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2011-12 Bemidji State Women's Hockey September 22, 2011 • Bemidji State Athletic Media Relations • Contact: Shawn D. Smith • Phone: 218-755-4619 • ssmith@bemidjistate.edu

2011-12 Schedule

Thunder Bay Queens at Bemidji State

September 23 Thunder Bay Queens ^ 7:07 p.m. 30 Providence 7:07 p.m. October 1 Providence 4:07 p.m. 7 at Ohio State * 7:07 p.m. 8 at Ohio State * 4:07 p.m. 14 at Maine 7:00 p.m. 15 at Maine 5:00 p.m. 21 St. Cloud State * 2:07 p.m. 22 St. Cloud State * 2:07 p.m. 28 Minnesota * 7:07 p.m. 29 Minnesota * 7:07 p.m. November 4 at Minnesota State * 7:07 p.m. 5 at Minnesota State * 3:07 p.m. 10 Lindenwood ^ 7:00 p.m. 19 at Minnesota Duluth * 3:07 p.m. 20 at Minnesota Duluth * 3:07 p.m. 25 North Dakota #* 7:07 p.m. 26 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 * 7:07 p.m. 7 Minnesota State * 7:07 p.m. 13 Ohio State * 7:07 p.m. 14 Ohio State * 7:07 p.m. 20 at Minnesota * 6:07 p.m. 21 at Minnesota * 4:07 p.m. 27 at Wisconsin * 7:07 p.m. 28 at Wisconsin * 7:07 p.m. February 3 at North Dakota * 7:07 p.m. 4 at North Dakota * 7:07 p.m. 10 Minnesota Duluth * 2:07 p.m. 11 Minnesota Duluth * 2:07 p.m. 17 at St. Cloud State * 2:07 p.m. 18 at St. Cloud State * 2:07 p.m. 24-26 WCHA Playoffs TBA March 2-3 WCHA FINAL FACE-OFF

TBA

Home games in bold * Denotes WCHA game ^ Game held in Eveleth, Minn. # Game held in Crookston, Minn. All times Central

Exhibition Game 1 Location: Bemidji, Minn. (Sanford Center) Date & Time: Sept. 23, 7 p.m. Video: NMTV Local Radio: The River 92.1 FM Play by Play: Kelly Schultz Online Radio: BeaverRadioNetwork.com BSU Top Returners R-Jr., F, Emily Erickson (16g, 11a) Jr., F, Sadie Lundquist (8g, 14a) Sr., D, Montana Vichorek (2g, 14a) Sr., D/F, Marlee Wheelhouse (2g, 8a) Sr., G, Zuzana Tomcikova (1.84 gaa, 692 saves)

Up next for the Beavers

• The Bemidji State University women’s hockey team will open the 2011-12 season on Friday with an exhibition against the Thunder Bay Queens. The Queens are a Midget AA team from Thunder Bay, Ontario. They have sent several players on to play collegiate women’s hockey in the United States and Canada. Former Bemidji State players Kelly McEwen (1999-01), Kerri McEwen (199903) and Melissa Valiant (1999-00) were all products of the Thunder Bay Queens program.

Scouting Thunder Bay

• The Thunder Bay Queens went 43-16-4 during the 2010-11 season en route to a silver medal at the Ontario Women’s Hockey Association Provincial Championships. The Queens captured two tournament titles, four silver medals and one bronze medal last season under head coach Denis LaVoie. Thunder Bay is 8-0 so far this season after capturing the title at the Stoney Creek Showcase in Hamilton, Ontario Sept. 11. • Senior forward Michela Cava has led the Queens thus far this season. Cava was named the Most Valuable Player at the Stoney Creek Showcase picking up eight points on six goals and two assists including a game-winner.

Bemidji State Roster

No. Name Pos. Ht. Yr. Shoot/Catch 3 Abby Williams F 5-2 R-Jr. L 5 Alex Citrowske F 5-6 Fr. L 6 Kristin Huber F 5-11 Fr. R 10 Emily Erickson F 5-9 R-Jr. L 11 Whitney Wivoda F 5-8 Fr. L 12 Emily McKnight F 5-8 Fr. R 13 Molly Arola F 5-9 Jr. L 14 Erika Wheelhouse D 5-3 Jr. L 15 Marlee Wheelhouse D 5-1 Sr. R 16 MacKenzie Thurston F 5-7 Jr. L 17 Sadie Lundquist F 5-5 Jr. R 18 Rachael Kelly F 5-5 Fr. R 19 Tess Dusik F 6-0 So. R 20 Jenessa Philipczyk F 5-7 Fr. L 22 Lauren Williams F 5-1 Sr. R 23 Kristi King F 5-4 So. R 24 Alex Ehlert D 5-6 So. R 25 Montana Vichorek D 5-7 Sr. R 27 Kayleigh Chapman D 5-8 Fr. R 28 Allie Duellman D 5-8 So. R 29 Kimberly Lieder D 5-7 Sr. R 31 Alana McElhinney G 5-8 Sr. L 35 Jessica Havel G 5-7 Jr. L 59 Danielle Williams D/F 5-10 So. R 64 Natasha Kostenko F 5-11 Fr. R 88 Zuzana Tomcikova G 5-11 Sr. L 91 Jamie Hatheway F/D 5-4 Jr. R 93 Tegan Rose D 5-5 Fr. L Head Coach: Steve Sertich (Sixth season) Assistant Coach: Amber Fryklund (First season) Assistant Coach: Shane Veenker (Fifth season) Volunteer Assistant Coach: Casie Hanson (Second season)

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 on Oct. 16, 2010, and their first ever win over Minnesota Duluth, a 1-0 win on 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. 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. 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. 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 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 13-15-4 46-108-24 (.326)

vs WCHA: 33-87-20 (.307) at John S. Glas Fieldhouse: 16-36-12 (.343) at the Sanford Center: 9-5-2 (.625)

BSU Women’s Hockey Season Outlook

• The Bemidji State University women’s hockey team is coming off a historic season in 2010-11. The Beavers accomplished firsts last season including beating a No. 1 team for the first time in program history, recording the program’s first-ever win over University of Minnesota Duluth and snapping a 17-game losing streak to University of Minnesota on its way to a 14-17-4 (11-13-4-2 WCHA) mark and a fifth-place WCHA finish. Bemidji State will look to build off its historic season heading into 2011-12 despite the loss of seniors Annie Bauerfeld, Erin Cody and Erin Johnson. Cody and Bauerfeld both ended their careers as Top 10 scorers in the BSU record books. With the loss of much of its scoring, BSU will turn to a strong defensive core in All-WCHA goaltender Zuzana Tomcikova (Sr., Bratislava, Slovakia) along with seniors Kimberly Lieder (D, Eagan, Minn.), Montana Vichorek (D, Moose Lake, Minn.) and Marlee Wheelhouse (D, Crookston, Minn.) and sophomore Erika Wheelhouse (D, Crookston, Minn.). Tomcikova posted a 1.84 goals against average and 692 saves last season. The senior is on the verge of capturing career records in both wins and saves. On the offensive side, the Beavers will need strong seasons from Emily Erickson (Jr., F, Coleraine, Minn.) and Sadie Lundquist (Jr., F, Cloquet, Minn.). They will also turn to several other returnees and newcomers to step up as they look to fill the void of their trio of departed seniors.

Forwards

• Bemidji State will have to replace nearly 40 percent of its scoring with the loss of Bauerfeld, AllWCHA selection Cody and Johnson. “We have some big shoes to fill scoring-wise with those three graduating,” said head coach Steve Sertich. “Sadie and Emily both had good years last year and we are expecting good things from them this year.” The pair was the second and third-leading scorers for the Beavers behind Cody last season. Lundquist had a breakthrough sophomore year scoring eight goals and tallying 14 assists while Erickson had 16 goals and 11 assists and led the team with six power-play scores. Other key contributors last season were senior Lauren Williams (Eagan, Minn.), juniors Abby Williams (Alexandria, Minn.) and Mackenzie Thurston (Ottawa, Ontario) and sophomore Tess Dusik (Oak Bluff, Manitoba). Lauren tallied five points last season (3g-2a). Abby had two goals in her first season playing for the Beavers after sitting out 2009-10 after transferring from Minnesota State University. Thurston had two assists during her sophomore season. “I believe Mackenzie is ready to take her game to the next level,” Sertich said. “Offensively I think she has some confidence coming into the season. We are also looking for some scoring out of Tess, Abby and Lauren.” Also returning to the fray are juniors Molly Arola (Walker, Minn.) and Jamie Hatheway (Trenton, Ontario) and sophomore Emily McKnight (Carman, Manitoba). Arola scored her lone goal of the year on a power-play at University of Minnesota Duluth. Both Hatheway and McKnight contributed last season but neither player scored. The Beavers add several newcomers for the 2011-12 season at the forward position. Joining the program are Maine transfer Kristi King (So., Stillwater, Minn.) along with freshmen Alex Citrowske (Prior Lake, Minn.), Kristin Huber (Kelwona, British Columbia), Rachael Kelly (Rosemount, Minn.), Natasha Kostenko (Fannystelle, Manitoba) and Whitney Wivoda (Fairbanks, Alaska), King had two goals and one assist for the Black Bears during her freshman campaign.

Defensemen

• Bemidji State will be anchored by a defensive unit that returns every member from a group that set the school record for fewest goals allowed (88) last season. Anchoring the blue-line for the Beavers will be seniors Lieder, Marlee Wheelhouse and Vichorek and junior Erika Wheelhouse. Vichorek led all BSU defensemen in scoring last season with 16 points (2g-14a). The Wheelhouse sisters also had strong campaigns in 2010-11. Marlee had 10 points (2g-8a) while sister Erika posted eight points (1g-7 a). Lieder added four points (1g-3a), as a junior. “Defensively we have a nucleus of Montana, the Wheelhouse sisters and Kim who are returners who played a lot last season,” Sertich said. Also returning to the blue-line are sophomores Allie Duellman (Maplewood, Minn.), Alex Ehlert (Portage, Wis.) and Danielle Williams (Waconia, Minn.). Duellman and Williams both had two points last season (1g-1a) while Ehlert tallied one assist. Joining the ranks of the defensive corps are freshmen Kayleigh Chapman (Virden, Manitoba) and Tegan Rose (Gibbons, Alberta). “Hopefully some of the younger players can raise their game to another level and provide some support to the upperclassmen.,” Sertich said.


University Information Location: Bemidji, MN 56601 Founded: 1919 Enrollment: 5,020 Nickname: Beavers Colors: Green & White Arena: Bemidji Regional Events Center (200 x 85) Capacity: 4,373 Press Box Phone: (218) 441-4047 Team Information 2010-11: 13-15-4 2010-11 WCHA Record: 11-13-4-2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 19/3 Top returners(G-A-P): Emily Erickson, R-Jr., F, 16g, 11a Sadie Lundquist, Jr., F, 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: 46-108-24 (sixth year) WCHA Record: 33-87-20 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) 431-2545 Email: ssmith@bemidjistate.edu Web site: www.BSUBeavers.com

Goalies

• Goaltending for Bemidji State continues to be one of the team’s strongest areas as they head into the 2011-12 season. All-WCHA second team selection Tomcikova anchors the position for the Beavers heading into her senior season. Tomcikova already holds school records in goals against average and winning percentage. She will be chasing the program’s records for career wins and saves during her senior campaign. Her goals against average of 1.84 was good for the school record for lowest goals against average in a season. Tomcikova also set season records for most wins (13) and most shutouts (six) during her junior season. Joining Tomcikova in the crease is Alana McElhinney (Sr., Calgary, Alberta). McElhinney started eight games last year including a win over No. 1 Mercyhurst. She grabbed 235 saves last season. The pair of BSU goaltenders combined to set a school record with the fewest goals allowed (88) in one season. “We have veteran goaltending with both Zuzana and Alana returning,” Sertich said. “Both players have played in the league and played against good teams. We look forward to having both of them back for their senior seasons. Jessica Havel (Jr., Grand Rapids, Minn.) also returns at goaltender for the Beavers.

Z Watch

• Zuzana Tomcikova is on track to set several school records during her senior season. The Slovakian superstar in goal for the Beavers already owns school records for career shutouts (13), season shutouts (5) and season wins (12). Z is on track to capture career records in games appeared in by a goalie, career minutes played by a goalie, career wins and career saves. Games Appeared In 110 Emily Brookshaw (2004-08) 83 Zuzana Tomcikova

Career Wins 33 Bre Dedrickson (1999-03) 27 Zuzana Tomcikova

Minutes Played 6075:02 Emily Brookshaw (2004-08) 4783:11 Zuzana Tomcikova

Career Saves 3075 Emily Brookshaw (2004-08) 2440 Zuzana Tomcikova

Fryklund returns to old stomping grounds

• it is not very often that a program’s all-time leading scorer gets to return to the place she played her college hockey. Amber Fryklund breaks that mold as she became the new assistant coach for Steve Sertich heading into the 2011-12 season. Fryklund has spent the last eight years coaching high school hockey in the Duluth area.

U.S. National Team Invite

• Montana Vichorek (Sr., D, Moose Lake, Minn.) was invited to participate in the USA Women’s Hockey National Festival which allowed her the chance to tryout for the USA Women’s Hockey National Team. Vichorek was one of 79 players invited to participate in the camp.

Captains

Thunder Bay Queens Roster

Alana McElhinney

Montana Vichorek

Marlee Wheelhouse

No. Name Pos. 4 Brianna Iazzolino D 5 Azia Vass D 7 Natasha Nicholl F 8 Michela Cava F 9 Kaitlyn Tougas F 10 Michaela Coulter D/F 11 Bronwyn Bolduc F 12 Kaley Tienhaara F 14 Jessie Schedlosky D 16 Jillian Langtry F 17 Samantha Strassburger F 18 Jessica Gazzol F 19 Farrah Nicholl D 21 Michelle Carlson D 22 Drue Ahola F 30 Jayde Turcotte G 35 Megan Leikkari G Head Coach: Denis Lavoie Assistant Coach: Dan Lavoie Assistant Coach: Mitch Romano Manager/Trainer: Crystal Tustian Goalie Coach: Rick Evoy

Ht. 5-7 5-2 5-7 5-4 5-4 5-6 5-7 5-6 5-5 5-3 5-4 5-2 5-4 5-4 5-3 5-9 5-7

Yr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr.

Shoot/Catch R L L R R R R L R L L R L L L L L


USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Division I Women’s Hockey Poll March 22, 2011 No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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

Points 190 165 140 139 114 98 85 45 38 22

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

Others receiving votes: Ohio State 6; Northeastern 3

Team (first place) Wisconsin (14) Boston University Cornell Minnesota Boston College Minnesota Duluth North Dakota Mercyhurst Quinnipiac Dartmouth Providence

Points 140 116 111 96 85 75 44 42 17 12 12

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

Others Receiving Votes: Northeastern 11; Harvard 8; Ohio State 1

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

Bemidji State swept a road series: Jan. 8-9, 2011 at St. Cloud State (3-1, 3-1) 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: Jan. 21-22, 2010 vs. Minnesota State (2-0, 3-1) 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: Feb., 2011 at No. 8 North Dakota (3-0) (Zuzana Tomcikova, 22 saves)

USCHO.com Division I Women’s College Hockey Poll Sept. 19, 2011 No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 T10 T10

The Last Time It Happened

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: Jan. 22, 2010, vs. Ohio State (Hokey Langan, 5-2 loss) 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: Feb. 8, 2002 vs. Minnesota State (52 Shots, 5-1 win) Opponent had 50 or more shots on goal in a game: Oct. 16, 2010 vs No. 1 Mercyhurst (59 Shots, 5-3 Win) Bemidji State player scored a shorthanded goal in a game: Jan.15, 2011 at No. 6 North Dakota (Annie Bauerfeld, 5-2 loss) Bemidji State won in overtime: Dec. 11, 2010 at Minnesota State (Montana Vichorek - GWG, 2-1) Bemidji State lost in overtime: Feb. 27, 2011 at No. 8 North Dakota (Monique Lamoureux-Kolls- GWG, 3-2) Bemidji State tied in overtime: Feb. 19, 2011 vs Ohio State (1-1) Bemidji State scored 10 or more goals in a game: Dec. 4, 1999 at Wayne State (15-3 win) Opponent scored 10 goals or more in a game: Jan. 17, 2009 at No. 1 Minnesota (11-1 loss)

BSU when... Overall record................................................ 14-17-4 WCHA record.............................................11-13-4-2 Home record..................................................... 9-5-2 Road record.................................................... 5-12-2 Neutral site record............................................. 0-0-0 Last 20 games................................................ 7-11-2 Last 10 games.................................................. 2-7-1 Last 5 games.................................................... 2-2-1 Scoring a power-play goal................................. 9-6-2 Not scoring a power-play goal......................... 5-11-2 Allowing a power-play goal ............................. 1-10-1 Not allowing a power-play goal ....................... 13-7-3 Scoring a short-handed goal ............................ 1-1-0 Allowing a short-handed goal ........................... 0-4-0 More than 10 penalty minutes .......................... 6-3-0 10 or fewer penalty minutes............................. 8-14-4 More penalties than opponent .......................... 5-3-1 Fewer penalties than opponent ...................... 4-12-3 Same amount of penalties ................................ 5-2-0 In one-goal games . .......................................... 4-4-0 In two-goal games . .......................................... 6-5-0 In three-goal or more games ............................ 4-8-0 In overtime games ............................................ 1-2-4 Scoring four or more goals ............................... 3-0-0 Scoring three goals .......................................... 6-2-0 Scoring two or fewer goals ............................. 5-15-4 Allowing four or more goals ............................ 0-10-0 Allowing three or fewer goals .......................... 13-7-4 Scoring first goal of game ............................... 13-6-3 Opponents score first ..................................... 1-11-1 Leading after one period . ................................. 9-3-2 Trailing after one period .................................... 1-9-1 Tied after one period ........................................ 4-4-1 Scoring first goal of second period ................... 7-5-2 Leading after two periods ............................... 10-1-4 Trailing after two periods . ............................... 0-14-0 Tied after two periods . ..................................... 3-2-0 Scoring first goal of third period ...................... 11-0-0 Having 0-9 shots on goal ................................. 0-0-0 Having 10-19 shots on goal ............................. 0-3-0 Having 20-29 shots on goal ............................. 5-8-1 Having 30-39 shots on goal ............................. 7-6-3 Having 40 or more shots on goal . .................... 2-0-0 Allowing 1-9 shots on goal ............................... 0-0-0 Allowing 10-19 shots on goal ........................... 2-1-1 Allowing 20-29 shots on goal ........................... 9-4-1 Allowing 30 or more shots on goal . ................ 1-12-1 Outshooting opponent ................................... 11-6-3 Opponents outshoot Bemidji State ................. 2-11-1 Shots are even ................................................. 1-0-0 October............................................................. 4-4-0 November ........................................................ 3-3-2 December ........................................................ 2-1-1 January ............................................................ 4-4-0 February ........................................................... 2-6-1 March . ............................................................. 0-0-0 Fridays ............................................................. 8-6-1 Saturdays ......................................................... 5-8-3 Sundays ........................................................... 0-3-0 Games following a win . .................................... 6-7-2 Games following a loss . ................................... 6-8-0 Games following a tie ....................................... 1-2-1 Total goals scored in first period.....................23 goals Total goals scored in second period...............28 goals Total goals scored in third period...................16 goals Total goals scored in overtime..........................1 goals Total goals allowed in first period...................25 goals Total goals allowed in second period.............29 goals Total goals allowed in third period..................31 goals Total goals allowed in overtime........................2 goals


Career Records Points

122 109 100 96 88 88 87 79 70 67 60 56 56

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 Guylaine Hache.............................. 2000-04 Helena Tageson.............................. 2003-07 Tara Hiscock.................................. 2004-08

Overtime Points

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

Erin Cody....................................... 2007-11 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

Goals

59 56 43 36 35 35 34 33 32 32 28 28

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 Annie Bauerfeld............................. 2007-11 Helena Tageson.............................. 2003-07

Power-Play Goals

16 15 14 13 12 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 Caesare Stimson............................ 2000-03 Lisa Peters..................................... 1999-03 Guylaine Haché ............................. 2000-04

Overtime Goals 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

Game-Winning Goals

8 7 7 6 6 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

Hat Tricks

3 2 1

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

Assists

67 63 61 53 53 51 51 45 39 38

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 Kerri McEwen................................. 1999-03 Amy Shepler................................... 1999-03 Nikki Eckebrecht............................ 2003-07

Overtime Assists

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

Shorthanded Goals

4 4 3 3 2 2 2 2

Lill Raynard..................................... 1999-03 Erin Cody....................................... 2007-11 Amy Shepler................................... 1999-03 Amber Fryklund.............................. 2000-03 Annie Bauerfeld.............................. 2007-11 Alicia Kinsman................................ 1999-03 Caesare Stimson............................ 2000-03 Tara Hiscock.................................. 2004-08

Points by a Defenseman

87 46 29 27 26 24 24 22 19 18 16

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

Goals by a Defenseman

35 12 10 7 6 5 5 5 5

Lisa Peters..................................... 1999-03 Jenny Schnickel............................. 2001-05 Montana Vichorek.............. 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

Assists by a Defenseman

52 36 21 21 19 19 19 17 15 14 14

Lisa Peters..................................... 1999-03 Montana Vichorek.............. 2008-present Erika Wheelhouse...............2009-Present Brooke Collins................................ 2005-09 Marlee Wheelhouse............2008-Present Sarah Zuelke.................................. 2002-06 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 145 144 135 135 135 132 124 121 117 117

Annie Bauerfeld.............. 10/05/07-2/27/11 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 Guylaine Haché............... 10/12/00-1/16/04 Betsy Hegland..................... 1/10/00-3/6/03 Erin Cody............................ 2/8/08-2/27/11

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

Most Goals, Road Game

Most Assists, Period

6 6 6 5 4

4 3 3 3 3 3 3

3 3 2

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) Lill Raynard (3g, 2a)....................... 10/29/99 7-1 Bemidji State win over Wayne State 14 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

4 3 3 3 3

Lisa Peters...................................... 1/20/01 vs. St. Cloud State (T, 4-4) 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

Most Goals, Period 3 2

Alicia Kinsman (1g, 3a) (first period). 12/4/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 7-3) 11 times

Most Points, Game, Defenseman

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

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

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 28 times. Erin Cody is the last player to equal this mark on Jan. 28, 2011, in the second period vs Minnesota Duluth (L, 5-3).

Most Goals, Game, Defenseman 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)

Most Assists, Game 4 4 3

Alicia Kinsman................................. 12/4/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 15-3) Lill Raynard...................................... 12/4/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 15-3) 15 times

Most Assists, Road Game 4 4 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)

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) 41 times

Most Assists, Game, Defenseman 3 2

Lisa Peters...................................... 2/15/03 vs. Findlay (W, 5-1) 24 times

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)

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) 0:24 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) 0:29 Lisa Peters (first period)................... 1/13/02 vs. Minnesota (L, 2-3)

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 86 81 72 62 30 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 4978:11 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

14 6 3 2 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

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

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

33 28 23 15 12 5 3 2 2

Bre Dedrickson............................... 1999-03 Zuzana Tomcikova.............2008-Present 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

13 10 10 9 8 7 7 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 Anik Côté....................................... 2002-03 Zuzana Tomcikova.......................... 2008-09

Saves, Career

3075 2512 2379 1721 1640 917 768

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 985 917 818 795 704 692 601 559 520

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 .933 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


2010-11 Season Stats Overall: 12-19-7 • Conf: 9-12-7 • Home: 5-7-4 • Away: 7-11-3 • Neut: 0-1-0 No. Name GP 13 Cody, Erin 35 10 Erickson, Emily 33 17 Lundquist, Sadie 35 9 Bauerfeld, Annie 35 25 Vichorek, Montana 35 8 Johnson, Erin 35 15 Wheelhouse, Marlee 35 14 Wheelhouse, Erika 35 22 Williams, Lauren 33 29 Lieder, Kimberly 35 19 Dusik, Tess 31 3 Williams, Abby 35 28 Duellman, Allie 30 59 Williams, Danielle 32 16 Thurston, MacKenzie 35 88 Tomcikova, Zuzana 28 23 Arola, Molly 34 24 Ehlert, Alex 33 31 McElhinney, Alana 10 91 Hatheway, Jamie 23 92 McKnight, Emily 31 TM TEAM 12 Total 35 Opponents 35

G A Pts Shots Pct 20 18 38 125 .160 16 11 27 139 .115 8 14 22 72 .111 6 15 21 121 .050 2 14 16 88 .023 6 7 13 51 .118 2 8 10 55 .036 1 7 8 65 .015 3 2 5 45 .067 1 3 4 39 .026 0 3 3 36 .000 2 0 2 43 .047 1 1 2 27 .037 1 1 2 17 .059 0 2 2 46 .000 0 2 2 0 .000 1 0 1 25 .040 0 1 1 14 .000 0 1 1 0 .000 0 0 0 15 .000 0 0 0 9 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 70 110 180 1032 .068 88 141 229 1015 .087

+/- No-Min Min Maj +5 9-18 9 0 +13 10-20 10 0 +12 8-16 8 0 -13 8-16 8 0 -7 8-16 8 0 -14 10-20 10 0 -10 11-33 9 1 -8 7-14 7 0 -2 12-24 12 0 -3 12-24 12 0 -13 10-20 10 0 -13 5-10 5 0 0 6-12 6 0 -5 4-8 4 0 -21 5-10 5 0 0 0-0 0 0 -6 4-8 4 0 -11 5-10 5 0 0 0-0 0 0 -8 4-8 4 0 -5 2-4 2 0 0 3-6 3 0 -109 143-297 141 1 - 156-323 154 1

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

PP SH 5 1 6 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 2 16 4

FG GW 8 3 4 2 4 2 1 1 0 1 1 3 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 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 22 14 13 17

T 3 1 0 4 4

SO PP 6 8 0 8 0 0 6 16 3 18

GTG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

OT 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

HT 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1

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

UA Blk 1 19 1 2 2 12 0 9 0 70 0 23 1 60 0 56 2 9 0 20 0 5 0 15 0 9 1 4 0 6 0 0 0 9 0 9 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 294 8 634 5 552

* Individual blocked shots not calculated at all games No. Name 88 Tomcikova, Zuzana 31 McElhinney, Alana TM EMPTY NET Total Opponents

GP-GS Minutes 28-27 1631:38 10-8 495:05 12-0 12:27 35-0 2139:10 35-0 2139:10

GA 50 35 3 88 70

Avg Saves 1.84 692 4.24 235 - 0 2.47 927 1.96 962

Pct .933 .870 .000 .913 .932

W 13 1 0 14 17

L 11 6 0 17 14

SH 2 2 0 4 2

EN 0 0 3 3 4

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


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