLGATE * CORNELL * BROWN * YALE * Princeton * Quinnipiac * Cornell * Colgate $ QUINNIPIAC $ QUINNIPIAC $ QUINNIPIAC * ECAC $ ECAC Quarterfinals

W W W W W W L W L W L

4-1 5-3 4-3ot 7-0 2-1 3-2 1-2ot 1-0 1-4 2-1 0-2

9/29 10/5 10/6 10/12 10/13 10/19 10/20 10/26 10/27 11/2 11/3 11/9 11/10 11/16 11/17 11/30 12/1 12/7 12/8 1/3 1/4 1/11 1/12 1/18 1/19 1/25 1/26

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OTTAWA (exh) St. Lawrence ST. LAWRENCE VERMONT VERMONT Mercyhurst Mercyhurst * UNION * RENSSELAER North Dakota North Dakota * YALE * BROWN * Quinnipiac * Princeton * CORNELL * COLGATE SYRACUSE Syracuse BOSTON COLLEGE NORTHEASTERN * Brown * Yale * Colgate * Cornell * HARVARD * DARTMOUTH

W W W W W W L W W W L W W W W W L W W L L W W W L W W

14-0 1-0 3-2 4-1 5-1 3-0 3-4 6-0 6-2 3-1 2-3 4-1 2-1 4-1 2-1 2-1 1-2 3-2 5-4 1-5 3-4 2-1 1-0 3-1 1-3 3-1 5-0

2/1 2/2 2/8 2/9 2/15 2/16 2/22 2/23 3/1 3/2 3/9 3/16

* ST. LAWRENCE * St. Lawrence * Rensselaer * Union * PRINCETON * QUINNIPIAC * Dartmouth * Harvard $ Rensselaer $ Rensselaer # Harvard ! Boston University * $ # !

W L W W L W W W W W L L

3-1 2-3 3-1 3-2 1-4 1-0 3-1 3-1 3-2ot 5-2 2-4 3-5

ECAC ECAC Quarterfinals ECAC Semifinal NCAA Quarterfinal

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Dominique Thibault '10

CLARKSON SCORING RECORDS YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORING LEADERS GOALS

ASSISTS

POINTS

2003-04

K. Allgood

18

A. Shaidle

16

K. Allgood

33

2004-05

J. Nolan

14

K. Morrison

13

J. Nolan

21

2005-06

A. Shaidle

17

B. Beazer

16

A. Shaidle

31

2006-07

G. Lavoie

23

B. Selina

19

G. Lavoie

36

2007-08

M. Gaudet

24

B. Selina

26

B. Selina

44

G. Lavoie

26

2008-09

M. Gaudet

21

B. Selina

27

M. Gaudet

40

2009-10

D. Thibault

21

B. Selina

26

D. Thibault

40

2010-11

M. Waldie

15

J. Rattray

18

J. Rattray

25

2011-12

J. Rattray

19

C. Mercer

26

C. Mercer

40

2012-13

J. Rattray

22

J. Rattray

30

J. Rattray

52

E. Ambrose

CLARKSON's 100-POINT CLUB

BRITNEY SELINA 2006-10 148 points

MELISSA WALDIE 2007-11 121 points

JUANA BARIBEAU 2008-12 118 points

JAMIE LEE RATTRAY 2010-13 115 points

GENEVIEVE LAVOIE 2006-10 110 points

MARIE-JO GAUDET 2005-09 109 points

CARLY MERCER 2010-13 105 points

50 goals - 98 assists in 144 games

667 goals - 54 assists in 149 games

662 goals - 56 assists in 150 games

448 goals - 67 assists in 106 games

445 goals - 65 assists in 149 games

662 goals - 47 assists in 144 games

339 goals - 66 assists in 112 games

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Ashley Shaidle '07 holds the Clarkson record for most goals in a game with five, and shares the team mark for most assists (4) and points (6) in a game.

Golden Knights ALL-TIME HAT TRICKS 2003-04 Dec. 6 - Ashley Shaidle (5) - Lindsay Williams (4) 11-1 W(H) vs Colby Jan. 9 - Kate Allgood 4-0 W(H) vs Union Feb. 8 - Kate Allgood (4) 11-0 W(H) vs Sacred Heart

Nov. 25 - Britney Selina 5-1 W(A) at Cornell Dec. 1 - Genevieve Lavoie 4-2 W(H) vs Yale Dec. 2 - Genevieve Lavoie 4-1 W(H) vs Brown Jan. 19 - Britney Selina 8-1 W(H) vs Union

2004-05 none 2005-06 Oct. 30 - Christine Bailkowski 8-0 W(A) at Union

2007-08 Jan.19 - Marie-Jo Gaudet 4-1 W(H) vs Cornell Nov. 30 - Melissa Waldie - Marie-Jo Gaudet 6-0 W(A) at Yale

2006-07 Oct. 27 - Christine Bailkowski 6-3 W(A) at Quinnipiac Nov. 18 - Genevieve Lavoie 6-3 W(A) at Wayne State

2008-09 Nov. 29 - Juana Baribeau (4) 4-2 W(H) vs Vermont Jan. 9 - Marie-Jo Gaudet 3-2 W(H) vs Maine

2009-10 none 2010-11 none 2011-12 Dec. 2 - Jamie Lee Rattray 10-0 W(H) vs Rensselaer Jan. 28 - Juana Baribeau 5-3 W(H) vs Cornell 2012-13 Nov. 16 - Jamie Lee Rattray 4-1 W(A) at Quinnipiac Jan. 25 - Carly Mercer 3-1 W(H) vs Harvard

INDIVIDUAL SCORING RECORDS Most Goals/Single Game 5 Ashley Shaidle—12/6/03 vs Colby in 11-1 win Most Goals/Season 24 Marie-Jo Gaudet—2007-08 (38 games) Most Goals/Career 67 Melissa Waldie—2007-11 (149 games) Most Assists/Single Game 4 Ashley Shaidle—2/8/04 vs Sacred Heart (2-4) in 11-0 win Genevieve Lavoie—11/30/08 vs Vermont (2-4) in 9-1 win Britney Selina—10/24/09 vs Boston University (0-4) in 7-2 win Brittany Styner—12/2/11 vs Rensselaer (1-4) in 10-0 win Most Assists/Season 30 Jamie Lee Rattray—2012-13 (36 games) Erin Ambrose—2012-13 (34 games) Most Assists/Career 98 Britney Selina—2006-10 (148 games) Most Points/Single Game 6 Ashley Shaidle—2/8/04 vs Sacred Heart (2-4) in 11-0 win Genevieve Lavoie—11/30/08 vs Vermont (2-4) in 9-1 win Most Points/Season 52 Jamie Lee Rattray—2012-13 (22 goals, 30 assists, 36 games)

Most Points/Career 148 Britney Selina—2006-10 (50 goals, 98 assists, 148 games) Most Points in a Season by a Defenseman 36 Erin Ambrose—2012-13 (6 goals, 30 assists, 34 games) Most Career Points by a Defenseman 73 Carlee Eusepi—2006-10 (18 goals, 55 assists, 147 games) Most Points by a Senior 40 Marie-Jo Gaudet—2005-09 (21 goals, 19 assists, 36 games) 40 Dominique Thibault—2009-10 (21 goals, 19 assists, 39 games) Most Points by a Junior 52 Jamie Lee Rattray—2012-13 (22 goals, 30 assists, 36 games) Most Points by a Sophomore 44 Britney Selina—2007-08 (18 goals, 26 assists, 37 games) Most Points by a Freshman 36 Genevieve Lavoie—2006-07 (23 goals, 13 assists, 36 games) Melissa Waldie—2007-08 (19 goals, 17 assists, 38 games) Erin Ambrose—2012-13 (6 goals, 30 assists, 34 games)

Most Power-Play Goals in a Season 11 Genevieve Lavoie—2006-07 Most Power-Play Goals in a Career 31 Melissa Waldie—2007-2011 (149 games) Most Shorthanded Goals in a Season 3 Jamie Lee Rattray—2012-13 Most Shorthanded Goals in a Career 5 Britney Selina—2006-10 (148 games) Most Game-Winning Goals in a Season 9 Jamie Lee Rattray—2012-13, Most Game-Winning Goals in a Career 19 Melissa Waldie—2007-2011 (149 games) Most Hat Tricks in a Season 3 Genevieve Lavoie—2006-07 Most Hat Tricks in a Career 3 G. Lavoie—2006-09 M.J. Gaudet—2005-09 Most Penalty Minutes in a Season 54 Vanessa Plante—2012-13 Most Penalty Minutes in a Career 143 K. Gillanders—2008-12 (143 min./66 pen.)

All-time leading scorer Britney Selina '10

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Lauren Dahm boasted the lowest goals against average (1.03 GAA) in the nation during her freshman campaign of 2007-08.

CLARKSON GOALTENDING RECORDS GOALTENDING LEADERS (minimum 10 games played) Save Percentage

Goals Against Average

Wins

2003-04

S. Hansen .

931 (10)

K. Hurley

1.82 (24)

K. Hurley

10

2004-05

K. Hurley

.917 (30)

K. Hurley

2.25

K. Hurley

10

2005-06

K. Hurley

.937 (35)

K. Hurley

1.29

K. Hurley

21

2006-07

S. Hansen

.917 (15)

S. Hansen

1.59

S. Hansen

2007-08

L. Dahm

.939 (14)

L. Dahm

1.03

E. Grandmont-Berube

2008-09

L. Dahm

.926 (29)

L. Dahm

1.75

L. Dahm

12

2009-10

L. Dahm

.932 (39)

L. Dahm

1.59

L. Dahm

23

2010-11

E. Howe

.928 (25)

E. Howe

1.87

E. Howe

10

2011-12

E. Howe

.927 (37)

E. Howe

1.75

E. Howe

22

2012-13

E. Howe

.931 (37)

E. Howe

1.73

E. Howe

27

11 14(25)

GOALTENDING RECORDS Lowest Goals Against Average in a Season: 1.03—Lauren Dahm, 2007-08 (14 games, 14 goals) Highest Save Percentage in a Season: .939—Lauren Dahm, 2007-08 (14 games, 214 saves, 14 goals) Most Saves in a Game: 51— Kira Hurley, 3/5/06 at Harvard in Game 3 ECACHL Quarterfinals (2-1 2ot loss) Most Saves in a Period: 23— Kira Hurley, 1/3/04 at Findlay (1st period of 2-2 ot tie) Lauren Dahm, 10/23/10 at Boston Univ. (3rd period of 3-2 loss) Most Saves in a Season: 868— Lauren Dahm, 2009-10 (39 games) Most Saves in a Career: 2,288— Kira Hurley, 2003-07 (112 games) Most Wins in a Career: 59— Erica Howe, 2010-13 (59-27-10) Most Wins in a Season: 27— Erica Howe, 2012-13 Most Shutouts in a Career: 20— Kira Hurley, 2003-07 (112 games) Lauren Dahm, 2007-11 (97 games) Most Shutouts in a Season: 10— Kira Hurley, 2005-06 (35 games)

Kira Hurley '07

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Kira Hurley '07

Golden Knights ALL-TIME SHUTOUTS 2003-04 Oct. 26 - Kira Hurley - 38 saves vs Vermont Nov. 1 - Kira Hurley - 22 saves 3-0 at Elmira Jan. 5 - Kira Hurley - 29 saves 3-0 at Wayne State Jan. 9 - Kira Hurley - 17 saves 4-0 at Union Feb. 7 - Stephanie Hanson - 5 saves 3-0 vs Sacred Heart Feb. 8 - Jessica Finley - 5 saves 11-0 vs Sacred Heart 2004-05 Oct. 17 - Stephanie Hanson - 23 saves 4-0 vs Union Dec. 3 - Kira Hurley - 31 saves 1-0 vs Niagara Jan. 15 - Stephanie Hanson - 15 saves 4-0 at Vermont Jan. 23 - Jessica Finley - 12 saves 5-0 vs Quinnipiac Jan. 29 - Kira Hurley - 22 saves 2-0 vs Cornell Feb. 11 - Kira Hurley - 20 saves 3-0 vs Vermont 2005-06 Oct. 8 - Kira Hurley - 17 saves 2-0 at Vermont Oct. 21 - Kira Hurley - 17 saves 2-0 at Wayne State Oct. 29 - Kira Hurley - 10 saves 8-0 at Union Oct. 30 - Kira Hurley - 8 saves 8-0 at Union Nov. 13 - Kira Hurley - 16 saves 1-0 at Dartmouth Dec. 2 - Kira Hurley - 34 saves 2-0 vs St. Lawrence Dec. 30 - Kira Hurley - 20 saves 1-0 BC in Lake Placid Jan. 7 - Jessica Finley - 5 saves 6-0 vs Robert Morris - 8 saves Stephanie Hanson Jan. 14 - Kira Hurley - 19 saves 1-0 vs Yale Jan. 21 - Kira Hurley - 7 saves 3-0 vs Cornell - 0 saves Jessica Finley Feb. 3 - Kira Hurley - 19 saves 3-0 vs Quinnipiac Feb. 17 - Kira Hurley - 28 saves 2-0 at Yale 2006-07 Sept. 29 - Kira Hurley - 9 saves 9-0 vs Vermont Nov. 10 - Stephanie Hanson - 16 saves 1-0 vs Robert Morris

Dec. 8 - Stephanie Hanson - 15 saves 5-0 vs Niagara Jan. 5 - Stephanie Hanson - 15 saves 5-0 at Northeastern Feb. 3 - Kira Hurley - 20 saves 1-0 vs Colgate Feb. 17 - Kira Hurley - 14 saves 4-0 at Union 2007-08 Oct. 6 - Eve Grand.-Berube - 15 saves 7-0 vs Wayne State Oct. 12 - Eve Grand.-Berube - 20 saves 2-0 vs Niagara Oct. 20 - Lauren Dahm - 11 saves 1-0 at Robert Morris Nov. 2 - Eve Grand.-Berube - 12 saves 2-0 at Maine Nov. 3 - Lauren Dahm - 16 saves 1-0 at Maine Nov. 10 - Lauren Dahm - 8 saves 3-0 vs Union Nov. 30 - Eve Grand.-Berube - 20 saves 6-0 at Yale Jan. 25 - Lauren Dahm - 7 saves 6-0 at Union Jan. 26 - Eve Grand.-Berube - 17 saves 3-0 at Rensselaer 2008-09 Nov. 7 - Lauren Dahm - 11 saves 6-0 at Brown Nov. 14 - Lauren Dahm - 35 saves 2-0 vs Harvard Nov. 21 - Lauren Dahm - 10 saves 2-0 at Quinnipiac Jan. 24 - Eve Grand.-Berube - 17 saves 3-0 at Union Feb. 6 - Lauren Dahm - 8 saves 6-0 vs Union Feb, 14 - Lauren Dahm - 11 saves 2-0 vs Quinnipiac 2009-10 Oct. 10 - Lauren Dahm - 16 saves 4-0 vs UConn Oct. 16 - Lauren Dahm - 32 saves 4-0 at Vermont Oct. 30 - Lauren Dahm - 9 saves 1-0 vs Brown Oct. 31 - Lauren Dahm - 17 saves 2-0 vs Yale Dec. 5 - Lauren Dahm - 29 saves 3-0 vs Princeton Jan. 23 - Lauren Dahm - 28 saves 3-0 at Brown Jan. 29 - Lauren Dahm - 25 saves 3-0 vs Colgate Feb. 6 - Lauren Dahm - 14 saves 3-0 vs Union Feb. 26 - Lauren Dahm - 19 saves 5-0 vs St. Lawrence

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2010-11 Oct. 29 - Erica Howe - 16 saves 3-0 vs Union Nov. 28 - Lauren Dahm - 25 saves 4-0 vs Vermont Feb. 19 - Erica Howe - 20 saves 4-0 vs Union 2011-12 Oct. 8 - Erica Howe - 18 saves 3-0 vs Providence Nov. 11 - Erica Howe - 27 saves 3-0 vs Quinnipiac Nov. 12 - Erica Howe - 26 saves 1-0 vs Princeton Nov. 19 - Erica Howe - 26 saves 1-0 at Dartmouth Dec. 2 - Erica Howe - 6 saves 10 vs Rensselaer - 5 saves Emily Horn Dec. 11 - Erica Howe - 22 saves 1-0 at Niagara Feb. 4 - Erica Howe - 16 saves 7-0 vs Yale Feb. 18 - Erica Howe - 19 saves 1-0 at Colgate 2012-13 Oct. 5 - Erica Howe - 32 saves 1-0 at St. Lawrence Oct. 19 - Erica Howe - 36 saves 3-0 at Mercyhurst Oct. 26 - Erica Howe - 16 saves 6-0 vs Union Jan. 12 - Erica Howe - 21 saves 1-0 at Yale Jan. 26 - Erica Howe - 22 saves 5-0 vs Dartmouth Feb. 16 - Erica Howe - 27 saves 1-0 vs Quinnipiac

Erica Howe

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Lindsay Williams '07 was the 2007 recipient of the Sara Devins Award.

ALL-TIME ALL-STARS 2004-05 EMMA MADIGAN - So., Right Wing - ECACHL All-Academic Team ANDREA MALUTA - So., Defense - ECACHL All-Academic Team KRISTI SHAW - Sr., Center - ECACHL All-Academic Team 2005-06 KIRA HURLEY - Jr., Goaltender - All-America Second-Team Goaltender - ECACHL Goaltender of the Year - ECACHL First-Team Goaltender LINDSAY WILLIAMS - Jr., Forward - Humanitarian Award Finalist SOPHIE DOYON - Fr., Defense - ECACHL All-Rookie Team EMMA MADIGAN - Jr., Forward - ECACHL All-Academic Team ANDREA MALUTA - Jr., Forward - ECACHL All-Academic Team 2006-07 LINDSAY WILLIAMS - Sr., Forward - Sara Devins Award Recipient - Hockey Humanitarian Award Finalist - ECACHL All-Academic Team

CARLEE EUSEPI - Fr., Defense - ECACHL All-Academic Team GENEVIEVE LAVOIE - Fr., Forward - ECACHL All-Academic Team CHRISTINE BAILKOWSKI - Sr., Forward - ECACHL All-Academic Team KIRA HURLEY - Sr., Goaltender - ECACHL All-Academic Team LAUREN LUBRANO - Sr., Defense - ECACHL All-Academic Team EMMA MADIGAN - Sr. Defense - ECACHL All-Academic Team ANDREA MALUTA - Sr., Forward - ECACHL All-Academic Team MELISSA MARSHALL - Sr, Forward - ECACHL All-Academic Team KIM McKENNEY - So., Defense - ECACHL All-Academic Team COURTNEY O’CONNOR - So., Defense - ECACHL All-Academic Team 2007-08 BROOKE BEAZER - Sr., Center - ECAC Hockey Best Defensive Forward CARLEE EUSEPI - So., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Star - 3rd Team BRITNEY SELINA - So., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Star - 3rd Team

EVE GRAND.-BERUBE - Fr., Goaltender - ECAC Hockey All-Rookie team MELISSA WALDIE - Fr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team LAUREN DAHM - Fr., Goaltender - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team KIM McKENNEY - Jr., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team COURTNEY O'CONNOR - Jr., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team STEFANIE WYSS - Jr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team 2008-09 MARIE-JO GAUDET - Sr., Center - ECAC Hockey All-Star - 1st Team CARLEE EUSEPI - Jr., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Star - 3rd Team BRITNEY SELINA - Jr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Star - 3rd Team JUANA BARIBEAU - Fr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Rookie team LAUREN DAHM - So, Goaltender - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team GABRIELLE KOSZIWKA - Fr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team GENEVIEVE LAVOIE - Jr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team

The Golden Knights first All-America, Kira Hurley '07

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Katelyn Ptolemy '12

Golden Knights ALL-TIME ALL-STARS KIM McKENNEY - Sr., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team HAYLEY MOORE - Fr., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team COURTNEY O'CONNOR - Sr., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team MEG OMAND - Fr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team KATELYN PTOLEMY - Fr., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team 2009-10 CARLEE EUSEPI - Sr., Defense - ECAC Hockey Best Defensive Defenseman - ECAC Hockey All-Star - 2nd Team - All-Star ECAC Hockey vs Team USA - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team BRITNEY SELINA - Sr., Forward - ECAC Hockey Best Defensive Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Star - 2nd Team - All-Star ECAC Hockey vs Team USA LAUREN DAHM - Jr., Goaltender - ECAC Hockey All-Star - 2nd Team - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team DOMINIQUE THIBAULT - Sr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Star - 3rd Team - All-Star ECAC Hockey vs Team USA GABRIELLE KOSZIWKA - So., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team GENEVIEVE LAVOIE - Sr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team MEG OMAND - So., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team KATELYN PTOLEMY - So., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team DANIELLE SKIRROW - Fr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team 2010-11 ERICA HOWE - Fr., Goaltender - ECAC Hockey All-Rookie team - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team CARLY MERCER - Fr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Rookie team - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team DANIELLE BOUDREAU - Jr., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team LAUREN DAHM - Sr., Goaltender - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team VANESSA GAGNON - Fr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team GABRIELLE KOSZIWKA - Jr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team

- ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team GABRIELLE KOSZIWKA - Sr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team AMANDA LUCKY - So., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team VANESSA PLANTE - So., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team JENNIFER SHIELDS - Fr., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team DANIELLE SKIRROW - Jr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team BRITTANY STYNER - So., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team

Carlee Euspi '10

AMANDA LUCKY - Fr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team KATELYN PTOLEMY - Jr., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team DANIELLE SKIRROW - So., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team 2011-12 ERICA HOWE - So., Goaltender - ECAC Hockey Goaltender of the Year - ECAC Hockey All-Star - 1st Team - Finalist ECAC Player of the Year - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team DANIELLE BOUDREAU - Sr., Defense - Finalist ECAC Best Defensive-Defenseman - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team KATELYN PTOLEMY - Sr., Defense - Finalist ECAC Student-Athlete of the Year - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team JAMIE LEE RATTRAY - So., Forward - Nominee Patsy Kazmier Award JUANA BARIBEAU - Sr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team JENNA BOSS - Fr., Goaltender - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team VANESSA GAGNON - So., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team TAYLOR GEDIG - Fr., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team KALI GILLANDERS - Sr., Forward

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2012-13 ERICA HOWE - Jr., Goaltender - ECAC Hockey Goaltender of the Year - ECAC All-Star - 1st Team - Finalist ECAC Player of the Year - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team ERIN AMBROSE - Fr., Defense - ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Year - ECAC Hockey All-Star - 2nd Team - ECAC Hockey All-Rookie Team JAMIE LEE RATTRAY - Jr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Star - 2nd Team CARLY MERCER - Jr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Star - 3rd Team VANESSA GAGNON - Jr., Forward - CoSIDA/Capital One Women's At-Large Academic All-Region - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team JENNA BOSS - So., Goaltender - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team RENETA FAST - Fr., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team CHRISTINE LAMBERT - So., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team CAYLEY MERCER - Fr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team VANESSA PLANTE - Jr., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team JENNIFER SHIELDS - So, Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team DANIELLE SKIRROW - Sr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team BRITTANY STYNER - Jr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team

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The Golden Knights' Division I program's first alumna, Kristi Shaw '05.

ALL-TIME GOLDEN KNIGHTS FORWARDS & DEFENSEMEN

YEARS

POS

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

Allgood, Kate - #21

2003-04

C

30

18

15

33

3/6

8

1

Ambrose, Erin - #23

2012-

D

34

6

30

36

9/18

4

Bailkowski, Christine - #18

2003-07

C

138

26

27

53

48/96

Baribeau, Juana - #25

2008-12

LW

150

62

56

Beazer, Brooke - #7

2004-08

D/F

145

25

Bills, Cortney - #9

2003-04

RW

26

Boudreau, Danielle - #10 2008-12

C/D

Cloutier, Jessica - #11

2004-08

Coates, Kim - #7

+/-

HOMETOWN

5

+11

Toronto, Ontario

0

0

+25

Keswick, Ontario

11

2

3

+2

Aurora, Ontario

118

70/140 11

3

11

+32

Amos, Quebec

50

75

32/64

12

0

5

+14

Kingston, Ontario

2

4

6

2/4

0

0

0

-1

Penfield, New York

150

8

24

32

32/64

3

0

0

+16

Whitby, Ontario

LW

145

19

34

53

48/96

9

0

5

+5

Parker, Colorado

2003-05

D

53

3

6

9

9/18

1

0

0

+8

Harrison, British Columbia

Devine, Micheleen - #9

2005-06

RW

37

12

5

17

1/2

1

1

1

+6

Medicine Hat, Alberta

Dittmer, Amanda - #16

2004-08

D/LW 141

9

37

46

32/64

5

0

2

-7

Chatham, Ontario

Doyon, Sophie - #24

2005-06

D

35

1

9

10

20/40

1

0

0

+6

Victoriaville, Quebec

Eusepi, Carlee - #15 Fast, Reneta - #12

2006-10

D

147

18

55

73

18/36

11

0

3

+58

Oakville, Ontario

2012-

D

38

2

8

10

13/26

2

0

0

+7

Burlington, Ontario

C. Bailkowski '07

J. Baribeau '12

Fletcher, Kelsey - #5

2005-06

D

35

1

Gagnon, Vanessa - #21

2010-

F

112

Gaudet, Marie-Jo - #12

2005-09

C

Gedig, Taylor - #8, #4

2011-13

Gillanders, Kali - #19

B. Beazer '08

PPG SHG

GWG

D. Boudreau '12

J. Cloutier '08

3

4

3/6

0

0

0

+9

St. Paul, Minnesota

15

21

36

34/68

2

0

3

+4

St. Constant, Quebec

144

62

47

109

36/72

18

0

12

+49

Sherbrooke, Quebec

D

63

1

1

2

6/12

0

0

0

E

Kelowna, British Columbia

2008-12

RW

142

11

22

33

66/143 2

1

4

+6

Kyle, Saskatchewan

Gordon, Rebecaa - #4

2007-08

RW

38

1

1

2

2/4

0

0

0

+1

St. Catharines, Ontario

Hart, Laura - #22

2007-09

LW

54

1

1

2

3/6

0

0

1

+1

Wheaton, Illinois

Howe, Olivia - #16

2012-

F

36

6

2

8

5/10

0

0

1

+7

Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan

Hurlick, Christine - #8

2003-04

C

28

2

4

6

2/4

1

0

0

-1

Blue Bell, Pennsylvania

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Danielle Skirrow '13 played in more games than any other Golden Knight, skaing in 151 games from 2009-13.

Golden Knights

C. Eusepi '10

M. J. Gaudet '09

K. Gillanders '12

G. Kosziwka '12

G. Lavoie '10

L. Lubrano '07

Knutson, Emily - #27

2003-04

D

21

0

3

3

2/4

0

0

0

+8

Hatton, North Dakota

Kosziwka, Gabrielle - #7

2008-12

C

150

21

26

47

26/52

2

0

2

+25

Limehouse, Ontario

Lambert, Christine - #22 2011-

F

68

8

12

20

11/22

1

0

0

+14

Thetford Mines, Quebec

Lavoie, Genevieve - #21

2006-10

RW

149

45

65

110

28/56

21

0

10

+36

Delson, Quebec

Long, Rachel - #16

2003-05

LW

21

0

2

2

3/6

0

0

0

+6

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Louey, Brenna - #19

2003-04

RW

29

2

3

5

1/2

1

0

0

-3

Brooks, Alberta

Lubrano, Lauren - #3

2003-07

D/C

131

3

16

19

17/34

1

0

1

+1

Ridgefield, Connecticut

Lucky, Amanda - #29

2010-12

F

72

0

3

3

4/8

0

0

0

-1

Kanata, Ontario

MacAulay, Shannon - #24

2012

F

38

9

7

16

18/36

2

0

1

+6

Mt. Herbert, Pri. Edward Isl.

Madigan, Emma - #17

2003-07

F/D

140

17

18

35

15/30

6

0

2

+1

Mississauga, Ontario

Maluta, Andrea - #4

2003-07

LW

119

3

5

8

10/20

0

0

1

E

Spencerport, New York

Marshall, Melissa - #20

2003-07

LW

119

11

15

26

24/48

1

0

2

+6

Oak Lawn, Illinois

Matteucci, Daniella - #17 2011-

D

74

3

4

7

8/16

0

0

1

+10

Fruitvale, British Columbia

McKenney, Kimberly - #8 2005-09

D

147

10

39

49

50/100 7

0

2

+39

Smiths Falls, Ontario

Mercer, Carly - #15, #19 2010-

F

112

39

66

105

18/56

15

0

8

+25

Exeter, Ontario

Moorehead, Ashleigh - #26

2006-10

RW

130

5

3

8

10/20

0

0

2

-4

Clinton, New York

Morrison, Katie - #14

2004-08

LW

134

23

38

61

50/100 8

0

4

+2

Ridgefield, Connecticut

Mulligan, Brittany - #14

2008-12

C

96

11

14

25

56/112

1

1

2

+7

London, Ontario

Nisbet, Shelby - #13

2010-

F

112

10

14

24

21/53

1

0

3

-1

Wiseton, Saskatchewan

Nolan, Jill - #12

2003-05

C

67

24

22

46

19/41

4

0

4

+18

Labrador, Newfoundland

O’Connor Courtney - #24

2006-08

D

106

0

6

6

26/52

0

0

0

+19

Chicago, Illinois

O’Hara, Cailin - #15

2003-04

LW

13

0

1

1

0/0

0

0

0

E

Rochester, New York

Oleksa, Caitlin - #17

2007-11

F

127

1

3

4

4/8

0

0

0

E

Battle Creek, Michigan

Olson, Courtney - #18

2007-11

D

121

1

7

8

42/84

0

0

0

+17

Great Falls, Montana

Omand, Meg - #20

2008-10

F/D

36

0

0

0

1/2

0

0

0

+1

Cold Lake, Alberta

Park, Meghan - #19

2004-07

D

82

6

10

16

25/50

2

0

0

+7

Petrolia, Ontario

Plante, Vanessa - #11

2010-

D

108

5

10

15

51/102

1

0

1

+4

Riviere-du-Loup, Quebec

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Brittany Selina owns the best all-time +/- for the Knights at +59 compiled in 148 games from 2006-10.

E. Madigan '07

M. Marshall '07

A. Maluta '07

McKenney '09

A. Moorehead '10

K. Morrison '08

Ptolemy, Katelyn - #4

2008-12

D

148

4

32

36

36/72

1

0

0

+21

Dinsmore, Saskatchewan

Rattray, Jamie Lee - #19 Schnitker, Laura - #8

2010-

F

106

48

67

115

46/92

16

3

15

+42

Kanata, Ontario

2004-05

D

16

0

0

0

0/0

0

0

0

-2

Laramie, Wyoming

Schroeder, Tegan - #11

2008-10

D

73

3

9

12

30/60

1

0

1

+15

Lumsden, Saskatchewan

Selina, Britney - #27

2006-10

C

148

50

98

148

47/105 19

5

10

+59

Thornhill, Ontario

Shaidle, Ashley - #10

2003-07

LW

138

52

46

98

43/86

21

3

15

+40

Hudson, Ohio

Shaw, Kristi - #13

2003-05

C

62

6

2

8

7/14

1

0

1

-10

Belleville, Ontario

Shields, Jennifer - #6

2011-

D

73

0

6

6

17/34

0

0

0

+28

Ingersoll, Ontario

Skirrow, Danielle - #28

2009-13

F

151

44

37

81

43/86

16

1

12

+9

Trenton, Ontario

Styner, Brittany - #24, #10 2010-

F

111

18

45

63

26/52

3

1

4

+30

Calgary, Alberta

Tendler, Daris - #29, #16

LW

150

12

27

39

14/28

1

0

1

+5

Verwood, Saskatchewan

Thibault, Dominique - #96 2009-10

F

39

21

19

40

14/28

5

1

5

+6

L'Orignal, Ontario

Valesente, Christina - #22 Waldie, Melissa - #23 williams, Lindsay - #6

2003-07

D/F

132

4

7

11

29/58

0

0

0

+16

Ithaca, New York

2007-11

RW

149

67

54

121

24/48

31

1

19

+43

Newmarket, Ontario

2003-07

C

139

25

34

59

39/78

5

2

6

+2

Mississauga, Ontario

C. O'Connor '09

2007-11

C. Oleksa '11

C. Olson '11

K. Ptolemy '12

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B. Selina '10

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Stephanie Hansen '07

Golden Knights

A. Shaidle '07

D. Tendler '11

K. Shaw '05

D. Thibault '10

C. Valesente '07

M. Waldie '11

Wood, Hailey - #9

2009-13

D

146

8

43

51

43/86

6

0

1

+29

Lethbridge, Alberta

Wyss, Stefanie - #19

2007-08

F/D

34

0

1

1

0/0

0

0

0

-1

Allenlueften, Switzerland

Zidek, Carolynn - #2

2003-07

RW

88

4

2

6

17/34

0

0

1

-2

Chicago, Illinois

GOALTENDERS

YEARS

GP

MINS

SAVES

GA

SV%

GAA

W-L-T

Dahm, Lauren - #35

2007-11

97

5670:56

2093

161

.929

1.70

49-35-12

20

Baldwinsville, New York

Finley, Jessica - #33

2003-07

9

375:51

83

7

.922

1.12

4-1-0

2

Arvada, Colorado

Grandmont-Berube, Eve - #79

2007-09

35

2019:39

677

61

.917

1.81

18-9-5

6

Drummondville, QUE

Hansen, Stephanie - #35 2003-07

41

1927:01

674

56

.923

1.74

17-8-3

6

Calgary, Alberta

Horn, Emily - #35

2011-

3

101:16

27

2

.931

1.18

1-0-0

0

Hamilton, Ontario

Howe, Erica - #27

2010-

99

5858:03

2255

173

.929

1.77

59-27-10

15

Ottawa, Ontario

Hurley, Kira - #38

2003-07

112

6213:46

2288

193

.922

1.86

48-49-10

20

Pickering, Ontario

Murmes, Danielle - #1

2007-09

1

5:20

4

1

.800

11.25

0-0-0

0

Wellesley, Massachusetts

Neumann, Kelsey - #31

2009-10

2

59:45

22

4

.846

4.02

0-1-0

0

China Grove, North Carolina

L. Williams '07

C. Zidek '07

L. Dahm '11

J. Finley '07

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S. Hansen '07

K. Hurley '07 www.clarksonathletics.com

Class of 2007

SENIOR CLASSES

CLASS of 2007 Front row (l-r): Jessica Finley, Kira Hurley, Stephanie Hansen, Emma Madigan. Back row: Ashley Shaidle, Lauren Lubrano, Christina Valesente, Andrea Maluta, Carolynn Zidek, Lindsay Williams, Melissa Marshall, Christine Bailkowski.

CLASS of 2008

CLASS of 2009

Left-right: Jessica Cloutier, Katie Morrison, Brooke Beazer, Amanda Dittmer

Left-right: Courtney O'Connor, Kimberly McKenney, Marie-Jo Gaudet

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Class of 2013 - Hailey Wood, Danielle Skirrow

Golden Knights

CLASS of 2010 Left-right: Dominique Thibault, Ashleigh Moorehead, Tegan Schroeder, Britney Selina, Carlee Eusepi, Genevieve Lavoie

CLASS of 2011

CLASS of 2012

Left-right: Lauren Dahm, Courtney Olson, Daris Tendler, Melissa Waldie, Caitlin Oleksa

Left-right: Danielle Boudreau, Juana Baribeau, Gabrielle Kosziwka, Kali Gillanders, Katelyn Ptolemy

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Ron Frazer '45

CLARKSON REMEMBERS RONALD FRAZER '45 "FATHER OF WOMEN'S HOCKEY"

W

ith women's sports emerging at the collegiate level in the mid-1970s, Ron Frazer started Clarkson's original intercollegiate women's hockey program with nothing but true "walk-ons." Frazer, the "Father" of Women's Hockey at Clarkson, along with his wife Doris, played a highly significant role in establishing the foundation for the Golden Knights' current Division I women's hockey team. Drawing from the 184 women undergraduates on campus, Frazer gathered 17 student-athletes for Clarkson's first women's team in the winter of 1974. The Knights won their first game with an impressive 7-0 victory over Potsdam with senior center Joan Carroll '75 scoring the first of her five goals just 22 seconds after the opening faceoff. Clarkson, which also posted wins over Colgate and Boston University during that inaugural season, finished with a 5-2 record in the 1974-75 campaign. During his nine-year tenure guiding "Frazer's Blazers" the Green and Gold compiled a 68-64-3 record, but more importantly provided Clarkson student-athletes with plenty of sportsmanship, camaraderie and lasting memories. The Knights' best season was in 1977-78 when the team finished with nine consecutive wins to post an 11-5 mark. Frazer was a 1945 Clarkson mechanical engineering graduate and went on to Iowa State for his PhD in industrial engineering and economics. Born in Ottawa, Ontario, he skated at forward on the Clarkson men's ice hockey teams during the 1942-43 and 1943-44 seasons under coach Jack Roos, recording 23 goals and 10 assists through 15 games. Before attending Clarkson he was a leading scorer for Nepean High School and the Ottawa Junior Senators. A 2004 Clarkson Athletic Hall of Fame Inductee and a Centennial Professor in the School of Business, Frazer passed away on September 6, 2011.

CLARKSON UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S HOCKEY THE FIRST 10 YEARS 1974-84 Clarkson’s original women’s hockey team, formed by Ron Frazer, played from 19741984 compiling a 77-72-3 record through 10 seasons. Frazer’s Blazers featured numerous talented players, including Pam Morin ‘76, a leading force for women’s hockey at Clarkson, Kelly Priestley ‘81, an inaugural Clarkson Athletic Hall of Fame inductee, and Cathy Champion-Demers ‘84, a top scorer for the Knights.

Year 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79

Record 5–2–0 2–7–0 4–8–1 11 – 5 – 0 11 – 5– 1

1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84

11 – 8 – 0 11 – 8 – 0 7 – 13 – 1 6–8–0 9–8–0

Long-time women's hockey head coach Ron Frazer with Joan Carrol (left) and Jane Harrington.

CLARKSON ATHLETIC HALL of FAME Three members of Clarkson’s original Women’s Hockey program, Kelly Priestley ’81, Cathy Champion-Demers ’84 and Ron Frazer '45 have been inducted into Clarkson’s Athletic Hall of Fame. Inaugural Class of 1992 Inductee, Priestley was a high-scoring forward from 1977-81. Champion-Demers, a standout in the early 1980s, amassing 165 points, was inducted in 2007.

The “Father” of Women’s Hockey at Clarkson, Frazer, a 2004 inductee, started the program in 1974 and served as head coach for nine seasons. easons asons n s. ns s. Cathy Champion-Demers

Kelly Priestley

Ron Frazer

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Clarkson's Office of Admissions at Holcroft House.

Golden Knights

TRAVEL DIRECTIONS MASSENA OGDENSBURG

✩ ★ ★POTSDAM

SARANAC LAKE

CANTON

LAKE PLACID WATERTOWN

TUPPER LAKE

WARRENSBURG

BUFFALO

ROCHESTER

SYRACUSE

UTICA

CLARKSON UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY POTSDAM, NEW YORK POTSDAM, NEW YORK

ALBANY BINGHAMTON

NEW YORK

Quebec

MONTREAL *

Ontario THROUGH ALBANY Take Interstate 87 north to exit 23 (Warrensburg). Take Route 9 north about three miles to intersection with Route 28. Follow Route 28 to Indian Lake. Take Route 30 north to Tupper Lake. Pick up Route 3 west. Route 3 intersects with Route 56 north, which goes into Potsdam. Driving time from Albany: approximately four hours. THROUGH SYRACUSE Take Interstate 81 north to exit 48 (Route 342) north of Watertown. Route 342 east intersects with U.S. Route 11. Follow U.S. Route 11 north to Potsdam. Driving time from Syracuse: approximately three hours. THROUGH UTICA Take Route 12 north to Lowville. Then follow Route 26 north to U.S. Route 11 at Evans Mills; turn right and follow Route 11 north to Potsdam. Driving time from Utica: approximately three hours. THROUGH BURLINGTON Take Interstate 89 north to exit 21 (Swanton). Follow Route 78 west to Rouses Point (Route 78 merges with Route 2). Follow U.S. Route 11 south to Malone; turn left onto Route 30 south; take first right (Route 11B south) to Potsdam. Driving time from Burlington: approximately three hours. THROUGH OGDENSBURG Take Route 37 to Route 68 south. In Canton, pick up Route 11 north to Potsdam. Driving time from Ogdensburg: one hour.

BURLINGTON *

OTTAWA *

PORTLAND * PORTSMOUTH *

TORONTO *

NEW YORK

SPRINGFIELD * BOSTON *

FLYING INTO SYRACUSE It is possible to fly into Syracuse Airport and drive to Potsdam using the directions provided or take a U.S. Air commuter flight into Massena or Ogdensburg routed through Pittsburgh. For rental car information from Massena, call Chrysler/Plymouth at 315-764-0283. Taxi service is also available. Greyhound buses make scheduled runs from Syracuse Airport to Potsdam.

HARTFORD PROVIDENCE * *

CLEVELAND * PITTSBURGH *

PHILADELPHIA TRENTON * *

* BALTIMORE WASHINGTON *

THROUGH LAKE PLACID Take Route 86 through Saranac Lake to Paul Smiths. Turn right on Route 30 north and drive approximately nine miles; turn left onto Route 458 west to Nicholville, turning left onto Route 11B south at intersection. Travel approximately 15 miles to the village of Potsdam. Driving time from Lake Placid: approximately one and a half hours. THROUGH MASSENA Take Route 37 to Route 56 south. Follow Route 56 to Potsdam. Driving time from Massena: 30 minutes.

CONNECTIONS

F LYING INTO M ONTREAL (D ORVAL A IR PORT) From the airport, take Route 20 west (ouest) which merges with Route 401 west (ouest) to Cornwall. Take exit 789 marked “Bridge to USA;” turn left at the top of ramp and follow signs to the bridge; follow Route 37 south to Massena. From Route 37 south, take Route 56 south to Potsdam. There are major rental car services at the airport. Driving time from Montreal: approximately two hours. FLYING INTO OTTAWA From the airport, turn left on the Hunt Club Road; follow it to Route 16, and then turn left and proceed south to the exit marked “Bridge to U.S.A.” at Prescott. Once across the border, turn right on Route 37 south and then left on Route 68 south. In Canton, pick up Route 11 north to Potsdam. Driving time from Ottawa: approximately one and a half hours. FLYING

Greyhound Bus Line (Potsdam) ....................................315-265-2270 Adirondack Trailways Bus Line (Potsdam) ....................................315-265-2534 Syracuse Airport ........................................3 hours Massena Airport ........................................ ½ hour Ogdensburg Airport ................................... ¾ hour Ottawa Airport ..........................................2 hours Montreal (Dorval) Airport .........................2 hours Montreal (Mirabel) Airport (international flights) ..........................2½ hours

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POTSDAM

BY PRIVATE AIR -

CRAFT

The airport is located one mile east of Potsdam on Route 11B. The runway is asphalt and 3,700 feet by 60 feet. Instrument approaches and tie-down space are available. The Admission Office offers rides from the Potsdam Airport to the campus during business hours. Call 315-268-6479 in advance to make arrangements.

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CLARKSON WOMEN’S HOCKEY DIVISION I HISTORY • September 5, 2002 - Rick Seeley named as head coach • • September 5, 2003 - Golden Knights’ first practice • • October 10, 2003 - Clarkson plays Bluewater Junior Hawks in exhibition contest at Cheel Arena • • October 17, 2003 - Knights play at Niagara in first official NCAA game • • October 18, 2003 - Clarkson posts 2-1 win at Niagara for the program’s first Div. 1 victory • • October 25, 2003 - Knights rally for 1-1 tie against Vermont in official home opener at Cheel Arena • • October 26, 2003 - Clarkson shuts out the Catamounts, 1-0, for first home win • • October 16, 2004 - Clarkson defeats Union 2-1 at Cheel Arena for first ECACHL victory • • February 19, 2005 - With a 3-2 win over traditional league power Brown at Cheel Arena, Clarkson clinches a berth in the ECACHL postseason tournament • • March 4, 2005 - The Knights travel to Harvard for first ECACHL playoff game • • November 12-13, 2005 - Clarkson knocks off two Top-10 ranked teams on the road, winning at 5th-ranked Harvard (4-3) and at 8th-ranked Darmouth (1-0) • • December 2, 2005 - Clarkson shuts out #1-ranked St. Lawrence 2-0 at Cheel Arena • • March 4, 2006 - The Knights earn their first playoff victory with a 2-1 overtime win at Harvard • • March 24, 2006 - Goaltender Kira Hurley ‘07 named Clarkson’s first All-American • • March 1-2, 2008 - Clarkson gains its first ever playoff series victory with a sweep of Princeton (3-2ot, 2-1) in the ECAC Hockey quarterfinal series at Cheel Arena • • March 8, 2009 - The Knights make their inaugral trip to the ECAC Hockey Championship Tournament, falling to Havard 3-0 at Bright Hockey Center in Cambridge, MA • • August 8, 2008 - Matt and Shannon Desrosiers name co-Head Coaches, the first husband-and-wife head coaching tandem in college hockey history • • November 29, 2008 - Clarkson defeates Vermont 4-2 at Cheel Arena to gain program’s 100th win • • March 7, 2010 - Clarkson makes its first showing in the ECAC Hockey Tournament Championship game, falling to top-seed Cornell 4-3 in overtime at Lynah Rink in Ithaca, NY • • March 13, 2010 - The Knights make their first NCAA playoff appearance with a 3-2 overtime loss to the University of Minnesota at Mariucci Arena in Minneapolis • • March 1, 2012 - Erica Howe ‘14 named ECAC Hockey Goaltender of the Year • • March 2, 2013 - Knights post school-record 28th win with 5-2 victory over Rensselaer in Game 2 of ECAC Hockey Quarterfinal Round series at Cheel Arnea • • March 8, 2013 - Erica Howe ‘14 named ECAC Hockey Goaltender of the Year for second straight season • • March 8, 2013 - Erin Ambrose ‘16 named ECAC Rookie of the Year • • March 16, 2013 - Clarkson makes its second NCAA playoff appearance with a 5-3 loss to Boston University at Walter Brown Arena in Boston • • September 17, 2013 - Clarkson kson Pres Preseason esea ea aso s n #1 Pick in EC ECAC Hockey Coaches’ Poll •

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ST. LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY................... H St. Lawrence University .............................. A Syracuse University .................................... A SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ......................... H MERCYHURST COLLEGE ........................ H MERCYHURST COLLEGE ........................ H * Cornell University ........................................ A * Colgate University ....................................... A

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BROWN UNIVERSITY ............................... H YALE UNIVERSITY .................................... H DARTMOUTH COLLEGE .......................... H HARVARD UNIVERSITY ............................ H PROVIDENCE COLLEGE .......................... H PROVIDENCE COLLEGE .......................... H * Princeton University .................................... A * Quinnipiac University .................................. A

14 (Sat.) JANUARY 3 (Fri.) 10 (Fri.) * 11 (Sat.) * 17 (Fri.) * 18 (Sat.) * 24 (Fri.) * 25 (Sat.) * 31 (Fri.) * FEBRUARY 1 (Sat.) * 7 (Fri.) * 8 (Sat.) * 14 (Fri.) * 15 (Sat.) * 21 (Fri.) * 22 (Sat.) * 28-MARCH 2 (Fri.-Sun.) 7 (Fri.) 8 (Sat.) 15 (Sat.) 21 & 23 (Fri. & Sun.)

UNIVERSITY of NORTH DAKOTA ............ H 3:00 p.m. UNIVERSITY of NORTH DAKOTA ............ H 3:00 p.m. Outdoor Game at Frontier Field in Rochester, NY vs Rochester Institute of Technology .......... A 12:00 noon McGILL UNIVERSITY (exhibition) ............ H St. Lawrence University .............................. A ST. LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY................... H Yale University ............................................ A Brown University ......................................... A COLGATE UNIVERSITY ............................ H CORNELL UNIVERSITY ............................ H Union College ............................................. A

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Rensselaer .................................................. A 4:00 p.m. QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY ........................ H 7:00 p.m. PRINCETON UNIVERSITY ........................ H 4:00 p.m. Harvard University ...................................... A 7:00 p.m. Dartmouth College ...................................... A 4:00 p.m. RENSSELAER ........................................... H 7:00 p.m. UNION COLLEGE ...................................... H 4:00 p.m. ECAC Hockey Playoffs - Quarterfinal Round (Best-of-three games series) at campus sites ECAC Hockey Tr. Semifinals at Campus Site ECAC Hockey Tr. Championship at Campus Site NCAA Quarterfinals at campus sites NCAA Frozen Four High Point Solutions Arena at the TD Bank Sports Center Quinnipiac University, Hamden, CT

HOME GAMES at CHEEL ARENA

* ECAC Hockey


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