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2011-12 Bemidji State Women’s Hockey Game Notes Nov. 24, 2011 • Bemidji State Athletic Media Relations • Contact: Shawn D. Smith • Phone: 218-755-4619 • ssmith@bemidjistate.edu

(6) North Dakota at Bemidji State

2011-12 Schedule September 23 Thunder Bay Queens ^ W, 10-3 30 Providence T, 0-0 October 1 Providence 7 at Ohio State * 8 at Ohio State * 14 at Maine 15 at Maine 21 St. Cloud State * 22 St. Cloud State * 28 (2) Minnesota * 29 (2) Minnesota *

W, 3-1 T, 4-4 (SH L) L, 5-3 W, 3-2 (OT) W, 7-0 W, 8-1 W, 5-2 L, 4-1 W, 2-1

November 4 at Minnesota State * L, 2-1 (OT) 5 at Minnesota State * W, 1-0 10 Lindenwood ^ W, 11-0 19 at (6) Minnesota Duluth * L, 4-1 20 at (6) Minnesota Duluth * W, 4-3 25 (6) North Dakota #* 7:07 p.m. 26 (6) North Dakota #* 7:07 p.m. December 9 Wisconsin * 2:07 p.m. 10 Wisconsin * 2:07 p.m. 30 at Robert Morris 1:00 p.m. 31 at Robert Morris 5:15 p.m. January 6 Minnesota State * 7 Minnesota State * 13 Ohio State * 14 Ohio State * 20 at Minnesota * 21 at Minnesota * 27 at Wisconsin * 28 at Wisconsin *

7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 6:07 p.m. 4:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m.

February 3 at North Dakota * 4 at North Dakota * 10 Minnesota Duluth * 11 Minnesota Duluth * 17 at St. Cloud State * 18 at St. Cloud State * 24-26 WCHA Playoffs

7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 2:07 p.m. 2:07 p.m. 2:07 p.m. 2:07 p.m. TBA

March 2-3 WCHA FINAL FACE-OFF Home games in bold * Denotes WCHA game # Game held in Crookston, Minn. ^ Game held in Eveleth, Minn. All times Central

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WCHA Series, Game 16 and Game 17 Location: Crookston, Minn. (Wheelhouse Homecoming) (Fri.) Sanford Center - Bemidji, Minn. (Sat.) Date & Time: Nov. 25, 7:07 p.m. Nov. 26, 7:07 p.m. Local Radio: The River 92.1 FM (Fri) Talk Radio 1360 KKBJ AM (Sat.) Play by Play: Kelly Schultz Online Radio: BeaverRadioNetwork.com BSU Players to Watch Sr. D 15 Marlee Wheelhouse Sr. G 88 Zuzana Tomcikova Sr. D 25 Montana Vichorek Jr. D 14 Erika Wheelhouse

Last Week for the Beavers

• The Bemidji State University women’s hockey team picked up a split last weekend against No. 6/7 Minnesota Duluth at AMSOIL Arena in Duluth. The Beavers’ 4-3 win Saturday marked the first time BSU has ever beat the historic UMD program on the road and only the second time they have ever beat the Bulldogs. Emily Erickson (R-Jr., F, Coleraine, Minn.) led the charge for the Beavers with two goals and two assists on the weekend as she returned from injury. Montana Vichorek (Sr., D, Moose Lake, Minn.) was also strong with two power-play goals and an assist.

Quick Take - North Dakota

• Brian Idalski has the Fighting Sioux rolling through the first half of the season as they currently boast a No. 6 ranking in both major polls and find itself in third place in the WCHA standings. North Dakota is led by one of the best lines in the country with the Lamoureux twins and newcomer Michelle Karvinen. In goal, UND will be back stopped by Stephanie Ney, who comes in with a 2.51 goals against average.

No. 3 5 6 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 31 35 59 64 88 91 93

Name Pos. Abby Williams F Alex Citrowske F Kristin Huber F Emily Erickson F Whitney Wivoda F Emily McKnight F Molly Arola F Erika Wheelhouse D Marlee Wheelhouse D/F MacKenzie Thurston F Sadie Lundquist F Rachael Kelly F Tess Dusik F Jenessa Philipczyk F Lauren Williams F Kristi King F Alex Ehlert D Montana Vichorek D Kayleigh Chapman D Allie Duellman D Kimberly Lieder D Alana McElhinney G Jessica Havel G Danielle Williams D/F Natasha Kostenko F Zuzana Tomcikova G Jamie Hatheway F/D Tegan Rose D

Bemidji State Roster Ht. 5-2 5-6 5-11 5-9 5-8 5-8 5-9 5-3 5-1 5-7 5-5 5-5 6-0 5-7 5-1 5-4 5-6 5-7 5-8 5-8 5-7 5-8 5-7 5-10 5-11 5-11 5-4 5-5

Yr. R-Jr. Fr. Fr. R-Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. So. So. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. So. Fr.

Head Coach: Steve Sertich Assistant Coaches: Shane Veenker & Amber Fryklund Graduate Assistant Coach: Casie Hanson

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Hometown Alexandria, Minn. Savage, Minn. Kelowna, British Columbia Coleraine, Minn. Fairbanks, Alaska Carman, Manitoba Walker, Minn.. Crookston, Minn. Crookston, Minn. Ottawa, Ontario Cloquet, Minn. Rosemount, Minn. Oak Bluff, Manitoba Stillwater, Minn. Eagan, Minn. Stillwater, Minn. Portage, Wis. Moose Lake, Minn. Virden, Manitoba Maplewood, Minn. Eagan, Minn. Calgary, Alberta Grand Rapids, Minn. Waconia, Minn. Fannystelle, Manitoba Bratislava, Slovakia Trenton, Ontario Gibbons, Alberta


Head Coach Steve Sertich Steve Sertich enters his sixth season as head coach of the BSU women’s hockey program. Sertich has helped propel the program to heights never seen before. At the conclusion of the 2010-11 season, the team finished in sole possession of fifth place in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association, a program best. The same season saw the Beavers open their new home, the Sanford Center, and claim the best home winning record in program history going 9-5-2 on home ice. The Beavers also captured their first-ever wins over a top-ranked team, a 5-3 win over then-No. 1 Mercyhurst Oct. 16, 2010, and their firstever win over Minnesota Duluth, a 1-0 win Nov. 5, 2011. In the spring on 2010, Seritch was inducted into the Minnesota High School Hockey Coaches Hall of Fame. The honor, which is bestowed by the Minnesota Hockey Coaches Association, is given to coaches that have outstanding contributions to the sport of hockey in the state of Minnesota. Under his tutelage, the BSU women’s hockey team has posted its most conference wins in a single season, with nine in both 2009-10 and 2006-07. Sertich has also coached two Olympians while at Bemidji State, Nina Ziegenhals who played for Team Germany in the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, and Zuzana Tomickova who played for Team Slovakia in the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver During summer 2008, Sertich served as an assistant coach for the U.S. Women’s Under-22 Select team that played in the annual three-game Women’s Under-22 Series with Canada, which took place from Aug. 20-23.

Coming Home

• Marlee and Erika Wheelhouse will get the opportunity to play in front of the fans, friends and family who supported them through youth and high school hockey in Crookston this weekend as BSU plays the first of a two-game series at Crookston Sports Center in Crookston, MInn.

Tally Your Votes

• After falling out of the USCHO.com poll following a loss to Minnesota State, BSU is still treceiving votes in both the USCHO.com and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine polls. The Beavers have either received votes or been ranked in both polls since their victory over No. 10 Providence College Oct. 1. This makes it eight-consecutive weeks that BSU has received a vote or been ranked in both polls.

Revenge

• The Beaver players have their eyes set on avenging an overtime loss to North Dakota last season which ended BSU’s season in the first round of the WCHA Playoffs. The loss is still fresh in the minds of last season’s players as they host the Fighting Sioux this weekend in the first match-up between the schools since the loss.

Belly Full of Turkey

• Bemidji State is 1-2-3 in games in the Steve Sertich era that have been played directly after Thanksgiving Day. Their only win following Thanksgiving came in Sertich’s first season over Vermont Nov. 25, 2006, however BSU has picked up ties with Vermont, Wisconsin and Ohio State following Thanksgiving.

Do-Over

• Bemidji State has struggled in first games of series this season as they are only 2-3-2 in the first game of series. However you do not want to catch the Beavers in the second game, or even moreso after they have suffered a loss. BSU is 6-1-0 in second games of series this season and 4-0-0 after suffering a loss.

Controlling Period No. 2 and 3

• BSU is winning games this season with their play in periods No. 2 and No. 3. The Beavers have outscored opponents 40-18 this season between the two periods. In Sunday’s win against UMD the Beavers four goals came in the second and third periods with three goals to stamp their 4-3 victory over No. 6 in the third period.

Against Ranked Foes

• Bemidji State has started the season 3-2-1 against ranked foes as they have wins against No. 2 Minnesota, No. 6 Minnesota Duluth and No. 10 Providence. BSU also tied No. 10 Providence.

Against Ranked Foes

• Bemidji State has started the season 3-2-1 against ranked foes as they have wins against No. 2 Minnesota, No. 6 Minnesota Duluth and No. 10 Providence. BSU also tied No. 10 Providence. The Beavers will get another chance at a ranked foe this weekend as they face No. 6 North Dakota.

And The Points Keep Coming

Sertich was a member of the U.S. National Team from 1973-75 He was also a member of the 1976 U.S. Olympic team, which finished fifth at the Innsbruck, Austria games. The U.S. team recorded wins over Finland and Poland en route to a 2-3 finish in Group A.

BSU has had two players tie the school record for most points in a single game this season as Montana Vichorek (Sr., D, Moose Lake, Minn.) and Sadie Lundquist (Jr., F, Cloquet, MInn.) have each tallied six points in a game. Vichorek notched two goals and four assists in a 8-1 win over St. Cloud State University while Lundquist tallied a goal and five assists versus Lindenwood University. Vichorek’s mark also set the school record for points in a game by a defenseman. Lundquist’s five assists set the school record for assists in a game.

He also played two years in the German Professional League, spending the 1974-75 season as captain for Fussen and two seasons from 1978-80 playing for Nurnburg.

Taking The Next Step

Sertich is a 1974 graduate of Colorado College with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and humanities. He received a master’s degree in elementary education from Minnesota State in 1999.

Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Totals

Sertich year-by-year School Record Bemidji State 11-20-5 Bemidji State 4-29-3 Bemidji State 6-25-5 Bemidji State 12-19-7 Bemidji State 14-17-4 Bemidji State 9-4-2 56-114-26 (.352)

vs WCHA: 40-91-21 (.332) at John S. Glas Fieldhouse: 16-36-12 (.344) at the Sanford Center: 13-6-3 (.659)

• With the program’s start this season the Beavers appear to be taking the next step in building BSU into a nationally respected program. This can be evidenced in the strides made by several players this season. Nine Beaver skaters have already established career-bests for points in a season and BSU is only 15 games into the season. These players are; Molly Arola (4 points), Tess Dusik (7 points), Sadie Lundquist (23 points), Emily McKnight (3 points), Mackenzie Thurston (6 points), Montana Vichorek (18 points), Erika Wheelhouse (15 points), Marlee Wheelhouse (15 points) and Abby Williams (6 points).

Hard Work Pays Off

• After nearly two-and-a-half years with the program third-string goaltender Jessica Havel (Jr., Grand Rapids, Minn.) finally saw her first career action in the third period against Lindenwood University. Havel notched 10 saves in the third period for the Beavers.

Well Isn’t That Special

• The BSU power play is currently ranked third in the nation with 21 goals on 63 attempts while their penalty kill is ranked seventh in the country only allowing six power-play goals this year. Combined, BSU’s special teams are seventh in the nation. Montana Vichorek (Sr., D, Moose Lake, Minn.) and Sadie Lundquist (Jr., F, Cloquet, Minn.) have each tallied five power-play goals this season to lead the Beavers and rank tied for fourth in the nation in power-play goals. BSU’s 21 power-play goals leads the nation.

Chart Toppers

• BSU currently has players in the top 10 in several categories nationally. The Beavers have three players ranked among the top 10 for points per game for defensemen; Montana Vichorek (4), Erika Wheelhouse and Marlee Wheelhouse (T7).In addition, Zuzana Tomcikova is ranked in the top 10 for shutouts (T7). Montana Vichorek and Sadie Lundquist are ranked in a tie for fourth for power-play goals with five while Marlee Wheelhouse is tied for 10th. Rachael Kelly ranks in a tie for third for game-winning goals with three. As a team for the Beavers are in the top


University Information Location: Bemidji, MN 56601 Founded: 1919 Enrollment: 5,360 Nickname: Beavers Colors: Green & White Arena: Sanford Center (200 x 85) Capacity: 4,373 Press Box Phone: (218) 441-4047 Team Information 2011-12 Record:9-4-2 2011-12 WCHA Record: 5-4-1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 19/3 Top returners(G-A-P): Emily Erickson, R-Jr., F, 16g, 11a Sadie Lundquist, Jr., 8g, 14a Montana Vichorek, Sr., D, 2g, 14a Marlee Wheelhouse, Sr., D/F, 2g, 8a Erika Wheelhouse, Jr., D, 1g, 7a Newcomers: 9 (7 forwards, 2 defensemen) Coaching Staff Head Coach: Steve Sertich, (Colorado College, 1974) Record at Bemidji State: 56-114-26 (sixth year) WCHA Record: 40-91-21 Coach Sertich’s Office Phone: (218) 4412958 Assistant Coaches: Amber Fryklund (Bemidji State ‘03) Shane Veenker (Bemidji State ‘01) Media Information Media Relations Contact: Shawn Smith Office Phone: (218) 755-4619 Cell Phone: (319) 319-2545 Email: ssmith@bemidjistate.edu Web site: www.BSUBeavers.com Captains Alana McElhinney Montana Vichorek Marlee Wheelhouse

10 for scoring offense (10), scoring defense (10), scoring margin (10), power play (3), penalty kill (7) and combined special team (7).

Z Watch

• Zuzana Tomcikova (Sr., G, Bratislava, Slovakia) is the career wins leader with 34 victories as the BSU netminder. The senior needs 13 games appeared in, 362 minutes played and 207 saves to surpass the career marks for those categories. Games Appeared In 110 Emily Brookshaw (2004-08) 97 Zuzana Tomcikova Minutes Played 6075: 02 Emily Brookshaw (2004-08) 5713:18 Zuzana Tomcikova Career Wins 34 Zuzana Tomcikova 26 Bre Dedrickson (1999-03) Career Saves 3075 Emily Brookshaw (2004-08) 2868 Zuzana Tomcikova

Home Grown

• BSU has found success recruiting all over Minnesota and has delved into Canada for some talent but currently the Beavers’ five leading scorers all hail from Northern Minnesota. Sadie Lundquist of Cloquet is currently BSU’s leading scorer with eight goals and 15 assists. Emily Erickson of Coleraine has chipped in eight goals and 11 assists. Defensemen Montana Vichorek of Moose Lake and Erika and Marlee Wheelhouse round out BSU’s leading scorers this season.

Moving Forward

• The Bemidji State defense has done a great job of helping score goals this season. The Beaver defensemen have accounted for 53 of 146 points this season. Three players (Montana Vichorek, Marlee Wheelhouse and Erika Wheelhouse) rank in the top 10 in the nation for defenseman scoring and are also among BSU’s top five scorers this season. The BSU blue liners have scored 18 goals and tallied 35 assists this season led by Vichorek’s seven and 11 assists.

Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop

• The Bemidji State women’s hockey team has been a scoring machine this season goals accounting for 54 goals in 15 games. BSU’s 11 goals against Lindenwood marked their highest scoring output since tallying 15 goals versus Wayne State University in 1999.

Friendly Confines

• Bemidji State is 4-1-1 at Sanford Center this season including upset victories over No. 2 Minnesota and No. 10 Providence. BSU is 13-6-3 since opening Sanford Center Oct. 15 against Mercyhurst College. The Beavers have only been swept at Sanford Center once since moving into their new home and that was against No. 1 Wisconsin last season. The Badgers would go on to capture the NCAA Division I National Championship. BSU has had six victories over top 10 teams at Sanford Center including their first-ever win over a No. 1 opponent (Mercyhurst) and their first-ever win over No. 3 Minnesota Duluth.

It Was The Best Start Ever...

• BSU’s 9-4-2 start in the first 15 games is the best start Bemidji State has ever had. The start marks the first time the Beavers has had nine wins through the first 15 games since the 1999-00 season. The Beavers were 9-6-0 that season in the first 15 contests.

Poll Position

• The Bemidji State University women’s hockey team was ranked in a tie for 10th with Harvard during the week of Oct. 31 in USCHO.com poll. The ranking was the first in program history for BSU after upsetting No. 2 University of Minnesota 2-1 Saturday at Sanford Center.

Kelly Named WCHA Rookie of the Week

• Rachael Kelly (Fr., F, Rosemount, Minn.) garnered WCHA Rookie of the Week honors Nov. 2 after scoring a goal to help catapult BSU to a 2-1 victory over No. 2 Minnesota. Kelly leads all Beaver newcomers in scoring with four goals and two assists.

Cleaning Up

• The Bemidji State Beavers have picked up two sweeps this season with two wins against University of Maine and two wins versus WCHA foe St. Cloud State University. The sweep of St. Cloud State was the first conference sweep of the season for BSU.

Comeback Kids

• The Bemidji State University women’s hockey team has shown time and time again this season that they are poised in the face of adversity. After mounting two comebacks against Ohio State University the week prior. BSU did it again as they came from behind in the waning minutes against Maine to come away with an overtime victory over the Black Bears, 3-2. BSU was down 2-1 with less than two minutes left when they pulled the goaltender in order to go on a six-on-four skater advantage via a power play. Emily Erickson (R-Jr., F, Coleraine, Minn.) quickly netted the puck tying the game and forcing an overtime where Tess Dusik (So., F, Oak Bluff, Manitoba) tallied the game winner two minutes into the extra period. BSU again came back after going down 1-0 early last Sunday against Minnesota Duluth. The Beavers scored four goals in the final two periods to pick up their second-ever win over the No. 6 Bulldogs.


2011-12 WCHA Players of the Week Offensive Players of the Week Kathleen Rogan (MSU) - Oct. 5 Amanda Kessel (UM) - Oct. 12 Natalie Spooner (OSU) - Oct. 12 Laura McInitosh (OSU) - Oct. 19 Monique Lamoureux-Kolls (UND) - Oct. 25 Katherine Wilson (UMD) - Nov. 2 Jocelyne Lamoureux (UND) - Nov. 9 Amanda Kessel (UM) - Nov. 23 Carolyne Prevost (UW) - Nov. 23 Defensive Players of the Week Zuzana Tomcikova (BSU) - Oct. 5 Erika Wheelhouse (BSU) - Oct. 12 Alex Rigsby (UW) - Oct. 19 Alex Rigsby (UW) - Oct. 25 Lisa Steffes (OSU) - Nov. 2 Noora Raty (UM) - Nov. 9 Candace Molle (UND) - Nov. 23 Rookies of the Week Blayre Turnbull (UW) - Oct. 5 Meghan Lorence (UM) - Oct. 12 Michelle Karvinen (UND) - Oct. 19 Michelle Karvinen (UND) - Oct. 25 Rachael Kelly (BSU) - Nov. 2 Michelle Karvinen (UND) - Nov. 9 Taylor Kuehl (OSU) - Nov. 23

2011-12 WCHA Scoring Leaders Points 1. Jocelyne Lamoureux (UND) - 35 2. Amanda Kessel (UM) - 34 3. Brianna Decker (UW) - 33 4. Monique Lamoureux-Kolls (UND) - 31 5. Jen Schoullis (UM) - 28 Goals 1. Amanda Kessel (UM) - 17 2. Brianna Decker (UW) - 16 3. Jocelyne Lamoureux (UND) - 14 T4. Brooke Ammerman (UW) - 12 T4. Hilary Knight (UW) - 12 Assists 1. Jocelyne Lamoureux (UND) - 21 2. Monique Lamoureux-Kolls (UND) - 20 3. Jen Schoullis (UM) - 18 T4. Amanda Kessel (UM) - 17 T4. Brianna Decker (UW) - 17 Power-Play Points 1. Jocelyne Lamoureux (UND) - 14 T2. Montana Vichorek (BSU) - 12 T2. Sadie Lundquist (BSU) - 12 T4. Marlee Wheelhouse (BSU) - 11 T5. Monique Lamoureux-Kolls (UND) - 10 T5. Erika Wheelhouse (BSU) - 10

Overtime

• Tess Dusik’s goal Oct. 14 against Maine gave BSU thier first overtime victory since defeating Minnesota State University 2-1 Dec. 11, 2010. The overtime win was only the seventh all-time for the Beavers. BSU again went to overtime last Friday against Minnesota and suffered their first loss of the season in an overtime. The Beavers are 1-1-2 this season in overtime. Their two other overtime games ended in shootout losses to Ohio State and Providence.

Shootout Vets

• Despite two shootout losses BSU can sure say they are already shootout veterans eight games into the season. BSU went to a shootout in their season opener against No. 10 Providence and in their first game of the Ohio State series.

Wheelhouse Selected WCHA Defensive Player of the Week

• Erika Wheelhouse (Jr., D, Crookston, Minn.) earned WCHA Defensive Player of the Week honors after tallying six assists on the weekend against Ohio State University Oct. 7-8. The mark fell just one assist short of her season total from the 2010-11 campaign.

Top 10 Tracker

• In addition to Tomcikova, several other players are closing in on top 10 career marks. Points 10. Caesare Stimson 67 - Montana Vichorek 64 - Emily Erickson 53 Goals 10. Guylaine Hache 32 - Emily Erickson 30 Power Play Goals 5. Kerri McEwen 12 T6. Kate Robinson 11 T6. Montana Vichorek 11 T7. Lisa Peters 10 T7. Caesare Stimson 10 T7. Guylaine Hache 10 = Emily Erickson 9 Assists T7. Alicia Kinsman 51 T7. Annie Bauerfeld 51 8. Montana Vichorek 47 9. Kerri McEwen 45 10. Amy Shepler 39 - Sadie Lundquist 37 - Emily Erickson 33 - Erika Wheelhouse 32 Points by a Defenseman 1. Lisa Peters 87 2. Montana Vichorek 64 3. Marlee Wheelhouse 39 4. Erika Wheelhouse 37 Goals by a Defenseman 1. Lisa Peters 35 2. Montana Vichorek 17 3. Jenny Schnickel 12 4. Marlee Wheelhouse 8 Assists by a Defenseman 1. Lisa Peters 52 2. Montana Vichorek 47 3. Erika Wheelhouse 32 4. Marlee Wheelhouse 29 Consecutive Games Played 6. Jackie Robertson 132 T7. Franny Dorr 124 T7. Marlee Wheelhouse 124 T7. Montana Vichorek 124

Newcomer Watch

• After losing much of its scoring following the 2010-11 season, the BSU women’s hockey team will look to several newcomers to full voids in their lines for the 2011-12 season. • Rachael Kelly (Fr., F, Rosemount, Minn.) leads all newcomers with five goals and two assists. Kelly scored the first goal in BSU’s 2-1 victory over No. 2 Minnesota. Kelly was selected as the conference’s Newcomer of the Week for her performance. Kelly tallied the game-winning goal against Minnesota State Saturday. She is currently third on the team in goals. • Kristin Huber (Fr., F, Kelowna, British Columbia) has appeared in 13 games this season and tallied two vital assists against University of Maine Oct. 14. Huber added her third assist of the season on Kelly’s goal against Minnesota. She tallied her first career goal against Lindenwood Nov. 10.


2011-12 Game Highs Individual Highs Points 6, Montana Vichorek (Oct. 21, 2011 vs. St. Cloud State) 6, Sadie Lundquist (Nov. 10, 2011 vs. Lindenwood) Goals Seven players have tallied 2 goals in a game this season Assists 5, Sadie Lundquist (Nov. 10, 2011 vs. Lindenwood) Shots 9, Emily Erickson (Oct. 14, 2011 at Maine) Saves 46, Zuzana Tomcikova (Oct. 28, 2011 vs. Minnesota) Penalties 3, Tess Dusik (Oct. 15, 2011 at Maine) Penalty Minutes 15, Mackenzie Thurston (Sept. 30, 2011 vs. Providence) Team Highs Points 32 (Nov. 10, 2011 vs. Lindenwood) Goals 11 (Nov. 10, 2011 vs. Lindenwood) Assists 21 (Nov. 10, 2011 vs. Lindenwood) Shots On Goal 72 (Nov. 10, 2011 vs. Lindenwood) Saves 46 (Oct. 28, 2011 vs. Minnesota) Penalties 8 (Oct. 14, 2011 vs. Maine) Penalty Minutes 25 (Sept. 30, 2011 vs. Providence)

• Kayleigh Chapman (Fr., D, Virden, Manitoba) has appeared in 12 games on BSU’s blue line this season. Chapman notched her first career assist on a Lauren Williams goal in the third period of the Oct. 21 contest with St. Cloud State. • Kristi King (So., F, Stillwater, Minn.) scored her first goal as a Beaver against Ohio State to put BSU ahead 4-3 in the Friday match-up with the Buckeyes. Tallied an assist against Lindenwood. • Natasha Kostenko (Fr., F, Fannystelle, Manitoba) assisted on a Kimberly Lieder goal to help the Beavers to a 3-1 victory over No. 10 Providence. Kostenko notched two goals and two assists in BSU’s 11-0 win over Lindenwood. • Whitney Wivoda (Fr., F, Fairbanks, Alaska) tallied two goals and an assist against Lindenwood. Wivoda now has two goals and two assists in her first season at BSU. • Alex Citrowske (Fr., F, Prior Lake, Minn.) played both games against Minnesota making her BSU debut as a member of the fourth line. She also played against Lindenwood. • Tegan Rose became the last freshman who is not redshirting this season to make an appearance for the Beavers. Rose played on the third-line defense against Lindenwood and tallied her first career assist.

Next Week For BSU

• BSU will have a week off before facing the defending National Champions and current No. 1 team in both polls, University of Wisconsin, Dec. 9 and 10 at Sanford Center.

BSU Season Lines Breakdown LW First Line Arola Kelly Dusik L. Williams M. Wheelhouse Dusik Wivoda Second Line Hatheway Kostenko L. Williams L. Williams Dusik L. Williams Citrowske Third Line L. Williams McKnight Arola Kelly Kelly Wivoda Fourth Line Wivoda Kelly Arola Wivoda Wivoda Arola Wivoda Citrowske Citrowske Arola Arola LD First Line Vichorek Vichorek Vichorek E. Wheelhouse Second Line E. Wheelhouse M. Wheelhouse Third Line D. Williams D. Williams Chapman D. Williams E. Wheelhouse Ehlert Rose

C

RW

Lundquist Lundquist Lundquist A. Williams Lundquist Lundquist Lundquist

Erickson (1-0-1) Erickson (0-1-1) Erickson (5-2-0) King (1-0-0) Dusik (0-1-0) King (1-0-0) King (1-0-0)

Thurston Thurston A. Williams A. Williams Lundquist A. Williams A. Williams

Dusik (1-0-1) Dusik (0-1-1) King (4-2-0) Arola (1-0-0) Erickson (1-0-0) D. Williams (1-0-0) L. Williams (1-0-0)

A. Williams Thurston Thurston Thurston Thurston Thurston

King (1-1-2) Arola (1-0-0) Huber (1-0-0) Huber (5-1-0) King (0-1-1) Huber (1-1-0)

Kelly Kostenko Huber Huber McKnight Kostenko Kostenko Kostenko Arola Kostenko Kostenko RD

Huber (0-0-1) McKnight (1-0-0) Wivoda (0-1-1) Kelly (1-0-0) Kelly (1-0-0) Wivoda (2-1-0) King (1-0-0) Wivoda (0-1-0) Wivoda (1-0-0) McKnight (1-0-0) D. Williams (1-1-0)

M. Wheelhouse (6-2-2) Chapman (1-0-0) D. Williams (0-1-0) Vichorek (2-1-0) Lieder (6-3-2) Lieder (3-1-0) Duellman (0-0-1) Ehlert (1-0-0) D. Williams (2-1-1) Chapman (2-1-0) D. Williams (1-0-0) Chapman (2-2-0) Duellman (1-0-0)


2011-12 UMD Schedule September 30 at (2) Boston University L, 4-1 October 1 at (2) Boston University W, 5-1 8 at (1) Wisconsin * L, 5-2 9 at (1) Wisconsin * W, 3-2 (OT) 15 Vermont W, 9-1 16 Vermont W, 4-1 21 Ohio State * W, 11-1 22 Ohio State * W, 7-1 29 at (7) Minnesota Duluth * L, 6-1 30 at (7) Minnesota Duluth * T, 2-2 November 4 at St. Cloud State * 5 at St. Cloud State * 18 Minnesota State * 19 Minnesota State * 25 at Bemidji State * 26 at Bemidji State *

W, 6-2 W, 5-1 W, 5-3 W, 6-1 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m.

December 2 Minnesota * 3 Minnesota * 10 Minnesota Duluth * 11 Minnesota Duluth *

7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 2:07 p.m. 2:07 p.m.

UND Breakdown

Bemidji State Breakdown

Top Players Top Players Jr. F 17 Jocelyne Lamoureux (14g, 21a) Jr. F 17 Sadie Lundquist (8g, 15a) Jr. F/D 18 Monique Lamoureux-Kolls (11g, 20a) R-Jr. F 10 Emily Erickson (8g, 11a) So. F 8 Michelle Karvinen (11g, 15a) Sr. D 25 Montana Vichorek (7g, 11a) Josefine Jakobsen (5g, 7a) Sr. D 15 Marlee Wheelhouse (5g, 10a) Alyssa Wiebe (7g, 3a) Jr. D 14 Erika Wheelhouse (4g, 11a) Monique Weber (3g, 7a) Fr. F 18 Rachael Kelly (5g, 2a) Candace Molle (1g, 8a) So. F 19 Tess Dusik (4g, 3a) Stephanie Ney (2.51 GAA, 286 saves) Sr. G 88 Zuzana Tomcikova (2.04 GAA, 356 saves) Stat Breakdown Stat Breakdown 66 goals 54 goals 18 power-play goals 21 power-play goals .273 power-play converstion pct. .339 power-play conversion pct. 5 short-handed goals 2 short-handed goals .877 penalty kill .885 penalty kill 2.26 goals against average 1.90 goals against average

Stop That Line

• North Dakota is led by arguably the nation’s top line with the trio of Jocelyne Lamoureux, Monique Lamoureux-Kolls and Michelle Karvinen. The line is responsible for 35 goals and 56 assists already this season. The Lamoureux sisters are ranked in the top 10 nationally for points per game and assists. Karvinen is ranked for third in the nation for points per game for rookie players.

A North Dakota-BSU connection January 4 Lindenwood * 14 Wisconsin * 15 Wisconsin * 20 St. Cloud State * 21 St. Cloud State * 27 at Ohio State * 28 at Ohio State *

7:07 p.m. 2:07 p.m. 2:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 6:07 p.m. 3:07 p.m.

February 3 Bemidji State * 4 Bemidji State * 10 at Minnesota State * 11 at Minnesota State * 17 at Minnesota * 18 at Minnesota *

7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 3:07 p.m. 6:07 p.m. 4:07 p.m.

Home games in bold * WCHA game

• BSU graduate assistant Casie Hanson competed as a member of the North Dakota women’s hockey team from 2005-09 where she spent her final two seasons under head coach Brian Idalski who she considers one of her biggest mentors in the coaching profession.

Familiar Foes

• North Dakota and Bemidji State met seven times last season with the Fighting Sioux winning the series 4-2-1. BSU picked up wins over North Dakota in November at Sanford Center in game two of the WCHA playoffs at Purpur Arena in Grand Forks, N.D.

No. 1 2 3 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 25 26 27 29 30 32 33 44 63 91

Name Pos. Shelby Amsley-Benzis G Mary Loken F Madison Kolls D Allison Parizek F Jordan Slavin D Michelle Karvinen F Kayla Berg D Andrea Dalen F Shannon Kaiser F Ashley Holmes D Alyssa Wiebe F Megan Gilbert F Tori Williams D Jocelyne Lamoureux F Monique Lamouruex-Kolls F Margot Miller F/D Kelsey Ketcher F Sara Dagenais F Leah Jensen F Monique Weber F Layla Marvin F Stephanie Ney G Jorid Dagfinrud G Candace Molle D Michelle Bonapace-Potvin G Josie Johnson D/F Josefine Jakobsen F Ashley Furla F/D

North Dakota Roster Ht. 5-7 5-6 5-7 5-4 5-10 5-5 5-5 5-8 5-7 5-9 5-7 5-7 5-3 5-6 5-6 5-9 5-7 5-6 5-6 5-8 5-5 5-9 5-6 5-5 5-7 5-6 5-7 5-6

Yr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. RFr. Fr. Fr. Jr.

Hometown Warroad, Minn. Roseau, Minn. Hudson, Wis. Minot, N.D. Erie, Colo. Rodovre, Denmark Fargo, N.D. Honefoss, Norway Crookston, Minn. Miltona, Minn. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Andover, Minn. The Pas, Manitoba Grand Forks, N.D. Grand Forks, N.D. West Bloomfield, Mich. Mound, Minn. Montreal, Quebec East Grand Forks, Minn. Elk River, Minn. Warroad, Minn. 100 Mile House, British Columbia Sarpsborg, Norway Anchorage, Alaska Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec Waunakee, Wis. Aalborg, Denmark Sedalia, Colo.


USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Division I Women’s Hockey Poll Nov. 22, 2011 No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9.

Team (first place) Wisconsin (19) Minnesota Cornell Boston College Boston University North Dakota Mercyhurst Minnesota Duluth Harvard Northeastern

Points 190 167 155 123 113 94 67 48 39 39

Prev. 1 3 2 4 5 6 9 7 10 8

Others receiving votes: Bemidji State, 7: Clarkson 3 USCHO.com Division I Women’s College Hockey Poll Nov. 21, 2011 No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Team (first place) Wisconsin (14) Minnesota (1) Cornell Boston College Boston University North Dakota Mercyhurst Minnesota Duluth Harvard Northeastern

Points 149 131 122 98 85 77 48 41 32 27

Prev. 1 2 3 4 5 7 9 6 10 8

Others Receiving Votes: Bemidji State 15

Western Collegiate Hockey Association 2011-12 Pre-Season Coaches’ Poll September 21, 2011 No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Team (First Place) Wisconsin (6) Minnesota (2) Minnesota Duluth North Dakota Ohio State Bemidji State Minnesota State St. Cloud State

Points 47 44 35 34 24 20 13 7

The Last Time It Happened Bemidji State swept a road series: Oct. 14-15, 2011 at Maine (3-2, 7-0) Bemidji State was swept in a road series: Feb. 11-12, 2011 at No. 4 Minnesota (4-1, 3-0) Bemidji State swept a home series: Oct. 21-22, 2011 vs. St. Cloud State (8-1, 5-2) Bemidji State was swept in a home series: Feb. 4-5, 2011 vs. No.1 Wisconsin (7-1, 3-2 OT) Bemidji State shut out an opponent: Nov. 11, 2011 vs. Lindenwood (11-0) (Alana McElhinney, nine saves) (Jessica Havel, 10 saves) An opponent shut out Bemidji State: Feb. 12, 2010 vs No. 4 Minnesota (3-0) (Noora Räty, 34 saves) Bemidji State player scored a hat trick: Jan. 28, 2011 vs No. 6 Minnesota Duluth (Erin Cody, 4-3 Loss) An opponent scored a hat trick: Oct. 28, 2011 vs. No. 2 Minnesota (Jen Schoullis; 4-1 Win) Bemidji State player scored four goals in a game: Dec. 4, 1999 at Wayne State (Kerri McEwen, 15-3 win) Bemidji State won when trailing after two periods: Nov. 5, 2005 at Minnesota State (2-1/Trailing 1-0 heading into third period) Bemidji State had 50 or more shots on goal in a game: Nov. 10, 2011 vs. Lindenwood (76 Shots, 11-0 win) Opponent had 50 or more shots on goal in a game: Oct. 28, 2011 vs. No. 2 Minnesota (50 shots, 4-1 loss) Bemidji State player scored a shorthanded goal in a game: Oct. 15, 2011 vs. Maine (Emily Erickson, 7-0 win) Bemidji State won in overtime: Oct. 14, 2011 at Maine (Tess Dusik - GWG, 3-2) Bemidji State lost in overtime: Nov. 4, 2011 at Minnesota State (Ariel Mackley- GWG, 2-1 Bemidji State tied in overtime: Oct. 7, 2011 vs. Ohio State (4-4) Bemidji State scored 10 or more goals in a game: Nov. 10, 2011 vs. Lindenwood (11-0 win) Opponent scored 10 goals or more in a game: Jan. 17, 2009 at No. 1 Minnesota (11-1 loss)

BSU when... Overall record.................................................... 9-4-2 WCHA record.................................................... 5-4-1 Home record..................................................... 4-1-1 Road record...................................................... 4-3-1 Neutral site record............................................. 1-0-0 Last 10 games.................................................. 7-3-0 Last 5 games.................................................... 3-2-0 Scoring a power-play goal................................. 6-3-1 Not scoring a power-play goal........................... 3-1-1 Allowing a power-play goal ............................... 2-1-1 Not allowing a power-play goal ......................... 6-3-1 Scoring a short-handed goal ............................ 2-0-0 Allowing a short-handed goal ........................... 0-0-0 More than 10 penalty minutes .......................... 2-1-2 10 or fewer penalty minutes............................... 7-3-0 More penalties than opponent .......................... 3-1-1 Fewer penalties than opponent ........................ 5-3-1 Same amount of penalties ................................ 1-0-0 In overtime games ............................................ 1-1-2 Scoring four or more goals ............................... 5-0-1 Scoring three goals .......................................... 4-1-0 Scoring two or fewer goals ............................... 2-3-1 Allowing four or more goals .............................. 0-3-2 Allowing three or fewer goals ............................ 9-1-0 Scoring first goal of game ................................. 6-1-0 Opponents score first ....................................... 2-3-2 Leading after one period . ................................. 5-0-1 Trailing after one period .................................... 1-2-0 Tied after one period ........................................ 3-2-1 Scoring first goal of second period ................... 7-0-0 Leading after two periods ................................. 7-0-0 Trailing after two periods . ................................. 0-4-1 Tied after two periods . ..................................... 2-0-1 Scoring first goal of third period ........................ 4-1-1 Having 0-9 shots on goal ................................. 0-0-0 Having 10-19 shots on goal ............................. 0-0-0 Having 20-29 shots on goal ............................. 3-3-0 Having 30-39 shots on goal ............................. 5-1-2 Having 40 or more shots on goal . .................... 1-0-0 Allowing 1-9 shots on goal ............................... 0-0-0 Allowing 10-19 shots on goal ........................... 2-0-0 Allowing 20-29 shots on goal ........................... 4-0-2 Allowing 30 or more shots on goal . .................. 2-3-0 Allowing 40 or more shots on goal..................... 1-1-0 Outshooting opponent ..................................... 8-0-2 Opponents outshoot Bemidji State ................... 1-4-0 Shots are even ................................................. 0-0-0 September........................................................ 0-0-1 October............................................................. 6-2-1 November ........................................................ 3-2-0 December ........................................................ 0-0-0 January ............................................................ 0-0-0 February ........................................................... 0-0-0 March . ............................................................. 0-0-0 Thursdays......................................................... 1-0-0 Fridays ............................................................. 2-2-2 Saturdays ......................................................... 5-2-0 Sundays ........................................................... 1-0-0 Games following a win . .................................... 4-4-1 Games following a loss . ................................... 4-0-0 Games following a tie ....................................... 1-1-0 Total goals scored in first period.....................13 goals Total goals scored in second period...............20 goals Total goals scored in third period...................20 goals Total goals scored in overtime........................... 1 goal Total goals allowed in first period.....................9 goals Total goals allowed in second period...............8 goals Total goals allowed in third period..................10 goals Total goals allowed in overtime........................1 goals


Career Records Points

122 109 100 96 88 88 87 78 70 67

Amber Fryklund.............................. 2000-03 Erin Cody....................................... 2007-11 Kelly Hart........................................ 2003-07 Lill Raynard..................................... 1999-03 Lisa Peters..................................... 1999-03 Kerri McEwen................................. 1999-03 Alicia Kinsman................................ 1999-03 Annie Bauerfeld............................. 2007-11 Nikki Eckebrecht............................ 2003-07 Caesare Stimson............................ 2000-03

Overtime Points

2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Erin Cody................................2007-present Katherine Dunlop............................ 1999-00 Nikki Eckebrecht............................ 2003-07 Kelly Hart........................................ 2003-07 Betsy Hegland................................ 1999-03 Amy Shepler................................... 1999-03 Helena Tageson.............................. 2003-07 Jessica Pullar................................. 2004-08 Tara Hiscock.................................. 2004-08 Sarah Zuelke.................................. 2002-06 Montana Vichorek.............. 2008-present Sadie Lundquist.................. 2009-present Erika Wheelhouse............... 2009-present Tess Dusik........................... 2010-present Rachael Kelly...................... 2011-present Kristin Huber....................... 2011-present

Goals

59 56 43 36 35 35 34 33 32 32

Amber Fryklund.............................. 2000-03 Erin Cody....................................... 2007-11 Kerri McEwen................................. 1999-03 Alicia Kinsman................................ 1999-03 Lisa Peters..................................... 1999-03 Lill Raynard..................................... 1999-03 Caesare Stimson............................ 2000-03 Kelly Hart........................................ 2003-07 Nikki Eckebrecht............................ 2003-07 Guylaine Hache.............................. 2000-04

Power-Play Goals

16 15 14 13 12 11 11 10 10 10

Erin Cody....................................... 2007-11 Amber Fryklund.............................. 2000-03 Tara Hiscock.................................. 2004-08 Erin Johnson.................................. 2007-11 Kerri McEwen................................. 1999-03 Kate Robinson................................ 2003-07 Montana Vichorek..............2008-Present Caesare Stimson............................ 2000-03 Lisa Peters..................................... 1999-03 Guylaine Haché ............................. 2000-04

Overtime Goals 1 1 1 1 1 1

Kelly Hart........................................ 2003-07 Amy Shepler................................... 1999-03 Jessica Pullar................................. 2004-08 Erin Cody....................................... 2007-11 Montana Vichorek.............. 2008-present Tess Dusik........................... 2010-present

Game-Winning Goals

8 7 7 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5

Erin Johnson................................. 2007-11 Erin Cody....................................... 2007-11 Amber Fryklund.............................. 2000-03 Tara Hiscock.................................. 2004-08 Kerri McEwen................................. 1999-03 Kristie Hofer................................... 1999-02 Alicia Kinsman................................ 1999-03 Guylaine Haché.............................. 2000-04 Helena Tageson.............................. 2003-07 Jessica Pullar................................. 2004-08 Sadie Lundquist..................2009-Present

Hat Tricks

3 2 1

Amber Fryklund.............................. 2000-03 Erin Cody....................................... 2007-11 Nine players

Assists

67 63 61 53 52 51 51 47 45 39

Kelly Hart........................................ 2003-07 Amber Fryklund.............................. 2000-03 Lill Raynard..................................... 1999-03 Lisa Peters..................................... 1999-03 Erin Cody....................................... 2007-11 Alicia Kinsman................................ 1999-03 Annie Bauerfeld............................. 2007-11 Montana Vichorek.............. 2008-present Kerri McEwen................................. 1999-03 Amy Shepler................................... 1999-03

Overtime Assists

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Katherine Dunlop............................ 1999-00 Nikki Eckebrecht............................ 2003-07 Betsy Hegland................................ 1999-03 Helena Tageson.............................. 2003-07 Tara Hiscock.................................. 2004-08 Sarah Zuelke.................................. 2002-06 Erin Cody....................................... 2007-11 Sadie Lundquist.................. 2009-present Erika Wheelhouse............... 2009-present Rachael Kelly...................... 2011-present Kristin Huber....................... 2011-present

Shorthanded Goals

4 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 1

Lill Raynard..................................... 1999-03 Erin Cody....................................... 2007-11 Amy Shepler................................... 1999-03 Amber Fryklund.............................. 2000-03 Alicia Kinsman................................ 1999-03 Caesare Stimson............................ 2000-03 Tara Hiscock.................................. 2004-08 Montana Vichorek.............. 2008-present Emily Erickson.................... 2008-present

Points by a Defenseman

87 64 39 37 29 27 26 24 19 18 16

Lisa Peters..................................... 1999-03 Montana Vichorek.............. 2008-present Marlee Wheelhouse............ 2008-present Erika Wheelhouse............... 2009-present Jenny Schnickel............................. 2001-05 Brooke Collins................................ 2005-09 Sarah Zuelke.................................. 2002-06 Haley Balcom................................. 2004-08 Mandy Bambrough......................... 2002-07 Ashley Leopold............................... 2006-09 Nina Ziegenhals.............................. 2003-07

Goals by a Defenseman

35 17 12 10 7 6 5 5 5 5 5

Lisa Peters..................................... 1999-03 Montana Vichorek.............. 2008-present Jenny Schnickel............................. 2001-05 Marlee Wheelhouse............ 2008-present Sarah Zuelke.................................. 2002-06 Brooke Collins................................ 2005-09 Jennifer Retka................................ 1998-99 Mary Short..................................... 1999-00 Mandy Bambrough......................... 2002-07 Haley Balcom................................. 2004-08 Erika Wheelhouse............... 2009-present

Assists by a Defenseman

52 47 32 29 21 19

Lisa Peters..................................... 1999-03 Montana Vichorek.............. 2008-present Erika Wheelhouse...............2009-Present Marlee Wheelhouse............2008-Present Brooke Collins................................ 2005-09 Sarah Zuelke.................................. 2002-06

19 17 15 14 14

Haley Balcom................................. 2004-08 Jenny Schnickel............................. 2001-05 Ashley Leopold............................... 2006-09 Nina Ziegenhals.............................. 2003-07 Mandy Bambrough......................... 2002-07

Games Played

145 144 144 144 143 143 141 140 140 139 139 135

Annie Bauerfeld.............................. 2007-11 Erin Cody....................................... 2007-11 Brooke Collins................................ 2005-09 Jackie Robertson........................... 2006-10 Tara Hiscock.................................. 2004-08 Haley Balcom................................. 2004-08 Mandy Bambrough......................... 2002-07 Kelly Hart........................................ 2003-07 Nikki Eckebrecht............................ 2003-07 Kate Robinson................................ 2003-07 Jessica Pullar................................. 2004-08 seven players

Consecutive Games Played

145 144 135 135 135 132 124 124 124 121

Annie Bauerfeld.............. 10/05/07-Present Brooke Collins................... 10/5/05-2/28/09 Kerri McEwen.................... 10/22/99-3/6/03 Lill Raynard........................ 10/22/99-3/6/03 Jenny Schnickel................ 10/12/01-3/3/05 Jackie Robertson.............. 12/1/06-03/6/10 Franny Dorr......................... 1/27/08-3/6/10 Montana Vichorek......... 10/3/08-present Marlee Wheelhouse....... 10/3/08-present Guylaine Haché............... 10/12/00-1/16/04

Penalty Minutes 273 266 199 184 144 130 126 123

Nikki Eckebrecht............................ 2003-07 Lisa Peters..................................... 1999-03 Jackie Robertson........................... 2006-10 Mandy Bambrough......................... 2002-07 Kristie Hofer................................... 1999-02 Alicia Kinsman................................ 1999-03 Kerri McEwen................................. 1999-03 Nicky Kluck.................................... 2001-05


Single Game Records Most Points, Game

6 6 6 6 6 5 4

Montana Vichorek (2g, 4a).........10/21/11 vs. St. Cloud State (W, 8-1) Kerri McEwen (4g, 2a)..................... 12/4/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 15-3) Alicia Kinsman (2g, 4a).................... 12/4/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 15-3) Sadie Lundquist (1g, 5a)............11/10/11 vs. Lindenwood (W, 11-0) Amber Fryklund (3g, 3a).................. 2/10/01 vs. Wayne State (W, 7-3) Lill Raynard (3g, 2a)....................... 10/29/99 7-1 Bemidji State win over Wayne State 16 times

Most Points, Road Game

6 6 6

Kerri McEwen (4g, 2a)..................... 12/4/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 15-3) Alicia Kinsman (2g, 4a).................... 12/4/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 15-3) Amber Fryklund (3g, 3a).................. 2/10/01 vs. Wayne State (W, 7-3)

Most Points, Period 4 3

Alicia Kinsman (1g, 3a) (first period). 12/4/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 7-3) 12 times

Most Points, Game, Defenseman

6 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Montana Vichorek......................10/21/11 vs. St. Cloud State (W, 8-1) Lisa Peters...................................... 1/20/01 vs. St. Cloud State (T, 4-4) Marlee Wheelhouse....................11/10/11 vs. Lindenwood (W, 11-0) Erika Wheelhouse.........................10/8/11 vs. Ohio State (T, 4-4) Erika Wheelhouse.........................10/9/11 vs. Ohio State (L, 5-3) Erika Wheelhouse.......................11/10/11 vs. Lindenwood (W, 11-0) Lisa Peters.................................... 10/12/00 vs. Boston College (L, 5-6) Lisa Peters...................................... 11/3/01 vs. Minnesota State (W, 4-3) Lisa Peters...................................... 2/15/03 vs. Findlay (W, 5-1) Brooke Collins............................... 12/11/05 at North Dakota (W, 6-1)

Most Points, Game, Goaltender

1 1 1

1 1 1 1

Janet Hicks..................................... 1/22/99 vs. St. Cloud State (L, 1-4) Bre Dedrickson.............................. 10/26/02 vs. Minnesota State (L, 1-2) Jill Luebke.................11/25/05 and 2/24/06 vs. Ohio State (L, 4-2) and vs. St. Cloud State (W, 5-1) Alana McElhinney............................ 1/29/10 at St. Cloud State (L, 3-2) Zuzana Tomcikova . ...................... 11/12/10 vs North Dakota (W, 2-1) Zuzana Tomcikova......................... 11/26/10 at Ohio State (T, 2-2) Alana McElhinney............................ 2/05/11 vs. Wisconsin (L 3-2 OT)

Most Goals, Game 4 3

Kerri McEwen.................................. 12/4/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 15-3) 14 times

Most Goals, Road Game 4 3

Kerri McEwen.................................. 12/4/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 15-3) Erin Cody...................................... 01/28/11 vs. Minnesota Duluth (L, 4-3)

3 3 3 3 3

Jessica Bina.................................... 1/29/99 vs. St. Cloud State (W, 7-4) Amber Fryklund............................... 2/10/01 vs. Wayne State (W, 7-3) Amber Fryklund............................... 11/2/01 vs. Minnesota State (W, 4-3) Guylaine Haché............................. 10/25/02 vs. Minnesota State (W, 6-2) Nikki Eckebrecht............................. 11/6/04 vs. North Dakota (L, 4-6)

Most Goals, Period 3 2

Erin Cody...................................... 10/29/10 First Period vs. St. Cloud State (W, 3-2) Two goals have been scored by one player in one period 32 times. Natasha Kostenko is the last player to equal this mark on Nov. 11, 2011 in the first period vs. Lindenwood

Most Goals, Game, Defenseman

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Tara Reid....................................... 10/23/99 vs. Minnesota-Duluth (L, 6-8) Lisa Peters...................................... 12/4/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 15-3) Lisa Peters........................................ 3/2/00 vs. Wisconsin (L, 2-9) Lisa Peters.................................... 10/12/00 vs. Boston College (L, 5-6) Lisa Peters...................................... 1/20/01 vs. St. Cloud State (T, 4-4) Brooke Collins................................. 11/9/07 vs. Niagara (T, 2-2) Montana Vichorek......................10/21/11 vs. St. Cloud State (W, 8-1) Marlee Wheelhouse....................11/10/11 vs. Lindenwood (W, 11-0)

Most Assists, Game

5 4 4 4 3

Sadie Lundquist..........................11/10/11 vs. Lindenwood (W, 11-0) Alicia Kinsman................................. 12/4/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 15-3) Lill Raynard...................................... 12/4/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 15-3) Montana Vichorek......................10/21/11 vs. St. Cloud State (W, 8-1) 22 times

Most Assists, Road Game

4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Alicia Kinsman................................. 12/4/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 15-3) Lill Raynard...................................... 12/4/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 15-3) Kristie Hofer.................................... 12/4/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 15-3) Lisa Peters........................................ 1/7/00 vs. Concordia-Moorhead (W, 9-0) Amber Fryklund............................. 10/12/00 vs. Boston College (L, 5-6) Amber Fryklund............................... 2/10/01 vs. Wayne State (W, 7-3) Lill Raynard...................................... 1/18/02 vs. Wayne State (W, 5-0) Sadie Lundquist..........................10/15/11 vs. Maine (W, 7-0) Erika Wheelhouse.........................10/7/11 vs. Ohio State (T, 4-4) Erika Wheelhouse.........................10/8/11 vs. Ohio State (L, 5-3)

Most Assists, Period 3 3 3 2

Alicia Kinsman (first period).............. 12/4/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 15-3) Guylaine (third period)................... 10/27/01 vs. St. Cloud State (T, 4-4) Marlee Wheelhouse....................10/21/11 vs. St. Cloud State (W, 8-1) 50 times

Most Assists, Game, Defenseman 4 3 3 3 3

Montana Vichorek......................10/21/11 vs. St. Cloud State (W, 8-1) Lisa Peters...................................... 2/15/03 vs. Findlay (W, 5-1) Erika Wheelhouse.........................10/7/11 vs. Ohio State (T, 4-4) Erika Wheelhouse.........................10/8/11 vs. Ohio State (W, 5-3) Marlee Wheelhouse....................10/21/11 vs. St. Cloud State (W, 8-1)

Fastest Goal From Start Of A Game

0:11 Amy Shepler.................................... 12/3/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 4-3) 0:29 Lisa Peters...................................... 1/13/02 vs. Minnesota (L, 2-3) 0:38 Guylaine Haché................................. 2/8/04 vs. North Dakota (L, 3-5) 0:48 Lill Raynard........................................ 3/1/03 vs. Ohio State (L, 2-6) 0:50 Amber Fryklund............................... 2/10/01 vs. Wayne State (W, 7-3) 0:56 Abby Williams.............................11/10/11 vs. Lindenwood (W, 11-0)

Fastest Goal From Start Of A Period

0:11 Alicia Kinsman (second period)...... 10/29/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 7-1) 0:11 Amy Shepler (first period)................. 12/3/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 4-3) 0:13 Helena Tageson (second period).... 11/27/04 vs. St. Cloud State (L, 2-3) 0:15 Erin Cody (second period)............. 10/16/10 vs Mercyhurst (W, 5-3) 0:22 Montana Vichorek (second period).......... 11/10/11 vs. Lindenwood (W, 11-0) 0:24 Katie Ward (second period)............... 1/6/02 vs. Findlay (W, 5-2) 0:26 Guylaine Haché (third period)......... 10/25/02 vs. Minnesota State (W, 6-2) 0:28 Emily Erickson (third period)........... 10/21/11 vs. St. Cloud State

Fastest Two Goals

0:44 Kerri McEwen................................ 11/13/99 16:31 and 17:15, third period vs. Wisconsin (L, 4-7) 1:00 Lill Raynard.................................... 10/29/99 19:55 and 0:55, second and third periods vs. Wayne State (W, 7-1) 1:16 Erin Cody...................................... 01/28/11 11:18 and 12:24, second period vs. Minnesota Duluth (L, 4-3) 1:24 Amber Fryklund............................. 11/18/00 19:36 and 1:00, second and third periods vs. Wisconsin (L, 4-14) 1:35 Jenn Sadler................................... 12/12/03 15:20 and 16:55, second period vs. St. Cloud State (W, 5-3)


Goaltending Records Games Appeared In, Career

110 97 81 72 62 31 22

Emily Brookshaw............................ 2004-08 Zuzana Tomcikova.............2008-Present Bre Dedrickson............................... 1999-03 Jill Luebke...................................... 2002-06 Anik Côté....................................... 2000-04 Alana McElhinney...............2008-Present Janet Hicks.................................... 1998-99

Minutes Played, Career

6075:02 5713:18 4414:58 3735:07 3377:13

Emily Brookshaw................... 2004-08 Zuzana Tomcikova.....2008-Present Bre Dedrickson...................... 1999-03 Jill Luebke.............................. 2002-06 Anik Côté............................... 2000-04

Shutouts, Career

16 6 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 1

Zuzana Tomcikova.............2008-Present Emily Brookshaw............................ 2004-08 Bre Dedrickson............................... 1999-03 Alana McElhinney...............2008-Present Anik Côté....................................... 2000-04 Katie Anderson............................... 1999-02 Janet Hicks.................................... 1998-99 Laura Pogreba................................ 1999-00 Jill Luebke...................................... 2002-06 Jessica Ptachick............................. 2006-08

Shutouts, Season

6 5 3 3 2 2

Zuzana Tomcikova...................... 2010-11 Zuzana Tomcikova.......................... 2009-10 Emily Brookshaw............................ 2004-05 Zuzana Tomcikova.......................... 2008-09 Alana McElhinney........................... 2009-10 Zuzana Tomcikova...................... 2011-12

Longest Shutout Sequence

149:30 120:13 106:31 105:10 101:57 93:44 82:23 81:43

Zuzana Tomcikova................. 2010-11 Emily Brookshaw................... 2004-05 Laura Pogreba....................... 1999-00 Bre Dedrickson...................... 2000-01 Zuzana Tomcikova................. 2009-10 Katie Anderson...................... 1999-00 Bre Dedrickson...................... 2001-02 Anik Côté............................... 2002-03

Wins, Career

34 26 23 15 12 5 7 2 2

Zuzana Tomcikova.............2008-Present Bre Dedrickson............................... 1999-03 Emily Brookshaw............................ 2004-08 Jill Luebke...................................... 2002-06 Anik Côté....................................... 2000-04 Katie Anderson............................... 1999-02 Alana McElhinney...............2008-Present Janet Hicks.................................... 1998-99 Laura Pogreba................................ 1999-00

Wins, Season

12 10 10 9 8 7 7 6 6 5 5

Zuzana Tomcikova........................ 2010-11 Zuzana Tomcikova.......................... 2009-10 Emily Brookshaw............................ 2006-07 Bre Dedrickson............................... 1999-00 Bre Dedrickson............................... 2001-02 Bre Dedrickson............................... 2000-01 Jill Luebke...................................... 2005-06 Emily Brookshaw............................ 2004-05 Zuzana Tomcikova...................... 2011-12 Anik Côté....................................... 2002-03 Zuzana Tomcikova.......................... 2008-09

Saves, Career

3075 2868 2379 1721 1640 917 817

Emily Brookshaw................... 2004-08 Zuzana Tomcikova.....2008-Present Bre Dedrickson...................... 1999-03 Jill Luebke.............................. 2002-06 Anik Côté............................... 2000-04 Janet Hicks............................ 1998-99 Alana McElhinney......2008-Present

Saves, Season 1072 1025 985 917 818 795 704 620 601 559 520

Emily Brookshaw................... 2007-08 Zuzana Tomcikova................. 2008-09 Emily Brookshaw................... 2006-07 Janet Hicks............................ 1998-99 Bre Dedrickson...................... 2000-01 Zuzana Tomcikova................. 2009-10 Bre Dedrickson...................... 1999-00 Zuzana Tomcikova................ 2010-11 Bre Dedrickson...................... 2001-02 Jill Luebke.............................. 2005-06 Emily Brookshaw................... 2005-06

Saves, Game 66 58 58 57 56 56 54

Janet Hicks..............................Feb. 1, 1999 Janet Hicks............................Nov. 14, 1998 Bre Dedrickson........................ Dec. 2, 2000 Bre Dedrickson....................... Jan. 27, 2001 Janet Hicks.............................. Jan. 1, 1999 Alana McElhinney................... Oct. 16, 2010 Janet Hicks............................Feb. 19, 1999

Save Percentage, Season (minimum 33% of team’s minutes played) .938 Zuzana Tomcikova................. 2009-10 .934 Zuzana Tomcikova................ 2010-11 .918 Emily Brookshaw................... 2007-08 .917 Zuzana Tomcikova................. 2008-09 .914 Anik Côté............................... 2001-02 .912 Emily Brookshaw................... 2004-05 .908 Emily Brookshaw................... 2005-06 .906 Bre Dedrickson...................... 2001-02 .905 Jill Luebke.............................. 2005-06 .904 Emily Brookshaw................... 2006-07 .897 Alana McElhinney................... 2009-10


2011-12 Season Stats Overall: 9-5-2 • Conf: 5-4-1 • Home: 4-1-1 • Away: 4-3-1 • Neut: 1-0-0 No. Name GP 17 Lundquist, Sadie 15 10 Erickson, Emily 12 25 Vichorek, Montana 15 15 Wheelhouse, Marlee 15 14 Wheelhouse, Erika 15 18 Kelly, Rachael 13 19 Dusik, Tess 14 3 Williams, Abby 15 16 Thurston, Mackenzie 15 64 Kostenko, Natasha 11 13 Arola, Molly 15 11 Wivoda, Whitney 13 6 Huber, Kristin 13 22 Williams, Lauren 15 29 Lieder, Kimberly 15 12 McKnight, Emily 4 23 King, Kristi 15 27 Chapman, Kayleigh 12 93 Rose, Tegan 1 5 Citrowske, Alex 3 28 Duellman, Allie 2 24 Ehlert, Alex 5 91 Hatheway, Jamie 2 59 Williams, Danielle 14 TM TEAM 4 Total............... 15 Opponents........... 15 No. Name 35 Havel, Jessica 31 McElhinney, Alana 88 Tomcikova, Zuzana TM EMPTY NET Total............... Opponents...........

G A 8 15 8 11 7 11 5 10 4 11 5 2 4 3 2 4 0 6 2 3 2 2 2 2 1 3 2 1 1 2 0 3 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 54 92 29 46

Pts Shots 23 45 19 54 18 58 15 45 15 39 7 25 7 34 6 22 6 25 5 10 4 12 4 9 4 21 3 26 3 21 3 3 2 22 1 5 1 4 0 2 0 8 0 0 0 1 0 9 0 0 146 500 75 444

GP-GS Minutes 1-0 20:00 3-3 159:54 12-12 735:00 4-0 1:48 15-0 916:42 15-0 916:42

GA 0 2 25 2 29 54

Pct .178 .148 .121 .111 .103 .200 .118 .091 .000 .200 .167 .222 .048 .077 .048 .000 .045 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .108 .065

+/- +9 +6 -4 +4 +7 +1 +1 +1 +1 +2 +6 0 -3 -2 +14 +5 +1 +2 +2 0 +2 0 0 -4 0 +51 -

Avg Saves 0.00 10 0.75 49 2.04 356 - 0 1.90 415 3.53 446

No-Min Min 3-6 3 3-6 3 4-8 4 2-4 2 1-2 1 2-4 2 8-16 8 0-0 0 4-19 2 1-2 1 3-6 3 0-0 0 2-4 2 5-13 4 5-10 5 1-2 1 3-6 3 3-6 3 1-2 1 1-2 1 0-0 0 1-2 1 0-0 0 3-6 3 2-4 2 58-130 55 71-153 69 Pct 1.000 .961 .934 .000 .935 .892

W 0 3 6 0 9 4

Maj 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1

Oth 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

PP SH 5 0 2 1 5 1 4 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 2 6 0

FG 2 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 7

L 0 0 4 0 4 9

T 0 0 2 0 2 2

SO PP 0 0 1 2 2 4 1 0 4 6 1 21

GW 2 0 1 0 0 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 4 SH 0 0 0 0 0 2

GTG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

OT 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

EN 0 0 0 2 2 2

HT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

PN 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

UA 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1

Pen SOG 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0


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