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wildcat HOCKEY TABLE OF CONTENTS

Location.............................................................Durham, N.H. Founded........................................................................... 1866 Enrollment..................................................................... 14,000 Nickname................................................................... Wildcats Colors.............................................................. Blue and White

Administration

President................................................. Dr. Mark Huddleston Athletic Director...............................................Marty Scarano Deputy Athletic Director.................................... Steve Metcalf Senior Associate Director/External......................Dot Sheehan Senior Associate Director/Compliance........ Michelle Bronner Associate Director/Finance............................Donna Brownell Associate Director/Operations......................... Carrie Kimball Associate Director/Communications & Marketing Amber Lilyestrom Assistant Director/Academic Support..............Joanne Maldari Assistant Director/Academic Support.................. Cathy Leach Assistant Director/Media & Public Relations....... Tom Wilkins Assistant Director/Ticketing......................................... Nicole Ayer Assistant Director/Event Management..................... Kate McAfee

Athletic Media & Public Relations

Director..............................Tom Wilkins Associate Director................Doug Poole Associate Director............ Mike Murphy Assistant Director....Anthony D’Angelis Assistant Director.............. Eric Peterson Video&Public Relations Asst............. Jared Fieldsend Women’s hockey contact.............D. Poole Office phone...................(603) 862-2585 Cell phone......................(603) 674-2528 E-mail................... doug.poole@unh.edu Fax.................................(603) 862-3839 Athletics Affiliation..................................................... NCAA Division I Website...............www.unhwildcats.com

Conference........................................................... Hockey East Arena (capacity)................. Whittemore Center Arena (6,501) Numbers to Know Rink Size.................................................................. 200’x100’ Note: (603) area code unless noted Rink Manager......................................................Griff Richard Hockey Office......................... 862-1161

Hockey Staff

Head Coach.......................Brian McCloskey (Dartmouth ‘77) Record at UNH/Years.....................................222-66-31/Nine Career Record.................................................................. same Associate Head Coach.............Jamie Wood (Middlebury ‘94) Assistant Coach............................ Stephanie Jones (UNH ‘05) Volunteer Assistant.......................................... Rob Day (WPI) Administrative Assistant...................................... Abby Welch Director of Hockey Operations.............................Colin Shank Director of Strength and Conditioning............. Paul Chapman Associate Director of Strength and Conditioning..... John Ciani Athletic Trainer........................................ Renee Kleszczynski

Team Information

First Year..................................................................... 1977-78 Overall Record (win %).............................. 701-192-66 (.765) National Championships............................ 1 (1998, AWCHA) 2010-11 Record............................................................14-16-2 Hockey East Record (Place)................................. 7-13-1 (6th) 2011-12 Captain................................................Kailey Chappell Assistant Captains......................Katie Brock, Nicole Gifford Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................................... 17/5 Newcomers............................................................................ 5

Whittemore Center.................. 862-4403 Press Box................................ 862-0735 Tickets (Ticketmaster)............ 868-7300

Credits

The 2011-12 UNH women’s ice hockey media guide is a publication of the UNH Athletic Media Relations office. Writing, editing and layout by Doug Poole using CreativeSuites2. Student-athlete and coach headshots by Phil Noury. Locker room and Whittemore Center pictures by UNH Instructional Services. All UNH action photos within the guide by Gil Talbot, Gregory Greene, Steve Babineau and Scott Slingsby, unless noted.

All-Americans.....................................................60-62 Biographies Athletic Director Marty Scarano......................... 43 Hockey staff Head coach Brian McCloskey.......................... 9 Associate head coach Jamie Wood................. 10 Assistant coach Stephanie Jones..................... 11 Strength and Conditioning staff...................... 12 Physicians....................................................... 13 Hockey support staff....................................... 14 President Dr. Mark Huddleston........................... 42 The Wildcats Seniors.......................................................16-17 Juniors........................................................18-23 Sophomores...............................................24-29 Newcomers................................................30-32 Frozen Fenway Photo Album.............................66-70 Hockey East Synopsis.............................................. 46 Media Information .................................................. 47 Outlook for 2011-12................................................4-7 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award............................. 59 Quick facts................................................................. 1 Record Book Individual........................................................49-52 Team.................................................................... 53 Review of 2010-11 Statistics............................................................... 34 Results................................................................. 35 Hockey East......................................................... 36 UNH Athletics...................................................... 40 The Region............................................................... 42 Roster......................................................................... 2 Schedule..................................................... Back cover TV/Radio Chart.......................................................... 3 The UNH Hockey Experience............................63-64 The University....................................................38-39 Whittemore Center..............................................44-45 Year of the Wildcat.................................................. 65 Year-by-Year Results..........................................55-58 Yearly Results.......................................................... 54

Quick Facts

University of New Hampshire Hockey QUICK FACTS General

On the covers

Captain Kailey Chappell, as well as assistant captains Katie Brock and Nicole Gifford, are featured on the front cover. The back cover features seniors Emma Clark and Lindsey Minton. A pictorial of the University campus and surrounding region is featured on the front inside cover. The UNH women’s hockey program has had a significant impact on global hockey through the years. A number of Wildcats who have skated for Team USA or Hockey Canada are pictured on the back inside cover.

Roster

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review

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OUTLOOK

UNH

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staff

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HISTORY

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Players

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wildcat ROSTER

wildcat HOCKEY Numerical Roster

No. Name Class Pos. Ht. S/C Hometown/Previous Team 2 3 4 5 8 10 11 12 13 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 27 28 30 31 33 36

Brynja Bogan Casey Stathopoulos Heather Kashman Katie Brock Arielle O’Neill Kristina Lavoie Kristine Horn Maggie Hunt Bryanna Farris Nicole Gifford Jenna Lascelle Paige Goloubef Kailey Chappell Emma Clark Jess Ryan Caroline Broderick Kayla Mork Hannah Armstrong Katie Kleinendorst Leslie Ann McGowan Moe Bradley Jenn Gilligan Lindsey Minton

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

D F F D F F F D D F F F D F D D F F F G G G G

5-8 5-3 5-9 5-4 5-10 5-9 5-8 5-7 5-9 5-2 5-6 5-8 5-9 5-1 5-5 5-11 5-4 5-9 5-6 5-9 5-9 5-9 5-5

R R L L R L L R L L R L L R L R R R R R L R L

Germantown, Md./Washington Pride Waltham, Mass./Mass. Spitfires Edmonton, Alberta/Edmonton Thunder Marblehead, Mass./St. Paul’s School

Captain: Kailey Chappell Assistant captains: Katie Brock, Nicole Gifford Head coach: Brian McCloskey (Dartmouth ‘77) / 10th season Associate head coach: Jamie Wood (Middlebury ‘94) / second season Assistant coach: Stephanie Jones (New Hampshire ‘05) / sixth season Volunteer assistant: Rob Day (WPI) / first season

St. Catharines, Ontario/Stoney Creek

Fonthill, Ontario/Stoney Creek Utica, Mich./Shattuck-St. Mary’s Naperville, Ill./N. American Hockey Academy Carleton Place, Ontario/Ottawa Ennismore, Ontario/ Mississauga Jr. Chiefs Cornwall, Ontario/ Ontario Hockey Academy Oakville, Ontario/Toronto Jr. Aeros Pickering, Ontario/Durham West East Barre, Vt./Culver Academy Cloquet, Minn./Cloquet Marblehead, Mass./Ontario Hockey Academy Victoria, Minn./ Breck School Newmarket, Ontario/Aurora Vestal, N.Y./N. American Hockey Acad. Durham, N.H./Seacoast Lightning Swampscott, Mass./Boston Blades Maple Ridge, British Columbia/K-W Rangers Richardson, Texas/Colorado Select

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UNITED STATES



Illinois (1) Maggie Hunt

Michigan (1) Kristine Horn

Minnesota (2) Kayla Mork Jess Ryan

Maryland (1) Brynja Bogan

new York (1) Katie Kleinendorst

Massachusetts (4) Moe Bradley Katie Brock Caroline Broderick Casey Stathopoulos

new hampshire (1) Leslie Ann McGowan Vermont (1) Emma Clark

Texas (1) Lindsey Minton

CANADA

alberta (1) Heather Kashman British columbia (1) Jenn Gilligan

Alphabetical roster Name Armstrong, Hannah Bogan, Brynja Bradley, Moe Brock, Katie Broderick, Caroline Chappell, Kailey Clark, Emma Farris, Bryanna Gifford, Nicole Gilligan, Jenn Goloubef, Paige Horn, Kristine Hunt, Maggie Kashman, Heather Kleinendorst, Katie Lascelle, Jenna Lavoie, Kristina McGowan, Leslie Ann Minton, Lindsey Mork, Kayla O’Neill, Arielle Ryan, Jess Stathopoulos, Casey

No. 27 2 31 5 22 19 20 13 16 33 18 11 12 4 28 17 10 30 36 24 8 4 3

Pronunciation guide Brynja BOGAN brin-ya bo-gin Kailey CHAPPELL kay-lee chapel Bryanna FARRIS bree-anna Paige GOLOUBEF ghoul-uh-buff Kristina Lavoie lah-vwa

Paige Goloubef Jenna Lascelle Kristina Lavoie Arielle O’Neill

Ontario (8) Hannah Armstrong Kailey Chappell Bryanna Farris Nicole Gifford

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Brynja Bogan

Fr. D 5-8 Germantown, Md.

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Casey Stathopoulos Fr. F 5-3 Waltham, Mass.

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Heather Kashman

Fr. F 5-9 Edmonton, Alberta

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Katie Brock

Jr. D 5-4 Marblehead, Mass.

Arielle O’Neill

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So. F 5-10 St. Catharines, Ontario

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Kristina Lavoie

Jr. F 5-9 Fonthill, Ontario

Kristine Horn

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Jr. F Utica, Mich.

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Maggie Hunt So. D Naperville, Ill.

12 5-7

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Bryanna Farris

Jr. D 5-9 Carleton Place, Ontario

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Nicole Gifford

So. F 5-2 Ennismore, Ontario

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Jenna Lascelle

Fr. F 5-6 Cornwall, Ontario

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Caroline Broderick

Fr. D 5-11 Marblehead, Mass.

Moe Bradley

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Fr. G 5-9 Swampscott, Mass.

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Paige Goloubef

Jr. F 5-8 Oakville, Ontario

Kayla Mork

Fr. F Victoria, Minn.

Jenn Gilligan

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Fr. G 5-9 Maple Ridge, B.C.

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Kailey Chappell

Jr. D 5-9 Pickering, Ontario

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Hannah Armstrong So. F 5-9 Newmarket, Ontario

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Lindsey Minton

Sr. G 5-5 Richardson, Texas

Emma Clark Sr. F East Barre, Vt.

5-1

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Katie Kleinendorst So. F Vestal, N.Y.

Brian McCloskey Head coach 10th season

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Jamie Wood

Associate head coach Second season

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Jess Ryan

Fr. D Cloquet, Minn.

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Leslie Ann McGowan So. G 5-9 Durham, N.H.

Stephanie Jones Assistant coach Sixth season



Season Outlook

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2012 Season Outlook 

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wildcat HOCKEY producers in her freshman campaign of 2010-11. She scored a team-high 11 goals, which included a teamleading three power-play goals, and also was the top ‘Cat in shooting percentage. O’Neill ranked second in points with 19 and her eight assists tied for the third best mark on the squad. She was also second in plus/minus, third in shots (86) and The youthful UNH squad will be led by junior defenseman Kailey Chap- was the other UNH skater who netpell (Pickering, Ontario) as the cap- ted a shorthanded goal. tain. Classmate and fellow blueliner Katie Brock (Marblehead, Mass.) as The #3-point producing forward well as sophomore forward Nicole from last season is junior Kristine Gifford (Ennismore, Ontario) will Horn (Utica, Mich.), who ranked second in assists (10) and fourth serve as assistant captains. in goals (five) in addition to third in points (15). Horn ranked fourth forwards The top two point producers – and overall – and only behind Lavoie and top three scoring forwards overall O’Neill among returning players – in – return for another season with the shots with 62. ‘Cats. Kristina Lavoie (Fonthill, Ontario), who established herself as one Gifford is a shifty playmaker who of the team’s top scorers en route to tied with Horn for fourth on the team garnering Hockey East All-Rookie in goals (five). She also tallied two Team recognition in the 2009-10 assists for a total of seven points, season, led UNH in game-winning and Gifford ranked third on the team goals, assists (11) and points (20) in shooting percentage. Hannah a year ago. She ranked second in Armstrong (Newmarket, Ontario), both goals, with nine, and shots another sophomore, recorded three (95). Lavoie was third in plus/minus, goals and five assists for eight points fourth in shooting percentage and and she tied O’Neill for the lead in was one of two Wildcats to score a power-play goals (three). shorthanded goal. Emma Clark (East Barre, Vt.), a Arielle O’Neill (St. Catharines, On- speedy skater and tenacious foretario), a physical presence alongside checker, tallied a career-high six Lavoie on the front line, proved to be assists last season to account for all one of New Hampshire’s top point of her personal best of six points. New Hampshire has advanced to the NCAA tourney five of the last six years with trips to the Frozen Four in ‘06 and ‘08. The Wildcats finished first or second in the Hockey East standings each of the initial eight years of the league’s existence with a streak of six consecutive titles from 2004-09 (including one shared). The ‘Cats also won the league tourney four straight years (2005-09).

Season Outlook

introduction The University of New Hampshire women’s ice hockey team is one in transition. The Wildcats return just two seniors among 14 letterwinners, and nine newcomers join the fold for 10th-year head coach Brian McCloskey in the 2011-12 season.

Clark – one of the two aforementioned seniors on this year’s squad – was atop the team leaderboard in the plus/minus category. Paige Goloubef (Oakville, Ontario) battled through injuries last year as a sophomore and recorded one point (1a) in 21 games. Katie Kleinendorst (Vestal, N.Y.) incurred an injury prior to the start of the 2010-11 season and sat out with a redshirt year. She skated in 29 games as a freshman in 09-10. Four newcomers join the forward corps. Jenna Lascelle (Cornwall, Ontario) led Ontario Hockey Academy in scoring each of the last three years, and that included 87 points (34g, 53a) in 63 games in 2010-11. Heather Kashman (Edmonton, Alberta) comes from highly-successful Edmonton Thunder team that went undefeated through the regular season and captured the silver medal at last year’s national tournament; one

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wildcat HOCKEY year earlier, they were the bronze medalists. Kayla Mork (Victoria, Minn.) led Breck School to third place in Minnesota state tourney and garnered all-conference and Hobey Baker Award recognition. Casey Stathopoulos (Waltham, Mass.), a walk on, participated at the USA Hockey National Development Camp from 2007-09 and was named the Division 2 Player of the Year at Southfield School. defensemen UNH lost three defensemen to graduation following the conclusion of the 2010-11 season but a strong nucleus, led by junior captains Brock and Chappell, remains as a building block. Brock, one of eight ‘Cats who skated in all 32 games a year ago, ranked second among blue liners and was fifth overall in plus/minus. She recorded four points, all on assists. Chappell, who brings a physical presence to the defensive unit, also finished with four points (1g, 3a).

at USA Hockey National Development camps, captained the Ontario Hockey Academy team each of the past two years. Jess Ryan (Cloquet, Minn.) was a two-time Minnesota All-State Honorable Mention selection. Brynja Bogan (Germantown, Md.) led Northwest High School to the PVHA title and national champiMaggie Hunt (Naperville, Ill.) is onship tournament each of the past a young but experienced blueliner two seasons. who skated in 30 of 32 games as a rookie. Hunt ranked second among goaltending UNH defensemen – sixth overall – in The ‘Cats return half of their goalshots (52) and tallied two goals and tending platoon in senior Lindsey Minton (Richardson, Texas). In 18 two assists for four points. games (all starts) a year ago, MinBryanna Farris (Carleton Place, On- ton recorded personal single-season tario) is a junior who has skated as highs/bests in minutes (1073:20), both a forward and defenseman, but saves (412), save percentage (.926) a majority of her playing time has and shutouts (four). She finished been on the blue line. In 26 games with a GAA of 1.84, which is also a year ago, she had two points on her career number in that statistic. two assists. Minton recorded three consecutive A trio of defensemen joins the Wild- shutouts (Niagara University, twice, cats. Caroline Broderick (Marble- and Vermont), as part of an overall head, Mass.), who has competed shutout streak of 219 minutes, 43



seconds. She recorded a career-high 37 saves against nationally-ranked Boston College and also had a 30+ save effort (31) in a victory at Providence. Minton’s other season highlights included a 28-save shutout effort vs. intrastate rival Dartmouth College (1-0 win). The three other goaltenders on the 2011-12 have no collegiate experience. Jenn Gilligan (Maple Ridge, British Columbia) is expected to challenge Minton for playing time. Gilligan, who played scholastically at St. David’s Catholic Secondary School, was named MVP of the K-W Rangers last year and played in the gold medal game of the U.S./Canada Cup. Also on the depth chart is Moe Bradley (Swampscott, Mass.), who was coached by former UNH goaltending standout Erin Hamlen at the Boston Blades. Leslie Ann McGowan (Durham, N.H.) joined the squad as a walk on last October and served as the backup while Kayley Herman was sidelined by injury.

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play a two-game series against the University of Minnesota. The Wildcats return home at the end of November to play three games (against Maine, Princeton and Union) in a five-day span. UNH plays a home-and-home series vs. Northeastern and travels to Harvard before playing host to Dartmouth for its last non-conference game of the regular season before breaking for exams and the holidays in mid-December.

schedule New Hampshire, which missed postseason play in 2011 – for the first time in program history – due to a sixth-place tiebreaker in the Hockey East standings, looks to build its way towards the playoffs beginning with a two-game series at Niagara University (Sept. 30 & Oct. 1).

Syracuse) and conclude it with their Hockey East opener against Boston College.

New Hampshire opens the 2012 calendar year Jan. 10 at Boston College. The ‘Cats play seven of their last 12 games at the Whittemore Center, as UConn comes to Durham for a twogame set (Jan. 13-14) and Boston U. travels for games Jan. 19 and Feb. 4. UNH also plays host to Vermont (Jan. 28) and has two home games against Providence (Feb. 11-12) before closing the regular season at Maine (Feb. 18-19).

UNH plays eight of its next nine games on the road with two trips to Boston (Boston College and Boston University), a trek to northern New York (St. Lawrence and Clarkson), a trip to intrastate rival Dartmouth The Wildcats then open a three-game College and another to archrival The 10th Annual Hockey East tourhomestand against a pair of teams Providence College, as well as a ney begins one week later. from the Empire State (Colgate and flight to the Land of 1,000 Lakes to

2011-12 UNH WILDCATS CAPSULE forwards

Returning: 8 Lost: 3 Newcomers: 4 RETURNING

Player GP Kristina Lavoie 32 Arielle O’Neill 31 Kristine Horn 32 Hannah Armstrong 29 Nicole Gifford 31 Emma Clark 30 Paige Goloubef 21 Katie Kleinendorst – TOTAL

LOST

Player GP Julie Allen 32 Sarah Cuthbert 32 Molly Morrison 27 Brittany Skudder 29 TOTAL

G 9 11 5 3 5 0 0

A 11 8 10 5 2 6 1

P 20 19 15 8 7 6 1

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G 4 2 1 1 8

A 6 1 2 2 11

P 10 3 3 3 19

DEFENSEMEN

Returning: 4 Lost: 3 Newcomers: 3 RETURNING

Player GP Maggie Hunt 30 Kailey Chappell 30 Katie Brock 32 Bryanna Farris 26 TOTAL

LOST

Player GP Courtney Birchard 27 Raylen Dziengelewski 32 Courtney Sheary 32 TOTAL

G 2 1 0 0 3

A 2 3 4 2 11

P 4 4 4 2 14

G 8 0 1 9

A 7 4 8 19

P 15 4 9 28

GOALTENDERs

Returning: 2 Lost: 1 Newcomers: 2 RETURNING

Player Min GAA Sv% ShO Rec Lindsey Minton 1073:20 1.84 .926 4 8-10-0 L. McGowan ––

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Player Kayley Herman

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Min GAA Sv% ShO Rec 840:20 2.14 .928 2 6-6-2



Hockey Staff

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Head coach Brian McCloskey 9 Associate head coach Jamie Wood 10 Assistant coach Stephanie Jones 11 Strength and conditioning staff 12 Physicians 13 Hockey support staff 14



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wildcat HOCKEY HEAD COACH 10th Season

Dartmouth College ‘77 Overall record: 222-66-31 (.745 win%) Hockey East record: 136-29-16-1 (.794)

OFF THE ICE

• A native of Vancouver, British Columbia • Married to Karen Roelke • Father of one daughter – Anna (age eight)

ON THE ICE

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Skated on four consecutive BC provincial championship teams Rookie of the Year in the British Columbia Junior Hockey League in 1972 Captain and leading scorer of the 1973 Dartmouth freshman team Co-captain of Dartmouth varsity team in 1977 Tallied 92 points as a three-year varsity letterwinner at Dartmouth College

ON THE BENCH

• Guided UNH to five consecutive NCAA tournament appearances (2006-10), including home quarterfinal games from 2006-09 • Led the Wildcats to the Frozen Four in 2006 and 2008 • Hockey East regular-season champions in ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 • Hockey East Tournament champions in ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 • School-record 33 wins in 2006 and 2008 • 28 wins in 2007 ranks fourth on program’s single-season list • 27 wins in 2003 ranks fifth on program’s single-season list • UNH was ranked No. 1 in the nation for eight weeks in the 2008 season • In 2008, UNH ended the year #1 in the nation in penalty kill, #2 in offense, #2 in defense and #2 in power play • The 2008 Wildcats broke six Hockey East team records and tied two others en route to the league’s first undefeated season • UNH was ranked No. 1 nine consecutive weeks in 2006 • Ranked No. 1 during the 2007 season (ended at No. 4) • The 2006 team broke seven team and three individual UNH records as well as four team and one individual NCAA records, and 14 team and five individual Hockey East records • UNH’s first perfect season at the Whittemore Center in 2006 (17-0-0) • 20+ wins each of his first seven seasons • Named third head coach in UNH history on May 28, 2002 • Prior to being named women’s hockey head coach, McCloskey served as the UNH men’s hockey associate head coach for a total of nine seasons (1993-97 and 1999-2002); was associate coach at his alma mater (Dartmouth) in 1998 • Began his collegiate coaching career at Princeton University as an assistant in the 1980-81 seasons

Accolades

• Two-time national Coach of the Year runner-up (2003, 2006) • Three-time New England Hockey Writers Association Coach of the Year (2003, 2006, 2009) • Four-time Hockey East Coach of the Year (2003, 2005, 2006, 2009)

McCloskey COACHING FILE UNH WOMEN’S HOCKEY HEAD COACH 2003-11 9 YRS 222-66-31

Year Record HE Record Place Postseason 2011 14-16-2 7-13-1 6th (tie) –– 2010 19-9-5 13-6-2-0 2nd NCAA Quarterfinal 2009 24-6-5 16-2-3-1 1st NCAA Quarterfinal 2008 33-4-1 20-0-1 1st NCAA Frozen Four 2007 28-4-5 18-1-2 1st NCAA Quarterfinal 2006 33-3-1 19-1-1 1st NCAA Frozen Four 2005 21-8-6 13-3-4 1st (tie) HE semifinal 2004 23-9-4 17-1-2 1st HE title game 2003 27-7-2 13-2-0 2nd HE title game in ‘09 & ‘10, HE implemented shootout wins and losses [no ties]

Coaching Staff

BRIAN McCLOSKEY

UNH MEN’S HOCKEY ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH 1999-2002 4 YRS 105-35-18 DARTMOUTH MEN’S HOCKEY ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH 1998 1 YR 11-13-5 UNH MEN’S HOCKEY ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH 1993-97 5 YRS 105-68-14 BROWN MEN’S HOCKEY ASSISTANT COACH 1990-92 3 YRS 30-46-10 PRINCETON MEN’S HOCKEY ASSISTANT COACH 1980-81 2 YRS 23-28-0 • Martine Garland was a Top 10 Finalist for the Patty Kaz in 2007 and 2008 • Jenn Wakefield was a Top 10 Finalist for the Patty Kaz in 2009 • Sam Faber was also a Top 10 Finalist for the Patty Kaz in 2008 • Nicole Hekle was a Top 10 Finalist for the Patty Kaz in 2006 • UNH has swept Hockey East’s “Big Three” awards (Player, Rookie and Coach of the Year) twice – 2003 and 2006 • A Wildcat was named Hockey East Player of the Year each of the league’s first four years of existence • A UNH player has been named Hockey East Rookie of the Year three times (Lindsay Hansen ‘03; Sam Faber ‘06; Jenn Wakefield ‘08) • A Wildcat was the Hockey East Goaltending Champion each of the first six years • A UNH player was the Hockey East Scoring Champion three consecutive seasons (2004, 2005, 2006) and four times overall (2008) • Kacey Bellamy (‘09) won a silver medal as a member of the U.S. Olympic Team at the 2010 Olympics • Two UNH Wildcats skated on the 2007-08 U.S. Women’s National Team that won gold at the ‘08 IIHF World Championship • One Wildcat skated on the 2007-08 Great Britain Women’s National Team that won gold at the ‘08 IIHF World Championship • Three UNH athletes on the 2008 roster also skated for a national select team, and six competed on an Under-22 team

MILESTONES

• First career victory: Oct. 11, 2002; a 4-0 win vs. Vermont at the Whittemore Center • 100th career victory: Feb. 25, 2006 in UNH’s 5-0 win vs. Vermont at the Whittemore Center to clinch the Hockey East regular-season title • 200th career victory: Dec. 8, 2009 at Boston College (4-0 win)

PLAYER RECOGNITION

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UNH has had eight All-America selections during his nine-year tenure; Kelly Paton was a First Team selection and Courtney Birchard was named to the Second Team in 2010; in 2006, Martine Garland and Sadie Wright-Ward were named to the First Team while Jennifer Hitchcock was a Second Team selection Kelly Paton was a Top 3 Finalist for the ‘10 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award

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Jamie Wood

Associate HEAD COACH Second Season

Middlebury ‘94

Wood COACHING FILE UNH WOMEN’S HOCKEY ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH 2011 1 YR 14-16-2 Year 2011

• Jamie Wood is a native of Miramichi, New Brunswick • He is married to Carie and has three children – Matthew, Maggie and Celia • 1994 graduate of Middlebury College with a B.A. in both Education and Political Science • Received a law degree from the University of New Brunswick in 1999

HE Record 7-13-1

Place Postseason 6th (tie) ––

MINNESOTA WOMEN’S HOCKEY COACH 2009-10 2 YRS 58-14-8 Year 2010 2009

OFF THE ICE

Record 14-16-2

Record 26-9-5 32-5-3

WCHA Record Place Postseason 18-6-4 1st Frozen Four 23-2-3 1st Frozen Four

Elmira WOMEN’S HOCKEY Head COACH 2002-03 2 YRS 49-5-3

ON THE ICE: COLLEGE

• Four-year letterwinner at Middlebury College • Recorded 74 career points • Led the Panthers to the 1990 ECAC championship • Captained the team as a senior, when he was named MVP • Awarded the Buff Bermas Award in recognition of team spirit,. dedication and community service

ON THE BENCH

• Joined the UNH coaching staff as an associate head coach in June 2010 • Served as assistant coach at the University of Minnesota for the 2009 and 2010 seasons • In those two years, UM had a 58-14-8 overall record, including 41-8-7 in the WCHA • UM finished in first place in the WCHA standings both years • UM advanced to the Frozen Four both years • Head coach at Elmira College for two seasons (‘02 and ‘03) with a 49-5-3 overall record that included a 51-game unbeaten streak vs. Div. III teams • Led the Soaring Eagles to the ECAC West title and a national championship both years • Director of Operations at Maritime Hockey Academy, 2007-08 • Director of Operations at the Warner Hockey School, 2003-07 • Coached at the University of New Brunswick, 1999-2000

ACCOLADES

• AHCA Division III National Coach of the Year in 2002 • AHCA Division III National Coach of the Year finalist in 2003 • ECAC Coach of the Year, 2002 and 2003

PLAYER RECOGNITION

• In two years at Elmira, three players received a total of five All-America awards

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wildcat HOCKEY Assistant COACH Sixth Season

New hampshire ‘05

OFF THE ICE

• A native of Kimberley, British Columbia

ON THE ICE: HOCKEY CANADA

• Member of the Canada National Women Under-22 Team that competed at the European Air Canada Cup in January 2004 • Participated at the 2003 Hockey Canada U-22 National Development Camp

ON THE ICE: COLLEGE

• Four-year varsity letterwinner at New Hampshire from 2001-05 • Played in 142 career games, which is four less than the school record • Averaged 1.00 points per game in her career with 142 points; that total ranks 17th on the program’s all-time leaderboard • Scored 78 career goals to rank No. 11 on UNH’s all-time list • Led the Wildcats in goals three of the four seasons she played with 17 as a rookie in 2002, 22 as a sophomore in 2003 and 24 as a senior in 2005 • Led the team in points as a sophomore with 37 • Recorded a personal-best 42 points as a senior • Ranked No. 20 in the nation in goals per game as a senior, as well as No. 16 in game-winning goals • Served as team captain – and was the only senior – in 2005

Jones COACHING FILE UNH WOMEN’S HOCKEY ASSISTANT COACH 2007-11 5 YRS 118-39-18

Year Record HE Record Place Postseason 2011 14-16-2 7-13-1 6th (tie) –– 2010 19-9-5 13-6-2-0 2nd NCAA Quarterfinal 2009 24-6-5 16-2-3-1 1st NCAA Quarterfinal 2008 33-4-1 20-0-1 1st NCAA Frozen Four 2007 28-4-5 18-1-2 1st NCAA Quarterfinal in ‘09 & ‘10, HE implemented shootout wins and losses [no ties]

COLGATE WOMEN’S HOCKEY ASSISTANT COACH 2006 1 YR 12-15-7 Year 2006

Record 12-15-7

Coaching Staff

STEPHANIE JONES

ECAC Record Place Postseason 9-8-3 6th ECAC quarterfinal

ACCOLADES

• Hockey East Player of the Year (2005) • New England All-Star Team (2005) • Hockey East First Team All-Star (2003 and 2005) • ECAC Eastern League All-Rookie Team (2002) • UNH women’s hockey Karyn Bye Award – MVP (2005) ��� UNH women’s hockey Fan Favorite Award (2005)

PLAYER RECOGNITION

• Under Jones’ guidance, a Colgate forward broke the program’s rookie points record and garnered ECAC All-Rookie Team honors in 2006

on the bench

• Helped guide UNH to four NCAA Tournament appearances from 2007-10 • Hockey East regular-season champions in ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 • Hockey East Tournament champions in ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 • 33 wins in 2008 tied the program’s single-season record • 28 wins in 2007 ranks fourth on program’s single-season list • UNH was ranked No. 1 in the nation for eight weeks in the 2008 season • In 2008, UNH ended the year #1 in the nation in penalty kill, #2 in offense, #2 in defense and #2 in power play • The 2008 Wildcats broke six Hockey East team records and tied two others en route to the league’s first undefeated season • Ranked No. 1 in the nation during the 2007 season (ended at No. 4) • Began her coaching career as an assistant coach at Colgate University in the 2005-06 season • At Colgate, her responsibilities included assisting in all recruiting (U.S. and Canada); on and off ice coaching with emphasis on forwards and special teams; academic advising; managing players’ well-being; and creating and directing the off-ice conditioning program • Helped lead the Raiders to wins against nationally-ranked St. Lawrence and Clarkson as well as consecutive ties vs. nationally ranked Mercyhurst

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Strength & Conditioning

wildcat HOCKEY

Paul chapman

John Ciani

10th Season

10th Season

Dickinson state ‘90

Long Beach State ‘00

Director of Strength and Conditioning

Paul Chapman enters his 10th year as the director of strength and conditioning at the University of New Hampshire. During his tenure at UNH, Chapman helped coordinate the building and subsequent expansion of the state-of-the-art Jerry Azumah Performance Center, and his efforts have been key in guiding UNH studentathletes to NCAA appearances in both women’s and men’s ice hockey, football, gymnastics, women’s volleyball, women’s lacrosse, skiing and track and field. Chapman had been the director of strength and conditioning for the University of North Dakota from 1992-2001 and served there on an interim basis during the 1991-92 season. During his stint with the Fighting Sioux, he worked with head coaches to tailor sports specific strength and conditioning programs for 18 intercollegiate sports. He also oversaw and administered four weight training facilities and supervised a staff on 10 assistants. His efforts were an integral part of a winning tradition at UND, as the football team was the Division II national champions in 2001, the men’s ice hockey team won a Division I national title in 2000 and 1997 and the women’s basketball team was the Division II national champion in 1997, 1998 and 1999. Chapman is a member of the Collegiate Strength an Conditioning Coaches Association (strength and conditioning coach certified), USA Weightlifting (certified level 1 coach), the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and he was the state director of the National Strength and Conditioning Association in North Dakota from 1991-95. He has also authored four publications related to strength and conditioning and has trained and consulted several NFL, CFL and NHL athletes, and prospective athletes preparing for all-star games, bowl games and pre-draft testing. Chapman is a 1990 graduate of Dickinson State University in North Dakota with a B.S. degree in Biology. He then went on to earn at M.S. in Exercise Science from North Dakota in 1994. An outstanding college athlete, Chapman was inducted into the Dickinson State Athletic Hall of Fame for his efforts on the football field. He was a two-time All-America First Team selection as well as an All-America Second Team honoree in his four-year playing career. Upon graduation, he was a fourth-round draft choice of the Saskatchewan Rough Riders in the Canadian Football League. Chapman, 43, and his wife Kimberly have two children, Tyler and Brittani.

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Associate Director of Strength and Conditioning

John Ciani is entering his 10th year directing the strength and conditioning program for the UNH women’s ice hockey program. After four years as an assistant coach in the University’s strength and conditioning office, Ciani was promoted to the position of Associate Director of Strength and Conditioning in 2006. Ciani’s efforts have been key in guiding UNH student-athletes to NCAA appearances in both men’s and women’s ice hockey, football, gymnastics, women’s volleyball, women’s lacrosse, skiing and track and field. Coach Ciani is very passionate about his commitment to strength and conditioning. He has taken his wide range of experiences to come up with very distinct hockey-specific training philosophies. In conjunction with the coaching staff, Ciani develops individualized training programs depending on the athlete’s initial evaluation, experience level and current athletic ability. Under Ciani’s program, improvement is not based on how much weight is on the bar or how high an athlete can jump, but rather the health of the player and her performance on the ice. The women’s ice hockey strength and conditioning program created by Ciani utilizes all facets of training, from basic strength training and Olympic Weightlifting to simple conditioning and hockey-specific conditioning that enhances the athlete’s abilities during competition. No single training style dominates the program; Ciani uses a combination of all training techniques for the total development of the student-athlete. Ciani, a native of the San Diego, Calif. area, came to UNH after a stint as assistant strength coach at the University of North Dakota. During his tenure at UND, Ciani worked primarily with the 2001 Division II national championship football team, women’s volleyball and men’s basketball teams. In 2000, John began his career in strength and conditioning at Long Beach State as a graduate assistant working with the perennial national power women’s volleyball team, where he trained many All-American and national team level volleyball players, including Misty May. Ciani received a B.A. degree in Psychology from Long Beach State and worked on his Master’s Degree in Exercise Science at the University of North Dakota.

The two basic goals of the Strength and Conditioning department are injury prevention and performance enhancement for the 20 varsity sports sponsored by the University of new Hampshire. The first goal, injury prevention, revolves around reducing the likelihood of the student-athlete getting injured during games or practice by training the student-athlete as a unit and pinpointing weaknesses in the player that need to be strengthened. The second goal, performance enhancement, centers on making the student-athlete a better student-athlete. This is done by educating student-athletes on a wide range of training from Olympic-style weightlifting to teaching the student-athlete how to move more efficiently while running or during an agility drill. The Strength and Conditioning program plays a vital role in the success of UNH hockey. The student-athletes train year-round to perform at their highest level throughout the season. The UNH women’s ice hockey strength and conditioning program is a comprehensive training program that involves Olympic-style weightlifting, traditional strength training, plyometrics, agility/quickness training and sport-specific conditioning.

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2010-11 Official Team Physicians

physicians

The physicians at Seacoast Orthopedics & Sports Medicine are the Official Team Physicians of the UNH Wildcats and are board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery or the American Board of Family Practice. Our highly subspecialized orthopedic physicians treat all musculoskeletal conditions.

Charles M Blitzer, MD •Trauma & Fracture Surgery •Arthroscopic Surgery •Shoulder Surgery Medical Degree: Boston University accelerated combined AB/MD program Internship in General Surgery: Bay State Medical Center, an affiliate of Tufts University Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Vermont R id Residency i Pediatric in P di t i Orthopedics: O th di Montreal M t l Children’s Child ’ Hospital/McGill University Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Memberships: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons’ Board of Councilors; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow ; American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; Orthopaedic Trauma Association ; Arthroscopy Association of North America; New Hampshire Medical Society, Past President; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society

Peter D Buckley, MD •Sports Medicine •Arthroscopic Surgery •Shoulder & Knee Surgery Medical Degree: University of Vermont College of Medicine Internship in General Surgery: Brown University/ Rhode Island Hospital, Providence Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Florida/Shands Hospital, Gainesville Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine Fellowship: University of Oklahoma Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate Memberships: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; Arthroscopy Association of North America; American College of Sports Medicine; New Hampshire Medical Society; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society

Mark J Geppert, Geppert, MD •Foot & Ankle Surgery •Sports Medicine •Hand Surgery •General General Orthopedics Medical Degree: New York University School of Medicine Internship in General Surgery & Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Medicine and Dentistry of New JerseyRobert Wood Johnson Medical School (formerly Rutgers) Foot & Ankle Fellowship: Hospital for Special Surgery, New York City Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Memberships: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society; New Hampshire Medical Society

Moby Parsons, MD •Arthroscopic & Reconstructive Surgery •Joint Replacement Surgery •Shoulder & Elbow Surgery Medical Degree: Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York Internship in General Surgery: University of Pittsburgh Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Pittsburgh Sh ld & Elb ll hi University U i it off W hi t Shoulder Elbow F Fellowship: Washington, Seattle; University of Sydney, Aus. Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow Memberships: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Association of Hip & Knee Surgeons; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society

Fred H Brennan Jr, DO •Sports Medicine •Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine •Post-Concussion Management Medical Degree: University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine Residency in Family Medicine: Albany Medical Center, New York Sports Medicine Fellowship: Northwest Ohio Center for S t M Sports Medicine/University di i /U i it off T Toledo l d Certifications: American Board of Family Medicine; Certificate of Added Qualifications in sports medicine Memberships: American Osteopathic Academy of Sports Medicine, Fellow; American Academy of Family Medicine, Fellow; American College of Sports Medicine, Fellow; New Hampshire Medical Society

Peter J Dirksmeier Dirksmeier,, MD •Spine Surgery •Hip Surgery Medical Degree: University of Southern California, Los Angeles Internship in General Surgery: University of Pittsburgh Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Pittsburgh Spinal Surgery Fellowship: University of Pittsburgh Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Memberships: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Diplomate; Seacoast Spine Study Group; New Surgery, England Spine Study Group; North American Spine Society; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society; New Hampshire Medical Society

Robert H Harrington, MD •Sports Medicine •Joint Replacement Surgery •Arthroscopic Surgery M di l D Medical Degree: University U i it off V Vermontt S School h l off Medicine Internship in General Surgery: Naval Hospital, San Diego Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Memberships: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society; New Hampshire Medical Society

David C Thut Thut,, MD •Sports Medicine •Arthroscopic Surgery •Joint Replacement •Shoulder & Knee Medical Degree: University of Pennsylvania Internship in General Surgery:: University of Rochester Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Rochester Sports Medicine Fellowship: New York University Hospital for Joint Disease Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery; Subspecialty in Sports Medicine, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Memberships: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Orthopaedic Society for Sports New Hampshire OrthopaedicBoard Society; areMedicine; board certified by the American of New Hampshire Medical Society

2010-11 Official Team Physicians

The physicians at Seacoast Orthopedics & Sports Medicine are the Official Team Physicians of the UNH Wildcats and Orthopaedic Surgery or the American Board of Family Practice. Our highly subspecialized orthopedic physicians treat all musculoskeletal conditions.

Robert P Waugh, MD •Hand Surgery •Wrist Surgery •Microsurgery Medical Degree: ` University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester Internship in General Surgery: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Maryland H dS Hand Surgery F Fellowship: ll hi Children’s Child ’ Hospital H it l Boston; B t B Beth th Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Memberships: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

Gavin R Webb, MD •Sports Medicine •Arthroscopic Surgery •Shoulder & Knee Surgery •Cartilage Restoration Medical Degree: University of Vermont School of Medicine Internship in General Surgery: Maine Medical Center, Portland Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: State University of New York at Buffalo Sports Medicine Fellowship: New England Baptist Hospital, Boston Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery ; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow Memberships: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; Arthroscopy Association of North America; American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine; NH Orthopaedic Society; NH Medical Society

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Hockey Staff

wildcat HOCKEY Sports Medicine Renee Kleszczynski Head trainer Women’s Ice Hockey The Sports Medicine Department at the University of New Hampshire consists of eight full- and part-time certified and licensed athletic trainers. In addition to director Jon Dana, the full-time employees are Glenn Riefenstahl, Cindy Michaud, Renee Kleszczynski, Barbara Hemphill and Dan Sedory, who serves primarily as the Coordinator for the CAAHEP approved Athletic Training Curriculum. The primary staff also includes Meg Lesnikoski. The department works out of two locations: the Field House and the Whittemore Center. Both athletic training rooms utilize currently available modalities including muscle stimulators, ultrasound, heat, cryotherapy and hydrotherapy. Renee Kleszczynski, a 1994 graduate of Winona State (Minn.) who went on to attain a Master of Arts in Physical Training from Western Michigan in ‘96, enters her sixth season as the head trainer of the women’s ice hockey team. Kleszczynski is a certified member of both the NATA and the College Athletic Trainer’s Society. She is assisted by student trainers XXXXXX. The Certified Athletic Trainer provides a myriad of services to the department and the student-athlete. These include, but are not limited to, initial injury assessment and management, emergency injury/illness management, referral to appropriate professionals, interface with associated physicians and others, rehabilitation, counseling, administrative duties including insurance coordination, supervision of practices and games, development and implementation of emergency plans, as well as student athletic supervision. The athletic training room is considered to be “a designated facility where comprehensive health care services are provided. Comprehensive health care services included practice and game preparation, injury/illness evaluation, first aid and emergency care, follow-up care, rehabilitation and related services.” (National Athletic Trainer’s Association Education council)

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Academic Center Cathy Leach Assistant Academic Services Athletic excellence is one-half the formula for success in the collegiate experience for University of New Hampshire women’s ice hockey players. The primary measure of achievement is the student-athlete’s success in the classroom. Last year, the women’s ice hockey team placed seven student-athletes on the Women’s Hockey East Academic Honor Roll; in 2006, the league’s Top Scholar-Athlete recipient was UNH’s Amy McLaughlin. New Hampshire also boasts one of the top graduation rates in the country for its student-athletes. Serving as Assistant Athletic Director for Academic Services since 1994 is Joanne Maldari, a 1990 graduate of Holy Cross who went on the earn her master’s degree in Athletic Counseling at Springfield College. She was recognized for her outstanding efforts at UNH by receiving the University’s 2001 Academic Advising Award. Before coming to Durham, Maldari served athletic counseling internships at Springfield and Central Connecticut State University. Cathy Leach assists Maldari and enters her 11th year of working directly with women’s hockey student-athletes. Leach was the University’s Women’s Sports Information Director from 1985-88 and served as interim Women’s Athletic Director in the 1989-90 season before working in admissions from 1990-2001. UNH is dedicated to enhancing the studentathlete’s ability to achieve academic excellence. Realizing the time commitment the players give to the school, the University administers a comprehensive program of academic support services that is available to Wildcat women’s ice hockey players and all other student-athletes. This program includes the monitoring of academic progress and providing tutorial services, as well as interacting with the academic advisors within the various colleges. In the summer of 2004, the University remodeled the Academic Center that is located in the Field House for use by Wildcat student-athletes.

MEDIA RELATIONS Douglas Poole Associate Director Athletic Media & Public Relations The Athletic Media & Public Relations department at UNH consists of six sports information professionals and work-study students. The Assistant Athletic Director for Athletic Media Relations is Tom Wilkins, who joined the Wildcat program in the fall of 2007. Douglas Poole (UNH ‘93) enters his eightth season as the office’s Associate Director. He will serve as the women’s hockey contact for the 12th consecutive season and 13th time in 15 years at the University. The primary responsibility of the Athletic Media & Public Relations department is to promote the 20 varsity sports at UNH. Included in this responsibility is the coordination of relations with media members, the promotion of student-athletes for academic and athletic achievement awards, the production of media guides and programs, web site maintenance (including video content) and the upkeeping of team and individual statistics.

Abby Welch Administrative Assistant Women’s Ice Hockey First Season Colin Shank Director of Hockey Operations Fifth Season Nate Downer Team Manager Women’s Ice Hockey First Season

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Seniors Juniors Sophomores Newcomers

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Player Bios

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Emma Clark

2010-11 highlights • Skated in 31 of 32 games • Recorded six points, all on assists • Team-high plus/minus rating of +6 • Tallied her first point as a UNH Wildcat with an assist at Union (Oct. 16) • Recorded an assist in consecutive games twice (Jan. 15-22 at Northeastern and at Providence; Feb. 3-5 vs. Boston U.) • Skated in all 21 Hockey East league games • Recorded five assists and +6 plus/minus rating in league play

Senior 5-1 Forward East Barre, Vermont

20 Goals Assists Points

1 (three times) most recent – 01/21/09 vs. Clarkson 1 (six times) most recent – 02/05/11 vs. Boston U. 1 (several times) most recent – 02/05/11 vs. Boston U.

Goals Assists Points

3 (2009) 6 (2011) 6 (2011)

Season

Before UNH • 2009 letterwinner as a freshman at St. Lawrence University • Recorded 3-0-3 (with one PPG) in 32 games Milestones • Recorded her first career point Oct. 18, 2008 with a goal at UNH • Recorded her first point as a Wildcat on Oct. 16, 2010 with an assist at Union

career highs Single Game

2009-10 highlights • Skated in 27 of 31 regular-season games and both postseason games • Made her UNH Wildcat debut in the Oct. 3 season opener vs. UConn • Recorded one shot in the Hockey East semifinal vs. Boston U. and in the NCAA quarterfinal game at Minn-Duluth (five shots total on the season) • Recorded a +1 rating in a 25-game span from Oct. 17 to March 6 and did not have a negative plus/minus rating in that span

The unh difference

I came to UNH because it has a great campus with a positive environment.

Scholastic highlights • 2008 graduate of Culver Academy, where she also lettered in soccer and softball • 2008 team captain and MVP • Team’s top scorer as a freshman in ‘05 • All-State Team in ‘05 • Top-three scorer at Culver in ‘06 ‘07 and ‘08 • Also skated for the Barracudas U-19 Team • In soccer, All-State First Team in ‘05; captain in ‘07 • In softball, North Atlantic All-Star Team in ‘05; captain in ‘08 National team experience • USA Hockey National Development Camp Personal notes • Daughter of Lyndon and Alicia Clark • Born July 31, 1990 in Berlin, Vt. • Major is family studies

career statistics

OVERALL [2008-09 at St. Lawrence] YEAR GP G A 2008-09 32 3 0 2009-10 29 0 0 2010-11 31 0 6 TOTAL 92 3 6

Pts PPG GWG 3 1 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 9 1 0

YEAR GP G A 2008-09 20 2 0 2009-10 19 0 0 2010-11 21 0 5 TOTAL 60 2 5

Pts PPG GWG PIM 2 1 0 2-4 0 0 0 0-0 5 0 0 0-0 7 1 0 2-4

league [2008-09 in ECAC]

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PIM 3-6 0-0 1-2 4-8

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2010-11 highlights • Played in 18 of 32 games (all starts) • Had an 8-10-0 record with a 1.84 GAA, .926 save percentage and four shutouts • The 1073 minutes, 20 seconds played was a personal single-season high • The .926 save percentage also marked a personal single-season best effort • In 10 Hockey East league games, when 2-8-0 with a 2.44 GAA, .904 save percentage and one shutout • Started nine consecutive games spanning Oct. 16 to Nov. 14 • Recorded three consecutive shutouts (vs. Niagara - twice - and Vermont) as part of an overall shutout streak of 219 minutes, 43 seconds • Career-high 37 saves Nov. 28 vs. Boston College (3-1 loss) • One other 30+ save effort – 31 at Providence, Jan. 15 (2-1 win) • 28-save shutout effort vs. intrastate rival Dartmouth on Dec. 11 • Tallied her first career point with an assist at Union (Oct. 16) 2009-10 highlights • Played in 19 games (all starts), including the Hockey East semifinal vs. Boston U. • Started the last five games of the regular season and the league semifinal • Went 11-5-2 with a 1.91 GAA, .908 save percentage and two shutouts • In 13 Hockey East league games, went 9-3-0 with a 1.17 GAA, .919 save percentage and one shutout • 3-1-0 vs. nationally-ranked teams with a 2.71 GAA and .882 save percentage • In the last five games of the regular season, went 4-1-0 with a 1.21 GAA and .950 save percentage • In the last 10 regular-season games (seven games played), 5-2-0, 1.30 GAA, .942 save percentage • Shut out Colgate (Oct. 9; 10 saves) and Vermont (Feb. 14; 24 saves) • Season-high 31 saves vs. Boston College (Feb. 20) 2008-09 highlights • Played in 12 games (10 starts), including a start in the Hockey East championship game • Stopped 20 of 21 shots she faced, including all 11 in the second period, in the title game vs. Boston College (2-1 win) • Compiled a 10-0-0 record with a 1.72 GAA, .916 save percentage and one shutout • Went 8-0-0 in nine Hockey East league games with a 1.56 GAA and .917 save pct • 9-0-0 with a 1.77 GAA and .915 save percentage during the 15-game winning streak • 4-0-0 with a 1.96 GAA and .919 save percentage in four games against nationally-ranked teams • 4-0-0 with a 1.23 GAA and .939 save percentage in five home games • Season-high 33 saves, including 17 in the third period and three in OT, Feb. 17 at Harvard • 22 saves in her first career start Dec. 9 vs. Northeastern to earn her first win via shutout

Lindsey Minton

Senior goaltender richardson, Texas

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Player Bios

Collegiate Accolades • Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week (11.23.09 // 11.01.10 // 12.13.10) • Hockey East Rookie of the Week, twice (12.15 // 2.16) • UNH Rookie of the Year (2009)

career highs Saves Period Game Season

Misc

20 (11/28/10 vs. Boston College; 3rd) 37 (11/28/10 vs. Boston College; 3-1 L) 412 (2011)

Wins/season GAA/season Save % /season Shutouts/season

11 (2010) 1.72 (2009) .926 (2011) 4 (2011)

The unh difference I chose UNH because of the beautiful campus and warm atmosphere.

Milestones • Recorded her first career win – and shutout – Dec. 9, 2008 at Northeastern by stopping all 22 shots she faced in her first career start Scholastic highlights • 2008 graduate of Episcopal School of Dallas, where she lettered in field hockey and lacrosse • U.S. National Development Camp participant from 2004-07 • U.S. National bronze medal with the Colorado Select U-19 AAA team in ‘06 and ‘08 • U.S. National bronze medal U-16 AAA team in 2005 • Recorded a 1.29 GAA and .914 save percentage • Led the Colorado Select Girls AAA Tier 1 Team to a Midwest Elite Hockey League second-place finish from 2005-07 Personal notes • Daughter of Rex and Leslie Minton • Born Sept. 29, 1989 in Dallas, Texas • Major is business

career statistics OVERALL

YEAR GP Rec Min GA GAA Sv Sv% ShO 2008-09 12 10-0-0 627:31 18 1.72 197 .916 1 2009-10 19 11-5-2 1066:44 34 1.91 337 .908 2 2010-11 18 8-10-0 1073:20 33 1.84 412 .926 4 TOTAL 49 29-15-2 2767:34 85 1.84 946 .918 7

HOCKEY EAST

YEAR GP Rec Min GA GAA Sv Sv% ShO 2008-09 9 8-0-0 499:28 13 1.56 143 .917 1 2009-10 13 9-3-0 736:45 21 1.71 238 .919 1 2010-11 10 2-8-0 589:27 24 2.44 227 .904 1 TOTAL 32 19-11-0 1825:40 58 1.91 608 .913 3

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Player Bios

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Katie Brock

Collegiate Accolades • Hockey East Top Scholar-Athlete (2010) • Hockey East All-Academic Team (2010; 2011)

Junior 5-4 Defense Marblehead, Massachusetts

2010-11 highlights • Skated in all 32 games • Recorded four points, all on assists • Tallied an assist on three game-winning goals • Tied for fifth on the team in plus/minus (+2); that number ranked second among UNH defensemen • Recorded an assist in three consecutive games (Oct. 22 vs. Clarkson; Oct. 23 vs. St. Lawrence; Oct. 29 vs. Niagara) • Also had an assist in the win at nationally-ranked Northeastern (Jan. 22)

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2009-10 highlights • Played in 25 of 33 games, including both postseason games • Recorded four points, all on assists • Tallied an assist in the NCAA quarterfinal game at Minn-Duluth • Ranked fifth on the team – second among defensemen – in plus/minus at +5 • 0-3-3 in 19 Hockey East league games • Recorded career highs in both assists (two) and points (two) at Boston College on Dec. 8; tallied one of those assists on the game-winning goal • Also recorded an assist Jan. 30 at Maine

assistant captain career highs Single Game Goals Assists Points

0 2 (12/8/09 at Boston College) 2 (12/8/09 at Boston College)

Goals Assists Points

0 4 (2010; 2011) 4 (2010; 2011)

Season

The unh difference I chose UNH because of the great opportunities in both academics and athletics.

Milestones • Recorded her first career point Dec. 8, 2009 with an assist at Boston College Scholastic highlights • 2009 graduate of St. Paul’s School, where she also lettered in field hockey, lacrosse, cross country and track & field • All-ISL selection three consecutive years (2007-09) • Captained the St. Paul’s hockey team in the 2008 and 2009 seasons • Also played in the Assabet Valley program and competed in the U.S. National Championships in 2004 and 2005-08 National team experience • 2009 U.S. Under-18 Women’s National Team • USA Hockey Select Player Development Camp (2006-09) Personal notes • Daughter of Bruce and Karen Brock • Born October 30, 1991 in Tokyo, Japan • Major is

career statistics OVERALL

YEAR GP G A 2008-09 2009-10 25 0 4 2010-11 32 0 4 TOTAL 57 0 8

Pts

YEAR GP G A 2008-09 2009-10 19 0 3 2010-11 21 0 1 TOTAL 40 0 4

Pts

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18

4 4 8

3 1 4

PPG GWG 0 0 0

0 5-10 0 7-14 0 12-24

PPG GWG 0 0 0

PIM

PIM

0 4-8 0 2-4 0 6-12

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Junior 5-9 Defense Pickering, Ontario

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2009-10 highlights • Played in all 33 games, including both postseason games • Recorded one goal and three assists for four points • All three assists were in Hockey East league play (21 games) • Scored a goal vs. Colgate (Oct. 9) • Tallied an assist in consecutive games vs. Maine (Nov. 1) and Boston U. (Nov. 6) • Also had an assist Feb. 20 vs. Boston College Milestones • Recorded her first career point Oct. 9, 2009 with a goal vs. Colgate Scholastic highlights • 2009 graduate of Dunbarton High School, where she also lettered in cross country, volleyball, field hockey and soccer • Also skated for the Durham West Women’s Hockey Association • Gold-medal winner with Team Ontario Red (2008) Personal notes • Daughter of Greg and Cindy Chappell • Born April 24, 1991 in Scarbrough, Ontario • Her brother, Chris, signed a 2009 contract with the NHL’s New York Rangers • Major is business administration

Player Bios

2010-11 highlights • Played in 31 of 32 games • Recorded four points on one goal and three assists • Scored the game-winning goal vs. Niagara (Oct. 30) • Set up the game-winning goal vs. Dartmouth (Dec. 11) • Also assisted on the game-tying goal at Quinnipiac (Feb. 8) • In 20 Hockey East league games, recorded one assist

Kailey Chappell

captain career highs Single Game Goals Assists Points

1 (twice) most recent – vs. Niagara (10/30/10) 1 (six times) most recent – at Quinnipiac (02/08/11) 1 (several times) most recent – at Quinnipiac (02/08/11)

Goals Assists Points

1 (2010; 2011) 3 (2010; 2011) 4 (2010; 2011)

Season

The unh difference

I chose UNH because it is a beautiful place with friendly and positive people.

career statistics OVERALL

YEAR GP G A 2008-09 2009-10 33 1 3 2010-11 31 1 3 TOTAL 64 2 6

Pts

YEAR GP G A 2008-09 2009-10 21 0 3 2010-11 20 0 1 TOTAL 41 0 4

Pts

league

4 4 8

3 1 4

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PPG GWG

PIM

0 0 16-32 0 1 10-20 0 1 26-52 PPG GWG 0 0 0

PIM

0 11-22 0 5-10 0 16-32

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Bryanna Farris

Collegiate Accolades • Hockey East All-Academic Team (2011)

Junior 5-9 defense Carleton Place, Ontario

2010-11 highlights • Skated in 27 of 32 games • Recorded two points, both on assists • Tallied career highs in both points (two) and assists (two) against Vermont on Nov. 6 • One of those assists was recorded on the game-winning goal • Saw time both as a defenseman and forward

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2009-10 highlights • Played in 30 of 33 games, including both postseason games • Recorded one goal and two assists for three points • 1-1-2 in 18 Hockey East league games • Opened the season as a defenseman and was converted to forward on Jan. 8 and skated 10 of the last 12 games on the front line • Recorded her first career point with an assist on the game-winning goal in the season opener vs. UConn (Oct. 3) • Also tallied an assist the next game vs. Quinnipiac (Oct. 4) • Scored her first collegiate goal vs. Maine (Nov. 1) Milestones • Recorded her first career point Oct. 3, 2009 with an assist vs. UConn • Scored her first career goal Nov. 1, 2009 vs. Maine

career highs Single Game Goals Assists Points

1 (11/1/09 vs. Maine) 2 (11/06/10 vs. Vermont) 2 (11/06/10 vs. Vermont)

Goals Assists Points

1 (2010) 2 (2010; 2011) 3 (2010)

Season

The unh difference I chose UNH because it’s a beautiful state and campus and it has good food, and the people are amazing.

Scholastic highlights • 2009 graduate of Notre Dame, where she also lettered in soccer, volleyball, basketball, track & field and badminton • 2008-09 U-18 Canadian National Championship –gold medal with Team Ontario Red • Also played on the Ottawa Senators Women’s Hockey Club • PWHL gold medal with Ottawa in ‘09; recorded 1-2-3 in the gold-medal game • PWHL silver medal with Ottawa in ‘08 Personal notes • Daughter of Sheila Farris • Born Jan. 22, 1991 in Perth, Ontario • Her father, David Farris, played collegiately at Queen’s University • Her mother, Sheila, lettered in track & field at Queen’s • Her uncle, Ken Linseman, played in the NHL (Boston, Edmonton, Philadelphia) for 14 years • Four other uncles played collegiate hockey • Major is kinesiology: pedagogy

career statistics OVERALL

YEAR GP G A 2008-09 2009-10 30 1 2 2010-11 27 0 2 TOTAL 57 1 4

Pts

YEAR GP G A 2008-09 2009-10 18 1 1 2010-11 19 0 2 TOTAL 37 1 3

Pts

HOCKEY EAST

20

3 2 5

2 2 4

PPG GWG 0 0 0

0 8-16 0 9-18 0 17-34

PPG GWG 0 0 0

PIM

0 0 0

PIM 1-2 4-8 5-10

tradition. pride. excellence.

wildcat HOCKEY Collegiate Accolades • Hockey East All-Academic Team (2011)

2009-10 highlights • Skated in 32 of 33 games, including both postseason games • Recorded one goal and one assist for two points • Had a +1 rating in the 14 games of the 2010 calendar year (without a minus rating in that span) • Recorded her first career point Oct. 17 with a goal vs. Niagara • Tallied an assist Nov. 6 at Boston U.

Junior Forward Oakville, Ontario

18

Milestones • Recorded her first career point Oct. 17, 2009 with a goal vs. Niagara Scholastic highlights • 2009 graduate of Oakville Trafalger High School, where she lettered in hockey • Tallied 35 points in 70 games last season • Also skated for both the Toronto Jr. Aeros and Oakville Jr. Ice Personal notes • Daughter of Peter and Laura Goloubef • Born October 18, 1991 in Oakville, Ontario • Her uncle, Dick Duff, played in the NHL (1954-72) and is a Hockey Hall of Fame inductee • Dual major in marketing and finance

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Player Bios

2010-11 highlights • Played in 21 of 32 games • Recorded one point with an assist Oct. 23 vs. St. Lawrence • Skated in 12 Hockey East league games

Paige Goloubef

career highs Single Game Goals Assists Points

1 (10/17/09 vs. Niagara) 1 (twice) most recent – 11/23/10 vs. St. Lawrence) 1 (three times) most recent – 11/23/10 vs. St. Lawrence

Goals Assists Points

1 (2010) 1 (2010; 2011) 2 (2010)

Season

The UNH difference I chose UNH because it has a beautiful campus along with friendly people, great athletics and a warm environment.

career statistics OVERALL

YEAR GP G A Pts 2008-09 2009-10 32 1 1 2 2010-11 21 0 1 1 TOTAL 53 1 2 3

PPG GWG

YEAR GP G A Pts 2008-09 2009-10 20 0 1 1 2010-11 12 0 0 0 TOTAL 32 0 1 1

PPG GWG

league

tradition. pride. excellence.

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

PIM 7-14 2-4 9-18 PIM 2-4 2-4 4-8

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Kristine Horn

Junior Forward Utica, Michigan

Collegiate Accolades • Hockey East All-Academic Team (2011)

5-8

2010-11 highlights • Played in all 32 games • Recorded 15 points on five goals and 10 assists • Ranked second on the team in assists • Tied for third in points • Fourth in shots (62) • Opened the season with a point in 7 of the first 11 games (2-6-8) • 2-2-4 in three games vs. Boston U. • Scored the game-winning goal vs. Boston U. (Feb. 3) • Assisted on two game-winning goals (vs. St. Lawrence; vs. Niagara, Oct. 30) • Season-high two points (1-1-2) vs. both St. Lawrence (Oct. 23) and Boston U. (Feb. 3)

11 career highs Single Game Goals Assists Points

1 (several times) most recent – 02/03/11 at Boston U. 2 (10/18/09 vs. Niagara) 3 (10/18/09 vs. Niagara)

Goals Assists Points

8 (2010) 13 (2010) 21 (2010)

Season

The UNH difference I chose UNH because it’s a beautiful campus and everyone is very friendly. I knew I could succeed here.

2009-10 highlights • Skated in all 33 games, including both postseason games • Recorded eight goals and 13 assists for 21 points • Tied for third on the team in assists and ranked fifth in points • Netted five power-play goals, which ranked fifth • 3-8-11 in 21 Hockey East League games • 1-4-5 in 11 games vs. nationally-ranked teams • Was converted from forward to defenseman the last six games of the season (Feb. 13 to March 13) due to the injury to Courtney Birchard • Scored the game-winning goal vs. Niagara (Oct. 18) and Maine (Jan. 30) • Recorded her first career point with a goal vs. Quinnipiac in the second game of the season (Oct. 4) • Tallied her first assist Oct. 18 vs. Niagara; finished that game with a goal and two assists to mark personal bests in assists and points (three) • Also had a multiple-point game (1g, 1a) Feb. 6 vs. Boston U. • Recorded a point in 18 of 33 games • Had a pair of four-game point-scoring streaks (Oct. 17-24 and Dec. 5 –Jan. 8) Milestones • Recorded her first career point Oct. 4, 2009 with a goal vs. Quinnipiac Scholastic highlights • 2009 graduate of Shattuck-St. Mary’s, where she also lettered in lacrosse • Recorded 28 goals and 63 assists for 91 points in 58 games of the 2008-09 season, when the Sabers won the national championship • Also skated for the Little Caesars and Belle Tire club teams • 2008 silver medalist with Little Caesers • 2007 bronze medalist with Belle Tire National team experience • USA Hockey National Development Camp (2006-08) • Alternate on the 2008 USA U-18 World Team Personal notes • Daughter of Don and Marilyn Horn • Born August 1, 1991 in Utica, Mich. • Major is political science

career statistics OVERALL

YEAR GP G A Pts 2008-09 2009-10 33 8 13 21 2010-11 32 5 10 15 TOTAL 65 13 23 36

HOCKEY EAST

PPG GWG

5 2 5-10 0 1 5-10 5 3 10-20

YEAR GP G A Pts PPG GWG 2008-09 2009-10 21 3 8 11 1 1 2010-11 21 4 4 8 0 1 TOTAL 42 7 12 19 1 2

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PIM

PIM 4-8 4-8 8-16

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2010-11 highlights • Skated in all 32 games • Recorded 20 points on nine goals and 11 assists • Led the team in both points and assists • Second in goals and shots (95) • Tied for third in plus/minus (+4) • Scored a team-best three game-winning goals (at UConn, Oct. 2; at Rensselaer; vs. Vermont, Nov. 6) • Assisted on two other game-winning goals • One of two ‘Cats to score a shorthanded goal • 5-9-14 in 21 Hockey East league games • Matched her career high of two assists in consecutive games vs. Maine (Jan. 30) and Boston U. (Feb. 3) • Finished with three points (1g, 2a) vs. Maine to match her personal best 2009-10 highlights • Skated in all 33 games, including both postseason games • Recorded 18 goals and 11 assists for 29 points • Ranked ninth in the nation in rookie scoring (0.88 points per game) • 10th in the nation in power-play goals (seven) • Led the team in power-play goals • Ranked second in goals • Third in points, plus/minus (+10) and shooting percentage (.175) • Fourth in shots (103) • 14-6-20 in 21 Hockey East games to rank first in goals, power-play goals (four) and rookie scoring • 7-3-10 in 11 games vs. nationally-ranked teams • Recorded a point in 19 of 33 games with seven multiple-point efforts • Her 11-game goal-scoring streak that spanned Dec. 8 to Feb. 7 was the longest by a UNH Wildcat since the 1991 season • Tallied 3-2-5 in the last five regular-season games; 8-2-10 in the last 10 • Recorded an assist in her collegiate debut, the season opener vs. UConn (Oct. 3) • Two-goal games vs. Niagara (Oct. 18), Northeastern (Jan. 8) and Boston College (Feb. 21) • Scored the game-winning goal in the Sun Life Frozen Fenway game Jan. 8 vs. Northeastern by breaking a 3-3 tie with 5:30 to play; also scored an empty-net goal to secure the win • Career-high two assists vs. both Rensselaer (Nov. 21) and Dartmouth (Dec. 12) • Career-high three points vs. Rensselaer, Dartmouth and Boston College (Feb. 21)

Kristina Lavoie

Junior Forward Fonthill, Ontario

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Player Bios

Collegiate accolades • Hockey East Bauer Rookie of the Year (2010) • Hockey East All-Rookie Team (2010) – unanimous selection • Hockey East Honorable Mention All-Star (2010) • Hockey East Rookie of the Month (December ‘09 // January ‘10) • Hockey East Bauer Rookie of the Week (01.11.10 // 02.01.10)

10 career highs Single Game Goals Assists Points

2 (three times) most recent – 02/21/10 at Boston College 2 (four times) most recent – 02/03/11 at Boston U. 3 (four times) most recent – 01/30/11 vs. Maine

Goals Assists Points

18 (2010) 11 (2010; 2011) 29 (2010)

Season

The UNH difference

I chose UNH because it’s a beautiful campus with a great environment.

Milestones • Recorded her first career point Oct. 3, 2009 with an assist vs. UConn • Scored her first goal Oct. 18, 2009 vs. Niagara Scholastic highlights • 2008 graduate of Jean Vanier, where she also lettered in soccer, basketball, volleyball and badminton • Recorded 18 goals and 34 assists for 52 points in 33 games of the 2008-09 season • Tallied career numbers of 57 goals and 106 assists for 163 points in 97 games • Led team to the 2008 PWHL championship • Won the OWHA title in ‘07 and ‘08 Personal notes • Daughter of Jacques and Mona Lavoie • Born Dec. 27, 1990 in St. Catharine’s, Ontario • Major is kinesiology: exercise science

career statistics OVERALL

YEAR GP G A 2008-09 2009-10 33 18 11 2010-11 32 9 11 TOTAL 65 27 22

HOCKEY EAST

Pts 29 20 49

YEAR GP G A Pts 2008-09 2009-10 21 14 6 20 2010-11 21 5 9 14 TOTAL 42 19 15 34

tradition. pride. excellence.

PPG GWG 7 0 7

PIM

1 15-30 3 24-56 4 39-86

PPG GWG

PIM

4 1 10-20 0 2 18-44 4 3 28-64

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Hannah Armstrong

sophomore 5-9 Forward Newmarket, Ontario

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2010-11 highlights • Skated in 29 of 32 games (missed three games due to injury) • Recorded eight points on three goals and five assists • Tied for the team lead in power-play goals (three) • Scored the game-winning goal vs. St. Lawrence • Also assisted on two game-winning goals (back-to-back games at Rensselaer and Union) • Recorded her first career point with an assist at Syracuse (Oct. 8) • Career-high two points with one goal and one assist at Union (Oct. 16) Milestones • Recorded her first career point Oct. 8, 2010 with an assist at Syracuse • Scored her first collegiate goal Oct. 16, 2010 at Union Scholastic highlights • 2010 graduate of Dr. Denison Secondary School • Played on the Team Ontario Red Team that won the 2009 national championship • Also skated for the Aurora Junior Panthers • In 33 games of the 2009-10 season, recorded 29 points (14 goals, 15 assists) in 33 games

career highs Single Game Goals Assists Points

1 (three times) most recent – 01/29/11 vs. Maine 1 (five times) most recent – 11/28/10 vs. Boston College 2 (10/16/10 at Union)

Goals Assists Points

3 (2011) 5 (2011) 8 (2011)

Season

Collegiate Accolades • Hockey East All-Academic Team (2011)

National team experience • Member of the 2010 Team Canada Under-18 Team Personal notes • Daughter of Tim and Heidi Armstrong • Born April 19, 1992 in Newmarket, Ontario • Her father skated for the NHL’s Toronto Maple Leafs (1988-90) • Major is kinesiology: pedagogy

The UNH difference I love UNH’s rink, the hockey program is great, the campus is awesome and the food at the cafe is too legit to quit.

career statistics OVERALL

YEAR GP G A 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 29 3 5 TOTAL 29 3 5

HOCKEY EAST

Pts

PPG GWG

8 3 1 13-26 8 3 1 13-26

YEAR GP G A Pts PPG GWG 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 19 1 1 2 1 0 TOTAL 19 1 1 2 1 0

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PIM

PIM 8-16 8-16

tradition. pride. excellence.

wildcat HOCKEY collegiate accolades • Hockey East All-Academic Team (2011)

Milestones • Recorded her first career point Oct. 15, 2010 with a goal at Rensselaer Scholastic highlights • 2010 graduate of St. Peter’s Secondary School, where she also lettered in lacrosse and soccer • Skated for the Mississauga Junior Chiefs of the PWHL • In 2009-10 with the Jr. Chiefs, recorded 40 points (15 goals, 25 assists) in 40 games • At the 2009 Hockey Canada Under-18 Nationals, recorded four points in five games • Gold medalist with the 2010 Team Ontario Under-18 Red Team • Bronze medal at Provincials with the 2009-10 Jr. Chiefs • Also skated for the 2009 Team Ontario Under-18 Blue Team National team experience • 2009 Team Canada U-18 Selection Camp Personal notes • Daughter of Gene and Leslie Gifford • Born October 8, 1992 in Peterborough, Ontario • Major is general biology

Player Bios

2010-11 highlights • Skated in 31 of 32 games • Recorded seven points on five goals and two assists • Tied for second on the team in shooting percentage (.106) • Scored the game-winning goal vs. Dartmouth • 2-2-4 in 20 Hockey East league games • Recorded her first collegiate point with a goal at Rensselaer • Career-high two points (1g, 1a) at Vermont

Nicole Gifford

sophomore 5-2 Forward Ennismore, Ontario

16

assistant captain career highs Single Game

Goals Assists Points

1 (five times) most recent – 02/11/11 at Vermont 1 (twice) most recent – 02/11/11 at Vermont 2 (02/11/11 at Vermont)

Goals Assists Points

5 (2011) 2 (2011) 7 (2011)

Season

The UNH difference I love the campus feel. The rink is amazing and I really like the coaches here. And UNH offered the program I wished to take.

career statistics OVERALL

YEAR GP G A 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 31 5 2 TOTAL 31 5 2

Pts

PPG GWG

PIM

7 7

0 1 0 1

9-18 9-18

YEAR GP G A 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 20 2 2 TOTAL 20 2 2

Pts

PPG GWG

PIM

HOCKEY EAST

4 4

tradition. pride. excellence.

0 0

0 0

8-16 8-16

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Maggie Hunt

2010-11 highlights • Skated in 30 of 32 games • Recorded four points on two goals and two assists • Both of her goals gave UNH a 1-0 lead • Scored the game-winning goal Feb. 12 vs. Vermont • Also assisted on one other game-winning goal • Tallied 2-1-3 in 21 Hockey East league games • Recorded her first point with an assist at Rensselaer

Sophomore 5-7 defense Naperville, Illinois

12 career highs Single Game

Goals Assists Points

1 (twice) most recent – 02/12/11 at Vermont 1 (twice) most recent – 01/29/11 vs. Maine 1 (four times) most recent – 02/12/11 at Vermont

Goals Assists Points

2 (2011) 2 (2011) 4 (2011)

Season

The UNH difference

Milestones • Recorded her first career point Oct. 15, 2010 with an assist at Rensselaer • Scored her first goal Feb. 3, 2011 at Boston U. Scholastic highlights • 2010 graduate of North American Hockey Academy • Recorded 24 goals and 42 assists for 66 points in the 2009-10 season with the Winter Hawks • Skated for the 2008 Chicago Mission Under-19 national championship team • Member of the Team Illinois U-14 national championship team National team experience • USA Development Camp from 2006-09 Personal notes • Daughter of Edward and Christina Hunt • Born April 6, 1992 in Naperville, Illinois • Major is undeclared

I loved the campus and the coach right away, and knew it was where I wanted to be.

career statistics OVERALL

YEAR GP G A 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 30 2 2 TOTAL 30 2 2

league

Pts 4 4

YEAR GP G A Pts 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 21 2 1 3 TOTAL 21 2 1 3

26

PPG GWG

PIM

0 1 11-22 0 1 11-22 PPG GWG

PIM

0 1 0 1

5-10 5-10

tradition. pride. excellence.

wildcat HOCKEY 2010-11 highlights • Redshirt season

UNH WOMEN’S LACROSSE • Joined the team as a walk-on in the 2010 season and played in four games; was credited with one ground ball and two caused turnovers • In the 2011 season, played in one game

sophomore Forward Vestal, New York

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Scholastic highlights • 2009 graduate of North Andover High School, where she lettered in hockey and lacrosse • Led team to the JWHL championship in 2009 • Recorded 16 goals and 28 assists for 44 points last season • Also skated at North American Hockey Academy • In lax, led team to both D-2 North and CAL titles and a state runner-up finish; garnered all-league honors as a junior and senior Personal notes • Daughter of Kurt and Deon Kleinendorst • Born March 16, 1991 in Sandy, Utah • Her father was an ice hockey letterwinner at Providence College (1979-83) and is a former NHL coach • Her uncle, Scot Kleinendorst, was an ice hockey letterwinner at Providence (1978-82) and skated in the NHL from 1983-90 • Major is psychology with a minor in coaching

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Player Bios

2009-10 highlights • Skated in 29 of 33 games, including both postseason games • Appeared in 17 (of 21) Hockey East league games • Had a +1 plus/minus rating in the Oct. 17 game vs. Niagara

Katie Kleinendorst

career highs Single Game Goals Assists Points

Season Goals Assists Points

0 0 0

The UNH difference I chose UNH because of the beautiful campus and the town’s love for hockey.

career statistics OVERALL

YEAR GP G A 2008-09 2009-10 29 0 0 2010-11 – TOTAL 29 0 0

Pts

YEAR GP G A 2008-09 2009-10 17 0 0 2010-11 – TOTAL 17 0 0

Pts

league

PPG GWG

PIM

0

0

0

0

0

0 1-2

PPG GWG

1-2

PIM

0

0

0

0

0

0 1-2

tradition. pride. excellence.

1-2

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Leslie Ann McGowan

Sophomore 5-9 goaltender Durham, New Hampshire

30

2010-11 highlights • Joined the team as a walk on • Did not see any game action while serving as the backup to Lindsey Minton (with Kayley Herman sidelined by injury) SCHOLASTIC HIGHLIGHTS • 2010 graduate of Oyster River High School, where she lettered in ice hockey • NH Girls All-State First Team in 2010 • As a senior in the 2009-10 season, recorded a 2.06 GAA and .923 save percentage • Competed in the NH/VT Make-A-Wish game • Had a .910 career save percentage • Led Oyster River to the state semifinals in the 2009 and 2010 seasons • Also played for the Seacoast Lightning PERSONAL NOTES • Daughter of William McGowan and Karen Bishop • Born April 23, 1992 • Major is equine management

career highs Saves Period Game Season

Misc

Wins/season GAA/season Save % /season Shutouts/season

The unh difference I chose UNH because

career statistics OVERALL

YEAR GP Rec Min GA GAA Sv Sv% ShO 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

HOCKEY EAST

YEAR GP Rec Min GA GAA Sv Sv% ShO 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

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tradition. pride. excellence.

wildcat HOCKEY Collegiate accolades • Hockey East All-Academic Team (2011)

Milestones • Recorded her first career point Oct. 2, 2010 with an assist at UConn • Scored her first goal the next game, Oct. 8, 2010 at Syracuse Scholastic highlights • 2010 graduate of Governor Simcoe Secondary School, where she also played basketball, volleyball, soccer, squash, badminton and rowing • Female Athlete of the Year Award four times • Also skated for the Stoney Creek Jr. Sabres • In 2009-10 for the Jr. Sabres, led the team and ranked in the top five in the PWHL in scoring (62 points; 26 goals, 36 assists); served as captain • 2007-08 OWHA Provincial gold medal and PWHL gold medal champions • 2008-09 OWHA Provincial silver medal • 2009-10 PWHL bronze medal • 2009-10 National Women’s Under-18 Championships, won a gold medal with Team Ontario Red; received a Player of the Game award • Also an OFSAA Gold Medal Champion in basketball

Player Bios

2010-11 highlights • Skated in 31 of 32 games • Recorded 19 points on 11 goals and eight assists • Led the team in goals and tied for the lead in power-play goals (three) • Team-best .128 shooting percentage • Ranked second in both points and plus/minus (+5) as well as third in shots (86) • 6-5-11 in 20 Hockey East league games • One of two ‘Cats to score a shorthanded goal • Assisted on three game-winning goals and one game-tying goal • Recorded a point with an assist in her collegiate debut, the season opener at UConn • Career-high three points at Union (2g, 1a) and at Northeastern (Jan. 22; 1g, 2a) • Career-high two goals on the road against both Syracuse and Union

Arielle O’Neill

sophomore 5-10 Forward St. Catharines, Ontario

8 career highs Single Game Goals Assists Points

2 (twice) most recent – 10/16/10 at Union 2 (01/22/11 at Northeastern) 3 (twice) most recent – 01/22/11 at Northeastern

Goals Assists Points

11 (2011) 8 (2011) 19 (2011)

Season

The UNH difference I love the Olympic-sized ice rink, the size and location of the campus and the attitudes of the coaches.

Personal notes • Daughter of Brad and Nancy O’Neill • Born December 6, 1992 in St. Catharines, Ontario • Major is kinesiology

career statistics OVERALL

YEAR GP G A Pts PPG GWG 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 31 11 8 19 3 1 TOTAL 31 11 8 19 3 1

HOCKEY EAST

PIM 7-14 7-14

YEAR GP G A Pts PPG GWG PIM 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 20 6 5 11 2 0 3-6 TOTAL 20 6 5 11 2 0 3-6

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Brynja Bogan

Freshman 5-8 Defense Germantown, Maryland

2

Scholastic highlights • 2011 graduate of Northwest High School • Led team to the PVHA title; quarterfinalists at the national championship • Also played for the Washington Pride Club team Personal notes • Daughter of Joseph and Olafia Bogan • Born October 29, 1993 in Melbourne, Fla. • Major is undeclared The UNH Difference I love how the students have a lot of school spirit and are committed to their school. I also love how beautiful the campus is and the location – how it is right in the town of Durham, less than an hour from Boston and 20 minutes away from the beach.

Moe Bradley

Freshman 5-9 Goaltender Swampscott, Massachusetts

Caroline Broderick

Freshman Defense

5-11

Marblehead, Massachusetts

22

Scholastic highlights • 2011 graduate of Ontario Hockey Academy • Captain of the OHA team in the 2009-10 and 2010-11 seasons • Hockey Night in Boston participant in 2008 • Named an All-Star by both the Boston Globe and Boston Herald while attending St. Mary’s Jr./Sr. High School (2006-07 season) • Boston Globe and Boston Herald All Scholastic Team in both hockey and lacrosse (2007) • Led the lax team to the Catholic Conference title and was the league’s top scorer in 2007 • Selected to the varsity hockey team as an 8th grader and was feted as Rookie of the Year in 2006 • Played for the Middlesex Islanders and Marblehead Youth Hockey club teams National team experience • Selected to the USA Hockey U-16 National Development Camp (2008-09 season) • USA Hockey U-15 National Development Camp alternate (2007-08) • USA Hockey U-14 National Development Camp (2006-07) Personal notes • Daughter of Paul and Carol Broderick • Born June 15, 1992 in Winchester, Mass. • Dual major in business and kinesiology: sport studies

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Scholastic highlights • 2010 graduate of Swampscott High School • Two-time Eastern Mass. All-Star • Two-time all-conference selection • Hockey Night in Boston participant • Skated for the Boston Blades and Boston Shamrocks club teams • Also an all-conference selection in softball

Personal notes • Daughter of Mahlon and Elise Bradley • Born January 27, 1992 in Swampscott, Mass. • Major is undeclared The UNH Difference The close-knit community that is fostered in a campus setting and an environment that promotes unity. The kids are excited about being at school and together, which makes any incoming freshman feel comfortable in their transition.

Jenn Gilligan

Freshman 5-9 Goaltender Maple Ridge, British Columbia

33

Scholastic highlights • 2011 graduate of St. Davids Catholic Secondary School • U.S./Canada Cup gold medal game, 2010-11 • Led St. David Celtics to finalists in both the CWOSSA and WCSSAA in 2010-11 • WCSSAA Girls Hockey All-Star Team • Also skated for the K-W Rangers and Pacific Steelers club teams • K-W Rangers MVP in 2010-11 • Led Pacific Steelers to the Provincial championship and 2nd place at the JWHL Frozen Four in 2007-08 National team experience • Team Canada U-18 Conditioning Camp, 2009-10 • MVP for Team BC at Nationals Personal notes • Daughter of Tim and Carla Gilligan • Born May 31, 1993 in New Westminister, British Columbia • Major is sports training The UNH Difference I chose UNH for its campus size, community and sports programs.

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Freshman 5-9 Forward Edmonton, Alberta

4

Kayla Mork

Freshman 5-4 Forward Victoria, Minnesota

Scholastic highlights • 2011 graduate of Breck School • Led Breck to third place (2010-11) and runner-up (‘09-’10 and ‘07-’08) at the state championships • Hobey Baker Award, 2010-11 • Three-time all-conference selection • Two-time Minnesota Elite League participant • All-State Honorable Mention, 2009-10, when she was a Top 20 Point Leader • Four-time all-conference selection in golf • Three-time all-conference selection in cross country

Scholastic highlights • 2011 graduate of • Captained the Midget AAA EdmontonThun der team that went undefeated in the regular season, won provincials and Pacifics, and won silver at the Esso Nationals (2010-11) • Tournament MVP and First Line All-Star Team at the Mac’s (2010-11) • Team Alberta won gold at the Canada Winter Games (2010-11) • Midget AAA Thunder won provincials, Pacifics and bronze at the Esso Nationals (2009-10) • Midget AAA Thunder won provincials and

Pacifics (2008-09) • Two-time Alberta Major Midget Female Hockey League (AMMFHL) All Star Team selection • Alberta Aboriginal Youth Achievement Award for Athleticism (2009-10) Personal notes • Daughter of Stephen and Jean Kashman • Born September 13, 1993 in Edmonton, Alberta • Major is undeclared in Liberal Arts

The UNH Difference I like the location, the friendly atmosphere, the various options of majors, the coaches and the facilities.

Jenna Lascelle

Freshman 5-6 Forward Cornwall, Ontario

17

Scholastic highlights • 2011 graduate of Ontario Hockey Academy • Led OHA in points three consecutive years, including 34 goals and 53 assists in 63 games during the 2010-11 season as an assistant captain • Named top student-athlete at OHA in 2010 • Won the City of Cornwall Lions Club overall female/male hockey award for 2010 • Played in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League in 2010 and 2011 • Ontario Hockey Provincial gold medalist (2003) and bronze medalist (2006) Personal notes • Daughter of Giles and Kim Lascelle • Born October 4, 1992 in Cornwall, Ontario • Her father played professional hockey in Sweden • Her uncle, Ray Sheppard, played 14 years in the NHL • Her sister Kayla plays for Norwich University, which won the 2011 Div. III national championship • Major is undeclared The UNH Difference I chose UNH because it was closest to home as well as the hockey facility and coaches.

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Player Bios

Heather Kashman

Personal notes • Daughter of Frank and Kelli Mork • Born March 9, 1993 in Edina, Minn. • Her uncle, Bill Mork, played collegiate hockey at Gustavus • Major is biology The UNH Difference I made my decision to come to UNH because I love the coaches, team and hockey rink, along with the small seacoast campus location and strong academics.

Jess Ryan

Freshman 5-5 Defense Cloquet, Minnesota

21

Scholastic highlights • 2011 graduate of Cloquet Sr. High School • All-State Honorable Mention, 2010-11 and 2008-09 • Academic All-State, 2010-11 • Three-time Lake Superior All-Conference Team • Captained the team as a senior • Three-time all-conference selection in soccer • Soccer team MVP as a senior • Ranked #4 in her class academically National team experience • USA Hockey Advance 16 National Camp, 2008-09 • USA Hockey Advance 15 National Camp, 2007-08 Personal notes • Daughter of Craig and Susan Ryan • Born January 19, 1993 in Duluth, Minn. • Her brother, Mitch, played collegiate hockey at St. Cloud State • Major is kinesiology: athletic training The UNH Difference I chose UNH because of the smaller town setting.

tradition. pride. excellence.

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Casey Stathopoulos

Freshman 5-1 Forward Waltham, Massachusetts

2

SCHOLASTIC HIGHLIGHTS • 2011 graduate of Southfield School, where she played hockey, field hockey and lacrosse • Captain and MVP, as well as Division 2 Player of the Year and All-Scholastic, as a senior • Led team to the state final as a sophomore and junior, and to the semifinals as a senior • Boston Globe All-Star as a freshman in 2007-08 • Skated for theMass. Spitfires club team • In lacrosse, All-Star three consecutive years National team experience • USA Hockey Development Camp in 2007, 2008 and 2009 PERSONAL NOTES • Daughter of Wayne and Suzanne Stathopoulos • Born April 20, 1993 in Belmont, Mass. • Major is undeclared The UNH Difference I love the atmosphere of UNH. Everyone strives to do their best, whether it’s in the classroom or on the ice. It’s nice to be surrounded by people who have he same goals as you.

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Year in Review

2010-11 In Review 38-39 2011 Statistics 40 2011 Results 41 2011 Hockey East Results & Stats 42

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2011 Statistics

wildcat HOCKEY 2010-11 Final Statistics Record: 14-16-2

Home 7-9-0

Away 7-6-2

Neutral 0-1-0

Hockey East 7-13-1

Scoring Statistics

OVERALL hockey east Name GP G A Pts Sh +/- No-Min PP SH GW GP G A Pts Sh Kristina Lavoie- F 32 9 11 20 95 +4 24-56 0 1 3 21 5 9 14 62 Arielle O’Neill- F 31 11 8 19 86 +5 7-14 3 1 1 20 6 5 11 50 Courtney Birchard- D 27 8 7 15 103 +4 13-26 1 0 2 16 3 3 6 63 Kristine Horn- F 32 5 10 15 62 -2 5-10 0 0 1 21 4 4 8 40 Julie Allen- F 32 4 6 10 55 -7 12-24 2 0 1 21 2 4 6 34 Courtney Sheary- D 32 1 8 9 40 E 16-32 1 0 1 21 1 4 5 30 Hannah Armstrong- F 29 3 5 8 46 -2 13-26 3 0 1 19 1 1 2 26 Nicole Gifford- F 31 5 2 7 47 -6 9-18 0 0 1 20 2 2 4 29 Sarah Campbell- F 32 5 1 6 47 E 1-2 0 0 0 21 5 1 6 33 Emma Clark- F 30 0 6 6 23 +6 1-2 0 0 0 21 0 5 5 18 Maggie Hunt- F 30 2 2 4 52 -9 11-22 0 0 1 21 2 1 3 44 Kailey Chappell- D 30 1 3 4 14 -9 10-20 0 0 1 20 0 1 1 8 Katie Brock- D 32 0 4 4 12 +2 7-14 0 0 0 21 0 1 1 5 Raylen Dziengelewski- D 32 0 4 4 47 -4 15-30 0 0 0 21 0 2 2 32 Sarah Cuthbert- F 32 2 1 3 21 -9 3-6 0 0 0 21 2 0 2 14 Molly Morrison- F 27 1 2 3 12 +2 1-2 0 0 1 19 1 1 2 9 Brittany Skudder- F 29 1 2 3 25 -5 4-8 0 0 0 18 1 1 2 16 Bryanna Farris- D 26 0 2 2 12 -1 9-18 0 0 0 19 0 2 2 7 Paige Goloubef- F 21 0 1 1 3 -2 2-4 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 2 Lindsey Minton- G 18 0 1 1 0 0-0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 Kayley Herman- G 14 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 TEAM 3-6 UNH 32 58 86 144 802 -33 166-340 10 2 14 21 35 47 82 522 Opponents 32 67 97 164 863 +27 125-261 13 1 16 21 50 72 122 587

Goaltending Statistics

OVERALL Name GP Min GA Avg Lindsey Minton 18 1073:20 33 1.84 Kayley Herman 14 840:20 30 2.14 Empty Net 22:19 4 UNH 32 1935:59 67 2.08 Opponents 32 1935:59 58 1.80

OVERALL

Sve 412 384 796 744

SHOTS ON GOAL Shots Avg/G Pct New Hampshire 802 25.1 .072 Opponents 863 27.0 .078 GOALS BY PERIOD 1 2 3 OT Total New Hampshire 18 19 19 2 58 Opponents 20 18 28 1 67 SHOTS BY PERIOD 1 2 3 OT Total New Hampshire 247 259 284 12 802 Opponents 251 309 291 12 863 POWER PLAY Goals Opp Pct New Hampshire 10 115 .087 Opponents 13 155 .084

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+/- No-Min -1 18-44 -1 3-6 -1 7-14 -8 4-8 -7 7-14 -7 14-28 -6 8-16 -6 8-16 +1 1-2 +6 0-0 -8 5-10 -7 5-10 -2 2-4 -4 9-18 -6 1-2 +1 1-2 -2 1-2 E 4-8 E 2-4 0-0 0-0 1-2 -58 101-210 +54 80-160

CAREER 27-22-49 11-8-19 34-47-81 13-23-36 18-16-34 4-23-27 3-5-8 5-2-7 5-1-6 3-0-3 2-2-4 2-6-8 0-8-8 2-32-34 7-6-13 14-19-33 6-10-16 1-4-5 1-2-3 0-1-1 0-2-2

hockey east Pct W-L-T ShO GP Min GA Avg Sve Pct W-L-T ShO .926 8-10-0 4 10 589:27 24 2.44 227 .904 2-8-0 1 .928 6-6-2 2 11 655:20 22 2.01 310 .934 5-5-1 2 20:29 4 .922 14-16-2 6 21 1265:16 50 2.37 537 .915 7-13-1 3 .928 16-14-2 5 21 1265:16 35 1.66 487 .933 13-7-1 4

Hockey east New Hampshire Opponent

Shots Avg/G Pct 522 24.9 .067 587 28.0 .085

New Hampshire Opponents

1 2 3 OT Total 13 11 10 1 35 14 12 24 0 50

New Hampshire Opponents

1 2 3 OT Total 150 170 198 4 522 172 212 201 2 587

Goals Opp New Hampshire 6 75 Opponents 10 96

Pct .080 .104

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wildcat HOCKEY Record: 14-16-2

Home 7-9-0

Date H/A/N Opponent

Oct. 2 Oct. 8 Oct. 9 Oct. 15 Oct. 16 Oct. 22 Oct. 23 Oct. 29 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 7 Nov. 13 Nov. 14 Nov. 23 Nov. 28 Dec. 1 Dec. 3 Dec. 9 Dec. 11 Jan. 9 Jan. 14 Jan. 15 Jan. 22 Jan. 29 Jan. 30 Feb. 3 Feb. 5 Feb. 8 Feb. 11 Feb. 12 Feb. 19 Feb. 20

A A A A A H H H H H A H A N H H A H H H H A A H H A H A A A A H

Away 7-6-2

Neutral 0-1-0

W/L/T Score Shots

Connecticut • Syracuse Colgate Rensselaer Union Clarkson St. Lawrence Niagara Niagara Vermont • Boston U. • (5) Connecticut • Connecticut • Maine • Ω Boston College • (6) Northeastern • (10) Providence • (10) Harvard Dartmouth Northeastern • Providence • (9) Providence • (9) Northeastern • (9) Maine • Maine • Boston U. • (3) Boston U. • (3) Quinnipiac Vermont Vermont Boston College • (7) Boston College • (7)

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

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

PEN

23/16 6-12/4-8 28/27 7-14/11-22 31/23 7-14/2-4 29/30 3-6/1-2 41/20 9-18/6-12 29/15 3-6/5-21 22/27 5-10/4-8 28/25 8-16/4-8 16/24 5-10/1-2 26/21 3-6/1-2 20/21 5-10/5-10 32/19 5-10/3-6 27/17 2-4/4-8 33/24 5-10/6-12 13/40 6-12/3-6 22/29 2-4/2-4 19/31 7-14/3-6 14/32 8-16/3-6 17/28 6-12/6-12 28/33 3-6/2-4 31/19 5-10/4-8 19/32 6-12/2-4 29/43 2-4/5-10 23/21 7-14/5-10 28/19 8-16/6-12 16/54 5-10/6-12 18/35 5-10/3-6 25/25 4-8/2-4 28/25 5-10/2-4 21/27 6-20/2-4 42/29 3-6/8-16 24/32 5-10/4-8

Hockey East 7-13-1 PP Attend GW/GT Goal Goalie (Sv)

0-4/0-6 1-9/0-6 0-2/0-6 0-1/0-3 1-6/0-9 1-5/1-2 1-4/1-5 0-3/0-7 0-0/0-4 0-1/0-3 0-4/1-5 0-3/1-5 0-3/0-2 0-6/1-5 0-3/0-6 0-2/0-2 1-3/2-7 0-2/1-7 0-6/0-6 0-2/1-5 0-4/0-5 0-2/1-5 0-5/0-2 2-4/2-6 1-5/1-7 1-6/0-5 0-3/0-5 0-2/0-4 0-2/0-5 0-2/0-5 0-8/0-3 0-3/0-4

119 381 150 300 252 566 515 409 384 422 227 459 191 334 487 352 257 336 473 488 433 303 183 525 613 227 461 102 355 490 132 792

K. LAVOIE L. Mullan B. Phillips K. LAVOIE A. O’NEILL J. ALLEN H. ARMSTRONG C. BIRCHARD K. CHAPPELL K. LAVOIE J. Kohanchuk K. Horan K. Horan B. Dougherty K. Stack R. Llanes J. Friedman L. Fry N. GIFFORD K. Kehoe A. Ruff M. Morrison C. BIRCHARD M. Croussette C. SHEARY K. HORN L. Warren C. BIRCHARD J. Sifers M. HUNT –– M. Bizzari

K. Herman (15) K. Herman (23) L. Minton (22) K. Herman (27) L. Minton (19) L. Minton (14) L. Minton (24) L. Minton (25) L. Minton (24) L. Minton (21) L. Minton (16) L. Minton (18) L. Minton (15) K. Herman (20) L. Minton (37) L. Minton (25) K. Herman (27) L. Minton (29) L. Minton (28) L. Minton (29) L. Minton (17) L. Minton (31) K. Herman (40) L. Minton (18) K. Herman (17) K. Herman (52) K. Herman (32) K. Herman (24) K. Herman (21) K. Herman (27) K. Herman (29) K. Herman (30)

2011 Results

2010-11 Final Results

• Hockey East game Ω at Lewiston, Maine (#) indicates opponent’s national ranking on date of game

attendance

Attendance Games Total Average Total 32 11,586 362 Home 16 7,715 482 Away 15 3,537 236 Neutral 1 334 334

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2011 Hockey East

wildcat HOCKEY 2011 Hockey East Results Hockey East standings Team Boston University Boston College Providence Connecticut Northeastern Maine New Hampshire Vermont

Pts 33 30 25 21 17 15 15 12

W-L-T 15- 3- 3 13- 4- 4 12- 8- 1 9- 9- 3 6- 10- 5 6- 12- 3 7- 13- 1 4- 13- 4

Hockey East Tournament

Overall 27-7-4 24-7-6 22-12-1 13-19-3 16-13-8 12-17-5 14-16-2 7-17-9

First round – Feb. 26 (site of higher seed) No. 5 Northeastern 4 No. 4 Connecticut No. 3 Providence 5 No. 6 Maine Semifinals – March 5 (Walter Brown Arena; Boston) No. 5 Northeastern 4 No. 1 Boston U. No. 2 Boston College 3 No. 3 Providence Final – March 6 (Walter Brown Arena; Boston) Boston College 3 Northeastern

Hockey east TEAM LEADERS all games

GOALS PER GAME Boston U. 3.47 Providence 2.91 Boston College 2.86 Northeastern 2.46 Maine 2.32 Connecticut 1.94 UNH 1.81 Vermont 1.33 GOALS ALLOWED PER GAME Boston College 1.73 Boston U. 1.84 Providence 1.94 UNH 2.09 Vermont 2.33 Northeastern 2.35 Maine 2.53 Connecticut 2.71 POWER PLAY PCT. Boston U. .182 Maine .176 Boston College .160 Providence .145 Connecticut .117 Northeastern .113 Vermont .102 UNH .086 PENALTY KILL PCT. Boston U. .929 UNH .917 Boston College .887 Connecticut .864 Providence .858 Northeastern .856 Maine .850 Vermont .846

Hockey East Awards

Player of the Year Kelli Stack, BC Rookie of the Year Marie-Philip Poulin, BU Coach of the Year Bob Deraney, PC Three Stars Award Kelli Stack, BC Sportsmanship Award Jean O’Neill, PC

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Win% .763 .730 .643 .414 .541 .426 .469 .348

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League GAMES

GOALS PER GAME Boston U. 3.14 Boston College 2.62 Providence 2.52 Northeastern 2.00 Maine 1.76 Connecticut 1.71 UNH 1.67 Vermont 1.14 GOALS ALLOWED PER GAME Boston College 1.52 Boston U. 1.57 Connecticut 1.86 Providence 2.05 Northeastern 2.29 Vermont 2.33 UNH 2.38 Maine 2.57 POWER PLAY PCT. Boston U. .180 Boston College .172 Maine .155 Providence .125 Connecticut .114 Vermont .101 UNH .080 Northeastern .051 PENALTY KILL PCT. Boston U. .933 Boston College .920 Connecticut .920 UNH .896 Northeastern .862 Maine .826 Providence .826 Vermont .824

Hockey east INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

CONFERENCE games

all games

Goals Kelli Stack, BC Jenn Wakefield, BU Marie-Philip Poulin, BU Kate Bacon, PC two w/ ASSISTS Mary Restuccia, BC Catherine Ward, BU Marie-Philip Poulin, BU Kelli Stack, BC Jenn Wakefield, BU POINTS Kelli Stack, BC Jenn Wakefield, BU Marie-Philip Poulin, BU Mary Restuccia, BC Jillian Kirchner, BU DEFENSEMAN SCORING Catherine Ward, BU Tara Watchorn, BU Jennifer Friedman, PC Sami Evelyn, UConn Blake Bolden, BC power play points Kelli Stack, BC Jenn Wakefield, BU Marie-Philip Poulin, BU three w/ GAA Molly Schaus, BC Kerrin Sperry, BU Genevieve Lacasse, PC Lindsey Minton, UNH Roxanne Douville, UVM Save Pct Molly Schaus, BC Genevieve Lacasse, PC Roxanne Douville, UVM Florence Schelling, NU Kerrin Sperry, BU SHUTOUTS Kerrin Sperry, BU Alexandra Garcia, UConn Lindsey Minton, UNH Florence Schelling, NU Molly Schaus, BC

First Team All-Star G-Molly Schaus, BC D-Catherine Ward, BU D-Courtney Birchard, UNH F-Marie-Philip Poulin, BU F-Kelli Stack, BC F-Jenn Wakefield, BU

Second Team All-Star G-Alexandra Garcia, UConn D-Sami Evelyn, UConn D-Amber Yung, PC F-Kate Bacon, PC F-Jillian Kirchner, BU F-Mary Restuccia, BC

Scoring Champion Kelli Stack, BC

Goaltending Champion Kerrin Sperry, BU

36 32 24 16 15 28 27 23 22 22 58 54 47 39 32 31 25 23 19 19 18 16 14 12

1.45 1.63 1.83 1.84 1.91 .942 .941 .931 .930 .929

All-Rookie Team G- Kerrin Sperry, BU G- Roxanne Douville, UVM D- Meagan Mangene, BC D- Rebecca Morse, PC F- Corinne Buie, PC F- Katie MacSorely, NU F- Marie-Philip Poulin, BU Best Defenseman Award Catherine Ward, BU

6 5 4 4 4

Goals Kelli Stack, BC 22 Jenn Wakefield, BU 17 Marie-Philip Poulin, BU 10 Ashley Cottrell, PC 10 Holly Lorms, BU 9 ASSISTS Catherine Ward, BU 18 Mary Restuccia, BC 17 Jillian Kirchner, BU 13 Kelli Stack, BC 11 Corinne Buie, PC 11 POINTS Kelli Stack, BC 33 Jenn Wakefield, BU 27 Mary Restuccia, BC 22 Catherine Ward, BU 21 Mari-Philip Poulin, BU 19 DEFENSEMAN SCORING Catherine Ward, BU 21 Rebecca Morse, PC 12 Sami Evelyn, UConn 11 Tara Watchorn, BU 10 Amber Yung, PC 10 power play points Kelli Stack, BC 12 Jenn Wakefield, BU 8 Danielle Ward, Maine 8 Mary Restuccia, BC 8 three w/ 7 GAA Kerrin Sperry, BU 1.19 Molly Schaus, BC 1.39 Alexandra Garcia, UConn 1.79 Genevieve Lacasse, PC 1.90 Florence Schelling, NU 1.96 Save Pct Kerrin Sperry, BU .945 Alexandra Garcia, UConn .943 Molly Schaus, BC .941 Genevieve Lacasse, PC .939 Kayley Herman, UNH .934 SHUTOUTS Kerrin Sperry, BU 6 Alexandra Garcia, UConn 5 Molly Schaus, BC 3 Roxanne Douville, UVM 2 Kayley Herman, UNH 2 Florence Schelling, NU 2

Honorable Mention All-Stars G-Genevieve Lacasse, PC G-Kerrin Sperry, BU D-Jennifer Friedman, PC D-Meagan Mangene, BC D-Tara Watchorn, BU F-Jennie Gallo, Maine F-Rachel Llanes, NU / Danielle Welch, BC Best Defensive Forward Holly Lorms, BU

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UNH Athletics The University The Region Whittemore Center Hockey East Media Information Administration

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wildcat HOCKEY The University

The University of UNH is a public land-, sea-, and space grant university serving an undergraduate population of 14,492 undergraduate and graduate students. A rising star among research universities, UNH retains the look and feel of a New England liberal arts college with a faculty dedicated to teaching. Athletic Department Mission UNH student-athletes participate in 20 men’s and women’s varsity sports and can be found among all seven schools and colleges of the University, including over 2,000 courses in more than 100 majors. The mission of the intercollegiate athletics program at UNH is to provide opportunities for these student-athletes to enrich their collegiate experience through participation on athletic teams that are competitive at the conference level and beyond. The intercollegiate athletic program also has an important role in enriching the quality of life for the University and statewide community, and as a source of pride and encouragement for support of the University, while maintaining high standards of academic excellence. (See statement below). History One of the most prestigious institutions in the Northeast, the University of UNH has long been recognized as a leader in education and research. Founded in 1866 as the UNH College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts, UNH was among the early state institutions of higher education whose formation was made possible by federal government land grants. The grants were provided to establish colleges to serve the sons and daughters of farming and laboring families. First situated in Hanover, N.H., in connection with Dartmouth College, UNH College moved to Durham in 1893 after Benjamin Thompson, a prosperous farmer, bequeathed land and money to further the development of the college. In 1923, the state legislature granted it a new charter as the University of New Hampshire.

University of UNH Athletic Department Mission Statement and Diversity Statement Mission Statement The mission of the intercollegiate athletics program at the University of UNH is to provide student-athletes a collegiate experience that is enriched by their participation in programs which are competitive at the NCAA Division I level both regionally and nationally. The intercollegiate athletics program also plays an important role by enhancing the quality of life for the University and statewide community by being a source of pride and identification with the University while always maintaining high standards of academic scholarship and integrity. To fulfill its mission, the intercollegiate program must: 1. Provide student-athletes every opportunity to meet academic and athletic demands with the goal of graduating every student-athlete. 2. Provide resources necessary to field competitive teams with league affiliations, and to gain regional and national recognition. 3. Provide equitable opportunities for all intercollegiate athletics by the active recruitment of minority athletes, and provide equitable opportunities for all women student-athletes commensurate with that of their male counterparts. 4. Provide excellent facilities for all athletes to train, practice and play. 5. Conduct all operations within state and federal law, University policies, rules of the NCAA, and athletics conferences in which the University competes. Diversity Statement The University seeks excellence through diversity among its administrators, faculty, staff, and students. The university prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, or marital status. The University of UNH is committed to creating a more diverse community, knowing that “inclusion, diversity and equity are values inextricably linked to our mission of educational excellence.” This diversity strengthens our ability to reach our individual and collective potential and to provide better services and care for all faculty, staff, and students.

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wildcat HOCKEY The University

Experiencing tremendous growth, the University now enrolls nearly 15,000 students from nearly all 50 states and 58 countries in undergraduate and graduate programs. At the heart of the University’s undergraduate studies is the General Education Program, a core program with a breadth of academic subjects. The GEP aims to acquaint the student with some of the major modes of thought necessary to understand oneself, others, society and the world. Campus In recent years, several athletic facilities have received major upgrades and overhauls, including the Lundholm Gymnasium basketball and volleyball court. The University also completed a new outdoor track & field facility in 2001 and completely renovated the indoor track in 2009. Other additions have been two $1.5 million outdoor artificial fields, Memorial Field and Bremner Field, as well as the Jerry Azumah Performance Center located in the UNH Field House. The strength and conditioning facility was dedicated on July 8, 2003 and doubled in size in the summer of 2009. The University has also has completed construction on four capital construction building projects, including a renovation of Dimond Library. At a cost of $31.1 million, the new 120,000 square foot Biological Sciences Building (Rudman Hall) and the Spaulding Life Sciences renovation project provides state-of-the-art teaching and research laboratories. The $8.2 million renovation project for the Memorial Union Building modernized the existing student union building to include kitchen and dining facilities, two theaters, student mailboxes, lounges and meeting rooms and the Bookstore. Holloway Commons Dining Hall was completed and provides students with one of the finest on-campus dining facilities in the nation. In November 1995, construction reached completion on the Whittemore Center, a $27 million Recreation and Sports Complex. This project included a state-of-the-art 6,000 to 7,500 seat arena used for hockey, basketball, gymnastics, concerts and convocations, as well as a new three-level recreational sports facility within the structure that had housed Snively Arena. UNH is home to the NASA-recognized Space Science Center; the Institute for Study for Earth, Oceans and Space; and the Institute of Marine Science and Engineering. The English program is staffed by winners of the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, the MacArthur Fellowship, the Edgar Allen Poe Award and the Young Poets Award. The Whittemore School of Business and Economics, established in 1962, is consistently ranked near the top among all business schools in a nationwide poll of business school deans.

Distinguished Alumni Jerry Azumah ‘99 Former NFL Pro Bowler, Chicago Bears

Ty Conklin ’01 NHL Player, Detroit Red Wings

Natalie Jacobson ’65 Former News Anchor, Boston TV

Mike Minnigan ’78 Owner, Minigan Properties; Former VP AOL

Susan Blanchard Ryan ’89 Star of movie “Open Water”

Gary DeStefano ’78 President, Nike Global Operations

Jason Krog, ‘99 AHL Player, Chicago Wolves

Ron Noble ’79 Secretary General, Interpol

Andy Brickley ’82 Former NHL Player, Boston Bruins Bruins Analyst (NESN)

Jack Edwards ’79 Announcer, Boston Bruins (NESN)

Kathryn Kross ’82 Executive Producer, “Bloomberg News”

Mike O’Malley ’92 Actor, “Glee” “My Name is Earl” “Yes, Dear”

Carlton Fisk ’69 Hall of Fame Baseball Player

Richard Linnehan ’80 NASA Astronaut

Peter Paul ’67 Owner, Paul Financial & Peter Paul Wines

Corey Graham ’07 NFL Player, Chicago Bears

John Lynch ’74 New Hampshire Governor

Robert Towse ’63 Senior Partner, Morgan Stanley

John Irving ’65 Author, “Cider House Rules”

Jackie MacMullan ’82 Journalist, ESPN & ESPN.com

Barbara Walsh ’81 Pulitzer-prize winner, Portland Press Herald

Karyn Bye ’94 1998 Olympic Gold, Ice Hockey Marcy Carsey ’66 Producer, Cosby Show & That 70’s Show

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UNH ATHletics

wildcat HOCKEY UNH athletics, steeped in tradition, continues to excel in the 21st century. In the 2010-11 calendar year of competition, the Wildcats ranked 76th out of more than 370 Division I schools in the Learfield Sports NACDA Directors’ Cup final standings. UNH’s 252.50 points, which ranked second in school history behind only the 2009-10 point total, was best in the America East conference, second highest among all CAA schools and third highest in New England. New Hampshire student-athletes excel in competition and in the classroom. UNH ranked second nationally among all public institutions with a Graduation Success Rate (GSR) or 95 percent for its student-athletes, which led both the America East conference and the Colonial Athletic Association. The field hockey, women’s gymnastics, men’s soccer, women’s ice hockey, women’s skiing, women’s track & field and women’s volleyball teams all posted perfect 100 percent GSRs, while the football team notched a 95 percent mark that tied for fifth best in the nation. Furthermore, four Wildcat teams – football, men’s indoor track & field, men’s outdoor track & field and women’s gymnastics – were honored by the NCAA for multiyear Academic Progress Rates (APR) in the top 10 percent of all teams in their respective sports. The UNH football team represented the only Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) program from a public school to receive an APR Public Recognition Award; a total of only 12 FCS teams were feted, and UNH was one of four nonIvy League schools to achieve the accolade. UNH had the highest number of honorees on the 2010 America East Fall Academic Honor Roll with 95 representatives en route to a second-place finish in the 2010-11 America East Academic Cup for the third time in four years. Both the women’s indoor track & field team and the women’s outdoor track & field team registered the highest grade-point average in their respective sports. Senior men’s soccer player Colin O’Donnell and women’s track & field graduate student Rita Ciambra were recipients of the America East Scholar-Athlete of the Year in their respective sport. The UNH women’s ice hockey team boasted an alltime best 13 student-athletes on the Women’s Hockey East Association All-Academic Team. Senior captain Courtney Birchard was named a Hockey East First Team All-Star for the second consecutive year. Birchard skated in two international tournaments as a member of Hockey Canada and earned a gold medal at both the Four Nations Cup and MLP Cup. UNH’s women’s ice hockey team recorded its 200th Whittemore Center-victory as well as the 700th overall victory in program history, and that win total is more than any U.S. women’s collegiate ice hockey team. Men’s hockey made a 10th straight NCAA tourney appearance and advanced to the regional final for the third consecutive year in 2011; it marked the team’s 14th NCAA appearance in 15 years and 21st overall. New Hampshire is the only team with an NCAA postseason victory each of the past three years (2009-10-11). The Wildcats finished at No. 9 in both national polls; they were ranked as high as No. 2 (four weeks). Paul Thompson became the eighth player in school history to be named one of 10 finalists for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award. UNH has had a top 10 finalist three of the past four years. (2008-10-11). Thompson was named to the All-America First Team and was the Hockey East Player of the Year. The team recorded 20 wins for the 14th time in the last 15 seasons and head coach Dick Umile has 18 20-win seasons in 21 years at the University. New Hampshire finished the decade (2000-09) as the winningest program in Hockey East play and its .651

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winning percentage ranked fifth in the nation. UNH’s football team qualified for the NCAA FCS postseason for the seventh consecutive year, which is the longest active streak in the nation. The Wildcats extended their mark of consecutive weeks ranked in the top 25 to 97, which is best in the CAA. In the inaugural Colonial Clash at Gillette Stadium (home of the NFL’s New England Patriots), UNH defeated UMass, 39-13. The game featured the largest crowd in CAA history (32,848) and was the highest-rated telecast in league history (0.88 rating on Comcast SportsNet New England). That victory against UMass was one of five against nationally-ranked teams in the 2010 season. The ski team (men’s and women’s combined) placed eighth at the 2011 NCAA Ski Championships to mark UNH’s top finish in 11 seasons. Junior men’s alpine skier Zach Clayton earned All-America First Team honors with a third-place finish in the slalom and Second Team with a 10th-place finish in the giant slalom at the NCAA Championships. UNH won the ECAC Swimming & Diving Championships title for the first time since 2005, as the Wildcats totaled 11 ECAC winners led by senior Amy Perrault, who contributed to six first-place finishes and helped the ‘Cats break five records to earn the Women’s Swimmer of the Meet award. Head coach Josh Willman led a women’s swimming & diving staff that was honored as Coaching Staff of the Year at both the America East Championships and ECAC Championships. The women’s outdoor track & field team won the New England Championship title for the first time in program history. Graduate student Rita Ciambra won her third America East conference title in the pole vault with a cleared height of 4.15 meters, which broke both the school and conference championship records. Ciambra went on to claim the New England outdoor title with a meet-record performance. Erica Jesseman, Camille Quarles and Keely Maguire won individual titles at the New England meet; Jesseman and Quarles did so with school-record efforts. Whitney Frates of the field hockey team was selected to the 2010 Longstreth/NFHCA Division I All-America Second Team. UNH head coach Robin Balducci and her staff was recognized as the America East Coaching Staff of the Year after leading the Wildcats to the conference’s regular-season title with an unbeaten record of 5-0. The ‘Cats were just short of advancing to the NCAA tournament with an overtime loss in the America East title game. New Hampshire entered the NFHCA Poll for the first time since 2000 and climbed as high as No. 19. The ‘Cats compiled a 14-7 overall record to mark the most victories in a single season since the 2000 squad went 14-8. Men’s soccer shut out three teams in the America East conference tournament to become the first team to achieve that feat, but the ‘Cats were defeated in the league title game by virtue of penalty kicks. It was UNH’s sixth league tourney appearance in the past eight years. Colin O’Donnell was named the America East Goalkeeper of the Year for the second consecutive year and was one of 16 players named to the NSCAA Men’s College Scholar All-America First Team. O’Donnell tied UNH’s single-season shutout record (10) and broke the goals-against-average (GAA) mark at 0.43. He led the nation in save percentage (.902) and ranked second in GAA. New Hampshire finished as runner-up at the 2011 East Atlantic Gymnastics League (EAGL) Championship, which marked the team’s best finish since 2003. Head coach Gail Goodspeed registered her 500th career

coaching victory – all at UNH – at the EAGL Championship. The Wildcats qualified for the NCAA Regional Championships and earned the No. 4 seed at the Norman (Oklahoma) Region. The women’s cross country team, led by a sixth-place individual effort from senior Sydney Fitzpatrick, ran to a second-place finish at the America East Championships. UNH then placed ninth in the 39-team field at the NCAA Northeast Regional. Fitzpatrick placed 15th overall to earn a spot on the NCAA All-Northeast Regional Team. The Wildcats, who climbed as high as No. 9 in the USTFCCA Northeast Region Poll, were named to the 2010 Division I Cross Country All-Academic Team. Men’s basketball head coach Bill Herrion recorded his 300th career coaching victory with a 65-60 victory against Colgate University (Dec. 4, 2010). UNH opened the season with a 5-2 record, which marked the team’s first 5-2 start since 1994-95. The Wildcats ended the season ranked 18th in the nation in scoring defense. Senior guard Tyrone Conley became the 28th member of UNH’s 1,000-point club. He finished his stellar career sixth all time with 1,304 points. Women’s lacrosse extended its league record for consecutive appearances in the America East Championship tournament to 14 years by advancing to the 2011 semifinals. UNH peaked at #2 in the nation in caused turnovers and was ranked in the top five for five consecutive weeks. The Wildcats had two representatives on each of the four America East All-Conference Teams (First, Second, Rookie and All-Academic). Women’s soccer qualified for the America East Championships for the 10th consecutive year, which is the longest streak in league history. The Wildcats finished the regular season ranked second in America East in points, goals and assists. Three of the 11 spots on the America East All-Academic Team were claimed by UNH players. Men’s outdoor track & field senior Mike Simon ended his impressive throwing career in the javelin with a fourth consecutive America East conference title and a first-place finish in the College Division at the prestigious Penn Relays. Matthew Guarente led the men’s indoor track & field team with an America East conference title in the high jump. The Wildcats also had a pair of second-place finishes (weight throw and 5,000 meter run) en route to fifth place overall. UNH went on to place eighth at the New England Championships. Ciambra won her third consecutive America East conference indoor track & field title in the pole vault and Megan Donahue raced to first place in the 500-meter run as the ‘Cats took fourth place overall. UNH finished seventh at the New England Championships, where Camille Quarles won the triple jump and Kaitlyn Dugan captured the pentathlon. Senior Sara Heldman of the volleyball team was honored as the 2010 America East Setter of the Year; she is the first Wildcat to earn that accolade. Heldman is the first conference player to earn both Setter of the Year and Defensive Specialist of the Year (2009) honors, and the second player in UNH history to record 1,000 digs and 1,000 assists. Under the guidance of first-year head coach Maureen Magarity – the youngest head coach in collegiate basketball (men’s or women’s) – the women’s basketball team advanced to the America East quarterfinals by doubling the previous year’s conference win total to finish sixth in the league standings.

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wildcat HOCKEY Dr. Mark Huddleston President

Mark W. Huddleston became the 19th president of the University of New Hampshire in July 2007, bringing three decades of experience in public and private education as a faculty member, dean, and senior administrator. Huddleston has been a strong advocate for increasing affordability and accessibility in higher education, and has argued that we need to rethink much of what we do to protect our core mis- sions, and to ensure that higher education remains vital and financially sustainable in the 21st century. In February 2010, he presented a 10-year strategic plan for UNH, the result of an intensive collaboration between faculty, students, staff, alumni, and the University’s wider communities. Emphasizing innovation and entrepreneurship, the plan is helping to guide the University’s re- sponse to a historic state budget cut passed by the 2011 New Hampshire Legislature. “The strategic plan commits us to finding new ways to teach, learn, discover, create, and engage in the 21st century—and posi- tions UNH to become a national leader in the redefinition of American higher education,” Huddleston says. Huddleston was raised in Syracuse, N.Y., and was the first member of his family ever to attend college. He earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from the State University of New York-Buffalo, and both a master’s degree and Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He began his academic career at SUNY-Buffalo in 1977 as an assistant professor of political science. In 1980, he joined the faculty of the University of Delaware, where he served for the next 24 years. There, he chaired the Department of Political Science and International Relations and served as associate provost for interna- tional programs. In 2001, he was named dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, overseeing 45 academic departments and centers with nearly 900 full-time faculty and staff, and serving in that capacity until he was named president of Ohio Wesleyan University in 2004. An author of numerous books and articles, he has been a consultant for both the U.S. government and international organizations. He also served as an adviser in Bosnia on rebuilding financial and administrative infrastructures after the Dayton accords. Huddleston is chair of the Presidents Council of the America East Conference, an incorporator of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, and a member of the Board of Trustees of the Speedway Children’s Charities. Huddleston and his wife, Emma Bricker, have three children, Andy, Kate, and Giles.

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The 2011-12 academic year represents the 12th season Marty Scarano has served as the Director of Ath- letics at the University of New Hampshire. During his tenure, Scarano has heightened national exposure for UNH athletics with academics, facility renovations and programmatic advancement being top priorities. With a Graduation Success Rate (GSR) of 95 percent among its student-athletes in 2010-11, UNH ranked highest in the America East Conference, the Colonial Athletic Association and second nationally among all public institutions. The field hockey, women’s gymnastics, men’s soccer, women’s ice hockey, women’s skiing, women’s track & field and women’s volleyball teams all posted perfect 100 percent GSRs while the football team notched a 95 percent mark, tied for fifth-best in the nation in its respective sport. Four Wildcat teams were honored by the NCAA for multiyear Academic Progress Rates (APRs) in the top 10 percent of all teams in their respective sports: football, men’s indoor track & field, men’s outdoor track & field and women’s gymnastics, with the football program compiling the best APR among all CAA institutions. UNH finished second in the America East Academic Cup for the third time in the last four years, achieving a 3.13 cumulative grade-point average. The Wildcats had the highest number of honorees on the 2010 America East Fall Academic Honor Roll and the second-highest percentage of student-athletes on the 2010-11 America East Winter/Spring Aca- demic Honor Roll. During the 2010-11 campaign, men’s ice hockey, football, the men’s and women’s ski teams and gymnastics, as well as members of men’s and women’s outdoor track & field, all competed in the NCAA postseason. Because of these initiatives and accomplishments, UNH athletics has consistently been ranked among the top of Division I institutions in the battle for the Learfield Sports NACDA Directors’ Cup. This past season, the Wildcats ranked 76th out of more than 370 Division I schools with 242.50 points, which was the best in America East. The Wildcats finished third behind only Connecticut (44) and Boston College (64) in the New England region. Scarano’s many accomplishments have played a key role in UNH being named one of the Top 20 Athletic Departments in the Country in U.S. News and World Report college athletics rankings in March 2002. UNH’s graduation rate for athletes has maintained levels at or exceeding 90 percent, which puts it among the nation’s best in Division I. Scarano has focused on moving UNH athletics into the collegiate national arena. To accomplish that goal, the University has taken on the task of hosting major NCAA championships. The Wildcat athletic department has played host to highly successful NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Northeast Re- gionals at the Verizon Wireless Arena (Manchester, N.H.) in 2004, 2007, 2009 and 2011. UNH has had the opportunity to host two NCAA Women’s Ice Hockey Frozen Fours in the Whittemore Center in 2002 and 2005. In addition, UNH successfully hosted the 2007 NCAA Skiing Championships in Washington Valley as well as the 2005 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Northeast Regional at the Whittemore Center Arena. The men’s hockey team, which extended the second-longest active streak of consecutive NCAA tournament appearances to 10 during the ’10-11 campaign, has claimed five Hockey East regular-season titles and participated in back-to-back Frozen Fours (2002-03) during the Scarano era. UNH football has qualified for the NCAA FCS postseason for a nation-leading seven straight seasons and has advanced to the quarterfinals six times in that span. The Wildcat women’s hockey team won the Hockey East Tournament Championship four straight seasons from 2006-09, which also included Frozen Four appearances in 2006 and 2008. The women’s gymnastics team won its first-ever EAGL title in 2003, when the event was hosted at the Whitt, and has reached the NCAA Regionals 10 times in Scarano’s 11 years at the helm. The volleyball team won an America East crown in 2002 and 2003 and went on to the NCAA tournament in those same seasons. The field hockey team qualified for the NCAAs in 2000, while women’s lacrosse made the NCAA tournament in 2004 and 2008. Additionally, 24 coaches have won 61 Coach of the Year awards during Scarano’s tenure. There have been over $9 million in capitol improvements since Scarano’s hiring in the summer of 2000. Most recently, as part of a $650,000 renovation project in the summer of 2011, the field turf at Bremner Field was replaced with a new state-of-the-art surface used by many varsity teams and for student recreational activities. In the fall of 2008, the Paul Sweet Oval renovation was completed to include new surfaces, lighting, painting, infrastructure upgrades and the replacement of windows that existed in the original architecture. The total cost of the project exceeded $500,000. In the summer of 2007, the Cowell Stadium grass field was replaced with a $1 million Field Turf synthetic surface. Additionally in 2007, a complete renovation of Lundholm Gymnasium was undertaken. The $600,000 renovation included a new stateof-the-art bleacher system, new scoreboards, competition baskets and other aesthetic enhancements. In 2007, Scarano was named the All-American Football Foundation Athletic Director of the Year for FCS football in the Northeast region. Scarano was also awarded the National Association of College Directors of Athletics (NACDA) AD of the Year for the FCS. Scarano also been an active member in the leadership of UNH’s three major conferences and was the chair of the executive committees for At- lantic 10 football, Hockey East and America East from 2003 to 2007. He also served as chair of the NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Committee in 2005-06 and 2006-07 and is currently on the America East Executive Council. Scarano held the position of Athletics Director at Colorado College from July 1996 through June 2000. During his tenure, Colorado College was ranked among the top 20 Division III programs in the Sears Cup national standings and produced several AllAmericans, all-academic award winners and NCAA post-graduate scholarship recipients. Prior to his stay in Colorado Springs, Scarano worked for 13 years at Colgate University, where he served as assistant director of athletics, director of physical education, associate director, and senior associate director. Scarano, a native of Pittsburgh, Pa., is a 1978 graduate of Penn State University, where he started his athletic career as assistant ticket manager and the athletics events manager from 1980-83. Scarano holds a Master’s Degree in Environmental History from Colgate. He and his wife, Cyd- ney, have three children, with daughter, Lynden, and son, Kyle, currently enrolled at UNH, while daughter, Corey, is a junior at Oyster River High School.

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wildcat HOCKEY While the University of New Hampshire Wildcat hockey teams endured a long season on the road in 1994-95, the sacrifice was worth it. The future of Wildcat hockey is the brightest it has ever been. In September 1994, the University System of New Hampshire trustees voted in favor of construction of a $26.5 million arena and recreation complex, and in just over one year, the project reached fruition. The Whittemore Center opened November 10, 1995 with the Wildcat men’s team upsetting defending national champion Boston University, 6-5 in overtime. The arena brings the University’s athletic facilities to a state-of-the-art level and positions UNH as a leader among the region’s colleges and universities. In addition to the athletic arena created by the project, Snively Arena, the former hockey rink, was converted into a recreational sports facility. Coupled with the Memorial Union building and Dimond Library renovations, the project has transformed the quality of student life on the UNH campus. A variety of reasons created the demand for such a facility on the Durham campus: the growing value placed on health

and fitness; activities; existing space deficiencies; the inadequacy of Snively Arena as a hockey facility and the need for a quality campus events center. The three-floor recreation facility eliminated the space deficiency and gave the entire student population ample health and fitness opportunities. The 6,501-seat hockey arena known as Towse Rink was designed for easy conversion to a 7,500-seat facility for revenue-producing concerts, exhibitions and other events. With its seating capacity of 6,501, the Whittemore Center nearly doubled the size of Snively Arena. The hockey rink became the sixth in the nation to feature an Olympic-sized ice surface (200’x100’) instead of the standard 200’x85’ (Snively’s dimensions).

Towse Rink

• 6,501-seat capacity for hockey and up to 7,200 for concerts and similar events. A total of 4,300 of the seats feature backs with arm rests on each side. The remaining seats have molded bottoms. • A bowl configuration. Fans enter at a concourse level and move down to their seats. • An Olympic-size ice surface (200’x100’) for hockey. • Four concession areas (each 250 sq. feet) and six rest room facilities (two 1,125 sq. feet; four 850 sq. feet). • A main lobby (3,800 sq. feet) and a public skating lobby (850 sq. feet). • A pro shop (200 sq. feet) and ticket office (200 sq. feet). • Men’s and women’s hockey coaches’ offices (175 sq. feet). • Men’s and women’s hockey locker rooms (1,200 sq. feet). • Training room (450 sq. feet), weight room (600 sq. feet) and meeting room (800 sq. feet). • Center-hung scoreboard and end-rink messageboard.

This cardio room, located across the hallway from the women’s ice hockey locker room on the ice level of the Whittemore Center, is utilized by the team throughout the season.

Hamel Recreation Sports Center

• Three floors. • A gymnasium (22,800 sq. feet) with three standard-sized basketball courts. • Two multipurpose athletic courts (5,575 sq. feet). • Free-weight room (3,025 sq. feet). • Fitness room (3,750 sq. feet). • Four racquetball courts (800 sq. feet each). • Jogging track (4,975 sq. feet). • Men’s and women’s locker rooms (1,350 sq. feet).

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Whittemore Center Facts

• The Whittemore Center was the site of the women’s Frozen Four in both 2002 and 2005, as well as the 2007 and 2009 Women’s Hockey East Championship. • The UNH women’s hockey team made its Whittemore Center debut Dec. 12, 1995 when the ‘Cats defeated Yale, 12-0. That game produced the first goal (Melisa Heitzman), first hat trick (Brandy Fisher) and first shutout (Dina Solimini). • The Whittemore Center is the site of the longest collegiate ice hockey game (men’s or women’s). On March 10, 1996, 800 spectators witnessed the UNH women’s hockey team defeat Providence College, 3-2, in the fifth overtime of the ECAC title game. • A total of 2,786 fans watched the Hockey East All-Stars face off against Team USA at the Whittemore Center on Dec. 11, 2005. Team USA returned to the Whittemore Center to once again face off against a Hockey East All-Star Team in November 2009.

The Whittemore Center Home-Ice Advantage Season Record 1995-96 13-1-2 1996-97 9-3-0 1997-98 10-1-2 1998-99 12-2-2 1999-2000 16-2-0 2000-01 9-8-0 2001-02 11-6-2 2002-03 15-1-0 2003-04 11-3-1 2004-05 14-2-4 2005-06 17-0-0 2006-07 15-2-4 2007-08 17-1-1 2008-09 14-1-3 2009-10 10-4-3 2010-11 7-9-0 Total 200-46-24

Win% .875 .750 .846 .813 .889 .529 .632 .938 .767 .800 1.000 .810 .921 .861 .676 .438 .785

All-Time Winningest Women’s Ice Hockey Programs Victories

1. New Hampshire 2. Providence 3. Dartmouth 4. Northeastern 5. Brown

Winning percentage

1. Minnesota 2. Mercyhurst 3. New Hampshire 4. Wisconsin 5. Minnesota-Duluth

701 629 566 503 439 .778 .770 .765 .762 .755

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The Women’s Hockey East Association will celebrate its 10th anniversary season of play after officially commencing league action in the fall of 2002. In nine years, the conference has emerged as one of the top women’s ice hockey conferences in the nation, having sent five teams to the Frozen Four and 11 teams to the NCAA Tournament, which includes the most successful season in 20102011, sending Boston University and Boston College to the Frozen Four with the Terriers making the league’s first appearance in the NCAA national championship game. In 2011, the Boston College Eagles earned their first WHEA Tournament championship in school history by defeating Northeastern. The Terriers hosted the ninth annual tournament championship at Walter Brown Arena as the top seed in the tournament, claiming the first regular-season championship in school history. BC’s Kelli Stack was named Player of the Year for a league-record third time and BU’s Marie-Philip Poulin took home Rookie of the Year honors. PC’s Bob Deraney won the Coach of the Year Award for the second consecutive season. Vermont freshman defensemen Megan Dalbec posted a 4.0 GPA to earn Hockey East Top-Scholar Athlete honors headlining the list of a league-record 89 student-athletes named to the WHEA All-Academic Team in 20102011. The league also honored four studentathletes that received “Distinguished Scholar” status. Those earning “Distinguished Scholar” status achieved a 3.0 or better in each semester over four varsity seasons. Maine’s Jennie Gallo and Danielle Cyr were two teammates honored with the distinction, while Boston College’s Molly Schaus and UNH’s Kayley Herman were also recipients of the honor. In February 2007, the league debuted its inaugural “Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer.” The one-day event was hosted by Hockey East schools as a way to establish a greater fan base, to raise needed funds, and to work with the specific charities to raise awareness for both the league and the specific cause. In the initial year, close to $20,000 was donated back to local breast cancer charities (Friends of Mel’s Foundation and the American Cancer Society), vastly exceeding expectations. Last year, over $31,000 was raised to bring the four-year total to over $145,000. “Skating Strides” has won two national awards at NACMA in the “Single Day Attendance Promotion” category in 2007 and 2009. The fifth annual “Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer” will have an event on every WHEA campus this season, as well as participation by all of the Hockey East men’s teams over the course of two weekends. History As women’s ice hockey steadily expanded from its original status as an emerging

sport to its current status as an established NCAA championship sport, it became apparent that Hockey East should seriously consider sponsoring a separate league to accommodate its five member schools that initially had varsity programs for women: Boston College, Maine, New Hampshire, Northeastern and Providence. The uncertainty remained until a split in the Eastern College Athletic Conference grouped the five aforementioned programs into a separate league, the ECAC Women’s Eastern League, along with three other unaffiliated programs. Seeking league solidarity, administrators from the five Hockey East institutions acted. In September of 2001, the long-incubated idea became a reality when the athletic directors voted to found the new women’s league under the existing Hockey East banner, with play scheduled to begin no later than the 2004-05 season. The five schools with varsity programs entered as charter members with the stipulation that any other Hockey East school that added a varsity women’s program in the future would be freely admitted to the league. Expediting the process in the interests of the participating teams, the league and the sport itself, Commissioner Joe Bertagna worked with a selected task force to successfully prepare the Hockey East women’s league for launch in the 2002-03 season, two years ahead of schedule. An important part of that process was the acceptance of an invitation extended to the University of Connecticut to join the newly formed league as its sixth active member. The triumphant effort immediately afforded the participating administrators a stronger voice in the advancement of their women’s ice hockey programs and alleviated the ECAC of continuing the maintenance of the Women’s Eastern League. Players, fans, coaches and administrators alike were all anticipating the intensified competition created by the new circle of teams that were already familiar rivals. In 2005, the Women’s Hockey East Association welcomed the addition of two more teams to its growing family, Boston University and the University of Vermont. For BU, it marked the inaugural season for women’s hockey as a varsity sport. Although the Women’s Hockey East Association is still in its infancy, its member programs have storied histories that include several championships and individual awards at the highest levels of play. The first 14 ECAC championships were shared among New Hampshire, Northeastern and Providence, all charter members of Hockey East. Northeastern forward Brooke Whitney was named the recipient of the 2002 Patty Kazmaier Award as the nation’s top female collegiate player, an honor first won by New Hampshire’s Brandy Fisher in 1998. Had the award been in existence beforehand, it surely would have been won at some point by Cammi Granato, a three-time ECAC Player of the Year who led Providence to back-to-back championships in 1992 and 1993. Five years later, in 1998,

alongside nine other alums of what are now Hockey East programs, Granato captained Team USA to the Olympic gold medal during the first Olympic tournament that featured women’s ice hockey as a medal sport. Granato will be inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame in October for her contributions to the sport. Beginning in 2009, the WHEA athletic directors voted to honor the league Player of the Year with the Cammi Granato Award. Perhaps the proudest legacy that the Women’s Hockey East Association has established is the Hockey Humanitarian Award. The most prestigious off-ice honor, and arguably the highest overall honor in the sport, the Hockey Humanitarian Award recognizes college hockey’s finest citizen each year and encompasses both male and female athletes in all divisions. Its winners have demonstrated outstanding contributions to society through leadership in charity work and volunteerism. Northeastern senior forward Missy Elumba was the 2009 recipient, as the fifth Hockey East student-athlete to receive the prestigious honor. Elumba was the 14th all-time recipient and joined former Husky goaltender Chanda Gunn, who received the award in 2004, as the second athlete in Northeastern women’s hockey history. BC’s Sarah Carlson received it in 2005, making Women’s Hockey East the first league to boast back-to-back winners.

STAFF

Commissioner- Joe Bertagna Associate Commissioner- Kathy Wynters Director of Public Relations- Pete Souris Supervisor of Officials-Dave Lezenski Asst. to Supervisor of Officials John Gallagher Graduate Assistant- Andrew Zagorianakos

2010-11 PRESEASON POLL Rk. Team (FPV) Pts. 1. Boston University (6) 55 2. Boston College (2) 51 3. Northeastern 42 4. Providence 39 5. Connecticut 30 6. Vermont 24 7. New Hampshire 21 8. Maine 18

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The UNH women’s ice hockey media guide was prepared by the University’s athletic media relations office to assist the media in its coverage of UNH hockey and to provide pertinent information about the UNH hockey program. Requests for additional information, interviews and photographs should be directed to Doug Poole, Associate Director of Athletic Media Relations, at (603) 862-2585 or doug.poole@unh.edu. GAME CREDENTIALS: Only accredited members of the media covering games or working on feature stories will receive credentials for any game at the Whittemore Center or road contests. This is applicable to all mediums, including journalists, broadcasters, photographers and videographers. Requests for a credential should be made as far in advance as possible, but not less than 24 hours before game time, to Doug Poole. Credentials are available game day at the Whittemore Center box office one hour prior to the start of the game. A valid form of identification is required to acquire the media credential at the box office. RADIO LINES: Visiting radio phone lines at the Whittemore Center are available at no charge through the UNH Athletic Media & Public Relations office. Following the guidelines of requesting a game credential, contact Doug Poole to reserve a phone line. PRESS BOX GAME SERVICES: Pregame notes that include updated statistics, as well as line charts, conference notes and game programs will be available in the press box prior to the start of every UNH home game. Shot charts will be provided at both the first and second intermissions and final stat packages will be available shortly following the conclusion of the game. A postgame press conference – attended by coaches and players requested by the media – will be held following the NCAA-mandated 10-minute cooling off period. INTERVIEWS: All interviews with coaches and players, be it in person or via telephone or e-mail, must be arranged through Doug Poole of the UNH athletic media & public relations office. On game days, players and coaches will not be available to the media prior to the postgame press conference. UNH ATHLETIC MEDIA & Public RELATIONS: The University’s Athletic Media & Public Relations office is located on the main level of the Field House in Room 151. The mailing address is Athletic Media Relations Office, University of New Hampshire, Field House Room 151, 145 Main Street, Durham NH 03824.

wildcat primary media list PRINT MEDIA Associated Press Concord, NH (603) 224-3327

Lawrence Eagle Tribune North Andover, MA (508) 685-1000

Boston Globe Boston, MA (617) 929-2860

Nashua Telegraph Nashua, NH (603) 594-6467

Boston Herald Boston, MA (617) 462-3005

New England Hockey Journal Quincy, MA (617) 773-9955

Concord Monitor Concord, NH (603) 224-5301

The New Hampshire Durham, NH (603) 862-1490

Foster’s Daily Democrat Dover, NH (603) 742-4455

Portsmouth Herald Portsmouth, NH (603) 436-1800

Keene Sentinel Keene, NH (603) 352-1234

Union Leader Manchester, NH (603) 668-4321

Laconia Citizen Laconia, NH (603) 524-3800

Valley News White River Junction, Vt. (603) 298-8711

Television

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WMUR (ABC) Manchester, NH (603) 641-9007

New England Sports Network Boston, MA (617) 536-9233 Comcast SportsNet New England Burlington, MA

Media Information

The University of New Hampshire’s Athletic Media & Public Relations office welcomes members of the media covering the Wildcats during the 2011-12 season.

Wildcat SPORTS Radio NETWORK WGIR 610 AM Manchester, NH (Central NH) WQSO 96.7 FM Portsmouth, NH (Seacoast NH) WGIN 930 AM Rochester, NH (Seacoast NH) WNTK 99.7 FM New London, NH (Upper Valley NH)

WASR 1420 AM Wolfeboro, NH (North region) WSMN 1590 AM Nashua, NH (Southern NH)

WUNH 91.3 FM Durham, NH

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wildcat HOCKEY Individual Records Team Records Year-by-Year Results Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award All-Americans The UNH Hockey Experience Year of the Wildcat

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Decades of UNH Wildcats gathered as the Russell J. McCurdy Gallery was dedicated in honor of the program’s legendary coach on Dec. 10, 2006.

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Brandy Fisher

Kathy Bryant

145 Career Assists

129 Career Goals

1998: 1997: 1996: 1995:

Goals in a season Player 1. Brandy Fisher 2. Wendy Tatarouns 3. Carisa Zaban Kathy Bryant 5. Brandy Fisher Gail Griffith 7. Jenn Wakefield 8. Jennifer Hitchcock Samm Holmes Robin Balducci Marcy Pannabecker Kathy Bryant Kathy Bryant Melissa White 15. Carisa Zaban Brandy Fisher 17. Sadie Wright-Ward Carisa Zaban Karyn Bye Andria Hunter

Year 1998 1995 2000 1979 1995 1979 2009 2006 1999 1983 1981 1980 1978 1978 1999 1997 2006 1997 1991 1989

All-Time Goals leaders Player 1. Brandy Fisher 2. Carisa Zaban 3. Kathy Bryant 4. Karyn Bye 5. Melisa Heitzman Samm Holmes 7. Robin Balducci 8. Andria Hunter 9. Jennifer Hitchcock 10. Gail Griffith 11. Marcy Delaney Stephanie Jones 13. Sam Faber 14. Wendy Tatarouns 15. Annie Camins Sadie Wright-Ward Michelle Thornton 18. Kelly Paton Diane Langlais 20. Tricia Dunn 21. Jenn Wakefield Leah Craig Kip Porter 24. Melissa McKenzie 25. Tina Carrabba

Years 1995-98 1996-2000 1978-81 1990-93 1996-99 1997-2000 1981-84 1987-90 2005–08 1977-80 1980-83 2002-05 2006–09 1992-95 1993-96 2004-08 1998-2001 2007-10 1978-82 1993-96 2008- 2005-08 1980-83 1997-2000 1997-2000

42 29 25 33

Goals in a Game 6 Kathy Bryant (Feb, 23, 1979 vs. UConn) Marcy Pannabecker (Jan. 17, 1981 at Ithaca) Annie Camins (Dec. 10, 1994 vs. Bowdoin) Goals 42 38 35 35 33 33 32 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 29 29 28 28 28 28 Goals 129 118 110 100 97 97 94 91 89 80 78 78 77 74 66 64 64 62 62 60 59 59 59 58 56

points

1978: 1979: 1980: 1981:

Assists in a season Player 1. Kathy Bryant 2. Kathy Bryant 3. Melissa White 4. Carisa Zaban 5. Brandy Fisher 6. Micaela Long Carisa Zaban 8. Carisa Zaban Kathy Bryant 10. Jennifer Hitchcock 11. Wendy Tatarouns 12. Sadie Wright-Ward Nicole Hekle 14. Kelly Paton Martine Garland Robin Balducci Laura Brown 18. Brandy Fisher Diane Langlais Melissa White

Year 1979 1980 1978 1997 1999 2010 1999 2000 1978 2006 1995 2006 2005 2010 2006 1984 1983 1995 1980 1979

All-Time Assists leaders Player 1. Carisa Zaban Kathy Bryant 3. Sam Faber 4. Brandy Fisher 5. Kelly Paton 6. Lindsay Hansen Melisa Heitzman 8. Michelle Thornton 9. Samm Holmes 10. Diane Langlais Sadie Wright-Ward 12. Martine Garland Robin Balducci 14. Jennifer Hitchcock Tina Carrabba Kristen Thomas 17. Nicole Hekle 18. Kacey Bellamy 19. Andria Hunter 20. Micaela Long 21. Marcy Delaney 22. Wendy Tatarouns Gaby Haroules 24. Heather Reinke 25. Lorie Hutchinson Melissa White

Years 1996-2000 1978-81 2006–09 1995-98 2007-10 2003-06 1996-99 1998-2001 1997-2000 1979-82 2004-08 2004-08 1981-84 2005-08 1997-2000 2001-04 2004-07 2006-09 1987-90 2007-10 1980-83 1992-95 1978-81 1994-97 1981-84 1977-79

263 Career Points

37 43 42 23

Assists in a Game Nicki Luongo (Nov. 15, 1998 vs. Maine)

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Assists 43 42 41 40 39 38 38 37 37 36 34 33 33 32 32 32 32 31 31 31 Assists 145 145 112 111 100 97 97 93 88 87 87 86 86 83 83 83 81 80 79 78 77 75 75 73 72 72

Carisa Zaban

2000: 1999: 1997: 1996:

72 67 68 56

scoring Records

Goals

Points in a Game 9 Kathy Bryant (Dec. 7, 1977 vs. Boston Univ.)

Points in a season Player 1. Brandy Fisher 2. Kathy Bryant 3. Carisa Zaban Wendy Tatarouns Kathy Bryant 6. Melissa White 7. Carisa Zaban 8. Carisa Zaban Kathy Bryant 10. Jennifer Hitchcock 11. Brandy Fisher 12. Gail Griffith 13. Sadie Wright-Ward 14. Melisa Heitzman Robin Balducci 16. Melisa Heitzman Carisa Zaban 18. Samm Holmes Diane Langlais 20. Robin Balducci

Year 1998 1979 2000 1995 1980 1978 1997 1999 1978 2006 1995 1979 2006 1997 1983 1998 1996 1999 1980 1984

All-Time Points leaders Player 1. Carisa Zaban 2. Kathy Bryant 3. Brandy Fisher 4. Melisa Heitzman 5. Sam Faber 6. Samm Holmes 7. Robin Balducci 8. Jennifer Hitchcock 9. Andria Hunter 10. Karyn Bye 11. Kelly Paton 12. Michelle Thornton 13. Marcy Delaney 14. Sadie Wright-Ward 15. Wendy Tatarouns Diane Langlais 17. Gail Griffith 18. Stephanie Jones 19. Tina Carrabba 20. Annie Camins 21. Lindsay Hansen 22. Nicole Hekle 23. Leah Craig Gaby Haroules 25. Micaela Long

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Years 1996-2000 1978-81 1995-98 1996-99 2006–09 1997-2000 1981-84 2005-08 1987-90 1990-93 2007-10 1998-2001 1980-83 2004-08 1992-95 1979-82 1977-80 2002-05 1997-2000 1993-96 2003-06 2004-07 2005-08 1978-81 2007-10

Points 81 78 72 72 72 71 68 67 67 66 64 63 61 57 57 56 56 55 55 54 Points 263 255 240 194 189 185 180 172 170 164 162 157 155 151 149 149 147 142 139 136 135 134 127 127 126

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goaltending records

wildcat HOCKEY

wins

save Pct.

Melissa Bourdon

Cathy Narsiff

Wins in a season Player 1. Kayley Herman 2. Melissa Bourdon Alicia Roberts 4. Jen Huggon 5. Melissa Bourdon

wins in a Career Player 1. Melissa Bourdon 2. Alicia Roberts 3. Jen Huggon 4. Cathy Narsiff Dina Solimini

2007: 2006: 2005: 2004:

22 28 18 18

Year 2008 2006 1998 2003 2007

Wins 29 28 28 26 22

Years 2004-07 1997-2000 2000-03 1984-87 1994-96

Wins 86 76 74 52 52

shutouts

Save Pct. in a season Player 1. Cathy Narsiff 2. Cathy Narsiff 3. Kayley Herman 4. Jen Huggon 5. Jen Huggon

Player 1. Cathy Narsiff 2. Melissa MacDonald 3. Jen Huggon 4. Liz Tura 5. Kayley Herman

2007: 2006: 2005: 2004: Consecutive shutouts Melissa Bourdon (2006) cons. shutout min. Melissa Bourdon (2006)

341:49

shutouts in a season Player 1. Jen Huggon 2. Melissa Bourdon 3. Kayley Herman Melissa Bourdon 5. Melissa Bourdon

Year 2003 2006 2008 2007 2004

Shutouts in a Career Player 1. Melissa Bourdon 2. Jen Huggon 3. Cathy Narsiff 4. Alicia Roberts 5. Kayley Herman Dina Solimini

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Shutouts 14.00 10.00 9.00 9.00 7.00

Years Shutouts 2004-07 30.00 2000-03 26.00 1984-87 16.00 1997-2000 14.83 2008– 14.00 1994-96 14.00

Save Pct. .948 .946 .938 .931 .930

Save Pct. .935 .927 .924 .921 .918

GAA in a season Player 1. Kayley Herman 2. Melissa Bourdon 3. Lynn Walsh 4. Cathy Narsiff 5. Jen Huggon

GAA in a Career Player 1. Liz Tura 2. Melissa Bourdon 3. Kayley Herman 4. Cathy Narsiff 5. Kathy Kazmaier

2003: 2002: 2001: 2000:

Saves in a Period Jen Huggon (Feb. 4, 2001 vs. Brown)

Player 1. Jen Huggon 2. Jen Huggon 3. Jen Huggon 4. Alicia Roberts 5. Dina Solimini

Saves in a Career Player 1. Jen Huggon 2. Alicia Roberts 3. Melissa Bourdon 4. Dina Solimini 5. Erin Whitten

2.04 0.73 0.00 0.00

Year 2008 2006 1980 1987 2003

GAA 1.07 1.18 1.28 1.35 1.52

Years 1985-88 2004-07 2008– 1984-87 1981-84

GAA 1.50 1.62 1.65 1.70 1.74

Jen Huggon

7,396 Career Minutes

705 809 841 496

2003: 2002: 2001: 2000:

2085:40 2021:19 2025:48 1263:18

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Saves in a Game 48 Alicia Roberts (March 27, 1999 vs. Harvard)

Saves in a season

1988: 1987: 1986: 1985:

Minutes

Jen Huggon

9 10 4 7 4

Years 1984-87 1997-99 2000-03 1979-82 2008–

.948 .946 .913 .914

2,851 Career Saves

30 Career Shutouts

Year 1987 1986 2008 2002 2003

Save Pct. in a Career

Saves

Melissa Bourdon

1987: 1986: 1985: 1984:

Liz Tura

1.50 Career GAA

.935 Career Save Pct.

86 Career Wins

G.A.A.

Year 2001 2002 2003 1999 1995

Saves 841 809 705 684 656

Years 2000-03 1998-2000 2004-07 1994-96 1990-93

Saves 2,851 2,090 2,060 1,602 1,556

Minutes in a game 145:35 Dina Solimini (March 10, 1996 vs. Providence)

minutes in a season Player 1. Jen Huggon 2. Alicia Roberts 3. Kayley Herman 4. Jen Huggon 5. Jen Huggon

Year 2003 1998 2008 2001 2002

minutes in a Career Player 1. Jen Huggon 2. Melissa Bourdon 3. Alicia Roberts 4. Kayley Herman 5. Dina Solimini

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Years 2000-03 2004-07 1997-2000 2008– 1994-96

Minutes 2085:40 2038:04 2026:45 2025:48 2021:19 Minutes 7396:05 7022:21 6526:33 4447:31 4390:44

wildcat HOCKEY Assists

1978 K. Bryant, M. White 30 Melissa White 41 1979 Kathy Bryant 35 Kathy Bryant 43 1980 Kathy Bryant 30 Kathy Bryant 42 1981 Marcy Pannabecker 30 Gaby Haroules 29 1982 R. Balducci, L. Hutchinson 21 Marcy Pannabecker 29 1983 Robin Balducci 30 Laura Brown 32 1984 Robin Balducci 22 Robin Balducci 32 1985 C. Allwood, L. Apollo 18 Vivienne Ferry 23 1986 K. Stone, V. Ferry 13 Janet Siddall 15 1987 Andria Hunter 20 A. Hunter, K. Stone 19 1988 Andria Hunter 20 Heidi Chalupnik 24 1989 Andria Hunter 28 L. Prisco, K. Akre 21 1990 Karyn Bye 23 Andria Hunter 23 1991 Karyn Bye 29 Karen Akre 18 1992 Karyn Bye 25 Sue Merz 19 1993 Karyn Bye 23 W. Tatarouns 15 S. Merz, K. Bye 1994 Steph Knox 19 Annie Camins 19 1995 Wendy Tatarouns 38 Wendy Tatarouns 34 1996 Carisa Zaban 26 Carisa Zaban 30 1997 Brandy Fisher 29 Carisa Zaban 40 1998 Brandy Fisher 42 Brandy Fisher 39 1999 Samm Holmes 30 Carisa Zaban 38 2000 Carisa Zaban 35 Carisa Zaban 37 2001 Michelle Thornton 15 Michelle Thornton 23 2002 Stephanie Jones 17 Kira Misikowetz 25 2003 Stephanie Jones 22 A. Edgar, K. Thomas 23 2004 Carolyn Gordon 23 Lindsay Hansen 29 2005 Stephanie Jones 24 Nicole Hekle 33 2006 Jennifer Hitchcock 30 Jennifer Hitchcock 36 2007 Jennifer Hitchcock 25 Sam Faber 29 2008 Jenn Wakefield 27 S. Faber, S. Wright-Ward 24 2009 Jenn Wakefield 32 Sam Faber 30 2010 Kelly Paton 19 Micaela Long 38 2011 Arielle O’Neill 11 Kristina Lavoie 11

Points

Melissa White Kathy Bryant Kathy Bryant Marcy Pannabecker Lorie Hutchinson Robin Balducci Robin Balducci Vivienne Ferry Janet Siddall Andria Hunter Andria Hunter Andria Hunter Karyn Bye Karyn Bye Karyn Bye Karyn Bye

71 78 72 53 47 57 54 40 24 34 37 48 43 40 41 38

Steph Knox Wendy Tatarouns Carisa Zaban Carisa Zaban Brandy Fisher Carisa Zaban Carisa Zaban Michelle Thornton Kira Misikowetz Stephanie Jones Lindsay Hansen Nicole Hekle Jennifer Hitchcock Sam Faber Sam Faber Jenn Wakefield Kelly Paton Micaela Long Kristina Lavoie

36 72 56 68 81 67 72 38 39 37 40 52 66 46 49 49 51 51 20

Yer-by-year Leaders

LEADING SCORERS SINCE 1978 Year Goals

Kathy Bryant (left) congratulates Carisa Zaban upon becoming UNH’s all-time leading scorer. Zaban recorded her 256th career point Feb. 20, 2000 to surpass Bryant’s previous benchmark of 255 points. Zaban, one of two Wildcats to lead the team in scoring four times, compiled a total of 263 career points. She finished tied with Bryant atop the all-time assist list at 145 and No. 2 on the all-time goals list at 118.

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scoring leaders

wildcat HOCKEY The Century Club Player

1. Carisa Zaban 2. Kathy Bryant 3. Brandy Fisher 4. Melisa Heitzman 5. Sam Faber 6. Samm Holmes 7. Robin Balducci 8. Jennifer Hitchcock 9. Andria Hunter 10. Karyn Bye 11. Kelly Paton 12. Michelle Thornton 13. Marcy Delaney 14. Sadie Wright-Ward 15. Wendy Tatarouns Diane Langlais 17. Gail Griffith 18. Stephanie Jones 19. Tina Carrabba 20. Annie Camins 21. Lindsay Hansen 22. Nicole Hekle 23. Leah Craig Gaby Haroules 25. Micaela Long 26. Kip Porter 27. Laura Brown 28. Melissa McKenzie 29. Lorie Hutchinson 30. Tricia Dunn 31. Janet Siddall Melissa White 33. Carolyn Gordon Cheryl Allwood 35. Cindy MacKay Kristen Thomas 37. Sue Merz Kacey Bellamy 39. Martine Garland 40. Heidi Chalupnik 41. Heather Reinke 42. Vivienne Ferry

Years

1996-2000 1978-81 1995-98 1996-99 2006-09 1997-2000 1981-84 2005–08 1987-90 1990-93 2007-10 1998-2001 1980-83 2004–08 1992-95 1979-82 1978-80 2002-05 1997-2000 1993-96 2003-06 2004-07 2005-08 1978-81 2007-10 1980-83 1980-83 1997-2000 1981-84 1993-96 1984-87 1978-79 2001-04 1985-88 1980-83 2001-04 1991-94 2006-09 2004-08 1987-90 1994-97 1984-87

** Not available for the 1978 and 1979 seasons

GP

129 ** 112 139 143 135 82 147 90 87 108 133 ** 144 100 ** ** 142 137 98 140 145 144 ** 143 78 75 131 77 80 81 ** 142 86 83 138 79 143 144 82 91 85

Defensemen scoring leaders Player

1. Cindy MacKay Kristen Thomas 3. Kacey Bellamy 4. Martine Garland Lauren Apollo 6. Heather Reinke 7. Katey Stone 8. Allison Edgar 9. Kerry Maher 10. Shawna Davidson Nicki Luongo

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Years

1980-83 2001-04 2006-09 2004-08 1982-85 1994-97 1985-88 2001-04 1997-2000 1989-92 1995-99

GP

83 138 143 144 80 91 86 137 123 86 85

G

37 26 27 19 40 30 44 39 32 31 28

G

118 110 129 97 77 97 94 89 91 100 43 64 78 64 74 62 80 78 56 66 38 53 59 52 48 59 53 58 46 60 55 44 54 55 44 26 53 27 19 36 30 65

A

145 145 111 97 112 88 86 83 79 64 68 93 77 87 75 87 67 64 83 70 97 81 68 75 78 63 68 62 72 57 61 72 61 56 72 82 54 80 86 68 73 54

Pts

263 255 240 194 189 185 180 172 170 164 111 157 155 151 149 149 147 142 139 136 135 134 127 127 126 122 121 120 118 117 116 116 115 111 108 108 107 107 105 104 103 100

Sam Faber

CURRENT PLAYERS IN BOLD

A

71 82 80 86 65 73 53 56 57 53 56

Pts

108 108 107 105 105 103 97 95 89 84 84

Player

12. Courtney Birchard 13. Beth Barnhill Colleen Coyne 15. Carol Weston 16. Shelly DiFronzo 17. Pam Manning Jaime DeGriselles 19. Larna Moody 20. Sara McKay Brandi Kerns Terry Strack

Years

2008–11 1984-87 1990-93 1988-91 1985-89 1985-88 1996-2000 1986-89 1982-85 1998-2002 1981-84

GP

117 85 90 88 84 86 142 82 80 143 82

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Alllison Edgar G

34 32 24 20 27 13 8 14 17 13 10

A

47 37 45 47 35 41 46 35 28 32 35

Pts

81 69 69 67 62 54 54 59 45 45 45

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WINS & LOSSES

Best record: 21-0-0 (1980-81) Most wins: 33 (2005-06 & 2007-08) Most consecutive wins: 21 (1980-81) Longest unbeaten streak: 29 (28-0-1; 2005-06) Most losses: 17 (2000-01) Most consecutive losses: 8 (2010-11) Longest winless streak: 8 (2010-11) Most ties: 6 (2004-05) Most overtime games: 8 (1998-99; 2001-02; 2004-05) Most overtime wins: 3 (1995-96) Most overtime losses: 3 (1994-95) Fewest wins: 14 (1993-94; 2010-11)

GOALS / ASSISTS / POINTS

Most goals scored: 230 (1997-98) Highest scoring average: 7.40 (1997-98) Most assists: 307 (1997-98) Most points: 537 (1997-98) Most goals allowed: 82 (2000-01) Highest scoring average against: 2.60 (1993-94) Most assists allowed: 126 (2008-09) Most points allowed: 205 (2000-01) Fewest goals scored: 58 (2010-11) Fewest assists: 86 (2010-11) Fewest points: 144 (2010-11) Lowest scoring average: 1.66 (2010-11) Fewest goals allowed: 41 (38 games, 2007-08) 26 (20 games, 1986-87) Lowest scoring average against: 1.07 (2007-08) Fewest assists allowed: 50 (1991-92) Fewest points allowed: 84 (20 games, 1990-91) Most shutouts: 14 (2002-03) Most shutouts by opponent: 5 (2000-01; 2010-11) Most hat tricks: 13 (1994-95)

SPECIAL TEAMS

Most power-play goals: 60 (2005-06) Most power-play goals allowed: 30 (2008-09) Most shorthanded goals: 11 (1999-2000; 2008-09) Most shorthanded goals allowed: 5 (1999-2000; 03-04; 09-10)

SHOTS

Most shots: 1,783 (1997-98) Fewest shots: 743 (1992-93) Most shots allowed: 923 (2000-01) Fewest shots allowed: 420 (1987-88)

PENALTIES

Most penalties: 223 (2007-08) Most penalty minutes: 476 (2007-08) Fewest penalties: 78 (1987-88) Fewest penalty minutes: 164 (1987-88; 1989-90)

team records

SEASON

GOALS / ASSISTS / POINTS Most goals: 18 (18-1 at Bowdoin, 12/10/94) Most power-play goals: 5 (vs. Yale, 11/21/98; vs. Dartmouth, 1/16/09) Most assists: 27 (16-1 vs. Colby College, 12/12/98) Most points: 45 (16-1 vs. Colby College, 12/12/98) Most goals allowed: 9 (vs. Concordia, 1994-95) Most power-play goals allowed: 4 (vs. Harvard, 3/22/99) Most shorthanded goals: 2 (vs. Yale, 2/27/99; vs. Yale, 11/13/99) Most shorthanded goals allowed: 1 (multiple times) Most hat tricks: 4 (at Bowdoin, 12/10/94) SHOTS Most shots: 84 (vs. Colby, 12/12/98) Fewest shots: 3 (at Harvard, 12/13/02) Most shots allowed: 54 (vs. Harvard, 3/27/99; at Boston U. 02/03/11) Fewest shots allowed: 0 (vs. Wisc.-River Falls, 11/9/95; at Minnesota; 11/7/96) PENALTIES Most penalties: 17 (at Mercyhurst, 12/08/07) Most penalty minutes: 50 (at Mercyhurst, 12/08/07) Fewest penalties, game (both teams): 0 (at Brown, 2/15/87; at Northeastern, 2/28/02)

MISCELLANEOUS

WINS & LOSSES Largest winning margin: 17 17-0 vs. Colby; 2/2/93 18-1 at Bowdoin; 12/10/94 17-0 at Ohio State; 11/11/94 Largest losing margin: 7 9-2 vs. Concordia; 11/6/94

GOALS / ASSISTS / POINTS Most consecutive games, goal: 130 1977-1984 Fastest goal, start of game: :07 Gail Griffith vs. Colby; 12/1/79 Two fastest goals: :06 Moe Morin & Gail Griffith vs. Brown; 12/15/77 Three fastest goals: :33 Karyn Bye [2] & Lisa Bent vs. Concordia; 1/12/90 Most goals, period: 10 1st vs. Colby College [15-0]; 2/17/99 1st vs. Colby College [16-1]; 12/12/98 Most assists, period: 15 1st vs. Colby College [16-1]; 12/12/98 Most points, period: 25 1st vs. Colby College [16-1]; 12/12/98 Shutouts Most consecutive shutouts: 6 (2005-06) Most consecutive shutout minutes: 461:58 (2005-06)

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wildcat HOCKEY yearly records

All Games

Year W 1977-78 15 1978-79 16 1979-80 20 1980-81 21 1981-82 18 1982-83 19 1983-84 16 1984-85 18 1985-86 18 1986-87 18 1987-88 15 1988-89 16 1989-90 20 1990-91 19 1991-92 15 1992-93 17 1993-94 14 1994-95 23 1995-96 24 1996-97 23 1997-98 31 1998-99 23 1999-2000 24 2000-01 17 2001-02 19 2002-03 27 2003-04 23 2004-05 21 2005-06 33 2006-07 28 2007-08 33 2008-09 24 2009-10 19 2010-11 14

L 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 3 3 1 5 6 3 3 6 5 10 10 5 9 5 7 10 17 12 7 9 8 3 4 4 6 9 16

Russ McCurdy 1978-92 264-36-10 (.868)

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T 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 1 0 2 2 3 2 2 3 3 5 0 0 5 2 4 6 1 5 1 5 5 2

Home

Road/Neutral

Conference

Pct. W L T Pct. W L T Pct. W L T Pct. 1.000 .971 9 0 0 1.000 7 0 1 .938 1.000 8 0 0 1.000 12 0 0 1.000 1.000 10 0 0 1.000 12 0 0 1.000 .925 12 1 0 .923 6 0 1 .929 .950 7 0 0 1.000 12 1 0 .923 .800 9 1 0 .900 7 3 0 .700 .857 7 2 0 .778 11 1 0 .917 .841 10 2 1 .808 8 1 0 .889 .886 12 0 0 1.000 6 1 3 .750 .738 4 2 0 .667 11 3 1 .767 .727 7 1 0 .875 9 5 0 .643 .854 6 1 1 .813 14 2 0 .875 .864 8 0 0 1.000 11 3 0 .786 .696 7 0 1 .938 8 6 1 .567 .750 8 1 2 .818 9 4 0 .692 .574 9 1 0 .900 5 9 3 .382 7 3 1 .684 .686 2 2 0 .500 21 8 2 .710 11 2 1 .821 .806 13 1 2 .875 11 4 0 .733 13 2 1 .844 .700 9 3 0 .750 14 6 3 .674 17 4 1 .795 .833 10 1 2 .846 21 4 1 .827 18 1 3 .886 .728 12 2 2 .813 11 5 3 .658 19 4 3 .788 .706 16 2 0 .889 8 8 0 .500 17 7 0 .708 .500 9 8 0 .529 8 9 0 .471 13 11 0 .542 .597 11 6 2 .632 8 5 3 .594 11 6 4 .619 .778 15 1 0 .938 12 6 2 .650 13 2 0 .867 .694 11 3 1 .767 12 6 3 .643 17 1 2 .900 .686 14 2 4 .800 7 6 2 .533 13 3 4 .750 .905 17 0 0 1.000 16 3 1 .825 19 1 1 .929 .824 15 2 4 .810 13 2 1 .844 18 1 2 .905 .882 17 1 1 .921 16 3 0 .842 20 0 1 .976 .757 14 1 3 .861 10 5 2 .647 16(1) 2 3 .833 .652 10 4 3 .676 9 5 2 .625 13 6 2 .667 .469 7 9 0 .438 7 7 2 .500 7 13 1 .357

Karen Kay

1993-2002 215-90-25 (.689)

Coach Postseason Russ McCurdy Russ McCurdy Russ McCurdy EAIAW champions Russ McCurdy EAIAW champions Russ McCurdy EAIAW champions Russ McCurdy EAIAW champions Russ McCurdy ECAC runner-up Russ McCurdy ECAC runner-up Russ McCurdy ECAC champions Russ McCurdy ECAC champions Russ McCurdy ECAC 2nd round Russ McCurdy ECAC 1st round Russ McCurdy ECAC champions Russ McCurdy ECAC champions Russ McCurdy ECAC runner-up Karen Kay ECAC runner-up Karen Kay ECAC semis Karen Kay ECAC runner-up Karen Kay ECAC champions Karen Kay ECAC runner-up Karen Kay National champions Karen Kay National runner-up Karen Kay ECAC quarters Karen Kay ECAC quarters Karen Kay ECAC Eastern semis Brian McCloskey Hockey East runner-up Brian McCloskey Hockey East runner-up Brian McCloskey Hockey East semis Brian McCloskey NCAA semifinals Brian McCloskey NCAA quarterfinal Brian McCloskey NCAA semifinals Brian McCloskey NCAA quarterfinal Brian McCloskey NCAA quarterfinal Brian McCloskey ––

Brian McCloskey 2003–current 222-66-31 (.745)

tradition. pride. excellence.

1978-2011 701-192-66 (.765)

wildcat HOCKEY

1977-78 (15-0-0) Coach: Russ McCurdy Captains: Liz Coleman, Jeanne Menard Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 12/03 Colby 8-4 W 12/07 Boston University 13-0 W 12/10 Providence 3-0 W 12/12 Boston College 4-1 W 12/15 Brown 7-2 W 01/21 Dartmouth 8-3 W 01/26 Boston College 7-2 W 01/28 Providence 13-4 W 02/03 Connecticut 8-3 W 02/11 A Vermont 6-2 W 02/15 H Vermont 11-0 W 02/17 A Cornell 5-3 W 02/18 A Ithaca College 15-0 W 02/25 H Connecticut 6-3 W 02/28 A Colby 4-1 W 1978-79 (16-0-1) Coach: Russ McCurdy Captains: Jeanne Bates, Gail Griffith Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 12/01 A Colby 4-3 W 12/06 A Providence (ot) 6-6 T 12/10 A Vermont 10-3 W 12/14 A Brown 11-0 W 01/12 H Northeastern 7-3 W 01/19 H Vermont 9-0 W 01/20 H Providence 8-1 W 01/26 A McMaster 10-0 W 01/27 N Minnesota 6-2 W 01/30 H Boston State 12-3 W 02/02 H Dartmouth 10-0 W 02/09 H Clarkson 11-0 W 02/12 A Boston College 9-2 W 02/17 H Cornell 6-1 W 02/21 H Colby 10-1 W 02/23 H Connecticut 13-1 W 03/02 A Connecticut 8-2 W 1979-80 (20-0-0) Coach: Russ McCurdy Captains: Gail Griffith, Kelly Stone Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 11/28 H Northeastern 8-1 W 12/01 H Colby 9-0 W 12/07 H Boston College 13-0 W 12/08 A Providence 6-3 W 12/12 H Brown 10-0 W 01/11 H Boston State 2-0 W 01/18 H Providence 8-0 W 01/19 H Cornell 3-1 W 01/25 A Potsdam State 9-0 W 01/26 A Clarkson 15-3 W 02/01 A Cornell 6-1 W 02/02 A Cortland State 13-0 W 02/07 A Boston College 7-0 W 02/08 A Northeastern 6-2 W 02/13 A Dartmouth 11-1 W 02/15 H Vermont 15-0 W 02/20 A Colby 6-2 W 02/27 A Connecticut 10-1 W 03/07 N Northeastern Ω 7-4 W 03/08 A Providence Ω 5-2 W 1980-81 (21-0-0) Coach: Russ McCurdy Captain: Gabrielle Haroules Date Site Opponent

Score W/L/T

12/03 12/05 12/06 12/10 12/12 01/17 01/23 01/24 01/30 01/31 02/06 02/07 02/14 02/18 02/20 02/21 02/24 02/27 03/01 03/06 03/07

H A N A A A H H H H A A A H H H A N A H H

Northeastern 7-4 Montreal 4-3 Concordia 2-1 Colby 4-0 Brown 7-2 Cornell 12-4 Boston State 9-1 Minnesota 11-1 Clarkson 9-1 Cortland State 7-2 Providence 4-1 Princeton 13-2 Boston University 7-0 Colby 7-2 Cornell 5-1 Providence 6-2 Northeastern 5-1 U. of Saskatchewan 13-1 Minnesota 8-1 Colby Ω 6-1 Providence Ω 7-4

1981-82 (18-1-1) Coach: Russ McCurdy Captain: Lynn Walsh Date Site Opponent 12/02 A Northeastern 12/08 H Providence 12/11 H Brown 12/12 H Colby 01/15 A Potsdam State 01/16 A Clarkson 01/17 A Cortland State 01/22 A Toronto 01/23 A York 01/29 H Cornell ¶ 01/30 H Concordia ¶ 02/03 H Dartmouth 02/05 H Boston University 02/12 H Vermont 02/14 H Princeton 02/17 A Colby 02/21 H Providence 02/23 H Northeastern 03/05 H Princeton Ω 03/06 H Providence Ω

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

Score W/L/T 6-3 W 2-4 L 14-2 W 5-1 W 4-1 W 10-0 W 7-2 W 4-0 W 2-2 T 9-3 W 4-2 W 7-1 W 8-1 W 12-0 W 6-1 W 5-0 W 3-1 W 6-1 W 7-2 W 6-4 W

1982-83 (19-1-0) Coach: Russ McCurdy Captain: Marcy Delaney Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 12/02 H Northeastern 6-4 W 12/08 A Providence 5-3 W 12/11 A Colby 9-1 W 01/12 A Harvard 6-1 W 01/13 A Northeastern 4-0 W John Abbott 8-2 W 01/19 A Cornell 7-3 W 01/21 H Boston College ¶ 13-2 W 01/22 H Providence ¶ 7-5 W 02/02 A Dartmouth 7-1 W 02/04 N York (ot) 1-2 L 02/05 N Providence 3-0 W 02/06 N McMaster 10-0 W 02/11 H Colby 9-3 W 02/15 H Boston University 5-2 W 02/17 H Providence 6-4 W 02/22 A Brown 8-6 W 03/04 A Northeastern Ω (ot) 4-3 W 03/06 A Providence Ω 5-3 W 03/13 H York @ 6-2 W 1983-84 (16-4-0) Coach: Russ McCurdy Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 11/29 A Harvard 5-1 W 12/01 A Northeastern (ot) 4-3 W 12/07 H Boston University 9-0 W 12/10 H Providence 2-5 L 01/16 H St. Lawrence 5-1 W 01/20 H John Abbott ¶ 8-1 W 01/21 H Concordia ¶ 6-1 W 01/24 H Northeastern 5-1 W 01/27 N York 5-3 W

01/28 01/29 01/31 02/04 02/08 02/11 02/16 02/18 02/23 03/02 03/03

A N H A A H H A H A A

Concordia Providence Dartmouth Princeton Colby Cornell Colby Providence Brown Northeastern # Providence $

9-1 2-3 7-1 10-3 5-0 7-0 5-1 0-3 8-1 4-0 0-1

W L W W W W W L W W L

1984-85 (18-3-0) Coach: Russ McCurdy Captains: Lauren Apollo, Sara McKay Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 11/27 H Harvard 11-1 W 11/29 H Northeastern 2-1 W 12/05 A Colby 6-0 W 12/09 H Princeton 8-1 W 01/12 A Cornell 6-0 W 01/13 A St. Lawrence 9-3 W 01/19 H Providence 5-3 W 01/20 H Providence 1-4 L 01/25 A Northeastern 4-0 W 01/29 A Dartmouth 6-1 W 02/01 A Queens 5-2 W 02/02 N St. Lawrence 8-4 W 02/03 N Providence 3-5 L 02/08 A Boston University 9-0 W 02/13 H Colby 10-0 W 02/16 A Providence 4-3 W 02/20 A Brown 6-1 W 02/23 A Northeastern 5-2 W 03/02 H York 6-4 W 03/09 H Brown # 5-3 W 03/10 H Providence $ 2-4 L 1985-86 (18-3-1) Coach: Russ McCurdy Captain: Vivienne Ferry Date Site Opponent 11/26 A Northeastern 12/01 H Cornell 12/06 N Princeton 12/07 N Northeastern 12/08 A Providence 12/12 A Harvard 01/17 N Toronto 01/18 A McMaster 01/21 H Northeastern 01/24 H York ¶ 01/25 H Minnesota ¶ 01/26 H Providence ¶ 02/01 H Toronto 02/05 H Dartmouth 02/12 A Colby 02/15 H Providence 02/16 H Providence 02/18 H Brown 02/23 H Northeastern 02/27 A Providence 03/07 H Brown # 03/08 H Northeastern $

Score W/L/T 2-1 W 9-1 W 4-1 W 3-0 W 2-1 W 8-0 W 4-2 W 5-0 W (ot) 6-5 W 1-4 L 3-0 W (ot) 4-4 T 6-1 W 7-1 W 7-0 W 3-1 W 1-0 W 6-1 W 1-3 L 1-2 L 4-0 W 6-3 W

1986-87 (18-1-3) Coach: Russ McCurdy Captain: Vivienne Ferry Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 11/25 A Northeastern 1-3 L 11/29 H Princeton 4-0 W 12/03 A Providence 3-0 W 12/11 H Harvard 4-2 W 01/11 A Cornell 8-0 W 01/12 A York 5-1 W 01/13 A Toronto 3-3 T 01/14 A St. Lawrence 8-0 W 01/23 H Concordia ¶ 6-0 W 01/24 H Northeastern ¶ 3-0 W 01/26 H Providence ¶ 4-1 W 01/30 A Northeastern (ot) 5-5 T 02/01 A Providence (ot) 2-2 T 02/04 A Dartmouth 6-0 W 02/07 H Rochester Institute 5-1 W

02/11 02/15 02/22 02/26 02/28 03/07 03/08

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

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1987-88 (15-5-1) Coach: Russ McCurdy Captain: Liz Tura Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 11/27 A Princeton 8-4 W 11/28 N Concordia 4-0 W 12/08 H Northeastern (ot) 4-5 L 12/10 A Harvard 10-0 W 01/15 N Northeastern (ot) 4-4 T 01/16 N Concordia 8-0 W 01/17 A Providence 6-1 W 01/21 H Brown 8-0 W 01/24 H St. Lawrence 13-1 W 01/30 A Rochester Institute 8-1 W 01/31 A Rochester Institute 3-2 W 02/03 H Dartmouth 6-1 W 02/05 N Ottawa 3-4 L 02/06 N New Brunswick 8-1 W 02/07 N Cornell 6-0 W 02/10 A Colby 7-0 W 02/16 A Northeastern 5-7 L 02/20 H Providence 3-4 L 02/21 A Providence 4-2 W 02/25 H Colby # 4-0 W 03/05 A Providence $ 2-3 L

Year-by-year Results

LEGEND Ω EAIAW tournament game ¶ UNH tournament @ University Cup • conference game ∞ conference quarterfinal game # conference semifinal game $ conference final ^ AWCHA semifinal + AWCHA final < NCAA regional > NCAA semifinal

1988-89 (16-6-0) Coach: Russ McCurdy Captain: Shelly DiFronzo Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 11/26 H Princeton (ot) 7-6 W 11/29 A Northeastern 1-6 L 12/02 H Providence 0-1 L 12/03 H Cornell 9-1 W 12/08 H Harvard 6-4 W 01/13 A Toronto 5-3 W 01/14 N Guelph 4-1 W 01/15 N St. Lawrence 5-2 W 01/17 H Colby 10-0 W 01/19 A Brown 6-0 W 01/27 N Laval 9-1 W 01/28 A Concordia 9-2 W 01/29 N Providence (ot) 4-3 W 02/01 A Dartmouth 3-1 W 02/03 N Providence 2-4 L 02/04 A Northeastern 3-4 L 02/05 N Concordia 7-3 W 02/09 H Northeastern 5-2 W 02/11 H Rochester Institute 5-2 W 02/12 H Rochester Institute 5-0 W 02/15 A Providence 0-2 L 03/04 A Northeastern # 1-5 L 1989-90 (20-3-1) Coach: Russ McCurdy Captain: Andria Hunter Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 11/21 H Dartmouth 2-0 W 11/25 A Princeton 8-2 W 12/01 H Northeastern 7-2 W 12/02 H Brown 8-1 W 12/08 A Providence (ot) 3-4 L 12/09 H St. Lawrence 8-1 W 12/13 A Harvard 9-1 W 01/12 H Concordia ¶ 4-1 W 01/13 H Northeastern ¶ 3-4 L 01/14 H Providence ¶ 2-2 T 01/16 A Colby 7-0 W 01/19 A Cornell 3-2 W 01/20 H Rochester Institute 9-3 W 01/21 H Rochester Institute 8-1 W 01/26 H Guelph @ 8-3 W 01/27 H Toronto @ 5-0 W 02/02 N John Abbott 12-0 W

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Brown 8-1 Northeastern 4-8 Boston College 10-0 Northeastern 7-3 Providence (ot) 3-2 Northeastern # 9-5 Providence $ 5-2

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1990-91 (19-3-0) Coach: Russ McCurdy Captain: Ellen Weinberg Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 11/20 A Dartmouth 4-1 W 11/24 H Princeton 8-1 W 12/01 H Cornell 5-1 W 12/05 A Northeastern 3-4 L 12/08 H Providence 3-2 W 12/12 H Harvard 6-0 W 01/11 N Queens 6-2 W 01/12 A Toronto 4-1 W 01/14 A St. Lawrence 5-4 W 01/18 N Northeastern 3-5 L 01/19 N Concordia 3-2 W 01/20 A Providence 7-1 W 01/26 H Rochester Institute 5-0 W 02/01 N Toronto 6-4 W 02/02 N Providence (ot) 3-2 L 02/03 N Northeastern 5-2 W 02/09 H Northeastern (ot) 2-1 W 02/10 H Colby 7-0 W 02/13 A Brown 8-1 W 02/16 A Providence 5-4 W 03/02 N Harvard # 8-0 W 03/03 N Northeastern $ 6-1 W 1991-92 (15-6-2) Coach: Russ McCurdy Captain: Karyn Bye Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 11/24 A Brown 3-0 W 11/26 H Dartmouth 6-3 W 11/30 A Princeton 6-1 W 12/04 A Northeastern (ot) 1-2 L 12/07 A Rochester Institute 7-0 W 12/08 A Cornell 8-1 W 12/12 A Harvard 5-2 W 01/09 H St. Laurent 11-3 W 01/10 A Concordia 2-1 W 01/11 N Providence 1-2 L 01/17 N Concordia 3-3 T 01/18 A Northeastern 5-3 W 01/25 A Providence 2-6 L 01/29 A Dartmouth 2-4 L 02/01 H Toronto 4-5 L 02/08 H Northeastern 4-4 T 02/09 H St. Lawrence 4-3 W 02/15 A Colby 8-0 W 02/19 H Brown 5-1 W 02/21 H Providence 3-2 W 02/26 N Brown ∞ 7-0 W 02/28 N Northeastern # (ot) 5-4 W 02/29 A Providence $ 1-2 L 1992-93 (17-5-2) Coach: Karen Kay Captain: Karyn Bye, Colleen Coyne Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 11/24 H Dartmouth 4-2 W 11/28 H Princeton 5-4 W 11/29 A Brown 2-5 L 12/02 H Harvard 2-1 W 12/05 H Cornell 5-0 W 12/08 A Northeastern 5-7 L 01/07 A St. Lawrence 4-2 W 01/08 N Concordia 3-0 W 01/09 A Queens 4-1 W 01/10 N York 8-2 W 01/15 H Concordia ¶ 5-2 W 01/16 H Northeastern ¶ 2-5 L 01/17 H Providence ¶ 4-4 T 01/20 H Brown 5-0 W 01/27 A Dartmouth 4-2 W

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Colby 17-0 Northeastern 2-2 Rochester Institute 8-0 Concordia 3-1 Providence 5-1 Providence 2-5 St. Lawrence ∞ 6-1 Northeastern # (ot) 6-5 Providence $ 0-3

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1993-94 (14-10-3 / 7-3-1 ECAC) Coach: Karen Kay Captain: Amy McPhee Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 11/20 H Yale 12-0 W 11/21 H Princeton 5-1 W 11/23 H Dartmouth 3-2 W 11/26 N Providence 0-2 L 11/27 A Princeton 2-3 L 11/28 N Concordia (ot) 3-3 T 12/02 A Northeastern 2-5 L 12/04 H Rochester Institute 13-0 W 12/05 H Cornell 13-0 W 12/08 A Providence 4-0 W 01/08 A Brown 3-5 L 01/09 A Providence 2-3 L 01/14 A Providence 0-2 L 01/15 N Northeastern (ot) 2-2 T 01/16 N Concordia 2-3 L 01/28 H Providence 4-1 W 01/30 H Northeastern 6-2 W 02/02 A Colby 5-0 W 02/04 N Northeastern 4-1 W 02/05 N Toronto (ot) 2-3 L 02/06 N Providence 5-3 W 02/12 H Harvard 3-0 W 02/13 H Northeastern 2-8 L 02/19 A St. Lawrence 4-2 W 02/20 A Dartmouth (ot) 3-3 T 03/04 H Princeton ∞ (ot) 6-5 W 03/05 N Providence # 2-3 L 1994-95 (23-10-2 / 11-2-1 ECAC) Coach: Karen Kay Captain: Liz Neiley, Kelley Roberts Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 11/06 H Concordia ∑ 2-9 L 11/10 N Ohio State 17-0 W 11/11 N Cornell 10-1 W 11/12 N Colby 4-1 W 11/19 A Yale 14-0 W 11/20 A Princeton 3-4 L 11/23 A Dartmouth 0-2 L 11/25 N Concordia 3-5 L 11/26 A Princeton (ot) 3-3 T 11/27 N Providence 5-2 W 12/01 A Northeastern 3-0 W 12/03 A Rochester Institute 9-2 W 12/04 A Cornell 8-1 W 12/08 A Boston College 8-1 W 12/10 A Bowdoin 18-1 W 01/05 A Middlebury 8-0 W 01/07 H Brown ¥ 4-6 L 01/08 H Providence ¥ 4-1 W 01/13 A Northeastern 6-2 W 01/14 N Concordia 0-3 L 01/15 N Providence 4-1 W 01/19 A Northeastern 4-2 W 01/27 H Northeastern ≠ (ot) 2-3 L 01/29 A Providence 2-3 L 02/01 A Colby 4-1 W 02/03 N Toronto (ot) 3-2 W 02/04 N Quebec Trois Rivieres 5-3 W 02/05 A Concordia 1-7 L 02/11 A Harvard 2-2 T 02/12 A Northeastern 5-3 W 02/18 H St. Lawrence ∑ 7-0 W 02/19 A Dartmouth 5-1 W 02/25 N Harvard ∞ 6-1 W 03/04 N St. Lawrence # 5-1 W 03/05 N Providence $ (ot) 1-2 L ∑ at Dartmouth College (Hanover, N.H.) ¥ at West Side Arena (Manchester, N.H.) ≠ at JFK Arena (Manchester, N.H.)

1995-96 (24-5-2 / 13-2-1 ECAC) Coach: Karen Kay Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 11/10 N Princeton 5-2 W 11/11 N Harvard 4-0 W 11/18 A Dartmouth • 3-2 W 11/19 A Boston College • 7-2 W 11/21 A Northeastern 3-0 W 11/24 N Providence 3-0 W 11/25 A Princeton 6-2 W 11/26 N Concordia 4-7 L 12/02 H Yale • 12-0 W 12/03 H Princeton • 7-0 W 12/09 A Colby • 6-1 W 01/07 H Colby • 6-3 W 01/13 H Providence • 11-3 W 01/14 H Brown • (ot) 1-1 T 01/19 H Providence ¶ 5-2 W 01/20 H Northeastern ¶ (ot) 2-2 T 01/21 H Concordia ¶ 0-5 L 01/27 H St. Lawrence • 5-1 W 01/28 H Cornell • 4-0 W 02/02 N Quebec Trois Rivieres (ot) 3-2 W 02/03 A Concordia 1-2 L 02/07 H Dartmouth • 6-2 W 02/10 A Princeton • 9-3 W 02/11 A Yale • 10-0 W 02/17 H Northeastern • 3-2 W 02/18 H Harvard • 7-1 W 02/24 A Brown • 4-5 L 02/25 A Providence. • 3-5 L 03/02 H Princeton ∞ 7-2 W 03/09 H Dartmouth # (ot) 2-1 W 03/10 H Providence $ (5ot) 3-2 W

11/23 11/30 12/06 12/07 12/28 12/29 12/30 01/03 01/04 01/09 01/10 01/16 01/17 01/18 01/23 01/25 01/31 02/01 02/03 02/07 02/08 02/14 02/15 02/21 02/22 02/25 02/28 03/01 03/07 03/14 03/15 03/20 03/21

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Princeton • 6-1 Concordia 1-2 Northeastern • 4-0 Harvard • 6-3 Providence 6-2 Brown 8-2 Minnesota 6-5 Boston College • 8-0 Dartmouth • 5-1 Providence • 9-2 Brown • (ot) 3-3 Northeastern 3-0 Concordia 0-4 Providence 8-1 St. Laurent 3-1 Concordia 4-5 Northeastern • 3-4 Harvard • 7-1 Colby • 12-0 Boston College • 6-0 Dartmouth • 5-3 Providence • 6-2 Brown • (ot) 2-2 Yale • 6-2 Princeton • 8-2 Colby • 14-3 St. Lawrence • 11-0 Cornell • (ot) 4-4 Harvard ∞ (ot) 2-1 Princeton # 7-2 Brown $ 3-4 Minnesota ^ 4-1 Brown + 4-1

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1996-97 (23-9-3 / 17-4-1 ECAC) Coach: Karen Kay Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 11/09 N Princeton 4-1 W 11/10 N Cornell 3-2 W 11/16 H St. Lawrence • 6-0 W 11/17 H Cornell • 3-2 W 11/23 A Yale • 6-1 W 11/24 A Princeton • 9-1 W 11/29 N Concordia 0-4 L 11/30 N Providence (ot) 3-4 L 12/01 A Princeton 4-0 W 12/07 A Northeastern • 4-1 W 12/08 A Harvard • 7-4 W 12/11 A Colby • 13-4 W 01/04 A Boston College • 10-1 W 01/05 A Dartmouth • 3-2 W 01/11 H Providence • 3-4 L 01/12 H Brown • 0-2 L 01/17 N Concordia (ot) 4-4 T 01/18 N Northeastern 3-4 L 01/19 A Providence 5-2 W 01/24 N Quebec Trois Rivieres 3-4 L 01/26 N Dartmouth (ot) 3-3 T 01/29 H Colby • 6-2 W 02/01 H Northeastern • 1-2 L 02/02 H Harvard • 5-1 W 02/08 H Boston College • 7-1 W 02/09 H Dartmouth • 7-1 W 02/15 A Providence • (ot) 2-2 T 02/16 A Brown • 1-9 L 02/22 H Yale • 8-0 W 02/23 H Princeton • 5-2 W 03/01 A St. Lawrence • 12-0 W 03/02 A Cornell • 7-0 W 03/09 H Princeton ∞ (ot) 5-4 W 03/15 N Providence # (ot) 4-3 W 03/16 A Northeastern $ 2-3 L

1998-99 (23-7-5 / 19-4-3 ECAC) Coach: Karen Kay Captain: Nicki Luongo Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 11/07 A Minnesota (ot) 1-1 T 11/08 N Minnesota State 8-0 W 11/14 H Maine • 6-1 W 11/15 H Maine • 13-0 W 11/21 A Yale • 9-2 W 11/22 A Princeton • 10-2 W 11/28 A Brown • (ot) 2-2 T 11/29 A Providence • (ot) 3-3 T 12/05 H Northeastern • 5-2 W 12/06 H Harvard • 2-3 L 12/12 A Colby • 16-1 W 01/02 A Niagara • 7-1 W 01/03 A Niagara • 7-2 W 01/10 H St. Lawrence • 6-1 W 01/11 H Cornell • 5-2 W 01/15 H Dartmouth • (ot) 3-3 T 01/16 H Boston College • 5-1 W 01/22 H Providence • 5-3 W 01/23 H Brown 2-1 W 01/30 H Minnesota (ot) 0-0 T 01/31 H Concordia 1-4 L 02/06 A Harvard • 2-4 L 02/07 A Northeastern • 2-3 L 02/17 H Colby • 15-0 W 02/20 A Boston College • 16-3 W 02/21 A Dartmouth • 3-4 L 02/26 H Princeton • 6-1 W 02/27 H Yale • 12-0 W 03/06 A Cornell • 7-2 W 03/07 A St. Lawrence • 7-1 W 03/14 H Princeton ∞ 5-1 W 03/20 N Northeastern # 5-1 W 03/21 N Harvard $ (ot) 4-5 L 03/26 A Minnesota ^ (ot) 3-2 W 03/27 N Harvard + (ot) 5-6 L

1997-98 (31-5-3 / 18-1-3 ECAC) Coach: Karen Kay Captains: Sara Cross and Brandy Fisher Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 11/07 N Augsburg 16-1 W 11/08 N Gustavus Adolphus 15-0 W 11/09 A Minnesota 5-1 W 11/15 A St. Lawrence • 4-2 W 11/16 A Cornell • 2-1 W 11/22 H Yale • 4-0 W

1999-2000 (24-10-0 / 17-7-0 ECAC) Coach: Karen Kay Captain: Carrie Jokiel Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 10/15 H Mercyhurst 6-0 W 10/16 H Mercyhurst 6-1 W 11/13 H Yale • 7-0 W 11/14 H Princeton • 5-3 W 11/20 H Harvard • 2-4 L 11/21 H Brown • 3-2 W

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Providence • 3-1 Northeastern • 1-2 Niagara • 4-3 Niagara • 5-3 Maine • 7-0 Ohio State • 7-0 Ohio State • 5-0 St. Lawrence • 1-2 Cornell • 8-3 Northeastern • 9-1 Providence • 3-1 Dartmouth • 0-4 Boston College • 9-0 St. Cloud 5-1 Minnesota 2-6 Minnesota 4-5 Minnesota-Duluth 5-1 Minnesota-Duluth 3-2 Princeton • 2-4 Yale • 12-2 Maine • 6-1 Boston College • 9-1 Dartmouth • 5-1 Brown • 0-3 Harvard • 4-6 Cornell • 3-1 St. Lawrence • 3-0 Northeastern ∞ 3-4

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12/02 12/08 12/09 12/14 12/15 01/04 01/06 01/11 01/12 01/18 01/20 01/25 01/26 02/01 02/02 02/09 02/16 02/19 02/22 02/23 02/28 03/01 03/09 03/15

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Connecticut • 3-1 Princeton (ot) 0-1 Yale 4-1 Harvard 3-4 St. Lawrence 0-1 Quinnipiac • 8-0 Providence • (ot) 2-2 Niagara • 1-5 Niagara • 0-2 St. Cloud 7-3 Maine • 1-2 Connecticut • 3-1 Brown 1-4 Dartmouth 3-1 Northeastern • 2-3 Boston College • 1-0 Niagara • 1-2 Boston College • (ot) 3-3 Providence • (ot) 2-2 Providence • 4-2 Northeastern • 2-1 Northeastern • (ot) 2-2 Connecticut • 4-1 Northeastern # 0-2

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12/12 01/03 01/10 01/11 01/16 01/17 01/23 01/25 01/31 02/01 02/06 02/13 02/14 02/20 02/22 02/28 02/29 03/04 03/06 03/13 03/20 03/21

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Dartmouth 2-4 Dartmouth 1-4 Niagara 1-0 Mercyhurst (ot) 2-2 Maine • 4-1 Maine • 3-0 Boston College • 7-0 Boston College • 7-2 Providence • 4-3 Providence • 2-5 Northeastern • 9-2 Maine • 5-2 Maine • (ot) 2-2 Connecticut • 4-1 Connecticut • 7-2 Providence • 7-4 Providence • (ot) 4-3 Boston College • 5-2 Boston College • 2-1 Northeastern • 2-0 Northeastern # 5-0 Providence $ 0-3

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2004-05 (21-8-6 / 13-3-4 Hockey East) Coach: Brian McCloskey 2002-03 (27-7-2, 13-2-0 Hockey East) Captain: Stephanie Jones Coach: Brian McCloskey Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T Captains: Annie Fahlenbock, Kristen Thomas 10/12 A Vermont 5-0 W Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 10/15 H Niagara 4-1 W 2000-01 (17-17-0 / 13-11-0 ECAC) 10/11 H Vermont 4-0 W 10/16 H Niagara (ot )4-3 W Coach: Karen Kay 10/18 A Ohio State 1-0 W 10/22 H Connecticut • 4-0 W Captains: Brandi Kerns, Michelle Thornton 10/19 A Ohio State (ot) 5-4 W 10/24 A Boston College • 6-1 W Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 10/25 A Quinnipiac 5-2 W 10/31 H Brown 2-1 W 10/26 A Quinnipiac 10-0 W 10/25 A Findlay 7-0 W 11/03 H Northeastern • 8-0 W 10/27 A Ohio State 4-0 W 11/02 H Maine • 5-1 W 11/13 A St. Lawrence (ot) 2-2 T 11/03 H Maine • 1-0 W 10/28 A Ohio State 3-1 W 11/14 A St. Lawrence 3-5 L 11/04 H Dartmouth • 1-4 L 11/08 A St. Lawrence 3-4 L 11/20 H Northeastern • 7-1 W 11/05 H Boston College • 4-3 W 11/09 A St. Lawrence (ot) 1-1 T 11/27 H Minnesota State 4-1 W 11/16 H Princeton (ot) 2-1 W 11/10 H Maine • 2-0 W 11/28 H Mercyhurst 0-4 L 11/17 H Princeton 7-3 W 11/12 A Maine • 5-2 W 12/01 A Dartmouth 3-4 L 11/21 A Northeastern • 1-0 W 11/17 H St. Lawrence • (ot )1-2 L 12/04 H Connecticut • 5-2 W 11/30 H Niagara 7-4 W 11/18 H Cornell • 8-1 W 12/09 A Northeastern • 5-2 W 11/24 H Niagara • 4-3 W 12/01 H Niagara 6-2 W 12/11 H Harvard 2-1 W 11/25 H Niagara • 3-2 W 12/07 H Connecticut • 8-0 W 01/01 H Princeton (ot) 1-1 T 12/08 A Connecticut • 2-1 W 12/02 A Northeastern • 3-4 L 01/02 H Yale 3-1 W 12/13 A Harvard 1-7 L 12/03 A Providence • 1-2 L 01/05 H Dartmouth 1-3 L 12/15 A Dartmouth 0-3 L 12/09 A Minnesota-Duluth 0-3 L 01/08 H Boston College • (ot) 2-2 T 01/04 H Brown 3-1 W 12/10 A Minnesota-Duluth 1-8 L 01/11 H Colgate 5-1 W 12/15 H Mercyhurst (ot) 4-5 L 01/10 H Northeastern • 3-0 W 01/14 H Maine • 1-0 W 12/16 H Mercyhurst 2-1 W 01/11 H Northeastern • 3-0 W 01/15 H Maine • (ot) 3-3 T 01/14 A Boston College • 6-0 W 01/29 A Providence • 1-5 L 01/06 H Princeton • 4-3 W 01/18 H Minnesota 0-4 L 01/07 H Yale • 4-1 W 01/30 H Providence • 2-1 W 01/19 A Connecticut • 3-0 W 01/12 A Boston College • 9-0 W 02/04 A Northeastern • 2-1 W 01/24 A Wisconsin 2-0 W 01/14 A Dartmouth • 2-6 L 02/12 A Maine • 5-2 W 01/20 H Providence • 6-2 W 01/25 A Wisconsin (ot) 1-1 T 02/13 A Maine • 5-0 W 01/21 H Northeastern • 1-2 L 02/01 A Providence • 0-3 L 02/19 A Connecticut • (ot) 0-0 T 01/26 H Minnesota 1-2 L 02/02 H Providence • 4-1 W 02/20 A Connecticut • 2-3 L 01/27 H Minnesota 1-3 L 02/11 A Maine • 3-0 W 02/26 H Providence • (ot) 3-3 T 02/03 A Harvard • 1-4 L 02/14 A Niagara 7-1 W 02/27 A Providence • 3-4 L 02/04 A Brown • 0-3 L 02/22 A Providence • 4-7 L 03/05 H Boston College • 10-2 W 02/17 A Cornell • 4-3 W 02/25 H Quinnipiac 7-1 W 03/06 A Boston College 2-1 W 02/18 A St. Lawrence • 1-3 L 02/28 H Boston College • 4-0 W 03/12 N Connecticut # (ot) 4-5 L 02/24 A Yale • 2-0 W 03/02 H Boston College • 8-2 W 02/25 A Princeton • 2-1 W 03/15 N Maine # 2-0 W 2005-06 (33-3-1 / 19-1-1 Hockey East) 03/03 H Brown • 0-3 L Coach: Brian McCloskey 03/16 N Providence $ 0-1 L 03/04 H Harvard • 0-4 L Captains: Martine Garland, Lindsay Hansen, 03/10 A St. Lawrence ∞ 0-1 L 2003-04 (23-9-4 / 17-1-2 Hockey East) Nicole Hekle Coach: Brian McCloskey Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 2001-02 (19-12-5 / 11-6-4 ECAC East) Captain: Kristen Thomas 10/15 H Maine • 4-1 W Coach: Karen Kay Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 10/21 A Niagara 6-0 W Captain: Brandi Kerns 10/24 A Connecticut • 4-2 W 10/22 A Niagara 8-2 W (ot) 1-1 T Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 10/26 H Connecticut • 10/28 H Brown 5-1 W 11/01 A North Dakota 6-2 W 10/19 H Ohio State 3-4 L 10/30 A Brown 2-3 L 10/20 H Ohio State (ot) 4-3 W 11/02 A North Dakota 2-3 L 11/04 H Boston College • 4-0 W 10/26 A Maine • 3-1 W 11/07 H St. Lawrence (ot) 1-2 L 11/05 A Boston College • (ot) 2-3 L 10/27 A Maine • 4-1 W 11/09 H St. Lawrence 6-3 W 11/13 A Yale 5-2 W 11/15 A Princeton 3-0 W 11/19 A Northeastern • 8-2 W 11/02 H Quinnipiac • 9-0 W 11/16 A Yale (ot) 1-1 T 11/22 H Northeastern • 2-0 W 11/03 H Quinnipiac • 10-0 W 11/07 A Boston College 3-0 W 11/20 H Northeastern • 4-2 W 11/27 N Wisconsin 2-1 W 11/16 H Wisconsin 3-0 W 11/22 A Northeastern • 5-0 W 11/30 H Boston University • 5-0 W 11/17 H Wisconsin 2-0 W 11/25 A Brown 2-5 L 12/04 A Vermont • 4-1 W 11/24 A St. Cloud 3-1 W 11/30 H Harvard 1-2 L 12/10 A Harvard 3-0 W 11/25 A Minnesota (ot) 3-3 T 12/05 H Vermont 6-1 W 01/01 A Dartmouth 4-1 W 12/01 H Connecticut • 0-2 L 12/09 A Harvard 0-4 L 01/04 H Colgate 7-0 W

01/07 01/11 01/13 01/14 01/20 01/22 01/27 01/29 02/01 02/04 02/11 02/12 02/17 02/19 02/22 02/25 02/26 03/04 03/05 03/17 03/24

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Boston University • 5-1 Harvard 5-1 Maine • (ot) 5-5 Maine • 5-3 Dartmouth 3-1 Connecticut • 3-0 Mercyhurst 2-1 Providence • 7-2 Providence • 2-1 Boston College • 6-1 Northeastern • 11-1 Providence • 4-1 Connecticut • 5-1 Connecticut • 6-0 Boston University • 6-0 Vermont • 5-0 Vermont • 8-0 Maine # 6-0 Boston College $ 6-0 Harvard < 3-1 Minnesota > 4-5

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11/27 11/28 12/04 12/05 12/11 01/01 01/02 01/07 01/08 01/15 01/16 01/22 01/23 01/27 01/29 01/30 02/05 02/06 02/11 02/12 02/16 02/19 02/20 02/25 02/26 03/03 03/04 03/11

2006-07 (28-4-5 / 18-1-2 Hockey East) Coach: Brian McCloskey Captains: Martine Garland, Nicole Hekle Jennifer Hitchcock Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 09/29 H Niagara 5-0 W 09/30 H Niagara (ot) 4-3 W 10/06 N Bemidji State 7-0 W 10/07 A Minnesota (ot) 6-5 W 10/14 A Maine • 4-0 W 10/20 H Brown 2-0 W 10/22 A Colgate 4-1 W 10/27 H Boston College • 2-1 W 10/29 H Boston University • 4-0 W 11/02 A Boston College • 2-7 L 11/11 H St. Lawrence (ot) 1-1 T 11/12 H St. Lawrence 4-0 W 11/17 H Northeastern • 7-2 W 11/18 H Northeastern • 5-1 W 11/24 H Wayne State 7-1 W 11/25 H Mercyhurst 1-2 L 12/02 H Vermont • 5-0 W 12/08 A Harvard (ot) 3-3 T 12/10 H Dartmouth (ot) 3-3 T 01/06 A Connecticut • 6-2 W 01/12 H Maine • 7-0 W 01/13 H Maine • 3-1 W 01/20 A Dartmouth 2-4 L 01/27 A Providence • 3-1 W 01/28 H Providence • (ot) 2-2 T 01/31 A Boston University • 4-1 W 02/03 H Boston College • 4-2 W 02/10 A Northeastern • 9-0 W 02/11 A Providence • 7-0 W 02/16 A Connecticut • 2-1 W 02/18 H Connecticut • (ot) 2-2 T 02/21 A Boston University • 3-2 W 02/24 A Vermont • 4-0 W 02/25 A Vermont • 8-1 W 03/03 H Connecticut # 2-0 W 03/04 H Providence $ 3-1 W 03/10 H St. Lawrence < 2-6 L 2007-08 (33-4-1 / 20-0-1 Hockey East) Coach: Brian McCloskey Captain: Martine Garland Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 10/05 A St. Lawrence 4-2 W 10/06 A St. Lawrence 0-3 L 10/14 H Colgate 1-0 W 10/21 H Boston University • 3-1 W 10/25 A Boston College • 4-1 W 10/28 H Maine • 5-0 W 11/01 A Boston University • 4-1 W 11/03 A Vermont • 5-0 W 11/07 H Boston College • 4-1 W 11/10 H Connecticut • 8-2 W 11/11 H Princeton 1-2 L 11/17 H Wisconsin 2-1 W 11/18 H Wisconsin 2-1 W 11/24 H Niagara 6-2 W

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Year-by-year Results

wildcat HOCKEY 11/25 12/01 12/02 12/07 12/08 12/14 01/05 01/10 01/17 01/19 01/26 02/02 02/03 02/09 02/16 02/17 02/23 02/24 03/01 03/02 03/08 03/09 03/15 03/20

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Niagara 11-1 Boston University * (ot) 3-2 Northeastern • 4-0 Mercyhurst 3-4 Mercyhurst 5-2 Harvard 4-1 Brown 3-1 Northeastern • 6-0 Dartmouth 3-1 Providence • (ot) 1-1 Northeastern • 8-2 Maine • 9-1 Maine • 6-0 Boston College • 2-1 Vermont • 7-0 Vermont • 3-0 Providence • 3-0 Providence • 3-1 Connecticut • 5-0 Connecticut • 6-1 Boston University # 8-0 Providence $ 1-0 St. Lawrence < (ot) 3-2 Minnesota-Duluth > 2-3

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11/21 H Rensselaer 4-3 11/29 A Northeastern • 2-1 12/05 H Providence • 1-4 12/08 A Boston College • 4-0 12/12 A Dartmouth 4-1 01/08 N Northeastern • π 5-3 01/16 H Providence • 2-3 01/17 A Providence • 2-3 01/20 H Northeastern • (ot) 2-2 01/29 A Maine • 5-2 01/30 A Maine • 3-1 02/03 A Vermont • 1-2 02/06 H Boston U. • 2-5 02/07 A Connecticut • 4-1 02/13 H Vermont • 4-2 02/14 H Vermont • 4-0 02/20 H Boston College • 1-2 02/21 A Boston College • 4-1 03/06 N Boston U. # 0-4 03/13 A Minnesota-Duluth < 1-2 π at Fenway Park (Boston)

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2010-11 (14-16-2 / 7-13-1 Hockey East) Coach: Brian McCloskey Captains: Courtney Birchard, Raylen 2008-09 (24-6-5 / 16(1)-2-3 Hockey East) Dziengelewski Coach: Brian McCloskey Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T Captain: Kacey Bellamy 10/02 A Connecticut • 2-1 W Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 10/08 A Syracuse 2-4 L 10/08 H Boston College • (ot) 2-2 T 10/09 A Colgate (ot) 0-1 L 10/11 A Niagara 5-3 W 10/15 A Rensselaer 4-3 W 10/12 A Niagara 5-2 W 10/16 A Union 4-1 W 10/15 A Connecticut • (ot) 3-3 T 10/22 H Clarkson 2-1 W 10/18 H St. Lawrence 3-2 W 10/23 H St. Lawrence 5-3 W 10/19 H Clarkson 2-1 W 10/29 H Niagara (ot) 1-0 W 10/23 A Boston U. • 2-3 L 10/30 H Niagara 2-0 W 10/25 H Yale 5-3 W 11/06 H Vermont • 2-0 W 10/30 H Boston U. • (ot) 2-2 T 11/07 A Boston U. • 2-5 L 11/01 H Vermont • 4-1 W 11/13 H Connecticut • 0-1 L 11/14 A Maine • 7-1 W 11/14 A Connecticut • 1-2 L 11/21 N Wisconsin † 2-8 L 11/23 A Maine • π 1-4 L 11/22 N Wisconsin † 0-2 L 11/28 H Boston College • 1-3 L 11/26 H Northeastern • 2-0 W 12/01 H Northeastern • 0-4 L 11/29 A Colgate 4-5 L 12/04 A Providence • 2-4 L 12/05 H Harvard (ot) 1-1 T 12/09 H Harvard 1-3 L 12/07 A Boston U. (ot) 3-3 T 12/11 H Dartmouth 1-0 W 12/09 H Northeastern 3-0 W 01/09 H Northeastern • 2-4 L 01/10 A Providence • 0-5 L 01/14 H Providence • 0-2 L 01/16 H Dartmouth 8-3 W 01/15 A Providence • 2-1 W 01/20 A Northeastern • 4-2 W 01/22 A Northeastern • (ot) 4-3 W 01/23 H Maine • 3-0 W 01/29 H Maine • 2-3 L 01/24 H Maine • 5-1 W 01/30 H Maine • 4-2 W 01/29 H Boston College • 4-2 W 02/03 A Boston U. • 4-2 W 01/30 A Boston College • 5-2 W 02/05 H Boston U. • 1-3 L 02/07 A Vermont • 3-1 W 02/08 A Quinnipiac (ot) 1-1 T 02/08 A Vermont • 6-2 W 02/11 A Vermont • 2-4 L 02/13 A Providence • 3-2 W 02/12 A Vermont • 2-0 W 02/14 H Providence • 4-1 W 02/19 A Boston College • (ot) 0-0 T 02/17 A Harvard (ot) 3-2 W 02/21 A Connecticut • 4-3 W 02/22 H Connecticut • 4-2 W 03/07 H Providence # 3-1 W 03/08 H Boston College $ 2-1 W 03/14 H Minnesota-Duluth < 1-4 L † at Fort Myers, Fla. 2009-10 (19-9-5 / 13(0)-6-2 Hockey East) Coach: Brian McCloskey Captain: Kelly Paton Date Site Opponent Score W/L/T 10/03 H Connecticut • 3-1 W 10/04 H Quinnipiac 4-0 W 10/09 H Colgate 4-0 W 10/10 H Syracuse 2-1 W 10/17 H Niagara (ot) 3-3 T 10/18 H Niagara 6-1 W 10/23 A Clarkson 2-6 L 10/24 A St. Lawrence (ot) 3-3 T 10/31 H Connecticut • 3-1 W 11/01 H Maine • 5-0 W 11/06 A Boston U. • 4-3 W 11/07 H Boston U. • (ot) 4-4 T 11/18 A Harvard (ot) 1-1 T

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Championship gallery

1991 – ECAC CHAMPIONS

1980 – EAIAW CHAMPIONS 1996 – ECAC CHAMPIONS

1981 – EAIAW CHAMPIONS

1998 – National Champions

1982 – EAIAW CHAMPIONS 2006 – Hockey East Champions

1983 – EAIAW CHAMPIONS 2007 – Hockey East Champions

2008 – Hockey East Champions 1986 – ECAC CHAMPIONS

1990 – ECAC CHAMPIONS

2009 – Hockey East Champions

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wildcat HOCKEY Patty Kazmaier Award

The Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award, an honor established by USA Hockey, is bestowed annually to the most outstanding collegiate women’s ice hockey player. The Award was created in conjunction with the American Women’s College Hockey Alliance national championship, which originated in 1998. Each year, a committee nominates 10 candidates and a separate committee selects three finalists from that pool of candidates. That committee then decides which finalist will receive the honor as most outstanding collegiate player in the nation. UNH was the only women’s ice hockey program to have a candidate in each of the first five years the award was presented. The 2003 season marked the first time that a Wildcat was not in consideration as a candidate. In the initial three years (1998-2000), a University of New Hampshire player was selected among the finalists. In 1998, Brandy Fisher led the nation in scoring, the ‘Cats to a national championship and was honored as the inaugural recipient of the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award. In 1999, both Nicki Luongo and Carisa Zaban were named candidates and Luongo was named a finalist. In 2000, Zaban was once again selected as a candidate and was voted as a finalist. Michelle Thornton was named one of the 10 candidates in 2001; Kira Misikowetz (‘02), Nicole Hekle (‘06), Martine Garland (‘07 & ‘08), Sam Faber (‘08) and Jenn Wakefield (‘09) have received that same distinction.

Brandy Fisher 1998 Recipient

Fisher broke the UNH single-season records for both goals and points as she led the nation in goals (42), assists (39), points (81) and power-play goals (11) in the 1998 season. Fisher recorded a point in 30 of 38 games, including 25 multiple-point games. Season highlights included her 100th career goal, 100th career assist and 200th career point. In her final collegiate game, Fisher led UNH to the inaugural national championship with a 4-1 victory against Brown at the FleetCenter (Boston, Mass.). Other honors bestowed Fisher in the 1998 season included AWCHA All-America, AWCHA All-Tournament Team, New England College Hockey Player of the Year and ECAC Player of the Year.

Michelle Thornton

2001 Nominee

Thornton led UNH in goals (15), assists (23) and points (38) and was second in game-winning goals. Season highlights included her 50th career goal and 150th career point. Thornton left the UNH program ranked No. 9 on the all-time scoring list with 157 points as well as No. 5 in assists with 93. Other honors for Thornton in 2001 included All-New England Team and ECAC Honorable Mention.

Martine Garland ‘07 & ‘08 Nominee

Garland was a third-year captain as a senior defenseman on the 2008 team. She led UNH to a No. 1 national ranking in penalty kill as well as No. 2 in power play, offense and defense. Her season highlights included her 100th career point and she finished with 105 to rank third on the program’s all-time scoring list for defensemen. Garland’s other accolades included RBK Hockey AllAmerica Second Team, New England All-Star Team, Hockey East First Team All-Star and Hockey East All-Academic Team. In 2007, Garland ranked 10th in the nation in points per game (defensemen). She led the team in plus/minus, ranked second in assists and fourth in points. Garland was also selected to the USCHO Second Team and USCHO Sportsmanship Award.

Kelly Paton 2010 Finalist

Paton, a senior captain, ranked #4 in the nation in assists per game, #6 in points per game and #20 in goals per game, as well as 16th in game-winning goals and 19th in power-play goals. Paton led the team in both goals and points, as well as plus/minus. Her other 2010 accolades included All-America First Team and Hockey East co-Player of the Year.

Nicki Luongo

Carisa Zaban 1999 Nominee 2000 Finalist

1999 Finalist

Luongo finished her senior year of 1999 sixth on the team in scoring – first among defensemen – with 45 points and ranked second with 29 assists, as well as tied for second in power-play goals (eight). Her numbers ranked No. 10 in the nation in assists and No. 15 in points. She broke the school and ECAC records with seven assists in a game vs. Maine. She finished that game with eight points to tie both the school and ECAC records. In addition to being named a Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award finalist, Luongo was named to the AWCHA All-America First Team, AWCHA All-Tournament Team, All-New England Team, ECAC All-League First Team and ECAC All-Tournament Team.

Kira Misikowetz

2002 Nominee

Misikowetz, a senior forward, led UNH in both points (39) and assists (25) and was third in goals with 14. Season highlights included her 100th career point and a five-assist performance against Quinnipiac University. In two seasons at UNH, Misikowetz compiled 28 goals and 39 assists for 67 points in 70 games. Other honors for Misikowetz in 2002 included ECAC Eastern League All-Conference Second Team and ECAC Eastern League All-Academic Squad.

Sam Faber

2008 Nominee

Faber led the nation in game-winning goals and ranked second in shorthanded goals as well as 10th in goals and 13th in points. The junior forward led UNH in both assists and points for the second consecutive year, and also recorded team highs in game-winning goals and plus/minus; she ranked second in goals. Faber became the first player in Hockey East’s six-year history to receive consecutive Player of the Month awards. Her other 2008 accolades included Hockey East All-Star First Team, New England All-Star Team and Hockey East Tournament MVP, as well as UNH’s Karyn Bye Award as the team MVP. Faber’s season highlights included her 100th career point and 50th career goal.

Martine Garland

Zaban led the 2000 Wildcats in goals (35), assists (37) and points (72). She became UNH’s all-time leading scorer during the season with her 256th career point and finished with a total of 263. Zaban’s other 2000 honors included AWCHA All-America First Team, All-New England Team and ECAC All-League First Team. In 1999, Zaban was No. 5 in the nation in both points and assists as well as No. 8 in goals as she led UNH in points (67) and assists (38) and ranked second in goals (29). Her season highlights included recording her 100th career assist and tying a school record with five points in one period. Zaban was also selected to the AWCHA All-America Second Team as a junior.

Nicole Hekle 2006 Nominee

Hekle served as tri-captain of the Wildcats as a junior forward and compiled 33 points on 12 goals and 21 assists in 37 games. She was honored as USCHO Defensive Forward of the Year and recorded a point in 19 of 37 games with seven multiple-point efforts. Hekle’s season highlights included her 100th career point (goal vs. Harvard on Jan. 11) and her first career hat trick with three goals and two assists for a seasonhigh five points vs. Northeastern on Nov. 19.

Jenn Wakefield 2009 Nominee

Wakefield, a sophomore forward, ranked third in the nation in goals per game, power-play goals and shorthanded goals; she was also second in game-winning goals and 13th in points per game. Despite missing four games, Wakefield recorded team highs in points (49), goals (32), power-play goals (13), shorthanded goals (4), game-winning goals and shots; additionally, she was second in shooting percentage and fifth in assists. She recorded 21-9-30 in 19 league games and tallied a point in 26 of 31 games with 15 multiple-point efforts. Her other accolades included New England All-Star, Hockey East All-Star First Team and Hockey East All-Academic Team.

Kelly Paton

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Wildcat All-Americans

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Nicki Luongo – 1998 & 1999

Brandy Fisher – 1998

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Year 1995 1996 1997 1998 TOTAL

GP 35 31 35 38 139

G 33 25 29 42 129

A 31 20 21 39 111

P 64 45 50 81 240

Year 1995 1996 1998 1999 TOTAL

PPG 1.83 1.45 1.43 2.13 1.73

Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award recipient, 1998 UNH record 129 career goals No. 3 all-time at UNH in both assists and points UNH single-season record for both goals (42) and points (81) New England College Hockey Player of the Year, 1998 ECAC Player of the Year, 1998 Scored the game-winning goal in the fifth overtime of the 1996 ECAC championship game, which stands as the longest collegiate hockey game (men or women)

GP 31 30 34 34 129

G 26 28 29 35 118

A 30 40 38 37 145

• Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award finalist, 2000 • Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award nominee, 1999

P 56 68 67 72 263

A 2 4 23 29 58

P 3 5 34 45 87

PPG 0.43 0.45 0.87 1.29 0.95

Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award finalist, 1999 ECAC All-Decade Second Team No. 10 on UNH defensemen scoring list, career ECAC and school record seven assists vs. Maine (Nov. 15, 1998); ECAC record eight points in that game • UNH record four assists in a period

Jen Huggon – 2003

PPG 1.81 2.27 1.97 2.12 2.04

• UNH record 263 career points; tied for No. 1 in career assists; No. 2 in career goals • Led team in both assists and points all four seasons; twice led the team in goals • Holds the school record for goals in a period (three) and points in a period (five)

• Holds three of UNH’s top 10 single-season marks in both assists and points

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Carisa Zaban – 2000 Year 1996 1997 1999 2000 TOTAL

GP 7 11 39 35 92

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Year GP 1999-2000 22 2000-01 34 2001-02 34 2002-03 35 TOTAL 125

GA 42 80 60 53 235

GAA 1.99 2.37 1.78 1.52 1.91

Sv 496 841 809 705 2851

Sv% ShO W-L-T .922 3 14-7-0 .913 4 17-17-0 .931 5 17-12-5 .930 14 26-7-2 .924 26 74-43-7

Hockey East Player of the Year, 2003 In 2003, she held 11 UNH goaltending records (currently six) Her career records include saves, games played and minutes Holds the top three marks for single-season saves Holds three of the top five marks for single-season minutes Ranks third in career victories and career save percentage Won a total of 18 awards in the 2002-03 season

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Wildcat All-Americans

Martine Garland

Jennifer Hitchcock – 2006 – 2nd Team

2006 – 1st Team & 2008 – Second Team

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Year GP G A P PPG 2004 35 5 7 12 0.34 2005 4 0 2 2 0.50 2006 34 5 32 37 1.09 2007 37 6 25 31 0.84 2008 34 3 20 23 0.68 TOTAL 144 19 86 105 0.73 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award Top 10 Finalist, 2007 and 2008 All-USCHO First Team, 2006 & USCHO Sportsmanship Award, 2007 New England Hockey Writers Association All-Star Team ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 Hockey East First Team All-Star ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 No. 1 in the nation in points, defensemen at 1.09 in 2006 No. 3 in the nation in assists at 0.94 per game in 2006 No. 3 on UNH’s defensemen scoring list and No. 1 in assists, defensemen

Year 2005 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

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G 14 30 25 20 89

A 11 36 13 23 83

P 25 66 38 43 172

PPG 0.71 1.78 1.03 1.13 1.17

All-USCHO First Team, 2006 New England Hockey Writers Association All-Star Team, 2006 Hockey East First Team All-Star, 2006 No. 1 in the nation in both points per game and power-play goals (14), 2006 No. 2 in the nation in assists (0.97 apg) and No. 3 in goals (0.81 gpg), 2006 No. 1 in the nation in power-play goals (14), 2008 Led the team in goals, assists and points in 2006 School record holder for career games played (147) No. 7 all-time at UNH in points, No. 9 in goals, No. 12 in assists

Kacey Bellamy – 2009 – 1st Team

Sadie Wright-Ward – 2006 – 1st Team Year GP G A P PPG 2004 36 10 9 19 0.53 2005 ~ redshirt season ~ 2006 37 28 33 61 1.65 2007 33 6 21 27 0.82 2008 38 20 24 44 1.16 TOTAL 144 64 87 151 1.05 All-USCHO First Team, 2006 Hockey East TPS Hockey Player of the Year, 2006 New England Hockey Writers Association MVP, 2006 Hockey East Scoring Champion and MVP, 2006 No. 4 in the nation in points (1.65 ppg), No. 6 in assists (0.89 apg), No. 7 in goals (0.76 gpg) and No. 9 in power-play goals (eight) in 2006 Tied for the team lead in assists, 2008

GP 35 37 37 38 147

Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

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GP 37 36 35 35 143

G 8 10 3 6 27

A 16 19 23 22 80

P 24 29 26 28 107

PPG 0.65 0.81 0.74 0.80 0.75

Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award Top 10 Finalist, 2009 New England All-Star, 2008 & 2009 Hockey East First Team All-Star and Tournament MVP, 2009 No. 3 on UNH defensemen scoring list, career No. 3 in the nation in defensemen scoring (0.80 ppg) in 2009 No. 10 in 2008, No. 12 in 2007 and No. 13 in 2006 No. 23 overall in assists, 2008 No. 14 in power-play goals (nine), 2007

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Wildcat All-Americans

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Kelly Paton – 2010 – 1st Team Year 2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

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GP 37 36 35 33 141

G 13 9 21 19 62

A 21 21 26 32 100

P 34 30 47 51 162

Courtney Birchard – 2010 – 2nd Team

PPG 0.92 0.83 1.34 1.55 1.15

Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award Top 3 Finalist, 2010 New England Player of the Year, 2010 Hockey East co-Player of the Year, 2010 Hockey East First Team All-Star, 2010 Hockey East All-Academic Team, 2009 & 2010 3rd player to earn consecutive Hockey East Player of the Month awards Hockey East All-Tournament Team, 2007 & 2009 No. 5 on UNH career assist leaderboard; No. 11 in career points No. 4 in the nation, assists per game (0.97); No. 6, points per game (1.55) 2010

Year 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

GP 28 35 27 90

G 8 9 9 26

A 13 14 13 40

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PPG 0.75 0.66 0.81 0.73

New England All-Star Team, 2010 Hockey East First Team All-Star, 2010 Hockey East All-Tournament Team, 2009 No. 5 in the nation, defenseman scoring (0.81 ppg), 2010 In 2010 (despite missing six games), led the team in shots, tied for third in assists and ranked fourth in points as well as fifth in goals • Made the transition to defenseman midway through the 2009 season

Since 1998, the American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA) has annually selected women’s ice hockey players to the Div. I All-America Team. The AHCA expanded to differentiate between First Team and Second Team in 2006. Ten UNH Wildcats have received a total of 12 All-America honors. Brandy Fisher and Nicki Luongo garnered All-America honors in the inaugural year, while Luongo and Martine Garland are the two ‘Cats who were selected to multiple All-America teams. The breakdown by position is: five forwards, four defensemen and one goaltender.

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The UNH Experience

Karyn Bye

Allison edgar

Brandy Fisher

Karyn Bye is one of the most prolific scorers in UNH history. She is the only player to lead the Wildcats in goals four times and is one of two ‘Cats to lead the team in points four times. Bye, a captain in 1992 and co-captain in 1993, is a two-time ECAC champion who left the program ranked fourth in points and is currently eighth in that statistic with 164 (100g, 64a). Bye’s outstanding playing career continued with USA Hockey from 1992 to 2002. She competed in 15 international tournaments in that decade, including when she served as assistant captain for the goldmedal winning 1998 Olympic Team. Bye was the team’s leading scorer four times, including in that 1998 Olympiad. She was also part of the 2002 Olympic Team that won a silver medal.

Allison Edgar was a linchpin of UNH’s defensive unit for four years. In 137 career games, she compiled 95 points on 39 goals and 56 assists to rank No. 6 on the program’s list of defenseman scoring leaders in points as well as third in goals. Edgar earned Hockey East First Team All-Star accolades as a senior, when she ranked 12th nationally in defensemen scoring at 0.71 points per game. She also was a two-time Second Team selection. The native of Brigden, Ontario epitomized the term student-athlete, as she earned the team’s Award for Academic Excellence all four years and was named Hockey East Top Scholar-Athlete in 2003 and 2004. Edgar skated at the Hockey Canada Under-22 Development Camp in 2002 before returning to Durham for her junior season.

“The University of New Hampshire felt like the perfect place for me when I began my college career. Years after graduation, UNH still feels like the perfect place. During my four years at UNH, I met many people that had a tremendously positive impact on my life and hockey career. “Whether they were teammates, coaches, trainers, friends or even competitors, the sense of ‘family’ at UNH helped me to succeed and eventually move to the next level. No matter where I traveled or played, the spirit and support of UNH was always with me, helping to make my dreams come true.”

“UNH was all around the perfect fit for me -- from the time of my recruiting visit all the way through senior year. My hockey experience was exceptional and I was lucky to play under excellent coaches, as well as play my favorite game with teammates who ultimately became, and still are, some of my closest friends. “Academically, I was supported by each and every person at UNH, from professors to peers to coaches. This support led to success both in the classroom and on the ice. I am very honoured and grateful to be able to say I am a WILDCAT, and fully believe that there are few institutions that could have given me such an enriching student-athlete experience.”

Brandy Fisher became a part of women’s hockey history as the inaugural recipient of the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award (most outstanding women’s collegiate hockey player) in 1998. Fisher captained the ‘98 Wildcats to the national championship. She recorded a still-standing school-record 81 points that year, and her 42 goals from that year also remains as the single-season benchmark. Fisher, who scored the game-winning goal in the fifth overtime of the 1996 ECAC championship game vs. Providence to end the longest collegiate hockey game, also holds the UNH career goals record (129) and is one of three ‘Cats to surpass 200 career points with 240. She went on to play for USA Hockey from 1998-2002. Fisher competed in five international tournaments and was a member of the 2001-02 Pre-Olympic Tour Team.

Class of ‘93

Class of ‘04

Class of ‘98

“My experiences as a Wildcat were far greater than I could have ever imagined. From the amazing women’s hockey tradition to the teammates and friends that I made, I will always cherish the memories. I tell people that I had the perfect college experience… great teammates, great coaches, and a great education. “UNH also helped me take my hockey to the next level. I dreamed of playing for the U.S. team and because of the coaching, the support and the training facilities, I was able to make it to the national level. If I could do it all over again I would not change anything.”

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The UNH Experience

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Sue Merz

Kristen Thomas

Carisa Zaban

Sue Merz was one of four Wildcats to skate on the U.S. Women’s Ice Hockey National Team that won the gold medal at the 1998 Olympics. She also skated for the 2002 silver medal U.S. team and her time with the national team spanned from 1990-2002. Merz is a member of UNH’s Century Club with 107 career points. In 79 career games, she compiled 53 goals and 54 assists. Merz was the team leader in assists in both her sophomore and junior seasons. A native of Greenwich, Conn, Merz helped lead the ‘Cats to the ECAC tournament title in 1991 and to a runner-up finish in both 1992 and 1993.

Kristen Thomas, who captained the Wildcats in her junior and senior years, is one of the most prolific scoring defensemen in UNH history. In fact, she ranks first in assists (83) and is tied atop the points leaderboard with 108. The 83 assists is tied for 10th on the program’s overall leaderboard. Thomas, renowned for a hard slapshot, helped lead the ‘Cats to a Hockey East regular-season title in 2004 as well as tournament runner-up finishes in 2003 and 2004. As a senior in ‘04, Thomas ranked third nationally in defensemen scoring (0.86 points per game) and 13th overall in assists. She tied for the team lead in assists as a junior. Thomas’ collegiate accolades included Hockey East First Team All-Star in both 2003 and 2004 as well as New England All-Star Team. Thomas was a member of the USA Women’s National Under-22 Team in ‘02 and ‘03.

Carisa Zaban is one of the most gifted student-athletes to don a UNH hockey jersey. And the proof is in the record book, where her name is at the top of the career lists for both assists (145) and points (263). She is second in career goals with 118. Zaban is one of only two Wildcats to lead the team in points all four seasons. She also led the team in assists every year, and that’s a feat only she can boast. The native of Glenview, Ill. claims three of the top seven single-season assist marks and three of the top eight single-season point totals. Zaban garnered All-America honors in 2000 and was named a top three finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award that season. She was one of the 10 nominees for the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award in 1999. Zaban competed on the U.S. National Team in 2001 and 2002.

Class of ‘94

“One often doesn’t fully realize the impact a school has on the development of a person until later on in life. I am no exception. UNH not only gave me a great education, it also gave me a supportive community of friends and teammates with whom I grew and developed as a hockey player and a person. “UNH allowed me to hone my athletic skills, springboarding me to the next level in my hockey career. Without the guidance and leadership of the people on and off the ice at UNH, I would not have been able to realize a lifelong goal of becoming an Olympian.”

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Class of ‘04

“My experience at UNH was an absolute dream come true. People often ask what made me decide to make the move to Durham. It was a question anyone could answer themself with a laundry list of the program’s accolades, but truly it was just my gut telling me it was a perfect fit. Of course the ability to get a home cooked meal – and do a little laundry without heckling anyone for quarters – was a bonus. Looking back, my favorite memories as a player were when we were on the road, because I felt like I was going on vacation each and every time. It was filled with hockey, endless card games and, of course, chicken parmigiana. It took me at least a half-hour to pack my bag for a simple one-night trip as I was so excited. I miss those days, but will hold close to me the memories I have.”

Class of ‘00

“I had the best five years at UNH. (Zaban had a medical redshirt season in 1998.) The friends I made were not only teammates but sisters during and after college. It would be really hard to come back to the school and watch a game because every time I step into the Whitt, I want to get back on the ice. “I’m thrilled that the UNH program is back on top where it belongs and is continuing the tradition of going to the finals and winning league titles. If I could do it all over again, trust me, I would!”

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The University of New Hampshire won the inaugural women’s ice hockey championship, which was sponsored by the American Women’s College Hockey Association (AWCHA), in 1998. UNH defeated Brown University, 4-1, on March 21 at the FleetCenter in Boston to win the title.

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National Champions

(Photo courtesy of Dennis DeGriselles)

Olympic Gold In February 1998, four former Wildcats – Karyn Bye (‘93), Colleen Coyne (‘93), Tricia Dunn (‘96) and Sue Merz (‘94) – win the first-ever Olympic gold medal in women’s ice hockey as members of Team USA. Bye (at right) served as an alternate captain on that team. (Photo courtesy of Karyn Bye)

Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award In 1998, senior co-captain Brandy Fisher won the inaugural Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award, which is presented annually to the most outstanding collegiate women’s ice hockey player. Fisher led the nation in both goals and points that season, and her marks of 42 goals and 81 points still stand as UNH single-season records. (Photo courtesy of USA Hockey)

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UNH faced off against Northeastern in the 2010 Sun Life Frozen Fenway game on Jan. 8 to mark the first outdoor game in the history of NCAA womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ice hockey. The Wildcats scored four unanswered goals in the third period to rally for a 5-3 victory.

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UNH WILDCATS...

... Beyond durham

2011-12 UNH HOCKEY september 30

Fri

October 1 7 8 14 15 21 22

Sat Fri Sat Fri Sat Fri Sat

at Niagara

7 pm

at Niagara COLGATE SYRACUSE BOSTON COLLEGE • at Boston College • at St. Lawrence at Clarkson

1 pm 7 pm 5 pm 7 pm 2 pm 4 pm 2 pm

November

3 Thu VERMONT • 6 Sun at Dartmouth 12 Sat at Boston U. • 13 Sun at Providence • 18 Fri at Minnesota 19 Sat at Minnesota 25 Fri MAINE • 26 Sat PRINCETON 29 Tue Union

December 3 Sat 4 Sun 9 Fri 11 Sun

NORTHEASTERN • at Northeastern • at Harvard DARTMOUTH

January

10 Tue at Boston College • 13 Fri CONNECTICUT • 14 Sat CONNECTICUT • 19 Thu BOSTON U. • 21 Sat at Northeastern • 28 Sat VERMONT • 29 Sun at Vermont •

February 4 5 11 12 18 19

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BOSTON U. • at Connecticut • PROVIDENCE • PROVIDENCE • at Maine • at Maine •

home games in bold caps • Hockey East league game

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2012 UNH Women's Ice Hockey Media Guide