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The TD Bank Sports Center

The TD Bank Sports Center is a state-ofthe-art facility located on the York Hill Campus featuring separate arenas for Quinnipiac University’s NCAA Division I men’s and women’s basketball and hockey programs. The 185,000-square-foot facility was dedicated on Jan. 27, 2007 and seats 3,254 and 3,084 for basketball and hockey events, respectively. The two arenas at the TD Bank Sports Center are connected by a three-story structure featuring a common lobby and ticket box office, a premier University Club, administrative and team offices, professional-style locker rooms with student-athlete lounges, conference and meeting rooms, athletic training and equipment rooms, and a strength and conditioning center.

Strength and Conditioning Center

Captains L-R: Kate Wheeler, Jordan Elkins, Bethany Dymarczyk

Juniors L-R: Breann Frykas, Victoria Vigilanti, Felica Vieweg, Brittany Lyons, Regan Boulton, Kristen Eklund

Athletic Training Room

Sophomores L-R: (Kara Gust, Olivia Brackett, Ashley Winslow, Elena Orlando, Erica Uden Johansson, Shelby Wignall, Amanda Colin, Emily MacKinnon, Kelly Babstock, Megan Hagg)

Pro-Style Locker Room

Freshman L-R: Anna Borgfedlt, Chelsea Laden, Nicole Kosta, Morgan Fritz-Ward)

Coaches L-R Paul Nemetz-Carlson, Rick Seeley, Cassandra Turner

Table of Contents Media Information.................................................................... 3–10 Media Policy......................................................................................... 4 Quinnipiac Bobcats Sports Network (QBSN)..................................... 5 ECAC Hockey...................................................................................... 6 Media Outlets...................................................................................7–8 Quinnipiac Sports Information............................................................ 9 Women’s Ice Hockey Positive Play.................................................... 10 Coaching & Support Staff........................................................11–16 Head Coach Rick Seeley...............................................................12–13 Associate Head Coach Cassandra Turner......................................... 14 Assistant Coach Paul Nemetz-Carlson............................................... 15 Support Staff...................................................................................... 16 2011–12 Season Preview.......................................................... 17–22 Alphabetical Roster............................................................................ 18 Numerical Roster............................................................................... 19 2011–12 Season Outlook............................................................20­–21 Roster Breakdown/Pronunciation Guide........................................... 22 Player Profiles.......................................................................... 23–42 Opponents.............................................................................. 43–50 2010–11 Season In Review...................................................... 51–60 Season In Review................................................................................ 52 Individual Statistics............................................................................. 53 Situational Statistics........................................................................... 54 Box Scores....................................................................................55–60 History..................................................................................... 61–70 All-Time Results..........................................................................62–63 All-Time Series Results....................................................................... 63 Year-by-Year Results........................................................................... 63 All-Time Individual Records............................................................. 64 Women’s Ice Hockey Timeline...................................................65–67 All-Time Letter Winners.................................................................... 68 All-Time Uniform Numbers.............................................................. 69 QU Athletic Hall of Fame.................................................................. 70 About Quinnipiac.................................................................... 71–82 Quinnipiac University....................................................................... 72 President John L. Lahey/President’s Cabinet..................................... 73 Athletics Staff/Athletics Council..................................................74–79 QU Athletics Year in Review.....................................................80–82 Credits The 2011–12 Quinnipiac University Women’s Ice Hockey Media Guide is an official publication of the Sports Information Department. Editor-in-Chief: Ken Sweeten. Editorial assistance provided by Jack McDonald, Rick Seeley, Cassie Turner, Paul Nemetz-Carlson and Ross Bennett. Production and design by Cynthia Greco. Graphic design and layout by Karen DeFelice. Copy editing assistance by Janet Waldman and Donna Pintek. Photography by John Hassett, Peter Aaron/ESTO, and courtesy of ECAC Hockey and 2011–12 opponent institutions. Printing by Media Graphics. Special thanks to Lynn Bushnell and Thea Moritz from the Quinnipiac Office of Public Affairs, and Steve Hagwell and Ed Krajewski from ECAC Hockey.

>> QUICK FACTS General Information Hamden, Conn. Location Enrollment 8.200 including law and graduate students 1929 Founded Dr. John L. Lahey President Senior Vice President for Student & Academic Affairs Mark A. Thompson Sean Duffy Faculty Athletic Representative Director of Athletics & Recreation Jack McDonald (Boston College ’73) Bill Mecca (Niagara ’78) Senior Associate Athletic Director Associate AD/SWA Tracey Flynn (Connecticut ’83) Ernie Hallbach (Connecticut ’89) Associate AD/Atheltic Training Exec. Director, TD Bank Sports Center Eric Grgurich (Stonehill College ’97) Lyneene Richardson (Iowa ’96) Associate AD/Academic Support Associate AD/ Operations Andrew Castagnola (Quinnipiac ’03) Michael Medina (Maryland ’02) Associate AD/Intramurals Tami Reilly (SCSU ‘90) Associate AD/Fitness & Wellness Assistant AD/Sports Information Ken Sweeten (So. New Hampshire ’00) Assistant AD/Compliance Bob Tipson (Plymouth State ‘68) Assistant AD/Men’s Basketball Alyssa Budkofsky (Connecticut ‘01) Academic Support Amy Terry (Quinnipiac ’96) Coordinator of Financial Services Sarah Steele Title IX Coordinator

Women’s Ice Hockey Facts Head Coach Rick Seeley (Elmira ’87, Fourth Season) 44-48-16 Record at Quinnipiac Associate Head Coach Cassandra Turner (Brown ’03, Fourth Season) Paul Nemetz-Carlson (Bates ‘98, First Season) Assistant Coach lorainne.onorfrio@quinnipiac.edu Ice Hockey Email Ice Hockey Office Phone 203-582-3294 TD Bank Sports Center Press Box Phone 203-582-3796 Nickname Bobcats Navy and Gold Colors Conference NCAA Division I TD Bank Sports Center (3,084) Arena 22-12-3 2010–11 Final Record 12-9-1 2010–11 ECAC Regular-Season Record Last NCAA Tournament Appearance N/A Sports Information Women’s Hockey SID Office Phone Office Fax Email Assistant AD/Sports Information Office Phone Email Athletics Web Site

Ross Bennett 203-582-5387 203-582-5385 ross.bennett@quinnipiac.edu Ken Sweeten 203-582-8625 kenneth.sweeten@quinnipiac.edu www.quinnipiacbobcats.com

Quinnipiac University is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal access to its programs, facilities and employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status or sexual orientation.

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High Point Solutions Agrees To $1 Million Sponsorship Of Quinnipiac University’s Ice Hockey Arena At TD Bank Sports Center Hamden, Conn. - March 30, 2011 - High Point Solutions of Sparta, N.J. has agreed to a $1 million sponsorship of Quinnipiac University’s ice hockey arena at the TD Bank Sports Center for the next five seasons. “This is a significant corporate sponsorship from an outstanding, innovative company,” said Donald Weinbach, vice president for development and alumni affairs at Quinnipiac. “We seek to associate with quality brands, and in the world of network and IT solutions, High Point is known for delivering quality products and superb service.” The ice hockey arena on Quinnipiac’s York Hill Campus, home to the men’s and women’s NCAA Division I ice hockey teams, will be known as the High Point Solutions Arena. “We are proud to provide this level of support to Quinnipiac University,” said Tom Mendiburu, who along with his brother, Mike, founded High Point Solutions in 1996. “Helping a thriving university like Quinnipiac continue its unparalleled ascent, while linking our name to such a state-of-the-art ice hockey facility is truly a win-win for both of our organizations. We are excited about this corporate partnership and want to thank President John L. Lahey and the Board of Trustees for this opportunity.” Quinnipiac Director of Athletics Jack McDonald said that, along with TD Bank, High Point Solutions will enhance what is already a great fan-friendly hockey arena and one of the best facilities in all of intercollegiate athletics. “Having this level of commitment from Tom and Mike Mendiburu speaks volumes about what our teams and coaches

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have been able to accomplish at the Division I level,” McDonald said. “This year our women had the most successful year in the program’s history, and the men had a great run in the recent ECAC playoffs. I am looking forward to even more success in the High Point Solutions Arena.” High Point Solutions meets the specific needs of the Fortune 500 and service provider industries and has rapidly become known as a leader in the information technology and service sectors. As a specialist IT services and solutions provider, High Point partners with clients in planning, building and supporting their IT infrastructures. The company is headquartered in Sparta, N.J. and has offices in London, UK. Quinnipiac s a private, coeducational, nonsectarian institution located 90 minutes north of New York City and two hours from Boston. The university enrolls 5,900 full-time undergraduate and more than 2,000 graduate students in 52 undergraduate and more than 20 graduate programs of study in its School of Business, School of Communications, School of Education, School of Health Sciences, School of Law, and College of Arts and Sciences. Quinnipiac consistently ranks among the top regional universities in the North in U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best Colleges issue. The 2009 issue of U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best Colleges named Quinnipiac as the top up-andcoming school with master’s programs in the Northern Region. Quinnipiac also is recognized in Princeton Review’s The Best

373 Colleges. For more information, please visit www.quinnipiac.edu. Connect with Quinnipiac on Facebook at www. facebook.com/quinnipiacuniversity and follow Quinnipiac on Twitter @QuinnipiacU.

Media Policy MEDIA POLICY 2011–12 MEDIA GUIDE

The 2011–12 Quinnipiac University Men’s Ice Hockey Media Guide is produced as a source of information for the media. Supplementary materials can be obtained either on the Web at www.quinnipiacbobcats. com or by contacting the sports information office.

WORKING PRESS CREDENTIALS

Press and photograph credentials are issued to members of the working media only. These credentials can be obtained from the sports information office. Upon acceptance, passes will be mailed or held at the ticket booth at the TD Bank Sports Center. Passes should be requested no later than 24 hours prior to a contest to ensure space availability.

MEDIA PARKING

All members of the media should plan to arrive at least one-half hour before the opening faceoff to ensure parking availability. Reserved parking is available for media on a limited basis.

PRESS BOX FACILITIES/SERVICES

The press area at the TD Bank Sports Center is accessible from the ground level via the press box entryway. Per NCAA regulations, only credentialed members of the media, coaches, league officials and designated administrators are allowed into this area. All members of the working media will be provided with extensive game notes, statistics, line charts and rosters approximately 90 minutes before each contest. Scoring and shot charts will be provided at the end of each period, while a complete statistical package will be distributed immediately following the contest.

POST-GAME INTERVIEWS

A press conference will be conducted in the media lounge of the TD Bank Sports Center following a 10-minute cooling-off period. The Quinnipiac locker room is closed to the media both for home and road games. A member of the Quinnipiac sports information staff will assist you in the interview process. Interviews with opposing players must be arranged with the opposing team’s SID. Reporters can file from the press box following the game.

INTERVIEW POLICIES

All requests for interviews must be conducted through the sports information office. Requests must be made at least one day in advance to allow the player/coach to be properly notified. At no time will the player’s dormitory telephone or cell phone numbers be released to the media. However, if a telephone interview is necessary, arrangements can be made for the student-athlete to contact that member of the media. The preferred interview time to request head coach Rand Pecknold is from 2–5 p.m. during the season.

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PRACTIcE COVERAGE

The Quinnipiac men’s ice hockey team practices at set times during both the fall and spring semesters. All Quinnipiac players and coaches are available for interviews prior to, or following, practice with proper notification to the sports information office. Interviews are not granted on game days unless there are extenuating circumstances.

QU HOCKEY ON THE AIR

AM 1220 WQUN is the flagship station for the Bobcats Radio Network and Quinnipiac men’s ice hockey. In addition to men’s ice hockey, AM 1220 WQUN also will broadcast Quinnipiac men’s and women’s basketball. Nationally recognized CBS Network anchor/producer Bill Schweizer returns for his 13th season as the Bobcats’ play-by-play announcer. Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey’s home games can be heard all season on the Quinnipiac Bobcats Sports Network (QBSN), a student-operated radio station. In addition to women’s ice hockey, QBSN audiostreams all home games for Quinnipiac’s 21 varsity sports.

RADIO/TV INFORMATION

The TD Bank Sports Center has phone and Internet connections available for visiting radio. Please contact the sports information office at least one week prior to a scheduled broadcast to ensure availability. Television crews are advised to shoot on the platform level on either side of the general admission seating.

WWW.QUINNIPIACBOBCATS.COM

Quinnipiac men’s ice hockey information is available on the Internet via www.quinnipiacbobcats.com. Game notes, schedules/results, statistics, rosters and game stories are available. Information about Quinnipiac’s 20 other varsity sports also can be obtained on this site.

>> TD BANK SPORTS CENTER Quinnipiac University, 305 Sherman Ave., Hamden, CT 06518 203-582-5212 Mailing address: 275 Mount Carmel Ave. (YH-MKT) Hamden, CT 06518-1908 Directions: From I-91: Take exit 10 (Route 40 connector) to Route 10 North (Whitney Avenue). Go for 3/4 mile and make a left onto Sherman Avenue. The sports center is approximately 1/4 mile on the right. From Rt. 15 (Merritt Parkway): Take exit 61, Route 10 North (Whitney Avenue). Go for 2.7 miles and turn left onto Sherman Avenue. The sports center is approximately 1/4 mile on the right. Web Site: www.quinnipiacbobcats.com University Switchboard: 203-582-8200 Directions to Quinnipiac: 203-582-8601 Admissions: 800-462-1944 or 203-582-8600

The Quinnipiac Bobcats Sports Network (QBSN) is the official broadcast team behind Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey, in addition to broadcasting all 21 Quinnipiac varsity sports. QBSN is fully operated by Quinnipiac undergraduate students from the school of communications. In 2011, QBSN was honored as Quinnipiac’s Top New Student Organization. In 2011-12, QBSN will stream all of Quinnipiac’s athletic events with the use of an iPad or iPhone at every home event, making Quinnipiac Athletics the first athletic department to do so. “We are thrilled with the professional broadcasts of over 100 games already this year by QBSN,” Director of Athletics Jack McDonald said. “What is even more satisfying is that the broadcasters and producers are Quinnipiac school of communication students. They all do an exceptional job providing play-by-play and color commentary for all of our games while providing audio for our video streams.” Launched in 2010, QBSN was the brain child of students Corey Hersch and Alex Birsch as a sports-driven webstreaming entity that while providing live webstreaming for Quinnipiac’s fans, also provides valuable experience for the many talented sports broadcast students at Quinnipiac. Since its inception, QBSN has streamed all Quinnipiac home sporting events for men’s and women’s soccer, field hockey, women’s volleyball as well as the Quinnipiac Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Invitational. In addition to broadcasting all Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey home games, QBSN also broadcasts a supplemental feed for men’s ice hockey and men’s and women’s basketball. This fall, QBSN will also broadcast all home baseball, softball and men’s and women’s lacrosse games.

QBSN co-chairs Matthias Gausz (left) and Marc Schwartz broadcast a men’s soccer preseason game via iPhone .

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ECAC Hockey, “where hockey’s not just another tradition.” ECAC Hockey, as it exists today, was founded in 1961. The evolution began with an ‘informal’ conference, which witnessed prosperous years in the late ’60s and early ’70s and over the years progressed into one of the best college hockey leagues in the country. ECAC Hockey is one of six conferences that compete in NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Hockey Championships. The conference is comprised of 12 institutions filled with tradition, legendary players, coaches, and administrators who have paved the way for recognizing and celebrating yearly accomplishments on and off the ice. With a noteworthy past, collegiate ice hockey has been a mainstay with member institutions for nearly a century. On Jan. 19, 1898, less than two years after the first-ever college hockey game, Brown defeated Harvard in Boston, Mass., in the first college hockey game between the two schools still sponsoring the sport. ECAC Hockey has evolved into pure hockey. The rise to prominence has not been limited to the playing surface, as the league’s alumni has cemented itself with such identifiable labels as; integrity, sportsmanship, leadership, scholarship, pursuit of excellence and commitment.

INTEGRITY:

Prestigious play, fairness and respect have been values associated with former with former ECAC Hockey players that have been carried onto the next level. Today, many former players are enjoying careers and are respected on the next level in the National Hockey League (NHL). Former League standouts include Anaheim Ducks forwards George Parros (Princeton), and Todd Marchant (Clarkson); Atlanta Thrashers defenseman Grant Lewis (Dartmouth) forward Todd White (Clarkson); Boston Bruins forwards Byron Bitz (Cornell) and Rich Perverly (St. Lawrence); Buffalo Sabres forward Dominic Moore (Harvard); Calgary Flames forward Craig Conroy (Clarkson); Carolina Hurricanes forward Erik Cole (Clarkson); Colorado Avalanche forwards T.J. Galiardi (Dartmouth) and David Jones (Dartmouth); Columbus Blue Jackets forward Craig MacDonald (Harvard); Dallas Stars forward Raymond Sawada; Florida Panthers defenseman Tanner Gladd (Dartmouth); Los Angeles Kings forwards Matt Moulson (Cornell), Kevin Westgarth (Princeton) and John Zeiler (St. Lawrence); Minnesota Wild forward Dominic Moore (Harvard); Vancouver Canucks forward Chris Higgins (Yale) and defenseman Ryan O’Byrne (Cornell); N.Y. Islanders defenseman Joe Callahan (Yale), goaltender Yann Dannis (Brown) and forward Mike Iggulden (Cornell); Ottawa Senators forward Jesse Winchester (Colgate); Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Randy Jones (Clarkson) and forward Darroll Powe (Princeton); Pittsburgh Penguins forward Craig Adams (Harvard) and defenseman Ben Lovejoy (Dartmouth); St. Louis Blues forward Andy McDonald (Colgate); San Jose Sharks forwards Tom Cavanagh (Harvard) and Ryan Vesce (Cornell) and defensemen Kent Huskins (Clarkson) and Doug Murray (Cornell); Tampa Bay Lightning defensemen Corey Murphy (Colgate) and Noah Welch (Harvard); Toronto Maple Leafs forwards Jeff Hamilton (Yale) and Lee Stempniak (Dartmouth); Vancouver Canucks defenseman Willie Mitchell (Clarkson); and Washington Capitals forward Chris Clark (Clarkson) and defenseman Brian Pothier (Rensselaer).

SPORTSMANSHIP:

Respect, hard work, and intense competition help mold some of the players into model student-athletes and citizens. Cornell head coach Mike Schafer, several current players and several alumni traveled in early June to the Dominican Republic to do some construction projects for a school. Among items the group finished were

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enclosing the water generator for drinking water and shielding it from the elements of hurricane season, extending a fence around the school and laying the foundation for a medical clinic; the entire league participated in a “Pink at the Rink” program wearing and selling special jerseys with proceeds benefiting the American Cancer Society and Hockey Coaches Care program; Harvard annually holds a youth hockey clinic for AllstonBrighton Youth Hockey, and several players run the non-profit Crimson City Hockey Clinic; Quinnipiac raised over $30,000 at Rand Pecknold’s Blades & Skates event to benefit St. Baldrick’s Children’s Cancer Research.

LEADERSHIP:

Delivering hockey and connecting strong values beyond the playing surface has produced its share of administrators in the National Hockey League (NHL). Peter Chiarelli (Harvard) is the general manager of the Boston Bruins; Joe Nieuwendyk (Cornell) is the general manager for the Dallas Stars, while Dave Taylor (Clarkson) serves as its director of player personnel; Mike Barnett (St. Lawrence) is currently serving as an adviser and scout for the New York Rangers, while fellow St. Lawrence University grad Ray Shero is the general manager of the Pittsburgh Penguins; Brent Flahr (Princeton) serves as the assistant general manager for the Minnesota Wild; Colgate alum David Conte is the executive vice president, hockey operations, for the N.J. Devils; St. Lawrence graduate Bill Torrey serves as the Florida Panthers’ alternate governor, while fellow Saints’ graduate Jacques Martin is the current head coach of the Montreal Canadiens and Randy Sexton is the assistant general manager for the Florida Panthers. In addition, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman is a Cornell graduate and NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daley is a graduate of Dartmouth.

SCHOLARSHIP:

It is been a primary goal of ECAC Hockey institutions to strive for academic achievement. It is instilled that all student-athletes not only excel in sports, but build character. Each year all teams boast several players on the all ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team. Few, if any, conferences have been able to produce a list of influential and successful alumni like ECAC Hockey. Scott Hanley (Brown) currently serves as director of sports and competition for ESPN X Games, while John McLennan (Clarkson) spent his career as CEO of Bell Canada. Some former ECAC Hockey players became inventors, like Colgate’s Ed Werner and John Haney, who invented the board game Trivial Pursuit.

COMMITMENT:

The future of ECAC Hockey continues to develop, as it is consistently labeled as one of the premier conferences from top to bottom. Each year all 12 institutions strive to set new standards of excellence. The league continues to offers a variety to their fans and alumni including a television broadcasts of several games, i ncluding tournament games, newly designed conference web site with up-to-the-minute scoring updates, and a weekly radio report during the season.

Print Media New Haven Register 40 Sargent Drive New Haven, CT 06511-5918 Phone: 203-789-5657 Fax: 203-789-5253 Sports Editor: Sean Barker College Sports Writer: Bill Cloutier E-mail: bcloutier@nhregister.com Connecticut Post 410 State Street Bridgeport, CT 06604 Phone: 203-330-6210 Fax: 203-334-6935 Sports Editor: Gary Rogo E-mail: grogo@ctpost.com Hartford Courant 285 Broad Street Hartford, CT 06115 Phone: 800-524-4242, ext. 6764 Fax: 860-241-6600 E-mail: tyantz@courant.com The Associated Press (Hartford) 55 Farmington Ave., Suite 402 Hartford, CT 06105

Phone: 860-246-6876 Fax: 860-727-4003 Sports Director: Pat Eaton-Robb The Boston Globe 135 Morrissey Blvd. Boston, MA 02107 Phone: 800-232-2860 Fax: 617-929-2670 Boston Herald One Herald Square Boston, MA 02106 Phone: 800-234-5680 Fax: 617-619-6655 The Stamford Advocate 75 Tresser Blvd. Stamford, CT 06904 Phone: 203-964-2275 Fax: 203-964-2345 Sports Editor: Bob Kennedy The Waterbury Republican-American 389 Meadow Street Waterbury, CT 06722 Phone: 800-992-3232, ext. 355 Fax: 203-596-9277 Sports: Mark Jaffee

Elm City Newspapers 349 New Haven Avenue Milford, CT 06460 Phone: 203-876-6800 Fax: 203-877-4772 Sports Editor: Vinny Salzo Record-Journal 11 Crown Street Meriden, CT 06450 Phone: 203-317-2206 Fax: 203-639-0210 Sports Editor: Bryant Carpenter The Chronicle Quinnipiac University 275 Mount Carmel Ave., P.O. Box 10 Hamden, CT 06518-1908 Phone: 203-582-5251, ext. 8358 Fax: 203-582-8098 Quad News Quinnipiac University 275 Mount Carmel Ave., P.O. Box 10 Hamden, CT 06518-1908

(L to R): Bill Mecca, Quinnipiac President John Lahey, Bill Schweizer

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Broadcast Media WQUN AM-1220 Bill Schweizer 275 Mount Carmel Avenue Hamden, CT 06518-1908 Phone: 203-582-8984 Fax: 203-582-5372 WTNH-TV 8 (ABC) Noah Finz 8 Elm Street New Haven, CT 06510 Phone: 203-784-8842 Fax: 203-787-9698 WTIC-TV 61 (FOX) Rich Coppola One Corporate Center Hartford, CT 06103 Phone: 800-788-0852 Fax: 860-293-0178 WVIT-TV 30 (NBC) Kevin Nathan 1422 New Britain Ave. West Hartford, CT 06110 Phone: 860-521-8619 Fax: 860-521-4860

NESN sideline reporter Jayme Parker

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WFSB-TV 3 (CBS) Joe Zone 3 Constitution Plaza Hartford, CT 06103 Phone: 860-244-1708 Fax: 860-728-0263 News 12 CT (Indep.) 28 Cross Street Norwalk, CT 06851 Phone: 203-849-1321 Fax: 203-849-1327 New England Sports Network (NESN) 400 Arsenal Street, Building 1 Watertown, MA 02472 Phone: 617-536-9233 Fax: 617-536-7814 Q30 Peter Sumby 275 Mount Carmel Avenue Hamden, CT 06518-1908 Phone: 203-582-8974 Fax: 203-582-5310 Quinnipiac Bobcats Sports Network (QBSN) 275 Mount Carmel Avenue Hamden, CT 06518-1908 Email: corey.hersch@quinnipiac.edu

Fox 61 sports anchor and men’s ice hockey analyst Rich Coppola

QUINNIPIAC SPORTS INFORMATION Ken Sweeten

Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Information Office Phone: 203-582-8625 Cell Phone: 203-859-8529 TD Bank Sports Center Press Box Phone: 203-582-3796 Office Fax: 203-582-5385 Email: kfsweeten@quinnipiac.edu Ken Sweeten is beginning his sixth year with the Bobcats. Sweeten was originally hired as the assistant sports information director in November of 2006 before being promoted to Sports Information Director in 200708. In 2010, he was once-again promoted, this time to his current position of Assistant Athetics Director. In his current role, he coordinates the publicity and media relations efforts for all of Quinnipiac’s 21 sports while continuing to add content and multi-media options on www.QuinnipiacBobcats.com. Sweeten’s responsibilities include his role as the primary contact for the nationally-ranked men’s ice hockey program, as well as the field hockey, baseball and women’s golf teams. He also oversees a fulltime assistant sports information director, and two graduate assistants, in addition to several federal work study employees. In that role, he coordinates all media relations for the athletic department’s studentathletes, coaches and staff. Since arriving at Quinnipiac, Sweeten has played a pivotal role in the expansion of all publications within the athletic department, as well as the development of the Bobcats’ website. In 2011, Sweeten coordinated all efforts between Quinnipiac and PrestoSports in launching the new QuinnipiacBobcats.com. Among his accomplishments since arriving at Quinnipiac, Sweeten spearheaded a national campaign that saw men’s ice hockey captain Jean-Marc Beaudoin become the first Quinnipiac student-athlete to finish among the finalists for the prestigious Lowe’s SENIOR Class Award. Sweeten has also developed promotional items for the Hobey Baker Award for Brandon Wong and Eric Lampe in 2009-10, Bryan Leitch in 2008-09 and Jamie Bates in 2007-08. Sweeten also works with Quinnipiac’s extensive student media population to audio webstream all of the Bobcats’ home events. In February 2010, Sweeten facilitated all press box operations for the Team USA Women’s Ice Hockey game against the ECAC Hockey All-Stars at the TD Bank Sports Center. He also helped coordinate all media relations and television game-day operations for the 2009-10 Northeast Conference Men’s Basketball Championship Game at the TD Bank Sports Center, which was seen live on ESPN2 nationwide. In 2008 and 2009 Sweeten successfully presented a national audience with a pair of highlight-reel plays by baseball standout Bryan Monack that resulted in the Top Play on ESPN’s SportsCenter. Sweeten also coordinated an appearance by Monack on the highly-successful ESPN First Take studio show. Sweeten also helped with the graphic design in Quinnipiac Men’s Ice Hockey Head Coach Rand Pecknold’s instructional book, Hard-Core Hockey. In addition to his work at Quinnipiac, Sweeten is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) and

the Greater New Haven Baseball Umpires Association (GNHBUA). Sweeten also serves on the selection committee for the March of Dimes Elm City Legends, a yearly event that recognizes New Haven area sports figures who have excelled on the playing field and in the community. In December of 2010, Sweeten was selected to serve on the Board of Managers for the Greater New Haven YMCA Youth Center, and was also selected as the board’s recording secretary. Sweeten has played an integral part in benefits for St. Baldrick’s children’s cancer research, Autism Speaks, and the Susan G. Komen Fund for breast cancer awareness. Sweeten served as one of Quinnipiac’s athletic administrators on several visits to area hospitals including Yale New Haven’s Smilow Center and Hartford Hospital. Before coming to Quinnipiac, Sweeten served as the Director of Athletic Media Relations/Sports Information at Pace University in Pleasantville, N.Y. Prior to that, he held the position of Sports Information Assistant at Southern Connecticut State University. He also served as the assistant for athlete development with the Nutmeg State Games. Sweeten graduated from New Hampshire College, now Southern New Hampshire University, in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in sport management with a concentration in marketing and promotions. He currently resides in Wallingford, Conn.

Ross Bennett Graduate Assistant Office Phone: 203-582-5387 Email: ross.bennett@quinnipiac.edu Ross Bennett begins his second year as a graduate assistant in the sports information department. A 2010 graduate of Union College, Bennett is currently pursuing a master’s degree in business

administration at Quinnipiac. Bennett is responsible for all media relations efforts for Quinnipiac’s nationallly-ranked women’s ice hockey team, as well as the 2011 NEC Champion women’s lacrosse team, in addition to men’s soccer, acrobatics & tumbling and women’s rugby.

Lindsay Oliveri Graduate Assistant Office Phone: 203-582-5387 Email: lindsay.oliveri@quinnipiac.edu Lindsay Oliveri begins her second year as a graduate assistant in the sports information department. A 2010 graduate of Quinnipiac, Oliveri was also a student-athlete on the women’s soccer team. Oliveri is currently pursuing a master’s degree in public relations at Quinnipiac. Oliveri is responsible for all sports information efforts for six-time NEC Champion women’s cross country, men’s cross country, women’s soccer, women’s basketball, women’s indoor and outdoor track and women’s softball.

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The 2010-11 Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey team won their second Nutmeg Classic Championship in program history. The team was presented with the trophy during halftime of a men’s basketball game against the University of Rhode Island that was nationally-televised by New England Sports Network (NESN) from the TD Bank Sports Center on the York Hill Campus of Quinnipiac University.

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Rick Seeley Head Coach Fourth Season Elmira ’87

Now entering his fourth season, Rick Seeley has quickly turned the Bobcats into a perennial contender, enhancing his reputation as one of the best program builders and strongest coaches in all of college hockey. In just three years, Seeley has transformed a team that, in his first season, won just three games, into an ECAC Hockey powerhouse prepared to annually compete for league and national championships. Last season, the Bobcats once again set a program record for wins, advanced to the ECAC Hockey Semifinals for the first time, and garnered the team’s first-ever conference player of the year award. Over the past two seasons, only six other teams in Division I women’s ice hockey can match Quinnipiac’s 41 wins. Seeley became the third head coach in the history of the women’s hockey program on April 8, 2008, and since then the Bobcats have compiled more wins than any previous three-year period in the program’s history. Described as a driven, hard-working individual, Seeley has instilled those same qualities in every team he has coached. He established a template for success and built his reputation starting women’s hockey programs at Division III Manhattanville College and Division I Clarkson University. His last year at both schools remain the best individual seasons, in terms of winning percentage, in program history. In his quest to revive the Quinnipiac program, that model has continued to produce great results. Last season, the 22-12-2 team set a new program record for wins, won their first playoff series with a two game sweep at Princeton, and captured the Nutmeg Classic Championship. Freshman forward Kelly Babstock led all NCAA rookies in goals, assists, and points to earn both ECAC Rookie of the Year and Player of the Year honors. Babstock was the second consecutive Rookie of the Year recruited by Coach Seeley, following goaltender Victoria Vigilanti’s 2010 win. Additionally, the ECAC named Seeley a finalist for its Coach of the Year award. All of this comes closely on the heels of a fantastic 2009-2010 campaign, in which the ECAC Hockey League and the New England Hockey Writers’ Association honored Coach Seeley as their Division I Coach of the Year after leading the Bobcats to their first-ever ECAC Hockey Playoff appearance. With 16 more wins than the previous year, the team’s 19-10-8 record signified the greatest single season turn-around in men’s or women’s college hockey history. Among many other firsts, the team hosted a home playoff series after finishing tied for 3rd place in the ECAC regular season, having never finished higher than 9th in any previous season. Quinnipiac also received votes in the USCHO.com and USA Today Division I national polls

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for six straight weeks. The team rose to 10th and captured the program’s first spot in the national Top-10 on March 1, 2010. Attention to detail, hard work, and a willingness to play team defense define Coach Seeley’s teams. The Bobcats have quickly become one of the top defensive teams in the nation. They won the first NCAA Statistical Championship in program history during the 2009-10 season, holding the opposition to 1.38 goals per game to lead the nation in Scoring Defense. The Bobcats held opposing teams to just 51 goals in 2009-10. Limiting scoring chances and goals has keyed the Bobcats revival. The year before Seeley’s arrival, only two seasons before leading the nation, the Bobcats ranked dead last in Scoring Defense among all teams playing a full Division I schedule. They reaffirmed the coach’s commitment to defense last season, finishing 3rd in the nation in Scoring Defense, while Victoria Vigilanti tied for the national lead in Shutouts with 9. Quinnipiac has also made great strides on special teams under Seeley’s leadership. Being the least penalized team in all of college hockey the last two seasons has certainly helped the penalty-kill. Before his arrival, the team ranked 32nd of 34 teams in penalty kill and were the 6th most penalized team. During the 2010-11 year, the team’s 89.7% kill rate ranked 4th in the nation, after ranking 3rd the previous season. Things have also gone well on the offensive side. The power play has jumped from 30 of 34 teams up to 8th in his first three seasons. Prior to his arrival at Quinnipiac, Coach Seeley spent six years leading the women’s team at Clarkson University. Named the program’s first head coach in the fall of 2002, he ushered in the varsity program, and in the Golden Knights first five seasons, compiled a 93-67-18 (.573) overall record. The Green and Gold earned ECAC Playoff berths in their first four seasons in the conference. Kira Hurley was named 2006 ECAC Hockey Goalie of the Year. Lindsay Williams won the prestigious 2008 Sarah Devens Award. In his final season, 2007-08, the team went 24-9-5 and was knocking on the door of the NCAA Tournament finishing the season ranked 8th and 9th in the two national polls. As the first coach of the Manhattanville College women’s program, he achieved similar early success, assembling four outstanding recruiting classes and guiding the program to national prominence at the Division III level. During his three seasons at Manhattanville (1999-2002) Seeley led the Valiants to a 54-16-4 overall record. In 2001-02, Manhattanville went 23-2-2, including an undefeated run in conference play, and advanced to the NCAA Division III National Championship Game. That year Manhattanville was ranked as high as No. 2 in the national polls following its win over then-No. 1 Middlebury College. In the process, the Valiants ended Middlebury’s 136-game, seven-year winning streak versus Division III opponents. Seeley was named ECAC East Coach of the Year and runner-up for National Coach of the Year. Off the ice, Seeley has coached more than 50 student-athletes at Quinnipiac, and previously at Clarkson, who were honored by ECAC Hockey for their academic success. This past season, Quinnipiac’s 14 members of the league All-Academic Team had them tied for the 2nd most honorees in the conference. In 2006 and 2007, he successfully mentored an eventual two-time finalist for The Hockey Humanitarian Award, presented annually to “college hockey’s finest citizen.”

During his career Seeley has crafted an extensive background in the sport at numerous levels, including as an assistant coach at two NCAA Division III men’s ice hockey programs: Hobart College (1987-93) and Rochester Institute of Techonology (1997-98). He helped Hobart advance to the program’s first-ever two postseason appearances, and recruited two future All-Americans at RIT while advancing to the 1998 NCAA Division III Quarterfinals. He was recently named to the NCAA Division I Women’s Ice Hockey Committee in July of 2011. Seeley currently resides in Middletown, Conn. with his wife Chapel and his sons, Bodin and Kade.

>> The Rick Seeley File • Led team to a program record 22 wins in 2010-11 as the Bobcats advanced to the ECAC Hockey Semifinals for the first time in program history. • Guided Quinnipiac to a 16-game improvement from 2008–09 (3-26-5) to 2009–10 (19-10-8) • Led Quinnipiac to its first ECAC Hockey Tournament in program history, hosting a Quarterfinal Series against Rensselaer at the TD Bank Sports Center • 2009–10 ECAC Hockey Coach of the Year • 2009–10 All-New England Coach of the Year and American Hockey Coaches Association Runner-up for Coach of the Year • In 2009–10 Quinnipiac received votes in the USCHO. com and USA Today Division I Women’s Ice Hockey weeky polls before earning a Top-10 ranking on March 1 for the first time in program history. • Bobcats won their first NCAA Statistical Championship in program history after leading the nation in Scoring Defense. The Bobcats allowed just 1.38 goals per game. • Quinnipiac has logged the fewest penalty minutes per game in all of college hockey for the last two years • First head coach in history of Clarkson (Div. I) and Manhattanville (Div. III) women’s ice hockey programs • Guided Golden Knights to playoffs in first four seasons as ECAC Hockey member • Reached 2008 ECAC Tournament Semifinals and finished fourth in conference during 2007–08 regular season

Rick Seeley’s Head Coaching Record Season Team Overall Non-Conference Conference Finish Manhattanville (Div. III) Team Not Active 1998–99 1999–2000 Manhattanville 15–8–0 15–8–0 Independent N/A 2000–01 Manhattanville 16–6–2 1–2–0 15–4–2 ECAC East Semis Manhattanville 23–2–2 5–2–0 18–0–2 NCAA Finals 2001–02 Clarkson (Div. I) Team Not Active 2002–03 2003–04 Clarkson 16–12–3 16–12–3 Independent N/A 2004–05 Clarkson 13–17–6 6–5–5 7–12–1 ECAC Quarters Clarkson 22–14–1 10–6–1 12–8–0 ECAC Quarters 2005–06 Clarkson 18–15–3 8–5–1 10–10–2 ECAC Quarters 2006–07 Clarkson 24–9–5 11–3–2 13–6–3 ECAC Semis 2007–08 2008–09 Quinnipiac 3–26–5 1–11–0 2–15–5 11th Quinnipiac 19-10-8 7-4-1 12-4-7 ECAC Quarters 2009-10 Quinnipiac 22-12-3 10-3-2 12-9-1 ECAC Semis 2010-11 Quinnipiac 44-48-16 (.401) 18-18-3 26-28-13 TOTALS Manhattanville 54-16-4 (.757) 21-12-0 33-4-4 Clarkson 93-67-18 (.573) 51-31-12 42-3606 ECAC Hockey 137-115-34 68-39-15 56-49-14 191-131-37 (.572) 100-62-16 101-68-23 Overall

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Cassandra Turner Associate Head Coach Fourth Season Brown ’03/Elmira ’07

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assandra Turner begins her fourth season with the Bobcats and first as the associate head coach. She joined Quinnipiac after holding a similar position with ECAC Hockey member institution Colgate University. Her responsibilities at Quinnipiac include working with the Bobcats’ defensive unit, as well as video breakdown, recruiting and compliance. Turner’s influence on the Quinnipiac program has been clear from the start. Since arriving on campus, Turner has brought her extensive experience to the Bobcats’ >> The Cassandra Turner File • Named associate head coach prior to the start of the 2011-12 season. Third season as assistant coach for Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey • Previously served as an assistant at Colgate University. As Colgate’s women’s ice hockey academic monitor, Turner guided 12 players to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team • Assistant coach for the Silver Medal-winning Team Canada U-18 at 2011 World Championship • Began her college coaching career as an assistant coach at Elmira College • Helped guide the 2006-07 Elmira team to a 19-5-3 overall record as it finished the season ranked fifth in the national coaches poll • Was a two-time All-ECAC and All-Ivy League selection as a player at Brown University • Played for the Team Canada Under-22 Team in the Air Canada Cup Championship in 2003 • Helped the Toronto Aeros of the National Women’s Hockey League (NWHL) to a regular-season championship and the Esso Women’s National Championship • Earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Brown University in 2003 and a master’s degree in education from Elmire College in 2007

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on special teams and on defense. Over the past two years, Quinnipiac went from having the most penalty minutes per game in 2007–08 in ECAC Hockey to the fewest in the nation for the last two years. Aside from her coaching abilities, Turner has brought much more to the women’s ice hockey program at Quinnipiac. As a former student-athlete herself, Turner serves as a role model for the women’s team. A former assistant captain for the Team Ontario Under-18 Gold Medalist team, Turner went on to a successful collegiate career at Brown University. While at Brown, Turner led the Bears to two Ivy League and ECAC Championships while also helping to guide the team to the NCAA Finals. Turner also was named to the All-Ivy League and All-ECAC First Team in 2001–02 as well as being named to the New England Hockey Writers All-Star Team. The following season, Turner was an All-Ivy and All-ECAC Second-Team selection and was named the team’s Most Valuable Defensive Player. Turner’s playing career continued as she won the Air Canada Cup Championship in 2003 as a member of the Team Canada Under-22 team. In 2003–04, Turner helped the Toronto Aeros of the NWHL to the regular season championship before clinching the Esso Women’s National Championship. The following season, the Aeros would repeat as national champions as Turner was named the Most Sportsmanlike Player. Turner graduated from Brown University in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology, and earned a master’s degree in education from Elmira College in 2007.

Paul Nemetz-Carlson Assistant Coach First Season Bates ‘98

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familiar face around campus, Paul Nemetz-Carlson returns to Quinnipiac as the Assistant Women’s Ice Hockey Coach, a position he previously held during the University’s inaugural Division I campaign in 2001-2002. He brings over 13 years of experience within the female game to the Bobcat staff, including five years as a successful Division III head coach, three leading a strong prep program and extensive time an assistant coach with two programs in the ECAC Hockey League. From 2008 to 2011, Nemetz-Carlson served as the recruiting coordinator and assistant coach at Yale University. He managed both forwards and defensemen as part of in game duties. His principal responsibilities included recruiting, opponent scouting, directing the penaltykill unit, and serving as the primary goaltending coach. During the 2010-2011 season, his hard work paid off as Yale’s goaltender Jackee Snikeris, earned the 2010-11 ECAC Hockey Goaltender of the Year award and freshman forward Jackie Raines, finished among the top 3 for the league’s Rookie of the Year. >> The Paul Nemetz-Carlson File • 2nd stint at Quinnipiac after serving as an assistant coach during the program’s 1st year Division I season • Served as an assistant coach with ECAC opponent Yale University from 2008-2011, and in 2002-2003. • Division III Head Coach at Elmira College from 2003 to 2008 • Posted 102-32-6 all-time record against Division I and Division III teams • Won 3 ECAC West Championships • Led Elmira to 4 NCAA Tournament appearances, 2 Final Fours, and the 2005 National Championship Game • Players have earned 6 All-American and 4 League Goalie of the Year Awards • Coached 2005 National Player of the Year, Laura Hurd. Recruited and Coached Kayla Coady for 3 years prior to her winning the 2009 National Player of the Year Award.

Prior to Yale, he spent five years leading one of the premier Division III Women’s Ice Hockey programs in the country. From 2003 to 2008, Nemetz-Carlson served as the head coach of the women’s ice hockey and women’s golf programs at Elmira College in Elmira, New York. As the head coach of the women’s hockey team, he compiled a remarkable record of 102-32-6 record against Division I and III opponents, winning three ECAC West Championships, and making four NCAA Tournament appearances - highlighted by two Final Fours and a runner-up finish in 2005 NCAA Division III National Championship. He twice earned recognition as an American Hockey Coaches Association National Coach of the Year Finalist in 2005 and 2008. While at Elmira, Nemetz-Carlson coached six different players who earned All-American honors, including the 2005 and 2009 Division III National Players of the Year. He joins the Quinnipiac staff with strong pre-existing working relationships with both Head Coach Rick Seeley and Associate Head Coach Cassandra Turner. In Nemetz-Carlson’s first home game as the Elmira College Head Coach, Coach Seeley was behind the other bench in his first year leading the Clarkson Knights. Two seasons later, Nemetz-Carlson hired Coach Turner as his assistant at Elmira College, starting her very successful coaching career. In re-uniting this coaching pair, the Bobcats hope to build on past success. During their final year together at Elmira, Coach Nemetz-Carlson and Coach Turner helped pace a young team to a 19 win season through dominant special team play. That season Elmira led the all of college hockey in penalty kill percentage at 94% and set a then NCAA Division III record with 53 power play goals. Nemetz-Carlson began his coaching career at Hebron Academy. In 2000, he led the girls’ hockey team to the Division II New England Prep School Championship and was named Hockey Night in Boston’s Division II Prep-Private Coach of the Year. While teaching middle and upper school history, he also served as the head varsity baseball and head varsity boys’ soccer coach. In addition to his team success, he has been an active member of the hockey community. The past two summers, he was selected to coach at the USA Hockey National Development Camp in Rochester, NY and has been part of the New England Region’s Hockey Development staff for the past eight summers. Nemetz-Carlson served on the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Ice Hockey Rules Committee in 2007-2008 and currently holds membership in the ECAC and the Connecticut NIHOA officiating organizations. He spent five years as a voter in the USCHO Division III National Coaches’ Poll. A native of Williamstown, Massachusetts, Nemetz-Carlson graduated in 1998 from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine. He is currently pursuing a Masters Degree in Sports Leadership at Northeastern University.

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Brijesh Patel

Strength and Conditioning Coach Fourth Season University of Connecticut ’02/’04

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rijesh Patel begins his fourth year as the athletic department’s strength and conditioning coach. Patel previously held the title of assistant strength and conditioning coach at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass. At Quinnipiac, Patel has developed extensive strength and conditioning programs for the men’s basketball, baseball, softball, men’s and women’s lacrosse, field hockey, men’s soccer, men’s and women’s tennis, in addition to the men’s and women’s ice hockey teams. Patel’s responsibilities range from weight room management to developing a nutrition program before implementing strength and conditioning programs for the Bobcats. In addition to his strength and conditioning programming, Patel provided nutrition and food supplement education to all Holy Cross student-athletes. Patel prepared several presentations for the Crusaders’ athletes while helping to develop the strength and conditioning section of the Holy Cross athletics web site. Prior to Holy Cross, Patel served as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Connecticut. While at UConn Patel worked with the women’s ice hockey, baseball, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, and women’s cross country teams. Patel also assisted with the men’s basketball and football programs. In addition to his strength and conditioning responsibilities, Patel taught a course entitled, “Fundamentals and Principles of Free Weight Training,” for which he assisting in writing a course manual. Patel also authored an article, “Time is Precious,” which was published in the January 2003 edition of Pure Power Magazine. He also has been featured as a guest speaker at several prestigious regional industry functions including the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Pennsylvania State Strength and Conditioning Clinic at Juniata College, “Be The Best” Baseball Clinic in Cherry Hill, N.J., Mike Boyle’s Functional Strength Coach Seminar and the Be Athletic Performance Symposium. In addition, Patel was a speaker at the first and second Mike Boyle Winter Seminars and has also spoken at Springfield (Mass.) College. Patel holds certifications from the NSCA, USA Weightlifting, and the Red Cross and is also SPIN certified. Patel is also the founder and partner of SB Coaches College, and My Fit Tube. Patel graduated with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology in 2002 and a master’s degree in sport management in 2004 from the University of Connecticut.

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>> Alphabetical Roster No. Name

Pos. Yr.

Ht. Hometown/Last Team

8

Kelly Babstock

So.

F

5–5

Mississauga, Ontario/Toronto Jr. Aeros/Canada U-18 National Team

29

Regan Boulton

Jr.

D

5–4

Brandon, Manitoba/Balmoral Hall/Team Manitoba

20

Anna Borgfeldt

Fr.

F

5–5

Kristianstad, Sweden/Linkoping/Sweden U–18 National Team

28

Olivia Brackett

So.

F

5–5

Coopersville, Mich./Little Caesars U–19

27

Amanda Colin

So.

F

5–4

Burnsville, Minn./Burnsville High School

2

Bethany Dymarczyk

Sr.

D

5–10 Hamden, Conn./Assabet Valley U-19

23

Kristen Eklund

Jr.

F

5–1

Barrington, R.I/Massachusetts Spitfires U-19

3

Jordan Elkins

Sr.

D

5–6

Wasilla, Alaska/Alaska Northstars U–19

11

Morgan Fritz–Ward

Fr.

F

5–7

Mason City, Iowa/Lakeville South High School

9

Breann Frykas

Jr.

F

5–5

East St. Paul, Manitoba/Univ.of Wisconsin/Canada U-18 Nat’l Team

22

Kara Gust

So.

D

5–4

Orland Park, Ill./Chicago Missio U-19

24

Megan Hagg

So.

F

5–7

Ajax, Ontario/Toronto Jr. Aeros

17

Chelsea Illchuk

Sr.

F

5–8

Lockport, Manitoba/Balmoral Hall/Team Manitoba

7

Nicole Kosta

Fr.

F

5–5

Mississauga, Ontario/Mississauga Jr. Chiefs/Team Canada U–18

78

Chelsea Laden

Fr.

G

5–8

Lakeville, Minn./Lakeville South High School

25

Brittany Lyons

Jr.

F

5–6

Canton, Mass./Assabet Valley U-19

19

Emily MacKinnon

So.

F

5–5

Kirkland, Quebec/Kent School

14

Elena Orlando

So.

F

5–7

Chico, Calif/Shattuck–St. Mary’s

6

Melissa Perry

Sr.

D

5–6

Chelsea, Mich./Little Caesars U–19

1

Micheala Spiessl

Sr.

G

5–4

Champion, Mich./Champion

13

Erica Uden Johansson

So.

F

5–7

Sundsvall, Sweden/Segeltorps/Sweden Sr. National Team

18

Felica Vieweg

Jr.

D

5–8

Port Orange, Fla./Cushing Academy

63

Victoria Vigilanti

Jr.

G

5–2

Woodbridge, Ontario/Mississauga Jr. Chiefs/Team Ontario Red

26

Kate Wheeler

Sr.

F

5–4

Oakville, Ontario/Toronto Jr. Aeros/Team Ontario Blue

4

Shelby Wignall

So.

D

5–9

Hamilton, Ontario/Stoney Creek Jr. Sabres/Team Ontario Blue

35

Ashley Winslow

So.

G

5–3

Portland, Me./St. George’s School

Head Coach: Rick Seeley (Elmira ’87/4th Season) Associate Head Coach: Cassandra Turner (Brown University ’03/4th Season) Assistant Coach: Paul Nemetz-Carlson (Bates ‘98/1st Season)

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>> Numerical Roster No. Name

Pos. Yr.

Ht. Hometown/Last Team

1

Micheala Spiessl

Sr.

G

5–4 Champion, Mich./Champion

2

Bethany Dymarczyk

Sr.

D

5–10 Hamden, Conn./Assabet Valley U-19

3

Jordan Elkins

Sr.

D

5–6 Wasilla, Alaska/Alaska Northstars U–19

4

Shelby Wignall

So.

D

5–9

6

Melissa Perry

Sr.

D

5–6 Chelsea, Mich./Little Caesars U–19

7

Nicole Kosta

Fr.

F

5–5

Mississauga, Ontario/Mississauga Jr. Chiefs/Team Canada U–18

8

Kelly Babstock

So.

F

5–5

Mississauga, Ontario/Toronto Jr. Aeros/Canada U-18 National Team

9

Breann Frykas

Jr.

F

5–5

East St. Paul, Manitoba/Univ.of Wisconsin/Canada U-18 Nat’l Team

11

Morgan Fritz–Ward

Fr.

F

5–7

Mason City, Iowa/Lakeville South High School

13

Erica Uden Johansson

So.

F

5–7

Sundsvall, Sweden/Segeltorps/Sweden Sr. National Team

14

Elena Orlando

So.

F

5–7 Chico, Calif/Shattuck–St. Mary’s

17

Chelsea Illchuk

Sr.

F

5–8

18

Felica Vieweg

Jr.

D

5–8 Port Orange, Fla./Cushing Academy

19

Emily MacKinnon

So.

F

5–5 Kirkland, Quebec/Kent School

20

Anna Borgfeldt

Fr.

F

5–5

Kristianstad, Sweden/Linkoping/Sweden U–18 National Team

22

Kara Gust

So.

D

5–4

Orland Park, Ill./Chicago Missio U-19

23

Kristen Eklund

Jr.

F

5–1

Barrington, R.I/Massachusetts Spitfires U-19

24

Megan Hagg

So.

F

5–7 Ajax, Ontario/Toronto Jr. Aeros

25

Brittany Lyons

Jr.

F

5–6 Canton, Mass./Assabet Valley

26

Kate Wheeler

Sr.

F

5–4

27

Amanda Colin

So.

F

5–4 Burnsville, Minn./Burnsville High School

28

Olivia Brackett

So.

F

5–5 Coopersville, Mich./Little Caesars U–19

29

Regan Boulton

Jr.

D

5–4

Brandon, Manitoba/Balmoral Hall/Team Manitoba

35

Ashley Winslow

So.

G

5–3

Portland, Me./St. George’s School

63

Victoria Vigilanti

Jr.

G

5–2

Woodbridge, Ontario/Mississauga Jr. Chiefs/Team Ontario Red

78

Chelsea Laden

Fr.

G

5–8

Lakeville, Minn./Lakeville South High School

Hamilton, Ontario/Stoney Creek Jr. Sabres/Team Ontario Blue

Lockport, Manitoba/Balmoral Hall/Team Manitoba

Oakville, Ontario/Toronto Jr. Aeros/Team Ontario Blue

Head Coach: Rick Seeley (Elmira ’87/4th Season) Associate Head Coach: Cassandra Turner (Brown University ’03/4th Season) Assistant Coach: Paul Nemetz-Carlson (Bates ‘98/1st Season)

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ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY CLASS Seniors: 6 Juniors: 5 Sophomores: 10 Freshman: 5 BY STATE/PROVINCE/COUNTRY Ontario, 6: Babstock, Kosta, Hagg, Vigilanti, Wheeler, Wignall Michigan, 3: Spiessl, Perry, Brackett Minnesota, 2: Colin, Laden Manitoba, 3: Frykas, Illchuk, Boulton Alaska, 1: Elkins California, 1: Orlando Connecticut, 1: Dymarczyk Florida, 1: Vieweg Iowa, 1: Fritz-Ward Illinois, 1: Gust Maine, 1: Winslow Massachusetts, 1: Lyons Quebec, 1: MacKinnon Rhode Island, 1: Eklund Sweden, 2: Borgfeldt, Uden Johansson PRONUNCIATION GUIDE 1 Spiessl Spee-sill 2 Dymarczyk duh-MARK-zik 13 Erica Uden Johansson Uh-REE-kuh OO-den Yo-HAHN-son 63 Vigilanti Vigil-ANT-ee

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ed by fourth year head coach Rick Seeley, the 2010-11 Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey team experienced another record-breaking season, setting a new program-record for wins (22) and matching the program-record for ECAC Hockey wins (12). Quinnipiac made history when it completed a twogame sweep of Princeton in the first round of the ECAC Hockey Playoffs, earning its first-ever Semi-Finals appearance. Although the Bobcats lost to eventual ECAC Hockey Tournament champions Cornell, the team gave all the Big Red could handle, narrowly falling, 4-3. The 2010-11 Bobcats were led by ECAC Hockey Player and Rookie of the Year, Kelly Babstock, as she put together the most prolific offensive season the school has ever witnessed. Breaking the program’s single season points, goals, and assists records, the program’s first-ever Player of the Year recipient finished the season with a league-best 58 points on 30 goals and 28 assists. She accounted for nearly 30 percent of the team’s goals and had 17 multi-point games throughout the season. Her numbers had her not only first in ECAC Hockey, but also atop the leader board among all NCAA skaters. Babstock led all NCAA freshmen in goals, points, and points per game (1.59), while finishing second in assists. Among all NCAA skaters, she ranked second with 10 game-winning goals on the year, while ranking 11th in the nation in points per game and goals per game The freshman hit the ice in full stride, as she registered at least one point in the first eight games of her career; a program record. On Friday, Nov. 26, 2010 in the team’s 17th game of the season against Sacred Heart, Babstock broke the program’s single-season points and assists record, while also setting a new single-game record with six points. Just two games later, she set a new program record for single-season goals on Friday, Dec. 3, 2010 against Brown. The freshman forward also received nationwide attention for her performance throughout the season. On January 17, 2011, Babstock became just the second athlete in school history to receive mention in Sports Illustrated’s Weekly publication of its “Faces In The Crowd” section. At season’s end, Babstock was named one of the 26 nominees for the prestigious Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award, presented by Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. The award is given annually to the most outstanding player in Division I Women’s Ice Hockey. Babstock was also named a First-Team All-League selection by ECAC Hockey, as well as being named the team’s Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player at the annual team banquet. She also earned the title of Quinnipiac Female Athlete of the Year at the 2010-11 Quinnipiac Athletics & Recreation Athletic Awards program. Quinnipiac looks to be in prime shape to repeat the success it experienced a season ago, as it graduated just two seniors from the squad. Returning in net is junior Victoria Vigilanti, the anchor to

a Quinnipiac defensive unit which allowed only 62 goals against for a 1.68 goals against average (both second in ECAC Hockey). Vigilanti surpassed her own career-high last season with nine shutouts on the year, a mark which also had her ranked first in among all ECAC Hockey goaltenders. Vigilanti led the league in saves (841), minutes played (2179), and wins, and finished fourth overall with a .932 save percentage. The Bobcats will once again rely on two of its returning captains from last season, seniors Jordan Elkins and Kate Wheeler. Wheeler finished the season ranked second on the team with 29 points on 12 goals and 17 assists, all personal career-highs. Elkins led the Bobcats to another defensively strong year, as the team allowed only 12 power player goals against, for a penalty kill percentage of 89.7. The Bobcats also did well to stay out of the penalty box, recording the second fewest penalty minutes among ECAC Hockey teams with 238. Sophomore Erica Uden Johansson returns to the squad following a great rookie season, as she finished third on the team in points with 25, on 11 goals and 14 assists. Uden Johansson began the season strong and recorded her first-career hat trick in just the fourth game of the season. Her contributions throughout the season remained consistent, as she recorded at least one point in 18 of the 25 games in which she saw the ice. Junior Brittany Lyons had a breakout season in 2010, setting new career-highs in points (22), goals (12) and assists (10). She finished the season strong, netting nine points in the final seven games of the year. Her most dramatic goal of the season came on Friday, Feb. 26, 2011, as her game-winning goal with five seconds remaining in the first round of the ECAC Hockey playoffs against Princeton gave the Bobcats their first victory in the series. Sophomore Amanda Colin made a fine showing in her rookie campaign, as she finished with 15 points on seven goals and eight assists. Similar to Lyons, Colin’s confidence grew as the season progressed, and tallied nearly half (seven) of her season’s points in the month of February. The defensive core for the Bobcats was one of the highest scoring defenses the program has ever seen. Senior Bethany Dymarczyk returns after leading all Quinnipiac defenders with 24 points on six goals and 18 assists. Junior Regan Boulton, who missed a portion of the season due to injury, finished with 16 points on nine goals and seven assists. Junior Felica Vieweg also adds experience to the back line, as she accumulated 10 points last season on one goal and nine assists. Seniors Melissa Perry and Chelsea Illchuk will continue to lead by their veteran example, as the two combined for 10 points on four goals and six assists during 2010. Freshmen Anna Borgfeldt, Morgan Fritz-Ward, Nicole Kosta, Chelsea Laden, as well as junior Breann Frykas all join the Bobcats this season with hopes of adding to the team’s success.

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Jordan Elkins Defenseman

Senior > Captain > 5–6 Wasilla, Alaska > Wasilla High School

As a Junior in 2010-11: Named the team captain prior to the start of the 2010-11 season...Saw action in 35 games…Recorded 13 points on five goals and eight assists…Scored her first goal of the season against Northeastern on 10/9 in a 4-0 win…Registered an assist on 11/2 in a 5-2 victory over Princeton…Assisted on the game-winning goal against Harvard on 11/12 in a 4-1 win…Scored the gamewinning goal and registered an assist in a 4-0 victory over Colgate on 11/19…Registered a goal and an assist in a 9-1 win over Sacred Heart on 11/26…Tallied an assist against Brown on 12/3 in a 4-0 win…Scored a goal against Yale in a 3-1 win on 12/4…Collected two assist on 1/29 against St. Lawrence in a 4-2 victory…Scored the game’s first goal in a 5-1 win over Rensselaer on 2/11… Earned an assist in the Semi-Finals game of the ECAC Hockey Tournament against Cornell on 3/3.

As a Sophomore in 2009–10: Played in 36 games…Registered a career high in points (nine) with one goal and eight assists…Assisted in back–to–back games on (10/30 – 10/31) against Union and RPI…Recorded an assist in a 3–3 tied against Cornell on 11/21…Assisted on the game winning goal against Wayne State on 1/22… Registered a career high with three points in a game (three assists) against Wayne State on 1/23 in a 4–1 win…Scored her first career goal on 2/20 against Brown in a 8–1 victory…Assisted on the game winning goal in a double overtime win in the tournament game against RPI on 2/26

As a Freshman in 2008–09:

>> 2010–11 SEASON HIGHS >> CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 1, five times • Assists: 2, 1/29/10 St. Lawrence • Points: 2, three times ∙ Assists: 2,

• Goals: 1, six times • Assists: 3, 1/23/10 vs. Wayne State • Points:3, 1/23/10 vs. Wayne State

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year GP G 2008-09 34 0 2009-10 36 1 2010-11 35 5 Totals 105 6

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Played in 34 goals…Totaled four assists…Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team with a 3.66 grade-point average while majoring in journalism…Her first career point came on an assist against St. Cloud State on 10/4…Had one assist against Boston University on 11/15…Recorded a point in back-to-back games with assists against Rensselaer on 12/5 and Union on 12/6.

Before Quinnipiac: A four-year member of the Wasilla Boys Varsity Hockey Team... Won three Regional Championships and finished fourth in the state during her four years with Boys Varsity Team... Played for the Alaska Northstar U-19 team... A three-year member of the softball team that won two Regional Championships... Three-time captain in softball and served as assistant captain in

hockey during her senior season... Named to the All-Region Team in hockey.

Personal: A native of Wasilla, Alaska... Daughter of Brent and Jessie Laub-Elkins... Father Brent played four years of varsity football at LSU... Has an older brother, James, and a younger sister Johnna...Majoring in broadcast journalism.

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Bethany Dymarczyk Defenseman

Senior > Assistant Captain > 5–10 Hamden, Conn. > Westminster School

As a Junior in 2010–11: : Saw action in all 37 games…Registered 24 points on six goals and 18 assists…Led all Quinnipiac defenders in points…Earned her first assist of the season on 10/2 in a 3-1 victory over Niagara… Tallied two assists on 10/10 in a 5-0 win over Sacred Heart… Collected a career-high three assists on 10/15 in a 4-2 victory over Maine…Earned one assist in a 3-3 tie against Boston College on 10/22…Assisted on the game-winning goal against Princeton in a 5-2 win on 11/2…Scored her first goal of the season against Sacred Heart on 11/26 in a 9-1 win…Assisted on the first goal of the game in a 2-1 victory over Yale on 11/27…Scored the game-winning goal and added an assist in a 4-0 win over Brown on 12/3…Assisted on the game’s first goal in a 3-1 win over Yale on 12/4…Earned an assist against Wayne State on 1/22 in a 3-0 win…Assisted on the game-winning goal against Dartmouth in a 4-0 win on 2/4…Collected two assists against Rensselaer on 2/11…Added an assist in a 4-0 win over Union on 2/12…Scored a goal and two assists, including the game-tying assist in a 3-3 tie against Brown on 2/19…Netted the team’s first goal in its 2-1 win over Princeton in the first round of the ECAC Hockey Tournament on 2/25…Netted a goal against Cornell in a 4-3 loss in the Semi-Finals of the ECAC Hockey Tournament on 3/3.

As a Sophomore in 2009–10:

>> 2010–11 SEASON HIGHS >> CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 1, six times • Assist: 3, 10/2/10 vs. Niagara • Points: 3, two times

• Goals: 1, 13 times • Assist: 3, 10/2/10 vs. Niagara • Points: 3, two times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year GP G 2008-09 34 0 2009-10 37 7 2010-11 37 6 Totals 108 13

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Played in all 37 games…Finished fourth on the team in total points with 18 (seven goals, 11 assists)…Scored in the first game of the season in a 4–1 win over Sacred Heart on 10/3…Registered her first assist of the season against Union on 10/30 in a 3–1 victory…Had a goal and an assist in a 6–1 victory of RPI on 10/31… Scored back–to–back game winning goals (11/7 and 11/14) against Yale and Dartmouth…Picked up an assist against Harvard in 2–7 loss on 11/15…Recorded two assists in an 11–1 win over Sacred Heart on 11/28…Registered an assist on 12/5 against St. Lawrence in a 2–2 tie…Assisted on the game winning goal in a 1–0 victory over Harvard on 1/9…Recorded an assist on the game winning goal against Syracuse in a 2–1 victory on 1/16…Picked up an assist on 1/23 against Wayne State in a 4–1 win…Scored a goal in a 2–1 victory over St. Lawrence on 2/12…Had an assist in a 1–1 tie against Clarkson on 2/13…Scored against Brown in a 8–1 victory on 2/20…Scored against RPI on 2/28 in a 1–2 loss.

As a Freshman in 2008–09: Played in 34 games as a freshman…Saw increased playing time on defense as the season progressed.

Before Quinnipiac: Played for the Westminster School and the Assabet U-19 Red team...Played varsity ice hockey, lacrosse, softball and soccer at the Westminster School...Team Most Valuable Player in ice hockey for both 2006-07 and 2007-08 seasons...Three-time All-League soccer selection from 2005 through 2007...Two-time All-State soccer selection in 2006 and 2007...Soccer Team Most Valuable Player in 2006 and 2007...Two-time softball team captain in 2007 and 2008...Won the Bryan T. Bruyette Senior Athletic Award and was a 2008 Westminster Alumni Scholar...Member of the 2007 and 2008 Founders League Ice Hockey Championship teams and the 2007 and 2008 Founders League Softball Championship teams as well as the Western New England Championship team in 2008.

Personal: A native of Hamden, Connecticut...Daughter of Marsha and Joe Dymarczyk...Has an older brother, Ryan...majoring in math education.

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Kate Wheeler Forward

Senior > Assistant Captain > 5–4 Oakville, Ontario > Oakville Trafalgar High School

As a Junior in 2010-11: Saw action in all 37 games…Finished second on the team in points (12 goals, 17 assists…Was a three-time ECAC Hockey/MLX Skates Player of the Week recipient…Recorded two goals in the first game of the season against Niagara in a 3-0 win on 10/1…Assisted on the game-winning goal against Niagara in a 3-1 win on 10/2… Scored a goal against Northeastern on 10/9 in a 4-0 team victory… Tallied an assist in a 4-2 victory over Maine on 10/15…Netted two goals, including the game-tying goal against Boston College in a 3-3 tie on 10/22…Recorded the team’s lone goal in a 5-1 loss against Cornell on 10/29…Collected an assists against Union on 11/5 in a 3-2 win…Picked up two assists in a 4-1 victory over Harvard on 11/12…Picked up an assist on back-to-back games against Dartmouth (11/13) and Colgate (11/15)…Tallied a career-high four points (one goal, three assists) on 11/26 in a 9-1 victory over Sacred Heart…Scored the first goal in a 2-1 win over Yale on 11/27... Grabbed an assist on 12/4 in a 3-1 victory over Yale…Assisted on the game-winning goal in a thrilling 3-2 overtime win over Clarkson on 1/8…Scored two goals, including the game-winning tally in a 3-0 victory over Wayne State on 1/22…Tallied an assist against Clarkson on 1/28…Scored a goal in back-to-back games against St. Lawrence (1/29) and Dartmouth (2/4), in which the team won both games, 4-2 and 4-0, respectively…Matched her season high with three assists in a 5-1 win over Rensselaer on 2/11…Picked up an assist against Union on 2/12 in a 4-0 victory.

As a Sophomore in 2009–10:

>> 2010–11 SEASON HIGHS >> CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 2, three times • Assists:3, two times • Points: 4, 11/26/10 vs. Sacred Heart

• Goals: 2, four times • Assists: 3, two times • Points:4, 11/26/10 vs. Sacred Heart

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year GP G A PTS PIM 2008–09 34 1 3 4 10 2009-10 37 4 10 14 10 2010-11 37 12 17 29 12 Totals 108 17 30 47 32

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Saw Action in all 37 games…Finished fourth on the team in points (four goals, 10 assists)…Recorded an assist on the first game of the season against Sacred Heart in a 4–1 victory on 10/3…Assisted on the game winning goal in a 1–0 score against Northeastern on 10/17…Recorded an assist against Union on 10/30 in a 3-0 victory…Assisted on both goals in a 2–1 victory over Yale on 11/7… Registered an assist on 11/15 against Harvard…Netted a seasonhigh two goals against Sacred Heart on 11/28 in an 11-1 victory… Recorded an assist against Princeton in a 2–2 tie on 12/31…Picked up the game winning assist in a 1–0 win over Harvard on 1/8… Earned an assist against Wayne State on 1/22 in a 2-1 victory… Tallied the winning goal against Union on 1/30 in a 3-1 win… Registered a goal and an assist against Brown in a 1–1 victory on 2/20.

As a Freshman in 2008–09: Overcame a preseason injury to play in 34 games…Had one goal and three assists for four points…Recorded her first career points against Colgate on 11/7 with a goal and an assist in a 3–2 win…Had an assist against Wayne State on 11/29…Had one assist against St. Lawrence on 2/13.

Before Quinnipiac: A three-sport athlete at Oakville Trafalgar High School in ice hockey, rugby and volleyball... Named Female Athlete of the Year during her senior season... Recipient of the 2004 Coach’s Award in hockey... Won a gold medal as a member of the Provincial Championship team of Ontario in 2002... Member of the team that claimed the championship at the 2008 Aeros Tournament...Also played for Team Ontario in 2005 and 2007...Captained that team in 2007.

Personal: A native of Oakville, Ontario...Daughter of Lori and Peter Wheeler... Has one older brother, Stephen...Honor roll student at Oakville Trafalgar...Majoring in biomedical marketing.

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Chelsea Illchuk Forward

Senior > 5–8 Lockport, Manitoba > Balmoral Hall

As a Junior in 2010-11:

Saw action in all 37 games…Collected six points on the season with two goals and four assists…Tallied her first assist of the season on 10/10 in a 5-0 victory over Sacred Heart…Assisted on the gamewinning goal against Princeton in a 5-2 victory on 11/2…Scored the game’s first goal in a 4-1 win over Harvard on 11/12…Collected an assist on 11/26 against Sacred Heart in a 9-1 victory…Scored a goal in a 4-0 win over Brown on 12/3…Tallied an assist on 2/19 in a 3-3 tied against Brown.

As a Sophomore in 2009–10:

Saw action in all 37 games…Matched her career high with six points on the season (three goals, three assists)…Recorded a career–high two assists on 10/31 against RPI in a 6–1 victory…Scored her first goal of the season in a 2–1 win over Dartmouth on 11/14…Assisted on the game–winning goal against Dartmouth on 1/8 in a 2–1 win… Scored a goal against Brown in a 8–1 victory on 2/20…Scored the game winning goal in a double–overtime win in the tournament game against RPI on 2/26.

As a Freshman in 2008–09:

Named the Bobcats’ Rookie of the Year as a freshman in 2008–09… Led all freshman skaters with five goals, while also ranking third on the team…Also passed out one assist…Totaled six points for the year, good for seventh on the team…Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team after carrying a 3.16 GPA…Scored her first career goal against Vermont on 11/14…Had a goal against Princeton on 12/2…Scored in back-to-back games for the first time in her career with a goal against Yale on 1/31 and an assist against Cornell on 2/6 in a 4–4 tie…Scored once against St. Lawrence on 2/13… Scored against Brown on 2/21.

Before Quinnipiac: >> 2010–11 SEASON HIGHS >> CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 1, two times • Assist: 1, four times • Points: 1, six times

• Goals: 1, 10 times • Assist: 2, 10/31/09 vs. RPI • Points: 2, 10/31/09 vs. RPI

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year GP G 2008-09 34 5 2009-10 37 3 2010-11 37 2 Totals 108 10

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Played for Balmoral Hall Blazers Prep team... Assistant captain on the Balmoral Hall Blazers Prep Team in 2007-08... Voted assistant captain by team for Nationals in Kitchener, Ontario in 2007... Assistant captain Lord Selkirk Regional High School Female Hockey Team 2005-2006... Member of the WMHA Midget AA Female “All-Star” Team in 2006... Member of the WMHA Bantam AA Female “All-Star” Team in 2004-2005... Selkirk Fishermen AA Female Team Captain in 2004-2005 and MVP for the year 2003-2004... WMHA Female “All-Star” Team in 2003... Manitoba Thunder U15 Assistant Captain during summer league of 2002-2003... Played with Team Manitoba and finished third place at Nationals in Kitchener, Ontario in November 2007... Competed in Canada Winter Games with

Team Manitoba in March 2007, winning the silver medal and giving Manitoba its best finish ever in the competition... With the Balmoral Hall AAA Prep Team during the 2006-07 season, played 55 games against US Universities, U-19 prep schools and the top U-18 Canadian Teams.

Personal: A native of Lockport, Manitoba...Daughter of Laurel and Jeff Illchuk...Has two older sisters, Jenna and Ashley, and one younger brother, Brendyn...Sister, Jenna, played ice hockey at the University of Manitoba...Majoring in psychology.

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Melissa Perry Defenseman

Senior > 5–6 Chelsea, Mich. > Little Caesars U-19

As a Junior in 2010-11: Saw action in 34 games…Scored two goals and two assists on the season…Her first goal of the season, which came on 11/26 against Sacred Heart, proved to be the game-winning goal in a 9-1 win… She collected an assist on 1/22 against Wayne State in a 3-0 victory…She registered a goal and assisted on the game-winning goal in a 4-2 win over St. Lawrence on 1/29.

As a Sophomore in 2009–10: Saw action in 36 games…Scored one goal and three assists on the season…Assisted on the game-winning goal against Northeastern on 10/17 in a 1-0 victory…Scored the game-tying goal in a 1-1 tie against Colgate on 11/20…Recorded an assist in an 11-1 victory over Sacred Heart on 11/28…Registered an assist in a 2-1 victory over St. Lawrence on 2/12.

As a Freshman in 2008–09: Played in 34 games as a freshman…Led all Quinnipiac freshmen with eight assists…Carried a team-high 3.85 grade-point average in physical therapy, earning her a spot on the ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team…Picked up her first collegiate point against Syracuse on 10/17 in a 4–2 win…Had an assist against Harvard on 10/31… Had one assist against Cornell on 11/8 in a 2–2 tie… Recorded a point in back-to-back games for the first time in her career with a helper against Wayne State on 11/29 and Princeton on 12/2…Picked up a point against Dartmouth on 1/2 in a 1–1 tie… Helped the Bobcats to a 3–3 tie with an assist against Rensselaer on 1/10…Also had one assist against Dartmouth on 2/7.

Before Quinnipiac:

>> 2010–11 SEASON HIGHS >> CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 1, three times • Assist: 1, two times • Points: 2, 1/29/11 vs St. Lawrence

• Goals: 1, three times • Assist: 1, 13 times • Points: 2, 1/29/11 vs St. Lawrence

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year GP G 2008-09 34 0 2009-10 36 1 2010-11 34 2 Totals 104 3

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Suited up for the Little Caesars U-19 team that won the North American Hockey Academy Tournament Championship, the Junior Women’s Hockey League Tournament Championship while also winning the Junior Women’s Hockey League Challenge Cup… Earned Honorable Mention honors for the Midwest Elite Hockey League…Served as captain or assistant captain for each of her four seasons.

Personal: Daughter of Mark and Charlotte Perry...One older brother, Matt...Majoring in physical therapy…Father played hockey at the University of Michigan...Graduated Summa Cum Laude from Chelsea High School, while earning the Excellence in Physics and French awards...A native of Chelsea, Mich.

Mic Spiessl Goalie

Senior > 5–4 Champion, Mich. > Champion High School

As a Junior in 2010–11: Saw action in one game during the season against Sacred Heart on 11/26…Made one save on the season.

As a Sophomore: Did not record any playing time

Before Quinnipiac: Attended Champion High School...Was a member of the Marquette Electricians AA Midget squad...Was runner-up in the district 8 championship.

Personal: A native of Champion, Michigan...Daughter of Peter and Danielle Spiessl...Has older sisters Hilija and Heidi, two younger sisters Maureen and Anija and a younger brother Max...Majoring in political science.

>> 2010–11 SEASON HIGHS • Saves: 1, 11/26/10 vs. Sacred Heart • Least Goals Allowed: 0, one time • Most Goals Allowed: N/A

>> CAREER HIGHS • Saves: 1, 11/26/10 vs. Sacred Heart • Least Goals Allowed: Allowed: 0, one times • Most Goals Allowed: N/A

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year GP W-L-T SVS 2009-10 N/A 0-0-0 N/A 2010-11 1 0-0-0 1 Totals 1 0-0-0 1

SV% GAA N/A N/A 1.000 0.00 1.000 0.00

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Felica Vieweg Defenseman

Junior > 5–8 Port Orange, Fla. > Cushing Academy

As a Sophomore in 2010–11: Played in all 37 games…Registered 10 points on one goal and nine assists…Tallied an assist in the first game of the season on 10/1 in a 3-0 win over Niagara…Recorded an assist on 10/9 in a 4-0 win over Northeastern…Assisted on the game-tying goal against Boston College in a 3-3 tie on 10/22…Collected an assist on 11/19 in a 4-0 win over Colgate…Earned an assist on 11/26 in a 9-1 victory over Sacred Heart…Tallied an assist in a 3-1 win over Yale on 12/4…Collected an assist in back-to-back games against St. Lawrence (1/8) and Clarkson (1/9) in identical 3-2 victories…Scored her first goal of the season on 2/4 in a 4-0 win over Dartmouth…Picked up an assist on the first goal scored on 2/26 in a 2-0 win over Princeton in the ECAC Hockey tournament game.

As a Freshman in 2009–10: Saw action in all 37 games…Registered seven points on the season (two goals, five assists)…Registered her first career assist against Boston College on 10/16 in a 1–1 tie…Scored her first career goal on 10/24 against Niagara in a 1–2 loss…Picked up assists in back– to–back games (11/28–12/4) against Sacred Heart and Clarkson… Registered an assist on 2/6 against Colgate in a 1–2 victory… Scored the game–winning goal against St. Lawrence on 2/12… Picked up an assist on 2/26 in the tournament game against RPI in a 2–1 victory.

Before Quinnipiac:

Played for Cushing Academy for four years…Three-time team top defensive award winner…Two-time All-Tournament Team selection…Senior captain…Also played four years of field hockey and two years of girls lacrosse and softball…Won the field hockey team sportsmanship award as a freshman…Won the Most Improved Player Award as a freshman and sophomore for the girls lacrosse team.

Personal:

Daughter of Barbara and Paul Moge…Has one older sister, Kristina… Plans to major in sports medicine…Born in Port Orange, Fla.

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>> 2010–11 SEASON HIGHS >> CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 1, one time • Assists:1, nine timess • Points: 1, 10 times

• Goals: 1, three times • Assists: 1, 14 times • Points: 1, 17 times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year GP G A PTS PIM 2009-10 37 2 5 7 20 2010-11 37 1 9 10 6 Totals 74 3 14 17 26

Kristen Eklund Forward

Junior > 5–1 Barrington, Mass. > Massachusetts Spitfires

As a Sophomore in 2010–11: Saw action in 36 games…Scored one goal and two assists on the season…Tallied her first assist of the season on 10/10 in a 5-0 win over Sacred Heart…Earned an assist on 10/30 in a 2-1 loss to Colgate…Scored a goal on 11/26 in a 9-1 victory over Sacred Heart.

As a Freshman in 2009–10: Played in 34 games…Registered six goals and five assists…Scored three goals and one assist against Sacred Heart on 11/28…Scored two goals and one assist against Syracuse on 1/15…Had an assist on the game winning goal on 1/22 against Wayne State… Registered a goal on 1/23 against Wayne State in a 4–1 victory… Assisted on the game winning goal against Yale on 2/19 in a 1–0 victory…Assisted on the game winning goal in a double overtime win in the tournament game against RPI on 2/26.

Before Quinnipiac: Played for the Massachusetts Spitfires Women’s Ice Hockey club team…Played in the 2006 USA National Championships in Buffalo, N.Y. ...Three-time Massachusetts State Championship finalist… Attended the Under-17 USA National Development Program in 2008…Selected for the 2008 Yankee Conference festival…Played one season at Barrington High School…Honored with the JP Medeiros Jr. Memorial Hockey Award…2009 Rhode Island All-Division and All-State.

Personal: Daughter of Eileen and Carl Eklund…Has three older brothers, Kurt, Erik and Peter…Plans to major in health sciences…Born in Barrington, Mass.

>> 2010–11 SEASON HIGHS >> CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 1, 11/26/10 vs. Sacred Heart • Assists: 1, two times • Points: 1, three times

• Goals: 3, 11/28/09 vs. Sacred Heart • Assists: 1, seven times • Points: 1, seven times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year GP G 2009-10 34 6 2010-11 36 1 Totals 70 7

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Brittany Lyons Forward Junior > 5–6 Canton, Mass. > Assabet Valley

As a Sophomore in 2010-11:

>> 2010–11 SEASON HIGHS >> CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 1, 12 times • Assists: 2, two times • Points: 3, 2/12/11 vs Union

• Goals: 1, 16 times • Assists: 3, 2/20/10 vs. Brown • Points: 3, two times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year GP G A PTS PIM 2009-10 32 4 5 9 10 2010-11 37 12 10 22 10 Totals 69 16 15 31 20

Saw action in all 37 games…Tallied 22 points on 12 goals and 10 assists on the season…Scored a goal on 10/16 in a 4-2 loss to Maine… Added a goal on 11/2 in a 5-2 win over Princeton…Earned two assists in a 4-0 victory over Colgate on 11/19…Scored a goal against Sacred Heart on 11/26 in a 9-1 win…Netted her first game-winning goal of the season against Yale in the Championship Game of the Nutmeg Classic Tournament on 11/27…Scored a goal and assisted on the gamewinning goal against St. Lawrence on 1/7 in a 3-2 win…Netted the game-winning goal and added an assist in a 4-2 win over St. Lawrence on 1/29…Registered one goal and two assists on 2/12 in a 4-0 victory over Union…Factored in both goals, including scoring the game-winning goal with five seconds remaining in regulation, in the team’s 2-1 win over Princeton in the first game of the ECAC Hockey Playoffs on 2/25…Scored a goal against Cornell on 3/3 in a 4-3 loss.

As a Freshman in 2009–10: Saw action in 32 games…Registered nine points on the season (four goals, five assists)…Scored a goal in her first career game on 10/3 in a 4–1 victory over Sacred Heart…Scored the game–tying goal against Boston College on 10/16 in a 1–1 game…Picked up an assist in a 2–3 defeat to Niagara on 10/23…Netted the game winning goal against Dartmouth in a 2–1 victory on 1/8…Assisted on the winning goal in a 2–1 victory over Colgate on 2/6…Recorded the game–tying goal in a 1–1 game against Clarkson on 2/13…Registered a season high three assists against Brown on 2/20 in an 8–1 victory.

Before Quinnipiac: Played for Assabet Valley… Played on five state championship teams, as well as one national championship team…Before Assabet, she played for Canton (Mass.) High School…Totaled 300 goals and 50 assists at Canton…Played hockey and lacrosse at The Winchendon School (postgrad) for one year…Four-time Southeastern Massachusetts All-Star… Three-Year Boston Globe All-Scholastic selection…Four-year Boston Herald All-Scholastic honoree…Two-time team Offensive Player of the Year…Two-time selection to Olympic Training Center…Named Most Valuable Player of Team Massachusetts.

Personal: Daughter of Wendy and Gene Lyons…Has two older brothers, Gene and Brandon…Has one younger sister, Brianna…Majoring in business…Born in Canton, Mass.

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Regan Boulton Defenseman

Junior > 5–4 Brandon, Manitoba > Balmoral Hall

As a Sophomore in 2010-11: Saw action in 28 games…Was a ECAC Hockey/MLX Skates Player of the Week on 10/19…Registered 16 points on the season on nine goals and seven assists…Scored the game-winning goal against Niagara on 10/2 in a 3-1 victory…Recorded an assist in consecutive games against Northeastern (10/9) and Sacred Heart (10/10), as the team skated to a respective 4-0 and 5-0 victories…Netted her first-career hat trick and added an assist in a 4-2 win over Maine on 10/15…Added an assist against Maine on 10/16 in a 4-2 defeat…Tallied two goals in a 5-2 win over Princeton on 11/2…Registered a goal against Colgate on 11/19 in a 4-0 victory…Earned an assist in consecutive games against St. Lawrence (1/7) and Clarkson (1/8), as the team skated to a 3-2 victory in both games…Netted the team’s lone goal in a 2-1 loss against Wayne State on 1/21…Earned an assist against Rensselaer on 1/11 in a 5-1 victory…Scored the game-tying goal in a 3-3 tie against Brown on 2/19.

As a Freshman in 2009-10: Defender saw action in all 37 games… Registered one goal and nine assists…Picked up her first assist of the season on 10/23 in a 2-3 loss to Niagara…Recorded the game tying assist on 12/5 against St. Lawrence in a 2-2 tie…Scored her first career goal against Princeton on 12/31…Recorded an assist in three consecutive games, including one each in a weekend series at Syracuse (Jan. 15-16) and another against Wayne State (Jan. 22)…Assisted on 1/30 against Union in a 3-1 victory…Registered a season high two assists against Brown on 2/20 in an 8-1 victory…Assisted in a 1-2 loss in against RPI on 2/28.

Before Quinnipiac: Played for Balmoral Hall…Played prep hockey, badminton and dragon boat for two years…Also played soccer for one year…Had 15 goals and 26 assists for Balmoral Hall…Team assistant captain in 2009… Team Most Valuable Player in 2009…Named Balmoral Hall Varsity Athlete of the Year…Three-time Honor Roll selection in

2007, 2008 and 2009.

Personal: Daughter of Kim and Nigel Boulton…Has one older brother, Matt… Undecided on a major…Born in Brandon, Manitoba.

>> 2010–11 SEASON HIGHS >> CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 3, 10/15/10 vs. Maine • Goals: 3, 10/15/10 vs. Maine • Assist: 1, seven times

• Goals: 3, 10/15/10 vs. Maine • Goals: 3, 10/15/10 vs. Maine • Assist: 1, seven times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year GP G 2009-10 37 1 2010-11 28 9 Totals 65 10

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Victoria Vigilanti Goalie

Junior > 5–2 Woodbridge, Ontario > Mississauga Jr. Chiefs

As a Sophomore in 2010–11: Played in 36 games…Was named to the All-ECAC Hockey Third Team…Ranked first among all ECAC Hockey goaltenders with nine shutouts, 841 saves, and 2179 minutes played…Was a five-time ECAC Hockey/MLX Skates Goaltender of the Week recipient…Named a top-three finalist for ECAC Hockey Goaltender of the Year…Began the season with three shutouts in the first four games played…Stopped 20 shots in a 3-0 shut-out in the Bobcats’ season-opener against Niagara on Oct. 1...Held the Purple Eagles to one goal, while stopping 24 shots, on the following night ina 3-1 win...Blanked Northeastern and Sacred Heart on consecutive nights, Oct. 9-10, registering 27 and 13 saves, respectively...Stopped 24 shots against Princeton on Nov. 2 in a 5-2 victory...Followed that performance with an 18-save showing against Union in a 3-2 victory on Nov. 5...Stopped 27 of 28 shots on goal in a 4-1 win against Harvard on Nov. 12...Had 27 saves in a 4- - shutout victory against Colgate on Nov. 19...Stopped 22 of 23 against Yale in a 2-1 win on Nov. 27...Recorded her sixth shutout of the season with 17 saves against Brown in a 4-0 win on Dec. 3...Stopped 22 against Yale on Dec. 4 in a 3-1 win...Had 30 saves agaisnt Clarkson on Jan. 8 in a 3-2 victory...Shutout Wayne State on Jan. 22 with 20 saves...Had 35 saves in a 4-0 win against Dartmouth on Feb. 4...Stopped 41 shots in a 3-2 loss to Harvard on Feb. 5...Stopped 23 shots in a 4-0 shutout against Union on Feb. 12...In the ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals against Princeton on Feb. 25-26, she stopped 20 shots in a 2-1 win in Game 1 before recording her ninth shutout of the season with 18 saves on the following night. Stopped 30 shots in a 3-2 overtime victory over Clarkson on 1/8…Made a seasonhigh 41 saves on 2/5 against Harvard…Recorded her first-career shutout in a playoff game on 2/26 in a 2-0 win over Princeton

As a Freshman in 2009–10: 2010 ECAC Goalie and Rookie of the Year...First player in Quinnipiac history to win ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Year award...All– ECAC Hockey First Team…All–ECAC Hockey Rookie Team… New England Women’s Division I All–Star Team, awarded by the New England Hockey Writers…Won two NCAA Division I Statistical Championships…Led the nation in goals–against average (1.24) and save percentage (.950)…Played in all 37 games…Four–time ECAC Hockey

>> 2010–11 SEASON HIGHS • Saves: 41, 2/5,11 vs Harvard • Least Goals Allowed: 0, nine times • Most Goals Allowed: 5, 10/29/10 vs Cornell

>> CAREER HIGHS • Saves: 57, 2/28/10 vs. RPI • Least Goals Allowed: 0, 16 times • Most Goals Allowed: Allowed: 5, 10/29/10 vs Cornell

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Goalie of the Week…Three–time ECAC Hockey Rookie of Week… Recorded seven shutouts… Stopped 34 shots against Brown on 11/6 in a 0–0 bought…Turned away 37 shots in a 0–0 contest against Cornell on 2/5…Made 37 saves in a 1–1 draw against Clarkson on 2/13…Made 120 saves in three tournament games against RPI (2/26–2/28), including a 40 save effort in a 2–1 victory and a season high 57 save effort in a 1–2 loss.

Regional Hockey Championship in two of three years played. Also played for the Etobicoke Dolphins (PWHL)

Personal: Daughter of Debbie and Elio Vigilanti…Has one younger sister, Nicole, and one younger brother, Vincent…Plans to major in communications…Born in Woodbridge, Ontario.

Before Quinnipiac: Played for the Mississauga Jr. Chiefs (PWHL)…Helped Mississauga to Provincial Championship…Won U-18 Canadian National Championship with Team Ontario Red…Won the Solid Gold Toronto Aeros Showcase Championship…Won the NCCP Winterlude Showcase Tournament Championship…Also played at St. Elizabeth Catholic High School… Played soccer in addition to hockey…Helped St. Elizabeth to the York

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Breann Frykas Forward

Junior > 5–4 East St. Paul, Manitoba > University of Wisconsin

Before Quinnipiac:

Won a NCAA Division I Women’s Ice Hockey National Championship with Wisconsin...Also helped the Badgers to the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) Championship… Totaled11 goals and eight assists in her collegiate career…Had seven goals and one assist for eight points as a freshman in 2009-10...Had four goals and seven assists for 11 points as a sophomore in 2010-11... Was a WCHA All-Academic Team member…Won silver with Team Canada at the IIHF World Women’s Under-18 Championship... Won a bronze medal with Team Manitoba in 2007 and 2008 at the National Women’s Under-18 Championship...Was a member of Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team for a three-game series against the USA in Lake Placid, NY in August 2008...Attended Canada’s National Women’s U-18 Team selection camp and Canada’s National Women’s U-18 Team strength and conditioning/skating camp 2007 and 2008....Was a member of Canada’s National Women’s Team for a three-game series vs. the USA in 2007...Won a silver medal with Team Manitoba at the 2007 Canada Winter Games ... Was a member of the Detroit Little Caesars...Won the Balmoral Hall, Hartney and Saskatoon tournaments with the Balmoral Hall Blazers in 2007-08 ... played in the 2006 Mac’s Tournament with the Balmoral Hall Blazers ... recorded the best plus/minus at the 2006 Mac’s Tournament, and was named to the tournament’s first all-star team.

Personal:

A native of East St. Paul, Manitoba…Daughter of Brian and Judy Frykas…Has a younger brother, Brennan…Her uncle Barry Trotz is the head coach of the Nashville Predators…Majoring in business.

>> 2010–11 SEASON HIGHS >> CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 1, four times • Assist: 2, vs. RPI, 10/1/10 • Points: 2, two times

• Goals: 2, at Minnesota St., 12/12/09 • Assist: 2, vs. RPI, 10/1/10 • Points: 2, three times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year GP G 2009-10 36 7 2010-11 41 4 Totals 77 11

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Shelby Wignall Defenseman

Sophomore > 5-9 Hamilton, Ontario > Stoney Creek Jr. Sabres/ Team Ontario Blue

As a Freshman in 2010–11: Saw action in 36 games…Recorded six points on the season on six assists…Registered her first career assist in the first game of the season against Niagara on 10/1 in a 3-0 win…Earned an assist against Sacred Heart in a 9-1 win on 11/26…Assisted on the game-winning goal on 11/27 against Yale in the Championship Game of the Nutmeg Classic Tournament…Recorded and assist against Brown on 12/3 in a 4-0 victory…Assisted on the game-winning goal against St. Lawrence on 1/7 in a 3-2 win… Registered an assist against Dartmouth in a 4-0 win on 2/4.

Before Quinnipiac: Attended St. Thomas More Catholic Secondary School…During the 2009-10 season helped the Stony Creek Intermediate AA Sabers to a 49-21-6 record and a PWHL Bronze Medal…2009-10 Union College Fall Festival Tournament Champions…During the 2008-09 season helped team to a 51-19-5 record and a Provincial Silver Medal…2008-09 Union College Fall Festival Tournament Champions…2009-10 Captain Assistant…Selected for the U18 Team Ontario Blue to compete in Surrey, B.C. from November 4-8, 2009…Won Silver medal at U18 Women’s Championship… Played boys AA hockey from ages 11-14 with the Hamilton AA Reps.

Personal: Native of Hamilton, Ontario…Daughter of Brian and Mary Wignall…Has an older brother Brody…Won the Director’s Award of Excellence for Excellent Effort…Catholic Women’s League Award…Was a Representative in the Student Council during her Junior year…Undecided major with interest in Communications >> 2010–11 SEASON HIGHS >> CAREER HIGHS • Goals: N/A • Assist: 1, six times • Points: 1, six times

• Goals: N/A • Assist: 1, six times • Points: 1, six times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year GP G A PTS PIM 2010-11 36 0 6 6 22 Totals 36 0 6 6 22

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Kelly Babstock Forward

Sophomore > 5-5 Mississauga, Ontario > Toronto Jr. Aeros/ Team Ontario Red

As a Freshman in 2010–11: Saw action in all 37 games…Led the team in points (59), goals (30) assists (29), points per game (1.59), and plus/minus (+30)…Broke the program-record for most goals, assists, and points in a season, as well as breaking the single-game point record when she tallied six points in a game against Sacred Heart…Was named ECAC Hockey Rookie and Player of the Year after leading the league in goals, points and gamewinning goals. She is the first player in program-history to be named Player of the Year and is only the second skater to ever be awarded Rookie of the Year honors… Among all NCAA Division I Women’s Ice Hockey freshmen skaters, she finished first in goals, points, and points per game, while finishing second in assists…She was a two-time ECAC Hockey/MLX Skates Player of the Week and a five-time Rookie of the Week recipient and earned First-Team All-League and All-Rookie Team at season’s end…Babstock became just the second athlete in Quinnipiac history to receive mention in Sports Illustrated’s Weekly publication of its “Faces In The Crowd” section, when she was highlighted in the January 17, 2010 edition…She was named Quinnipiac Female Athlete of the Year, as well as the team Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player at the team’s annual banquet…Babstock netted two points in her Quinnipiac debut, scoring the game-winning goal against Niagara on 10/1 in a 3-0 win…She added a goal and two assists in a 3-1 win over Niagara on 10/2…She scored the game-winning goal and added an assist against Northeastern on 10/9 in a 4-0 victory…Recorded a goal and two assists in a 5-0 win over Sacred Heart on 10/10…Contributed a goal and two assists in a winning effort against Maine, 4-2, on 10/15… Assisted on all three goals in the team’s 3-3 tie to Boston College on 10/22…Scored the game-winning goal in consecu>> 2010–11 SEASON HIGHS >> CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 3, three times • Assist: 4, 11/26/10 vs. Sacred Heart • Points: 6, 11/26/10 vs. Sacred Heart

• Goals: 3, three times • Assist: 4, 11/26/10 vs. Sacred Heart • Points: 6, 11/26/10 vs. Sacred Heart

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year GP G A PTS PIM 2010–11 37 30 29 59 34 Totals 37 30 29 59 34

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tive games against Princeton (11/2) and Union (11/5), in 5-2 and 3-2 wins, respectively…Tallied her first-career hat trick on 11/12 against Harvard, which included the game-winning tally in a 4-1 victory…Scored her second hat trick in as many games when she netted three goals in a 4-3 loss to Dartmouth on 11/13… Assisted on the game-winning goal while also adding a goal of her own on 12/3 in a 4-0 win over Brown…Netted the gamewinning goal against Yale on 12/4 in a 3-1 victory…Assisted on the game’s first goal during the team’s 3-2 in over St. Lawrence on 1/7…Tallied her third hat trick of the season with the last goal coming in overtime to propel the Bobcats to a 3-2 victory over Clarkson on 1/8…Scored her first short-handed goal of her career against Clarkson on 1/28 in a 3-2 loss…Registered another short-handed goal the following game against St. Lawrence on 1/29 in a 4-2 win…Scored two goals including the game-winning tally on 2/4 against Dartmouth in a 4-0 victory…Collected a goal and an assist in a 3-2 loss to Harvard on 2/5…Assisted on the team’s only goal in a 1-1 tie against New Hampshire on 2/8…Figured in all five goals (two goals, three assists) in the team’s 5-1 win over Rensselaer on 2/11…Scored two goals including the game-winning tally against Union in a 4-0 victory on 2/12…Assisted on the game-winning goal against Princeton in a 2-1 victory in the team’s first game of the ECAC Hockey playoffs on 2/25…Scored the game-winning goal and assisted on the second goal of the team’s 2-0 win over Princeton on 2/26, propelling the team to its first-ever Semi-Finals appearance in the ECAC Hockey playoffs.

Before Quinnipiac: Attended Port Credit Secondary School…Was high school hockey team’s leading scorer for three years and men’s field lacrosse leading scorer for one year…Three year hockey MVP…During the 2009-10 season helped the Toronto Jr. Aeros of the Provincial Women’s League win the gold medal and Alumni Cup…Registered 25 goals and 35 assists during the regular season and nine goals and four assists during the playoffs... Two-time National Champion with Team Ontario Red...Attending the U-18 and U-22 Team Canada Conditioning Camp...Invited to the U-22 Team Canada Selection Camp.

Personal: Native of Mississauga, Ontario…Daughter of David and Donna Babstock…Has an older brother, Jeff Shattler and a younger brother, Jacob. She also has an older sister, Cindy Shattler and two younger sisters, Harmony and Shenoah…Brother Jeff was the National Lacrosse League Most Valuable Player in 2011 for the Calgary Roughnecks… Plans to major in Criminal Justice.

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Erica Uden Johansson Forward

Sophomore > 5-7 Sundsvall, Sweden > Segeltorps/ Swedish Olympic Team

As a Freshman in 2010–11: Saw action in 31 games…Finished third on the team with 25 points on 11 goals and 14 assists…Was named ECAC Hockey/ MLX Skates Player of the Week on 10/12…Recorded the team’s first hat trick of the season on 10/10 against Sacred Heart… Registered her first-career points on 10/2 when she tallied a goal and two assists against Niagara in a 3-1 victory…Tallied a goal and an assist in a 4-0 win over Northeastern on 10/9…Scored three goals, including the game-winning tally, on 10/10 against Sacred Heart in a 5-0 win…Earned an assist on 10/15 in a 4-2 win over Maine…Registered a goal in the team’s 3-3 tie against Boston College on 10/22…Recorded an assist on 10/29 in a 5-1 loss to Cornell…Assisted on the team’s second goal of the contest in a 5-2 comeback victory over Princeton on 11/2…Tallied an assist against Colgate on 11/19 in a 4-0 shutout win…Registered a goal and two assists against Sacred Heart on 11/26 in a 9-1 win… Collected an assist in consecutive games against Yale (11/27) and Brown, in respective 2-1 and 4-0 team victories…Recorded a goal against Yale on 12/4 in a 3-1 victory…Tallied a goal in the team’s 3-2 win over St. Lawrence on 1/7…Assisted on the game-winning goal against Clarkson on 1/8 in a 3-2 win…Collected an assist in consecutive games against Dartmouth (2/4) and Harvard (2/5)… Scored the second goal of the contest in the team’s 2-0 win over Princeton in the second game of the ECAC Hockey playoffs on 2/26…Tallied a goal against Cornell on 3/3 in a 4-3 loss in the Semi-Finals of the ECAC Hockey playoffs.

Before Quinnipiac:

>> 2010–11 SEASON & Career HIGHS • Goals: 3, 10/10/10 vs. Sacred Heart • Assist: 2, two times • Points: 3, three times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year GP G A PTS PIM 2010–11 31 11 14 25 20 Totals 31 11 14 25 20

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A member of the Sundsvall Hockey Wildcats from 2005-08, Modo Hockey from 2008-09, and Segeltorps IF from 200910...Was a 2008 and 2009 Swedish champion bronze medalist with Modo...Played in the 2009 World Championships with Sweden, placing fourth in the tournament...Was a 2010 Swedish champion gold medalist with Segeltorp...Played in the 2010 Olympics with the Swedish women’s hockey team, played in five games and scored one goal and one assist.

Personal: A native of Sundsvall, Sweden…Daughter of Lars Johansson and Karin Uden…Has a younger brother Elias…Plans to major in athletic training/sports medicine.

Elena Orlando Forward

Sophomore > 5-7 Chico, Calif. > Shattuck-St. Mary’s

As a Freshman in 2010–11: Saw action in 33 games…Recorded eight points on the season on two goals and six assists…Registered her first-career assist on 10/9 against Northeastern in a 4-0 victory…Scored her first-career goal against Colgate on 10/30 in a 2-1 defeat…Tallied a goal against Harvard on 11/12 in a 4-1 win…Collected two assists against Brown on 12/3 in a 4-0 victory…Earned an assist against Union on 2/12 in a 4-0 win…Scored a goal and an assist against Brown in a 3-3 tie on 2/19.

Before Quinnipiac: Won a high school national championship at Shattuck-St. Mary’s in 2009 and was runner up in 2010.

Personal: Daughter of Jerry and Jane Orlando…Has an older brother Dominic…Was a four year honor roll student…Plans to major in Nursing...A native of Winters, Calif.

>> 2010–11 SEASON HIGHS >> CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 1, two times • Assist: 2, 12/3/10 vs. Brown • Points: 2, two times

• Goals: 1, two times • Assist: 2, 12/3/10 vs. Brown • Points: 2, two times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year GP G A PTS PIM 2010-11 33 2 6 8 10 Totals 33 2 6 8 10

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Emily MacKinnon Forward

Sophomore > 5-5 Kirkland, Quebec > Kent School

As a Freshman in 2010–11: Saw action in 24 games…Did not record a point…Took a seasonhigh three shots against Brown on 2/19

Before Quinnipiac: Was team MVP her Sophomore, Junior and Senior seasons at the Kent School…In 2009 won the U-19 bronze medal at the US Nationals playing for Mid-Fairfield Connecticut Stars.

Personal: A native of Kirkland, Quebec…Daughter of Grant MacKinnon and Lori MacDonald…Has an older brother Mathew and a younger brother Zachary…Major undeclared.

>> 2010–11 SEASON & Career HIGHS • Goals: 0 • Assist: 0 • Points: 0

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year GP G A PTS PIM 2010-11 24 0 0 0 12 Totals 24 0 0 0 12

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Kara Gust Defenseman

Sophomore > 5-4 Orland Park, Ill. > Chicago Mission

As a Freshman in 2010–11: Saw action in four games…Did not record a point…Took one shot on the season..

Before Quinnipiac: Won a varsity tennis regional championship at Marist High School… Helped the Chicago Mission to a Tier I Elite MWHL Champions State Championship and a 3rd Place National Finish…Scored one goal and eight assists during the season..

Personal: Native of Orlando Park, Illinois…Daughter of Dave and Kelly Gust…Has older sisters Dana and Jena, and a younger brother David… Father, David, played football at Northern Illinois University and sister, Dana, played volleyball at Saint Joseph’s College…Major undecided.

>> 2010–11 SEASON & Career HIGHS • Goals: 0 • Assist: 0 • Points: 0

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year GP G A PTS PIM 2010-11 4 0 0 0 2 Totals 4 0 0 0 2

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Megan Hagg Forward

Sophomore > 5-7 Ajax, Ontario > Toronto Jr. Aeros

As a Freshman in 2010–11: Saw action in 24 games…Did not record a point…Took nine shots on the season.

Before Quinnipiac: During the 2009-10 season helped the Toronto Jr. Aeros of the Provincial Women’s Hockey League win the gold medal and Alumni Cup…Scored 13 goals and seven assists during the regular season and one goal, one assist during the playoffs…Named the Archbishop Denis O’Connor High School lacrosse team MVP.

Personal: A native of Ajax, Ontario…Daughter of Chyrel and John Hagg… Has an older brother David…Plans to major in Criminal Justice.

>> 2010–11 SEASON & Career HIGHS • Goals: 0 • Assist: 0 • Points: 0

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year GP G A PTS PIM 2010-11 24 0 0 0 0 Totals 24 0 0 0 0

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Amanda Colin Forward

Sophomore > 5-4 Burnsville, Minn. > Burnsville High School

As a Freshman in 2010–11: Saw action in all 37 games…Registered 15 points on seven goals and eight assists…Ranked seventh on the team in overall points… Tallied her first-career assist on 11/5 against Union in a 3-2 win… Assisted on the game’s first goal against Harvard on 11/12 in a 4-1 victory…Scored her first two career goals on 11/19 against Colgate in a 4-0 win…Added an assist in a 9-1 win over Sacred Heart on 11/26…Earned an assist against Yale on 12/4 in a 3-1 victory…Netted a goal against Wayne State on 1/22 in a 3-0 win… Recorded an assist in a 4-0 victory over Dartmouth on 2/4… Registered a goal in three straight games against Harvard (2/5), New Hampshire (2/8), and Rensselaer (2/11). The goal against Rensselaer was her first-career game-winning goal as the team skated to a 5-1 win…Tallied and assist against Union in a 4-0 victory on 2/12…Earned an assist against Brown on 2/19 in a 3-3 tie… Assisted on the team’s first goal in a 2-1 victory over Princeton in the first game of the ECAC Hockey Playoffs on 2/25.

Before Quinnipiac:

>> 2010–11 SEASON HIGHS • Goals: 2, 11/19/10 vs. Colgate • Assist: 1, eight times • Points: 2, 11/19/10 vs. Colgate

>> CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 2, 11/19/10 vs. Colgate • Assist: 1, eight times • Points: 2, 11/19/10 vs. Colgate

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year GP G A PTS PIM 2010-11 37 7 8 15 14 Totals 37 7 8 15 14

As a Freshman at Burnsville Senior High School, had 16 goals and 22 assists, was an All Conference-Honorable Mention and USA Hockey National Development Camp Participant-15’s…As a Sophomore, had 23 goals and 17 assists, was All Conference, Total Points Leader, and USA Hockey National Development Camp Participant-16’s… As a Junior had 28 goals and 28 assists, was All Conference, All StateHonorable Mention, and Lake Conference Scoring Leader…As a Senior, had 46 goals and 29 assists, was team Captain, All Conference, All State-Honorable Mention, All Tournament, All Metro-3rd team, and All State Academic…Record holder at Burnsville High School for total points, most goals, single season points, and single season goals…Pioneer Press Athlete of the Week, Ms. Hockey top ten finalist…Lacrosse- As a Sophomore was All Conference, Total Points leader, All State-Honorable Mention, and MVP…As a Junior was All Conference, Total Points Leader, All State, and MVP…As a Senior was Captain, All Conference, Total Points Leader, MVP, and won the Blaze Award…Record holder at Burnsville Senior High School for most goals, most assists, single season goals, career points…Wendy’s Heisman Female Award Winner from BHS, Burnsville High School Outstanding Athlete Award.

Personal: A native of Burnsville, Minnesota…Daughter of Mark Colin and Julie Rixe…Has an older sister Crystal and younger sister Rylee…A two year Academic Letter Winner, two year member of National Honors Society, and a member of L.I.F.E. (Leading, Initiating, Facilitating, Educating)…Plans to major in Business. 2011–12 Women’s Hockey Media Guide

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Olivia Brackett Forward

Sophomore > 5-5 Coopersville, Mich. > Little Caesars U-19

As a Freshman in 2010–11: Saw action in 18 games…Recorded two points on the season on two assists…Registered her only two points of the season on 11/12 in a 4-1 victory over Harvard. She assisted on Quinnipiac’s first and fourth goal of the contest.

Before Quinnipiac: Attended Grand Rapids Catholic Central…Won a state championship while playing for the Detroit Little Caesars AAA Girls Hockey Team.

Personal: A native of Coopersville, Michigan…Daughter of Greg and Marie Brackett…Has an older brother Clayton and a younger sister Madelyn…Plans to major in Broadcasting.

>> 2010–11 SEASON& Career HIGHS • Goals: 0 • Assist: 2, 11/12/10 vs. Harvard • Points: 2, 11/12/10 vs. Harvard

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year GP G A PTS PIM 2010–11 18 0 2 2 2 Totals 18 0 2 2 2

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Ashley Winslow Goalie Sophomore > 5-3 Portland, Me. > Maine Selects

As a Freshman in 2010–11: Did not see any action.

Before Quinnipiac: Attended St. George’s School…She was a four-year varsity ice hockey and softball player and a three-year varsity soccer player… She was the 2010 women’s ice hockey and softball captain… Named 2010 Most Valuable Player for her women’s ice hockey team…She collected all-league honors (Independent School League) in 2010 for ice hockey and was the leading goal scorer in soccer…She was also a member of the Maine Selects Ice Hockey team.

Personal: A native of Portland, Maine…Daughter of Carl and Charlotte Winslow…Has a younger brother William and younger sister Kimberly…Plans to major in law.

Nicole Kosta Forward Freshman > 5-5 Mississauga, Ontario > Mississauga Jr. Chiefs/ Team Canada U-18

Before Quinnipiac: Attended St. Aloysuis Gonzaga…Played basketball, hockey, soccer and softball…Won a hockey league championship in 2010… Played in the World Championships in Sweden in 2011 for U-18 Team Canada…Played for the Mississauga Junior Chiefs…Helped the squad to a Union College Fall Festival Championship, USA/ Canada Cup Championship, Provincial Women’s Hockey League Regular Season and Overall Championship…Was team captain and registered 25 goals and 35 assists in 31 games played, good for

second in the PWHL

Personal: A native of Mississauga, Ontario…Daughter of Steve and Kim Kosta…Has an older brother Jeff…Plans to major in health sciences.Kimberly…Plans to major in law.

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Morgan Fritz-Ward Forward Freshman > 5-7 Mason City, Iowa > Lakeville South High School/ Minnesota Ice Cats

her team and won the offensive player of the year award…Was a member of the Upper Midwest Hockey League where she won MVP…Awarded Outstanding Academic Performance Awards in communications, social studies and science…Honored as a Lake Conference Scholar and an Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union Excellence in Academic Achievement award.

Before Quinnipiac: Attended Mason City High School in 2007-08 and graduated from Lakeville South High School in Minnesota in 2011…Ran track in 2007-08 and cross country from 2007 through 2009… Played softball in 2009-10, hockey from 2009 through 2011, and played lacrosse in 2010-11…Was a Star Tribune All-Metro Third-Team member…Was a Minnesota Girls Hockey Coaches Association (MGHCA) All-State honorable mention…Named to the MGHCA Academic All-State and All-Conference teams…Was a Pioneer Press All-State honorable mention…Was the captain of

Personal: A native of Mason City, Iowa…Daughter of John and Anne… Has a twin brother Zachary, and a younger brother, J.D…Plans to major in health science.

Anna Borgfeldt Forward Freshman > 5-5 Kristianstad, Sweden > Linkoping/Swedish U-18 Team

Before Quinnipiac:

Personal:

Attended John Bauer School…Played for Linkopings H.C… She was a Swedish Champion Broze Medalist with Linkopings in 2011…She was a bronze medalist at the U-18 World Championships in 2009 and fifth place in 2010

A native of Kristianstad, Sweden…Daughter of Christer and Eva Borgfeldt…Has an older brother, Henrik…Plans to major in business.

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Chelsea Laden Goalie Freshman > 5-8 Lakeville, Minn. > Lakeville South High School/ Minnesota Ice Cats

Before Quinnipiac: Attended Lakeville South High School…Was a four-time all-state mvp and an Athena award winner…Was a four-time all-conference skater and a member of the all-tournament team (NAHA)… As a goalie, was runner up in the state of Minnesota for Defensive Player of the Year…Was a four-time All-Lake Conference honoree…Was the captain of her team during her junior and seniors seasons…Was a two-time State Participant…Played for the Icecats U-18 club hockey squad and won an NAHA Championship… Won student of the month for science.

Personal: A native of Lakeville, Minnesota…Daughter of Rob and Polly Laden…Has younger brothers Dakota, Tavian and a younger sister Isabella, as well as an older sister Mykenna…Plans to major in health science.

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Mercyhurst College Lakers

Friday, Sept. 30th Mercyhurst Ice Center ∙ Erie, Pa. Saturday, Oct. 1st Mercyhurst Ice Center ∙ Erie, Pa.

University of Maine Black Bears

Friday, Oct. 7th TD Bank Sports Center ∙ Hamden, Conn. Saturday, Oct. 8th Harold Alfond Sports Center ∙ Orono, Me.

Northeastern University Huskies

Saturday, Oct. 15th Matthews Arena ∙ Boston, Mass.

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About Mercyhurst College Location: Erie, Pa. Enrollment: 3,226 President: Thomas J. Gamble Athletic Director: Joe Kimball Conference: College Hockey America Arena (Capacity): Mercyhurst Ice Center (1,500) Head Coach: Michael Sisti Record: 313-84-26 Assistant Coaches: Louis Goulet, Delainey Collins 2010–11 Record: 29–6–0 (16–0–0) Hockey SID: Lauren Packer Webster SID Phone: 814-824-2525 SID Fax: 814-824-22042 SID Email: lwebster@mercyhurst.edu

About University of Maine Location: Orono, Me. Enrollment: 11,500 President: Robert A. Kennedy Athletic Director: Steve Abbot Conference: Hockey East Arena (Capacity): Harold Alfond Sports Arena (5,445) Head Coach: Maria Lewis Record: 12–17–5 Assistant Coaches: Richard Reichenbach, Kevin Sommer 2010–11 Record: 12–17–5 (6–13–3) Hockey SID: Laura Reed SID Phone: 207-581-3646 SID Fax: 207-581-3297 SID Email: laura.reed@umit.maine.edu

About Northeastern University Location: Boston, Mass. Enrollment: 15,521 President: Joseph Aoun Athletic Director: Peter Roby Conference: Hockey East Arena (Capacity): Matthews Arena (4,666) Head Coach: Dave Flint (MCLA ’93) Record: 28–33–11 Assistant Coaches: Linda Lundigran, Hilary Witt 2010–11 Record: 16–13–8 (6–10–5) Hockey SID: Kevin Edelson SID Phone: 617-373-3643 SID Fax: 617-373-3152 SID Email: kevinedelson@GoNU.com

Michael Sisti

Maria Lewis

Dave Flint

Boston College Eagles

Saturday, Oct, 21st Kelley Rink ∙ Chestnut Hill, Mass. Tuesday, Nov. 22 TD Bank Sports Center ∙ Hamden, Conn.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Engineers

Friday, Oct.28th Houston Field House ∙ Troy, N.Y. Saturday, Feb. 18th TD Bank Sports Center ∙ Hamden, Conn.

Union College Dutchwomen

Saturday, Oct. 29th Messa Rink ∙ Schenectady, N.Y. Friday, Feb. 17th TD Bank Sports Center ∙ Hamden, Conn.

About Boston College Location: Chestnut Hill, Mass. Enrollment: 14,796 President: Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J. Athletic Director: Gene DeFilippo Conference: Hockey East Arena (Capacity): Kelley Rink (7,884) Head Coach: Katie King Record: 68–46–21 Assistant Coaches: Amy Weatherby 2010–11 Record: 24–7–6 (13–4–4) Hockey SID: Tim Clark SID Phone: 617-552-3004 SID Fax: SID Email: clarktb@bc.ed

About Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Location: Troy, N.Y. Enrollment: 5,348 President: Dr. Shirley Ann Jackson Athletic Director: Jim Knowlton Conference: ECAC Arena (Capacity): Houston Field House (4,800) Head Coach: John Burke (Bowling Green ’91) Record: 128–101–28 Assistant Coaches: Colette Youlen Bredin, Brent Hill 2010–11 Record: 10–18–7 (8–12–2) Hockey SID: Amie Canfield SID Phone: 518-276-3988 SID Fax: 518-276-8997 SID Email: canfia@rpi.edu

About Union College Location: Schenectady, NY Enrollment: 2,133 President: Stephen C. Ainlay Athletic Director: Jim McLaughlin Conference: ECAC Arena (Capacity): Messa Rink (2,225) Head Coach: Claudia Asano (Harvard ’99) Record: 10–84–6 Assistant Coaches: Ali Boe, Julie Chu, Marianna Locke 2010–11 Record: 5–28–1 (1–20–1) Hockey SID: David Heberger SID Phone: 518-388-6284 ext. 63777 SID Fax: 518-388-6096 SID Email: heberged@union.edu

Katie King

John Burke

Claudia Asano

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Yale University Bulldogs

Friday, Nov. 4th TD Bank Sports Center ∙ Hamden, Conn. Saturday, Dec. 3rd Ingalls Rink ∙ New Haven, CT

Brown University Bears

Saturday, Nov. 5th TD Bank Sports Center ∙ Hamden, Conn. Saturday, Dec. 2nd Meehan Rink ∙ Providence, R.I.

Clarkson University Golden Knights

Friday, Nov. 11th Cheel Arena ∙ Potsdam, N.Y. Saturday, Feb. 11th TD Bank Sports Center ∙ Hamden, Conn.

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About Yale University Location: New Haven, Conn. Enrollment: 11,701 President: Richard C. Levin Athletic Director: Thomas A Beckett Conference: ECAC Arena (Capacity): 3,500 Head Coach: Joakim Flygh Record: 9–17–3 Assistant Coaches: Jessica Koizumi, Eddie Ardito 2010–11 Record: 9–17–3 (8–12–2) Hockey SID: Sam Rubin SID Phone: 203-432-1455 SID Email: sam.rubin@yale.edu

About Brown University Location: 6,102 President: Ruth J. Simmons Athletic Director: Michael Goldberger Conference: ECAC Arena (Capacity): Meehan Auditorium (2,495) Head Coach: Amy Bourbeau Record: FIRST YEAR Assistant Coaches: TBA 2010–11 Record: 2–23–4 (1–17–4) Hockey SID: Michael Gambardella SID Phone: 401-863-6069 SID Fax: 401-863-1436 SID Email: michael_gambardella@brown.edu

About Clarkson University Location: Potsdam, N.Y. Enrollment: 2,848 President: Anthony G. Collins Athletic Director: Steve Yianoukos Conference: ECAC Arena (Capacity): Cheel Arena (3,000) Co-Head Coaches: Shannon Desrosiers, Matt Desrosiers (St. Lawrence ’03, ’01) Record: 53–43–17 Assistant Coaches: Matt Kelly 2010–11 Record: 14–17–6 (10–8–4) Hockey SID: Gary Mikel SID Phone: 315-268-6673 SID Fax: 315-268-7613 SID Email: mikelg@clarkson

Shannon Desrosiers

Joakim Flygh

Amy Bourbeau

Matt Desrosiers

St. Lawrence University Saints

Saturday, Nov. 12th Appleton Arena ∙ Canton, N.Y. Friday, Feb. 10th TD Bank Sports Center ∙ Hamden, Conn.

Colgate University Raiders

Friday, Nov. 18th TD Bank Sports Center ∙ Hamden, Conn. Saturday, Jan. 14th ∙ Hamilton, N.Y.

Cornell University Big Red

Saturday, Nov. 19th TD Bank Sports Center ∙ Hamden, Conn. Friday, Jan. 13th Lynah Rink ∙ Ithaca, NY

About St. Lawrence University Location: Canton, N.Y. Enrollment: 2,300 President: William L. Fox Athletic Director: Margie Strait Conference: ECAC Arena (Capacity): Appleton Arena (3,000) Head Coach: Chris Wells (St. Lawrence ’92) Record: 56–43–12 Assistant Coaches: Ted Wisner, Mare MacDougall 2010–11 Record: 16–18–2 (11–11–0) Hockey SID: Joe Keniston SID Phone: 315-229-5986 SID Email: jkenisto@stlawu.edu

About Colgate University Location: Hamilton, N.Y. Enrollment: 2,900 President: Jeffrey Herbst Athletic Director: David Roach Conference: ECAC Arena (Capacity): Starr Rink (2,246) Head Coach: Scott Wiley (St. Lawrence ’93) Record: 127-53-32 Assistant Coaches: Ryan Stone, Karine Senecal 2010-11 Record: 11-19-3 (8-12-2) Hockey SID: Gloria Nantulya SID Phone: 315-228-6761 SID Fax: 315-228-7977 SID Email: gnantulya@colgate.edu About Cornell University Location: Ithaca, N.Y. Enrollment: 19,000 President: David J. Skorton Athletic Director: J. Andrew Noel Jr. Conference: ECAC Arena (Capacity): Lynah Rink (3,836) Head Coach: Doug Derraugh (Cornell ’91) Record: 89–84–16 Assistant Coaches: Danielle Bilodeau, Edith Zimering 2010–11 Record: 31–3–1 (20–1–1) Hockey SID: Kevin Zeise SID Phone: 607-255-5627 SID Fax: 607-2559791 SID Email: kjz3@cornell.edu

Chris Wells

Scott Wiley

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University of Connecticut Huskies

Friday, Nov. 25th Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum ∙ Storrs, Conn.

Robert Morris University Colonials

Possible Opponent (Nutmeg Classic) Saturday, Nov. 26 Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum ∙ Storrs, Conn.

Princeton University Tigers

Friday, Dec. 9th Hobey Baker Rink ∙ Princeton, N.J. Saturday, Dec. 10th TD Bank Sports Center ∙ Hamden, Conn.

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About University of Connecticut Location: Storrs, Conn. Enrollment: 19,000 President: David J. Skorton Acting Athletic Director: Paul McCarthy Conference: Hockey East Arena (Capacity): Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum Head Coach: Heather Lindstad (Providence, ’89) Record: 315-228-67 Assistant Coaches: Jamie Totten, Kirsti Anderson 2010–11 Record: 13-19-3 (9-9-3) Hockey SID: Renee Adam SID Phone: 860-486-3531 SID Fax: 860-486-5085 SID Email: renee.adam@uconn.edu

About Robert Morris University Location: Moon Township, Pa. Enrollment: 5,000 President: Edward A. Nicholson Athletic Director: Craig Coleman Conference: College Hockey America Arena (Capacity): Island Sports Complex (1,000) Head Coach: Paul Colontino (Mercyhurst ‘00) Record: First Season Assistant Coaches: Logan Bittle, Brianne McLaughlin, Allison Rutledge 2010–11 Record: 6-21-7 (2-9-5 CHA) Hockey SID: Ken Baker SID Phone: 412-262-8314 SID Fax: 412-262-8557 SID Email: baker@rmu.edu About Princeton University Location: Princeton, N.J. Enrollment: 7,494 President: Shirley Tilghman Athletic Director: Gary D. Walters Conference: ECAC Arena (Capacity): Hobey Baker Memorial Rink (2,100) Head Coach: Jeff Kampersal (Princeton ’92) Record: 233-84-41 Assistant Coaches: Cara Morey, John Zdunkiewicz 2010–11 Record: 16-14-1 (13-8-1) Hockey SID: Yariv Amir SID Phone: 609-258-5701 SID Fax: 609-258-2399 SID Email: yamir@princeton@edu

Heather Lindstad

Paul Colontino

Jeff Kampersal

Dartmouth College Big Green

Friday, Jan. 6th TD Bank Sports Center ∙ Hamden, Conn.

About Dartmouth College Location: Hanover, N.H. Enrollment: 4,196 President: Jim Yong Kim Athletic Director: Harry Sheehy Conference: ECAC Arena (Capacity): Thompson Arena (4,500) Head Coach: Mark Hudak (Army ’89) Record: 112–55–14 Assistant Coaches: Sara Simard, Holley Tyng 2010–11 Record: 22–12–0 (15–7–0)) Hockey SID: Chip Whipple SID Phone: 603-646-0424

Saturday, Feb. 4th Thompson Arena ∙ Hanover, N.H.

Harvard University Crimson

Saturday, Jan. 7th TD Bank Sports Center ∙ Hamden, Conn. Friday, Feb. 3 Bright Hockey Center∙ Cambridge, Mass.

Mark Hudak

About Harvard University Location: Cambridge, Mass. Enrollment: 6,700 President: Drew Gilpin Faust Athletic Director: Robert L. Scalise Conference: ECAC Arena (Capacity): Bright Hockey Center (2,776) Head Coach: Katey Stone (New Hampshire ’89) Record: 356–125–31 Assistant Coach: Maura Crowell, Jeff Pelligrini 2010–11 Record: 17–11–4 (14–5–3) Hockey SID: Jeff Selesnick SID Phone: 617-495-2206 SID Fax: 617-495-2130 SID Email: jselesn@fas.harvard.edu

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>> OVERALL 2010–11 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS ALL GAMES – Overall: 22–12–3

ECAC Hockey: 12–9–1

Home: 11–4–2

Away: 11–8–1

Neutral: 0–0–0

Overall ECAC Hockey Name GP G

A

P

PIM

PP

A

P

PIM

PP

SH

Kelly Babstock

37

30

19

59

34

5

SH GP G 2

22

22

8

30

16

4

2

Kate Wheeler

37

12

17

29

12

4

1

22

3

12

15

4

0

1

Erica Uden Johansson

31

11

14

25

20

2

0

16

2

7

9

14

1

0

Bethany Dymarczyk

37

6

18

24

6

3

0

22

2

9

11

4

0

0

Brittany Lyons

37

12

10

22

8

3

0

22

6

7

13

2

2

0

Regan Boulton

28

9

7

16

4

6

0

16

4

3

7

4

1

0

Amanda Colin

37

7

8

15

14

1

0

22

5

6

11

4

1

0

Jordan Elkins

35

5

8

13

4

4

0

21

3

6

9

4

3

0

Felica Vieweg

37

1

9

10

6

1

0

22

1

4

5

2

1

0

Kelley Davies

37 3 6 9 24

1 0

22 3 5 8 14 1 0

Elena Orlando

33 2 6 8 10

0 0

20 2 5 7 6

0 0

Chelsea Illchuk

37 2 4 6 10

0 0

22 2 2 4 2

0 0

Shelby Wignall

36 0 6 6 22

0 0

22 0 3 3 18 0 0

Melissa Perry

35 2 2 4 18

2 0

22 1 1 2 16 1 0

Lindsay Burman

35 2 2 4 18

0 0

20 2 0 2 8

0 0

Kristen Eklund

37 1 2 3 6

0 0

22 0 1 1 6

0 0

Olivia Brackett

18 0 2 2 2

0 0

12 0 2 2 2

0 0

Mic Spiessl

1 0 0 0 0

0 0

0 0 0 0 0

0 0

Breann Julius

3 0 0 0 0

0 0

2 0 0 0 0

0 0

Kara Gust

3 0 0 0 0

2 0

0 0 0 0 0

0 0

Kelsey Britton

4 0 0 0 0

0 0

3 0 0 0 0

0 0

Kelly Lavallee

22 0 0 0 2

0 0

15 0 0 0 0

0 0

Megan Hagg

23 0 0 0 0

0 0

13 0 0 0 0

0 0

Emily MacKinnon

25 0 0 0 12

0 0

14 0 0 0 4

0 0

Victoria Vigilianti

36 0 0 0 2

0 0

22 0 0 0 0

0 0

Bench 2 Quinnipiac

37 105 150 244 238

32 3

22 58 81 139 134

16 3

Opponents

37 63 97 160 344

12 2

22 43 62 105 195

7 2

>> GOALTENDING STATISTICS NAME GP MIN GA GAA SVS PCT W-L-T SO Victoria Vigilanti Overall 36 2179:57 61 1.68 902 .932 21-12-3 9 ECAC Hockey 22 1333:48 42 1.89 554 .930 12-9-1 Amanda Nagel Overall ECAC Hockey

1 40:00 1 1.50 5 .833 1-0-0 - - - - - - - -

Mic Spiessl Overall ECAC Hockey

1 20:00 0 0.00 1 1.000 0-0-0 - - - - - - -

Team/Empty Net Overall ECAC Hockey

12 5:24 1 0-0-0 8 1:33 1 0-0-0

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>> OVERALL SITUATIONAL WIN/LOSS RECORDS Quinnipiac played at home: Quinnipiac played on the road: Quinnipiac played at a neutral site: Quinnipiac played in October: Quinnipiac played in November: Quinnipiac played in December: Quinnipiac played in January: Quinnipiac played in February: Quinnipiac played in March:

11-4-2 11-8-1 0-0-0 5-3-1 6-3-0 2-0-0 4-3-0 5-2-2 0-1-0

Games vs. ECAC Hockey opponents: Games vs. Hockey East opponents Games vs. CHA opponents Games vs. Independent opponents Games vs. Atlantic Hockey opponents Games vs. CCHA opponents Game vs. WCHA opponents

15-10-1 2-1-2 3-1-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

After a win After a loss After a tie

12-10-0 8-1-3 1-1-0

Games vs. ranked opponents Games vs. non-ranked opponents Conference games Non-conference games

1-4-0 21-8-3 12-9-1 8-2-2

Quinnipiac outshoots opponent Opponent outshoots Quinnipiac Shots were even

18-3-1 4-8-1 0-1-1

Quinnipiac did not score Quinnipiac scored one goal Quinnipiac scored two goals Quinnipiac scored three goals Quinnipiac scored four goals Quinnipiac scored five goals Quinnipiac scored six or more goals

0-4-0 0-3-1 3-3-0 7-2-2 12-0-0 3-0-0 1-0-0

Quinnipiac scores first Opponent Scores first

18-4-1 4-8-2

Quinnipiac led after 1st period Opponent led after 1st period Score was tied after 1st period Quinnipiac led after 2nd period Opponent led after 2nd period Score was tied after 2nd period

13-0-0 1-6-2 4-5-1 19-2-1 0-8-2 2-2-0

Game was decided by one goal Game was decided by two goals Game was decided by three goals Game was decided by four or more goals

Time of Day Day games (before 6 p.m.) Night games BOBCATS RECORD WHEN... Kelly Babstock scores a goal Regan Boulton scores a goal Olivia Bracket scores a goal Kelsey Britton scores a goal Lindsay Burman scores a goal Amanda Colin scores a goal Kelley Davies scores a goal Bethany Dymarczyk scores a goal Kristen Eklund scores a goal Jordan Elkins scores a goal Kara Gust scores a goal Megan Hagg scores a goal Chelsea Illchuk scores a goal Breann Julius scores a goal Kelly Lavallee scores a goal Brittany Lyons scores a goal Emily MacKinnon scores a goal Elena Orlando scores a goal Melissa Perry scores a goal Erica Uden Johansson Felica Vieweg Kate Wheeler Shelby Wignal Victoria Vigianti starts in goal Amanda Nagel starts in goal Micheala Spiessl starts in goal

12-7-2 10-5-1

17-3-0 4-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-0 4-1-1 3-0-0 3-2-1 1-0-0 5-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 8-3-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 2-0-0 7-1-1 1-0-0 7-1-1 0-0-0 21-12-3 1-0-0 0-0-0

Days of the Week On Monday On Tuesday On Wednesday On Thursday On Friday On Saturday On Sunday

0-1-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-0 11-4-1 9-6-1 1-0-0

State-by-State In Connecticut In Massachusetts In Maine In Michigan In New Hampshire In New Jersey In New York In Rhode Island

11-5-2 0-1-0 1-1-0 1-1-0 1-0-0 2-1-0 6-3-0 0-0-1

5-7-0 5-2-0 4-1-0 8-2-0

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>> Game 1 Oct 1, 2010 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 3 Niagara University Purple Eagles 0 Dwyer Arena • Niagra University, NY.

>> Game 3 Oct 9, 2010 Northeastern University Huskies 0 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 4 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn.

>> Game 5 Oct 15, 2010 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 4 University of Maine Black Bears 2 Alfond Arena • Orono, Maine

Goals by Period QU NU

Goals by Period NEU QU

Goals by Period QU MAINE

1 1 0

2 2 0

3 OT 3 – 0 –

Final 3 0

1st Period — 1, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/1 17:48. Penalties: BURMAN, Lindsay, QU (too many players on ice) 2:36; Erica Owczarczak, NIA (tripping) 9:36; Kristen Richards, NIA (checking) 10:40; LYONS, Brittany, QU (too many players on ice) 15:01. 2nd Period —2, QU, WHEELER, Kate/1 (BABSTOCK, Kelly, WIGNALL, Shelby) 9:13. 3, QU, WHEELER, Kate/2 (VIEWEG, Felica) 14:58 (pp). Penalties: Leah Whittaker, NIA (high sticking) 4:10; Kristen Richards, NIA (hooking) 5:35; LYONS, Brittany, QU (hooking) 10:13; BABSTOCK, Kelly, QU (checking) 10:47; Jessica Hitchcock, NIA (hooking) 12:42; Caitlin Jenkins, NIA (checking) 14:28; ILLCHUK, Chelsea, QU (hooking) 15:22; Daniela Dal Colle, NIA (tripping) 18:13. 3rd Period — Penalties: Kaleigh Chippy, NIA (high sticking) 7:54; Sarah Zacharias, NIA (hooking) 9:14; Kristen Richards, NIA (checking) 11:25; Jessica Hitchcock, NIA (hooking) 16:36; BABSTOCK, Kelly, QU (roughing) 17:01. Shots on goal: QU 6-11-10 27; NIA 8-8-4 20. Power plays: QU 1 of 11; NIA 0 of 6. Penalties - QU 6 (12 min); NIA 11 (22 min). Goalies: QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 1-0-0 (60:00 minutes, 20 shots-20 saves); NIA, Jenni Bauer 0-1-0 (57:17, 27-24) , EMPTY NET (02:43, 0-0). Attendance: 311 Official Time: 2:01

>> Game 2

Oct 2, 2010 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 3 Niagara University Purple Eagles 1 Dwyer Arena • Niagra University, NY

Goals by Period QU NU

1 2 3 OT Final 1 1 1 – 3 1 0 0 – 1

1st Period — 1, QU, UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica (DYMARCZYK, Bethany, BABSTOCK, Kelly) 8:33. 2, NIA, Natasha Fryer/1 (Autumn Stuntz, Sarah Zacharias) 16:56. Penalties: Leah Whittaker, NIA (hooking) 19:23. 2nd Period —3, QU, BOULTON, Regan (UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica, BABSTOCK, Kelly) :45 (pp). Penalties: Kristen Richards, NIA (checking) :32; Kristen Richards, NIA (checking) :32; ORLANDO, Elena, QU (hooking) 9:21.. 3rd Period — 4, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly (UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica, WHEELER, Kate) 13:06. Penalties: BABSTOCK, Kelly, QU (hooking) 6:03; DYMARCZYK, Bethany, QU (checking) 16:02. Shots on goal: QU 7-12-4 23; NIA 10-4-11 25. Power plays: QU 1 of 2; NIA 0 of 3. Penalties: QU 3 (6 min); NIA 3 (17 min). Goalies: QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 2-0-0 (60:00 minutes, 25 shots-24 saves); NIA, Jenni Bauer 0-2-0 (60:00, 23-20). Attendance: 214 Official Time: 1:55

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1st Period — 1, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly (ORLANDO, Elena) 3:56. 2, QU, UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica/2 (BABSTOCK, Kelly/4) 18:06. Penalties: MARTY, Julia, NU (tripping) 4:18; LYONS, Brittany, QU (too many players on ice) 9:20. 2nd Period — 3, QU, ELKINS, Jordan/1 (VIEWEG, Felica, LYONS, Brittany) 10:37 (pp). 4, QU, WHEELER, Kate/1 (BOULTON, Regan/1, UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica/3) 18:45 (pp). Penalties: MACKINNON, Emily, QU (holding) 8:27; GAVRONSKY, Stephanie, NU (interference) 10:30; DIMASI, Maggie, NU (delay of game) 18:02. 3rd Period — Penalties: MACKINNON, Emily, QU (checking) 4:39; GAVRONSKY, Stephanie, NU (hooking) 6:52; MACKINNON, Emily, QU (cross-checking) 12:23. Shots on goal: NU 10-10-7 27; QU 6-8-6 20. Power plays: NU 0 of 4; QU 2 of 4. Penalties: NU 4 (8 min); QU 4 (8 min). Goalies: NU, SULYMA, Leah (29:23 minutes, 10 shots-9 saves) , SCHELLING, Florence 1-1-1 (30:37, 10-7); QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 3-0-0 (60:00, 27-27). Attendance: 293 Official Time: 1:50

>> Game 4

Oct 10, 2010 Sacred Heart University Pioneers 0 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 5 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn.

Goals by Period SHU QU

1 2 3 OT Final 0 0 0 – 0 1 1 3 – 5

1st Period — 1, QU, UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica/3 (BOULTON, Regan/2, DYMARCZYK, Bethany/2) 2:29. Penalties: Caitlin Gottwald, SHUW (hooking) 4:30; Taryn Lapierre, SHUW (interference) 13:00; GUST, Kara, QU (tripping) 17:11. 2nd Period — 2, QU, UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica/3 (DYMARCZYK, Bethany/2, BABSTOCK, Kelly/5) 2:56. Penalties: Nicole Palazzo, SHUW (checking) 14:17. 3rd Period — 3, QU, LYONS, Brittany/1 (ILLCHUK, Chelsea, EKLUND, Kristen) 1:00. 4, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/4 16:20. 5, QU, UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica/4 (BABSTOCK, Kelly/6) 17:50. Penalties: Catie Ladner, SHUW (hooking) 7:30; ILLCHUK, Chelsea, QU (elbowing) 12:05; COLIN, Amanda, QU (tripping) 13:35; BURMAN, Lindsay, QU (tripping) 18:40. Shots on goal: SHUW 2-3-8 13; QU 9-30-14 53. Power plays: SHUW 0 of 3; QU 0 of 4.. Penalties: SHUW 4 (8 min); QU 4 (8 min). Goalies: SHUW, Alexius Schutt 0-3-0 (60:00 minutes, 53 shots-48 saves); QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 4-0-0 (60:00, 13-13). Attendance: 217 Official Time: 1:56

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1 1 1

2 2 0

3 OT 1 – 1 –

Final 4 2

1st Period — 11, QU, BOULTON, Regan/2 (BABSTOCK, Kelly/7, DYMARCZYK, Bethany/4) 4:06 (pp). 2, MAINE, Brittany Dougherty/4 (Melissa Gagnon/3, Danielle Ward/5) 9:50. Penalties: Jenny Kistner, MAINE (tripping) 3:52; Jennie Gallo, MAINE (hooking) 18:50; UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica, QU (cross-checking) 20:00.. 2nd Period — 13, QU, BOULTON, Regan/3 (UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica/4, BABSTOCK, Kelly/8) 12:50 (pp). 4, QU, BOULTON, Regan/4 (DYMARCZYK, Bethany/5, WHEELER, Kate/2) 18:32 (pp). Penalties: WIGNALL, Shelby, QU (tripping) 3:49; Ashley Norum, MAINE (elbowing) 7:34; Kristi King, MAINE (tripping) 11:25; UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica, QU (tripping) 16:02; TEAM, MAINE (too many players on ice) 17:13. 3rd Period — 5, MAINE, Jennie Gallo/5 (Dominique Goutsis/4, Myriam Croussette/5) 1:31 (pp). 6, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/5 (DYMARCZYK, Bethany/6, BOULTON, Regan/3) 3:56 (pp). Penalties: BABSTOCK, Kelly, QU (o-hooking) :27; Brittany Dougherty, MAINE (tripping) 3:32; Kayla Kaluzny, MAINE (holding) 12:12; Ashley Norum, MAINE (checking) 17:01. Shots on goal: QU 8-7-9 24; MAINE 8-2-4 14. Power plays: QU 4 of 8; MAINE 1 of 4. Penalties: QU 4 (8 min); MAINE 8 (16 min). Goalies: QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 5-0-0 (60:00 minutes, 14 shots-12 saves); MAINE, Candice Currier 1-1-0 (60:00, 24-20). Attendance: 156 Official Time: 1:54

>> Game 6

Oct 16, 2010 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 2 University of Maine Black Bears 4 Alfond Arena • Orono, Maine

Goals by Period QU MAINE

1 0 2

2 2 2

3 OT 0 – 0 –

Final 2 4

1st Period — 1, MAINE, Danielle Ward/3 (Jordan Colliton/1) 7:00. 2, MAINE, Myriam Croussette/4 (Ashley Norum/3, Jennie Gallo/3) 19:17 (pp).. Penalties: WIGNALL, Shelby, QU (checking) 3:42; Jordan Colliton, MAINE (interference) 9:43; Ashley Norum, MAINE (checking) 13:43; MACKINNON, Emily, QU (checking) 18:22. 2nd Period — 3, MAINE, Jennie Gallo/6 (Kristi King/1) 1:26. 4, QU, LYONS, Brittany/2 (BURMAN, Lindsay/1, BABSTOCK, Kelly/9) 4:44 (pp). 5, QU, DYMARCZYK, Bethany/1 (BOULTON, Regan/4) 13:24 (pp). 6, MAINE, Brittany Dougherty/5 (Kayla Kaluzny/2, Ashley Norum/4) 16:55 (pp). Penalties: Brittany Dougherty, MAINE (checking) 3:36; Danielle Cyr, MAINE (interference) 12:41; BABSTOCK, Kelly, QU (tripping) 16:25. 3rd Period — Penalties: Dominique Goutsis, MAINE (checking) 5:23; WHEELER, Kate, QU (boarding) 7:13; Dominique Goutsis, MAINE (roughing) 12:12; DAVIES, Kelley, QU (checking) 16:29. Shots on goal: QU 10-11-11 32; MAINE 7-6-7 20.. Power plays: QU 2 of 6; MAINE 2 of 5. Penalties: QU 5 (10 min); MAINE 6 (12 min).. Goalies: QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 5-1-0 (58:42 minutes, 20 shots-16 saves) , EMPTY NET (01:18, 0-0); MAINE, Brittany Ott 2-2-0 (60:00, 32-30). Attendance: 197 Official Time: 1:54

>> Game 7 Oct 22,2010 Boston College Eagles 3 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 3 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn.

>> Game 9

Oct 30, 2010 Colgate University Raiders 2 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 1 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn.

>> Game 11

Goals by Period BC QU

Goals by Period CU QU

Goals by Period QU UNION

1 2 1

2 1 1

3 OT 0 0 1 0

Final 3 3

1st Period — 1, BC, Kelli Stack/7 (Taylor Wasylk/5, Danielle Doherty/4) :33. 2, BC, Danielle Welch/1 (Mary Restuccia/5, Kristina Brown/1) 11:59. 3, QU, WHEELER, Kate/4 (BABSTOCK, Kelly/10) 15:06 Penalties: Danielle Doherty, BC (checking) 2:18; Dru Burns, BC (crosschecking) 6:39. 2nd Period — 4, BC, Taylor Wasylk/4 (Alison Szlosek/1) 2:30. 5, QU, UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica/6 (DYMARCZYK, Bethany/7, BABSTOCK, Kelly/11) 16:10 (pp). Penalties: BURMAN, Lindsay, QU (checking) 3:12; DAVIES, Kelley, QU (roughing) 8:17; Taylor Wasylk, BC (roughing) 14:21; VIEWEG, Felica, QU (hooking) 16:45; ORLANDO, Elena, QU (hitting after whistle) 19:10; Kelli Stack, BC (hitting after whistle) 19:10. 3rd period — 6, QU, WHEELER, Kate/5 (VIEWEG, Felica/3, BABSTOCK, Kelly/12) 17:34 (pp). Penalties: BABSTOCK, Kelly, QU (checking) :18; Mary Restuccia, BC (checking) 9:08; UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica, QU (tripping) 13:15; Blake Bolden, BC (interference) 16:33. Shots on goal: BC 5-12-11-0 28; QU 4-8-13-1 26.. Power plays: BC 0 of 6; QU 2 of 5.. Penalties: BC 6 (12 min); QU 6 (12 min).. Goalies: BC, Molly Schaus (65:00 minutes, 26 shots23 saves); QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria (65:00, 28-25). Attendance: 692 Official Time: 2:08

>> Game 8

1 1 0

Goals by Period COR QU

Goals by Period PRIN QU

3 OT 1 – 0 –

Final 5 1

1st Period — 1, QU, WHEELER, Kate/6 (BABSTOCK, Kelly/13, UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica/5) 16:08. 2, COR, Johnston, Rebecca/2 (Karpenko, Chelsea/2, Jenner, Brianne/2) 17:44 (pp). 3, COR, Fortino, Laura/1 (Overguard, Karlee/1, Jenner, Brianne/3) 18:52 (pp). Penalties: White, Catherine, COR (checking) 1:22; UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica, QU (checking) 12:18; DYMARCZYK, Bethany, QU (tripping) 16:35; BABSTOCK, Kelly, QU (tripping) 17:44. 2nd Period — 4, COR, Campbell, Jessica/5 (Johnston, Rebecca/4, Jenner, Brianne/4) 6:09. 5, COR, Karpenko, Chelsea/2 (Young, Amanda/3) 16:08. Penalties: Hughes, Hayley, COR (tripping) 3:08; Overguard, Amber, COR (checking) 8:47; BURMAN, Lindsay, QU (tripping) 11:36. 3rd period — 6, COR, Campbell, Jessica/6 (Young, Amanda/5, Overguard, Karlee/2) 14:26 (sh). Penalties: Fortino, Laura, COR (holding) 2:06; Overguard, Amber, COR (interference) 9:04; Gagliardi, Alyssa, COR (tripping) 12:51. Shots on goal: COR 17-11-16 44; QU 7-11-7 25.. Power plays: COR 2 of 2; QU 0 of 6 Penalties: COR 6 (12 min); QU 4 (8 min). Goalies: COR, Mazzotta, Amanda 3-0-0 (60:00 minutes, 25 shots-24 saves); QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 5-2-1 (60:00, 44-39). Attendance: 285 Official Time: 1:55

Final 2 1

Shots on goal: CUWIH 15-8-14-2 39; QU 4-9-8-0 21 Power plays: CUWIH 1 of 4; QU 0 of 5. Penalties: CUWIH 6 (12 min); QU 6 (12 min). Goalies: CUWIH, Plenderleith, Lisa 1-3-0 (61:36 minutes, 21 shots-20 saves); QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 5-3-1 (61:36, 39-37). Attendance: 363 Official Time: 2:00

>> Game 10

2 2 0

3 OT 0 1 1 0

1st Period — 1, CUWIH, Klynstra, Jenna/3 (Kirwan, Amanda/4) 11:39. Penalties: Peterson, Heidi, CUWIH (cross-checking) 17:08. 2nd Period — Penalties: COLIN, Amanda, QU (tripping) 1:19; Doyle, Shannon, CUWIH (roughing) 5:46; Walsh, Rachel, CUWIH (roughing) 5:46; BABSTOCK, Kelly, QU (roughing) 5:46. 3rd period — 2, QU, ORLANDO, Elena/1 (EKLUND, Kristen/2) 7:11. Penalties: Phillips, Brittany, CUWIH (checking) 2:08; Routman, Whitney, CUWIH (interference) 8:16; DAVIES, Kelley, QU (roughing) 9:48; Phillips, Brittany, CUWIH (goaltender interference) 10:23; UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica, QU (tripping) 12:00; BRACKETT, Olivia, QU (charging) 19:31. OT Period — 3, CUWIH, Klynstra, Jenna/3 (Milan, Hannah/1, Waters, Jessi/1) 1:36 (pp). Penalties: BABSTOCK, Kelly, QU (hooking) :24.

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2 0 0

Nov 2, 2010 Princeton University Tigers 2 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 5 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. 1 2 2

2 0 2

3 OT 0 – 1 –

Final 2 5

1st Period — 11, PRIN, Sherry, Sasha/1 (Martindale, Laura/1) :54 (pp). 2, PRIN, Kinney, Alex/1 4:24. 3, QU, DAVIES, Kelley/1 13:43. 4, QU, BOULTON, Regan/5 (UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica/6) 17:28. Penalties: EKLUND, Kristen, QU (hooking) :46; Romanchuk, Paula, PRIN (checking) 7:26. 2nd Period — 5, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/6 (DYMARCZYK, Bethany/8) 8:32 (pp). 6, QU, LYONS, Brittany/3 (ILLCHUK, Chelsea/2, ELKINS, Jordan/1) 17:37. Penalties: Romanchuk, Paula, PRIN (hooking) 6:40; DAVIES, Kelley, QU (interference) 11:05; Landry, Heather, PRIN (hooking) 15:23 3rd period — 7, QU, BOULTON, Regan/6 19:14 (empty net) (sh). Penalties: WIGNALL, Shelby, QU (cross-checking) 15:35; UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica, QU (hooking) 17:57; Laing, Denna, PRIN (interference) 18:46.

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2 0 0

Nov 5, 2010 3 2

3 OT 0 – 1 –

Final 3 2

1st Period — 1, QU, BURMAN, Lindsay/1 (BABSTOCK, Kelly/14, COLIN, Amanda/1) :30. 2, QU, DAVIES, Kelley/2 3:47. 3, UNION, Kelly Alyea/1 8:25 (sh). 4, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/7 (WHEELER, Kate/3) 19:23. Penalties Stefanie Thomson, UNION (boarding) 6:53; Maddy Norton, UNION (interference) 13:35. 2nd Period —Penalties WIGNALL, Shelby, QU (high sticking) 5:29; Stefanie Thomson, UNION (boarding) 11:15; ELKINS, Jordan, QU (hooking) 19:53. 3rd period — 5, UNION, Kelly Alyea/2 (Emilie Arseneault/1, Lauren Hoffman/1) 13:26. Penalties WHEELER, Kate, QU (hooking) 3:32; Marissa Gentile, UNION (interference) 10:12; Emma Rambo, UNION (checking) 17:57. Shots on goal: QU 19-11-12 42; UNION 3-6-11 20. Power plays: QU 0 of 5; UNION 0 of 3. Penalties: QU 3 (6 min); UNION 5 (10 min). Goalies: QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 7-3-1 (59:58 minutes, 20 shots-18 saves) , EMPTY NET (00:02, 0-0); UNION, Alana Marcinko (03:47, 7-5) , Kate Gallagher 1-6-0 (55:43, 35-34) , EMPTY NET (00:30, 0-0). Attendance: 49 Official Time: 1:55

>> Game 12 Nov. 6, 2010 Quinnipiac University Bobcats: 0 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Engineers: 2 Houston Field House • Troy, NY Goals by Period QU RPI

1 0 0

2 0 1

3 OT 0 – 1 –

Final 0 2

1st Period — Penalties: Smelker, Jordan, RPIW (hooking) 8:22; Vadner, Sierra, RPIW (checking) 14:44. 2nd Period — 1, RPIW, Padmore, Clare/1 (Jakubowski, Kristen/2, O’Keefe, Sydney/1) 16:15. Penalties: Horton, Taylor, RPIW (charging) 8:38. 3rd period — 2, RPIW, Harrison, Alisa/2 (Smelker, Jordan/2) 19:28 (empty net). Shots on goal: QU 9-7-9 25; RPIW 7-9-10 26. Power plays: QU 0 of 3; RPIW 0 of 0. Penalties: QU 0 (0 min); RPIW 3 (6 min). Goalies: QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 7-4-1 (59:38 minutes, 25 shots-24 saves) , EMPTY NET (00:22, 0-0); RPIW, van der Bliek, Sonja 3-6-1 (60:00, 25-25). Attendance: 125 Official Time: 1:50

Shots on goal: PRIN 11-7-9 27; QU 13-12-8 33. Power plays: PRIN 1 of 4; QU 1 of 3.. Penalties: PRIN 4 (8 min); QU 4 (8 min). Goalies: PRIN, Segiun, Cassie 1-4 (56:42 minutes, 32 shots-28 saves) , EMPTY NET (03:18, 0-0); QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 6-3-1 (60:00, 27-25). Attendance: 158 Official Time: 1:55

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>> Game 13

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Nov 12, 2010 Harvard University Crimson 1 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 4 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn.

Quinnipiac University Bobcats Colgate University Raiders Ingalls Rink • New Haven, Conn.

Goals by Period HARV QU

Goals by Period CU QU

1 0 1

2 0 3

3 OT 1 – 0 –

Final 1 4

1st Period — 1, QU, ILLCHUK, Chelsea/1 (BRACKETT, Olivia/1, COLIN, Amanda/2) 10:37. Penalties: PERRY, Melissa, QU (tripping) 14:59; Spurling, Kaitlin, HARV (interference) 18:28. 2nd Period — 2, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/8 (ELKINS, Jordan/2) 1:44. 3, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/9 (WHEELER, Kate/4, ORLANDO, Elena/2) 6:45. 4, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/10 (WHEELER, Kate/5, BRACKETT, Olivia/2) 17:17. Penalties: Spurling, Kaitlin, HARV (checking) 3:25; Gedman, Marissa, HARV (checking) 9:26. 3rd period — 5, HARV, Kennedy, Whitney/1 3:17. Shots on goal: HARV 12-8-8 28; QU 10-13-2 25. Power plays: HARV 0 of 1; QU 0 of 3. Penalties: HARV 3 (6 min); QU 1 (2 min). Goalies: HARV, Bellamy, Laura 2-2-1 (39:50 minutes, 23 shots-19 saves) , Joarnt, Lauren (20:10, 2-2); QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 8-4-1 (60:00, 28-27). Attendance: 507 Official Time: 1:50

>> Game 14

Nov 13, 2010 Dartmouth College Big Green 4 Quinnipiac University Bobcats: 3 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn.

Goals by Period DART QU

1 2 2

2 1 1

3 OT 0 1 0 0

Final 4 3

1st Period — 1, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/11 (WHEELER, Kate/6) 5:17 (pp). 2, DART, Foley, Kelly/3 (Dumais, Camille/4) 8:58. 3, DART, Dumais, Camille/3 (Komarek, Sally/5, Nanji, Sasha/3) 14:06. 4, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/12 16:58. Penalties: Hobeika, Jenna, DART (tripping) 4:14; BABSTOCK, Kelly, QU (hooking) 19:46. 2nd Period — 5, DART, Trunzo, Amanda/4 (Kelly, Lauren/2, Sharp, Margaux/1) 10:04 (pp). 6, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/13 18:22 Penalties: Gleason, Ellie, DART (roughing) 2:53; ORLANDO, Elena, QU (tripping) 9:18; MACKINNON, Emily, QU (interference) 13:18. 3rd period — Penalties: BOULTON, Regan, QU (high sticking) 15:50; Nanji, Sasha, DART (roughing) 17:01; Horner, Katie, DART (checking) 18:11. OT Period — 7, DART, Nanji, Sasha/6 (Dumais, Camille/5, Trunzo,Amanda/4) 1:04 (pp). Penalties: COLIN, Amanda, QU (tripping) :49. Shots on goal: DART 9-9-7-1 26; QU 10-2-7-0 19. Power plays: DART 2 of 5; QU 1 of 3. Penalties: COR 2 (4 min); QU 3 (6 min). Goalies: DART, Woodcox, Whitney 2-0-0 (61:00 minutes, 19 shots-16 saves) , EMPTY NET (00:04, 0-0); QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 8-5-1 (61:04, 26-22). Attendance: 213 Official Time: 1:55

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1 0 0

2 2 0

Nov 19, 2010 4 0

3 OT 2 – 0 –

Final 4 0

1st Period — Penalties: Colborne, Jacquie, CUWIH (checking) 9:31; UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica, QU (slashing) 17:37. 2nd Period —1, QU, ELKINS, Jordan (DAVIES, Kelley) 2:25 (pp). 2, QU, COLIN, Amanda (VIEWEG, Felica, LYONS, Brittany) 2:41. Penalties: Brickner, Jordan, CUWIH (hooking) 2:16; UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica, QU (hooking) 8:37; Colborne, Jacquie, CUWIH (tripping) 9:23; ELKINS, Jordan, QU (holding) 11:47; Walsh, Rachel, CUWIH (too many players on ice) 12:35; PERRY, Melissa, QU (hooking) 17:40; BABSTOCK, Kelly, QU (checking) 19:44 3rd period — 3, QU, BOULTON, Regan (WHEELER, Kate, UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica) 4:39 (pp). 4, QU, COLIN, Amanda (LYONS, Brittany, ELKINS, Jordan) 10:13. Penalties: Phillips, Brittany, CUWIH (slashing) 3:40; Brickner, Jordan, CUWIH (tripping) 8:10; DAVIES, Kelley, QU (interference) 17:33. Shots on goal: QU 9-11-12 32; CUWIH 10-8-9 27 Power plays: QU 2 of 6; CUWIH 0 of 6 Penalties: QU 6 (12 min); CUWIH 6 (12 min). Goalies: QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria (60:00 minutes, 27 shots27 saves); CUWIH, Sass, Kimberly (60:00, 32-28). Attendance: 30 Official Time: 1:50

>> Game 16 Quinnipiac University Bobcats Cornell University Big Red Lynah Rink • Ithaca, NY. Goals by Period QU COR

1 0 4

2 0 0

Nov 20, 2010 0 4

3 OT 0 – 0 –

Final 0 4

1st Period — 1, COR, Overguard, Amber (Fortino, Laura) 4:32. 2, COR, Karpenko, Chelsea (Hughes, Hayley) 5:41. 3, COR, Campbell, Jessica (Johnston, Rebecca) 17:52. 4, COR, Hughes, Hayley (White,Catherine, Rougeau, Lauriane) 18:56 (pp). Penalties: WIGNALL, Shelby, QU (high sticking) 6:04; BOULTON, Regan, QU (tripping) 17:52. 2nd Period — Karpenko, Chelsea, COR (goaltender interference) 16:11. 3rd period — Fortino, Laura, COR (interference) 13:42. Shots on goal: QU 5-8-5 18; COR 13-16-8 37. Power plays: QU 0 of 2; COR 1 of 2. Penalties: QU 2 (4 min); COR 2 (4 min).Goalies: QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 9-6-1 (60:00 minutes, 37 shots-33 saves); COR, Mazzotta, Amanda 8-1 (60:00, 18-18). Attendance: 522 Official Time: 1:51

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>> Game 17 Nov 26, 2010 Sacred Heart University Pioneers 1 Quinnipiac University: 9 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn Goals by Period SHUW QU

1 0 3

2 1 3

3 OT 0 – 3 –

Final 1 9

1st Period — 1, QU, LYONS, Brittany/4 (VIEWEG, Felica/5) 2:08. 2, QU, PERRY, Melissa/1 (ELKINS, Jordan/4, COLIN, Amanda/3) 14:25 (pp). 3, QU, DYMARCZYK, Bethany/2 (WHEELER, Kate/8, BABSTOCK, Kelly/15) 16:50 (pp). Penalties: Sarah Delaney, SHUW (tripping) 12:39; Kate Dunlop, SHUW (tripping) 16:23 2nd Period —4, QU, UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica/7 (BABSTOCK, Kelly/16, WHEELER, Kate/8) :53. 5, QU, ELKINS, Jordan/3 (BABSTOCK, Kelly/17) 5:55. 6, QU, EKLUND, Kristen/1 (ILLCHUK, Chelsea/3, BURMAN, Lindsay/3) 8:58. 7, SHUW, Sara Hanna/1 (Nicole Palazzo/1) 9:59. Penalties: WHEELER, Kate, QU (checking) 10:19; Jennifer Burroughs, SHUW (tripping) 11:10. 3rd period — 8, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/14 (WHEELER, Kate/10, WIGNALL, Shelby/2) 5:47. 9, QU, WHEELER, Kate/7 (BABSTOCK, Kelly/18, UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica/8) 12:18. 10, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/15 (UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica/9) 15:44. Shots on goal: SHUW 2-4-1 7; QU 17-29-20 66. Power plays: SHUW 0 of 1; QU 2 of 2. Penalties: SHUW 3 (6 min); QU 1 (2 min). Goalies: SHUW, Alexius Schutt 1-9 (60:00 minutes, 66 shots-57 saves); QU, SPIESSL, Micheal (20:00, 1-1) , NAGEL, Amanda 1-0-0 (40:00, 6-5). Attendance: 263 Official Time: 1:50

>> Game 18

Nov 27, 2010 Yale University Bulldogs 1 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 2 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn.

Goals by Period YALE QU

1 0 1

2 1 1

3 OT 0 – 0 –

Final 1 2

1st Period — ,QU, WHEELER, Kate/8 (DYMARCZYK, Bethany/9, UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica/10) 19:54. . 2nd Period — 2, YALE, Zupon, Alyssa/4 (Hughes, Aleca/1, Ketchum, Bray/4) 3:01. 3, QU, LYONS, Brittany/5 (WIGNALL, Shelby/3) 11:56. Penalties: Grant, Heather, YALE (checking) 15:34. 3rd period — Tomimoto, Tara, YALE (checking) 15:03. Shots on goal: YALE 8-5-10 23; QU 15-14-14 43. Power plays: YALE 0 of 0; QU 0 of 2. Penalties: YALE 2 (4 min); QU 0 (0 min). Goalies: YALE, Snikeris, Jackee 2-1-0 (58:40 minutes, 43 shots-41 saves) , EMPTY NET (01:20, 0-0); QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 10-6-1 (60:00, 23-22). Attendance: 222 Official Time: 2:07

>> Game 19 Dec 3, 2010 Brown University Bears 0 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 4 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn.

Quinnipiac University Bobcats Princeton University Tigers Hobey Baker Rink • Princeton, NJ

Goals by Period BRWN QU

Goals by Period QU PRIN

1 0 1

2 0 2

3 OT 0 – 1 –

Final 0 4

1st Period — 1, QU, DYMARCZYK, Bethany/3 (BABSTOCK, Kelly/19) 2:22. Penalties: PERRY, Melissa, QU (tripping) 6:14; PYETT, Paige, BRWN (hooking) 18:15; COLIN, Amanda, QU (embellishment) 18:15. 2nd Period — 2, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/16 (UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica/11, WIGNALL, Shelby/4) 4:04. 3, QU, DAVIES, Kelley/3 (ORLANDO, Elena/3, ELKINS, Jordan/5) 14:53 (pp). Penalties: KITTREDGE, Kelly, BRWN (tripping) 9:25; SMITH, Victoria, BRWN (interference) 14:34. 3rd period — 4, QU, ILLCHUK, Chelsea/2 (DYMARCZYK, Bethany/10, ORLANDO, Elena/4) 19:12. Penalties: PIERRI, Jacquie, BRWN (checking) 2:10; PYETT, Paige, BRWN (interference) 4:53; PERRY, Melissa, QU (holding) 14:39. Shots on goal: BRWN 5-7-5 17; QU 13-13-14 40. Power plays: BRWN 0 of 2; QU 1 of 5. Penalties: BRWN 5 (10 min); QU 3 (6 min). Goalies: BRWN, JAMIESON, Katie 3-3-1 (60:00 minutes, 40 shots-36 saves); QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 11-6-1 (60:00, 17-17). Attendance: 202 Official Time: 1:50

>> Game 20 Dec 4, 2010 Yale University Bulldogs 1 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 3 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. Goals by Period YALE QU

1 0 1

2 1 1

3 OT 0 – 1 –

Final 1 3

1st Period — 1, QU, UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica/8 (DYMARCZYK, Bethany/12, WHEELER, Kate/11) 8:20 (pp). Penalties: Davis, Lauren, YALE (hooking) 7:38; Moncion, Danielle, YALE (charging) 10:14; BABSTOCK, Kelly, QU (high sticking) 13:23; Hughes, Aleca, YALE (checking) 16:08; Ketchum, Bray, YALE (hooking) 18:07. 2nd Period — 2, YALE, Hughes, Aleca/3 (Gray, Jamie/1, Zupon, Alyssa/2) 2:33. 3, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/17 4:03. Penalties: Lawrence, Jennifer, YALE (holding) 5:10; WHEELER, Kate, QU (tripping) 9:18; EKLUND, Kristen, QU (slashing) 14:05. 3rd period — 4, QU, ELKINS, Jordan/4 (VIEWEG, Felica/6, COLIN, Amanda/4) 8:53 (pp). Penalties: MacLean, Samantha, YALE (tripping) 8:33. Shots on goal: YALE 2-15-6 23; QU 14-9-8 31. Power plays: YALE 0 of 3; QU 2 of 6. Penalties: YALE 6 (12 min); QU 3 (6 min). Goalies: YALE, Snikeris, Jackee 2-3-1 (58:17 minutes, 31 shots-28 saves) , EMPTY NET (01:43, 0-0); QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 12-6-1 (59:54, 23-22) , EMPTY NET (00:06, 0-0). Attendance: 311 Official Time: 1:56

>> Game 21

1 0 2

2 0 1

Jan 3, 2011 0 3

3 OT 0 – 0 –

Final 0 3

1st Period — 1, PRIN, Johnson, Julie/4 (Kinney, Alex/3) 8:33. 2, PRIN, Romanchuk, Paula/7 (Sherry, Sasha/9, Landry, Heather/3) 9:10. Penalties: DAVIES, Kelley, QU (hooking) 11:08; Laing, Denna, PRIN (hooking) 16:23; BABSTOCK, Kelly, QU (tripping) 20:00. 2nd Period — 3, PRIN, DiCesare, Danielle/2 (Butler, Sally/6, Bellisario, Krystyna/1) 9:10. Penalties: Sherry, Sasha, PRIN (kneeing) 1:34; Laing, Denna, PRIN (hooking) 12:35. 3rd period — Penalties: BURMAN, Lindsay, QU (tripping) 2:43; VIEWEG, Felica, QU (interference) 13:24; Martindale, Laura, PRIN (tripping) 14:15. Shots on goal: QU 9-6-4 19; PRIN 9-6-4 19. Power plays: QU 0 of 4; PRIN 0 of 4. Penalties: QU 4 (8 min); PRIN 4 (8 min). Goalies: QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 12-7-1 (60:00 minutes, 19 shots-16 saves); PRIN, Weber, Rachel 6-6-1 (59:42, 19-19), EMPTY NET (00:18, 0-0). Attendance: 75 Official Time: 1:54

>> Game 22 Quinnipiac University Bobcats St. Lawrence University Saints Appleton Arena • Canton, NY Goals by Period QU SLU

1 3 1

2 0 0

Jan 7, 2011 3 2

3 OT 0 – 1 –

Final 3 2

1st Period — 1, QU, UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica/9 (BABSTOCK, Kelly/20, BOULTON, Regan/5) 4:52. 2, QU, LYONS, Brittany/6 (VIEWEG, Felica/7) 9:15 (pp). 3, SLU, Lauren Brozowski/3 (Bailey Habscheid/7) 12:15. 4, QU, COLIN, Amanda/3 (LYONS, Brittany/4, WIGNALL, Shelby/5) 17:39. Penalties: Brooke Fernandez, SLU (tripping) 9:05; Rylee Smith, SLU (high sticking) 14:28. 2nd Period — Penalties: Brooke Fernandez, SLU (roughing) 4:57; Brooke Fernandez, SLU (hooking) 10:33; MACKINNON, Emily, QU (slashing) 14:25. 3rd period — 5, SLU, Kelly Sabatine/9 (Alley Bero/6, Jamie Goldsmith/7) 19:01. Penalties: Kirsten Roach, SLU (crosschecking) 3:13; Rylee Smith, SLU (roughing) 6:51; Karell Emard, SLU (interference) 10:38; Kayla Sullivan, SLU (tripping) 12:47; ORLANDO, Elena, QU (high sticking) 15:36. Shots on goal: QU 12-11-11 34; SLU 8-8-4 20. Power plays: QU 1 of 8; SLU 0 of 2. Penalties: QU 2 (4 min); SLU 8 (16 min). Goalies: QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 13-7-1 (59:54 minutes, 20 shots-18 saves) , EMPTY NET (00:06, 0-0); SLU, Maxie Weisz 5-7-1 (56:08, 34-31) , EMPTY NET (03:52, 0-0). Attendance: 223 Official Time: 1:52

>> Game 23 Jan 8, 2011 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 3 Clarkson University Golden Knights 2 Cheel Arena • Potsdam, NY Goals by Period QU CLARKSON

1 0 1

2 1 0

3 OT 1 1 1 0

Final 3 2

1st Period — 1, CLARKSON, Waldie, Melissa/9 (Baribeau, Juana/7, Ptolemy, Katelyn/4) 10:41. Penalties: Gillanders, Kali, CLARKSON (roughing) 1:40; UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica, QU (tripping) 5:40. 2nd Period — 2, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/18 9:39. Penalties: - BABSTOCK, Kelly, QU (hooking) :16; Waldie, Melissa, CLARKSON (slashing) 1:07; Styner, Brittany, CLARKSON (tripping) 3:18; Baribeau, Juana, CLARKSON (roughing) 6:01; Mulligan, Brittany, CLARKSON (roughing) 10:15. 3rd period — 3, CLARKSON, Gagnon, Vanessa/1 (Ptolemy, Katelyn/5) 3:29. 4, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/19 (BOULTON, Regan/5, VIEWEG, Felica/7) 14:05. OT period: 5, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/20 (WHEELER, Kate/12, UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica/12) 3:25. Shots on goal: QU 9-19-11-4 43; CLARKSON 11-7-13-1 32. Power plays: QU 0 of 5; CLARKSON 0 of 2. Penalties: QU 2 (4 min); CLARKSON 5 (10 min). Goalies: QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 14-7-1 (63:22 minutes, 32 shots-30 saves) , EMPTY NET (00:03, 0-0); CLARKSON, Dahm, Lauren 4-8-1 (63:25, 43-40). Attendance: 222 Official Time: 2:00

>> Game 24 Jan 21, 2011 Quinnipiac University Bobcats: 1 Wayne State University Warriors 2 Tennity Ice Pavilion • Syracuse, N.Y. Goals by Period QU WS

1 0 0

2 0 1

3 OT 1 – 1 –

Final 1 2

1st period — Penalties: LYONS, Brittany, QU (slashing) :40; Cari Coen, WS (checking) 6:23; VIEWEG, Felica, QU (hooking) 15:52. 2nd period — 1, WS, Micheline Frappier/4 (Adrianna Pfeffer/3, Julie Ingratta/8) 4:48 (pp). Penalties: ILLCHUK, Chelsea, QU (tripping) 1:41; DAVIES, Kelley, QU (interference) 2:16; VIGILANTI, Victoria, QU (delay of game) 3:05; Lauren Coxon, WS (checking) 15:39; BABSTOCK, Kelly, QU (interference) 19:38. 3rd period — 2, WS, Jill Szandzik/2 (Adrianna Pfeffer/4, V. Laramee-Paquette/9) 10:31. 3, QU, BOULTON, Regan/8 18:41. Penalties: BABSTOCK, Kelly, QU (checking) 6:16; Adrianna Pfeffer, WS (interference) 7:50; Alyssa Baldin, WS (checking) 14:13. Shots on goal: QU 7-7-15 29; WS 5-11-5 21. Power plays: QU 0 of 4; WS 1 of 7. Penalties: QU 7 (14 min); WS 4 (8 min). Goalies: QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 14-8-1 (58:24 minutes, 21 shots-19 saves) , EMPTY NET (01:36, 0-0); WS, Delayne Brian 8-13-0 (60:00, 29-28). Attendance: 206 Official Time: 1:58

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>> Game 25 Jan 22, 2011 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 3 Wayne State University Warriors 0 City Sports Center • Detroit Michigan.

>> Game 27 Jan 29, 2011 St. Lawrence University Saints: 2 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 4 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn.

>> Game 29 Feb 5, 2011 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 2 Harvard University Crimson 3 Bright Hockey Center • Cambridge, Mass

Goals by Period QU WS

Goals by Period SLU QU

Goals by Period QU HARV

1 1 0

2 2 0

3 OT 0 – 0 –

Final 3 0

1st Period — 1, QU, WHEELER, Kate/9 2:44. Penalties: Lauren Lovold, WS (roughing) 6:05; PERRY, Melissa, QU (interference) 16:34; Ciara Lee, WS (tripping) 19:08. 2nd Period — 2, QU, WHEELER, Kate/10 (PERRY, Melissa/1, DAVIES, Kelley/2) 13:39 (pp). 3, QU, COLIN, Amanda/4 (BABSTOCK, Kelly/21, DYMARCZYK, Bethany/12) 13:56. Penalties: V. Laramee-Paquette, WS (interference) 12:31. 3rd period — Penalties: DAVIES, Kelley, QU (hooking) 4:51; Jill Szandzik, WS (charging) 6:35; BURMAN, Lindsay, QU (holding) 9:40; WHEELER, Kate, QU (holding) 14:03; LAVALLEE, Kelly, QU (cross-checking) 17:18. Shots on goal: QU 12-14-8 34; WS 5-4-11 20. Power plays: QU 1 of 4; WS 0 of 5. Penalties: QU 5 (10 min); WS 4 (8 min). Goalies: QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 15-8-1 (59:59 minutes, 20 shots-20 saves) , EMPTY NET (00:01, 0-0); WS, Delayne Brian 8-14-0 (60:00, 34-31). Attendance: 209 Official Time: 1:56

>> Game 26 Jan 28, 2011 Clarkson University Golden Knights 3 Quinnipiac University Bobcats: 2 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. Goals by Period CLARKSON QU

1 0 0

2 0 2

3 OT 2 1 0 0

Final 3 2

1st Period — Penalties: Boudreau, Danielle, CLARKSON (roughing) 1:36. 2nd Period — . 1, QU, LYONS, Brittany/7 (DAVIES, Kelley/3, WHEELER, Kate/13) 9:04 (pp). 2, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/21 12:41 (sh). Penalties: Ptolemy, Katelyn, CLARKSON (hooking) 7:34; ILLCHUK, Chelsea, QU (cross-checking) 11:07; Baribeau, Juana, CLARKSON (tripping) 15:15. 3rd period — 3, CLARKSON, Skirrow, Danielle/8 (Gagnon, Vanessa/1, Wood, Hailey/7) 7:37. 4, CLARKSON, Skirrow, Danielle/9 (Rattray, Jamie Lee/11, Tendler, Daris/4) 18:27. Penalties: DYMARCZYK, Bethany, QU(tripping) 13:50. OT period — 5, CLARKSON, Mulligan, Brittany/3 (Tendler, Daris/5, Skirrow, Danielle/3) 4:16. Shots on goal: CLARKSON 7-7-16-3 33; QU 10-6-11-1 28. Power plays: CLARKSON 0 of 2; QU 1 of 3. Penalties: CLARKSON 3 (6 min); QU 2 (4 min). Goalies: CLARKSON, Howe, Erica 6-4-2 (64:16 minutes, 28 shots-26 saves); QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 15-9-1 (64:14, 33-30) , EMPTY NET (00:02, 0-0). Attendance: 581 Official Time: 2:00

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1 0 0

2 1 2

3 OT 1 – 2 –

Final 2 4

1st Period — Penalties: Karell Emard, SLU (holding) 10:01; WIGNALL, Shelby, QU (tripping) 17:14. 2nd Period — 1, SLU, Mel Desrochers/3 3:32. 2, QU, PERRY, Melissa/2 (ELKINS, Jordan/6, DAVIES, Kelley/4) 6:11 (pp). 3, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/22 15:55 (sh). Penalties: Vanessa Emond, SLU (checking) 5:05; PERRY, Melissa, QU (interference) 15:09. 3rd period — 4, QU, LYONS, Brittany/8 (ELKINS, Jordan/7, PERRY, Melissa/2) 8:01. 5, QU, WHEELER, Kate/12 (DAVIES, Kelley/5, LYONS, Brittany/5) 9:35. 6, SLU, Karell Emard/7 (Brooke Fernandez/13, Kelly Sabatine/12) 18:50. Penalties: BURMAN, Lindsay, QU (tripping) 4:37; UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica, QU (holding) 12:34. Shots on goal: SLU 8-9-6 23; QU 10-12-5 27.. Power plays: SLU 0 of 4; QU 1 of 2. Penalties: SLU 2 (4 min); QU 4 (8 min). Goalies: SLU, Caitlyn Lahonen 5-5-1 (54:40 minutes, 27 shots-23 saves) , EMPTY NET (05:20, 0-0); QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 16-9-1 (60:00, 23-21). Attendance: 663 Official Time: 1:52

>> Game 28 Feb 4, 2011 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 4 Dartmouth University Big Green 0 Thompson Arena • Hanover, NH. Goals by Period QU DART

1 0 0

2 2 0

3 OT 2 – 0 –

Final 4 1

1st Period — Penalties: WIGNALL, Shelby, QU (tripping) 6:39; Horner, Katie, DART (interference) 14:30. 2nd Period — 1, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/23 (DYMARCZYK, Bethany/13) 13:45 (pp). 2, QU, VIEWEG, Felica/1 (UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica/13) 18:17 (pp). Penalties: PERRY, Melissa, QU (interference) 6:53; Komarek, Sally, DART (holding) 11:07; Horner, Katie, DART (checking) 12:38; Hobeika, Jenna, DART (boarding) 14:00; Horner, Katie, DART (hooking) 17:28. 3rd period — 3, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/24 (COLIN, Amanda/5, WIGNALL, Shelby/6) 2:46. 4, QU, WHEELER, Kate/12 18:51 (empty net) (sh). Penalties: WIGNALL, Shelby, QU (interference) 10:51; PERRY, Melissa, QU (tripping) 17:13; DAVIES, Kelley, QU (tripping) 18:29.16:53. Shots on goal: QU 11-13-5 29; DART 8-8-19 35. Power plays: QU 2 of 5; DART 0 of 4. Penalties: QU 5 (10 min); DART 5 (13 min). Goalies: QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 17-9-1 (60:00 minutes, 35 shots-35 saves); DART, Holdcroft, Lindsay 10-6-0 (59:34, 28-25) , EMPTY NET (00:26, 0-0). Attendance: 942 Official Time: 2:05

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1 0 0

2 2 0

3 OT 0 – 3 –

Final 2 3

1st Period — Penalties: DAVIES, Kelley, QU (checking) :34; Pucci, Josephine, HARV (interference) 11:32; Gedman, Marissa, HARV (interference) 12:50; Wheeler, Ashley, HARV (hooking) 14:25. 2nd Period — 1, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/25 :39. 2, QU, COLIN, Amanda/5 (UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica/14, BABSTOCK, Kelly/22) 6:14 (pp). Penalties: Chute, Katharine, HARV (checking) 1:19; Romatoski, Kelsey, HARV (holding) 4:53; WIGNALL, Shelby, QU (checking) 12:28. 3rd period — 3, HARV, Armstrong, Kalley/3 (Buesser, Kate/8) 2:08. 4, HARV, Pucci, Josephine/7 (Baumgartner, Alisa/3, Coskren, Leanna/11) 5:05. 5, HARV, Armstrong, Kalley/4 (Spurling, Kaitlin/3) 9:51. Penalties: PERRY, Melissa, QU (interference) 13:31; Dempsey, Jillian, HARV (boarding) 19:33. Shots on goal: QU 12-11-9 32; HARV 11-10-23 44. Power plays: QU 1 of 6; HARV 0 of 3. Penalties: QU 3 (6 min); HARV 6 (12 min). Goalies: QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 17-10-1 (59:28 minutes, 44 shots-41 saves) , EMPTY NET (00:32, 0-0); HARV, Bellamy, Laura 12-7-1 (60:00, 32-30). Attendance: 600 Official Time: 1:54

>> Game 30 Feb 8, 2011 University of New Hampshire Wildcats 1 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 1 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. Goals by Period UNH QU

1 0 0

2 0 1

3 OT 1 0 0 0

Final 1 1

1st Period — Penalties: Chappell, Kailey, UNH (slashing) 8:07. 2nd Period — 1, QU, COLIN, Amanda/6 (BABSTOCK, Kelly/23) 8:06. Penalties: Dziengelewski, R., UNH (holding) 2:47; BURMAN, Lindsay, QU (checking) 10:15; Birchard, Courtney, UNH (tripping) 17:28. 3rd period — 2, UNH, Birchard, Courtney/7 (O’Neill, Arielle/8, Chappell, Kailey/3) 12:45. Penalties: COLIN, Amanda, QU (tripping) 6:24. OT period — Penalties: Cuthbert, Sarah, UNH (too many players on ice) 4:38. Shots on goal: UNH 6-5-9-5 25; QU 9-8-6-2 25. Power plays: UNH 0 of 2; QU 0 of 4. Penalties: UNH 4 (8 min); QU 2 (4 min). Goalies: UNH, Herman, Kayley (65:00 minutes, 25 shots-24 saves); QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria (65:00, 25-24). Attendance: 101 Official Time: 1:58

>> Game 31 Feb 11, 2011 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Engineers 1 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 5 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn.

Quinnipiac University Bobcats Yale University Bulldogs Ingalls Rink • New Haven, CT

Goals by Period RPIW QU

Goals by Period QU YALE

1 0 3

2 0 1

3 OT 1 – 1 –

Final 1 5

1st Period — 1, QU, ELKINS, Jordan/5 (WHEELER, Kate/14, BABSTOCK, Kelly/24) 4:32 (pp). 2, QU, COLIN, Amanda/7 (BABSTOCK, Kelly/25, WHEELER, Kate/15) 10:26. 3, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/26 (DYMARCZYK, Bethany/14, BOULTON, Regan/7) 13:19 (pp). Penalties: Marzario, Madison, RPIW (hitting from behind) 2:57; Daniels, Katie, RPIW (checking) 12:53. 2nd Period — 4, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/27 (WHEELER, Kate/16, DYMARCZYK, Bethany/15) 7:15. Penalties: COLIN, Amanda, QU (interference) 2:59; Smelker, Jordan, RPIW (tripping) 4:15. 3rd period — 5, QU, LYONS, Brittany/9 (BABSTOCK, Kelly/26) 2:55. 6, RPIW, Smelker, Jordan/10 (Harrison, Alisa/11, Horton, Taylor/10) 8:16. Penalties: LYONS, Brittany, QU (interference) :49; WIGNALL, Shelby, QU (interference) 15:30. Shots on goal: RPIW 2-7-5 14; QU 13-11-8 32.. Power plays: RPIW 0 of 3; QU 2 of 2. Penalties: RPIW 3 (6 min); QU 3 (6 min). Goalies: RPIW, van der Bliek, Sonja 10-13-4 (60:00 minutes, 32 shots-27 saves); QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 18-10-2 (60:00, 14-13). Attendance: 272 Official Time: 1:47

>> Game 32 Feb 12, 2011 Union College Dutchwomen 0 Quinnipiac University Bobcats: 4 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. Goals by Period Union QU

1 0 1

2 0 2

3 OT 0 – 1 –

Final 0 4

1st Period — 1, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/28 (ORLANDO, Elena/5, LYONS, Brittany/6) 13:37. Penalties - WIGNALL, Shelby, QU (high sticking) 15:15. 2nd Period — 2, QU, LYONS, Brittany/10 (DYMARCZYK, Bethany/16) 3:46. 3, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/29 (COLIN, Amanda/6, WHEELER, Kate/17) 12:05. Penalties: Lauren Cromartie, UNION (hooking) 12:45; Stefanie Thomson, UNION (holding) 18:53. 3rd period — 4, QU, BURMAN, Lindsay/2 (LYONS, Brittany/7, DAVIES, Kelley/6) 8:41. Shots on goal: UNION 10-6-7 23; QU 13-19-14 46. Power plays: UNION 0 of 1; QU 0 of 2 Penalties: UNION 2 (4 min); QU 1 (2 min). Goalies: UNION, Kate Gallagher 1-21-1 (59:49 minutes, 46 shots-42 saves) , EMPTY NET (00:11, 0-0) QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 19-10-2 (60:00, 23-23). Attendance: 471 Official Time: 1:55

>> Game 33

1 0 0

2 0 0

Feb 18 2011 0 1

3 OT 0 – 1 –

Final 0 1

1st period — Penalties: Matichuk, Jen, YALE (checking) 4:15; EKLUND, Kristen, QU (interference) 12:42. 2nd Period — Penalties: MacLean, Samantha, YALE (checking) 10:36; ORLANDO, Elena, QU (tripping) 17:23; Raines, Jackie, YALE (hooking) 17:48. 3rd period — 1, YALE, Dunbar, Ashley/1 (Ciotti, Jenna/6, MacLean, Samantha/5) 14:18. Penalties: BURMAN, Lindsay, QU (checking) 5:04. Shots on goal: QU 17-12-6 35; YALE 1-6-5 12. Power plays: QU 0 of 3; YALE 0 of 3. Penalties: QU 3 (6 min); YALE 3 (6 min). Goalies: QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 19-11-2 Overall (59:40 minutes, 12 shots-11 saves) , EMPTY NET (00:20, 0-0); YALE, Snikeris, Jackee 7-10-1 Overall (60:00, 35-35). Attendance: 332 Official Time: 1:50

>> Game 34 Quinnipiac University Bobcats St. Brown University Bears Meehan Auditorium • Providence, RI Goals by Period QU BRWN

1 0 1

2 2 2

Feb 19, 2011 3 3

3 OT 1 0 0 0

Final 3 3

1st Period — 1, BRWN, FARRER, Erica (MYKOLENKO, Vika) 11:02. Penalties: GRIFFIN, Kelly, BRWN (hooking) 14:16; DANCEWICZ, Jenna, BRWN (hooking) 18:32. 2nd Period — 2, BRWN, POLENSKA, Alena (JOLIN, Laurie) 3:57. 3, QU, DYMARCZYK, Bethany (ORLANDO, Elena, ILLCHUK, Chelsea) 4:55. 4, BRWN, JOLIN, Laurie 9:24. 5, QU, ORLANDO, Elena (DYMARCZYK, Bethany, LYONS, Brittany) 13:37. Penalties: GRIFFIN, Kelly, BRWN (hitting from behind) 1:54; PYETT, Paige, BRWN (hooking) 11:12. 3rd period — 6, QU, BOULTON, Regan (DYMARCZYK, Bethany, COLIN, Amanda) 16:09 (pp). Penalties: KITTREDGE, Kelly, BRWN (hooking) 15:51. OT period — Penalties: DAVIES, Kelley, QU (tripping) 1:27. Shots on goal: QU 16-15-7-3 41; BRWN 10-10-5-3 28. Power plays: QU 1 of 6; BRWN 0 of 1. Penalties: QU 1 (2 min); BRWN 5 (10 min). Goalies: QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria (64:29 minutes, 28 shots25 saves); BRWN, JOUNG, Joy (64:29, 41-38). Attendance: 350 Official Time: 2:02

>> Game 35 Feb. 26, 2010 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Engineers: 1 Quinnipiac University Bobcats: 2 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. Goals by Period RPI QU

1 0 0

2 1 0

3 O2 0 0 1 1

Final 1 2

1st period — Penalties: VIEWEG, Felica, QU (hooking) 5:54; Padmore, Clare, RPI_WHKY (interference) 7:55. 2nd Period — 1, RPI_WHKY, Wright, Allison/12 (Harrison, Alisa/11, Horton, Taylor/10) 14:33 (pp). Penalties – EKLUND, Kristen, QU (tripping) 13:32. 3rd period — 2, QU, FLOR, Kallie/14 (VIEWEG, Felica/5) 14:32 (pp). Penalties: Vadner, Sierra, RPI_WHKY (holding) 14:26. OT period — Penalties: Castignetti, Amanda, RPI_ WHKY (interference) 5:55. O2 period — 3, QU, ILLCHUK, Chelsea/3 (EKLUND, Kristen/5, ELKINS, Jordan/8) 8:46. Shots on goal: RPI_WHKY 6–9–12–12–2 41; QU 5–7–8–8–7 35. Power plays: RPI_WHKY 1 of 2; QU 1 of 3. Penalties: RPI_WHKY 3 (6 min); QU 2 (4 min). Goalies: RPI_WHKY, van der Bliek, Sonja 13–14–5 (88:46 minutes, 35 shots–33 saves); QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 18–8–8 (88:46, 41–40). Attendance: 2143 Official Time: 3:03

>> Game 36 Quinnipiac University Bobcats Princeton UniversityTigers Hobey Baker Rink • Princeton, NJ Goals by Period Princeton QU

1 0 0

2 1 1

Feb 25, 2011 2 1

3 OT 1 – 0 –

Final 2 1

1st Period — Penalties: Sherry, Sasha, PRIN (checking) 9:46. 2nd Period — 1, PRIN, Sherry, Sasha/8 (DiCesare, Danielle/6, Romanchuk, Paula/7) :23. 2, QU, DYMARCZYK, Bethany/5 (LYONS, Brittany/9, COLIN, Amanda/8) 12:13. Penalties:ILLCHUK, Chelsea, QU (hooking) 8:27; Alleva, Rose, PRIN (interference) 16:51; Mucha, Olivia, PRIN (goaltender interference) 19:48. 3rd period — 3, QU, LYONS, Brittany/11 (BABSTOCK, Kelly/27) 19:55. Shots on goal: QU 7-7-11 25; PRIN 5-11-5 21. Power plays: QU 0 of 3; PRIN 0 of 1. Penalties: QU 1 (2 min); PRIN 3 (6 min). Goalies: QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 20-11-3 (60:00 minutes, 21 shots-20 saves); PRIN, Weber, Rachel 13-9-1 (60:00, 25-23). Attendance: 100 Official Time: 1:53

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>> Game 37 Quinnipiac University Bobcats Princeton UniversityTigers Hobey Baker Rink • Princeton, NJ Goals by Period QU PRIN

1 0 0

2 1 0

Feb 26, 2011 2 0

3 OT 1 – 0 –

Final 2 0

1st period — Penalties: Romanchuk, Paula, PRIN (checking) 9:01. 2nd Period — 1, QU, BABSTOCK, Kelly/30 (VIEWEG, Felica/9, LYONS, Brittany/10) 2:31. Penalties: Romanchuk, Paula, PRIN (cross-checking) 9:00. 3rd period — 2, QU, UDEN JOHANSSON,Erica/10 (BABSTOCK, Kelly/28) 19:44 (empty net). Penalties: Romanchuk, Paula, PRIN (high sticking) 3:38. Shots on goal: QU 9-8-8 25; PRIN 4-9-5 18. Power plays QU 0 of 3; PRIN 0 of 0. Penalties: QU 0 (0 min); PRIN 3 (6 min). Goalies: QU, VIGILANTI, Victoria 21-11-3 (60:00 minutes, 18 shots-18 saves); PRIN, Weber, Rachel 14-10-1 (58:49, 24-23) , EMPTY NET (01:11, 0-0). Attendance: 225 Official Time: 1:51

>> Game 38 March 3, 2011 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 3 Cornell University Big Red 4 Lynah Rink • Ithaca, NY Goals by Period QU COR

1 0 1

2 1 2

3 OT 2 – 1 –

Final 3 4

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>> All-Time Results 2010–11 (22–12–3, 12–9–1 ECAC Hockey) Head Coach: Rick Seeley

10/1 at Niagara.................................. 3–0, W 10/2 at Niagara.................................. 3–1, W 10/9 Northeastern.............................. 4–0, W 10/10 Sacred Heart.............................. 5–0, W 10/15 at Maine..................................... 4–2, W 10/16 at Maine...................................... 2–4, L 10/22 Boston College............................ 3–3, T 10/29 Cornell......................................... 1–5, L 10/30 Colgate........................................ 1–2, L 11/2 Princeton.................................... 5–2, W 11/5 at Union...................................... 3–2, W 11/6 at Rensselaer............................... 0–2, L 11/12 Harvard....................................... 4–1, W 11/13 Dartmouth................................... 3–4, L 11/19 at Colgate................................... 4–0, W 11/20 at Cornell..................................... 0–4, L 11/26 Sacred Heart.............................. 9–1, W 11/27 Yale............................................. 3–1, W 12/3 Brown.......................................... 4–0, W 12/4 Yale............................................. 3–1, W 1/3 at Princeton................................. 0–3, L 1/7 at St. Lawrence.......................... 3–2, W 1/8 at Clarkson................................. 3–2, W 1/21 at Wayne State............................ 1–2, L 1/22 at Wayne State........................... 3–0, W 1/28 Clarkson....................................... 2–3, L 1/29 St. Lawrence.............................. 4–2, W 2/4 at Dartmouth.............................. 4–0, W 2/5 at Harvard................................... 2–3, L 2/8 New Hampshire.......................... 1–1, T 2/11 Rensselaer.................................. 5–1, W 2/12 Union.......................................... 4–0, W 2/18 at Yale.......................................... 0–1, L 2/19 at Brown...................................... 3–3, T 2/25 at Princeton................................ 2–1, W 2/26 at Princeton................................ 2–0, W 3/3 at Cornell..................................... 3–4, L

2009–10 (19–10–8, 11–4–7 ECAC Hockey) Head Coach: Rick Seeley 10/3 Sacred Heart.............................. 4–1, W 10/3 at New Hampshire..................... 0–4, L 10/16 at Boston College......................... 1–1,T 10/17 at Northeastern.......................... 1–0, W 10/23 Niagara................................2–3, L (OT) 10/24 Niagara........................................ 1–2, L 10/30 Union.......................................... 3–0, W 10/31 Rensselaer.................................. 6–1, W 11/6 at Brown...................................... 0–0, T 11/7 at Yale......................................... 2–1, W 11/14 at Dartmouth.............................. 2–1, W 11/15 at Harvard................................... 2–7, L 11/20 Colgate................................1–1, T (OT) 11/21 Cornell.................................3–3, T (OT) 11/27 Connecticut................................. 0–1, L 11/28 Sacred Heart............................ 11–1, W 12/4 at Clarkson.................................. 1–2, L 12/5 at St. Lawrence...................2–2, T (OT) 12/31 Princeton.............................2–2, T (OT) 1/2 at Princeton................................. 0–1, L 1/8 Dartmouth.................................. 2–1, W 1/9 Harvard....................................... 1–0, W 1/15 at Syracuse.........................4–3, W (OT) 1/16 at Syracuse.........................2–1, W (OT) 1/22 Wayne State............................... 2–1, W 1/23 Wayne State............................... 4–3, W 1/29 at Rensselaer............................... 0–1, L 1/30 at Union...................................... 3–1, W 2/5 at Cornell.............................0–0, T (OT) 2/6 at Colgate................................... 2–1, W

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2/12 St. Lawrence.............................. 2–1, W 2/13 Clarkson...............................1–1, T (OT) 2/19 Yale............................................. 1–0, W 2/20 Brown.......................................... 8–1, W 2/26 Rensselaer........................2–1, W (2OT) 2/27 Rensselaer................................... 0–1, L 2/28 Rensselaer.........................1–2, L (5OT)

2008–09 (3–26–5, 2–15–5 ECAC Hockey) Head Coach: Rick Seeley 9/26 9/27 10/3 10/4 10/17 10/18 10/25 10/26 10/31 11/1 11/7 11/8 11/14 11/15 11/21 11/22 11/28 11/29 12/2 12/5 12/6 1/2 1/3 1/9 1/10 1/26 1/30 1/31 2/6 2/7 2/13 2/14 2/20 2/21

at Wisconsin.............................. 0–10, L at Wisconsin................................ 3–7, L St. Cloud...................................... 0–7, L St. Cloud...................................... 3–5, L Syracuse..................................... 4–2, W Syracuse...................................... 0–2, L at Northeastern........................... 1–3, L at Boston College........................ 0–4, L Harvard........................................ 1–2, L Dartmouth................................... 0–3, L at Colgate................................... 3–2, W at Cornell.............................2–2, T (OT) Vermont....................................... 1–3, L Boston University........................ 1–5, L Clarkson....................................... 0–2, L St. Lawrence............................... 0–2, L at Yale.......................................... 0–2, L Wayne State................................ 2–3, L at Princeton................................. 2–4, L RPI................................................ 1–2, L Union.......................................... 4–1, W at Dartmouth.......................1–1, T (OT) at Harvard................................... 1–3, L at Union...............................1–1, T (OT) at RPI...................................3–3, T (OT) Princeton..................................... 1–2, L Brown........................................... 0–3, L Yale.............................................. 1–2, L Cornell.................................4–4, T (OT) Colgate........................................ 1–4, L at St. Lawrence........................... 2–6, L at Clarkson.................................. 0–2, L at Yale.......................................... 0–1, L at Brown...................................... 1–3, L

2007–08 (5-25-5, 2-16-4 ECAC Hockey)

Head Coach: Michael Barrett

10/12 Northeastern...............................4-3, W Boston College............................. 2-4, L 10/13 10/21 at Princeton......................... 1-1, T (OT) St. Lawrence................................ 1-6, L 10/26 10/27 Clarkson........................................1-3, L at Harvard....................................2-3, L 11/2 11/3 at Dartmouth................................ 1-8, L at Boston University.................... 1-6, L 11/7 11/16 Colgate......................................... 2-5, L 11/17 Cornell.......................................... 3-4, L at Northeastern............................ 2-3, L 11/20 11/30 at Cornell...................................... 3-4, L at Colgate............................ 1-1, T (OT) 12/1 at Rensselaer................................ 1-2, L 12/7 at Union............................... 0-0, T (OT) 12/8 12/29 Connecticut.................................. 2-3, L 12/30 Niagara................................ 3-3, T (OT) Robert Morris..............................2-1, W 1/3 Robert Morris..............................3-1, W 1/4 1/11 Brown............................................ 1-6, L Yale............................................... 2-5, L 1/12 at Wayne State............................. 2-6, L 1/18 at Wayne State............................. 2-5, L 1/19 at Mercyhurst............................... 1-7, L 1/25 at Mercyhurst............................... 0-7, L 1/26 1/29 Princeton...................................... 2-6, L

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2/1 Union............................................ 2-1, L 2/2 Rensselaer.................................... 0-4, L 2/8 at Brown......................................5-4, W 2/9 at Yale.................................. 3-3, T (OT) 2/15 Dartmouth.................................... 0-6, L 2/16 Harvard......................................... 0-4, L 2/22 at Clarkson................................... 1-7, L 2/23 at St. Lawrence............................ 1-9, L

2006–07 (8–24–2, 5–16–1 ECAC Hockey)

Head Coach: Michael Barrett 9/29 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/27 10/28 11/4 11/5 11/10 11/11 11/17 11/18 11/24 11/25 11/29 12/3 12/30 12/31 1/5 at 1/6 at 1/9 at 1/13 1/14 1/19 1/20 1/26 1/27 2/2 2/3 2/10 2/11 2/16 2/17

at Wisconsin ............................... 0–3, L at Wisconsin ................................ 1-5, L at Boston College......................... 0-6, L at Northeastern ..........................5-2, W Princeton...................................... 3-6, L Clarkson ...................................... 3-6, L St. Lawrence ............................... 3-9, L at Yale........................................... 1-3, L at Brown......................................5-4, W Rensselaer ................................... 1-5, L Union...........................................6-4, W at Colgate..................................... 3-5, L at Cornell.....................................4-3, W Harvard......................................... 1-6, L Dartmouth.................................... 2-3, L Boston University ....................... 3-4, L at Robert Morris ................ 4-3, W (OT) Connecticut ................................2-1, W at Yale .......................................... 3-7, L Dartmouth.................................... 0-7, L Harvard ........................................ 0-5, L Princeton...................................... 1-6, L at Union.......................................6-0, W at Rensselaer ............................... 1-3, L Wayne State ....................... 4-4, T (OT) Wayne State................................. 3-4, L Niagara ........................................ 0-5, L Mercyhurst................................... 0-3, L Yale ..................................... 2-2, T (OT) Brown .........................................7-5, W at St. Lawrence............................ 1-4, L at Clarkson................................... 2-4, L Cornel........................................... 1-2, L Colgate......................................... 3-5, L

2005–06 (10-18-6, 3-13-4 ECAC Hockey) Head Coach: Michael Barrett

10/11 10/14 10/19 10/21 10/22 10/28 10/30 11/4 11/5 11/11 11/12 11/18 11/19 11/22 11/27 12/2 12/3 12/6 12/9 12/10 1/6 1/13 1/14 1/20 1/21 1/31

at Boston University........... 2-2, T (OT) at Boston College.................4-3 (OT), L Northeastern...................... 4-3 (OT), W at North Dakota........................... 4-2, L at North Dakota........................... 8-4, L at Yale (Nutmeg Classic)... 2-2, T (OT) at UConn (Nutmeg Classic).......3-2, W at Harvard................................... 5-3, L at Dartmouth ............................... 5-2, L Union ..........................................1-0, W Union...........................................6-2, W St. Lawrence ............................... 5-1, L Clarkson........................................ 5-1, L Boston College........................... 4-3, W at Vermont..................................1-0, W Colgate................................ 1-1, T (OT) Cornell.......................................... 1-0, L at Princeton.................................. 2-1, L Maine................................... 2-2, T (OT) Maine............................................ 4-3, L at Brown ...................................... 4-0, L at Cornell.....................................3-2, W at Colgate..................................... 4-0, L Robert Morris .............................4-3, W Robert Morris .............................4-2, W Princeton...................................... 3-0, L

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at Clarkson .................................. 3-0, L at St. Lawrence ........................... 7-1, L Dartmouth........................... 2-2, T (OT) Harvard ........................................ 3-0, L at Rensselaer...............................3-0, W at Rensselaer................................ 3-2, L Yale............................................... 3-0, L Brown................................... 3-3, T (OT)

2004–05

(5-25-2, 0-12-0 College Hockey America)

Head Coach: Michael Barrett 10/9 10/16 10/17 10/22 10/23 10/26 10/30 11/5 11/6 11/19 11/20 11/21 11/26 11/27 12/11 12/12 1/7 1/8 1/15 1/16 1/22 1/23 1/29 1/30 2/2 2/18 2/19 2/25 2/26 3/5 3/6 3/12

Vermont.......................................3-2, W at Mercyhurst ............................ 1-11, L at Mercyhurst .............................. 1-2, L Colgate......................................... 0-3, L Boston College............................3-2, W at Northeastern ........................... 1-2, L Yale .............................................. 2-4, L Union .................................. 3-3, T (OT) Union...........................................4-3, W Niagara ........................................ 1-6, L Niagara......................................... 1-3, L at Boston College......................... 4-7, L North Dakota ............................... 2-6, L North Dakota ............................... 3-6, L at Maine....................................... 1-5, L at Maine ...................................... 1-5, L Wisconsin .................................... 0-7, L Wisconsin ................................... .0-4, L at Colgate .................................... 1-4, L at Union ......................................8-1, W at Clarkson ......................... 2-2, T (OT) at Clarkson .................................. 0-5, L at Wayne State............................. 1-3, L at Wayne State ........................... 1-2, L at Union.......................................3-1, W Wayne State ................................ 1-2, L Wayne State................................. 1-2, L Mercyhurst .................................. 0-6, L Mercyhurst .................................. 0-5, L at Niagara.................................... 1-2, L at Niagara ................................... 2-4, L Mercyhurst .................................. 1-9, L

2003–04 (11-21-2)

Head Coach: Michael Barrett 10/11 10/17 10/18 10/25 10/26 10/31 11/1 11/7 11/9 11/15 11/18 11/21 11/22 11/29 12/2 1/2 1/3 1/9 1/10 1/13 1/16 1/17 1/20 1/24 1/25 1/31 2/4 2/10 2/13

at Union ......................................6-0, W Colgate ........................................ 1-5, L Colgate......................................... 2-5, L Northeastern ............................... 0-4, L at Boston College ....................... 1-3, L Findlay.......................................... 1-3, L Findlay ......................................... 0-4, L at Connecticut............................. 1-2, L at Sacred Heart ........................10-0, W Clarkson.......................................5-3, W Brown ........................................ 10-1, L Southern Maine..........................5-0, W Cornell................................. 4-4, T (OT) Rensselaer.................................... 1-2, L Union...........................................6-0, W at Vermont..................................4-1, W at Vermont................................... 2-5, L Boston College........................2, T (OT) Boston College............................. 0-2, L at Ohio State................................ 1-6, L at Findlay..................................... 2-4, L at Findlay..................................... 2-4, L Yale............................................... 1-5, L at Mercyhurst............................... 0-7, L at Mercyhurst............................... 1-3, L at Cornell.....................................4-1, W Sacred Heart...............................5-0, W at Yale .......................................... 0-6, L at Niagara ...........................1-2, L (OT)

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at Clarkson .................................2-1, W at Wayne State............................. 2-4, L at Wayne State ...................1-2, L (OT) at Sacred Heart...........................7-1, W Sacred Heart...............................3-0, W

2002–03 (5-25-2 Independent)

Head Coach: Michael Barrett 10/25 10/26 11/1 11/2 11/6 11/12 11/15 11/16 11/23 11/26 11/30 12/6 12/7 1/4 1/5 1/7 1/10 1/11 1/15 1/18 1/24 1/25 1/30 1/31 2/8 2/14 2/16 2/21 2/22 2/25 2/28 3/1

New Hampshire........................... 3-5, L New Hampshire......................... 0-10, L Connecticut.................................. 0-4, L at Connecticut ............................ 0-2, L Sacred Heart ..............................6-0, W at Boston College......................... 1-5, L Maine............................................ 0-2, L Maine...........................................2-0, W at Northeastern............................ 1-6, L at Yale .........................................2-1, W at Providence............................... 1-7, L at Colgate..................................... 1-3, L at Colgate..................................... 2-6, L at Minnesota State...................... 0-6, L at Minnesota State...................... 1-5, L at St. Cloud State......................... 3-4, L at North Dakota........................... 3-4, L at North Dakota .......................... 2-7, L at Yale...........................................3-4, L at Niagara...................................2-1, W Boston College ............................ 0-2, L Boston College ............................ 1-2, L at Connecticut ............................ 1-5, L Sacred Heart ..............................8-0, W at Maine ......................................1-9, L Providence....................................1-4, L at Providence .............................. 1-7, L Niagara......................................... 3-6, L Niagara ........................................0-5, L at New Hampshire...................... 1-7, L Northeastern....................... 1-1, T (OT) at Northeastern................... 1-1, T (OT)

All-Time Record vs. Opponents

Boston College 2–13–1 Boston University 0–3–2 Brown 4–6–2 Clarkson 2–10–2 Colgate 2–14–2 Connecticut 2–10–0 Cornell 3–4–5 Dartmouth 2–6–2 Findlay 0–4–0 Harvard 1–9–0 Maine 1–8–1 Mercyhurst 0–10–0 Minnesota State 1–2–1 New Hampshire 0–7–0 Niagara 1–14–1 North Dakota 0–6–0 Northeastern. 4–8–2 Ohio State 0–1–0 Princeton 0–9–2 Providence 0–6–0 Rensselaer 3–10–1 5–0–0 Robert Morris. Sacred Heart 8–0–0 St. Cloud State 0–3–0 St. Lawrence 1–8–1 Southern Maine 1–0–0 Syracuse 3–1–0 Union 14–0–3 3–2–1 Vermont Wayne State. 2–7–1 Wisconsin. 0–6–0 4–11–3 Yale

2001–02 (3-27-2, 0-21-0 ECAC East) Head Coach: Amanda Adams

10/26 10/27 11/2 11/3 11/9 11/10 11/16 11/17 11/26 11/30 12/1 12/8 12/9 12/30 1/4 1/5 1/8 1/12 1/16 1/25 1/26 2/1 2/2 2/8 2/9 2/15 2/16 2/23 2/24 3/1 3/2 3/9

Colgate ........................................2-3, L Colgate ........................................0-4, L at New Hampshire ..................... 0-9, L at New Hampshire ................... 0-10, L at Connecticut ............................ 1-2, L Connecticut ................................. 1-4, L Northeastern ...............................0-5, L Union...........................................7-0, W Maine ...........................................0-8, L Minnesota State................. 3-2, W (OT) Minnesota State ................ 1-1, T (OT) at Yale .........................................1-0, W at Princeton ................................. 0-3, L at Vermont ......................... 2-2, T (OT) New Hampshire .......................... 0-8, L Boston College ............................ 0-2, L at Brown ......................................1-6, L Providence ...................................1-7, L Connecticut ................................. 1-5, L at Maine ......................................1-7, L at Maine ......................................3-8, L Boston College ............................ 1-5, L at Boston College ....................... 0-5, L Providence ...................................1-3, L at Providence .............................. 0-7, L Niagara ........................................1-9, L Yale ..............................................2-6, L Northeastern................................1-3, L at Northeastern............................ 0-3, L at Niagara ................................... 2-6, L at Niagara ................................... 1-7, L at Niagara ................................... 1-8, L

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>> ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL RECORDS GOALS – SEASON 1. 30 Kelly Babstock, 2010-11 15 Hayley McMeekin, 2006–07 2. T3. 14 Heather Hughes, 09–10 Elyse Cole, 06–07 Gillian Gallagher, 2003–04 Vicky Graham, 2003–04 Vicky Graham, 2005–06 8. 13 Elyse Cole, 2007–08 T9. 12 Kate Wheeler, 2010-11 Brittany Lyons, 2010-11 11. 11 Erica Uden Johansson, 2010-11 T12. 10 Liz Jankowski, 2001–02 Aimee Whittaker, 2004–05 Antoinette Maldonado, 2005–06 Elyse Cole, 2008–09 T16. 9 Caitlin Peters, 2003–04 Jayne Riley, 2003–04 Ashley Jaffray, 2004–05 Janine Duffy, 2008–09 Regan Boulton, 2010-11 T20. 8 Gillian Gallagher, 2002–03 Gillian Gallagher, 2004–05 Hayley McMeekin, 2005–06 ASSISTS – SEASON 1. 29 Kelly Babstock, 2010-11 18 Bethany Dymarczyk, 2010-11 2. T3. 17 Jennifer MacLean, 2006–07 Kate Wheeler, 2010-11 T5. 15 Vicky Graham, 2003–04 Hayley McMeekin, 2006–07 14 Erica Uden Johansson, 2010-11 7. T8. 12 Candace Boyles, 2003–04 Sarah Campbell, 2003–04 T10. 11 Heather Hughes, 09–10 Caitlin Peters, 2001–02 Caitlin Peters, 2002–03 Antoinette Maldonado, 2005–06 Kallie Flor, 2006–07 Nicolette Leone, 2006–07 Trudy Reyns, 2007–08 Brandice Moniz, 2007–08 POINTS – SEASON 1. 59 Kelly Babstock, 2010-11 30 Hayley McMeekin, 2006–07 2. T3. 29 Vicky Graham, 2003–04 Kate Wheeler, 2010-11 T5. 25 Heather Hughes, 09–10 Vicky Graham, 2005–06 Jennifer MacLean, 2006–07 Erica Uden Johansson 10. 24 Bethany Dymarczyk, 2010-11 11 22 Brittany Lyons, 2010-11 12. 21 Antoinette Maldonado, 2005–06 T13. 20 Gillian Gallagher, 2003–04 Caitlin Peters, 2003–04 Elyse Cole, 2006–07 Elyse Cole, 2007–08 T17. 19 Jayne Riley, 2003–04 Elyse Cole, 2008–09 19. 18 Janine Duffy, 2008–09

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SAVES – SEASON 1. 986 Mel Courtemanche, 2001–02 2. 901 Victoria Vigilanti, 2009–10 3. 866 Connie Craig, 2005–06 4. 841 Victoria Vigilanti, 2010-11 5. 723 Mel Courtemanche, 2002–03 SAVE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

PERCENTAGE – SEASON .950 Victoria Vigilanti, 2009–10 .932 Victoria Vigilianti, 2010-11 .911 Connie Craig, 2005–06 .907 Tia Wishart, 2008–09 .903 Catherine Lapare, 2003–04

GOALS – AGAINST AVERAGE – SEASON 1. 1.25 Victoria Vigilanti, 2009–10 2. 1.68 Victoria Vigilanti, 2010-11 3. 2.72 Catherine Lapare, 2003–04 4. 2.75 Connie Craig, 2005–06 5. 2.78 Tia Wishart, 2008–09 SHUTOUTS – SEASON 1. 9 Victoria Vigilanti, 2010-11 2. 5 Victoria Vigilanti, 2009–10 3. 4 Catherine Lapare, 2003–04 4. 3 Connie Craig, 2005–06 5. 2 Janelle Wolitski, 2003–04 Catherine Lapare, 2002–03 WINS 1. 2. 3. T4.

– SEASON 21 Victoria Vigilanti, 2010-11 18 Victoria Vigilanti, 209–10 9 Connie Craig, 2005–06 6 Catherine Lapare, 2003–04 Laura Brennan, 2006–07

GOALS – CAREER 1. 43 Elyse Cole ’09 T2. 36 Vicky Graham ’08 Gillian Gallagher ’05 4. 30 Kelly Babstock ‘14 T4. 23 Hayley McMeekin Ashley Jaffray ’07 5. 22 Antoinette Maldonado ’09 6. 20 Caitlin Peters ’05 7. 19 Kathryn Dallimore ’06 8. 17 Janine Duffy ’10 Kate Wheeler ‘12 10. 16 Brittany Lyons ‘13 ASSISTS – CAREER 1. 39 Caitlin Peters ‘05 2. 38 Trudy Reyns ‘09 3. 37 Vicky Graham ‘08 Kallie Flor ‘10 5. 35 Janine Duffy ‘10 6. 30 Kate Wheeler ‘12 T7. 29 Elyse Cole ‘09 Kelly Babstock ‘14 9 28 Bethany Dymarczyk ‘12 T10. 26 Gillian Gallagher ‘05 Jennifer MacLean T12. 25 Jayne Riley ‘05 Antoinette Maldonado ‘09 Kathryn Dallimore ‘06

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POINTS – CAREER 1. 73 Vicky Graham ‘08 72 Elyse Cole ‘09 2. 3. 66 Kallie Flor ‘10 4. 63 Janine Duffy ’10 5. 62 Gillian Gallagher ‘05 T6. 59 Caitlin Peters ‘05 Kelly Babstock ‘14 8. 51 Trudy Reyns ‘09 47 Antoinette Maldonado ‘09 T9. Kate Wheeler ‘12 T11. 44 Kathryn Dallimore ‘06 Hayley McMeekin 13. 41 Bethany Dymarczyk ‘12 40 Jayne Riley ‘05 14. 39 Jennifer MacLean 15. 16. 38 Ashley Jaffray ‘07 GAMES PLAYED – CAREER 1. 138 Vicky Graham ’08 2. 136 Trudy Reyns ’09 3. 133 Ashley Jaffray ’07 4. 131 Jayne Riley ’05 5. 130 Caitlin Peters ’05 6. 127 Elyse Cole ’09 7. 125 Antoinette Maldonado ’09 8. 124 Kelly Runyan ’06 9. 120 Danielle Alexieff ’09 10. 119 Gillian Gallagher ’05 11. 114 Kathryn Dallimore ’06 SAVES ��� CAREER 1. 1850 Victoria Vigilanti ‘13 2. 1709 Mel Courtemanche ’03 3. 1443 Catherine Lapare ’05 4. 949 Janelle Wolitski ’07 5. 866 Connie Craig SAVE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

PERCENTAGE – CAREER .942 Victoria Vigilanti ‘13 .911 Connie Craig .896 Tia Wishart ‘11 .889 Catherine Lapare ‘05 .888 Mel Courtemanche ‘03

GOALS – AGAINST AVERAGE – CAREER 1. 1.46 Victoria Vigilanti 2. 2.75 Connie Craig 3. 3.26 Catherine Lapare ‘05 T4. 3.67 Jamie Miller Tia Wishart ‘11 SHUTOUTS – CAREER 1. 14 Victoria Vigilanti ‘13 2. 6 Catherine Lapare ‘05 3. 3 Connie Craig T4. 2 Janelle Wolitski ‘07 Mel Courtemanche ‘03 WINS 1. 2. 3. 4.

– CAREER 39 Victoria Vigilanti ‘13 15 Catherine Lapare ‘05 9 Connie Craig 8 Janelle Wolitski ‘07

> Quinnipiac Hockey Timeline 10/26/01 – First varsity game in program history under the guidance of Amanda Adams, the first coach in Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey history, a 3–2 loss to Colgate. Gillian Gallagher registers the first goal midway through the third period. 11/17/01 – First win and shutout, a 7–0 decision over Union. Liz Jankowski scores twice in the contest. 11/30/01 – First victory over a Division I program, as Laura Magenheimer finds the back of the net in overtime against MSU– Mankato. The Bobcats win the game 3–2. 12/8/01 – Quinnipiac defeats regional rival Yale, 1–0, also marking the first road victory. Serena Hillman scores the lone goal in the second period. 3/9/02 – First playoff game in program history. Quinnipiac falls to Niagara in the ECAC Tournament. 8/28/02 – Michael Barrett is named the second head coach of the women’s hockey program. 11/6/02 – Head Coach Michael Barrett earns his first victory at his alma mater as the Bobcats shut out Sacred Heart 6–0. 11/16/02 – Quinnipiac notches its first victory against a member of Hockey East as it blanks Maine, 2–0. 11/26/02 – Quinnipiac claims victory over Yale for the second consecutive year in a game at Ingalls Rink. 1/18/03 – First victory ever against a ranked opponent as Quinnipiac goes on the road to defeat No. 11 Niagara 2–1. The Purple Eagles had reached the NCAA Frozen Four the year prior. 2/28–3/1/03 – Quinnipiac closes the 2002–03 season with a pair of impressive ties against Hockey East member Northeastern. 7/3/03 – Quinnipiac accepts invitation to join College Hockey America, beginning with the 2004–05 season. 10/11/03 – Quinnipiac wins 2003–04 season–opener with 6–0 shutout of Union. 11/9/03 – Freshman Vicky Graham nets the program’s second hat trick in a 10–0 win over Sacred Heart.

8/24/04 – Women’s ice hockey program accepts an invitation to join the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Hockey League beginning with the 2005–06 season. 10/9/04 – Jayne Riley scores the game–winning goal, and the Bobcats defeat Vermont, 3–2, in their opening game of the season. 10/23/04 – The Bobcats defeat Boston College for the first time, 3–2, thanks to two goals from Aimee Whittaker. 1/11/05 – Gillian Gallagher is named one of five finalists for the Hockey Humanitarian Award, an annual award given to college hockey’s finest citizen. 1/16/05 – Jackie Kendrick sets a team record with four points in an 8–1 win over Union. 3/12/05 – Quinnipiac makes its second post–season appearance in the CHA Semifinals against top–seeded Mercyhurst.Vicky Graham scores for the Bobcats. 10/28/05 – The Bobcats compete in their inaugural ECAC Hockey game against new rival Yale at Ingalls Rink. The game was also part of the Nutmeg Classic. Quinnipiac comes from behind to score two goals in the final period, capped by Hayley McMeekin’s short–handed goal set up by Elyse Cole. The game goes down as a tie in the ECAC Hockey standings, but a shootout determines placing in the Nutmeg Classic. Connie Craig stuffs her last four shots and McMeekin had the game–winner. 10/30/05 – After the University of Connecticut beat Yale on Oct. 29, the Bobcats and Huskies meet to determine the winner of the Nutmeg Classic championship. Quinnipiac takes home the trophy with a 3–2 victory on UConn’s home ice. The victory marks the highest ranked team the Bobcats had ever beaten, as the Huskies were ranked No. 10 in the nation in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine poll. Hayley McMeekin is named the Most Outstanding Player for tallying a goal and assisting on Jennifer Maclean’s game–winner. Connie Craig earns her first career victory. 11/11/05 – The Bobcats earn their first victory in ECAC Hockey play in their league home–opener against Union. Nicolette Leone scores a goal that was all the Bobcats need for the 1–0 victory. It was Connie Craig’s first career shutout. 11/12/05 – Antoinette Maldonado ties two school records with three assists and four points in a 6–2 victory over Union.

11/15/03 – Junior Gillian Gallagher registers the program’s third hat trick in a 5–3 win over Clarkson.

11/18/05 – The St. Lawrence game marks the first time a Quinnipiac athletics team hosts the No. 1 ranked team in the country since joining Division I in 1998.

1/2/04 – New program–high in wins is set (six) in a 4–1 victory over Vermont. Quinnipiac won 12 games that season, a record that still holds today.

11/22/05 – After taking a 4–3 loss at the Heights earlier in the year, Quinnipiac gets back at Boston College by scoring a 4–3 victory at the Northford Ice Pavilion.

1/9/04 – Quinnipiac plays to its third tie against a member of Hockey East in a 2–2 draw with Boston College.

11/27/05 – Quinnipiac shuts out Vermont, 1–0. The Bobcats become the first team in the nation to surpass the previous season’s win total and score the first road shutout since Nov. 9, 2003. Antoinette Maldonado had the game–winner.

2/28/04 – Third varsity season comes to a close with 11th win of the year, 3–0 over Sacred Heart.

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1/13/06 – Elyse Cole scores the game–winner with six seconds left in regulation to complete a third period rally for a 3–2 Quinnipiac victory over Cornell. It was the program’s first ECAC Hockey road victory. 2/18/06 – Vicky Graham breaks the program’s all–time scoring record with a goal in a 3–0 victory over Rensselaer in Troy. 2/25/06 – Quinnipiac closes the season with a 3–3 tie at home versus Brown and the best winning percentage in the program’s five– year history. The team rallies from behind three times. Antoinette Maldonado has the first multiple– goal game of her career. 3/10/06 – Connie Craig is named goaltender on the ECAC Hockey All– Rookie team. 4/30/06 – Michael Barrett is named president of the American Women’s Ice Hockey Coaches Association (AWHCA). Barrett is elevated to the position after serving a two–year term as vice president. 5/15/06 – USA Roller Sports (USARS) announces that assistant coach Lisa Giovanelli and sophomore Antoinette Maldonado of the ice hockey program have been named to the Women’s Inline Hockey Team USA. The Bobcats represent the United States at the 2006 Federation Internationale de Roller Sports (FIRS) World Inline Hockey Championships held in Detroit from July 16–22. 7/22/06 – Lisa Giovanelli and Antoinette Maldonado win a gold medal at the 2006 Federation de Roller Sports (FIRS) World Inline Hockey Championships with Team USA. The club defeats Canada by a score of 2–1. 8/4/06 – Sophomore Hayley McMeekin is one of 41 of the top female hockey players selected to participate in Canada’s National Women’s Under–22 Development Camp. 8/20/06 – Hayley McMeekin is one of 22 players named to Canada’s National Women’s Under–22 Team Roster. 8/30/06 – Hayley McMeekin is one of 57 players and 17 NCAA student– athletes selected to attend the 2006–07 National Women’s Team Fall Festival in Kenora, Ontario. 9/29/06 – Quinnipiac opens the 2006–07 season with a two–game series at Wisconsin, the defending national champion. 12/3/06 – Trailing 3–0 with just three minutes to play in the second period, the Bobcats rally to score the final three goals of regulation and claim an overtime win against Robert Morris on Antoinette Maldonado’s tally only 29 seconds into the extra frame. 12/30/06 – Quinnipiac knocks off a nationally–ranked Connecticut squad in the first round of the Nutmeg Classic, 2–1. The Huskies are No. 8 in the country coming into the contest. Senior Ashley Jaffray nets the game–winner with 11:56 remaining in regulation. 1/27/07 – With the legendary Gordie Howe looking on, the Bobcats play the first ice hockey game at the TD Bank Sports Center. Quinnipiac hosts No. 1 nationally ranked Mercyhurst, but falls to the Lakers, 3–0. 2/3/07 – Quinnipiac caps a season sweep of Brown with a 7–5 victory at the TD Bank Sports Center. The Bobcats defeated the Bears in Providence earlier in the season, 5–4.

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5/3/07 – USA Roller Sports (USARS) announces that assistant coach Lisa Giovanelli and junior Antoinette Maldonado of the ice hockey program have been named to the Women’s Inline Hockey Team USA. The Bobcats represent the United States at the 2007 Federation Internationale de Roller Sports (FIRS) World Inline Hockey Championships held in Bilboa, Spain from July 9–14. 10/12/07 – Quinnipiac opens the season at home at the TD Bank Sports Center with a 4–3 win over Hockey East opponent Northeastern on the strength of goals by Elyse Cole, Antoinette Maldonado and Vicky Graham. 10/21/07 – Women’s ice hockey junior Jamie Miller makes 29 saves as Quinnipiac ties Princeton in its ECAC Hockey season opener. 12/08/07 – The Bobcats skate to a 0–0 draw against Union. It is the first time in school history that either the men’s or women’s hockey team ends a game in a scoreless tie. 12/30/08 – After Kallie Flor ties the game to send it to overtime, Elyse Cole and Erika Bolognino score in a shoot–out to knock off Niagara in the consolation game of the Nutmeg Classic. The game is officially recorded as a tie, 3–3. 01/01/08 – Junior Jamie Miller is named the ECAC Hockey Goaltender of the Week after being named the top goaltender in the Nutmeg Classic Tournament held at the TD Bank Sports Center. 01/04/08 – Kallie Flor, Janine Duffy and Erika Bo­lognino all score in a 3–1 win over Robert Morris. The win is the Bobcats’ second straight. 02/01/08 – Elyse Cole scores twice as women’s ice hockey picks up its first ECAC Hockey victory of the season with a 2–1 win over Union. 02/08/08 – Women’s ice hockey freshman Brandice Moniz scores a pair of goals while assisting on another, but it is se­nior Antoinette Maldonado’s second goal of the night with under three minutes to play that gives Quinnipiac the 5–4 ECAC Hockey win over Brown. 02/09/08 – Freshman Tia Wishart stops 50 shots in net as Quinnipiac ties Yale, 3–3. She is named ECAC Goaltender of the Week just two days later. Elyse Cole scores twice in the tie. 02/22/08 – Vicky Graham scores her 36th career goal against Clarkson. The goal ties the senior forward with Gillian Gallagher for the school’s all–time lead in goals. 8/31/08 – Women’s ice hockey freshman Jordan Elkins is interviewed by three television news networks regarding Elkins’ ties to Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin. 10/17/08 – Head coach Rick Seeley picks up his first win with the Bobcats, in a 4–2 victory against Syracuse at the TD Bank Sports Center. Senior Elyse Cole scored twice for the Bobcats in the win to tie the program’s record for career goals. Cole’s 36 markers match the record set by Vicky Graham last season. 11/8/08 – Elyse Cole’s back–to–back power–play goals against Cornell break the Quinnipiac record for career goals with 38. The record was previously held by Vicky Graham ’08 who scored 36 goals for the Bobcats during her career (2003–08). 2/5/09 – The women’s and men’s ice hockey teams, ECAC Hockey and

the American Cancer Society team up to help fight cancer for the second consecutive season with an expanded Pink at the Rink program. The program included the online sale of women’s game–used sticks with specially designed wraps used during the team’s home series against Cornell (Friday, Feb. 6) and Colgate (Saturday, Feb. 7). The online auction also featured game–worn men’s black/pink jerseys from Friday, Feb. 13 when the Bobcats hosted St. Lawrence at the TD Bank Sports Center. 4/8/09 – Eight players from the women’s ice hockey team are named to the 2008–09 ECAC Hockey All–Academic Team. Freshman Melissa Perry had the team–high GPA, finishing her first year with a 3.85 in the physical therapy program. 2/3/10 – Quinnipiac hosts the first–ever Women’s Ice Hockey Festival at the TD Bank Sports Center headlined by the 2010 Team USA Women’s Hockey team against the ECAC Hockey All–Stars, featuring Bobcat senior Janine Duffy. The event is the largest women’s ice hockey event in TD Bank Sports Center history. 1/8/10–1/23/10 – Quinnipiac rattles off six consecutive wins, the most in program history. They start the run with a 2–1 win against Dartmouth at home, followed by a 1–0 win against nationally–ranked No. 5 Harvard. They then take both games of a two–game series against Syracuse, before returning home to sweep a weekend series against Wayne State. 1/22/10 – With a 2–1 victory against Wayne State at the TD Bank Sports Center, the Bobcats win their program–record 12th game of the season. 2/2010 – Quinnipiac posts a 5–0–2 record over its final seven regular–season games to clinch the third seed in the ECAC Hockey standings for the upcoming ECAC Hockey Tournament. The Bobcats hosted a first–round series for the first time in program history. 02/24/2010 – Quinnipiac freshmen Victoria Vigilanti and Heather Hughes were honored by ECAC Hockey as ECAC All–Rookie Team selections. In addition to All–Rookie honors, Vigilanti was also named goaltender to the All–ECAC Hockey First Team. 2/26/10 – The Bobcats host Rensselaer for the ECAC Hockey Tournament First Round Series at the TD Bank Sports Center. Quinnipiac wins the first game, 2–1 in overtime for their first postseason victory in program history. Kallie Flor scored at the 14:32 mark on an assist from freshman Felica Veiweg for Quinnipiac’s first goal in ECAC Hockey Tournament history. Sophomore Chelsea Illchuk scored the game–winner, with assists to Jordan Elkins and Kristen Eklund, at the 8:46 mark of the first overtime. 2/28/10 – Quinnipiac and Rensselaer play in a game for the ages when the third and deciding game of their ECAC Hockey Tournament series lasts 144:32 minutes, the second longest game in the history of college ice hockey. Rensselaer wins the game, 2–1, but freshman stand–out Victoria Vigilanti stops a career–high 57 shots in goal. 3/1/10 – Quinnipiac receives their first national ranking in program history as they are ranked 10th in the USCHO.com Division I Women’s Ice Hockey poll. Quinnipiac turned in their most successful season in program history with a record 19 wins, including 11 against ECAC Hockey competition. 3/5 & 3/6/10 – Head Coach Rick Seeley and freshman stand–out goalie Victoria Vigilanti receive ECAC Hockey recognition. The second–year coach is named the ECAC Hockey Coach of the Year after leading Quinnipiac to its most successful season in program history, and one of the largest turnarounds

in the history of women’s college ice hockey. Vigilanti is named the ECAC Hockey Rookie and Goalie of the Year. 04/02/10 – Head Coach Rick Seeley and freshman goaltender Victoria Vigilanti earned postseason awards from the New England Hockey Writers. Seeley is named the New England Division I Women’s Coach of the Year, while Vigilanti is named one of two goaltenders on the New England Women’s Division I All–Star Team. 4/25/10 – Quinnipiac, as a team, along with freshman goaltender Victoria Vigilanti finished the 2010 season as the National Statistical Champions in three different categories. As a team, the Bobcats finished first in the nation in Scoring Defense after allowing just 1.38 goals per game. Vigilanti closed out the season ranked atop two goaltending categories, finishing first among all Division I goaltenders in goals–against average (1.24) and save percentage (.950). 4/29/10 – Quinnipiac is named the recipient of the SKOR Sports Trophy, as announced by the league office. The Bobcats earn the award after posting their most successful season in program history, finishing the year with a 19–10–8 overall record with an 11–4–7 mark in ECAC Hockey. The SKOR Sports Trophy is awarded to the ECAC team that the league coaches believe reflect the values of both ECAC Hockey and SKOR sports. The defining characteristics of the recipient of this award are sportsmanship, tenacity, commitment and innovation. Quinnipiac finished the year tied for third with Harvard in the league, tallying 29 points in conference play with 11 regular– season victories. 10/10/2010 – Freshman forward Erica Uden Johansson (Sundsvall, Sweden) recorded her first–career hat trick as the Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey team defeated Sacred Heart, 5–0, at the TD Bank Sports Center. 10/13/2010 – For the first time in Quinnipiac history, both the men’s and women’s ice hockey programs received votes in the USCHO.com Division I poll. The women were a perfect 4–0–0 through their first four regular–season contests and received eight votes in the poll, while the men, 1–1–0 after a season–opening weekend split with Ohio State, received two votes in the second poll of the season. Quinnipiac was one of eight schools, along with Boston College, Boston University, Cornell, Minnesota, Minnesota–Duluth, North Dakota and Ohio State, to feature men’s and women’s teams ranked or receiving votes. 10/15/2010 – Sophomore defender Regan Boulton (Brandon, Manitoba) scored three of Quinnipiac’s four power–play goals to earn her first–career hat trick, as the Quinnipiac University women’s ice hockey team improved to 5–0 on the season with a 4–2 victory over the University of Maine. 11/12/2010 – Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey freshman forward Kelly Babstock (Mississauga, Ontario) recorded her first–career hat trick with three second–period goals as the Bobcats downed No. 10 Harvard, 4–1. The victory improved Quinnipiac’s overall record to 8–4–1 and its ECAC Hockey record to 3–3. 11/19/2010 – Freshman forward Amanda Colin (Burnsville, Minn.) scored her first–two career goals to lead Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey to a 4–0 victory over ECAC Hockey opponent Colgate at Starr Rink. 11/25/2010 – Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey freshman forward Kelly Babstock (Mississauga, Ontario) eclipsed the program single–season points (30) and assists (17) records, with a program single–game record six points, as

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the Bobcats beat Sacred Heart, 9–1, in the Nutmeg Classic opening round at the TD Bank Sports Center. 11/27/2010 – Sophomore forward Brittany Lyons’ (Canton, Mass.) second period goal propelled the Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey team to a 2–1 victory over Yale and its second–ever Nutmeg Classic Tournament Championship.

team ranked in the top–10 nationally for the week of January 17 on the USCHO.com Division 1 Women’s Ice Hockey Poll. 1/24/11 – The Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey team were ranked 10th in the USCHO.com Division I Women’s Ice Hockey Poll for the second–consecutive week.

12/1/2010 – Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey freshman forward Kelly Babstock (Mississauga, Ontario) and men’s basketball junior guard James Johnson were named Quinnipiac’s Athletes of the Month for November.

2/15/11 – Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey freshman forward Kelly Babstock (Mississauga, Ontario) was awarded with both ECAC Hockey/MLX Skates Rookie and Player of the Week honors. Babstock had the most productive week of her career, finishing with four goals and four assists in three games played.

12/3/2010 – Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey freshman forward Kelly Babstock (Mississauga, Ontario) broke the Quinnipiac single–season goals scored record with her 16th goal of the year, surpassing Hayley McMeekin, who scored 15 goals during the 2006–07 season, as the Bobcats skated to an emphatic 4–0 victory over Brown.

2/21/11 – Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey freshman forward Kelly Babstock (Mississauga, Ontario) was named one of the 26 nominees for the 2011 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award, presented by Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. The award is presented annually to the most outstanding player in NCAA Division I Women’s Ice Hockey.

12/7/2010 – Quinnipiac freshman Kelly Babstock was highlighted several times by her hometown newspaper’s website, www.Mississauga.com. The first–year skater currently led all NCAA Division I women’s ice hockey players with 17 goals and 19 assists for 36 points in her first 20 collegiate games. Babstock rewrote the Quinnipiac record books, and collected honors on a weekly basis.

2/25/11 – Sophomore forward Brittany Lyons’ (Canton, Mass.) dramatic game–winning goal with five seconds remaining in regulation gave Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey the victory, 2–1 against Princeton in the first game of a best–of–three ECAC Hockey Quarterfinal matchup.

12/14/2010 – Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey assistant coach Cassandra Turner was selected to serve as assistant coach for Canada at the 2011 International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) World Women’s Under–18 Championship.

2/26/11 – Freshman forward Kelly Babstock’s (Mississauga, Ontario) second–period goal proved to be the game–winner for the No. 5–seeded Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey team, whose 2–0 victory over No.4–seeded Princeton helped the team advance to its first–ever ECAC Hockey Semifinal Game. The Bobcats swept the best–of–three series, two games to none, after they defeated the Tigers the previous night, 2–1.

12/21/10 – Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey freshman forward Kelly Babstock (Mississauga, Ontario) had a feature article written about her in her hometown newspaper’s website, Mississauga.com, for the fourth time this season. The article, written by Iain Colpitts, highlighted Babstock’s tremendous success during her rookie campaign at Quinnipiac.

2/28/11 – Freshman forward Kelly Babstock (Mississauga, Ontario) of the Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey team was named the 2010–11 ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Year. Babstock, who was also nominated for the 2010– 11 ECAC Hockey Player of the Year, is the second Quinnipiac student–athlete to earn ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Year.

12/22/10 – The Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey program was highlighted on the New England Hockey Journal’s website, www.hockeyjournal.com, in its midseason report of ECAC Women’s Hockey clubs. The article, written by Mike Zhe, listed Quinnipiac as a team that posed a serious threat to Cornell, as the Big Red sought its second–consecutive league championship.

3/1/11 – Freshman forward Kelly Babstock (Mississauga, Ontario) and sophomore goaltender Victoria Vigilanti (Woodbridge, Ontario) of the Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey team were awarded with ECAC Hockey All– League selections. Babstock, who also enjoyed an All–Rookie Team selection, was tabbed as First–Team All–League, while Vigilanti received the nod for Third–Team All–League.

1/5/11 – Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey freshman Kelly Babstock (Mississauga, Ont.) and men’s basketball senior Justin Rutty (Newburgh, N.Y.) were named the Quinnipiac Athletes of the Month for December, as announced by Quinnipiac Director of Athletics and Recreation Jack McDonald. 1/8/11 – Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey freshman forward Kelly Babstock (Mississauga, Ontario) scored three goals, including the game–winning tally at the 3:25 mark into the first overtime period, to lift the Bobcats to a come– from–behind victory over ECAC Hockey opponent Clarkson. 1/13/11 – Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey freshman forward Kelly Babstock (Mississauga, Ontario) was featured in the January 17, 2011 edition of Sports Illustrated. The first–year phenom was named as one of the six “Faces In The Crowd” as selected each week by Sports Illustrated. 1/17/11 – For the second time in program history, the women’s ice hockey

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3/2/11 – Freshman forward Kelly Babstock (Mississauga, Ontario) of the Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey team was named the 2010–11 ECAC Hockey Player of the Year. Babstock is the first player in Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey program history to receive the award. The acceptance of the league’s most prized individual award came on the heels of being named Rookie of the Year, as well as being named to All–League First–Team and the All–Rookie Team. 3/31/11 – Freshman forward Kelly Babstock (Mississauga, Ontario) was named to the 2010–11 New England Division I Women’s Hockey All–Star Team. The recipients consisted of six forwards, four defensemen and two goaltenders, which were chosen by administrators and members of the media.

>> All-time letter winners –AAAA– Abramo, Jennifer Alcorn, Kristin Alexieff, Danielle Amor, Rhiannon -BBBBBabstock, Kelly Baer, Jamie Barnaby, Meaghan Beaudoin, Debbie Berglund, Ashley Biegel, Ahlona Bolognino, Erika Boulton, Regan Boyles, Candace Brackett, Olivia Brennan, Laura Britton, Kelsey Bulger, Hillary Burton, Breana Burman, Lindsay Buttaro, Jessica -CCCCCampbell, Sarah Capizutto, Michelle Castellon, Victoria Clafin, Jane Colin, Amanda Cole, Elyse Costantini, Cara Courtemanche, Mel Courtney, Kathryn Craig, Connie -DDDDDallimore, Kathryn Davies, Kelley Duffy, Janine Dymarczyk, Bethany

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-EEEEElkins, Jordan Eklund, Kristen Emerick, Kristin

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-FFFFFlor, Kallie

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-IIIIIllchuk, Chelsea

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-JJJJJaffray, Ashley Jankowski, Elizabeth Julius, Breann

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-KKKKKallum, Anny Kemon, Allison Kendrick, Jackie Kmill, Stacey

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-LLLLLaGrasso, Catherine Lapare, Catherine Lapointe, Jacki Leone, Nicolette Lyons, Brittany

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-MMMMMacKinnon, Emily MacLean, Jennifer Magenheimer, Laura Maldonado, Antoinette Malloy, Meredith McMeekin, Hayley Medeiros, Stephanie Mei, Julie Miller, Jamie Moniz, Brandice Moss, Mary Jane

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-OOOOOrlando, Elena O’Hara, Katie

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-PPPPPellatt, Natashia Perry, Melissa Peters, Caitlin

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Phelps, Natalie Poitras, Alexandra Polci, Breehan Puig, Jessica

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-RRRRReyns, Trudy Rider, Kelly Riley, Jayne Runyan, Kelly

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-SSSSSchilling, Jessica Schock, Randi Schury, Tabatha Silverman, Sarah Spiessl, Michaela Stephen, Karrah Sweet, Erin

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-TTTTTougas, Stephanie

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-UUUUden Johansson, Erica

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-VVVVVieweg, Felica Vigilanti, Victoria

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-WWWWWheeler, Kate Whittaker, Aimee Wignall, Shelby Wilson, Kerry Winslow, Ashley Wishart, Tia Wolitski, Janelle

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-YYYYYoung, Megan

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>> YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

-GGGGGallagher, Gillian Giguere, Jillian Graham, Vicky Gust, Kara

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-HHHHHagg, Megan Hatch, Ashley Hillman, Serena Holm Glaas, Nanna Hughes, Heather Husar, Evelina

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Season 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 2010–11 (10 Years)

Head Coach Overall Goals For Goals Against Amanda Adams 3–27–2 35 (1.09) 158 (4.94) Michael Barrett 5–25–2 52 (1.62) 131 (4.09) Michael Barrett 11–21–2 84 (2.47) 101 (2.97) Michael Barrett 5–25–2 53 (1.61) 132 (4.00) Michael Barrett 10–18–6 67 (1.97) 101 (2.97) Michael Barrett 8–24–2 81 (2.38) 144 (4.24) Michael Barrett 5-24-5 57 (1.7) 141 (4.1) Rick Seeley 3–26–5 44 (1.29) 108 (3.18) Rick Seeley Rick Seeley

19–10–8 79 (2.10) 22–12–3 105 (2.84) 90–212–37 (.298)

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Michaela Spiessel Stephanie Tougas Victoria Catellon

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Bethany Dymarczyk Evelina Husar Kelly Runyan

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Jordan Elkins Danielle Alexieff Aimee Whittaker Rhiannon Amor Megan Young

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Shelby Wignall Jennifer Abramo Sarah Campbell Allison Kemon

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Melissa Perry Jackie Kendrick Meaghan Barnaby

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7 Kelsey Britton Tabatha Schury Jamie Baer

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Kelly Babstock Evelina Husar Karrah Stephen Debbie Beaudoin

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9 Cate Colucci Kristin Emerick Gillian Gallagher

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10 Stacey Kmill Meredith Malloy Hayley McMeekin Caitlin Peters

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11 Kelley Davies Kelly Rider Candace Boyles Sarah Silverman

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12 Vicky Graham Megan Young

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Erica Uden Johansson Chelsea Illchuk Kelley Davies Elyse Cole Serena Hillman

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Elena Orlando Mary Jane Moss Jessica Buttaro Kathryn Courtney Katie O’Hara Jessica Schilling Julie Mei

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15 Kristin Alcorn Alexandra Poitras

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16 Janine Duffy Kathryn Dallimore Natalie Phelps

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Chelsea Illchuk Elyse Cole Erin Sweet Hilary Bulger

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Felica Vieweg Kate Wheeler Kallie Flor Jackie Lapointe Trina Hulshof Katie O’Hara

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Emily Mackinon Kallie Flor Jennifer MacLean Trina Hulshof Michelle Capizzuto

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20 Jessica Puig Brandice Moniz Jillian Giguere Cara Costantini

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21 Stacey Kmill Nicolette Leone Heidi Tallqvist Kathryn Courtney Ashley Berglund

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Kristen Eklund Erika Bolognino Paula Teran Rodriguez Jayne Riley

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Brittany Lyons Ashley Jaffray Elizabeth Jankowski

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Kate Wheeler Anny Kallum Jane Clafin

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Amanda Colin Breana Burton Jillian Giguere

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Olivia Brackett Randi Schock

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Regan Boulton Mel Courtemanche

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30 Nanna Holm Glaas Jamie Miller Janelle Wolitski Ashley Hatch

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31 Connie Craig Catherine Lapare

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>> In-Game Records TEAM: Most Goals Scored in Game 11/28/2009 vs. Sacred Heart 11 Nutmeg Classic Consolation Game Most Goals Scored against ECAC Opponent 2/20/2010 vs. Brown 8 Most Goals Scored in First Period Three Times* 4 Most Goals Scored In Second Period 6 1/16/2005 at Union Most Goals Scored in Third Period 11/28/2009 vs. Sacred Heart 5 Nutmeg Classic Consolation Game First National Ranking 3/1/2010 10th USCHO.com Div. I Women’s Poll Longest Consecutive Weeks Nationally Ranked 1/17/11 - 1/24/11 2 USCHO.com Div. I Women’s Poll Longest Game in NCAA Women’s Ice Hockey History (Since established in 2001) 2/28/2010 5 hrs 13 min. ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals 144:32 minutes playing time First appearance in postseason since joining ECAC Hockey League 2009-10 First time hosting postseason game series 2009-10 vs. RPI 2/26-2/28/2010 ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals

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3 Aimee Whittaker 11/6/2004 vs. Union 11/12/2005 vs. Union 3 Vicky Graham 3 Heather Hughes 10/31/2009 vs. RPI 11/28/2009 vs. Sacred Heart 3 Kristen Eklund 3 Erica Uden Johansson 10/10/2010 vs. Sacred Heart 10/15/2010 at Maine 3 Regan Boulton 3 Kelly Babstock 11/12/2010 vs. Harvard 11/13/2010 vs. Dartmouth 3 Kelly Babstock 1/8/2011 at Clarkson 3 Kelly Babstock Most Assists in Game 4 Janine Duffy Kelly Babstock

11/28/2009 vs. Sacred Heart 11/26/2010 vs. Sacred Heart

Most Saves in Game 69 Mel Courtemanche Catherine Laparé Totals

23-19-0-42 0-4-23-27 23-23-23-69

1/8/2002 at Brown

63 Victoria Castellon 12-34-17-63 11/2/2001 at New Hampshire Most Saves in 1st Period 23 Mel Courtemanche 1/8/2002 at Brown Catherine Laparé & Mel Courtemanche 10/26/2002 at New Hampshire Most Saves in 2nd Period 34 Victoria Castellon 11/2/2001 at New Hampshire Most Goals by a Freshman (SEASON) 30 Kelly Babstock 2010-11 Most Goals by a Sophomore 15 Hayley McMeekin 2006-07 Most Goals by a Junior 14 Gillian Gallagher Vicky Graham

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Most Goals by a Senior 14 Kallie Flor

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Most Points by a Freshman (SEASON) 59 Kelly Babstock 2010-11

Most Points in Game 6 Kelly Babstock 5 Kelly Babstock 4 Elizabeth Jankowski 4 Gillian Gallagher 4 Candace Boyles 4 Jackie Kendrick 4 Antoinette Maldonado 4 Vicky Graham 4 Heather Hughes 4 Heather Hughes 4 Janine Duffy 4 Kristen Eklund 4 Kate Wheeler 4 Regan Boulton

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

Most Goals in Game 3 Candace Boyles 3 Vicky Graham 3 Gillian Gallagher

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11/26/2010 vs. Sacred Heart 2/11/11 vs. Rensselaer 11/17/2001 vs. Union 1/31/2003 vs. Sacred Heart 1/31/2003 vs. Sacred Heart 1/16/2005 at Union 11/12/2005 vs. Union 11/12/2005 vs. Union 10/31/2009 vs. RPI 11/28/2009 vs. Sacred Hear 11/28/2009 vs. Sacred Heart 11/28/2009 vs. Sacred Heart 11/26/2010 vs. Sacred Heart 10/15/2010 vs. Sacred Heart

Most Points by a Sophomore 30 Hayley McMeekin 2006-07 Most Points by a Junior 29 Kate Wheeler

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he Quinnipiac Alumni Athletic Hall of Fame was founded in 1976 and currently features 104 members and four teams. Notables include Steven “Turk” Wendell ’89, former major league relief pitcher; Frank “Porky” Vieira ’59, legendary head coach of the University of New Haven baseball team; Burt Kahn, former athletic director and long-time coach at Quinnipiac; Francine Perry Jones, All-American women’s basketball player; and Bernice Borris ’89, former softball star who tossed the first perfect game in school history.

Name Lester Ayala ’91 Michael Barrett ’85 Rick Barry ’95 Tim Belcher ’97 Jim Benson Frank Berretta ’87 Doug Bond ’89 Bernice Borris ’89 Bill Brew Mike Bruno ’62 Bob Bruzik ’83 Lisa Caldwell Linder ’85 Rita Campbell ’86 Joseph Canetti ’61 Al Carfora ’80 Patty Caron ’84 Russ Certo ’82 Richard Ciardiello ’87 Maribeth Clifford ’89 Rita Campbell ’86 Joseph D’Andrea ’59 Rosemary DeGrand Doreen DeLucca ’79 Pat DeMaio ’60 Nick DeMaio ’61 Diane Dodge ’89 Phil Donofrio ’62 Harold Driver ’89 Tom Fahy ’63 Jeff Fengler Bob Finn ’59 Dennis Flanagan ’72 Dan Ford ’70 Jim Freund ’82 Bill Fuchs ’70 Joyce Furman Paul Gionfriddo ’71 Harry Godi Dan Gooley ’70 Peter Gray ’87 Stuart Grove ’67 Elmar Habermas ’71 Siegfried Habermas ’70 Jim Hanscom Maria Holland Peter Jepsen ’80 Boyd Johnson ’91 Franklin Johnson ’73 Todd Johnson ’90 Burt Kahn Sue Kaiser ’85 Ed Keane ’61 Mark Krauter ’87 Dr. John L. Lahey Dawn Landino ’91 Art Leary ’70 Alicia (Longobardi) Giaimo ’97 Linda LoPresto ’86 Lynn Luca ’86 Bob Lynch ’76 Maryann Macari ’85 Tuffie Maroon Bill Martin ’81

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Inducted 2003 1990 2009 2009 1983 1987 1993 1993 1985 1992 1987 1992 1994 1998 1985 1990 1998 2003 2000 1994 2000 2003 1993 1982 1992 1994 1977 1983 1987 1998 1983 2003 1982 1988 1983 2003 1971 1983 1983 1990 1980 1983 1984 1994 1993 1989 2003 1980 2000 1979 1996 1977 2009 1998 2000 1977 2009 1996 1992 1984 1989 1976 1984

Name Sport(s) Inducted Bob Martino ’66 Baseball 1990 Fred Masotta ’58 Basketball 1979 George McDowell ’72 Basketball 1978 Jim McMahon ’65 Golf 1984 Bill Mecca Coach/Admin. 2009 Carl Miazga ’88 Basketball 1992 Cliff Mosley ’73. Basketball 1982 Ed Muzyka ’86 Ice Hockey 2009 Christina (Nasta) Coan ’93 Volleyball 2009 Dennis O’Keefe ’69 Basketball 1996 Dan O’Neil Baseball 2000 Golf 1985 Jeff Page ’80 Mike Pagliaro ’79 Basketball 1987 William Payne ’89 Basketball 1996 Francine Perry Little Basketball 1988 Ernie Petruciano Basketball 1989 Jim Potter ’64 Basketball 1989 Bob Proto ’61 Golf 1982 Mike Quitko Tennis Coach 2009 Joseph Reilly ’64 Basketball 1978 Donnalee Savitz ’82 Softball 1986 Chuck Schneider ’66 Basketball 1977 Bob Serenson Ice Hockey 1993 Missy Seymour ’79 Basketball/Softball 1998 Mike Siavrakas ’66 Soccer 1982 Vin Siena ’86 Baseball 1990 Tom Signore ’88 Baseball 1994 Anne Stewart ’85 Tennis 1990 Tara (Thibeault) Griffiths ’97 Field Hockey 2009 Rich Toni ’66 Baseball 1984 Frank Trasaco Baseball 2003 Dave Tuthill ’65 Basketball 1977 Robert Vacca Basketball 1981 Bob Valus ’62 Baseball 1984 Diane Velky ’82 Basketball 1996 Bill Verneris ’82 Ice Hockey 1986 Frank “Porky” Vieira ’59 Basketball/Baseball 1976 Brian Vincent ’86 Soccer 1992 Kimberly (Witteman) Doheny ’95 Soccer 2009 Steven “Turk” Wendell ’89 Baseball 1996 Bill Zimmer ’74 Soccer 1994 Gene Zurolo ’70 Baseball 2000 Richard Buckholz ’88 2010 Ice Hockey Michael Buscetto ’93 2010 Basketball Catie Canetti ’00 2010 Field Hockey/Lacrosse Chris Cerrella ’01 Ice Hockey 2010 Lou Iannotti ’82 Baseball 2010 Stephen Kulpa, Jr. ’93 Baseball 2010 Roland Lavallee ’01 Cross Country/Track 2010 Patrick Nguyen ’97 Tennis 2010 Sharon Polastry ’98 Soccer 2010 Julie Ryan (Smith) ’02 Field Hockey 2010 Queen Smith (Edwards) ’96 Basketball 2010 Colleen Speed (Dooley) ’01 Lacrosse 2010 Basketball 2010 Joe Trimarchi ’98 Linda Wooster Administrator/Athletic Director 2010 2000 Women’s Soccer Team 2010 1993-94 Women’s Tennis Team 2010 1965 Quinnipiac Men’s Soccer Team 1972–73 Quinnipiac Men’s Basketball Team 1983 Baseball Team 1983–84 Women’s Basketball Team

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uinnipiac’s learning environment is highly personalized and features small classes and ready access to 350 fulltime faculty members. This environment reflects the University’s commitment to excellence in teaching, support for scholarship and professional development. Tuition for the 2011– 12 year is $36,130, and $13,430 for room and board. Through its schools of Business, Communications, Education, Health Sciences, Nursing and Law, and the College of Arts and Sciences, Quinnipiac offers 72 majors at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Quinnipiac enrolls 5,900 undergraduates and 2,000 graduate and law students. Its School of Law is fully accredited by the American Bar Association. Further, its School of Business is accredited by AACSB International–The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Quinnipiac today is a thriving, three-campus university. The scenic, 250-acre Mount Carmel Campus, adjacent to Sleeping Giant State Park, contains residence halls and academic buildings including the technologically advanced Arnold Bernhard Library and the 125,000-square-foot School of Law Center. The York Hill Campus,

less than a mile away, contains the 185,000-square-foot TD Bank Sports Center, a parking garage, the Rocky Top student center, a fitness facility and houses 2,000 students in the Crescent residence hall and surrounding townhouses. A third 104-campus in nearby North Haven serves as home to the Schools of Health Sciences and Education and is the future home of Quinnipiac’s School of Medicine, projected to open in Fall 2013. The 7,900 students attending Quinnipiac come from 25 states and 22 countries. More than 75 percent of the full-time undergraduates live on campus, and the number of alumni has grown to 33,400 undergraduate and nearly 5,400 School of Law alumni who live and work throughout the world. The University consistently ranks among the top regional universities in the North in U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best Colleges issue and recently was ranked first in the category of universities that have made the most promising and innovative changes in academic, faculty, campus or facilities.

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ohn L. Lahey, PhD, is the eighth president of Quinnipiac University. During his 24-year tenure, his leadership has resulted in transformational growth and development across the University: • Increase in endowment from $5 million to more than $279 million. • Increase in student enrollment of about 315 percent, from 1,900 to 7,900 students. • Growth of graduate programs from two to more than 20 today including the acquisition of a law school. Quinnipiac plans to open a medical school in Fall 2013. • Participation of University athletic teams exclusively at the Division I level. • The creation of nationally and internationally recognized institutes including the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute and the Albert Schweitzer Institute. • The establishment of the Fred Friendly First Amendment Award Luncheon in New York City; and operation of an award-winning, 1000-watt commercial radio station, AM 1220 WQUN. • Expansion to three campuses to meet the needs of the growing undergraduate and graduate population. Since its founding in 1929, Quinnipiac has remained true to its underlying core values of academic excellence, sensitivity to students and a strong sense of community. President John L. Lahey

President’s Cabinet Richard Ferguson Senior Vice President for Administration Patrick Healy ’66 Senior Vice President for Finance Mark Thompson Senior Vice President for Academic & Student Affairs Lynn Bushnell Vice President for Public Affairs Manuel Carreiro Vice President & Dean of Students Jean Husted MBA ’99 Vice President/Executive Associate to the President Ronald Mason Vice President for Human Resources Joan Isaac Mohr Vice President and Dean of Admissions Donald Weinbach Vice President for Development and Alumni Affairs 2011–12 Women’s Hockey Media Guide

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JACK McDONALD Director of Athletics and Recreation Jack McDonald is entering his 17th year as director of athletics and recreation at Quinnipiac University. This fall, McDonald was selected to serve on the NACDA Division I Executive Committe and the NCAA’s Committe on Women’s Athletics. McDonald has guided Quinnipiac University into a broad-based Division I athletics program that consists of 21 men’s and women’s varsity sports. McDonald has been one of the driving forces during nine successful campaigns as a Division I member. Sixteen teams have won conference championships, with 12 qualifying for the NCAA Tournament during that time. Along with its full membership in the Northeast Conference, Quinnipiac also competes as a member of ECAC Hockey for men’s and women’s ice hockey, and as a member of Lacrosse America for men’s lacrosse. The last three academic years were of equal success for the Bobcats under McDonald’s guidance. Over the past two years, the Bobcats posted their highest department-wide grade-point averages in concurrent years as well as the largest number of student-athletes with a GPA of 3.0 or higher from one year to the next. In 2006–07 McDonald assisted the University in the grand opening of the TD Bank Sports Center, a 185,000-square-foot facility that cost $60 million to construct. He also helped secure NCAA certification for Quinnipiac, its first since moving to Division I, and assisted in the successful men’s basketball coaching search that culminated with the hiring of former University of Connecticut associate head coach Tom Moore. In addition, nearly 140 student-athletes and five teams were honored by their respective leagues and organizations for academic excellence. An active member of National Governance, McDonald was recently named president of NACDA’s IAAA Association. McDonald was also on the NCAA Championships and Competition Cabinet (1998–2002) and chair of the NCAA Ice Hockey Committee, where he championed bracket expansion from 12 to 16 teams. He also has been a member of the NACDA’s I-AAA executive committee since 2002. During the 2007–08 academic year, McDonald also was named president of Great Western Lacrosse. He is currently president of the New England ICAAA, the regional governing body of men’s track and field. Previously, McDonald was on the ECAC board of directors. Over the past few years, McDonald assisted in the development of a successful television, radio and Internet broadcasting package for Quinnipiac athletics. In 2006–07, Quinnipiac televised 15 games on local and regional outlets and broadcast nearly 200 additional games and sporting events via live radio, audio and/or video streaming and iTunes podcasts. McDonald and his staff oversaw the expansion and renovation of the Athletic Center in Fall 2002. He founded the Faculty Athletic Board and instituted “Positive Play” programs with the Captains’ Council.

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McDonald is a 1973 graduate of Boston College. He earned a master’s degree from Springfield College in 1984. During his college career, McDonald ran and coached track. He set the New England indoor mile record (4:00.9) and, as a coach, was selected Big East, New England and NCAA District I Coach of the Year in both 1984 and 1987. A native of Braintree, Mass., McDonald and his wife, Linda, live in Cheshire, Conn., with their four sons: Brian, Jim, Jack and David.

BILL MECCA Senior Associate Athletic Director A member of Quinnipiac’a athletic department since 1978, Bill Mecca is in his 12th year as Senior Associate Atheltic Director. In his present role, Mecca is responsible for all internal operations of the department, including supervision of scheduling, facilities, game officials, game operations and sports medicine. A 1978 graduate of Niagara University, Mecca earned a bachelors degree in business administration while playing four years of basketball under current Utah Jazz president Frank Layden. A native of Bowie, Md., Mecca has fulfilled a variety of roles in his 34-year tenure at Quinnipiac. For his continued success as a leader in the department of athletics, Mecca was inducted into the Quinnipiac Hall of Fame in 2008. From 1978-91, he was an assistant men’s basketball coach, head men’s tennis coach and assistant director of athletics under the legendary Burt Kahn. In 1991, he was named head men’s basketball coach and served five seasons before being promoted to his current role. His best season came in 1992-93 when he led the Braves to a 18-13 mark and a berth in the NE-10 Tournament Championship Game. Mecca also served as interim athletic director from May-August 1995 before current director of atheltics Jack McDonald arrived on campus. In addition to his administrative roles, Mecca is the founder of teh highly successful Quinnipiac Roundball Golf Tournament, which has generated more than $200,000 in contributions to the athletic department over the last 20 years. Mecca also coordinates the Quinnipiac All-Sports Academic Camp and helped stat the Fellowship of Christian Athletes at Quinnipiac. Mecca also provides radio and television color analysis for the Quinnipiac men’s and women’s basketball games as well as the sideline report for men’s ice hockey on AM 1220 WQUN, WCTX-TV and NESN. In 2009, Mecca began a new venture with Quinnipiac as the co-host of the Emmy Nominated “Bobcats Unleashed in HD”. Mecca and his wife, Jeanne, live in North Haven with their two daughters, Christina and Nicole.

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TRACEY FLYNN Associate Athletic Director/ Senior Woman Administrator Tracey Flynn has served as Quinnipiac’s senior woman administrator since September 2001. Flynn is responsible for maintaining the University’s overall NCAA compliance and eligibility program. She oversees all rules education programs, interpretations and procedures of NCAA legislation for Quinnipiac’s 21 Division I programs. Flynn came to Quinnipiac from the University of Maine, where she served five years in the same capacity. Prior to her job at Maine, Flynn was an assistant AD/SWA at Fairfield University for nearly 10 years. A graduate of the University of Connecticut, Flynn earned a bachelor’s degree in communications in 1983. She added a master’s degree in education from the University of Connecticut in 1985, and an MBA from Fairfield University in 1997.

LYNEENE RICHARDSON Associate Athletic Director/Academic Support Services Lyneene Richardson begins her sixth year at Quinnipiac and her first as associate athletic director/academic support services at Quinnipiac, working closely with nearly 400 student-athletes, monitoring their academic records and eligibility. She also oversees academic programming and support services. Through Richardson’s efforts, the athletics department plays an active role in the Hamden and Greater New Haven communities. Prior to Quinnipiac, Richardson was assistant director of athletic student services CHAMPS/Life Skills coordinator at the University of Minnesota. In addition, she advised the student-athlete advisory board and was responsible for the production of the student-athlete handbook. In 1996, she completed her bachelor’s degree in liberal studies and earned a master’s degree in higher education in 2000, both from the University of Iowa.

ERIC GRGURICH

Eric Grgurich is in his sixth year as director of athletic promotions and ticketing at Quinnipiac and his second year as the executive director of the TD Bank Sports Center. In this position, he is responsible for all TD Bank Sports Center operations, as well the creation, implementation and cultivation of all ticketing and promotional campaigns for the TD Bank Sports Center. He joined the athletic marketing staff in June 2006 after spending the past eight years working in the American Hockey League. Most recently he held the position of director of ticket sales/operations with the Lowell Lock Monsters. In that role, he led a staff of 12 and developed the 2004–05 ticket sales and marketing campaign. Grgurich also was responsible for the cultivation of season tickets, mini-plans, groups, luxury boxes and party rooms for the Lock Monsters. Grgurich spent two years with the Hartford Wolfpack, the top affiliate of the New York Rangers, after earning his start in professional hockey with the Cincinnati Mighty Ducks. Grgurich is a 1997 graduate of Stonehill College, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in history and was a four-year member of the baseball team.

ANDREW CASTAGNOLA Associate Athletic Director/Operations Andrew Castagnola is in his sixth year at Quinnipiac and his in his first year as associate athletic director/operations at Quinnipiac. He served as the interim director of operations during the 2005–06 year before being promoted to his current role. He handles all responsibilities pertaining to event and gameday management. After graduating from Quinnipiac with a bachelor’s degree in business marketing in 2003, Castagnola moved into a graduate assistant position in the operations office. He spent two years in that capacity before moving into the interim director of operations position. A four-year member of the Quinnipiac men’s lacrosse team, Castagnola played in goal for the Bobcats from 2000–03. Castagnola also has experience on the coaching front. He served as the goalie coach for the Quinnipiac men’s lacrosse team in 2004. From 2000–03, he was the goalie instructor and an assistant junior varsity coach at Cheshire (Conn.) High School. He is currently pursuing his MBA at Quinnipiac.

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Associate Athletic Director/Intramurals Michael Medina is in his eighth year at Quinnipiac and in his first year as associate athletic director/ intramurals. Under Medina’s direction, Quinnipiac intramurals has shown an increase in student participation for each of the last four years with the introduction of new sports and increased student interaction. A respected member of the National Intramural Recreation Sports Association (NIRSA), he currently serves as the state director for Connecticut and Rhode Island in Region I. This past year, he was honored with the Horace Moody Award by NIRSA. Previously, he was a committee member in the Sports Officials Development Program for Flag Football, a national committee that focuses on improving training techniques for student officials. Members of this committee go to the Flag Football National Championships to evaluate student officials. Medina arrived at Quinnipiac after previous stints at Northeastern University and the University of Maryland. During that time, he was a two-time AllAmerican official in both flag football and basketball. A certified high school official in basketball and baseball, Medina also has an extensive journalism background. He earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Maryland in 2002. While at Maryland, he called the action for the 2002 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship between the Terrapins and Indiana on radio for WMUC. He also earned a master’s degree in journalism from Northeastern in 2004.

ERNIE HALLBACH Associate Athletic Director for Athletic Training Ernie Hallbach joined Quinnipiac prior to the start of the 2007–08 academic year. This past summer, Hallbach was named the associate director for athletic training. Hallbach coordinates Quinnipiac University’s athletic training program and oversees the day-to-day operations of the athletic training department. Hallbach also is responsible for both the men’s and women’s cross country teams. This past summer, Hallbach was named the associate athletic director for athletic training. Prior to Quinnipiac, Hallbach held the title of head athletic

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trainer at Trinity College in Hartford, Conn. While at Trinity, Hallbach was responsible for the coordination of event and practice coverage for Trinity’s 29 intercollegiate sports. He also served as a clinical instructor for student athletic trainers from the University of Connecticut. Hallbach oversaw three full-time and two part-time certified athletic trainers and 10 student workers in the Trinity athletic training department. Aside from his duties as a clinical instructor, Hallbach was also an adjunct faculty member at UConn, serving as an instructor for courses within the athletic training curriculum, including “Introduction to Athletic Training III/IV” and “Pathophysiology and Pharmacology.” Prior to Trinity, Hallbach was the head athletic trainer at Saint Joseph College in West Hartford, Conn., where he worked from 1993–2000. While at Saint Joseph, Hallbach developed and implemented an athletic training program in conjunction with the start of Saint Joseph’s intercollegiate athletic programs. Hallbach also held the position of athletic trainer for the Eastern Rehabilitation Network in Glastonbury, Conn., from 1992–94. Eastern Rehabilitation Network provided athletic training for three high schools in the Glastonbury area. A graduate assistant athletic trainer at UConn, Hallbach worked primarily with the football and women’s basketball programs from 1990–92. He graduated from UConn in 1989 with a bachelor of science from the School of Education in sports medicine/athletic training. He also received a master of arts from the School of Education at UConn with a concentration in exercise physiology in 1997. Hallbach is a licensed Connecticut athletic trainer while also holding certifications from the National Athletic Trainers Association as both an athletic trainer and an approved clinical instructor. Hallbach also is associated with the Eastern Athletic Trainers Association as well as the New England Small College Athletic Conference Athletic Training Society.

TAMI REILLY Associate Athletic Director for Fitness & Wellness Tami Reilly is in her ninth year at Quinnipiac and in her first year as the associate athletic director/ fitness center. She is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the fitness center, recreation programming and campus wellness. Reilly arrived at Quinnipiac after playing a key role in the development of the Unique Fitness for Women facility in Wallingford, Conn. On the educational front, Reilly has served as a group fitness instructor and personal trainer at various local facilities. Reilly holds certifications and memberships in American Red Cross

Adult CPR, ACE (personal trainer), AFAA (personal trainer and group fitness instructor), NEDITA (group fitness instructor), ISCA (kickboxing instructor). She is a Master Instructor for Madd Dogg Athletics (SPINNING®), a Pro Trainer for Gliding® and is a registered yoga teacher with the Yoga Alliance. She is a graduate of Southern Connecticut State University and holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology. She is also a fitness and nutritional specialist certified through Gateway Community Technical College and Southern Connecticut State University. Reilly is persuing a master’s degree in organizational leadership at Quinnipiac.

AMY TERRY Coordinator for Financial Services Amy Terry begins her eighth year as coordinator for financial services in athletics, in charge of overseeing all the financial transactions and allocation of funds for the athletics department. Terry has been a long-standing member of the Quinnipiac community. She graduated from the University in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in management and in 2002 earned an MBA with a concentration in accounting, also from Quinnipiac. Terry has worked for the University in numerous capacities over the past 12 years. She was an accounting assistant from 1998 to 2000 and a staff accountant from 2000–03 before accepting the position of coordinator for financial services.

BOB TIPSON Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance Coordination Bob Tipson was promoted in 2010 to assistant athletic director for compliance coordination after serving as the assistant compliance coordinator since 2007. Tipson came to Quinnipiac in 2003, when he served as the assistant basketball coach for the Bobcats through the 2007 season. In this current role, Tipson is involved in all aspects of recruiting for Quinnipiac’s 21 varsity teams in addition to the compilation of each team’s rosters. Tipson came to Quinnipiac from Champlain College in Burlington, Vt., where he served as the head coach of the men’s basketball team for 34 years. In addition, he held a variety of administrative roles in the athletic department, including director of athletics

from 1969 through 1990. In 2003, Tipson completed his coaching career at Champlain with a 704-265 record. A 12-time Region III Coach of the Year, Tipson guided the program to nine regional championships, and five national tournament appearances, as well as the No. 3 national ranking in 1990. In 2001, he was inducted into the National Junior College Basketball Hall of Fame and was part of the inaugural class of the New England Basketball Hall of Fame in 2002. Tipson has been extensively involved in the National Junior College Basketball Coaches Association, USA Basketball and the NJCAA/USA All-Star program. Tipson earned an associate’s degree from Champlain in 1966, a bachelor’s degree from Plymouth State in 1968 and a master of education from Saint Michael’s in 1975.

ALYSSA BUDKOFSKY Assistant Athletic Director for Men’s Basketball Academic Support Services Alyssa Budkofsky was promoted to the assistant athletic director for men’s basketball academic support services in 2010. Budkofsky is now in her fourth year at Quinnipiac in that role. Since her arrival at Quinnipiac, the team has seen consistent improvements with its Academic Progress Rate (APR) as well as its individual grade-point averages. Budkofsky came to Quinnipiac from George Washington University in Washington, D.C., where she served as the academic support assistant in the Department of Athletics. While at GW, Budkofsky’s responsibilities included academic advising and monitoring of the academic success of 80 of George Washington’s studentathletes. She also was heavily involved with class registration and orientation of all incoming student-athletes. In addition to her academic advising responsibilities, Budkofsky worked with the compliance director to ensure NCAA eligibility.

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Cemi Abreu Assistant Athletic Trainer

Scott Burrell Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Danielle Brennan Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Matthew Calcagni Athletics Ticket Manager

David Caprio Group Ticket Sales and Promotion Manager

Becky Carlson Women’s Rugby Head Coach

Danie Caro Women’s Lacrosse Head Coach

Reid Cashman Men’s Ice Hockey Assistant Coach

Dave Clarke Women’s Soccer Head Coach

Eric Da Costa Men’s Soccer Head Coach

Eric Eaton Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Tricia Fabbri Women’s Basketball Head Coach

Brian Fairbrother Assistant Athletic Trainer

Dan Gooley Baseball Head Coach

Beth Griswold TD Bank Sports Center Coordinator

John Iati Director of Men’s Basketball Operations

Sean Doherty Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Germaine Fairchild Softball Head Coach

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Eric Fekete Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach

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Lori Landino Sec. to Men’s and Women’s Basketball Programs

Mountain Macgillivray Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Becca Main Kohli Field Hockey Head Coach

Meghan McCaffrey Assistant Athletic Trainer

Jennifer Mead Associate Athletic Trainer

Becky Mella Assistant Athletic Trainer

Tom Moore Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Alyssa Muething Assistant Athletic Trainer

Paul Nemetz-Carlson Assistant Women’s Ice Hockey Coach

John O’Connor Women’s Golf Head Coach

Lorraine Onofrio Sec. to Men’s and Women’s Ice Hockey Programs

Adam Pallone Assistant Athletic Trainer

Brijesh Patel Strength and Conditioning Head Coach

Rand Pecknold Men’s Ice Hockey Head Coach

Mary Ann Powers Acrobatics and Tumbling Head Coach

Connie Mancini Sec. to Director of Athletics and Recreation

Mike Quitko Men’s and Women’s Tennis Head Coach

Helen Ridley Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Carolyn Martin Men’s and Women’s Cross Country; Women’s Track Head coach

Bill Riga Men’s Ice Hockey Assistant Coach

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Rick Seeley Women’s Ice Hockey Head Coach

Carry Simms Director of Women’s Basketball Operations

Robin Lamott Sparks Women’s Volleyball Head Coach

Cassandra Turner Women’s Ice Hockey Associate Head Coach

Joanne Vignola Department Secretary

Richard Hanley (Chair) • Assistant Professor Communications Mark Hoffman • Professor Arts & Sciences Suzanne Hudd • Associate Professor of Sociology Keith Kerr Keith • Assistant Professor of Sociology Carla Knowlton • Director of Admissions Alexander Laskin Assistant Professor Communication/Public Relations

Scott Walker Fitness Director

Dorothy Lauria Registrar Information and Technology

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Jill Martin (Vice-Chair) Professor (Faculty-Senate Liaison) Arts & Sciences

Anne Balogh • Alumni

Angela Mattie • Assistant Professor Business

Kevin Basmadjian • Assistant Professor of Education

Jack McDonald • Director of Athletics & Recreation (Ex-Officio)

Alyssa Budkofsky Assistant AD/Men’s Basketball Academic Support (Ex-Officio)

John Morgan • Professor of Law (Faculty-Senate Liaison)

Lisa Burns • Associate Professor of Media Studies Andrew Delohery • Director Academic Affairs/Learning Center Sean Duffy (FAR) Associate Professor of Political Science/NCAA Faculty Athletic Representative Robert Farrell • Professor of Law (Cabinet Liasion) Richard Ferguson Science Vice President for Administration Tracey Flynn Associate Athletic Director/Senior Women’s Administrator Alicia Giaimo Longobardi Clinical Instructor for Diagnostic Imaging

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Ed O’Connor • Dean, School of Health Sciences Jacinda Dunbar • Student-Athlete SAAC Jacob Cetera • Student-Athlete SAAC Lyneene Richardson • Associate Athletic Director (Ex-Officio) Kathy Simione • Associate Professor of Accounting Angela Skyers • Director of University Academic Programs

Athletics Year in Review

Quinnipiac’s Cross Country team was picked to finish fourth in the Northeast Conference Preseason Coach’s poll and went on to have a solid season that included a trip to the NCAA Division I Northeast Regional. The Bobcats also finished second in the annual Quinnipiac Invitational. Mike Levene paced the Bobcats for most of the season, placing first in a majority of the Bobcats’ meets. Levene earned Quinnipiac September Athlete of the Month honors. The women’s cross country team captured its Northeast Conference record-breaking sixth consecutive conference championship in 2010. The Bobcats won three of the seven meets they competed in, including the season-opening Seawolves Invitational hosted by Stony Brook, the annual Quinnipiac Invitational and the Northeast Conference Championship. In addition, the Bobcats posted second place finishes at two meets and a top five finish at the New England Championships. They went on to finish 20th at the NCAA Regionals. Field hockey clinched the fourth seed in the 2010 Northeast Conference Field Hockey Tournament, losing to eventual champ Rider. The Bobcats posted an 8-10 record, including a 4-3 mark against the Northeast Conference. The Bobcats got break-out seasons from leading scorers Kimberly Cunniff and Kaitlyn Notarianni, who each tallied 17 points, while Tina Watkins also posted career numbers in her final year at Quinnipiac. The Quinnipiac University men’s soccer team finished the 2010 season at 4-11-2 overall and 3-6-1 in Northeast Conference play. The Bobcats, riddled with injuries, won just once in their first 10 games, but bounced back to post a 3-3-1 record down the stretch, including back-to-back shutouts against NJIT and NEC-foe Sacred Heart , a 4-3 overtime thriller against Central Connecticut State and a 1-1, double overtime tie against nationally-ranked #11 Monmouth in their final regular-season game. The Quinnipiac women’s soccer team wrapped-up the 2010 season with a 2-2 draw against Saint Francis (Pa.) in the semifinals of the Northeast Conference Tournament on Nov. 5, ultimately losing the game in a shoot-out. The Bobcats ended the season at 5-2-3 in conference play and with an overall record of 7-7-4. The Quinnipiac women’s volleyball team finished the season at 6-24 overall and 4-12 in the Northeast Conference, coming within two wins of qualifying for the conference tournament for the second time in program history. The season consisted of several individual highlights, including Kayla Lawler becoming the first Quinnipiac player in nine years to win NEC Player of the Week honors, as the junior setter went on to break several records along the way. The women’s basketball team advanced to the Northeast Conference tournament for the 11th consecutive year after posting an overall record of 14-16 including an 11-7 mark in Northeast Conference play. The Bobcats won seven of eight games from the end of December through January and four of their last six NEC games heading into postseason play. The Men’s basketball team finished the season at 22-10, including a 13-5 mark in NEC play, and hosted a Division I national tourna-

ment game for the first time in program history when the Bobcats faced Buffalo in the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament at the TD Bank Sports Center. The Bobcats ended the year leading the nation in offensive rebounds while finishing second in total rebounds and ranked third in rebound margin. Along the way, Justin Rutty broke the Northeast Conference rebounding record and became just the third player in Quinnipiac history to reach 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds for his career. Rutty also broke the record for career field goals and career double-doubles. James Johnson also passed the 1,200 point mark - amassing more points in three seasons than any other player in program history. Men’s ice hockey finished the year at 15-14-8 overall and 6-9-7 in ECAC Hockey including a 10-7-2 record at the TD Bank Sports Center. The Bobcats hosted a ECAC Hockey Tournament game for the sixth time in as many years, making the Bobcats the only team out of the 12 that comprise the league to win an ECAC Hockey Tournament series each year. Quinnipiac’s back-to-back shutouts against Brown mark the second time in ECAC Hockey Tournament history that a team held its opponent scoreless in a postseason series. Women’s ice hockey had yet another banner season as the Bobcats upset host Princeton in the ECAC Hockey Tournament Quarterfinals to advance to the tournament semifinals for the first time in program history. Freshman phenom Kelly Babstock re-wrote the Quinnipiac freshman record books with an incredible season that saw her lead all Division I freshman skaters in goals, assists and points. The team as a whole saw major improvements in production as seven players improved on their previous season’s point totals. The women’s indoor track team saw continued success as Morgan Roche and Becca White both qualified for the ECAC Championships 2011–12 Women’s Hockey Media Guide

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in their individual events. The team placed seventh at the Northeast Conference Championships with 31 team points. Baseball jumped out to the best start in program history, winning seven of their first eight Northeast Conference games and featured non-conference wins against Marshall, Ball State and a pair of wins against Richmond. In addition, Kyle Birdsall also hurled the first no-hitter in Quinnipiac history and Ben Farina became the seventh player in program history to reach the 200-hit mark. Men’s lacrosse clinched a share of the Northeast Conference Regular-Season Championship in the first year of its inception after winning four of their five NEC games. The Bobcats also had nonconference wins against Holy Cross and Providence while first-year phenom Dylan Webster was honored by the NEC five times this season as the league’s rookie of the week. Softball bounced back from losing two its first three games to win six of its next eight games and also won four of five games at the University of South Florida Tournament. The Bobcats have been one of the top NEC teams to date, sweeping doubleheaders from Monmouth, Bryant, Central Connecticut, Fairleigh Dickinson and Saint Francis (Pa.) and are currently in the hunt for a Northeast Conference Tournament berth. The women’s lacrosse team earned their first NCAA Division I Tournament bid in program history with a 15-3 win against Mount St. Mary’s to win the Northeast Conference Championship after they won their first out-right NEC Regular-Season Championship in pro-

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gram history. The Bobcats struggled out of the gate, losing their first four games before rattling off seven straight wins and winning 11 of their final 14 regular-season games. The men’s tennis team advanced to the NEC Championship game for the third time in four years after upsetting Fairleigh Dickinson to advance to the finals. The women’s tennis team won its sixth Northeast Conference Championship in the last eight seasons while head coach Mike Quitko earned his fifth NEC Womens’ Tennis Coach of the Year Award and freshman Juliet Labarthe was named the NEC Rookie of the Year. The women’s outdoor track team has competed in four events to date, with Andrea Szarkowicz winning the steeple chase at the Monmouth University Season-Opener and the University of New Hampshire Invitational. The acrobatics & tumbling team finished third in four of the five individual events at the inaugural National Collegiate Acrobatics & Tumbling Association’s National Championship behind national powers Oregan and Maryland. In its first year in the NCATA, Quinnipiac defeated Fairmont State in the regular season before shocking Azusa Pacific in the first round of the NCATA Championships. Women’s golf completed its first season as a varsity sport at Quinnipiac with an 11th place finish at its first NEC Championship. Amanda Nagel, Brianne Tansey and Jennifer Forlenza were the Bobcats’ top finishers along the way. The women’s rugby team will play their inaugural season in Fall 2011. This season, Quinnipiac played scrimmages against Southern Connecticut State and Army. Four women’s rugby players were chosen to play in the inaugural MetNY U-23 All-Star Team. Katie Wood (Hamilton, N.J.), sophomore Megan Hannamann (Manchester, N.H.), freshman Jacqueline MacLearie (Tinton Falls, N.J.), and freshman Diana Poulsen (Dover, N.J) all received the honorary selection.

The TD Bank Sports Center

The TD Bank Sports Center is a state-ofthe-art facility located on the York Hill Campus featuring separate arenas for Quinnipiac University’s NCAA Division I men’s and women’s basketball and hockey programs. The 185,000-square-foot facility was dedicated on Jan. 27, 2007 and seats 3,254 and 3,084 for basketball and hockey events, respectively. The two arenas at the TD Bank Sports Center are connected by a three-story structure featuring a common lobby and ticket box office, a premier University Club, administrative and team offices, professional-style locker rooms with student-athlete lounges, conference and meeting rooms, athletic training and equipment rooms, and a strength and conditioning center.

Strength and Conditioning Center

Captains L-R: Kate Wheeler, Jordan Elkins, Bethany Dymarczyk

Juniors L-R: Breann Frykas, Victoria Vigilanti, Felica Vieweg, Brittany Lyons, Regan Boulton, Kristen Eklund

Athletic Training Room

Sophomores L-R: (Kara Gust, Olivia Brackett, Ashley Winslow, Elena Orlando, Erica Uden Johansson, Shelby Wignall, Amanda Colin, Emily MacKinnon, Kelly Babstock, Megan Hagg)

Pro-Style Locker Room

Freshman L-R: Anna Borgfedlt, Chelsea Laden, Nicole Kosta, Morgan Fritz-Ward)

Coaches L-R Paul Nemetz-Carlson, Rick Seeley, Cassandra Turner

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