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PEGULA ICE ARENA HOME OF PENN STATE HOCKEY

Pegula Ice Arena, which opened on September 9, 2013, features two ice surfaces: a main rink, home to Penn State’s varsity hockey programs, and a community rink. The main arena seats 5,704 fans, including a 1,000-seat student section. The two-sheet facility is home to the Nittany Lions. The building hosts a 5,000-square foot weight room, hydrotherapy training room, steam room, team lounge and locker room area. It has the best of amenities for student-athletes and coaches alike. When visitors come to Hockey Valley, they will experience some of the best amenities college hockey has to offer. Pegula Ice Arena has an interactive history of Penn State Hockey, as well as concession stands, suites, loge boxes and club seats. Additionally, the arena’s ability to house state-of-the-art media and broadcasting facilities allows it to host National Hockey League and American Hockey League games, bringing hockey’s best to Hockey Valley. September 26, 2016, served as the first NHL event inside the Pegula Ice Arena as the Buffalo Sabres hosted the Minnesota Wild in an exhibition game. Centre County is also able to take advantage of the community rink, which will be open nearly 360 days per year for public use. The rink seats 300 fans and features eight locker rooms in order to host local youth hockey, university recreation and skating programs.

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FACTS

Construction Groundbreaking: February 2012 Ceremonial Groundbreaking: April 20, 2012 Building Opening: September 9, 2013 First Women’s Game: October 18, 2013 vs. Union Capacity: 5,782 (Arena rink); 300 (Community rink) Size: 200,000 square feet

AMENITIES

Two NHL-sized (200’ x 85’) ice surfaces Arena rink offers: - 5,782-seat overall capacity - 1,000-seat student section - First-rate varsity locker rooms - Team lounges and dry changing room - Strength and conditioning center - Shooting gallery - Suites, loge boxes and club seats - State-of-the-art television and radio broadcasting facilities - Press box and media center - Concession stands with café - High Definition video board and ribbon board Community rink offers: - 300-seat capacity - Eight locker rooms - Skate rental center Pegula Ice Arena has hosted National Hockey League games, as well as professional ice shows, local hockey and figure skating programs.

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Quick Facts/schedule PENN STATE UNIVERSITY

Location University Park, Pa. Founded 1855 Enrollment 47,261 Nickname Nittany Lions Colors Blue and White Conference College Hockey America (CHA) Home Facility Pegula Ice Arena (5,782) President Eric Barron Director of Athletics Sandy Barbour Senior Women’s Administrator Charmelle Green Faculty Representative Dennis Scanlon Hockey Administrator Michael Cross Athletics Website www.GoPSUsports.com

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach Jeff Kampersal 0-0-0 (First Season)/327-261-58 (21 seasons) First Season (Princeton, ’92) Jeff.Kampersal@psu.edu Assistant Coach Allison Coomey First Season (Niagara, ’02) aec72@psu.edu Assistant Coach Celeste Brown First Season (RIT, ’15) cib6@psu.edu Hockey Office Pegula Ice Arena University Drive University Park, PA 16802 Office Phone (814) 867-7458

TEAM INFORMATION

2016-17 Overall Record 9-21-5 2016-17 CHA Record 8-10-2 Postseason Finish CHA First Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost 17/4 Newcomers 7 2017-18 Captain #11 Bella Sutton 2017-18 Alternate Captains #7 Kelsey Crow #15 Aly Hardy Instagram PennStateWHKY Facebook PennStateWomensHockey Snapchat PennStateWHKY Twitter PennStateWHKY

STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS

Women’s Hockey Contact Will Rottler Office Phone 814-865-2498 Cell Phone 814-441-9130 E-mail wdr13@psu.edu Fax 814-863-3165 Mailing Address 101 Bryce Jordan Center University Park, PA 16802

#WeAre #PennState

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SEPTEMBER Fri. Sat.

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OCTOBER

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NOVEMBER

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at Minnesota Duluth at Minnesota Duluth

Duluth, Minn. Duluth, Minn.

8 p.m. 4 p.m.

UNION UNION CLARKSON CLARKSON at Merrimack at Merrimack ROBERT MORRIS ROBERT MORRIS

University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. Andover, Mass. Andover, Mass. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa.

6 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m.

MERCYHURST MERCYHURST at Syracuse at Syracuse at Cornell at UConn vs. Quinnipiac/Yale

University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. Syracuse, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Ithaca, N.Y. Storrs, Conn. Storrs, Conn.

2 p.m. TBA 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m. TBA

at RIT at RIT

Rochester, N.Y. Rochester, N.Y.

2 p.m. 1 p.m.

at Ohio State at Ohio State at Lindenwood at Lindenwood SYRACUSE SYRACUSE at Robert Morris at Robert Morris PRINCETON

Columbus, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Wentzville, Mo. Wentzville, Mo. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. University Park, Pa.

6 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m.

at Mercyhurst at Mercyhurst RIT RIT LINDENWOOD LINDENWOOD

Erie, Pa. Erie, Pa. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa.

3 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m. TBA TBA

MARCH

Thurs. 1 ^ CHA First Round Fri. 2 ^ CHA Semifinals Sat. 3 ^ CHA Finals

Buffalo, N.Y. (HarborCenter) Buffalo, N.Y. (HarborCenter) Buffalo, N.Y. (HarborCenter)

TBA TBA TBA

* College Hockey America Game; ^ CHA Tournament; @ Nutmeg Classic; BOLD CAPS indicate home game at Pegula Ice Arena; All Times Eastern All games subject to change, check GoPSUsports.com for update.

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Table of contents The Home of Penn State Hockey: Pegula Ice Arena . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3 Quick Facts • 2017-18 Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 2017-18 Nittany Lion Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Nittany Nation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Media Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Nittany Lion Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-12 Head Coach Jeff Kampersal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Assistant Coaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Hockey Support Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 2017-18 Nittany Lions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-37 Nittany Lion History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38-53 2016-17 Stats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39-40 College Hockey America . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41-42 Honors & Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Penn State Record Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44-50 Season Histories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51-52 All-Time Varsity Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 2017-18 Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54-57 All-Time Series Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Penn State University & Traditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59-63 President Dr. Eric J. Barron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Director of Athletics Sandy Barbour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 STATEMENT OF NONDISCRIMINATION

CREDITS The 2017-18 Penn State Women’s Hockey Yearbook

Content and Layout . . . . . . . . . . Will Rottler

Executive Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . Rose Carter

Outside Cover Design . . . . . . . . Steve Love

Photo Credits . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mark Selders,

Inside Cover Design . . . . . . . . . Will Rottler

Brian Jenkins, Steve Hass

Interior Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Will Rottler

& PSU Athletics unless otherwise noted

Copies of the yearbook can be purchased for $6.00.

The University is committed to equal access to programs, facilities, admission and employment for all persons. It is the policy of the University to maintain an environment free of harassment and free of discrimination against any person because of age, race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, creed, service in the uniformed services (as defined in state and federal law), veteran status, sex, sexual orientation, marital or family status, pregnancy, pregnancy-related conditions, physical or mental disability, gender, perceived gender, gender identity, genetic information or political ideas. Discriminatory conduct and harassment, as well as sexual misconduct and relationship violence, violates the dignity of individuals, impedes the realization of the University's educational mission, and will not be tolerated. Direct all inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policy to the Affirmative Action Office, The Pennsylvania State University, 328 Boucke Building, University Park, PA 16802-5901, Email: aao@psu.edu, Tel (814) 863-0471. U.ED. ICA-18-19

For more information on Penn State Women’s Hockey, visit GoPSUsports.com/sports/w-hockey

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2017-18 Nittany Lion Roster NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 1 2 3 5 7 8 9 10 11 13 15 16 17 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 28 32 33 34

Name Hannah Ehresmann Shea Nelson Irene Kiroplis Brooke Madsen Kelsey Crow Christi Vetter Morgan Rolph Abby Welch Bella Sutton Hannah England Aly Hardy Katie McMillan Sophie Slattery Katie Rankin Natalie Heising Olivia Villani Kate Rydland Victoria Samuelsson Amanda McLeod Meike Meilleur Caileah Forrest Cam Leonard Chantal Burke Daniela Paniccia

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

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

Ht. 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-6 5-5 5-11 5-11 5-7 5-6 5-6 5-7 5-4 5-7 5-9 5-5 5-10 5-9 5-7 5-7 5-10 5-11 5-7 5-9 5-5

S/C L R R R L R R R R L R R R L R R L R L R L L L L

Hometown Minnetonka, Minn. Evanston, Ill. Georgetown, Ontario Eagan, Minn. Minnetonka, Minn. Lakeville, Minn. Mitchell, Ontario East Amherst, N.Y. Shoreview, Minn. Simi Valley, Calif. St. Albans, Vt. Minnetonka, Minn. Edina, Minn. Kanata, Ontario Maple Grove, Minn. Pittsburgh, Pa. Eden Prairie, Minn. Leksand, Sweden Okotoks, Alberta Winnipeg, Manitoba Ottawa, Ontario Cary, N.C. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Oakville, Ontario

Last Team Minnetonka HS Chicago Mission Christ The King Eagan HS Minnetonka HS Lakeville North HS K-W Rangers Nichols School Mounds View HS Shattuck St. Marys Girls Prep Boston Shamrocks Minnetonka HS Edina HS Nepean Junior Wildcats Wayzata HS East Coast Wizards Eden Prairie HS Bay State Breakers Edge Mountaineers St. Marys Academy Nepean Junior Wildcats Choate Rosemary Hall Regina Rebels Oakville Junior Hornets

Head Coach: Jeff Kampersal (First Year) Assistant Coach: Allison Coomey (First Year) Assistant Coach: Celeste Brown (First Year) Captain: Bella Sutton Alternate Captains: Kelsey Crow, Aly Hardy ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. Name 33 Chantal Burke 7 Kelsey Crow 1 Hannah Ehresmann 13 Hannah England 28 Caileah Forrest 15 Aly Hardy 20 Natalie Heising 3 Irene Kiroplis 32 Cam Leonard 5 Brooke Madsen 25 Amanda McLeod 16 Katie McMillan 26 Meike Meilleur 2 Shea Nelson 34 Daniela Paniccia 19 Katie Rankin 9 Morgan Rolph 23 Kate Rydland 24 Victoria Samuelsson 17 Sophie Slattery 11 Bella Sutton 8 Christi Vetter 22 Olivia Villani 10 Abby Welch

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Caileah Kay-lee Chantal Shawn-tell Ehresmann AIRS-man Heising Hi-Zing Kampersal Camp-er-Saul Katie Rankin Kay-Tee Rank-In Kiroplis Kir-OP-lis McLeod MIC-cloud Meike Meilleur MY-keh May-er Paniccia PAN-E-CHA Rydland Rid-land Shea Shay Slattery Slatt-er-EE Villani Vil-Lawn-EE LIONS BY POSITION Defenseman (8): Crow, Forrest, Kiroplis, McMillan, Rolph, Rydland, Sutton, Villani

California (1): England Illinois (1): Nelson Minnesota (9): Crow, Ehresmann, Heising, Madsen, McMillan, Rydland, Slattery, Sutton, Vetter

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LIONS BY COUNTRY Canada (8): Burke, Forrest, Kiroplis, McLeod, Meilleur, Paniccia, Rankin, Rolph Sweden (1): Samuelsson

North Carolina (1): Leonard

United States (15): Crow, Ehresmann, England, Hardy, Heising, Leonard, Madsen, McMillan, Nelson, Rydland, Slattery, Sutton, Vetter, Villani, Welch

Pennsylvania (1): Villani

Vermont (1): Hardy

Senior (5): Ehresmann, Hardy, Kiroplis, Sutton, Vetter

New York (1): Welch

LIONS BY PROVINCE Alberta (1): McLeod Manitoba (1): Meilleur

Forward (14): England, Hardy, Heising, Kiroplis, Madsen, McLeod, Meilleur, Nelson, Rankin, Rydland, Samuelsson, Slattery, Vetter, Welch Goalie (4): Burke, Ehresmann, Leonard, Paniccia

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LIONS BY STATE

Ontario (5): Forrest, Kiroplis, Paniccia, Rankin, Rolph Saskatchewan (1): Burke

LIONS BY ELIGIBILITY

Junior (4): Crow, England, Meilleur, Samuelsson Sophomore (8): Forrest, Madsen, McLeod, McMillan, Paniccia, Rydland, Villani, Welch Freshman (7): Burke, Heising, Leonard, Nelson, Rankin, Rolph, Slattery


NITTANY NATION

Alberta Amanda McLeod

2017-18 NITTANY LIONS BY LOCATION NEW YORK

F

2016-

Abby Welch

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CALIFORNIA Hannah England F

2015-

North Carolina Cam Leonard G

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ONTARIO Caileah Forrest Irene Kiroplis Daniela Paniccia Katie Rankin Morgan Rolph

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SWEDEN Victoria Samuelsson

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Shea Nelson Meike Meilleur

Illinois MANITOBA

MINNESOTA Kelsey Crow Hannah Ehresmann Natalie Heising Brooke Madsen Katie McMillan Kate Rydland Sophie Slattery Bella Sutton Christi Vetter

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2017-

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2015-

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201520142017201620162016201720142014-

Olivia Villani

PENNSYLVANIA

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Aly Hardy

VERMONT

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MEDIA INFORMATION OVERVIEW The 2017-18 Penn State women’s hockey yearbook was prepared to aid the members of the media covering the Nittany Lions. Additional information is available by accessing the online home of the Nittany Lions: GoPSUsports.com. Moreover, media members may contact William Rottler (wdr13@psu.edu) of the Penn State Strategic Communications department at (814) 8652498 or his cell phone at (814) 441-9130. INTERVIEW POLICIES Head coach Jeff Kampersal is accessible for media interviews, which must be made by contacting the Strategic Communications office. Practices are open to the public, but members of the media must inform the Strategic Communications staff at least 24 hours in advance of attendance.

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The Penn State Strategic Communications staff will provide pre-game notes, rosters, updated statistics and other media materials for each game at Pegula Ice Arena. A seating chart will also be posted inside the arena’s press room, located above section 119 on game days. Seating will be available in sections 118, 119 and 120 as assigned. Please alert PSU Strategic Communications staff if you plan to photograph an event. Final results and any post-game notes will be distributed approximately 15 minutes after the conclusion of the game. An Associated Press-style game story will be produced by the Strategic Communications staff and sent via email to the women’s hockey list. Members of the media may request these stories be sent to their organization by contacting any member of the Strategic Communications staff.

All player interviews must be arranged through Strategic Communications. Interviews will not be granted on game day until the conclusion of the game unless otherwise arranged for broadcast through the Strategic Communications staff.

Members of the media are advised that there will be wireless internet available at the Pegula Ice Arena. Phone lines may be available upon request.

GAMEDAY & DAILY MEDIA SERVICES For the most up-to-date Nittany Lion women’s hockey news, statistics and feature stories, visit the official web site at GoPSUsports.com. Game notes will be made available on the web prior to a contest in PDF format. Updated statistics will be available on the web immediately following the contest.

Strategic Communications OFFICE The Penn State Strategic Communications Office is located in the 101 suite of the Bryce Jordan Center. Visitors can enter through the Founders Lounge entrance. Metered parking is located near the Bryce Jordan Center off Curtin Road across the street from Beaver Stadium.

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Head Coach Jeff Kampersal

HC

JEFF KAMPERSAL

HEAD COACH • First Year PRINCETON, ’92 Overall Record: 327-261-58 (21 Seasons)/Penn State Record: 0-0-0 (First Season)

After being named the second head coach in program history on June 1, 2017, Jeff Kampersal begins his first season in charge of the Penn State women's hockey program in 2017-18. Prior to joining the Nittany Lions during the summer of 2017, Kampersal was the head coach of the Princeton Tigers for 21 seasons. At Princeton, Kampersal's student-athletes earned 68 All-Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Hockey honors, 54 All-Ivy League selections, five Patty Kazmaier Award nominees and two American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA) All-America plaudits. Heading into the 2017-18 season, Kampersal ranks fifth in career victories among active women's hockey coaches with 327, a total that ranks No. 7 all-time. As the head coach of Princeton Tigers, Kampersal garnered ECAC Hockey Coach of the Year honors three times and Ivy League Coach of the Year accolades twice. Kampersal helped the Tigers capture two Ivy League Championships (2005-06 & 2015-16) and qualify for the NCAA Tournament twice (200506 & 2015-16). During his final two seasons at Princeton, Kampersal guided the Tigers to a 42-19-5 cumulative record that included the 2016 Ivy League Championship and an NCAA Championship at-large berth. The 2016-17 campaign saw Princeton compile an overall record of 20-10-3, falling to eventual national champion, Clarkson, in the ECAC Tournament semifinals. During the 2016-17 season, the Tigers recorded seven wins over ranked teams, had a Patty Kazmaier top-10 finalist, the USCHO.com National Rookie of the Year, six All-Ivy League members and four All-ECAC members, including the Goalie and Rookie of the Year. Princeton was ranked No. 9 in the final 2016-17 USCHO.com poll.

In 2015-16, Kampersal directed Princeton to one of the greatest seasons in program history. The Tigers compiled a 22-9-2 record, won the Ivy League title and an NCAA Tournament bid and Kampersal earned Ivy and ECAC Hockey Coach of the Year honors. Under the direction of Kampersal, the USA Women's Hockey Under-18 Team captured silver medals at the 2013 and 2014 International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) World Women's U-18 Championships. His experience with the US Hockey program also includes serving on the coaching staff of the USA Women's Select Festival from 2004-06. A 1992 Princeton graduate with a degree in psychology, Kampersal served as the men's hockey team's captain as a senior. An All-Ivy League and All-ECAC selection, Kampersal shares the school record for consecutive games played with 107 (tied with Mervin Kopeck '95). He also was awarded the 1941 Championship Trophy, given to the Princeton player who best represents the winning spirit of the 1941 championship team. From Beverly, Mass., Kampersal played high school hockey at St. John's Prep in Danvers, Mass., and was inducted into the school's Hall of Fame in 2009. A 10th-round selection of the National Hockey League's New York Islanders in the 1988 entry draft, Kampersal played for the ECHL's Richmond Renegades and the AHL's Capital District Islanders. Kampersal and his wife, Eileen, have a daughter, Keira, and a son, Jack.

THE KAMPERSAL FILE Head Coaching Experience 2017-present 1996-2017 International Coaching Experience 2011-14 2004-06 Playing Experience 1992-93 1992-93 1988-92 1985-88

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Penn State Princeton USA Hockey U-18 Head Coach USA Women's Select Festival Coach Richmond Renegades Capital District Islanders Princeton St. John's Prep (Mass.)

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NCAA Coaching Rankings Victories - Active Victories - All-Time Winning Percentage - Active Coaching Honors ECAC Hockey Coach of the Year Ivy League Coach of the Year Accolades Under Coach Kampersal All-ECAC Hockey honors All-Ivy League selections Patty Kazmaier nominees Ivy League Rookie of the Year Ivy League Player of the Year AHCA All-America plaudits

5th (327) 10th (327) 16th (.551) 2001-02, 2005-06, 2008-09, 2015-16 2014-15, 2015-16 68 54 5 3 2 2


Assistant Coaches ALLISON COOMEY

CELESTE BROWN

ASSISTANT COACH First Year NIAGARA, ’02

ASSISTANT COACH First Year RIT, ’15

Allison Coomey begins her first season as an assistant coach with the Penn State women's hockey team in 2017-18. Prior to joining the Nittany Lions, Coomey served as an assistant coach with the Boston University Terriers for nine seasons.

Celeste Brown begins her first year on staff with the Penn State women's hockey team in 2017-18. An alumna of the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), Brown returns to College Hockey America (CHA) after serving as an assistant coach at Connecticut College during the 2016-17 season.

During her time as an assistant coach with BU from 2008-17, the Terriers captured five Hockey East titles, qualified for the NCAA Tournament six times, which included a pair of NCAA Championship appearances in 2011 and ’13. While at BU, Coomey had the opportunity to coach four Olympians who combined for six gold medals for the Canadian National Team at the 2010 and 2014 Olympic Winter Games. A four-year letterwinner at Niagara in her collegiate playing days, Coomey returned to her alma mater as an assistant coach from 200408, helping the Purple Eagles reach the CHA title game twice. While a member of the Niagara coaching staff, her duties included: serving as recruiting coordinator, working with the forwards, coordinating the team's community service efforts and overseeing academics. Before joining the staff at Niagara, Coomey served as an assistant coach at Plattsburgh, where she helped guide the Cardinals to the 2004 Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) West Division III regular season title and the NCAA Division III semifinals. Prior to her work at Plattsburgh, Coomey completed an internship as the assistant women's hockey coach at Connecticut College and was also a volunteer lacrosse coach for the 2002-03 season. She has also worked numerous hockey camps, including the USA Hockey Development Camp. As a student-athlete at Niagara, Coomey played hockey and lacrosse from 1998-2002. On the ice, she served as an alternate captain during her senior season and helped the team to its most successful campaign in program history, as the Purple Eagles reached the 2002 NCAA Women's Frozen Four and finished tied for third in the final national poll. On the lacrosse field, she earned the team's rookie of the year award in 1999 and went on to tally 69 goals and 37 assists in her four-year career.

Prior to her time at Connecticut College, Brown played for the New York Riveters during the inaugural season of the National Women’s Hockey League (NWHL) in 2015-16. Along with coaching at Connecticut College last year, Brown spent the 2016-17 NWHL season playing for the Connecticut Whale. While at RIT, Brown’s class tallied a 15-2 record in postseason play, which included an NCAA Division III National Championship in 2012, and back-to-back CHA titles in 2014-15. Individually, she was a twotime captain and netted 70 points on 42 goals and 28 assists. Brown closed out her collegiate career as RIT’s Division I career leader with 30 career goals and her nine game-winning goals were tied for ninthbest at RIT. The 2012 NCAA Division III National Championship game featured Brown recording the go-ahead goal 1:23 into the third period to help lead the Tigers to a 4-1 victory over Norwich. In the classroom, Brown posted a final GPA of 3.73, was named a three-time CHA All-Academic Team honoree, and received the 2014 CHA Academic All-Star honor for posting a 4.0 GPA. A native of Great Falls, Montana, Brown graduated from RIT in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in sociology and anthropology.

A native of Baldwinsville, New York, Coomey earned two degrees from Niagara, a bachelor's degree in education in 2002 and a master's degree in school counseling in 2008. She was a two-time ECAC AllAcademic Team member and earned a spot on the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference All-Academic Team.

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Women’s hockey staff Stephen Beutel

MICHAEL CROSS

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF MARKETING

First Year DELAWARE, ’14 (B.S.) FLORIDA, ’17 (MBA)

ASSISTANT AD/HOCKEY Third Year SUNY-BUFFALO, ’91 (B.S.) SUNY-BUFFALO, ’93 (M.S.)

DANA CROUSE

CHRIS Demczuk

MARKETING MANAGER Fifth Year PENN STATE, ’13

DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS First Year PENN STATE, ’17

MARK Hinish

KRISTINA JEFFRIES

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES 34th Year PENN STATE, ’80 (B.S.) PENN STATE, ’81 (M.Ed.)

PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT COACH

BEN KOGUT

Will ROTTLER

EQUIPMENT MANAGER Fourth Year VERMONT, ’10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS Fourth Year MINNESOTA MORRIS, ’12 (B.A.) SOUTH DAKOTA STATE, ’14 (M.S.)

Emily Stoeckel ATHLETIC TRAINER Second Year SUNY-CORTLAND, ’12 (B.S.) ITHACA, ’13 (M.S.)

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Fourth Year FINDLAY, ’08 (B.S.) TENNESSEE STATE, ’11 (M.S.)


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Chantal Burke 33 • 5-9 • Freshman • Goalie • Saskatoon, Saskatchewan • REGINA REBELS • • • • •

Captain of the Regina Rebels in 2016-17 Two-time Second Team All-Star Goalie in the Saskatchewan Female Midget AAA Hockey League Played for U-16 Team Saskatchewan in 2014 Provincial champions with the Bantam AA Comets in 2013-14 Midget AA league champions with the Bantam AA Comets in 2013-14

BEFORE PENN STATE Played for the Regina Rebels in the Saskatchewan Female Midget AAA Hockey League (SFMAAAHL) during the 2016-17 season…In 2016-17, Burke went 10-5-0, tallied a goals-against average of 2.01, posted a save percentage of .931, and recorded two shutouts… Played for the Southern Range Goldwings for two seasons from 2014-16…In 2015-16, Burke went 14-8-0, posted a goals-against average of 1.58, tallied a save percentage of .935, and recorded four shutouts…In 2013-14, Burke posted a record of 11-6-3 with four shutouts…Named the 2017 Regina Rebels MVP…Two-time second team SFMAAAHL All-Star...Four-time honor roll student. PERSONAL Chantal Maria-Piché Burke was born on March 16, 1999, in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan…Parents are Denise Piché and Troy Burke…Has an older sister, Joelle, and a younger brother, Maverick…Business administration major. BURKE ON PENN STATE “I love the atmosphere, as well as it has an amazing business school.”

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KELSEY CROW 7 • 5-5 • Junior • Defenseman • Minnetonka, Minn. • MINNETONKA CAREER STATS Year GP G A PTS SH +/- P-PIM PPG SHG GWG 2015-16 25 2 2 4 39 -3 2-4 1 0 1 2016-17 26 3 5 8 42 -1 9-18 2 0 0 Totals 51 5 7 12 81 -4 11-22 3 0 1

2017-18 ALTERNATE CAPTAIN 2016-17 AHCA All-American Scholar 2016-17 CHA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM 2016-17 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN TEAM 2016-17 BIG TEN DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR 2016-17 ALTERNATE CAPTAIN 2015-16 CHA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM

PERSONAL Kelsey Morgan Crow was born on October 27, 1996, in Tulsa, Oklahoma...Parents are Brad and Sharon Crow...Has three brothers, Jared, Nicholas and Chandler, and one sister, Kirby...Majoring in psychology.

NITTANY LION CAREER 2016-17 Alternate captain...AHCA All-American Scholar...Played in 26 of 35 games on the year...Finished the year with eight points on three goals and five assists...Opened the year with a goal in a 4-2 loss at No. 5 Clarkson (9/30)...Tallied a two-assist outing in an 8-1 win at Union (10/7)...Tied a career-best five shot attempts in a 4-2 loss at Union (10/8)...Recorded a three-point game on one goal and two assists in a 5-0 win at RIT (10/28)...Scored a pair of power play goals in 2016-17. 2015-16 Played in 25 of 37 games during her freshman season...Tallied four points on two goals and two assists...Scored her first career goal, which was the game-winner, in a 3-0 victory against Union (10/18)... Netted her first career assist in a 5-2 loss at Lindenwood (10/30)... Dished out her second assist of the season in a 3-2 loss at No. 10 Princeton (12/12)...Recorded her second goal of the season, and her first power play goal of her Nittany Lion career, in a 3-2 loss against Syracuse (2/5)...Tallied a season-best five shots and seven blocked shots in a 3-2 three overtime loss against Syracuse (3/4)... Only committed two penalties during the year...Ranked eighth on the team with 39 shot attempts. BEFORE PENN STATE In her senior season at Minnetonka High School, Crow scored six goals and added 24 assists in 30 games played...The Skippers finished second at the AA Minnesota State Tournament... Minnetonka captured the Lake Conference title and the Section 6AA championship...Crow was named to the 2015 Minnesota Girls State All-Tournament Team and academic all-state...Team captain her senior year...She was also named all-conference and received the Minnetonka Hobey Baker award during her senior year...As a junior in 2013-14, Crow dished out 16 assists and scored five goals, three of which were on the power play...Scored 21 points in 25 games, which ranked third on the team...Alternate captain during her junior year...Played with Hannah Ehresmann (three seasons) and Katie McMillan (three seasons)...The Skippers won the conference, section and state championships during the 2011-12 and 2012-13 seasons.

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Hannah Ehresmann 1 • 5-8 • Senior • Goalie • Minnetonka, Minn. • MINNETONKA CAREER STATS Year GP-GS MIN GA GAA SV SV% SHO Record 2014-15 12-12 713:46 28 2.35 355 .927 0 4-5-3 2015-16 15-15 903:04 35 2.33 396 .919 2 5-8-2 2016-17 20-19 1144:19 51 2.67 584 .920 2 4-13-3 Totals 47-46 2761:09 114 2.48 1335 .921 4 13-26-8 2016-17 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN TEAM 2016-17 CHA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM 2015-16 BIG TEN DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR 2015-16 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN TEAM 2015-16 CHA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM 2014-15 ALL-CHA ROOKIE TEAM 2014-15 CHA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM CHA GOALIE OF THE WEEK (Feb. 13, 2017) CHA GOALIE OF THE WEEK (Dec. 14, 2015) CHA ROOKIE OF THE WEEK (Oct. 6, 2014) NITTANY LION CAREER 2016-17 CHA Goalie of the Week (Feb. 13)...Played in 20 games, which included 19 starts, during her junior year...Tallied a record of 4-13-3...Finished the year with a goals-against average of 2.67, a save percentage of .920, made 584 saves and recorded a pair of shutouts in 1144:19 minutes played...Recorded 30-ormore saves nine times in 2016-17...Tallied a season-high 48 saves in a 5-5 tie at Princeton (12/31)...Posted her first shutout of the season in a 3-0 win against RIT (1/21)...Recorded a 41-save performance for her second shutout of the season in a 2-0 win at Lindenwood (2/11). 2015-16 CHA Goalie of the Week (12/14)...Started and played in 15 games...Finished the 2015-16 season with a record of 5-8-2...Posted a save percentage of .919, a goals-against average of 2.33 in 903:04 minutes played...Tallied a career-best 396 saves on the year...Made 30 or more saves six times during the season... Recorded a season-best 40-save performance in a 2-2 tie contest against Robert Morris (1/23)...Posted her first-career shutout in a 3-0 win against Union (10/18)... Recorded her second shutout of the season in a 2-0 victory against RIT (1/30).

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2014-15 All-CHA Rookie Team honoree...Posted a 4-5-3 record with a 2.35 goals-against average and a .927 save percentage in 713:46 minutes on the ice...Turned away 25-or-more shots eight of 12 appearances...CHA Rookie of the Week after a 29save performance in her first collegiate game, a 3-2 win against St. Cloud State (10/4)...Allowed one goal each in a tie against Quinnipiac (10/12), a 3-1 win at Colgate (11/8) and a 2-0 loss at New Hampshire (1/23)...Undefeated in all but one contest in her first seven Penn State contests. BEFORE PENN STATE Four-year member of the Minnetonka High School hockey program, having won the past two Minnesota State High School championships (2011-12 and 201213)...As a sophomore, team went 25-5-1, while splitting time in net and posting 1.21 goals-against average and a save percentage of .928...Improved as a junior in 2012-13, posting a goals-against average of 0.91 and .939 save percentage, while Minnetonka went 27-4-0 en route to a state title...Named to the All-Lake Conference honorable mention team in 2012-13...Led Minnetonka as a captain senior year, going 18-5-2 with a .939 save percentage and a 1.32 GAA...USA Hockey Development Camp attendee in 2012 and 2013...Played in 16- and 17year old All-Star Games...Invited to Warren Strelow Camp in 2013...Played three years with the Minnesota Junior Whitecaps and two years with the Minnesota Girls’ Elite League. PERSONAL Hannah Marie Ehresmann was born March 19, 1996, in St. Louis Park, Minnesota, to Mike and Jane Ehresmann...Has two older brothers, Jake and Matt...Accounting major.


Hannah ENGLAND 13 • 5-6 • Junior • Forward • Simi Valley, Calif. • SHATTUCK ST. MARYS GIRLS PREP CAREER STATS Year GP G A PTS SH +/- P-PIM PPG SHG GWG 2015-16 32 2 5 7 32 -2 3-6 0 0 0 2016-17 - - - - - - - - - Totals 32 2 5 7 32 -2 3-6 0 0 0

NITTANY LION CAREER 2016-17 Redshirted. 2015-16 Played in 32 of 37 games during her freshman season...Netted seven points (2g, 5a) on the year...In her second career game, England tallied a pair of assists in Penn State’s 5-3 victory over No. 7/8 Boston University (10/9)...Scored her first goal as a Nittany Lion against UConn (10/25)...Recorded the second goal of her Nittany Lion career at Ohio State (1/2)...Posted an assist in a 3-2 overtime win at RIT (1/16)...Assisted on both Nittany Lion goals in a 2-0 victory over RIT (1/30)...Tallied a season-best +2 rating twice (Boston University 10/9, Lindenwood 2/12)...Only committed three penalties on the year. BEFORE PENN STATE Tallied 34 points (18g, 16a) during her senior year at Shattuck St. Mary’s...A member of the girls prep team that finished runner-up at the 2015 national championship game...In 2013-14, finished third on the team with 40 points when the Sabres won silver at the USA Hockey Tier I Girls U19 National Tournament... As a sophomore, recorded 60 points (35 G, 25 A) en route to a USA Hockey Tier I Girls U16 National Tournament championship...Picked to the 2012 and 2013 USA Hockey National Development Camp All-Star Team... Played at the North American Hockey Academy her freshman year. PERSONAL Hannah Nicole England was born in Simi Valley, California, on December 4, 1996...Parents are Jennifer and Kevin England... Father Kevin played in Roller Hockey International for the Portland Rage...Has two brothers, Sam and Miles, and a sister, Elizabeth... Majoring in broadcast journalism.

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Caileah Forrest 28 • 5-11 • Sophomore • Forward • Ottawa, Ontario • NEPEAN JUNIOR WILDCATS CAREER STATS Year GP G A PTS SH +/- P-PIM PPG SHG GWG 2016-17 35 0 0 0 6 -4 10-20 0 0 0 Totals 35 0 0 0 6 -4 10-20 0 0 0

NITTANY LION CAREER 2016-17 Played in all 35 games during her freshman season...Finished with six shot attempts. BEFORE PENN STATE Played for two seasons for the Nepean Junior Wildcats of the Provincial Women's Hockey League (PWHL)...Named an alternate captain with the Nepean Junior Wildcats for the 2015-16 season... Netted six points on one goal and five assists in 34 games for the Junior Wildcats during the 2015-16 season...Tallied six points on one goal and five assists in 27 games for the Junior Wildcats during the 2014-15 season...Played for the Ottawa Lady Senators for one season in the PWHL...Invited to the 2015 Ontario Women’s Hockey Association (OWHA) U-18 High Performance Camp...Three-year honor roll member. PERSONAL Caileah Marie Forrest was born on May 29, 1998, in Ottawa, Ontario ...Parents are Richard and Rachel Forrest...Has two younger sisters, Jaidynn and Keara...Majoring in communications... First name is pronounced Kay-lee.

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Aly Hardy 15 • 5-7 • Senior • Forward • St. Albans, Vt. • BOSTON SHAMROCKS CAREER STATS Year GP G A PTS SH +/- P-PIM PPG SHG GWG 2014-15 29 0 0 0 0 - - 0 0 0 2015-16 9 0 2 2 6 +1 - 0 0 0 2016-17 33 3 5 8 40 -7 3-6 0 0 0 Totals 71 3 7 10 46 -6 3-6 0 0 0

2017-18 ALTERNATE CAPTAIN 2016-17 CHA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM 2015-16 ALL-BIG TEN ACADEMIC TEAM 2014-15 ALL-CHA ACADEMIC TEAM NITTANY LION CAREER 2016-17 Played in 33 games during her junior season...Tallied eight points on three goals and five assists...Scored her first career goal in a 7-2 loss against Boston University (10/15)...Netted her second goal of the season in a 4-2 loss against Robert Morris (12/3)...Recorded her first assist of the season in a 5-5 tie at Princeton (12/31)...Posted an assist in back-to-back games against RIT (1/21-22)...Tallied one point in three-straight games (2/10-17). 2015-16 Played in nine games...Posted two points (2a)...Recorded her first career assist, and point, in a 1-1 tie against Mercyhurst (11/7)... Scored her second assist of the season in a 5-1 win at Robert Morris (11/14)...Tallied a +1 rating in three-straight games (Mercyhurst 11/7, Robert Morris 11/13-14)...Recorded a season-best two shots twice in 2015-16 (Robert Morris 11/13, St. Lawrence 11/23)...Blocked a season-best two shots twice (Robert Morris 11/13, Syracuse 12/4). 2014-15 Appeared in 29 games for the Nittany Lions...Blocked one shot, at Colgate (11/8). BEFORE PENN STATE Played the 2012-13 and 2013-14 seasons with the Boston Shamrocks in the JWHL...Served as captain in 2013-14, scoring four goals, 16 assists and 20 points in 31 games as the team went 17-7-3...In 2012-13, scored three goals, seven assists and 10 points in 27 games...Played three seasons at Bellows Free Academy in Vermont, serving as the alternate captain in 2011-12... Earned All-Star Metro Team selection as a junior...Helped lead BFA to Metro Division I State title in 2009-10 and 2010-11...Played four years of varsity soccer and lacrosse at BFA. PERSONAL Alyssa Brianne Hardy was born May 4, 1995, in St. Albans, Vermont, to Coleen and Jeffrey Hardy...Has a younger brother, Joshua...An accomplished saxophone player...Recreation, park, and tourism management major.

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Natalie Heising 20 • 5-5 • Freshman • Forward • Maple Grove, Minn. • WAYZATA • • • • •

A two-time gold medalist as a member of the U.S. Women’s U-18 National Team at the 2016 and 2017 IIHF U-18 Women’s World Championships Named the USA’s top forward at the 2017 IIHF Under 18 World Championships Minnesota Ms. Hockey Semifinalist in 2016-17 Four-time All-Lake Conference honoree 2016-17 All-State honoree

BEFORE PENN STATE A member of the U.S. U-18 Women's National Team...Attended Wayzata High School...Four-year letterwinner...Captain of her high school team during her senior year in 2016-17...All-state honoree in 2016-17...Four-time All-Lake Conference honoree...Minnesota Ms. Hockey Semifinalist in 2016-17...A two-time gold medalist as a member of the U.S. Women’s U-18 National Team at the 2016 and 2017 IIHF U-18 Women’s World Championships...Named the USA’s top forward at the 2017 IIHF Under 18 World Championships... Recorded 20 points on 11 goals and nine assists in 19 games during her senior year...Netted 41 points on 20 goals and 21 assists in 25 games during 2015-16...Tallied 35 points on 13 goals and 22 assists in 2014-15. PERSONAL Natalie Kathleen Heising was born on June 14, 1999, in Maple Grove, Minnesota...Parents are Patrick and Stacey Heising...Has an older brother, Chase, and a younger sister, Brynn...Biomedical engineering major...Last name is pronounced Hi-Zing. HEISING ON PENN STATE “I chose Penn State for the beautiful campus and the excellent academic program that will prepare me for the rest of my life.”

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IRENE KIROPLIS 3 • 5-8 • Senior • Defenseman • Georgetown, Ontario • CHRIST THE KING CAREER STATS Year GP G A PTS SH +/- P-PIM PPG SHG GWG 2014-15 9 0 0 0 3 -5 3-6 0 0 0 2015-16 12 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 2016-17 35 1 3 4 18 -4 4-8 0 0 0 Totals 56 1 3 4 21 -9 7-14 0 0 0

2016-17 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN TEAM 2016-17 CHA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM 2015-16 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN TEAM 2015-16 CHA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM 2014-15 CHA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM NITTANY LION CAREER 2016-17 Played in all 35 games during the 2016-17 season...Finished the season with four points on one goal and three assists...Netted her first career point on a goal in an 8-1 win at Union (10/7)...Tallied her first career assist in a 3-3 tie against Boston University (10/14)... Tabbed an assist in a 6-4 loss at Mercyhurst (11/4)...Recorded an assist in a 3-2 victory against Lindenwood (11/11). 2015-16 Played in 12 games during her sophomore season for the Blue and White. 2014-15 Appeared in the Nittany Lions’ nine October contests at defense... Recorded one shot each in wins over St. Cloud State (10/4), at Union (10/17) and against Princeton (10/26)...Made four blocks, two of which came at Syracuse (10/31). BEFORE PENN STATE Member of the Brampton Canadettes this season, lettering for four seasons at Christ The King, serving as captain her senior year... In 2012-13 as a member of the Brampton Thunder, scored seven goals and served as an alternate captain...In 2013-14, played in 15 games with a game-winning goal for Brampton...Scored 16 goals and 11 assists as captain for Christ the King in 2012-13, following 10-point and 17-point seasons in 2010-11 and 201112, respectively...Named Athlete of the Year three times at Christ the King...Three-sport athlete at CTK, earning four berths in the Ontario High School Association Cross Country Championships and winning a Women’s Lacrosse Provincial Championship for the U19 C Division C. PERSONAL Irene Chrystal Kiroplis was born June 5, 1996, in Mississauga, Ontario...Parents are Effie and Chris Kiroplis...Has two younger sisters, Helen and Anna, and a younger brother, George... Kinesiology major.

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Cam Leonard 32 • 5-7 • Freshman • Goalie • Cary, N.C. • CHOATE ROSEMARY HALL • • • •

Captain of the Choate Rosemary Hall in 2016-17 Four-time attendee of USA hockey national camps Two-time attendee of the USA goaltending camp Broke the shutout record at Choate Rosemary Hall with 10 shutouts over 60 games

SCHREYER HONORS COLLEGE SCHOLAR BEFORE PENN STATE Team captain for Choate Rosemary Hall for the 2016-17 season...Four-time attendee at the USA Hockey National Player Developmental Camp (2013-16)...Attended the USA Hockey Goalie Development Camp in 2015 & 2016...2016-17 New England AllStar First Team honoree in the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) Division I...Broke the career shutouts record at Choate Rosemary Hall with 10. PERSONAL Cameron Davis Leonard was born on April 25, 1999, in Charlotte, North Carolina...Parents are Jim and Jennifer Leonard...Has a younger brother, Cooper...Intends to major in biology. LEONARD ON PENN STATE "The coaching staff and the resources available to athletes were both phenomenal. I felt I would be supported as a student-athlete here."

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BROOKE MADSEN 5 • 5-6 • Sophomore • Forward • Eagan, Minn. • EAGAN CAREER STATS Year GP G A PTS SH +/- P-PIM PPG SHG GWG 2016-17 35 7 14 21 91 -11 10-20 3 0 0 Totals 35 7 14 21 91 -11 10-20 3 0 0

2016-17 CHA ALL-ROOKIE TEAM 2016-17 CHA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM CHA ROOKIE OF THE WEEK (Oct. 10, 2016) NITTANY LION CAREER 2016-17 CHA All-Rookie Team honoree...CHA Rookie of the Week (Oct. 10)...Played in all 35 games during her rookie season...Finished the 2016-17 season with 21 points on seven goals and 14 assists...Her 21 points are the second-most by a Nittany Lion rookie in program history...Her 14 assists are the second-most by a Nittany Lion freshman in program history...Her seven goals are tied for fifth-best in program history by a Nittany Lion freshman...Finished second on the team in shots on goal with 91...Madsen began her Nittany Lion career with five points over the first three games on one goal and four assists...Recorded her first career point on an assist in a season-opening 4-2 loss at No. 5 Clarkson (9/30)...Scored her first career goal in a 2-1 loss at No. 5 Clarkson (10/1)...Tied a programrecord three-assist outing in an 8-1 win at Union (10/7)...Tallied a pair of assists in a 3-3 tie against Boston University (10/14)...Posted back-to-back games with one assist at Mercyhurst (11/4-5)... Recorded her first career two-goal game in a 5-5 tie at Princeton (12/31)...Netted her first career one goal and one assist game in a 4-4 tie against RIT (1/22)...Recorded four multi-point games on the year...Scored three power play goals during the 2016-17 season. BEFORE PENN STATE Three-time team MVP...All-state honoree...Five-time all-conference honoree...2016 Minnesota Ms. Hockey Semifinalist...Scored 77 goals and tallied 118 assists...Attended the USA Hockey National Camp in 2013 and 2014...Took part in the 2015 US Women's National Festival. PERSONAL Brooke Elizabeth Madsen was born on March 6, 1998, in St. Paul, Minnesota...Parents are Mike and Paula Madsen...Has a younger brother, Hunter...Plans to major in accounting.

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Amanda McLeod 25 • 5-7 • Sophomore • Forward • Okotoks, Alberta • EDGE MOUNTAINEERS CAREER STATS Year GP G A PTS SH +/- P-PIM PPG SHG GWG 2016-17 35 1 3 4 24 -5 8-16 0 0 0 Totals 35 1 3 4 24 -5 8-16 0 0 0

2016-17 CHA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM NITTANY LION CAREER 2016-17 Played in all 35 games during her freshman season...Tallied four points on one goal and three assists...Netted her first career point on an assist in Penn State’s 8-1 win at Union (10/7)...Scored her first career goal in a 3-0 victory against RIT (1/21)...Posted an assist in a 4-4 tie against RIT (1/22)...Collected an assist in Penn State’s 2-0 win at Lindenwood (2/11). BEFORE PENN STATE Played for the Edge Mountaineers in the Junior Women's Hockey League (JWHL) for three years...2015-16 captain of the Edge Mountaineers...Played for the Rocky Mountain Raiders for two seasons in the Alberta Major Bantam Hockey League (AMBFHL)...2012-13 captain of the Rocky Mountain Raiders...2012-13 Rocky Mountain Raiders MVP...2011-12 Rocky Mountain Raiders most improved player...Tallied 51 points with the Rocky Mountain Raiders (28g, 23a)...Recorded 86 points in three seasons with the Mountaineers (56g, 30a)...2015-2016 JWHL Silver Medalist...Scored 42 points on 29 goals and 13 assists during her senior season with the Mountaineers in the JWHL...Named an MVP nominee of the Canadian Sport School Hockey League (CSSHL) during the 2015-16 season...Tallied seven goals and three assists in eight games played for the Mountaineers in the CSSHL during the 2015-16 season...Served as an alternate captain for Team Alberta at the 2015 National Women's U-18 Championship...Team Alberta finished third at the 2015 National Women's U-18 Championship. PERSONAL Amanda Marie McLeod was born on October 11, 1998, in Calgary, Alberta...Parents are Scott and Kenda McLeod...Has one older brother, Mark, and one younger sister, Josie...Science major...Last name is pronounced MIC-cloud.

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Katie McMillan 16 • 5-4 • Sophomore • Defenseman • Minnetonka, Minn. • MINNETONKA CAREER STATS Year GP G A PTS SH +/- P-PIM PPG SHG GWG 2016-17 35 4 7 11 26 -20 15-30 3 0 0 Totals 35 4 7 11 26 -20 15-30 3 0 0

2016-17 AHCA All-American Scholar 2016-17 CHA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM 2016-17 ALL-CHA ROOKIE TEAM CHA ROOKIE OF THE WEEK (Nov. 7, 2016) NITTANY LION CAREER 2016-17 All-CHA Rookie Team honoree...AHCA All-American Scholar...CHA Rookie of the Week (Nov. 7)...Played in all 35 games during her freshman campaign...Netted 11 points on four goals and seven assists...On the power play, McMillan recorded eight points on three goals and five assists...Recorded her first career point on an assist in an 8-1 win at Union (10/7)...Scored six points on three goals and three assists during a five-game point streak (10/2811/12)...Recorded her first career goal in a 6-4 loss at Mercyhurst (11/4)...Tallied her first career two-assist game in a 3-2 overtime win at Mercyhurst (11/5)...Scored a goal in back-to-back games against Lindenwood (11/11-12)...Netted her second career twoassist game in a 6-5 loss against Robert Morris (12/4)...Scored her fourth goal of the season in a 4-3 loss against Mercyhurst (1/28). BEFORE PENN STATE During her senior year at Minnetonka High School, McMillan netted 46 points on 15 goals and 31 assists...Minnetonka finished the 2015-16 season with a record of 26-3-3...McMillan’s hockey honors in 2015-16 include: team captain, Hobey Baker award recipient, allacademic, all-conference, all-state honorable mention, Star Tribune All-Metro Second Team...Tallied 28 points (10g, 18a) in her junior year at Minnetonka High School...Alternate captain for the 2014-15 season...Reunites with high school teammates, Kelsey Crow and Hannah Ehresmann...A member of the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) "AA" state championship team in 2012-13...State runner-up in 2014-15...Three-time Lake Conference champion... Two-time section champion...2015-16 soccer honors include: allconference team, all-state, Star Tribune All-Metro First Team...Golf honors: 2015 & 2016 all-conference, 2014 honorable mention, team captain, three-time state qualifier...Other honors: four-year ”A” honor roll member, graduated Summa Cum Laude...2015-16 Minnetonka High School Female Athlete of the Year. PERSONAL Katherine Lorraine McMillan was born on February 24, 1998, in Waconia, Minnesota...Parents are Brian and Sheila McMillan...Has an older brother, Jack...Finance major with a minor in Chinese.

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Meike Meilleur 26 • 5-10 • Junior • Forward • Winnipeg, Manitoba • ST. MARYS ACADEMY CAREER STATS Year GP G A PTS SH +/- P-PIM PPG SHG GWG 2015-16 24 0 2 2 21 -5 2-4 0 0 0 2016-17 35 8 4 12 55 -17 10-20 1 0 2 Totals 59 8 6 14 76 -22 12-24 1 0 2

2016-17 CHA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM 2016-17 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN TEAM NITTANY LION CAREER 2016-17 Played in all 35 games during her sophomore year...Tallied 12 points on eight goals and four assists...Her eight goals are tied for third-most by a Nittany Lion sophomore...In a 5-0 victory at RIT, Meilleur recorded a career-best three-point outing on one goal and two assists (10/28)...Recorded three points on one goal and two assists in a series against Robert Morris (12/3-4)...Scored the game-winning goal in a 3-0 victory against RIT (1/21)...Netted her second game-winning goal of the season in a 3-2 victory at No. 8 Robert Morris (2/17). 2015-16 Played in 24 contests during her freshman season...Tallied two assists on the year...Netted her first career assist in a 3-0 win against Union (10/17)...Dished out her second career assist in a 2-2 tie at Robert Morris (11/13)...Recorded a career-high three shot attempts twice (Union 10/17, St. Lawrence 11/23)...Blocked a career-best two shot attempts at No. 10 Princeton (12/11). BEFORE PENN STATE During her senior year at St. Mary’s Academy’s Prep, Meilleur scored 45 points (21g, 24a) as the team captain...Recorded 25 points in 38 games her junior season as an alternate captain... Competed for Team Manitoba at the 2013 National Women’s Under-18 Championship, playing in four games to help Manitoba to a fifth-place finish...Gold medalist with Team West Coast at the 2012 U17 Girls World Selects in Bolzano, Italy. PERSONAL Meike Anna Meilleur was born on February 20, 1997, in Portage La Prairie, Manitoba...Parents are Gerry and Astrid...Has three older brothers, Mats, Lars and Jens...Jens currently plays for the Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga, Germany’s top-tier professional hockey league...Rehabilitation and human services major...First name in pronounced MY-keh...Last name is pronounced May-er.

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Shea Nelson 2 • 5-8 • Freshman • Forward • Evanston, Ill. • CHICAGO MISSION • •

Played for the Chicago Young Americans for five years A member of the Chicago Young Americans that won the U-14 national title in 2013

BEFORE PENN STATE Attended the Roycemore School...Played with the Chicago Mission for four years...Played for the Chicago Young Americans for five years...The Chicago Young Americans won the U-14 national title in 2013. PERSONAL Shea Marie Edwards Nelson was born on October 24, 1998, in Evanston, Illinois...Parents are Brad Nelson and Carla Edwards... Has older brother, Andrew, and an older sister, Kyle...Intends to major in psychology or business...First name is pronounced Shay. NELSON ON PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because I visited a lot of schools and Penn State was my favorite out of all of them. PSU is also a great academic institution with a fantastic hockey program and a really vibrant and exciting campus and student life.”

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DANIELA Paniccia 34 • 5-5 • Sophomore • Goalie • Oakville, Ontario • OAKVILLE JUNIOR HORNETS CAREER STATS Year GP-GS MIN GA GAA SV SV% SHO Record 2016-17 17-16 961:11 46 2.87 461 .909 3 5-8-2 Totals 17-16 961:11 46 2.87 461 .909 3 5-8-2

2016-17 CHA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM CHA GOALIE OF THE MONTH (Sept./Oct. 2016) CHA GOALIE OF THE WEEK (Jan. 2, 2017) CHA GOALIE OF THE WEEK (Nov. 14, 2016) CHA GOALIE OF THE WEEK (Oct. 31, 2016) CHA ROOKIE OF THE WEEK (Oct. 24, 2016) NITTANY LION CAREER 2016-17 CHA Goalie of the Month (Sept./Oct.)...CHA Rookie of the Week (10/24)...Three-time CHA Goalie of the Week honoree (10/31, 11/14 & 1/2)...Played in 17 games, which included 16 starts, during her freshman campaign...Posted a record of 5-8-2...Finished the season with a goals-against average of 2.87, a save percentage of .909, and made 461 saves in 961:11 minutes played...Tallied 30-or-more saves six times...Set Nittany Lion freshman goaltending records in saves (461), wins (five) and shutouts (three)...In her Nittany Lion debut at Union, Paniccia recorded 40 saves en route to an 8-1 victory (10/7)...Paniccia posted three-straight shutouts (10/2128)...Tallied her first career shutout in a 0-0 tie at UConn (10/21)... Recorded back-to-back shutouts at RIT (10/27-28)...Posted a career-best 47-save outing in a 2-1 loss at No. 8 Quinnipiac (12/30).

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BEFORE PENN STATE Played for three seasons with the Oakville Junior Hornets of the Provincial Women's Hockey League (PWHL)...During the 201516 season, Paniccia posted a record of 14-4-1...On the year, she made 364 saves, recorded a save percentage of .938, a goalsagainst average of 1.23 and posted seven shutouts...The Oakville Junior Hornets were named the Provincial finalists in 2015-16... Paniccia went 17-2-2 in net during 2014-15...In 2014-15, Paniccia made 320 saves, tallied a save percentage of .928, a goals-against average of 1.32 and recorded seven shutouts...Became the 17th goalie in the PWHL to tally 10 career shutouts...Finished her PWHL career ranked second in shutouts with 14. PERSONAL Daniela Cristina Paniccia was born on December 3, 1997, in Oakville, Ontario...Parents are Ben and Paulette Paniccia...Older sister, Nicole, was a goalie for the Penn State women's hockey team from 2012-14...Liberal arts major...Last name is pronounced Pan-E-Cha.


Katie Rankin 19 • 5-9 • Freshman • Forward • Kanata, Ontario • NEPEAN JUNIOR WILDCATS • • • •

Netted 51 points on 21 goals and 30 assists during the 2016-17 season A member of Team Ontario at the U-18 Nationals in 2016 Named the alternate captain of the Nepean Junior Wildcats during the 2016-17 season Three sport varsity athlete in hockey, tennis, and football at All Saints Catholic High School

BEFORE PENN STATE Attended All Saints Catholic High School...Played for the Nepean Junior Wildcats for two seasons...Tallied 51 points on 21 goals and 30 assists during the 2016-17 season...Played with Nittany Lion Caileah Forrest during the 2015-16 season...Netted 33 points on 12 goals and 21 assists during 2015-16...Named the alternate captain of the Nepean Junior Wildcats for the 2016-17 season... Her team won the Stoney Creek Showcase title in 2016...A member of Team Ontario at the U-18 Nationals in 2016. PERSONAL Kathryn Maureen Rankin was born on February 19, 1999 in Ottawa, Ontario...Parents are Michael and Kelly Rankin...Has three brothers, Kyle, Conor and Shane...Kyle captained the 2015-16 Princeton men's hockey team...Enrolled in the division of undergraduate studies...Name is pronounced Kay-Tee Rank-In. RANKIN ON PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because of its academic and athletic excellence as it offers a world of opportunities both on and off the ice. Its sense of pride and community, along with its outstanding alumni network are second to none.”

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Morgan Rolph 9 • 5-11 • Freshman • Defenseman • Mitchell, Ontario • K-W RANGERS • • • •

Led the Provincial Women's Hockey League (PWHL) in 2016-17 in points by a defenseman (23) 2014-15 captain of the Mitchell District High School Girls Hockey Team 2013-16 co-organizer of a girls hockey camp 2013-16 three-sport athlete with Mitchell Minor Soccer and Mitchell Minor Softball

BEFORE PENN STATE Attended St. Michael’s Catholic Secondary School...Led the Provincial Women's Hockey League (PWHL) in 2016-17 in points by a defenseman (23)...Played with the K-W Rangers during the 2016-17 season...Played for the Cambridge Rivulettes for three seasons...Tallied 44 points on 14 goals and 30 assists during her three seasons with the Rivulettes...Team MVP in 2015-16...2014 Mitchell Minor Sports Female Athlete of the Year. PERSONAL Morgan Elizabeth Rolph was born on February 21, 1999, in Stratford, Ontario...Parents are Jamie and Lisa Rolph...Has two brothers, Brett and Eric...Business major...Last name is pronounced Rol-f. ROLPH ON PENN STATE “Penn State is a home away from home, no other school can compete with the facilities, education and family atmosphere.”

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Kate RYDLAND 23 • 5-9 • Sophomore • Defenseman • Eden Prairie, Minn. • EDEN PRAIRIE CAREER STATS Year GP G A PTS SH +/- P-PIM PPG SHG GWG 2016-17 31 4 1 5 25 -5 5-10 0 0 0 Totals 31 4 1 5 25 -5 5-10 0 0 0

NITTANY LION CAREER 2016-17 Played in 31 games during her rookie season...Finished the year with five points on four goals and one assist...Recorded her first career goal in a 6-4 loss at Mercyhurst (11/4)...Tallied her first career assist in a 2-1 loss at No. 8 Quinnipiac (12/30)...Scored a goal in back-to-back games against RIT (1/21-22). BEFORE PENN STATE Team captain of the 2015-16 Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) Class “AA” State champion Eden Prairie Eagles...Threetime MSHSL hockey state participant...2015-16 all-conference and all-state honorable mention honoree...Scored 32 points on five goals and 27 assists during her senior season with the Eden Prairie Eagles...Two-time all-conference honorable mention...2012-13 Eden Prairie Rookie of the Year...Tallied 22 points during her junior year at Eden Prairie...A member of the 2013-14 Lake Conference championship team...2015-16 National Tournament participant with No. 1 ranked MN Elite Black (second place)...Three-time U-18 National Camp attendee...2014 USA/Canada Cup champion with Minnesota Black Elite...Five-time Minnesota Selects champion. PERSONAL Katherine Marie Rydland was born on May 11, 1998, in Eden Prairie, Minnesota...Parents are Rick and Valerie Rydland...Valerie swam for Penn State from 1982-84...Has an older brother, Quinn, and a younger sister, Kylie...Her grandfather is the late Pat Quinn...Pat was a long-time player and a coach in the NHL...Plans to major in marketing and public relations...Last name is pronounced Rid-land.

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Victoria Samuelsson 24 • 5-7 • Junior • Forward • Leksand, Sweden • BAY STATE BREAKERS CAREER STATS Year GP G A PTS SH +/- P-PIM PPG SHG GWG 2015-16 36 1 12 13 61 -11 3-6 0 0 0 2016-17 35 2 8 10 77 -18 7-14 1 0 0 Totals 71 3 20 23 138 -29 10-20 1 0 0

2016-17 CHA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM 2016-17 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN TEAM CHA ROOKIE OF THE WEEK (Oct. 19, 2015) CHA ROOKIE OF THE WEEK (Jan. 25, 2016) NITTANY LION CAREER 2016-17 Played in all 35 games during her sophomore season...Tallied 10 points on two goals and eight assists...Finished third on the team in shots on goal (77)...Recorded an assist in Penn State’s 4-2 season-opening loss at No. 5 Clarkson (9/30)...Posted a career-best seven shots on goal in a 5-0 victory at RIT (10/28)...Recorded an assist in back-to-back games (10/28-11/4)...Tallied one point in four-straight games (12/331)...Recorded an assist in back-to-back games against Robert Morris (12/3-4)...Scored her first goal of the season in a 2-1 loss at No. 8 Quinnipiac (12/30)...Recorded three points on one goal and two assists in a series against RIT (1/21-22). 2015-16 Two-time CHA Rookie of the Week (10/19, 1/25)...Played in 36 games during her freshman year...Netted 13 points (1g, 12a) on the year... Ranked second on the team with 12 assists...Her 12 assists rank second by a Nittany Lion freshman in program history (Yoxheimer – 17 – 2012-13)...Recorded her first point and assist of her Nittany Lion career in Penn State’s 5-3 victory over No. 7/8 Boston University (10/9)...Tallied her first two-assist game of her career in Penn State’s 3-0 win over Union (10/17)...Netted an assist against Union (10/18), UConn (10/25), Lindenwood (10/30), Ohio State (1/2), RIT (1/16), Robert Morris (1/22) and RIT (1/30)...Recorded her second two-assist game of the season in a 3-0 win against Lindenwood (2/12)...Scored the first goal of her Nittany Lion career at St. Lawrence (11/23)...Posted a career-best five shot attempts against Union (10/17)...Ranked sixth on the team with her 61 shot attempts...Only committed three penalties on the year. BEFORE PENN STATE Played for Modo Hockey Dam in Rikkserien, Sweden’s top women’s hockey league, for three seasons...Scored 56 points in 80 career games, including a career-best 23 in 2012-13...Finished each season for Modo with a plus-minus rating of 11-or-higher...Assisted on the game-winning goal when Modo won Sweden’s women’s championship in 2011-12...The team was the first outside of the Stockholm region to win the Swedish championship...Alternate captain for the Swedish U18 National Team at the 2014 World Women’s U18 Championship, where she recorded a goal and an assist in five games.

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PERSONAL Victoria Maria Samuelsson was born on August 24, 1996, in Falun, Sweden...Parents are Jeanette and Ulf Samuelsson...Father Ulf played 15 seasons in the NHL and is currently an assistant coach with the Chicago Blackhawks...Has three brothers, Adam, Henrik and Philip... Adam plays for the USA National Development Team...Henrik, the No. 27 pick in the 2012 NHL Draft by the Arizona Coyotes, plays for the New York Rangers...Philip plays for the Carolina Hurricanes... Advertising and public relations major.


Sophie Slattery 17 • 5-7 • Freshman • Forward • Edina, Minn. • EDINA • • •

Netted 40 points on 19 goals and 21 assists during her senior season Hockey and tennis state champion at Edina High School Wells Fargo 2017 All-Tournament Team

BEFORE PENN STATE Attended Edina High School...Edina captured the 2016-17 Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) Class AA Girls Hockey Championship...Named to the 2016-17 Wells Fargo All-Tournament team...Tabbed the player of the game in a 4-0 win over Eden Prairie in the 2016-17 MSHSL Class AA semifinal...Two-time all-conference honorable mention honoree...Named all-conference during her senior season...Posted 40 points on 19 goals and 21 assists during her senior year...Netted 32 points on 10 goals and 22 assists during her junior season...Tallied 22 points on 10 goals and 12 assists during her sophomore season...Tennis state champion. PERSONAL Sophia Marie Slattery was born on July 14, 1999, in Edina, Minnesota... Parents are Peter and Nicole Slattery...Has two brothers, Casey and C.J...Journalism major...Last name is pronounced Slatt-er-EE. SLATTERY ON PENN STATE "I chose Penn State because of the amazing academic opportunities and incredible school spirit."

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Bella Sutton 11 • 5-6 • Senior • Defenseman • Shoreview, Minn. • MOUNDS VIEW CAREER STATS Year GP G A PTS SH +/- P-PIM PPG SHG GWG 2014-15 37 7 8 15 51 -9 13-26 5 0 3 2015-16 37 4 8 12 70 0 15-30 3 0 1 2016-17 29 2 11 13 54 -9 8-16 1 0 1 Totals 103 13 27 40 175 -18 36-72 9 0 5 2017-18 CAPTAIN 2016-17 AHCA All-American Scholar 2016-17 CHA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM 2016-17 BIG TEN DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR 2016-17 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN TEAM 2016-17 ALL-CHA SECOND TEAM 2015-16 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN TEAM 2015-16 CHA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM 2014-15 ALL-CHA ROOKIE TEAM 2014-15 CHA STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2014-15 CHA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM CHA PLAYER OF THE WEEK (Jan. 19, 2015) CHA ROOKIE OF THE WEEK (March 2, 2015) NITTANY LION CAREER 2016-17 AHCA All-American Scholar...All-CHA Second Team honoree...Played in 29 games during her junior season....Finished the 2016-17 season with 13 points on two goals and a career-best 11 assists...Her 13 points are tied for fifth-best by a Nittany Lion junior...Sutton’s 11 assists are the third-most by a Nittany Lion junior...Opened the year with four points over the first three games (4a)...In an 8-1 victory at Union, Sutton recorded a two-assist outing and a +4 rating (10/7)... Tallied her first goal of the season in a 3-3 tie against Boston University (10/14)... Scored the game-winning goal in a 3-2 victory against Lindenwood (11/11)... Became the 13th Nittany Lion to skate in 100 games (2/18). 2015-16 Played in all 37 games on the Nittany Lion blueline...Recorded 12 points on four goals and eight assists...Sutton led the Nittany Lion defensemen in goals, assists and points in 2015-16...Her eight assists were tied for third-best on the team... Her four goals were tied for fifth-best for the Nittany Lions in 2015-16...Ranked sixth on the team with her 12 points...Ranked second on the team with three power play goals, four power play assists and seven power play points...Ranked fourth on the team with 70 shot attempts...Led the Nittany Lions in blocked shots (48)...Blocked a season-best four shot attempts twice (No. 10 Princeton 12/12, RIT 1/30)...Scored her first goal of the season on an unassisted power play goal in Penn State’s 5-3 victory over No. 7/8 Boston University (10/9)...Tallied an assist against Union (10/18), Lindenwood (10/30), Syracuse (12/5), No. 10 Princeton (12/12), Mercyhurst (2/19) and RIT (2/26)...Scored a power play goal in Penn State’s 3-2 overtime win at RIT (1/16)...Scored the game-winning goal in Penn State’s 3-2 overtime win against Robert Morris (1/22)...Netted a career-best two assists in a 2-2 tie at Mercyhurst (2/20)...Scored her third power play goal of the season in the CHA Semifinal round against Syracuse (3/4). 2014-15 CHA All-Rookie Team...Appeared in all 37 games for the Nittany Lions on the blueline, leading all defensemen with 15 points (seven goals, eight assists)...Five power play goals tied for the team lead, and 11 (5g, 6a) power play points ranked first...Scored both game-winners in the RIT home series (1/17-18), resulting in CHA Player of the Week honors...Third game-winner of the season came against No. 6 Mercyhurst...Also had an assist in the series-opening game...Notched an assist in four-straight games (10/26-11/1)...Tallied three points in the CHA Tournament semifinal-clinching game against Lindenwood (2/28), yielding CHA Rookie of the Week accolades...Led Penn State in blocked shots with 66, with a single-game high of eight in the season finale against RIT (1/18)...Took 51 shots on the season, recording a season-high four twice.

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BEFORE PENN STATE Five-year letterwinner at Mounds View High School, while playing three years for the Minnesota Junior Whitecaps and two years for the Minnesota Elite League’s White Team...Had outstanding senior season earning Ms. Hockey Semifinalist, Star Tribune All-Metro First Team and Pioneer Press East Metro Player of the Year honors as well as the Herb Brooks Award...Named to the MSHSL Girls’ State Hockey All-Tournament Team...Participated in the USA Hockey U16 and U18 National Developmental Camps, earning spots on the All-Star Team...Was an alternate for the USA Hockey U15 National Development Camp...Helped lead the Minnesota Elite White Team to the 2013 USA-Canada Cup U19 Championship... Played two years of varsity soccer, leading team to third place in 2010...Threw discus as a varsity letterwinner in track & field. PERSONAL Isabella Marie Sutton was born January 20, 1996, in St. Paul, Minnesota.... Parents are Ross and Joanie Sutton...Has an older brother, Sam, an older sister, Sierra, and a younger brother, Joe...Biology major.


Christi vetter 8 • 5-11 • Senior • Forward • Lakeville, Minn. • LAKEVILLE NORTH CAREER STATS Year GP G A PTS SH +/- P-PIM PPG SHG GWG 2014-15 15 0 0 0 1 -1 - 0 0 0 2015-16 13 1 0 1 5 +2 - 0 0 0 2016-17 27 1 1 2 19 -3 3-6 0 0 0 Totals 55 2 1 3 25 -2 3-6 0 0 0

2016-17 AHCA All-American Scholar 2016-17 CHA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM 2016-17 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN TEAM 2015-16 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN TEAM 2014-15 CHA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM NITTANY LION CAREER 2016-17 AHCA All-American Scholar...Played in 27 of 35 games on the year...Netted two points on one goal and one assist...Scored her lone goal of the season in an 8-1 win at Union (10/7)...Tallied her first career assist in a 2-1 loss against RIT in the CHA First Round (3/3). 2015-16 Recorded her first career goal, and point, as a Nittany Lion in a 5-3 win over No. 7/8 Boston University (10/9)...Tallied five shot attempts on the year with two against No. 1 Minnesota (10/1) and two against No. 7/8 Boston University (10/9)...Also recorded two blocked shots on the year with one against No. 1 Minnesota (10/1) and one against No. 7/8 Boston University (10/9). 2014-15 Made appearances in 13 games, recording one shot and one block each against Quinnipiac (10/11). BEFORE PENN STATE Standout forward for Lakeville North High School, earning three All-Conference First Team honors helping Lakeville North to the Minnesota State Final Four in 2011-12 and 2012-13...Helped the team to two Suburban Conference and sectional titles in 2011-12 and 2012-13...Led the team to a fourth-place state finish in 201112 and a third-place finish in 2012-13 following the longest game in tournament history, a six-overtime loss to Minnetonka vs. future Nittany Lion teammates Laura Bowman and Amy Petersen...Tallied 163 points on 82 goals and 91 assists in the first four years of high school-level hockey...Led Lakeview North as team captain in 2013-14...Played on the USA Hockey U18 National Team in 2012... Took part in the USA Hockey U18 August 2012 Fest and in USA Hockey Developmental Team Camps in 2011 and 2012...Four-year letterwinner in golf and was the team captain from 2012-14, earning All-Conference First Team honors 2010-13...Also a three-year letter winner in cross country (2009-12), earning a spot in the state race in 2010 and All-Conference honorable mention in 2010. PERSONAL Christine Rose Vetter was born September 7, 1995, in Houston, Texas...Parents are Jane and Paul Vetter...Mother, Jane, played softball at Nebraska (1986-90)...Has two younger sisters, Brianna and Skylar...Cousin, Laura Kremer, played volleyball at Iowa (200508)...Biobehavioral health major. 2017-18 // WELCOME TO HOCKEY VALLEY

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Olivia Villani 22 • 5-10 • Sophomore • Forward • Pittsburgh, Pa. • EAST COAST WIZARDS CAREER STATS Year GP G A PTS SH +/- P-PIM PPG SHG GWG 2016-17 35 0 0 0 1 -5 3-6 0 0 0 Totals 35 0 0 0 1 -5 3-6 0 0 0

NITTANY LION CAREER 2016-17 Played in all 35 games during her rookie campaign...Recorded her first shot attempt in a 5-0 victory at RIT (10/28). BEFORE PENN STATE Played club hockey for the Pittsburgh Pens Elite program from 2012-15...Played with the East Coast Wizards in the New England Women’s Junior Hockey League (NEWHJL) in 2015-16...With the Wizards, Villani was named the team captain and scored 14 points (5g, 9a) in 29 games played, which was sixth-best on the team... Villani was named the NEWHJL defenseman star for the month of October 2015. PERSONAL Olivia Evelyn Villani was born on August 8, 1997, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania...Parents are Rick and Kim Villani...Plans to major in advertising/public relations...Last name is pronounced Vil-Lawn-EE.

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Abby Welch 10 • 5-7 • Sophomore • Forward • East Amherst, N.Y. • NICHOLS SCHOOL CAREER STATS Year GP G A PTS SH +/- P-PIM PPG SHG GWG 2016-17 35 3 6 9 48 -10 8-16 1 0 0 Totals 35 3 6 9 48 -10 8-16 1 0 0

NITTANY LION CAREER 2016-17 Played in all 35 games during her rookie campaign...Netted nine points on three goals and six assists...Tallied her first career point on an assist in an 8-1 win at Union (10/7)...Scored her first career goal, and recorded a career-best four shots on goal, in a 7-2 loss against Boston University (10/15)...Recorded her first career twopoint outing on one goal and one assist in a 5-0 win at RIT (10/28)... Scored her third career goal in a 4-1 loss at Syracuse (1/14)... Netted her second career two-point game on a career-best twoassist outing in a 4-3 loss against Mercyhurst (1/28). BEFORE PENN STATE Played for four seasons with the Nichols Vikings...The Nichols Vikings went 112-25-14 during her four years on the team... Scored 103 points (47g, 56a) in 151 games played with the Nichols Vikings...Played for two seasons with the Niagara Junior Purple Eagles...Netted 97 points (43g, 54a) in 81 games played with the Niagara Junior Purple Eagles...Six-time New York state champion... Six appearances at the USA Hockey National Championships... Three-time NAPHA (North American Prep Hockey Association) champion...Three-time Conference of Independent Schools Athletic Association (CISAA) Canadian champion...NAPHA All-League honoree...2014 and 2015 USA Hockey National Select U-18 Camp attendee...2013 USA Hockey Select U-15 National Camp...The Buffalo News 2015-16 Female Prep Talk Hockey Player of the Year...Played with Nittany Lion Kelly Seward with the Nichols Vikings during the 2012-13 season. PERSONAL Abby Ireland Welch was born on June 24, 1998, in East Amherst, New York...Parents are Scott and Patricia Welch...Has three older sisters, Haley, Kelsey and Madison...Haley played hockey at Union, Kelsey played hockey at Mercyhurst and Madison is a goalie on the Syracuse women's hockey team...Biobehavioral health major and intends to go into nursing.

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2016-17 results 2016-17 Penn State Women's Hockey Penn State Game Results (as of Oct 02, 2017) All games

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Date Sep 30 Oct 01 Oct 07 Oct 08 Oct 14 Oct 15 Oct 21 Oct 22 Oct 27 Oct 28 Nov 04 Nov 05 Nov 11 Nov 12 Nov 21 Nov 22 Dec 03 Dec 04 Dec 30 Dec 31 Jan 06 Jan 07 Jan 13 Jan 14 Jan 21 Jan 22 Jan 27 Jan 28 Feb 10 Feb 11 Feb 17 Feb 18 Feb 24 Feb 25 Mar 2

Opponent

at #5 Clarkson at #5 Clarkson at UNION at UNION BOSTON UNIVERSITY BOSTON UNIVERSITY at UCONN at UCONN at RIT at RIT at Mercyhurst at Mercyhurst LINDENWOOD LINDENWOOD #3 ST. LAWRENCE #3 ST. LAWRENCE ROBERT MORRIS ROBERT MORRIS at #8 Quinnipiac at Princeton OHIO STATE OHIO STATE at Syracuse at Syracuse RIT RIT MERCYHURST MERCYHURST at Lindenwood at Lindenwood at #8 Robert Morris at #8 Robert Morris SYRACUSE SYRACUSE vs RIT

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Score L L W L Tot L Tot L W W L Wot W Tot L L L L L Tot L L L L W Tot L L W W W L L L L

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

Shots

15/43 25/36 20/41 26/25 35/32 23/37 39/33 31/29 37/29 27/24 18/40 32/35 22/20 29/25 18/37 16/35 27/30 36/30 19/49 25/53 29/34 26/29 17/37 15/34 26/20 33/29 13/32 33/33 28/25 21/41 23/37 22/33 17/29 14/23 29/30

Team Record Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: Overtime:

Overall 0-1-0 0-2-0 1-2-0 1-3-0 1-3-1 1-4-1 1-4-2 1-5-2 2-5-2 3-5-2 3-6-2 4-6-2 5-6-2 5-6-3 5-7-3 5-8-3 5-9-3 5-10-3 5-11-3 5-11-4 5-12-4 5-13-4 5-14-4 5-15-4 6-15-4 6-15-5 6-16-5 6-17-5 7-17-5 8-17-5 9-17-5 9-18-5 9-19-5 9-20-5 9-21-5 W-L-T 9-21-5 8-10-2 2-11-3 7-9-2 0-1-0 1-0-5

Conf 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 2-1-0 3-1-0 4-1-0 4-1-1 4-1-1 4-1-1 4-2-1 4-3-1 4-3-1 4-3-1 4-3-1 4-3-1 4-4-1 4-5-1 5-5-1 5-5-2 5-6-2 5-7-2 6-7-2 7-7-2 8-7-2 8-8-2 8-9-2 8-10-2 8-10-2

Time

2:05 2:00 2:00 2:00 2:06 1:55 2:07 2:00 1:57 2:03 1:52 1:55 1:46 1:59 1:51 1:52 1:57 2:00 1:57 P 2:05 1:50 1:56 1:56 1:57 1:54 1:54 2:02 2:04 1:56 1:54 2:00 2:01 2:04 1:51 1:53 Attendance Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

Att. Goalie of record Hannah Ehresmann Hannah Ehresmann Daniela Paniccia Daniela Paniccia Hannah Ehresmann Hannah Ehresmann Daniela Paniccia Hannah Ehresmann Daniela Paniccia Daniela Paniccia Daniela Paniccia Daniela Paniccia Daniela Paniccia Daniela Paniccia Hannah Ehresmann Hannah Ehresmann Daniela Paniccia Daniela Paniccia Daniela Paniccia Hannah Ehresmann Daniela Paniccia Daniela Paniccia Hannah Ehresmann Daniela Paniccia Hannah Ehresmann Hannah Ehresmann Hannah Ehresmann Hannah Ehresmann Hannah Ehresmann Hannah Ehresmann Hannah Ehresmann Hannah Ehresmann Hannah Ehresmann Hannah Ehresmann Hannah Ehresmann

253 228 111 132 574 745 125 173 653 295 1082 1099 348 624 286 264 289 349 451 131 302 855 143 134 402 245 361 990 309 293 546 681 423 553 487

Dates 35 16 18 1

Total 14936 7610 6839 487

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Avg. 427 476 380 487

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2016-17 season stats 2016-17 Penn State Women's Hockey Penn State Overall Individual Statistics (as of Jul 31, 2017) All games Overall: 9-21-5 Conf: 8-10-2 Home: 2-11-3 Away: 7-9-2 Neut: 0-1-0

## 18 9 5 27 11 26 16 24 10 7 15 12 23 3 25 8 28 22 TM

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Laura Bowman Amy Petersen Brooke Madsen Kelly Seward Bella Sutton Meike Meilleur Katie McMillan Victoria Samuelsson Abby Welch Kelsey Crow Aly Hardy Sarah Nielsen Kate Rydland Irene Kiroplis Amanda McLeod Christi Vetter Caileah Forrest Olivia Villani TEAM Total Opponents

Goalie

Hannah Ehresmann Daniela Paniccia EMPTY NET Total Opponents

gp

33 35 35 35 29 35 35 35 35 26 33 35 31 35 35 27 35 35 26 35 35

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a

Shots pts

sh

18 14 32 166 14 16 30 71 7 14 21 91 1 13 14 58 2 11 13 54 8 4 12 55 4 7 11 26 2 8 10 77 3 6 9 48 3 5 8 42 3 5 8 40 2 5 7 45 4 1 5 25 1 3 4 18 1 3 4 24 1 1 2 19 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 74 116 190 866 104 150 254 1149

gp-gs

20-19 17-16 26-0 35-0 35-0

Goal average minutes ga

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sh%

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Penalties pen-min min maj

.108 -3 7-14 7 .197 -2 9-18 9 .077 -11 10-20 10 .017 -17 17-34 17 .037 -9 8-16 8 .145 -17 10-20 10 .154 -20 15-30 15 .026 -18 7-14 7 .062 -10 8-16 8 .071 -1 9-18 9 .075 -7 3-6 3 .044 -12 10-20 10 .160 -5 5-10 5 .056 -4 4-8 4 .042 -5 8-16 8 .053 -3 3-6 3 .000 -4 10-20 10 .000 -5 3-6 3 .000 0 2-4 2 .085 -153 148-296 148 .091 - 158-324 157

avg

2.67 2.87 2.94 2.09

Saves saves

584 461 0 1045 792

pct

.920 .909 .000 .909 .915

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

w

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COLLEGE HOCKEY AMERICA

LINDENWOOD St. Charles Missouri

MERCYHURST Erie Pennsylvania

PENN STATE

COLLEGE HOCKEY AMERICA HISTORY

Penn State­—along with Lindenwood and RIT—ushered in a new era of collegiate women’s hockey when the three new teams competed in College Hockey America (CHA) during the 2012-13 season. Now the league boasts six schools: charter member Mercyhurst College, Robert Morris University (joined 2005), Syracuse University (joined 2008), Lindenwood University, Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) and Penn State University. The 2017-18 season is the fourth year in which the CHA Tournament winner will earn an automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament. For the fifth-straight season, each school will play the other five schools four times (two home, two away) for a total of 20 CHA match-ups. The 2018 CHA Tournament will run from March 1-3. The six-team tournament format takes place at the HARBORCENTER in Buffalo, N.Y. The CHA First Round is March 1 with the 3-6 and 4-5 matchups. The No. 1 seed will play the lowest-seed remaining in the tournament during the CHA semifinal round. The CHA represents all three of Pennsylvania’s Division I teams (Mercyhurst, Robert Morris, and Penn State), while stretching north to New York (RIT and Syracuse) and west to Missouri (Lindenwood). Mercyhurst has ruled the roost winning the regular-season CHA title in every campaign for 14 straight years. The only blips in its dominance have come in the past six seasons. Last season, Robert Morris captured both CHA regular season and tournament titles. Along with their two titles last season, the Colonials captured their first tournament title during the 2011-12 campaign. Along with Mercyhurst and Robert Morris, the RIT Tigers are the only team to capture a CHA Tournament title (2014 & '15).

ALL-TIME CHA CHAMPIONS Year Regular Season 2002-03 Mercyhurst 2003-04 Mercyhurst 2004-05 Mercyhurst 2005-06 Mercyhurst 2006-07 Mercyhurst 2007-08 Mercyhurst 2008-09 Mercyhurst 2009-10 Mercyhurst 2010-11 Mercyhurst 2011-12 Mercyhurst 2012-13 Mercyhurst 2013-14 Mercyhurst 2014-15 Mercyhurst 2015-16 Mercyhurst 2016-17 Robert Morris

Tournament Mercyhurst Mercyhurst Mercyhurst Mercyhurst Mercyhurst Mercyhurst Mercyhurst Mercyhurst Mercyhurst Robert Morris Mercyhurst RIT RIT Mercyhurst Robert Morris

RIT

University Park Pennsylvania

Rochester New York

ROBERT MORRIS Moon Township Pennsylvania

SYRACUSE Syracuse New York

College hockey America OFFICE 7 Parkridge Road Haverhill, MA 01835

Robert M. DeGregorio, Jr. Commissioner Steffan Waters Director of Media Relations Eugene Binda Supervisor of Officials

2017-18 PENN STATE CHA SCHEDULE OCTOBER

Sat. 28 Sun. 29

NOVEMBER

Fri. Sat. Fri. Sat.

3 4 10 11

DECEMBER Fri. Sat.

1 2

JANUARY

Fri. Sat. Fri. Sat. Fri. Sat.

12 13 19 20 26 27

FEBRUARY

Fri. Sat. Fri. Sat. Fri. Sat.

9 10 16 17 23 24

MARCH

Thurs. 1 Fri. 2 Sat. 3

ROBERT MORRIS ROBERT MORRIS

University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa.

2 p.m. 2 p.m.

MERCYHURST MERCYHURST at Syracuse at Syracuse

University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. Syracuse, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y.

2 p.m. TBA 7 p.m. 3 p.m.

at RIT at RIT

Rochester, N.Y. Rochester, N.Y.

2 p.m. 1 p.m.

at Lindenwood at Lindenwood SYRACUSE SYRACUSE at Robert Morris at Robert Morris

Wentzville, Mo. Wentzville, Mo. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa.

7 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m.

at Mercyhurst at Mercyhurst RIT RIT LINDENWOOD LINDENWOOD

Erie, Pa. Erie, Pa. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa.

3 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m. TBA TBA

CHA First Round CHA Semifinals CHA Finals

Buffalo, N.Y. (HarborCenter) Buffalo, N.Y. (HarborCenter) Buffalo, N.Y. (HarborCenter)

TBA TBA TBA

BOLD CAPS indicate home game at Pegula Ice Arena. 2017-18 // WELCOME TO HOCKEY VALLEY

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2016-17 CHA IN REVIEW 2016-17 CHA STANDINGS GP Pts. CHA Pct. GF GA GP Overall Pct. GF GA Robert Morris*# 20 32 15-3-2 .800 60 37 35 24-5-6 .771 106 74 Syracuse 20 30 14-4-2 .750 63 24 34 16-13-5 .544 85 59 Mercyhurst 20 23 11-8-1 .575 58 45 35 15-18-2 .457 92 85 Penn State 20 18 8-10-2 .450 47 54 35 9-21-5 .329 74 104 RIT 20 10 4-14-2 .250 31 59 36 7-27-2 .222 49 116 Lindenwood 20 7 3-16-1 .175 18 58 33 6-25-2 .175 36 100 * CHA Regular Season Champion # CHA Tournament Champion 2017 CHA TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND (Buffalo, N.Y.) #6 Lindenwood 3, #3 Mercyhurst 2 #5 RIT 2, #4 Penn State 1

2017 CHA TOURNAMENT SEMIFINALS (Buffalo, N.Y.) #1 Robert Morris 2, #6 Lindenwood 1 #2 Syracuse 4, #5 RIT 0 2017 CHA TOURNAMENT FINAL (Buffalo, N.Y.) #1 Robert Morris 2, #2 Syracuse 0

2016-17 CHA AWARDS Scoring Trophy Brittany Howard (RMU) Team Sportsmanship Penn State Individual Sportsmanship Caitlin Wallace (RIT) Best Defenseman Allie Munroe (SU) Defensive Forward Mackenzie Stone (RIT) Goaltending Trophy Abbey Miller (SU) Coach of the Year Paul Colontino (RMU) Rookie of the Year Jaycee Gebhard (RMU) Player of the Year Brittany Howard (RMU)

POINTS Brittany Howard Robert Morris Jaycee Gebhard Robert Morris Brooke Hartwick Mercyhurst Laura Bowman Penn State Two Tied

GOALS Jaycee Gebhard Robert Morris Brittany Howard Robert Morris Laura Bowman Penn State all-cha first team Brooke Hartwick Mercyhurst Laura Bowman F Penn State Two Tied Stephanie Grossi F Syracuse Brittany Howard F Robert Morris ASSISTS Allie Munroe D Syracuse Brittany Howard Robert Morris Kirsten Welsh D Robert Morris Jaycee Gebhard Robert Morris Jessica Dodds G Robert Morris Maggie Lague Robert Morris Brooke Hartwick Mercyhurst all-cha Second team Katherine Murphy Robert Morris Brooke Hartwick F Mercyhurst Jaycee Gebhard F Robert Morris PLUS-MINUS Amy Petersen F Penn State Megan Quinn Syracuse Jillian Skinner D Mercyhurst Dakota Derrer Syracuse Bella Sutton D Penn State Jaycee Gebhard Robert Morris Abbey Miller G Syracuse Three Tied all-cha ROOKIE team Jaycee Gebhard F Robert Morris POINTS BY a Defenseman Maggie Knott F Mercyhurst Kirsten Welsh Robert Morris Brooke Madsen F Penn State Maggie Lague Robert Morris Savannah Rennie F Syracuse Allie Munroe Syracuse Lindsay Eastwood D Syracuse Katherine Murphy Robert Morris Courtney Ganske D Lindenwood Jillian Skinner Mercyhurst Katie McMillan D Penn State Terra Lanteigne G RIT POINTS BY a Freshman Jaycee Gebhard Robert Morris all-cha Tournament team Brooke Madsen Penn State Sarah Bobrowski F Lindenwood Savannah Rennie Syracuse Brittany Howard F Robert Morris Sam Isbell Mercyhurst Jessica Gazzola F Robert Morris Maggie Knott Mercyhurst Allie Munroe D Syracuse Megan Quinn D Syracuse Jessica Dodds G Robert Morris* *Most Outstanding Player 44

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50 46 34 32 30

SHOTS ON GOAL Laura Bowman Penn State Brittany Howard Robert Morris Brooke Hartwick Mercyhurst Kendall Cornine RIT Jaycee Gebhard Robert Morris

166 160 138 129 125

22 20 18 16 14

GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE Abbey Miller Syracuse Jessica Dodds Robert Morris Jessica Convery Mercyhurst Hannah Ehresmann Penn State Two Tied

1.58 1.89 2.08 2.67 2.71

30 24 19 18 17

SAVE PERCENTAGE Jessica Dodds Robert Morris Abbey Miller Syracuse Hannah Ehresmann Penn State Terra Lanteigne RIT Jenna de Jonge RIT

.931 .923 .920 .918 .913

SAVES Jolene deBruyn Lindenwood Jessica Dodds Robert Morris Hannah Ehresmann Penn State Abbey Miller Syracuse Terra Lanteigne RIT

790 604 584 575 570

23 22 21 18 18

WINNING PERCENTAGE Jessica Dodds Robert Morris Abbey Miller Syracuse Jessica Convery Mercyhurst Sarah McDonnell Mercyhurst Daniela Paniccia Penn State

.771 .565 .475 .433 .400

46 21 19 17 17

PENALTY MINUTES Kirsten Welsh Robert Morris Dakota Derrer Syracuse Brittany Howard Robert Morris Mallory Rushton RIT Two Tied

71 66 52 46 44

+19 +16 +16 +15


HONORS and AWARDS COLLEGE HOCKEY AMERICA HONORS & AWARDS 2016-17

ALL-CHA FIRST TEAM Laura Bowman

2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

ALL-CHA second TEAM Laura Bowman Amy Petersen, Celine Whitlinger Amy Petersen, Bella Sutton

2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2016-17

ALL-CHA ROOKIE TEAM Shannon Yoxheimer Laura Bowman Hannah Ehresmann, Bella Sutton Brooke Madsen, Katie McMillan

2015-16

CHA Defensive forward Micayla Catanzariti

CHA SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD 2013-14 Taylor Gross 2015-16 Jill Holdcroft CHA Team SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD 2013-14 Penn State 2014-15 Penn State 2015-16 Penn State Cha student-athlete of the year 2013-14 Laura Bowman, Lindsay Reihl 2014-15 Bella Sutton cha All-academic team Jeanette Bateman, Kate Christoffersen, Hannah Hoenshell, Jill Holdcroft, Paige Jahnke, Darby Kern, Emily Laurenzi, Brooke Meyer, Kendra Rasmussen, Lindsay Reihl, Stephanie Walkom, Tess Weaver, Jenna Welch, Sarah Wilkie, Katie Zinn Jeanette Bateman, Laura Bowman Taylor Gross, Hannah Hoenshell, Jill Holdcroft, Paige Jahnke, Darby Kern, Cara Mendelson, Sarah Nielsen, Amy Petersen, Kendra Rasmussen, Lindsay Reihl, Kelly Seward, Madison Smiddy, Jenna Welch, Celine Whitlinger, Sarah Wilkie, Shannon Yoxheimer Jeanette Bateman, Laura Bowman, Hannah Bramm, Micayla Catanzariti, Hannah Ehresmann, Aly Hardy, Hannah Hoenshell, Jill Holdcroft, Paige Jahnke, Irene Kiroplis, Emily Laurenzi, Remi Martin, Sarah Nielsen, Amy Petersen, Kendra Rasmussen, Caitlin Reilly, Kelly Seward, Bella Sutton, Christi Vetter, Celine Whitlinger, Sarah Wilkie, Shannon Yoxheimer 2015-16 Jeanette Bateman, Laura Bowman, Micayla Catanzariti, Kelsey Crow, Hannah Ehresmann, Jill Holdcroft, Paige Jahnke, Irene Kiroplis, Emily Laurenzi, Remi Martin, Sarah Nielsen, Jordin Pardoski, Amy Petersen, Kelly Seward, Bella Sutton, Celine Whitlinger, Sarah Wilkie, Shannon Yoxheimer 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

cha All-academic team (COnt.) 2016-17 Laura Bowman, Kelsey Crow, Hannah Ehresmann, Aly Hardy, Irene Kiroplis, Brooke Madsen, Amanda McLeod, Katie McMillan, Meike Meilleur, Sarah Nielsen, Daniela Paniccia, Amy Petersen, Victoria Samuelsson, Kelly Seward, Bella Sutton, Christi Vetter

COSIDA Academic All-American 2016-17 Laura Bowman (Second Team)

CHA PLAYER OF THE MONTH Dec. 2014 Laura Bowman Sept./Oct. 2016 Laura Bowman

Big ten conference Academic Honors

CHA GOALIE OF THE MONTH Dec. 2014 Celine Whitlinger Jan. 2015 Celine Whitlinger Oct. 2015 Celine Whitlinger Feb. 2016 Celine Whitlinger Sept./Oct. 2016 Daniela Paniccia CHA Rookie OF THE MONTH Nov. 2012 Shannon Yoxheimer CHA PLAYER OF THE WEEK Oct. 22, 2012 Shannon Yoxheimer Oct. 7, 2013 Hannah Hoenshell Nov. 11, 2014 Laura Bowman Dec. 15, 2014 Laura Bowman Jan. 19, 2015 Bella Sutton Jan. 25, 2016 Amy Petersen Oct. 10, 2016 Amy Petersen Nov. 7, 2016 Amy Petersen Dec. 5, 2016 Laura Bowman CHA GOALIE OF THE WEEK Oct. 20, 2014 Celine Whitlinger Nov. 24, 2014 Celine Whitlinger Dec. 8, 2014 Celine Whitlinger Dec. 15, 2014 Celine Whitlinger Jan. 19, 2015 Celine Whitlinger March 3, 2015 Celine Whitlinger Oct. 5, 2015 Celine Whitlinger Nov. 16, 2015 Celine Whitlinger Dec. 14, 2015 Hannah Ehresmann Feb. 15, 2016 Celine Whitlinger Oct. 31, 2016 Daniela Paniccia Nov. 14, 2016 Daniela Paniccia Jan. 2, 2017 Daniela Paniccia Feb. 13, 2017 Hannah Ehresmann CHA ROOKIE OF THE WEEK Oct. 8, 2012 Micayla Catanzariti Dec. 10, 2012 Celine Whitlinger Jan. 7, 2013 Hannah Hoenshell Oct. 7, 2013 Kelly Seward Oct. 6, 2014 Hannah Ehresmann Oct. 20, 2014 Caitlin Reilly Nov. 11, 2014 Caitlin Reilly Feb. 2, 2015 Caitlin Reilly March 2, 2015 Bella Sutton Oct. 19, 2015 Victoria Samuelsson Jan. 25, 2016 Victoria Samuelsson Oct. 10, 2016 Brooke Madsen Oct. 24, 2016 Daniela Paniccia Nov. 7, 2016 Katie McMillan

2015-16 2016-17

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT 2

Laura Bowman Laura Bowman

BIG TEN DISTINGUISHED SCHOLARS 2012-13 Kate Christoffersen, Lindsay Reihl 2013-14 Lindsay Reihl, Sarah Wilkie 2014-15 Laura Bowman, Amy Petersen, Kelly Seward 2015-16 Jeanette Bateman, Laura Bowman, Hannah Ehresmann, Paige Jahnke, Emily Laurenzi, Remi Martin, Jordin Pardoski, Amy Petersen, Kelly Seward, Sarah Wilkie 2016-17 Laura Bowman, Kelsey Crow, Amy Petersen, Kelly Seward, Bella Sutton all-BIG TEN academic team 2012-13 Kate Christoffersen, Jess Desorcie, Taylor Gross, Lindsay Reihl, Tess Weaver, Jenna Welch 2013-14 Jeanette Bateman, Taylor Gross, Hannah Hoenshell, Jill Holdcroft, Paige Jahnke, Emily Laurenzi, Kendra Rasmussen, Lindsay Reihl, Stephanie Walkom, Tess Weaver, Jenna Welch, Celine Whitlinger, Sarah Wilkie 2014-15 Jeanette Bateman, Laura Bowman, Micayla Catanzariti, Hannah Hoenshell, Jill Holdcroft, Paige Jahnke, Emily Laurenzi, Sarah Nielsen, Amy Petersen, Kendra Rasmussen, Kelly Seward, Celine Whitlinger, Sarah Wilkie, Shannon Yoxheimer 2015-16 Jeanette Bateman, Laura Bowman, Hannah Bramm, Micayla Catanzariti Hannah Ehresmann, Aly Hardy, Hannah Hoenshell, Jill Holdcroft, Paige Jahnke, Irene Kiroplis, Emily Laurenzi, Remi Martin, Sarah Nielsen, Jordin Pardoski, Amy Petersen, Kelly Seward, Isabella Sutton, Christi Vetter, Celine Whitlinger, Sarah Wilkie, Shannon Yoxheimer 2016-17 Laura Bowman, Kelsey Crow, Hannah Ehresmann, Irene Kiroplis, Meike Meilleur, Sarah Nielsen, Amy Petersen, Victoria Samuelsson, Kelly Seward, Bella Sutton, Christi Vetter American Hockey Coaches Association All-American Scholar 2016-17 Laura Bowman, Kelsey Crow, Katie McMillan, Amy Petersen, Kelly Seward, Bella Sutton, Christi Vetter

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PENN STATE RECORD BOOK TEAM GAME RECORDS GOALS 1. 10 2. 8 8 4. 6 6 6 7. 5 ASSISTS 1. 17 2. 14 3. 12 4. 10 5. 8 8 8 8 8 8 POINTS 1. 27 2. 22 3. 20 4. 15 5. 14 6. 13 13 13 13 13 SHOTS 1. 71 2. 66 3. 64 4. 48 5. 47 6. 46 7. 44 8. 42 42 10. 39

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POWER PLAY GOALS vs. Chatham Jan. 4, 2013 1. 3 at Sacred Heart Oct. 20, 2012 at Union Oct. 7, 2016 2. 2 12x, last vs. Mercyhurst Jan. 28, 2017 vs. Sacred Heart Nov. 3, 2012 at Colgate Nov. 7, 2014 SHORT-HANDED GOALS vs. Sacred Heart Nov. 2, 2012 1. 1 vs. Syracuse Feb. 24, 2017 at Sacred Heart Oct. 20, 2012 1 at RIT Oct. 28, 2016 9x, last at Princeton Dec. 31, 2016 1 at RIT Oct. 27, 2016 1 vs. RIT Jan. 29, 2016 1 vs. RIT Jan. 18, 2015 vs. Chatham Jan. 4, 2013 1 at Robert Morris Dec. 6, 2014 at Union Oct. 7, 2016 1 at Robert Morris Dec. 5, 2014 vs. Sacred Heart Nov. 3, 2012 1 at RIT Nov. 16, 2013 at RIT Oct. 28, 2016 vs. RIT Jan. 22, 2017 PENALTIES at Princeton Dec. 31, 2016 1. 11 at Clarkson Sept. 30, 2016 at Boston University Oct. 9, 2015 2. 10 vs. Mercyhurst Jan. 27, 2017 vs. New Hampshire Oct. 26, 2013 10 at Union Oct. 8, 2016 at Vermont Oct. 6, 2012 10 at Union Oct. 7, 2016 at Sacred Heart Oct. 20, 2012 5. 9 vs. Mercyhurst Feb. 1, 2013 6. 8 vs. RIT Jan. 18, 2015 8 vs. RIT Oct. 25, 2012 vs. Chatham Jan. 4, 2013 8 at Vermont Oct. 4, 2013 at Union Oct. 7 2016 9. 7 6x, last at Mercyhurst Nov. 5, 2016 vs. Sacred Heart Nov. 3, 2012 at RIT Oct. 28, 2016 SAVES at Sacred Heart Oct. 20, 2012 1. 64 at Mercyhurst Dec. 1, 2012 at Princeton Dec. 31, 2016 2. 61 vs. Syracuse March 4, 2016 at Boston University Oct. 9, 2015 3. 59 at Robert Morris Feb. 22, 2013 at Colgate Nov. 7, 2014 59 vs. Mercyhurst Feb. 1, 2013 vs. New Hampshire Oct. 26, 2013 59 vs. RIT Oct. 26, 2012 at Vermont Oct. 6, 2012 6. 55 at Quinnipiac Oct. 12, 2013 55 at Mercyhurst Nov. 30, 2012 8. 54 at St. Lawrence Dec. 8, 2012 vs. Chatham Jan. 5, 2013 54 at RIT March 2, 2013 vs. Sacred Heart Nov. 2, 2012 10. 53 vs. Syracuse Oct. 13, 2012 vs. Sacred Heart Nov. 3, 2012 53 at Robert Morris Feb. 23, 2013 vs. Chatham Jan. 4, 2013 vs. Lindenwood Feb. 9, 2014 vs. Lindenwood Feb. 8, 2014 vs. Union Oct. 17, 2015 vs. Syracuse March 4, 2016 at Sacred Heart Oct. 19, 2012 at UConn Oct. 21, 2016

2017-18 // PENN STATE WOMEN’S HOCKEY

Team season RECORDS GAMES PLAYED 1. 37 37 3. 36

2015-16 2014-15 2013-14

GOALS 1. 74 2. 72 3. 69

2016-17 2014-15 2012-13

GOALS PER GAME 1. 2.11 (35 games) 2. 1.97 (35 games) 3. 1.95 (37 games)

2016-17 2012-13 2014-15

ASSISTS 1. 116 2. 105 3. 99

2016-17 2012-13 2015-16

ASSISTS PER GAME 1. 3.31 (35 games) 2. 3.00 (35 games) 3. 2.68 (37 games)

2016-17 2012-13 2015-16

POINTS 1. 190 2. 174 3. 169

2016-17 2012-13 2014-15

(74 goals, 116 assists) (69 goals, 105 assists) (72 goals, 97 assists)

POINTS PER GAME 1. 5.43 (35 games) 2. 4.97 (35 games) 3. 4.57 (37 games)

2016-17 2012-13 2014-15

SHOTS 1. 924 2. 871 3. 870

2015-16 2012-13 2013-14

(65 goals) (69 goals) (49 goals)

SHOT PERCENTAGE 1. .089 811 shots 2. .085 866 shots 3. .079 871 shots

(72 goals) (74 goals) (69 goals)

2014-15 2016-17 2012-13

SHOTS PER GAME 1. 24.97 (37 games) 2. 24.89 (35 games) 3. 24.74 (35 games)

2015-16 2012-13 2016-17

POWER PLAY GOALS 1. 22 2. 21 3. 17

2014-15 2016-17 2012-13

PENALTIES/PENALTY MINUTES 1. 148 296 minutes 2. 143 286 minutes 3. 134 268 minutes

2016-17 2012-13 2014-15

SAVES 1. 1,422 2. 1,332 3. 1,112

2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

SAVES PER GAME 1. 40.63 (35 games) 2. 37.00 (36 games) 3. 30.05 (37 games)

2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

SAVE PERCENTAGE 1. .931 (70 GA, 1,026 saves) 2. .929 (105 GA, 1,422 saves) 3. .927 (82 GA, 1,122 saves)

2015-16 2012-13 2014-15

GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE 1. 1.81 (70 GA, 2,316 min) 2. 2.21 (82 GA, 2,223 min) 3. 2.74 (97 GA, 2,126 min)

2015-16 2014-15 2016-17


PENN STATE RECORD BOOK INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS GOALS 1. 3 3 3 3 3 3 7. 2 ASSISTS 1. 3 3 3. 2 POINTS 1. 4 4 4 4. 3 SHOTS 1. 12 12 3. 11 11 11 11 7. 10 10 10 10

Laura Bowman Laura Bowman Amy Petersen Micayla Catanzariti Laura Bowman Hannah Hoenshell 28 times, last by Laura Bowman

vs. Robert Morris at Union at Union at Robert Morris vs. Mercyhurst vs. Sacred Heart

Dec. 4, 2016 Oct. 7, 2016 Oct. 7, 2016 Nov. 14, 2015 Dec. 13, 2014 Nov. 2, 2012

at Lindenwood

Feb. 10, 2017

Brooke Madsen Jeanette Bateman 64 times, last by Amy Petersen

at Union vs. Chatham

Laura Bowman Amy Petersen Hannah Hoenshell 22 times, last by Amy Petersen

at Union at Union vs. Chatham vs. Mercyhurst

Jan. 28, 2017

Laura Bowman Tess Weaver Shannon Yoxheimer Hannah Hoenshell Shannon Yoxheimer Shannon Yoxheimer Shannon Yoxheimer Taylor Gross Shannon Yoxheimer Shannon Yoxheimer

vs. Mercyhurst vs. Chatham at Sacred Heart vs. Sacred Heart vs. Sacred Heart vs. Lindenwood vs. Syracuse at Lindenwood vs. Chatham vs. Lindenwood

Jan. 28, 2017 Jan. 5, 2013 Oct. 20, 2012 Nov. 2, 2012 Nov. 3, 2012 Feb. 8, 2014 Oct. 14, 2012 Nov. 17, 2012 Jan. 4, 2013 Feb. 9, 2014

PLUS-MINUS RATING 1. 5 Laura Bowman 5 Brooke Madsen 3. 4 14 times, last by Petersen/Sutton POWER PLAY GOALS 1. 2 Amy Petersen 2. 1 83 times, last by B. Madsen/K. McMillan SHORT-HANDED GOALS 1. 1 Amy Petersen 1 Amy Petersen 1 Amy Petersen 1 Amy Petersen 1 Laura Bowman 1 Laura Bowman 1 Micayla Catanzariti 1 Jill Holdcroft PENALTIES 1. 3 Brooke Madsen 3 Caileah Forrest 3 Micayla Catanzariti 3 Jordin Pardoski 3 Micayla Catanzariti 6. 2 65 times, last by Kelly Seward

at Lindenwood

Oct. 7, 2016 Jan. 4, 2013 Feb. 10, 2017 Oct. 7, 2016 Oct. 7, 2016 Jan. 4, 2013

at Union at Union

Oct. 7, 2016 Oct. 7, 2016

at Union

Oct. 7, 2016

at Union

Oct. 7, 2016

vs. Mercyhurst

PENALTY MINUTES 1. 6 Brooke Madsen 6 Caileah Forrest 6 Micayla Catanzariti 6 Jordin Pardoski 6 Micayla Catanzariti 6. 4 65 times, last by Kelly Seward SAVES 1. 64 2. 61 3. 59 59 59 6. 55 7. 54 54 9. 53 53

Nicole Paniccia Celine Whitlinger Nicole Paniccia Celine Whitlinger Nicole Paniccia Celine Whitlinger Nicole Paniccia Nicole Paniccia Celine Whitlinger Nicole Paniccia

at Clarkson at Clarkson at Robert Morris vs. Mercyhurst vs. Syracuse

Sept. 30, 2016 Sept. 30, 2016 Dec. 6, 2014 Feb. 16, 2014 Oct. 13, 2012

vs. RIT

March 2, 2017

at Mercyhurst vs. Syracuse vs. RIT vs. Mercyhurst at Robert Morris at Quinnipiac at St. Lawrence at RIT at Robert Morris vs. Syracuse

Dec. 1, 2012 March 4, 2016 Oct. 26, 2012 Feb. 1, 2013 Feb. 22, 2013 Oct. 12, 2013 Dec. 8, 2012 March 2, 2013 Feb. 23, 2013 Oct. 13, 2012

Jan. 28, 2017

vs. Syracuse at RIT at RIT vs. RIT vs. RIT at Robert Morris at Robert Morris at RIT

Feb. 24, 2017 Oct. 28, 2016 Oct. 27, 2016 Jan. 29, 2016 Jan. 18, 2015 Dec. 6, 2014 Dec. 5, 2014 Nov. 16, 2013

at Clarkson at Clarkson at Robert Morris vs. Mercyhurst vs. Syracuse

Sept. 30, 2016 Sept. 30, 2016 Dec. 6, 2014 Feb. 16, 2014 Oct. 13, 2012

vs. RIT

March 2, 2017

Celine Whitlinger 2017-18 // WELCOME TO HOCKEY VALLEY

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PENN STATE RECORD BOOK INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS GOALS 1. 18 2. 17 3. 16 4. 14 14 6. 12 7. 11 8. 10 10 10. 9 9 ASSISTS 1. 21 2. 17 3 16 16 5. 15 15 7. 14 14 9. 13 13

Laura Bowman Laura Bowman Laura Bowman Amy Petersen Shannon Yoxheimer Shannon Yoxheimer Amy Petersen Laura Bowman Jill Holdcroft Hannah Bramm Hannah Hoenshell Amy Petersen Shannon Yoxheimer Amy Petersen Amy Petersen Laura Bowman Taylor Gross Brooke Madsen Laura Bowman Kelly Seward Jess Desorcie

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2016-17 2012-13 2014-15 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2015-16 2012-13 2015-16 2012-13 2016-17 2014-15 2014-15 2012-13 2016-17 2014-15 2016-17 2012-13

POINTS 1. 32 2. 31 31 4. 30 5. 29 6. 27 7. 25 8. 22 9. 21 10. 20

Laura Bowman (18g, 14a) Shannon Yoxheimer (14g, 17a) Laura Bowman (16g, 15a) Amy Petersen (14g, 16a) Amy Petersen (8g, 21a) Amy Petersen (11g, 16a) Laura Bowman (17g, 8a) Taylor Gross (7g, 15a) Brooke Madsen (7g, 14a) Shannon Yoxheimer (12g, 8a)

2016-17 2012-13 2014-15 2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2015-16 2012-13 2016-17 2014-15

SHOTS 1. 197 2. 169 3. 166 4. 162 5. 159 6. 140 7. 129 8. 92 9. 91 10. 90 90

Shannon Yoxheimer (8 goals) Shannon Yoxheimer (14 goals) Laura Bowman (18 goals) Shannon Yoxheimer (12 goals) Shannon Yoxheimer (8 goals) Laura Bowman (17 goals) Laura Bowman (16 goals) Taylor Gross (7 goals) Brooke Madsen (7 goals) Laura Bowman (10 goals) Taylor Gross (7 goals)

2013-14 2012-13 2016-17 2014-15 2015-16 2015-16 2014-15 2012-13 2016-17 2013-14 2013-14

GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. 6 Shannon Yoxheimer 2. 4 Amy Petersen 4 Laura Bowman 4. 3 Laura Bowman 3 Hannah Hoenshell 3 Bella Sutton 3 Shannon Yoxheimer 8. 2 Laura Bowman 2 Meike Meilleur 2 Amy Petersen 2 Hannah Hoenshell

2014-15 2016-17 2014-15 2015-16 2015-16 2014-15 2012-13 2016-17 2016-17 2015-16 2013-14

GOALS PER GAME (Min. 25 Games) 1. 0.55 Laura Bowman (33 games) 2. 0.46 Laura Bowman (37 games) 3. 0.43 Laura Bowman (37 games) 4. 0.41 Shannon Yoxheimer (34 games) 5. 0.40 Amy Petersen (35 games) 6. 0.32 Shannon Yoxheimer (37 games) 7. 0.31 Hannah Hoenshell (29 games) 8. 0.30 Jill Holdcroft (33 games) 9. 0.30 Amy Petersen (37 games) 10. 0.28 Laura Bowman (36 games)

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2012-13 2016-17 2014-15 2012-13 2012-13 2014-15 2013-14

ASSISTS PER GAME (Min. 25 Games) 1. 0.57 Amy Petersen (37 games) 2. 0.50 Shannon Yoxheimer (34 games) 3. 0.46 Amy Petersen (35 games) 4. 0.44 Taylor Gross (34 games) 5. 0.43 Amy Petersen (37 games) 6. 0.42 Laura Bowman (33 games) 7. 0.41 Laura Bowman (37 games) 8. 0.40 Brooke Madsen (35 games) 9. 0.38 Jess Desorcie (34 games) 10. 0.38 Bella Sutton (29 games)

2015-16 2012-13 2016-17 2012-13 2014-15 2016-17 2014-15 2016-17 2012-13 2016-17

POINTS PER GAME (Min. 25 Games) 1. 0.97 Laura Bowman (33 games) 2. 0.91 Shannon Yoxheimer (34 games) 3. 0.86 Amy Petersen (35 games) 4. 0.84 Laura Bowman (37 games) 5. 0.78 Amy Petersen (37 games) 6. 0.73 Amy Petersen (37 games) 7. 0.68 Laura Bowman (37 games) 8. 0.65 Taylor Gross (34 games) 9. 0.60 Brooke Madsen (35 games) 10. 0.54 Shannon Yoxheimer (37 games)

2016-17 2012-13 2016-17 2014-15 2015-16 2014-15 2015-16 2012-13 2016-17 2014-15

SHOTS PER GAME (Min. 25 Games) 1. 5.47 Shannon Yoxheimer (36 games) 2. 5.03 Laura Bowman (33 games) 3. 4.97 Shannon Yoxheimer (34 games) 4. 4.38 Shannon Yoxheimer (37 games) 5. 4.30 Shannon Yoxheimer (37 games) 6. 3.78 Laura Bowman (37 games) 7. 3.49 Laura Bowman (37 games) 8. 2.71 Taylor Gross (34 games) 9. 2.60 Brooke Madsen (35 games) 10. 2.50 Taylor Gross (36 games) 2.50 Laura Bowman (36 games)

2013-14 2016-17 2012-13 2014-15 2015-16 2015-16 2014-15 2012-13 2016-17 2013-14 2013-14

POWER PLAY GOALS 1. 6 Laura Bowman 6 Jill Holdcroft 3. 5 Amy Petersen 5 Bella Sutton 5. 4 Laura Bowman 4 Hannah Bramm 4 Shannon Yoxheimer 4 Taylor Gross 9. 3 6x, last by Bowman/Madsen/McMillan SHORT-HANDED GOALS 1 3 Amy Petersen 2. 2 Laura Bowman 3. 1 Amy Petersen 1 Micayla Catanzariti 1 Jill Holdcroft PLUS-MINUS RATING 1. 8 Jordin Pardoski 2. 6 Emily Laurenzi 3. 4 Laura Bowman 4 Hannah Hoenshell 4 Katie Zinn 6. 3 Madison Smiddy 7. 2 Hannah Bramm 2 Christi Vetter 2 Remi Martin 2 Caitlin Reilly

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2015-16 2012-13 2016-17 2014-15 2014-15 2014-15 2014-15 2012-13 2016-17 2016-17 2014-15 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2014-15 2012-13 2015-16 2012-13 2012-13 2012-13 2015-16 2015-16 2014-15 2014-15

SAVES 1. 1,028 2. 773 3. 757 4. 630 5. 584 6. 559 7 461 8. 396 9. 377 10. 355

Nicole Paniccia Nicole Paniccia Celine Whitlinger Celine Whitlinger Hannah Ehresmann Celine Whitlinger Daniela Paniccia Hannah Ehresmann Celine Whitlinger Hannah Ehresmann

2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2013-14 2016-17 2015-16 2012-13 2014-15

SAVES PER GAME (Min. 12 Games) 1. 38.07 Nicole Paniccia (27 games) 2. 37.27 Celine Whitlinger (15 games) 3. 35.14 Nicole Paniccia (22 games) 4. 30.28 Celine Whitlinger (25 games) 5. 29.58 Hannah Ehresmann (12 games) 6. 29.20 Hannah Ehresmann (20 games) 7. 28.64 Celine Whitlinger (22 games) 8. 27.12 Daniela Paniccia (17 games) 9. 26.40 Hannah Ehresmann (15 games)

2012-13 2013-14 2013-14 2014-15 2014-15 2016-17 2015-16 2016-17 2015-16

SAVE PERCENTAGE (Min. 300 Saves) 1. .947 Celine Whitlinger (35 GA, 630 svs.) 2. .938 Celine Whitlinger (25 GA, 377 svs.) 3. .933 Celine Whitlinger (54, 757 svs.) 4. .928 Nicole Paniccia (80 GA, 1028 svs.) 5. .927 Hannah Ehresmann (28 GA, 355 svs.) 6. .920 Hannah Ehresmann (51 GA, 584 svs.) 7. .919 Hannah Ehresmann (35 GA, 396 svs.) 8. .913 Celine Whitlinger (53 GA, 559 svs.) 9. .913 Nicole Paniccia (74 GA, 773 svs.) 10. .909 Daniela Paniccia (46 GA, 461 svs.)

2015-16 2012-13 2014-15 2012-13 2014-15 2016-17 2015-16 2013-14 2013-14 2016-17

GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE (Min. 800 Minutes) 1. 1.51 Celine Whitlinger (35 GA, 1394 mins.) 2015-16 2. 2.17 Celine Whitlinger (54 GA, 1494 mins.) 2014-15 3. 2.33 Hannah Ehresmann (35 GA, 903 mins.) 2015-16 4. 2.67 Hannah Ehresmann (51 GA, 1144 mins.) 2016-17 5. 2.87 Daniela Paniccia (46 GA, 961 mins.) 2016-17 6. 3.11 Nicole Paniccia (80 GA, 1543 mins.) 2012-13 7. 3.44 Nicole Paniccia (74 GA, 1292 mins.) 2013-14 8. 3.57 Celine Whitlinger (53 GA, 890 mins.) 2013-14 GOALTENDER WINS 1. 13 Celine Whitlinger (13-11-1) 2. 7 Celine Whitlinger (7-11-4) 3. 6 Nicole Paniccia (6-19-2) 4. 5 Daniela Paniccia (5-8-2) 5 Hannah Ehresmann (5-8-2) 6. 4 Hannah Ehresmann (4-13-3) 4 Hannah Ehresmann (4-5-3) 8. 3 Celine Whitlinger (3-10-1) 9. 1 Nicole Paniccia (1-19-2) 1 Celine Whitlinger (1-7-0)

2014-15 2015-16 2012-13 2016-17 2015-16 2016-17 2014-15 2013-14 2013-14 2012-13

GOALTENDER SHUTOUTS 1. 4 Celine Whitlinger 2. 3 Daniela Paniccia 3 Celine Whitlinger 4. 2 Hannah Ehresmann 2 Hannah Ehresmann

2015-16 2016-17 2014-15 2016-17 2015-16

PENALTIES/PENALTY MINUTES 1. 20 Jordin Pardoski (20-40) 2. 17 Kelly Seward (17-34) 3. 16 Hannah Bramm (16-32) 16 Micayla Catanzariti (16-32) 5. 15 Bella Sutton (15-30) 15 Remi Martin (15-30) 15 Jenna Welch (15-30) 15 Katie McMillan (15-30) 9. 14 Micayla Catanzariti (14-28) 14 Jenna Welch (14-28) 14 Jordin Pardoski (14-28)

2012-13 2016-17 2014-15 2012-13 2015-16 2014-15 2012-13 2016-17 2014-15 2013-14 2013-14


PENN STATE RECORD BOOK INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS BY CLASS GOALS BY A SENIOR 1. 18 Laura Bowman 2. 14 Amy Petersen 3. 9 Hannah Bramm 4. 8 Shannon Yoxheimer 5. 7 Taylor Gross 6. 4 Micayla Catanzariti 7. 3 Hannah Hoenshell 8. 2 Emily Laurenzi 2 Jordin Pardoski 2 Sarah Nielsen

2016-17 2016-17 2015-16 2015-16 2013-14 2015-16 2015-16 2015-16 2015-16 2016-17

ASSISTS BY A SENIOR 1. 16 Amy Petersen 2. 14 Laura Bowman 3. 13 Kelly Seward 4. 8 Taylor Gross 5. 6 Hannah Bramm 6. 5 Emily Laurenzi 5 Shannon Yoxheimer 5 Sarah Nielsen 9. 2 Jeanette Bateman 2 Paige Jahnke

2016-17 2016-17 2016-17 2013-14 2015-16 2015-16 2015-16 2016-17 2015-16 2015-16

OINTS BY A SENIOR P 1. 32 Laura Bowman 2. 30 Amy Petersen 3. 15 Taylor Gross 15 Hannah Bramm 5. 14 Kelly Seward 6. 13 Shannon Yoxheimer 7. 7 Emily Laurenzi 7 Sarah Nielsen 9. 5 Micayla Catanzariti 10. 4 Hannah Hoenshell

2016-17 2016-17 2013-14 2015-16 2016-17 2015-16 2015-16 2016-17 2015-16 2015-16

SAVES BY A SENIOR 1. 773 Nicole Paniccia 2. 630 Celine Whitlinger

GOALS BY A JUNIOR 1. 17 Laura Bowman 2. 12 Shannon Yoxheimer 3. 8 Amy Petersen 4. 7 Taylor Gross 5. 6 Hannah Bramm 6. 5 Hannah Hoenshell 7. 4 Jenna Welch 8. 3 Emily Laurenzi 3 Aly Hardy 10. 2 Micayla Catanzariti 2 Bella Sutton

2015-16 2014-15 2015-16 2012-13 2014-15 2014-15 2012-13 2014-15 2016-17 2014-15 2016-17

ASSISTS BY A JUNIOR 1. 21 Amy Petersen 2. 15 Taylor Gross 3. 11 Bella Sutton 4. 8 Shannon Yoxheimer 8 Hannah Hoenshell 8 Laura Bowman 7. 6 Kelly Seward 8. 5 Hannah Bramm 5 Aly Hardy 10. 4 Jordin Pardoski

2015-16 2012-13 2016-17 2014-15 2014-15 2015-16 2015-16 2014-15 2016-17 2014-15

POINTS BY A JUNIOR 1. 29 Amy Petersen 2. 25 Laura Bowman 3. 22 Taylor Gross 4. 20 Shannon Yoxheimer 5. 13 Hannah Hoenshell 13 Bella Sutton 7. 11 Hannah Bramm 8. 8 Aly Hardy 9. 7 Jenna Welch 10. 6 Kelly Seward

WINS BY A SENIOR 1. 7 Celine Whitlinger 2. 1 Nicole Paniccia

2013-14 2015-16 SAVES BY A JUNIOR 1. 1,028 Nicole Paniccia 2. 757 Celine Whitlinger 3. 556 Hannah Ehresmann 2015-16 2013-14

TIES BY A SENIOR 1. 4 Celine Whitlinger 2. 2 Nicole Paniccia

WINS BY A JUNIOR 1. 13 Celine Whitlinger 2. 6 Nicole Paniccia 2015-16 Hannah Ehresmann 2013-14 3. 4

SHUTOUTS BY A SENIOR 1. 4 Celine Whitlinger

TIES BY A JUNIOR Hannah Ehresmann 2015-16 1. 3 2. 2 Nicole Paniccia 3. 1 Celine Whitlinger SHUTOUTS BY A JUNIOR 1. 3 Celine Whitlinger 2. 2 Hannah Ehresmann

2015-16 2015-16 2012-13 2014-15 2014-15 2016-17 2014-15 2016-17 2012-13 2015-16

GOALS BY A SOPHOMORE 1. 16 Laura Bowman 2. 11 Amy Petersen 3. 8 Shannon Yoxheimer 8 Meike Meilleur 5. 5 Jess Desorcie 5 Hannah Hoenshell 7. 4 Jill Holdcroft 4 Bella Sutton 9. 3 Jordin Pardoski 3 Sarah Nielsen 3 Kelsey Crow

2014-15 2014-15 2013-14 2016-17 2012-13 2013-14 2013-14 2015-16 2013-14 2014-15 2016-17

ASSISTS BY A SOPHOMORE 1. 16 Amy Petersen 2. 15 Laura Bowman 3. 13 Jess Desorcie 4. 12 Hannah Hoenshell 5. 10 Kelly Seward 6. 8 Shannon Yoxheimer 8 Bella Sutton 8 Victoria Samuelsson 9. 6 Maddy Smiddy 10. 5 Jordin Pardoski 5 Remi Martin 5 Kelsey Crow

2014-15 2014-15 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2012-13 2013-14 2015-16 2016-17

POINTS BY A SOPHOMORE 1. 31 Laura Bowman 2. 27 Amy Petersen 3. 18 Jess Desorcie 4. 17 Hannah Hoenshell 5. 16 Shannon Yoxheimer 6. 12 Bella Sutton 12 Meike Meilleur 8. 10 Kelly Seward 10 Victoria Samuelsson 10. 8 Jordin Pardoski 2012-13 8 Kelsey Crow 2014-15 2016-17 SAVES BY A SOPHOMORE 1. 559 Celine Whitlinger 2. 396 Hannah Ehresmann 2014-15 2012-13 2016-17 WINS BY A SOPHOMORE 1. 5 Hannah Ehresmann 2. 3 Celine Whitlinger 2016-17 2012-13 TIES BY A SOPHOMORE 1. 2 Hannah Ehresmann 2014-15 2. 1 Celine Whitlinger

2014-15 2014-15 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2014-15 2016-17 2013-14 2016-17

GOALS BY A FRESHMAN 1. 14 Shannon Yoxheimer 2. 10 Laura Bowman 10 Jill Holdcroft 4. 9 Hannah Hoenshell 5. 7 Bella Sutton 7 Brooke Madsen 7. 6 Caitlin Reilly 8. 5 Amy Petersen 9. 4 Emily Laurenzi 4 Kate Rydland 4 Katie McMillan

2012-13 2013-14 2012-13 2012-13 2014-15 2016-17 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2016-17 2016-17

ASSISTS BY A FRESHMAN 1. 17 Shannon Yoxheimer 2. 14 Brooke Madsen 3. 12 Victoria Samuelsson 4. 10 Amy Petersen 10 Caitlin Reilly 6. 8 Paige Jahnke 8 Bella Sutton 8. 7 Emily Laurenzi 7 Jordin Pardoski 7 Katie McMillan

2012-13 2016-17 2015-16 2013-14 2014-15 2012-13 2014-15 2012-13 2012-13 2016-17

POINTS BY A FRESHMAN 1. 31 Shannon Yoxheimer 2. 21 Brooke Madsen 3. 16 Laura Bowman 16 Caitlin Reilly 5. 15 Amy Petersen 15 Bella Sutton 7. 14 Hannah Hoenshell 8. 13 Victoria Samuelsson 9. 12 Jill Holdcroft 10. 11 Emily Laurenzi 11 Katie McMillan

2012-13 2016-17 2013-14 2014-15 2013-14 2014-15 2012-13 2015-16 2012-13 2012-13 2016-17

SAVES BY A FRESHMAN 1. 461 Daniela Paniccia 2. 377 Celine Whitlinger 2013-14 3. 355 Hannah Ehresmann 2015-16

2016-17 2012-13 2014-15

WINS BY A FRESHMAN 1. 5 Daniela Paniccia 2015-16 2. 4 Hannah Ehresmann 2013-14 3. 1 Celine Whitlinger

2016-17 2014-15 2012-13

2015-16 TIES BY A FRESHMAN Hannah Ehresmann 2013-14 1. 3 2. 2 Daniela Paniccia

2014-15 2016-17

SHUTOUTS BY A SOPHOMORE 2014-15 1. 2 Hannah Ehresmann 2015-16 SHUTOUTS BY A FRESHMAN 2016-17 1. 3 Daniela Paniccia 2016-17

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PENN STATE RECORD BOOK INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS GOALS 1. 61 2. 42 3. 38 4. 22 5. 15 6. 14 14 8. 13 9. 9 9

Laura Bowman Shannon Yoxheimer Amy Petersen Hannah Hoenshell Hannah Bramm Taylor Gross Jill Holdcroft Bella Sutton Emily Laurenzi Micayla Catanzariti

GOALS PER GAME (Min. 50 Games) 1. 0.43 Laura Bowman 2. 0.29 Shannon Yoxheimer 3. 0.26 Amy Petersen 4. 0.21 Hannah Bramm 5. 0.20 Taylor Gross 6. 0.19 Hannah Hoenshell 7. 0.14 Meike Meilleur 8. 0.15 Bella Sutton 9. 0.10 Jill Holdcroft 10. 0.10 Kelsey Crow

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2013-17 2012-16 2013-17 2012-16 2014-16 2012-14 2012-16 20142012-16 2012-16 (143 games) (144 games) (145 games) (72 games) (70 games) (115 games) (59 games) (103 games) (135 games) (51 games)

2013-17 2012-16 2013-17 2014-16 2012-14 2012-16 201520142012-16 2015-

ASSISTS 1. 63 Amy Petersen 2. 43 Laura Bowman 3. 38 Shannon Yoxheimer 4. 29 Kelly Seward 5. 27 Bella Sutton 6. 26 Hannah Hoenshell 7. 23 Taylor Gross 8. 20 Victoria Samuelsson 9. 17 Emily Laurenzi 17 Jordin Pardoski ASSISTS PER GAME (Min. 50 Games) 1. 0.43 Amy Petersen 2. 0.33 Taylor Gross 3. 0.30 Laura Bowman 4. 0.28 Victoria Samuelsson 5. 0.26 Shannon Yoxheimer 6. 0.26 Bella Sutton 7. 0.23 Hannah Hoenshell 8. 0.21 Jess Desorcie 9. 0.20 Kelly Seward 10. 0.15 Remi Martin

(145 games) (70 games) (143 games) (71 games) (144 games) (103 games) (115 games) (68 games) (142 games) (71 games)

2013-17 2012-14 2013-17 20152012-16 20142012-16 2012-14 2013-17 2014-16

POINTS 1. 104 2. 101 3. 80 4. 48 5. 40 6. 37 7. 34 8. 26 26 10. 25

(61g, 43a) (38g, 63a) (42g, 38a) (22g, 26a) (13g, 27a) (14g, 23a) (5g, 29a) (15g, 11a) (9g, 17a) (8g, 17a)

2013-17 2013-17 2012-16 2012-16 20142012-14 2013-17 2014-16 2012-16 2012-16

Laura Bowman Amy Petersen Shannon Yoxheimer Hannah Hoenshell Bella Sutton Taylor Gross Kelly Seward Hannah Bramm Emily Laurenzi Jordin Pardoski

2013-17 2013-17 2012-16 2013-17 20142012-16 2012-14 20152012-16 2012-16

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POINTS PER GAME (Min. 50 Games) 1. 0.73 Laura Bowman 2. 0.70 Amy Petersen 3. 0.56 Shannon Yoxheimer 4. 0.53 Taylor Gross 5. 0.42 Hannah Hoenshell 6. 0.39 Bella Sutton 7. 0.36 Hannah Bramm 8. 0.32 Victoria Samuelsson 9. 0.29 Jess Desorcie 10. 0.24 Kelly Seward SAVES 1. 2,323 2. 1,801 3. 1,335 4. 461 5. 17

(143 games) (145 games) (144 games) (70 games) (115 games) (103 games) (72 games) (71 games) (68 games) (142 games)

Celine Whitlinger Nicole Paniccia Hannah Ehresmann Daniela Paniccia Brooke Meyer

2013-17 2013-17 2012-16 2012-14 2012-16 20142014-16 20152012-14 2013-17 2012-16 2012-14 201420162012-13

SAVES PER GAME (Min. 35 games) 1. 36.76 Nicole Paniccia 2. 32.26 Celine Whitlinger 3. 28.40 Hannah Ehresmann

(49 games) (72 games) (47 games)

2012-14 2012-16 2014-

SAVE PERCENTAGE (Min. 300 saves) 1. .933 Celine Whitlinger 2. .921 Hannah Ehresmann 3. .921 Nicole Paniccia 4. .909 Daniela Paniccia

(167 GA, 2,323 saves) (114 GA, 1,335 saves) (154 GA, 1,801 saves) (46 GA, 461 saves)

2012-16 20142012-14 2016-

GOALS ALLOWED AVERAGE (Min. 900 minutes) 1. 2.34 Celine Whitlinger (167 GA, 4,284 mins.) 2. 2.48 Hannah Ehresmann (114 GA, 2,761 mins.) 3. 2.87 Daniela Paniccia (46 GA, 961 mins.) 4. 3.26 Nicole Paniccia (154 GA, 2,836 mins.)

2012-16 201420162012-14

WINS 1. 24 2. 13 3. 7 4. 5

Celine Whitlinger Hannah Ehresmann Nicole Paniccia Daniela Paniccia

(24-39-6) (13-26-8) (7-38-4) (5-8-2)

2012-16 20142012-14 2016-

TIES 1 2. 3. 4.

Hannah Ehresmann Celine Whitlinger Nicole Paniccia Daniela Paniccia

(13-26-8) (24-39-6) (7-38-4) (5-8-2)

20142012-16 2012-14 2016-

8 6 4 2

SHUTOUTS 1. 7 2 4 3. 3

Celine Whitlinger Hannah Ehresmann Daniela Paniccia

GOALTENDER POINTS 1. 1 Nicole Paniccia

(1a)

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PENN STATE RECORD BOOK INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. 10 Laura Bowman 10 Shannon Yoxheimer 3. 3 Amy Petersen 4. 6 Hannah Hoenshell 5. 5 Bella Sutton 6. 2 Emily Laurenzi 2 Meike Meilleur 8. 1 Hannah Bramm 1 Kelsey Crow 1 Taylor Gross 1 Remi Martin 1 Kendra Rasmussen 1 Caitlin Reilly 1 Katie Zinn

2013-17 2012-16 2013-17 2012-16 20142012-16 20152014-16 20152012-14 2014-16 2012-15 2014-15 2012-13

POWER PLAY GOALS 1. 14 Laura Bowman 2. 11 Amy Petersen 3. 10 Shannon Yoxheimer 4. 9 Bella Sutton 5. 7 Jill Holdcroft 6. 6 Taylor Gross 7. 4 Kelly Seward 4 Hannah Bramm 9. 3 Kelsey Crow 3 Brooke Madsen 3 Katie McMillan

PENALTIES/PENALTY MINUTES 1. 56 Jordin Pardoski (112 minutes) 2. 46 Kelly Seward (92 minutes) 3. 44 Micayla Catanzariti (88 minutes) 4. 36 Bella Sutton (72 minutes) 5. 35 Laura Bowman (70 minutes) 6. 34 Paige Jahnke (68 minutes) 7. 31 Sarah Nielsen (62 minutes) 8. 29 Jenna Welch (58 minutes) 9. 27 Shannon Yoxheimer (54 minutes) 10. 26 Emily Laurenzi (52 minutes)

2013-17 2013-17 2012-16 20142012-16 2012-14 2013-17 2014-16 2015- GAMES PLAYED 2016- 1. 145 Emily Laurenzi 2016- 145 Sarah Nielsen 145 Amy Petersen 4. 144 Shannon Yoxheimer 2013-17 5. 143 Jordin Pardoski 2013-17 143 Laura Bowman 2012-16 7. 142 Kelly Seward 2012-16 8. 136 Paige Jahnke 9. 135 Jill Holdcroft 10. 132 Jeanette Bateman 2012-16 2013-17 2013-17 2012-16 2012-14 2013-17 20142013-17 2012-16 2015-

SHORT HANDED GOALS 1. 4 Amy Petersen 2. 2 Laura Bowman 3. 1 Micayla Catanzariti 1 Jill Holdcroft SHOTS ON GOAL 1. 687 Shannon Yoxheimer 2. 525 Laura Bowman 3. 267 Amy Petersen 4. 224 Hannah Hoenshell 5. 182 Taylor Gross 6. 181 Sarah Nielsen 7. 175 Bella Sutton 8. 142 Kelly Seward 9. 139 Jill Holdcroft 10. 138 Victoria Samuelsson SHOTS PER GAME (Min. 50 Games) 1. 4.77 Shannon Yoxheimer 2. 3.67 Laura Bowman 3. 2.60 Taylor Gross 4. 1.95 Hannah Hoenshell 5. 1.94 Victoria Samuelsson 6. 1.84 Amy Petersen 7. 1.70 Bella Sutton 8. 1.59 Kelsey Crow 9. 1.57 Hannah Bramm 10. 1.51 Jenna Welch

PLUS/MINUS RATING 1. +4 Katie Zinn 2. +2 Caitlin Reilly 3. -1 Hannah Bramm -1 Madison Smiddy 5. -2 Hannah England -2 Christi Vetter -2 Stephanie Walkom 8. -3 Darby Kern -3 Katie Murphy 10. -4 Kelsey Crow -4 Caileah Forrest

(144 games) (143 games) (70 games) (115 games) (71 games) (145 games) (103 games) (51 games) (72 games) (71 games)

2012-2013 2014-15 2014-16 2012-14 201520142012-16 2012-14 2012-14 201520162012-16 2014-17 2012-16 20142013-17 2012-16 2013-17 2012-14 2012-16 2012-16 2012-16 2013-17 2013-17 2012-16 2012-16 2013-17 2013-17 2012-16 2012-16 2012-16

2012-16 2013-17 2012-14 2012-16 20152013-17 201420152014-16 2012-14

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PENN STATE RECORD BOOK Miscellaneous scoring records

DIFFERENT PLAYERS TO SCORE IN A GAME vs. Sacred Heart 2013-17 8 Nov. 3, 2012 2012-16 2013-17 2012-16 FASTEST GOAL SCORED TO START GAME 0:29 Amy Petersen 2012-16 at Union; Oct. 7, 2016 2014-16 FASTEST GOAL SCORED TO START PERIOD 0:10 Shannon Yoxheimer (3rd period) 2013-17 vs. Sacred Heart; Nov. 2, 2012 2012-16 2012-16 FASTEST BACK-TO-BACK GOALS SCORED Taylor Gross & Shannon Yoxheimer 2012-14 0:23 vs. RIT; Oct. 26, 2012 2013-17

MOST GAMES WITH ONE GOAL AND ONE ASSIST 1. 14 Laura Bowman 2. 11 Amy Petersen 3. 8 Shannon Yoxheimer 4. 7 Hannah Hoenshell 5. 6 Taylor Gross

2013-17 2013-17 2012-16 2012-16 2012-14

POINT STREAKS 1. 9 Amy Petersen (14 Points) 2. 7 Laura Bowman (10 Points) 7 Taylor Gross (11 Points) 7 Shannon Yoxheimer (12 Points) 5. 5 Katie McMillan (6 Points)

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Miscellaneous records

MOST GAMES WITH TWO GOALS OR MORE 1. 9 Laura Bowman 2. 8 Shannon Yoxheimer 3. 4 Amy Petersen 4. 3 Hannah Hoenshell 5. 2 Micayla Catanzariti 2 Hannah Bramm MOST GAMES WITH TWO ASSISTS OR MORE 1. 13 Amy Petersen 2. 6 Hannah Hoenshell 3. 5 Shannon Yoxheimer 4. 4 Jess Desorcie 4 Kelly Seward

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10/12-11/8/14 10/22-11/12/16 10/19-11/10/12 10/19-11/10/12 10/28-11/12/16

FASTEST BACK-TO-BACK GOALS SCORED BY SAME PLAYER 3:41 Shannon Yoxheimer vs. Chatham; Jan. 4, 2013 FASTEST BACK-TO-BACK GOALS SCORED BY PLAYERS ON DIFFERENT TEAMS 0:06 Dayna Colang (UVM) & Hannah Hoenshell at Vermont; Oct. 5, 2013 FASTEST GOAL ALLOWED TO START GAME 0:14

Rebecca Lindblad, UConn Oct. 22, 2016

FASTEST GOAL ALLOWED TO START PERIOD 0:13 Melissa Robbins Sacred Heart; Nov. 3, 2012 LONGEST SHUTOUT STREAK 177:49

Dec. 8, 2012-Jan. 11, 2013

MOST COMBINED GOALS IN A GAME 13

vs. New Hampshire (L, 8-5) Oct. 26, 2013


year-by-year history

2016-17

9-21-5 (8-10-2 CHA)

Head Coach: Josh Brandwene - Interim Head Coach: Dean Jackson Captain: Laura Bowman Alternate Captains: Kelsey Crow, Amy Petersen 9/30 at #5 Clarkson L 2-4 10/1 at #5 Clarkson L 1-2 10/7 at Union W 8-1 10/8 at Union L 2-4 10/14 BOSTON UNIVERSITY T (OT) 3-3 10/15 BOSTON UNIVERSITY L 2-7 10/21 at UConn T (OT) 0-0 10/22 at UConn L 2-4 10/27 * at RIT W 2-0 10/28 * at RIT W 5-0 11/4 * at Mercyhurst L 4-6 11/5 * at Mercyhurst W (OT) 3-2 11/11 * LINDENWOOD W 3-2 11/12 * LINDENWOOD T (OT) 1-1 11/21 #3 ST. LAWRENCE L 0-3 11/22 #3 ST. LAWRENCE L 0-2 12/3 * ROBERT MORRIS L 2-4 12/4 * ROBERT MORRIS L 5-6 12/30 at #8 Quinnipiac L 1-2 12/31 at Princeton T (OT) 5-5 1/6 OHIO STATE L 0-5 1/7 OHIO STATE L 0-6 1/13 * at Syracuse L 1-3 1/14 * at Syracuse L 1-4 1/21! * RIT W 3-0 1/22 * RIT T (OT) 4-4 1/27 * MERCYHURST L 0-6 1/28 * MERCYHURST L 3-4 2/10 * at Lindenwood W 4-1 2/11 * at Lindenwood W 2-0 2/17 * at #8 Robert Morris W 3-2 2/18 * at #8 Robert Morris L 0-2 2/24 * SYRACUSE L 1-5 2/25 * SYRACUSE L 0-2 3/2 ^ vs. RIT (Buffalo, N.Y.) L 1-2 * CHA game; ^ CHA Tournament game ! Dean Jackson's first game as the interim head coach.

2015-16

12-19-6 (6-8-6 CHA)

Head Coach: Josh Brandwene Captains: Jordin Pardoski, Shannon Yoxheimer Alternate Captains: Laura Bowman, Sarah Wilkie 10/1 #1 MINNESOTA L 10/2 #1 MINNESOTA L 10/9 at #7 Boston University W 10/10 at #7 Boston University L 10/17 UNION W 10/18 UNION W 10/24 UCONN L 10/25 UCONN L 10/30 * at Lindenwood L 10/31 * at Lindenwood T (OT) 11/6 * MERCYHURST L 11/7 * MERCYHURST T (OT) 11/13 * at Robert Morris T (OT) 11/14 * at Robert Morris W 11/23 at St. Lawrence L 11/24 at St. Lawrence L 12/4 * at Syracuse L 12/5 * at Syracuse T (OT) 12/11 at #10 Princeton L 12/12 at #10 Princeton L 1/2 at Ohio State L 1/3 at Ohio State W 1/15 * at RIT L 1/16 * at RIT W (OT) 1/22 * ROBERT MORRIS W (OT) 1/23 * ROBERT MORRIS T (OT) 1/29 * RIT W 1/30 * RIT W 2/5 * SYRACUSE L (OT) 2/6 * SYRACUSE L 2/12 * LINDENWOOD W 2/13 * LINDENWOOD L 2/19 * at Mercyhurst L 2/20 * at Mercyhurst T (OT) 2/26 ^ RIT W 2/27 ^ RIT W 3/4 ^ vs. Syracuse (Buffalo, N.Y.) L (3OT)

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

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year-by-year history

2014-15

17-16-4 (9-9-2 CHA)

Head Coach: Josh Brandwene

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2013-14

4-29-3 (1-18-1 CHA)

Head Coach: Josh Brandwene Captain: Taylor Gross Alternate Captains: Jordin Pardoski, Lindsay Reihl, Jenna Welch

Captains: Jordin Pardoski, Shannon Yoxheimer Alternate Captains: Laura Bowman, Sarah Wilkie 10/3 at #1 Minnesota L 0-8 10/4 vs. St. Cloud State W 3-2 10/11 #8 QUINNIPIAC L 0-3 10/12 #8 QUINNIPIAC T (OT) 1-1 10/17 at Union W 4-1 10/18 at Union T (OT) 2-2 10/27 PRINCETON L 1-4 10/28 PRINCETON W 2-1 10/31 * at Syracuse L 1-3 11/1 * at Syracuse T (OT) 2-2 11/7 at Colgate W 6-4 11/8 at Colgate W 3-1 11/14 * at RIT L 0-3 11/15 * at RIT W (OT) 3-2 11/21 * LINDENWOOD W 3-0 11/22 * LINDENWOOD L 1-2 12/5 * at Robert Morris W 5-0 12/6 * at Robert Morris L 2-4 12/12 * #6 MERCYHURST W 2-1 12/13 * #6 MERCYHURST W 5-3 1/3 OHIO STATE L 1-3 1/4 OHIO STATE L 0-6 1/17 * RIT W 2-1 1/18 * RIT W 3-1 1/23 at New Hampshire L 0-2 1/24 at New Hampshire W 3-1 1/30 * SYRACUSE T (OT) 2-2 1/31 * SYRACUSE W 4-2 2/6 * at Lindenwood W 3-2 2/7 * at Lindenwood L 2-4 2/13 * at Mercyhurst L 0-2 2/14 * at Mercyhurst L 0-4 2/20 * ROBERT MORRIS L 1-4 2/21 * ROBERT MORRIS L 1-4 2/27 ^ LINDENWOOD W 1-0 2/28 ^ LINDENWOOD W 3-1 3/6 ^ vs. Syracuse (Erie, Pa.) L 0-2

10/4 at Vermont 10/5 at Vermont 10/11 at Quinnipiac 10/12 at Quinnipiac 10/18 UNION 10/19 UNION 10/26 NEW HAMPSHIRE 10/27 NEW HAMPSHIRE 10/31 * ROBERT MORRIS 11/1 * ROBERT MORRIS 11/9 * SYRACUSE 11/10 * SYRACUSE 11/15 * at RIT 11/16 * at RIT 11/22 * at Lindenwood 11/23 * at Lindenwood 11/30 MAINE 12/6 * at Mercyhurst 12/7 * at Mercyhurst 1/3 at Ohio State 1/4 at Ohio State 1/10 COLGATE 1/11 COLGATE 1/24 * at Syracuse 1/25 * at Syracuse 1/28 at Princeton 1/31 * RIT 2/1 * RIT 2/8 * LINDENWOOD 2/9 * LINDENWOOD 2/15 * #8 MERCYHURST 2/16 * #8 MERCYHURST 2/21 * at #9 Robert Morris 2/22 * at #9 Robert Morris 2/28 ^ at RIT 3/1 ^ at RIT

* CHA game; ^ CHA Tournament game

* CHA game; ^ CHA Tournament game

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T (OT) 3-3 W 4-2 L 1-5 L 0-4 L 1-2 W 2-1 L 5-8 L 1-3 L 0-4 L 0-6 L 1-2 L (OT) 3-4 L 1-2 L 2-3 L 1-2 W 4-1 T (OT) 1-1 L 0-7 L 0-8 L 0-8 L 0-4 L (OT) 2-3 W (OT) 2-1 L 2-3 L 0-3 L 1-6 T (OT) 2-2 L 1-3 L 1-2 L (OT) 3-4 L 0-4 L 1-4 L 2-5 L 0-4 L (OT) 2-3 L 0-3

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Head Coach: Josh Brandwene Captain: Taylor Gross Alternate Captains: Lindsay Reihl, Jenna Welch 10/6 at Vermont W 5-3 10/7 at Vermont L 1-3 10/13 * SYRACUSE L 0-4 10/14 * SYRACUSE L 0-6 10/19 at Sacred Heart L 1-2 10/20 at Sacred Heart W 6-1 10/25 * RIT L 1-4 10/26 * RIT T (OT) 2-2 11/2 SACRED HEART W 6-0 11/3 SACRED HEART W 8-2 11/10 * ROBERT MORRIS L 1-7 11/11 * ROBERT MORRIS L 1-4 11/16 * at Lindenwood L 1-5 11/17 * at Lindenwood W 3-2 11/30 * at #4 Mercyhurst L 0-5 12/1 * at #4 Mercyhurst L 1-7 12/7 at St. Lawrence L 1-3 12/8 at St. Lawrence L 2-4 1/4 CHATHAM W 10-0 1/5 CHATHAM W 4-0 1/11 at Union L 0-1 1/12 at Union L 1-2 1/25 * at Syracuse L 0-1 1/26 * at Syracuse L 1-4 1/29 PRINCETON L 0-3 2/1 * #7 MERCYHURST L 2-5 2/2 * #7 MERCYHURST L 1-4 2/8 * LINDENWOOD L 1-3 2/9 * LINDENWOOD T (OT) 3-3 2/15 * at RIT L 1-3 2/16 * at RIT L 0-4 2/22 * at Robert Morris L 1-4 2/23 * at Robert Morris L 2-4 3/1 ^ at RIT L 0-1 3/2 ^ at RIT L (OT) 2-3

* CHA game; ^ CHA Tournament game


ALL-TIME VARSITY ROSTER B Jeanette Bateman Laura Bowman Hannah Bramm Chantal Burke C Micayla Catanzariti Kate Christoffersen Kelsey Crow

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D Jess Desorcie

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2012-14

E Hannah Ehresmann Hannah England

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F Caileah Forrest

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G Amber Greene Taylor Gross

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2014-16 2012-14

H Aly Hardy Natalie Heising Hannah Hoenshell Jill Holdcroft

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J Paige Jahnke

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2012-16

K Darby Kern Irene Kiroplis

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L Emily Laurenzi Cam Leonard

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M Brooke Madsen Remi Martin Taylor McGee Amanda McLeod Katie McMillan Meike Meilleur Cara Mendelson Brooke Meyer Katie Murphy

F D D F D F F G F

N Shea Nelson Sarah Nielsen

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20172013-17

P Daniela Paniccia Nicole Paniccia Jordin Pardoski Amy Petersen

G G D F

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R Katie Rankin Kendra Rasmussen Lindsay Reihl Caitlin Reilly Morgan Rolph Kate Rydland

F F/D D F D D

20172012-14 2012-14 2014-15 20172016-

S Victoria Samuelsson Kelly Seward Birdie Shaw Sophie Slattery Madison Smiddy Bella Sutton

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20152013-17 2012-14 20172012-14 2014-

V Christi Vetter Olivia Villani

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20142016-

W Stephanie Walkom Tess Weaver Abby Welch Jenna Welch Celine Whitlinger Sarah Wilkie

D F F F G D

2012-16 2012-14 20162012-14 2012-16 2012-16

Y Shannon Yoxheimer

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2012-16

Z Katie Zinn

F

2012-13

PENN STATE CAPTAINS Laura Bowman 2016-17 Taylor Gross 2012-14 Jordin Pardoski 2014-16 Bella Sutton 2017-18 Shannon Yoxheimer 2014-16 PENN STATE ALTERNATE CAPTAINS Laura Bowman 2014-16 Kelsey Crow 2016-18 Aly Hardy 2017-18 Jordin Pardoski 2013-14 Amy Petersen 2016-17 Lindsay Reihl 2012-14 Jenna Welch 2012-14 Sarah Wilkie 2014-16

20162014-16 2012-13 2016201620152012-14 2012-14 2012-14

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2017-18 Opponents Minnesota Duluth

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2017-18 Meetings: 9/29 - Duluth, Minn. 9/30 - Duluth, Minn.

Location................................. Duluth, Minn. Nickname...................................... Bulldogs All-Time Series........................First Meeting Last Meeting..........................................N/A Conference....................................... WCHA Home Arena........................... Amsoil Arena Head Coach......................... Maura Crowell Alma Mater................................Colgate ’02 Overall Record..........................167-240-17 School Record................................40-28-6 2016-17 Record...............................25-7-5 Conference Record..........................19-5-4 Postseason Finish.......... NCAA First Round Women's Hockey SID........Kelly Grgas-Wheeler Phone...................................218-726-8937 Email........................kgrgaswh@d.umn.edu Website..................www.umdbulldogs.com

UNION

Location......................... Schenectady, N.Y. Nickname...............................Dutchwomen All-Time Series................5-4-1, Penn State Last Meeting......................October 8, 2016 Conference........................... ECAC Hockey Home Arena..............................Messa Rink Head Coach.............................. Josh Sciba Alma Mater.........................Notre Dame ’07 Overall Record..................................5-28-1 School Record..................................5-28-1 2017-18 Meetings: 2016-17 Record...............................5-28-1 10/6 - University Park, Pa. Conference Record..........................2-19-1 10/7 - University Park, Pa. Postseason Finish.................................N/A Women's Hockey SID.........Danielle Gariglio Phone...................................516-710-1079 Email......................... sportsinfo@union.edu Website.................www.unionathletics.com

CLARKSON

Location............................... Potsdam, N.Y. Nickname............................Golden Knights All-Time Series................... 2-0-0, Clarkson Last Meeting......................October 1, 2016 Conference........................... ECAC Hockey Home Arena.............................Cheel Arena Head Coach....................... Matt Desrosiers Alma Mater....................... St. Lawrence ’01 Overall Record............................220-88-40 School Record....................................Same 2017-18 Meetings: 2016-17 Record...............................32-4-5 10/13 - University Park, Pa. Conference Record..........................19-1-2 10/14 - University Park, Pa. Postseason Finish.......... NCAA Champions Women's Hockey SID................. Gary Mikel Phone...................................315-268-6673 Email..........................mikelg@clarkson.edu Website............ www.clarksonathletics.com

Robert Morris

Location .....................Moon Township, Pa. Nickname..................................... Colonials All-Time Series..........14-4-2, Robert Morris Last Meeting................... February 18, 2017 Conference.......................................... CHA Home Arena....... RMU Island Sports Center Head Coach......................... Paul Colontino Alma Mater.......................... Mercyhurst ’00 Overall Record............................110-72-26 School Record............................110-72-26 2017-18 Meetings: 2016-17 Record...............................24-5-6 10/28 - University Park, Pa. Conference Record..........................15-3-2 10/29 - University Park, Pa. Postseason Finish........ NCAA Quarterfinals 1/26 - Pittsburgh, Pa. Women's Hockey SID..........Matt Popchock 1/27 - Pittsburgh, Pa. Phone...................................412-397-6070 Email........................... popchock@rmu.edu Website.................. www.rmucolonials.com

Merrimack

2017-18 Meetings: 10/20 - Andover, Mass. 10/21 - Andover, Mass.

Location.................... North Andover, Mass. Nickname.......................................Warriors All-Time Series........................First Meeting Last Meeting..........................................N/A Conference.............. Women's Hockey East Home Arena..............................Lawler Rink Head Coach.............................Erin Hamlen Alma Mater...................New Hampshire ’92 Overall Record................................17-58-6 School Record................................16-48-6 2016-17 Record.............................11-22-3 Conference Record..........................7-17-0 Postseason Finish.......... HEA Quarterfinals Women's Hockey SID....... Jaimen Romano Phone...................................978-837-5053 Email.................. romanoja@merrimack.edu Website................. MerrimackAthletics.com  

MERCYHURST

Location.........................................Erie, Pa. Nickname......................................... Lakers All-Time Series..............15-3-2, Mercyhurst Last Meeting.................... January 28, 2017 Conference.......................................... CHA Home Arena............. Mercyhurst Ice Center Head Coach............................ Michael Sisti Alma Mater.............................. Canisius ’90 Overall Record..........................444-146-44 School Record..........................444-146-44 2017-18 Meetings: 11/3 - University Park, Pa. 2016-17 Record.............................15-18-2 11/4 - University Park, Pa. Conference Record..........................11-8-1 Postseason Finish............ CHA First Round 2/9 - Erie, Pa. Women's Hockey SID.............Kevin Stoiovy 2/10 - Erie, Pa. Phone ..................................814-824-2525 Email........ kstoic72@lakers.mercyhurst.edu Website................. www.hurstathletics.com

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2017-18 Opponents Syracuse

Location...............................Syracuse, N.Y. Nickname........................................ Orange All-Time Series.................18-1-3, Syracuse Last Meeting................... February 25, 2017 Conference.......................................... CHA Home Arena...................Tennity Ice Pavilion Head Coach..........................Paul Flanagan Alma Mater....................... St. Lawrence ’80 Overall Record..........................367-225-59 School Record..........................137-142-35 2017-18 Meetings: 2016-17 Record.............................16-13-5 11/10 - Syracuse, N.Y. Conference Record..........................14-4-2 11/11 - Syracuse, N.Y. Postseason Finish....................... CHA Final 1/19 - University Park, Pa. Women's Hockey SID...........Megan Barnes 1/20 - University Park, Pa. Phone ..................................630-651-8801 Email.................................. suacpr@syr.edu Website.............................. www.cuse.com

CORNELL

2017-18 Meeting: 11/21 - Ithaca, N.Y.

UCONN

2017-18 Meeting: 11/24 - Storrs, Conn.

Location.................................Storrs, Conn. Nickname....................................... Huskies All-Time Series...................... 3-0-1, UConn Last Meeting....................October 22, 2016 Conference.............. Women's Hockey East Arena...…....Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum Head Coach..................... Chris MacKenzie Alma Mater................Niagara University ’00 Overall Record..............................51-75-19 School Record..............................51-75-19 2016-17 Record.............................14-18-4 Conference Record..........................9-13-2 Postseason Finish....Hockey East Quarterfinals Women's Hockey SID............... Steve Lewis Phone ..................................860-486-1498 Email...................steven.l.lewis@uconn.edu Website.................www.uconnhuskies.com

YALE

2017-18 Meeting: 11/25 - Storrs, Conn.

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Location........................ New Haven, Conn. Nickname...................................... Bulldogs All-Time Series........................First Meeting Last Meeting..........................................N/A Conference........................... ECAC Hockey Home Arena.............................. Ingalls Rink Head Coach........................... Joakim Flygh Alma Mater.......... New England College ’00 Overall Record............................59-130-21 School Record............................59-130-21 2016-17 Record.............................10-17-4 Conference Record..........................8-12-2 Postseason Finish.........ECAC Quarterfinals Women's Hockey SID................ Sam Rubin Phone ..................................203-432-1456 Email........................... sam.rubin@yale.edu Website...................www.yalebulldogs.com

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Location....................................Ithaca, N.Y. Nickname....................................... Big Red All-Time Series........................First Meeting Last Meeting..........................................N/A Conference........................... ECAC Hockey Home Arena...............................Lynah Rink Head Coach........................Doug Derraugh Alma Mater.................................Cornell ’01 Overall Record..........................222-135-33 School Record..........................222-135-33 2016-17 Record...............................20-9-5 Conference Record..........................13-4-5 Postseason Finish........ NCAA Quarterfinals Women's Hockey SID............ Kassidy Franz Phone...................................607-254-5232 Email..............................kf347@cornell.edu Website.................. www.cornellbigred.com

Quinnipiac

2017-18 Meeting: 11/25 - Storrs, Conn.

Location.............................Hamden, Conn. Nickname.......................................Bobcats All-Time Series.................4-0-1, Quinnipiac Last Meeting................ December 30, 2016 Conference........................... ECAC Hockey Home Arena...... High Point Solutions Arena Head Coach.................... Cassandra Turner Alma Mater................................. Brown ’03 Overall Record..............................51-13-11 School Record..............................51-13-11 2016-17 Record.............................21-10-6 Conference Record..........................13-6-3 Postseason Finish.........ECAC Quarterfinals Women's Hockey SID.........Andrew Carlson Phone ..................................401-368-9209 Email..........andrew.carlson@quinnipiac.edu Website..........www.quinnipiacbobcats.com

RIT

Location..............................Rochester, N.Y. Nickname.......................................... Tigers All-Time Series........................13-11-3, RIT Last Meeting.........................March 2, 2017 Conference.......................................... CHA Home Arena............. Gene Polisseni Center Head Coach...................... Scott McDonald Alma Mater................................Niagara ’00 Overall Record..........................201-126-26 School Record..........................201-126-26 2017-18 Meetings: 2016-17 Record...............................7-27-2 12/1 - Rochester, N.Y. Conference Record..........................4-14-2 12/2 - Rochester, N.Y. Postseason Finish................ CHA Semifinal 2/16 - University Park, Pa. Women's Hockey SID............... Joe Venniro 2/17 - University Park, Pa. Phone...................................585-475-5598 Email...................................... jtvsid@rit.edu Website...................... www.ritathletics.com


2017-18 Opponents Ohio State

2017-18 Meetings: 1/5 - Columbus, Ohio 1/6 - Columbus, Ohio

Location............................ Columbus, Ohio Nickname.................................... Buckeyes All-Time Series................ 7-1-0, Ohio State Last Meeting...................... January 7, 2017 Conference....................................... WCHA Home Arena...........................OSU Ice Rink Head Coach.......................Nadine Muzerall Alma Mater........................... Minnesota ’01 Overall Record................................14-18-5 School Record................................14-18-5 2016-17 Record.............................14-18-5 Conference Record..........................7-16-4 Postseason Finish......... WCHA First Round Women's Hockey SID............. Don Hawkins Phone...................................614-292-4056 Email........................hawkins.658@osu.edu Website.........www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com  

LINDENWOOD

Location............................ St. Charles, Mo. Nickname........................................... Lions All-Time Series..............10-9-3, Penn State Last Meeting................... February 11, 2017 Conference.......................................... CHA Home Arena.............Lindenwood Ice Arena Head Coach......................... Scott Spencer Alma Mater..........................Minot State ’02 Overall Record................................25-70-8 School Record................................25-70-8 2017-18 Meetings: 2016-17 Record...............................6-25-2 1/12 - Wentzville, Mo. Conference Record..........................3-16-1 1/13 - Wentzville, Mo. Postseason Finish...............CHA Semifinals 2/23 - University Park, Pa. Women's Hockey SID..........Michael Barone 2/24 - University Park, Pa. Phone ................................ (516) 864-3353 Email................. mbarone@lindenwood.edu Website............. www.lindenwoodlions.com

Princeton

Location.............................. Princeton, N.J. Nickname.......................................... Tigers All-Time Series.................. 5-1-1, Princeton Last Meeting................ December 31, 2016 Conference........................... ECAC Hockey Home Arena....................Hobey Baker Rink Head Coach..............................Cara Morey Alma Mater................................. Brown ’01 Overall Record....................................0-0-0 School Record....................................0-0-0 2017-18 Meeting: 2016-17 Record.............................20-10-3 1/30 - University Park, Pa. Conference Record..........................14-6-2 Postseason Finish............ ECAC Semifinals Women's Hockey SID............. Kristy McNeil Phone...................................609-258-5655 Email........................ mcneil@princeton.edu Website...........www.goprincetontigers.com

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All-time series records PENN STATE ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Team Boston University Chatham Clarkson Colgate Cornell Lindenwood Maine Mercyhurst Merrimack Minnesota Minnesota Duluth New Hampshire Ohio State Princeton Quinnipiac RIT Robert Morris Sacred Heart St. Cloud State St. Lawrence Syracuse UConn Union Vermont Yale

All-Time Home Away Neutral First Meeting Last Meeting 1-2-1 0-1-1 1-1-0 - Oct. 2015 Oct. 2016 2-0-0 2-0-0 - - Jan. 2013 Jan. 2013 0-2-0 - 0-2-0 - Sept. 2016 Oct. 2016 3-1-0 1-1-0 2-0-0 - Jan. 2014 Nov. 2014 - - - - Nov. 2017 Nov. 2017 10-9-3 5-5-2 5-4-1 - Nov. 2012 Feb. 2017 0-0-1 0-0-1 - - Nov. 2013 Nov. 2013 3-15-2 2-7-1 1-8-1 - Nov. 2012 Jan. 2017 - - - - Oct. 2017 Oct. 2017 0-3-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 - Oct. 2014 Oct. 2015 - - - - Sept. 2017 Sept. 2017 1-3-0 0-2-0 1-1-0 - Oct. 2013 Jan. 2015 1-7-0 0-4-0 1-3-0 - Jan. 2014 Jan. 2017 1-5-1 1-2-0 0-3-1 - Jan. 2013 Dec. 2016 0-4-1 0-1-1 0-3-0 - Oct. 2013 Dec. 2016 11-13-3 7-2-3 4-10-0 0-1-0 Oct. 2012 March 2017 4-14-2 1-8-1 3-6-1 - Nov. 2012 Feb. 2017 3-1-0 2-0-0 1-1-0 - Oct. 2012 Nov. 2012 1-0-0 - - 1-0-0 Oct. 2014 Oct. 2014 0-6-0 0-2-0 0-4-0 - Dec. 2012 Nov. 2016 1-18-3 1-8-1 0-8-2 0-2-0 Oct. 2012 Feb. 2017 0-3-1 0-2-0 0-1-1 - Oct. 2015 Oct. 2016 5-4-1 3-1-0 2-3-1 - Jan. 2013 Oct. 2016 2-1-1 - 2-1-1 - Oct. 2012 Oct. 2013 - - - - Nov. 2017 Nov. 2017

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PENN STATE CHA PLAYOFF HISTORY 2013 CHA FIRST ROUND 3/1 at RIT 3/2 at RIT

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2014 CHA FIRST ROUND 2/28 at RIT 3/1 at RIT

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2015 CHA FIRST ROUND 2/27 vs. Lindenwood 2/28 vs. Lindenwood

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2015 CHA SEMIFINAL 3/6 vs. Syracuse (Mercyhurst)

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2016 CHA FIRST ROUND 2/26 vs. RIT 2/27 vs. RIT

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PENN STATE ALL-TIME: 11/30/12 12/1/12 2/1/13 2/2/13 2/15/14 2/16/14 2/21/14 2/22/14 10/3/14 10/11/14 10/12/14 12/12/14 12/13/14 10/1/15 10/2/15 10/9/15 10/10/15 12/11/15 12/12/15 9/30/16 10/1/16 11/21/16 11/22/16 12/30/16 2/17/17 2/18/17

at #4 Mercyhurst at #4 Mercyhurst #7 MERCYHURST #7 MERCYHURST #8 MERCYHURST #8 MERCYHURST at #9 Robert Morris at #9 Robert Morris at #1 Minnesota #8 QUINNIPIAC #8 QUINNIPIAC #6 MERCYHURST #6 MERCYHURST #1 MINNESOTA #1 MINNESOTA at #7 Boston University at #7 Boston University at #10 Princeton at #10 Princeton at #5 Clarkson at #5 Clarkson #3 ST. LAWRENCE #3 ST. LAWRENCE at #8 Quinnipiac at #8 Robert Morris at #8 Robert Morris

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PENN STATE UNIVERSITY A LAND GRANT INSTITUTION Penn State’s historic mission of teaching, research, and public service — launched under the most modest of circumstances more than 150 years ago — now reaches into virtually all parts of Pennsylvania. Consider, for example, that the University now has 24 campuses across the Commonwealth, putting a Penn State education within practical reach of nearly every Pennsylvanian. In fact, more than 71 percent of Penn State’s undergraduates are Pennsylvania residents. Penn State is Pennsylvania’s largest nongovernmental employer and has employees and expenditures in every one of its 67 counties. The University generates a total economic impact across the Commonwealth that surpasses $8.5 billion annually. Part of that impact is derived from Penn State’s research program, which brings more than $530 million in federal funds to Pennsylvania each year, and an additional $83 million from private industry. Penn State’s outreach and online programs — ranging from 4H to Cooperative Extension, from summer camps to public broadcasting — provide educational and service programs to more than a million Pennsylvania households annually. The University’s presence throughout Pennsylvania today contrasts sharply with its humble beginnings. Chartered as a college of scientific agriculture, the institution was located in rural Centre County after James Irvin, a partner in the Centre Furnace iron works (remains of which can be seen today along East College Avenue), offered to donate 200 acres of farmland for a campus. Founding President Evan Pugh wanted the fledgling institution to embody a new approach to higher education that blended classical studies with subjects that had practical value. He joined similar visionaries in other states in convincing Congress to pass the Morrill Land-Grant Act in 1862. The act gave individual states tracts of federal land to sell; the proceeds supported colleges that agreed to

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include engineering, science and the liberal arts as well as agriculture in their course of studies. In 1863, the Pennsylvania legislature designated Penn State the Commonwealth’s sole land-grant institution. The lawmakers in effect bestowed on the privately incorporated college a public character. In return for state support, the institution assumed obligations of teaching, research and service that are normally associated with publicly owned land-grant universities in other states. By the 1890s Penn State was making its mark. It ranked among the nation’s 10 largest undergraduate engineering schools, a distinction it still holds. It established one of the nation’s first collegiate agricultural experiment stations, and Professor Whitman Jordan’s pioneering research on using fertilizers for soil enrichment had global impact on crop yields. Penn State in 1871 became one of the first land-grant schools in the Northeast to admit women, graduated its first international student in 1890, and its first African-American student in 1905. In the early 1900s, President Edwin E. Sparks supported a number of efforts to “carry the college to the people,” as he liked to say. Technical institutes were established in various locations statewide for engineering education, beginning with an evening school in Allentown in 1910. In 1912, Penn State helped create a system of county agents in agriculture and home economics. Today, the Penn State World Campus, with its “anywhere, anytime” learning through the Internet, builds on that outreach tradition. But undergraduate education remained foremost. Enrollment surpassed 5,000 students by 1936, including those attending several undergraduate centers that were created for students who, in the depths of the Great Depression, could not afford to leave their hometowns to get a college education. The centers offered the first year of baccalaureate studies and were the predecessors of today’s statewide system of campuses. Thanks to this innovative approach


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NITTANY LION LEGEND

to higher education, Penn State in the 1930s became Pennsylvania’s largest single source of baccalaureate degrees, a distinction it holds to this day. Following World War II, Penn State underwent unprecedented expansion, first to meet the needs of returning military veterans and later to accommodate the Baby Boom generation. Total enrollment at all Penn State campuses climbed to 40,000 by 1970. The University also emerged on the national scene as a research powerhouse in fields as diverse as dairy science, acoustics, psychology and diesel engineering. The expansion of research went hand in hand with a steady increase in the number of graduate students. The University awarded its first graduate degree — a master’s degree in scientific agriculture — in 1862, and the Graduate School was established in 1922. But overall graduate enrollment remained modest until the 1950s, then swelled steadily. The Graduate School has awarded to date approximately 130,000 master’s, doctoral and other advanced degrees. The University Park campus is Penn State’s administrative and research hub. In addition, there are 19 primarily undergraduate campuses; Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and the College of Medicine; the Pennsylvania College of Technology; Penn State Law: Dickinson Law; the Penn State Great Valley School of Graduate Professional Studies; and the Penn State World Campus. To date, Penn State has awarded more than 800,000 degrees, hallmarks of an educational experience second to none in quality. In addition, Penn State alumni — including 340,000 in Pennsylvania alone — have job- and social-networking opportunities that no other college or university in the Commonwealth can surpass.

Penn State’s athletic symbol, chosen by the student body in 1906, is the mountain lion which once roamed central Pennsylvania. H.D. “Joe” Mason, a member of the Class of 1907, conducted a one-man campaign to choose a school mascot after seeing the Princeton tiger on a trip with the Penn State baseball team to that New Jersey campus. A student publication sponsored the campaign to select a mascot and Penn State is believed to be the first college to adopt the lion as a mascot. Since Penn State is located in the Nittany Valley at the foot of Mount Nittany, the lion was designated as a Nittany Lion. In regional folklore, Nittany (or Nita-Nee) was a valorous Indian princess in whose honor the Great Spirit caused Mount Nittany to be formed. A later namesake, daughter of chief O-Ko-Cho, who lived near the mouth of Penn’s Creek, fell in love with Malachi Boyer, a trader. The tearful maiden and her lost lover became legend and her name was given to the stately mountain.

LION SHRINE

Penn State’s Nittany Lion shrine was dedicated on Oct. 24, 1942, during Homecoming Weekend. Animal sculptor Heinz Warneke and stonecutter Joseph Garatti molded a 13-ton block of Indiana limestone into the most recognizable symbol of Penn State. The shrine was chosen from six models submitted by Warneke. The shrine is a gift of the Class of 1940 and rests in a natural setting of trees near Recreation Building. The site was chosen because of its accessibility, the surrounding trees and the fact that the sculpture would not be dwarfed by nearby buildings.

BLUE & WHITE

Penn State’s student-athletes are instantly identified by their blue and white uniforms — but those weren’t the original school colors. A three-member committee representing the sophomore, junior and senior classes was appointed in October of 1887 to develop color options from which the student body would select the school’s official colors. Dark pink and black was the unanimous choice of the student body after considering the color combinations presented by the committee. Soon many students and the baseball team were sporting pink and black striped blazers and caps. However, problems arose when the pink faded to white after several weeks of exposure to the sun. The students then opted for blue, rather than black, and white. The official announcement of the new choice was made on March 18, 1890.

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ERIC J. BARRON PENN STATE PRESIDENT FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY, ’72 (B.S.) UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI, ’76 (M.S.), ’80 (Ph.D.)

Eric J. Barron took the helm of Pennsylvania’s flagship public university on May 12, 2014, arriving from Florida State University, where he had been president for four years. No stranger to Penn State, he had served on the faculty of the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences and as dean of the college. Dr. Barron returned to Penn State from his presidency at Florida State, bringing with him nearly 35 years of leadership experience in academic administration, education, research and public service, and a track record as a talented manager of fiscal policy within large and complex institutions. As leader of Penn State, Dr. Barron oversees a research enterprise of more than $836 million and 24 campuses, including two law schools and a College of Medicine in Hershey, Pa., as well as an internationally recognized online educational enterprise known as the World Campus. Penn State’s current enrollment is approximately 99,000 students, and it boasts the world’s largest dues-paying alumni association. During his tenure as president of Penn State, Dr. Barron has made access and affordability; student engagement; economic development; job creation and student career success; technology and diversity and demographics priorities. His Invent Penn State initiative aims at ramping up investment in economic development and student career success. By leveraging the size and broad research strengths of the University, Dr. Barron has made it a goal that Penn State will be a driver for job creation, entrepreneurship, and economic development, and will accelerate the transfer of new ideas into useful products and processes that encompass a broad range. Since its inception, Invent Penn State has partnered with the University’s campuses across the Commonwealth to open 17 innovation hubs available to the surrounding communities. Since opening, the hubs have accelerated more than 50 startups, supported more than 1,000 entrepreneurs, and hosted nearly 100 events and pitch competitions. As part of his fiscal duties, Dr. Barron has pursued various cost-saving measures and increased revenue for Penn State; embarked on efficiency initiatives of more than $115.9 million; and implemented budget cuts and recycling of University dollars that have averaged over $23 million per 64 64

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year for more than a decade. Dr. Barron earned a bachelor of science degree in geology at Florida State in 1973 before moving on to the University of Miami, where he earned master's and doctoral degrees in oceanography. Dr. Barron spent 20 years of his career at Penn State, serving as dean of the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences from 2002-06, and as founding director of the Earth System Science Center, one of the first major initiatives focused on the total study of Earth as a system. He also had a simultaneous appointment as director of the Earth and Mineral Sciences Environment Institute. In 1999, he was named Distinguished Professor of Geosciences at Penn State. An accomplished scientist with a long background in atmospheric research, Dr. Barron served as director of the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) and as dean of the Jackson School of Geosciences at the University of Texas at Austin. Early in his career he was a postdoctoral research fellow and scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Co.


SANDY BARBOUR DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY, ’81 (B.A.) MASSACHUSETTS, ’83 (M.S.), NORTHWESTERN, ’91 (M.B.A.)

Sandy Barbour began her leadership of the Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics program in August 2014 and she has rapidly made a dynamic impression on one of the nation’s most successful and comprehensive athletic departments. President Eric J. Barron named Barbour the Nittany Lions’ ninth Director of Athletics after serving 10 years as Director of Athletics at the University of California. Barbour brought to Penn State more than 30 years of varied experiences as a collegiate administrator and coach, with a demonstrated record of championships, academic success, innovation, facility modernization and revenue growth. She directs one of the nation’s most comprehensive and successful athletic programs that boasts an NCAA Graduation Success Rate of 89 percent, with 31 sports and an Intercollegiate Athletics staff of approximately 300, whose mantra is preparing students for a lifetime of impact. It did not take long for Barbour to begin implementing her vision for Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics and creating conditions for success for the department’s “Why” — the approximately 800 Nittany Lion student-athletes.

Six months after arriving at Penn State, she announced a reorganization of ICA that introduced a more vertical structure to encourage communication and collaboration across functional units and sports. Four administrative divisions were formed: studentathlete performance, health and welfare; internal and external operation, administration and business and finance. Midway through 2015, Penn State Athletics launched a wide-ranging strategic planning process and conducted a series of town hall meetings. Students, faculty and staff, alumni, donors and the public were presented with some of the initial findings of the project and had an opportunity to provide feedback. The project helped determine strategies and priorities for the formalized 2017-21 strategic plan. Penn State student-athletes have delivered record-setting academic performances during Barbour’s initial three years, including the five highest semester 3.0 grade-point average totals in school history. During the 2016 fall semester, a school record 24 Penn State squads, powered by 498 student-athletes, earned at least a 3.0 grade-point average. A total of 223 Nittany Lion students posted at least a 3.5 GPA last fall to garner Dean’s List honors. A school record 114 student-athletes graduated this past May, bringing the 201617 total to 142 graduates. Under Barbour’s leadership, 18 Penn State squads earned perfect NCAA Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores of 1,000 in 2015-16, up from 13 the previous year. A school record 299 student-athletes garnered Academic All-Big Ten accolades in 2015-16 and 2016-17, including record totals among the winter and spring/at-large sports the past two years. Five student-athletes were selected CoSIDA Academic All-Americans in 2016-17 and Nittany Lion students combined to spend more than 6,200 hours involved in community engagement. During Barbour’s tenure, 12 Nittany Lion student-athletes have earned CoSIDA Academic All-America accolades to keep Penn State among the nation’s top five nationally in all-time honorees.

In 1996, Barbour was appointed Tulane’s director of athletics at age 36, and during her three years overseeing the program, Green Wave teams won 12 conference championships. In her first year in the position, the school captured four conference titles, a feat never before accomplished in Tulane history. She also hired Tommy Bowden as head football coach during her first year. Bowden proceeded in 1997 to post the Green Wave’s first winning season (7-4) in 16 years, and then directed the school to a 12-0 record, a Conference USA championship and a No. 7 national ranking the following season as the 1998 Liberty Bowl champions. Barbour was recruited to Tulane as an associate athletic director in 1991. Born in Annapolis, Md., Barbour grew up in a military family. Her father was a career aviator in the U.S. Navy, and her family lived in various U.S. locations as well as in Western Europe during her childhood. Barbour graduated cum laude in 1981 with a B.S. degree in physical education from Wake Forest University, where she was a four-year letterwinner and served as captain of the field hockey team. She also played two seasons of women’s basketball for the Demon Deacons. Barbour earned advanced degrees at the University of Massachusetts (an M.S. in sports management in 1983) and Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management (an MBA in 1991). Barbour’s career in intercollegiate athletics began as a field hockey assistant coach and lacrosse administrative assistant at Massachusetts in 1981. Between master’s programs, Barbour served as assistant field hockey and lacrosse coach at Northwestern from 1982-84. She also held the position of director of recruiting services during that period, before being promoted to assistant athletic director for intercollegiate programs in 1984, a position she held until 1989. Prior to joining Tulane, Barbour worked in programming and production for FOX Sports Net in Chicago during the summer of 1990.

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TV/Radio Roster

1 2 3 5 7 8 A HANNAH EHRESMANN Senior • Goalie Minnetonka, Minn.

Shea Nelson Freshman • Forward Evanston, Ill.

IRENE KIROPLIS Senior • Defenseman Georgetown, Ontario

Brooke madsen Sophomore • Forward Eagan, Minn.

Kelsey Crow Junior • Defenseman Minnetonka, Minn.

Christi Vetter Senior • Forward Lakeville, Minn.

9 10 11 13 15 16 C A Morgan Rolph Freshman • Defenseman Mitchell, Ontario

Abby Welch Sophomore • Forward East Amherst, N.Y.

BELLA SUTTON Senior • Defenseman Shoreview, Minn.

Hannah England Junior • Forward Simi Valley, Calif.

ALY HARDY Senior • Forward St. Albans, Vt.

Katie McMillan Sophomore • Defenseman Minnetonka, Minn.

17 19 20 22 23 24 Sophie Slattery Freshman • Forward Edina, Minn.

Katie Rankin Freshman • Forward Kanata, Ontario

Natalie Heising Freshman • Forward Maple Grove, Minn.

Olivia Villani Sophomore • Forward Pittsburgh, Pa.

Kate Rydland Sophomore • Defenseman Eden Prairie, Minn.

Victoria Samuelsson Junior • Forward Leksand, Sweden

25 26 28 32 33 34 Amanda McLeod Sophomore • Forward Okotoks, Alberta

Meike Meilleur Junior • Forward Winnipeg, Manitoba

Caileah Forrest Sophomore • Forward Ottawa, Ontario

HC AC AC Jeff Kampersal Head Coach First Year

Allison Coomey Assistant Coach First Year

Celeste Brown Assistant Coach First Year

Cam Leonard Freshman • Goalie Cary, N.C.

Chantal Burke Freshman • Goalie Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Daniela Paniccia Sophomore • Goalie Oakville, Ontario


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2017-18 Penn State Women's Hockey Yearbook  

2017-18 Penn State Women's Hockey Yearbook