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SEPTEMBER

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Minnesota Whitecaps (exh.)

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at Mercyhurst at Mercyhurst Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Ohio State* Ohio State* at Northeastern at Northeastern Wayne State Wayne State

NOVEMBER 6 7 13 14 20 21

at Minnesota State* at Minnesota State* St. Cloud State* St. Cloud State* at Minnesota* at Minnesota*

DECEMBER 5 6 11 12

at North Dakota* North Dakota* at Minnesota Duluth* at Minnesota Duluth*

Bemidji, MN

2:00 pm

Erie, PA Erie, PA Coleraine, MN Bemidji, MN Bemidji, MN Bemidji, MN Boston, MA Boston, MA Bemidji, MN Bemidji, MN

6:00 pm 1:00 pm 7:07 pm 4:07 pm 7:07 pm 2:07 pm 6:00 pm 2:00 pm 7:07 pm 2:07 pm

Mankato, MN Mankato, MN Bemidji, MN Bemidji, MN Minneapolis, MN Minneapolis, MN

7:07 pm 3:07 pm 7:07 pm 2:07 pm 6:07 pm 4:07 pm

Grand Forks, ND Bemidji, MN Duluth, MN Duluth, MN

7:07 pm 7:07 pm 3:07 pm 3:07 pm

Bemidji, MN Bemidji, MN Bemidji, MN Bemidji, MN Columbus, OH Columbus, OH St. Cloud, MN St. Cloud, MN

7:07 pm 3:07 pm 6:07 pm 4:07 pm 6:07 pm 1:07 pm 7:07 pm 2:07 pm

WOMEN’S HOCKEY 2009-10 JACKIEROBERTSON SENIOR D

FRANNYDORR SENIOR F

ERINCODY

JUNIOR F

JANUARY

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Minnesota State* Minnesota State* Minnesota* Minnesota* at Ohio State* at Ohio State* at St. Cloud State* at St. Cloud State*

FEBRUARY

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at Wisconsin#* Madison, WI at Wisconsin* Madison, WI North Dakota* Bemidji, MN at North Dakota* Grand Forks, ND Minnesota Duluth* Bemidji, MN Minnesota Duluth* Bemidji, MN WCHA FINAL FACE OFF

1:07 pm 2:07 pm 7:07 pm 7:07 pm 2:07 pm 2:07 pm TBA

* WCHA Conference game Home games played at John S. Glas Fieldhouse

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Bemidji Regional Events Center

2009-10 Bemidji State Women’s Ice Hockey

coming 2010

The Bemidji Regional Events Center will be the future home of Bemidji State men’s and women’s hockey. The facility will include state-of-the-art locker rooms, office space,training rooms, weight room, and an academic area. The ice surface will be NHL regulation size (85’ x 200’). Seating capacity for hockey games will be 4,707, including 25 private suites. It would take over 740 million hockey pucks to fill the arena portion of the building.

#2 Jackie Robertson

#5 Nicole Rawlings

#6 Kaylee Keys

#8 Erin Johnson

#9 Annie Bauerfield (Bow-er-field)

#10 Emily Erickson

#11 Erin Babineau (BAB-uh-no)

#2 Lexy Parenteau (pah-ron-toe)

#13 Erin Cody

#14 Erika Wheelhouse

#15 Marlee Wheelhouse

#16 MacKenzie Thurston

#17 Sadie Lundquist (lund-kwist)

#18 Keirstin Visser (KEYR-stin)

#20 Brittany DeBoer (de-BOOR)

#21 Hayley Williams

#22 Lauren Williams

#23 Molly Arola (uh-roll-ah)

#25 Montana Vichorek (vuh-CHORE-ick)

#27 Franny Dorr (door)

#29 Kim Lieder

#31 Alana McElhinney (mac-ILL-hin-nee)

#35 Eri Kiribuchi (ear-EE KEYR-uh-boo-CHI)

#88 Zuzana Tomcikova (tom-CHEE-kOH-va)

12,000 cubic yards of concrete will be used for the site and building. End-to-end, the bricks used in the project would stretch 25 miles. 14,000 bolts will be used to assemble the steel trusses. The hockey operations area of the building including: locker rooms, offices, meeting rooms, officials’ rooms, training room, and weight room, will span over 32,000 square feet.

#91 Jamie Hatheway

Head Coach Steve Sertich

Asst. Coach Heather Farrell

Asst. Coach Shane Veenker


BEMIDJI STATE

Women’s Hockey 2009-10 2009-10 Quick Facts

Bemidji State University

Location (Population): ................. Bemidji, Minn. (13,291) Founded: ..................................................................... 1919 Enrollment: ............................................................... 5,020 Conference: .........Western Collegiate Hockey Association WCHA Members: ............................................................. Bemidji State; Minnesota; Minn. Duluth; Minn. State; North Dakota; Ohio State; St. Cloud State; Wisconsin. Affiliation: ............................................. NCAA Division I Nickname: ..............................................................Beavers School Colors: ...................Green (PMS 3298) and White Home Ice: ..................................... John S. Glas Fieldhouse Ice size (capacity): .................................200 x 85 (2,358) President: ......................................... Dr. Jon E. Quistgaard Athletics Director: ........................................Dr. Rick Goeb Athletics Trainer: ............................................... Bill Crews Women’s Hockey Trainer: ................................ Emily Tong Athletics Trainer Phone: ......................... (218) 755-2769 Equipment Manager: .................................Toby Palmiscno Equipment Phone: .................................. (218) 755-3292 Senior Woman Admin./Compliance: ......... Sarah Levesque Ticket Manager: .................................................Pam Papp Ticket Phone:.......................................... (218) 755-3993 Athletics Secretary: ..................................... Debbie Slough Athletics Phone: ..................................... (218) 755-2941 Athletics Fax: ......................................... (218) 755-3898

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Athletic Media Relations

Director: .................................................... Brad Folkestad Office Phone: ......................................... (218) 755-4603 e-mail: .................................bfolkestad@bemidjistate.edu Assistant Director:............................................. Dax Larson Office Phone: .......................................... (218) 755-2763 e-mail: ..................................... dlarson@bemidjistate.edu Hockey Contact:.............................................. Ross LaDue Office Phone: .......................................... (218) 755-2763 e-mail: .......................................gladue@bemidjistate.edu Office Fax: ................................................. (218) 755-3898 Hockey Press Box: ..................................... (218) 755-3700 Web: ....................... http://www.bemidjistate.edu/athletics Mailing Address: Bemidji State University, PE 203 (Box 29) 1500 Birchmont Drive NE Bemidji, MN 56601

Team Information

2008-09 Record: ......................................................6-25-5 WCHA Record:.......................3-22-3-2 (11 points; 8th) Letterwinners Returning: ............................17 (10f, 4d, 3g) Letterwinners Lost: .............................................. 4 (2f, 2d) Newcomers: ......................................................... 8 (6f, 2d,) Program History First Year of Hockey:..............................................1998-99 Overall record: ......................................... 93-239-35 (.301) WCHA record:........................................ 54-180-26 (.258) Years in postseason play: .................................................... 0 WCHA Tournament appearances: .................................... 8 WCHA Championships: ............................................ none

Coaching Staff

Head Coach:................................................... Steve Sertich Alma mater: ................................... Colorado College ‘74 Hockey Phone: ....................................... (218) 755-4108 e-mail: ..................................... ssertich@bemidjistate.edu Record at BSU: ....................................................21-74-13 Career Record: .....................................................21-74-13 Assistants: Heather Farrell (Ohio State ‘04) Shane Veenker (Bemidji State ‘01)

Bemidji State Women’s Hockey 2009-10 Media Guide 1-3/Table of Contents 1 2-3

Table of Contents - BSU Hockey Quick Facts 2009-10 Season Outlook

4-5/BSU Coaching Staff & Support Staff 4 5

Head Coach Steve Sertich Assistant Coaches and Support Staff

6-15/2009-10 Bemidji State Beavers 6 7-12 13-14 15

Alphabetical / Numerical Rosters Returning Student-Athlete Bios Incoming Student-Athlete Bios Pre-Season Line Chart and Roster Breakdowns

16-22/2009-10 Opponents 16-19 20-21 22

2009-10 Opponents All-Time Series Records vs. Opponents 2009-10 Western Collegiate Hockey Association Composite Schedule

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2008-09 Schedule & Results 2008-09 Final Individual Statistics 2008-09 Player Game-by-Game Scoring / BSU’s Record When... 2008-09 Player Game-by-Game Scoring / The Last Time... 2008-09 Game Recaps Western Collegiate Hockey Association Western Collegiate Hockey Association Final Standings & Awards WCHA Players of the Week / Statistical Leaders

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Individual Career Records Individual Single-Game Records Individual Single-Season Records Individual Single-Season & Career Goaltending Records Team Records Team Year-by-Year Statistical Leaders All-Time Results / Coaching History Coaching History / All-Time Numerical Roster John S. Glas Fieldhouse

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Welcome to Bemidji Bemidji State University BSU Athletic Facilities NCAA Rules Compliance BSU Media Outlets BSU Administration BSU Athletics Directory

The 2009-10 Bemidji State Women’s Ice Hockey Media Guide is a production of the Bemidji State University Athletic Media Relations Department. Executive Editor Ross LaDue, Media Relations Graduate Assistant Assistant Editors Brad Folkestad, Director of Athletic Media Relations Dax Larson, Assistant Media Relations Director Rose Jones, BSU Communications and Marketing Cover Design BSU Communications and Marketing Interior Content Ross LaDue, Media Relations Graduate Assistant Inside Front Cover Ross LaDue, Media Relations Graduate Assistant Brad Folkestad, Director of Athletic Media Relations Photography John Swartz, BSU Photo Service Printing

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Women’s Hockey 2009-10 BEMIDJI STATE 2009-10 OUTLOOK

The Bemidji State women’s hockey team is looking to keep improving on its successes coming off a rebuilding season that saw the Beavers go 6-25-5 and 2-22-3 in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) in the 2008-09 season. After losing 14 returning players after the 2007-08 season, the young team was launched into a high level of competition most freshmen don’t get to see.

“Whenever you have a team that young it’s hard to throw those kids in the fire right away, but consequently they got a lot of great experience,” head coach Steve Sertich said. “This is a year where we are hoping to move up in our league. We’ve made steady progress in the last couple years. We’ve been competitive in our league, but we want to be more than competitive and we’re hoping to win some more games.” The 2009-10 squad will see all but four players return to the ice, including the top four scorers from the 08-09 season: forwards, Erin Cody (12G, 16A), Erin Johnson (10G, 11A), Annie Bauerfield (8G, 13A), and defensemen Montana Vichorek (3G, 10A). The four combined for 59-percent of the Beaver’s offensive output a year ago. The team will also be returning sophomore goaltender Zuzana Tomcikova who garnered All-WCHA Second Team and All-WCHA Rookie Team honors last year after posting a .915 save percentage, while making a league-best 882 saves in conference play. “This is about as veteran of a team as I’ve had since my first year,” added Sertich. “This year we’re hoping that some of these kids that have the experience from last year can help us move up in the league.” Seniors Jackie Robertson and Franny Dorr, and junior Erin Cody will be the team captains for the 2009-10 campaign.

Forwards

With more than 90-percent of its total offense returning, the Beavers look to have a potent offense this year. Erin Cody, BSU’s leading goal scorer last year, had a standout sophomore season scoring 12 goals and raking in 28 points, almost tripling the amounts of points she had in her previous year. Out of her 12 goals scored in 2008-9 seven came on special teams (5 pp, 2 sh) and two were game-winners. Cody also led the team in assists (16), and shots (148). Her 148 shots on goal was also a BSU single-season record. Along with Cody, junior Annie Bauerfield also had a great sophomore canpaign and returns as the team’s third leading goal scorer. Bauerfield showed great potential in her freshman season and after amassing 21 points last season she shows no sign of slowing her offensive production. She won WCHA Offensive Player of the Week for the week of Jan. 14. The biggest and most pleasant surprise for the BSU offense last season was in the play of sophomore Erin Johnson. After only having four total points in her freshman year, Johnson burst onto the scene scoring 10 goals and dishing out 11 assists. The trio of Cody, Bauerfield, and Johnson will be called upon to lead the BSU offense this year as the three provided for nearly half of the total offense last year. They also provided for the majority of the offense on special teams scoring a combined 11 out of a total 18 power play goals and accounting for all the shorthanded goals. Their production on the power-play will be a key to the success for the Beavers this season. “A lot of their scoring came on the power play, and we’ll need them to do that again and maybe add a few more this year,” said Sertich. However, Bemidji State will be looking for more than just those three to produce for the upcoming season. Seniors Franny Dorr and Nicole Rawlings, and sophomores Erin Babineau, Kaylee Keys and Lauren Williams, are returning for BSU are will be complementing Cody, Bauerfield, and Johnson up front. Babineau and Keys played supporting roles as freshmen tallying nine and six points respectively. Dorr comes into this season as a one of only three seniors on the team and has to help guide a young BSU team. Also returning for the Beavers are junior Lexy Parenteau and sophomore Kim Leider. Both saw action last season on the offensive side of the puck, but they may be brought back to help out on the blue line in 2009-10. Being welcomed to the team on offense are: MacKenzie Thurston, Sadie Lundquist, Hayley Williams, Molly Arola, Jamie Hatheway, and Emily Erickson. Erickson was a freshman on the team last year, but after playing five games she suffered a season-ending injury and took a medical redshirt. As a highly-recruited forwarded and a

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Minnesota Miss Hockey finalist two years ago, she returns for another go at her freshman year. Look for Erickson to be lighting up the red lamp this season. Thurston comes to BSU as another highly regarded recruit. She was part of the Provincial Women’s Hockey League (PWHL) Silver Medalist team in the 2007-08 season. Playing at such a high level should make for a fairly easy transition to the WCHA.

Defensemen

The Beavers have a large vacancy to fill in the defensive corps. After playing in 144 games in over four seasons, Brooke Collins, last year’s captain, is gone. Collins was second on the team in blocked shots with 51. Collins also owns the record for most games played in a career (144) and while playing in every game of her career she also owns the record for most consecutive games played in a season (144). She also holds third best for most career points by a defensemen with 27. After an amazing rookie season, Montana Vichorek returns as the most effective offensive defensemen. Vichorek tallied 13 points, scoring three goals, two of which were on the power play. Her freshman campaign ranks sixth best in school history for points in a season by a defenseman. Those 13 points were also good enough to elevate her to ninth on the list for most points in a career by a defenseman. In addition, Vichorek was named WCHA Rookie Player of the Week for the week of Jan. 28. With her rate of offensive production from the point, Vichorek puts herself in a good position to ascend the BSU list of most offensive defensemen. Also returning for the Beavers is senior captain Jackie Robertson. Robertson anchors the blue line this season as the oldest and most experienced member of the D-line. She also took away many scoring opportunities from the opposing teams blocking 34 shots. Last season she led the team in penalties and penalty minutes (31-62). Look for her to provide BSU a physical presence in the defensive zone. Sophomores Marlee Wheelhouse and Brittany DeBoer will return for BSU. Marlee Wheelhouse comes back after posting eight points last season. Her duties may extend past the blue line this year as she may be called up to help out on the offensive side of the puck. Joining the squad on the back line this season are Keirstin Visser and Erika Wheelhouse, younger sister of teammate Marlee. Assistant coach Shane Veenker expects the freshmen defenders will get playing time as they will most likely be expected to help contribute right away for the Beavers.

Goaltending

The goaltending was the biggest unknown for the Beavers last year. After losing the greatest netminder in school history, three freshmen entered BSU trying to fill the void left by Emily Brookshaw. After Brookshaw set virtually every school goaltending record during her four-year career, much was uncertain about the future of the team’s success between the pipes. However, sophomore Zuzana Tomcikova rose to the occasion in her freshman year garnering the highest individual award in team history as she was named to the All-WCHA Second Team and All-WCHA Rookie Team. She was also the first player ever named WCHA Defensive Player of the Week three consecutive times, winning for the weeks of Dec. 10, Dec. 17, and Jan. 7. She finished the 2008-09 campaign with a 3.09 goals against average and a .917 save percentage after playing in all but five games against some of the toughest competition in the nation. She saved 1,025 shots and was one of just three netminders in the entire country to notch more than 1,000 saves this season. Her 1805:29 on the ice was seventh in the nation, and she tied the school record for shutouts in a season with three. In just her first year, Tomcikova finished in the top three in multiple team single-season records. These include shutouts (three, T-1st), saves (1,025, 2nd), save percentage (.917, 2nd), games played (31, 3rd) and minutes played (1805:29, 3rd). Her 3.09 goals against average was good enough for seventh place on the team’s single-season goals against average list. Tomcikova’s accolades don’t just stop at Bemidji State. She is also the starting keeper for the Slovakian women’s national team and will compete in the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver. She led her team to qualify for the Winter Games after winning the Division-1 title at the 2009 International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) World Women’s Championships at Eishalle Liebenau in Graz, Austria. Tomcikova will have to take a temporary leave of absence when she is called up for the Olympic Games come this February. The Beavers wont have to worry as they will have a solid goaltending corps as sophomores Alana McElhinney and Eri Kiribuchi return in net.


BEMIDJI STATE

Women’s Hockey 2009-10 2009-10 OUTLOOK McElhinney, who was the backup last year, saw action in seven games. Coach Sertich is hoping that McElhinney will be able to share time in net with Tomcikova to help build her experience. Kiribuchi has yet to see time in net for the Beavers, but brings with her solid high-level experience, as part of the Japanese women’s national team.

The Schedule

Bemidji State opens the year with an exhibition game against the Minnesota Whitecaps Sept. 26 on home ice at the John S. Glas Fieldhouse. While this is the first time the two teams will meet, they are not totally unfamiliar with each other. Former Beavers Jenny Schnickel, Amber Fryklund, and Caesare Stimson, as well as other former WCHA players appear on the Whitecaps’ roster. The 11th season of BSU women’s hockey officially starts on Oct. 2-3 as the Beavers fly to Erie, Pa. to take on Mercyhurst College. Mercyhurst holds the advantage between the two schools posting a 7-1-1 record in the previous meetings between the two teams. After opening up against a non-conference opponent the Beavers then jump in and out of WCHA play. The second and third weekends in October see BSU hosting the University of Wisconsin, first on Oct. 10 in Coleraine, Minn., and then on Oct. 11 back in Bemidji. It then hosts the Buckeyes of Ohio State on Oct. 16-17. On Oct. 23-24 the Beavers travel to Boston, Mass., to take on Northeastern University, followed by the last nonconference matchups against Wayne State back at home on Oct. 30-31. Moving into November BSU will take on local rivals as they challenge Minnesota State (Nov. 6-7) followed by a home weekend against St. Cloud State (Nov. 13-14). November is concluded with the Beavers traveling to Minneapolis to take on the Golden Gophers on Nov. 20-21. The December calendar is short seeing a road game at North Dakota on Dec. 5 followed up the next day with the Fighting Sioux playing in Bemidji. The team will hit the ice for one last match-up before the semester break when it travels to battle the 2009 Frozen Four participant Minnesota-Duluth on Dec. 11-12. The winter schedule rages on in January as the Beavers have a stretch of home games against Minnesota State ( Jan. 8-9) and Minnesota ( Jan. 15-16). The Beavers then enter the most challenging part of their season as they go on the road for three straight weekends playing at Ohio State on Jan. 22-23, St. Cloud State on Jan. 29-30, and the defending NCAA Division-I champions Wisconsin on Feb. 6-7. The game against Wisconsin on Feb. 6 will be a unique experience for the Beavers as they, along with the Badgers, make history playing in the first-ever outdoor women’s hockey game at Camp Randall Stadium in the Culver’s Camp Randall Hockey Classic. BSU then makes a quick trip home to host North Dakota on Feb. 12 before heading back to Grand Forks to play North Dakota in the second half of the series the following night (Feb. 13). The Beavers close out their WCHA schedule with a

weekend matchup at home against Minnesota-Duluth on Feb. 19-20.

The pursuit of the WCHA playoff championship will get underway the weekend of Feb. 26-28 with four first round conference playoff series. The top four ranked teams in the final regular season standings will host best-of-three playoff series against the bottom four ranked teams. The four first-round playoff winners will then advance to the 2010 WCHA Final Face-Off, set for March 6-7 at Ridder Arena in Minneapolis, Minn. Wisconsin is the defending WCHA Final Face-Off champion. Following the WCHA Final Face-Off, four NCAA Div. 1 Women’s Regional tournaments will be contested the weekend of March 12-14, at sites to be determined. The University of Minnesota and Ridder Arena will then host the 2010 NCAA Women’s Frozen Four, set for Friday, March 19 and Sunday, March 21.

2009-10 Schedule

September 26

Minnesota Whitecaps (Exh.) 2:00 p.m.

October

2 Mercyhurst....................6:00 p.m. 3 Mercyhurst ...................1:00 p.m. 10 m Wisconsin* ................. 7:07 p.m. 11 m Wisconsin .................. 4:07 p.m. 16 m Ohio State .................. 7:07 p.m. 17 m Ohio State .................. 2:07 p.m. 23 Northeastern .................6:00 p.m. 24 Northeastern .................2:00 p.m. 30 Wayne State ................ 7:07 p.m. 31 Wayne State ................ 2:07 p.m.

November

6 m Minnesota State ............7:07 p.m. 7 m Minnesota State ............3:07 p.m. 13 m St. Cloud State ........... 7:07 p.m. 14 m St. Cloud State ........... 2:07 p.m. 20 m Minnesota .....................6:07 p.m. 21 m Minnesota .....................4:07 p.m.

December 5 6 11 12

m North Dakota ...............7:07 p.m. m North Dakota .............. 7:07 p.m. m Minnesota Duluth ........3:07 p.m. m Minnesota Duluth ........3:07 p.m.

January 8 9 15 16 22 23 29 30

m Minnesota State ......... 7:07 p.m. m Minnesota State ......... 3:07 p.m. m Minnesota .................. 6:07 p.m. m Minnesota .................. 4:07 p.m. m Ohio State ....................6:07 p.m. m Ohio State ....................1:07 p.m. m St. Cloud State ..............7:07 p.m. m St. Cloud State ..............2:07 p.m.

February 6 7 12 13 19 20

m Wisconsin^ ...................1:07 p.m. m Wisconsin .....................2:07 p.m. m North Dakota ............. 7:07 p.m. m North Dakota ...............7:07 p.m. m Minnesota Duluth ...... 2:07 p.m. m Minnesota Duluth ...... 2:07 p.m.

February 26-March 21,

WCHA Playoffs......................TBA NCAA Regionals .........................TBA ^ NCAA Frozen Four .............TBA mDenotes WCHA Game ^ Camp Randall Hockey Classic - Madison, Wisc. Home Games in Bold * Game in Coleraine, Minn. All Times are Central Standard Time

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BEMIDJI STATE Women’s Hockey 2009-10 HEAD COACH Steve Sertich

Sertich File

Home town:.................................... Virginia, Minn. High School: ........................ Virginia High School Alma Mater: ................................Colorado College

Colorado College ‘74 Fourth year at Bemidji State

Honors and Awards Coach... 1999 2002 2003 2003 2004

Section 3AA Boys’ Coach of the Year Section 2AA Boys’ Coach of the Year Section 2AA Boys’ Coach of the Year Class AA Boys’ Coach of the Year Section 2AA Girls’ Coach of the Year

Coaching History Year School 1993-03 2003-06 2006-p

Position

Roseville Area HS Head Coach Boys Roseville Area HS Head Coach Girls Bemidji State Univ. Head Coach

Steve Sertich enters his fourth season at Bemidji State. In his first season Sertich led the Beavers to an 11-20-5 overall record and a 9-15-4 record in Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) play, good for a sixth-place finish. The 22 points he garnered during that first year was the most points Bemidji State has earned in conference play in its nine-year Division I era. He also led the Beavers to its second win over the University of Minnesota in school history with a 2-0 shutout that was televised on Fox Sports Net North. Bemidji State compiled a six-game unbeaten streak, the longest unbeaten streak for the Beavers since the 2001-02 season. Last year, coach Sertich compiled a 4-29-3 record and a 1-25-2 mark in the WCHA. The team recorded another shutout over a powerhouse, when the Beavers tied the then No. 2-ranked University of Wisconsin Badgers. This was the highest-ranked opponent to ever be shut out by a BSU squad.

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. The American squad finished with a 0-1-1-1 (W-OTW-OTL-L) record. Sertich came to Bemidji State University after spending 13 years as the head varsity coach at Roseville Area High School. He coached the Roseville boys’ team from 19932003, leading it to a 156-71-11 record and two Minnesota State tournament appearances. Under Sertich’s guidance, Roseville finished third in the 2002 tournament and second in 2003. He led Roseville to Suburban East Conference Championships in 2002 and 2003. Sertich earned four Coach of the Year honors, as he was named Section 3AA boys’ Coach of the Year in 1999, Section 2AA Boys’ Coach of the Year in both 2002 and 2003, and Class AA Coach of the Year in 2003. In 2003, Sertich moved to head coach of the Roseville girls’ varsity team and in three seasons led the program to a record of 62-21-2. The Roseville girls finished fourth in the 2006 state tournament and captured Suburban East Conference titles in both ‘04 and ‘05. Sertich was named the 2004 Section 2AA Girls’ Coach of the Year. Sertich began his coaching career in 1976 as the head boys’ varsity coach at Northfield (Minn.) High School, and over the next 20 years he would hold a variety of head and assistant coaching positions at the high school, college and national levels. After one year at Northfield, he moved on to Virginia (Minn.) High School as head boys’ varsity hockey coach for one year, was an assistant with Team Midwest in the U.S. National Development Program at the 1979 Olympic Sports Festival, spent one year as an assistant at Colorado College in 1982-83, and served three years as an assistant coach at Palmer (Colo.) High School from 1983-86. He returned back to Minnesota in 1987 as the assistant boys’ varsity coach at Blaine (Minn.) High School and later served as an assistant at Richfield (Minn.) High School. In 1997, he was an assistant for Team Minnkota with the U.S. Development Program Select 17 program. Sertich also has extensive camp coaching experience, starting as the director and head coach of the Minnesota Hockey Satellite Training Program in Roseville from 19952003. In addition, he has been the director of the Roseville Summer Hockey School since 2000 and the director and head coach of the Roseville Hockey Satellite Training Program since 2003. Sertich began his playing career with the Colorado College Tigers in 1970 and assembled a standout four-year career, during which he played 125 games and scored 7587=162 points. He had 28-25=53 points as a junior in 1972-73 and 25-36=61 points as a senior in 1973-74. Sertich was a member of the U.S. National Team from 1973-75, and played on a team which trained in Bemidji. 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. In May 2007, Sertich became the Vice President of Board of Directors for the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Museum located in Eveleth, Minn. Some of his responsibilities as Vice President of Board of Directors includes making decisions on marketing and purchasing endeavors, along with planning and making decisions for specific operations taking place throughout the year. Currently, Sertich is working on organizing the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Museum game which will be held in Eveleth. The first Hall of Fame game will take place Oct. 18 of this season, when the Beavers face the University of Wisconsin at the Hippodrome. 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. Sertich’s son, Marty Sertich, played for Colorado College from 2002-06 and scored 61-121=181 points during a stellar four-year career. He won the 2005 Hobey Baker Memorial Award, given to the most outstanding player in college hockey, and was a finalist for the award in 2006. He was First-Team All WCHA and WCHA Player of the Year in 2005 and was a second team All-WCHA selection in 2006. Marty is currently in the National Hockey League, playing in the Colorado Avalanche organization.

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Women’s Hockey 2009-10 ASSISTANT COACHES Heather Farrell Shane Veenker Ohio State University ‘04 Third Year at Bemidji State

Bemidji State ‘01 Third Year at Bemidji State

Farrell comes to BSU after spending the 2006-07 season as the women’s hockey interim head coach at Bowdoin College where she led the Polar Bears to a 17-7-2 (.692) overall record and an 11-3-2 (.750) mark in the NESCAC. She also led her team to the conference semifinals, losing to Amherst 2-3 in overtime. Prior to her stint as the interim head coach, Farrell was an assistant coach at Bowdoin for two seasons, where she helped lead the Polar Bears to an overall record of 54-21-4 (.709) and a 38-7-3 (.823) mark in NESCAC competition. In 2004-05, her first season with the Polar Bears, the team went 20-5-1 and 15-1-0 in conference play.

A native of Windom, Minn., Veenker played his high school hockey in Windom, Minn. and graduated from Bemidji State in 1993 with a degree in sport studies and management with a minor in coaching. In 2008 he added an additional Bachelor’s degree in physical education with an emphasis in adapted physical education. He is currently working towards a Master’s degree in sports administration from Bemidji State.

In addition to women’s ice hockey interim head coaching duties, Farrell was responsible for organizing all recruiting efforts, was the assistant strength and conditioning coach and was the women’s golf head coach during the 2006 season.

Veenker is in his third year as an assistant coach with the Bemidji State University women’s hockey team. His involvement with the program includes serving as the recruiting coordinator, assisting with the defensive core, assisting with daily practices, video breakdown, community involvement, camps and favorite faculty dinner.

During the 2005 year, Farrell oversaw events/game management at Bowdoin College were she gained the opportunity to be the NCAA Field Hockey Tournament Liaison in fall 2005. Farrell also has extensive experience in coaching camps and clinics. She has been the assistant director of the Bowdoin Hockey Overnight Camp, the Director of the fall and spring Bowdoin Hockey Clinic, along with working numerous ice hockey camps and clinics over the past five years. She has worked camps at Ohio State University and the University of Connecticut, along with working the Moe Tarrant’s Cutting Edge Showcase, the Chicago Showcase and the USA Hockey New England Development Camp. Farrell began her coaching venture in winter 2003 when she instructed mite level players in the fundamentals of hockey. Farrell is a 2004 graduate of Ohio State University with a bachelor of science degree in education, a major in sport and leisure studies and a concentration in sport performance and coaching.

Veenker has participated in many community service activities including serving on the Board of Directors for the Minnesota Selects Festival, Relay For Life, and working on the Bemidji Area Alumni Chapter.

He has served as a coach at the USA Hockey Girls Select Player Development Camp, most recently with the 2009 Girls’ Select 17 Player Development Camp, the Minnesota Hockey Advanced 15 Camp, prospects camp, and Balmoral Hall Showcase. He also was an instructor at Mike & Dave Allison Hockey School in Fort Francis, Ontario for several summers. Veenker came to BSU after serving as head softball and assistant women’s hockey coach in 2006-07. Prior to that, he spent time as an assistant at Bemidji High School coaching girls’ hockey, and also spent two seasons as the Bagley-Fosston boy’s varsity coach.

The Veenker File

Home town:.............................................................................Windom, Minn. Alma mater:............................................................................Bemidji State ‘01

Farrell works with BSU’s defensemen and runs the strength and conditioning program for BSU’s women’s ice hockey program. She also serves as the travel coordinator and academic advisor.

The Farrell File

Home town:................................................................. Perth, Ontario, Canada. Alma mater:................................................................................Ohio State ‘04

Coaching Profile

Coaching Profile

Year

School

Position

Year

School

Position

2006-07

Bowdoin College

interim head coach

2006-07

Bemidji State University

head softball coach/asst. women’s hockey coach

2004-06 2007-p

Bowdoin College Bemidji State University

assistant coach assistant coach

2004-06 2007-p

Bemidji State High School Bemidji State University

asst. girls’ hockey coach assistant coach

SUPPORT STAFF

Emily Tong Athletic Training Graduate Assistant

Toby Palmiscno Equipment Manager

Ross LaDue Media Relations Graduate Assistant

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BEMIDJI STATE Women’s Hockey 2009-10

Alphabetical Roster No. Name

23 11 9 13 20 27 10 91 8 6 35 29 17 31 12 5 2 16 88 25 18 14 15 3 21 22

Molly Arola Erin Babineau Annie Bauerfeld Erin Cody Brittany DeBoer Franny Dorr Emily Erickson Jamie Hatheway Erin Johnson Kaylee Keys Eri Kiribuchi Kimberly Lieder Sadie Lundquist Alana McElhinney Lexy Parenteau Nicole Rawlings Jackie Robertson Mackenzie Thurston Zuzana Tomcikova Montana Vichorek Keirstin Visser Erika Wheelhouse Marlee Wheelhouse Abby Williams Hayley Williams Lauren Williams

Pos

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

Ht

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

Yr

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

S/C

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

2009-10 BSU BEAVERS

Birthday Hometown (previous team)

1/1/91 9/7/89 1/4/89 8/17/88 5/1/90 11/30/87 10/10/89 4/15/91 6/8/89 3/13/90 11/22/88 3/31/90 6/18/91 11/30/90 11/3/87 1/2/88 1/5/88 10/5/91 4/23/88 7/24/90 2/14/91 5/9/91 11/9/89 7/21/89 6/3/90 8/3/90

Walker, Minn. (Grand Rapids/Greenway HS) St. Paul, Minn. (Roseville Area HS) Woodbury, Minn. (South St. Paul HS) Roseville, Minn. (Roseville Area HS) Spring Lake Park, Minn. (Spring Lake Park HS) Roseville, Minn. (Roseville Area High School) Coleraine, Minn. (Grand Rapids/Greenway HS) Trenton, Ontario (Durham Junior Lightning) Farmington, Minn. (Farmington HS) St. Paul, Minn. (Cretin-Derham Hall HS) Praha, Czech Repulic ( Japanese National Team) Eagan, Minn. (Minnesota Thoroughbreds) Cloquet, Minn. (Cloquet HS) Calgary, Alberta, Canada (Calgary Bruins) Franconia, Minn. (Chisago Lakes HS) Maplewood, Minn. (Hill-Murray HS) Inver Grove Heights, Minn. (South St. Paul HS) Ottawa, Ontario (All Saints Catholic HS) Bratislava, Slovakia (Slovakian National Team) Cloquet, Minn. (Cloquet HS) Crapaud, Prince Edward Island (Mid Isle Matrix) Crookston, Minn. (Crookston HS) Crookston, Minn. (Crookston HS) Alexandria, Minn. (Minnesota State University, Mankato) Crete, Ill. (Chicago Mission) Eagan, Minn. (Eagan HS)

HEAD COACH: Steve Sertich (Colorado College ‘74) / 21-74-13 - 4th year ASSISTANT COACHES: Heather Farrell (Ohio State ‘04) - 3rd year / Shane Veenker (Bemidji State ‘01) - 3rd year

Numerical Roster No. 2 3 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 25 27 29 31 35 88 91

Name Jackie Robertson Abby Williams Nicole Rawlings Kaylee Keys Erin Johnson Annie Bauerfeld Emily Erickson Erin Babineau Lexy Parenteau Erin Cody Erika Wheelhouse Marlee Wheelhouse Mackenzie Thurston Sadie Lundquist Kierstin Visser Brittany DeBoer Hayley Williams Lauren Williams Molly Arola Montana Vichorek Franny Dorr Kimberly Lieder Alana McElhinney Eir Kiribuchi Zuzana Tomcikova Jamie Hatheway

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Pos D F F F F F F F F F D D F F D D F F F D F F G G G F

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

Pronunciation Guide Montana Vichorek Alana McElhinney Eri Kiribuchi Lexy Parenteau Zuzana Tomcikova Franny Dorr Molly Arola Erin Babineau Brittany DeBoer Sadie Lundquist Keirstin Visser

2009-10 Bemidji State Women’s Ice Hockey

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Geographical Breakdown

United States ...........................................................19 Minnesota..........................................................19 Canada ......................................................................4 Alberta .................................................................1 Ontaria ................................................................2 Prince Edward Island ..........................................1 Czech Republic ....................................................1 Slovakia .....................................................................1

Class Breakdown

Seniors .................................................................3 Juniors .................................................................4 Sophomores .......................................................11 Freshmen .............................................................8

Position Breakdown

Forward .............................................................17 Defense ................................................................6 Goaltender ...........................................................3


BEMIDJI STATE

Women’s Hockey 2009-10 RETURNING PLAYERS

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Jackie Robertson

D / 5-8 / Sr. Inver Grove Heights, Minn. (South St. Paul HS)

• Captain this season 2008-09 ( Jr.): • Academic All-WCHA Started all 36 games, scoring a goal and recording three assists for a career-high four points... goal scored tied the game against Northeastern (Oct. 11, 2008)...assisted on the game-winning goal against Minnesota State ( Jan. 10, 2009).

2007-08 (So.): Robertson was a mainstay on defense, playing all 36 games...recorded both her first collegiate goal and assist for two points...scored her first goal in a 4-1 loss to Minnesota (Feb. 2, 2008)...recorded her first career assist in a 6-3 loss to Ohio State (Feb. 22, 2008). 2006-07 (Fr.): Appeared in the most games by a freshman (34)...she attempted 20 shots on the year. Prior to BSU: Robertson played at South St. Paul High School where she won three state titles and had an 86-game winning streak...she was an all-conference performer along with all-state and all-metro...was on the National Honor Society, on the honor roll and also received academic letters. Personal: Jacqueline Lilly Robertson...Born Jan. 5, 1988... Daughter of Reid and Cindy Robertson...Majoring in physical education and health.

Career Stats Year

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Career

G

G-A

Pts +/- PIM

34 36 36 106

0-0 1-1 1-3 2-4

0 2 4 6

G

G-A

Pts +/- PIM

Career Stats vs WCHA Year

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Career

28 28 28 84

0-0 1-1 0-3 1-4

0 2 3 5

-11 -21 -18 -50

-6 -20 -17 -43

Career Single-Game Highs:

13-26 36-72 31-62 80-160

11-22 27-54 24-48 62-124

PP SH GW 0 0 1 1

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

PP SH GW 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

Goals: 1, two times; Assists: 1, four times; Points: 1, six times; SOG: 5, at Minnesota (2/28/09); PIM: 6, five times.

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Nicole Rawlings

F / 5-3 / Sr. Maplewood, Minn. (Hill-Murray HS)

2008-09 ( Jr.): Played in all 36 games, registering career highs in goals (2), assists (2) and points (4)...scored against both Ohio State ( Jan. 24, 2009) and St. Cloud State (Feb. 13, 2009)...assisted on goals in both games against Robert Morris ( Jan. 2, 2009 and Jan. 3, 2009).

2007-08 (So.): Got on the ice for 15 games, recording one assist for one point... lone assist came in a 4-1 loss to Minnesota (Feb. 2, 2008). 2006-07 (Fr.): Saw action in the second-most games of any freshman (32)...scored her first collegiate goal in a 6-4 victory over St. Cloud State University (Oct. 13, 2006)...helped lead BSU to a 2-1 victory after recording an assist against Niagara (Oct. 27, 2006). Prior to BSU: Rawlings played for Hill-Murray High School where she participated in hockey, track and cross country...she was a four-year letterwinner and a two-time all-conference player and a two-time all-conference honorable mention selection...all-state honorable mention, best newcomer award...she was also a captain and led the team in points...she was a three-time letterwinner in track and field and an all-conference performer...part of a team that was conference champions along with a third-place finish at state...she was also picked for the National Development Team in Lake Placid in 2006.

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Franny Dorr

F / 5-6 / Sr. Roseville, Minn. (Roseville Area HS) • Captain this season 2008-09 ( Jr.): • Academic All-WCHA Dorr scored two goals and recorded career highs with four assists and six points...played in all 36 games 2007-08 (So.): • WCHA Scholar Athlete • Academic All-WCHA Competed in all 36 games, playing defense for the first half and moving to center for the second half of the season...scored her first goal of the year in a 4-1 win over North Dakota ( Jan. 11, 2008)...notched the lone goal of a 5-1 loss to Minnesota Duluth ( Jan. 18, 2008)...recorded assists against both Robert Morris (Nov. 16, 2007) and Minnesota (Feb. 1, 2008). 2006-07 (Fr.): Dorr participated in 29 contests, which was the second most by a freshman...she scored three goals...her first collegiate goal came in a 2-1 win over Niagara (Oct. 27, 2006)...gave BSU a 1-1 tie with a goal against Ohio State (Nov. 11, 2006)...named WCHA Rookie of the Week (Nov. 14, 2006).

Personal: Nicole Christina Rawlings...Born Jan. 2, 1988... Daughter of Scott and Tina Rawlings...Majoring in community health.

Prior to BSU: Dorr played under coach Sertich at Roseville Area High School...she was a four-year all-conference selection and All-State Honorable Mention...she was a two-year captain and was part of the 2005-06 section championship team that finished fourth in the state tournament...also was a state track participant...Dorr participated in soccer and track at Roseville High School... member of the National Honor Society and received academic letters three years.

Year

Personal: Frances Marie Dorr...Born Nov. 30, 1987... Daughter of Greg and Karla Dorr...Majoring in biology.

Career Stats 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Career

G G-A Pts +/- PIM 32 15 36 83

1-1 0-1 2-2 3-4

2 1 4 7

Career Stats vs WCHA Year

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Career

-10 -3 -13 -26

9-29 3-6 7-14 19-49

G G-A Pts +/- PIM 25 13 28 65

1-0 0-1 2-0 3-1

1 1 2 4

-7 -4 -12 -23

9-29 2-4 5-10 16-43

PP SH GW 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

PP SH GW 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

Career Single-Game Highs: Goals: 1, three times; Assists: 1, four times; Points: 1, seven times; SOG: 5, vs. Minnesota (11/15/08); PIM: 15 at Minnesota Duluth (10/21/06).

Career Stats Year

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Career

G

29 36 36 101

G-A Pts +/- PIM PP SH GW 3-1 2-2 2-4 7-7

4 4 6 14

Career Stats vs WCHA Year

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Career

G

23 28 28 79

-17 -18 -17 -52

5-10 7-14 19-38 31-62

2 0 0 2

0 0 0 0

1 0 0 1

G-A Pts +/- PIM PP SH GW 2-0 2-1 2-4 6-5

2 3 6 11

-10 -18 -12 -40

3-6 3-6 16-32 22-44

1 0 0 1

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

Career Single-Game Highs: Goals: 1, seven times; Assists: 1, seven times; Points: 1, 14 times; SOG: 4, five times; PIM: 6, at St. Cloud State (11/21/08).

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RETURNING PLAYERS

Erin Johnson

F / 5-6 / Jr. Farmington, Minn. (Farmington HS)

2008-09 (So.): Johnson had a breakout sophomore campaign, exploding for 10 goals and 11 assists for 21 points...played in all 36 games...finished second on the team in goals and points, and third in assists...lit the lamp five times on the power-play, and once short-handed... scored the game-winning goal against Minnesota State ( Jan. 10, 2009)... notched goals against every WCHA opponent except one...recorded a career-high two points in three different games. 2007-08 (Fr.): Johnson notched one goal and three assists for four points... assisted on the game-winning goal in 3-2 win over Vermont for first career point (Dec. 30, 2007)...scored first-collegiate goal against St. Cloud State ( Jan. 5, 2008)...recorded assists against both Minnesota Duluth ( Jan. 19, 2008) and Minnesota State (Feb. 9, 2008). Prior to BSU: Johnson was a three-time Missota allconference performer and a five-time letterwinner during her prep career at Farmington High School...was a two-year captain and during her senior season she helped lead the Tigers to a section championship and a second-place finish in the Class A Minnesota State Tournament where she was named to the Class A All-Tournament Team...led the state in scoring with 98 points (58 goals and 40 assists) her senior season and was fourth in the state her junior season with 93 points (49 goals and 44 assists)...was named to the Pioneer Press All-State Team her junior and senior seasons and was a Ms. Hockey Top Ten Finalist her senior season...she was part of the Midwest Predators U19 Team from 2004-06...she garnered numerous awards such as Star Tribune Athlete of the Week, Pioneer Press Playmaker of the Week, and Kare 11 Athlete of the Week...she finished her career at Farmington with 148 goals and 143 assists good for 291 points in 165 games played...she also excelled in the classroom as she was named to the MGHCA Academic All-State team her senior season. Personal: Erin Colleen Johnson...Born June 6, 1989... Daughter of Brian and Colleen Johnson...Majoring in physical education and health.

Career Stats Year

2007-08 2008-09 Career

G G-A

34 1-3 36 10-11 70 11-14

Pts +/- PIM

4 21 25

Career Stats vs WCHA Year

2007-08 2008-09 Career

G G-A 27 1-2 28 7-9 55 8-11

Pts +/- PIM

3 16 19

PP SH GW

-12 9-18 1 -12 16-32 5 -24 25-50 6

0 1 1

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Annie Bauerfeld

F / 5-6 / Jr. Woodbury, Minn. (South St. Paul HS)

2008-09 (So.): • WCHA Scholar Athlete • Academic All-WCHA Scored a career high eight goals, and notched career highs in assists (13) and points (21), while playing in all 36 games...finished second on the team in assists and points, and was third in goals...scored against every WCHA opponent except one... won the game for the Beavers with a goal against Minnesota State (Feb. 9, 2009)...scored a game-tying goal against St. Cloud State (Feb. 13, 2009)... named WCHA Offensive Player of the Week ( Jan. 14, 2009). 2007-08 (Fr.): Played in all 36 games, and tied for the team lead in both goals (five) and points (10)...scored first career goal against Ohio State (Nov. 3, 2007)...notched first collegiate point with an assist against the Buckeyes (Nov. 2 2007)...notched first-career two-assist game in a 4-1 win over North Dakota (1/11/08)...recorded first-career two-goal game with two power-play goals against Minnesota State (Feb. 9, 2008)... scored against Minnesota (Feb. 1, 2008). Prior to BSU: Bauerfeld was a 2005-06 all-conference team selection at South St. Paul High School...she was a member of the Minnesota State Tournament All-Tournament Team in 2005-06...was part of two class AA state championship teams while at South St. Paul. Personal: Andrea Sue Bauerfeld...Born Jan. 4, 1989...Daughter of Warren and Sue Bauerfeld...Majoring in psychology.

Career Stats Year

2007-08 2008-09 Career

G G-A

36 5-5 36 8-13 72 13-18

10 21 31

G G-A

Pts +/- PIM PP SH GW

Career Stats vs WCHA Year

2007-08 2008-09 Career

28 4-4 28 7-9 56 11-13

0 1 1

-7 10-31 2 -22 8-16 1 -29 18-47 3

-9 8-27 2 -10 10-20 4 -19 18-47 6

0 1 1

0 1 1

0 1 1

0 1 1

Goals: 2, at Minnesota State (2/9/08); Assists: 2, three times; Points: 2, eight times; SOG: 7, vs. Ohio State (1/24/09); PIM: 4, four times.

0 1 1

0 1 1

Career Single-Game Highs:

Goals: 1, 11 times; Assists: 1, 14 times; Points: 2, three times; SOG: 8, vs. Ohio State (1/24/09); PIM: 4, five times.

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8 16 24

Career Single-Game Highs:

PP SH GW

-11 6-12 1 -10 10-20 4 -21 16-32 5

Pts +/- PIM PP SH GW

2009-10 Bemidji State Women’s Ice Hockey

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Lexy Parenteau

F / 5-7 / Jr. Franconia, Minn. (Chisago Lakes HS)

2008-09 (So.): Parenteau played in every game, scoring once and notching three assists for four points...scored against Robert Morris ( Jan. 2, 2009) and recorded assists against the Colonials ( Jan. 3, 2009), Minnesota State ( Jan. 9, 2009) and Ohio State ( Jan. 24, 2009).

2007-08 (R-Fr.): Saw action in all but one game, scoring one goal and recording three assists for four points...was the second-highest scoring defenseman...scored her first-career goal against Ohio State (Nov. 2, 2007)...recorded her first-career two-assist game against Ohio State (Feb. 23, 2008). 2006-07 (Fr.): Redshirted for the Beavers. Prior to BSU: Parenteau played for Chisago Lakes High School...played eight years of high school hockey...participated in the Minnesota state tournament in 2003 and participated in the National Tourny two years in a row...she was an all-conference and all-state honorable mention performer... uncle Bill played hockey at BSU while her uncle Mike and her dad Thomas played for the University of Minnesota. Personal: Alexandrea Kristine Parenteau...Born Nov. 3, 1987...Daughter of Thomas and Michelle Parenteau... Majoring in community health.

Career Stats Year

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Career

G

0 35 36 71

G-A PTS +/- PIM PP SH GW

0-0 1-3 1-3 2-6

0 4 4 8

Career Stats vs WCHA Year

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Career

G

0 27 28 55

0 -9 -14 -23

0 10-20 9-18 19-28

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

G-A PTS +/- PIM PP SH GW

0-0 1-2 0-2 1-4

0 3 2 5

0 -11 -13 -24

0 7-14 5-10 12-24

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

Career Single-Game Highs: Goals: 1, twice; Assists: 2, vs. Ohio State (2/23/08); Points: 2, vs. Ohio State (2/23/08); SOG: 5, twice; PIM: 4, three times.


BEMIDJI STATE

Women’s Hockey 2009-10 RETURNING PLAYERS

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Erin Cody

F / 5-7 / Jr. Roseville, Minn. (Roseville Area HS)

• Captain this season

2008-09 (So.): • Academic All-WCHA • WCHA Scholar Athlete Led BSU in goals (12), assists (16) and points (28)...put home five power-play goals and two short-handed goals, which led the team... scored game-winners against both Robert Morris ( Jan. 3, 2009) and Ohio State ( Jan. 24, 2009)...scored four goals in a series against Minnesota State (Oct. 31-Nov. 1, 2008)...recorded two three-point games. 2007-08 (Fr.): Tied for the team lead in both points (10) and assists (6)... scored four goals...recorded first career point with an assist against Minnesota State (Nov. 10, 2008)...scored her first career goal in a 2-1 loss to Niagara (Nov. 10, 2007)...scored in a 4-1 win over North Dakota ( Jan. 11, 2008)...had a goal and an assist against both Vermont (Dec. 29, 2007) and Ohio State (2/22/08)...goal against Vermont was both a short-handed goal and a game-winner. Prior to BSU: Cody was a four-year all-conference performer at Roseville Area High School and was also a five-time letterwinner during her prep career...was part of a team that was Suburban East Conference Champions twice and section 2AA champs twice during her career...helped lead Roseville Area to a fourth-place finish in the Minnesota State Tournament in her junior and senior seasons...is a three-time all-state performer and was named Pioneer Press Player of the Year her senior season...was named her team’s Most Valuable Player for four seasons and she was her team’s scoring leader for five consecutive seasons. Personal: Erin Hansen Cody...Born Aug. 17, 1988...Daughter of Mike and Janelle Cody...Majoring in psychology.

Career Stats Year

2007-08 2008-09 Career

G G-A

35 4-6 36 12-16 71 16-22

Pts +/- PIM

10 28 38

Career Stats vs WCHA Year

2007-08 2008-09 Career

G G-A

28 2-5 28 11-11 56 13-16

-8 14-28 1 -10 16-35 5 -18 30-63 6

Pts +/- PIM

7 22 29

PP SH GW 1 2 3

1 2 3

PP SH GW

-10 13-26 1 -9 12-27 4 -19 15-53 5

0 2 2

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Kaylee Keys

F / 5-4 / So. St. Paul, Minn. (Cretin-Derham Hall HS) 2008-09 (Fr.): Finished fifth on the team in scoring with nine points (4G-5A)...scored the game-winning goal and recorded an assist in her first collegiate game against Wayne State (Oct. 3, 2008)... scored against North Dakota (Dec. 12, 2008) twice against Minnesota State ( Jan. 9 and Jan. 10, 2009). Prior to BSU: Played in the Suburban East Conference for Cretin-Derham Hall High School... scored 24 goals and had 16 assists in 25 games senior year...was a team captain...named All-State Honorable Mention by the Associated Press and the St. Paul Pioneer Press three times...All-Conference all four years...Raiders made the state tournament freshman year, placed third senior year...section champs freshman and senior years... section semifinalists sophomore and junior years...career record was 74-33-8...recorded 80 goals, 68 assists and 148 points during high school career...led the team in scoring final three years...played for the Mission Ice Cats over the past two summers...also went to USA Hockey’s National Development Camp in 2006 and ‘07...high school coaches were Steve Williams and Jeff Keys. Personal: Kaylee Marie Keys...Born March 13, 1990... Daughter of Jeff and Paula Keys...Majoring in sports medicine...grandfather George played hockey for the University of Minnesota...father Jeff was an All-American hockey player for the University of St. Thomas...sister Erin played hockey for Ohio State.

Career Stats Year

2008-09 Career

G G-A 36 4-5 36 4-5

Pts +/- PIM PP SH GW

9 9

Career Stats vs WCHA Year

2008-09 Career

G G-A 28 3-3 28 3-3

-21 16-32 0 -21 16-32 0

0 0

1 1

Pts +/- PIM PP SH GW

6 6

-22 11-22 0 -22 11-22 0

0 0

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Erin Babineau

F / 5-4 / So. St. Paul, Minn. (Roseville Area HS) 2008-09 (Fr.): P layed all 36 games and recorded six points (3G-3A)...scored against Wayne State (Oct. 4, 2008), Robert Morris ( Jan. 2, 2009) and Wisconsin (Feb. 21, 2009)... recorded career-high two assists against Minnesota State (Nov. 1, 2008). Prior to BSU: Babineau lettered for five years in both hockey and soccer... four-time all-conference player...garnered a pair of All-SEC accolades for her play on the pitch, where she captained the Raiders and was voted their team MVP following the 2007 season...participated in track and field and cross country as a prep...attained all-state honors on the track and qualified for the state cross country meet in seventh grade attaining team MVP and all-conference honors along the way...member of the Roseville Area High School “A” Honor Roll...collected an academic letter during each of her final three years of high school and was a member of the National Honor Society...she has been accepted into, and will participate in the BSU Honors Program. Personal: Erin Rose Babineau...Born Sept. 7, 1989...Daughter of Jeff and Julie Babineau...Major undecided.

Career Stats Year

2008-09 Career

G G-A 36 3-3 36 3-3

Pts +/- PIM

6 6

Career Stats vs WCHA Year

2008-09 Career

G G-A 28 1-3 28 1-3

-18 6-12 -18 6-12

Pts +/- PIM

4 4

-15 4-8 -15 4-8

PP SH GW 2 2

0 0

1 1

PP SH GW 0 0

0 0

0 0

Career Single-Game Highs:

Goals: 1, three times; Assists: 2, at Minnesota State (11/1/08); Points: 1, at Minnesota State (11/1/08); SOG: 4, twice; PIM: 2, six times.

0 0

Career Single-Game Highs:

Goals: 1, four times; Assists: 1, five times; Points: 2, twice; SOG: 5, vs. St. Cloud State (2/13/09); PIM: 4, three times.

0 1 1

Career Single-Game Highs:

Goals: 2, three times; Assists: 2, twice; Points: 3, twice; SOG: 8, three times; PIM: 5, at St. Cloud State (11/21/08).

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BEMIDJI STATE Women’s Hockey 2009-10

15

RETURNING PLAYERS

Marlee Wheelhouse

D / 5-1 / So. Crookston, Minn. (Crookston HS)

2008-09 (Fr.): Laced up her skates in all 36 contests, scoring three goa ls and providing five helpers for eight points...f inished second on the team in scoring amongst defensemen...scored twice on the power play...scored against Robert Morris ( Jan. 3, 2009), North Dakota (Jan. 30, 2009) and Minnesota (Feb. 27, 2009).

Prior to BSU: Wheelhouse lettered all four years in hockey, softball and soccer...captain last three years in hockey...member of the all-conference teams all four years...team MVP freshman and senior years...left Crookston HS with the school record for goals, assists and points in a career...was an All-State Honorable Mention her sophomore and junior years...received numerous accolades during her junior season, beginning with being named Most Valuable Offensive Player on her team... earned a spot on the Associated Press Second Team, the Pioneer Press Second Team, the Coaches Association AllState Team, and the All-Tournament State Team....played with the Minnesota Jr. Whitecaps in summer and fall 2007. Personal: Marlee Nora Wheelhouse...Born Nov. 9, 1989... Daughter of Scott and Gerri Wheelhouse...Sister is teammate Erika Wheelhouse...Majoring in physical education and exercise science.

Career Stats Year

2008-09 Career

G G-A

Pts +/- PIM

36 3-5 36 3-5

8 8

G G-A

Pts +/- PIM

Career Stats vs WCHA Year

2008-09 Career

28 1-3 28 1-3

4 4

PP SH GW

-20 20-40 2 -20 20-40 2

0 0

0 0

PP SH GW

-18 17-34 1 -18 17-34 1

20

Brittany DeBoer

0 0

0 0

D / 5-11 / So. Spring Lake Park, Minn. (Spring Lake Park HS)

Prior to BSU: Played in the North Suburban Conference at Spring Lake Park High School... had a winning record (39-38-3) over final three years...All-Conference member...earned her team’s Hobey Baker Award...All-Conference Honorable Mention in softball...lettered all four years in hockey...lettered three years in both softball and tennis...member of the National Honor Society and the honor roll...earned an academic letter and was a member of the academic all-conference team... high school coach was Tom Kullenkamp. Personal: Brittany Ann DeBoer...Born May 1, 1990... Daughter of Brett and Kris DeBoer...Majoring in nursing... uncle Heath was drafted by the St. Louis Blues...brother Addison plays hockey at Colorado College...cousin Sandy Nelson plays hockey at Ohio State.

Career Stats Year

2008-09 Career

G G-A 32 0-0 32 0-0

Pts +/- PIM PP SH GW

0 0

Career Stats vs WCHA Year

2008-09 Career

G G-A 27 0-0 27 0-0

-2 -2

1-2 1-2

0 0

0 0

0 0

Pts +/- PIM PP SH GW

0 0

Career Single-Game Highs:

-2 -2

1-2 1-2

0 0

0 0

0 0

Goals: 0; Assists: 0; Points: 0; SOG: 0; PIM: 2, vs. Minnesota Duluth (2/7/09).

Career Single-Game Highs:

Goals: 1, three times; Assists: 1, five times; Points: 2, twice; SOG: 4, twice; PIM: 4, twice.

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2008-09 (Fr.): Deboer saw action in 32 contests...had a +/- rating of minus 2, and had one penalty for two minutes.

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Lauren Williams

F / 5-2 / So. Eagan, Minn. (Eagan HS)

2008-09 (Fr.): Williams played in all but one game during her rookie season, and notched an assist and took 14 shots...lone helper came against North Dakota (Dec. 13, 2008).

Prior to BSU: Played in the Lake Conference for Eagan High School freshman and sophomore years...led team in scoring in 2005-06...lettered in hockey and track and field in high school... was named Rookie of the Year...Lake Conference Honorable Mention twice and was an All-State Honorable Mention...played for the Minnesota Thoroughbreds U-19 team and led team in goals scored in 2007-08...attended USA Hockey’s National Development Camp in 2006...went to Hockey Night in Boston in 2006...father Brian played hockey for the University of North Dakota, and he was a member of Team USA in 1986 and ‘87...he also played for the Montreal Canadians in 1987 and played in Europe following his stint in the NHL...sister Alex is currently playing hockey for North Dakota...member of the honor roll and was named student of the month once...Thoroughbred coaches were Steve Weber, Marci Bydlon and Ivan Weiss. Personal: Lauren Elizabeth Williams...Born Aug. 3, 1990...Daughter of Brian and Terryl Williams...Majoring in biology.

Career Stats Year

2008-09 Career

G G-A 35 0-1 35 0-1

Pts +/- PIM

1 1

Career Stats vs WCHA Year

2008-09 Career

G G-A 27 0-1 27 0-1

Pts +/- PIM

1 1

Career Single-Game Highs:

PP SH GW

-14 13-47 0 -14 13-47 0

0 0

0 0

PP SH GW

-10 10-20 0 -10 10-20 0

0 0

0 0

Goals: 0; Assists: 1, vs. North Dakota (12/13/08); Points: 1, vs. North Dakota (12/13/08); SOG: 2, three times; PIM: 15, at Robert Morris (1/2/09).


BEMIDJI STATE

Women’s Hockey 2009-10 RETURNING PLAYERS

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Montana Vichorek

D / 5-7 / So. Moose Lake, Minn. (Cloquet HS)

2008-09 (Fr.): Vichorek played in every game and led all defensemen in scoring with three goals and 10 assists for 13 points... became just the third Beaver defenseman to notch double-digit assists in a single season...scored twice on the power play...scored against North Dakota (Dec. 13, 2008 and Jan. 30, 2009) and Minnesota Duluth (Feb. 6, 2009).

Prior to BSU: Vichorek was a four-year letterwinner in hockey, and was captain her senior year...named to the all-area first team junior and senior years...all-conference first team twice...all-state honorable mention junior year and all-state first team senior year...USA Hockey National Development Camp participant freshman and sophomore years...K-1 Sportswear Stars of the North All-State participant junior and senior years...team took second place in state in 2005 and placed third in state in ‘06...she lettered three years in volleyball, was named Rookie of the Year in 2005 and was a captain twice...was on the All-Conference First Team in track in 2006, ‘07 and ‘08, and lettered five years in track...made All-Conference in the 300-meter hurdles, the long jump and the triple jump...broke the school record in the triple jump...was on the All-State Academic Team. Personal: Montana Rae Vichorek...Born July 24, 1990... Daughter of Mark and Bette Vichorek...Majoring in pre-pharmacy.

Career Stats Year

2008-09 Career

G G-A

Pts +/- PIM

36 3-10 36 3-10

13 13

G G-A

Pts +/- PIM

Career Stats vs WCHA Year

2008-09 Career

28 3-9 28 3-9

12 12

Career Single-Game Highs:

29

Kimberly Lieder

PP SH GW

-28 18-36 2 -28 18-36 2

0 0

0 0

PP SH GW

-24 15-30 2 -24 15-30 2

0 0

0 0

Goals: 1, three times; Assists: 2, twice; Points: 2, three times; SOG: 5, three times; PIM: 4, three times.

F / 5-7 / So. Eagan, Minn. (Minnesota Thoroughbreds) 2008-09 (Fr.): Saw action in 33 games and notched two assists during her rookie season...points came against Ohio State ( Jan. 24, 2009) and St. Cloud State (Feb. 13, 2009). Prior to BSU: Kimberly played high school hockey for Eastview High School her freshman and sophomore years...Competed as a member of the Minnesota Thoroughbreds from 2006-08...Earned honorable mention honors both years playing for EVHS...Led the Thoroughbreds in points during her time there...Lettered in track all four years...competed in state sophomore, junior and senior years...named All-State three years...took second in state in the 100-meter hurdles and the 4x200 relay... set the school record in 100-meter hurdles and 4x200 relay. Personal: Kimberly Anne Lieder...Born March 31, 1990...Daughter of William and Renee Lieder... Majoring in elementary education.

Career Stats Year

2008-09 Career

G G-A 33 0-2 33 0-2

Pts +/- PIM PP SH GW

2 2

Career Stats vs WCHA Year

2008-09 Career

G G-A 27 0-2 27 0-2

-7 -7

4-8 4-8

0 0

0 0

0 0

Pts +/- PIM PP SH GW

2 2

Career Single-Game Highs:

-6 -6

3-6 3-6

0 0

0 0

0 0

Goals: 0; Assists: 1, twice; Points: 1, twice; SOG: 4, vs. St. Cloud State (2/13/09); PIM: 2, four times.

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Alana McElhinney

G / 5-8 / So. Calgary, Alberta, Canada (Calgary Bruins) 2008-09 (Fr.): McElhinney played in seven games and made five starts for a total of 370:45 minutes...finished the season with a 1-31 record, with her win coming against Robert Morris ( Jan. 3, 2009). Prior to BSU: Played three years in the Alberta Major Midget AAA Female Hockey League (AMMFHL)...in 2007, played for U-18 Team Alberta at Nationals...was a member of the 2007 HokkeidoAlberta Sport Exchange, traveling to Japan...played for the Rocky Mountain Storm AAA 1989 team in summer 2006...played in the Czech Challenge Cup in Prague during summer 2006...played for the Southern Alberta 1990 AAA Selects team during summer 2005, which won the silver medal at the Lady Flames Summer Splash Tournament in Boston... also participated in three years of cross country, two years of badminton and one year of basketball...field hockey team won the Division I City Championship junior year...member of the school’s swim team senior year...was on the honor roll three years...had the social studies and English awards for the highest average... has been accepted to BSU’s Honor Society...father Bob played hockey at the University of Guelph...brother Curtis played four years of hockey at Colorado College and currently is a member of the National Hockey League’s Calgary Flames...high school coaches were Becky McGee and Terry Larson. Personal: Alana Susan McElhinney...Born Nov. 30, 1990.. Daughter of Bob and Shirley McElhinney... double majoring in creative/professional writing and political science.

Career Stats Year

2008-09 Career

G-GS Min 7-5 7-5

370:45 370:45

Career Stats vs WCHA Year

2008-09 Career

G-GS Min 4-2 4-2

184:33 184:33

GAA Spct W L

T

GAA Spct W L

T

5.02 5.02

8.45 8.45

.862 1 .862 1

.821 0 .821 0

3 3

2 2

1 1

0 0

Career Single-Game Highs:

Saves: 46, vs. Minnesota (11/15/08); Goals Allowed: 9, vs. Wisconsin (10/18/08); Shots Faced: 53, vs. Minnesota (11/15/08); Minutes Played: 63:42, vs. Northeastern (10/11/08).

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88

RETURNING PLAYERS

Zuzana Tomcikova

G / 5-11 / So. Bratislava, Slovakia (Slovakian National Team) 2008-09 (Fr.): Tomcikova came onto the scene in a huge way, becoming just the second Beaver to eclipse t he quad r uple-save plateau (1,025)...played 1805:08, and finished with a 5-22-4 record... recorded a .917 saves percentage and a 3.09 goals against average... tied the school record with three shutouts... became the first player in conference history to be named WCHA Defensive Player of the Week on three straight occasions (Dec. 10, Dec. 17 and Jan. 7)...became the first Beaver to earn All-WCHA Second Team honors at season’s end. Prior to BSU: Played for the Slovakian National Team that won gold medal in the North Korea World Championships (Division II), and placed second in Latvia (Division I)...went to high school at Caronport High School in Canada...high school ladies team won the Regina League, Provincials and the Western Shield sophomore year...played for the boys tier II team in the south central minor hockey league...team got second in provincials...was named defensive player of the year. Personal: Zuzana Tomcikova...Born April 23, 1988... Daughter of Pavel and Dana Tomcikova...Majoring in mass media.

Career Stats Year

2008-09 Career

G-GS Min

Career Stats vs WCHA Year

2008-09 Career

GAA Spct W L

31-31 1805:08 3.09 31-31 1805:08 3.09

G-GS Min

.917 5 .917 5

GAA Spct W L

26-26 1500:16 3.28 26-26 1500:16 3.28

.915 3 .915 3

T

22 4 22 4

T

10

F / 5-9 / R-Fr. Coleraine, Minn. (Greenway HS)

2008-09 (Fr.): Took a redshirt for Bemidji State after suffering a season-ending injury early in the season. Recorded two assists in her first-career game against Wayne State (Oct. 3, 2009).

Prior to BSU: Erickson was a Top-5 finalist for the Ms. Hockey Award, given annually to the top senior girls’ high school hockey player in Minnesota...lettered for six years... played in the 2007 and ‘08 state hockey tournaments, finishing second her senior year...was awarded the Herb Brooks award during senior year...named to the 2008 AA state hockey all-tournament team, and was named to the Associated Press All-State first team...Erickson lettered once in track and field, four times in softball and six times in tennis during her high school career...was also a member of the National Honor Society and was on the Honor Roll. Personal: Emily Faye Marie Erickson...Born Oct. 10, 1989...Daughter of Randy and Ginny Erickson...Majoring in secondary mathematics education and education administration.

Career Stats Year

2008-09 Career

G G-A 5 5

0-2 0-2

Pts +/- PIM PP SH GW

2 2

Career Stats vs WCHA Year

2008-09 Career

G G-A 1 1

0-0 0-0

0 0

1-2 1-2

0 0

0 0

0 0

Pts +/- PIM PP SH GW

0 0

Career Single-Game Highs:

-2 -2

0-0 0-0

0 0

0 0

0 0

Goals: 0; Assists: 2, at Wayne State (10/3/08); Points: 2, at Wayne State (10/3/08); SOG: 5, vs. Northeastern (10/10/08); PIM: 2, vs. Northeastern (10/11/08).

20 3 20 3

Career Single-Game Highs:

Saves: 49, at Wisconsin (2/21/09); Goals Allowed: 6, at Minnesota (1/17/09); Shots Faced: 54, at Wisconsin (2/21/09); Minutes Played: 65:00, four times.

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Emily Erickson

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BEMIDJI STATE

Women’s Hockey 2009-10 NEWCOMERS

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Molly Arola

F / 5-9 / Fr. Walker, Minn. (Grand Rapids-Greenway HS)

Prior to BSU: Played at Grand Rapids/Greenway High School...is the second player in as many years to come to Bemidji State from Grand Rapids/Greenway, following in Emily Erickson’s footsteps...was part of a high school team that was the section 7AA champions twice (2007 and ‘08) and was the class AA state runners-up in 2008, was a captain in 2009...was named to the 2008 state AllTournament team and earned the team’s 2009 Hobey Baker Award...is a member of the National Honor Society, is on the honor roll and earned Academic of Excellence honors...also played volleyball, basketball and fastpitch softball during her high school career... high school coach was Chris Granley.

17

Sadie Lundquist

F / 5-5 / Fr. Cloquet, Minn. (Cloquet HS)

Personal: Molly Jo Arola...Born Jan. 1, 1991...Daughter of Rick and Michele Arola...Is the cousin of current BSU men’s hockey player Chris Pelus...Major is undecided.

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Jamie Hatheway

F / 5-4 / Fr. Trenton, Ontario. (Durham Junior Lightning)

Prior to BSU: Played this past season for the Durham Junior Lightning in the Provincial Women’s Hockey League...attended the NAHA Tournament Labor Day weekend and also attended the U18 National Championships with Team Blue...team placed fourth, which was the best-ever finish...during the 2007-08 season, she played in the PWHL for the Whitby Wolves IntAA... attended the Stoney Creek Tournament and was part of the Durham West Tournament Champions...in 2006-07, she played in the OWHL Midget AA for the Whitby Wolves Midget AA. .. has also played for the Trenton Golden Hawks in both the Boys Major Bantam and Boys Minor Bantam... has also played varsity soccer, and was the high school soccer MVP in 2008...has been on the honor roll all four years...high school coaches were Brian Meindl, David Lanovaz and Jeff McDougall.

Prior to BSU: Started on the Cloquet High School varsity team since eighth grade...She is the second player in as many years to come to Bemidji State by way of CHS, following in teammate Montana Vichorek’s footsteps... has earned All-State Honorable Mention honors, and has also earned All-Area and All-Conference awards...earned letters in hockey, cross country and softball during her four years in high school...attended national camps in New York, and her CHS team has participated in two state tournaments, placing second and third...also played in the fall Elite League and in the K1 area All-Star Game...is a part of the National Honor Society, is on the Scholastic Honor Roll, and was ranked in the top 10 percent of her class...High school coach was Richard Bartholdi. Personal: Sadie Elizabeth Lunquist...Born June. 18, 1991...Daughter of Daniel and Kelly Lundquist... Majoring in elementary education.

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MacKenzie Thurston

F / 5-5 / Fr. Kanata, Ontario. (Ottawa Junior Senators)

Prior to BSU: Played at All Saints Catholic High School...was part of the Provincial Women’s Hockey League (PWHL) Silver Medalist team in the 2007-08 season...was named the ASCHS Athlete of the Year in 2004 and ‘06...other high school sports were soccer, touch football, golf and volleyball...played on the Ottawa Fury Elite Soccer Club team from 2005-08, and was named MVP in ‘07...was also team MVP in both touch football and golf in 2006...has been on the honor roll... high school coach is Trevor Kirtz. Personal: MacKenzie Rae Thurston...Born Nov. 5, 1991...daughter of Guy Thurston and Carol ThurstonSabourin...Majoring in exercise science.

Personal: Jamie Lynn Hatheway...Born April 15, 1991... Daughter of Tim and Tracy Hatheway..Majoring in buisness.

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Keirstin Visser

NEWCOMERS

D / 5-7 / Fr. Crapaud, Prince Edward Isl. (Mid Isle Matrix (Boys))

Prior to BSU: Played for the Mid Isle Matrix in the Midgett AAA Boys league...has also spent a year playing for the Summerside Hemphill Midget AAA Boys team... was a member of Team Atlantic in 2007 and ‘08, which is a Canadian U-18 National Team...was the assistant captain, and scored two goals at the 2008 national tournament against Team Ontario...was part of the PEI Canada Games in 2008 for hockey and will play in the 2009 games for soccer...Bluefield PEISHA AAA Rugby team won the championship in 2007-08.

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Erika Wheelhouse

D / 5-3 / Fr. Crookston, Minn. (Crookston HS)

Personal: Keirstin Rebekah Visser...Born Feb. 14, 1991... Daughter of John and Linda Visser...Majoring in biology.

Prior to BSU: Played for Crookston High School, and was a member of the All-Conference squad her freshman and sophomore years...her team took third place in state her sophomore year...was named to the All-Tournament Team and earned the Most Valuable Defenseman award that year as well...was named to the Coaches Association All-State Team her sophomore and junior years, and was named a captain her junior and senior years and hardest worker junior year...is a three-year participant in the National Camp in New York, and has earned letters in hockey, soccer, softball and track during her high school career...was on the AllConference team while playing soccer, and was a captain and MVP her senior year...was also a part of the soccer team that recently broke the school record for wins in a single season...high school coach was Tim Persson. Personal: Erika Marie Wheelhouse...Born May. 9, 1991...Daughter of Scott and Gerri Wheelhouse...Sister is teammate Marlee Wheelhouse...Major is undecided.

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Hayley Williams

F / 5-4 / Fr. Crete, Ill. (Chicago Mission)

Prior to BSU: Played hockey for the Chicago Mission U19 team...scored the game-winning goal in triple overtime in the U19 national championship game in 2008. Personal: Hayley Alexandra Williams...Born June 3, 1990... Daughter of Tom and Ricki Williams...Majoring in sport management and criminal justice.

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Abby Williams

F / 5-2 / R-Fr. Alexandria, Minn. (Minnesota State University, Mankato)

• Will sit out season as red-shirt transfer

2008-09 (Fr.): Tallied an assist in a 3-3 tie, shootout loss to the Huskies on Feb. 6...had her first collegiate assist in a shootout loss to Ohio State (Dec. 13). Scored her first collegiate goal Nov. 30...played in every game last season and has 1-2--3 on the season. Prior to BSU: Led her high school team, conference and section in scoring with 42 goals and 38 assists her senior season, leading the cardinals to a Class A State Championship and setting the school’s record for wins in a season 27...Led the team in scoring her fresman (62 points) and sophomore (68 points) years...Tallied 365 varsity points in her high school career (187 goals and 178 assists)... during her high school career she led the team to a state championship, five section championships and three conference championships...was named to the to the state alltournament team, all conference team five times, all-state her senior and junior year, all-state honorable mention her sophomore and freshman seasons...was a Herb Brooks Award Winner her junior year...named Team MVP five times and team captain her junior season...received the EXCEL Award and Spotlight on Academics Award...is a member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Abby Elizabeth Williams...Born Jul. 21, 1989... Daughter of Jim and Martha Williams...Majoring in spanish education.

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BEMIDJI STATE

Women’s Hockey 2009-10 ROSTER BREAKDOWN Goaltender 31 Alana McElhinney 35 Eri Kiribuchi 88 Zuzana Tomcikova

Left Wing 5 Nicole Rawlings 13 Erin Cody 11 Erin Babineau 91 Jamie Hathaway

So. So. So.

Right Wing 8 Erin Johnson 9 Annie Bauerfeld 22 Lauren Williams 29 Kimberly Lieder 10 Emily Erickson 21 Hayley Williams

Sr. Jr. So. Fr.

Center 27 Franny Dorr 12 Lexy Parenteau 6 Kaylee Keys 16 MacKenzie Thurston 17 Sadie Lundquist 23 Molly Arola

Left Defense 15 Marlee Wheelhouse 25 Montana Vichorek 14 Erika Wheelhouse

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

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

Right Defense 2 Jackie Robertson 20 Brittany DeBoer 18 Keirstin Visser

So. So. Fr.

Sr. So. Fr.

* Players listed by class not necessarily by lineup order

Letterwinners Lost (4) 19 Brooke Collins 14 Monica Rawlings 24 Ashley Leopold 7 Carissa Ketcher

D F D F

5-5 5-8 5-7 5-4

Sr. Sr. Jr. So.

Newcomers (8) Molly Arola Jamie Hatheway Sadie Lundquist Mackenzie Thurston Keirstin Visser Erika Wheelhouse Abby Williams Hayley Williams

F F F F D D F F

5-9 Fr. 5-5 Fr. 5-5 Fr. 5-7 Fr. 5-8 Fr. 5-3 Fr. 5-2 R-So. 5-4 Fr.

Players by Class (26) Freshmen Sophomores Arola Babineau Hatheway DeBoer Erickson Keys Lundquist Kiribuchi Thurston Leider Visser McElhinney Wheelhouse Tomcikova H. Williams Vichorek Wheelhouse A. Williams L. Williams

Juniors Bauerfeld Cody Johnson Parenteau

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Seniors Dorr Rawlings Robertson

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BEMIDJI STATE Women’s Hockey 2009-10 Mercyhurst Lakers

Away: Oct. 2-3, 2009//6:00-1:00pm

Head Coach Michael Sisti Canisius ‘90

Northeastern Huskies

Home: Oct. 23-24, 2009 // 6:00-2:00 p.m.

QUICK FACTS Location: ............................................ Erie, Pa. Founded (Enrollment):................1926 (4,055) Conference: ............. College Hockey America Affiliation: ...........................NCAA Division I Nickname: .............................................Lakers School Colors: ........................ Green and Blue Home Ice / size (capacity): Mercyhurst Ice Center .............................1,300 President: ......................... Dr. Thomas Gamble Athletic Director: ..........................Joe Kimball Hockey Trainer: ............................ Mike Folga Phone: .................................... (814) 824-3334 Athletic Phone: ........................................N/A Athletic Fax: ............................................N/A

QUICK FACTS Location: ................................... Boston, Mass. Founded (Enrollment):..............1898 (15,339) Conference: .................................Hockey East Affiliation: ...........................NCAA Division I Nickname: .......................................... Huskies School Colors: .......................... Red and Black Home Ice / size (capacity): ............................. Matthews Arena ......................200 x 90 (4,665) Head Coach President: ...............................Dr. Joseph Aoun Athletic Director: ...........................Peter Roby Dave Flint Mass. Col. of Hockey Trainer: ........................Cheryl Blauth Liberal Arts ‘93 Athletic Phone: ...................... (617) 373-2672 Athletic Fax: .......................... (617) 373-3152

SPORTS INFORMATION Hockey SID: ............................Erik Kaminski SID Phone: ............................ (814) 824-3338 SID e-mail: .....ekaminski@mercyhurst.edu SID Fax: ..................................................N/A Hockey Press Row:................. (814) 824-2167 Web site: ....................www.hurstathletics.com Mailing Address: 501 East 38th St. Erie, PA 16546

ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS Hockey SID: ...........................Asha Michener SID Phone: ...................... (617) 373-3643 SID e-mail: .....................asha@goNU.com SID Fax: ................................ (617) 373-3152 Hockey Press Row:................. (617) 373-5561 Web site: ..............................www.GoNU.com Mailing Address: NU Athletic Department 238 Saint Botolph St. 111 Matthews Arena Boston, MA 02115

PROGRAM HISTORY First year of hockey: .........................1999-00 Overall record: ............................. 252-75-23 Years in postseason play: .............................. 5 CHA Championships: .................................. 4 NCAA Championships: ................................ 0 THE LAKERS 2008-09 overall record: ......................... 31-6-0 2008-09 CHA record: .................. 16-0-0 (1st) 2008-09 final national ranking: ..................3rd Lettermen returning: ................................... 15 Lettermen lost: .............................................. 5 Newcomers: ................................................... 7 COACHING STAFF Head Coach ............................... Michael Sisti Alma Mater: ................................. Canisius ‘90 Record at UNH: ... 252-75-23 (10 seasons) Hockey Phone: ....................... (814) 824-2142 Best time to reach: ............................Mornings Assistant Coaches: Paul Colontino Louis Goulet SERIES NOTES Series standing:...................................... 7-1-2 Current streak:.......... Mercyhurst won last one

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2009-10 OPPONENTS

Wayne State (Mich.) University

Away: Oct. 30-31, 2009 // 6:00-2:00 p.m.

Head Coach Jim Fetter Lethbridge ‘95

QUICK FACTS Location: .................................. Detroit, Mich. Founded (Enrollment):..............1868 (33,240) Conference: ............................................ CHA Affiliation: ...........................NCAA Division I Nickname: ......................................... Warriors School Colors: ....................... Green and Gold Home Ice / size (capacity): .............................. City Sports Arena..................... 200 x 85 (500) President: ................. Jay Noren, M.D., M.P.H. Athletic Director: .......................Rob Fournier Hockey Trainer: ............................ Katie Lang Athletic Phone: ...................... (313) 577-7542 Athletic Fax: ........................... (313) 577-5997 SPORTS INFORMATION Hockey SID: ............................. Tom Gorman SID Phone: ...................... (313) 577-2299 SID e-mail: ............... tgorman@wayne.edu SID Fax: ........................... (313) 577-5997 Web site: ............http://wsuathletics.cstv.com/ Mailing Address: Media Relations 5101 John C. Lodge 101 Matthaei Building Detroit, Mich., 48202

PROGRAM HISTORY First year of hockey: .........................1999-00 Overall record: ........................... 122-181-30 Years in postseason play: .............................. 0 HE Championships:...................................... 0

PROGRAM HISTORY First year of hockey: ...........................1999-00 Overall record: .............. 121-170-23 (10 years) Years in postseason play: .............................. 1 CHA Championships: .................................. 1 NCAA Championships: ................................ 0

THE HUSKIES 2008-09 overall record: ....................... 12-20-3 2008-09 HE record: .................... 7-13-1 (6th) 2008-09 final national ranking: ............... none Lettermen returning: ................................... 15 Lettermen lost: .............................................. 8 Newcomers: ................................................... 8

THE WARRIORS 2008-09 overall record: ......................... 21-9-2 2008-09 CHA record: .................11-5-0 (2nd) 2008-09 final national ranking: ............... none Lettermen returning: ................................... 13 Lettermen lost: ............................................ 11 Newcomers: ................................................... 8

COACHING STAFF Head Coach ................................... Dave Flint Alma Mater: .Mass. Col. of Liberal Arts ‘93 Career Record: .......... 100-35-5 (4 seasons) Record at UV: ...............12-20-3 (1 season) Career vs BSU:.................................. 0-0-2 Hockey Phone: ....................... (617) 373-2631 Best time to reach: ........................contact SID Assistant Coaches: Linda Lundrigan Lauren McAuliffe Nicole Stock

COACHING STAFF Head Coach .................................... Jim Fetter Alma Mater: .............................Lethbridge ‘95 Career Record: ........ 100-84-18 (6 seasons) Record at NU:......... 100-84-18 (6 seasons) Career vs BSU:.................................. 1-5-2 Hockey Phone: ....................... (313) 577-9171 Best time to reach: ........................contact SID Assistant Coaches: Nicolette Franck Allison Rutledge

SERIES NOTES Series standing:....................................... 0-0-2 Current streak:..........................................Tied

SERIES NOTES Series standing...................................... 15-3-2 Current streak.................... WSU won last one

2009-10 Bemidji State Women’s Ice Hockey


BEMIDJI STATE

Women’s Hockey 2009-10 2009-10 OPPONENTS Wisconsin Badgers

Home: Oct. 10-11, 2009 // 7:07-4:07 p.m. Away: Feb. 6-7, 2010 // 1:07-2:07 p.m.

Minnesota Golden Gophers

Home: Jan. 15-16, 2010 // 6:07-4:07 p.m. Away: Nov. 20-21, 2009 // 6:07-4:07 p.m.

Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs

Home: Feb. 19-20, 2010 // 2:07-2:07 p.m. Away: Dec. 11-12, 2009 // 3:07-3:07 p.m.

QUICK FACTS Location: ..........................Minneapolis, Minn. Founded (Enrollment):..............1851 (50,883) Conference: ........................................ WCHA Affiliation: ...........................NCAA Division I Nickname: .............................Golden Gophers School Colors: .................... Maroon and Gold Home Ice / size (capacity): .............................. Ridder Arena ................... 200 x 85 (3,400) President: ..............................Robert Bruininks Athletic Director: .......................... Joel Maturi Hockey Trainer: ......................Amy Hamilton Phone: .................................... (612) 626-4499 Athletic Phone: ...................... (612) 624-2100 Athletic Fax: .......................... (612) 624-8018

QUICK FACTS Location: .................................. Duluth, Minn. Founded (Enrollment):..............1895 (11,300) Conference: ........................................ WCHA Affiliation: ...........................NCAA Division I Nickname: ......................................... Bulldogs School Colors: .................... Maroon and Gold Home Ice / size (capacity): .............................. DECC ............................. 190 x 85 (5,294) Chancellor: .......................Dr. Kathryn Martin Head Coach Shannon Miller Athletic Director: ........................ Bob Nielson Saskatchewan ‘85 Hockey Trainer: ............................Amy Miller Phone: .................................... (218) 726-8487 Athletic Phone: ...................... (218) 726-8168 Athletic Fax: ........................... (218) 726-6529

SPORTS INFORMATION Hockey SID: .....................Jacqueline Boscacci SID Phone: ...................... (608) 262-3545 SID e-mail: ............JB5@athletics.wisc.edu SID Fax: ................................ (608) 262-8184 Hockey Press Row:................. (608) 265-4336 Web site: ........................ www.uwbadgers.com Interim Mailing Address: Head Coach Athletic Communications Tracey DeKeyser Kellner Hall 1440 Monroe St. Madison, WI 53711

SPORTS INFORMATION Hockey SID: ........................... Michelle Traen SID Phone: ............................ (612) 624-0522 SID e-mail: ................. traen001@umn.edu SID Fax: ........................... (612) 625-0359 Hockey Press Row:................. (612) 625-6900 Web site: .................... www.gophersports.com Mailing Address: Athletic Communications 244 Bierman Bldg. 516 15th Ave. SE Minneapolis, MN 55455

SPORTS INFORMATION Hockey SID: ................. Kelly Grgas-Wheeler SID Phone: ...................... (218) 726-8937 SID e-mail: ............. kgrgaswh@d.umn.edu SID Fax: ........................... (218) 726-6529 Hockey Press Row:................. (218) 727-7939 Web site: .................... www.umdbulldogs.com Mailing Address: University of Minnesota-Duluth 1216 Ordean Court 170 SPHC Duluth, MN 55812

PROGRAM HISTORY First year of hockey: .........................1999-00 Overall record: ............................. 272-73-31 Years in postseason play: .............................. 9 WCHA Championships: .............................. 2 NCAA Championships: ................................ 9

PROGRAM HISTORY First year of hockey: ...........................1997-98 Overall record: ............................ 305-74-26 Years in postseason play: ............................ 10 WCHA Champs (Season/Tournament): ...6/3 AWCHA/NCAA Championships:............1/2

PROGRAM HISTORY First year of hockey: ...........................1999-00 Overall record: ............................... 260-70-29 Years in postseason play: .............................. 7 WCHA Championships: .............................. 3 NCAA Championships: ................................ 4

THE BADGERS 2008-09 overall record: ......................... 34-2-5 2008-09 WCHA record: .............21-2-5 (2nd) 2008-09 final national ranking: ..................... 1 Lettermen returning: ................................... 15 Lettermen lost: .............................................. 8 Newcomers: ................................................... 4

THE GOLDEN GOPHERS 2008-09 overall record: ......................... 32-5-3 2008-09 WCHA record: .............. 23-2-3 (1st) 2008-09 final national ranking: ................. 2nd Lettermen returning: ................................... 16 Lettermen lost: .............................................. 6 Newcomers: ................................................... 6

COACHING STAFF Head Coach ..............................Mark Johnson Alma Mater: ..............................Wisconsin ‘94 Career Record: ........ 210-39-22 (6 seasons) Record at UW:........ 210-39-22 (6 seasons) Career vs BSU:................................ 39-1-2 Hockey Phone: ....................... (608) 262-0101 Best time to reach: ........................contact SID Interim Head Coach.............Tracey DeKeyser Assistant Coaches: Peter Johnson Jackie Friesen

COACHING STAFF Head Coach ................................... Brad Frost Alma Mater: .................................... Bethel ‘96 Career Record: ............ 59-12-7 (2 seasons) Record at UM: ............ 59-12-7 (2 seasons) Career vs BSU:.................................. 8-0-0 Hockey Phone: ....................... (612) 626-1770 Best time to reach: ........................contact SID Assistant Coaches: Jamie Wood Tom Osiecki

THE BULLDOGS 2008-09 overall record: ......................... 25-9-4 2008-09 WCHA record: ............. 18-6-0 (3rd) 2008-09 final national ranking: ..................... 5 Lettermen returning: ..................................... 9 Lettermen lost: .............................................. 6 Redshirting for Olympics .............................. 6 Newcomers: ................................................... 9

Head Coach Mark Johnson Wisconsin ‘94

QUICK FACTS Location: .................................. Madison, Wis. Founded (Enrollment):..............1848 (42,041) Conference: ........................................ WCHA Affiliation: ...........................NCAA Division I Nickname: ...........................................Badgers School Colors: ................. Cardinal and White Home Ice / size (capacity): Kohl Center ..........................200 x 97 (15,237) Chancellor: ................ Carolyn “Biddy” Martin Athletic Director: ...................... Barry Alvarez Hockey Trainer: ....................... Jennifer Pepoy Phone:............................... (608) 265-8091 Athletic Phone: ...................... (608) 262-1866 Athletic Fax: .......................... (608) 265-3036

SERIES NOTES Series standing:................... UW leads 39-1-2 Current streak:....................... UW won last six

Head Coach Brad Frost Bethel ‘96

SERIES NOTES Series standing......................UM leads 41-2-3 Current streak........................ UM won last 13

Forward Saara Tuominen Sr. / 5-6

COACHING STAFF Head Coach ........................... Shannon Miller Alma Mater: ................ U of Saskatchewan ‘85 Career Record: ...... 260-70-29 (11 seasons) Record at UMD:... 260-70-29 (11 seasons) Career vs BSU:................................ 41-0-1 Hockey Phone: ....................... (218) 726-8164 Best time to reach: ........................contact SID Assistant Coaches: Laura Schuler Michelle McAteer SERIES NOTES Series standing.................. UMD leads 41-0-1 Current streak..................... UMD won last 31

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BEMIDJI STATE Women’s Hockey 2009-10 North Dakota Fighting Sioux

2009-10 OPPONENTS

Home: Dec. 6, 2009 Feb. 12, 2010 / 7:07-7:07 p.m. Away: Dec. 5, 2009 Feb. 13, 2010 / 7:07-7:07 p.m.

Head Coach Brian Idalski

UW-Stevens Point ‘92

Forward

Ashley Lynch

Jr. / 5-6

QUICK FACTS Location: ........................... Grand Forks, N.D. Founded (Enrollment):..............1883 (12,954) Conference: ........................................ WCHA Affiliation: ...........................NCAA Division I Nickname: ................................Fighting Sioux School Colors: ............Kelly Green and White Home Ice / size (capacity): ............................. Ralph Engelstad Arena ........200 x 85 (11,406) President: ............................. Dr. Robert Kelley Athletic Director: ........................ Brian Faison Hockey Trainer: ..................McKynsay Seeger Phone:............................... (701) 777-6147 Athletic Phone: ...................... (701) 777-2234 Athletic Fax: .......................... (701) 777-2285 ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS Hockey SID: ............................ Derek Koenen SID Phone: ...................... (701) 777-6743 SID e-mail: ........ derekkoenen@und.nodak.edu SID Fax: .......................... (701) 777-4352 Hockey Press Row:... (701) 777-3571 or 3572 Web site: .................... www.fightingsioux.com Mailing Address: UND Athletics Media Relations Hyslop Sports Center, Room 126 2751 2nd Avenue North Stop 9013 Grand Forks, N.D. 58202-9013

Home: Jan. 8-9. 2010 // 7:07-3:07 p.m. Away: Nov. 6-Nov. 7, 2009 // 7:07-3:07 p.m.

Head Coach Eric Means Minnesota ‘94

Forward

Jenna Hewitt

Sr. / 5-5

QUICK FACTS Location: ............................... Mankato, Minn. Founded (Enrollment):..............1868 (14,028) Conference: ........................................ WCHA Affiliation: ...........................NCAA Division I Nickname: .......................................Mavericks School Colors: .......................Purple and Gold Home Ice / size (capacity): .............................. All Seasons Arena ............... 200 x 85 (750) President: .....................Dr. Richard Davenport Athletic Director: ....................Kevin Buisman Hockey Trainer: ........................Jeff Chambers Hockey Trainer Phone:........... (507) 389-3229 Athletic Phone: ...................... (507) 389-6111 Athletic Fax: .......................... (507) 389-1923 ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Hockey SID: .................................. Kyle Bradt SID Phone: ...................... (507) 389-2625 SID e-mail: .............. kyle.bradt@mnsu.edu SID Fax: ................................ (507) 389-1923 Hockey Press Row:...................................N/A Web site: ...................www.msumavericks.com Mailing Address: Athletic Communications TC 175 Mankato, MN 56001

PROGRAM HISTORY First year of hockey: .........................2002-03 Overall record: ............................. 62-154-21 Years in postseason play: ........................ none WCHA Championships: ........................ none

PROGRAM HISTORY First year of hockey: ...........................1998-99 Overall record: .............................. 123-230-32 Years in postseason play: .............................. 2 WCHA Championships: ...................... none

THE FIGHTING SIOUX 2008-09 overall record: ....................... 13-19-4 2008-09 WCHA record: ............. 9-16-3 (6th) 2008-09 final national ranking: ............... none Lettermen returning: ................................... 11 Lettermen lost: .............................................. 4 Newcomers: ..............................................N/A

THE MAVERICKS 2008-09 overall record: ....................... 12-19-5 2008-09 WCHA record: ............. 7-16-5 (5th) 2008-09 final national ranking: ............... none Lettermen returning: ................................... 17 Lettermen lost: .............................................. 6 Newcomers: ................................................... 6

COACHING STAFF Head Coach ................................Brian Idalski Alma Mater: .......Wisconsin-Stevens Point ‘01 Career Record: ............17-45-10 (3 season) Record at UND: .........17-45-10 (3 season) Career vs BSU:.................................. 5-6-1 Hockey Phone: ....................... (701) 777-6490 Best time to reach: ........................contact SID Assistant Coaches: Grant Kimball Maria Lewis Martin Short

COACHING STAFF Head Coach ..................................Eric Means Alma Mater: ..............................Minnesota ‘94 Record at MSU:............ Entering first year Career vs BSU: ....................Entering first year Hockey Phone: ....................... (507) 389-3217 Best time to reach: .................. contact SID Assistant Coaches: Jon Austin Shari Vogt

SERIES NOTES Series standing:................ UND leads 12-14-2 Current streak:........... UND unbeaten in last 5

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Minnesota State Mavericks

2009-10 Bemidji State Women’s Ice Hockey

SERIES NOTES Series standing:.................MSU leads 20-15-7 Current streak:.....................BSU won last two


BEMIDJI STATE

Women’s Hockey 2009-10 2009-10 OPPONENTS Ohio State Buckeyes St. Cloud State Huskies Home: Nov. 13-14, 2009 // 7:07-2:07 p.m. Away: Jan. 29-30, 2010 // 7:07-2:07 p.m.

QUICK FACTS Location: ...............................St. Cloud, Minn. Founded (Enrollment):..............1869 (16,882) Conference: ........................................ WCHA Affiliation: ...........................NCAA Division I Nickname: .......................................... Huskies School Colors: ...................Cardinal and Black Home Ice / size (capacity): ............................. National Hockey Center ......... 200 x 100 (5,371) President: ....................... Dr. Earl H. Potter III Head Coach Athletic Director: ................. Dr. Morris Kurtz Jeff Giesen St. Cloud State ‘93 Hockey Trainer: ...................... Julie Alexander Phone:............................... (320) 654-5229 Athletic Phone: ...................... (320) 308-3102 Athletic Fax: .......................... (320) 308-2099

Forward Felicia Nelson Sr. / 5-7

ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS Hockey SID: ............................... Celest Stang SID Phone: ...................... (320) 308-2141 SID e-mail: .........crstang@stcloudstate.edu SID Fax: ................................ (320) 308-2099 Hockey Press Row:................. (320) 654-5277 Web site: ............www.stcloudstate.edu~sports Mailing Address: St. Cloud State University HAH 328 720 4th Avenue S. St. Cloud, MN 56301 PROGRAM HISTORY First year of hockey: .........................1998-99 Overall record: ........................... 136-212-30 Years in postseason play: ........................ none WCHA Championships: ........................ none THE HUSKIES 2008-09 overall record: ....................... 15-18-4 2008-09 WCHA record: ........... 11-14-3 (4th) 2008-09 final national ranking: ............... none Lettermen returning: ................................... 17 Lettermen lost: .............................................. 5 Newcomers: ..............................................N/A COACHING STAFF Head Coach ...................................Jeff Giesen Alma Mater: .......................St. Cloud State ‘93 Career Record: .......... 45-51-16 (4 seasons) Record at SCSU:....... 45-51-16 (4 seasons) Career vs BSU:................................ 3-11-2 Hockey Phone: ....................... (320) 308-4806 Best time to reach: ........................contact SID Assistant Coaches: Jennifer Kranz Jason Johnson Brita Schroeder SERIES NOTES Series standing:............... SCSU leads 24-15-6 Current streak:.................. SCSU won last one

Home: Oct. 16-17, 2009 // 7:07-2:07 p.m. Away: Jan. 22-23, 2010 // 6:07-2:07 p.m.

Head Coach Jackie Barto Providence ‘84

QUICK FACTS Location: ...............................Columbus, Ohio Founded (Enrollment):..............1870 (57,748) Conference: ........................................ WCHA Affiliation: ...........................NCAA Division I Nickname: .........................................Buckeyes School Colors: .......................Scarlet and Grey Home Ice /size (capacity): ............................... OSU Ice Rink ..................... 200 x 85 (800) President: .................................E. Gordon Gee Athletic Director: ..................... Eugene Smith Hockey Trainer: .......................................N/A Hockey Trainer Phone:.............................N/A Athletic Phone: ..................... (614) 434-4651 Athletic Fax: .......................... (614) 292 8547 ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Hockey SID: .........................Courtney Marsh SID Phone: ...................... (614) 292-0088 SID e-mail: ...............marsh.2160@osu.edu SID Fax: ........................... (614) 292-8547 Hockey Press Row:................. (614) 688-0658 Web site: ............ www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com Mailing Address: Athletic Communications 410 Woody Hayes Drive Rm 124, St. Johns Arena Columbus, OH 43210 PROGRAM HISTORY First year of hockey: .........................1999-00 Overall record: ........................... 147-185-34 Years in postseason play: .............................. 6 WCHA Championships: ........................ none THE BUCKEYES 2008-09 overall record: ......................... 8-25-3 2008-09 WCHA record: ............. 6-20-2 (7th) 2008-09 final national ranking: ............... none Lettermen returning: ................................... 16 Lettermen lost: .............................................. 5 Newcomers: ................................................... 7 COACHING STAFF Head Coach ................................. Jackie Barto Alma Mater: .......... Providence College ‘84 Career Record: .... 217-238-44 (15 seasons) Record at OSU: .. 147-185-34 (10 seasons) Career vs BSU:.............................. 22-12-6 Hockey Phone: ....................... (614) 292-7073 Best time to reach: .......................contact SID Assistant Coaches: Catherine Hanson Josh Liegl Bill McKenzie SERIES NOTES Series standing:................. OSU leads 22-12-6 Current streak:.....................BSU won last one

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Ohio State

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Women’s Hockey 2009-10 NONCONFERENCE RECORD Augsburg

Jan. 1, 1999 n# L 2 Nov. 22, 1999 a W 2 # East Meets West Tourn. (Minneapolis, Minn.)

Boston College Oct. 12, 2000

Concordia-Moorhead Jan. 7, 2000 Jan. 8, 2000

Cornell

Jan. 1, 2005 Jan. 2, 2005 Dec. 30, 2005 Dec. 31, 2005

Findlay

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Gustavus Adolphus Nov. 7, 1998 Feb. 19, 1999 Feb. 1, 2000

Maine

Oct. 14, 2000 Oct. 15, 2000 Oct. 7, 2006

Mercyhurst

Dec. 1, 2001 Dec. 2, 2001 Oct. 4, 2002 Oct. 5, 2002 Oct. 31, 2003 Nov. 1, 2003 Oct. 9, 2004 Oct. 10, 2004 Nov. 11, 2005 Nov. 12, 2005

New Hampshire Oct. 6, 2006

Niagara

Oct. 27, 2006 Oct. 28, 2006 Nov. 9, 2007 Nov. 10, 2007

Northeastern Oct. 10, 2008 Oct. 11, 2008

Robert Morris

Nov. 16, 2008 Nov. 17, 2008 Jan. 2, 2009 Jan. 3, 3009 @ Grand Rapids, Minn.

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0 2

h W h@ L a W a W

3 0 2 3

1-1-0 8 0

0-1-0 6

2-0-0 0 2

1-2-1 4 2 4 2

ot

6-2-1 2 6 1 2 2 3 1 1 4

Wisconsin-Superior

ot

1-2-0 2 8 0

Wayne State

a a h h

T W W W

3 3 4 3

1 0 3 3 3 2 3 6 1 1 0 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2

ot

ot ot ot

h h a a

L L L L

1 2 1 2

0-4-0 16 8 12 9

a a h h

W W T W

4 7 3 1

0-3-1 3 ot 4 3 ot 0

1-7-2 3 ot 3 1 2 8 3 1 4 2 ot 4

0-1-0 7

1-2-1 1 2 2 2

ot

0-0-2 0 2

ot ot

3-1-0 2 1 0 1

1-4-0

Nov. 24, 2006 Nov. 25, 2006 Dec. 29, 2007 Dec. 30, 2007

W 7 W 4 W 4 W 15 W 5 L 0 W 7 L 3 W 4 W 5 W 5 W 5 W 3 T 2 W 4 W 2 T 1 W 2 W 3 L 1

4 5 3

St. Mary’s (Minn.)

Vermont

Oct. 6, 2000 (ex) Oct. 6, 2001 (ex) Sep. 29, 2006 (ex) Sep. 28, 2007 (ex)

h h a a h h a a h h a a h h a a h h a a

0-3-0

1-2-0

Nov. 20, 1998 a L 1 Nov. 21, 1998 a L 1 Jan. 2, 1999 n# W 2 Jan. 9, 1999 h L 2 Jan. 10, 1999 h L 2 # East Meets West Tourn. (Minneapolis, Minn.)

Dec. 4, 1998 Dec. 5, 1998 Feb. 5, 1999 Feb. 6, 1999

University of Manitoba

St. Benedict

Nov. 11, 1998 a L 1 Dec. 31, 1998 n# L 1 Nov. 6, 1999 h W 5 # East Meets West Tourn. (Minneapolis, Minn.)

Oct. 29, 1999 Oct. 30, 1999 Dec. 3, 1999 Dec. 4, 1999 Oct. 20, 2000 Oct. 21, 2000 Feb. 10, 2001 Feb. 12, 2001 Oct. 19, 2001 Oct. 20, 2001 Jan. 18, 2002 Jan. 19, 2002 Oct. 10, 2003 Oct. 11, 2003 Dec. 3, 2004 Dec. 4, 2004 Oct. 7, 2005 Oct. 8, 2005 Oct. 3, 2008 Oct. 4, 2008

3 6 1

5 7 1 5 6

3-0-1 3 0 1 2

ot

15-3-2

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BEMIDJI STATE Women’s Hockey 2009-10 SEPTEMBER Fri/25 U.S. National Team vs WCHA All-Star Team 7:07 @ Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN (ex) Univ. of Manitoba @ North Dakota (ex) 7:07 Sat/26 Minnesota Whitecaps @ Bemidji State (ex) Wilfrid Laurier @ Ohio State (ex) U.S. National Team @ St. Cloud State (ex) Univ. of Manitoba @ North Dakota (ex)

2:07 6:07 7:07 4:07

OCTOBER Fri/2 Bemidji State @ Mercyhurst (nc) Ohio State @ Boston University (nc) North Dakota @ Wisconsin (WCHA) Niagara @ St. Cloud State (nc) Syracuse @ Minnesota (nc) Robert Morris @ Minnesota Duluth (nc) Minnesota Whitecaps @ Minnesota State (x)

6:07 6:00 7:07 7:07 6:07 6:07 7:37

Sat/3 Bemidji State @ Mercyhust (nc) Ohio State @ Boston University (nc) North Dakota @ Wisconsin (WCHA) Niagara @ St. Cloud State (nc) Robert Morris @ Minnesota Duluth (nc) Syracuse @ Minnesota State (nc)

1:07 2:00 7:07 4:07 3:07 7:07

Sun/4 Syracuse @ Minnesota (nc) Fri/9 Minnesota State @ Maine (nc) Minnesota @ Ohio State (WCHA)

2:07 6:00 6:07

Sat/10 Minnesota State @ Maine (nc) 1:00 Minnesota @ Ohio State (WCHA) 6:07 Wisconsin @ Bemidji State (WCHA) 7:07 @ Hodgins-Berardo Arena, Coleraine, MN St. Cloud State @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) 6:07 North Dakota vs U.S. National Team (x) 7:00 @ Warroad, MN Sun/11 St. Cloud State @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) 3:07 Wisconsin @ Bemidji State (WCHA) 4:07 Fri/16 Ohio State @ Bemidji State (WCHA) Minnesota Duluth @ Minnesota (WCHA)

7:07 7:07

Sat/17 Ohio State @ Bemidji State (WCHA) Minnesota Duluth @ Minnesota (WCHA) Minnesota State @ North Dakota (WCHA)

2:07 4:07 2:07

Sun/18 Minnesota State @ North Dakota (WCHA)

2:07

Fri/23 Bemidji State @ Northeastern (nc) Ohio State @ Wisconsin (WCHA) North Dakota @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Minnesota @ St. Cloud State (WCHA)

6:00 7:07 7:07 2:07

Sat/24 Bemidji State @ Northeastern (nc) Ohio State @ Wisconsin (WCHA) North Dakota @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ Minnesota (WCHA)

2:00 7:07 7:07 4:07

Fri/30 Minnesota Duluth @ Mercyhurst (nc) Minnesota State @ Ohio State (WCHA) Minnesota @ Wisconsin (WCHA) Wayne State @ Bemidji State (nc) North Dakota @ St. Cloud State (WCHA)

6:00 7:07 2:07 7:07 7:07

Sat/31 Minnesota Duluth @ Mercyhust (nc) Minnesota State @ Ohio State (WCHA) Wayne State @ Bemidji State (nc) North Dakota @ St. Cloud State (WCHA)

2:00 6:07 2:07 2:07

NOVEMBER Sun/1 Minnesota @ Wisconsin (WCHA)

2:07

Fri/6 Robert Morris @ Wisconsin (nc) 2:07 Minnesota Duluth @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) 7:07 Bemidji State @ Minnesota State (WCHA) 7:07

22

WCHA COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

Fri/6 Ohio State @ North Dakota (WCHA)

7:07

Sat/7 Robert Morris @ Wisconsin (nc) 2:07 Minnesota Duluth @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) 7:07 Bemidji State @ Minnesota State (WCHA) 3:07 Ohio State @ North Dakota (WCHA) 4:07 Thu/12 Wayne State @ Wisconsin (nc)

7:07

Fri/13 Minnesota Duluth @ Ohio State (WCHA) Wayne State @ Wisconsin (nc) St. Cloud State @ Bemidji State (WCHA) Minnesota @ Minnesota State (WCHA)

6:07 2:07 7:07 7:07

Sat/14 Minnesota Duluth @ Ohio State (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ Bemidji State (WCHA) Minnesota @ Minnesota State (WCHA)

6:07 2:07 3:07

Fri/20 St. Lawrence @ Ohio State (nc) Wisconsin @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Minnesota State @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Bemidji State @ Minnesota (WCHA)

6:07 2:07 7:07 6:07

Sat/21 St. Lawrence @ Ohio State (nc) Wisconsin @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Minnesota State @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Bemidji State @ Minnesota (WCHA) Manitoba Maple Leafs @ North Dakota (x)

1:07 2:07 7:07 4:07 7:07

Fri/27 Minnesota Duluth @ Boston College (nc) St. Cloud State @ Brown Univ. (nc) Wisconsin @ Providence College (nc) Clarkson @ Minnesota (nc) Maine @ North Dakota (nc)

12:00 2:00 6:00 7:07 2:07

Sat/28 Minnesota Duluth @ Boston College (nc) St. Cloud State @ Brown Univ. (nc) Wisconsin @ Providence College (nc) Clarkson @ Minnesota (nc) Maine @ North Dakota (nc)

1:00 12:00 6:00 2:07 2:07

DECEMBER Fri/4 Minnesota @ Harvard (nc) 6:00 Minnesota Duluth @ Wisconsin (WCHA) 2:07 St. Cloud State @ Minnesota State (WCHA) 7:07 Sat/5 Minnesota @ Harvard (nc) 3:00 Minnesota State @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) 7:07 Bemidji State @ North Dakota (WCHA) 7:07 Sun/6 Minnesota Duluth @ Wisconsin (WCHA) North Dakota @ Bemidji State (WCHA)

2:07 7:07

Fri/11 Ohio State @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Wisconsin @ Minnesota State (WCHA)

2:07 7:07

Sat/12 Ohio State @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Bemidji State @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Wisconsin @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Minnesota @ North Dakota (WCHA)

1:07 3:07 3:07 2:07

Sun/13 Bemidji State @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) 3:07 Minnesota @ North Dakota (WCHA) 2:07 JANUARY Fri/1 North Dakota @ Union College (nc)

6:00

Sat/2 North Dakota @ Union College (nc) 3:00 Robert Morris @ Ohio State (nc) 1:07 Mercyhurst vs Minnesota State (nc) 12:07 @ National Hockey Center, St. Cloud, MN Providence @ St. Cloud State (nc) 3:07 @ National Hockey Center, St. Cloud, MN Sun/3 Robert Morris @ Ohio State (nc)

2009-10 Bemidji State Women’s Ice Hockey

1:07

Providence vs Minnesota State (nc) 12:07 @ National Hockey Center, St. Cloud, MN Mercyhurst @ St. Cloud State (nc) 3:07 @ National Hockey Center, St. Cloud, MN Tue/5 U.S. National Team @ Wisconsin (x) (tentative)

7:07

Fri/8 Minnesota State @ Bemidji State (WCHA) Ohio State @ Minnesota (WCHA) Wisconsin @ North Dakota (WCHA) @ Urban Plains Center, Fargo, ND

7:07 6:07 7:37

Sat/9 Minnesota State @ Bemidji State (WCHA) Ohio State @ Minnesota (WCHA) Wisconsin @ North Dakota (WCHA) @ Urban Plains Center, Fargo, ND

3:07 4:07 7:37

Tue/12 U.S. Women’s National Team @ Minnesota (ex) 7:07 Fri/15 Minnesota @ Bemidji State (WCHA) 6:07 Ohio State @ Minnesota State (WCHA) 7:07 St. Cloud State @ North Dakota (WCHA) 7:07 Sat/16 Minnesota @ Bemidji State (WCHA) Wisconsin @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Ohio State @ Minnesota State (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ North Dakota (WCHA)

4:07 7:07 3:07 4:07

Sun/17 Wisconsin @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA)

4:07

Fri/22 Bemidji State @ Ohio State (WCHA) 6:07 St. Cloud State @ Wisconsin (WCHA) 2:07 North Dakota @ Minnesota (WCHA) 7:07 Minnesota Duluth @ Minnesota State (WCHA) 7:07 Sat/23 Bemidji State @ Ohio State (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ Wisconsin (WCHA) North Dakota @ Minnesota (WCHA) Minnesota Duluth @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Fri/29 Wisconsin @ Ohio State (WCHA) Minnesota State @ Minnesota (WCHA) Bemidji State @ St. Cloud State (WCHA)

1:07 2:07 4:07 3:07 6:07 7:07 7:07

Sat/30 Wisconsin @ Ohio State (WCHA) Minnesota State @ Minnesota (WCHA) Bemidji State @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Minnesota Duluth @ North Dakota (WCHA)

2:07 4:07 2:07 2:07

Sun/31 Minnesota Duluth @ North Dakota (WCHA) 2:07 FEBRUARY Fri/5 North Dakota @ Ohio State (WCHA) 6:07 Minnesota @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) 7:07 Minnesota State @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) 2:07 Sat/6 North Dakota @ Ohio State (WCHA) Bemidji State @ Wisconsin (WCHA) @ Camp Randall Hockey Classic (Hall of Fame Game) Minnesota @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA)

3:07 TBA 7:07

Sun/7 Bemidji State @ Wisconsin (WCHA) 2:07 St. Cloud State @ Minnesota State (WCHA) 3:07 Fri/12 Minnesota State @ Wisconsin (WCHA) Ohio State @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ Minnesota (WCHA) North Dakota @ Bemidji State (WCHA)

2:07 7:07 7:07 7:07

Sat/13 Minnesota State @ Wisconsin (WCHA) Ohio State @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Bemidji State @ North Dakota (WCHA) Minnesota @ St. Cloud State (WCHA)

2:07 6:07 7:07 2:07

Fri/19 St. Cloud State @ Ohio State (WCHA) 6:07 Minnesota Duluth @ Bemidji State (WCHA) 2:07 Wisconsin @ Minnesota (WCHA) 6:07

North Dakota @ Minnesota State (WCHA)

7:07

Sat/20 St. Cloud State @ Ohio State (WCHA) Minnesota Duluth @ Bemidji State (WCHA) Wisconsin @ Minnesota (WCHA) North Dakota @ Minnesota State (WCHA) *End of Regular Season

1:07 2:07 4:07 3:07

Fri/26 WCHA Playoffs - 1st Round - Best-of-3 #8 @ #1, #7 @ #2, #6 @ #3, #5 @ #4

TBA

Sat/27 WCHA Playoffs - 1st Round - Best-of-3 #8 @ #1, #7 @ #2, #6 @ #3, #5 @ #4

TBA

Sun/28 WCHA Playoffs - 1st Round - Best-of-3 #8 @ #1, #7 @ #2, #6 @ #3, #5 @ #4 (if necessary)

TBA

MARCH Sat/6 2010 WCHA Final Face-Off @ Ridder Arena, Minneapolis, Minn. Semi-Final Semi-Final

1:07 4:07

Sun/7 2009 WCHA Final Face-Off @ Ridder Arena, Minneapolis, Minn. Championship Game

1:07

Fri/12 NCAA Women’s Regionals

TBA

Sat/13 NCAA Women’s Regionals

TBA

Sun/14 NCAA Women’s Regionals

TBA

Fri/19 2009 NCAA Women’s Frozen Four @ Ridder Arena, Minneapolis, Minn. Semi-Finals #1 Semi-Finals #2

TBA TBA

Sunday/21 2009 NCAA Women’s Frozen Four @ Ridder Arena, Minneapolis, Minn. Championship Game

TBA


BEMIDJI STATE

Women’s Hockey 2009-10 2008-09 RESULTS Date

Sep. 26, 2008

Sep. 27, 2008

Oct. 3, 2008

Oct. 4, 2008

Oct. 10, 2008

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

* * *

*

*

* *

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

#

#

Oct. 11, 2008

Oct. 17, 2008

Oct. 18, 2008

Oct. 24, 2008

Oct. 25, 2008

Oct. 31, 2008

Nov. 1, 2008

Opponent

MANITOBA (exh.)

TEAM USA (exh.)

at #10 Wayne State

at #10 Wayne State

NORTHEASTERN

NORTHEASTERN

#1 WISCONSIN

#1 WISCONSIN

at Ohio State

at Ohio State

at Minnesota State

at Minnesota State

Nov. 14, 2008 #2 MINNESOTA

Nov. 15, 2008 #2 MINNESOTA

Nov. 21, 2008 at St. Cloud State

Nov. 22, 2008 at St. Cloud State

Dec. 5, 2008

Dec. 6, 2008

at #4 Minnesota Duluth

at #4 Minnesota Duluth

Dec. 12, 2008 NORTH DAKOTA

Dec. 13, 2008 NORTH DAKOTA

W/L T L

W L

T

T L

L

L

L

L

L

L

L

L

L

L

L

L

Jan. 23, 2009

Jan. 24, 2009 Jan. 30, 2009

Jan. 31, 2009

Feb. 6, 2009

Feb. 7, 2009

Feb. 13, 2009

Feb. 14, 2009

Feb. 20, 2009

Feb. 21, 2009

Feb. 27, 2009

Feb. 28, 2009

at #1 Minnesota

at #1 Minnesota

OHIO STATE

ST. CLOUD STATE

at #2 Wisconsin

at #2 Wisconsin

at #1 Minnesota

at #1 Minnesota

2-5

1-4

1-2

TEAM RECORD Conference:

W-L-T-SW 6-25-5

0-0-0

2:10

178

McElhinney, Alana

40/28

42/26

20/51

16/48

24/24

27/31

22/34

26/38

16/49

27/53

20/33

30/36

14/51

22/51

19/48

1-1-1

1-1-2

1-2-2

1-3-2

1-4-2

1-5-2

1-6-2

1-7-2

1-8-2

1-9-2

1-10-2

1-11-2

1-12-2

1-13-2

1-14-2

0-0-0

0-0-0

0-1-0

0-2-0

0-3-0

0-4-0

0-5-0

0-6-0

0-7-0

0-8-0

0-9-0

0-10-0

0-11-0

0-12-0

0-13-0

2:06

2:16

2:15

1:59

1:56

1:58

2:02

2:03

2:02

1:55

1:56

1:52

1:59

2:10

2:00

2:01

112

178

140

232

212

315

530

312

213

561

324

214

257

729

803

120

Tomcikova, Zuzana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

McElhinney, Alana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

McElhinney, Alana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

McElhinney, Alana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

23/23

3-15-2

0-14-0

1:50

128

McElhinney, Alana

W L

L

2-0

2-1 4-1

1-5

L

L

L

L

5-15-2

5-16-2

33/30

6-17-3

3-6

L

17/49

4-15-2

3-1

L

L

33/28

5-17-2

3-3 SO L

T

26/37

2-15-2

22/43

T

L

41/18

1-11

0-0 SO W 2-3

0-9

3-3 SO W 1-3

0-3

2-5

4-1

5-1

* Western Collegiate Hockey Association regular-season contest # Western Collegiate Hockey Association tournament contest

Overall:

1-1-0

3-1

T

#3 MINN. DULUTH

0-2

0-2

28/31

0-0-0

Goalie of Record

McElhinney, Alana

W

at North Dakota

ST. CLOUD STATE

0-3

0-7

Tomcikova, Zuzana

74

Tomcikova, Zuzana

W

#3 MINN. DULUTH

3-4

379

1-0-0

Attend

140

OHIO STATE

at North Dakota

1-2

2-3

1:58

2:20

2:03

W

Jan. 16, 2009

0-9

0-3

0-0-0

0-0-0

0-14-0

MINNESOTA STATE

Jan. 17, 2009

0-4

0-0-0

25/32

Conference Time

1-15-2

Jan. 9, 2009

MINNESOTA STATE

0-0 OT

2-2 OT

8/53

0-0-0

27/46

W

Jan. 10, 2009

3-2

1-2 OT

Overall

3-4 OT

at Robert Morris

at Robert Morris

0-7

Shots

30/37

L

Jan. 2, 2009

Jan. 3, 2009

Score

1-1 OT

23/47

25/20

20/24

28/44

24/44

41/27

29/32

10/38

16/54

17/42

23/34

0-14-0

1-14-0 2-14-0

2-15-0

2-16-0

1:52

1:59 1:56

1:59

212

6-18-3

3-17-1

1:59

6-20-4

6-20-5

6-21-5

6-22-5

6-23-5

6-24-5

6-25-5

3-17-2-1

3-18-2-1

3-19-2-1

3-19-3-2

3-20-3-2

3-21-3-2

3-22-3-2

3-22-3-2

3-22-3-2

1039

2:11

2:18

6-18-4

172

1352

2-16-1

6-19-4

142

2:01

5-17-3

3-16-1

285

2:02

2:00

2:05

2:11

2:02

1:50

Tomcikova, Zuzana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

829

Tomcikova, Zuzana

638

112

124

208

222

1242

2282

2:01

808

ATTEND

Tomcikova, Zuzana

149

1:52

2:00

Tomcikova, Zuzana

724

Tomcikova, Zuzana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

Tomcikova, Zuzana

Dates

Total

Average

Total:

36

12,418

345

3-22-3-2

Home:

15

3,036

202

Home:

4-12-2

Away:

18

11,458

637

Away:

3-14-1

Neutral:

3

1,744

581

Neutral:

0-3-0

Overtime:

0-2-5

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BEMIDJI STATE Women’s Hockey 2009-10 2008-09 FINAL STATS

Overall: 6-25-5 Conf: 3-22-3-2 Home: 3-8-4 Away: 3-14-1 Neut: 0-3-0

Overall GP G

## Name

13 8 9 25 6 15 11 27 24 5 19 12 2 7 10 29 22 20 14 16 tm

Erin Cody Erin Johnson Annie Bauerfeld Montana Vichorek Kaylee Keys Marlee Wheelhouse Erin Babineau Franny Dorr Ashley Leopold Nicole Rawlings Brooke Collins Lexy Parenteau Jackie Robertson Carissa Ketcher Emily Erickson Kimberly Lieder Lauren Williams Brittany DeBoer Monica Rawlings Eva Schwaerzler Bemidji State Total Opponents

Goaltending ## Name

88 Zuzane Tomcikova 31 Alana McElhinney TM EMPTY NET Total Opponents

Overall GP MIN 31 7 14 36 36

SHOTS ON GOAL Shots

Overall

18 39

GOALS BY PERIOD Bemidji State Opponents

24

1805:08 370:45 14:09 2190:02 2190:02

GA 93 31 0 125 51

0 0 1 1 1

14 36

PIM

-10 16-35 -12 16-32 -22 8-16 -28 18-36 -21 16-32 -20 20-40 -18 6-12 -17 19-38 -16 14-28 -13 7-14 -19 25-50 -14 9-18 -18 31-62 -2 4-8 0 1-2 -7 4-8 -14 13-37 -2 1-2 -2 0-0 -4 1-2 0 5-10 -259 234-482 +257 208-427

3.09 5.02 0.00 3.42 1.40

1025 194 0 1219 845

.917 .862 .000 .907 .943

WCHA Games Only PP SH GW GP G A Pts Sh 5 5 1 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 39

2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4

2 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 25

5 1 0 6 25

22 3 0 25 6

4 26 1 4 0 12 5 28 5 28

1500:16 184:33 12:43 1697:32 1697:32

Pct

.057 .093

Chances

Pct

WCHA Games Only POWER PLAYS Goals

2

18 52

3

19 35

OT

Bemidji State Opponents

0 2

2009-10 Bemidji State Women’s Ice Hockey

Bemidji State Opponents

Total 51 125

PP SH GW 4 4 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 36

WCHA Games Only W L T GP MIN GA EN Avg Saves Pct

24.89 37.33

.095 .181

+/- PIM

28 11 11 22 107 -9 12-27 28 7 9 16 63 -10 10-20 28 8 9 17 93 -19 6-12 28 3 9 12 61 -24 15-30 28 3 3 6 53 -22 11-22 28 1 3 4 28 -18 17-34 28 1 3 4 36 -15 4-8 28 2 4 6 41 -12 16-32 28 0 4 4 19 -12 13-26 28 2 0 2 34 -12 5-10 28 0 1 1 22 -19 20-40 28 0 2 2 39 -13 5-10 28 0 3 3 18 -17 24-48 16 0 0 0 9 -4 4-8 1 0 0 0 1 -2 0-0 27 0 2 2 14 -6 3-6 27 0 1 1 11 -10 10-20 27 0 0 0 0 -2 1-2 28 0 0 0 4 -1 0-0 6 0 0 0 4 -3 1-2 12 0 0 0 0 0 3-6 28 38 64 102 657 -230 180-363 28 109 180 289 1110 +229 159-329

WCHA Games Only SHOTS ON GOAL Shots

190 216

1

+/-

EN Avg Saves Pct

Avg/G

896 1344

Overall POWER PLAYS Goals

Bemidji State Opponents

Sh

36 12 16 28 148 36 10 11 21 95 36 8 13 21 118 36 3 10 13 78 36 4 5 9 65 36 3 5 8 38 36 3 3 6 48 36 2 4 6 54 36 0 6 6 24 36 2 2 4 48 36 1 3 4 30 36 1 3 4 47 36 1 3 4 28 21 1 1 2 11 5 0 2 2 15 33 0 2 2 16 35 0 1 1 14 32 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 35 10 0 0 0 14 14 0 0 0 0 36 51 90 141 896 36 125 205 330 1344

Overall

Bemidji State Opponents

A Pts

657 1110

12 36

WCHA Games Only GOALS BY PERIOD Bemidji State Opponents

82 26 0 109 38

0 0 1 1 1

3.28 8.45 0.00 3.85 1.34

882 119 0 1001 619

Avg/G 23.46 39.64

.058 .098

Chances

Pct

12 33

2

14 45

1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 22

W L T

3 0 0 3 22

20 2 0 22 3

3 0 0 3 3

Pct

143 164

1

.915 .821 .000 .902 .942

2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2

.084 .220

3

12 30

OT 0 1

Total 38 109


BEMIDJI STATE

6 - Kaylee Keys

7 - Carissa Ketcher

8 - Erin Johnson

9 - Annie Bauerfeld

10 - Emily Erickson

11 - Erin Babineau

12 - Lexy Parenteau

13 - Erin Cody

14 - Monica Rawlings

15 - Marlee Wheelhouse

Date Sept. 26 Sept. 27 Oct. 3 Oct. 4 Oct. 10 Oct. 11 Oct. 17 Oct. 18 Oct. 24 Oct. 25 Oct. 31 Nov. 1 Nov. 14 Nov. 15 Nov. 21 Nov. 22 Dec. 5 Dec. 6 Dec. 12 Dec. 13 Jan. 2 Jan. 3 Jan. 9 Jan. 10 Jan. 16 Jan. 17 Jan. 23 Jan. 24 Jan. 30 Jan. 31 Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 27

5 - Nicole Rawlings

Opponent Manitoba (Exh.) Team USA (Exh.) at #10 Wayne State at #10 Wayne State Northeastern Northeastern #1 Wisconsin #1 Wisconsin at Ohio State at Ohio State at Minnesota State at Minnesota State #2 Minnesota #2 Minnesota at St. Cloud State at St Cloud State at #4 Minnesota Duluth at #4 Minnesota Duluth North Dakota North Dakota at Robert Morris at Robert Morris Minnesota State Minnesota State at #1 Minnesota at #1 Minnesota Ohio State Ohio State at North Dakota at North Dakota #3 Minnesota Duluth #3 Minnesota Duluth St. Cloud State St. Cloud State at #2 Wisconsin at #2 Wisconsin at #1 Minnesota

2 - Jackie Robertson

Women’s Hockey 2009-10 GAME-BY-GAME STATS G-A-P 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

G-A-P 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

G-A-P 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

G-A-P 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

G-A-P 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-1-2 1-0-1 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

G-A-P 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 1-1-2 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-2-2 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-1-1

G-A-P 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

G-A-P 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0

G-A-P 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

G-A-P 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 2-0-2 2-1-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-1-1 2-1-3 1-0-1 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1

G-A-P 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

G-A-P 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1

Bemidji State’s 2008-09 Record When... BSU plays at Home.....................................................................3-8-4 Away ....................................................................3-14-1 Neutral Site............................................................0-3-0 Intermissions BSU leads after first period ....................................4-1-2 BSU trails after first period..................................0-16-1 Tied after first period.............................................2-6-2 BSU leads after second period ...............................6-0-1 BSU trails after second period .............................0-22-2 Tied after second period ........................................0-1-2 Games decided... In overtime ............................................................0-2-5 By one goal ............................................................2-9-0 By two goals...........................................................0-3-0 By three or more goals .........................................2-17-0 Shots on Goal BSU leads ..............................................................3-1-3 BSU trails ............................................................2-21-2 Shots even ..............................................................1-1-0

Shots on Goal BSU < 19 ...............................................................0-7-0 BSU 20-29...........................................................3-15-2 BSU 30-39.............................................................2-1-0 BSU 40+ ................................................................1-0-3 Opponent < 19.......................................................1-0-0 Opponent 20-29 ....................................................2-2-4 Opponent 30-39 ....................................................3-8-0 Opponent 40+......................................................0-13-1

BSU scores one goal .....................................................2-7-0 BSU scores two goals....................................................3-2-0 BSU scores three goals................................................1-14-0 BSU scores four goals ...................................................2-0-0 BSU scores five or more goals.......................................0-0-0 Opponent scores one goal.............................................1-7-0 Opponent scores two goals ...........................................2-1-2 Opponent scores three goals .........................................0-6-0 Opponent scores four goals ..........................................0-4-0 Opponent scores five or more goals ............................0-11-0 Shutouts .....................................................................0-14-1

Penalties BSU leads ............................................................4-12-4 BSU trails ..............................................................2-6-1 Penalties even.........................................................0-5-0 Goals BSU scores a power-play goal ................................4-7-1 Short-Handed .......................................................0-4-0 Unassisted .....................................................................6 BSU plays in... October ..................................................................1-6-2 November ..............................................................0-5-0 December ..............................................................0-4-0 January ...................................................................5-3-2 February .................................................................0-5-1 March ....................................................................0-0-0 Record against... CHA......................................................................3-1-0 WCHA................................................................1-25-2 Hockey East ..........................................................0-0-2

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BEMIDJI STATE Women’s Hockey 2009-10 19/Brooke Collins

20/Brittany DeBoer

22/Lauren Williams

24/Ashley Leopold

25/Montana Vichorek

27/Franny Dorr

29/Kimberly Leider

30Alana McElhinney

35/Eri Kiribuchi

88/ Zuzana Tomcikova

Date Sept. 26 Sept. 27 Oct. 3 Oct. 4 Oct. 10 Oct. 11 Oct. 17 Oct. 18 Oct. 24 Oct. 25 Oct. 31 Nov. 1 Nov. 14 Nov. 15 Nov. 21 Nov. 22 Dec. 5 Dec. 6 Dec. 12 Dec. 13 Jan. 2 Jan. 3 Jan. 9 Jan. 10 Jan. 16 Jan. 17 Jan. 23 Jan. 24 Jan. 30 Jan. 31 Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 27

16/Eva Schwaerzler

Opponent Manitoba (Exh.) Team USA (Exh.) at #10 Wayne State at #10 Wayne State Northeastern Northeastern #1 Wisconsin #1 Wisconsin at Ohio State at Ohio State at Minnesota State at Minnesota State #2 Minnesota #2 Minnesota at St. Cloud State at St. Cloud State at #4 Minnesota Duluth at #4 Minnesota Duluth North Dakota North Dakota at Robert Morris at Robert Morris Minnesota State Minnesota State at #1 Minnesota at #1 Minnesota Ohio State Ohio State at North Dakota at North Dakota #3 Minnesota Duluth #3 Minnesota Duluth St. Cloud State St. Cloud State at #2 Wisconsin at #2 Wisconsin at #1 Minnesota

GAME-BY-GAME STATS

G-A-P 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

G-A-P 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

G-A-P 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

G-A-P 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

G-A-P 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0

G-A-P 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

G-A-P 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0

G-A-P 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

GA-Sv 1-14 4-27 DNP 2-29 DNP 2-24 DNP 9-39 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 7-46 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-22 DNP DNP DNP 5-15 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 5-19 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

GA-Sv 0-10 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

GA-Sv 0-5 3-19 2-30 DNP 0-28 DNP 4-47 DNP 4-47 3-21 3-31 4-34 3-46 DNP 2-31 2-34 5-46 4-47 2-46 4-42 0-18 DNP 1-36 1-27 5-44 6-17 3-44 1-29 5-14 0-24 3-41 4-16 3-24 4-28 3-35 5-49 4-38

The Last Time...

Series Sweep at Home BSU: vs. Minnesota State (2-1, 4-1) Jan. 9-10, 2009 Opp: vs Minnesota Duluth (2-3, 0-9) Feb. 6-7, 2009

Hat Trick, Individual BSU: Carly Napier at Minnesota State Feb. 11, 2005 Opp: Monique & Jocelyne Lamoureux vs. Minnesota Jan. 17, 2009

Overtime Goal Scored, Individual BSU: Jessica Pullar vs. North Dakota Feb. 3, 2006 Opp: Melissa Jaques vs. North Dakota Dec. 13, 2008

Series Sweep on the Road BSU: at Robert Morris (2-0, 3-1) Jan. 2-3, 2009 Opp: at Minnesota (1-4, 1-5) Feb. 27-28, 2009

Four Goals Scored, Individual BSU: Kerri McEwen vs. Wayne State Dec. 4, 1999 Opp: Jessica Koizumi vs. Minnesota Duluth Feb. 14, 2004

Two Power-Play Goals Scored, Individual BSU: Annie Bauerfeld at Minnesota State Feb. 9, 2008 Opp: Laura Fridfinnson vs. Minnesota Duluth Feb. 7, 2009

10 Goals Scored, Team BSU: vs. Wayne State (15) Dec. 4, 1999 Opp: at Minnesota (11) Jan. 17, 2009

Five Goals Scored, Individual BSU: never Opp: Nadine Muzerell at Minnesota Jan. 22, 2000

Scored on Empty Net BSU: Kaylee Keys vs. Minnesota State Jan. 10, 2009 Opp: Randy Motsko vs. North Dakota Jan. 30, 2009

Five Power Play Goals Scored, Team BSU: never Opp: vs. Wisconsin (6) Nov. 18, 2000

Four Assists, Individual BSU: Alicia Kinsman, Lill Raynard vs. Wayne State Dec. 4, 1999 Opp: Saara Tuominen and Heidi Pelttari vs. Minnesota Duluth Feb. 7, 2009

Won When Trailing After Two Periods BSU: at Wayne State Jan. 19, 2002 Opp: at Cornell Dec. 31, 2005

40 Shots on Goal, Team BSU: vs. St. Cloud State (41) Feb. 13, 2009 Opp: at Minnesota (42) Feb. 27, 2009

Five Assists, Individual BSU: never Opp: Jenny Potter vs. Minnesota Duluth Feb. 14, 2004

Overtime Win BSU: vs. North Dakota Feb. 3, 2006 Opp: at North Dakota Dec. 13, 2008

50 Shots on Goal, Team BSU: vs Cornell (50) Jan. 2, 2005 Opp: at Wisconsin (54) Feb. 21, 2009

Five Point, Individual BSU: Lill Raynard vs. Wayne State Dec. 4, 1999 Opp: Saare Tuominen vs. Minnesota Duluth Feb. 7, 2009 Six or More Points, Individual BSU: Amber Fryklund (6) vs. Wayne State Feb. 10, 2001 Opp: Monique and Jocelyne Lamoureux vs. Minnesota Jan. 17, 2009

Shoot Out Win BSU: vs. St. Cloud State Feb. 13, 2009 (4-3, six rounds)

45+ Saves by Goaltender BSU: Zuzane Tomcikova at Wisconsin (49) Feb. 21, 2009 Opp: Beth Baronick, Cornell (48) Jan. 2, 2005 50+ Saves by Goaltender BSU: Emily Brookshaw vs. Wisconsin (50) Nov. 24, 2007 Opp: never

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Shorthanded Goal Scored, Individual BSU: Erin Johnson vs. Ohio State Jan. 23, 2009 Opp: Monique Lamoureux at Minnesota Feb. 28, 2009

2009-10 Bemidji State Women’s Ice Hockey

Shoot Out Loss BSU: vs. Ohio State Jan. 23, 2009 (0-1, three rounds)


BEMIDJI STATE

Women’s Hockey 2009-10 2008-09 GAME RECAPS Exhibition 1: Manitoba

Sept. 26, 2008 / John Glas Fieldhouse (74) / Bemidji, Minn. 0-0-0 / 0-0-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F UM 0 0 1 0 1 BSU 0 0 1 0 1 BSU skated to a 1-1 tie with the University of Manitoba at John Glas Fieldhouse, and that allowed the member of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association to debut one of the new features of the 2008-09 season, the shootout. Both teams were whistled for two penalties in the first period, and BSU outshot Manitoba 10-5. The Beavers outshot UM in every period, and they were finally able to notch a marker after the two teams skated to a 0-0 tie after the second period. A Bison player went into the penalty box 3:41 into the third, and BSU took advantage. A little more than a minute later, Erin Cody rifled a shot on the left side of the net past the UM netminder, giving her a power-play goal with assists from Brooke Collins and Montana Vichorek. After BSU took the lead late in the game, the Beavers made a crucial error 7:53 into the third that allowed Manitoba to score the game-tying goal. Erin Johnson was whistled for checking from behind, which comes with a five-minute major penalty and a 10-minute game misconduct penalty. The Bison took the five minute man-advantage and Addie Miles scored the tying goal. The two teams skated to a tie the rest of the period after the Beavers killed off the final four minutes of the major penalty. Both teams got quality looks at a game-winner in overtime, but neither were able to find the back of the net. In the first shootout of the season, Marlee Wheelhouse was the first Beaver to attempt a shot. She missed, but Vichorek didn’t, giving BSU the only goal it needed to post the shootout win. BSU goaltender Alana McElhinney stopped all three UM shots, and that ended a thrilling open to the hockey season. BSU goaltender Zuzana Tomcikova got the start and played the first period, saving five shots and not allowing a goal. Eri Kiribuchi saved 10 shots in her 20 minutes of action. McElhinney played the final 25 minutes, saving 14 shots and shutting out the Bison in the shootout. Bemidji State outshot Manitoba 37-30, and both teams were 1-for-4 on the power play. FIRST PERIOD No scoring SECOND PERIOD No scoring

FIRST PERIOD 1:42 USA 4:12 USA 18:01 USA

1-0 6x6 2-0 6x6 3-0 6x6

SECOND PERIOD 11:38 USA 4-0 6x6 18:25 USA 5-0 6x6

.Natalie Darwitz (1) (Chu, McKenzie) Erica McKenzie (1) (Ruggiero, Cahow) Jessica Koizumi (1) (Ruggiero, Cahow) Jenny Potter (1) (Koizumi, Engstrom) Lisa Chesson (1) (Koizumi, Weiland)

THIRD PERIOD 2:22 USA 6-0 6x5 PP Caitlin Cahow (1) (Engstrom, Darwitz) 16:37 USA 7-0 6x6 Jessica Koizumi (2) (Chesson, Engstrom) • game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 USA 12 19 22 BSU 1 5 2 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG USA 5 10 0 BSU 5 10 0 GOALTENDING USA Chanda Gunn (W) EMPTY NET BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (L) Alana McElhinney

OT -

F 53 8

PPG/PP 1/6 0/4

Pct. .166 .000

1-2-3-OT Tot Min 1-5-2 8 60:00 0-0-0 0 00:09 1-2-3-OT Tot Min 9-10-0 19 59:08 0-7-20 27 29:02

Oct. 3, 2008 / City Sports Arena (112) / Detroit, Mich. 1-0-0 / 0-0-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT BSU 1 0 2 WSU 0 0 2 -

2 10 11

3 11 13

PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG UM 4 8 0 BSU 5 21 0 GOALTENDING UM Stacey Corfield (T) BSU Alana McElhinney (T) Eri Kiribuchi Zuzana Tomcikova EMPTY NET

OT 4 3

F 30 37

PPG/PP 1/4 1/5

Pct. .250 .200

1-2-3-OT 10-11-12-3 1-2-3-OT 0-0-10-4 0-10-0-0 5-0-0-0 0-0-0-0

Tot 36 Tot 14 10 5 0

Min GA 65:00 1 Min GA 25:00 1 20:00 0 19:47 0 00:13 0

Exhibition 2: Team USA

Sept. 27, 2008/ John Glas Fieldhouse (379) / Bemidji, Minn. 0-0-0 / 0-0-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F USA 3 2 2 7 BSU 0 0 0 0 The American national team came into John Glas Fieldhouse and proved why it has a great chance to win gold in the 2010 Olympics, defeating BSU 7-0. The Beavers skated with the best players in the country and gave their best effort in falling to those classy players donning the red, white and blue. Team USA dressed six forwards, and all but one notched a point in the contest. The national team was led by Natalie Darwitz, who scored the opening goal just 1:42 into the contest. Erica McKenzie and Jessica Koizumi also notched first-period goals, and Team USA skated into the first intermission with a 3-0 lead. Bemidji State held Team USA to just 12 shots in the opening frame, but was only able to manage one. Jenny Potter scored 11:38 into the second period, and Lisa Chesson got on the board with a marker at the 18:25 mark. Caitlin

FIRST PERIOD 01:29 BSU 1-0 6x6

Erin Johnson (1) (Keys, Erickson)

SECOND PERIOD No scoring THIRD PERIOD 7:10 WSU 1-1 6x6 14:02 BSU 2-1 6x6 15:35 WSU 2-2 6x5 PP 17:13 BSU 3-2 6x6

Melissa Boal (1) (Poyton) Brooke Collins (1) (Cody, Bauerfeld) Tina Vanderhoeven (1) (Protopap, Burnett) .Kaylee Keys (1) (Erickson, Johnson)

• game-winning goal

GA 0 0 GA 3 4

Game 1: at #10 Wayne State

THIRD PERIOD 4:45 BSU 1-0 6x5 PP Erin Cody (1) (Collins, Vichorek) 8:37 UM 1-1 6x5 PP Addie Miles (1) (Minshull, Stebles) •game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 UM 5 BSU 10

Cahow lit the lamp for the lone power-play goal for Team USA in the second minute of the third period, and Koizumi scored her second goal of the game with less than four minutes remaining to wrap up the scoring. Bemidji State was outshot 53-8, but held Team USA to just 1-for-6 on the power play. The Beavers went 0-for-4 on the man-advantage, but did manage four shots on their power play opportunities. Zuzana Tomcikova got the start between the pipes for BSU. She played 30:58, saving 19 shots and allowing three goals. Alana McElhinney came on in relief duty, playing the final 29:02. She saved 27 shots and allowed four goals.

F 3 2

Three BSU players scored goals, and the Beavers defeated Wayne State (Mich.) University 3-2 at City Sports Arena. Erin Johnson put Bemidji State on the board early with a goal just 1:29 into the game. She was assisted by freshman linemates Kaylee Keys and Emily Erickson. This line would do some damage later in the game, also. After outshooting WSU 10-8 in the first frame, the Beavers skated into the locker room with a 1-0 advantage. Bemidji State again won the shot battle in the second period, 9-7, but neither team was able to notch a goal. BSU gave the Warriors four powerplay chances, but the staunch Beaver defense stifled any and all opportunities that Wayne State had. Last season Bemidji State was 4-0 when leading after two periods, and that would get tested early and often in a frantically played third period. First Wayne State tied the game when Melissa Boal scored at the 7:10 mark of the final frame off an assist by Sam Poyton. After killing off a Johnson penalty, captain Brooke Collins deflected a shot off a Warrior player from behind their net into the goal, giving BSU a 2-1 advantage at the 14:02 mark. Erin Cody and Annie Bauerfeld were credited with assists on the play. Despite the 2-1 lead, the game wasn’t over as Cody was whistled for high sticking just more than a minute after the goal. The Warriors finally capitalized on their power play, scoring 13 seconds into the man-advantage. Tina Vanderhoeven scored the power-play marker off assists by Katrina Protopapas and Chelsea Burnett. It took less than two minutes for Bemidji State to answer in what would be the game-winning goal. Keys received a pass from Erickson directly in front of the net and backhanded a shot into the goal to light the lamp at the 17:13 mark of the third. Johnson was also credited with an assist on the goal. The game was well in-hand for the road squad, until Collins was whistled for checking with 1:31 left. Now BSU had to skate a man down for the remainder of the game. WSU pulled its goaltender and the Beavers had to skate 4-on-6 for the final 50 seconds, but did so admirably in winning the first game of the season for both teams. BSU scored three goals in the first game of the year, something it did only five times all last season. In the end, WSU outshot BSU 32-25. Zuzana Tomcikova earned her firstcollegiate win in net for Bemidji State. She saved 30 shots for the Beavers and allowed just two goals while playing all 60 minutes.

SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 BSU 10 9 6 WSU 8 7 17 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG BSU 9 18 0 WSU 3 6 0 GOALTENDING BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (W, 1-0-0) WSU Delane Brian (L, 0-0-1) EMPTY NET

OT -

F 25 32

PPG/PP 0/3 1/9

Pct. .000 .111

1-2-3-OT 8-7-15 1-2-3-OT 9-9-4 0-0-0

Tot Min GA 30 64:51 2 Tot Min GA 22 59:10 3 0 00:50 0

Game 2: at #10 Wayne State

Oct. 4, 2008 / City Sports Arena (178) / Detroit, Mich. 1-1-0 / 0-0-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT BSU 0 1 0 0 WSU 0 1 0 1

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Erin Babineau scored her first-collegiate goal, but BSU was unable to hold on to the lead, falling 2-1 in overtime to Wayne State. The Beavers took the lead when Babineau scored a powerplay marker 1:41 into the second period. Marlee Wheelhouse and Annie Bauerfeld assisted on the goal. Unfortunately for the Beavers, they were unable to hold onto the lead. Melissa Boal scored a game-tying goal at the 9:29 mark of the second period, and the two teams skated out the third period with a 1-1 tie. It took just 2:30 into the extra session, but Boal was again able to score a goal, this one being the game-winner for the home team. Wayne State outshot BSU 31-28. Bemidji State went 1-for-9 on the power play and WSU was 0-for-8 with a man advantage. Goaltender Alana McElhinney notched her first-career start, and took the loss despite saving 29 shots. She played 62:30 in net for the Beavers. The last time Bemidji State lost in overtime was to Ohio State on March 6, 2003. Bemidji State defeated Wayne State in Friday’s game, snapping the longest losing streak in school history, which stood at 13 games dating back to last year. FIRST PERIOD No Scoring SECOND PERIOD 1:41 BSU 1-0 6x5 PP Erin Babineau (1) (Wheelhouse, Bauerfeld) 9:29 WSU 1-1 5x6 SH Meliss Boal (2) (Fisher, DiPiertro) THIRD PERIOD No scoring Overtime 2:30 WSU 1-2 6x6

.Melissa Boal (3) (Payne, Poyton)

• game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 BSU 8 10 8 WS 11 9 9 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG BSU 8 16 0 WS 9 18 1 GOALTENDING BSU Alana McElhinney (L 0-1-0) WS Lindsey Park (W 1-0-0) Brittany Zeches

OT 2 2

F 28 31

PPG/PP 1/9 0/8

Pct. .111 .000

1-2-3-OT 11-8-9-1 1-2-3-OT 8-9-8-2 0-0-0-0

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Tot Min GA 29 62:30 2 Tot Min GA 27 62:04 1 0 00:26 0

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BEMIDJI STATE Women’s Hockey 2009-10 2008-09 GAME RECAPS

Game 3: Northeastern

Oct. 10, 2008 / John Glas Fieldhouse (178) / Bemidji, Minn. 1-1-0 / 0-0-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F NU 0 0 0 0 0 BSU 0 0 0 0 0 Bemidji State was unable to find the net in a 0-0 tie in the firstever meeting with Northeastern University. Because of the tie, the two teams went to a shootout that took nine rounds to decide a winner. The first two shooters for NU missed their shots, and Montana Vichorek scored on BSU’s second attempt, giving the home team the 1-0 advantage. The final shooter for Northeastern, Lindsay Berman, converted on her opportunity despite knocking the net off the post. BSU’s final shooter missed her chance and the two teams went into extra rounds. Five rounds of misses ensued, and NU’s Annie Hogan missed the sixth extra-round opportunity before giving way to Jackie Robertson. She went right and scored top-shelf to give the home crowd something to cheer about, the first shootout victory in school history. The Beavers netted 40 shots on goal - their most since attempting 42 against Minnesota State University Feb. 3, 2007 - and they only allowed 28 to the visiting Huskies. BSU had double-digit shots in every regulation period (11-10-15) despite not being able to light the lamp. Northeastern’s shot totals went down in every period (10-9-6-3) as the Beaver defense picked up. It was difficult for Bemidji State to get into a solid rhythm during the first two periods because the team went into the penalty box six times, and at one point had to kill off a 5-on-3 man advantage for Northeastern. In the end, Bemidji State went 0-for-6 on the power play, while the Huskies were 0-for-7 on their man-advantage opportunities. The Beavers dominated on faceoffs, winning 40-25. Zuzana Tomcikova got the start in between the pipes for BSU, and she performed at an extremely high level as she recorded her first-career shutout in a career-high 65 minutes of action. The shutout was the first for a Bemidji State goaltender since Emily Brookshaw’s fabled 50-save performance against the University of Wisconsin Nov. 24, 2007. Tomcikova saved all 28 shots faced in the 17th shutout in school history, and only allowed one goal in the nine shootout rounds. This was the first time in school history that the Beavers have played a road overtime game that was directly followed with a home game that went to OT.

gave Northeastern an early 2-0 advantage when she scored 12:01 into the first. Bemidji State outshot the Huskies 15-8 in the opening frame, but could never find the back of the net. NU began the game 2-for-3 on the power-play, but ended the game 2-for-7 with the man-advantage. BSU holding the Huskies to an 0-for-4 performance on their power play down the stretch would prove crucial later in the game. Northeastern outshot BSU 11-8 in the second, but neither team scored as both goaltenders played extremely well. Bemidji State skated hard in the third trying to find a goal, but was still unable to score despite heavy pressure during multiple stretches of the final frame. Then it happened. The Beavers pulled their goaltender with 2:36 remaining, and the risky move worked out in the home team’s favor. First, Johnson scored her second goal of the season at the 18:27 mark of the third off assists from Brooke Collins and Cody, cutting the Huskie lead in half. After an NU player went into the penalty box for tripping with less than a minute to play, Bemidji State again pulled its goalie, and again the tactic paid off as the home team scored the equalizer while skating 6-on-4. Robertson notched her goal with just 30 seconds remaining in the contest off Montana Vichorek’s first-career assist and Cody’s second assist in a little more than a minute’s time. The two teams skated out the final seconds of the third period and all five minutes of extra time without scoring a game-winner, and thus the second-consecutive shootout for the two squads ensued. BSU goaltender Alana McElhinney received her second-career start, and answered with 24 saves and just the two early goals allowed in 63:42 of work. She also shut down all three NU players faced in the shootout. Bemidji State outshot Northeastern 42-26, and this was just the fourth time in school history BSU has recorded consecutive games of 40+ shots. The last time the Beavers had back-to-back 40+ shot games was Feb. 10, 12, 2001, against Wayne State (Mich.) University. The other two times occurred in a series against Concordia-Moorhead Jan. 7-8, 2000, and Feb. 1, 4, 2000, against Gustavus Adolphus and Minnesota State University. FIRST PERIOD 10:57 NU 0-1 6x5 PP Kristi Kehoe (1) (Marty, Wohlfeiler) 12:01 NU 0-2 6x5 PP Alyssa Wohlfeiler (1) (Marty) SECOND PERIOD No scoring THIRD PERIOD 18:27 BSU 1-2 6x6 EX Erin Johnson (2) (Collins, Cody) 19:30 BSU 2-2 6x6 EX Jackie Robertson (1) (Vichorek, Cody)

SECOND PERIOD No scoring

Overtime No scoring

THIRD PERIOD No scoring

• game-winning goal

• game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 NU 10 9 6 BSU 11 10 15 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG NU 7 14 0 BSU 7 14 0 GOALTENDING NU Florence Schelling (T 0-0-1) BSU Zuzane Tomcokova (T 1-1-1)

OT 3 4

F 28 40

PPG/PP 0/7 0/6

Pct. .000 .000

1-2-3-OT 11-10-15-4 1-2-3-OT 10-9-6-3

Tot Min GA 40 64:20 0 Tot Min GA 28 65:00 0

Game 4: Northeastern

Oct. 11, 2008 / John Glas Fieldhouse (140) / Bemidji, Minn. 1-1-2 / 0-0-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F NU 2 0 0 0 2 BSU 0 0 2 0 2 Erin Johnson and Jackie Robertson each scored goals in the final 1:33 of action to bring Bemidji State back to a 2-2 tie with Northeastern University. For the second time in as many days, the two teams prepared for a shootout after the game ended in a tie. All three shooters for Northeastern missed, and Bemidji State didn’t have to get to its third shooter as Erin Cody scored on BSU’s second attempt. The road squad took the lead off the strength of two power-play goals in the first period. Kristi Kehoe notched the first goal of the game 10:57 into the first, and Alyssa Wohlfeiler

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SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 NU 7 11 7 BSU 15 8 15 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG NU 8 16 0 BSU 7 14 0 GOALTENDING NU Leah Sulyma (T) EMPTY NET BSU Alana McElhinney (T) EMPTY NET

OT 1 4

F 26 42

PPG/PP 2/7 1/8

Pct. .285 .125

1-2-3-OT 15-8-13-4 0-0-0-0 1-2-3-OT 5-11-7-1 0-0-0-0

Tot Min GA 40 64:49 2 0 00:11 0 Tot Min GA 24 63:42 2 0 01:18 0

Game 5: #1 Wisconsin

Oct. 17, 2008 / John Glas Fieldhouse (232) / Bemidji, Minn. 1-2-2 / 0-1-0 WCHA WIS BSU

1 0 0

2 2 0

3 2 0

OT -

F 4 0

BSU did everything it could to stop the vaunted University of Wisconsin attack, but in the end it wasn’t enough as the No. 1-ranked Badgers took the first game of the series 4-0. The Beavers came out of the gates with tremendous vigor, and held the No. 1 scoring offense in the country to just 11 shots in the first period and no goals. BSU even had nine shots of its own, even though the home team couldn’t net a marker. Perhaps the most impressive statistic from the first period would be zero, which was the amount of minutes Bemidji State was in the penalty box. The second period was a totally different affair, as the Badgers went off for 25 shots, throwing two into the back of the net. Hilary Knight and Erika Lawler notched the goals, with Lawler assisting on Knight’s goal and Knight and Angie Keseley assisting on Lawler’s goal. Kelly

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FIRST PERIOD No scoring SECOND PERIOD 4;13 WIS 6:10 WIS

0-1 6x6 0-2 6x6

.Hilary Knight (11) (Lawler) Erika Lawler (2) (Keseley, Knight)

THIRD PERIOD 8:56 WIS 0-3 6x5 PP Alycia Mattews (1) (Giles, Nash) 13:47 WIS 0-4 6x5 PP Brooke Ammerman (9) (Nash, Deluce) • game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 WIS 11 25 15 BSU 9 5 6 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG WIS 4 8 0 BSU 6 12 0 GOALTENDING WIS Jessie Vetter (W, 6-0-0) EMPTY NET BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (L, 1-1-1)

FIRST PERIOD No scoring

Overtime No scoring

Nash and Brooke Ammerman notched power-play markers in the third period with assists from Alycia Matthews, Jasmine Giles, Nash and Mallory Deluce, and that was plenty of scoring for the team leading the country in that category. A positive from the game would be that Wisconsin scored four goals, but came into the game averaging 6.50 goals a game. The Badgers outshot Bemidji State 51-20, and were 2-for-5 on the power play while BSU went 0-for-3 on the man advantage. The last time the Beavers notched at least 20 shots against Wisconsin was Feb. 17, 2007 in a 6-0 defeat, a streak that spanned five games. BSU goaltender Zuzana Tomcikova had numerous incredible saves against UW. She finished the game with a career-high 47 saves.

OT -

F 51 20

PPG/PP 2/5 0/3

Pct. .400 .000

1-2-3-OT 9-5-6 0-0-0 1-2-3-OT 11-23-13

Tot Min GA 20 59:57 0 0 00:03 0 Tot Min GA 47 60:00 4

Game 6: #1 Wisconsin

Oct. 18, 2008 / Hippodrome (212) / Eveleth, Minn. 1-3-2 / 0-2-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT WIS 3 3 3 BSU 0 0 0 -

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BSU went into the penalty box a few too many times and couldn’t avoid an onslaught of goals from the No. 1-ranked offensive attack in the country as the home team was defeated by Wisconsin 9-0 in the first United States Hockey Hall of Fame game. The game was played in the Eveleth Hippodrome, and featured some of the best players in the country on the No. 1-ranked Badger squad and some of the best young talent to come out of northern Minnesota playing for Bemidji State. The first two goals from Wisconsin came just 19 seconds apart midway through the first period in the form of a power-play goal from Hilary Knight and an even-strength marker from Angie Keseley. Keseley’s goal was unassisted while Knight’s goal was assisted by Jasmine Giles and Carolyn Prevost. Meghan Duggan notched a power-play goal with assists from Knight and Brittany Haverstock 15:13 into the first, and the two teams skated out the rest of the period with the 3-0 Badger lead. To add insult to injury, Wisconsin scored three goals in the second frame from Giles, Kelly Nash and Prevost. Alycia Matthews, Brooke Ammerman, Maria Evans, Rachel Bible, Nash and Olivia Jakiel all recorded assists in the period. If six wasn’t enough, the road squad lit the lamp three more times in the final period for the ending score of 9-0. Kyla Sanders scored twice and Ammerman had one goal in the third. Ammerman, Haverstock (2), Giles and Mallory Deluce all assisted on goals in the final frame. The Badgers outshot Bemidji State 48-16 and was an incredible 4-of-6 on the power play. The Beavers went 0-for-4 on their man-advantage opportunities. BSU goaltender Alana McElhinney got the start in net and gave up the nine goals while saving a career-high 39 shots in 60 minutes of action. FIRST PERIOD 12:03 WIS 0-1 6x5 PP .Hilary Knight (12) (Giles, Prevost) 12:22 WIS 0-2 6x6 Angie Keseley (3) (Ammerman) 15:13 WIS 0-3 6x5 PP Meghan Duggan (3) (Knight, Haverstock) SECOND PERIOD 13:55 WIS 0-4 6x5 PP Kyla Sanders (2) (Mattews, Ammerman) 15:23 WIS 0-5 6x6 Kelly Nash (4) (Evans, Bible) 18:04 WIS 0-6 6x5 PP Carolyne Prevost (5) (Nash, Jackiel)


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Women’s Hockey 2009-10 2008-09 GAME RECAPS THIRD PERIOD 2:35 WIS 0-7 6x6 Kyla Sanders (3) (Ammerman, Haverstock) 6:12 WIS 0-8 6x6 Brooke Ammerman (10) (Giles) 7:52 WIS 0-9 6x6 EX Kyla Sanders (4) (Deluce, Haverstock) • game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 WIS 18 18 12 BSU 3 7 6 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG WIS 5 10 0 BSU 7 14 0 GOALTENDING WIS Jessie Vetter (W, 7-0-0) Alannah McCready EMPTY NET BSU Alana McElhinney (L, 0-2-1)

OT -

F 48 16

PPG/PP 4/6 0/4

Pct. .667 .000

1-2-3-OT 3-7-0 0-0-6 0-0-0 1-2-3-OT 15-15-9

Tot 10 6 0 Tot 39

Min GA 40:00 0 19:50 0 00:10 0 Min GA 60:00 9

Game 7: at Ohio State

Oct. 24, 2008/ OSU Ice Rink (315) / Columbus, Ohio 1-4-2 / 0-3-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT BSU 0 0 0 OSU 0 3 0 -

F 0 3

BSU was shut out 3-0 by Ohio State University. This was just the third time in school history that the Buckeyes were able to blank the Beavers. All three goals for Ohio State came in the second period. Natalie Spooner scored goals 3:18 and 15:41 into the second off assists from Laura McIntosh, Raelyn LaRocque and Liana Bonanno. Melissa Feste added a power-play marker 18:34 into the period off assists from Kim Theut and Teal Bishop, and that was all the Buckeyes needed to hold off the BSU attack. Bemidji State was able to fire 24 shots despite not being able to find the back of the net. Ohio State was held to just three shots in the first period, but took 13 second-period shots and eight in the final frame for a tying total of 24 shots. The Beavers were also given six chances to score with a man-advantage, and even took six shots on the power play, but were never able to convert when given the opportunity. Ohio State went 1-for-4 on its power-play chances. The last time OSU shut out Bemidji State was Nov. 22, 2003. BSU goaltender Zuzana Tomcikova got the starting nod and responded with 21 saves and three goals allowed in 59:52 of action. FIRST PERIOD No scoring SECOND PERIOD .Natalie Spooner (5) (McIntosh, Raelyn) 3:18 OSU 0-1 6x6 15:41 OSU 0-2 6x6 Natalie Spooner (6) (Bonanno) 18:34 OSU 0-3 6x5 PP Melissa Festa (1) (Theut, Bishop) THIRD PERIOD No scoring

FIRST PERIOD 12:35 OSU 0-1 6x5 PP Rachel Davis (1) (McIntosh, Spooner) 17:04 BSU 1-1 6x5 PP Erin Cody (1) (Johnson) SECOND PERIOD 19:21 OSU 1-2 6x6 THIRD PERIOD No scoring • game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 BSU 7 5 15 OSU 5 13 13 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG BSU 9 18 0 OSU 8 16 0 GOALTENDING BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (L, 1-3-1) EMPTY NET OSU Liana Bonanno (W, 4-3-0) EMPTY NET

OT -

F 27 31

PPG/PP 1/8 1/9

Pct. .125 .111

1-2-3-OT 4-12-13 0-0-0 1-2-3-OT 6-5-15 0-0-0

SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 BSU 7 6 11 OSU 3 13 8 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG BSU 4 8 0 OSU 6 12 0

OT -

F 24 24

PPG/PP 0/6 1/4

Pct. .000 .250

1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 3-10-8 21 59:52 3 0-0-0 0 00:08 0 1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 7-6-11 24 60:00 0

Game 8: at Ohio State

Oct. 25, 2008 / OSU Ice Rink (530) /Columbus, Ohio 1-5-2 / 0-4-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT BSU 1 0 0 0 OSU 1 1 0 0

F 1 2

Despite scoring the first goal of the season in Western Collegiate Hockey Association play, BSU was upended 2-1 by Ohio State Uni-

Bemidji State was 0-for-8 on the power play, but Cody netted the teams first shorty of the season. MSU was 1-for-5 on the manadvantage. BSU was outshot by Minnesota State 34-22. BSU goaltender Zuzana Tomcikova saved 31 shots in 59:19 of action. FIRST PERIOD 7:17 MSU 0-1 6x5 PP Liz Orke (1) (Fisher, Buganski) 10:17 MSU 0-2 6x6 Kala Buganski (8) (Snyder, Fisher) SECOND PERIOD 19:38 BSU 1-2 6x6

Erin Cody (2) (Johnson, Vichorek)

THIRD PERIOD .Christina Lee (4) (Bugnaski, Otto) 9:55 MSU 1-3 6x6 16:14 BSU 2-3 6x5 SH Erin Cody (3) (Unassisted) • game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 BSU 5 8 9 MSU 14 10 10 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG BSU 5 10 1 MSU 8 16 0 GOALTENDING BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (L, 1-4-1) EMPTY NET MSU Alli Altmann (W, 4-2-1)

OT -

F 22 34

PPG/PP 0/5 1/5

Pct. .000 .200

1-2-3 Tot Min GA 12-10-9 31 59:19 3 0-0-0 0 00:41 0 1-2-3 Tot Min GA 5-7-8 20 60:00 2

Game 10: at Minnesota State

Nov. 1, 2008 / All Seasons Arena (213) / Mankato, Minn. 1-7-2 / 0-6-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F BSU 0 2 1 3 MSU 1 2 1 4

.Natalie Spooner (7) (McIntosh)

Tot Min GA 29 58:46 2 0 01:10 0 Tot Min GA 26 59:40 1 0 00:16 0

Game 9: at Minnesota State

• game-winning goal

GOALTENDING BSU Zuzane Tomcikova (L, 1-2-1) EMPTY NET OSU Liana Bonanno (W, 3-3-0)

versity. Power plays played a huge role in this game, as both teams were awarded multiple scoring chances on the man advantage. At the end of the day, BSU went 1-for-8 on its power-play chances, and the Buckeyes took advantage one time with nine man-advantage opportunities. This came a day after BSU committed a season-low four penalties. The Buckeyes gave BSU the early advantage, when Rachel Davis went into the box for checking just 28 seconds into the contest. Bemidji State rattled off two shots, but couldn’t find the back of the net. The two teams played scoreless hockey until Kaylee Keys was whistled for high sticking 12:11 into the first period. Davis took advantage of the man-advantage just 24 seconds later, scoring a goal off assists from Laura McIntosh and Natalie Spooner to put the home team up 1-0. sThe lone power-ploay marker for BSU came late in the first period of after Morgan Marziali was whistled for boarding. Erin Cody fired the first shot of the power play, which found its way into the back of the net at the 17:04 mark for Cody’s first goal of the season. Erin Johnson assisted on the goal. The goal was the first of the season during WCHA action for Bemidji State, ending the longest shutout drought to start conference play in school history. The Beavers killed off another penalty, and the two teams skated to a 1-1 tie at the end of the first period. After being outshot 7-5 in the first frame, the Buckeyes fired 13 shots in the second to just five for BSU. Despite all those shots, the Beavers were able to deflect the first 12 away from the net. Then, with less than a minute to go in the second frame and after BSU had just got done killing off another penalty, Natalie Spooner scored her third goal of the series with help from McIntosh to put Ohio State ahead 2-1. Despite getting off a season-high-tying 15 shots in the final period, BSU was never able to notch the equalizer and was defeated for the 15th-straight time in conference play. Goaltender Zuzana Tomcikova made 29 saves in 58:46 of action.

Oct. 31, 2008 / All Seasons Arena (312) / Mankato, Minn. 1-6-2/ 0-5-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F BSU 0 1 1 2 MSU 2 0 1 3 BSU fell 3-2 to Minnesota State University at All Seasons Arena. Liz Orke gave Minnesota State an early lead with a power-play marker off assists by Maggie Fisher and Kala Buaganski 7:17 into the game, and Buganski gave her team a 2-0 advantage just three minutes later with assists from Holly Snyder and Fisher. The Beavers took just five shots in the first period, but came out firing in the second despite being in the early hole. After taking seven shots in the second, Erin Johnson scored her third goal of the season off assists from Erin Cody and Montana Vichorek with just 22 seconds remaining in the period. The Beavers allowed a third and decisive goal to Christina Lee off assists from Buganski and Jackie Otto 9:55 into the third frame, and that proved to be just enough to give Minnesota State the advantage it needed to take down the road squad. Despite the two-goal disadvantage, Bemidji State never gave up, and even got back within one goal. Cody scored an unassisted short-handed goal 16:14 into the third to move the score to 3-2. Cody scored her first-career goal against Minnesota State. Johnson’s goal was her first-career marker against Minnesota State. The Beavers fought hard to try and tie the game, but fell short in the final seconds.

Erin Cody had an amazing two-goal performance, but it wasn’t enough as the Beavers were defeated 4-3 by Minnesota State University. MSU got on the board first at the 13:29 mark of the first period when Holly Snyder scored a power-play goal with assists from Kathleen Rosso and Lisa Edman. After a scoreless rest of the first, Cody tied the game up off assists from Erin Johnson and Erin Babineau 8:58 into the second. Moira O’Connor gave the Mavericks a 2-1 lead when she scored a power-play marker at the 11:55 mark off assists from Lisa Edman and Rosso, and Edman scored just a minute later on another power-play goal off assists from Christina Lee and Maggie Fisher. Cody answered at the 15:41 mark, scoring a power-play marker off assists from Babineau and Montana Vichorek, and the Beavers entered the second intermission with a 3-2 disadvantage. Annie Bauerfeld scored a short-handed goal off an assist by Cody 7:44 into the third, and Bemidji State skated to a 3-3 tie for the remainder of the third. That was until 27 seconds to go, when Rosso won the game for Minnesota State when she scored off an assist from Ashley Young. Bemidji State was 1-for-6 on the power play, and the Mavericks were 3-for10 with the man advantage. MSU outshot the Beavers 38-26. FIRST PERIOD 13:29 MSU 0-1 6x5 PP Holly Synder (1) (Rosso, Edman) SECOND PERIOD 8:58 BSU 1-1 6x6 11:55 MSU 1-2 6x4 PP 12:55 MSU 1-3 6x5 PP 15:41 BSU 2-3 6x4 PP

Erin Cody (4) (Johnson, Babineau) Moira O’Connor (1) (Edman, Rosso) Lisa Edman (4) (Lee, Fisher) Erin Cody (5) (Babineau, Vichorek)

THIRD PERIOD 7:44 BSU 3-3 5x6 SH Annie Bauerfeld (1) (Cody) .Kathleen Rosso (2) (Young, Leinonen) 19:33 MSU 3-4 6x6 • game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 BSU 8 7 11 MSU 13 17 8 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG BSU 11 22 1 MSU 7 14 0

OT -

F 26 38

PPG/PP 1/6 3/9

Pct. .167 .333

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BEMIDJI STATE Women’s Hockey 2009-10 BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (L, 1-6-1) EMPTY NET MSU Paige Thunder (W, 2-1-0)

1-2-3-OT 12-15-7 0-0-0 1-2-3-OT 8-5-10

Tot Min GA 34 59:40 4 0 00:20 0 Tot Min GA 23 60:00 3

Game 11: #2 Minnesota

Nov. 14, 2008 / John Glas Fieldhouse (561) / Bemidji, Minn. 1-8-2 / 0-7-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F MINN 0 1 2 3 BSU 0 0 0 0 BSU returned home to be treated to a 3-0 defeat at the hands of the No. 2-ranked University of Minnesota Golden Gophers. The Beavers played some of their best hockey of the season in the first period, and even held a slight shot advantage midway through the frame. There were very little stoppages of play, and after a fast first it was 0-0 with Minnesota holding a slim 14-9 shot advantage. The second period was a little more of a struggle after the Gophers amped up their offensive attack. They only took one more shot than what they had in the first, but held possession for much longer stretches and conceded just two shots. Two Beavers entered the box in the second, and they even had to kill off a 5-on-3 early in the frame. They did so successfully, but prior to that they gave up a tip-in goal from Emily West after Kelly Seeler rifled a shot from the point 1:05 into the period. Monique Lamoureux assisted on the goal as well, and also would become a factor on a goal later in the game. Despite being outshot 19-11 in the first two periods, a strong effort from a fiesty BSU squad gave the home team just a 1-0 deficit. Unfortunately, the third period was when the wheels came off. Minnesota fired shot after seemingly endless shot to the tune of 20 in the third, and were able to sneak two past BSU’s Zuzana Tomcikova. Terra Rasmussen netted her second goal of the season 6:47 into the frame off assists from Melanie Gagnon and Kelli Blankenship, and Lamoureux trickled an unassisted shot five-hole at the 8:44 mark. The two teams skated out the rest of the period with clean sheets, and the Gophers left with the 3-0 win. The Gophers were 0-for-4 on the power play and Bemidji State went 0-for-2 with a man advantage. Tomcikova was one shy of her career-high with 46 saves. FIRST PERIOD No scoring SECOND PERIOD 1:05 MINN 6x6 .Emily West (4) (Seeler, Lamoureux) THIRD PERIOD 6:47 MINN 6x6 Terra Rasmussen (2) (Gagnon, Blankenship) 8:44 MINN 6x6 Monique Lamoureux (6) (Unassisted)

GOALTENDING MINN Alyssa Grogan (W, 4-0-1) BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (L, 1-6-1)

FIRST PERIOD 4:33 MINN 0-1 6x6 7:48 MINN 0-2 6x6

.Jen Schoullis (5) (Blankenship, Jones)

Terra Rasmussen (3) (Maunu)

SECOND PERIOD 00:36 MINN 0-3 6x6 00:54 MINN 0-4 6x6 9:11 MINN 0-5 6x6 THIRD PERIOD 6:20 MINN 0-6 6x6 11:15 MINN 0-7 6x6

Emily West (5) (Marvin) Monique Lamoureux (7) (J. Lamoureux, Maunu)

Kelli Blankenship (2) (Willey, Maunu)

Gigi Marvin (8) (Francis, Blankenship) Terra Rasmussen (4) (J. Lamoureux, M. Lamoureux)

• game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 MINN 18 22 13 BSU 2 11 14 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG MINN 8 27 0 BSU 6 12 0 GOALTENDING MINN Jenny Lura (W, 5-1-0) Kim Hanlon EMPTY NET BSU Alana McElhinney (L, 0-3-1)

OT -

F 53 27

PPG/PP 0/5 0/6

Pct. .000 .000

1-2-3-OT 2-5-0 0-6-14 0-0-0 1-2-3-OT 16-19-11

Tot 7 20 0 Tot 46

Min GA 25:32 0 34:24 20 00:04 0 Min GA 60:00 7

Nov. 21, 2008 / Nat’l Hockey Center (214) / St. Cloud, Minn. 1-10-2 / 0-9-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F BSU 0 0 0 2 SCSU 2 0 0 0

OT -

F 49 16

PPG/PP 0/4 0/2

Pct. .000 .000

1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 9-2-5 16 59:58 0 1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 14-14-18 46 60:00 3

Game 12: #2 Minnesota

Nov. 15, 2008 / John Glas Fieldhouse (324) / Bemidji, Minn. 1-9-2 / 0-8-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F MINN 2 3 2 7 BSU 0 0 0 0 BSU lost 7-0 against the No. 2-ranked University of Minnesota Golden Gophers. Jen Schoullis and Terra Rasmussen each scored goals in the first eight minutes of the game, and Minnesota never looked back. Kelli Blankenship, Chelsey Jones, Michelle Maunu and Gigi Marvin all recorded assists on the two goals. BSU was outshot 18-2 in the first, and didn’t record its first shot until late in the period. The Gophers shut down any thoughts of a Bemidji State comeback with two quick goals in the first minute of the second period. Emily West and Monique Lamoureux pumped in the markers, and Marvin, Jocelyne Lamoureux and Maunu all had assists on the goals. Blankenship added a third 9:31 into the second to make the score 5-0. Dagney Willey and Maunu assisted on the goal. After having only two shots in the opening period,

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the Beavers fired 25 in the final two, but were never able to hit the back of the net. They even hit the post once in the final frame. Minnesota scored two final markers in the third to add insult to injury. Marvin and Rasmussen added the goals with assists going to Brittany Francis, Blankenship, and both the Lamoureux sisters. All seven Gopher goals were scored even-strength. The final tally read BSU 27, UM 53 in terms of shots. Bemidji State went 0-for-6 on the power-play but held Minnesota to an 0-for-5 performance with a man-advantage. BSU goaltender Alana McElhinney allowed seven goals and saved a career-high 46 shots. Bemidji native Sarah Erickson returned home for the first time since leaving town to join the Gophers, and was greeted by a BSU defense that never allowed her to record even an assist. She never scored against BSU, and was ejected from the game due to a checkingfrom-behind major penalty that warrants an immediate ejection.

Game 13: at St. Cloud State

• game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 MINN 14 15 20 BSU 9 2 5 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG MINN 2 4 0 BSU 4 8 0

2008-09 GAME RECAPS

Sixty more minutes and zero goals for Bemidji State. The Beavers were shut out for the third straight game as the team was defeated 2-0 by St. Cloud State at National Hockey Center. St. Cloud State entered the penalty box just 49 seconds into the contest, giving Bemidji State the early man-advantage. Unfortunately for the road squad, that advantage quickly evaporated when Holly Roberts scored an unassisted short-handed marker 2:40 into the first. That goal would prove to be the game-winner. Roberts scored again in the first period, this time a power-play goal with 2:10 remaining off assists from Danielle Hirsch and Caitlin Hogan, and that would be all in terms of the puck entering the back of the net during this game. Bemidji State was outshot 33-20, and was also held scoreless on the power-play, going 0-for-8. SCSU was 1-for-8 with the man-advantage, and both teams committed nine penalties. Zuzana Tomcikova gave up the two early goals but then shut down the Huskies for the final two periods, finishing with 31 saves during the contest. FIRST PERIOD 2:40 SCSU 0-1 5x6 SH 17:50 SCSU 0-2 6x5 PP

.Holley Roberts (5) Holley Roberts (6) (Hirsch, Hogan)

SECOND PERIOD No scoring THIRD PERIOD No scoring

.game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 BSU 7

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2 7

3 6

OT -

F 20

SCSU 11 13 9 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG BSU 9 21 0 SCSU 9 18 1

GOALTENDING BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (L, 1-6-1) EMPTY NET SCSU Ashly Nixon (W, 7-5-1) EMPTY NET

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PPG/PP 0/8 1/8

Pct. .000 .125

1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 9-13-9 31 58:54 2 0-0-0 0 01:06 0 1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 7-7-6 20 59:16 0 0-0-0 0 00:44 0

Game 14: at St. Cloud State

Nov. 22, 2008 / Nat’l Hockey Center (257) / St. Cloud State, Minn. 1-11-2 / 0-10-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F BSU 0 0 0 0 SCSU 0 1 1 2 BSU goaltender Zuzana Tomcikova turned aside 34 shots and finished the game with a .944 save percentage, but two powerplay goals scored by St. Cloud State University proved to be the difference in a 2-0 defeat. Bemidji State came out the aggressor in the second game of the series, outshooting St. Cloud State 12-7 in the opening period. Neither team could find the net, however, and the period ended in a 0-0 tie. After 18 minutes of a scoreless second, Megan McCarthy notched a power-play goal at the 18:38 mark with help from Jaclyn Daggit and Brita Schroeder. Michelle Moen added another specialty marker 11:10 into the third period with help from Sammy Nixon and Daggit, and that would be all the scoring in the contest. After holding the huge shot advantage after the first, BSU attempted just five secondperiod shots, while SCSU fired 14. The third period was a virtual draw, as the Huskies held a slight 15-13 shot advantage, and the home team finished the game with a 36-30 shot advantage. FIRST PERIOD No scoring SECOND PERIOD 18:38 SCSU 0-1 6x5 PP .Megan McCarthy (7) (Daggit, Schroeder) THIRD PERIOD 11:10 SCSU 0-2 6x5 PP Michelle Moen (2) (Nixon, Daggit) • game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 BSU 12 5 13 SCSU 7 14 15 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG BSU 8 16 0 SCSU 8 16 0 GOALTENDING BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (L, 1-7-1) SCSU Tayler VanDenakker (W, 2-0-1)

OT -

F 30 36

PPG/PP 0/6 2/6

Pct. .000 .333

1-2-3-OT 7-13-14 1-2-3-OT 12-5-13

Tot Min GA 34 56:13 2 Tot Min GA 30 60:00 0

Game 15: at #4 Minnesota Duluth

Dec. 5, 2008 / DECC (729) / Duluth, Minn. 1-12-2 / 0-11-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT BSU 1 0 1 UMD 2 2 1 -

F 2 5

After being shut out for four-consecutive matchups, BSU found the back of the net twice in a 5-2 loss to Minnesota Duluth. Elin Holmlov knocked in the first goal of the game just 56 seconds into the contest. She was assisted by Jocelyne Larocque and Pernilla Winberg, and Minnesota Duluth would never relinquish the early lead. The goal by Holmlov was the fastest that BSU has allowed to start a game this season, but the Beavers have allowed only four goals in the first five minutes of a game all year. Heidi Peltarri scored her second of the season 3:46 into the first off an assist by Tawni Mattila, but Bemidji State answered at the 7:13 mark when Erin Johnson scored her third goal of the season with help from Annie Bauerfeld and Erin Cody. The marker was the fifth power-play goal of the year for BSU. Bemidji State skated to a 2-1 deficit to end the first period, but the Bulldogs put away any hopes of a comeback with two second-period goals. Laura Fridfinnson scored at the 2:26 mark with assists from Saara Tuominen and Sara O’Toole, and Haley Irwin notched a power-play marker 17:28 into the frame with assists going to Holmlov and Larocque. Winberg scored 13:22 into the third period off assists from Holmlov and Larocque to end the


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Women’s Hockey 2009-10 2008-09 GAME RECAPS scoring for Minnesota Duluth, and Bemidji State notched the final marker of the game with 4:24 remaining when Bauerfeld scored her second of the season off assists from Ashley Leopold and Montana Vichorek. Bemidji State goaltender Zuzana Tomcikova was one shy of her career high with 46 saves, while allowing a career-high five goals. She moved to 1-9-1 this year. Bauerfeld recorded her third multi-point game this season, which ties Cody for the team lead in that category. Leopold notched her first point of the season and Vichorek recorded her fourth assist of the year. BSU was 1-for-3 on the power play, while Minnesota Duluth went 2-for-8 with a man advantage. The two goals by Bemidji State were the most scored against a Bulldog squad since Oct. 20, 2006, a span of 10 games.

FIRST PERIOD 00:56 UMD 0-1 6x6 Elin Holmlov (12) (Larocque, Winberg) 3:46 UMD 0-2 6x6 Heidi Pelttari (2) (Mattlia) 7:13 BSU 1-2 6x5 PP Erin Johnson (3) (Bauerfeld, Cody) SECOND PERIOD 2:26 UMD 1-3 6x6 Laura Fridfinnson (7) (Tuominen, O’Toole) 17:28 UMD 1-4 6x5 PP Haley Irwin (8) (Holmlov, Larocque) THIRD PERIOD 13:22 UMD 1-5 6x5 PP Pernilla Winberg (4) (Holmlov, Larocque) 15:36 BSU 2-5 6x6 Annie Bauerfeld (2) (Leopold, Vichorek) • game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 BSU 4 3 7 UMD 14 15 22 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG BSU 8 16 0 UMD 4 8 0 GOALTENDING BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (L, 1-9-1) UMD Johanna Ellison (W, 1-0-0) Kim Martin EMPTY NET

OT -

F 14 51

PPG/PP 1/3 2/8

Pct. .333 .250

1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 12-13-21 46 60:00 5 1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 0-3-6 9 39:47 1 3-0-0 3 20:00 0 0-0-0 0 00:13 0

Game 16: at #4 Minnesota Duluth

Dec. 6, 2008 / DECC (803) / Duluth, Minn. 1-13-2 / 0-12-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT BSU 0 0 1 UMD 1 1 2 -

F 1 4

Erin Cody netted her second short-handed goal of the season and goaltender Zuzana Tomcikova equaled her career high with 47 saves in BSU’s loss to Minnesota Duluth. UMD got one goal in both the first and second periods and never looked back. Laura Fridfinnson started the scoring 6:20 into the first off assists from Jaime Rasmussen and Sarah Murray, and Libby Guzzo added a marker 17:21 into the second with help from Kacy Ambroz to make the score 2-0 heading into the second intermission. Emmanuelle Blais and Saara Tuominen each lit the lamp with assists from Myriam Trepanier, Haley Irwin and Rasmussen in the third to make the score 4-0. But just 52 seconds after Tuominen’s power-play marker, Cody helped her team avoid the shutout. She scored the short-handed goal off an assist from Erin Babineau at the 13:53 mark, and that would be all the scoring from both sides. Cody notched her team-leading sixth goal of the season, while Babineau helped on her third goal of the year. BSU went 0-for-3 on the power play, while the Bulldogs went 1-for-8. BSU has now allowed a power-play marker in 10-of-12 WCHA contests this season. UMD outshot the Beavers 51-22, equaling the same amount of shots the team had in the first game of the series. The last time BSU had at least 22 shots against UMD was Jan. 18, a span of five games, and the last time the Beavers netted at least three goals in a two-game series at the DECC was Feb. 3-4, 2002. FIRST PERIOD 6:20 UMD 0-1 6x6

Laura Fridfinnson (8) (Rasmussen, Murray)

SECOND PERIOD 17:21 UMD 0-2 6x6

.Libby Guzzo (1) (Ambroz)

THIRD PERIOD 5:31 UMD 0-3 6x6 Emmanuelle Blais (6) (Trepanier) 13:01 UMD 0-4 6x4 PP Saara Tuominen (Irwin, Rasmussen) 13:53 BSU 1-4 5x6 SH Erin Cody (6) (Babineau) • game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1

2

3

OT

F

BSU 4 8 10 UMD 17 15 19 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG BSU 9 18 1 UMD 4 8 0

GOALTENDING BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (L, 1-10-1) UMD Johanna Ellison (W, 2-0-0)

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22 51

PPG/PP 0/3 1/8

Pct. .000 .125

1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 16-14-17 47 60:00 4 1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 4-8-9 21 60:00 1

Game 17: North Dakota

Dec. 12, 2008 / John Glas Fieldhouse (120) /Bemidji, Minn. 1-14-2 / 0-13-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F UND 1 1 0 2 BSU 0 0 1 1 Kaylee Keys deflected in a rifle from the point for her second goal of the season with less than three minutes to play, but Bemidji State was unable to complete the comeback as the University of North Dakota escaped with the victory. The two teams skated to a relative draw throughout the first period, with UND holding the shot advantage most of the way (14-7). Both teams went into the penalty box three times in the first, but the only difference in the opening frame was the power-play goal at the 18:12 mark by Casie Hanson. She tipped in a shot from the point by Stephanie Roy that sailed over BSU goaltender Zuzana Tomcikova, who was going into her butterfly to attempt to stop the initial shot. Susanne Fellner also assisted on the first goal of the game, and BSU entered the first intermission down 1-0. The Beavers started the second on a 5-on-3 advantage, but were unable to capitalize. The period was similar to the first in that BSU was outshot (21-6) and neither team was able to find the back of the net until late in the stanza. That’s when Alyssa Wiebe stole the puck from behind the BSU net and skated in front of the pipes untouched. Had she shot right when she squared up to Tomcikova, she would have been stifled, but she waited just an instant too late and had an open net for the unassisted goal at the 17:01 mark. Bemidji State got outshot again in the third period, but only by a 13-6 margin, and this time the Beavers shut out the Fighting Sioux. After scrambling to try and find the first goal of the game, BSU finally caught a break at the 17:43 mark when Brooke Collins found herself with the puck on the left side of the point off a faceoff win in the UND zone. She passed D-to-D to Jackie Robertson, who fired a shot at the net. Keys was in perfect position and deflected the puck past the UND netminder. Both teams went into the box following the goal, and Tomcikova was pulled for the final 18 seconds, but the home squad was unable to notch the equalizer. Tomcikova, the reigning WCHA Defensive Player of the Week, was again sensational in net for the Beavers. She saved 46 shots, which was one off her career high, and she allowed just two goals with one coming on the power play. She kept Bemidji State in the game with her outstanding play, as she finished with a .958 save percentage. Collins assisted on her second goal of the season, and also notched her 20th career assist. Roberton assisted on her first goal of the season and the second of her career, and Keys became the fourth player with at least two goals this season. UND evened the all-time series with the Beavers at 12-12-1. This was just the second time in the all-time series that BSU allowed at least 40 shots, and the 48 shots attempted was the most by a Fighting Sioux squad against BSU in series history. FIRST PERIOD 18:12 UND 0-1 6x5 PP Casie Hanson (2) (Roy, Fellner)

.Alyssa Wiebe (Unassisted)

THIRD PERIOD 17:43 BSU 1-2 6x6

Kaylee Keys (2) (Robertson, Collins)

OT -

F 48 19

PPG/PP 1/8 0/4

Pct. .125 .000

1-2-3-OT 7-6-5 1-2-3-OT 13-20-13 0-0-0

Two players notched multiple points and Zuzana Tomcikova posted another fantastic game in net, but a late goal sent the game into overtime and the University of North Dakota was able to steal a 4-3 win from BSU. The Beavers came out the aggressor after narrowly dropping Game One of the series. The home squad had one of its best periods of the season in the first, holding UND to just two shots while attempting nine. After possessing the puck for long stretches and getting quality chances at net, Bemidji State was finally able to break the scoring drought with just five seconds to play in the period when Montana Vichorek fired a shot from the point on the power play. The puck deflected off a UND defender and past the diving netminder. Kaylee Keys and Erin Cody assisted on Vichorek’s first career goal. The Beavers might have held the Fighting Sioux to just two shots in the first, but the road squad came firing back with 21 in the second and two goals, both on the power play. Sara Dagenais scored 4:40 into the frame and Stephanie Roy slid a rebound past a diving Tomcikova with just eight seconds remaining in the frame. Randi Motsko, Melissa Jaques, Kelly Lewis and Casie Hanson all had assists on the goals. It didn’t take long for BSU to answer, when Cody tipped in a rebound just 13 seconds into the third to square the game at 2-2. Erin Johnson and Vichorek assisted on the goal. Annie Bauerfeld scored her third goal of the season 13:11 into the final period off assists from Franny Dorr and Lauren Williams to give the home team the 3-2 advantage. It looked as if Bemidji State might take down North Dakota for its first conference win of the season, but Jaques decided this would not be the Beavers’ day. She scored an extra-attacker goal with just 1:21 remaining in the game and hit home the game winner 2:56 into the overtime session to give her team the series sweep and take away any chance at BSU earning a point in the first half of the season. Bemidji State was outshot 46-27 in the game, and was held shotless in the overtime session. UND was 2-for-6 on the power play while the Beavers went 1-for-6, scoring their second powerplay marker in the last four games.Tomcikova saved 42 shots. Cody notched her team-leading seventh goal and sixth assist to increase her team lead to 13 points on the season. Vichorek recorded her first-career two-point game, and Williams’ assist was her first-career point. Dorr recorded her first point of the season, and Keys added her second-career helper. FIRST PERIOD 19:55 BSU 1-0 6x5 PP Montana Vichorek (1) (Keys, Cody) SECOND PERIOD 4:40 UND 1-1 6x5 PP Sara Dagenais (7) (Motsko, Jaques) 19:52 UND 1-2 6x5 PP Stephanie Roy (4) (Lewis, Hanson) THIRD PERIOD 00:13 BSU 2-2 6x6 Erin Cody (7) (Johnson, Vichorek) 13:11 BSU 3-2 6x6 Annie Bauerfeld (3) (Dorr, Williams) 18:39 UND 3-3 6x6 EX Melissa Jaques (11) (Lewis, Motsko) Overtime 2:56 UND 3-4 6x6

.Melissa Jaques (12) (Wiebe, Motsko)

SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 UND 2 21 18 BSU 9 5 13 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG UND 7 14 0 BSU 7 14 0

• game-winning goal

GOALTENDING UND Brittany Kirkham (W, 5-3-1) BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (L, 1-11-1) EMPTY NET

Dec. 13, 2008 / John Glas Fieldhouse (140) / Bemidji, Minn. 1-15-2 / 0-14-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F UND 0 2 1 1 4 BSU 1 0 2 0 3

• game-winning goal

SECOND PERIOD 17:01 UND 0-2 6x6

SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 UND 14 21 13 BSU 7 6 6 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG UND 5 10 0 BSU 8 16 0

Game 18: North Dakota

Tot Min GA 18 60:00 1 Tot Min GA 46 59:42 2 0 00:18 0

GOALTENDING UND Stephanie Ney (W, 5-3-0) BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (L, 1-12-1)

OT 5 0

F 46 27

PPG/PP 2/6 1/6

Pct. .333 .167

1-2-3-OT 8-5-11-0 1-2-3-OT 2-19-17-4

Tot Min GA 24 62:42 3 Tot Min GA 42 62:56 4

Game 19: at Robert Morris

Jan. 2, 2009 / Clearview Arena (285) / Pittsburgh, Pa. 2-15-2 / 0-15-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT BSU 0 1 1 RMU 0 0 0 -

F 2 0

Bemidji State exhibited its most dominating performance of the season en route to a 2-0 victory over Robert Morris University.

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BEMIDJI STATE Women’s Hockey 2009-10 The win was the first since a 3-2 triumph over Wayne State in the first game of the season, and it snapped a 17-game winless streak and a 14-game losing streak. The two teams played to a scoreless tie after one period despite eight shots by the Beavers. An increased offensive effort saw BSU net 13 shots and score the first goal of the game. Erin Babineau netted a power-play goal 3:31 into the frame, her second marker of the season, and the Beavers were in the driver’s seat. Ashley Leopold and Kaylee Keys each picked up assists on the goal. This was also the seventh power-play goal of the season for Bemidji State, one shy of the total number of goals all of last season scored with a man advantage. Bemidji State took 20 shots in the third period, and Lexy Parenteau scored at the 8:37 mark, netting her first goal of the season and scoring her second-career goal. Nicole Rawlings and Carissa Ketcher each assisted on the goal, and all three players recorded their first points of the season. The Beavers outshot the Colonials 41-18. This was the third time all season BSU attempted at least 40 shots, and was also just the third time this year BSU outshot its opponent. BSU goaltender Zuzana Tomcikova, the two-time defending WCHA Defensive Player of the Week, recorded her second-career shutout, saving all 18 shots. Leopold’s assist was her second of the season, while Keys helped on her third goal of the year. Ketcher recorded her first-career assist, and Rawlings notched her third-career helper. FIRST PERIOD No Scoring SECOND PERIOD 3:31 BSU 1-0 6x5 PP •Erin Babineau (2) (Leopold, Keys) THIRD PERIOD 8:37 BSU 2-0 6x6

Lexy Parenteau (1) (N.Rawlings, Ketcher)

• game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 BSU 8 13 20 RMU 2 6 10 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG BSU 7 25 0 RMU 4 8 0 GOALTENDING BSU Zuzane Tomcikova (W, 2-12-1) RMU Brianne McLaughlin (L, 7-7-1) EMPTY NET

OT -

F 41 18

PPG/PP 1/4 0/6

Pct. .250 .000

1-2-3 2-6-10 1-2-3 8-12-19 0-0-0

Tot Min GA 18 60:00 0 Tot Min GA 39 59:00 2 0 1:00 0

Game 20: at Robert Morris

Jan. 3, 2009 / Clearview Arena (312) / Pittsburgh, Pa. 3-15-3 / 0-13-2 WCHA 1 2 3 OT BSU 1 1 1 RMU 0 1 0 -

F 3 1

Marlee Wheelhouse scored her first-career goal and added an assist on the game-winner, and goaltender Alana McElhinney recorded her first-career victory to help lead Bemidji State to its first sweep and its first two-game win streak of the season in a 3-1 win over Robert Morris University. The sweep of the Colonials was the first of the season for the Beavers, and the first sweep of an opponent since taking down Vermont Dec. 29-30 of last year. This was also the first road sweep for Bemidji State since the team beat the University of North Dakota at the Ralph Engelstad Arena Dec. 16-17, 2006. Bemidji State took control of play early by scoring the first goal 6:30 into the contest. Wheelhouse scored her first-career marker off assists by Ashley Leopold and Lexy Parenteau. The Beavers entered the first intermission with a 1-0 lead. Robert Morris tied the game 10:54 into the second when Kylie Rossler scored off assists from Alissa Dorman and Jessica Riley. Bemidji State responded a little more than three minutes later when Erin Cody scored a power-play marker, her team-leading eighth goal of the season, off assists by Erin Johnson and Wheelhouse. The 2-1 lead would be sufficient to win the game, but the Beavers added an insurance goal 4:52 into the third when Carissa Ketcher scored her first goal of the season and the second of her career off assists from Nicole Rawlings and Brooke Collins. The Colonials went with an extra attacker for the final 1:47 but it would not matter as Bemidji State would not be denied, winning 3-1 and earning the series sweep. Parenteau recorded her first assist and second point of the season, while Leopold added her third helper of the season. Cody’s eight goals this season are the most by a BSU player since two players had nine in 2006-07. Her team-leading 14 points on the year are four more than she had all of last year, and she also scored her second-career game-winning goal. Johnson’s assist was her sixth of the season. She is also second on the team with nine points. Rawlings helped on her second goal of the season, while Collins’ assist was her third of the year. McElhinney saw her first action since Nov. 15, and she saved 22 shots while only allowing one goal in 60 minutes. This was the first time of the season

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2008-09 GAME RECAPS

BSU scored multiple goals in three-straight games. Bemidji State has also now recorded power-play goals in three straight games.

8:41 MSU 1-1 6x4 PP Emilia Andersson (3) (Lee, Snyder) 17:07 BSU 2-1 6x6 • Annie Bauerfelf (4) (Johnson)

FIRST PERIOD 6:30 BSU 1-0 6x6

THIRD PERIOD No scoring

Marlee Wheelhouse (1) (Leopold, Parenteau)

SECOND PERIOD 10:54 RMU 1-1 6x6 Kylie Rossler (3) (Dorman, Riley) 14:00 BSU 2-1 6x5 PP •Erin Cody (8) (Johnson, Wheelhouse) THIRD PERIOD 4:52 BSU 3-1 6x6

Carissa Ketcher (1) (N. Rawlings, Collins)

• game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 BSU 7 13 3 RMU 11 4 8 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG BSU 7 14 0 RMU 5 10 0 GOALTENDING BSU Alana McElhinney (W, 2-14-3) RMU Brianne McLaughlin (L, 7-8-1) EMPTY NET

OT -

F 23 23

PPG/PP 1/4 0/6

Pct. .250 .000

1-2-3-OT 11-3-8 1-2-3-OT 6-12-2 0-0-0

Tot Min GA 22 60:00 1 Tot Min GA 20 58:07 3 0 1:53 0

Game 21: Minnesota State

Jan. 9, 2009 / John Glas Fieldhouse (142) / Bemidji, Minn. 4-15-2 / 1-14-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F MSU 0 1 0 1 BSU 1 1 0 2 It took two goals and one amazing save by goaltender Zuzana Tomcikova, but the breaks finally went the way of the home team as BSU earned its first win in WCHA play. BSU never trailed in a 2-1 triumph over Minnesota State University. BSU won its first conference game since a 4-1 win over North Dakota Jan. 11, ending a school-record 25-game losing streak in the WCHA. The Beavers looked like a rejuvenated squad coming off the sweep over the Colonials, and it took just 2:59 to get on the board. Marlee Wheelhouse had the puck behind the BSU net and sent a breakout pass in traffic at center ice to Annie Bauerfeld. Bauerfeld poked the puck deep in the MSU zone, and there was a scrum behind the Maverick net before Kaylee Keys finally came out with it. She smartly wrapped it around the goal post and through the legs of the MSU netminder for her third goal of the 2008-09 campaign. After entering the first intermission with the 1-0 advantage, the Beavers gave up a 5-on-3 power-play goal to Emilia Andersson 8:41 into the second frame. Christina Lee and Holly Snyder were credited with assists on the goal. Bemidji State could’ve just went into the third period with the 1-1 tie, but these players had other ideas in mind. An MSU defender had the puck near the Maverick net late in the second and she tried to skate out of her zone. Erin Johnson was able to poke it away and had just enough time to send a centering pass to a streaking Bauerfeld. Bauerfeld looked at first as if she would try and go behind the net, but at the last instant she decided to skate through the crease. The move proved to be a wise one as she was able to send the puck under the diving goaltender with 2:53 left in the second period to give Bemidji State the final 2-1 score. The two teams played to a scoreless third period and Bemidji State took home its first conference win of the season, but there couldn’t be a ‘W’ without a little drama. In the sixth minute of the final frame with the Beavers on the power play, an MSU player cleared the puck and it went streaking rights towards BSU’s net. Tomcikova went down to try and stop the bouncing puck, and it came up at the last second and deflected off her stick, hitting the left post. The puck stopped right on the goal line as Tomcikova fell to the ground, unable to crawl over to it. She reached her stick out and was able to bring it into her body just as another Maverick came flying into the net. There was no goal and the Beavers carried the momentum of that play onward to the victory. The Beavers were outshot in every period, and were outshot in the game 37-26. Tomcikova, the conference record three-time defending WCHA Defensive Player of the Week, couldn’t be beat en route to her first-career conference victory. She stopped 36 shots and allowed just one goal. Alli Bauerfeld netted her firstcareer game-winning goal, and also recorded her fourth-career multi-point game. Wheelhouse helped on her third goal of the year, and Johnson recorded her seventh assist and the 10th of her career. The win over Minnesota State ended a nine-game drought against the Mavericks dating back to a 5-2 win Dec. 8, 2006. FIRST PERIOD 2:59 BSU 1-0 6x6 SECOND PERIOD

2009-10 Bemidji State Women’s Ice Hockey

Kaylee Keys (3) (Bauerfeld, Wheelhouse)

• game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 MSU 11 15 11 BSU 8 14 4 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG MSU 4 8 0 BSU 5 10 0 GOALTENDING MSU Alli Altmann (L, 4-7-1) EMPTY NET BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (W,3-12-10) EMPTY NET

OT -

F 37 26

PPG/PP 1/5 0/4

Pct. .200 .000

1-2-3-OT 7-13-4 0-0-0 1-2-3-OT 11-14-11 0-0-0

Tot Min GA 24 58:55 2 0 1:05 0 Tot Min GA 36 59:55 1 0 00:05 0

Game 22: Minnesota State

Jan. 10, 2009 / John S. Glas Fieldhouse (172)/Bemidji, Minn. 5-15-2 / 2-14-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F MSU 1 0 0 1 BSU 1 1 2 4 After a first half of the season that saw 14-straight losses, the Beavers owned a four-game win streak after rolling to a 4-1 victory over Minnesota State University. BSU earned its first series sweep over a WCHA opponent since Dec. 16-17, 2006, and is on its longest win streak since February 2007. Bemidji State sent Minnesota State back to Mankato with two losses for just the second time in school history. The last home sweep over the Mavericks came Feb. 22-23, 2001. The action was fairly even throughout the first period, with MSU holding a slim 10-9 shot advantage. The scoreboard would read identical 1-1 scores at the end of one. Nina Tikkinen netted a power-play marker 8:10 in after going glove side. Holly Snyder and Emmi Leinonen provided the assists. With 4:35 remaining in the frame, Annie Bauerfeld was able to tie the game with her fifth goal of the season. After MSU dumped the puck down the ice deep into the BSU zone, Montana Vichorek took it from behind the goal and wrapped it around the boards in an attempt to clear. Kaylee Keys found the puck right at the blue line and flicked it over the heads of all the MSU players to a wide-open Bauerfeld near the MSU blue line. She skated into the zone, settled the puck and brought it into her body just as a Maverick skated in front of her to try and break up the play. Bauerfeld had an open lane to the net after calmly letting the defender skate past, and she rifled a shot glove-side to even the score. The Beavers found themselves with even more scoring chances in the second, and were able to capitalize on the strong offensive performance when Erin Johnson’s fourth goal of the season at the 6:00 mark gave the home team a 2-1 lead. BSU was controlling the tempo and had possession of the puck deep in the MSU zone. Lauren Williams had it near the boards in the middle of the faceoff circle. She passed it to the high slot where Jackie Robertson was holding the zone. She sent a pass back down ice along the boards to Lexy Parenteau, who fended off two Mavericks and was able to safely send a pass to Johnson inside the faceoff circle. Johnson went straight to the net and had two options - A. Pass to Williams who had found her way the net waiting for a shot attempt or, B. Fire the puck into the back of the net. Johnson chose option B, but not after making sure both the last defender and the MSU goaltender thought she would choose option A. The two MSU players slid over to the right to try and defend the pass to Williams, and Johnson calmly placed the puck into the back of the relatively open net. The 2-1 advantage after two periods would prove to be sufficient, but this team wanted more. Vichorek was handling the puck near the blue line on a Bemidji State power play midway through the third period. She sent a pass to Bauerfeld who was inside the faceoff circle. Bauerfeld baited a defender to try and take the puck, and slid it down to the goal line to a wide open Erin Cody. Cody attacked the net and fired a shot past a diving defender and into the chest of the netminder. There was a big rebound and Cody was able to backhand a shot into the net 8:28 into the third for her team-leading ninth goal of the season. After more stellar defense that saw the green and white block 24 total shots, MSU found itself down 3-1 with little time to play. The road squad pulled its goaltender in the final minute and Bemidji State took advantage when Keys found the open net off an assist by Cody to solidify the 4-1 final. Keys broke up a pass near the BSU blue line and tried to score from center ice on the open net. The puck ricocheted off the back board and came out near the edge of the crease. Keys was streaking down ice and missed the open net again as she sent it over into the corner. Cody skated over and so did five of the six Mavericks that were on the ice at the time. She sent a pass over to Keys who hadn’t moved right in front of the net.


BEMIDJI STATE

Women’s Hockey 2009-10 2008-09 GAME RECAPS The third time was a charm as she tapped it home with 11 seconds remaining. Bemidji State outshot MSU 33-28, its first time outshooting a conference opponent all season. Cody assisted on her seventh goal of the season and increased her team lead to 16 points (9g-7a=16p). Keys recorded her second-career multi-point game. Bauerfeld notched both her 10th-career goal and assist. Her (5g-2a=7p) and Cody (5g4a=9p) have combined for 10 goals and six assists for 16 points in eight career games against the Mavericks. Vichorek recorded her first-career multi-assist game. Four players had multiple points, and Johnson scored her first-career game-winning goal. Parenteau and Robertson each assisted on their second goals of the season. Bemidji State rookie netminder Zuzana Tomcikova continues to dominate inbetween the pipes. She allowed just one goal and recorded 27 saves. FIRST PERIOD 8:10 MSU 0-1 6x5 PP Nina Tikkinen (4) (Synder, Leinonen) 15:25 BSU 1-1 6x6 Annie Bauerfeld (5) (Keys, Vichorek) SECOND PERIOD 6:00 BSU 2-1 6x6 • Erin Johnson (4) (Parenteau, Robertson) THIRD PERIOD 8:28 BSU 3-1 6x5 PP Erin Cody (9) (Bauerfeld, Vichrek) 19:49 BSU 4-1 6x6 EN Kaylee Keys (4) (Cody) • game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 MSU 10 14 4 BSU 9 11 13 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG MSU 7 14 0 BSU 6 12 0 GOALTENDING MSU Paige Thunder (L, 2-5-1) EMPTY NET BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (W,3-12-10) EMPTY NET

OT -

F 28 33

PPG/PP 1/4 1/5

Pct. .250 .200

1-2-3-OT 8-10-11 0-0-0 1-2-3-OT 9-14-4 0-0-0

Tot Min GA 29 56:10 3 0 00:50 1 Tot Min GA 27 59:55 1 0 00:05 0

Game 23: at #1 Minnesota

Jan. 16, 2009 / Ridder Arena (1039) / Minneapolis, Minn. 5-16-2 / 2-15-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F BSU 0 1 0 1 MINN 2 2 1 5 Franny Dorr scored her first goal of the season, but it wasn’t enough as Bemidji State was defeated 5-1 by Minnesota. The Beavers struggled to find offense as Minnesota controlled the puck and outshot BSU 49-17 (the first game of the series earlier in the year saw BSU get outshot 49-16), but the road squad fought for the entire 60 minutes and was able to net its first goal against the Gophers this season. Monique Lamoureux put the Gophers up 2-0 after the first period with goals at both the 11:43 mark and the 17:13 mark. Her sister Jocelyne Lamoureux assisted on both goals while Terra Rasmussen and Chelsey Jones each provided the other assist on the two goals. It only took Bemidji State one minute into the second frame to respond, with the first goal starting with a faceoff win in the offensive zone. Erin Johnson won the draw in the left circle and the puck went to Ashley Leopold at the point. She fired at shot at the net and it was deflected by both Johnson and a UM defender. The puck went through the slot to Dorr, who was waiting to shoot it into the back of the net. Dorr scored her sixth-career goal and recorded her 10th-career point. Johnson helped on her team-leading eighth goal of the season and Leopold recorded her fourth helper of the year. Any thoughts of a Beaver comeback was soon dispelled when both Sarah Erickson and Kelly Seeler scored to give the home team a 4-1 advantage heading into the final stanza. Michelle Maunu, Kelli Blankenship, Brittany Francis and Emily West all assisted on the two goals. Minnesota wrapped up the scoring when Jocelyne Lamoureux scored a power-play marker with 2:02 remaining in the third period, and the Gophers went on to win 5-1. Anne Schleper and Jen Schoullis assisted on the goal. BSU netminder Zuzana Tomcikova saved 44 shots and allowed five goals. FIRST PERIOD 11:43 MINN 0-1 6x6 17:13 MINN 0-2 6x6

Monique Lamoureux (20) (Rasmussen, J. Lamoureux)

• Monique Lamoureux (21) (J. Lamoureux, Jones)

SECOND PERIOD 1:00 BSU 1-2 6x6 Franny Dorr (1) (Johnson, Leopold) 2:47 MINN 1-3 6x6 Sarah Erickson (7) (Maunu, Blankenship) 16:58 MINN 1-4 6x5 PP Kelly Seeler (2) (Francis, West) THIRD PERIOD 17:58 MINN 1-5 6x5 PP Jocelyne Lamoureux (12) (Schleper, Schoullis)

Game 25: Ohio State

• game-winning goal

SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 BSU 4 7 6 MINN 26 15 8 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG BSU 9 18 0 MINN 7 14 0 GOALTENDING BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (L, 4-13-1) MINN Jenny Lura (W, 10-1-0) EMPTY NET

OT -

F 17 49

PPG/PP 0/7 2/8

Pct. .000 .250

1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 24-13-7 44 60:00 5 1-2-3-)T Tot Min GA 4-6-6 16 59:48 1 0-0-0 0 00:12 0

Game 24: #1 Minnesota

Jan. 17, 2009 / Ridder Arena (1352) / Minneapolis, Minn. 5-17-2 / 2-16-0 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F BSU 1 0 0 1 MINN 3 4 4 11 Annie Bauerfeld scored her sixth goal of the season as BSU fell 11-1 to Minnesota. UM jumped out to a quick 3-1 lead after the first period, and the Gopher attack was spearheaded by sisters Monique and Jocelyne Lamoureux. Monique scored just 19 seconds into the game and Jocelyne recorded a marker 5:05 later. Each sister assisted on the others’ goal. Jaimie Horton put Minnesota ahead 3-0 at the 8:06 mark and the Gophers were off and running. Alexandra Zebro assisted on Horton’s first goal of the season. Despite being down early, the Beavers didn’t give up and were awarded a power-play opportunity 14:28 into the frame after Brittany Francis was whistled for interference. Bemidji State took advantage of the extra attacker by firing two shots on net, with the first going to Erin Cody. The rebound bounced right in front to Bauerfeld, who backhanded a shot over the Minnesota netminder’s glove for her sixth goal of the season. Marlee Wheelhouse recorded the other assist. Cody tied Erin Johnson for the team lead with eight assists this season and Wheelhouse tallied her fourth assist of the year. In the second period, Monique, Sarah Erickson, Horton and Kelly Seeler all scored goals to put Minnesota ahead 7-1. Jocelyne, Monique, Jen Schoullis (2), Dagney Willey, Terra Rasmussen, Emily West and Chelsey Jones all recorded assists. Minnesota scored four goals in the third period to round out the scoring. Monique scored once and Jocelyne scored twice to both complete their hat tricks. Laura May also scored. Zebro (3), Monique, Schoullis and Willey all recorded assists. BSU freshman goaltender Zuzana Tomcikova saved 17 shots and allowed a career-high six goals. She was pulled midway through the second period for Alana McElhinney, who saw her first action since recording her first-career win Jan. 3 against Robert Morris. McElhinney saved 15 shots and allowed five goals. FIRST PERIOD 00:19 MINN 0-1 6x6 5:24 MINN 0-2 6x6 8:06 MINN 0-3 6x6 15:47 BSU 1-3 6x5 PP

Monique Lamoureux (22) (J. Lamoureux) • Jocelyne Lamoureux (13) (M. Lamoureux) Jaimie Horton (1) (Zebro) Annie Bauerfeld (6) (Wheelhouse, Cody)

SECOND PERIOD 3:20 MINN 1-4 6x6 4:40 MINN 1-5 6x4 PP 13:02 MINN 1-6 6x6 18:14 MINN 1-7 6x4 PP

Monique Lamoureux (23) (Willey, Lamoureux) Sarah Erickson (8) (Schoullis, Lamoureux) Jaimie Horton (2) (West, Schoullis) Kelly Seeler (3) (Rasmussen, Jones)

THIRD PERIOD 1:34 MINN 1-8 6x6 4:55 MINN 1-9 6x6 5:10 MINN 1-10 6x6 8:26 MINN 1-11 6x6

Monique Lamoureux (24) (J. Lamoureux) Jocelyne Lamoureux (14) (Zebro) Laura May (4) (Schoullis, Willey) Jocelyne Lamoureux (15) (Zebro)

• game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 BSU 4 10 8 MINN 9 22 12 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG BSU 5 10 0 MINN 9 18 0 GOALTENDING BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (L, 4-14-1) Alana McElhinney MINN Jenny Lura (W, 11-1-0) Kim Hanlon

OT -

F 22 43

PPG/PP 1/9 2/5

Pct. .111 .250

1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 6-11-0 17 33:02 6 0-7-8 15 26:58 5 1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 3-10-0 13 40:00 1 0-0-8 8 20:00 0

Jan. 23, 2009 / John Glas Fieldhouse (149) / Bemidji, Minn. 5-17-3 / 2-16-1 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F OSU 0 2 1 3 BSU 1 2 0 3 Erin Cody and Erin Johnson each tied their career highs with three points and two points, respectively, but it wasn’t enough as BSU gave up a late lead and lost in a shootout after tying Ohio State University 3-3. The Beavers were outshot in every period, but were able to take a 1-0 lead into the first intermission. After nearly an entire period of scoreless hockey, Cody got the home green and white on the board with 28 seconds remaining in the opening frame. A Buckeye forward possessed the puck at their blue line and she attempted to clear. The disk hit Jackie Robertson and fell to the ice right in front of Cody who had just fallen to the ground. She recovered, puck on her stick, and began racing towards the OSU net. She had a defender on her side but was able to outskate her and blow the puck topshelf by the glove of the Ohio State netminder. Robertson assisted on her third goal of the season, and she now has career highs in both assists and points (4) this year. Lauren Williams was whistled for slashing 2:15 into the second period and it looked like OSU might notch a gametying goal. That idea didn’t come to fruition, however, as BSU’s two leading scorers combined on a sweet shorty. Just 30 seconds into the Buckeye power play, the puck had found its way behind the OSU net and on the stick of one of the defenders. She skated out and sent a blind behind-the-back pass behind the net only to find the stick of a well-positioned Cody. She took the puck and skated in front of the net, passing it through the slot to Johnson, who nudged the disk into the back of the net on the stick side. The goal equaled Bemidji State’s short-handed production from all of last year with four shorty’s this season. Johnson scored her fifth goal of the 2008-09 campaign and recorded her first-career shorty. After a few minutes of scoreless hockey, Ohio State would finally get on the board 9:05 into the second when Morgan Marziali scored off an assist by Hayley Klassen. A little less than two minutes later at the 11:03 mark, the Buckeyes tied the game when Klassen notched a power-play marker with help from both Shannon Reilly and Laura McIntosh. It didn’t take the Beavers long to respond, however, as Cody scored her second goal of the game just 18 seconds later. A Buckeye had the puck near the half wall in OSU’s zone, and she was being harassed by both Johnson and Franny Dorr. The puck was eventually stolen by Dorr who carried it along the goal line near the net. She sent a pass through the slot to Cody, who somehow managed a shot with three members of the visiting squad near her. The first shot was initially saved and Cody slid the rebound five-hole for her team-leading 11th goal of the season. Dorr assisted on her second goal of the year. Cody now has three goals in three games this season against OSU, and she is the first Beaver to score double-digit goals in a single season since three players hit the mark during the 2005-06 season. BSU entered the contest with Ohio State 5-0 when leading after two periods and 0-3 when scoring a short-handed goal, so something had to give. Unfortunately for the home fans celebrating Alumni Weekend, a 19-4 shot advantage for OSU in the third period would prove fatal to Bemidji State’s chances of victory. The Beavers did everything they could to stop a goal from entering their net, but the Buckeyes pulled their goalie with 1:25 remaining in the game, and with just 44 seconds left Reilly tied the game off assists from Klassen and Natalie Spooner. After an overtime period that saw just two shots (both from OSU), the two teams entered into a deciding shootout. The first round saw misses by both Kim Theut and Cody. Then Spooner scored what would eventually be the winning shot in the second round after Johnson and Montana Vichorek both missed. BSU netminder Zuzana Tomcikova recorded 44 saves in a careerhigh-tying 65 minutes of action. Cody recorded her third-career two-goal game, and she also notched her second-career three-point game. Vichorek registered a game- and career-high nine blocks. FIRST PERIOD 19:32 BSU 1-0 6x6

Erin Cody (10) (Robertson)

SECOND PERIOD 2:48 BSU 2-0 5x6 SH 9:05 OSU 2-1 6x6 11:03 OSU 2-2 6x5 PP 11:21 BSU 3-2 6x6

Erin Johnson (5) (Cody) Morgan Marziali (9) (Klassen) Hayley Klassen (10) (Reilly, McIntosh) Erin Cody (11) (Dorr, Johnson)

THIRD PERIOD 19:16 OSU 3-3 6x6 EX Shannon Reilly (2) (Spooner, Klassen) • game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 OSU 13 13 19 BSU 8 11 4 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG OSU 2 4 0

http://www.bemidjistate.edu/athletics

OT 2 0

F 47 23

PPG/PP 1/5

Pct. .200

33


BEMIDJI STATE Women’s Hockey 2009-10 BSU

5

10

GOALTENDING OSU Liana Bonanno (T, 5-12-2) EMPTY NET BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (T, 4-14-2)

1

0/2

1-2-3-OT 7-9-4-0 0-0-0-0 1-2-3-OT 13-11-18-2

.000

Tot Min GA 20 64:19 3 0 00:41 0 Tot Min GA 44 65:00 3

Game 26: Ohio State

Jan. 24, 2009 / John Glas Fieldhouse (212) / Bemidji, Minn. 6-17-3 / 3-16-1 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F OSU 0 0 1 1 BSU 2 1 0 3 Annie Bauerfeld and Montana Vichorek each recorded their secondcareer two-assist games and Bemidji State rolled to a 3-1 win over Ohio State University. The win gave BSU the weekend series as the home team finished with three points, while only conceding two to OSU. For the second-straight day, it was the Beavers who would get on the board first. Erin Johnson scored a power-play marker just 3:27 into the game. The play began with excellent puck control by BSU. Eventually the disk found its way to the stick of Vichorek who was holding the zone at the left point. She sent a pass into the left faceoff circle to Bauerfeld, who took a shot towards the net. The rebound went to the right side of the net, and Johnson was able to lift the puck over OSU netminder Liana Bonanno, who had fallen on her stomach after the initial shot from Bauerfeld. Another Buckeye went into the penalty box at the 7:04 mark, and it only took BSU’s leading scorer Erin Cody 20 seconds with a man advantage to give her team a quick 2-0 lead. Vichorek again was holding the zone for Bemidji State, and she sent a pass along the boards to Bauerfeld who was waiting at the half wall. She sent a pass down near the goal line to Cody, who immediately skated towards the net and rifled a shot that hit off Bonanno’s skate and went five-hole for her 12th goal of the year. After entering the first intermission without giving up a goal, the home green and white added extra insurance 7:53 into the second. OSU was skating with the puck in their zone when it was stolen by Kimberly Lieder. She took off in the other direction and, when she got to center ice, sent a pass to Lexy Parenteau who was just in front of her racing towards the blue line. Parenteau carried the puck deep into OSU territory and passed the disk through traffic in front of the net to Nicole Rawlings, who was waiting inside the opposite faceoff circle. She ripped a shot toward the net, and Bonanno didn’t have a chance to get her glove up in time as the puck went sailing into the back of the cage for Rawlings’ first goal of the season. Lieder recorded her first-career point and Parenteau assisted on her third goal of the season. Rawlings scored her first goal since netting a marker Oct. 13, 2006 against St. Cloud State University. Despite another strong performance by Bemidji State, the team wearing the green and white was unable to pitch the shutout as Hayley Klassen scored a 5-on-3 goal 6:26 into the third. Laura McIntosh and Kim Theut assisted. Despite that goal and the added pressure of an extra attacker late in the game, it didn’t matter as the BSU defense stepped up its collective game and shut down the Buckeyes for the 3-1 win. BSU started the contest 2-for-2 on the power play and finished 2-for-7. The two power-play markers were the most in a single game since Feb. 9, 2008. OSU was just 1-for-5 with a man advantage. Bemidji State outshot Ohio State 33-30, and this was the first time outshooting the Buckeyes since Jan. 6, 2007, a span of eight games. Johnson went 17-3 on faceoffs, and was part of a dominating Beaver squad that finished 35-24 on draws. Vichorek now has 10 points this year (1g-9a), and she is the first BSU defender with double-digit points since the 2005-06 season. This was only the third time in Bemidji State history that the Beavers were able to win a home series against the Buckeyes. The last series win at the Glas came Nov. 1-2, 2002.

2008-09 GAME RECAPS

OSU Liana Bonanno (L, 5-14-2)

1-2-3-OT Tot 11-13-6 30

EMPTY NET BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (W, 5-14-2)

0-0-0

Min GA 58:14 3

0

1:46

0

1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 8-6-15 29 60:00 1

Game 27: at North Dakota

Jan. 30, 2009 / Ralph Engelstad (829) / Grand Forks, N.D. 6-18-3 / 3-18-1 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F BSU 1 1 1 0 3 UND 2 2 2 0 6 Bemidji State received goals from Erin Johnson, Marlee Wheelhouse and Montana Vichorek, but it wasn’t enough as the Beavers were defeated 6-3 by the University of North Dakota. The Fighting Sioux took the early lead 11:21 into the opening frame when Alyssa Wiebe centered the puck from behind the BSU goal and it deflected off a Beaver defender into the net. Randi Motsko received the assist. It didn’t take long for the Beavers to respond, just 1:04 in fact, with a little help from the power-play. Erin Cody began the play from the left faceoff circle when she received a pass from the point. She sent it down to the corner to Annie Bauerfeld, who then sent the puck through the slot to Johnson, who was waiting for an easy tap-in goal after UND goaltender Brittany Kirkham was unable to slide over in time to save the perfect pass from Bauerfeld. North Dakota responded with a goal from Stephanie Roy at the 14:31 mark with assists to Wiebe and Kelsey Fletcher, and the Fighting Sioux entered the break with a 2-1 advantage. BSU would tie the game 1:07 into the second when Wheelhouse scored her second marker of the season. Bauerfeld took a shot that was held onto and then dropped by Kirkham behind the net, and she kept poking at it until it squirted out in front. Kirkham was unaware of what happened, and Cody took a shot that was deflected and Wheelhouse cleaned up the mess with another easy power-play tap-in as Kirkham was unable to get back in time. Marie-Michelle Poirier scored twice later in the second frame to give the home team a 4-2 advantage heading into the final period. Fletcher and Sara Dagenais assisted on the first goal. Poirier took a shot from the point and it was deflected into the goal right in front of the net off the skate of Jackie Robertson. Vichorek scored her second goal of the season, a power-play goal at the 14:09 mark with help from Wheelhouse and Johnson, but it wouldn’t improve matters much as Margot Miller added another goal for North Dakota with an assist to Poirier 31 seconds later and Motsko scored an empty netter with help from Dagenais in the final minute of play. Goaltender Zuzana Tomcikova saved 14 shots and allowed five goals. Bemidji State had better numbers, outshooting the Fighting Sioux 25-20 and going 3-for-6 on the power-play while holding the home team to an 0-for-6 performance. The Beavers tied the school record for the most power-play goals scored in a single game. This is the fifth such occurence in BSU history and the first since Dec. 11, 2005, a 6-1 win at North Dakota. BSU is now 3-2 all-time when scoring three power-play markers in a game. Bauerfeld recorded her third-career two-assist game and her second in as many games. Cody notched her second-career two-assist game. Wheelhouse recorded her second-career two-point game. FIRST PERIOD 11:21 UND 0-1 6x6 Alyssa Wiebe (13) (Motsko) 12:25 BSU 1-1 6x5 PP Erin Johnson (7) (Bauerfeld, Cody) 14:31 UND 1-2 6x6 Stephanie Roy (5) (Wiebe, Fletcher) SECOND PERIOD 1:07 BSU 2-2 6x4 PP Marlee Wheelhouse (2) (Cody, Bauerfeld) 6:34 UND 2-3 6x6 • Marie Poirier (7) (Fletcher, Dagenais) 14:35 UND 2-4 6x6 Marie Poirier (8) (Unassisted)

FIRST PERIOD 3:27 BSU 1-0 6x5 PP Erin Johnson (6) (Bauerfeld, Vichorek) 7:24 BSU 2-0 6x5 PP • Erin Cody (12) (Bauerfeld, Vichorek)

THIRD PERIOD 14:09 BSU 3-4 6x5 PP Montana Vichorek (2) (Wheelhouse, Johnson) 14:40 UND 3-5 6x6 Margot Miller (6) (Poirier) 19:40 UND 3-6 6x6 EN Randi Motsko (7) (Dagenais)

SECOND PERIOD 7:53 BSU 3-0 6x6

• game-winning goal

Nicole Rawlings (1) (Parenteau, Lieder)

THIRD PERIOD 6:26 OSU 3-1 6x4 PP Hayley Klassen (11) (McIntosh, Theut) • game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 OSU 8 6 16 BSU 13 14 6 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG OSU 7 14 0 BSU 5 10 0 GOALTENDING

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OT -

F 30 33

PPG/PP 1/5 2/7

Pct. .200 .285

SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 BSU 8 12 5 UND 7 8 5 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG BSU 7 14 0 UND 7 14 0 GOALTENDING BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (L, 5-15-2) EMPTY NET UND Brittany Kirkham (W, 6-7-3)

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OT -

F 25 20

PPG/PP 3/6 0/6

Pct. .500 .000

1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 5-6-3 14 57:42 5 0-0-0 0 1:58 1 1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 7-11-4 22 59:34 3

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0-0-0

0 00:06

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Game 28: at North Dakota

Jan. 31, 2009/ Ralph Engelstad (638) / Grand Forks, N.D. 6-18-4 / 3-17-2 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F BSU 0 0 0 0 0 UND 0 0 0 0 0 On a day when Brooke Collins broke the school record for the most consecutive games played in a career and coach Steve Sertich manned the helm for the 100th time, Erin Cody and Erin Johnson stole the show as they notched shootout goals to give Bemidji State its firstever shootout win in Western Collegiate Hockey Assocation play in a 0-0 tie with the University of North Dakota. After a scoreless three periods and a goalless extra session, the two teams entered a shootout. Bemidji State participated in its fourth shootout of the season and its second against a conference opponent (Ohio State, Jan. 23). North Dakota’s Susanne Fellner went first and was denied by Bemidji State netminder Zuzana Tomcikova, who was on top of her game after allowing five goals during Friday’s 6-3 loss. Cody then put BSU ahead after she beat Stephanie Roy top shelf glove side. Another UND player failed to score as Tomcikova stopped a shot by Casie Hanson, and Johnson gave BSU the two-round shootout victory and two more points in the conference after she sent a backhand topshelf. Tomcikova recorded her third shutout of the season and her first against a WCHA opponent, saving 24 shots. Her shutout moves her into a tie with Bre Dedrickson (1999-03) for second place on the all-time list for career shutouts by a Beaver goalie, and is now three behind the all-time record held by Emily Brookshaw (2004-08). Collins broke the school record for consecutive games played with her 136th-career game, passing the old mark set by Kerri McEwen (1999-03), Lill Raynard (1999-03) and Jenny Schnickel (2001-05). Annie Bauerfeld went 8-0 in faceoffs and Erin Babineau was 7-2. FIRST PERIOD No scoring SECOND PERIOD No scoring THIRD PERIOD No scoing • game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 BSU 6 6 6 UND 9 5 9 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG BSU 5 10 0 UND 1 2 0 GOALTENDING BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (T, 5-15-3) UND Stephanie Ney (T, 6-5-1)

OT 2 1

F 20 24

PPG/PP 0/1 0/5

Pct. .000 .000

1-2-3-OT 9-5-9-1 1-2-3-OT 6-6-6-2

Tot Min GA 24 65:00 0 Tot Min GA 20 65:00 0

Game 29: #3 Minnesota Duluth

Feb. 6, 2009 / John Glas Fieldhouse (112) / Bemidji, Minn. 6-19-3 / 3-18-2 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F UMD 2 1 0 3 BSU 1 1 0 2 BSU allowed two early goals to the No. 3-ranked University of Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs, but then the Beavers hunkered down and showed they can hang with any team in the country, losing just 3-2 to UMD. This game marked the first time since Jan. 14, 2006, that BSU has scored multiple goals against Minnesota Duluth at the Glas. This was also the first time since Dec. 2, 2006, that Bemidji State scored multiple goals against a ranked opponent at home. The Beavers were outshot 44-28 by the defending national champions, and the shots by the home team were the third-most in the 43-game series history (35 shots Jan. 13, 2006 and 29 shots Feb. 20, 2000). BSU began the game a little too overzealous, and it would prove costly as both Kimberly Lieder and Jackie Robertson would find their respective ways to the penalty box in the first two minutes. UMD took advantage of the early 5-on-3 when Haley Irwin scored off assists by Sara O’Toole and Jocelyne Larocque 2:14 into the game. O’Toole would notch a marker 7:19 into the first with an assist to Irwin, and the Beavers quickly found themselves down 2-0. A dejected bunch this team did not become, however, as Franny Dorr would later make sure the home crowd would have something to cheer about before the end of the opening frame. Erin Cody tapped the puck into the zone and it was collected behind the net by Dorr. She sent a pass over to the half wall to Erin Johnson, who knocked it out into the faceoff circle. A UMD


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• Laura Fridfinnson (16) (Tuominen, Pelttari) Montana Vichorek (3) (Leopold)

THIRD PERIOD No scoring • game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 UMD 20 12 12 BSU 9 11 8 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG UMD 6 12 0 BSU 8 16 0 GOALTENDING UMD Johanna Ellison (W, 6-1-1) EMPTY NET BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (L, 5-16-4) EMPTY NET

OT -

F 44 28

PPG/PP 1/8 0/6

Pct. .125 .000

1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 8-10-8 26 59:57 2 0-0-0 0 00:03 0 1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 18-11-12 41 59:15 3 0-0-0 0 00:45 0

Game 30: #3 Minnesota Duluth

Feb. 7, 2009 / John Glas Fieldhouse (124) / Bemidji, Minn. 6-18-4 / 3-19-2 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F UMD 3 5 1 9 BSU 0 0 0 0 Bemidji State fell 9-0 following a 3-2 loss to Minnesota Duluth a day earlier. Sara O’Toole, Libby Guzzo and Emmanuelle Blais all scored in the first period with assists going to Jaime Rasmussen, Elin Holmlov, Erin Olson, Tawni Mattila and Saara Tuominen. Mattila scored twice to open the second period, followed by three power-play goals by Tuominen, Laura Fridfinnson and Blais. O’Toole, Jocelyne Larocque (2), Holmlov, Fridfinnson, Heidi Pelttari (3) and Tuominen (2) all had assists in the second period. Fridfinnson added another power-play goal in the third to round out the scoring with assists going to Tuominen and Pelttari. BSU goaltender Zuzana Tomcikova allowed four goals and saved 16 shots in 22:25 of work. She was relieved by Alana McElhinney, who saw her first action since recording her first-collegiate victory Jan. 3 at Robert Morris. McElhinney allowed five goals and recorded 19 saves. Johanna Ellison picked up the win after saving 13 in 39:50. Lana Steck finished out the final period and saved 11 shots. Annie Bauerfeld and Montana Vichorek led the Beavers with five shots apiece, and captain Brooke Collins had seven of BSU’s 24 blocks.

13:34 UMD 0-8 6x5 PP Emmanuelle Blais (9) (Pelttari, Tuominen)

THIRD PERIOD 14:02 UMD 0-9 6x5 PP Laura Fridfinnson (18) (Tuominen, Pelttari) • game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 UMD 19 13 12 BSU 10 3 11 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG UMD 6 12 1 BSU 9 18 0 GOALTENDING UMD Johanna Ellison (W, 7-1-1) Lana Steck EMPTY NET BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (L, 5-17-4) Alana McElhinney

OT -

F 44 24

PPG/PP 4/7 0/4

Pct. .571 .000

1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 10-3-0 13 39:50 0 0-0-11 11 20:00 0 0-0-0 0 00:10 0 1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 16-0-0 16 22:25 4 0-8-11 19 37:35 5

Game 31: St. Cloud State

Feb. 13, 2009 / John Glas Fieldhouse (208) / Bemidji, Minn. 6-20-5 / 3-19-3 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F SCSU 0 3 0 3 BSU 1 0 2 3 Annie Bauerfeld and Nicole Rawlings each scored late third period goals to bring back the Beavers to a 3-3 tie with St. Cloud State Kaylee Keys ended a six-round shootout with the go-ahead goal, and the Beavers took two points off the Huskies, giving them 11 this season. St. Cloud State lost its first shootout of the year, and both teams are now 2-1 in shootouts this season. The Beavers outshot the Huskies 41-27, and this marks just the second time in the 44-game history between the schools that BSU has put 40+ shots on goal. The only other time occurred Feb. 11, 2000, with Bemidji State taking 43 shots. This was also the first time this season BSU has put up 40+ shots on a Western Collegiate Hockey Association opponent. Erin Johnson put BSU ahead 8:58 into the contest with her eighth goal of the season. She intercepted a pass at SCSU’s blue line and skated along the boards deep into the zone. She centered the puck and Franny Dorr took a point-blank shot from the slot that deflected off to the right of St. Cloud State’s netminder, Ashley Nixon. Dorr took another shot off the rebound and her and Bauerfeld fought for the puck with Nixon who had slid out of her crease. Dorr took control and sent a pass between the net and Nixon. The puck deflected off a Huskie defender and went right to Johnson in the slot. She had a wide open net with Nixon being out of position, and she rattled the cage for a well-deserved marker. After 11 minutes of scoreless hockey, the two teams skated into the first intermission with the Beavers holding a slim 1-0 advantage. It took just 3:46 for SCSU to tie the game, and the road squad scored two more goals at both the 9:52 and 11:14 marks to take a 3-1 lead. It took 11:16 into the third to cut the 3-1 deficit in half, but Rawlings did just that. Kimberly Lieder was carrying the puck behind the SCSU net, and she sent a pass to Montana Vichorek at the point. She rifled a shot that deflected off Nixon. The rebound went to a well-positioned Rawlings, who was right in front of the net ready to put it home. With less than three minutes to play, Bauerfeld notched the game-tying goal off an assist to Keys. Keys stole the puck directly in front of the SCSU goal, and she took a shot that deflected to Bauerfeld. The sophomore winger trickled a shot five-hole and the game was tied. Neither team was able to score in the final minutes of regulation or the five-minute overtime session, and a shootout was called upon to decide who would take the two points. Holly Roberts missed the first attempt for SCSU, and Erin Cody gave the green and white the early 1-0 lead as she went top-shelf over Nixon’s glove. Nelson scored and Johnson missed in the second round, and both McCarthy and Bauerfeld scored in the third round to send the shootout to extra rounds. Moen and Vichorek missed in the fourth, and Caitlin Hogan scored to put SCSU ahead in the fifth. Marlee Wheelhouse had to score to keep the shootout going, and that’s exactly what she did. After Josefson was stifled, Keys followed the path set forth by the other three Beavers who scored previously by putting the puck top shelf over Nixon’s glove. Tomcikova saved 24 shots and allowed three goals. FIRST PERIOD 8:58 BSU 1-0 6x6

Erin Johnson (8) (Dorr, Bauerfeld)

FIRST PERIOD 6:00 UMD 0-1 6x6 14:26 UMD 0-2 6x6 15:55 UMD 0-3 6x6

• Sara O’Toole (9) (Rasmussen, Holmlov) Libby Guzzo (2) (Olson, Mattila) Emmanuelle Blais (8) (Tupminen)

SECOND PERIOD 3:46 SCSU 1-1 6x6 Megan McCarthy (16) (Nelson) 9:52 SCSU 1-2 6x6 Michelle Moen (6) (Toor, Josefso) 11:14 SCSU 1-3 6x5 PP Sammy Nixon (5) (Daggit, Moen)

SECOND PERIOD 2:25 UMD 0-4 6x6 4:14 UMD 0-5 6x5 SH 5:31 UMD 0-6 6x5 PP 6:57 UMD 0-7 6x5 PP

Tawni Mattile (7) (O’Toole, Larocqu) Tawni Mattile (8) (Holmlov, Larocqu) Saara Tuominen (9) (Fridfinnson, Pelttari) Laura Fridfinnson (17) (Tuominen, Pelttari)

THIRD PERIOD 11:16 BSU 2-3 6x6 17:22 BSU 3-3 6x6

Nicole Rawlings (2) (Vichorek, Lieder) Annie Bauerfeld (7) (Keys)

• game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 SCSU 6 14 4 BSU 13 11 14 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG SCSU 3 6 0 BSU 5 10 0 GOALTENDING SCSU Ashley Nixon (W, 9-11-3) BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (L, 5-17-4)

OT 3 3

F 27 41

PPG/PP 1/5 0/3

Pct. .200 .000

1-2-3-OT 12-11-12-3 1-2-3-OT 6-11-4-3

Tot Min GA 38 65:00 3 Tot Min GA 24 65:00 3

Game 32: St. Cloud State

Feb. 14, 2009 / John Glas Fieldhouse (222) / Bemidji, Minn. 6-21-5 / 3-20-3 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F SCSU 2 1 1 4 BSU 0 1 0 1 Seniors Monica Rawlings and Brooke Collins played their final game at John Glas Fieldhouse, but BSU lost its home finale 4-1 to St. Cloud State. The Huskies jumped out to a quick lead just 2:14 into the contest when Kelly Meierhofer found the back of the net off an assist to Amy Currier. With 1:09 remaining in the first stanza, Megan McCarthy scored an unassisted goal and SCSU took a 2-0 advantage into the first intermission. Thirteen minutes into the second, Sammy Nixon scored off an assist to Caitlin Hogan, and Bemidji State found itself in a 3-0 hole. After a high sticking call late in the second, the Beavers were able to cut into the deficit when Erin Johnson took a blistering pass through the crease from Erin Cody and lit the lamp for her ninth marker of the season. Annie Bauerfeld recorded the second assist after she initially touched the puck to Cody down in the corner. Tomcikova played 57:40, saving 28 shots and allowing four goals. Cody and Johnson became the first Beaver tandem to reach the 20-point plateau since the 2005-06 season. FIRST PERIOD 2:14 SCSU 0-1 6x6 18:51 SCSU 0-2 6x6

Kelly Meierhofer (1) (Currier) • Megan McCarthy (17) (Unassisted)

SECOND PERIOD 13:00 SCSU 0-3 6x6 19:16 BSU 1-3 6x5

Sammy Nixon (6) (Hogan) Erin Johnson (9) (Bauerfeld, Cody)

THIRD PERIOD 13:42 SCSU 1-4 6x6

Caitlin Hogan (13) (Schroeder)

• game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 SCSU 12 12 8 BSU 5 12 12 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG SCSU 9 18 0 BSU 3 6 0 GOALTENDING SCSU Ashley Nixon (W, 10-11-3) EMPTY NET BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (L, 5-18-4) EMPTY NET

OT -

F 32 29

PPG/PP 0/3 1/9

Pct. .000 .111

1-2-3-OT 5-11-12 0-0-0 1-2-3-OT 10-11-7 0-0-0

Tot Min GA 28 59:40 1 0 00:20 0 Tot Min GA 28 57:40 4 0 2:20 0

Game 33: #2 Wisconsin

Feb. 20, 2009 / Kohl Center (1242) / Madison, Wis. 6-22-5 / 3-21-3 WCHA 1 2 3 OT WIS 0 1 2 BSU 0 0 0 -

F 3 0

BSU shut out the No. 2-ranked University of Wisconsin Badgers deep into the second period, but three goals later by the best scoring team in the country was too much for the Beavers as they fell 3-0 Friday afternoon. The Beavers held the Badgers scoreless throughout the first period, and were about to escape the second with another shutout period until Brittany Haverstock found the back of the net with just 59 seconds remaining. Erika Lawler and Angie Keseley assisted on the goal. The road green and white played hard in the third, but Anne Dronen scored an unassisted goal 6:08 into the frame and Brooke Ammerman topped off the scoring 18:08 into the period with assists to Jasmine Giles and Olivia Jakiel. Tomcikova had 35 saves and allowed the three goals.

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FIRST PERIOD No scoring SECOND PERIOD 19:01 WIS 0-1 6x6

Brittany Haverstock (Lawler)

THIRD PERIOD 6:08 WIS 0-2 6x6 18:08 WIS 0-3 6x6

Anne Dronen (4) (Unassisted) Brooke Ammerman (25) (Giles, Jakiel)

• game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 WIS 13 11 14 BSU 7 2 1 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG WIS 4 8 0 BSU 4 8 0 GOALTENDING WIS Jessie Vetter (W, 25-2-5) BSU Zuzana Tomcikova (L, 5-19-4)

OT -

F 38 10

PPG/PP 0/4 0/4

Pct. .000 .000

1-2-3-OT 7-2-1 1-2-3-OT 13-10-12

Tot Min GA 10 60:00 0 Tot Min GA 35 60:00 3

Game 34: at #2 Wisconsin

Feb. 21, 2009 / Kohl Center (2282) / Madison, Wis. 6-23-5 / 3-22-3 WCHA 1 2 3 OT WIS 3 1 1 BSU 0 2 0 -

F 5 2

Annie Bauerfeld and Erin Babineau both scored, but three firstperiod tallies were too much to overcome as the No. 2-ranked University of Wisconsin defeated the Beavers 5-2. Tomcikova did a phenomenal job in 60 minutes of work between the pipes for the road green and white, as she saw 54 shots and broke her career high for single-game saves with 49. Despite falling behind 3-0, the Beavers took over in the second period. Babineau scored at the 6:18 mark with assists to Erin Cody and Franny Dorr. Hilary Knight scored 24 seconds later, but BSU won the second period 2-1 after Bauerfeld found the back of the net at the 17:32 mark off an assist to Ashley Leopold. Babineau’s marker snapped a nine-game shutout streak to the Badgers dating back to Nov. 19, 2006. It was also Babineau’s first goal since Jan. 2, and the first of her career against a WCHA opponent. Leopold recorded her 15th career assist, moving her into sole possession of sixth place in BSU history by a defenseman. FIRST PERIOD 4:01 WIS 0-1 6x6 6:04 WIS 0-2 6x6 16:26 WIS 0-3 6x5

Jasmine Giles (13) (Ammerman) Hilary Knight (36) (Lawler, Nash) • Meghan Duggan (18) (Lawler, Knight)

SECOND PERIOD 6:18 BSU 1-3 6x6 6:42 WIS 1-4 6x6 17:32 BSU 2-4 6x6

Erin Babineau (3) (Cody, Dorr) Hilary Knight (37) (Lawler, Keseley) Annie Bauerfeld (8) (Leopold)

THIRD PERIOD 8:49 WIS 2-5 6x5 SH Erika Lawler (13) (Knight, Windmeier) • game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 WIS 19 15 20 BSU 1 9 6 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG WIS 2 4 1 BSU 3 6 0 GOALTENDING WIS Jessie Vetter (W, 26-2-5) EMPTY NET BSU Zuzana Tomcokova (L, 5-20-4)

OT -

F 54 16

PPG/PP 1/3 0/2

Pct. .333 .000

1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 1-7-6 14 59:47 2 0-0-0 0 00:13 0 1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 16-14-19 49 60:00 5

Game 35: at #1 Minnesota

Feb. 27, 2009 / Ridder Arena (724) / Minneapolis, Minn. 6-24-5 / 3-23-3 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F MINN 1 2 1 4 BSU 0 1 0 1 Bemidji State skated well against the No. 1 ranked team in the land, but the Beavers were unable to take down the University of Minnesota in a 4-1 loss in the first round of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association playoffs. Marlee Wheelhouse made sure BSU would not be shut out, scoring a 5-on-3 goal 18:10 into the second period. It took

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the Gophers awhile to find their groove, but they were able to pull ahead 7:13 into the first. The Beavers were unable to keep the leading scorer in the nation off the scoreboard, as Monique Lamoureux found the back of the net 8:54 into the second off assists to twin sister Jocelyne Lamoureux and Dagney Willey. Jaimie Horton added to the lead 14:40 into the second. The deficit was daunting, but Bemidji State was able to cut into it after both Gigi Marvin and Seeler entered the penalty box. After a few cracks at it, Wheelhouse was finally able to deflect a shot between the legs of Alyssa Grogan for her third tally of the season. She fired a shot from the point after taking passes from Annie Bauerfeld and leading scorer Erin Cody. Tomcikova recorded 38 saves and allowed four goals, taking the loss. Bauerfeld’s assist gave BSU three 20-point scorers for the first time since 2005-06. The three are Bauerfeld (8g-12a), Erin Johnson (9g-11a) and Cody (12g-15a).

2:40 MINN 0-4 6x6 Gigi Marvin (25) (Jones) 4:12 BSU 1-4 6x5 PP Erin Johnson (10) Bauerfeld, Cody) 14:37 MINN 1-5 6x6 Jocelyne Lamoureux (26) (M. Lamoureux, Schleper)

FIRST PERIOD 7:13 MINN 0-1 6x6

GOALTENDING MINN Jenny Lura (W, 15-1-1) Kim Hanlon BSU Zuzana Tomcokova (L, 5-20-4)

Jen Schoullis (16) (Blankenship, Lamoureux)

SECOND PERIOD 8:54 MINN 0-2 6x6 • Monique Lamoureux (34) (J.Lamoureux, Willey) 14:40 MINN 0-3 6x6 Jaimie Horton (4) (Seeler, Gagnon) 18:10 BSU 1-3 6x5 PP Marlie Wheelhouse (3) (Bauerfeld, Cody) THIRD PERIOD 16:20 MINN 1-4 6x6

Emily West (19) (Marvin)

• game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 MINN 12 17 13 BSU 6 3 8 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG MINN 7 14 0 BSU 5 10 0 GOALTENDING MINN Alyssa Grogan (W, 14-1-2) EMPTY NET BSU Zuzana Tomcokova (L, 5-21-4) EMPTY NET

OT -

F 42 17

PPG/PP 0/5 1/7

Pct. .000 .142

1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 6-2-8 16 59:58 1 0-0-0 0 00:02 0 1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 11-15-12 38 59:52 4 0-0-0 0 00:08 0

Game 36: at #1 Minnesota

Feb. 28, 2009 / Ridder Arena (808) / Minneapolis, Minn. 6-25-5 / 3-22-3 WCHA 1 2 3 OT F MINN 0 3 2 5 BSU 0 0 1 1 Bemidji State had its season come to an end in a 5-1 defeat to the No. 1-ranked University of Minnesota in the first round of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association playoffs. The Beavers ended the 200809 campaign with a 6-25-5 overall record with a 3-22-3-2 mark in the WCHA. Jocelyne Lamoureux put UM on the board first 3:56 into the second frame with an assist to Rachael Drazan. Twin sister Monique Lamoureux, the leading scorer in the country, notched goals at both the 7:04 and 17:50 marks to give the Gophers a 3-0 advantage heading into the third. Jocelyne assisted on both goals, and Michelle Maunu helped on Monique’s first marker. Gigi Marvin added a fourth 2:40 into the final period with help from Chelsey Jones.BSU made sure to avoid the shutout, though, when the top three scorers hooked up for a power-play marker 4:12 into the third. Erin Cody fired a shot from the middle of the left faceoff circle that was initially saved. The puck flew up and Annie Bauerfeld tried to pick it out of the air and get it past the goalie. She was unsuccesful, but in the fray Erin Johnson was able to sneak it past a few Gophers into the back of the net for her 10th goal of the season. Jocelyne scored again at the 14:37 mark with assists to Monique and Anne Schleper to round out the scoring. Tomcikova had another fantastic game between the pipes for the Beavers, but she couldn’t quite handle the Gopher attack. She stopped 29 shots, but allowed five goals in 60 minutes. She finished the year with a 5-22-4 mark, and her 1,025 saves mark just the second time in school history a Beaver has eclipsed the 1,000-save plateau (Emily Brookshaw, 1,072, 2007-08). Brooke Collins broke the school record for career games played, finishing with 144 tilts. The old mark of 143 was set last year by both Tara Hiscock and Haley Balcom. Monica Rawlings finished with 135 games, which is ninth on the school list. Collins also has the school record for most consecutive games played, which also sits at 144 contests. FIRST PERIOD No Scoring SECOND PERIOD 3:56 MINN 0-1 6x6 Jocelyne Lamoureux (25) (Drazan) 7:04 MINN 0-2 5x6 SH • Monique Lamoureux (35) (J. Lamoureux, Maunu) 17:50 MINN 0-3 6x6 Monique Lamoureux (36) (J. Lamoureux) THIRD PERIOD

2009-10 Bemidji State Women’s Ice Hockey

• game-winning goal SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 3 MINN 15 13 6 BSU 6 6 11 PENALTIES / POWER PLAYS Pen Min SHG MINN 6 12 1 BSU 4 8 0

OT -

F 34 23

PPG/PP 0/4 1/6

Pct. .000 .166

1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 1-7-6 14 50:31 2 0-0-0 0 00:13 0 1-2-3-OT Tot Min GA 16-14-19 49 60:00 5


BEMIDJI STATE

Women’s Hockey 2009-10 WESTERN COLLEGIATE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION WCHA Administration

Quick Facts

Affiliation: .................................. NCAA Division I Founded:..........................................................1999 Web Site: ................................http://wcha.cstv.com

Administration

Commissioner .................................Bruce McLeod Administrative Assistant ...................Carol LaBelle Assoc. Commissioner .......................... Sara Martin Public Relations Director ................. Doug Spencer Supervisor of Officials: ................... Greg Shepherd WCHA Administrative Offices (Denver) 2201 Asbury Ave. Denver, CO 80208-3201 Phone: ............................................(303) 871-4223 FAX: ...............................................(303) 871-2600 Public Relations and Marketing PO Box 5426 Madison, WI 53705-5426 Phone: ............................................(608) 829-0100 FAX: ...............................................(608) 829-0200 e-mail: ................................dspencer@mailbag.com Officiating 215 East Kathleen Drive West St. Paul, MN 55118 Phone .............................................(651) 229-2507

WCHA History

1999-00 Champions Regular Season ......................................Minnesota Duluth Tournament ...........................................Minnesota Duluth AWCHA National Champion .......................... Minnesota 2000-01 Champions Regular Season ............................................. Minnesota Tournament ......................................Minnesota Duluth NCAA National Champion .............Minnesota Duluth 2001-02 Champions Regular Season .................................................. Minnesota Tournament ....................................................... Minnesota NCAA National Champion ..................Minnesota Duluth 2002-03 Champions Regular Season .................................Minnesota Duluth Tournament ......................................Minnesota Duluth NCAA National Champion .............Minnesota Duluth 2003-04 Champions Regular Season .................................................. Minnesota Tournament ....................................................... Minnesota NCAA National Champion .............................. Minnesota 2004-05 Champions Regular Season ............................................. Minnesota Tournament .................................................. Minnesota NCAA National Champion...........................Minnesota 2005-06 Champions Regular Season .................................................... Wisconsin Tourmament........................................................ Wisconsin NCAA National Champion ............................... Wisconsin 2006-07 Champions Regular Season ............................................... Wisconsin Tournament.................................................... Wisconsin NCAA National Champion .......................... Wisconsin 2007-08 Champions Regular Season ....................................................Minnesota Tournament............................................ Minnesota Duluth NCAA National Champion .................. Minnesota Duluth 2008-09 Champions Regular Season ....................................................Minnesota Tournament......................................................... Wisconsin NCAA National Champion ............................... Wisconsin

The Western Collegiate Hockey Association Women’s League

Golden Gophers would be upset by Ohio State in the second

league has amassed nine national championships. In its first year of

to win with a 3-0 win over Ohio State before advancing to the

looks to continue the success it had the previous nine seasons, as the existence, Minnesota took home the 2000 AWCHA Championship, while Minnesota Duluth captured the 2001, 2002 and 2003

round of the WCHA Tournament, which UMD would go on NCAA Championship.

NCAA Championships. Minnesota solidified the league’s fifth

Minnesota claimed both the regular-season and WCHA Tour-

2005. In 2006, Wisconsin beat Minnesota 3-0 at Ridder Arena to

national champion by defeating Brown 3-2. The Bulldogs earned

and sixth national titles by bringing home the trophy in 2004 and bring home the league’s seventh title, and the Badgers won the title

again in ‘07. Not to be outdone, the Bulldogs reclaimed the top spot in the land with a championship by beating Wisconsin last year.

The WCHA is the oldest of the Division I college hockey leagues

nament titles in 2001-02, but again the Bulldogs finished as the

a triple crown of sorts in the 2002-03 season, as UMD earned

the WCHA regular-season title, the WCHA Tournament title and their third-consecutive national title with a 4-3 overtime triumph over Harvard.

recognized by the NCAA. It was formed in 1959 as an outgrowth

Minnesota finally broke Minnesota Duluth’s reign atop the Divi-

legiate Hockey League and the Western Intercollegiate Hockey

overall record and a 19-3-2 conference record en-route to its third

of two earlier western college associations, the Midwest IntercolLeague. It is not only the oldest league, but the most successful as

well. In the league’s 46-year history, member schools have claimed 34 NCAA Championships.

The WCHA Women’s League began for the 1999-00 season with

sion I women’s hockey world in 2003-04, as UM compiled a 30-4-2

WCHA regular-season title. The Golden Gophers used a home-ice advantage at Ridder Arena to win the WCHA Final Five Championship 4-2 over Minnesota Duluth. Minnesota then took home the biggest prize, the 2003-04 NCAA National Championship.

seven charter members: Bemidji State University; University of

Minnesota made it a clean sweep in 2004-05 as they won the

University; Ohio State University; St. Cloud State University and

Division I National Championship. The Gophers compiled an

Minnesota; University of Minnesota Duluth; Minnesota State University of Wisconsin.

Three of the schools, Minnesota Duluth, Ohio State and Wiscon-

WCHA regular season title, conference tournament title and the

overall record of 36-2-2 and a conference record of 25-1-2. It was the Gophers fourth WCHA regular-season title.

sin, are in their ninth year of their programs while programs at

Wisconsin snapped the Minnesota’s run of two-straight champi-

their tenth year of existence. Minnesota started its program in

tournament title and the Division I National Championship in

Bemidji State, Minnesota State and St. Cloud State are beginning 1997-98 and is the first of the league’s teams to reach the 11th sea-

son. North Dakota will be going into its fifth season in the WCHA. The WCHA took its first step towards creating a women’s league

onships as they won the WCHA regular season title, conference

the 2005-06 season. The Badgers garnerd an overall record of 364-1 and a conference record of 24-3-1. It was UW’s first WCHA regular season title, and its first national title.

at its annual meeting in Marco Island, Fla., April 29, 1999. The

The Badgers garnered a 23-1-4 overall record in 2006-07, again

1999, the WCHA announced the hiring of Sara Martin as associate

ence tournament title and the Division I National Championship.

unanimous vote followed a year-long planning process. On June 29, commissioner with primary responsibilities for the women’s league. The WCHA followed up on that commitment in 1999-00. In its

first year, the league race came down to the wire as Minnesota Duluth edged Minnesota by one point for the league title. The two

teams met for the league championship March 4, 2000, in Bloom-

claiming the trifecta of the WCHA regular season title, the confer-

Minnesota Duluth reclaimed its spot atop the country in 2007-08, sweeping the three titles as the Bulldogs won the WCHA regular

season title, the conference tournament title and the D-I National Championship over Wisconsin.

ington, Minn., as the Bulldogs claimed the title in a 2-0 victory.

The Golden Gophers claimed the 2008-09 regular season title mak-

Minnesota would rebound from its narrow second-place regular-

Wisoconsin arose as the WCHA tournament champions and went

season finish in 1999-00, turning the tables and topping Minnesota

Duluth by four points for the 2000-01 regular-season crown. The

ing it their sixth season championship in school history. However, on to claim the D-I National Title.

WCHA All-Time Standings Team

Years

Games

W

L

T

Pct

Season Titles

Playoff Titles

201

41

18

.801

6

3

Bemidji State

10

260

54

Minnesota Duluth

10

260

189

Minnesota

Minnesota State North Dakota Ohio State

St. Cloud State Wisconsin

10 10 5

10 10 10

260 260 140 260 260 260

61 22 96 82

185

180 48

173 107 137 155 49

26 23 26 11 27 23 26

.210 .761 .247 .157 .390 .330 .749

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0 4 0 0 0 0 3

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BEMIDJI STATE Women’s Hockey 2009-10 2008-09 WCHA RECAP

2008-09 Final WCHA Standings Team

GP

Wisconsin&$

WCHA Only

28

W

23

L

T

SW

Pts

GF

GA

28

21

2

5

3

50

133

Minnesota Duluth

28

18

6

4

1

41

St. Cloud State

28

11

14

3

2

27

Minnesota State

28

7

16

5

2

North Dakota

28

9

16

3

0

Ohio State

28

6

20

2

Bemidji State

28

3

22

3

Minnesota%

2

3

42

W

32

L

42

34

109

52

63

91

21

74

21

62

2

16

2

11

2

51

T

GF

GA

2

5

207

53

26

9

4

150

70

15

18

4

85

105

122

12

19

5

95

141

95

13

19

4

84

118

66

135

8

25

3

82

166

38

109

6

25

5

51

125

143

5

% WCHA Regular Season Champion // & WCHA Tournament Champion // $ NCAA Division I National Champion

2008-09 All-WCHA First Team Player Hilary Knight Monique Lamoureux Jocelyne Lamoureux Melanie Gagnon Jocelyne Larocque Jessie Vetter

Year So. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Sr.

Pos F F F D D G

School UW UM UM UM UMD UW

2008-09 All-WCHA Second Team Player Gigi Marvin Erika Lawler Elin Holmlov Rachael Drazan Anne Schleper Zuzane Tomcikova

Year Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr.

Pos F F F D D G

School UM UW UMD UMD UM BSU

2008-09 All-WCHA Third Team Player Meghan Duggan Haley Irwin Brooke Ammerman Alycia Matthews Jaime Rasmussen Kim Martin

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

Pos F F F D D G

School UW UMD UW UW UMD UMD

2008-09 All-WCHA Rookie Team Player Monique Lamoureux Jocelyne Lamoureux Brooke Ammerman Anne Schleper Brittany Haverstock Zuzane Tomcikova

Year Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Pos F F F D D G

WCHA Post-Season Awards

School UM UM UW UM UW BSU

WCHA Scoring Champion Monique Lamoureux, Freshman, Minnesota WCHA Goaltending Champion Alyssa Grogan, Freshman, Minnesota WCHA Defensive Player of the Year Melanie Gagnon, Senior, Minnesota WCHA Rookie of the Year Monique Lamoureux, Freshman, Minnesota WCHA Student-Athlete of the Year Gigi Marvin, Senior, Minnesota WCHA Player of the Year Hilary Knight, Sophomore, Wisconsin WCHA Coach of the Year Brad Frost, Minnesota & Mark Johnson, Wisconsin

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2008-09 Academic All-WCHA Team Annie Bauerfeld Erin Cody Brooke Collins Frances Dorr Monica Rawlings Jackie Robertson Kelli Blankenship Rachael Drazan Brittany Francis Melanie Gagnon Gigi Marvin Michelle Maunu Terra Rasmussen Dagney Willey Alexandra Zebro Anya Miller Emmanuelle Blais Johanna Ellison Laura Fridfinnson Jocelyne Larocque Tawni Mattile Amie Meyer Sarah Murray Heidi Pelttari Jamie Rasmussen Myriam Trepanier Saara Tuominen Ashley Bliskiwski Kala Buganski Ida Clark Kristi Ellis Maggie Fisher Jenna Hewitt Christina Lee Kathleen Rosso Holly Snyder Paige Thunder Nina Tikkinen Amy Udvig Ashley Young Cassandra Flanagan Kelsey Fletcher Casie Hanson Nikki Hebert Brittany Kirkham Kelly Lewis Stephanie Roy Samantha Turner Olivia Bonanno Teal Bishop Liana Bonanno Rachel Davis Megan Hostasek

2009-10 Bemidji State Women’s Ice Hockey

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

Overall

Bemidji State Bemidji State Bemidji State Bemidji State Bemidji State Bemidji State Minnesota Minnestoa Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Minneosta Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota State Minnesota State Minnesota State Minnesota State Minnesota State Minnesota State Minnesota State Minnesota State Minnesota State Minnesota State Minnesota State Minnesota State Minnesota State North Dakota North Dakota North Dakota North Dakota North Dakota North Dakota North Dakota North Dakota Ohio State Ohio State Ohio State Ohio State Ohio State

Jennifer Kilpatrick Raelyn LaRocque Christina Mancuso Amy Currier Jenaca Fredheim Danielle Hirsch Caitlin Hogan Courtney Josefson Diana Karouzos Kelly Meierhofer Michelle Moen Ashley Nixon Samantha Nixon Holly Roberts Brittany Schroeder Rachel Bible Mallory Deluce Meghan Duggan Maria Evans Kayla Hagen Angie Keseley Erika Lawler Alycia Matthews Jessie Vetter

3

198

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

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Ohio State Ohio State Ohio State St. Cloud State St. Cloud State St. Cloud State St. Cloud State St. Cloud State St. Cloud State St. Cloud State St. Cloud State St. Cloud State St. Cloud State St. Cloud State St. Cloud State Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin


BEMIDJI STATE

Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hockey 2009-10 2008-09 WCHA RECAP Point Scoring, All Games

WCHA 2008-09 Weekly Awards Offensive Player of the Week

Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Dec. 3 Dec. 10 Dec. 17 Jan. 7 Jan. 14 Jan. 21 Jan. 28 Feb. 4 Feb. 11 Feb. 18 Feb. 25

Hilary Knight Kala Buganski Jen Schoullis Elin Holmlov Gigi Marvin Hilary Knight Elin Holmlov Meghan Duggan Gigi Marvin Hayley Klassen Melissa Jaques Gigi Marvin Annie Bauerfeld Monique Lamoureux Jocelyne Lamoureux Jocelyne Larocque Erika Lawler Monique Lamoureux Jocelyne Lamoureux Haley Irwin Erika Lawler

Defensive Player of the Week

Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Dec. 3 Dec. 10 Dec. 17 Jan. 7 Jan. 14 Jan. 21 Jan. 28 Feb. 4 Feb. 11 Feb. 18 Feb. 25

Liana Bonanno Brittany Kirkham Ashley Nixon Jessie Vetter Kathleen Rosso Danielle Hirsch Stephanie Ney Jocelyne Larocque Zuzana Tomcikova Zuzana Tomcikova Zuzana Tomcikova Kim Martin Olivia Jakiel Angie Keseley Jessie Vetter Heidi Pelttari Kelly Seeler Alyssa Grogan

Rookie of the Week

Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5

Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Dec. 3 Dec. 10 Dec. 17 Jan. 7 Jan. 14 Jan. 21 Jan. 28 Feb. 4 Feb. 11 Feb. 18 Feb. 25

Brooke Ammerman Monique Lamoureux Monique Lamoureux Brooke Ammerman Natalie Spooner Alyssa Wiebe Laura McIntosh Pernilla Winberg Monique Lamoureux Natalie Spooner Monique Lamoureux Brooke Ammerman Natalie Spooner Marie-Michelle Poirier Jocelyne Lamoureux Pernilla Winberg Montana Vichorek Marie-Michelle Poirier Natalie Spooner Brooke Ammerman Emilia Andersson

UW MSU UM UMD UM UW UMD UW UM OSU UND UM BSU UM UM UMD UW UM UM UMD UW OSU UND SCSU UW MSU SCSU UND UMD BSU BSU BSU UMD UW UW UW UMD UM UM UW UM UM UW OSU UND OSU UMD UM OSU UM UW OSU UND UM UMD BSU UND OSU UW MSU

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Hilary Knight Monique Lamoureux Jocelyne Lamoureux Erik Lawler Angie Keseley Gigi Marvin Meghan Duggan Brooke Ammerman Elin Holmlov Jasmine Giles

UW UM UM UW UW UM UW UW UMD UW

GP 39 40 40 40 41 38 41 40 34 41

Goals-Against Average, All Games 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Jessie Vetter Jenny Lura Alyssa Grogan Johanna Ellison Kim Martin Ashley Nixon Zuzane Tomcikova Stephanie Ney 9 Brittany Kirkham 10 Paige Thunder

UW UM UM UMD UMD SCSU BSU UND UND MSU

MIN 2341:52 998:08 1222:27 1031:41 1184:13 1706:25 1805:29 1066:50 1106:13 1080:45

Team Scoring Offense, All games 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Wisconsin Minnesota Minnesota Duluth Minnesota State North Dakota St. Cloud State Ohio State Bemidji State

Games 41 40 39 36 36 37 36 36

Goals 207 198 150 95 84 85 82 51

Team Scoring Defense, All Games 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Wisconsin Minnesota Minnesota Duluth St. Cloud State North Dakota Bemidji State Minnesota State Ohio State

Games 41 40 39 37 36 36 36 36

Team Power Play, All Games 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Wisconsin Minnesota Minnesota Duluth Minnesota State Ohio State St. Cloud State North Dakota Bemidji State

Totals 67/219 56/238 50/247 29/215 23/189 26/246 24/234 18/189

Team Penalty Kill, All Games 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Wisconsin Minnesota Minnesota Duluth St. Cloud State Bemidji State Minnesota State North Dakota Ohio State

Totals 182/195 237/264 213/243 191/226 178/217 176/215 161/200 172/222

G- A- P 45-38-83 39-36-75 28-37-65 20-44-64 18-41-59 30-27-57 23-33-56 27-27-54 23-28-51 16-29-45

GAA 1.26 1.62 1.67 1.69 1.72 2.85 3.09 3.09 3.15 3.44

G/GM 5.05 4.95 3.85 2.64 2.33 2.30 2.28 1.42

Goals 53 69 70 105 118 125 141 166

G/GM 1.29 1.73 1.79 2.84 3.28 3.47 3.92 4.61

SHA 5 4 4 8 9 4 9 4

PCT 30.6 23.5 20.2 13.5 12.2 10.6 10.3 9.5

SHF 13 12 6 7 4 8 1 1

PCT 93.3 89.8 87.7 84.5 82.0 81.9 80.5 77.5

Point Scoring, WCHA Games 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Monique Lamoureux Hilary Knight Jocelyne Lamoureux Brooke Ammerman Elin Holmlov Erika Lawler Angie Keseley Gigi Marvin Laura McIntosh 10 Haley Irwin 2 tied at 32

UM UW UM UW UMD UW UW UM OSU UMD

GP 28 28 28 28 25 27 28 26 28 28

Goals-Against Average, WCHA Games 1 2 3

Alyssa Grogan Jessie Vetter Johanna Ellison Jenny Lura 5 Kim Martin 6 Stephanie Ney 7 Zuzane Tomcikova 8 Ashley Nixon 9 Brittany Kirkham 10 Paige Thunder

UM UW UMD UM UMD UND BSU SCSU UND MSU

MIN 833:24 1642:36 732:06 767:34 826:55 767:17 1500:37 1349:02 923:54 721:52

Team Scoring Offense, WCHA Games 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Minnesota Wisconsin Minnesota Duluth Minnesota State Ohio State St. Cloud State North Dakota Bemidji State

Games 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28

Goals 143 133 109 74 66 63 62 38

Team Scoring Defense, WCHA Games 1 3 4 5 6 7 8

Minnesota Wisconsin Minnesota Duluth St. Cloud State North Dakota Bemidji State Minnesota State Ohio State

Games 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28

Goals 42 42 52 91 95 109 122 135

Team Power Play, WCHA Games 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Wisconsin Minnesota Minnesota Duluth Minnesota State St. Cloud State Ohio State North Dakota Bemidji State

Totals 37/135 40/163 36/183 21/164 22/192 17/156 17/184 12/142

SHA 3 3 4 7 4 8 8 2

Team Penalty Kill, WCHA Games 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Minnesota Wisconsin Minnesota Duluth St. Cloud State North Dakota Minnesota State Bemidji State Ohio State

Totals 166/177 120/129 153/174 150/177 133/160 136/169 129/165 130/168

SHF 7 11 4 6 0 6 4 1

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G- A- P 30-31-61 28-23-51 23-26-49 19-20-39 20-18-38 10-27-37 11-24-35 20-14-34 10-24-34 17-16-33

GAA 1.37 1.50 1.64 1.64 1.81 3.05 3.28 3.29 3.38 3.82 G/GM 5.11 4.75 3.89 2.64 2.36 2.25 2.21 1.36

G/GM 1.50 1.50 1.86 3.25 3.39 3.89 4.36 4.82 PCT 27.4 24.5 19.7 12.8 11.5 10.9 9.2 8.5

PCT 93.8 93.0 87.9 84.7 83.1 80.5 78.2 77.4

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BEMIDJI STATE Women’s Hockey 2009-10 CAREER RECORDS

Points

122 100 96 88 88 87 70 67 60 56 56

Amber Fryklund ................................. 2000-03 Kelly Hart ........................................... 2003-07 Lill Raynard ........................................ 1999-03 Lisa Peters .......................................... 1999-03 Kerri McEwen .................................... 1999-03 Alicia Kinsman ................................... 1999-03 Nikki Eckebrecht................................ 2003-07 Caesare Stimson ................................. 2000-03 Guylaine Hache .................................. 2000-04 Helena Tageson .................................. 2003-07 Tara Hiscock....................................... 2004-08

Overtime Points

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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

Goals

59 43 36 35 35 34 33 32 32 28

Amber Fryklund ................................. 2000-03 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 Helena Tageson .................................. 2003-07

Power-Play Goals

15 14 12 11 10 10 10

Amber Fryklund ................................. 2000-03 Tara Hiscock....................................... 2004-08 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

Kelly Hart ........................................... 2003-07 Amy Shepler ....................................... 1999-03 Jessica Pullar ....................................... 2004-08

Game-Winning Goals

7 6 6 5

40

Amber Fryklund ................................. 2000-03 Tara Hiscock....................................... 2004-08 Kerri McEwen .................................... 1999-03 Kristie Hofer ...................................... 1999-02

5 5 5 5

Alicia Kinsman ................................... 1999-03 Guylaine Haché .................................. 2000-04 Helena Tageson .................................. 2003-07 Jessica Pullar ....................................... 2004-08

Hat Tricks

3 1

Amber Fryklund ................................. 2000-03 nine players

Assists

67 63 61 53 51 45 39 38 33

Kelly Hart ........................................... 2003-07 Amber Fryklund ................................. 2000-03 Lill Raynard ........................................ 1999-03 Lisa Peters .......................................... 1999-03 Alicia Kinsman ................................... 1999-03 Kerri McEwen .................................... 1999-03 Amy Shepler ....................................... 1999-03 Nikki Eckebrecht................................ 2003-07 Caesare Stimson ................................. 2000-03

Overtime Assists

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

Shorthanded Goals 4 3 3 3 2 2 2

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

Points by a Defenseman

87 29 27 26 24 19 18 16 13 11

Lisa Peters .......................................... 1999-03 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 Montana Vichorek .................. 2008-present Laura Lankton.................................... 2002-06

Goals by a Defenseman 35 12 7 6

Lisa Peters .......................................... 1999-03 Jenny Schnickel .................................. 2001-05 Sarah Zuelke....................................... 2002-06 Brooke Collins .................................... 2005-09

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5 5 5 5

Jennifer Retka ..................................... 1998-99 Mary Short ......................................... 1999-00 Mandy Bambrough............................. 2002-07 Haley Balcom ..................................... 2004-08

Assists by a Defenseman 52 21 19 19 17 15 14 14 10 8

Lisa Peters .......................................... 1999-03 Brooke Collins .................................... 2005-09 Sarah Zuelke....................................... 2002-06 Haley Balcom ..................................... 2004-08 Jenny Schnickel .................................. 2001-05 Ashley Leopold .................................. 2006-09 Nina Ziegenhals ................................. 2003-07 Mandy Bambrough............................. 2002-07 Montana Vichorek .................. 2008-present Beth Brown ........................................ 2000-01

Games Played 144 143 143 141 140 140 139 139 135 135 135 135 135 135

Brooke Collins .................................... 2005-09 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 Aimee Collins ..................................... 2002-06 Laura Lankton.................................... 2002-06 Kerri McEwen .................................... 1999-03 Lill Raynard........................................ 1999-03 Jenny Schnickel................................... 2001-05 Monica Rawlings ................................ 2005-09

Consecutive Games Played 144 135 135 135 121 117 111 100

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 Guylaine Haché ................... 10/12/00-1/16/04 Betsy Hegland .........................1/10/00-3/6/03 Nikki Eckebrecht............... 10/10/03-10/27/06 Amber Fryklund ....................10/12/00-3/6/03

Penalty Minutes 273 266 184 160 144 130 126 123

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


BEMIDJI STATE

Women’s Hockey 2009-10 SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Most Points, Game 6

6 6 5 4

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 12 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) 10 times

Most Points, Game, Defenseman 4

3 3 3 3 2

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) 21 times, most recently Marlee Wheelhouse 1/30/09 at North Dakota (L, 3-6)

Most Points, Game, Goaltender 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)

Most Goals, Game 4 3

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

Most Goals, Road Game 4 3

Kerri McEwen ..................................... 12/4/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 15-3) Jessica Bina .......................................... 1/29/99 vs. St. Cloud State (W, 7-4)

3 3 3

3 3

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) Carly Napier .............................................. 2/11/05 vs. Minnesota State (W, 3-0)

Most Goals, Period 2

Two goals have been scored by one player in one period 26 times. Jessica Pullar is the last player to equal this mark on Jan. 7, 2006, in the second period at Minnesota (W, 2-1).

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) 14 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)

Most Assists, Period 3 3 2

Alicia Kinsman (first period) ............... 12/4/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 15-3) Guylaine Hache (third period) .......... 10/27/01 vs. St. Cloud State (T, 4-4) 37 times

Most Assists, Game, Defenseman 3

2

Lisa Peters ........................................... 2/15/03 vs. Findlay (W, 5-1) 13 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) 0:24 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) 1:24 Amber Fryklund ................................ 11/18/00 19:36 amd 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) 3:36 Amber Fryklund .................................. 11/2/01 10:47 and 14:23, second period vs. Minnesota State (W, 4-1)

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BEMIDJI STATE Women’s Hockey 2009-10 Most Goals, Season

27 19 17 16 16

Amber Fryklund ................................. 2000-01 Kerri McEwen .................................... 1999-00 Lill Raynard ........................................ 1999-00 Amber Fryklund ................................. 2002-03 Amber Fryklund ................................. 2001-02

Most Assists, Season

22 22 21 20 20 19 19

Amber Fryklund ................................. 2000-01 Kelly Hart ........................................... 2005-06 Amber Fryklund ................................. 2002-03 Kelly Hart ........................................... 2004-05 Amber Fryklund ................................. 2001-02 Alicia Kinsman ................................... 1999-00 Lill Raynard ........................................ 1999-00

Most Points, Season

49 37 36 36 34 34

Amber Fryklund ................................. 2000-01 Amber Fryklund ................................. 2002-03 Lill Raynard ........................................ 1999-00 Amber Fryklund ................................. 2001-02 Alicia Kinsman ................................... 1999-00 Kerri McEwen .................................... 1999-00

Most Power-Play Goals, Season

6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Amber Fryklund ................................. 2000-01 Tara Hiscock....................................... 2004-05 Jessica Pullar ....................................... 2005-06 Helena Tageson .................................. 2005-06 Amy Shepler ....................................... 1999-00 Lisa Peters .......................................... 2001-02 Amber Fryklund ................................. 2001-02 Caesare Stimson ................................. 2001-02 Lill Raynard ........................................ 2002-03 Erin Cody ........................................... 2008-09 Erin Johnson....................................... 2008-09

SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS 14 14 12 11 10 8 8

Lisa Peters .......................................... 1999-00 Brooke Collins .................................... 2005-06 Lisa Peters .......................................... 2001-02 Lisa Peters .......................................... 2000-01 Montana Vichorek.............................. 2008-09 Beth Brown ........................................ 2000-01 Sarah Zuelke....................................... 2005-06

Most Points, Season, Defenseman 27 23 19 18 16 13

Lisa Peters .......................................... 1999-03 Lisa Peters .......................................... 2001-02 Lisa Peters .......................................... 2000-01 Lisa Peters .......................................... 2002-03 Brooke Collins .................................... 2005-06 Montana Vichorek.............................. 2008-09

Most Goals, Season, Freshman 19 17 15 15 13 13

Kerri McEwen .................................... 1999-00 Lill Raynard........................................ 1999-00 Alicia Kinsman ................................... 1999-00 Caesare Stimson ................................. 2000-01 Lisa Peters .......................................... 1999-00 Amy Shepler ....................................... 1999-00

Most Assists, Season, Freshman 19 19 15 14 14 13 13

Lill Raynard........................................ 1999-00 Alicia Kinsman ................................... 1999-00 Kerri McEwen .................................... 1999-00 Lisa Peters .......................................... 1999-00 Brooke Collins .................................... 2005-06 Amy Shepler ....................................... 1999-00 Tara Hiscock....................................... 2004-05

Most Points, Season, Freshman 36 34 34 27 27

Lill Raynard........................................ 1999-00 Alicia Kinsman ................................... 1999-00 Kerri McEwen .................................... 1999-00 Lisa Peters .......................................... 1999-00 Caesare Stimson ................................. 2000-01

Most Shots On Goal, Season 148 136 130 127 118 116 108 107 106 104 103

Erin Cody ........................................... 2008-09 Lisa Peters .......................................... 2001-02 Amber Fryklund ................................. 2001-02 Amber Fryklund ................................. 2000-01 Tara Hiscock....................................... 2004-05 Nikki Eckebrecht................................ 2005-06 Nikki Eckebrecht................................ 2004-05 Nikki Eckebrecht................................ 2006-07 Tara Hiscock....................................... 2005-06 Amber Fryklund ................................. 2002-03 Erin Cody ........................................... 2007-08

Most Penalty Minutes, Season 116 88 80 72 71 67 66 62 62 60 56

Lisa Peters .......................................... 1999-00 Kristie Hofer ...................................... 1999-00 Nikki Eckebrecht................................ 2005-06 Jackie Robertson ................................. 2007-08 Nikki Eckebrecht................................ 2006-07 Ashley Leopold .................................. 2006-07 Kirstin Peahl ....................................... 1998-99 Nikki Eckebrecht................................ 2004-05 Jackie Robertson ................................. 2008-09 Nikki Eckebrecht................................ 2003-04 Lisa Peters .......................................... 2000-01

Most Shorthanded Goals, Season 3 3 3 2 2 2

Lill Raynard ........................................ 1999-00 Amy Shepler ....................................... 1999-00 Amber Fryklund ................................. 2000-01 Alicia Kinsman ................................... 1999-00 Caesare Stimson ................................. 2000-01 Erin Cody ........................................... 2008-09

Most Goals, Season, Defenseman 13 11 8 6 5 5

Lisa Peters .......................................... 1999-00 Lisa Peters .......................................... 2001-02 Lisa Peters .......................................... 2000-01 Jenny Schnickel................................... 2004-05 Jennifer Retka ..................................... 1998-99 Mary Short ......................................... 1999-00

Most Assists, Season, Defenseman 15

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Former BSU great Emily Brookshaw saves one of her school-record 3,075 saves during the 2007-08 season.

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BEMIDJI STATE

Women’s Hockey 2009-10 GOALTENDING RECORDS Most Games Appeared In, Career

110 81 72 62 31 22

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

Most Games Appeared In, Season

35 34 31 25 24 23 22

Emily Brookshaw .......................................... 2006-07 Emily Brookshaw .......................................... 2007-08 Zuzana Tomcikova ........................................ 2008-09 Bre Dedrickson ............................................. 1999-00 Bre Dedrickson ............................................. 2000-01 Emily Brookshaw.......................................... .2004-05 Janet Hicks .................................................... 1998-99

Most Minutes Played, Career

6075:02 4414:58 3735:07 3377:13 1805:08 1252:45

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

Most Minutes Played, Season

2080:46 1925:20 1805:08 1458:50 1290:16 1252:45 1218:10 1164:49

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

Most Shutouts, Career 6 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 1

Emily Brookshaw........................................... 2004-08 Bre Dedrickson ............................................. 1999-03 Zuzana Tomcikova ................................ 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

Most Shutouts, Season 3 3

Emily Brookshaw........................................... 2004-05 Zuzana Tomcikova ........................................ 2008-09

Shutouts

Bre Dedrckson ....................................................... 10/30/99 Katie Anderson....................................................... 11/22/99 Laura Pogreba ............................................................ 2/1/00 Bre Dedrickson....................................................... 11/10/00 Anik Côté ............................................................... 11/11/00 Bre Dedrickson......................................................... 1/18/02 Anik Côté ............................................................... 11/17/02 Emily Brookshaw...................................................... 1/15/05 Emily Brookshaw...................................................... 2/11/05 Emily Brookshaw...................................................... 2/12/05 Jill Luebke .................................................................. 2/4/06 Jessica Ptachick....................................................... 11/25/06 Emily Brookshaw ..................................................... 1/13/07 Emily Brookshaw ....................................................... 2/9/07 Emily Brookshaw ................................................... 11/24/07

Zuzana Tomcikova ................................................. 10/10/08 Zuzana Tomcikova ..................................................... 1/2/09 Zuzana Tomcikova ................................................... 1/31/09

Longest Shutout Sequence

120:13 106:31 105:10 93:44 82:23 81:43

Emily Brookshaw................................ 2004-05 Laura Pogreba..................................... 1999-00 Bre Dedrickson ................................... 2000-01 Katie Anderson ................................... 1999-00 Bre Dedrickson ................................... 2001-02 Anik Côté ........................................... 2002-03

Most Wins, Career

33 23 15 12 5 5 2 2

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

Most Wins, Season

10 9 8 7 7 6 5

5

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

Most Losses, Career

71 40 39 37 22

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

Most Losses, Season

27 22 20 20 15 14 14 13

Emily Brookshaw .......................................... 2007-08 Zuzana Tomcikova ........................................ 2008-09 Emily Brookshaw .......................................... 2006-07 Janet Hicks .................................................... 1998-99 Bre Dedrickson ............................................. 2000-01 Bre Dedrickson ............................................. 1999-00 Anik Côté...................................................... 2003-04 Jill Luebke ..................................................... 2003-04

Most Points Scored, Season

2 1 1

Jill Luebke ..................................................... 2005-06 Janet Hicks .................................................... 1998-99 Bre Dedrickson ............................................. 2002-03

Lowest Goals-Against Average, Career (minimum 1000 minutes played)

2.98 3.09 3.50 3.77 4.02 6.90

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

(minimum 33% of team’s minutes played) 2.67 2.94 2.99 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.09 3.11

Emily Brookshaw........................................... 2004-05 Anik Côté...................................................... 2001-02 Emily Brookshaw .......................................... 2007-08 Emily Brookshaw .......................................... 2006-07 Jill Luebke ..................................................... 2005-06 Bre Dedrickson ............................................. 2001-02 Zuzana Tomcikova ........................................ 2008-09 Anik Côté...................................................... 2002-03

Highest Save Percentage, Career (minimum 1000 minutes played) .917 .911 .893 .889 .880 .859

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

Highest Save Percentage, Season (minimum 33% of team’s minutes played)

.918 .917 .914 .912 .908 .906 .905 .904 .894

Emily Brookshaw .......................................... 2007-08 Zuzana Tomcikova ........................................ 2008-09 Anik Côté...................................................... 2001-02 Emily Brookshaw........................................... 2004-05 Emily Brookshaw .......................................... 2005-06 Bre Dedrickson ............................................. 2001-02 Jill Luebke ..................................................... 2005-06 Emily Brookshaw .......................................... 2006-07 Anik Côté...................................................... 2002-03

Most Saves, Season 1072 1025 985 917 818 704 601 559 520 498 495

Emily Brookshaw .......................................... 2007-08 Zuzana Tomcikova ........................................ 2008-09 Emily Brookshaw .......................................... 2006-07 Janet Hicks .................................................... 1998-99 Bre Dedrickson ............................................. 2000-01 Bre Dedrickson ............................................. 1999-00 Bre Dedrickson ............................................. 2001-02 Jill Luebke ..................................................... 2005-06 Emily Brookshaw .......................................... 2005-06 Emily Brookshaw........................................... 2004-05 Jill Luebke.................................. ................... 2004-05

Most Saves, Career 3075 2379 1721 1640

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

1025 Zuzana Tomcikova ................................. 2008-Present 917 Janet Hicks .................................................... 1998-99 293 Katie Anderson ............................................. 1999-00

Most Saves, Game 66 58 58 57 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 Janet Hicks ..................................Feb. 19, 1999

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Goals Scored

Period 6 .................. 12/4/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 15-3) Game 15 .................. 12/4/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 15-3) Against, Period 8 ..............2/26/99 vs. Minnesota State (L, 0-12) 8 ....... 10/22/99 vs. Minnesota-Duluth (L, 3-12) Against, Game 16 ...............2/4/98 vs. Wisconsin-Superior (L, 1-16)

Shots on Goal

Most, Period 23 ........1/7/00 vs. Concordia-Moorhead (W, 9-0) Most Against, Period 32 ... 12/2/00 (third period) vs. Minnesota (L, 4-8) Most, Game 56 ........1/7/00 vs. Concordia-Moorhead (W, 9-0) Most Against, Game 76 ................2/20/99 vs. Minnesota State (L, 0-9) Fewest, Game 1 .....................11/14/98 vs. Minnesota (L, 0-10) Fewest Against, Game 7 ........1/7/00 vs. Concordia-Moorhead (W, 9-0)

Assists

Period 7 .......12/4/99 (first period) vs. Wayne State (W, 15-3) Game 13 .................. 12/4/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 15-3)

Points

Period 14 .......12/4/99 (first period) vs. Wayne State (W, 15-3) Game 28 ....................12/4/99 vs. Wayne State (W, 15-3)

Saves

Goals Scored

Fastest Goals

Power Play Shorthanded Fewest Power Play Shorthanded

Period 29 ......2/20/99 (first period) vs. Minnesota State (L, 0-9) Game 67 ................2/20/99 vs. Minnesota State (L, 0-9)

Goal to Start a Period 0:13 - 11/27/04 (second period) vs. St. Cloud State (L, 2-3) 0:24 - 1/6/02 (second period) vs. Findlay (W, 5-2)

Two Goals Scored

Most Against Least Against Most in a season Least in a season

0:08 2/23/01 1:57 (third period)-2:05 (third period) vs. Minnesota State (W, 5-2)

Shots on Goal

9

Assists

Consecutive Periods Scoring at Least One Goal second period vs. Wayne State (2/11/01 to first period vs. Wisconsin (3/3/01)

Games

Most... Played 36 ......... 2005-06 ............................................................ 2006-07 ............................................................ 2007-08 Won 16 ......... 1999-00 Won at Home 8 ........... 1999-00 Lost 29 ......... 2007-08 Tied 8 .......... 2001-02 Consecutive Wins 3 .......... 1999-00 3 .......... 2001-02 3 .......... 2006-07 Consecutive Home Wins 3.......... 1999-00 3 .......... 2007-08 Consecutive Losses 13 ........ 2007-SA Longest Unbeaten Streak .................. 8 (5-0-3) 10/12/01-11/10/02 Fewest... Won 2 ......... 1998-99 Lost 13 ........ 2001-02

Most, Game 13 ........................................................... 12/14/02 0-10 loss to Minnesota Duluth Fewest, Game 0 ............... 11/28/99 vs. Minnesota State (L, 1-4)

Penalty Minutes

Most, Game 45 ............ 3/2/00 vs. Minnesota Duluth (L, 0-10) Fewest, Game 0 ..............11/28/99 vs. Minnesota State (L, 1-4)

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Most

Most Fewest

Points Scored Most Fewest

Penalties Most Fewest

Penalty Minutes Most Fewest

Saves

Most Fewest Lowest GAA Most Shutouts

30 .............. 2001-02 10 .............. 1999-00 8 ............... 2007-08 0 .............. 2001-02 0 .............. 2004-05 183 ............. 2000-01 104 .............. 2001-02 119 ............. 1999-00 31 ............. 1998-99

1,312 ..........2007-08

144 ......... 1999-00 21 ........ 1998-99

263 ......... 1999-00 52 ........ 1998-99

241 ........ 2006-07 129 ........ 1998-99

515 ........ 2006-07 300 ........ 2001-02

1,260 ........ 2000-01 857 ........ 2003-04 3.02 ........ 2006-07 4 ......... 1999-00


BEMIDJI STATE

Women’s Hockey 2009-10 YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS Goals 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Assists 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Points

1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Jessica Bina ...........................................11 Kerri McEwen .....................................19 Amber Fryklund ...................................27 Amber Fryklund ...................................16 Amber Fryklund ...................................16 Kelly Hart ............................................10 N. Eckebrecht, K. Robinson, C. Napier 10 Nikki Eckebrecht .................................13 Helena Tageson, Jenn Sadler ..................9 A. Bauerfeld, J. Rising, L. Kissick ...........5 Erin Cody ............................................12 Jessica Bina .............................................5 Alicia Kinsman, Lill Raynard ...............19 Amber Fryklund ...................................22 Amber Fryklund ...................................20 Amber Fryklund ...................................21 Kelly Hart ............................................10 Kelly Hart ............................................10 Kelly Hart ............................................22 Kelly Hart ............................................14 Ashley Leopold, Erin Cody ...................6 Erin Cody ............................................16 Jessica Bina ...........................................16 Lill Raynard .........................................36 Amber Fryklund ...................................49 Amber Fryklund ...................................36 Amber Fryklund ...................................37 Kelly Hart ............................................20 Kelly Hart ............................................27 Kelly Hart ............................................30 Kelly Hart ............................................21 Erin Cody, Annie Bauerfeld .................10 Erin Cody ............................................28

Penalty Minutes 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Kirstin Peahl.........................................66 Lisa Peters ..........................................116 Lisa Peters ............................................56 Lisa Peters ............................................50 Mandy Bambrough ..............................52 Nikki Eckebrecht .................................60 Nikki Eckebrecht .................................62 Nikki Eckebrecht .................................80 Nikki Eckebrecht .................................71 Jackie Robertson...................................72 Jackie Robertson...................................62

Power-Play Goals

1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Jessica Bina .............................................3 Amy Shepler ..........................................5 Amber Fryklund .....................................6 A. Fryklund, L. Peters, C. Stimson .........5 Lill Raynard ...........................................5 Kelly Hart, Kate Robinson .....................3 Tara Hiscock ..........................................6 Jessica Pullar, Helena Tageson ................6 Tara Hiscock, Kelly Hart .......................3 Annie Bauerfeld .....................................2 Erin Cody, Erin Johnson ........................5

Shorthanded Goals 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06

Jessica Bina .............................................1 Lill Raynard, Amy Shepler .....................3 Amber Fryklund .....................................3 None Lill Raynard ...........................................1 N. Eckebrecht, G. Haché, H. Tageson....1 none Kate Robinson........................................1

2006-07 Kelly Hart, Tara Hiscock........................1 2007-08 E. Cody, J. Rising, T. Hiscock, L. Kissick ....1

Game-Winning Goals

1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Jessica Bina, Jennifer Retka ....................1 Kerri McEwen .......................................5 Betsy Hegland ........................................2 Amber Fryklund .....................................3 Amber Fryklund .....................................3 Kelly Hart ..............................................2 Carly Napier...........................................3 Jessica Pullar...........................................3 Tara Hiscock ..........................................3 E. Cody, T. Hiscock, L. Kissick, K. Koalska ....1 Erin Cody ..............................................2

Game-Tying Goals 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

None Kerri McEwen .......................................1 Lill Raynard ...........................................1 Amber Fryklund .....................................3 Four tied .................................................1 Nikki Eckebrecht ...................................1 None Lisa Kissick ............................................1 Kate Robinson, Nikki Eckebrecht ..........1 Eva Schwaerzler, Brooke Collins ............1 Annie Bauerfeld, Jackie Robertson .........1

Games Appeared In 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Janet Hicks ...........................................22 Bre Dedrickson ....................................25 Bre Dedrickson ....................................24 Bre Dedrickson ....................................21 Anik Côté ............................................19 Anik Côté ............................................19 Emily Brookshaw .................................23 Jill Luebke ............................................21 seven players .........................................36 six players .............................................36 12 players..............................................36

Minutes Played

1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Janet Hicks ..................................1252:45 Bre Dedrickson ...........................1458:50 Bre Dedrickson ...........................1290:16 Bre Dedrickson ...........................1218:10 Anik Côté ...................................1001:43 Anik Côté ...................................1066:02 Emily Brookshaw ........................1077:01 Jill Luebke ...................................1164:49 Emily Brookshaw ........................2080:46 Emily Brookshaw ........................1925:20 Zuzana Tomcikova ......................1805:29

Most Goals Against 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Saves

1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03

Janet Hicks .........................................144 Bre Dedrickson ....................................91 Bre Dedrickson ..................................108 Bre Dedrickson ....................................62 Anik Côté ............................................52 Jill Luebke ............................................72 Jill Luebke ............................................69 Jill Luebke ............................................59 Emily Brookshaw ...............................105 Emily Brookshaw .................................96 Zuzana Tomcikova ...............................93

2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Anik Côté ..........................................455 Emily Brookshaw ...............................498 Jill Luebke ..........................................559 Emily Brookshaw ...............................985 Emily Brookshaw .............................1072 Zuzana Tomcikova ...........................1025

Lowest Goals-Against Average (minimum 33% of team’s minutes played)

1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Janet Hicks ........................................6.90 Bre Dedrickson .................................3.74 Bre Dedrickson .................................5.02 Anik Côté .........................................2.94 Anik Côté .........................................3.11 Anik Côté .........................................3.43 Emily Brookshaw ..............................2.67 Jill Luebke .........................................3.04 Emily Brookshaw ..............................3.03 Emily Brookshaw ..............................2.99 Zuzana Tomcikova ............................3.09

Highest Save Percentage (minimum 33% of team’s minutes played)

1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Wins

1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Losses 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Janet Hicks .........................................859 Bre Dedrickson ..................................889 Bre Dedrickson ..................................883 Anik Côté ..........................................914 Anik Côté ..........................................894 Anik Côté ..........................................882 Emily Brookshaw ...............................912 Emily Brookshaw ...............................908 Emily Brookshaw ...............................904 Emily Brookshaw ...............................918 Zuzana Tomcikova .............................917 Janet Hicks .............................................2 Bre Dedrickson ......................................9 Bre Dedrickson ......................................7 Bre Dedrickson ......................................8 Anik Côté ..............................................5 Jill Luebke ..............................................3 Emily Brookshaw ...................................6 Jill Luebke ..............................................7 Emily Brookshaw .................................10 Emily Brookshaw ...................................3 Zuzana Tomcikova .................................5 Janet Hicks ...........................................20 Bre Dedrickson ....................................14 Bre Dedrickson ....................................15 Bre Dedrickson ......................................8 Anik Côté ............................................11 Anik Côté ............................................14 Emily Brookshaw .................................12 Jill Luebke ............................................12 Emily Brookshaw .................................20 Emily Brookshaw .................................27 Zuzana Tomcikova ...............................22

Janet Hicks .........................................876 Bre Dedrickson ..................................732 Bre Dedrickson ..................................818 Bre Dedrickson ..................................601 Anik Côté ..........................................437

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BEMIDJI STATE Women’s Hockey 2009-10 Ruthann Cantile 1998-01

1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 3 years

overall 2-20-0 15-18-2 9-24-1 26-62-3

1998-99

2-20-0 Head coach: Ruthann Cantile date rank opponent loc result N7 - - Gustavus Adolphus h L 2 - 4 N11 - - St. Benedict a L 1- 3 N14 - - Minnesota h L 0 - 10 N20 - - St. Mary’s a L 1- 5 N21 - - St. Mary’s a L 1- 7 D4 - - Wis.-Superior h L 1 - 16 D5 - - Wis.-Superior h L 2- 8 D31 - - St. Benedict 1 L 1- 6 J1 - - Augsburg h L 2- 8 J2 - - St. Mary’s 1 W 2- 1 J9 - - St. Mary’s h L 2- 5 J10 - - St. Mary’s h L 2- 6 J22 - - St. Cloud St. h L 1- 4 J23 - - St. Cloud St. h L 2- 7 J29 - - St. Cloud St. a W 7- 4 J30 - - St. Cloud St. a L 1- 8 F5 - - Wis.-Superior a L 1 - 12 F6 - - Wis.-Superior a L 2- 9 F19 - - Gustavus-Adolphus a L 0 - 8 F20 - - Minn. State a L 0- 9 F26 - - Minn. State h L 0 - 12 M3 - - St. Cloud St. a L 0- 4 1- Augsburg Tournament; Minneapolis, Minn.

1999-00

15-18-2, 5-17-2 WCHA/ 6th Head coach: Ruthann Cantile date rank opponent loc result O22 - - ^ Minn. Duluth a L 3 - 12 O23 - - ^ Minn. Duluth a L 6 - 8 O29 - - Wayne St. h W 7- 1 O30 - - Wayne St. h W 4- 0 N6 - - St. Benedict h W 5- 1 N13 - rv ^ Wisconsin 1 L 4- 7 N14 - rv ^ Wisconsin 1 L 1- 3 N19 - rv ^ Ohio St. h W 4- 3 N20 - rv ^ Ohio St. h W 3- 1 a W 2- 0 N22 - - Augsburg N26 - - ^ Minn. St. a L 3 - 4 ot N27 - - ^ Minn. St. a L 1- 4 D3 - - Wayne State a W 4 - 3 ot D4 - - Wayne State a W15 - 3 D10 - - ^ St. Cloud St. h W 4 - 1 D11 - - ^ St. Cloud St. h T 1 - 1 ot J7 - - Concordia-Mhd. a W 9 - 0 J8 - - Concordia-Mhd. h W 7 - 2 J10 - 6 ^ Minnesota h L 2- 4 J11 - 6 ^ Minnesota h L 1 - 11 J14 - - ^ Ohio St. a L 0- 2 J15 - - ^ Ohio St. a W 3- 2 J16 - - Findlay a W 4- 2 J21 - 5 ^ Minnesota a L 1- 6 J22 - 5 ^ Minnesota a L 0 - 10 J28 - - ^ Wisconsin h L 2- 4 J29 - - ^ Wisconsin h L 2- 6 F1 - - Gustavus Adolphus h W 6 - 0 F4 - - ^ Minn. St. h T 2 - 2 ot F5 - - ^ Minn. St. h L 4- 5 F11 - - ^ St. Cloud St. a L 1 - 3 F12 - - ^ St. Cloud St. a W 5 - 2 F19 - 6 ^ Minn. Duluth h L 0 - 6 F20 - 6 ^ Minn. Duluth h L 1 - 10 M2 - - Wisconsin 2 L 2- 9 ^ Western Collegiate Hockey Association game 1- Hobbs Ice Arena; Eau Claire, Wisc. 2- WCHA Tournament; Bloomington, Minn. “rank” reflects USA Today/American Hockey Magazine Coaches Poll

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ALL-TIME RESULTS

9-24-1 / 6-17-1 WCHA / 6th Head coach: Ruthann Cantile date rank opponent loc result O12 - rv Boston College a L 5 - 6 O14 - rv Maine a L 1- 4 O15 - rv Maine a L 2- 5 O20 - - Wayne St. h W 5- 3 O21 - - Wayne St. h L 0- 2 O28 - 4 ^ Minn. Duluth h L 1 - 12 O29 - 4 ^ Minn. Duluth h L 0 - 8 N3 - rv ^ Ohio St. h W 2- 1 N4 - rv ^ Ohio St. h L 2- 5 N10 - - ^ Minn. St. a W 1- 0 N11 - - ^ Minn. St. a W 3- 0 N12 - - Findlay h L 2- 6 N17 - 4 ^ Wisconsin h L 0- 8 N18 - 4 ^ Wisconsin h L 4 - 14 D1 - 3 ^ Minnesota a L 1- 9 D2 - 3 ^ Minnesota a L 4- 8 J7 - - ^ St. Cloud St. a W 4 - 3 J8 - - ^ St. Cloud St. a L 4 - 5 J12 - - ^ Ohio St. a L 4- 7 J13 - - ^ Ohio St. a L 1- 6 J14 - - Findlay a W 4- 1 J19 - - ^ St. Cloud St. h L 6 - 8 J20 - - ^ St. Cloud St. h T 4 - 4 ot J26 - 2 ^ Minn.-Duluth a L 2 - 9 J27 - 2 ^ Minn.-Duluth a L 1 - 6 F2 - 3 ^ Minnesota h L 1- 6 F3 - 3 ^ Minnesota h L 5- 8 F10 - - Wayne St. a W 7- 3 F12 - - Wayne St. a L 3- 6 F23 - - ^ Minn. St. h W 5- 2 F24 - - ^ Minn. St. h W 4- 2 M2 - 7 ^ Wisconsin a L 2- 4 M3 - 7 ^ Wisconsin a L 1- 7 M8 - 7 Wisconsin 1 L 2- 5 ^ Western Collegiate Hockey Association game 1 WCHA Tournament; Rochester, Minn.

overall 9-17-7 5-27-2 9-24-2 4-12-2 27-80-13

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2002-05

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12-13-8 / 7-11-6 WCHA / 5th Head coach: Jason Lesteberg date rank opponent loc result O12 - 10 ^ Ohio St. h L 2O13 - 10 ^ Ohio St. h T 2O19 - - Wayne St. h W 4O20 - - Wayne St. h W 5O26 - rv ^ St. Cloud St. h W 8 O27 - rv ^ St. Cloud St. h T 4 N2 - - ^ Minn. St. a W 4N3 - - ^ Minn. St. a W 4N10 - 7 ^ Minnesota a T 2N11 - 7 ^ Minnesota a L 0D1 - rv Mercyhurst h T 3D2 - rv Mercyhurst h L 1D8 - rv ^ Wisconsin a L 1D9 - rv ^ Wisconsin a W 5D15 - 1 ^ Minn. Duluth h L 1 D16 - 1 ^ Minn. Duluth h L 1 J4 - rv ^ Ohio State a W 3J5 - rv ^ Ohio State a L 1J6 - - Findlay a W 5J12 - 2 ^ Minnesota h T 2J13 - 2 ^ Minnesota h L 2J18 - - Wayne St. a W 5-

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9-17-7 / 5-13-6 WCHA / 5th Head coach: Bruce Olson date rank opponent loc result O4 - - Mercyhurst a L 0- 1 O5 - - Mercyhurst a L 1- 2 O12 - - ^St. Cloud St. a W 2- 1 O13 - - ^St. Cloud St. a L 2- 4 O20 - - North Dakota h T 3 - 3 ot O25 - - ^Minn. St. a W 6- 2 O26 - - ^Minn. St. a L 1- 2 N1 - - ^Ohio St. h T 1 - 1 ot N2 - - ^Ohio St. h W 4- 2 N8 - 1 ^Minnesota a L 1- 4 N9 - 1 ^Minnesota a T 2 - 2 ot N16 - - North Dakota a W 5- 3 N17 - - North Dakota a W 4- 0 D6 - 9 ^Wisconsin h T 2 - 2 ot D7 - 9 ^Wisconsin h L 0- 4 D13 - 2 ^Minn. Duluth h L 0 - 9 D14 - 2 ^Minn. Duluth a L 0 - 10 J10 - - ^Minn. St. h T 2 - 2 ot J11 - - ^Minn. St. h T 3 - 3 ot J18 - - North Dakota h L 1- 2 J24 - - ^St. Cloud St. h W 3- 1 J25 - - ^St. Cloud St. h W 6- 1 F1 - 3 ^Minnesota h L 0- 7 F2 - 3 ^Minnesota h L 2- 7 F8 - 6 ^Wisconsin a L 3- 5 F9 - 6 ^Wisconsin a L 1- 5 F14 - - Findlay h W 4- 3 F15 - - Findlay h W 5- 1 F22 - 2 ^Minn. Duluth h L 0 - 10 F23 - 2 ^Minn. Duluth a L 3 - 11 F28 - - ^Ohio State a T 3 - 3 ot M1 - - ^Ohio State a L 2- 6 M6 - - Ohio State 1 L 3 - 4 ot ^ Western Collegiate Hockey Association game 1 WCHA Play-In Game; Grand Forks, N.D.

Jason Lesteberg 2001-02 1 year

J19 - - Wayne St. a W 5- 3 J20 - - Findlay a T 2 - 2 ot F3 - 3 ^ Minn. Duluth a T 3 - 3 ot F4 - 3 ^ Minn. Duluth a L 1 - 5 F8 - - ^ MInn. St. h W 5- 1 F9 - - ^ Minn. St. h T 2 - 2 ot F15 - - ^ St. Cloud St. a L 3 - 6 F16 - - ^ St. Cloud St. a W 5 - 3 M1 - 8 ^ Wisconsin h L 3- 6 M2 - 8 ^ Wisconsin h L 1- 4 M7 - rv Ohio St. 1 L 3- 5 ^ Western Collegiate Hockey Association game 1 WCHA Tournament; Minnesota, Minn.

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N7 - 7 ^Wisconsin h L 1- 4 N8 - 7 ^Wisconsin h L 0- 2 N21 - - ^Ohio St. a L 1- 2 N22 - - ^Ohio St. a L 0- 4 N25 - - Findlay a W 3- 1 N26 - - Findlay a L 2- 4 D5 - 1 ^Minnesota a L 0- 7 D6 - 1 ^Minnesota a L 1- 6 D12 - - ^St. Cloud St. h W 5- 3 D13 - - ^St. Cloud St. h W 5- 2 J9 - - ^St. Cloud St. a L 3- 7 J10 - - ^St. Cloud St. a L 1- 3 J16 - - North Dakota h L 2- 5 J18 - - North Dakota a L 2- 4 J23 - 10 ^Ohio St. h W 4 - 3 ot J24 - 10 ^Ohio St. h L 1- 3 J31 - 3 ^Minnesota h L 1- 4 F1 - 3 ^Minnesota h L 0- 4 F6 - - North Dakota h L 1- 5 F8 - - North Dakota a L 3- 5 F13 - 6 ^Minn. Duluth h L 0 - 8 F14 - 6 ^Minn. Duluth h L 0 - 6 F20 - rv ^Minn. State a T 2 - 2 ot F21 - rv ^Minn. State a L 1- 4 M6 - 5 ^Wisconsin a L 0- 6 M7 - 5 ^Wisconsin a L 1- 2 ^ Western Collegiate Hockey Association game

2004-05

9-24-2 / 5-22-1 WCHA / 8th Head coach: Bruce Olson date rank opponent loc result O9 - 8 Mercyhurst a W 2- 1 O10 - 8 Mercyhurst a L 2- 4 O16 - 4 ^Wisconsin a L 2- 8 O17 - 4 ^Wisconsin a L 0- 4 O22 - 1 ^Minnesota h L 0- 5 O23 - 1 ^Minnesota h L 2- 5 O29 - 4 ^Minn. Duluth h L 0 - 6 O30 - 4 ^Minn. Duluth h L 1 - 2 N6 - - ^North Dakota a L 4 - 6 N7 - - ^North Dakota a W 5 - 2 N12 - - ^Minn. State h L 3- 5 N13 - - ^Minn. State h L 2- 4 N19 - - ^ Ohio State a L 1- 4 N21 - - ^ Ohio State a L 2- 4 N26 - - ^ St. Cloud St. h L 2 - 3 N27 - - ^ St. Cloud St. h L 2 - 3 D3 - - Wayne St. (Mich) a W 4 - 1 D4 - - Wayne St. (Mich) a W 2 - 1 J1 - - Cornell h W 6- 4 J2 - - Cornell h T 2 - 2 ot J7 - 1 ^Minnesota a L 0- 2 J8 - 1 ^Minnesota a L 0- 5 J14 - - ^St. Cloud St. a T 4 - 4 ot J15 - - ^St. Cloud St. a W 2- 0 J29 - 3 ^Minn. Duluth a L 2 - 6 J30 - 3 ^Minn. Duluth a L 0 - 4 F4 - - ^Ohio State h L 1- 5 F5 - - ^Ohio State h L 3- 4 F11 - - ^Minn. State a W 3- 0 F12 - - ^Minn. State a W 1- 0 F18 - 4 ^Wisconsin h L 0- 7 F19 - 4 ^Wisconsin h L 0- 1 F25 - - ^North Dakota h W 5 - 1 F26 - - ^North Dakota h L 1 - 2 M3 - 1 Minnesota 1 L 3- 6 ^ Western Collegiate Hockey Association game 1 WCHA Tournament; Minneapolis, Minn.

2005-06

4-12-2 / 3-11-0 WCHA / 8th Head coach: Bruce Olson date rank opponent loc result O7 - - Wayne State h T 1O8 - - Wayne State h W 2O14 - 4 ^Minnesota h L 0O15 - 4 ^Minnesota h L 2O21 - - ^St. Cloud St. a L 2O22 - - ^St. Cloud St. a L 1N4 - 10 ^Minnesota St. h L 0 N5 - 10 ^Minnesota St. h W 2 N11 - 7 Mercyhurst h T 2-

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Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hockey 2009-10 N12 - 7 Mercyhurst h L 2- 4 N18 - 2 ^Minn. Duluth a L 0 - 3 N19 - 2 ^Minn. Duluth a L 1 - 5 N25 - - ^Ohio State h L 2- 4 N26 - - ^Ohio State h W 5- 2 D3 - 4 ^Wisconsin h L 3 - 10 D4 - 4 ^Wisconsin h L 1- 4 D10 - - ^North Dakota a L 0 - 4 D11 - - ^North Dakota a W 6 - 1 ^ Western Collegiate Hockey Association game 1 WCHA Tournament; Minneapolis, Minn.

7-11-0 / 7-9-0 WCHA / 6th Interm Head Coach: Jim Ingman/Sis Paulsen D30 - - Cornell a L 2- 4 D31 - - Cornell a L 1- 2 J6 - 5 ^Minnesota a L 2- 7 J7 - 5 ^Minnesota a W 2- 1 J13 - 4 ^Minn. Duluth h L 3 - 4 J14 - 4 ^Minn. Duluth h L 3 - 4 J20 - - ^Minnesota St. a W 2 - 1 J21 - - ^Minnesota St. a L 2 - 5 J28 - 1 ^Wisconsin a L 2- 4 J29 - 1 ^Wisconsin a L 1- 3 F3 - - ^North Dakota h W 5 - 4 ot F4 - - ^North Dakota h W 1 - 0 ot F10 - - ^Ohio State a W 2- 1 F11 - - ^Ohio Staet a W 5- 4 F24 - 9 ^St. Cloud St. h W 5- 1 F25 - 9 ^St. Cloud St. h L 0- 4 M3 6 5 ^1Minn. Duluth a L 2 - 7 M4 6 5 ^1Minn. Duluth a L 0 - 3 ^ Western Collegiate Hockey Association game

Steve Sertich 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 3 years

2006-present overall

11-20-5 4-29-3 6-25-5 21-74-13

2006-07

11-20-5 / 9-15-4 WCHA / 6th Head Coach: Steve Sertich date rank opponent loc result O6 - 2 New Hampshire a L 0 O7 - - Maine a L 2O13 - - ^St. Cloud State h W 6 O14 - - ^St. Cloud State h W 4 O20 - 4 ^Minn. Duluth a L 2 O21 - 4 ^Minn. Duluth a L 0 O27 - - Niagara h W 2O28 - - Niagara h L 1N10 - - ^Ohio State h L 1N11 - - ^Ohio State h T 1N18 - 1 ^Wisconsin h L 2N19 - 1 ^Wisconsin h L 2N24 - - Vermont a T 3N25 - - Vermont a W 3D1 - 4 ^Minnesota h L 1D2 - 4 ^Minnesota h L 2D8 - - ^Minn. State a W 5D9 - - ^Minn. State a L 1D16 - - ^North Dakota a W 3 D17 - - ^North Dakota a W 2 J5 - 9 ^Ohio State a W 2J6 - 9 ^Ohio State a T 1J12 - - ^North Dakota h W 4 J13 - - ^North Dakota h W 1 J20 - 9 ^Minn. Duluth h L 0 J21 - 9 ^Minn. Duluth h L 1 J26 - - ^St. Cloud State a L 1 J27 - - ^St. Cloud State a T 2 F2 - - ^Minn. State h L 1F3 - - ^Minn. State h T 3F9 - 8 ^Minnesota a W 2-

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

F10 - 8 ^Minnesota a L 3- 5 F16 - 2 ^Wisconsin a L 0- 2 F17 - 2 ^Wisconsin a L 0- 6 F23 - 9 ^1Minnesota a L 1- 5 F24 - 9 ^1Minnesota a L 1- 4 ^ Western Collegiate Hockey Association game 1 WCHA Tournament; Minneapolis, Minn.

2007-08

4-29-3 / 1-25-2 WCHA / 8th Head Coach: Steve Sertich date rank opponent loc result O5 - - ^Minn. State h L 1- 3 O6 - - ^Minn. State h T 2 - 2 ot O13 - 5 ^Minn. Duluth a L 0 - 4 O14 - 5 ^Minn. Duluth a L 0 - 1 O19 - - ^North Dakota a L 0 - 1 O20 - - ^North Dakota a L 0 - 3 N2 - 10 ^Ohio State a L 2- 6 N3 - 10 ^Ohio State a L 1- 6 N9 - - Niagara a T 2 - 2 ot N10 - - Niagara a L 1- 2 N16 - - Robert Morris h W 3 - 2 N17 - - $Robert Morris h L 0 - 1 N23 - 2 ^Wisconsin h L 0- 7 N24 - 2 ^Wisconsin h T 0 - 0 ot N30 - 6 ^Minnesota a L 0- 5 D1 - 6 ^Minnesota a L 0- 1 D8 - - ^St, Cloud State h L 0 - 1 D9 - - ^St. Cloud State h L 1 - 4 D29 - - ^Vermont h W4- 1 D30 - - ^Vermont h W3- 2 J4 - 9 ^St. Cloud State a L 0 - 1 J5 - 9 ^St. Cloud State a L 1 - 3 J11 - - ^North Dakota h W 4 - 1 J12 - - ^North Dakota h L 0 - 1 J18 - 2 ^Minn. Duluth h L 1 - 5 J19 - 2 ^Minn. Duluth h L 1 - 6 F1 - 4 ^Minnesota h L 1- 5 F2 - 4 ^Minnesota h L 1- 4 F8 - - ^Minn. State a L 1- 3 F9 - - ^Minn. State a L 2- 5 F15 - 5 ^Wisconsin a L 0- 4 F16 - 5 ^*Wisconsin a L 0- 3 F22 - - ^Ohio State h L 3- 6 F23 - - ^Ohio State h L 2- 3 F29 - 3 1Minn. Duluth a L 0 - 6 M1 - 3 1Minn. Duluth a L 1 - 5 ^ Western Collegiate Hockey Association game 1 WCHA Tournament; Duluth, Minn. * Verona, Wisc. - Eagleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Nest $ Grand Rapids, Minn. - IRA Civic Center

J31 - - ^North Dakota a T 0 - 0 sw F6 - 3 ^Minn. Duluth h L 2 - 3 F7 - 3 ^Minn. Duluth h L 0 - 9 F13 - - ^St. Cloud State h T 3 - 3 sw F14 - - ^St. Cloud State h L 1 - 4 F20 - 2 ^Wisconsin a L 0- 3 F21 - 2 ^Wisconsin a L 2- 5 F27 - 1 @Minnesota a L 1- 4 F28 - 1 @Minnesota a L 1- 5 ^ Western Collegiate Hockey Association game @ WCHA Tournament; Minneapolis, Minn. * U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game - Eveleth, Minn.

2008-09

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BEMIDJI STATE Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hockey 2009-10 ALL-TIME NUMERICAL ROSTER 1

Name Janet Hicks Bre Dedrickson Crystal Zace Millisa Smith

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Name Tiffany Berglund Kerri McEwen Sarah Saunders * Sarah Zuelke Jackie Robertson

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Name Becky Kimber Beth Brown Tamara Miller Megan Hemenway Laura Lankton

4

Name Kirstin Peahl Amber Fryklund Tara Hiscock

5

Name Meghann Bettinger Melissa Vaillant * Kaisa Brehmer Tamara Price Nicole Rawlings

6

Name Ashley Salberg * Caesare Stimson Andrea Carlson Jessica Tyra Kaylee Keys

7

Name Lisa Peters Kelly Hart Carissa Ketcher

8

Name Katie Isebrand Mary Short Katy Dixon Emily Curcuruto Wendy Bergh * Erin Johnson

9

Name Tonya Steinbring Tami Newton Jenny Hocum Jenn Sadler Annie Bauerfeld

10

Name Christine Kleven * Sarah Zuelke Jaime LeDuc Emily Erickson

11

Name Lacey Erickson Cassi Petsch Casey Irving Erin Babineau

12

Name Camilla Trane Jenny Schnickel Allison Johanson Lexy Parenteau

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Years 1998-99 1999-03 2003-04 2004-06 Years 1998-99 1999-03 2003-04 2004-06 2006-present

Hometown Portage, Mich. Eagan, Minn. La Grange Park, Ill. Elk River, Minn. Hometown Bemidji, Minn. Thunder Bay, Ontario Rosemount, Minn. Chaska, Minn. Inver Grove Heights, Minn.

Years 1998-99 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-06

Hometown Duluth, Minn. Hibbing, Minn. Bethel, Minn. Winnipeg, Manitoba Houghton, Mich.

Years 1998-00 2000-03 2004-08

Hometown St. Charles, Mich. Hibbing, Minn. Turtle River, Minn.

Years 1998-99 1999-00 2000-02 2004-05 2006-present

Hometown Farmington, Minn. Thunder Bay, Ontario Apple Valley, Minn. Cloquet, Minn. Maplewood, Minn.

Years 1999-00 2000-01 2001-04 2006-08 2008-present

Hometown Grand Forks, N.D. Chisago Lakes, Minn. St. Cloud, Minn. Fridley, Minn. St. Paul, Minn.

Years 1999-03 2003-07 2007-09 Years 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2002-04 2005-08 2008-present

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Name Helena Tageson Erin Cody

14

Name Angie Lindberg Jenna Grimsrud * Caesare Stimson Stephanie Hoard Missy Schleicher Monica Rawlings Erika Wheelhouse

15

Name Jen Retka Katie Ward Whitney Sears Marlee Wheelhouse

16

Name Beth Goddard Kelly McEwen Alana Burns Lisa Kissick * Eva Schwaerzler MacKenzie Thurston

17

Name Jessica Bina Nicky Kluck Kailee Jaeger Sadie Lundquist

18

Name Kristie Hofer Nina Ziegenhals Julie Rising Keirstin Visser

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Years 2003-07 2007-present

Hometown Malmo, Sweden Roseville, Minn.

Years 1998-99 1999-01 2001-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-09 2009-present

Hometown Duluth, Minn. Anoka, Minn. Chisago Lakes, Minn. Thief River Falls, Minn. Waupun, Wisc. Maplewood, Minn. Crookston, Minn.

Years 1998-99 2001-03 2005-06 2008-present

Hometown South St. Paul, Minn. Chaska, Minn. Nanton, Alberta Crookston, Minn.

Years 1998-99 1999-01 2003-04 2005-08 2008-09 2009-present

Hometown Thief River Falls, Minn. Thunder Bay, Ontario Champlin, Minn. Carman, Manitoba Dornbirn, Austria Kanata, Ontario

Years 1998-01 2001-05 2006-08 2009-present

Hometown Grand Forks, N.D. Delano, Minn. Devils Lake, N.D. Cloquet, Minn.

Years 1999-02 2003-06 2007-08 2009-present

Hometown Kalamazoo, Mich. Sankt Augustin, Germany Millbrae, Calif. Crapaud,Prince Edward Isl.

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Name Ann Thompson Trish Hulse Amanda Ferwerda Aimee Collins Ashley Leopold

25

Name Candice Denigan * Melissa Schaeffer Kate Robinson Montana Vichorek

26

Name Renae Kaip Crystal Sorenson

27

Name * Melissa Schaeffer Franny Dorr

29

Name Jennifer Bauer Kim Lieder

30

Name Laura Pogreba Anik Cote Emily Brookshaw

31

Name Amber Parks Alana McElhinney

33

Name Katie Anderson Jill Luebke Jessica Ptachick

Hometown Steinbach, Manitoba Ajax, Ontario Mound, Minn.

Name Leah Kiel Katherine Dunlop Ashley Medori Brooke Collins

Years 1998-99 1999-00 2001-05 2005-09

Hometown Brainerd, Minn. Castlegar, British Columbia Eden Prairie, Minn. Toronto, Ontario Hallock, Minn. Farmington, Minn.

20 Name Betsy Hegland Nikki Eckebrecht * Eva Schwaerzler Brittany DeBoer

Years 1999-03 2003-07 2007-08 2008-present

Hometown Farmington, Minn. Hamilton, Ontario Dornbirn, Austria Spring Lake Park, Minn.

Years 1998-99 1999-00 2000-04 2004-08 2009-present

Hometown Cheboygan, Mich. Apple Valley, Minn. Petit Rocer, New Brunswick Elk River, Minn. Crete, Ill.

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Hometown Plymouth, Minn. Carman, Manitoba Toronto, Ontario Forest Lake, Minn. Eagan, Minn.

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Hometown St. Paul, Minn. Fargo, N.D. Mississuaga, Ontario Toronto, Ontario Farmington, Minn. Walker, Minn.

Years 1998-99 1999-00 2001-03 2003-07 2007-present

Hometown Rogers, Minn. Cottage Grove, Minn. Rochester, Minn. Pickering, Ontario Woodbury, Minn.

Years 1999-01 2002-04 2004-08 2008-present

Hometown Red Lake Falls, Minn. Chaska, Minn. International Falls, Minn. Coleraine, Minn.

Years 2000-01 2002-05 2006-08 2008-present

Hometown Aurora, Colo. New Prague, Minn. Okotoks, Alberta St. Paul, Minn.

Years 1998-99 2001-05 2005-06 2007-present

Hometown MoInycke, Sweden Coon Rapids, Minn. Flagstaff, Ariz. Franconia, Minn.

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Name Tara Maltby * Kaisa Brehmer Guylaine Hache Jessica Pullar Hayley Williams

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Name Jamie Carlson Tara Reid Mandy Bambrough Keeta Koalska Lauren Williams

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Name Julie Hamm Crystal Bumgartner Melissa Meech Carly Napier * Erin Johnson Molly Arola

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Hometown Pequot Lakes, Minn. London, Ontario Onoway, Alberta Pilot Mound, Manitoba

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Name Jamie Hatheway

Years 1998-99 1999-00 2001-02 2004-06 2006-present

Hometown Superior, Neb. Eagle River, Alaska Madison, Wisc. Pilot Mound, Manitoba Afton, Minn.

Years 1999-00 2002-03 2003-07 2008-present

Hometown Nine Mile Falls, Wash. Milwaukee, Wisc. Shanty Bay, Ontario Moose Lake, Minn.

Years 1999-00 2002-03

Hometown Radville, Saskatchewan Bemidji, Minn.

Years 2003-06 2006-present

Hometown Milwaukee, Wisc. Roseville, Minn.

Years 2006-08 2009-present

Hometown St. Catharines, Ontario Roseville, Minn.

Years 1999-00 2000-04 2004-08

Hometown Sauk Rapids, Minn. Grand Falls, New Brunswick Webster, Wisc.

Years 1998-99 2008-present

Hometown Park Rapids, Minn. Calgary, Alberta

Years 1999-02 2002-06 2006-08

Hometown Salem, Wisc. Neenah, Wisc. Apple Valley, Minn.

Years 2008-present

Hometown Praha, Czech Republic

Years 2004-08

Hometown Elk River, Minn.

Years 1999-03

Hometown Royal Oak, Mich.

Years 1999-03

Hometown Priceville, Ontario

Years 1999-03

Hometown Clifford, Ontario

Years 2008-present

Hometown Bratislava, Slovakia

Years 2009-present

Hometown Trenton, Ontario

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BEMIDJI STATE

Women’s Hockey 2009-10 JOHN S. GLAS FIELDHOUSE

BSU at the Glas

Since making its debut as a varsity program in 1998-99, Bemidji

State’s women’s ice hockey program has steadily developed a solid home-ice reputation. In 1999-00, when the program won a school-record eight games on its home ice, the BSU women put together a school-record eightgame home unbeaten streak. The team went 7-0-1 during that streak. BSU survived a brutal home schedule in 2001-02, posting a 4-75 record in a 16-game home slate which included 12 games against teams ranked or receiving votes in the USA Today / American Hockey Coaches Association Coaches Poll at the time of the game. BSU picked up one win and four ties in those 12 games. The next three seasons the Beavers posted an 11-32-5 mark facing the eventual national champions in all three of those seasons at home. In 2002-03, BSU picked up two weekend series sweeps at home, the first coming against St. Cloud State University on Jan. 24-25, 2002, and the second coming against Findlay on Feb. 14-15, 2003. The Beavers struggled in 2003-04 and 2004-05 picking up just six wins at home with just one weekend sweep against St. Cloud State on Dec. 12-13, 2003. The 2005-06 season saw the Beavers post their best home record

The John S. Glas Fieldhouse debuted as the fourth home of the Bemidji State men’s ice hockey program on Nov. 17, 1967 with the introduction of the Fieldhouse Expansion to the BSU Physical Education Complex. In the 36 seasons since, the BSU men developed one of the most secure homeice advantages in college hockey playing at the Glas, and in 1998 the storied Fieldhouse became the home of BSU’s women’s ice hockey program. The Bemidji State women have posted a 48-103-22 record all-time in their home arena, including a school-record 8-7-2 home-ice campaign in 1999-00. BSU finished 5-9-2 at home in 2006-07, but that record came against a tough schedule that saw the Beavers play six of 16 home games against teams ranked or receiving votes in the coaches poll. Perhaps BSU’s most dramatic home weekend came Jan. 12-13, 2002, against the then No. 2-ranked Minnesota Golden Gophers. BSU skated to a 2-2 draw in Game 1 of that series, and saw a 2-0 lead evaporate when the team lost a tough 3-2 overtime decision in Game 2. At one stretch in the series, BSU goaltender Anik Cote held the Gophers without a goal for a span of 82:00. Final plans for the $970,000 Fieldhouse expansion were laid in the mid-1960s under the direction of then-BSU President Dr. Harry Bangsberg and Athletics Director Dr. Vic Weber. The Minnesota legislature granted authority to build the expansion in 1965, and the fieldhouse expansion was dedicated on Feb. 10, 1968. In addition to its role as BSU’s home facility for both men’s and women’s ice hockey, the Glas Fieldhouse also plays a prominent role in a variety of events for the BSU and Bemidji communities. High school contests and area youth figure skating shows occur while the ice is in place, and when the ice is removed the building plays host to events varying from the annual Jaycees Home, Sport and Travel Show to BSU’s commencement ceremonies.

John S. Glas

From the time of its completion until Oct. 1, 1975, BSU’s hockey facility held the name of BSU Fieldhouse. But it was renamed in honor of the retiring John S. Glas (right), the acting president of Bemidji State University at the time of the arena’s completion. Glas arrived in Bemidji in 1939 to serve as business manager under then-BSU President Charles R. Sattgast and would remain with BSU for 36 years. When Glas arrived, the campus consisted of just two buildings - Deputy and Stanford halls - which served as the educational environment for the institution’s 340 students. In 1957, Glas was appointed assistant to the president, and in 1968 he was elevated to Vice President for Administrative Affairs and later earned the title Vice President Emeritus. The decision to rename the Fieldhouse was recommended by the Men’s Physical Education Department. The Long Range Planning Committee endorsed the change, and President Dr. R.D. Decker submitted a request to the State University Board that it officially name the fieldhouse for Glas, “in recognition of his long and dedicated service to Bemidji State University.”

at home with a 5-8-2 mark since the 2002-03 season when they were 5-6-3. The Beavers picked up their biggest win since making its Division I debut with a 2-1 win over then-No. 5 Minnesota on Jan. 7, 2006, at Ridder Arena. The 2006-07 saw the Beavers continue to improve as they once again upset the Gophers with a 2-0 shutout win on Feb. 9, 2007, at Ridder Arena. The Beavers ended the season with a 5-9-2 mark at home. Bemidji State picked up two weekend series sweeps at home in 2006-07 with a sweep over St. Cloud State on Oct. 13-14, 2006, and then a sweep over North Dakota on Jan. 12-13, 2007, at the John S. Glas Fieldhouse. Bemidji State had a 4-12-2 home record in the 2007-08 season. The Beavers had one of the biggest games in school history on Nov. 24, 2007, when they tied then-No. 2-ranked Wisconsin at home. The Badgers became the highest-ranked opponent to get shut out by BSU in school history. Despite winning only three games at home during the 2008-09 campaign, BSU recorded four ties and posted one shutout. All three wins and three of the four ties came against WCHA opponents.

All-Time Record at the Glas Home Shutouts GF 1998-99 0-10-0 1999-00 8-7-2 2000-01 4-10-1 2001-02 4-7-5 2002-03 5-6-3 2003-04 4-13-1 2004-05 2-13-1 2005-06 5-8-2 2006-07 5-9-2 2007-08 4-12-2 2008-09 3-8-4 TOTAL 44-103-23 per-game scoring

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The Bemidji area is home to a population of more than 30,000 and includes the Leech Lake, White Earth, and Red Lake Indian Reservations, and Lake Itasca, the headwaters to the Mississippi River. The City of Bemidji provides a focus for educational, business, and medical services. Recreational and cultural activities reflect a multicultural heritage that includes American Indian, European and Canadian influences.

a steel-reinforced concrete bridge. At the southern end of Minnesota Avenue lies the Great Northern Depot, completed in 1913. On the Historic Register, the Depot is the last early 20th century railroad building left in its original condition.

Bemidji is a “golden city” along the river’s bank, only miles from where the mighty Mississippi River begins its 2,552 mile journey to New Orleans and the Gulf of Mexico, a city at the center of the legends of Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox.

Other examples of historic architecture include the Beltrami County Courthouse built in 1902. Across the street you’ll find the 1917 Colonial Revival-style former Post Office.

Bemidji’s natural beauty and bounty as a meeting or group tour destination is also enhanced with historic character. From world renown statues and architecture listed on the National Register of Historic Places, to ancient earth mounds and burial grounds, the past takes an interesting turn in Bemidji. Bemidji’s waterfront is home to the world-famous statues of Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Nearby is Bemidji’s Tourist Information Center. In addition to Paul Bunyan memorabilia, The Bunyan House features the Fireplace of States built with stones from every state in the U.S. and Canadian provinces. To the north, you’ll encounter Library Park and the statue of Bemidji’s founding Chief Bemidji, as well as the Community Arts Center in the Carnegie Building, also on the National Register. At the south end of Lake Bemidji is Nymore Beach, site of the Crookston Lumber Co. The burning of the mill in 1924 marked the end of the county’s logging era. On the way into Bemidji, you may cross over the historic Mississippi River Bridge, built in 1916. This structure is listed on the National Register as one of the earliest examples of

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The Commercial Building on Third Street, built in 1910, is cited in the Architecture of Minnesota Guide as a successful prairie-style solution for a single-story building.

Perhaps Bemidji’s best-known historic district is the eightblock section of Lake Boulevard. Once known as Bemidji’s “Gold Coast,” among the many venerable homes to be viewed is the Dr. Johnson House built in 1910 with a showcase garden. The Bacon House was also built in 1910, later used for a Catholic convent. An unusual log structure, the Fisk House was reconstructed log-by-log at the present site. Judge Fisk enjoyed entertaining many distinguished guests, including writer F. Scott Fitzgerald. Further along you’ll find Warfield House, the 1912 home of the man who built Bemidji’s electric light plant. Two lady teachers resided at the 1930s Parker & Mangelsdorf House, also known for its large, informal gardens. Birchmont Drive displays two art deco classics built in 1937, one with a semicircular glass projection, is located at Bemidji State University, the only lakeshore campus in the state with architecture dating back to 1919. Located about midway between Minneapolis/St. Paul to the south and Winnipeg, Canada to the north, Bemidji has easy access by air, motor carrier, and automobile to metropolitan areas and international airports.


BEMIDJI STATE

Women’s Hockey 2009-10 BEMIDJI STATE UNIVERSIT Y Goals

Bemidji State approaches the 21st century with a deep sense of commitment to its region, a national reputation for quality programming and an international perspective for its 5,020 students. Founded on a sound liberal education, university programs are designed to educate students so that they may live as responsible, productive and free citizens in a global society.

History

Bemidji State began as a state Normal school in 1919, became a leading teachers’ college in the region, and achieved University status in 1975. Currently, BSU recognizes over 28,000 alumni.

Academic Program

The only baccalaureate institution in northern Minnesota, Bemidji State

offers more than 65 major fields of study housed in one of three major colleges: Arts and Letters, Social and Natural Sciences, and Professional Studies. Quality education is a priority at BSU, as many programs have earned national acclaim. The accounting program ranks among the nation’s Top 10 in preparing students for the CPA examination, and scientific research has gained national exposure in a variety of fields.

Students / Faculty

Nearly 70 percent of Bemidji State students come from northern Minnesota, but the University broadens its services to attract students and faculty from diverse backgrounds and aspirations. Through teaching and informed attention to the educational needs of students, the university seeks to instill the spark of openness and commitment for lifelong learning. In fact, many BSU faculty members continue to pursue knowledge as specialists and educators in their fields.

Location

Bemidji State University lies in the heart of the city of Bemidji, midway between Minneapolis/St. Paul and Winnipeg, deep within Minnesota’s lakes and forest region. With stands of pine, oak and birch reflecting the nearby presence of the northern woods, the east side of campus lines the shores of Lake Bemidji. The city of Bemidji, which serves a population of approximately 40,000, provides a regional focus for educational, business and medical services. Entertainment and activities include lively downtown Bemidji, shopping malls, theatre, art, downhill and cross country skiing and various forms of water recreation.

Facilities

The modern campus spans 89 acres on the shores of Lake Bemidji, including the recently-renovated Physical Education Complex which houses the John S. Glas Fieldhouse, host to several NCAA Championships. The BSU Gymnasium hosts the basketball and volleyball events, and a 3,000 square foot weight room, human performance laboratory, indoor track, tennis, racquetball and swimming areas complete the complex. Football fans can catch a spectacular view of Lake Bemidji through the east end zone of Chet Anderson Stadium.

Financial Aid / Scholarships

Eighty-two percent of students at Bemidji State receive some form of financial assistance. More than $16 million was awarded last year to students, including $6 million in grants and scholarships.

Internships

Each year, students complete internships with the NASA space program in Houston, Disneyland, Compaq, Rubbermaid and a host of architectural firms.

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Chet Anderson Stadium is home to BSU’s football and outdoor track and field programs. It is one of just three collegiate football stadiums in the nation with a lakeside setting.

BSU Baseball Field plays host to the Beaver baseball program in the spring. The stadium grandstand was completed for the 2002 season and the facility underwent a $170,000 renovation project including the installation of new dugouts and a FairPaly electronic LED scoreboard in 2007.

BSU Gymnasium is the home of BSU’s men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball programs. BSU’s men and women each won a home-court first-round NSIC playoff game in 2004.

Bemidji State’s softball program plays its home contests at the BSU Softball Field, adjacent to the baseball field. In the spring of 2008, the school unveiled a new permanent scoreboard at the facility.

John S. Glas Fieldhouse is the legendary home of BSU’s men’s and women’s ice hockey programs. BSU’s men have won five national championships in the building.

The BSU indoor track and tennis teams make their home in the Gillett Recreation/ Fitness Center. One of the finest indoor facilities in the region, the center also serves as the campus recreational center.

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BEMIDJI STATE

Women’s Hockey 2009-10 WHO ARE BOOSTERS?

MEDIA SERVICES

You are considered a booster or a representative of Bemidji State University Athletics interests if you: • Participated in or are currently a member of any athletics department booster group, including Beaver Pride • Have made a donation to the athletic program • Have assisted or been asked to assist with recruiting of prospective student athletes • Have assisted in providing benefits to enrolled student athletes or families • Have helped to promote BSU athletics or BSU athletic interests in any way Once a person has become identified as a booster to BSU they retain that identity indefinitely even if they no longer support the athletics program.

WHO ARE PROSPECTIVE STUDENT-ATHLETES?

The NCAA defines a “prospect” as anyone who has started classes for the ninth grade.

Bemidji State provides extensive Internet information resources for those covering BSU football and its other athletics programs. The BSU Athletics Web site contains schedules, rosters, updated statistics and some historical information from previous seasons. Print-quality photos of BSU players and coaches are also available for download. BSU’s weekly game-notes package is completed and made available on-line during the season, and are typically available Wednesday afternoon. BSU’s game notes are in Adobe PDF format and will be distributed via electronic means only (e-mail or web). Due to the size of the release, it will not be regularly distributed via fax.

In addition, a student who has not started classes for the ninth grade becomes a prospect if the institution provides any financial assistance or other benefits not provided to any prospective student.

Official BSU athletics web site: • www.bemidjistate.edu/athletics

WHAT ARE PERMISSIBLE ACTIVITIES BY BOOSTERS?

Game-Day Services

The following are activities that BSU boosters can participate in:

Gameday packages containing programs, game notes and other information will be available in the press box prior to all home contests. Final statistics include an official NCAA box score, game summary, individual and team statistics. Game notes and quotes from coaches and selected players will also be available on request. Telephone, copier and fax services are available on a first-come, first-served basis. There is limited Internet service in the BSU Football Press box. Media requiring post-game Internet access are welcome to use the BSU athletic media relations offices in the adjoining Gillett Recreation Center.

• May attend events such as contests or banquets where prospects are present so long as the booster is there on their own initiative. Boosters are NOT able to contact prospects or prospect’s relatives at such events. • Boosters CAN inform BSU coaches of prospects in their area by contacting the BSU staff and/or sending newspaper clippings about the prospect. • Boosters may arrange employment for prospects. Prospects may not start the job until after completion of their senior year in high school, and compensation must be based on actual work performed at a normal rate. • Boosters can continue to establish family relationships with friends and neighbors. Contacts with prospects are permitted as long as they are NOT for recruiting purposes and are NOT initiated by BSU staff members.

WHAT IS A CONTACT? WHAT IS CONSIDERED RECRUITING?

Contact is any face-to-face encounter between a prospect or their parents/ guardians and a BSU staff member or athletics representative (booster) during which dialogue occurs in excess of a greeting. Recruiting is any solicitation of a prospect or the prospect’s relatives by a BSU staff member or athletics representative (booster) for the purpose of securing the prospect’s enrollment and eventual participation in the BSU intercollegiate athletics program.

WWW.BEMIDJISTATE.EDU/ATHLETICS

The official web site of Bemidji State Athltics, www.bemidjistate.edu/ athletics contains all the information you need to assist with your coverage of Bemidji State football or any of the other 16 varsity intercollegiate sports offered at BSU. The web site contains typical schedule and roster information, biographical sketches of the Beavers and the coaching staff, comprehensive statistical information and news release archives. Additionally, information from previous seasons is archived and remains available on the web site, providing a valuable research tool for media or others covering the Bemidji State football program. Complete season stats are available beginning with the 1998 season. More information is being added to the archive sections of the web site on a frequent basis, so if you cannot find what you’re looking for check back or contact the athletic media relations office for assistance.

Credentials / Pass List Sarah Levesque Compliance Coordinator

Dolly Fieldman Compliance G.A.

BSU Athletics Compliance Office 1500 Birchmont Drive NE, # 29 Bemidji, MN 56601 Compliance Coordinator Sarah Levesque phone: (218) 755-2142 fax: (218) 755-3898 e-mail: slevesque@bemidjistate.edu Compliance Graduate Assistant Dolly Fieldman phone: (218) 755-2771 e-mail: dfieldman@bemidjistate.edu

Season credentials will be issued to all media covering the Beavers on a regular basis. For single-game passes and credentials, contact the BSU athletic media relations office no less than 24 hours before the scheduled starting time of the event. Credential requests must be submitted via fax on official letterhead. Credentials will be issued only to representatives of an accredited media outlet who will be working in an official capacity to cover a BSU athletic event. No credentials will be issued to friends, spouses, children or other family members. Credentials remain the property of Bemidji State University and may be revoked at any time.

Professional Scouts

By NCAA regulation, persons in attendance at a Bemidji State football contest for the purpose of scouting players for professional leagues or franchises must purchase a ticket in order to gain access to the contest. Scouts will be provided with a pass which will give them access to the press box for the purpose of obtaining line charts and statistics. Requests for these passes must be made in advance through Director of Athletic Media Relations Brad Folkestad.

Practice

Bemidji State’s daily practice sessions are open to the media. Please contact Director of Athletic Media Relations Brad Folkestad if you wish to attend.

Interview Policies

All player interviews outside of post-game and practice time must be arranged through the BSU athletic media relations office. Player interviews are typically arranged during early-afternoon hours before the team has its afternoon practice. For interviews with coaches, contact the athletic media relations office at (218) 755-4603. By NCAA rule, no player interviews will be available on gameday until the conclusion of that day’s contest. Contact the athletic media relations office with questions or for assistance.

Also available at the site are complete media guides for men’s and women’s ice hockey, men’s and women’s basketball, football and volleyball in Adobe PDF format. Previous media guides are also available in the archives.

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LOCAL PRINT

REGIONAL PRINT

• Bemidji Pioneer.......................(218) 751-3740 Fax ..........................................(218) 751-6914 1320 Washington Ave, SE Bemidji, MN 56601 http://www.bemidjipioneer.com Jim Carrington .... sports@bemidjipioneer.com John McRae .......jmcrae@bemidjipioneer.com Eric Stromgren.... sports@bemidjipioneer.com • The Northern Student.............(218) 755-2987 Phone/Fax ................ (218) 755-3757 or 2913 Bemidji State University Bemidji, MN 56601

LOCAL TELEVISION

• KAWE/KAWB-TV .....................(218) 751-0085 Toll-free ...................................(800) 292-0922 Fax ............ (218) 759-0460 or (800) 861-7544 Lakeland News Bemidji State University, Box 9 Bemidji, MN 56601 Dennis Weimann....................... News Director Aaron McElherne ....... sports@lakelandptv.org • KBSU TV-17 .............................(218) 755-2402 Bemidji State University Bemidji, MN 56601 Scott Williams............... scottw1000@charter.net

• Duluth News-Tribune .............(800) 456-8181 Fax ..........................................(218) 723-5314 424 W. First Street; Duluth, MN 55802 http://www.duluthnews.com Jon Nowacki ........... sports@duluthnews.com • Fargo Forum ...........................(701) 235-7311 Fax ..........................................(701) 241-5487 e-mail...................... sports@forumcomm.com 101 5th Street North; Fargo, ND 58102 http://www.in-forum.com Contact: ........... Brian Peterson (Sports Editor) • Grand Forks Herald ......(710) 780-1100, x243 Toll-free ...................................(800) 477-6572 Fax ..........................................(701) 795-4603 P.O. Box 6008; Grand Forks, ND 58206 http://www.gfherald.com Contact: ......... Kevin Fee (kfee@gfherald.com) • Minneapolis Star-Tribune ......(800) 829-8742 425 Portland Ave.; Minneapolis, MN 55488 http://www.startribune.com Fax ..........................................(612) 673-7774 • St. Paul Pioneer Press ............(612) 228-5516 345 Cedar Street; St. Paul, MN 55101 Fax...........................................(612) 228-5527

REGIONAL TELEVISION

LOCAL RADIO

• WMIS The River 92.1 FM .......(218) 751-7777 Fax ..........................................(218) 759-0658 Flagship Network 2115 Washington Ave.; Bemidji, MN 56601 http://www.wmisfm.com Brian Schultz (Voice of the Beavers) e-mail....................... brian@brian-schultz.com

• KVLY-TV (Channel 11, Fargo) Phone ......... (701) 237-5211 / (800) 450-5844 Fax: .........................................(701) 237-5396 P.O. Box 1878; Fargo, ND 58103 • WDIO-TV (Channel 13, Duluth) Phone/Fax ...(218) 727-6865 / 727-2318/4415 10 Observation Road; Duluth, MN 55811 Contact: ..................................Tyler Jacobson

• KBUN 1450 AM........................(218) 444-1500 Fax...........................................(218) 751-8091 502 Beltrami Avenue Bemidji, MN 56601 Moose Richards ...................... sports director e-mail.................... moosenb@paulbunyan.net Scott Williams............... scottw1000@charter.net

STATE-WIDE OUTLETS

• Minn. Associated Press .........(612) 332-2727 Toll-free ...................................(800) 552-7250 Fax ..........................................(612) 342-5299 511 11th Avenue S. (404) Minneapolis, MN 55415 • Minn. News Network Radio ..(612) 321-7211 Toll free ...................................(800) 879-3462 Fax ..........................................(612) 321-7222 100 North Sixth Street - Suite 476A Minneapolis, MN 55403 • USA Today Online Edition .....(800) 872-3410 Fax ..........................................(703) 276-5505 1000 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22229 http://www.usatoday.com

NATIONAL OUTLETS

• USA Today http://www.usatoday.com • ESPN http://www.espn.com • College Sports Report http://www.dopke.com Editor: .........................................Brad Dopke e-mail:...........................bdopke@dopke.com • d2football.com http://www.d2football.com Editor: .................................Brandon Misener Midwest beat writer: ......................Jeff Harlin e-mail:............................. JeffHarlin@aol.com • Don Hansen’s Football Gazette P.O. Box 305; Westmont, IL 60559-0305 Phone: ...................................(630) 964-1062 Fax:........................................(630) 964-1105 http://www.donhansen.com Editor: ........................................ Don Hansen e-mail:......................... don@donhansen.com • American Football Coaches Association http://www.afca.org

BROADCAST OUTLETS Radio: WMIS The River 92.1 FM

Voice of the Beavers Brian Schultz returns for this sixth year behind the mic as Bemidji State continues its broadcast agreement with R.P. Broadcasting of Bemidji. In 2009, the broadcast will move from its original home Talk Radio 1360 AM to the company’s newest station WMIS The River 92.1 FM. The move to the FM side of the dial and R.P Broadcasting’s 600-foot tower will expand the reach of broadcast signals to nearly 90 miles. Brian Bissonette provides expert analysis and color commentary for BSU home games. WMIS’s coverage of BSU football begins 40 minutes prior to opening kickoff with a comprehensive pre-game show, featuring interviews with BSU players, coaches and others involved with the school’s athletics programs, as well as analysis and insights on the coming game. Additionally, all game broadcasts will be streamed live over the Internet via The River’s web site (http://www.wmisfm.com).

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TV: KBSU TV 17

In 2003, Bemidji State athletics entered a new era of media coverage, partnering with Charter Communications to provide live coverage for up to 50 BSU sporting events each year exclusively to Bemidji-area customers on Charter cable systems. KBSU, Bemidji State’s campus television station, will continue its longstanding tradition of producing BSU athletics events. In addition to the full home schedule of BSU men’s hockey, KBSU will also produce BSU’s full schedule of home football games and a selection of men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball games giving BSU unparalleled media coverage for its intercollegiate programs. Local radio personality Scott Williams, recognized as one of the region’s pre-eminant on-air talents, handles play-by-play duties for all KBSU-produced television broadcasts.


BEMIDJI STATE

Women’s Hockey 2009-10 ADMINISTRATION DR. JON QUISTGAARD

distance learning, academic services, international student services, counseling, career services, the American Indian Resource Center, and student development programs. Quistgaard began his association with BSU in 1979 as an admissions representative. He became the director of admissions and advising in 1980; was named the dean of undergraduate admissions and graduate studies in 1988; served as acting vice president for academic and student affairs from 1993-94; and was the associate vice president for academic affairs and dean of academic services from 1994-1997. Quistgaard is an active presenter on the national level in the areas of continuous quality improvement, challenges in higher education, planning, assessment models, and transforming higher education. He received a doctorate in political science from the University of Arizona, where he also earned his master’s and bachelor’s degrees in government.

President, Bemidji State University University of Arizona (1970)

Dr. Jon E. Quistgaard became the ninth president of Bemidji State University in August, 2001. The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board of Trustees named him to the position in late May, 2001 following a national search. A member of the BSU community for 23 years, he had served since 1997 as the vice president for academic and student affairs. As the chief academic officer of the institution, he was responsible for academic programming in three colleges, integrative studies,

DR. RICK GOEB Director of Athletics

North Dakota State University (1989)

A new era in Bemidji State University athletics began July 13, 2001 when Dr. Rick Goeb was named BSU‘s first full-time director of intercollegiate athletics. Goeb directs a 17-sport varsity athletics program at BSU with NCAA Division I men’s and women’s ice hockey and 15 Division II sports. Beaver athletics has undergone dramatic changes in Goeb’s tenure, having seen more than a dozen positions created or filled with new hires - including head coaches for women’s hockey, men’s and women’s basketball, soccer, softball, baseball, women’s golf, tennis and volleyball - and the hiring of BSU’s first full-time athletics fundraiser. In Goeb’s five years overseeing BSU athletics, the program has entered one of the best all-around eras in the program’s history. Men’s ice hockey has won two College Hockey America regular-season titles, two tournament titles and made its first Division I NCAA Tournament appearance; men’s basketball won its first NSIC Championship in decades, advanced to its first-ever NCAA Tournament and has hosted first-round NSIC playoff games each of the last four years; women’s basketball hosted and won its first-ever NSIC playoff game; indoor track won its first-ever NSIC Championship; men’s and women’s golf have made NCAA regional appearances with both full teams

and individual performers. BSU athletics has also assembled a strong academic reputation under Goeb’s leadership. Men’s hockey has set a CHA single-season record for number of Academic All-CHA performers three times and produced the 2005 CHA Student-Athlete of the Year; women’s ice hockey posted three consecutive WCHA Student-Athletes of the Year from 2002-04; and nearly two dozen BSU student-athletes have been recognized on the CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District V Team with four Academic All-America honorees. Goeb came to Bemidji State after six years as senior associate athletics director at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks. At Fairbanks, Goeb served as NCAA compliance officer, monitored academic eligibility and acted as the liaison for booster clubs. Prior to his position at Fairbanks, Goeb spent two years as an administrator at North Dakota. Goeb also served as the head wrestling coach at St. Cloud State from 1990-93 when he was an instructor in physical education and a facility coordinator; was the strength and conditioning coach at Northern Colorado from 1989-’90; and served as an assistant wrestling coach at North Dakota State from 1988-’89. Originally from Anoka, Minn., Goeb received his undergraduate degree at North Dakota State, where he was also a Division II national wrestling champion. Goeb earned his master’s from Northern Colorado and doctorate from North Dakota. He and his wife Carol have two daughters, Amber and Anne and a son, Jordan.

BRAD FOLKESTAD

Director of Athletic Media Relations Bemidji State University (2001)

Brad Folkestad is in his eighth year in the Office of Atheltic Media Relations at Bemidji State. As Director, he oversees all publicity and media relations operations for BSU’s 17-sport athletics department, and directly handles communications for the university’s football, men’s hockey, golf and track and field programs. Entering his 10th year in the athletic media relations field, Folkestad was promoted to the Director post in the spring of 2007. Folkestad has spent seven years of professional career at BSU. Starting with a two-year stint as a graduate assistant in 2002, he returned as the Assistant SID in the fall of 2004 after a one-year assignment in the same capacity at the University of Minnesota Duluth.

In addition to serving as the men’s and women’s basketball contact during each of the first four years in the business, Folkestad’s interests and experience in collegiate basketball run deep. He has volunteered at numerous conference, regional and national tournaments including the 2003 and 2006 NCAA Division I Men’s Midwest Regional Tournament in Minneapolis, Minn., the 2005 NCAA Division II Elite Eight in Grand Forks, N.D. at the 2003 NCAA Division II Women’s Frozen Four. He is an active member of the College Sports Information Directors of America and has been recognized for excellence in publications on a number of occasions including a Ninth in the Nation finish for his 2005 BSU Volleyball Media Guide. Folkestad, 31, received his bachelor’s degree in communication from BSU in 2001 and continues to work toward a master’s degree in sports studies. He resides in Bemidji, Minn. with his wife Lisa and their five children Tim, Nicole, Carly, Mackenna and Baylor.

BSU ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF

Director Brad Folkestad (Bemidji State, 2001) football, men’s hockey (218) 755-4603 bfolkestad@bemidjistate.edu Assistant Director Dax Larson (Minnesota State, 2007) volleyball, men’s & women’s basketball (218) 755-2763 dlarson@bemidjistate.edu Graduate Assistant Ross LaDue (Iowa State, 2009) soccer, women’s ice hockey, softball (218) 755-2763 gladue@bemidjistate.edu Student Interns Alayna Skibness Eric Story Jon Peterson

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BEMIDJI STATE Women’s Hockey 2009-10 STAFF DIRECTORY

Dr. Rick Goeb Director of Athletics

Sarah Levesque Associate Athletic Dir. Compliance/SWA

Bill Crews Head Athletic Trainer

Brad Folkestad Director of Athletic Media Relations

Vance Balstad Equipment Manager

Justin Enfield Equipment Manager

Deb Slough Office Manager

Laurie Bitter Head Volleyball Coach

Jeff Tesch Head Coach Football

Tom Serratore Head Coach Men’s Ice Hockey

Steve Sertich Head Coach Women’s Ice Hockey

Matt Bowen Head Coach Men’s Basketball

Mike Curfman Head Coach Women’s Basketball

Jim Stone Head Coach Soccer

Craig Hougen Head Coach Track & Field/XC

Don Niskanen Head Coach Men’s Golf

Krissi Super Head Coach Women’s Golf

Toby Palmiscno Head Coach Tennis

Tim Bellew Head Coach Baseball

Jeremy Popp Head Coach Softball

Bucky the Beaver Mascot

Administration & Support Staff

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Laurie Bitter; HC, Volleyball Tim Bellew; HC, Baseball Steve Sertich; HC, Women’s Hockey Heather Ferrell, Ass’t WIH Coach Shane Veenker, Ass’t WIH Coach Tom Serratore; HC, Men’s Hockey Bert Gilling, Ass’t MIH Coach Ted Belisle, Ass’t MIH Coach Mike Curfman; HC, Women’s Basketball Krissi Super, Ass’t WBB/HC, Women’s Golf Craig Hougen; HC, Track & Field Jim Stone; HC, Soccer Toby Palmiscno; HC, Tennis Don Niskanen; HC, Men’s Golf Jeremy Popp; HC Softball

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2009-10 BEMIDJI STATE UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S HOCKEY

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Minnesota Whitecaps (exh.)

OCTOBER 2 3 10 11 16 17 23 24 30 31

at Mercyhurst at Mercyhurst Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Ohio State* Ohio State* at Northeastern at Northeastern Wayne State Wayne State

NOVEMBER 6 7 13 14 20 21

at Minnesota State* at Minnesota State* St. Cloud State* St. Cloud State* at Minnesota* at Minnesota*

DECEMBER 5 6 11 12

at North Dakota* North Dakota* at Minnesota Duluth* at Minnesota Duluth*

Bemidji, MN

2:00 pm

Erie, PA Erie, PA Coleraine, MN Bemidji, MN Bemidji, MN Bemidji, MN Boston, MA Boston, MA Bemidji, MN Bemidji, MN

6:00 pm 1:00 pm 7:07 pm 4:07 pm 7:07 pm 2:07 pm 6:00 pm 2:00 pm 7:07 pm 2:07 pm

Mankato, MN Mankato, MN Bemidji, MN Bemidji, MN Minneapolis, MN Minneapolis, MN

7:07 pm 3:07 pm 7:07 pm 2:07 pm 6:07 pm 4:07 pm

Grand Forks, ND Bemidji, MN Duluth, MN Duluth, MN

7:07 pm 7:07 pm 3:07 pm 3:07 pm

Bemidji, MN Bemidji, MN Bemidji, MN Bemidji, MN Columbus, OH Columbus, OH St. Cloud, MN St. Cloud, MN

7:07 pm 3:07 pm 6:07 pm 4:07 pm 6:07 pm 1:07 pm 7:07 pm 2:07 pm

WOMEN’S HOCKEY 2009-10 JACKIEROBERTSON SENIOR D

FRANNYDORR SENIOR F

ERINCODY

JUNIOR F

JANUARY

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Minnesota State* Minnesota State* Minnesota* Minnesota* at Ohio State* at Ohio State* at St. Cloud State* at St. Cloud State*

FEBRUARY

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at Wisconsin#* Madison, WI at Wisconsin* Madison, WI North Dakota* Bemidji, MN at North Dakota* Grand Forks, ND Minnesota Duluth* Bemidji, MN Minnesota Duluth* Bemidji, MN WCHA FINAL FACE OFF

1:07 pm 2:07 pm 7:07 pm 7:07 pm 2:07 pm 2:07 pm TBA

* WCHA Conference game Home games played at John S. Glas Fieldhouse

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Bemidji Regional Events Center

2009-10 Bemidji State Women’s Ice Hockey

coming 2010

The Bemidji Regional Events Center will be the future home of Bemidji State men’s and women’s hockey. The facility will include state-of-the-art locker rooms, office space,training rooms, weight room, and an academic area. The ice surface will be NHL regulation size (85’ x 200’). Seating capacity for hockey games will be 4,707, including 25 private suites. It would take over 740 million hockey pucks to fill the arena portion of the building.

#2 Jackie Robertson

#5 Nicole Rawlings

#6 Kaylee Keys

#8 Erin Johnson

#9 Annie Bauerfield (Bow-er-field)

#10 Emily Erickson

#11 Erin Babineau (BAB-uh-no)

#2 Lexy Parenteau (pah-ron-toe)

#13 Erin Cody

#14 Erika Wheelhouse

#15 Marlee Wheelhouse

#16 MacKenzie Thurston

#17 Sadie Lundquist (lund-kwist)

#18 Keirstin Visser (KEYR-stin)

#20 Brittany DeBoer (de-BOOR)

#21 Hayley Williams

#22 Lauren Williams

#23 Molly Arola (uh-roll-ah)

#25 Montana Vichorek (vuh-CHORE-ick)

#27 Franny Dorr (door)

#29 Kim Lieder

#31 Alana McElhinney (mac-ILL-hin-nee)

#35 Eri Kiribuchi (ear-EE KEYR-uh-boo-CHI)

#88 Zuzana Tomcikova (tom-CHEE-kOH-va)

12,000 cubic yards of concrete will be used for the site and building. End-to-end, the bricks used in the project would stretch 25 miles. 14,000 bolts will be used to assemble the steel trusses. The hockey operations area of the building including: locker rooms, offices, meeting rooms, officials’ rooms, training room, and weight room, will span over 32,000 square feet.

#91 Jamie Hatheway

Head Coach Steve Sertich

Asst. Coach Heather Farrell

Asst. Coach Shane Veenker

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