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JUANA BARIBEAU

DANIELLE BOUDREAU

KATELYN PTOLEMY BRITTANY MULLIGAN

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CLARKSONGOLDEN WOMEN ’ S HOCKEY KNIGHTS


CLASS of 2012 Juana Baribeau, Katelyn Ptolemy, Gabrielle Kosziwka, Danielle Boudreau, Kali Gillanders, Brittany Mulligan

Juana Baribeau #25

Katelyn Ptolemy #4

Gabrielle Kosziwka #7

Danielle Boudreau #10

Kali Gillanders #19

Brittany Mulligan #14


2011-12 CLARKSON WOMEN'S HOCKEY Y GUIDE Quick Facts .............................................................................. 2 Administration .......................................................................... 3 The University .......................................................................... 5 University Quick Facts ............................................................. 6 North Country ........................................................................... 7 Cheel Arena............................................................................... 8 Co-Head Coaches - Shannon Desrosiers/Matt Desrosiers ...... 10 Assistant Coaches - Matt Kelly/Carlee Eusepi ....................... 11 2011-12 Outlook ..................................................................... 12 2010-11 Final Statistics ........................................................... 15 2010-11 Final Results ............................................................. 16 2011-12 Roster ........................................................................ 20 Katelyn Ptolemy...................................................................... 21 Gabrielle Kosziwka ................................................................. 22 Hailey Wood ........................................................................... 23 Danielle Boudreau .................................................................. 24 Vanessa Plante......................................................................... 25 Shelby Nisbet .......................................................................... 26 Brittany Mulligan .................................................................... 27 Carly Mercer ........................................................................... 28 Kali Gillanders ........................................................................ 29

Vanessa Gagnon ............................................................................30 Brittany Styner ..............................................................................31 Juana Baribeau ..............................................................................32 Jamie Lee Rattray .........................................................................33 Erica Howe....................................................................................34 Danielle Skirrow ...........................................................................35 Amanda Lucky ..............................................................................36 Jennifer Shields/Taylor Gedig.......................................................37 Daniella Matteucci/Christine Lambert ..........................................38 Jenna Boss/Emily Horn.................................................................39 2010-11 ECAC Standings .............................................................40 Opponents .....................................................................................41 Clarkson vs Opponents .................................................................43 Clarkson Women's Hockey Tradition ...........................................44 Year-by-Year Results ....................................................................45 Scoring Records ............................................................................47 Goaltending Records.....................................................................48 All-Time All-Stars.........................................................................49 All-Time Golden Knights .............................................................50 Senior Classes ...............................................................................53 Remembering Ron Frazer .............................................................55 Travel Directions...........................................................................56

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#4 Ptolemy ........................................... TALL-uh-me #6 Shields ................................................ SHEELDS #7 Kosziwka ......................................Ku-ZHOO-Kuh #8 Gedig ..................................................... GAW-dig #9 Wood .........................................................WOOD #10 Boudreau ..........................................Boo-DROW #11 Plante ....................................................... PLONT #13 Nisbet ........................................................NIZ-bit #14 Mulligan............................................ MULL-i-gan #15 Mercer ................................................... MER-sur #17 Matteucci...........................................MA-tuch-ee #19 Gillanders....................................... Gill-ANDERS #21 Gagnon............................................... gan-YAWN #22 Lambert ................................................ LAM-bert #24 Styner ......................................................STY-ner #25 Baribeau ......................................... BEAR-i-beau #26 Rattray ............................................... RATCH-ray #27 Howe............................................................ HOW #28 Skirrow ................................................SKEE-row #29 Lucky ..................................................... LUCK-ee #32 Boss ........................................................... BOSS #35 Horn ............................................................HORN

2011-12 Clarkson Women's Hockey


The Golden Knights will begin their ninth season of Hockey in 2011-12.

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2011-12 CLARKSON UNIVERSITY WOMEN'S HOCKEY OCKEY FACTS Location..........................................Potsdam, New York, 13699-5830 Founded............................................................................................ 1896 Enrollment ...................................................................................... 3,000 President .............................................................................Tony Collins Director of Athletics ................................................. Steve Yianoukos Athletic Department Telephone .................................315-268-6622 Co-Head Coach ..................................................Shannon Desrosiers Alma Mater .............................................. St. Lawrence University ‘03 Record Overall/Clarkson ....................................53-43-17 (3 years) Hockey Office Telephone .............................................315-268-4481 E-mail Address ...............................................sdesrosi@clarkson.edu Co-Head Coach .........................................................Matt Desrosiers Alma Mater .............................................. St. Lawrence University ‘01 Record Overall/Clarkson ....................................53-43-17 (3 years) Hockey Office Telephone .............................................315-268-3735 E-mail Address .............................................mdesrosi@clarkson.edu Assistant Coach ............................................Matt Kelly (4th season) Alma Mater .............................................. Wayne State University ‘07 E-mail Address ..................................................mkelly@clarkson.edu Volunteer Coach ............................................................ Carlee Eusepi Alma Mater .....................................................Clarkson University ‘10 Strength & Conditioning ...........................................Jaime Rodriguez Alma Mater ............................................................... Lasell College '03 Athletic Trainer ............................................................ Morgan Collins Alma Mater ....................................................... University of Utah '10 Nickname ......................................................................Golden Knights Colors ................................Green (PMS 3305) and Gold (PMS 116) Conference .....................................................................ECAC Hockey 2010-11 Overall Record .......................................................... 14-17-6 2010-11 ECAC Hockey Record .................................... 10-8-4 (6th) Captain ............................................................................................. TBA Assistant Captains ........................................................................... TBA Lettermen Returning/Lost ............................................................ 16/6 - Forwards Returning/Lost .......................................................... 11/3 - Defense Returning/Lost ................................................................4/1 - Goaltenders Returning/Lost ........................................................1/2 HOME ICE Rink ...............................Cheel Arena at the Cheel Campus Center Capacity........................................................................................... 3,000 Ice Sheet ...................................................................................200' x 85' Record at Cheel ....................................89-39-18 .671% (8 seasons) Press Box Telephone......................................................315-268-6688 Arena Director/Ticket Manager .................................Scott Smalling Ticket Office Telephone ................................................315-268-7750 Sports Information Director ............................................ Gary Mikel Office Telephone.............................................................315-268-6673 Fax .....................................................................................315-268-7613 E-mail ..................................................................mikelg@clarkson.edu Website ................................................... www.clarksonathletics.com

HOCKEY HISTORY First NCAA Season ............................................................................ 2003-04 Overall Record ............................................. 146-110-35 562% (8 seasons) Winning Seasons .............................................................................................. 6 ECAC Hockey Playoff Appearances ............................................................. 7 ECAC Playoff Record .................................................................7-14 (.333%) All-Americans..............................................................1 (Kira Hurley - Goal) *Clarkson sponsored women's hockey for 10 years from 1974-84. "Frazer's Blazers" compiled a 77-72-3 record against independent and college teams.

RETURNEES - 2010-11 STATISTICS Forwards (11) Jamie Lee Rattray Carly Mercer Juana Baribeau Danielle Skirrow Gabrielle Kosziwka Brittany Styner Brittany Mulligan Kali Gillanders Vanessa Gagnon Shelby Nisbet Amanda Lucky

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

Gms 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 37

G-A-Pts 7-18-25 8-16-24 10-11-21 11-5-16 5-7-12 3-9-12 4-7-11 3-3-6 1-2-3 0-1-1 0-1-1

Defensemen (4) Hailey Wood Katelyn Ptolemy Danielle Boudreau Vanessa Plante

Jr. Sr. Sr. So.

33 35 37 33

4-8-12 2-9-11 1-7-8 0-3-3

Goaltenders (1) Eric Howe

Gms 25

Sv% .928

GAA 1.87

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Varsity Candidates (6) Jenna Boss Fr. Goaltender Little Canada, Minnesota/ Roseville Raiders Taylor Gedig Fr. Defense Kelowna, British Columbia/ Warner Hockey School Emily Horn Fr. Goaltender Hamilton, ONT/ Brampton Jr. Thunder Christine Lambert Fr. Forward Thetford Mines, Quebec/ Ontario Hockey Mavericks Daniella Matteucci Fr. Defense Fruitvale, British Columbia/ Notre Dame Hounds Jennifer Shields Fr. Defense Ingersoll, Ontario/ Bluewater Jr. Hawks

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ANTHONY G. COLLINS • PRESIDENT

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larkson University President Anthony G. Collins is a regional and national advocate for higher education - industrial partnerships that couple research discovery and engineering innovation with enterprise for com-

mercialization and economic development. With a focus on advancing sustainable energy solutions and environmental technology innovation, he serves as the president of the Seaway Private Equity Corporation that invests in new technology companies based in St. Lawrence County, New York and on the board for (TSEC) The Solar Energy Consortium which mobilizes related resources in New York state. He is also the vice chair of New York’s Commission of Independent Colleges and Universities and the chair of the national Association of Independent Technological Universities’ Public Relations Committee. President Collins serves on the boards of the Business Council of New York State, the Central New York Metropolitan Development Authority, the Essential New York Initiative, the New York Indoor Environmental Quality Center, and the Syracuse Center of Excellence in Environment and Energy Systems, the New York State Smart Grid Consortium, and on the board of advisors of Sriya Innovations, Inc. Dr. Collins was among the primary architects of the Vision of a Clarkson Education that has guided evolution of the curriculum since 1995. As president, he now leads Clarkson’s Evolution to Excellence, a comprehensive strategic plan elevating the University’s academic reputation, strengthening its financial resources, and increasing the lifetime engagement of alumni. Growing up outside Melbourne, Australia, Dr. Collins earned an undergraduate civil engineering degree from Monash University, and then master’s and doctoral degrees from Lehigh University in Pennsylvania. Prior to his doctoral studies, he worked for both Australian Consolidated Industries and Utah Development Company. After receiving his Ph.D. in 1982, Dr. Collins launched his career at Clarkson, in Potsdam, N.Y., as an assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering. Subsequently rising to the rank of professor, he also assumed increasing levels of administrative responsibility, including department chair, dean, vice president for academic affairs, and provost. He was elected the 16th president of Clarkson University in 2003. He has received awards for outstanding teaching, research and advising, lectured globally and is the author of more than 90 professional publications. In addition to connecting with Clarkson alumni across the globe, Dr. Collins; his wife, Karen; and their four children are active in the Potsdam community and have provided volunteer service to numerous community groups and youth sports programs.

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STEVE YIANOUKOS • DIRECTOR INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

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t e v e Yi a n o u k o s w a s n a m e d Clarkson University’s Director of Athletics in August 2005. The Potsdam, NY native, who became the University’s eighth athletic director, has been actively involved with Clarkson’s Department of Physical Education, Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation since his undergraduate days at the University in the early 1970s. “Steve has played a key role in the Department of Athletics’ many successful initiatives and I am confident that under Steve’s leadership the department will continue to progress,” stated Clarkson President Tony Collins upon announcing Yianoukos’ appointment. He had been the Associate Director of Athletics since 1997 and before that was the executive officer of Physical Education/Recreation from 1984 to 1997. Yianoukos has overseen Clarkson’s Division III athletics programs, managed all home Division III athletic contests, monitored NCAA/Liberty League institutional policies and sports guidelines, and led fund-raising initiatives for the department, including the Green and Gold Club, Athletic Annual Fund, Athletic Hall of Fame and the Athletic Alumni Council. Yianoukos graduated from Clarkson in 1972 with a bachelor’s degree in industrial management. He served as the facility manger for the Town of Potsdam’s Pine Street Arena from 1972-1977 and was named the town’s recreation director/facility manager in 1977. Yianoukos also worked as a Zamboni driver in the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid. He was inducted into the Potsdam High School Athletic Hall of Fame in 2007. He is involved in numerous local professional and civic organizations. Yianoukos and his wife Joyce, are long time residents in the Potsdam community, they have two grown children Fia and John, and several grandchildren.

SCOTT SMALLING • ASSOCIATE AD/DIRECTOR of CHEEL CAMPUS CENTER/ CHEEL ARENA

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long time director of Clarkson's hockey facilities, Scott Smalling was named an assistant athletic director in January 2006. Smalling has served as the Director of the Cheel Campus Center since October of 2002. He previously held the position of Arena Director at both Walker Arena and Cheel Arena from 1987-1996. In his duties as Associate athletic director, Smalling oversees the operations of the men's and women's hockey programs, fundraising and promotions for the Clarkson Athletic Department along with supervising the Sports Information Office. He also continues as the Director of the Cheel Campus Center, which includes overseeing the overall operation of the 4,000 capacity Cheel Arena. Before coming to Clarkson, Smalling worked for the village and town of Potsdam, serving as the Director of Potsdam Recreation. He also acted as the Director of the 5,000-seat Pinebridge Coliseum in Spruce Pine, NC, where he handled the public relations and scheduling for the Pinebridge Bucks Atlantic Coast Hockey League team in 1983. Smalling has also served as an assistant coach and head coach for Clarkson’s baseball team, and was the head coach for the Potsdam Central School’s Varsity baseball team from 1985-87. From January 1996 until October of 2002, Smalling was employed by A. Cappione, Inc. where he was responsible for all aspects of promotion, public relations, sales and merchandising in retail industry. Smalling, who makes his home in Hannawa Falls with his wife Mary Jane and their three sons, is a 1980 graduate of Brockport State with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Management.

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Dr. Chris Comeau C Dr. Michael ell Maresca Dr. Luc Perrier, r rrier,

Robin Howard -Hockey Liaison

Trey Smutz -Cheel Campus Center Intern

Morgan Collins - Trainer

Jaime Rodriguez - Strength & Conditioning Coach

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larkson University was founded in 1896 as a memorial to Thomas S. Clarkson, successful entrepreneur and Northern New York businessman who was also distinguished by a deep and abiding concern for humanity. When Thomas Clarkson died as a result of an accident in his sandstone quarry, his sisters, Elizabeth, Frederica, and Lavinia established a memorial to his name by building and endowing an institution that would embody his philosophy. Clarkson's original motto, "A Workman That Needeth Not to be Ashamed," is taken from Thomas S. Clarkson's favorite biblical verse. Clarkson's colors, green and gold, were selected because the goldenrod was Thomas S. Clarkson's favorite flower. The first classes at the Thomas S. Clarkson Memorial School of Technology were held on September 2, 1896, for 17 young men and women. In 1913, the charter was amended, and the name was changed to the Thomas S. Clarkson Memorial College of Technology. Steady growth and development resulted in the New York State Board of Regents designating Clarkson a University on February 24, 1984.

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CLARKSON TODAY Today, Clarkson is a nationally ranked research university offering more than 50 comprehensive programs in business, engineering, science, liberal arts, health sciences, and environmental studies. With 221 full-time teacher-scholars engaged in world-class research, Clarkson has developed an international reputation in the fields of Advanced Materials Science, Biotechnology, Environment & Energy, Entrepreneurship and Global Supply Chain Management. Yet the University remains true to Thomas Clarkson’s enduring legacy. Our primary mission is to educate talented and motivated men and women to become successful professionals through quality precollegiate, undergraduate, graduate, and professional continuing education programs, with particular emphasis on the undergraduate experience. At Clarkson, we value the diversity of our University community, and we strive to attune ourselves and our programs to our global, pluralistic society. We share the belief that humane economic and social development derive from the expansion, diffusion, and application of knowledge. The Clarkson University educational experience is designed to provide talented and ambitious students with the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve positions of leadership within their chosen profession. The combination of Clarkson’s strong technologically rich curricula and state-of-the-art teaching and research facilities, coupled with an unparalleled commitment to a friendly learning environment and to students’ personal development, uniquely prepares Clarkson graduates to excel in their chosen professions and to lead rewarding and creative lives.

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larkson is recognized among the finest universities in the nation, according to such diverse measures as U.S. News and World Report, the Association for Independent Technological Universities, and corporate recruiters. Clarkson focuses on providing a rigorous professional experience, connecting discovery and engineering innovation with enterprise, and developing a collaborative community for students, faculty and staff. • Top-tier national university, U.S. News & World Report, America's Best Colleges 2011. • 37 on the Great Schools, Great Prices, list of 50 national universities ranked according to their quality to price ratio, U.S. News & World Report, America's Best Colleges 2011. • 20 on the Fifty Most Affordable with a Return on Investment list, Bloomberg Businessweek, 2011. • Among the nation’s most environmentally responsible colleges, Princeton Review’s Guide to 311 Green Colleges: 2011. • One of the best undergraduate engineering programs in the country, U.S. News & World Report, America's Best Colleges 2011. • Among the Top 100 best undergraduate business schools in the nation, Bloomberg Businessweek 2011. • Among “The Best 373 Colleges," The Princeton Review 2011. • Digital Arts & Sciences major at Clarkson has been named the most innovative program in North America, International Digital Media and Arts Association (iDMAa) 2010. • Top 50 Undergraduate Game Design Programs, the Princeton Review 2010. • Top 20 in the nation for Production/Operations Management, U.S. News & World Report, America's Best Colleges 2010. • School of Business supply chain management program ranks #14 in the nation, U.S. News & World Report, America's Best Colleges 2011. • ROTC service ranked #2 in the nation, Washington Monthly 2010. • Included in U.S. News & World Report, Best Graduate Schools 2012. • Ranks 38th in environmental engineering and 58th in civil engineering, U.S. News & World Report, America’s Best Graduate Schools 2012. • Ranks #42 for faculty receiving significant research awards and #80 in the national universities category, which ranks 258 universities nationally, Washington Monthly 2010. • Top-ranked military friendly school in the nation, G.I. Jobs 2011. • Clarkson is one of only 330 of the country's best and most interesting colleges and universities featured in the 2011 Edition of the Fiske Guide to Colleges.

QUICK FACTS Clarkson University 8 Clarkson Ave. Potsdam, NY 13699 Phone: 315-268-6400 Admission phone: 800-527-6577, admission@clarkson.edu Location : Potsdam, N.Y., (pop. 9,500), adjacent to the six-million acre Adirondack Park. Campus: 640 wooded acres. President: Anthony G. Collins. Programs of Study: 50+ in engineering, business, science, liberal arts, and health sciences. Degrees granted: Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Professional Studies, MBA, Master of Science, Master of Engineering, Ph.D., DPT Enrollment: 2,848 undergraduates and 482 graduate students from 41 states, 47 countries Faculty: 221 Faculty-Student Ratio: 15:1 Undergraduate Admission Profile: 34% in top 10% of high school class. Study Abroad & Coops: More than 33 study abroad programs in 16 countries; co-ops opportunities. Athletics: Division I ice hockey (men’s and women’s); 10 Division III sports. Extracurricular: More than 100 clubs and professional societies 275 intramural teams, 16 competitive design teams Fraternities: Five national; Four local Sororities: Three national Living Alumni: 36,719

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t. Lawrence County is a place where you find the best that America has to offer – a place where farmers and professors work near each other with admiration and respect, a place where Fortune 500 companies operate alongside artisans and mom and pop shops, a place that is rugged and wild, yet cosmopolitan and “home” to people from 40 different countries. St. Lawrence County is the largest geographical county east of the Mississippi, yet there are only 110,000 residents. The forests and parks teem with wildlife from bear to fish, moose to white-tailed deer. There are thousands of acres of woods and over 200 ponds, lakes and rivers. The mighty St. Lawrence connects the country to Canadian neighbors, just minutes away. St. Lawrence County is an educational community and boasts six colleges and Universities, which turn out future leaders of the country’s businesses and communities. As for recreation, St. Lawrence County has it all: camping, fishing, boating, biking, hiking, canoeing, swimming, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, and fairs and festivals of all kinds. Mostly, what you’ll find on your visit to St. Lawrence County is an unhurried atmosphere where people will gladly take a moment to pass the time of day and tell you stories of life in Border Country. You will find a place that’s safe to visit, with wide open spaces and a strong regard for Market Street, Potsdam those who live, work and visit here. St. Lawrence County, the North Coast of America, entices both rugged adventurers and those just content to sit back and watch. Stretching from the St. Lawrence River, to deep into the famed Adirondack Park with majestic forests and lakes, St. Lawrence County encompasses 2,840 square miles. It’s New York’s largest county. There’s plenty of room for all. No matter what the season, there is never a limit to the adventures you’ll find in St. Lawrence County.

the colleges and universities in the area. Potsdam is home of Clarkson University, a 4-year private institution specializing in technology and Potsdam College, a 4-year Liberal Arts College, which is part of the State University of New York. Art galleries, visiting theatre and dance companies, opera and classical musical concerts based at the schools draw performance artists from around the world. Contemporary musical acts find they receive a particularly warm reception in Potsdam. Performances in the area have included Trisha Yearwood, The Irish Rovers, The Indigo Girls and Sugar Ray. These are in addition to a host of local talent that entertains the community in frequent open-air concerts and festivals in the summer months. Visitors can sample a variety of cuisines any time of the year from one of Potsdam’s 29 eateries. In any season, outdoor enthusiasts will feel right at home in Potsdam. The Racquette River provides the perfect setting for canoeing, kayaking, or swimming. The surrounding woods are ideal for an afternoon of hiking and exploration or, even, a fall picnic. In the winter, the gentle slopes provide a great location for cross-country skiers and sledding fans alike. Nothing beats the view from Potsdam, no matter what the season is. Discover Potsdam and see what you have been missing.

POTSDAM Known as the “cultural and educational center of St. Lawrence County,” Potsdam is a warm and neighborly community, rich in heritage and tradition while involved in exploration of cutting-edge technology. Victorian-style architecture is blended with modern educational and scientific centers, cultural and shopping facilities, restaurants, medical facilities, airport and accommodations. Several of the town’s earliest homes and public buildings were constructed of Potsdam sandstone, which was so abundant at the time the town was first explored for permanent settlement. Fans of the arts have a wealth of resources available, enriched by

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egarded by many as among the finest college hockey facilities in the country, Cheel Arena has proved to be an ideal venue in which to watch some of the best men's and women’s hockey that the NCAA has to offer. “Cheel Arena is one of the showcase hockey arenas in the nation, and a great tribute to all the players, coaches and staff at Clarkson University and the ECAC,” stated former ECAC Commissioner Clayton Chapman. The Campus Center provides the University with a 110,000-square-foot student center and multipurpose arena. A major gift commitment from Helen Snell Cheel resulted in the building being called the Cheel Campus Center. The arena features a regulation ice surface measuring 85' x 200' and approximately 3,000 individual backed seats, reached from sloping aisles. Every seat offers unobstructed sight lines to the ice surface. The arena will accommodate an additional 400-900 spectators in the standingroom areas along its perimeter. Five spacious carpeted dressing rooms for Clarkson's women's and men's teams, and visiting teams, plus a complete training room, a fully equipped weight room, players lounge, and coaches’ office, as well as storage and skate-sharpening areas, are included in the lower level of the complex. The upper level features a hospitality suite that overlooks the arena surface from center-ice. Highlighting the arena high above center-ice is a Fairplay board 14’by 13’-- 48” by 60 “ full color for animations, pictures, and message center. In addition to hosting some of the finest hockey in the Northeast, the multipurpose arena also serves the entire Clarkson community, which can congregate in one place for convocations, commencement, concerts, and other events.. This facility is located on the hill campus, adjacent to the CAMP Building, Snell Field and the indoor Recreation Center. Final design of the Campus Center was conducted by Daniel F. Tully Associates Inc. of Boston. Construction began June 15, 1990, and was completed in late August 1991.

In their first eight seasons as an NCAA Division I program, the Clarkson women have posted 89 wins on their home ice. “They did everything right—the whole thing,” exclaimed Len Ceglarski, former Clarkson and Boston College head coach, at Cheel’s opening. “They really needed a student union and a new rink, and this is going to be a great tool for them. It is just a beautiful building.”

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The first husband-wife head coaching combination in college hockey, Shannon and Matt Desrosiers begin their fourth year guiding the Clarkson Women's Hockey program in 2010-11.

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n April 8, 2008, Clarkson University Women's Hockey ushered in a new era with the appointment of Shannon and Matt Desrosiers as the new co-head coaches of the Golden Knights Women’s Hockey team. The first three seasons for the co-head coaches has been a success as the Desrosiers have guided the Green and Gold to a 53-43-17 record. In a rebuilding season last year, Clarkson came on strong in the 2011 portion of the schedule and was one of the hottest teams in ECAC Hockey down the stretch with a 7-3-3 mark to close out the regular season. In 2009-10, the Knights enjoyed their best season ever in the program's history, as the co-head coaches established Clarkson among the elite in the NCAA. Ranked throughout the season among the Top 10 in the national polls, the Knights skated to a 23-12-5 overall record and a second-place finish in ECAC Hockey with a 14-5-3 league mark. Clarkson advanced to its first ECAC Hockey Tournament Championship game and qualified for its first NCAA Tournament. The Knights just missed out on postseason glory, falling in overtime in the league title game and coming up one goal short in the extra session in the NCAA Quarterfinals. Shannon Desrosiers has been with Clarkson's Division I program since its first season in 2003-04, serving as an assistant coach for the first five years. Matt Desrosiers was an assistant coach for the Knights two seasons (2006-08). "We are very fortunate to have two capable people in Shannon and Matt heading our program," stated Clarkson Athletic Director Steve Yianoukos. "Shannon and Matt are passionate about the game and coaching, and communicate very well with our players. I am confident Clarkson Women's Hockey will achieve great success under Shannon and Matt's guidance." A top forward for St. Lawrence from 1999-2003, Shannon Desrosiers has been a significant factor in the Knights emergence as one of the top teams in ECAC Hockey and a respected program in the NCAA. Shannon has been very instrumental in bringing to the University some of the top recruits in the country. Shannon Desrosiers handles the majority of the off-ice aspects such as recruiting and public relations. No stranger to ECAC Hockey or the North Country having played at St. Lawrence, Matt Desrosiers joined the college coaching ranks after playing professional hockey for several years. He has an exceptional hockey background, both in college and professionally, and is very familiar with ECAC Hockey. Matt Desrosiers focuses on on-ice systems and also is strongly involved with recruiting. Shannon Desrosiers finished her collegiate career as the Saints’ fourth all-time leading scorer, amassing 123 points on 44 goals and 79 assists through 138 games. Serving as a captain in her senior campaign, the Fernie, British Columbia native tied for the team lead in points and assists, recording 38 points on 13 goals and 25 assists through 35 games. She was named St. Lawrence’s Best Defensive Player her senior season. Shannon is an avid runner who has placed among elite runners in several marathons, including the Boston Marathon. She has also taken up the sport of triathalon and competed in several Ironman races. She was the top amateur female competitor and ninth female overall to finish the 2010 Ironman Canada. Shannon participated in the 2010 Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii. A four-year standout on defense at St. Lawrence from 1997-2001, Matt Desrosiers helped the Saints reach the Frozen Four as a junior and gained ECAC and All-America honors as a senior. The Fort Erie, Ontario native was also named an ECAC Robbins Scholar Athlete of the Year in 2001. Matt Desrosiers played five years of professional hockey after graduating from St. Lawrence in 2001. He played in two ECHL AllStar games (2002, 2003) representing the Dayton Bombers and the South Carolina Stingrays. He played two seasons in the CHL and helped lead the Colorado Eagles to the 2005 President’s Cup Championship.

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Carlee Eusepi was a three-time ECAC Hockey All-Star and was named the league's Best-Defensive Defenseman in 2009-10.

MATT KELLY • ASSISTANT COACH

CARLEE EUSEPI • VOLUNTEER COACH

In his fourth year as an assistant coach with the Knights, Matt Kelly joined the Clarkson staff after spending the 200708 campaign on the women’s hockey coaching staff at Quinnipiac University. Prior to that, he started his coaching career at Wayne State University in Detroit where he was the volunteer assistant coach during the 2006-2007 season. Kelly's responsibilities included designing and implementing a comprehensive goaltending practice as well as providing one-on-one goalie specific training. He is also responsible for all aspects of video breakdown and analysis as well as maintaining academic support for the team. “We feel fortunate to have a quality person like Matt on our staff here at Clarkson,” stated Matt Desrosiers. “Although his expertise is at the goaltending position, Matt adds much more to our program. He is hard working, enthusiastic, and extremely passionate about the game of hockey. We are confident that Matt will continue to help the Clarkson Women’s Hockey program as we strive to be among the best teams in the country.” Kelly was a four-year member of the Wayne State men's hockey team as a goaltender, serving as a captain during his senior campaign in 2005-2006. That season, Kelly received College Hockey America All-Conference Second Team honors as well as winning the CHA/Easton Three Star Award and being named Wayne State's Most Valuable Player. Kelly also was named to the CHA All-Academic Team, and the 2004 CHA All-Tournament Team. Kelly holds the Wayne State single-season marks for goals against average (2.54) and save percentage (.922). He played three years of Junior A hockey in the United States Hockey League prior to his collegiate career, splitting time between the Cedar Rapids Roughriders (1999-2000 and 2000-01) and the Topeka Scarecrows (2001-02). A native of Hull, Massachusetts, Kelly graduated from Wayne State in 2007 with a bachelor's degree in media arts and studies. Kelly and his wife, Brooke, make their home in the Potsdam area with their young son, Colton.

Regarded by many as the best defenseman ever for the Clarkson Women’s Hockey program, Carlee Eusepi will serve for a second year as a volunteer coach for the Golden Knights this season as she works toward her MBA at the University. Eusepi was a stalwart defenseman and an offensive force from the blueline for four season at Clarkson from 2006-10. The Oakville ONT native was a three-time ECAC Hockey All-Star, and was selected the league’s Best-Defensive-Defenseman in 2009-10. She amassed 73 career points on 18 goals and 55 assists through 147 games and a +58 plus/minus rating. Eusepi served as an assistant captain as the Green and Gold enjoyed their best season ever, posting a 23-12-5 overall record and a second-place showing in ECAC Hockey with a 14-5-3 league. She played a key role as Clarkson advanced to the ECAC Championship Tournament for the second time in the program’s history and made its first ever NCAA Tournament appearance. The Knights compiled an 81-50-19 overall record, including a 47-29-12 league mark, through her four years, qualified for the ECAC playoffs each season, hosting two home quarterfinal playoff series and a league semifinal game, defeating Harvard 3-2 in 2010. Eusepi skated for the ECAC Hockey All-Star Team that played the 2010 U.S. Women's National Team.

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Gabrielle Kosziwka is one of six seniors among 16 letterwinners on the 2011-12 Clarkson roster.

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2011-12 CLARKSON OUTLOOK

W

hen a team loses its all-time leading goal scorer, a recordsetting goaltender and the program’s leader in career games played to graduation there is usually significant cause for concern about the upcoming season. While the Clarkson University Women’s Hockey team will miss the contributions of the departed seniors, there is a sense among the coaching staff that 2011-12 could be a banner year for the Golden Knights. With a strong mix of veteran experience and youthful talent, Clarkson co-Head Coaches Matt and Shannon Desrosiers feel that the Green and Gold have the potential to challenge for the top spot in ECAC Hockey and make a return to the NCAA Tournament after a one-year absence. The Knights posted a 14-17-6 overall record in 2010-11, but buoyed by the play of an emerging freshman class, Clarkson was a formidable foe in the second half. The Knights, who finished sixth in the league standings with a 10-8-4 mark, went 7-3-3 to close out the regular season. Clarkson then took ninth-ranked Dartmouth to the limit in the ECAC playoffs in Hanover, NH before falling in overtime in the series deciding third game. Sixteen letterwinners return, led by six seniors who have enjoyed great success at Clarkson. The Class of 2012 has compiled 53 wins, made three postseason appearances, and has skated in an ECAC Championship game and the NCAA playoffs through their first three years in Potsdam. The Desrosiers and assistant coach Matt Kelly have also brought in a highly-touted freshman class that shows the promise of last year’s outstanding rookie crop. The 2011-12 campaign marks the ninth season of Division I Women’s Hockey at Clarkson and one of the most challenging slates the Knights have ever faced.The Green and Gold will play six games against teams that made the NCAA Tournament, including four match-ups against 2011 Frozen Four participants, and a total of eight contests against national powerhouse squads that ended last season ranked in the final USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine poll.

After an exhibition contest in Potsdam against Whitby-PWHL on September 24, the 34-game regular season officially opens at the University of Vermont on September 30. Clarkson plays a non-conference game at St. Lawrence on October 1 in the first of three meetings against its arch-rival this season. The Knights’ home slate in Potsdam begins the following weekend, when the Green and Gold host Hockey East foes Providence College and UCONN in the first of 15 regular-season games at Cheel Arena. Clarkson, which has qualified for ECAC Hockey postseason play in each of its first seven years in the highly competitive conference, opens the 22-game league campaign hosting conference powers Dartmouth and Harvard on October 28-29. GOALTENDER: After posting a school-record 49 wins through a stellar four-year career, Lauren Dahm will be missed in the Clarkson crease, but the Knights remain solid between the pipes with the return of sophomore Eric Howe (Ottawa, ONT). An All-ECAC Rookie Team selection last year, Howe earned the Green and Gold’s starting nod in the season’s second half, starting 13 of the final 14 games. She played in 25 games overall, including 22 starts, and posted a 10-7-5 record, including two shutouts, on a .928 save percentage and a 1.87 goals against average. Howe participated in Canada’s National Women’s Under-22/ Development Team camp in August. Providing depth will be freshmen Jenna Boss (Little Canada, MN) and Emily Horn (Hamilton, ONT), who both bring solid credentials from their junior teams. Boss was a 2010 All-Conference selection as well as a 2010 All State Honorable Mention with the Roseville Raiders in Minnesota. Horn played last season for the Brampton Jr Thunder (PWHL).

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Katelyn Ptolemy has been a steady force on the blueline for the Knights over the past three years.

Erica Howe

DEFENSE: With four veterans returning and three freshmen looking for action, there will be plenty of competition for playing time on the Knights’ blueline. Seniors Danielle Boudreau (Whitby, ONT) and Katelyn Ptolemy (Dinsmore, SASK) have been steady performers for the Green and Gold throughout their careers and will provide veteran leadership.

An unselfish team player, Boudreau was the recipient of Clarkson’s 2011 Ron Frazer Award, which is presented to a player who has proven to elevate her game in key situations. She played in all 37 games and recorded eight points, including seven assists. Ptolemy has been a mainstay on defense since her rookie campaign, and provides Clarkson with valuable experience having skated in 111 career games on the Knights’ blueline along with logging ample time with Canada’s national team program. She was a productive force offensively from the back end last year with 11 points (2-9). In her second year with the Knights last winter, Hailey Wood (Lethbridge, ALB) really came into her own and should enjoy a standout junior campaign. Last season, Wood led the Knights in plus/minus with a

d recorded d d ffour goals l and d eight i ht as+11 and sists through 33 games. Sophomore Vanessa Plante (Riviere-du-Loup, QUE) was a solid contributor last year as Clarkson’s lone rookie defenseman. She played in 33 games and recorded three assists along with a +3 plus/minus rating. Freshmen Taylor Gedig (Kelowna, BC), Daniella Matteucci (Fruitvale, BC) and Jennifer Shields (Ingersoll, ONT) will push for playing time and help fill the void left by the graduation of Courtney Olson. Gedig played last season for the Warner Hockey School where she was the assistant captain and a JWHL First-Team AllStar. Matteucci was a key performer for the 2011 Canadian Esso Cup Champion Notre Dame Hounds and was named the 2011 Female Athlete of the Year at Notre Dame. Gedig and Matteucci both skated with Team BC in the 2010 Canadian U-18 Nationals and in the 2011 Canada Winter Games. Shields skated last year for the Bluewater Jr. Hawks. She also has experience in the Canada National program as a 2010 and 2011 U-18 team member. She won a silver medal at the 2011 Canada Winter Games as a member of Team Ontario. FORWARD: The Knights take a hit up front with the loss of Melissa Waldie, who scored a school-record 67 career goals along with 121 points, but with seven of last year’s top eight scorers returning, Clarkson should be able to put up significant numbers offensively. Seniors Juana Baribeau (Amos, QUE), Kali Gillanders (Kyle, SASK) and Gabrielle Kosziwka (Limehouse, ONT) and Brittany Mulligan (London, ONT) have been steady contributors offensively through three seasons and should enjoy solid campaigns in their final year of eligibility. Baribeau has been a clutch perform-

Danielle Boudreau

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Jamie Lee Rattray is Clarkson's top returning scorer, recording 25 points and 18 assists as a freshman in 2010-11.

Golden Knights er for the Green and Gold and is next in line to break the Century Mark. Through 113 career games, she has tallied 91 points (46-45) and netted nine power-play goals and eight game-winners along with two shorthanded markers. Baribeau scored 21 points (10-11) last season. Gillanders is a solid two-way player who played the majority of last season on defense. She skated in all 37 games recording three goals and three assists. Gillanders was among the Golden Knights’ team leaders in plus/minus at +5, and netted a power-play marker, a shorthanded tally and a gamewinner. A hard-working, dedicated forward for the Knights who has come through with several timely goals during her career, Kosziwka has played in 113 games recording 24 goals and 15 assists. She tallied 12 points and five goals through 37 games Kali Gillanders last year. Mulligan is a strong power forward who tallied 11 points on four goals and seven assists. She has played in 94 career games posting 25 points (11-14). After adjusting to the faster pace of the collegiate game as a freshman, junior Danielle Skirrow (Trenton, ONT) broke out as one of the Knights’ best forwards in 2010-11. She finished with 11 goals (second most on the team) and 16 points through 37 games after scoring just once in 2009-10. The forwards in Clarkson’s Class of 2014 really emerge in the second half of last season and played a pivotal role in the Knights’ late season success, accounting for 35% of the team’s offense. Sophomore Jamie Lee Rattray (Kanata, ONT) led the Green and Gold in scoring with 25 points, including a team-high 18 assists, and posted a +5 plus/minus rating. Named Clarkson’s Rookie of the Year and an All-ECAC Hockey Rookie Team selection, sophomore Carly Mercer (Exeter, ONT) tied for second on Clarkson in scoring with 24 points with eight goals and 16 assists, and posted a +5 plus/minus rating. Both Rattray and Mercer participated in Canada’s National Women’s Under-22/Development Team camp in August. Classmate Brittany Styner (Calgary, ALB) picked up her play late last season and finished with three goals and nine assists. By skating in all 37 games, sophomores Vanessa Gagnon (St. Constant, QUE), Amanda Lucky (Kanata, ONT) and Shelby Nisbet (Wiseton, SASK) gained valuable experience last season and will help fill the roles left by the graduation of Daris Tendler (record-holder for career games played at 150) and Caitlin Oleksa. The lone rookie up front for the Knights this season, Christine Lambert (Thetford Mines, QUE) will push for playing time after a strong season with the Ontario Hockey Academy (OHA) Mavericks in 2010-11. She also skated with the Canadian U-18 team in 2009.

Brittany Mulligan

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Juana Baribeau is closing in on the Centruy mark with 91 career points on 46 goals and 45 assists through 113 career games.

2010-11 CLARKSON STATISTICS (returning players in CAPS)

Overall Record 14-17-6, ECAC Hockey Record: 10-8-4 (6th)

ECAC NAME

GP

GLS

AST

PTS

P/M

+/-

PPG

26

J. RATTRY, Fr., F

37

7

18

25

13/26

+5

2

0

2

6

9

23

M. Waldie, Sr., F

37

15

9

24

4/8

+5

5

0

3

11

7

15

C. MERCER, Fr., F

37

8

16

24

5/10

+5

1

0

1

6

14

20

37

8

16

24

25

J. BARIBEAU, Jr., F

37

10

11

21

13/26

+4

2

1

3

5

8

13

113

46

45

91

28

D. SKIRROW, So., F

37

11

5

16

6/12

+7

0

0

3

6

4

10

76

12

11

23

7

G. KOSZIWKA, Jr., F

37

5

7

12

9/18

+1

0

0

0

2

3

5

113

14

15

29

9

H. WOOD, So., D

33

4

8

12

13/26

+11

3

0

0

4

7

11

73

5

14

19

24

B. STYNER, Fr., F

37

3

9

12

12/24

-1

1

0

0

2

5

7

37

3

9

12

14

B. MULLIGAN, Jr., F

37

4

7

11

20/40

-1

0

1

1

3

2

5

94

11

14

25

4

K. PTOLEMY, Jr., D

35

2

9

11

14/28

-1

0

0

0

1

7

8

111

2

19

21

16

D. Tendler, Sr., F

37

2

6

8

8/16

+4

0

0

0

1

4

5

150

12

27

39

10

D. BOUDREAU, Jr., D

37

1

7

8

8/16

E

1

0

0

1

5

6

113

7

14

21

19

K. GILLANDERS, Jr., F

37

3

3

6

20/40

+5

1

1

1

1

3

4

109

10

17

27

21

V. GAGNON, Fr., F

37

1

2

3

8/16

-6

0

0

0

1

2

3

37

1

2

3

11

V. PLANTE, Fr., D

33

0

3

3

13/26

+3

0

0

0

0

2

2

33

0

3

3

13

S. NISBET, Fr., F

37

0

1

1

6/23

-8

0

0

0

0

1

1

37

0

1

1

29

A. LUCKY, Fr., F

37

0

1

1

1/2

-4

0

0

0

0

0

0

37

0

1

1

18

C. Olson, Sr., D

14

0

0

0

8/16

+3

0

0

0

0

0

0

121

1

7

8

17

C. Oleksa, Sr., F

32

0

0

0

0/0

E

0

0

0

0

0

0

127

1

3

4

Bench

SHG GWG

GLS

CAREER

#

AST PTS

GP

GLS AST PTS

15

37

7

18

25

18

149

67

54

121

2/4

CLARKSON

37

76

122

198

183/377

16

3

14

50

83

133

Opponent

37

85

123

208

148/307

32

2

17

46

70

116

GOALTENDER 27 E. HOWE, Fr. 35 L. Dahm, Sr. Empty Net CLARKSON Opponent

GMS 25 15 16 37 37

MIN PLAY 1440:21 834:45 14:16 2289:22 2289:22

SHTS 629 448 4 1081 1084

SVS 584 412

SV% .928 .920

GAA 1.87 2.59

W-L-T 10-7-5 4-10-1

SHO 2 1

996 1008

GLS 45 36 4 85 76

.921 .930

2.23 1.99

14-17-6 17-14-6

3 5

ECAC GOAL 27 E. HOWE, Fr. 35 L. Dahm, Sr. CLARKSON Opponent

GMS 17 5 22 22

MIN PLAY 1055:26 297:09 1360:45 1360:45

SHTS 461 160 623 657

SVS 430 147 577 607

GLS 31 13 46 50

SV% .933 .919 .926 .924

GAA 1.76 2.62 2.03 2.20

W-L-T 9-4-4 1-4-0 10-8-4 8-10-4

SHO 2 0 2 2

SCORING by CLASS

GAMES GLS

ASST

PTS

Seniors (4)

121

17

15

32

% of overall Scoring .16

Juniors (6)

220

25

44

69

.35

Sophomores (2)

71

15

13

28

.14

Freshmen (7)

253

19

50

69

.35

665

76

122

198

1.00

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Gms 25 97

CAREER Saves Gls W-L-T Sho 584 45 10-7-5 2 2093 161 49-35-12 20

GLS 16 for 32 for

SCORE by PERIODS 1 2 CLARKSON 26 20 Opponent 15 37

3 27 29

ATT % 141 11.3 177 18.1

ot 3 4

TOTAL 76 85

2011-12 Clarkson Women's Hockey


Carly Mercer was named Clarkson's Rookie of the Year in 2010-11.

Golden Knights

2010-11 SEASON RESULTS—Overall Record 14-17-6, ECAC Hockey Record: 10-8-4 (6th) ATT

CU

OPP

Clarkson Saves

Clarkson Goal Scorers - Gamewinner in CAPS STYNER (2), Kosziwka, Skirrow

Sept. 24

W(H)

225

4

BLUEWATER (exh.)

0

DAHM 5, Neumann 3, Howe 2

Oct. 1

L(H)

908

0

UNIV. MINNESOTA

5

DAHM 23, Howe 9

Oct. 2

L(H)

435

0

UNIV. MINNESOTA

3

DAHM 46 Baribeau

Oct. 9

L(A)

165

1

Univ. Connecticut

3

DAHM 31

Oct. 10

L(A)

225

0

Providence

5

DAHM 7/Howe 6

Oct. 15

T(H)

422

1

ST. LAWRENCE

Oct. 16

W(A)

543

3

Oct. 22

L(A)

566

1

Oct. 23

L(A)

232

2

Boston University

Oct. 29

W(H)

316

3

*UNION

0

HOWE 16

MERCER, Boudreau, Skirrow

Oct. 30

W(H)

153

2

*RENSSELAER

1

DAHM 20

Wood, SKIRROW

Nov. 5

W(A)

275

3

Syracuse

2

DAHM 25

Waldie, Baribeau, GILLANDERS

Nov. 12

L(H)

225

1

SYRACUSE

3

DAHM 11, Howe 7

Tendler

Nov. 16

W(H)

380

4

*ST. LAWRENCE

1

HOWE 27

Mulligan (2), WALDIE, Gillanders

Nov. 19

T(A)

313

1

*Brown

1ot

HOWE 21

Waldie

Nov. 20

L(A)

127

2

*Yale

3ot

HOWE 27

Rattray, Wood

Nov. 27

T(H)

276

1

VERMONT

1ot

HOWE19

Ptolemy

Nov. 28

W(H)

108

4

VERMONT

0

DAHM 25

SKIRROW, Mercer, Waldie, Baribeau

Dec. 3

L(A)

173

2

*Colgate

5

DAHM 29

Waldie (2)

Dec. 4

L(A)

2,326

0

*Cornell

3

HOWE 27

Jan. 7

L(H)

236

0

*PRINCETON

2

HOWE 23

Jan. 8

L(H)

222

2

*QUINNIPIAC

3ot

DAHM 40

Waldie, Gagnon

Jan. 14

W(A)

917

3

*Dartmouth

2ot

HOWE 33

Kosziwka, Mercer, BARIBEAU

Jan. 15

L(A)

508

2

*Harvard

3

DAHM 28

Mercer, Rattray

Jan. 21

W(H)

174

2

*YALE

Jan. 22

W(H)

216

5

*BROWN

Jan. 28

W(A)

581

3

*Quinnipiac

Jan. 29

W(A)

115

3

*Princeton

2

HOWE 20

Baribeau, Mercer, WALDIE

Feb. 4

T(H)

234

3

*CORNELL

3ot

HOWE 27

Ptolemy, Rattray, Styner

Feb. 5

T(H)

305

2

*COLGATE

2ot

HOWE 38

Styner, Mercer

Feb. 11

T(H)

131

3

*HARVARD

3ot

HOWE 33

Wood, Rattray, Waldie

Feb. 12

L(H)

211

1

*DARTMOUTH

3

DAHM 30

Mercer

Feb. 15

L(A)

282

1

*St. Lawrence

2ot

HOWE 35

Wood

Feb. 18

W(A)

200

2

*Rensselaer

1

HOWE 18

Baribeau, RATTRAY

Feb. 19

W(A)

99

4

*Union

0

HOWE 20

BARIBEAU 2, Waldie, Skirrow

Feb. 25

W(A)

412

4

%Dartmouth

1

HOWE 24

Styner, SKIRROW, Kosziwka, Gillanders

Feb. 26

L(A)

640

2

%Dartmouth

4

HOWE 24

Kosziwka, Baribeau

Feb. 27

L(A)

577

3

%Dartmouth

4ot

HOWE 38

Mercer, Mulligan, Rattray

1ot

DAHM 27

Skirrow

St. Lawrence

2

DAHM 22

Skirrow, Waldie, BARIBEAU

Univ. New Hampshire

2

HOWE 27

Waldie

3

DAHM 48

Kosziwka, Skirrow

1ot

HOWE 23

Tendler, WALDIE

3

HOWE 16

Kosziwka, Waldie (2), RATTRAY, Skirrow

2ot

HOWE 26

Skirrow (2), MULLIGAN

*ECAC Hockey, %ECAC Quarterfinals

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Hailey Wood posted a team-best +11 plus/minus rating in 2010-11.

2010-11 GAME-by-GAME STATISTICS CU Power Play Score

PPG

Att

CU Penalty Kill %

Kills

CU

Att

%

Pen

OPP Min

Pen

CU

Min

OPP

Date

Opponent

Shots

Oct. 1

UNIV. MINNESOTA

L(H) 5-0

0

of

8

0.00

6

of

7

0.86

7

14

8

16

23

37

Oct. 2

UNIV. MINNESOTA

L(H) 3-0

0

of

6

0.00

7

of

9

0.78

10

20

8

16

18

49

Oct. 9

Univ. Connecticut

L(A) 3-1

0

of

3

0.00

2

of

3

0.67

3

6

3

6

35

34

Oct. 10

Providence

L(A) 5-0

0

of

5

0.00

3

of

5

0.60

5

10

5

10

35

18

Oct. 15

ST. LAWRENCE

T(H) 1-1ot

0

of

6

0.00

5

of

6

0.83

6

12

6

12

31

28

Oct. 16

St. Lawrence

W(H) 3-2

1

of

5

0.20

2

of

3

0.67

3

6

5

10

36

24

Oct. 22

Univ. New Hampshire

L(A) 2-1

1

of

3

0.33

4

of

5

0.80

5

21

3

6

15

29

Oct. 23

Boston University

L(A) 3-2

0

of

5

0.00

3

of

4

0.75

4

8

5

10

17

51

Oct. 29

*UNION

W(H) 3-0

1

of

1

1.00

3

of

3

1.00

3

6

1

2

44

16

Oct. 30

*RENSSELAER

W(H) 2-1

1

of

4

0.25

5

of

6

0.83

6

12

4

8

32

21

Nov. 5

Syracuse

W(A) 3-2

1

of

4

0.25

3

of

4

0.75

4

8

4

8

24

27

Nov. 12

SYRACUSE

L(H) 3-1

0

of

7

0.00

6

of

6

1.00

6

12

7

14

37

21

Nov. 16

*ST. LAWRENCE

W(H) 4-1

0

of

4

0.00

4

of

5

0.80

5

10

4

8

24

28

Nov. 19

*Brown

T(A) 1-1ot

0

of

2

0.00

3

of

3

1.00

4

8

3

6

37

22

Nov. 20

*Yale

L(A) 3-2ot

1

of

2

0.50

4

of

5

0.80

5

10

2

4

38

30

Nov. 27

UNIV. VERMONT

T(H) 1-1ot

0

of

3

0.00

6

of

6

1.00

8

16

5

10

43

20

Nov. 28

UNIV. VERMONT

W(H) 4-0

1

of

2

0.50

5

of

5

1.00

5

10

2

4

29

25

Dec. 3

*Colgate

L(A) 5-2

0

of

2

0.00

3

of

4

0.75

4

8

2

4

15

34

Dec. 4

*Cornell

L(A) 3-0

0

of

5

0.00

3

of

4

0.75

4

8

5

10

22

30

Jan. 7

*PRINCETON

L(H) 2-0

0

of

3

0.00

1

of

2

0.50

3

6

3

6

18

25

Jan. 8

*QUINNIPIAC

L(H) 3-2ot

0

of

2

0.00

5

of

5

1.00

5

10

2

4

32

43

Jan. 14

*Dartmouth

W(A) 3-2ot

0

of

3

0.00

4

of

6

0.67

6

12

3

6

29

35

Jan. 15

*Harvard

L(A) 3-2

1

of

4

0.25

5

of

6

0.83

6

12

4

8

16

31

Jan. 21

*YALE

Jan. 22

*BROWN

Jan. 28

*Quinnipiac

W(A) 3-2ot

0

of

2

0.00

2

of

3

0.67

3

6

2

4

33

28

Jan. 29

*Princeton

W(A) 3-2

1

of

7

0.14

6

of

7

0.86

7

14

7

14

44

22

Feb. 4

*CORNELL

T(H) 3-3ot

0

of

2

0.00

3

of

5

0.60

5

10

2

4

27

30

Feb. 5

*COLGATE

T(H) 2-2ot

0

of

4

0.00

3

of

4

0.75

4

8

4

8

41

40

Feb. 11

*HARVARD

T(H) 3-3ot

1

of

4

0.25

3

of

3

1.00

3

6

4

8

21

36

Feb. 12

*DARTMOUTH

L(H) 3-1

0

of

4

0.00

6

of

6

1.00

6

12

4

8

20

33

Feb. 15

*St. Lawrence

L(A) 2-1ot

0

of

3

0.00

3

of

3

1.00

3

6

3

6

31

37

Feb. 18

*Rensselaer

W(A) 2-1

1

of

6

0.17

3

of

4

0.75

4

8

6

12

27

19

Feb. 19

*Union

W(A) 4-0

1

of

6

0.17

5

of

5

1.00

5

10

6

12

32

20

Feb. 25

%Dartmouth

W(A) 4-1

2

of

3

0.67

5

of

5

1.00

5

10

3

6

26

25

Feb. 26

%Dartmouth

L(A) 4-2

0

of

3

0.00

3

of

6

0.50

6

12

3

6

26

28

Feb. 27

%Dartmouth

L(A) 4-3ot

0

of

3

0.00

6

of

7

0.86

7

14

4

19

32

42

141

0.11

177

0.82

183

377

148

307

1084

1081

3

6

5

10

37

10

W(H) 2-1ot

0

of

3

0.00

4

of

4

1.00

4

8

3

6

39

24

W(H) 5-3

2

of

2

1.00

1

of

3

0.33

4

8

3

6

35

19

TOTALS Sept. 24

BLUEWATER (exh.)

When CU Scored First: When Opponent Scored First: When Leading After the First: When Trailing After the First: When Tied After the First: When Leading After the Second: When Trailing After the Second: When Tied After the Second:

16 W(H) 4-0

8-7-3 6-10-3 7-5-2 1-4-3 6-8-1 10-2-1 2-13-0 2-2-5

0

of of

5

0.00

145 of 3

of

3

When Outshooting Opponents: When Outshot By Opponents: When Shots Are Equal: Longest Winning Streak: Longest Unbeaten Streak: Longest Losing Streak: Longest Winless Streak

1.00

11-5-4 3-12-2 0-0-0

4 games - (1/21-1/29) 7 games (4-0-3) - (1/21-2/11) 4 games - (twice) 5 games - (twice)

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October Games: November Games: December Games: January Games: February Games:

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

2011-12 Clarkson Women's Hockey


Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Rookie team, Erica Howe started 13 of the Knights' final 14 games last season.

Golden Knights

2010-11 CLARKSON GOALTENDING Game-by-Game b G Date

Opponent

Score

CU Goaltender MINS

Saves

Sv%

GA

GAA

W

L

T

PPG

SHG

P/M

PTS

Oct. 1

MINNESOTA

L(H) 5-0

DAHM

40

23

0.852

4

6.00

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

Howe

20

9

0.900

1

3.00

0

0

0

0

L(H) 3-0

DAHM

59.56

46

0.939

3

3.02

0

2

0

2

0

0

0

Oct. 2

MINNESOTA

Oct. 9

Connecticut

L(A) 3-1

DAHM

59.33

31

0.939

2

2.02

0

3

0

1

0

0

0

Oct. 10

Providence

L(A) 5-0

DAHM

33.13

7

0.700

3

5.43

0

4

0

2

0

0

0

Howe

26.47

6

0.750

2

4.53

Oct. 15

ST. LAWRENCE

T(H) 1-1ot

DAHM

64.58

27

0.964

1

0.93

0

4

1

1

0

0

0

Oct. 16

St. Lawrence

W(A) 3-2

DAHM

60

22

0.917

2

2.00

1

4

1

1

0

0

0

Oct. 22

New Hampshire

L(A) 2-1

HOWE

58.5

27

0.931

2

2.05

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

Oct. 23

Boston University

L(A) 3-2

DAHM

59.56

48

0.941

3

3.02

1

5

1

1

0

0

0

Oct. 29

*UNION

W(H) 3-0

HOWE

60

16

1.000

0

0.00

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

Oct. 30

*RENSSELAER

W(H) 2-1

DAHM

59.53

20

0.952

1

1.01

2

5

1

1

0

0

0

Nov. 5

Syracuse

W(A) 3-2

DAHM

60

25

0.926

2

2.00

3

5

1

1

0

0

0

Nov. 12

SYRACUSE

L(H) 3-1

DAHM

40

11

0.786

3

4.50

3

6

1

0

0

0

0

Howe

20

7

1.000

0

0.00

Nov. 16

*ST. LAWRENCE

W(H) 4-1

HOWE

60

27

0.964

1

1.00

2

1

0

1

0

0

0

Nov. 19

*Brown

T(A) 1-1ot

HOWE

65

21

0.955

1

0.92

2

1

1

0

0

0

0

Nov. 20

*Yale

L(A) 3-2ot

HOWE

63.08

27

0.900

3

2.85

2

2

1

1

0

0

0

Nov. 27

VERMONT

T(H) 1-1ot

HOWE

64.49

19

0.950

1

0.93

2

2

2

0

0

0

0

Nov. 28

VERMONT

W(H) 4-0

DAHM

60

25

1.000

0

0.00

4

6

1

0

0

0

0

Dec. 3

*Colgate

L(A) 5-2

DAHM

58.39

29

0.879

4

4.11

4

7

1

1

0

0

0

Dec. 4

*Cornell

L(A) 3-0

HOWE

60

27

0.900

3

3.00

2

3

2

1

0

0

0

Jan. 7

*PRINCETON

L(A) 2-0

HOWE

58.28

23

0.920

2

2.06

2

4

2

1

0

0

0

Jan. 8

*QUINNIPIAC

L(H) 3-2ot

DAHM

63.25

40

0.930

3

2.85

4

8

1

0

0

0

0

Jan. 14

*Dartmouth

W(A) 3-2ot

HOWE

63.47

33

0.943

2

1.89

3

4

2

2

0

0

0

Jan. 15

*Harvard

L(A) 3-2

DAHM

56.59

28

0.903

3

3.18

4

9

1

1

0

0

0

Jan. 21

*YALE

W(H) 2-1ot

HOWE

63.25

23

0.958

1

0.95

4

4

2

0

0

0

0

Jan. 22

*BROWN

W(H) 5-3

HOWE

60

16

0.889

2

2.00

5

4

2

2

0

0

0

Jan. 28

*Quinnipiac

W(A) 3-2ot

HOWE

64.16

26

0.929

2

1.87

6

4

2

1

1

0

0

Jan. 29

*Princeton

W(A) 3-2

HOWE

60

20

0.909

2

2.00

7

4

2

1

0

0

0

Feb. 4

*CORNELL

T(H) 3-3ot

HOWE

64.56

27

0.900

3

2.79

7

4

3

2

0

0

0

Feb. 5

*COLGATE

T(H) 2-2ot

HOWE

65

38

0.950

2

1.85

7

4

4

1

0

0

0

Feb. 11

*HARVARD

T(H) 3-3ot

HOWE

65

33

0.917

3

2.77

7

4

5

0

0

0

0

Feb. 12

*DARTMOUTH

L(H) 3-1

DAHM

58.13

30

0.938

2

2.06

4

10

1

0

0

0

0

Feb. 15

*St. Lawrence

L(A) 2-1ot

HOWE

62.38

35

0.946

2

1.92

7

5

5

0

0

0

0

Feb. 18

*Rensselaer

W(A) 2-1

HOWE

59.48

18

0.947

1

1.01

8

5

5

1

0

0

0

Feb. 19

*Union

W(A) 4-0

HOWE

60

20

1.000

0

0.00

9

5

5

0

0

0

0

Feb. 25

%Dartmouth

W(A) 4-1

HOWE

60

24

0.960

1

1.00

10

5

5

0

0

0

0

Feb. 26

%Dartmouth

L(A) 4-2

HOWE

58.25

24

0.889

3

3.09

10

6

5

2

0

0

0

Feb. 27

%Dartmouth

L(A) 4--3ot

HOWE

78.37

38

0.905

4

3.06

10

7

5

1

1

0

0

Sept. 24

BLUEWATER (exh.)

W (H) 4-0

DAHM

20

5

1.000

0

0.00

-

-

-

Neumann

20

3

1.000

0

0.00

-

-

-

Howe

20

2

1.000

0

0.00

-

-

-

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*RENSSELAER

Syracuse

Oct. 30

Nov. 5

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*St. Lawrence

Feb. 15

Dartmouth (ECAC 1/4)

Dartmouth (ECAC 1/4)

BLUEWATER PWHIL (exh.)

Feb. 26

Feb. 27

Sept. 24

Feb. 25 Dartmouth (ECAC 1/4)

Feb. 19 *Union

Feb. 18 *Rensselaer

*DARTMOUTH

Feb. 12

Feb. 4

*COLGATE

*CORNELL

Jan. 29

*HARVARD

*Princeton

Jan. 28

Feb. 11

*Quinnipiac

Jan. 22

Feb. 5

*YALE

*BROWN

Jan. 21

*Dartmouth

*QUINNIPIAC

Jan. 8

*Harvard

*PRINCETON

Jan. 7

Jan. 15

*Cornell

Dec. 4

Jan. 14

*Colgate

Dec. 3

Nov. 28 UNIV. VERMONT

Nov. 27 UNIV. VERMONT

Nov. 20 *Yale

Nov. 19 *Brown

Nov. 16 *ST. LAWRENCE

Nov. 12 SYRACUSE

Boston University

*UNION

Univ. New Hampshire

Oct. 22

Oct. 29

St. Lawrence

Oct. 16

Oct. 23

Providence

ST. LAWRENCE

Oct. 15

Oct. 9

Oct. 10

UNIV. MINNESOTA

Univ. Connecticut

Oct. 2

Opponent

UNIV. MINNESOTA

Date

Oct. 1

%Gamewinner *Powerplay &Shorthanded ^Empty Net

W(H) 2-0

L(H) 5-0 L(H) 3-0 L(A) 3-1 L(A) 5-0 T(H) 1-1ot W(A) 3-2 L(A) 2-1 L(A) 3-2 W(H) 3-0 W(H) 2-1 W(A) 3-2 L(H) 3-1 W(H) 4-1 T(A) 1-1ot L(A) 3-2ot T(H) 1-1ot W(H) 4-0 L(A) 5-2 L(A) 3-0 L(H) 2-0 L(H) 3-2ot W(A) 3-2ot L(A) 3-2 W(H) 2-1ot W(H) 5-3 W(A) 3-2ot W(A) 3-2 T(H) 3-3ot T(H) 2-2ot T(H) 3-3ot L(H) 3-1 L(A) 2-1ot W(A) 2-1 W(A) 4-0 W(A) 4-1 L(A) 4-2 L(A) 4-3ot

Score

dnp

dnp dnp 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0

4

1-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-1

7

4-Ptolemy 7-Kosziwka 9-Wood 10-Boudreau 9

0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 *1-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-0 inj inj inj inj 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 *1-0 0-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 %1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1

10

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 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 inj inj inj inj 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

11

11-Plante 13-Nisbet 14-Mulligan 15-Mercer 13

0-1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 &2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 %1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0

14

0-2

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 %1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 *1-1 0-1 0-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-0 0-2 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-1 1-0

15

16-Tendler 17-Oleksa 18-Olson 19-Gillanders 16

0-0

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

0-0 0-0 dnp dnp dnp dnp 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 inj

17

0-1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 inj inj inj inj inj inj inj inj inj 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 inj inj inj inj 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 inj inj inj inj inj inj inj inj inj inj

18

19

0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 %1-0 0-0 &1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 *1-0 0-0 0-0

21-Gagnon 23-Waldie 24-Styner 25-Baribeau

0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 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 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

21

0-1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 *1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 *1-0 0-0 %1-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 1-1 2-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-2 0-0 %1-0 *2-0 0-0 *%1-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 *1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

23

24

%2-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 *1-2 0-0 0-0

26-Rattray 28-Skirrow 29-Lucky

26

0-0

dnp

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 %*^1-0 '0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 *1-1 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 %1-0 0-1 0-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 %*1-1 0-0 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 %*1-0 %&2-0 0-1 0-0 0-2 1-0 0-1 0-0 1-0

25

1-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 %1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 %1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 ^1-1 2-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 %1-1 0-0 0-0

28

2010-11 CLARKSON UNIVERSITY Hockey Schedule and Statistics with individual goals and assists

29

0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

After scoring just one goal in 2009-10, Danielle Skirrow tallied 11 goals last season, including five times in the first 10 games.

2011-12 Clarkson Women's Hockey


Golden Knights

2011-12 CLARKSON WOMEN'S HOCKEY ROSTER Golden Knights No 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 17 19 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 32 35

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Name Katelyn PTOLEMY Jennifer SHIELDS Gabrielle KOSZIWKA Taylor GEDIG Hailey WOOD Danielle BOUDREAU Vanessa PLANTE Shelby NISBET Brittany MULLIGAN Carly MERCER Daniella MATTEUCCI Kali GILLANDERS Vanessa GAGNON Christine LAMBERT Brittany STYNER Juana BARIBEAU Jamie Lee RATTRAY Erica HOWE Danielle SKIRROW Amanda LUCKY Jenna BOSS Emily HORN

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

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

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

Ht. 5-5 5-5 5-9 5-11 5-5 5-6 5-8 5-6 5-11 5-6 5-7 5-11 5-2 5-8 5-7 5-7 5-6 5-9 5-3 5-4 5-5 5-6

Birthdate 9/12/90 2/20/93 9/7/90 1/7/93 7/8/90 8/29/90 3/19/91 1/18/92 9/24/90 2/17/92 8/2/93 7/4/90 10/28/90 11/22/92 3/28/92 4/22/89 9/30/92 7/17/92 5/28/91 1/21/92 9/24/92 2/8/93

Hometown/Last Team Dinsmore, SASK/Swift Current Diamond Energy Ingersoll, ONT/ Bluewater Jr Hawks Limehouse, ONT/Brampton Jr. Thunder Kelowna, BC/ Warner Hockey School Lethbridge, ALB/North American Hoc. Acad. Whitby, ONT/Durham Jr. Lightning Riviere-du-Loup, QUE/Limoilou Titans Wiseton, SASK/Swift Current Wildcats London, ONT/London Jr. Devilettes Exeter, ONT/Bluewater Jr. Hawks Fruitvale, BC/ Notre Dame Hounds Kyle, SASK/Swift Current Diamond Energy St. Constant, QUE/Dawson Blues Thetford Mines, QUE/Ontario Hoc. A. Mavericks Calgary, ALB/Edge School Mountaineers Amos, QUE/ Lafleche College Kanata, ONT/ Ottawa Senators AA Ottawa, ONT/Ottawa Senators AA Trenton, ONT/Durham Junior Lightning Kanata, ONT/ Ottawa Senators AA Little Canada, MN/Roseville Raiders Hamilton, ONT/Brampton Jr Thunder

* Letterwinners (16) Co-Head Coaches: Shannon DESROSIERS (St. Lawrence Univ. '03) Matt DESROSIERS (St. Lawrence Univ. '01) Assistant Coach: Matt KELLY (Wayne State '06) Strength & Conditioning Coach: Jaime RODRIGUEZ (Lasell '03) Volunteer Coach: Carlee EUSEPI (Clarkson University '10) Trainer: Morgan COLLINS (University of Utah '10)

Geographical Breakdown: Ontario ............................ 10 Quebec ...............................4 Saskatchewan ....................3 Alberta................................2 British Columbia...............2 Minnesota...........................1

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Class Breakdown: Seniors ................... 6 Juniors ..................... 2 Sophomores .......... 8 Freshmen ............... 6 Positional Breakdown: Goal ......................... 3 Defense .................. 7 Forwards ..............12

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CAREER GAME-HIGHS —Most Recent Points: 2 (three times) (1-1) vs Cornell in 3-3 T(H), 2/4/11 Goals: 1 (twice) vs Vermont in 1-1 T(H), 11/27/10 Assists: 2 (twice) vs Quinnipiac in 3-2ot L(H), 1/8/11 Power Play Goals:

KATELYN 4 PTOLEMY Senior • Defense • Dinsmore, Saskatchewan

Multiple-Point Games: 3 (1-1) vs Cornell in 3-3 T(H), 2/4/11

JUNIOR YEAR (2010-11)—A solid presence on the Golden Knights’ blueline whose contributions were not reflected on the statsheet … Skated in 35 games, recording two goals and nine assists … Netted first collegiate goal in Clarkson’s 1-1 tie with Vermont (11/27) … Also scored a goal and earned an assist in 3-3 draw against second-ranked Cornell (2/4) ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. SOPHOMORE YEAR (2009-10)—A mainstay on the Golden Knights blueline playing in every Clarkson game for the second straight season … Helped the Knights boast one of the stingiest defenses in the nation, allowing only 1.73 goals per game … Tallied four assists and a +4 plus/minus rating … Set up winning goal, with lone assist, in the 3-2 victory over Harvard (3/5) in the ECAC Tournament semifinal game at Cheel Arena ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team.

First Career Assist: vs Vermont in 4-2 W(H), 11/29/08 First Career Goal: vs Vermont in 1-1 T(H), 11/27/10 Clarkson Fast Fact: Ptolemy's first career goal was the tying score in the Knights' 1-1 draw against Vermont last season.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2008-09)—A solid, steady performer on the blueline in her first season with the Green and Gold ... Skated in all 36 games, recording six assists and a +5 plus/minus rating ... Set up a pair of goals in the Golden Knights' 3-0 victory at Union (1/24) ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team ... Played for Canada’s National Women’s Under-22 Team that competed at the 2009 MLP Cup (formerly the Air Canada Cup), January 2-6, 2009 in Ravensburg, Germany. BEFORE CLARKSON—Played alongside Kali Gillanders with the Swift Current Diamond Energy Wildcats, serving as assistant captain ... Recorded 25 points, including 21 assists, through 38 games in 2007-08 ... 2008 Saskatchewan Female Midget AAA leagues' Top Defenseman ... 2007 Western Shield Top Defenseman ... 2007 Mac's Midget Tournament 1st-team all-star ... Helped Canada's Under-22 team defeat the United States in a three-game series in late-August this summer. PERSONAL—Daughter of Bev and Barry Ptolemy … Born on September 12, 1990 … Shoots right … Biology & Pre-Physical Therapy major … Has two older sisters, Erin and Haylie ... Invited to Canada's 2010 National Women's Team Evaluation Camp this September ... Was invited to Canada's National Women's Under-22 Team selection camp in Calgary August 2009 & 2010 ... Lists Bobby Orr as favorite athlete ... All-around athlete who also competes in volleyball, golf, badminton, softball, and track & field ... Likes to play the piano and compose music ... Also recruited by Cornell, St. Lawrence and Ohio State. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson University mostly because of the hockey environment. The team was hardworking, down-to-earth, and fun which made chosing Clarkson a pretty easy decision. The coaching staff seemed dedicated to the program and willling to help me become a better hockey player. In addition, the campus is small and because I'm from a small community, I felt comfortable right away. Clarkson was definetly the right fit for me!"

Year 2008-09 Fr 2009-10 So 2010-11 Jr Totals

GP 36 40 35 111

G 0 0 2 2

A 6 4 9 19

Pts 6 4 11 21

P/M 8/16 6/12 14/28 28/56

21  

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PP 0 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0 0

GW 0 0 0 0

HT 0 0 0 0

+/+5 +4 -1 +8

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GABRIELLE 7 KOSZIWKA

CAREER GAME-HIGHS —Most Recent Points: 2 (three times) (1-1) vs Harvard in 3-2 W(H), 3/5/10 Goals: 2 vs Union in 3-0 W(H), 2/6/10 Assists: 2 vs Vermont in 9-1 W(H), 11/30/08 Power Play Goals:

Senior • Forward • Limehouse, Ontario Multiple-Point Games: 3 (1-1) vs Harvard in 3-2 W(H), 3/5/10 First Career Assist: vs Harvard in 2-0 W(H), 11/14/08 First Career Goal: vs Maine in 4-1 W(H), 1/10/09

JUNIOR YEAR (2010-11)—A hard-working, dedicated forward for the Knights who came through with several timely goals … Tallied 12 points and five goals through 37 games … Tallied two goals and one assist in ECAC Hockey quarterinal round playoff series at ninth-ranked Dartmouth (2/25-27) … One of Clarkson’s top players at the faceoff circle, winning close to 50% of her draws (243-292) … Was the recipient of Clarkson’s Booster Club’s Unsung Hero Award, which is present to the player who always puts the team first and serves as an excellent role model to her teammates and the community … Has been actively involved in the Knights’ community events through her first three years in Potsdam ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team.

Clarkson Fast Fact: Kosziwka has skated in all 113 games through her first three seasons and has gained ECAC Hockey All-Academic team honors each year.

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2009-10)—A solid, two-way forward on the Knights’ checking lines who also had the knack for scoring the timely goal … Skated in all 40 games, recording nine points, including seven goals … Very productive offensively down the stretch with four goals and five points in the final seven games …. Scored the game-winning goal along with setting up a score in Clarkson’s 3-2 victory over Harvard (3/5) in the ECAC Hockey Tournament semifinal game at Cheel Arena … Tallied a goal in both Clarkson wins over St. Lawrence (2/26, 2/28) in the league quarterfinal series … Scored a career-high two goals in 3-0 victory over Union (2/6) … Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. FRESHMANYEAR (2008-09)—A solid, two-way forward who tallied eight points, including six assists along with posting a +5 plus/minus rating … Scored goals in 4-1 triumph over Maine (1/10) and in 4-4 tie at Dartmouth (2/20) … First collegiate point was an assist in 2-0 win over 4th-ranked Harvard (11/14) … Posted a two-assist effort in 9-1 victory over Vermont (11/30) … ECAC Hockey All-Academic team member. BEFORE CLARKSON—Two-year captain and leading scorer in 2006-07 and 2007-08 for the Brampton Jr. Thunder ... Tallied 23 goals and 30 assists for 53 points in 2007-08. PERSONAL—Daughter of Charlene and George Kosziwka ... Born on September 7, 1990 ... Shoots right ... Strong student majoring in Biology ... Older brother, Michael, played two years on the Clarkson men's hockey team ... Also has a younger sister, Kerri ... Lists Vincent Lecavalier as favorite athlete ... Likes to play beach volleyball ... Also recruited by Dartmouth, St. Lawrence and Mercyhurst. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because the exciting environment surrounding the hockey arena was contagious. I wanted to be a part of it. Also the older girls made me feel like I was already part of the team on my recruiting visit."

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Year 2008-09 Fr 2009-10 So 2010-11 Jr Totals

GP 36 40 37 113

G 2 7 5 14

A 6 2 7 15

Pts 8 9 12 29

P/M 4/8 8/16 9/18 21/42

22  

PP 0 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0 0

GW 0 1 0 1

HT 0 0 0 0

+/+5 +6 +1 +12

www.clarksonathletics.com


HAILEY 9 WOOD

CAREER GAME-HIGHS —Most Recent Points: 2 (twice) (0-2) vs Union in 3-0 W(H), 10/29/10 Goals: 1 (five times) at St. Lawrence in 2-1ot L(A), 2/15/11 Assists: 2 (twice) vs Union in 3-0 W(H), 10/29/10 Power Play Goals: 1 (three times) vs Harvard in 3-3 T(H), 2/11/11

Junior • Defense • Lethbridge, Alberta

Multiple-Point Games: 2 (0-2) vs Union in 3-0 W(H), 10/29/10 SOPHOMOREYEAR (2010-11)—Enjoyed a solid year on the Clarkson blueline … Led the Knights in plus/minus with a +11 … Recorded four goals and eight assists through 33 games … Productive force on the power-play with three man-advantage goals … Tallied opening goal in 2-1 victory over Rensselaer (10/30) … Also scored at Yale (11/20), in 3-3 tie vs Harvard (2/11) and at St. Lawrence (2/15) ... Posted two assists in 3-0 win over Union … Missed the final four games of the 2010 portion of the schedule with an injury. FRESHMAN YEAR (2009-10)—Skated in all 40 games as the lone rookie on the Clarkson blueline … A tenacious defensive-defenseman who helped the Knights boast one of the stingiest defenses in the nation, allowing only 1.73 goals per game … Tallied seven points, including six assists, along with a +8 plus/minus rating … First collegiate goal came in the Knights’ 3-2 overtime triumph at Yale (1/22) … Began Clarkson career with an assist in the opening-game, 5-1 victory over Boston College (10/2) … Assisted on Clarkson’s last two goals in 3-2 overtime triumph against Providence (10/9) … Named Clarkson’s Rookie of the Year … Selected twice to the ECAC Hockey weekly Honor Roll (10/5, 10/12).

First Career Assist: vs Boston College in 5-1 W(H), 10/2/09 First Career Goal: at Yale in 3-2ot W(A), 1/22/10 Clarkson Fast Fact: Wood led the Golden Knights in plus/minus last year with a +11, and is a +19 through her first two seasons.

BEFORE CLARKSON—Served as captain in 2008-09 for the North American Hockey Academy Winter Hawks out of Stowe, VT, where she scored 61 points on 14 goals and 47 assists ... Previously she played at Warner Hockey School near her hometown of Lethbridge Alberta ... She has been a two time member of Team Alberta as well as an invitee to the Canadian Under-18 conditioning camp. PERSONAL—Daughter of Gail and Robert Wood ... Born on July 8, 1990 ... Shoots left ... Political Science major ... Has older brother, Thane, and sister, Brittney ... Likes to ski and play tennis ... Lists Michael Jordan as her favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Northeastern, Syracuse and Colgate. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because of the small campus, the intensity and emphasis of the hockey program, the great team chemistry, and the coaching staff’s dedication to the team both on and off the ice."

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Year 2009-10 Fr 2010-11 So Totals

GP 40 33 73

G 1 4 5

A 6 8 14

Pts 7 12 19

P/M 9/18 13/26 22/44

23  

PP 0 3 3

SH 0 0 0

GW 0 0 0

HT 0 0 0

+/+8 +11 +19

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DANIELLE 10 BOUDREAU

CAREER GAME-HIGHS —Most Recent Points: 2 (1-1) at Cornell in 4-3ot L(H), 3/7/10 Goals: 1 (seven times) vs Union in 3-0 W(H), 10/29/10 Assists: 1 (14 times) at Dartmouth in 4-3ot L(A), 2/27/11 Power Play Goals: 1 (three times) vs Union in 3-0 W(H), 10/29/10

Senior • Defense • Whitby, Ontario

Multiple-Point Games: 1 (1-1) at Cornell in 4-3ot L(H), 3/7/10 JUNIOR YEAR (2010-11)—Was the recipient of Clarkson’s Ron Frazer Award, which is presented to a player who has proven to elevate her game in key situations and who has made significant contributions to the team’s success … An unselfish team player who played in all 37 games and recorded eight points, including seven assists … Lone goal was the game-winner in 3-0 victory over Union (10/29) ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. SOPHOMORE YEAR (2009-10)—Honored as Clarkson’s Coaches Award winner … An unselfish team player who moved back on defense to help shore up the Clarkson blueline after skating at forward in 2008-09 … Helped the Knights boast one of the stingiest defenses in the nation, allowing only 1.73 goals per game … Played her best hockey down the stretch and was a key contributor to the Knights’ postseason success … Recorded three points in the playoffs, including her first career multiple-point game with two assists against Cornell in the ECAC Championship contest (3/7) … Recorded six points, including two goals, playing in all 40 games.

First Career Goal: vs Mercyhurst in 5-2 W(H), 10/24/08 First Career Assist: at Princeton in 3-2OT L(A), 11/22/08 Clarkson Fast Fact: Boudreau was honored as Clarkson’s Ron Frazer Award winner last year, and was the Knights' Coaches Award recipient in 2009-10.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2008-09)—Made an impact on the Golden Knights’ third line, contributing seven points on four goals and three assists … Among Clarkson’s top performers at the faceoff dot, winning 55% of her draws (93-75) … All four goals came in Clarkson victories … First collegiate point was a power-play marker in 5-2 triumph over Mercyhurst (10/24) … Also scored in 6-1 win at Brown (11/7), in 4-1 victory over Maine (1/10), and in 2-0 win over Quinnipiac (2/14). BEFORE CLARKSON—Captain for the Durham Jr. Lightning ...Tallied 33 points on 11 goals and 22 assists through 34 games in 2007-08 ... Played on the 2002 and 2005 OWHA Provincial champions. ... Toronto Star GTA All-Star team selection ... MVP of Sinclair Varsity Girls' Hockey team. PERSONAL—Daughter of Gayle and Rock Boudreau ... Born August 29, 1990 ... Shoots left ... Strong student majoring in Business ... Has an older sister, Steph ... Three-time provincial soccer champion with the Oshawa Kicks OYSL team ... Lists Guy Lafleur as her favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Dartmouth, Brown and St. Cloud State. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because of how comfortable I was as soon as I stepped on campus. There is a small student-to-professor ratio at Clarkson which creates a great hands on learning experience. I love the atmosphere and the support that the school and community shows towards the hockey program."

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Year 2008-09 Fr 2009-10 So 2010-11 Jr Totals

GP 36 40 37 113

G 4 2 1 7

A 3 4 7 14

Pts 7 6 8 21

P/M 7/14 6/12 8/16 21/42

24  

PP 1 1 1 3

SH 0 0 0 0

GW 0 0 0 0

HT 0 0 0 0

+/-3 +4 E +1

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VANESSA 11PLANTE

CAREER GAME-HIGHS —Most Recent Points: 1 (three times) (0-1) at Rensselaer in 2-1 W(A), 2/18/11 Goals: Assists: 1 (three times) at Rensselaer in 2-1 W(A), 2/18/11 Power Play Goals:

Sophomore • Defense • Riviere-du-Loup, Quebec

First Career Assist: at Syracuse in 3-2 W(A), 11/5/10 Clarkson Fast Fact: Plante was the lone rookie on the Knights' defense last year and skated in 33 games with three assists and a +3 plus/minus rating.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2010-11)—Was a solid contributor on the Knights’ blueline as Clarkson’s lone rookie defenseman … Played in 33 games, recording three assists … First collegiate point was an assist in 3-2 victory at Syracuse (11/5) … Posted a +3 plus/minus rating. BEFORE CLARKSON—Played during the 2009-10 season for the Limoilou Titans where she was an assistant captain … Invited to the 2008 Canadian Women’s Under-18 Selection Camp … Won the bronze medal at the 2007 Canada Winter Games … Won a silver medal at the 2007 & 2008 Under-18 Nationals as a member of Team Quebec. PERSONAL—Daughter of Manon Beaulieu and Patrice Plante ... Born on March 19, 1991 ... Shoots left ... Pre-Physical Therapy major ... Has an older brother, David, and a yoinger brother, Tommy, and sister, Lorie ... Likes to also play tennis and workout ... Speaks French ... Lists Chantal Petitclerc as her favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Vermont, Syracuse, Brown, Harvard and Cornell. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because it made me feel at home and it is everything I was looking for."

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Year 2010-11 Fr Totals

GP 33 33

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 3 3

25  

P/M 8/16 8/16

PP 0 0

SH 0 0

GW 0 0

HT 0 0

+/+3 +3

2011-12 CLARKSON WOMEN'S HOCKEY


SHELBY 13NISBET

CAREER GAME-HIGHS —Most Recent Points: 1 (0-1) at Yale in 3-2ot L(A), 11/20/10 Goals: Assists: 1 at Yale in 3-2ot L(A), 11/20/10 Power Play Goals:

Sophomore • Forward • Wiseton, Saskatchewan

First Career Assist: at Yale in 3-2ot L(A), 11/20/10 Clarkson Fast Fact: Nisbet skated in all 37 games as a rookie forward for the Green and Gold.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2010-11)—Gained valuable playing experience skating in all 37 games as a fourth-line forward … Recorded one assist, at Yale (11/20). BEFORE CLARKSON—Served as captain for the Swift Current Wildcats for the 2008-09 and 2009-10 seasons ... Invited to the 2008 and 2009 Canadian Women’s Under-18 Team Strength and Conditioning Camps and the 2008 and 2009 Canadian Women’s Under-18 Selection Camps ...Was a member of the Canadian Women’s Under-18 Team in 2009 Series vs. Team USA ... A 2007, 2008 and 2009 member of Saskatchewan Provincial teams. PERSONAL—Daughter of Gladys and Greg Nisbet … Born on January 18, 1992 … Shoots left … Undecided major … Strong student at Dinsmore Composite, winning Staff Award and Wiseton Lions Award ... Has an older sister, Krista, and and older brother, Riley ... Raised on a grain farm in Saskatchewan ... Lists Lance Armstrong as her favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Robert Morris, Quinnipiac, Minnesota. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because it is a small community like mine that I thought I could see myself living in. The girls were awesome and the support that everyone showed towards the school was great. I thought Clarkson was the right place for me."

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Year 2010-11 Fr Totals

GP 37 37

G 0 0

A 1 1

Pts 1 1

P/M 6/23 6/23

26  

PP 0 0

SH 0 0

GW 0 0

HT 0 0

+/-8 -8

www.clarksonathletics.com


BRITTANY 14 MULLIGAN

CAREER GAME-HIGHS —Most Recent Points: 3 (0-3) at St. Lawrence in 3-2 W(A), 10/16/10 Goals: 2 vs St. Lawrence in 4-1 W(H), 11/16/10 Assists: 3 at St. Lawrence in 3-2 W(A), 10/16/10 Power Play Goals: 1 at Cornell in 3-2OT L(A), 12/5/08

Senior • Forward • London, Ontario

Multiple-Point Games: 4 (2-0) vs St. Lawrence in 4-1 W(H), 11/16/10 JUNIOR YEAR (2010-11)—A strong power-forward who tallied 11 points on four goals and seven assists, skating in all 37 games … Set up all three goals in the Knights’ first ever win in Canton over archrival St. Lawrence (10/16), a 3-2 victory, to complete a four-point weekend against the Saints … Also assisted on Clarkson’s lone goal in 1-1 draw against St. Lawrence (10/15) at Cheel Arena … Scored two goals, including a shorthanded marker in 4-1 victory over the Saints (11/16) in Potsdam … Lifted Clarkson to 3-2 overtime triumph at Quinnipiac (1/28), scoring the winning goal with just 44 seconds left in the extra session … Tied for team-lead in penalties (20/40).

First Career Assist: at Boston College in 4-4OT T(A), 10/5/08 First Career Goal: vs Dartmouth in 2-2OT T(H), 11/15/08 Clarkson Fast Fact: Mulligan collected five points in the Knights' two wins over St. Lawrence last year. She set up all three goals in Clarkson's first-ever win at SLU, a 3-2 victory on October 16, 2010.

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2009-10)—A solid two-way forward on the Golden Knights’ checking lines … Posted eight points, including five goals … Boasted a +14 plus/minus rating … All five of her goals came in Clarkson wins. … Recorded the winning tally, and set up the other goal, in 2-1 win over Cornell (1/30) … Closed out season with a goal in 3-2 win over Harvard (3/5) in the ECAC Hockey Tournament semifinal game at Cheel Arena. FRESHMAN YEAR (2008-09)—An up-and-coming forward whose rookie campaign was cut short by illness … Played in first 19 games, but was limited to action in just three of the final 17 games … Returned to line up in late February to skate in both ECAC playoff contests … Scored two goals and recorded four assists … First collegiate point came in 4-4 tie at Boston College (10/5) … Netted Clarkson’s second goal in 2-2 tie against third-ranked Dartmouth (11/15) for first collegiate goal … Posted two assists in 6-0 win at Brown (11/7) … Tallied on the power play in 3-2 overtime loss at Cornell (12/5). BEFORE CLARKSON— Played for the London Jr. Devilettes, serving as captain in 2007-08 ... Skated in 30 games that season, scoring seven goals and 10 assists ... A member of Team Ontario Red, which won the 2008 U-18 Canadian National Tournament ... Grade 9 and 10 Female Athlete of the Year in 2005 and 2006. PERSONAL—Daughter of Linda and Shawn Mulligan … Born on September 24, 1990 … Shoots left … Strong student, majoring in Business … Also likes to play soccer and basketball ... Lists Sydney Crosby as her favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Harvard, Dartmouth, Union and Rensselaer. WHY CLARKSON—"The atmosphere at Clarkson on my first visit was the initial indication that I wanted to be a Golden Knight. From the small community and classes, to the hockey surroundings in Cheel Arena. Another major reason was the team chemistry and coaching, as well as the success of Clarkson as a Business major."

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Year 2008-09 Fr 2009-10 So 2010-11 Jr Totals

GP 22 35 37 94

G 2 5 4 11

A 4 3 7 14

Pts 6 8 11 25

P/M 13/26 22/44 20/40 55/110

27  

PP 1 0 0 1

SH 0 0 1 1

GW 0 1 1 2

HT 0 0 0 0

+/-4 +14 -1 +9

2011-12 CLARKSON WOMEN'S HOCKEY


CARLY 15MERCER

CAREER GAME-HIGHS —Most Recent Points: 3 (1-2) at Princeton in 3-2 W(A), 1/29/11 Goals: 1 (eight times) at Dartmouth in 4-3ot L(A), 2/27/11 Assists: 2 (four times) at Union in 4-0 W(A), 2/19/11 Power Play Goals: 1 at Harvard in 3-2 L(A), 1/15/11

Sophomore • Forward • Exeter, Ontario

Multiple-Point Games: 6 (0-2) at Union in 4-0 W(A), 2/19/11 FRESHMAN YEAR (2010-11)—Named Clarkson’s Rookie of the Year after a very solid first season … Skated in all 37 games and tied for second on the team in scoring with 24 points with eight goals and 16 assists, and posted a +5 plus/minus rating … Was especially effective in the 2011 portion of the schedule, recording six goals and 14 assists over the last 16 games … Best outing was a one-goal, two-assist effort in the 3-2 win at Princeton (1/29) … Posted four, two-assists outings … Voted to 2011 ECAC Hockey All-Rookie Team … Twice gained ECAC weekly Honor Roll mention (1/17, 2/1) ... Named to ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. BEFORE CLARKSON—Played in 2009-10 for the Bluewater Jr. Hawks where she was the captain of her team ... Helped to lead Canada to the Under-18 World Championsip Gold Medal ... Invited to the 2009 Canadian Women’s Under-18 Team Strength and Conditioning Camp and the 2009 Canadian Women’s Under-18 Selection Camp ... Canadian Women’s Under-18 Team member in 2009 Series vs. Team USA ... Member of the Gold-Medal winning 2008 and 2009 Team Ontario Red at the Under-18 Nationals ... Among 2010 PWHL top five scoring leaders ... 2009 PWHL playoff leading scorer ... 2006 High School Hockey Rookie of the year and the 2008 and 2009 High School Hockey MVP.

First Career Assist: at Boston University in 3-2 L(A), 10/23/10 First Career Goal: vs Union in 3-0 W(H), 10/29/10 Clarkson Fast Fact: Mercer was named Clarkson's Rookie of the Year in 2010-11, and was an ECAC Hockey All-Rookie team selection.

PERSONAL—Daughter of Becky and Brian Mercer ... Born on February 17, 1992 ... Shoots left ... Business major ... Has a sister, Cayley, and brother, Cullen ... Also likes to play soccer and running ... Lists Sidney Crosby as her favorite athlete ...Also recruited by University of New Hampshire, Rensselaer,Vermont, Colgate and Ohio State ... Invited to Canada's National Women's Under-22/Development Camp this past August. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because of its small town atmosphere that is jammed packed with enthusiasm for hockey. The coaching staff and the team made me feel very comfortable and I am positive the team has great success ahead of them."

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Year 2010-11 Fr Totals

GP 37 37

G 8 8

A 16 16

Pts 24 24

28  

P/M 5/10 5/10

PP 1 1

SH 0 0

GW 1 1

HT 0 0

+/+5 +5

www.clarksonathletics.com


KALI 19 GILLANDERS

CAREER GAME-HIGHS —Most Recent Points: 3 (1-2) vs St. Lawrence in 5-0 W(H), 2/26/10 Goals: 1 (10 times)at Dartmouth in 4-1 W(A), 2/25/11 Assists: 2 (twice) vs St. Lawrence in 5-0 W(H), 2/26/10 Power Play Goals: 1 (twice) at Dartmouth in 4-1 W(A), 2/25/11

Senior • Forward • Kyle, Saskatchewan

Multiple-Point Games: 3 (1-2) vs St. Lawrence in 5-0 W(H), 2/26/10 JUNIOR YEAR (2010-11)— A solid two-way player who saw time at forward and on defense ... Skated in all 37 games recording three goals and three assists … Among the Golden Knights’ team leaders in plus/minus at +5 … Netted a power-play marker, a shorthanded tally and a game-winner … Connected for the deciding score in 3-2 win at Syracuse (11/5) … Notched a shorthanded marker in 4-1 victory over archrival St. Lawrence (11/16) … Scored on the power play in 4-1 win at Dartmouth in Game 1 of the ECAC Hockey quarterfinal series. SOPHOMORE YEAR (2009-10)—A strong power forward who made her presence felt in front of the net … Played in 37 games posting 13 points … All three of her goals were game-winning scores … Tallied back-to-back game-winners in 4-1 victory over St. Lawrence (10/27) and 1-0 triumph over Brown (10/30) … Also connected for the deciding goal, and added two assists for a career-high three points, in 5-0 win over St. Lawrence (2/26) in first game of the ECAC Hockey quarterfinal series … Set up both goals in 2-1 victory over Cornell (1/30).

First Career Goal: at Boston Col. in 4-4OT T(A), 10/5/08 First Career Assist: at Boston Col. in 4-4OT T(A), 10/5/08 Clarkson Fast Fact: Gillanders netted a power-play marker, a shorthanded tally and a game-winner last season.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2008-09)—Enjoyed a solid start to her collegiate career, tying for the Golden Knights’ scoring lead among freshmen with eight points on four goals and four assists … Began the season with a one-goal, one-assist effort in Clarkson’s second game of the year, a 4-4 tie at Boston College (10/5) … Tallied the Knights’ final goal of the season, a power-play marker in 2-1 playoff loss at St. Lawrence (2/28) … Named ECAC Rookie of the Week once (10/6). BEFORE CLARKSON— Played alongside Katelyn Ptolemy with the Swift Current Diamond Energy Wildcats Team, serving as captain ...Team's leading goal scorer ...Tallied 41 goals in 54 games to go along with 32 assists ... 2008 Mac's Midget Second-Team All-Star ... Saskatchewan AAA Midget League All-Star. PERSONAL—Daughter of Kathy and Brock Gillanders ... Born July 4, 1990 ... Shoots right ... Undecided major ... Oldest brother, Dustin, played hockey at Colgate, graduating in 2008 ... Younger sister, Baylee, is a freshman defenseman for the University of Minnesota ... Lives on a mixed farm "Shamrock Farms" in Saskatchewan with 13 people on 8,000 acres and 300 head of cattle ... Lists farming and ranching as hobbies ... Also plays fast-pitch softball and badminton ... Also recruited by Wayne State, Robert Morris and Minnesota State. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because the hockey program and academics are very high quality. Also I felt that my hockey style fit in well with the teams reputation."

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Year 2008-09 Fr 2009-10 So 2010-11 Jr Totals

GP 35 37 37 109

G 4 3 3 10

A 4 10 3 17

Pts 8 13 6 27

P/M 12/35 19/38 20/40 51/113

29  

PP 1 0 1 2

SH 0 0 1 1

GW 0 3 1 4

HT 0 0 0 0

+/-5 +4 +5 +4

2011-12 CLARKSON WOMEN'S HOCKEY


VANESSA 21 GAGNON

CAREER GAME-HIGHS —Most Recent Points: 1 (three times) (0-1) vs Dartmouth in 3-1 L(H), 2/12/11 Goals: 1 vs Quinnipiac in 3-2ot L(H), 1/8/11 Assists: 1 (twice) vs Dartmouth in 3-1 L(H), 2/12/11 Power Play Goals:

Sophomore • Forward • St. Constant, Quebec

FRESHMAN YEAR (2010-11)—Gained valuable playing experience skating in all 37 games as the Knights’ fourth-line center … Scored one goal and two assists … First collegiate goal came against Quinnipiac (1/8) … First assist came in 3-2 overtime victory over Quinnipiac (1/28) at Cheel Arena ... Named to ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. BEFORE CLARKSON—Played for the Dawson Blues in 2009-10 where she served as team captain ... Invited to the 2007 Canadian Women’s Under-18 Selection Camp ...Won the bronze medal at the 2007 Canada Winter Games ... Won a silver medal at the 2007 Under-18 Nationals as a member of Team Quebec ... Was awarded the 2008 Honor of Excellence for the best GPA in secondary 5.

First Career Goal: vs Quinnipiac in 3-2ot L(H), 1/8/11 First Career Assist: at Quinnipiac in 3-2ot W(A), 1/28/11 Clarkson Fast Fact: A Business major, Gagnon was named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team in her freshman year.

PERSONAL—Daughter of Suzanne Amyot and Mario Gagnon ... Born on October 28, 1990 … Shoots left … Strong student majoring in Business ... Earned Student-Athlete Award at Dawson College ... Posted highest average in graduation year of high school … Has a younger brother, Frederic ... Also likes to play golf and tennis ... Lists Marie-Philip Poulin and Chantal Petitclerc as her favorite athletes ... Also recruited by Harvard, Princeton, Brown,Vermont, Ohio State and Cornell. WHY CLARKSON—"A couple of the reasons why I chose Clarkson are for its proximity with Canada and for the small campus. But I mainly chose to come here because of the hockey program and the coaches."

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Year 2010-11 Fr Totals

GP 37 37

G 1 1

A 2 2

Pts 3 3

P/M 8/16 8/16

30  

PP 0 0

SH 0 0

GW 0 0

HT 0 0

+/-6 -6

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BRITTANY 24STYNER

CAREER GAME-HIGHS —Most Recent Points: 3 (1-2) at Dartmouth in 4-1 W(A), 2/25/11 Goals: 1 (three times) at Dartmouth in 4-1 W(A), 2/25/11 Assists: 2(twice) at Dartmouth in 4-1 W(A), 2/25/11 Power Play Goals: 1 (twice) at Dartmouth in 4-1 W(A), 2/25/11

Sophomore • Forward • Calgary, Alberta

Multiple-Point Games: 2 (1-2) at Dartmouth in 4-1 W(A), 2/25/11 FRESHMAN YEAR (2010-11)—Skated in all 37 games, contributing three goals and nine assists … Picked up play late in season with eight points (3-5) in an eight-game span … Led the Golden Knights’ offensively in Game 1 of ECAC Quarterfinal playoff series win at ninth-ranked Dartmouth (2/25) with a power-play marker and two assists in 4-1 victory … First collegiate goal was Clarkson’s third score in 3-3 tie against second-ranked Cornell at Cheel Arena (2/4) … Named once to ECAC Hockey weekly Honor Roll (2/7).

First Career Assist: at Syracuse in 3-2 W(A), 11/5/10 First Career Goal: vs Cornell in 3-3 T(H), 2/4/11 Clarkson Fast Fact: Styner was a productive force up front in the second half of last season with eight (3-5) of her 12 points coming over the final 10 games.

BEFORE CLARKSON—Was an assistant captain for the Edge School Mountaineers in 2009-10 ... Invited to the 2009 Canadian Women’s Under-18 Team Strength and Conditioning Camp and the 2009 Canadian Women’s Under-18 Selection Camp ... Member of Alberta Provincial team in 2008 and 2009 ... Was the 2009 Esso Nationals MVP and top scorer ... Awarded the 2008- 2009 AMMFHL League Top Forward honor ... 2008 Mac’s Midget Tournament top scorer and named a first team All-Star. PERSONAL—Daughter of Lori and Dale Styner, who were both professional squash players ... Born on March 28, 1992 ... Shoots right ... Business major ... Honor Roll student in grades 10 and 11 at the Edge School ... Has a twin brother, Kyle ... Also likes to mountain bike, golf and play tennis ... Lists Michael Cammalleri her favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Northeastern, Colgate, Syracuse, Princeton, Dartmouth, Yale and North Dakota. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because I loved everything about it; from the small and appealing campus to the enthusiastic coaches and staff members. I felt that Clarkson had a very comfortable environment because everyone, including the players, coaches, and faculty members, were extremely kind and supportive. With this, along with the strong academics and hockey program, I knew that Clarkson was where I wanted to spend my next four years"

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Year 2010-11 Fr Totals

GP 37 37

G 3 3

A 9 9

Pts 12 12

31  

P/M 12/24 12/24

PP 1 1

SH 0 0

GW 0 0

HT 0 0

+/-1 -1

2011-12 CLARKSON WOMEN'S HOCKEY


JUANA 25 BARIBEAU

CAREER GAME-HIGHS —Most Recent Points: 4 (4-0) vs Vermont in 4-2 W(H), 11/29/08 Goals: 4 - vs Vermont in 4-2 W(H), 11/29/08 Assists: 2 (eight times) vs Union in 3-0 W(H), 10/29/10 Power Play Goals: 2 vs Vermont in 4-2 W(H), 11/29/08

Senior • Forward • Amos, Quebec

JUNIOR YEAR (2010-11)—A talented offensive force who rounded out Clarkson’s 20-point scorers with 10 goals and 11 assists … Strong specialty teams player, netting two power-play markers and one shorthanded tally … Also collected three game-winners … Capped off Clarkson’s first ever win over St. Lawrence in Canton (10/16) with an empty-net, power-play marker late in the 3-2 victory … Scored with just over a minute remaining in overtime to lift the Knights to a 3-2 triumph at Dartmouth (1/14) … Tallied the opening goal and added a shorthanded marker in 4-0 win at Union (2/19) … Helped to set up overtime game-winner at Yale (1/19) in 2-1 victory on the road … Recorded a goal and an assist in 3-2 win at Princeton (1/29) … Posted a +4 plus/minus rating. SOPHOMORE YEAR (2009-10)—Continued her stellar play up front as the Golden Knights’ second-leading scorer … Skated in all 40 games, recording 37 points on 18 goals and 19 assists along with a +10 plus/minus rating … Tallied three power-play goals, three game-winners and one shorthanded marker … Produced four two-goal outings … Figured in on all the Clarkson scoring in 3-0 victory over Colgate (1/29) with two goals and one assist … Scored two goals and one assist in 6-2 win over UNH (10/23) … Recorded six points (3-3) in postseason action … Tallied one goal and two assists in 4-1 quarterfinal series-clinching triumph over St. Lawrence (2/28) … Led the team in penalties (25/50) … Named ECAC Hockey Player of the Week (10/12).

Three-Point Games - 6 (1-2) vs St. Lawrence in 4-1 W(H), 2/28/10 Two-Goal Games: 3 at Union in 4-0 W(A), 2/19/11 First Career Goal: at Boston College in 4-4OT T(A), 10/5/08 First Career Assist: vs Mercyhurst in 5-2 W(H), 10/24/08 Clarkson Fast Fact: Baribeau, Clarkson's active career scoring leader, is closing in on the Century mark with 91 points (46-45) through 113 games.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2008-09)—Made a big impression in her inaugural collegiate campaign and was named to ECAC Hockey’s All-Rookie Team as a left wing ... Clarkson’s third-leading scorer with 33 points, scoring 18 goals to go along with 15 assists through 36 games ... Tallied four power-play goals and two shorthanded markers ... Best effort of the season was a four-goal performance in 4-2 victory over Vermont at Cheel Arena (11/29) ... Selected three times as ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Week (10/27, 11/3, 12/1) ...Voted as Clarkson's Rookie of the Year. BEFORE CLARKSON—A two-time CEGEP "AA" All-Star forward for Lafleche College … Tallied 23 goals and 17 assists through 23 games ... Invited to Team Canada Under-19 camp in summer of 2007. PERSONAL—Daughter of Jocelyne Rondeau and Julien Baribeau ... Born April 22, 1989 ... Shoots left ... Business major ... Was invited to Canada's National Women's Under-22 Team selection camp in Calgary, August 7-14, 2009 ... Has an older bother, Jeremie, and an older sister, Judith ... Lists Gina Kingsbury as her favorite athlete ... Also likes soccer, basketball and baseball. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because it's a good school for business students and also because the Knights have good team spirit and work hard. It makes it easy to join the team."

Year 2008-09 Fr 2009-10 So 2010-11 Jr Totals

GP 36 40 37 113

G 18 18 10 46

A 15 19 11 45

Pts 33 37 21 91

P/M 14/28 25/50 13/26 52/104

32  

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PP 4 3 2 9

SH 0 1 1 2

GW 2 3 3 7

HT 1 0 0 1

+/+14 +10 +4 +28

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JAMIE LEE 26 RATTRAY

CAREER GAME-HIGHS —Most Recent Points: 2 (six times) (0-2) at Dartmouth in 4-1 W(A), 2/25/11 Goals: 1 (seven times) at Dartmouth in 4-3ot L(A), 2/27/11 Assists: 2(twice) at Dartmouth in 4-1 W(A), 2/25/11 Power Play Goals: 1 (twice) at Rensselaer in 2-1 W(A), 2/18/11

Sophomore • Forward • Kanata, Ontario

Multiple-Point Games: 6 (0-2) at Dartmouth in 4-1 W(A), 2/25/11 FRESHMAN YEAR (2010-11)—Emerged as a standout Division I player, leading Clarkson in scoring with 25 points on seven goals and a team-high 18 assists playing in all 37 games … Was very productive down the stretch with six goals and 10 assists over the final 16 games … Tallied a goal and three assists in ECAC Hockey playoff quarterfinal series at ninth-ranked Dartmouth (2/25-27) … Recorded six multiple-point outings … Netted a power-play marker for the game-winning goal and set up a score in 5-3 win over Brown (1/22) … Also scored the deciding goal in 2-1 victory at Rensselaer (2/18) … Posted a +5 plus/minus rating.

First Career Assist: at UConn in 3-1 L(A), 10/9/10 First Career Goal: at Yale in 3-2ot L(A), 11/20/10 Clarkson Fast Fact: As a freshman, Rattray led Clarkson in scoring last year with 25 points, including a team-high 18 assists.

BEFORE CLARKSON—Starred for the Ottawa Senators Intermediate AA where she served as team captain in 2009-10 ... 2010 PWHL top 5 scoring leader; tied for league lead for goals ... Invited to Canada's 2010 National Women's Team Evaluation Camp ... Helped to lead Canada to the Under-18 World Championsip Gold Medal in April 2010 ... Member of Canadian Women’s Under-18 Team member in 2009 World Women’s Under-18 Championships where she won a silver medal ... Was a member of the 2008 & 2009 Gold-Medal winning Team Ontario Red at the Under-18 Nationals. PERSONAL—Daughter of Melodie and David Rattray ... Born on September 30, 1992 … Shoots left … Strong student majoring in Psychology ... Was the 2007 Earl of March Secondary School Junior Female Athlete of the Year and the 2008 Earl of March Senior Female Athlete of the Year ... Also likes playing touch football ... Lists Mario Lemieux as her favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Minnesota, Minnesota-Duluth, St. Lawrence, Wisconsin, Mercyhurst and Cornell ... Invited to Canada's National Women's Under-22/Development Camp this past August. WHY CLARKSON—"People always ask me why I chose Clarkson, when I think they should really question why I wouldn’t choose Clarkson. As a student-athlete Clarkson has all the right ingredients: great hockey program filled with great coaches and a fantastic team. On my visit I already felt a part of the team. Clarkson also has strong academics and great academic-support. I also chose Clarkson because of the feeling I got when I stepped on campus. I felt right at home. The day I committed was the day I was ready to start."

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Year 2010-11 Fr Totals

GP 37 37

G 7 7

A 18 18

Pts 25 25

33  

P/M 13/26 13/26

PP 2 2

SH 0 0

GW 2 2

HT 0 0

+/+5 +5

2011-12 CLARKSON WOMEN'S HOCKEY


ERICA 27 HOWE Sophomore • Goaltender • Ottawa, Ontario

FRESHMAN YEAR (2010-11)—Made her mark on the Clarkson program by emerging as the Golden Knights’ starting goaltender … Played 25 games, including 22 starts, in the crease and earned the Green and Gold’s starting nod in the season’s second half, starting 13 of the final 14 games … Posted a 10-7-5 record, including two shutouts, on a .928 save percentage and a 1.87 goals against average … Recorded five games with 30-or-more stops and made a season-high 38 saves in the overtime loss at ninth-ranked Dartmouth in Game 3 of the ECAC Hockey quarterfinals series (2/27) … Voted to 2011 ECAC Hockey All-Rookie Team … Named ECAC Goaltender of the Week once (2/1) and selected four times to league’s weekly Honor Roll ... Named to ECAC Hockey AllAcademic team. BEFORE CLARKSON—Starting goaltender for the Ottawa Senators Intermediate AA in 200910 ... Helped to lead Canada to the Under-18 World Championsip Gold Medal in April 2010 ... Invited to the 2009 Canadian Women’s Under-18 Team Strength and Conditioning Camp and the 2009 Canadian Women’s Under-18 Selection Camp ... Canadian Women’s Under-18 Team member in 2009 Series vs. Team USA ... Was a member of the 2009 Gold-Medal winning Team Ontario Red at the Under-18 Nationals.

CAREER GAME-HIGHS —Most Recent Saves: 38 (twice) at Dartmouth in 4-3ot L(A), 2/27/11 Saves in a Period: 18 (OT) at Dartmouth in 4-3ot L(A), 2/27/11 Goals: 4 at Dartmouth in 4-3ot L(A), 2/27/11 Shots: 42 at Dartmouth in 4-3ot L(A), 2/27/11 Shutouts - 2 at Union in 4-0 W(A), 2/19/11 - 20 saves 30-Save Games: 5 at Dartmouth in 4-3ot L(A), 2/27/11 - 38 saves First Career Start: at UNH in 2-1 L(A), 10/22/10 - 27 saves First Career Win: vs Union in 3-0 W(H), 10/29/10 - 16 saves Clarkson Fast Fact: Howe was named to the ECAC All-Rookie Team and selected to the league's All-Academic Team.

PERSONAL—Daughter of Jane Howe ... Born on July 17, 1992 ... Catches left ... Business major ... Was an Honor Roll student in grades 10 and 11 at Sir Wilfrid Laurier S.S. ... Has a sister, Katy, and brother, Kevin ... Also likes to play soccer ... Lists Carey Price as her favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Vermont,Cornell, St. Lawrence, UConn and Brown ... Invited to Canada's National Women's Under-22/Development Camp this past August. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because of the small school with a great atmosphere and I know that the coaches will push me to be the best athlete I can be. I’m also positive Coach Shannon will whip me into shape in no time; it should be a grand old time.”

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YEAR 2010-11 Fr Totals

GP 25 25

MINS 1440:21 1440:21

SAVES 584 584

GOALS 45 45

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SV% .928 .928

GAA 1.87 1.87

RECORD 10-7-5 10-7-5

SHO 2 2

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DANIELLE 28 SKIRROW

CAREER GAME-HIGHS —Most Recent Points: 3 (2-1) at Quinnipiac in 3-2ot W(A), 1/28/11 Goals: 2 at Quinnipiac in 3-2ot W(A), 1/28/11 Assists: 1(11 times) at Dartmouth in 4-1 W(A), 2/25/11 Power Play Goals:

Junior • Forward • Trenton, Ontario

Multiple-Point Games: 3 (1-1) at Dartmouth in 4-1 W(A), 2/25/11

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010-11)—Powered the Golden Knights’ offense at the start of the season with five goals in first 10 games after scoring just once as a freshman … Finished with 11 goals (second most on the team) and 16 points through 37 games … Shared the Clarkson lead in game-winning goals with three … Tallied the deciding goal in 2-1 victory over Rensselaer (10/30) at Cheel Arena, started the scoring in 4-0 triumph over Vermont (11/28) and picked up the winner in 4-1 victory at Dartmouth in Game 1 of ECAC Hockey Quarterfinal playoff series (2/25) … Figured in on all of the scoring with two goals and one assist in 3-2 overtime win at Quinnipiac (1/28) …Posted a +7 plus/ minus rating … Named ECAC Hockey Player of the Week once (2/1) and selected twice to league’s weekly Honor Roll ... Named to ECAC Hockey All-Academic team.

First Career Assist: vs UConn in 4-0 W(H), 10/10/09 First Career Goal: vs Cornell in 2-1 W(H), 1/30/10 Clarkson Fast Fact: After scoring just one goal as a rookie, Skirrow netted 11 goals, including three gamewinners, in her sophomore campaign.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2009-10)—The lone rookie forward on Clarkson’s powerhouse offense … Skated in 39 games, recording seven points, including six assists … First collegiate goal was Clarkson’s opening score in 2-1 victory over Cornell (1/30) … First collegiate point was an assist in 4-0 win over UConn (10/10) … Named to ECAC Hockey AllAcademic team. BEFORE CLARKSON—Played two seasons (2007-08, 2008-09) for the Durham Junior Lightning in the PWHL where she finished in the top ten in scoring and tallied over 30 goals each of those years ... Finished second in the league in goals during the 2008-09 season and fourth the previous year ... Was a two-time attendee at the Canadian National Under-18 Selection Camps, and was a member of the gold medalwinning Team Ontario Red at the Canadian Under-18 Championships. PERSONAL—Daughter of Donna and Kevin Skirrow … Born on May 28, 1991 … Shoots right … Communications major … Has an older brother, Ryan ... An Ontario Scholar every year in high school ... Was named Female Athlete of the Year and received MVP honors at her high school for both rugby and hockey in grades 10, 11, and 12, and then for soccer in grade 12, and also won OFSAA championships in grade 11 and 12 for rugby ... Lists Alexander Ovechkin as her favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Minnesota-Duluth, Providence, Colgate and Princeton. WHY CLARKSON—""I chose Clarkson because the atmosphere in the arena was incredible. As soon as I walked into a game there, I knew I wanted to be a part of it. The coaches are great and the school itself, the size, location, and program are exactly what I was looking for. Clarkson also has a great academic reputation so I knew I would receive a good education."

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Year 2009-10 Fr 2010-11 So Totals

GP 39 37 76

G 1 11 12

A 6 5 11

Pts 7 16 23

P/M 10/20 6/12 16/32

35  

PP 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

GW 0 3 3

HT 0 0 0

+/+3 +7 +10

2011-12 CLARKSON WOMEN'S HOCKEY


AMANDA 29LUCKY

CAREER GAME-HIGHS —Most Recent Points: 1 (0-1) at Boston University in 3-2 L(A), 10/23/10 Goals: Assists: 1 at Boston University in 3-2 L(A), 10/23/10 Power Play Goals: First Career Assist: at Boston University in 3-2 L(A), 10/23/10

Sophomore • Forward • Kanata, Ontario

Clarkson Fast Fact: Lucky posted just one minor penalty playing in all 37 games, and was also named to ECAC Hockey's All-Academic Team.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2010-11)—Gained valuable playing experience, skating in all 37 games as a fourth-line forward … Recorded one assist, at fifth-ranked Boston University (10/23) … Recorded just two minute in penalties ... Named to ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. BEFORE CLARKSON—Was an assistant captain for the Ottawa Senators Intermediate AA in 2009-10 ... Was the assistant captain for Team Ontario Blue at the 2009 Under-18 National Championships, where her team won the silver medal ... Named the Most Sportsmanlike Player for the tournament ... Was a member of the PWHL Gold-Medal winning team as Intermediate AA Champions in 2008. PERSONAL—Daughter of Liane and Wayne Lucky ... Born on January 21, 1992 … Shoots left … Biology, Pre-Physical Therapy major … Honor Roll student every semester grades 9-12 at Le Collège catholique Franco-Ouest ... Has two older sisters, Natasha and Jessica, and a twin sister, Brittany, who plays hockey at Potsdam State ... Lists Martin St. Louis as her favorite athlete ... Also recruited by St. Lawrence, Quinnipiac, Princeton and the University of New Hampshire. WHY CLARKSON—"Someone once told me that your University coaches are going to be your parents for the next four years of your life. When I look at the Clarkson coaching staff I see genuine, caring and simply down to earth people, who I know will push me to my full potential. I also wanted to go to a school that would provide me with not only great athletics but also great academics, and Clarkson has both these things."

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Year 2010-11 Fr Totals

GP 37 39

G 0 0

A 1 1

Pts 1 1

36  

P/M 1/2 1/2

PP 0 0

SH 0 0

GW 0 0

HT 0 0

+/-4 -4

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JENNIFER

TAYLOR

Freshman • Defense • 5-5 • 2/20/93 Ingersoll, Ontario

Freshman • Defense • 5-11 • 1/7/93 Kelowna, British Columbia

SHIELDS

GEDIG

BEFORE CLARKSON—Played this past season for the Bluewater Jr Hawks (PWHL) ... Won silver at the 2011 Canada Winter Games as a member of Team Ontario ... Canadian Women’s U-18 Team Member; 2011 World Women’s U-18 Championships where she won a silver medal ... Canadian Women’s U-18 Team Member; 2010 Summer Series vs. Team USA ... Invited to the 2010 Canadian Women’s U-18 Team Strength and Conditioning Camp and the 2010 Canadian Women’s U-18 Selection Camps (August & December) ...Won silver at the 2010 Canadian U-18 Nationals as a member of Team Ontario Blue. PERSONAL—Daughter of Sonya and Dave Shields ... Born on February 20, 1993 ... Shoots left ... Psycology major ... An Honor Roll student at Ingersoll District Colligiate Institute ... Nominee for the John Knox Sports Award at her high school which is given to an athlete who best embodies enthusiasm, dedication to sports, team loyalty and respect for their coaching staff ... Has a brother, John ... Likes to fish. Place 1st out of 52 teams at the 2010 LPBAA BASS TOURNAMENT in which she participated with her brother ... Lists Rich Nash as her favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Cornell,Vermont and Niagara.

BEFORE CLARKSON—Played this past season for the Warner Hockey School where she was the assistant captain ... A 2011 Junior Women’s Hockey League (JWHL) First Team All-Star ... Participated in the 2011 Canada Winter Games as a member and assistant captain of Team BC ... Participated in the 2010 Canadian U-18 Nationals as a member of Team BC. PERSONAL—Daughter of Paula and Jason Gedig ... Born on January 7, 1993 ... Shoots r ight ... General Studies major ... Has an older brother, Curtis ... Likes playing beach volleyball ... Lists Duncan Keith as her favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Bemidji State and UNH. WHY CLARKSON—"When I first discovered Clarkson I heard so many good things. When I flew down to check things out I felt right at home as the campus was so beautiful and everyone seemed happy to be there. I also instantly fell in love with the rink and the facilities. The hockey program is great and the school has strong academics. I felt like Clarkson was the right place for me”

WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because of the small town community and high academics. The hockey team is enthusiastic, focused and dedicated about working hard towards their goals. Also, knowing the coaches are going to work with you until your full potential is shown. I am excited to have Clarkson as my home away from home.”

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DANIELLA

CHRISTINE

Freshman • Defense • 5-7 • 8/2/93 Fruitvale, British Columbia

Freshman • Forward • 5-8 • 11/22/92 Thetford Mines, Quebec

MATTEUCCI

LAMBERT

BEFORE CLARKSON—Played this past season for the Notre Dame Hounds ... Was named the 2011 Female Athlete of the Year at Notre Dame ... Participated in the 2010 Canadian U-18 Nationals as a member of Team BC ... Participated in the 2011 Canada Winter Games as a member and captain of Team BC. PERSONAL—Daughter of Melissa and Paul Matteucci ... Born on August 2, 1993 ... Shoots right ... Liberal Studies major ... Has a younger brother, Eric ... Has been an Honor Roll Student throughout Secondary School ... Played on Team Canada's Women's Baseball team as a pitcher ... Pitched a “No-Hitter” for her 2011 Boys H.S. Baseball Team at Notre Dame ... Lists Derek Jeter as her favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Niagara, Maine, Minnesota State and Bemidji State. WHY CLARKSON—"I have a friend that went to Clarkson and played for the Golden Knights. She gave me the low down and told me what a great school Clarkson is. She also said that the coaches made her "love hockey again", so when I visited Potsdam and the campus I had very high expectations. I have to tell you I was not disappointed!! I felt comfortable right away and I knew Clarkson was where I belonged.”

BEFORE CLARKSON—Played this past season for the Ontario Hockey Academy (OHA) Mavericks ... Seved as an assistant captain ... Member of Canadian Women’s U-18 Team Member; 2009 Summer Series vs. Team USA ... Invited to the 2009 Canadian Women’s U-18 Selection Camp ... Won Bronze at the 2009 Canadian U-18 Nationals as a member of Team Quebec ... Won Silver at the 2008 Canadian U-18 Nationals as a member of Team Quebec, PERSONAL—Daughter of Louise Tardif and Marquis Lambert ... Born on November 22, 1992 ... Shoots left ... Business major ... Has an older sister, Valerie ... Strong student who was an Ontario Scholar at OHA ... Won the award for Personality Sportive of the Year (Young Personalities 2009); Personality Zenith 2009 ... Participated at the Quebec’s Games in three different sports: Soccer, Hockey and Triathlon ... Lists Sidney Crosby as her favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Cornell, Maine, Northeastern, St. Lawrence, UConn, Bemidji State and Princeton. WHY CLARKSON—"As soon as I visited Clarkson and I watched a hockey game, I knew it was a school for me. They have good academics programs and a good hockey program. The atmosphere around the small campus and at the rink was exactly what I was looking for. I liked the chemistry between the teachers and the students and also the chemistry between the coaches and the players."

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JENNA

EMILY

Freshman • Goaltender • 5-5 • 9/24/92 Little Canada, Minnesota

Freshman • Goaltender • 5-6 • 2/8/93 Hamilton, Ontario

BOSS

HORN

BEFORE CLARKSON—Played last season for the Roseville Raiders in Minnesota where she acted as team captain ... Was a 2010 All-Conference selection as well as a 2010 All State Honorable Mention ... Received numerous awards including the 2010 Hobey Baker Character Award; 2010 Herb Brooks Award Finalist; the 2010 Raider Award; and the 2011 Minnesota Hockey Champions Award ... Was a member of the 2009 Minnesota High School AA Girls Hockey State Championship team as well as the 2010 UMHSEL Championship team. PERSONAL—Daughter of Shelly and Todd Boss ... Born on September 24, 1992 ... Catches Left ... Communications major ... Has two older brothers, Justin and Joey ... Received All-Conference Honors in 2009, 2010, and 2011 for her varsity lacrosse team at Roseville H.S. where she also served as co-captain in 2010 and 2011 ... Received academic honors in 2010 and 2011, and won the Academic Presidential Award in 2007 ... Also Likes to do volunteer work, helping out the Humane Society, Salvation Army, and Feed My Starving Children ... Lists Lance Armstrong as her favorite athlete ... Also recruited by UW Eau Claire, Manhattanville, UW Superior and Concordia.

BEFORE CLARKSON—Played for the Brampton Junior Thunder last season ... Named Girls Varsity Hockey MVP in 2010 ... Received Athlete of the Year honors in 2007. PERSONAL—Daughter of Carrie and Steve Horn ... Born on February 8, 1993 ... Catches Left ... Psychology/Pre-Physical Therapy major ... Strong student at St. Jean de Brebeuf earning academic honors in Grades 11 and 12 ... Has an older brother, Brad ... Likes snowboarding .... Lists Shannon Szabados as her favorite athlete ... Has volunteered at the Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club ... Also recruited by Princeton and Niagara. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson for many reasons. It is located in a small town that is all about hockey. The school itself is phenomenal; size, atmosphere in and out of the rink, hockey program, academics, and reputation, along with a great team made my decision to become a Golden Knight that much easier. The coaches are dedicated and I know they will push me to be the best that I can be. There was no doubt in my mind that I wanted to spend the next four years wearing the Green and Gold."

WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because the small community makes me feel like I am in a big family, and brings me closer to everyone.”

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2010-11 ECAC HOCKEY STANDINGS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Cornell Harvard Dartmouth Princeton Quinnipiac CLARKSON St. Lawrence Rensselaer Yale Colgate 11 Brown 12. Union

GP 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22

ECAC Record 20-1-1 14-5-3 15-7-0 13-8-1 12-9-1 10-8-4 11-11-0 8-12-2 8-12-2 8-12-2 1-17-4 1-19-2

Pts 41 31 30 27 25 24 22 18 18 18 6 4

GF-GA 99-20 68-43 74-51 51-42 58-43 50-46 51-48 43-55 42-54 39-62 28-81 18-76

GP 35 32 34 31 37 37 36 35 29 33 29 34

Overall Record 31-3-1 17-11-4 22-12-0 16-14-1 22-12-3 14-17-6 16-18-2 10-18-7 9-17-3 11-19-3 2-23-4 2-29-3

GF-GA 157-39 97-76 112-81 68-64 105-63 76-85 90-96 63-97 52-73 63-95 38-114 33-109

ECAC Playoffs Quarterfinal Round—February 25 - February 27 at Campus Sites #3 Dartmouth defeated #6 CLARKSON 2-1 (1-4, 4-2,4-3OT) at Thompson Arena, Hanover, NH #1 Cornell defeated #8 Rensselaer, 2-0 (3-2ot, 6-1) at Lynah Rink, Ithaca, NY #2 Harvard defeated #7 St. Lawrence, 2-0 (6-1, 8-3) at at Bright Hockey Center, Cambridge, MA #5 Quinnipiac defeated #4Princeton 2-0 (2-1, 2-0) at Baker Rink, Princeton, NJ Semifinal Round—March 3 at Campus Sites

ECAC HOCKEY DIRECTORY

Steve Hagwell Commissioner: ECAC Hockey 51 South Pearl Street Albany, NY 12207 phone: 518-487-2289 fax: 518-487-2290 email: shagwell@ecachockey.com

Ed Krajewski Assistant Commissioner phone: 518-487-2288 fax: 518-487-2290 e-mail: ekrajewski@ecachockey.com

Tom Di Fusco Supervisor of Women's Officials phone: 518-487-2288 fax: 518-487-2290 e-mail: tdifusco@1211@hotmail.com Website: www.ecachockey.com

Cornell 4 - Quinnipiac 3, Ithaca, NY Dartmouth 4 - Harvard 1, Cambridge, MA Championship Game—March 5 at Lynah Rink, Ithaca, NY Cornell 3 - Dartmouth 0

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2011-12 OPPONENTS UNIVERSITY of VERMONT RMONT MONT— Sept. p . 30 - (A) ............................. .... .... ......... ........... .. Nickname ...........................................................................................Catamounts ................................ ... .......... Location/Conference..........................................................Burlington, VT/HEA ................................................. Enrollment:..................................................................................................... 7,500 .................................... .... ......... ... Head Coach:....................................................................................Tim Bothwell Arena (capacity)................................................Gutterson Fieldhouse (4,035) ................. ... .....................Gutt Series vs Clarkson:..................................................................................... 1-13-2

BOSTON UNIVERSITY — Oct. 21 (H) Nickname ...................................................................................................Terriers ...................................... ........................................ Location/Conference..............................................................Boston, MA/HEA ...................................... ....................................... Enrollment:...................................................................................................16,572 ...................................... ................................. ................ Head Coach:............................................................................... Brian Durocher Arena (capacity)..................................................Walter Brown Arena (3,684) ............................... .................................W Wa Series vs Clarkson:........................................................................................1-2-0 ......................................

ST. LAWRENCE — Oct. 1 (A), Jan. 20 (A), Jan. 21 (H) Nickname .......................................................................................................Saints ................................. .............................. Location/Conference.......................................................... Canton, NY/ECAC ............. ... .......... ....................... Enrollment:..................................................................................................... 2,000 ........ .................... .... . ............. Head Coach:....................................................................................... Chris Wells ..................... .............................. ..... .... Arena (capacity)..........................................................Appleton Arena (3,000) ........ ............... .............. ................... Series vs Clarkson:..................................................................................... 13-7-3

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE — Oct. 8 (H) Nickname .......................................................................................................Friars .................................................. ............................... .................... Location/Conference......................................................... .................................................. .... ........ ... ................................................... .. ............ Providence, RI/HEA Enrollment:..................................................................................................... 3,700 .................................................. ... .......... .................................. ........................ .................................................. ................. ...... ................................ ............................ Head Coach:....................................................................................Bob Deraney ...........................................Schn S h Arena (capacity)..........................................................Schneider Arena (3,030) Series vs Clarkson:........................................................................................1-2-1

UNIVERSITY of NEW HAMPSHIRE — Oct. 22 (H)

UNIVERSITY of CONNECTICUT — Oct. 9 (H)

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE — Oct. 28 (H), Nov. 19 (A)

................. ........................... ........................ ................. Nickname ...................................................................................................Huskies ................................. ............................................ Location/Conference................................................................. Storrs,VT/HEA ............................... .............................. .................. ............. Enrollment:...................................................................................................23,419 ................................................. ................................... ..... Head Coach:...............................................................................Heather Linstad Arena (capacity)...........................................................Fretias .................... ....... ................... .. .... .......................... .....Fret Ice Arena (2,000) Series vs Clarkson:........................................................................................1-1-0 ............... ......................... .................... ....................... ...............

.................... ....................................... Nickname ...............................................................................................Big Green ........................................... Location/Conference.........................................................Hanover, NY/ECAC .................................... ....................................... Enrollment:..................................................................................................... 4,200 .................................... ....................................... Head Coach:......................................................................................Mark Hudak Arena (capacity).......................................................Thompson Arena (4,500) .................................... .................................. Series vs Clarkson:..................................................................................... 10-4-3 ....................................

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY — Oct. 14 (A), Oct. 15 (H)

HARVARD UNIVERSITY — Oct. 29 (H), Nov. 18 (A)

Nickname ................................................................................................... Orange ........................................ Location/Conference.......................................................... Syracuse, NY/CHA ........................................ Enrollment:...................................................................................................19,084 .............................. . .......... Head Coach:.................................................................................... Paul Flanagan .............................................. Arena (capacity)........................................... ............................. Tennity Tennn Ice Skating Pavilion (n/a) Te Series vs Clarkson:........................................................................................1-1-0 ................................

Nickname ................................................................................................. Crimson ................................. ............................................................................. Location/Conference....................................................Cambridge, MA/ECAC ................................. ................................. Enrollment:..................................................................................................... 6,671 ................................. ......................................... Head Coach:......................................................................................Katey Stone ........... .... ............................... Arena (capacity)............................................... Hockey Center (2,776) ....................................... Bright B Series vs Clarkson:..................................................................................... 14-5-2 .................................

Nickname ................................................................................................. Wildcats ................................................. .............................. .......... ........ ....... ............... Location/Conference........................................................... Durham, NH/HEA ................................................. ..................................... ................................... Enrollment:...................................................................................................12,454 ................................................. ......................................... ....................... ...... ............... ................................................. ...................... ..................... .... .................. Head Coach:............................................................................. Brian McCloskey ........................................................ .......... W Whi Arena (capacity)........................................................Whittemore Center (6,110) ................................................. Series vs Clarkson:........................................................................................1-2-0

UNION COLLEGE — Nov. 4 (A), Dec. 3 (H) Nickname ........................................................................................ Dutchwomen ....................................... ...... ............................... ...................... Location/Conference..................................................Schenectady, NY/ECAC ....................................... ..................................... Enrollment:..................................................................................................... 2,000 ....................................... ....................................... Head Coach:................................................................ Claudia Asano Barcomb ....................................... ....................................... Arena (capacity)....................................................Frank L. Messa Rink (2,225) .....................................F ....................................... .. Series vs Clarkson:..................................................................................... 0-16-0 ....................................... .......................................................

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2011-12 OPPONENTS RENSSELAER — Nov. 5 (A), Dec. 2 (H) Nickname .................................................................................................Engineers ............................................ ............................................ Location/Conference................................................................. Troy, NY/ECAC ............................................ .................................................... Enrollment:...................................................................................................... 4,500 ............................................ ........ .. ................. . ........................ Head Coach:......................................................................................... John Burke ............................................ ............................................ Arena (capacity)...................................................Houston Field House (5,217) ..................................................H Ho Series vs Clarkson:.........................................................................................4-6-2 ............................................ ...........................................

YALE UNIVERSITY — Jan. 13 (A), Feb. 4 (H) Nickname ..................................................................................................Bulldogs ..................................... ................................ Location/Conference...................................................New Haven, CT/ECAC ..................................... .............................................. . .... ........ .... . Enrollment:...................................................................................................10.000 ..................................... ......................................... Head Coach:......................................................................................Joakim Flygh ..................................... ................................... Arena (capacity)................................................................... Ingalls Rink (3,486) ..................................... ..................................... Series vs Clarkson:........................................................................................5-9-0 .....................................

QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY — Nov. 11 (H), Feb. 11 (A)

BROWN UNIVERSITY — Jan. 14 (A), Feb. 3 (H) Nickname ....................................................................................................... Bears ............................. ............................. Location/Conference...................................................... Providence, RI/ECAC ............................. .............................. Enrollment:..................................................................................................... 5,722 ...................................... Head Coach:.................................................................................Amy Bourbeau ............................. ............................. Arena (capacity)................................................... Auditorium (2,495) ........................... .............................. . Meehan M Series vs Clarkson:........................................................................................4-9-1 .............................

Nickname ...................................................................................................Bobcats ......................................... .. ....................... Location/Conference.........................................................Hamden, CT/ECAC ......................................... ....................... ............... ....................... Enrollment:..................................................................................................... 7,000 ......................................... ................... ............. .......................... Head Coach:........................................................................................Rick Seeley ......................................... ............................ ....................... Arena (capacity)........................................TD Sports Ctr. (3,084) ..........................................TD . TD T Banknorth Ba Series vs Clarkson:..................................................................................... 3-11-2 .........................................

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY — Nov. 12 (H), Feb. 10 (A) Nickname ......................................................................................................Tigers .................................. ...................................... ... ...... Location/Conference...................................................... Princeton, NY/ECAC .................................. .................................... Enrollment:..................................................................................................... 4,600 .................................. ..................................... Head Coach:.................................................................................. Jeff Kampersal .................................. ................ . ................ Arena (capacity)...................................................... Hobey Baker Rink (2,100) .................................. ................................... Series vs Clarkson:..................................................................................... 11-5-1 .................................. .............................

COLGATE UNIVERSITY — Jan. 27 (H), Feb. 18 (A) Nickname ....................................................................................................Raiders ...................................... Location/Conference....................................................... Hamilton, NY/ECAC .............................. ............................ ... Enrollment:..................................................................................................... 2,800 ................................................... Head Coach:....................................................................................... Scott Wiley ................. .. ............................................... Arena (capacity)..................................................................... Starr Rink (2,246) ................... .. ............................. .. ....... ... Series vs Clarkson:........................................................................................6-6-4 .............. ..............................................

NIAGARA UNIVERSITY — Dec. 10-11 (A) Nickname ......................................................................................... Purple Eagles Location/Conferencee... ................................................... Falls, NY/CHA ....... ........................ .................... .............. ... ............................ Niagara Nia Enrollment:..................................................................................................... 3,800 ..................................... .......... .......................... ............. ..... ........... Head Coach:............................................................................... Chris McKenzie ........................... ........... ..... .......... ............................................ Arena (capacity)............................................................... Arena (3,800) ....................................................... Dwyer D Series vs Clarkson:........................................................................................4-6-2

CORNELL UNIVERSITY — Jan. 28 (H), Feb. 17 (A) Nickname ................................................................................................... Big Red Location/Conference.......................................................... Cornell, NY/ECAC .................................... ............................ ... ......... Enrollment:...................................................................................................13,500 .................................... ......................... ......... ........... Head Coach:............................................................................... Doug Derraugh .................................... ................ ... ................................ Arena (capacity)....................................................................Lynah Rink (4,267) .................................... .......................................... Series vs Clarkson:........................................................................................6-9-2 .................................... .......................... .................

NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY — Jan. 5 (A) Nickname ...................................................................................................Huskies ...................................... .................... .................................... Location/Conference..............................................................Boston, MA/HEA ...................................... .............. ... .......... ............................ .. Enrollment:...................................................................................................14,447 ...................................... ........................ ........... . ............. Head Coach:......................................................................................... Dave Flint ...................................... ......................................... Arena (capacity).......................................................... Matthews Arena (5,900) ...................................... ................................................... Series vs Clarkson:........................................................................................1-3-0 ......................................

BOSTON COLLEGE — Jan. 6 (A) Nickname ...................................................................................................... Eagles ..................................... Location/Conference..............................................................Boston, MA/HEA ..................................... .............................................. Enrollment:..................................................................................................... 8,900 ..................................... .......................... ................................... Head Coach:......................................................................................... Katie King ..................................... .............................................. Arena (capacity)...............................................................Conte Forum (7,884) ..................................... ................................................... .. Series vs Clarkson:........................................................................................3-3-3 .....................................

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Clarkson gained its first ever wins against Princeton when the Knights knocked off the Tigers in the 2008 ECAC Quarterfinals, winning the 3-game series, 2-1.

CLARKSON vs. the OPPOSITION First

(2011-12 OPPONENTS IN CAPS)

Last

Shutouts

Team

Played

Played

GP

W

L

T

GF

GA

F

BOSTON COLLEGE

2004-05

2009-10

9

3

3

3

14

16

1

A 3

BOSTON UNIVERSITY

2008-09

2010-11

3

1

2

0

10

7

0

0

Bowdoin

2003-04

2003-04

1

1

0

0

2

1

0

0

BROWN

2004-05

2010-11

14

9

4

1

34

16

4

2

Colby

2003-04

2003-04

1

1

0

0

11

1

0

0

COLGATE

2003-04

2010-11

16

6

6

4

29

29

2

1

CONNECTICUT

2009-10

2010-11

2

1

1

0

5

3

1

0

CORNELL

2003-04

2010-11

17

9

6

2

41

34

2

2

DARTMOUTH

2004-05

2010-11

17

4

10

3

35

52

1

1

Elmira

2003-04

2004-05

3

3

0

0

11

3

1

0

Findlay

2003-04

2003-04

2

0

1

1

3

6

0

0

HARVARD

2004-05

2010-11

21

5

14

2

30

62

1

7

Maine

2007-08

2008-09

4

4

0

0

10

3

2

0

Mercyhurst

2004-05

2009-10

12

3

6

3

30

41

0

1

Middlebury

2003-04

2003-04

1

1

0

0

6

2

0

0

Minnesota

2009-10

2010-11

5

0

5

0

2

17

0

4

UNIV. of NEW HAMPSHIRE

2008-09

2010-11

3

1

2

0

8

6

0

0

NIAGARA

2003-04

2008-09

12

6

4

2

23

20

3

2

North Dakota

2003-04

2003-04

2

0

2

0

2

9

0

1

NORTHEASTERN

2003-04

2006-07

4

3

1

0

12

4

1

1

Plattsburgh

2003-04

2004-05

3

3

0

0

9

3

0

0

PRINCETON

2004-05

2010-11

17

5

11

1

21

29

1

6

PROVIDENCE

2004-05

2010-11

4

2

1

1

10

12

0

1

RENSSELAER

2003-04

2010-11

12

6

4

2

28

20

1

0

QUINNIPIAC

2003-04

2010-11

16

11

3

2

51

24

4

0

Robert Morris

2005-06

2007-08

5

4

1

0

12

4

3

0

Sacred Heart

2003-04

2003-04

2

2

0

0

14

0

2

0

ST. LAWRENCE

2004-05

2010-11

23

7

13

3

45

49

2

1

SYRACUSE

2010-11

2010-11

2

1

1

0

4

5

0

0

UNION

2003-04

2010-11

16

16

0

0

74

4

12

0

Utica

2003-04

2003-04

1

1

0

0

6

2

0

0

VERMONT

2003-04

2010-11

16

13

1

2

58

13

7

0

Wayne State

2003-04

2007-08

11

5

3

3

36

18

3

0

YALE

2004-05

2010-11

14

9

5

0

35

22

4

1

HIGHS

AND

LOWS

VS. THE

OPPOSITION

Most Game Played ............... 23 vs St. Lawrence

Most Goals Allowed .................... 62 vs Harvard

Most Wins .......................................... 16 vs Union

Most Shutouts ................................... 12 vs Union

Most Losses ................................... 14 vs Harvard

Most Times Shutout....................... 7 vs Harvard

Most Ties ........................................... 4 vs Colgate Most Goals Scored .......................... 74 vs Union

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The Golden Knights posted their most wins ever in 2007-08, with a 24-9-5 record, and placed 8th in the final USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine poll.

Golden Knights

TRADITION YEAR-BY-YEAR NCAA DIVISION I RECORDS ECAC HOCKEY Year

GP

W

L

T

Win%

GF

GA

W

L

T

Place

GF

2003-04

31

16

12

3

.565

86

55

2004-05

36

13

17

6

.444

71

77

7

12

1

8th

34

2005-06

37

22

14

1

.608

87

52

12

8

0

T-3rd

2006-07

36

18

15

3

.542

96

74

10

10

2

2007-08

38

24

9

5

.697

107

54

13

6

2008-09

36

16

14

6

.528

94

70

10

2009-10

40

23

12

5

.638

104

69

2010-11

37

14

17

6

.459

122

Totals

291

146

110

35

.562

767

GA

Coach

Captain

R. Seeley

K. Allgood

42

R. Seeley

L. Williams

49

27

R. Seeley

L. Williams

T-6th

52

47

R. Seeley

L. Williams

3

4th

66

35

R. Seeley

K. Morrison

8

4

7th

51

38

M.&S. Desrosiers

K. McKenney

14

5

3

2nd

47

28

M.&S. Desrosiers

B. Selina

123

10

8

4

6th

50

46

M.&S. Desrosiers

C. Olson

574

76

57

17

249

263

TEAM RECORDS Most Games Played 40 2009-10 (won 23, lost 12, tied 5) Most Games Won 24 2007-08 (won 24, lost 9, tied 5) Most Games Lost 17 2004-05 (won 13, lost 17, tied 6) 2010-11 (won 14, lost 17, tied 6) Most Games Tied 6 2004-05 (won 13, lost 17, tied 6) 2008-09 (won 16, lost 14, tied 6) 2010-11 (won 14, lost 17, tied 6) Most Goals Scored Single Game: 11—twice vs Colby, December 6, 2003 (11-1 at Cheel Arena) vs Sacred Heart, February 8, 2004 (11-0 at Cheel Arena) Season: 107—2007-08 (38 games, won 24, lost 9, tied 5) Average: 2.82—2007-08 (38 games, 107 goals)

Most Overtime Games Played 13 2010-11 (won 3, lost 4, tied 6) Most Overtime Games Won 3 2010-11 (won 3, lost 4, tied 6) Longest Winning Streak 8 (11/18/06 - 1/5/07) Longest Unbeaten Streak 8 (twice) 8-0-0 (11/18/06 - 1/5/07) 7-0-1 (10/21/05 - 11/13/05) Longest Losing Streak 4 (three times) (last time - 12/3/10 - 1/8/11) Longest Winless Streak 6 0-5-1 (11/9/03 - 11/29/03)

Best Record at Cheel Arena 2009-10 (won 17, lost 3, tied 2) Fastest Clarkson Goal 7 seconds in 1st by Lindsay Williams - in 9-0 win over Vermont at Cheel, 9/29/06 Most Attendance at Cheel Arnea 1,946—in 2-0 win over St. Lawrence, on December 2, 2005 Most Attendance on the Road 2,136—in 3-1 loss at St. Lawrence, on November 30, 2005

Long-time coach and Clarkson Athletic Hall of Fame inductee, Ron Frazer '44 dropped the ceremonial puck at the Knights' first home game as an NCAA program on October 25, 2003 vs Vermont.

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2004-05 (13-17-6, 7-12-1 - 8th ECAC) Coach: RICK SEELEY

2003-04 (16-12-3) Coach: RICK SEELEY 10/10 10/11 10/17 10/18 10/25 10/26 10/31 11/1 11/8 11/9 11/14 11/15 11/16 11/28 11/29 12/6 12/7 1/2 1/3 1/5 1/9 1/10 1/12 1/20 1/23 1/24 1/31 2/1 2/7 2/8 2/14 2/15 2/21 2/22

BLUEWATER (exh) BRAMPTON (exh) Niagara Niagara VERMONT VERMONT Elmira Elmira Cornell Colgate Northeastern Quinnipiac Rensselaer COLGATE CORNELL COLBY BOWDOIN Findlay Findlay Wayne State Union Union NORTH DAKOTA UTICA Middlebury Plattsburgh WAYNE STATE WAYNE STATE SACRED HEART SACRED HEART QUINNIPIAC PLATTSBURGH North Dakota North Dakota

HOME GAMES in CAPS

L 1-6 W 2-1 L 0-2 W 2-1 T 1-1 ot W 1-0 W 2-1 W 3-0 W 2-1 L 2-4 L 0-1 L 3-5 T 2-2 ot L 1-2 L 2-5 W 11-1 W 2-1 L 1-4 T 2-2 ot W 3-0 W 4-0 W 5-1 L 2-5 W 6-2 W 6-2 W 4-1 L 1-2 L 1-2 W 3-0 W 11-0 L 1-2 W 2-1 cancelled L 0-4

10/8 10/16 10/17 10/22 10/23 10/29 10/30 11/6 11/7 11/13 11/19 11/20 11/27 11/28 12/3 12/4 1/1 1/2 1/7 1/8 1/14 1/15 1/22 1/23 1/28 1/29 2/4 2/5 2/11 2/12 2/15 2/18 2/19 2/25 2/26 3/4 3/5

CONCORDIA (exh) * UNION * UNION WAYNE STATE WAYNE STATE Mercyhurst Mercyhurst Providence Northeastern ELMIRA * Brown * Harvard * St. Lawrence * ST. LAWRENCE NIAGARA NIAGARA ^ Boston College ^ Boston College * YALE * PRINCETON * Dartmouth * Vermont QUINNIPIAC QUINNIPIAC * COLGATE * CORNELL * Princeton * Yale * VERMONT * DARTMOUTH PLATTSBURGH * HARVARD * BROWN * Cornell * Colgate $ Harvard $ Harvard

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

2005-06 (22-14-1, 12-8-0 - T-3rd ECAC) Coach: RICK SEELEY

4-1 2-1 4-0 4-4 ot 3-3 ot 1-2 1-4 3-3 ot 2-1 6-2 1-2 0-4 2-3 1-1 ot 1-0 4-3 0-1 1-1 ot 1-2 ot 0-3 2-5 4-0 2-2 ot 5-0 1-3 2-0 1-2 ot 0-2 3-0 2-4 3-1 0-5 3-2 4-1 1-2 0-5 1-3

10/7 10/8 10/14 10/15 10/21 10/22 10/29 10/30 11/5 11/6 11/12 11/13 11/18 11/19 11/30 12/2 12/9 12/10 12/30 12/31 1/7 1/13 1/14 1/20 1/21 1/28 2/3 2/4 2/10 2/11 2/17 2/18 2/24 2/25 3/3 3/4 3/5

* ECAC ^ at Lake Placid $ ECAC Quarterfinals

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Vermont Vermont MERCYHURST MERCYHURST Wayne State Wayne State Union Union NORTHEASTERN PROVIDENCE Harvard Dartmouth Princeton Quinnipiac St. Lawrence ST. LAWRENCE Niagara Niagara Boston College Boston College ROBERT MORRIS BROWN YALE COLGATE CORNELL RENSSELAER QUINNIPIAC PRINCETON Cornell Colgate Yale Brown DARTMOUTH HARVARD Harvard Harvard Harvard

* ECAC ^ at Lake Placid $ ECAC Quarterfinals

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W 3-1 W 2-0 L 1-2 L 0-6 W 2-0 T 1-1 ot W 8-0 W 8-0 W 5-2 W 4-2 W 4-3 W 1-0 L 1-2 W 5-1 L 1-3 W 2-0 L 1-4 L 0-1 W 1-0 W 2-1 ot W 6-0 L 0-1 W 1-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 7-1 W 3-0 L 0-1 ot W 2-1 L 0-2 W 2-0 L 1-3 L 2-6 L 2-3 ot L 0-1 W 2-1 ot L 1-2 2ot

2006-07 (18-15-3, 10-10-2 - T-6th ECAC) Coach: RICK SEELEY 9/29 9/30 10/13 10/14 10/20 10/21 10/27 10/28 11/3 11/4 11/10 11/11 11/17 11/18 11/24 11/25 12/1 12/2 12/8 12/9 1/5 1/6 1/12 1/13 1/19 1/20 1/26 1/27 2/2 2/3 2/10 2/11 2/16 2/17 2/23 2/24

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VERMONT VERMONT Mercyhurst Mercyhurst St. Lawrence ST. LAWRENCE Quinnipiac Princeton HARVARD DARTMOUTH ROBERT MORRIS ROBERT MORRIS Wayne State Wayne State Colgate Cornell YALE BROWN NIAGARA NIAGARA Northeastern Boston College Brown Yale UNION RENSSELAER Dartmouth Harvard CORNELL COLGATE PRINCETON QUINNIPIAC Rensselaer Union St. Lawrence St. Lawrence

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

9-0 4-1 2-5 3-3 ot 1-3 0-5 6-3 1-1 ot 0-2 0-2 1-0 3-1 1-2 6-3 2-1 ot 5-1 4-2 4-1 5-0 2-1 5-0 0-5 0-1 1-5 8-1 3-4 1-4 3-4 1-1 ot 1-0 0-2 4-2 3-2 4-0 2-3 1-3

* ECAC $ ECAC Quarterfinals

2011-12 Clarkson Women's Hockey


2010 NCAA Tournament Team Quarterfinals at University of Minnesota.

Golden Knights 2007-08 (24-9-5, 13-6-3 - 4th ECAC) Coach: RICK SEELEY 9/29 10/5 10/6 10/12 10/13 10/19 10/20 10/26 10/27 11/2 11/3 11/9 11/10 11/16 11/17 11/23 11/24 11/30 12/1 1/5 1/6 1/11 1/12 1/18 1/19 1/25 1/26 2/1 2/2 2/8 2/9 2/15 2/16 2/22 2/23 2/29 3/1 3/2 3/8

STONEY CREEK (exh) W WAYNE STATE W WAYNE STATE W NIAGARA W NIAGARA T Robert Morris L Robert Morris W * Princeton L * Quinnipiac W Maine W Maine W * RENSSELAER W * UNION W MERCYHURST T MERCYHURST W * Harvard L * Dartmouth L * Yale W * Brown W Vermont W Vermont W * DARTMOUTH T * HARVARD L * COLGATE W * CORNELL W * Union W * Rensselaer W * ST. LAWRENCE L * St. Lawrence T * Cornell W * Colgate T * BROWN W * YALE W * QUINNIPIAC W * PRINCETON L $ PRINCETON L $ PRINCETON W $ PRINCETON W ! Harvard L * ECAC $ ECAC Quarterfinals ! ECAC Semifinal at Harvard

2008-09 (16-14-6, 10-8-4 - 7th ECAC) Coaches: SHANNON & MATT DESROSIERS 3-0 7-1 7-0 2-0 2-2 ot 1-3 1-0 2-3 3-1 2-0 1-0 2-1 3-0 2-2 ot 3-2 0-5 1-3 6-0 2-1 5-1 3-1 3-3 ot 1-3 3-1 4-1 6-0 3-0 1-3 2-2 ot 5-3 1-1 ot 5-0 5-1 7-1 1-2 0-1 3-2 ot 2-1 0-3

9/27 10/4 10/5 10/18 10/19 10/24 10/25 10/31 11/1 11/7 11/8 11/14 11/15 11/21 11/22 11/29 11/30 12/5 12/6 1/9 1/10 1/16 1/17 1/21 1/23 1/24 1/30 1/31 2/4 2/6 2/7 2/13 2/14 2/20 2/21 2/27 2/28

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OTTAWA PWHL (exh) Boston College Boston College Boston University Univ. New Hampshire MERCYHURST MERCYHURST Niagara Niagara Brown Yale HARVARD DARTMOUTH Quinnipiac Princeton VERMONT VERMONT CORNELL COLGATE MAINE MAINE YALE BROWN St. Lawrence Rensselaer Union Colgate Cornell ST. LAWRENCE UNION RENSSELAER PRINCETON QUINNIPIAC Dartmouth Harvard St. Lawrence St. Lawrence

* ECAC $ ECAC Quarterfinals

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

4-2 0-2 4-4ot 1-2 1-2 5-2 4-2 1-3 3-3ot 6-0 2-3 3-0 2-2ot 2-0 3-2ot 4-2 9-1 2-3 2-2ot 3-2 4-1 4-1 2-1 1-2 1-2 3-0 1-1ot 1-4 2-1 6-0 1-2 1-2 2-0 4-4ot 1-6 3-4ot 1-2

2009-10 (23-12-5, 14-5-3 - 2nd ECAC) Coaches: SHANNON & MATT DESROSIERS 9/26 10/2 10/3 10/9 10/10 10/16 10/17 10/23 10/24 10/27 10/30 10/31 11/6 11/7 11/13 11/14 11/27 11/28 12/4 12/5 1/8 1/9 1/15 1/16 1/22 1/23 1/29 1/30 2/2 2/5 2/6 2/12 2/13 2/19 2/20 2/26 2/27 2/28 3/5 3/7 3/13

OTTAWA PWHL (exh) BOSTON COLLEGE BOSTON COLLEGE PROVIDENCE CONNECTICUT Vermont Vermont NEW HAMPSHIRE BOSTON UNIV. * ST. LAWRENCE * BROWN * YALE * Harvard * Dartmouth * Cornell * Colgate Minnesota Minnesota * QUINNIPIAC * PRINCETON * Union * Rensselaer Mercyhurst Mercyhurst * Yale * Brown * COLGATE * CORNELL * St. Lawrence * RENSSELAER * UNION * Princeton * Quinnipiac * DARTMOUTH * HARVARD $ ST. LAWRENCE $ ST. LAWRENCE $ ST. LAWRENCE # HARVARD & Cornell ! Minnesota

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

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

2010-11 (14-17-6, 10-8-4 - 6th ECAC) Coaches: SHANNON & MATT DESROSIERS 9/24 10/1 10/2 10/9 10/10 10/15 10/16 10/22 10/23 10/29 10/30 11/5 11/12 11/16 11/19 11/20 11/27 11/28 12/3 12/4 1/7 1/8 1/14 1/15 1/21 1/22 1/28 1/29 2/4 2/5 2/11 2/12 2/15 2/18 2/19 2/25 2/26 2/27

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BLUEWATER (exh) MINNESOTA MINNESOTA Connecticut Providence ST. LAWRENCE St. Lawrence New Hampshire Boston University UNION RENSSELAER Syracuse SYRACUSE ST. LAWRENCE Brown Yale VERMONT VERMONT Colgate Cornell PRINCETON QUINNIPIAC Dartmouth Harvard YALE BROWN Quinnipiac Princeton CORNELL COLGATE HARVARD DARTMOUTH St. Lawrence Rensselaer Union Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth

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

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

* ECAC $ ECAC Quarterfinals

* ECAC $ ECAC Quarterfinals # ECAC Semifinal & ECAC Championship ! NCAA Quarterfinal

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Ashley Shaidle 07 holds the Clarkson record for most goals in a game with five, and shares the team mark for most assists (4) and points (6) in a game.

CLARKSON SCORING RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL SCORING RECORDS

YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORING LEADERS Goals

Assists

Points

2003-04

K. Allgood

18

A. Shaidle

16

K. Allgood

33

2004-05

J. Nolan

14

K. Morrison

13

J. Nolan

21

2005-06

A. Shaidle

17

B. Beazer

16

A. Shaidle

31

2006-07

G. Lavoie

23

B. Selina

19

G. Lavoie

36

2007-08

M. Gaudet

24

B. Selina

44

B. Selina

26

G. Lavoie

26

2008-09

M. Gaudet

21

B. Selina

27

M. Gaudet

40

2009-10

D. Thibault

21

B. Selina

26

D. Thibault

40

2010-11

M. Waldie

15

J. Rattray

18

J. Rattray

25

The Golden Knights' All-Time Leading Scorer with 148 points (50-98) Britney Selina '10

Clarkson's All-Time Leading Goal Scorer with 67 Melissa Waldie '11

ALL-TIME HAT TRICKS 2003-04 Dec. 6 - Ashley Shaidle (5) - Lindsay Williams (4) 11-1 W(H) vs Colby Jan. 9 - Kate Allgood 4-0 W(H) vs Union Feb. 8 - Kate Allgood (4) 11-0 W(H) vs Sacred Heart 2004-05 none 2005-06 Oct. 30 - Christine Bailkowski 8-0 W(A) at Union 2006-07 Oct. 27 - Christine Bailkowski 6-3 W(A) at Quinnipiac Nov. 18 - Genevieve Lavoie 6-3 W(A) at Wayne State Nov. 25 - Britney Selina 5-1 W(A) at Cornell Dec. 1 - Genevieve Lavoie 4-2 W(H) vs Yale

Dec. 2 - Genevieve Lavoie 4-1 W(H) vs Brown Jan. 19 - Britney Selina 8-1 W(H) vs Union 2007-08 Jan.19 - Marie-Jo Gaudet 4-1 W(H) vs Cornell Nov. 30 - Melissa Waldie - Marie-Jo Gaudet 6-0 W(A) at Yale 2008-09 Nov. 29 - Juana Baribeau (4) 4-2 W(H) vs Vermont Jan. 9 - Marie-Jo arie-Jo Gaudet 3-2 W(H) vs Maine Maaine 2009-10 none 2010-11 none Genevieve Lavoie '10

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Most Goals/Single Game 5 Ashley Shaidle—12/6/03 vs Colby in 11-1 win Most Goals/Season 24 Marie-Jo Gaudet—2007-08 (38 games) Most Goals/Career 67 Melissa Waldie—2007-11 (149 games) Most Assists/Single Game 4 Ashley Shaidle—2/8/04 vs Sacred Heart (2-4) in 11-0 win Genevieve Lavoie—11/30/08 vs Vermont (2-4) in 9-1 win Britney Selina—10/24/09 vs Boston University (0-4) in 7-2 win Most Assists/Season 27 Britney Selina—2008-09 (36 games) Most Assists/Career 98 Britney Selina—2006-10 (148 games) Most Points/Single Game 6 Ashley Shaidle—2/8/04 vs Sacred Heart (2-4) in 11-0 win Genevieve Lavoie—11/30/08 vs Vermont (2-4) in 9-1 win Most Points/Season 44 Britney Selina—2007-08 (18 goals, 26 assists, 37 games) Most Points/Career 148 Britney Selina—2006-10 (50 goals, 98 assists, 148 games) Most Points by a Senior 40 Marie-Jo Gaudet—2005-09 (21 goals, 19 assists, 36 games) 40 Dominique Thibault—2009-10 (21 goals, 19 assists, 39 games) Most Points by a Junior 37 Britney Selina—2008-09 (10 goals, 27 assists, 36 games) Most Points by a Sophomore 44 Britney Selina—2007-08 (18 goals, 26 assists, 37 games) Most Points by a Freshman 36 Genevieve Lavoie—2006-07 (23 goals, 13 assists, 36 games) 36 Melissa Waldie—2007-08 (19 goals, 17 assists, 38 games) Most Power-Play Goals in a Season 11 Genevieve Lavoie—2006-07 Most Power-Play Goals in a Career 31 Melissa Waldie—2007-2011 (149 games) Most Shorthanded Goals in a Season 2 Ashley Shaidle—2003-04 2 Britney Selina—2006-07 2 Christine Bailkowski—2006-07 Most Shorthanded Goals in a Career 5 Britney Selina—2006-10 (148 games) Most Game-Winning Goals in a Season 7 M.J. Gaudet—2007-08, M.Waldie—2008-09 Most Game-Winning Goals in a Career 19 Melissa Waldie—2007-2011 (149 games) Most Hat Tricks in a Season 3 Genevieve Lavoie—2006-07 Most Hat Tricks in a Career 3 G. Lavoie—2006-09, M.J. Gaudet—2005-09 Most Penalty Minutes in a Season 40 S. Doyon, B. Mulligan, K. Gillanders Most Penalty Minutes in a Career 113 K. Gillanders—2008-11 (113 min./51 pen.) 2011-12 Clarkson Women's Hockey


Lauren Dahm boasted the lowest goals against average (1.03 GAA) in the nation during her freshman campaign of 2007-08.

Golden Knights

CLARKSON GOALTENDING RECORDS GOALTENDING LEADERS 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

(minimum 10 games played)

Save Percentage S. Hansen . 931 (10) K. Hurley .917 (30) K. Hurley .937 (35) S. Hansen .917 (15) L. Dahm .939 (14) L. Dahm .926 (29) L. Dahm .932 (39) E. Howe .928 (25)

Goals Against Average K. Hurley 1.82 (24) K. Hurley 2.25 K. Hurley 1.29 S. Hansen 1.59 L. Dahm 1.03 L. Dahm 1.75 L. Dahm 1.59 E. Howe 1.87

Wins K. Hurley 10 K. Hurley 10 K. Hurley 21 S. Hansen 11 E. Grand.-Berube 14 (25) L. Dahm 12 L. Dahm 23 E. Howe 10

ALL-TIME SHUTOUTS 2003-04 Oct. 26 - Kira Hurley - 38 saves vs Vermont Nov. 1 - Kira Hurley - 22 saves 3-0 at Elmira Jan. 5 - Kira Hurley - 29 saves 3-0 at Wayne State Jan. 9 - Kira Hurley - 17 saves 4-0 at Union Feb. 7 - Stephanie Hanson - 5 saves 3-0 vs Sacred Heart Feb. 8 - Jessica Finley - 5 saves 11-0 vs Sacred Heart 2004-05 Oct. 17 - Stephanie Hanson - 23 saves 4-0 vs Union Dec. 3 - Kira Hurley - 31 saves 1-0 vs Niagara Jan. 15 - Stephanie Hanson - 15 saves 4-0 at Vermont Jan. 23 - Jessica Finley - 12 saves 5-0 vs Quinnipiac Jan. 29 - Kira Hurley - 22 saves 2-0 vs Cornell Feb. 11 - Kira Hurley - 20 saves 3-0 vs Vermont 2005-06 Oct. 8 - Kira Hurley - 17 saves 2-0 at Vermont Oct. 21 - Kira Hurley - 17 saves 2-0 at Wayne State Oct. 29 - Kira Hurley - 10 saves 8-0 at Union Oct. 30 - Kira Hurley - 8 saves 8-0 at Union Nov. 13 - Kira Hurley - 16 saves 1-0 at Dartmouth Dec. 2 - Kira Hurley - 34 saves 2-0 vs St. Lawrence Dec. 30 - Kira Hurley - 20 saves 1-0 BC in Lake Placid

Jan. 7 - Jessica Finley - 5 saves 6-0 vs Robert Morris - 8 saves Stephanie Hanson Jan. 14 - Kira Hurley - 19 saves 1-0 vs Yale Jan. 21 - Kira Hurley - 7 saves 3-0 vs Cornell - 0 saves Jessica Finley Feb. 3 - Kira Hurley - 19 saves 3-0 vs Quinnipiac Feb. 17 - Kira Hurley - 28 saves 2-0 at Yale

GOALTENDING RECORDS Lowest Goals Against Average in a Season: 1.03—Lauren Dahm, 2007-08 (14 games, 14 goals) Highest Save Percentage in a Season: .939—Lauren Dahm, 2007-08 (14 games, 214 saves, 14 goals) Most Saves in a Game: 51— Kira Hurley, 3/5/06 at Harvard in Game 3 ECACHL Quarterfinals (2-1 2ot loss) Most Saves in a Period: 23— Kira Hurley, 1/3/04 at Findlay (1st period of 2-2 ot tie) Lauren Dahm, 10/23/10 at Boston Univ. (3rd period of 3-2 loss) Most Saves in a Season: 868— Lauren Dahm, 2009-10 (39 games) Most Saves in a Career: 2,288— Kira Hurley, 2003-07 (112 games) Most Wins in a Career: 49— Lauren Dahm, 2007-11 (49-35-12) Most Wins in a Season: 23— Lauren Dahm, 2009-10

Lauren Dahm

2006-07 Sept. 29 - Kira Hurley - 9 saves 9-0 vs Vermont Nov. 10 - Stephanie Hanson - 16 saves 1-0 vs Robert Morris Dec. 8 - Stephanie Hanson - 15 saves 5-0 vs Niagara Jan. 5 - Stephanie Hanson - 15 saves 5-0 at Northeastern Feb. 3 - Kira Hurley - 20 saves 1-0 vs Colgate Feb. 17 - Kira Hurley - 14 saves 4-0 at Union

Most Shutouts in a Career: 20— Kira Hurley, 2003-07 (112 games) Lauren Dahm, 2007-11 (97 games) Most Shutouts in a Season: 10— Kira Hurley, 2005-06 (35 games) Jan. 25 - Lauren Dahm - 7 saves 6-0 at Union Jan. 26 - Eve Grand.-Berube - 17 saves 3-0 at Rensselaer

2007-08 Sept. 29 - Lauren Dahm - 14 saves 3-0 vs Stoney Creek (exh.) Oct. 6 - Eve Grand.-Berube - 15 saves 7-0 vs Wayne State Oct. 12 - Eve Grand.-Berube - 20 saves 2-0 vs Niagara Oct. 20 - Lauren Dahm - 11 saves 1-0 at Robert Morris Nov. 2 - Eve Grand.-Berube - 12 saves 2-0 at Maine Nov. 3 - Lauren Dahm - 16 saves 1-0 at Maine Nov. 10 - Lauren Dahm - 8 saves 3-0 vs Union Nov. 30 - Eve Grand.-Berube - 20 saves 6-0 at Yale

2008-09 Nov. 7 - Lauren Dahm - 11 saves 6-0 at Brown Nov. 14 - Lauren Dahm - 35 saves 2-0 vs Harvard Nov. 21 - Lauren Dahm - 10 saves 2-0 at Quinnipiac Jan. 24 - Eve Grand.-Berube - 17 saves 3-0 at Union Feb. 6 - Lauren Dahm - 8 saves 6-0 vs Union Feb, 14 - Lauren Dahm - 11 saves 2-0 vs Quinnipiac 2009-10 Oct. 10 - Lauren Dahm - 16 saves 4-0 vs UConn Oct. 16 - Lauren Dahm - 32 saves 4-0 at Vermont

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Oct. 30 - Lauren Dahm - 9 saves 1-0 vs Brown Oct. 31 - Lauren Dahm - 17 saves 2-0 vs Yale Dec. 5 - Lauren Dahm - 29 saves 3-0 vs Princeton Jan. 23 - Lauren Dahm - 28 saves 3-0 at Brown Jan. 29 - Lauren Dahm - 25 saves 3-0 vs Colgate Feb. 6 - Lauren Dahm - 14 saves 3-0 vs Union Feb. 26 - Lauren Dahm - 19 saves 5-0 vs St. Lawrence 2010-11 Oct. 29 - Erica Howe - 16 saves 3-0 vs Union Nov. 28 - Lauren Dahm - 25 saves 4-0 vs Vermont Feb. 19 - Erica Howe - 20 saves 4-0 vs Union

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Kira Hurley '07 is Clarkson's first All-American.

ALL-TIME ALL-STARS 2004-05 EMMA MADIGAN - So., Right Wing - ECACHL All-Academic Team ANDREA MALUTA - So., Defense - ECACHL All-Academic Team KRISTI SHAW - Sr., Center - ECACHL All-Academic Team 2005-06 KIRA HURLEY - Jr., Goaltender - All-America Second-Team Goaltender - ECACHL Goaltender of the Year - ECACHL First-Team Goaltender LINDSAY WILLIAMS - Jr., Forward - Humanitarian Award Finalist SOPHIE DOYON - Fr., Defense - ECACHL All-Rookie Team EMMA MADIGAN - Jr., Forward - 2006 ECACHL All-Academic Team ANDREA MALUTA - Jr., Forward - 2006 ECACHL All-Academic Team 2006-07 LINDSAY WILLIAMS - Sr., Forward - Sara Devins Award Recipient - Hockey Humanitarian Award Finalist - ECACHL All-Academic Team CARLEE EUSEPI - Fr., Defense - ECACHL All-Rookie Team GENEVIEVE LAVOIE - Fr., Forward - ECACHL All-Rookie Team CHRISTINE BAILKOWSKI - Sr., Forward - ECACHL All-Academic Team KIRA HURLEY - Sr., Goaltender - ECACHL All-Academic Team LAUREN LUBRANO - Sr., Defense - ECACHL All-Academic Team EMMA MADIGAN - Sr. Defense - ECACHL All-Academic Team ANDREA MALUTA - Sr., Forward - ECACHL All-Academic Team MELISSA MARSHALL - Sr, Forward - ECACHL All-Academic Team KIM McKENNEY - So., Defense - ECACHL All-Academic Team COURTNEY O’CONNOR - So., Defense - ECACHL All-Academic Team

2007-08 BROOKE BEAZER - Sr., Center - ECAC Hockey Best Defensive Forward CARLEE EUSEPI - So., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Star - 3rd Team BRITNEY SELINA - So., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Star - 3rd Team EVE GRAND.-BERUBE - Fr., Goaltender - ECAC Hockey All-Rookie team MELISSA WALDIE - Fr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Rookie team LAUREN DAHM - Fr., Goaltender - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team KIM McKENNEY - Jr., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team COURTNEY O'CONNOR - Jr., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team STEFANIE WYSS - Jr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team 2008-09 MARIE-JO GAUDET - Sr., Center - ECAC Hockey All-Star - 1st Team CARLEE EUSEPI - Jr., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Star - 3rd Team BRITNEY SELINA - Jr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Star - 3rd Team JUANA BARIBEAU - Fr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Rookie team LAUREN DAHM - So, Goaltender - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team GABRIELLE KOSZIWKA - Fr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team GENEVIEVE LAVOIE - Jr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team KIM McKENNEY - Sr., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team HAYLEY MOORE - Fr., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team COURTNEY O'CONNOR - Sr., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team MEG OMAND - Fr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team KATELYN PTOLEMY - Fr., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team

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2009-10 CARLEE EUSEPI - Sr., Defense - ECAC Hockey Best Defensive Defenseman - ECAC Hockey All-Star - 2nd Team - All-Star ECAC Hockey vs Team USA - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team BRITNEY SELINA - Sr., Forward - ECAC Hockey Best Defensive Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Star - 2nd Team - All-Star ECAC Hockey vs Team USA LAUREN DAHM - Jr., Goaltender - ECAC Hockey All-Star - 2nd Team - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team DOMINIQUE THIBAULT - Sr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Star - 3rd Team - All-Star ECAC Hockey vs Team USA GABRIELLE KOSZIWKA - So., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team GENEVIEVE LAVOIE - Sr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team MEG OMAND - So., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team KATELYN PTOLEMY - So., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team DANIELLE SKIRROW - Fr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team 2010-11 ERICA HOWE - Fr., Goaltender - ECAC Hockey All-Rookie team - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team CARLY MERCER - Fr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Rookie team - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team DANIELLE BOUDREAU - Jr., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team LAUREN DAHM - Sr., Goaltender - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team VANESSA GAGNON - Fr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team GABRIELLE KOSZIWKA - Jr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team AMANDA LUCKY - Fr., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team KATELYN PTOLEMY - Jr., Defense - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team DANIELLE SKIRROW - So., Forward - ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team

2011-12 Clarkson Women's Hockey


The Golden Knights' Division I program's first alumna, Kristi Shaw '05.

Golden Knights

ALL-TIME GOLDEN KNIGHTS FORWARDS & DEFENSEMEN

YEARS

POS

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

+/-

HOMETOWN

Allgood, Kate - #21 Bailkowski, Christine - #18

2003-04

C

30

18

15

33

3/6

PPG SHG

8

1

GWG

5

+11

Toronto, Ontario

2003-07

C

138

26

27

53

48/96

11

2

3

+2

Aurora, Ontario

Baribeau, Juana - #25

2008-

LW

113

46

45

91

52/104 9

2

7

+28

Amos, Quebec

Beazer, Brooke - #7

2004-08

D/F

145

25

50

75

32/64

12

0

5

+14

Kingston, Ontario

Bills, Cortney - #9

2003-04

RW

26

2

4

6

2/4

0

0

0

-1

Penfield, New York

Boudreau, Danielle - #10 2008-

C/D

113

7

14

21

21/42

3

0

0

+1

Whitby, Ontario

Cloutier, Jessica - #11

LW

145

19

34

53

48/96

9

0

5

+5

Parker, Colorado

2004-08

Coates, Kim - #7

2003-05

D

53

3

6

9

9/18

1

0

0

+8

Harrison, British Columbia

Devine, Micheleen - #9

2005-06

RW

37

12

5

17

1/2

1

1

1

+6

Medicine Hat, Alberta

Dittmer, Amanda - #16

2004-08

D/LW 141

9

37

46

32/64

5

0

2

-7

Chatham, Ontario

Doyon, Sophie - #24

2005-06

D

35

1

9

10

20/40

1

0

0

+6

Victoriaville, Quebec

Eusepi, Carlee - #15 Fletcher, Kelsey - #5 Gagnon, Vanessa - #21

2006-10

D

147

18

55

73

18/36

11

0

3

+58

Oakville, Ontario

2005-06

D

35

1

3

4

3/6

0

0

0

+9

St. Paul, Minnesota

2010-

F

37

1

2

3

8/16

0

0

0

-6

St. Constant, Quebec

Gaudet, Marie-Jo - #12

2005-09

C

144

62

47

109

36/72

18

0

12

+49

Sherbrooke, Quebec

Gillanders, Kali - #19

2008-

RW

109

10

17

27

51/113 2

1

4

+4

Kyle, Saskatchewan

Gordon, Rebecaa - #4

2007-08

RW

38

1

1

2

2/4

0

0

+1

St. Catharines, Ontario

C. Bailkowski '07

B. Beazer '08

J. Cloutier '08

0

A. Dittmer '08

L. Lubrano '07

E. Madigan '07

Hart, Laura - #22

2007-09

LW

54

1

1

2

3/6

0

0

1

+1

Wheaton, Illinois

Hurlick, Christine - #8

2003-04

C

28

2

4

6

2/4

1

0

0

-1

Blue Bell, Pennsylvania

Knutson, Emily - #27

2003-04

D

21

0

3

3

2/4

0

0

0

+8

Hatton, North Dakota

Kosziwka, Gabrielle - #7 2008-

C

113

14

15

29

21/42

0

0

1

+12

Limehouse, Ontario

Lavoie, Genevieve - #21

2006-10

RW

149

45

65

110

28/56

21

0

10

+36

Delson, Quebec

Long, Rachel - #16

2003-05

LW

21

0

2

2

3/6

0

0

0

+6

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Louey, Brenna - #19

2003-04

RW

29

2

3

5

1/2

1

0

0

-3

Brooks, Alberta

Lubrano, Lauren - #3

2003-07

D/C

131

3

16

19

17/34

1

0

1

+1

Ridgefield, Connecticut

Lucky, Amanda - #29

2010-

F

37

0

1

1

1/2

0

0

0

-4

Kanata, Ontario

Madigan, Emma - #17

2003-07

F/D

140

17

18

35

15/30

6

0

2

+1

Mississauga, Ontario

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Daris Tendler '1 played in more games than any other Clarkson Women's Hockey player. She missed just one game during her four-year career (2007-11), skating in 150 contests.

A. Maluta '07

M. Marshall '07

FORWARDS & DEFENSEMEN

YEARS

POS

C. O'Connor '09

K. Morrison '08

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

C. Valesente '07

PPG SHG

GWG

+/-

C. Zidek '07

HOMETOWN

Maluta, Andrea - #4

2003-07

LW

119

3

5

8

10/20

0

0

1

E

Spencerport, New York

Marshall, Melissa - #20

2003-07

LW

119

11

15

26

24/48

1

0

2

+6

Oak Lawn, Illinois

McKenney, Kimberly - #8 2005-09

D

147

10

39

49

50/100 7

0

2

+39

Smiths Falls, Ontario

Mercer, Carly - #15

F

37

8

16

24

5/10

1

0

1

+5

Exeter, Ontario

2010-

Moorehead, Ashleigh - #26

2006-10

RW

130

5

3

8

10/20

0

0

2

-4

Clinton, New York

Morrison, Katie - #14

2004-08

LW

134

23

38

61

50/100 8

0

4

+2

Ridgefield, Connecticut

Mulligan, Brittany - #14

2008-

C

94

11

14

25

55/110

1

1

2

+9

London, Ontario

Nisbet, Shelby - #13 Nolan, Jill - #12 O’Connor Courtney - #24

2010-

F

37

0

1

1

6/23

0

0

0

-8

Wiseton, Saskatchewan

2003-05

C

67

24

22

46

19/41

4

0

4

+18

Labrador, Newfoundland

2006-08

D

106

0

6

6

26/52

0

0

0

+19

Chicago, Illinois

O’Hara, Cailin - #15

2003-04

LW

13

0

1

1

0/0

0

0

0

E

Rochester, New York

Oleksa, Caitlin - #17

2007-11

F

127

1

3

4

4/8

0

0

0

E

Battle Creek, Michigan

Olson, Courtney - #18

2007-11

D

121

1

7

8

42/84

0

0

0

+17

Great Falls, Montana

Park, Meghan - #19

2004-07

D

82

6

10

16

25/50

2

0

0

+7

Petrolia, Ontario

Ptolemy, Katelyn - #4

2008-

D

111

2

19

21

28/56

0

0

0

+8

Dinsmore, Saskatchewan

Plante, Vanessa - #11

2010-

D

33

0

3

3

13/26

0

0

0

+3

Riviere-du-Loup, Quebec

Rattray, Jamie Lee - #19 Schnitker, Laura - #8

2010-

F

37

7

18

25

13/26

2

0

2

+5

Kanata, Ontario

2004-05

D

16

0

0

0

0/0

0

0

0

-2

Laramie, Wyoming

Schroeder, Tegan - #11

2008-10

D

73

3

9

12

30/60

1

0

1

+15

Lumsden, Saskatchewan

Selina, Britney - #27

2006-10

C

148

50

98

148

47/105 19

5

10

+59

Thornhill, Ontario

Shaidle, Ashley - #10

2003-07

LW

138

52

46

98

43/86

21

3

15

+40

Hudson, Ohio

Shaw, Kristi - #13

2003-05

C

62

6

2

8

7/14

1

0

1

-10

Belleville, Ontario

Skirrow, Danielle - #28

2009-

F

76

12

11

23

16/32

0

0

3

+9

Trenton, Ontario

Styner, Brittany - #24

2010-

F

37

3

9

12

12/24

1

0

0

-1

Calgary, Alberta

Tendler, Daris - #29, #16

2007-11

LW

150

12

27

39

14/28

1

0

1

+5

Verwood, Saskatchewan

Thibault, Dominique - #96 2009-10

F

39

21

19

40

14/28

5

1

5

+6

L'Orignal, Ontario

Valesente, Christina - #22 Waldie, Melissa - #23 williams, Lindsay - #6

2003-07

D/F

132

4

7

11

29/58

0

0

0

+16

Ithaca, New York

2007-11

RW

149

67

54

121

24/48

31

1

19

+43

Newmarket, Ontario

2003-07

C

139

25

34

59

39/78

5

2

6

+2

Mississauga, Ontario

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Stephanie Hansen '07

Golden Knights

C. Eusepi '10

G. Lavoie '10

FORWARDS & DEFENSEMEN

YEARS

T. Schroeder '10

A. Moorehead '10

POS

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

B. Selina '10

PPG SHG

GWG

D. Thibault '10

+/-

HOMETOWN

Wood, Hailey - #9

2009-

D

73

5

14

19

22/44

3

0

0

+19

Lethbridge, Alberta

Wyss, Stefanie - #19

2007-08

F/D

34

0

1

1

0/0

0

0

0

-1

Allenlueften, Switzerland

Zidek, Carolynn - #2

2003-07

RW

88

4

2

6

17/34

0

0

1

-2

Chicago, Illinois

GOALTENDERS

YEARS

GP

MINS

SAVES

GA

SV%

GAA

W-L-T

Dahm, Lauren - #35

2007-11

97

5670:56

2093

161

.929

1.70

49-35-12

Finley, Jessica - #33

2003-07

9

375:51

83

7

.922

1.12

4-1-0

2

Arvada, Colorado

Grandmont-Berube, Eve - #79

2007-09

35

2019:39

677

61

.917

1.81

18-9-5

6

Drummondville, QUE

Hansen, Stephanie - #35 2003-07

41

1927:01

674

56

.923

1.74

17-8-3

6

Calgary, Alberta

Howe, Erica - #27

25

1440:21

584

45

.928

1.87

10-7-5

2

Ottawa, Ontario

2010-

SHO HOMETOWN

20

Baldwinsville, New York

Hurley, Kira - #38

2003-07

112

6213:46

2288

193

.922

1.86

48-49-10

20

Pickering, Ontario

Murmes, Danielle - #1

2007-09

1

5:20

4

1

.800

11.25

0-0-0

0

Wellesley, Massachusetts

Neumann, Kelsey - #31

2009-10

2

59:45

22

4

.846

4.02

0-1-0

0

China Grove, North Carolina

L. Williams '07

M. J. Gaudet '09

K. McKenney '09

C. Oleksa '11

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J. Finley1

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Class of 2010

SENIOR CLASSES

CLASS of 2007 Front row (l-r): Jessica Finley, Kira Hurley, Stephanie Hansen, Emma Madigan. Back row: Ashley Shaidle, Lauren Lubrano, Christina Valesente, Andrea Maluta, Carolynn Zidek, Lindsay Williams, Melissa Marshall, Christine Bailkowski.

CLASS of 2008

CLASS of 2009

Left-right: Jessica Cloutier, Katie Morrison, Brooke Beazer, Amanda Dittmer

Left-right: Courtney O'Connor, Kimberly Mckenney, Marie-Jo Gaudet

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CLASS of 2010 Left-right: Dominique Thibault, Ashleigh Moorehead, Tegan Schroeder, Britney Selina, Carlee Eusepi, Genevieve Lavoie

Kira Hurley

Kira Hurley ’07, who holds the majority of Clarkson’s goaltending records, put her name in the records books of professional hockey this past winter. Starting in goal for the Evansville Iceman, Kira Hurley became the first female netminder to ever register a point in a men’s professional game with a third period assist in a 24-4 All American Hockey League victory over the Chicago Blaze on February 17, 2009.

CLASS of 2011 Left-right: Lauren Dahm, Courtney Olson, Daris Tendler, Melissa Waldie, Caitlin Oleksa

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CLARKSON REMEMBERS RONALD FRAZER '45 " FATHER OF WOMEN'S HOCKEY"

W

ith women's sports emerging at the collegiate level in the mid-1970s, Ron Frazer started Clarkson's original intercollegiate women's hockey program with nothing but true "walk-ons." Frazer, the "Father" of Women's Hockey at Clarkson, along with his wife Doris, played a highly significant role in establishing the foundation for the Golden Knights' current Division I women's hockey team. Drawing from the 184 women undergraduates on campus, Frazer gathered 17 student-athletes for Clarkson's first women's team in the winter of 1974. The Knights won their first game with an impressive 7-0 victory over Potsdam with senior center Joan Carroll '75 scoring the first of her five goals just 22 seconds after the opening faceoff. Clarkson, which also posted wins over Colgate and Boston University during that inaugural season, finished with a 5-2 record in the 1974-75 campaign. During his nine-year tenure guiding "Frazer's Blazers" the Green and Gold compiled a 68-64-3 record, but more importantly provided Clarkson student-athletes with plenty of sportsmanship, camaraderie and lasting memories. The Knights' best season was in 1977-78 when the team finished with nine consecutive wins to post an 11-5 mark. Frazer was a 1945 Clarkson mechanical engineering graduate and went on to Iowa State for his PhD in industrial engineering and economics. Born in Ottawa, Ontario, he skated at forward on the Clarkson men's ice hockey teams during the 1942-43 and 1943-44 seasons under coach Jack Roos, recording 23 goals and 10 assists through 15 games. Before attending Clarkson he was a leading scorer for Nepean High School and the Ottawa Junior Senators. A 2004 Clarkson Athletic Hall of Fame Inductee and a Centennial Professor in the School of Business, Frazer passed away on September 6, 2011.

CLARKSON UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S HOCKEY THE FIRST 10 YEARS 1974-84 Clarkson’s original women’s hockey team, formed by Ron Frazer, played from 19741984 compiling a 77-72-3 record through 10 seasons. Frazer’s Blazers featured numerous talented players, including Pam Morin ‘76, a leading force for women’s hockey at Clarkson, Kelly Priestley ‘81, an inaugural Clarkson Athletic Hall of Fame inductee, and Cathy Champion-Demers ‘84, a top scorer for the Knights.

Year 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79

Record 5–2–0 2–7–0 4–8–1 11 – 5 – 0 11 – 5– 1

1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84

11 – 8 – 0 11 – 8 – 0 7 – 13 – 1 6–8–0 9–8–0

Long-time women's hockey head coach Ron Frazer with Joan Carrol (left) and Jane Harrington.

CLARKSON ATHLETIC HALL of FAME Three members of Clarkson’s original Women’s Hockey program, Kelly Priestley ’81, Cathy Champion-Demers ’84 and Ron Frazer '45 have been inducted into Clarkson’s Athletic Hall of Fame. Inaugural Class of 1992 Inductee, Priestley was a high-scoring forward from 1977-81. Champion-Demers, a standout in the early 1980s, amassing 165 points, was inducted in 2007.

The “Father” of Women’s Hockey at Clarkson, Frazer, a 2004 inductee, started the program in 1974 and served as head coach for nine seasons. easons asons n s. ns s. Cathy Champion-Demers

Kelly Priestley

Ron Frazer

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Clarkson's Office of Admissions at Holcroft House.

Golden Knights

TRAVEL DIRECTIONS MASSENA OGDENSBURG

✩ ★ ★POTSDAM

SARANAC LAKE

CANTON

LAKE PLACID WATERTOWN

TUPPER LAKE

WARRENSBURG

BUFFALO

ROCHESTER

SYRACUSE

UTICA

CLARKSON UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY POTSDAM, NEW YORK POTSDAM, NEW YORK

ALBANY BINGHAMTON

NEW YORK

Quebec

MONTREAL *

Ontario THROUGH ALBANY Take Interstate 87 north to exit 23 (Warrensburg). Take Route 9 north about three miles to intersection with Route 28. Follow Route 28 to Indian Lake. Take Route 30 north to Tupper Lake. Pick up Route 3 west. Route 3 intersects with Route 56 north, which goes into Potsdam. Driving time from Albany: approximately four hours. THROUGH SYRACUSE Take Interstate 81 north to exit 48 (Route 342) north of Watertown. Route 342 east intersects with U.S. Route 11. Follow U.S. Route 11 north to Potsdam. Driving time from Syracuse: approximately three hours. THROUGH UTICA Take Route 12 north to Lowville. Then follow Route 26 north to U.S. Route 11 at Evans Mills; turn right and follow Route 11 north to Potsdam. Driving time from Utica: approximately three hours. THROUGH BURLINGTON Take Interstate 89 north to exit 21 (Swanton). Follow Route 78 west to Rouses Point (Route 78 merges with Route 2). Follow U.S. Route 11 south to Malone; turn left onto Route 30 south; take first right (Route 11B south) to Potsdam. Driving time from Burlington: approximately three hours. THROUGH OGDENSBURG Take Route 37 to Route 68 south. In Canton, pick up Route 11 north to Potsdam. Driving time from Ogdensburg: one hour.

BURLINGTON *

OTTAWA *

PORTLAND * PORTSMOUTH *

TORONTO *

NEW YORK

SPRINGFIELD * BOSTON *

FLYING INTO SYRACUSE It is possible to fly into Syracuse Airport and drive to Potsdam using the directions provided or take a U.S. Air commuter flight into Massena or Ogdensburg routed through Pittsburgh. For rental car information from Massena, call Chrysler/Plymouth at 315-764-0283. Taxi service is also available. Greyhound buses make scheduled runs from Syracuse Airport to Potsdam.

HARTFORD PROVIDENCE * *

CLEVELAND * PITTSBURGH *

PHILADELPHIA TRENTON * *

* BALTIMORE WASHINGTON *

THROUGH LAKE PLACID Take Route 86 through Saranac Lake to Paul Smiths. Turn right on Route 30 north and drive approximately nine miles; turn left onto Route 458 west to Nicholville, turning left onto Route 11B south at intersection. Travel approximately 15 miles to the village of Potsdam. Driving time from Lake Placid: approximately one and a half hours. THROUGH MASSENA Take Route 37 to Route 56 south. Follow Route 56 to Potsdam. Driving time from Massena: 30 minutes.

CONNECTIONS

F LYING INTO M ONTREAL (D ORVAL A IR PORT) From the airport, take Route 20 west (ouest) which merges with Route 401 west (ouest) to Cornwall. Take exit 789 marked “Bridge to USA;” turn left at the top of ramp and follow signs to the bridge; follow Route 37 south to Massena. From Route 37 south, take Route 56 south to Potsdam. There are major rental car services at the airport. Driving time from Montreal: approximately two hours. FLYING INTO OTTAWA From the airport, turn left on the Hunt Club Road; follow it to Route 16, and then turn left and proceed south to the exit marked “Bridge to U.S.A.” at Prescott. Once across the border, turn right on Route 37 south and then left on Route 68 south. In Canton, pick up Route 11 north to Potsdam. Driving time from Ottawa: approximately one and a half hours. FLYING

Greyhound Bus Line (Potsdam) ....................................315-265-2270 Adirondack Trailways Bus Line (Potsdam) ....................................315-265-2534 Syracuse Airport ........................................3 hours Massena Airport ........................................ ½ hour Ogdensburg Airport ................................... ¾ hour Ottawa Airport ..........................................2 hours Montreal (Dorval) Airport .........................2 hours Montreal (Mirabel) Airport (international flights) ..........................2½ hours

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INTO

POTSDAM

BY PRIVATE AIR -

CRAFT

The airport is located one mile east of Potsdam on Route 11B. The runway is asphalt and 3,700 feet by 60 feet. Instrument approaches and tie-down space are available. The Admission Office offers rides from the Potsdam Airport to the campus during business hours. Call 315-268-6479 in advance to make arrangements.

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SEPTEMBER 24 (Sat.) 30 (Fri.)

WHITBY -PWHL (exhibition) ....................... H University of Vermont ..................................... A

EST 4:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m.

OCTOBER 1 (Sat.) 8 (Sat.) 9 (Sun.) 14 (Fri.) 15 (Sat.) 21 (Fri.) 22 (Sat.) 28 (Fri.) 29 (Sat.)

St. Lawrence University .................................. A PROVIDENCE COLLEGE ............................. H UNIVERSITY of CONNECTICUT................... H Syracuse University ........................................ A SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ............................. H BOSTON UNIVERSITY .................................. H UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE ............ H * DARTMOUTH COLLEGE .............................. H * HARVARD UNIVERSITY ............................... H

7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

NOVEMBER 4 (Fri.) 5 (Sat.) 11 (Fri.) 12 (Sat.) 18 (Fri.) 19 (Sat.)

* * * * * *

Union College ................................................. A Rensselaer ..................................................... A QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY ............................ H PRINCETON UNIVERSITY ............................ H Harvard University .......................................... A Dartmouth College .......................................... A

7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

December 2 (Fri.) 3 (Sat.) 10 (Sat.) 11 (Sun.)

* RENSSELAER ............................................... H * UNION COLLEGE .......................................... H Niagara University .......................................... A Niagara University .......................................... A

7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m.

Northeastern University .................................. A Boston College ............................................... A Yale University ................................................ A Brown University ............................................. A St. Lawrence University .................................. A ST. LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY ...................... H COLGATE UNIVERSITY ................................ H CORNELL UNIVERSITY ................................ H

3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

BROWN UNIVERSITY ................................... H YALE UNIVERSITY ........................................ H Princeton University ........................................ A Quinnipiac University ...................................... A Cornell University ........................................... A Colgate University .......................................... A ECAC Hockey Playoffs - Quarterfinal Round (Best-of-three games series) at campus sites

7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

JANUARY 5 (Thr.) 6 (Fri.) 13 (Fri.) 14 (Sat.) 20 (Fri.) 21 (Sat.) 27 (Fri.) 28 (Sat.) FEBRUARY 3 (Fri.) 4 (Sat.) 10 (Fri.) 11 (Sat.) 17 (Fri.) 18 (Sat.) 24 - 26 (Fri.-Sun.) MARCH 2 (Fri.) 3 (Sat.) 9-10 (Fri.-Sat.) 16 & 18 (Fri. & Sun.)

* * * * * *

* * * * * *

ECAC Hockey Tr. Semifinals at Campus Sites ECAC Hockey Tr. Championship at Campus Site NCAA Quarterfinals at campus sites NCAA Frozen Four Amsoil Arena, Duluth, Minnesota HOME GAMES at CHEEL ARENA

* ECAC Hockey

2011-12 CLARKSON WOMEN'S HOCKEY GUIDE  

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