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QUICK FACTS GENERAL Name of School:................................................Adrian College City, State, Zip:............................................. Adrian, MI 49221 Founded:...........................................................................1859 Enrollment:.......................................................................1,700 Nickname:...................................................................Bulldogs School Colors:......................................................Black & Gold Home Facility:............................................ Arrington Ice Arena Capacity:................................ 464 seats (1,000 standing room) Affiliation:...................................................... NCAA Division III Conference:...................... Northern Collegiate Hockey Assoc. President:................................................ Dr. Jeffrey R. Docking Vice President for Enrollment:............................... Frank Hribar Director of Athletics:............................................Michael Duffy Arrington Ice Arena Director:......................Jeremy Symington Arrington Ice Arena Phone:...............(517) 265-5161 ext. 5017 Arrington Ice Arena Admin. Assistant:................ Betsy Merillat Office Phone:.....................................(517) 265-5161 ext. 5011 SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director:.............................. Patrick Stewart Alma Mater, Year:.................................. Ohio University (1989) SID e-mail:...............................................pstewart@adrian.edu SID office phone:...............................................(517) 264-3280 SID fax number:.................................................(517) 264-3802 Website:........................................... www.adrianbulldogs.com Assistant SID (W-Hockey Contact):.................... Corey Graham Phone Number:.................................(517) 265-5161 ext. 5471 E-Mail Address:.......................................cgraham@adrian.edu COACHING AND SUPPORT STAFF Head Coach:.......... Chad Davis (American International, 2004) Record at Adrian:.......................... 100-28-9 (6th season at AC) Collegiate Record: ................................. 100-28-9 (6th season) Women’s Hockey Office Number:.....(517) 265-5161 ext. 5000 E-Mail Address:.........................................cdavis2@adrian.edu Best time to reach Coach Davis:................................Mornings Assistant Coach:.............. Shawn Skelly (Adrian College, 2011) Office Phone:...................................... 517-265-5161 ext. 5013 E-Mail Address:.......................................... sskelly@adrian.edu Athletic Trainer:................................................ Lesley Shulman Office Phone:.....................................(517) 265-5161 ext. 4566 TEAM INFORMATION First year of Women’s Hockey: ....................................2007-08 All-time record:......................................................... 171-66-17 2015-16 Overall Record: ............................................... 25-3-1 2015-16 NCHA Record/Finish: .............................. 16-1-1/First All-Americans:.........................................................................4 NCHA Players of the Year: ......................................................1 All-NCHA Players: ................................................................10 Newcomers: ...........................................................................9

CREDITS The 2016-17 Adrian College Women’s Hockey Media Guide was written and compiled by Corey Graham, Assistant Sports Information Director with editorial assistance by Patrick Stewart, Sports Information Director. Photography by Dave Pearcy and Mike Dickie. Front and back cover design by Christina Butler. Inside covers designed by Hollie Smith. Printing done by Precision Business Solutions in Perrysburg, Ohio.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Quick Facts....................................... 3 Arrington Ice Arena.......................... 4 2016-17 Roster................................. 5 Coaching Staff.................................. 6 Player Bios .................................. 7-12 2015-16 Stats and Results.............. 13 NCHA Conference.......................... 14 2016-17 SCHEDULE 11/4 11/5 11/11 11/13 11/18 11/20 11/26 11/27 11/2 11/3 1/7 1/8 1/13 1/14 1/20 1/21 1/22 1/27 1/28 2/3 2/4 2/10 2/11 2/17 2/18 2/24 2/25

@ St. Norbert * 8 PM @ Concordia * 4 PM @ Marian * 8 PM vs Lake Forest * 4 PM vs St. Scholastica * 7 PM vs Finlandia * 12 PM vs Plattsburgh St. ! 5 PM vs Utica ! 1 PM vs Marian * 7 PM vs Marian * 3 PM vs Plattsburgh St. ^ 1 PM vsNorwich/Elmira ^ TBA vs Concordia * 7 PM vs Concordia * 3 PM @Finlandia * 7:15 PM @Finlandia * 2 PM @Northland * 1:30 PM vs St. Norbert * 7 PM vs St. Norbert * 3 PM @ St. Scholastica * 5 PM @ St. Scholastica * 3 PM vs Northland * 7 PM vs Northland * 3 PM @l Lake Forest * 7 PM @ Lake Forest * 3 PM NCHA Playoff TBA NCHA Playoff TBA

* Conference ! Cardinal/Panther Classic ^ East/West Classic

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ARRINGTON ICE ARENA

Arrington Ice Arena was officially dedicated and opened for business on October 19, 2007 as the men’s NCAA hockey team squared off in their inaugural game against Potsdam State. The Bulldogs christened the new facility with a resounding 9-1 win in front of a packed crowd, who were also in attendance to see Lord Stanley’s Cup on loan from the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto. The facility is home to Adrian College’s men’s and women’s NCAA Division III hockey teams as well as the ACHA Division I and III men’s hockey teams, ACHA women’s hockey teams and the synchronized skating teams. The arena is named after Dr. Robyn J. Arrington, Jr. and his brother, fellow Adrian alumnus Harold M. Arrington. The brothers donated $3 million on behalf of their family. The $5.5 million project is also a place where local residents can use the facility for recreational activities. The operating schedule includes open skates for the community, learn-to-skate programs for children and adults and hockey programs for people of various ages and abilities. The arena consists of a single sheet of ice, 464 chair-back seats, a media press box, a president’s seating area, concession stand, pro shop with skate rental, offices for ice sports coaches and personnel and locker rooms. For more information about Arrington Ice Arena, visit the website at www.arringtonicearena.com. Arrington Ice Arena has already been praised as one of the best hockey venues in Division III. The arena has hosted such events as a Detroit Red Wing Alumni Game, numerous conference championships and NCAA tournament games. In addition, Arrington Ice Arena has played host to the 2010 and 2011 ACHA Division I All-Star Game and will host the U.S. Intercollegiate Figure Skating Championships in 2014.

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2016-17 ROSTER # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 28 29 30 33 39 47 84

Name Pos Yr Ht Hometown / Last Team Marissa Lau G Fr 5-7 La Vista, Neb. / Papillion La Vista Sydney Smith D Sr 5-5 Sarnia, Ontario / Belle Tire Hannah Dalrymple F So 5-2 Ellie, Manitoba / Shaftesbury Titans Anna Shepherd D Fr 5-8 Sugar Land, Texas / Notre Dame Hounds Kristi Zink D Jr 5-4 Canton, Mich. / Honeybaked Kayla Murray F So 5-6 Beaver Dam, Wis. / Milwaukee Jr. Admirals Courtney Tyll F Sr 5-4 Chesterfield, Mich. / Belle Tire Brianna Buchanan F Fr 5-6 Livonia, Mich. / Honeybaked Sarah Shureb F Sr 5-2 Livonia, Mich. / Little Caesars Maggie Mitter F Fr 5-6 Howell, Mich. / Honeybaked Emily Duncan F Sr 5-8 Alpena, Mich. / Alpena H.S. Kelly O’Sullivan D Fr 5-7 Inverness, Ill. / Chicago Mission Bailey Robertson F Sr 5-5 Orange, Calif. / Ont. Hockey Academy Mavericks Brooke Lupi F So 5-9 Dexter, Mich. / Little Caesars Taylor Henthorne F Fr 5-9 Little Canada, Min. / Hill-Murray Kaylyn Schroka F Sr 5-7 Belleville, Mich. / Little Caesars Olivia Fox F Jr 5-3 Massillon, Ohio / Team Pittsburgh Rose Krasofsky F Jr 5-5 Plymouth, Mich. / Belle Tire Lexie Tzafaroglou D Sr 5-5 Livonia, Mich. / Honeybaked Shelly Czarnowczan D So 5-5 Shelby Twp., Mich. / Honeybaked Kristin Lewicki F Sr 5-2 Moundsville, W.Va. / Pittsburgh Seals Kortney Diaz F So 5-5 Walled Lake, Mich. / Honeybaked Jade Walsh G Sr 5-7 Cochrane, Alberta / Dallas Stars Brooke Gibson G Sr 5-4 Strathroy, Ontario / Bluewater Hawks Anne Rademacher G So 6-0 Grand Rapids, Mich. / Team Detroit Olivia Ziemba F So 5-10 Macomb, Mich. / Honeybaked Rylee Bates D Fr 5-7 Northville, Mich. / Honeybaked Lexi Grunden D Fr 5-8 Leo, Ind. / Leo Jr./Sr.

Head Coach: Chad Davis (American International ‘04, 75-25-8), Fifth Season Assistant Coach: Shawn Skelly, First Season Athletic Trainer: Lesley Shulman Communications: Corey Graham

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COACHING STAFF Chad Davis Head Coach 6th Season 517-264-5000 cdavis2@adrian.edu

2x NCHA Coach of the Year Chad Davis comes into his sixth season as the head coach of the NCAA DIII hockey team at Adrian College with an overall record of 100-28-9 and a conference record of 68-18-8. His 100 wins total makes him the winningest coach in the short history of the program. Last season, Davis led the team to a 25-3-1 record, an NCHA regular season championship, Slaats Cup Championship and an NCAA tournament berth (the first tournament appearance for the team under Coach Davis and second in program history). The Bulldogs hosted the No. 2 ranked team in the East Region, Elmira, losing 3-1. The Bulldogs finished the second second in NCAA DIII in scoring offense (4.55 goals/game), fifth in scoring defense (1.31 goals allowed/game) and second in scoring margin beating teams by an average margin of 3.24 goals a game. Adrian also had the 11th best power play scoring 20.4% of the time and the ninth penalty kill, killing off penalties 89.8% of the time. Five Bulldog players, Kristin Lewicki, Kaylyn Schroka, Sydney Smith, Kristi Zink and Brooke Lupi (All-Freshman), were named to the All-NCHA team and Davis was named NCHA Coach of the Year for the second consecutive season. Five players were named to the D3Hockey.com All-Region West teams; Smith and Lewicki were named to the first team, Jade Walsh and Schroka to the second team and Logan Taylor to the third team. Smith and Lewicki were both named D3Hockey.com All-Americans and AHCA/ CCM Division III All-Americans. The Bulldogs finished the 2014-15 campaign with an overall record of 20-2-4 for an .846 winning percentage. He was also named the NCHA Coach of the Year for 2014-15 season. The season was highlighted by Adrian claiming its first Northern Collegiate Hockey Association regular-season championship and going undefeated in conference play (15-0-3). In 2014-15, the Bulldogs had the longest unbeaten streak in NCAA Division III at 21 games, going 18-0-3 during that span. The Bulldogs also gave up the fewest goals (33) in the country, while opponents netted more than two goals in a game only twice. The offense also shined by producing 102 goals, or 3.92 per game, for fourth in Division III. The combined special teams ranked first nationally, which included the top power play unit at 29.9 percent (35-for-117). Moreover, Adrian College played an opponent from every conference while outscoring their non-NCHA opponents 25-6. Five Bulldogs made the All-NCHA team, including sophomore goaltender Jade Walsh who attainted CCM All–America West Second Team status. Davis

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was tabbed the coach of the year in the conference. Davis led Adrian to a successful 2012-13 season. The Bulldogs first set the most wins (20) and a thenprogram record for highest win percentage (.759) in a season, and compiled the top combined special teams in the country. Adrian also had outstanding individual performances with a pair of All-Americans, a conference player of the year selection, and three All-NCHA standouts. Davis had a very successful rookie campaign with the Bulldogs in his first year as a head coach at the NCAA Division III level, guiding the squad to the 2012 NCHA O’Brien Cup championship game. Adrian finished the season with a 16-10-2 overall record and placed third in the rugged NCHA with a record of 126-2. Adrian also had the fourth-best power play unit in NCAA Division III while scoring on 26.1 percent of its chances (40-of-153). Davis coached one Second Team All-American player in Kelly Salis and three All-NCHA players, including Salis. Prior to joining the Adrian staff, Davis spent the 2009-2010 season as a volunteer assistant coach at NCAA Division I Robert Morris University in Moon Township, Pa., where he worked with the Colonials goaltenders that finished first in the Atlantic Hockey Conference in team save percentage and goalsagainst average in overall play. Before joining the coaching ranks, Davis played professionally for the Laredo Bucks of the Central Hockey League. He played his college hockey with Division I American International College, appearing in 52 games from 2001-04. He graduated from AIC in 2004 with a bachelor of science degree in business administratiom.

Shawn Skelly Assistant Coach 1st Season 517-265-5161 x 5013 sskelly@adrian.edu Shawn Skelly enters his first season as the Adrian College NCAA women’s ice hockey assistant coach. Prior to coming to Adrian, Skelly played hockey professionally for various teams from 2011-16 including the Mississippi Surge, Toledo Walleye, Wheeling Nailers, Alaska Aces and the Macon Mayhem. Skelly was a member of the inaugural Adrian College men’s hockey team in 2007-08. He finished his career in an Adrian College uniform in 2011 as the all-time leader in points (230), goals (102), gamewinning goals (20), power-play goals (47), assists (128) and shots on goal (593). Skelly graduated with a bachelor’s of business administration from Adrian College in 2011.


PLAYER BIOS #14 Emily Duncan Forward Senior Alpena, Mich. Alpena H.S. 2015-16 (Junior): Appeared in five games, tallying one point (one assist)...finished the season with a +3...named 2016 Academic AllConference. 2014-15 (Sophomore): Appeared in 14 games. 2013-14 (Freshman): Played in 18 games...recorded four points on two goals and two assists...compiled a plus-13 rating. Personal: Majoring in biology...born in Alpena, Mich., on 04/19/1995...daughter of Bruce and Teresa Duncan...from Alpena, Michigan…played varsity ice hockey, soccer and ran both cross country and track in high school…holds high school record for 1,600 meter relay…received coach’s award in hockey…2012-2013 Female Athlete of the Year…Academic All-State athlete..honor roll student…Scholar Athlete..member of National Honor Society…favorite sports teams are the Detroit Red Wings and Detroit Tigers…favorite athletes are Justin Abdelkader and Abby Wambach… enjoys hiking, biking and skiing.

#30 Brooke Gibson Goaltender Senior Strathroy, Ontario Bluewater Hawks 2015-16 (Junior): Made 13 appearances and 11 starts... finished the season with an 11-1 win/loss record to give her an NCHA-best .917 win percentage....she finished third in the conference in goals against average (1.43), 10th nationally, and fourth in save percentage (.929)....earned 2016 Academic All-Conference honors. 2014-15 (Sophomore): Played in 4 games with a total of 82 minutes…saved 25-of-26 shots faced… save percentage sits at .962. 2013-14 (Freshman): Played in 10 games and made five starts...recorded a 7-1-0 record with one shutout... finished fifth in the NCHA in wins (7)...recorded 123 saves with a 2.04 goals against average...finished with a .885 save percentage. Personal: Majoring in psychology with a minor in criminal justice…daughter of Dan and Robin Gibson…from Strathroy, Ontario…played soccer and hockey in high school…hockey team captain and team most valuable player…soccer team assistant captain…honors student…favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings… favorite athletes are Patrick Roy, Jonathan Quick and Michael Phelps…favorite book is the Great Gatsby…enjoys working out, swimming, reading, and drawing.

#25 Kristin Lewicki Forward Senior Moundsville, W. Va. Pittsburgh Seals 2015-16 (Junior): Played in all 29 games of the 2015-16 season...led the conference with 49 points (32 goals, 17 assists), 11 power-play goals and three hat tricks...her 49 points and 32 goals is a single season school record...led the nation in power-play goals (11), was second in all of division III in goals per game (1.10) and fourth in points per game (1.69)...finished the season by being named AHCA/ CCM First Team All-American, second team USCHO. com All-American and second team D3Hockey.com All-American...she was also named to the first team All-NCHA. 2014-15 (Sophomore): Played in 26 games…tallied 104 shots and 37 points…scored 12 goals and had 3 game-winning goals…also had 5 power play goals… ended the season with a plus/minus of 21...All-NCHA team as a forward. 2013-14 (Freshman): Played in 27 games...earned NCHA All-Rookie honors...USCHO All-Freshman team selection...led Division III in short handed goals (5)... finished tied for 39th in the country in scoring with 27 points...totaled 14 goals and 13 assists...compiled a plus-20 rating with 79 shots... scored one power play goal added four power play assists and tallied three game-winning goals. Personal: Majoring in criminal justice with a minor in sports management…daughter of Roger and Sue Lewicki…from Moundsville, West Virginia… played volleyball, basketball, softball, and hockey… National Champion hockey player…State Champion softball player…honors student…member of National Honors’ Society…favorite sports teams are Pittsburgh Penguins and Pittsburgh Pirates…favorite athletes are Sidney Crosby, LeBron James, and Taylor Hoagland.

#16 Bailey Robertson

Defense Senior Orange, Calif.

Ontario Hockey Academy 2015-16 (Junior): Appeared in 25 games...totaled five points (one goal, four assists)...earned 2016 Academic All-Conference honors. 2014-15 (Sophomore): Played in 21 games… totaled 4 points on 4 assists…ended the season with a plus/minus of 4. 2013-14 (Freshman): Played in 16 games...recorded four points on one goal and three assists...compiled 19 shots and a rating of plus-5....scored one gamewinning goal. Personal: Majoring in athletic training…daughter of Kenet and Jill Robertson…from Orange, California…

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PLAYER BIOS ran cross country and played roller hockey…received Math Award and English award as a high school senior…member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes…youth hockey volunteer coach…favorite sports team is the Chicago Blackhawks…favorite athletes are Angela Ruggiero and Jonathan Toews… favorite movies are Pitch Perfect and Miracle… favorite foods are salmon and breakfast foods… enjoys playing the guitar.

#19 Kaylyn Schroka Forward Senior Belleville, Mich. Little Caesars Captain 2015-16 (Junior): Appeared in all 29 games...finished the year with the second-highest point total on the team with 43 (19 goals, 24 assists)... finished third in the NCHA in points, goals and assists...was 10th in the nation in points per game with 1.48, 11th for assists per game (.83), 19th in goals per game (.66). 2014-15 (Sophomore): Appeared in 26 games… finished the season with 28 points…tallied 14 goals and 14 assists for the season…scored a game winning goal against Lake Forest on February 14th, 2015. 2013-14 (Freshman): Played in 25 games...recorded 16 shots on seven goals and nine assists...compiled a plus-11 rating while totaling 75 shots...scored one power play goal and recorded three power play assists. Personal: Majoring in psychology….daughter of Mark and Tammie Schroka…from Belleville, Michigan… former soccer player…favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings…favorite athlete is Henrik Zetterberg…favorite TV show is Chopped…favorite food is pulled pork…enjoys playing hockey.

#9 Sarah Shureb Forward Senior Livonia, Mich. Little Caesars 2015-16 (Junior): Participated in 29 games...scored 15 points (10 goals, five assists). 2014-15 (Sophmore): Played in 24 games…totaled 13 points with three goals and 10 assists…finished with a plus/minus of six…scored one power-play goal…recorded one goal and one assist in the game against Marian on Nov. 7, 2014. 2013-14 (Freshman): Played in 24 games...recorded 15 points on eight goals and seven assists...compiled a plus-14 rating...totaled 45 shots with one power play goal and one game-winning goal. Personal: Majoring in sports management with a minor in economics…daughter of John and Kathy Shureb…from Livonia, Michigan…member of the Maltese club…favorite sports teams are the Detroit

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Red Wings…favorite athletes are Pavel Datsyuk, Henrik Zetterberg, and Thomas Tatar…favorite movies are Miracle and Taxi…favorite musical group is Luke Bryan..enjoys playing hockey and kicking around a soccer ball.

#2 Sydney Smith Defense Senior Sarnia, Ontario Belle Tire Assistant Captain 2015-16 (Junior): Dressed in 29 games...totaled 31 points (eight goals, 23 assists)...was ranked No. 2 nationally for points per game by a defenseman with 1.07...finished the season being named to the first team All-NCHA team...was named first team AHCA/CMM All-American, D3Hockey.com All-American and HERO Sports All-American. 2014-15 (Sophomore): Played in 26 games and started two games…tallied 14 assists and 16 points… had a plus/minus of 19…scored two power-play goals…recorded one goal and two assists in the game against Connecticut College on Jan. 3, 2015...was named to the All-NCHA team as a defender. 2013-14 (Freshman): Played in 18 games...totaled eight points on four goals and four assists...compiled a plus-14 rating. Personal: Majoring in English education with a minor in French education…daughter of Eric and Lisa Smith…from Sarnia, Ontario…played hockey and soccer in high school…favorite sports teams are the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Detroit Red Wings… favorite athlete is Sidney Crosby…favorite movie is Miracle…favorite food is sushi…enjoys hockey, soccer, working out, reading and drawing.

#7 Courtney Tyll Forward Senior Chesterfield, Mich. Belle Tire 2015-16 (Junior): Played in 28 games...finished with six points (three goals, three assists)... one of her goals was a game winner...named 2016 Academic All-Conference. 2014-15 (Sophomore): Played in 23 games…scored one goal against Finlandia on Jan. 23, 2015. 2013-14 (Freshman): Played in 14 games...totaled three assists and 13 shots...recorded a plus-4 rating. Personal: Majoring in business management with a minor in public relations…daughter of Brian and Sharlene Tyll…from Chesterfield, Michigan…AllLeague and All-Catholic field hockey player…Cum Laude student…favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings…favorite movie is Miracle …favorite food is pizza.


PLAYER BIOS #23 Lexie Tzafaroglou

Defense Senior Livonia, Mich. Honeybaked 2015-16 (Junior): Appeared in 29 games...tallied five goals including one power play goal and one game-winning goal...ended the season with a +20. 2014-15 (Sophomore): Played in a total of 26 games…tallied 12 points and 11 assists…scored one goal against Marian on November 7th, 2014… finished the season with a plus/minus of 23...an AllNCHA team selection as a defender. 2013-14 (Freshman): Played in 27 games...NCHA All-Rookie team selection...recorded 11 points on three goals and eight assists...compiled a plus-15 rating...totaled 46 shots while recording three power play goals and one game-winning goal. Personal: Majoring in biology and minoring in Business Administration…daughter of Ted and Deb Tzafaroglou…from Livonia, Michigan…2011 USA Hockey 16u Tier 1 National Champions with Honeybaked...2011 USA Player Development Camp Participant…AP scholar with honors student... graduated summa cum laude…favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings…favorite athlete is Darren Helm…favorite movie is Miracle.

#29 Jade Walsh Goaltender Senior Cochrane, Alberta Dallas Stars 2015-16 (Junior): Made 18 starts in her 19 appearances in net...finished fourth in the nation in goals against average (1.16) and winning percentage (.844), 10th in save percentage (.944)...named D3Hockey.com Second Team West Region and second team All-USCHO.com 2014-15 (Sophomore): Started in 26 games...made 538 saves with a percentage of .944…only allowed 32 goals scored…personal record of 20-2-4...was named to the All-NCHA team. 2013-14 (Freshman): Made 21 starts and recorded a 12-6-1 record with two shutouts....led the NCHA in wins (12)...finished third in the NCHA in goals against average (2.23) save percentage (.914) and win percentage (.658)...totaled 435 saves while allowing 41 goals. Personal: Majoring in criminal justice..daughter of Brian and Susanna Walsh…from Cochrane, Alberta.. favorite sports teams are the Vancouver Canucks and Toronto Blue Jay…favorite musical group is Lady Antebellum…favorite book is Empty Cradle.

#20 Olivia Fox Forward Junior Massillon, Ohio Team Pittsburgh 2015-16 (Sophomore @ Plattsburgh St.): Finished her sophomore campaign appearing in 13 games and totaling three points (two goals, one assist), one game-winning goal. 2014-15 (Freshman @ Plattsburgh St.): Played in 28 games, totaling nine points (six goals, three assists), one powerplay and one game-winning goal. Personal: Majoring in marketing with a minor in graphic design...born in Massillon, Ohio on July 30, 1995...daughter of Dave and Kim Fox...favorite sports teams are the Cleveland Indians and the Ohio State Buckeyes...favorite athlete is Nathan MacKinnon... favorite TV show is Friday Night Lights...favorite movie is Good Will Hunting...favorite musician is Chance the Rapper...favorite food is chicken.

#21 Rose Krasofsky Forward Junior Plymouth, Mich. Belle Tire 2015-16 (Sophmore): Played in 21 games...scored four points (three goals, one assist)...named 2016 Academic All-Conference. 2014-15 (Freshman): Played in 24 games…totaled 3 goals…finished the season with a plus/minus of 2. Personal: Majoring in Business…from Plymouth, Michigan…daughter of Robert Krasofsky and Anne Shettleroe…graduated from Salem High School…4 time Michigan State Champion, 3 Bronze medals at nationals, varsity letter 4 years in high school lacrosse…holds the school record for most goals in one season for lacrosse at 73…favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings…favorite players are Pavel Datsyuk and Tyler Seguin…favorite movie is Miracle… favorite foods are chicken, pasta, and steak.

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PLAYER BIOS #5 Kristi Zink Defense Junior Canton, Mich. Honeybaked Assistant Captain 2015-16 (Sophomore): Made an appearance in 29 games... recorded 11 points (one goal, 10 assists)...named 2016 Academic All-Conference. 2014-15 (Freshman): Played in 26 games…totaled four points and four assists for the season…finished with a plus/minus of 18…tallied two assists and finished with a plus/minus of two against Lake Forest on Nov. 1, 2014. Personal: Majoring in biology…daughter of Matt and Terri Zink…born in Canton, Mich….played varsity softball from 2011-2014 for Salem High School…was a three time hockey state champion and one time USA hockey state champion…won a state championship for softball…favorite sports teams are the Detroit Red Wings and Detroit Tigers…favorite TV show is One Tree Hill…favorite movie is Mall Cop.

#24 Shelly Czarnowczan

Defense Sophomore Shelby Twp., Mich. Honeybaked 2015-16 (Freshman): Played in 24 games...recorded 4 points including 2 goals and 2 assists...ended the season with a plus/minus of 10. Personal: Majoring in Exercise Science…from Shelby Twp., Michigan…daughter of Paul and Darlene Czarnowczan…brother Scott Czarnowczan played hockey at Ferris State…graduated from Eisenhower High School…favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings…favorite athlete is Pavel Datsyuk…favorite TV shows include One Tree Hill, Gossip Girl and Grey’s Anatomy…favorite movies are Just Go With It and Pitch Perfect…enjoys baking and roller blading.

#3 Hannah Dalrymple Forward Sophomore Elie, Manitoba Shaftesbury Titans 2015-16 (Freshman): Made 25 appearances...had 11 assists and 3 goals...including one power-play goal...ended the season with a plus/minus of 14. Personal: Majoring in Teacher Education with a minor in English…born in Winnipeg, Manitoba…daughter of Darren and Myrna Dalrymple…played varsity hockey for Shaftesbury High School…favorite sports

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team is the Winnipeg Jets…favorite athletes are Jillian Apps and Dustin Byfuglien…favorite movies are The Lion King and Tarzan…favorite foods are seafood and peanut butter.

#28 Kortney Diaz Forward Sophomore Walled Lake, Mich. Honeybaked 2015-16 (Freshman): Played in 28 games...had 10 points (four goals, six assists). Personal: Majoring in mathematics with a minor in English…daughter of Kevin and Kathy Diaz… graduated from Walled Lake Western High School… made the honor roll…favorite sports teams are the Washington Capitals and Detroit Red Wings…favorite athlete is Pavel Datsyuk…favorite movies are Mulan and Fast and Furious…favorite foods are ribs, tacos, and pizza…enjoys reading and napping.

#17 Brooke Lupi Forward Sophomore Dexter, Mich. Little Caesars 2015-16 (Freshman): Appeared in 28 games...first Adrian College freshman to be named NCHA Rookie of the Year as a forward... compiled 34 points (16 goals, 18 assists)...five powerplay goals and recorded two hat tricks...ended season with a plus/minus of 26...NCHA Rookie of the Year...USCHO.com Division III Women’s Rookie of the Year. Personal: Majoring in Exercise Science with a minor in psychology...born in Ann Arbor, Mich....daughter of Barb and Dan Lupi...played varsity softball from 201114 at Dexter High School....was named 2011-14 first team All-American, All-District, All-Region and AllState for softball...favorite sports team is University of Michigan Hockey...favorite athlete is Pavel Datsyuk... favorite TV show is Grey’s Anatomy...favorite movies are American Sniper and Kingsman.

#6 Kayla Murray Forward Sophomore Beaver Damn, Wis. Madison Capitals 2015-16 (Freshman): appeared in 24 games.. 25 shots on net resulting in 2

goals. Personal: Majoring in Exercise Science…born in Beaver Dam, Wis….daughter of Mike and Kim


PLAYER BIOS Murray…lettered in softball from 2013-15 for Beaver Dam High School…named 2013 All-Conference Honorable Mention…named to the 2014 first team All-Conference catcher…named to the 2015 first team All-Conference...favorite sports teams are the Chicago Blackhawks, Wisconsin Badgers, and Green Bay Packers…favorite athletes are Jonathon Toews, Pavel Datsyuk, and Aaron Rodgers…favorite TV shows are Ice Road Truckers, Say Yes to the Dress, and House Hunters.

#33 Annie Rademacher Goaltender Sophomore Rosemount, Mich. Honeybaked 2015-16 (Freshman): Played in two games for a total of 40 minutes in net... 11 saves out of 11 shots having a save percentage of (1.000) Personal: Majoring in Biology…from Sparta, Mich.…daughter of Greg and Karen Rademacher… mother Karen played basketball at Michigan State University…graduated from Ann Arbor Pioneer High School…was on the honor roll…favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings…favorite athlete is Jimmy Howard…favorite movie is Miracle…favorite book series is Harry Potter…favorite food is lamb…enjoys skiing.

#39 Olivia Ziemba Forward Sophomore Macomb, Mich. Honeybaked 2015-16 (Freshman): Played in 22 games.. finished the season with four points (two goals, two

assists). Personal: Majoring in environmental science with a minor in geology...born in Macomb, Mich....daughter of Dave and Corinne Ziemba...was on the track team for Dakota High School in 2012 and 2013...state qualifier both years in the 300m hurdles, long jump, high jump and 400m relay...favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings...favorite athletes are Henrik Zetterberg and Dylan Larkin.

#47 Rylee Bates Defense Freshman Northville, Mich. Honeybaked High School/Juniors: Won five state championships while playing for Honeybaked.

Personal: Majoring in business with a minor in interior design...born in Ypsilanti, Michigan on July 29, 1997... daughter of Mike and Jackie Bates...favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings...favorite athlete is Dylan Larkin...favorite TV show is Lost...favorite movie is Divergent...favorite musicians are Gucci Mane and Drake...favorite food is spaghetti.

#8 Brianna Buchanan Forward Freshman Livonia Honeybaked High School/Juniors: Was a member of the 2016 state champion Honeybaked junior hockey team...played on the 2015 state champion Little Caesars team in 2015. Personal: Majoring in biochemistry...born in Livonia, Michigan on February 19, 1998...daughter of Alan and Terri Buchanan...favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings...favorite athlete is Pavel Datsyuk... favorite TV shows are Bates Motel and Breaking Bad... favorite movies are Bridesmaids and Mulan...favorite musician is Beyonce...favorite food is macaroni and cheese.

#84 Lexi Grunden Defense Freshman Leo, Ind. Leo Jr./Sr. H.S. High School/Juniors: Was a team captain on the Leo Jr./Sr. High School state

Championship team. Personal: Majoring in biology...born in Leo, Indiana on January 30, 1998...daughter of Jody and April Grunden...favorite sports team is the Pittsburgh Penguins...favorite TV show is Friends...favorite movie is Bridesmaids...favorite musician is Sam Smith... favorite food is Mexican food.

#18 Taylor Henthorne Forward Freshman Little Canada, Minn. Hill-Murray H.S. High School/Juniors: Played hockey from 2012-2016... during her senior season was a member of the conference and section championship team that had a record of 29-1-1...played lacrosse in 2016 when the team won a conference championship. Personal: Majoring in business...born in Edina, Minnesota on January 1, 1998...daughter of Jay and Marissa Henthorne...favorite sports team is the

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PLAYER BIOS Chicago Blackhawks...favorite athlete is Jonathan Toews...favorite TV show is Grey’s Anatomy...favorite movie is Forever Strong...favorite musician is The Chainsmokers...favorite food is pizza.

#1 Marissa Lau Goaltender Freshman La Vista, Neb.

Papillion La Vista H.S. Personal: Majoring in athletic training...born in La Vista, Nebraska on June 17, 1998... daughter of Randy and Michelle Lau...favorite sports team is the Minnesota Wild...favorite athlete is Martin Broudeur...favorite TV show is the Big Bang Theory... favorite movies are the James Bond films...favorite food is pizza.

#10 Maggie Mitter Forward Freshman Howell, Mich. Honeybaked High School/Juniors: Participated on the varsity girls golf team from 2012-16... played AAA Hockey from 2011-16 and won four state championships...2015 finished third at Nationals. Personal: Majoring in exercise science...born in Howell, Michigan on February 25, 1998...daughter of Paul and Carrie Mitter...favorite team is the Detroit Red Wings...favorite athlete is Pavel Datsyuk...favorite TV show is One Tree Hill...favorite movie is Marley and Me...favorite musician is Luke Bryan...favorite food is chicken.

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#15 Kelly O’Sullivan Defense Freshman Inverness, Ill. Chicago Mission High School/Juniors: Was a member of the girls’ golf team in 2013 and 2014...was named all-conference in 2013...played for the Chicago Mission where she won the 2015 Club National Championship. Personal: Majoring in marketing with a minor in retail merchandising...born in Inverness, Illinois on October 18, 1996...daughter of John and Colleen O’Sullivan... favorite sports team is the Chicago Blackhawks... favorite athlete is Patrick Kane...favorite TV show is Gossip Girl...favorite movie is The Last Song...favorite musician is Chance the Rapper...favorite food is mashed potatoes.

#4 Anna Shepherd Defense Freshman Sugar Land, Texas Notre Dame Hounds High School/Juniors: Was the captain for the Dallas Stars Elite 16u team from 2013-15... played rugby in high school. Personal: Majoring in business marketing...born in Oviedo, Spain on July 1, 1998...daughter of John and Robbin Shepherd...favorite sports team is the Dallas Stars...favorite athlete is Tyler Seguin...favorite TV show is One Tree Hill...enjoys watching Disney movies...favorite musician is Sam Smith...favorite food is ice cream.


2015-16 STATISTICS

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2015-16 NCHA Year in Review 2015-16 Standings League (Final) Overall (Final) W L T Pts GF GA W L T GF GA Adrian 16 1 1 33 90 27 25 3 1 102 38 Lake Forest 15 2 1 31 84 21 20 4 3 95 33 St. Norbert 9 6 3 21 47 39 15 9 4 89 52 St. Scholastica 8 8 2 18 50 38 9 16 2 82 74 Concordia Wis. 6 11 1 13 47 51 8 15 2 64 69 Marian 4 12 2 10 24 61 7 16 2 62 80 Finlandia 0 18 0 0 13 118 0 25 0 18 158 2015-16 NCHA Honors Most Valuable Player Michelle Greeneway, Lake Forest Freshman of the Year Brooke Lupi, Adrian Coach of the Year Chad Davis, Adrian College All-NCHA Team FORWARDS Michelle Greenway (Lake Forest College, Sr.) Lexi Holman(Concordia University Wis., So.) Kristin Lewicki (Adrian College, Jr.) Lauren Roethlisberger (St. Norbert College, Sr.)

Kaylyn Schroka (Adrian College, Jr.) Olivia Spellmire (Lake Forest College, So.) DEFENSE Kayla Griffith (Lake Forest College, So.) Sydney Smith (Adrian College, Jr.) Alex Stensland (Lake Forest College, Sr.) Kristine Zink (Adrian College, So.) GOALIES Allie Carter (Lake Forest College, Sr.)

Lindsey Hartfiel (College of St. Scholastica, Jr.)

All-Freshman Team FORWARDS Amy Budde (Lake Forest College) Brooke Lupi (Adrian College) Courtney Wittig (Marian University) DEFENSE Kennedy Houge (College of St. Scholastica) Ellie Woodman (Concordia University Wisconsin) GOALIES Christina Pattengale (Concordia University Wisconsin) Lindsey Strainis (Marian University)

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All-Tournament Team FORWARDS Kristin Lewicki, Adrian Kaylyn Schroka, Adrian Reaghan Chadwick, St. Norbert DEFENSE Shelly Czarnowczan, Adrian Myranda Hayes, St. Norbert GOALIE Leigh Grall, St. Norbert MVP Jade Walsh, Adrian NCHA Players of the Week OFFENSIVE Week 1: Brittany Stricha, Concordia (Wis.) Week 2: Melissa Paluch, Lake Forest Week 3: Olivia Spellmire, Lake Forest Week 4: Michelle Greeneway, Lake Forest Week 5: No player named Week 6: Jillian Kosteck, St. Norbert Week 7: Veronika Metanova, Concordia (Wis.)

Week 8: Kristin Lewicki, Adrian Week 9: Brooke Lupi, Adrian Week 10: Michelle Greeneway, Lake Forest Week 11: Kaylyn Schroka, Adrian Week 12: Lexi Holman, Concordia (Wis.) Week 13: Michelle Greeneway, Lake Forest

DEFENSIVE Week 1 - Jade Walsh, Adrian Week 2 - Allie Carter, Lake Forest Week 3 - Christina Pattengale, Concordia (Wis.) Week 4 - Kayla Griffith, Lake Forest Week 5 - No player named Week 6 - Brooke Gibson, Adrian Week 7 - Christina Pattengale, Concordia (Wis.) Week 8 - Leigh Grall, St. Norbert Week 9 - Allie Carter, Lake Forest Week 10 - Jade Walsh, Adrian Week 11 - Lindsey Hartfiel, St. Scholastica Week 12 - Lindsey Hartfiel, St. Scholastica


ADRIAN COLLEGE WOMEN’S HOCKEY

2016-2017 SCHEDULE OCT 23 NOV 2 NOV 4 NOV 5 NOV 11 NOV 13 NOV 18 NOV 20 NOV 26 NOV 27 DEC 2 DEC 3 JAN 7 JAN. 8 JAN 13 JAN 14 JAN 20 JAN 21 JAN 22 JAN 27 JAN 28 JAN 3 JAN 4 JAN 10 JAN 11 FRI. 17 SAT. 18 FRI. 24 SAT. 25

BLACK & WHITE GAME VS HTI STARS # AT ST. NORBERT * AT CONCORDIA (WIS.) * AT MARIAN (WIS.) * VS LAKE FOREST * VS ST. SCHOLASTICA * VS FINLANDIA * AT PLATTSBURGH ST. AT UTICA VS MARIAN (WIS.) * VS MARIAN (WIS.) * AT PLATTSBURGH ST. AT NORWICH/ELMIRA VS CONCORDIA (WIS.) * VS CONCORDIA (WIS.) * AT FINLANDIA * AT FINLANDIA * AT NORTHLAND * VS ST. NORBERT * VS ST. NORBERT * AT ST. SCHOLASTICA * AT ST. SCHOLASTICA * VS NORTHLAND * VS NORTHLAND * AT LAKE FOREST * AT LAKE FOREST * NCHA PLAYOFF NCHA PLAYOFF

* CONFERENCE GAME

5:00 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM 4:00 PM 8:00 PM 4:00 PM 7:00 PM 12:00 PM 4:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM 3:00 PM 1:00 PM TBA 7:00 PM 3:00 PM 7:15 PM 2:00 PM 1:30 PM 7:00 PM 3:00 PM 5:00 PM 3:00 PM 7:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM TBA TBA

2016-17 Adrian College Women's Hockey Media Guide  

This media guide profiles the 2016-17 Adrian College women's hockey team and contains the 2016-17 schedule, coach and player bios, 2015-16 s...

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