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2011-12 Robert Morris Women’s Ice Hockey Schedule Date

Opponent

Location Time

SEPTEMBER

23 (Fri.) PENN STATE (Exh.) Pittsburgh, Pa. 24 (Sat.) WATERLOO (Exh.) Pittsburgh, Pa.

7:05 p.m. 6:05 p.m.

OCTOBER

1 (Sat.) Windsor (Exh.) Pittsburgh, Pa. 7 (Fri.) LINDENWOOD Pittsburgh, Pa. 8 (Sat.) LINDENWOOD Pittsburgh, Pa. 14 (Fri.) MINNESOTA STATE Pittsburgh, Pa. 15 (Sat.) MINNESOTA STATE Pittsburgh, Pa. 21 (Fri.) @ RPI Troy, N.Y. 22 (Sat.) @ RPI Troy, N.Y. 28 (Fri.) @ St. Cloud State St. Cloud, Minn. 29 (Sat.) @ St. Cloud State St. Cloud, Minn.

2:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 8:07 p.m. 3:07 p.m.

NOVEMBER

12 (Sat.) 13 (Sun.) 22 (Tues.) 25 (Fri.) 26 (Sat.)

@ Lindenwood @ Lindenwood @ Colgate vs. Yale & @ UConn / vs. Quinnipiac &

Wentzville, Mo. Wentzville, Mo. Hamilton, N.Y. Storrs, Conn. Storrs, Conn.

8:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00/7:00 p.m.

DECEMBER

9 (Fri.) 10 (Sat.) 30 (Fri.) 31 (Sat.)

SYRACUSE * Pittsburgh, Pa. SYRACUSE * Pittsburgh, Pa. BEMIDJI STATE # Pittsburgh, Pa. BEMIDJI STATE Pittsburgh, Pa.

3:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:15 p.m.

JANUARY

6 (Fri.) @ Providence Providence, R.I. 7 (Sat.) @ Providence Providence, R.I. 20 (Fri.) MERCYHURST * Pittsburgh, Pa. 21 (Sat.) @ Mercyhurst * Erie, Pa. 27 (Fri.) @ Niagara * Niagara University, N.Y. 28 (Sat.) NIAGARA * Pittsburgh, Pa. 30 (Mon) @ Princeton Princeton, N.J.

7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 3:05 p.m.

FEBRUARY

3 (Fri.) @ Syracuse * Syracuse, N.Y. 4 (Sat.) @ Syracuse * Syracuse, N.Y. 10 (Fri.) NIAGARA * Pittsburgh, Pa. 12 (Sun.) @ Niagara * Niagara University, N.Y. 17 (Fri.) @ Mercyhurst * Erie, Pa. 18 (Sat.) MERCYHURST * Pittsburgh, Pa.

7:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

MARCH

2-3 (Fri. – Sat.) CHA Tournament Pittsburgh, Pa. TBA Home games bold and all CAPS  | All times Eastern  | All home games played at the RMU Island Sports Center unless marked * College Hockey America Game  |  # Played at CONSOL Energy Center – Pittsburgh, Pa.  |  & Nutmeg Classic - Storrs, Conn.


Quick Facts General Information

Location: Moon Township, Pa. 15108 Founded: 1921 Enrollment: 5,000 Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: College Hockey America (CHA) Colors: Blue & White with Red Nickname: Colonials President: Gregory G. Dell’Omo, Ph.D. Athletic Director: Craig Coleman, M.D. Associate Athletic Director: Marty Galosi Director of Compliance: Ryan Fleischer Director of Student Services: Sean Simmons Senior Women Administrator: Addie Muti Faculty Representative: Scott Branvold, Ed.D. Athletic Department Phone: (412) 397-4999

Sports Information

Coaching Information

Sports Information Director: Jim Duzyk   Phone: (412) 397-4919   Fax: (412) 397-4943  E-mail: duzyk@rmu.edu Women’s Hockey Contact: Spencer Kowitz   Phone: (412) 397-4950   Fax: (412) 397-4943  E-mail: sidga02@rmu.edu Internet Address: www.rmucolonials.com SID Mailing Address: Joe Walton Stadium 6001 University Blvd. Moon Township, PA 15108

Head Coach: Paul Colontino   Mercyhurst, ‘00   Record at RMU: 0-0-0 (first season)   Career Record: 0-0-0 (first season) Women’s Hockey Phone: (412) 397-4478 Assistant Coach: Logan Bittle   Robert Morris, ’08 (second season) Assistant Coach: Allison Rutledge   Niagara ’07 (first season) Volunteer Assistant Coach: Brianne McLaughlin   Robert Morris, ’11 (first season)

Team Information / History

2010-11 Overall Record: 6-21-7 2010-11 CHA Record / Finish: 2-9-5 / 4th First Season of Women’s Hockey: 2005-06 Years in NCAA Tournament: 0 Letterwinners Returning / Lost: 14/7 Key Returnees: F – Brianna Delaney (Sr.) Asst. Captain, 11g, 19a (2010-11)

F – Thea Imbrogno (So.) 2010-11 CHA Rookie of the Year – 12g, 17a F – Dayna Newsom (Jr.) Asst. Captain, 5g, 16a (2010-11) D – Paige Pietrangelo (Sr.) Captain, 0g, 1a (2010-11)

D – Kathryn Stack (Sr.) Asst. Captain, 3g, 0a (2010-11)

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Paul Colontino Head Coach Robert Morris University Director of Athletics Craig Coleman, M.D., announced the hiring of Paul Colontino as head women’s ice hockey coach in June 2011.   Colontino, who had served as associate head coach at Mercyhurst since 2006, helped guide teams to the NCAA Tournament in each of the past five years, including earning two Frozen Four berths, and has over a decade of women’s hockey coaching experience at the Division I level.   In Colontino’s five seasons with Mercyhurst, the Lakers have posted an overall record of 148-25-9 (.838), advanced to the national championship game once, made two Frozen Four appearances, qualified for the NCAA Tournament five times, were ranked No. 1 nationally in each season and won five College Hockey America (CHA) tournament championships and five regular-season titles. Immediately after Colontino returned to Mercyhurst as associate head coach, the Lakers went 32-2-3 in 2006-07, claiming the program record for victories, as they registered a ninewin improvement from the previous season and were ranked No. 1 nationally for 13 weeks. After a one-goal loss in the NCAA Tournament to the

eventual national champions ended the Lakers’ 2007-08 season, the 2008-09 squad reached new heights. Entering the NCAA Tournament on a 15-game winning streak, Mercyhurst advanced to its first-ever Frozen Four with a

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victory over St. Lawrence and proceeded to top Minnesota in a thrilling semifinal contest to move into the national championship game against Wisconsin. The Lakers were ranked No. 1 for 23 weeks the following season, went 30-3-3 and advanced to the Frozen Four for the second straight season before succumbing in overtime to Cornell.   While Colontino had a hand in leading and assisting in all aspects of the Lakers’ program, he specifically managed the defensive corps and worked with the penalty killing units, areas that have thrived recently for Mercyhurst. Under Colontino, the Lakers ranked among the top 10 nationally in scoring defense in each of his five seasons while allowing two goals per game or fewer on four of those occasions. Mercyhurst has also ranked among the top four programs nationally in killing off opponents’ power plays in each of the last two seasons.   Colontino also served as the recruiting coordinator for the Lakers and was able to attract numerous top-tier talents to Mercyhurst. He helped recruit the 2009-10 Patty Kazmaier Award winner, Vicki Bendus, one of four Kazmaier Award finalists Mercyhurst has earned under Colontino. The Lakers have


received 28 All-CHA selections, including 17 First Team honors, since Colontino rejoined the staff, and he has helped his Laker defensemen earn eight All-CHA First Team awards in the past five years alone with Mercyhurst’s Cassea Schols grabbing CHA Defenseman of the Year honors for 2010-11.   Colontino had numerous other responsibilities away from the ice for the Lakers including scheduling, monitoring academic affairs of student-athletes, preparing scouting reports of opponents, developing and conducting practices and organizing program fundraising events.  Prior to his most recent stretch at Mercyhurst, Colontino was an assistant coach with the women’s team at the University of North Dakota for four years. He helped launch the women’s program with the Fighting Sioux in 2002 and was part of the coaching staff the following season when North Dakota won 11 of its final 12 games to post a winning record in just its second season of existence. Some of Colontino’s responsibilities with North Dakota included training the Fighting Sioux defensive units, aiding with video analysis and recruiting prospective student-athletes along with organizing the staff’s recruiting efforts. He also

developed, scheduled and organized an annual international hockey tournament at North Dakota. During his time on staff, the Fighting Sioux transitioned into the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) in their third season as a program and upset fourth-ranked Minnesota Duluth on the road in February 2006, the highest-ranked opponent the Sioux had defeated in program history to that point. Colontino, who has also been an instructor at numerous hockey camps and clinics throughout

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the country, began his coaching career as an assistant with Mercyhurst in 2000. He planned and instructed the strength and conditioning efforts for the program, coordinated individual video sessions with student-athletes, helped oversee the program’s travel and equipment budgets and organized team community service efforts. In the second season of his first stint with Mercyhurst, the Lakers won a then school-record 24 games, including posting a perfect 8-0-0 mark in conference play.  Before moving to the coaching side, Colontino played for four years at Mercyhurst and earned multiple notable awards in the process. While serving as a team captain in his senior season, he was named both Mercyhurst Student-Athlete of the Year and Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Co-Defensive Player of the Year while leading the Lakers to a then school-record tying 23 wins. Colontino, who was also an All-MAAC First Team selection, helped Mercyhurst to a winning record in each of his seasons on the ice with the Lakers.   Colontino earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Mercyhurst in anthropology/ archaeology in 2000 and proceeded to earn a Master of Science degree from Mercyhurst in organizational leadership in 2002.


Logan Bittle ASSISTANT Coach Bittle ranked sixth in all-time games played (126) for the Colonials, sat tenth in career points (52) and was tied for eighth in career goals (20). He played a part in the development of the men’s hockey program at Robert Morris, helping it progress from its earliest stages – the school’s first team won eight games his freshman year, but nearly doubled that total by collecting 15 victories during Bittle’s senior season. He has the distinction of assisting on the first-ever game-winning goal in Colonial men’s hockey history, notching a third period helper to push RMU past Canisius Oct. 22, 2004, in its initial game in NCAA competition. Bittle graduated from Robert Morris in the spring of 2008 with a degree in sport management.  After graduation, Bittle continued his hockey career in the professional ranks. He played for both the Dayton Bombers of the ECHL and the New Jersey Rockhoppers of the Eastern Professional Hockey League (EPHL).

Logan Bittle enters his second season as an assistant coach with the Robert Morris University women’s ice hockey team.   In his first year on the bench for the Colonials, Bittle helped the squad advance to the College Hockey America Semifinals for the second-consecutive season and establish a new program-record unbeaten streak all while navigating a highly-demanding schedule--RMU played 15 games against teams that finished the year ranked or receiving votes nationally. Bittle also helped guide Thea Imbrogno to a recordsetting freshman campaign and CHA Rookie of the Year honors. Imbrogno ranked sixth nationally in points per game among rookies, produced a school record 10-game point streak and became just the second student-athlete in program history to earn all-conference accolades as a freshman.   Bittle was a member of the RMU men’s inaugural team in 2004-05 and played four years for the Colonials. At the time of his hire,

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Allison Rutledge ASSISTANT Coach Robert Morris University women’s hockey head coach Paul Colontino announced the hiring of Allison Rutledge as an assistant coach in September 2011.  Rutledge, who previously served as an assistant coach at Wayne State since 2007, has earned national recognition and demonstrated success as both a Division I player and coach and also boasts eight years of experience in College Hockey America (CHA) competition.   In her first season at Wayne State, Rutledge and her fellow Warrior coaches were named the National Coaching Staff of the Year by the American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA) after finishing the season with the first national ranking in program history and securing a school-record 22 wins. Rutledge helped Wayne State to a share of its first CHA regularseason championship along with breaking the school records for longest winning streak (nine games) and longest unbeaten streak (11 games). The Warriors advanced to the CHA Championship, and despite winning the regular-season series with nationally-ranked Mercyhurst, Wayne State lost in overtime to the Lakers in the tournament final.  Rutledge helped Wayne State claim its second straight 20-win season the following year as the Warriors went 21-9-2 to rank seventh nationally in winning percentage and once again advanced to the CHA Tournament Championship.   In addition to overseeing numerous off-ice duties for the Warriors, Rutledge supervised the team’s goaltenders and defensive skaters. She coordinated all goalie development and also managed Wayne State’s defensive corps during games, determining pairings and ice time. Rutledge guided her goaltenders and defensemen to seven all-conference honors during her time at Wayne State in addition to three all-rookie selections. In the 2008-09 season, the Warriors had a freshman goalie start 21 games and post a .898 save percentage, a mark which Rutledge worked with the

netminder to improve. In that goalie’s junior season, she finished second nationally among qualifying players with a single-season school record 978 saves and led the league with a .921 save percentage.  Away from the ice, Rutledge acted as Wayne State’s academic coordinator, advising and guiding students for academic success while also monitoring their academic eligibility. She also ran the team’s video operations, analyzing game and practice tapes for studentathletes and fellow staff members. Rutledge also led the staff’s efforts for scheduling, travel and community service and assisted with the program’s recruiting and compliance responsibilities.  Rutledge had a strong pedigree for working with Wayne State’s goalies as she was an All-American goaltender during her playing days at Niagara. She started 110 games in her collegiate career and ranks third all-time in NCAA history with 3,405 saves.

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 After Rutledge earned CHA All-Rookie honors in her freshman campaign and recorded 38 saves as the starting goalie in the CHA Championship, she posted a .929 save percentage in her sophomore season, ranking fifth nationally, and allowed a mere 2.21 goals per game. The following season she led the nation with 1,103 saves, a mark that still stands fifth in single-season Division I history, and claimed All-CHA First Team honors. Rutledge, who was invited to Hockey Canada’s U-22 Selection Camp in 2006, again surpassed the 1,000-save mark in her final season and was selected as a Reebok Hockey All-American after her senior year. Rutledge also garnered her second-consecutive first team all-conference honor in 2007 after starting each one of her team’s 35 games that season.  Rutledge helped Niagara advance to the CHA Championship in three of her four seasons with the Purple Eagles and currently ranks 15th in career save percentage among Division I netminders who completed their careers with at least 1,000 saves.   While her on-ice accomplishments were significant, Rutledge collected hardware for her work in the classroom as well. She was named the CHA Student-Athlete of the Year in the 2006-07 season and was awarded CHA All-Academic accolades in all three of her eligible seasons. The two-time captain also earned American Women’s Hockey Coaches Association (AWHCA) National Scholar Athlete honors after her senior season.  Rutledge has instructed at multiple hockey camps across the United States and Canada and also served as an alumni panelist for a Niagara University ‘Life After Sport’ program.  Rutledge graduated from Niagara magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in secondary education in 2007. She is currently writing her master’s thesis and intends on earning a Master’s of Education in special education from Wayne State this fall with a concentration in Autism Spectrum Disorders.


Brianne McLaughlin VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT Coach Former Colonial goaltender Brianne McLaughlin joined the Robert Morris University women’s hockey staff in July 2011 as a volunteer assistant coach.  McLaughlin had a storied collegiate career for Robert Morris before competing for her country in both Olympic and World Championship events.  McLaughlin, who graduated from Robert Morris in the spring of 2011 with a degree in nursing, will assist with numerous aspects of the RMU program including day-to-day operations, individual player development, video analysis and practice planning.   In 120 career games for Robert Morris, McLaughlin stopped a NCAA-record 3,809 shots, a figure that is more than 200 clear of the closest netminder. McLaughlin was a fourtime All-College Hockey America award winner and also earned national defensive player of the week honors on three occasions in her career. She led RMU to one of the biggest wins in school history Oct. 3, 2008 when she made a single-game school record 63 saves to lead the Colonials to a stunning road upset of No.

3 Minnesota. McLaughlin recorded at least 40 saves in 27 contests in her RMU career and stopped at least 50 shots on eight occasions.  Less than one year after she completed

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her collegiate career, McLaughlin traveled to Vancouver, British Columbia for the 2010 Olympic Games as a member of the U.S. National Team. She appeared in the team’s first game of the tournament, becoming the first Colonial student-athlete to compete in the Olympics, and went on to help the U.S. earn a silver medal. McLaughlin recently added another item to her award collection as she won a gold medal in April with the Red, White & Blue at the 2011 International Ice Hockey Federation World Women’s Championship in Switzerland. McLaughlin got the start between the pipes in the opening tournament game for the U.S. against Slovakia and certainly rose to the occasion in her first-career world championship appearance. She stopped every shot she faced to record her first-career shutout in a U.S. uniform despite having to face the Slovakian powerplay unit on five occasions. McLaughlin’s effort would prove to be America’s only shutout of the tournament as the U.S. squad would go on to win its third-consecutive world championship with a thrilling, 3-2, overtime victory over Canada.


2011-12 Roster No. Player

Yr.

Pos.

Ht.

3 Dayna Newsom Jr. F 4 Katelyn Scott Fr. F 5 Anneline Lauziere So. D 8 Brianna Delaney Sr. F 9 Kylie St. Louis So. D 10 Chelsea Burdzy Fr. F 11 Paige Pietrangelo Sr. D 14 Jennifer Kindret Jr. F 16 Erin Staniewski Fr. D 17 Kelsey Thomas Jr. F 18 Taylor Sakundiak Fr. F 19 Thea Imbrogno So. F 20 Courtney Langston Jr. F 21 Maddie Collias Fr. F 22 Kathryn Stack Sr. D 24 Rebecca Vint Fr. F 25 Jamie Joslin Jr. D 26 Cobina Delaney Jr. F 27 Katie Fergus Fr. F 28 Brandi Pollock So. D 29 Kristen DiCiocco Jr. G 31 Courtney Vinet Fr. G

Hometown / Previous Team

5-7 Oakville, Ontario / Oakville Ice 5-6 Brighton, Mich. / Belle Tire 5-6 St. Thomas, Ontario / London Jr. Devilettes 5-6 Stittsville, Ontario / NCCP Raiders 5-11 Windsor, Ontario / Southwest Wildcats 5-6 Imperial, Pa. / Pittsburgh Penguins Elite 5-11 Niagara Falls, Ontario / Hamilton Hawks 5-9 Winnipeg, Manitoba / BC Breakers 5-7 Strathroy, Ontario / London Jr. Devilettes 5-5 Hamilton, Ontario / Hamilton Hawks 5-3 Calgary, Alberta / Edge School 5-4 Etobicoke, Ontario / Mississauga Jr. Chiefs 5-4 Warrensburgh, Mo. / Shattuck St. Mary’s 5-7 Roseville, Mich. / Belle Tire 5-6 Edmonton, Alberta / Edmonton Thunder 5-10 Caledon, Ontario / Brampton Junior Thunder 5-8 Richmond Hill, Ontario / Aurora Panthers 5-7 Stittsville, Ontario / Ottawa Senators 5-9 Oakville, Ontario / Burlington Jr. Barracudas 5-6 Virden, Manitoba / Westman Wildcats 5-7 Niagara Falls, Ontario / Stoney Creek Jr. Sabres 5-4 Camrose, Alberta / Edge School

Head Coach: Paul Colontino (first season at RMU; Mercyhurst ’00) Assistant Coach: Logan Bittle (second season at RMU; Robert Morris ’08) Assistant Coach: Allison Rutledge (first season at RMU; Niagara ’07) Volunteer Assistant Coach: Brianne McLaughlin (first season at RMU; Robert Morris ’11) Captain: Paige Pietrangelo  |  Asst. Captains: Brianna Delaney, Dayna Newsom, Kathryn Stack

Pronunciation guide Maddie Collias Ko-LEE-is Brianna Delaney DUH-lay-nee Cobina Delaney Co-bean-ah DUH-lay-nee Kristen DiCiocco Da-CHOKE-o Thea Imbrogno Im-brone-yo Anneline Lauziere Anna-lin La-zear Paige Pietrangelo Peter-ANG-a-lo Taylor Sakundiak Sa-kund-diak Kylie St. Louis Ky-lee Saint Louis Erin Staniewski Sta-new-ski Courtney Vinet Vi-NET

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Brianna Delaney

  Sr., Forward / 5-6 / Born: 9/19/1990

  Stittsville, Ontario / NCCP Raiders

2010-11

• Broke the program’s career assist record as a junior, collecting the record-breaking helper by assisting on a third-period goal for her sister, Cobina, Jan. 9 at UConn

• Set a new single-season RMU record for assists (19), and assists per game (.56), courtesy of an assist in the CHA Semifinals against No. 3 Mercyhurst, setting up a goal for her sister, Cobina • Totaled 30 points to tie for the team lead and become the first player in school history to post three seasons with 30+ points

• Her ratio of .88 points per game ranked second in single-season history to her own 2008-09 mark • Finished the season second in career points at RMU with 93, four shy of tying the all-time record

• Assisted on seven of the eight goals scored by her younger sister, Cobina

★  Assistant Captain (2011-12)

★  CHA Offensive Player of the Week (11/16/09)

★  RMU Offensive Player of the Year (2008-09)

★  RMU Rookie of the Year (2008-09)

★  CHA All-Rookie Team (2008-09)

★  Two-Time CHA Rookie of the Week (12/5/08), (2/9/09)

★  CHA Offensive Player of the Week (10/13/08)

• Was second on the team in shooting percentage (.134) while taking the third-most shots on the team (82) • Notched the game-tying assist and the gamewinning goal in the third period in a 2-1 victory at Minnesota State (12/3)

• Recorded two goals, including the game-winner, both assisted by her younger sister, Cobina, to lead RMU to a 3-1 win at UConn (1/8)

• Totaled eight multi-point games, including backto-back ones against nationally-ranked Providence, one in the CHA Tournament and one against nationally-ranked Mercyhurst • Claimed her first-career game-tying goal Feb. 18 against Syracuse when she scored with just 1:46 remaining in regulation to even the game, 2-2 • Led the squad with 17 points in the team’s 18 home games

• Collected at least one point in eight of final nine games of season 2009-10

• Appeared in every game (36) for the second straight season while leading the Colonials with 31 points, finishing second in single-season school history behind her own 2008-09 mark • Finished second on the team in goals with 14, fourth all-time in single-season school history, and led the team with a career-high 17 assists, second all-time in single-season school history • Led the team with 108 shots, second all-time in single-season school history behind her own 2008-09 mark, and six power play goals, tying the single-season school record

• Finished the season and enters her junior year ranked in numerous RMU all-time career offensive categories: fourth in points (63), third in goals (32), third in power-play goals (12) and sixth in assists (31)

• Broke the Colonials’ career record for power-play goals (16) Feb. 25 at No. 3 Mercyhurst with a thirdperiod score and tied for the team lead with four on the season

• Earned CHA Offensive Player of the Week honors following a series at Niagara in which she assisted on the Colonials’ lone goal in the first game before notching a game-tying goal in the third period in the second contest, finishing with five shots and a +2 rating for the weekend (11/16)

• Along with career assists and power-play goals, enters senior season as career leader at RMU in points per game (.89), goals per game (.41), multigoal games (8) and multi-assist games (9)

• Tallied 11 goals to tie for eighth in single-season history and become one of only two players with three seasons of 10+ goals

• Recorded an unassisted goal to start the scoring, and finished with a +2 rating, sparking Robert Morris to an upset over then fourth-ranked and eventual national champion Minnesota-Duluth on the road (10/3)

• Became the third player in RMU history to score multiple goals in one period twice in a single season, Oct. 16 vs. Northeastern and Dec. 4 at Minnesota State

• Assisted on the first two goals of the game, including one double assist with her younger sister Cobina, and finished with a +2 rating, leading RMU to a 3-1 upset at defending national champion and sixth-ranked Wisconsin (11/6)

• Has notched multiple goals in a single period on four occasions in her career, a school record • Registered 12 points in the team’s 15 games against opponents that finished the year ranked or receiving votes nationally

• Enters 2011-12 season, tied for second in career goals (43) and second in multi-point games (23)

• Recorded an assist in the Colonials’ game at CONSOL Energy Center to collect a point in a NHL arena for her third-consecutive season

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• Scored the game’s first goal fewer than three minutes in, leading the Colonials to the program’s first CHA Tournament win, upsetting host and fourth-seeded Wayne State, 3-1, in the CHA Quarterfinals (3/4)


• Collected three goals, including a game winner, three assists and a +4 rating over consecutive days in victories over Sacred Heart (1/22-1/23)

• Tallied the game-winning goal, and an assist, in a 3-1 victory at Maine (10/23) • Registered a goal and an assist at top-ranked Mercyhurst (12/5) • Recorded seven multi-point games 2008-09

• Skated in all 35 games for the Colonials

• Named CHA Rookie of the Week twice throughout the season (12/5/08, 2/9/09) and CHA Offensive Player of the Week one time (10/13/08) • Earned a spot on the All-CHA Rookie Team and was named RMU’s Offensive Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year

• Broke the RMU single-season records for points and goals with 32 and 18, respectively • Tied for first on the team with 14 assists

• Ranked 13th in the nation for rookies scoring

• Led the team in shots taken with 113, ranked first in power play goals with six and first in shorthanded goals two • Ended the season with a +5 rating

• Provided eight multi-point games during the season and scored at least one point in 19 games

• In the Colonials’ 3-2 win over No. 3 Minnesota (10/3/09) scored an unassisted goal to give RMU a 2-0 lead after the first period • Recorded her first multi-goal game against Cornell (11/1/08) with two goals, including the game-winner to give RMU a 2-1 victory • Scored a goal in back-to-back games against Niagara (11/14/09, 11/15/09)

Pre-RMU

• Participated in seven sports while attending Sacred Heart Catholic High School

• Earned Junior Athlete of the Year accolades in 2006 and received Senior Athlete of the Year honors in 2008

• Named MVP of her hockey team in 2006, 2007 and 2008, while also earning MVP honors in Softball (20072008), Field Hockey (2007) and Badminton (2007) • Led team to a silver finish in the Provisional championship and a spot in the PWHL league playoffs in 2007 while playing for the NCCP Ottawa Capitals • Finished the year leading her team with 36 points, scoring 17 goals and 19 assists in 31 games for an average of 1.2 points per game

• Selected to play for Team Ontario Blue at the U18 Championships in Kitchener and earned a Bronze finish at the Ontario Winter games in 2006

• In a 5-4 win over Maine (11/29/08) dished out a season-high three helpers • Tallied eight points in the series against Sacred Heart (2/6/09-2/7/09) with a pair of goals and assists in each game

Personal

• Daughter of Gerry and Dennis Delaney

• In a 1-0 shutout victory over Wayne State (2/21/09) provided the game-winning assist and scored one goal in the Colonials’ next contest against Niagara (2/27/09)

• Born September 19, 1990

• Has one sister, Cobina, and two brothers, Vince and Austin

• Ended the season with one goal and one assist in the semifinal contest of the CHA Tournament against Wayne State (3/6/09) Year

Team

2008-09 Robert Morris 2009-10 Robert Morris 2010-11 Robert Morris Career

• Sister, Cobina, is a junior on the team • Major is elementary education GP

35 36 34 105

G

A

Pts.

Shots

Pen.

PIM

18 14 11 43

14 17 19 50

32 31 30 93

113 108 82 303

7 19 17 43

14 38 34 86

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Paige Pietrangelo

  Sr., Defenseman / 5-11 / Born: 6/21/1990

 Niagara Falls, Ontario / Hamilton Hawks- Assistant Captain (2011-12)

★  Captain (2011-12)

★  RMU Most Improved Player (2008-09)

2008-09

• Skated in 28 games for the Colonials

• Tallied one goal and one assist on the season for a total of two points • Attempted six shots during the season • Ranked third on the team in shot percentage with a .167 percentage

2010-11

• Skated in all 34 games, a career high

• Earned her first point of the season on an assist against Sacred Heart (2/7/09)

• Fired a career-high 12 shots

• Tallied her lone goal in RMU’s final regular-season game against Niagara that ended in a 3-3 tie (2/28/09)

• Registered a +1 rating in the team’s CHA Semifinal against No. 3 Mercyhurst

Pre-RMU

• Recorded her second-career assist on the game’s opening goal at CHA foe Wayne State (2/11) • Blocked five shots, including three during overtime, in the home finale against Syracuse, a 2-2 tie • Was on the ice for the game-winning goal and recorded a +1 plus/minus for RMU’s victory at Wayne State (2/12) • Drilled two shots Oct. 29 at No. 4 Mercyhurst 2009-10

• Took the ice in 33 games for RMU, a career high • Registered a +2 rating and helped hold then fourth-ranked and eventual national champion Minnesota-Duluth to a single goal in a 4-1 upset victory in Duluth (10/3)

• Contributed a career-high +5 rating along with two shots in a 13-4 victory over Sacred Heart (1/23) • Fired a shot and helped hold defending national champion and sixth-ranked Wisconsin to a lone goal in a 3-1 upset in Madison (11/6)

• Helped the Colonials to a pair of 1-0 road shutouts against Maine (10/24) and Syracuse (2/12) • Fired seven shots on the year, including two multi-shot games Year

Team

2008-09 Robert Morris 2009-10 Robert Morris 2010-11 Robert Morris Career

• Registered a +3 rating in RMU’s win over Sacred Heart (2/7/09)

• Lettered in hockey, basketball and soccer in high school

• Named Jr. Athlete of the Year in 2006 and earned the Girl’s Hockey Award in grade 12

• Played in 42 games for the Hawks, earning one goal and 10 assists for 11 points Personal

• Daughter of Frank and Kim Pietrangelo • Born June 21, 1990

• Her father, Frank, was a goalie for the Pittsburgh Penguins and Hartford Whalers

• Her cousin, Alex Pietrangelo, was drafted fourth overall in the 2008 NHL Draft and has played for the St. Louis Blues • Has one sister, Jessica, and one brother, Dylan • Major is environmental science GP

G A

28 33 34 95

1 0 0 1

1 0 1 2

Pts. Shots

2 0 1 3

— Robert Morris University —

10

6 7 12 25

Pen.

PIM

9 13 19 41

18 26 38 82


22

#

Kathryn Stack

  Sr., Defenseman / 5-6 / Born: 6/5/1990

 Edmonton, Alberta / Edmonton Thunder

★  Assistant Captain (2010-11, 2011-12)

★  RMU Training Dedication Award (2009-10)

• Registered a +1 rating and took a shot in helping hold then fourth-ranked and eventual national champion Minnesota-Duluth to a single goal in a 4-1 upset victory in Duluth (10/3)

Pre-RMU • Played for St. Francis Xavier High School and Edmonton Thunder club team

• Earned the Dr. George Caffaro Heart and Soul Award

• Recorded a +1 rating and fired a shot in helping hold defending national champion and sixth-ranked Wisconsin to a lone goal in a 3-1 upset in Madison (11/6)

• Named Global Edmonton Athlete of the Week

• Given the Silver Stick Award for being the most outstanding student

2008-09

2010-11 • Scored her first-career shorthanded goal, the team’s only one of the season, in a 4-4 tie at CHA for Wayne State (2/11) • Tallied her first-career game-tying goal with just over five minutes remaining Nov. 27 against Maine, helping RMU steal a point • Scored against No. 1 Wisconsin, the eventual national champion, to notch her first-career nonconference goal (11/20) • Served as an assistant captain • Fired a career-high 25 shots

• Recorded career-lows in penalties (3) and penalty minutes (6) • Registered four consecutive multi-shot games, collecting 11 shots in total, including six in a series against No. 1 Wisconsin (11/19 – 11/27) • Blocked three shots in the team’s CHA home opener, a 3-1 victory over Wayne State (11/12) • Skated in all 34 games

Personal

• Took the ice in 33 games for the Colonials

• Daughter of Michael and Nadine Stack

• Netted three goals and added four assists for a total of seven points

• Born June 5, 1990

• Recorded her first collegiate goal and first multi-point game of the season with one goal and one assist in a 3-2 victory over CHA rival Syracuse (10/11/08)

• Has two brothers, Michael and Nathan, and one sister, Laura • Major is education

• Netted her second goal of the season against the Wayne State Warriors (1/17/09) and tallied her final goal of the season, also against the Warriors (2/20/09) • Tallied an assist on RMU’s game-tying goal against Syracuse (1/11/09)

• Ranked first on the team with a .231 shot percentage

• Attempted 13 shots on the season

• Tied for fourth on the team in power play goals with two

2009-10 • Skated in all 36 games for the Colonials, a career high • Collected four assists on the season and fired 17 shots from her defense position

• Tallied assists in three consecutive games, with the third one setting up the game-winning goal in a victory over Rensselaer (11/21-11/28) • Collected an assist and had a +2 rating in a 13-4 victory over Sacred Heart (1/23) Year

Team

2008-09 Robert Morris 2009-10 Robert Morris 2010-11 Robert Morris Career

GP

33 36 34 103

G A

Pts. Shots

3 0 3 6

7 4 3 14

4 4 0 8

— Robert Morris University —

11

13 17 25 55

Pen.

PIM

13 11 3 27

26 22 6 54


3

#

Dayna Newsom

  Jr., Forward / 5-6 / Born: 1/25/1985

  Oakville Ontario / Oakville Ice

★  Assistant Captain (2011-12)

★  Coaches’ Award (2010-11)

• Totaled 12 points in the team’s 15 games against teams that finished the year ranked or receiving votes nationally • Scored a goal at No. 1 Cornell and grabbed an assist against No. 1 Wisconsin (10/23, 11/19)

• Recorded a point in a NHL arena for the secondconsecutive season, assisting on a goal against Northeastern at CONSOL Energy Center (10/17)

2010-11

• Shattered freshman season totals with 16 assists and 21 points, finishing tied for third and fourth on the team, respectively

• Her 16 assists are tied for the fifth-highest total in single-season RMU history • Recorded a six-game point streak, third-longest in school history, in which she tallied nine points, with five of the six games coming against teams that finished the year ranked or receiving votes nationally (10/16 – 11/12) • Enters 2011-12 season ranked sixth all-time at RMU in both points per game (.47) and assists per game (.31)

• Was one of two RMU players to register a threepoint game on the season, factoring into the scoring on three consecutive goals in a span of 25:36, tying her career high for points, Oct. 16 vs. Northeastern

• Assisted on both RMU goals in a narrow, 3-2, loss at No. 1 Cornell (10/22)

• Put home a goal, tallied an assist and recorded a +2 plus/minus to help RMU upset nationally-ranked Providence (10/1)

• Skated in all 34 games

• Appeared in all 36 games in her freshman campaign

Team

• Born June 24, 1991

• Major is accounting

• Assisted on the game-winning goal and added an insurance tally as the Colonials recorded the program’s first CHA Tournament win, upsetting host and fourth-seeded Wayne State, 3-1, in the CHA Quarterfinals (3/4) • Registered her first career multi-point effort with a goal and two assists, collecting a season high three points, in a 10-2 victory over Sacred Heart (1/22)

• Attempted seven shots while recording a +2 rating in a weekend sweep at Maine (10/23, 10/24)

2009-10 Robert Morris 2010-11 Robert Morris Career

• Daughter of Diane and David Newsom

• Attempted 71 shots on the season, fourth on the team

• Went four consecutive games with a positive rating, all on the road, in a span of nine days (12/3 – 12/11) Year

Personal

• Finished the year with six goals, tied for fourth on the team, and six assists

• Recorded a +2 rating in RMU’s CHA Quarterfinal victory over Wayne State (3/3) • Produced three multi-point efforts in a sevengame span, all of which came against teams that were ranked or receiving votes nationally

• Honor roll student all four years of high school

• Has one brother, Dalton

2009-10

• Scored a goal and added an assist while registering season highs in both shots (6) and plus/minus rating (+3) in a 13-4 victory over Sacred Heart (1/23)

• Collected two multi-assist games in a three-game stretch to total three in her career, third most among active players entering 2011-12 (10/16-10/22)

Pre-RMU

• Comes to Robert Morris after competing on the Oakville Ice Jr. Hockey Club Team

• Scored her first collegiate goal in her first collegiate game to tie the score at fourth-ranked Minnesota-Duluth (10/2)

GP

36 34 70

G A

6 5 11

6 16 22

Pts. Shots

12 21 33

— Robert Morris University —

12

71 56 127

Pen.

PIM

10 20 30

20 40 60


14

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Jennifer Kindret

  Jr., Forward / 5-9 / Born: 12/21/1988

  Winnipeg, Manitoba / BC Breakers

★  Two-Time CHA Rookie of the Week (11/9, 1/26)

• Scored the game-winning goal and assisted on another as the Colonials recorded the program’s first CHA Tournament win, upsetting host and fourthseeded Wayne State, 3-1, in the CHA Quarterfinals (3/4)

2010-11

• Scored the game-winning goal in the Colonials’ CHA home opener (11/12)

• Assisted on a third-period goal to help RMU upset nationally-ranked Providence in its season opener (10/1) • Earned her first-career point in an NHL arena with a second-period assist at CONSOL Energy Center (10/17)

• Enters 2011-12 season, ranked eighth all-time in goals per game at RMU • Tallied her fourth-career multi-goal game Jan. 14 at Syracuse and is tied for fourth all-time in that category at RMU

• Topped her freshman season total with 61 shots

• Recorded a game-tying assist against Maine on a centering pass with just over five minutes remaining (11/27)

• Collected a point against No. 1 Wisconsin (11/20) • Registered a +1 rating in both of RMU’s postseason contests

• Scored her first-career goal in a CHA road contest Oct. 29 at No. 4 Mercyhurst 2009-10

• Took the ice in all 36 games in her rookie year

• Finished with nine goals, third on the team, and 17 points, fourth on the team, leading freshman in both categories • Shot at a .164 clip, which was third on the team Year

Team

2009-10 Robert Morris 2010-11 Robert Morris Career

• Earned her first CHA honor, Rookie of the Week, after recording her first collegiate multi-point effort by scoring a pair of goals seven minutes apart to open the scoring, sparking the Colonials to a 3-1 upset victory of defending national champion and sixth-ranked Wisconsin (11/6)

Personal

• Daughter of Ann and Brian Kindret • Born December, 21, 1988

• Has two brothers, Ryan and Chris • Major is sport management

• Earned another Rookie of the Week nod after scoring four goals and notching two assists while contributing a +6 rating in a two-game series sweep of Sacred Heart (1/26) • Collected her first collegiate point with an assist against St. Lawrence (10/17) • Scored her first collegiate goal to open the scoring fewer than three minutes into the game and finished with a +2 rating in a 3-1 victory at Maine (10/23)

• Assisted on the lone goal in a 1-0 triumph at CHA foe Syracuse (2/12)

• Made her collegiate debut in the season opener at fourth-ranked Minnesota-Duluth (10/2) Pre-RMU

• Led her team to a city finalist finish as the assistant captain of her high school hockey team

• Named the most improved player of the Toronto Rattlers during her senior year

• Leading scorer of the Toronto Rattlers in 2006-07 • Led her club hockey team to a city championship, a provincial championship and a Western Shield silver finish GP

36 33 69

G A

9 4 13

8 4 12

Pts. Shots

17 8 25

— Robert Morris University —

13

55 61 116

Pen.

PIM

9 13 22

29 26 55


17

#

Kelsey Thomas

  Jr., Forward / 5-5 / Born: 9/24/1991

  Hamilton, Ontario / Hamilton Hawks

★  Colonials’ Three-Star Award (tied) (2009-10)

• Took 89 shots on the year, the most by a freshman, third on the team and seventh in singleseason school history

• Scored her first collegiate goal to break a scoreless tie in overtime, netting the game-winner only 44 seconds in, sending the Colonials to a 1-0 victory at Maine and recording the fastest OT goal in school history (10/24) 2010-11

• Topped freshman year totals with 10 assists and 14 points, finishing fifth and tied for fifth on the team, respectively • Registered a pair of multi-point performances, both with one goal and one assist, Oct. 16 vs. Northeastern and Jan. 21 vs. No. 4 Mercyhurst

• Enters 2011-12 season ranked ninth in career shots at RMU (159) and second among all active players • Scored the game’s opening goal in the CHA home opener, a 3-1 victory Nov. 12

• Fired a career-high eight shots and recorded an assist against Maine Nov. 26 and followed that performance up by ripping seven more shots the next day • Recorded a third-period assist at No. 1 Cornell (10/23)

• Produced back-to-back games with at least one point on four occasions during the season

• Scored the fifth-quickest goal to open a period in RMU history Dec. 10 at Niagara, finding the twine after just 35 seconds passed in the second period

• Collected points in both games of the series at UConn and the series at Wayne State (1/8-1/9, 2/11-2/12) • Blocked four shots and collected an assist against Ohio State (10/9) • Skated in all 34 games 2009-10

• Skated in 35 games in her freshman campaign

• Finished the season with six goals, tied for fourth on the team, and six assists Year

Team

2009-10 Robert Morris 2010-11 Robert Morris Career

Personal

• Daughter of Lorna and Joe Thomas • Born September 24, 1991

• Has two brothers, Spencer and Jordan • Major is environmental science

• Scored a goal with just eight seconds remaining to tie the game 2-2 at CHA foe Niagara (11/15) • Scored to tie the game and added the gamewinning assist in the third period to rally RMU to a 3-2 win over Niagara after trailing by two goals (2/20) • Recorded her first collegiate multipoint effort with a goal and an assist along with a +2 rating against Syracuse (11/21) • Collected her first collegiate point with an assist that opened the scoring against St. Lawrence (10/16) • Picked up an assist at top-ranked Mercyhurst (2/2)

• Registered her seasonhigh of seven shots, tying the team season-high, in a 13-4 victory over Sacred Heart (1/23)

• Made her collegiate debut and fired three shots in the season opener at fourth-ranked Minnesota-Duluth (10/2) Pre-RMU

• Participated in eight sports at Delta Secondary School

• Earned Senior Athlete of the Year honors in 2009 • Named MVP on four city championship winning teams (2005-2009) • Led her team to a perfect 10-0 season in 2008 GP

35 34 69

G A

6 4 10

6 10 16

Pts. Shots

12 14 26

— Robert Morris University —

14

89 70 159

Pen.

PIM

8 11 19

24 22 46


20

#

Courtney Langston

  Jr., Forward / 5-4 / Born: 10/10/90

  Warrensburgh, Mo. / Shattuck St. Mary’s

★  Player’s Player Award - Most Inspirational (2010-11)

Pre-RMU

• Part of a National Championship team in 2009 and also led her team to a state playoff championships in 2007 and 2009, while playing at Shattuck St. Mary’s

2010-11

• Scored her first-career game-winning goal to help RMU to a 2-1 conference road win Feb. 12

• Played in a career-high 30 games despite missing time due to injury

• Won the Player’s Player Award at season’s end for most inspirational member

• Named the most improved athlete in 2009 for her overall performance over four years • Honor roll student all four years of high school Personal

• Topped freshman year total with 13 shots

• Daughter of Denny and Susan Langston

• Fired a career-high four shots Jan. 8 in a 3-1 victory at UConn

• Has a twin sister, Kelsey

• Tallied +1 plus/minus ratings Oct. 8 vs. Ohio State, Jan. 14 at Syracuse and Feb. 12 at Wayne State

2009-10

• Took the ice in 25 games during her freshman campaign

• Born October 10, 1990 • Major is applied psychology

• Finished the year with two goals and one assist on 12 shots

• Registered her first career points by scoring two goals in a 13-4 victory over Sacred Heart (1/23)

• Assisted on the game-winning goal, completing a Colonial rally from two goals down, leading the team to a 3-2 victory over CHA foe Niagara (2/20) • Made her collegiate debut and fired two shots in the season opener at fourth-ranked MinnesotaDuluth (10/2)

Year

Team

2009-10 Robert Morris 2010-11 Robert Morris Career

GP

G A

25 30 55

2 1 3

1 0 1

Pts. Shots

3 1 4

— Robert Morris University —

15

12 13 25

Pen.

PIM

2 2 4

4 4 8


25

#

Jamie Joslin

  Jr., Defenseman / 5-8 / Born: 8/6/91

  Richmond Hill, Ontario/ Aurora Panthers

★  Deborah Sampson Award (2010-11)

★  RMU Rookie of the Year (2009-10)

• Scored five power-play goals, which was second on the team and ninth in the CHA

• Recorded her first collegiate points by registering a pair of assists that set up the first two goals of a 3-1 RMU win at Maine (10/23) • Assisted on a goal to tie the score with just eight seconds remaining at CHA foe Niagara (11/15) 2010-11

• Recorded her first-career game-winning assist Oct. 1, coming in the latter half of the third period, to help RMU upset nationally-ranked Providence • Provided her second game-winning assist six weeks later in the Colonials’ CHA home opener (11/12) • Led all defensemen with 55 shots and enters 2011-12 with 118 career shots, most among all active defensemen

• Blocked seven shots in a single period Nov. 27 in a 1-1 tie against Maine • Produced her first-ever shorthanded assist Feb. 11 at CHA foe Wayne State

• Blasted a career-high six shots Nov. 26 against Maine • Collected a point in a NHL arena for the secondconsecutive season, tallying an assist Oct. 17 vs. Northeastern • Blocked at least five shots in at least five games on the season

• Fired at least four shots in three consecutive games for the first time in her career (11/26 – 12/3) • Registered a +2 plus/minus in RMU’s CHA Quarterfinal victory March 3 and in its game at CONSOL Energy Center Oct. 17 2009-10

• Finished the season with six goals, setting the RMU single-season school record for goals by a defenseman • Skated in all 36 games in her freshman campaign • Tallied three assists and attempted 63 shots on the year, second on the team for defensemen Year

Team

2009-10 Robert Morris 2010-11 Robert Morris Career

• Scored her first collegiate goal to tie the game at sixth-ranked Wisconsin, beginning a stretch in which she would record points in three consecutive contests (11/7)

Personal

• Daughter of Darlene and Jeff • Born August 6, 1991

• Her one brother, Derek, plays for the San Jose Sharks • Major is secondary education - social sciences

• Jump-started the Colonials with a power-play goal that sparked a three-goal rally and overcame a two goal deficit in defeating Niagara, 3-2 (2/20)

• Attempted two shots and was on the ice for all three RMU scores, tying her season high with a +3 rating, as the Colonials recorded the program’s first CHA Tournament win, upsetting host and fourth-seeded Wayne State, 3-1, in the CHA Quarterfinals (3/4) • Scored a goal and recorded a +1 rating at topranked Mercyhurst (2/2)

• Made her collegiate debut and fired a shot in the season opener at fourth-ranked Minnesota-Duluth (10/2) Pre-RMU

• Participated in six sports, including boy’s hockey, while attending Richmond Green Secondary School • Earned Junior Female Athlete of the Year honors as a freshman and Senior Female Athlete of the Year honors as a junior and senior • Earned MVP awards in basketball and volleyball all four years of high school and was the team MVP for soccer her freshman, sophomore and junior year • Received the Rattler Award for most outstanding athlete as a sophomore and was the first student to receive the Platinum Rattler Award for most outstanding athlete in her junior year GP

G A

Pts. Shots

36 34 70

6 0 6

9 4 13

3 4 7

— Robert Morris University —

16

63 55 118

Pen.

PIM

15 23 38

30 46 76


26

#

Cobina Delaney

  Jr., Forward / 5-7 / Born: 11/22/91

  Stittsville, Ontario / Ottawa Senators

• Registered at least one point in both games of a series on three occasions (vs. Providence, vs. Northeastern and at UConn)

Personal

• Daughter of Gerry and Dennis Delaney • Born November 22, 1991

• Has one sister, Brianna, and two brothers, Vince and Austin

2009-10

• Took the ice in 35 games for the Colonials in her freshman season

• Sister, Brianna, is a senior on the team • Major is business

• Finished the season with one goal and recorded 12 assists, which tied for third on the team and tied for ninth in single-season school history

2010-11

• Topped freshman season totals in goals with eight and points with 14, finishing fourth and tied for fifth on the team, respectively • Seven of her eight goals were assisted by her older sister, Brianna

• Tallied a multi-point game in the postseason for the second-consecutive year, notching a goal and an assist to help RMU advance to the CHA Semifinals with a 4-2 victory (3/3) • Led the team with a career-best .136 shooting percentage

• Enters 2011-12 season ranked ninth in career assists per game (.25) at RMU

• Collected a multi-assist game, including the gamewinner, assisting on two goals for her older sister, Brianna, along with a season-high +2 rating in a 3-1 victory at UConn Jan. 8 • Scored in the CHA Semifinal, courtesy of her sister, against No. 3 Mercyhurst to notch three points in two postseason games played • Tallied a third-period goal to help RMU upset nationally-ranked Providence (10/1)

• Has four multi-assist games in her career entering 2011-12, second among all active players • Captured a point in an NHL arena for the secondconsecutive season with a goal at CONSOL Energy Center (10/17) • Scored a third-period goal Jan. 9 at UConn and, in the process, helped her sister, Brianna, break the school’s all-time assist record • Fired 59 shots, topping total from freshman campaign Year

Team

2009-10 Robert Morris 2010-11 Robert Morris Career

• Assisted on two goals, including the game-winner, as the Colonials recorded the program’s first CHA Tournament win, upsetting host and fourthseeded Wayne State, 3-1, in the CHA Quarterfinals (3/4)

• Recorded her first collegiate point when she assisted on a goal in the Colonials’ upset of then fourth-ranked and eventual national champion Minnesota-Duluth, 4-1, on the road (10/3)

• Teamed up with her older sister, Brianna, as both assisted on a game-opening goal that gave the Colonials the lead for good in a 3-1 victory at defending national champion and sixth-ranked Wisconsin (11/6) • Scored her first collegiate goal, added two assists for a season-high three points and registered a season-high +4 rating in a 13-4 victory over Sacred Heart (1/23)

• Tallied her first career multi-point game with assists on consecutive goals in a 10-2 victory over Sacred Heart in which she took a season-high five shots (1/22) • Made her collegiate debut in the season opener at fourth-ranked Minnesota-Duluth (10/2) Pre-RMU

• Participated in seven sports throughout high school • Earned Junior Athlete of the Year honors in 2006

• Helped lead her team to a silver finish in the 2008 PWHL league playoffs • Led her team to a gold finish in 2009, while earning MVP honors • Honor roll student from 2002-09 GP

G

A

Pts.

Shots

Pen.

PIM

35 33 68

1 8 9

11 6 17

12 14 26

49 59 108

8 10 18

16 20 36

— Robert Morris University —

17


29

#

Kristen DiCiocco

  Jr., Goaltender / 5-7 / Born: 6/20/1987

  Niagara Falls, Ontario / Stoney Creek Jr. Sabres

★  CHA Goaltender of the Week (12/6/10)

• Tallied an assist, her first career point, against Sacred Heart in her first career victory (1/22)

• Led her team to Provincial Championship and PWHL Bronze medal in 2006-07, a Provincial and PWHL Championship in 2007-08 and a Provincial Silver Medal in 2008-09

• Collected 32 saves in the CHA Semifinals against top-ranked Mercyhurst (3/5) • Made her collegiate debut in a start at Northeastern and recorded 25 saves (10/10) 2010-11

• Named CHA Goaltender of the Week Dec. 6 after posting a 1.44 GAA and a .941 save % in 125 minutes of action during an unbeaten weekend at Minnesota State • Led team in GAA and tied for the team lead in wins • Started a career-best 12 games and topped freshman year total in minutes played (746:56)

• Earned the win in season-opening victory over nationally-ranked Providence with a career-high 37 saves

• Posted a 1.92 GAA in the team’s final 25 games of the season

Personal

Pre-RMU

• Daughter of Tony and Diane DiCiocco

• Competed in 58 games while playing for the Stoney Creek Jr. Sabres and registered 41 wins

• Has two brothers, Daniel and Mark, and one sister, Alanna

• Born March 27, 1991

• Major is early childhood education

• Recorded an 8-4-3 record during the regularseason with a 2.34 GAA in 2006-07

• Registered a 12-1-1 record, a 1.99 GAA and a .898 save percentage in 2007-08 • Tallied 12 wins, a 2.00 GAA, a .908 save percentage and three shutouts this past season • Awarded with the Continuing Athletic Excellence Award

• Collected 32 saves at nationally-ranked Mercyhurst in the team’s CHA opener (10/29)

• Allowed zero even-strength goals in three appearances, including two starts that both went into overtime • Conceded a lone goal in the team’s CHA home opener against Wayne State to claim the victory 2009-10

• Served as a backup goaltender and made nine starts, appearing in 13 games, during her freshman season • Recorded her first collegiate win by collecting 15 saves against two goals allowed while playing all 60 minutes between the pipes against Sacred Heart (1/22) • Registered a season-high 33 saves at top-ranked Mercyhurst (2/2)

• Held Sacred Heart scoreless for 28:24 in earning her second victory of the season (1/23) Year

Team

2009-10 Robert Morris 2010-11 Robert Morris Career

GP-GS Min.

13-9 14-12 27-21

W-L-T

537:30 2-7-0 746:56 3-5-3 1284:26 5-12-3

GA

GAA

Sv.

Sv.%

30 37 67

3.35 2.97 3.13

213 285 498

.877 .885 .881

— Robert Morris University —

18


5

#

Anneline Lauziere

  So., Defenseman / 5-6 / Born: 1/16/92

  St. Thomas, Ontario / London Jr. Devilettes

★  RMU Most Improved Player Award (2010-11)

• Tallied first assist of her career against Niagara (2/5)

• Led her team to the quarterfinals of the Provincial Championship while playing for Bantam Hockey in 2006-07

• Recorded first multi-point contest against Syracuse (2/18)

• Also played soccer throughout high school

• Played in all 34 games for the Colonials

• Added an assist against nationally-ranked Mercyhurst

Personal

• Totaled one goal, four assists, and 20 shots throughout her freshman campaign

2010-11

• Daughter of Sandra and Gilles Lauziere

• Has three siblings, Torrin, Justine, and Tynan • Major is biology

Pre-RMU

• Earned the Colonials’ Most Improved Player award after tallying five points in final 12 regularseason games

• Scored first-collegiate goal at Connecticut (1/9)

• Helped lead the London Devilettes to a league championship, a Hamilton Tournament Championship and a Pittsburgh Tournament Championship in 2007-08

Year

Team

GP

G A

2010-11

Robert Morris

34

1

4

Pts. Shots

5

— Robert Morris University —

19

20

Pen.

PIM

8

16


9

#

Kylie St. Louis

  So., Defenseman / 5-11 / Born: 9/9/92

  Windsor, Ontario / Southwest Wildcats

★  CHA Rookie of the Week (11/22/10)

Pre-RMU

Personal

• Played for the Southwest Wildcats and led all defensemen on her team in scoring with six goals and 16 assists

• Daughter of Kim and Jim St. Louis • Has one brother, Justin • Major is English

• Her 16 assists ranked third overall on her team

• Finished fifth in the Provincial Women’s Hockey League in scoring for defensemen 2010-11

• Was named CHA Rookie of the Week Nov. 22 after scoring her first-collegiate goal against No. 1 Wisconsin • Tallied first-collegiate assist in season-opening upset win over Providence (10/1)

• Led her team to a bronze medal finish at the OFSSA Hockey Championships while playing for Holy Names High School • Played in 33 of 34 games during the 2009-10 season for the Wildcats squad

• Recorded a point in first-career postseason game with a second-period assist in CHA Quarterfinal (3/3) • Registered game-winning assist Dec. 3 at Minnesota State

• Posted a +2 plus/minus on NHL ice in RMU Hockey Showcase at CONSOL Energy Center (10/17) • Played in all 34 games for the Colonials

• Tallied one goal, five assists, and 35 shots throughout her freshman campaign

Year

Team

2010-11 Robert Morris

GP

G

A

Pts.

Shots

Pen.

PIM

34

1

5

6

35

9

18

— Robert Morris University —

20


19

#

Thea Imbrogno

  So., Forward / 5-4 / Born: 7/26/92

 Etobicoke, Ontario / Mississauga Jr. Chiefs

★  CHA Rookie of the Year

★  All-CHA Second Team

★  CHA All-Rookie Team

★  CHA Rookie of the Month (12/10, 2/11)

★  CHA Rookie of the Week (10/4, 11/15, 12/13, 2/7, 2/14, 2/21)

• Notched seven multi-point games, three of which came against nationally-ranked teams, including four in a six-game span to close the regular season

Pre-RMU

• Led the Mississauga Chiefs to a silver medal finish in the Provincial Women’s Hockey League in 2009-10

• Posted 12 goals to finish seventh in single-season RMU history

2010-11

• Named CHA Rookie of the Year, becoming the first Colonial in program history to win a major postseason CHA award

• Chosen to the All-CHA Second Team, the only freshman to garner all-league honors in 2010-11

• Earned a program-record eight in-season awards, including two CHA Rookie of the Month honors • Finished sixth nationally in points per game among rookies, averaging .85 per contest

• Produced a school-record 10-game point streak from the end of the regular season into the postseason

• Finished the season as the P.W.H.L.’s top point scorer with 28 goals and 34 assists and helped her team win the P.W.H.L’s regular-season championship

• Registered three game-tying goals, all of which came in league games

• Led the Chiefs to a provincial championship in 2008-09 and tied for first in the league with 33 goals and was fourth with 56 points

• Assisted on the goal that began the rally and then put home the game-tying score herself all during the final 10 minutes of regulation Feb. 5 against Niagara

• Helped guide her school team to a second consecutive OFSAA championship in 2010 after leading the league in goals and points (15 and 17, respectively) in 2009 while winning the OFSAA championship

• Recorded her first-career multi-goal game when she scored both Colonial goals, including the gametying one in the third period, to help RMU fight back and tie Syracuse Feb. 19

• Named to the Toronto Star All-Star Team for ice hockey

• Assisted on the game-winning goal in the Colonials’ CHA Quarterfinal victory (3/3)

• Competed on the Team Ontario Blue for the past couple of years

• Also participated in soccer throughout her prep career

• Tied for third in single-season school history in assists with 17

Personal

• Daughter of Carmine and Lisa Imbrogno

• Tallied 11 points in the team’s 11 games against nationally-ranked teams

• Born July 26, 1992

• Has two sisters, Lidia-Marie and Charlotte

• Led the team in goals (10), assists (10) and points (20) in conference play

• Major is Environmental Science

• Broke the program’s single-season record for shots with 124

• Became the first Colonial in school history to factor into each of the team’s first three goals of a season-helping RMU upset nationally-ranked Providence in season opener

Year

Team

2010-11 Robert Morris

GP

G

A

Pts.

Shots

Pen.

PIM

34

1

5

6

35

9

18

— Robert Morris University —

21


28

#

Brandi Pollock

  So., Defenseman / 5-6 / Born: 4/30/92

  Virden, Manitoba / Westman Wildcats

• Recorded first-collegiate assist against Ohio State (10/8)

Pre-RMU

• Led her team to an Esso Cup National Championship, a Western Regional Championship and a Provincial Championship

• Tallied an assist on NHL ice in RMU Hockey Showcase at CONSOL Energy Center (10/17)

• Played for Team Manitoba for three years

• Played in all 34 games for the Colonials

• Was named the top defenseman at the Palace Cup and was a five-sport athlete throughout her prep career

• Totaled one goal, three assists, and 15 shots during her freshman campaign

Personal

• Daughter of Dwight and Glenda Pollock

2010-11

• Has two sisters, Jasmine and Kristi-lyn

• Scored first goal of college career in CHA Quarterfinal victory over Wayne State, notching the game-winning score in the third period (3/3)

Year

Team

2010-11 Robert Morris

• Major is communication

GP

G

A

Pts.

Shots

Pen.

PIM

34

1

3

4

15

12

24

— Robert Morris University —

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4

#

Katelyn Scott

  Fr., Forward / 5-6 / Born: 3/6/93

  Brighton, Mich. / Belle Tire

Pre-RMU

• Member of the first-place Belle Tire team in 2010-11

• Played in 17 games in the regular season for Belle Tire while scoring five goals and notching 12 assists • Competed in 4 playoff games for Belle Tire and scored one goal and tallied one assist

• Was the leading scorer and second in assists for Belle Tire during the 2009-10 season and 2010-11 season

• Played on Belle Tire with fellow freshmen Maddie Collias • Played ice hockey and lacrosse for Brighton High School

• Member of the state champion ice hockey team in 2008 and 2009 and state runner-up team in 2010 and 2011

10

#

• Her lacrosse team won the 2011 State Championship

• Was selected to the lacrosse All-Conference, AllState, and All-American teams as well as team MVP as a senior • Was also an Academic All-American Personal

• Daughter of Ron and Susan Scott • Born May 6, 1993

• Has one older sister, Kelsey, one older brother, Spencer, and one younger sister, Kristina • Major is actuarial science

Chelsea Burdzy

  Fr., Forward / 5-6 / Born: 11/26/92

 Imperial, Pa. / Pittsburgh Penguins Elite

Pre-RMU

Personal

• Competed in 18 games for the Penguins in 201011, scoring six goals and tallying five assists

• Daughter of Robert and Michelle Burdzy

• Played on the Boys’ Varsity Ice Hockey team at West Alleghany High School and lettered three times • Also participated in basketball during her freshman year and track and field in her senior year • Four-year member of the academic honor roll

• Graduated with distinguished honors and was among the top ten percent of her class

— Robert Morris University —

23

• Born November 26, 1992 • Major is business


16

#

Erin Staniewski

  Fr., Defenseman / 5-7 / Born: 5/7/93

  Strathroy, Ontario / London Jr. Devilettes

Pre-RMU

Personal

• Assistant captain for the London Jr, Devilettes team in 2010-11

• Daughter of Ken and Laura Staniewski

• During the regular season for the Devilettes, Staniewski played in 33 games while scoring one goal and tallying nine assists from the blue line • Throughout the playoffs, Staniewski played in three games, scoring one goal and notching two assists

18

#

• Born May 7, 1993

• Has one older brother, Tanner, and one younger sister, Kiana • Major is sport management

Taylor Sakundiak

  Fr., Forward / 5-3 / Born: 1/29/93

 Calgary, Alberta / Edge School

Pre-RMU

• Member of the 2010-11 Edge team which placed second in the Junior Women’s Hockey League (JWHL) • Played in 22 games throughout the regular season for the Edge while scoring seven goals and tallying eight assists

• Was a member of the Team Alberta squad which won a gold medal at the Canada Winter Games in February 2011

• Played on the Edge and Team Alberta squads with fellow freshman Courtney Vinet

— Robert Morris University —

24

• Member of the Strathroy District Collegiate Institute ice hockey team for four years and was named team MVP

• Was also a member of the soccer and track and field teams Personal

• Daughter of Adrian and Connie Sakundiak • Born January 29, 1993

• Has one younger sibling, Morgan • Major is business


21

#

Maddie Collias

  Fr., Forward / 5-7 / Born: 5/4/93

  Roseville, Mich. / Belle Tire

Pre-RMU

Personal

• Member of the first-place Belle Tire team in 2010-11

• Daughter of George and Ann Collias

• Played in 17 games in the regular season in 201011, scoring 13 goals and notching seven assists • During the playoffs for Belle Tire, Collias played in four games and scored one goal and tallied three assists

• Born May 4, 1993

• Has one brother, Jimmy, and one sister, Megan • Major is nursing

• Played on Belle Tire with fellow freshmen Katelyn Scott • Played ice hockey as well as volleyball at Lakeview High School

24

#

Rebecca Vint

  Fr., Forward / 5-10 / Born: 5/5/92

 Caledon, Ontario / Brampton Junior Thunder

Pre-RMU

Personal

• Appeared in 31 games for the Brampton Junior Thunder throughout the regular season

• Daughter of Don and Susan Vint

• Scored 17 goals and tallied 16 assists in 2010-11 • During the playoffs for the Thunder, Vint played in six games and scored six goals and collected two assists • Assistant captain for the Thunder during the 2009-10 season

— Robert Morris University —

25

• Born May 5, 1992

• Has two older siblings, Jamie and Nicole • Major is sport management


27

#

Katie Fergus

  Fr., Forward / 5-9 / Born: 7/19/93

  Oakville, Ontario / Burlington Jr. Barracudas

Pre-RMU

Personal

• Member of the 2010-11 Burlington Jr. Barracudas team which placed fourth of 16 squads in the Provincial Women’s Hockey League (PWHL)

• Daughter of Tom and Judy Fergus

• Played in 34 games while scoring 13 goals and collecting 22 assists during the regular season for Burlington

• During the playoffs for the Barracudas, Fergus played in nine games while scoring three goals and notching three assists

• Born July 19, 1993

• Has two older siblings, Christy and Jamie, and one younger sibling, T.J. • Major is sport management

• Member of St. Ignatius of Loyola High School team who won the Halton Catholic Conference Ice Hockey Championship in 2009 • Received team MVP in 12th grade • Also played soccer

31

#

Courtney Vinet

  Fr., Goaltender / 5-4 / Born: 2/3/93

 Camrose, Alberta / Edge School

Pre-RMU

• Member of the 2010-11 Edge team which placed second in the Junior Women’s Hockey League (JWHL) • Played in 17 games for the Edge, totaling 916:47 and a 9-4-1 record

• Allowed 38 goals on 424 shots tallying a .910 save percentage • Was a member of Team Alberta, which won a gold medal at the Canada Winter Games in February 2011

• Played on the Edge and Team Alberta squads with fellow freshman Taylor Sakundiak

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• Was a member of the golf team at Camrose Composite for two seasons • Honor roll student Personal

• Daughter of Ken and Karen Vinet • Born February 3, 1993

• Has one older sister, Kaitlin

• Double major in management and marketing


2010-11 Team Statistics and Results Game Results OVERALL CONFERENCE Date Opponent Score Shots Record Record Time

Oct. 01, 2010

#10 PROVIDENCE

W 5-4

31/41

Oct. 02, 2010

#10 PROVIDENCE 2-5

L

22/49

Oct. 09, 2010

OHIO STATE 1-4

L

24/33

Oct. 17, 2010

NORTHEASTERN 3-4

L

@ #1 Cornell 1-9

L

Oct. 08, 2010 OHIO STATE 1-4 L Oct. 16, 2010

NORTHEASTERN 4-6

L

Oct. 22, 2010

@ #1 Cornell 2-3 L

Oct. 29, 2010

@ #4 Mercyhurst 3-7 L

Oct. 23, 2010 Nov. 12, 2010

WAYNE STATE

W 3-1

Nov. 13, 2010

WAYNE STATE 1-4 L

Nov. 20, 2010

#1 WISCONSIN 1-7

Nov. 19, 2010

#1 WISCONSIN 1-7

Nov. 26, 2010

MAINE 2-4

Dec. 03, 2010

@ Minnesota State

L

L

L

Nov. 27, 2010 MAINE 1-1 T OT

Dec. 04, 2010

W 2-1

18/30 19/29

1-0-0

0-0-0

Attend

Goalie of record

2:00

103

Kristen DiCiocco

1:53

107

1-1-0

0-0-0

1:59

1-3-0

0-0-0

1:53

1-2-0 1-4-0

0-0-0 0-0-0

1:59

26/29

1-5-0

0-0-0

2:07

8/43

1-7-0

0-0-0

1:48

41/22

2-8-0

1-1-0

14/28

14/39

22/23

27/45

14/34 44/15

43/19

18/20

1-6-0

1-8-0

2-9-0

2-10-0

2-11-0

2-12-0

2-12-1

3-12-1

0-0-0

0-1-0

1-2-0

1-2-0

1-2-0

1-2-0

1-2-0

1:59

1:49

1:57

1:53 2:00

@ Niagara 1-1 T OT

27/19

3-13-3

1-3-1

Daneca Butterfield

94

Kristen DiCiocco

Daneca Butterfield

117

Daneca Butterfield

328

Daneca Butterfield

274

1000

Kristen DiCiocco

Kristen DiCiocco

83

Kristen DiCiocco

121

Daneca Butterfield

103

142

263

Kristen DiCiocco

Daneca Butterfield

Daneca Butterfield

Kristen DiCiocco

2:03

113

Kristen DiCiocco

2:05

286

Kristen DiCiocco

1:58

1-2-0

94

213

1-3-0

3-12-2

Daneca Butterfield

2:03

1:56

10/31

72

@ Niagara 2-5 L

Jan. 08, 2011

@ Connecticut

W 3-1

19/19

4-13-3

1-3-1

1:59

156 Meeri Raisanen

Jan. 14, 2011

@ Syracuse 2-5 L

23/29

4-15-3

1-4-1

2:00

155 Meeri Raisanen

Jan. 09, 2011

Jan. 15, 2011

Jan. 21, 2011

Jan. 22, 2011

@ Connecticut 2-6 L

@ Syracuse 1-3 L

#4 MERCYHURST 3-6 L

#4 MERCYHURST 1-7 L

Feb. 04, 2011 NIAGARA 1-3 L

Feb. 05, 2011 NIAGARA 2-2 T OT Feb. 11, 2011

@ Wayne State 4-4 T OT

Feb. 18, 2011

SYRACUSE 2-2 T OT

Feb. 12, 2011 Feb. 19, 2011

Feb. 25, 2011 Mar. 3, 2011

Mar. 04, 2011

@ Wayne State

W 2-1

28/16

30/19

21/46

26/33

19/37

34/31 31/41

22/28

38/27

4-14-3

4-16-3

4-17-3

4-18-3

4-19-3

4-19-4 4-19-5 5-19-5

5-19-6

1-3-1

1-5-1

1-6-1

1-7-1

1-8-1

1-8-2 1-8-3

2-8-3

2-8-4

1:59

2:00

1:57

2:03

1:53

1:58 2:27

2:08

2:08

347

Kristen DiCiocco

Dec. 10, 2010

Dec. 11, 2010

3-13-2

2:02

1-2-0

@ Minnesota State 2-2 T OT

18/24

1:46

98

Kristen DiCiocco

275 Meeri Raisanen

107 Meeri Raisanen

237 Meeri Raisanen

181 Meeri Raisanen

222 Meeri Raisanen

198 Meeri Raisanen 186 Meeri Raisanen

166 Meeri Raisanen

187 Meeri Raisanen

SYRACUSE 2-2 T OT

37/28

5-19-7

2-8-5

2:10

207 Meeri Raisanen

vs. Wayne State

35/22

6-20-7

2-9-5

2:00

107 Meeri Raisanen

@ #3 Mercyhurst 2-6 L W 4-2

vs. #4 Mercyhurst 1-3 L

Paige Pietrangelo

24/45 25/44

5-20-7 6-21-7

2-9-5 2-9-5

2:07 2:02

585 Meeri Raisanen 103 Meeri Raisanen

Cobina Delaney — Robert Morris University —

27

TEAM RECORD W-L-T Overall................................................................. 6-21-7 Conference........................................................ 2-9-5 Home.................................................................... 2-12-4 Away...................................................................... 3-8-3 Neutral................................................................. 1-1-0 TEAM STATISTICS

RMU OPP

SHOT STATISTICS

  Goals-Shot attempts......... 70-852 132-1,038   Shot pct.................................. .082 .127  Goals/Game......................... 2.1 3.9  Shots/Game......................... 25.1 30.5  Assists.................................... 112 206 POWER PLAYS

       

Goals-Power Plays............ 24-178 Conversion Percent.......... .135 Shot Attempts..................... 241 Shot Percent........................ .100

GOAL BREAKDOWN

 Total Goals............................ 70   Power Play........................... 24  Short-handed...................... 1  Empty net............................. 2  Penalty................................... 0  Unassisted............................ 2  Overtime............................... 0  Shootout................................ 0   Delayed Penalty................. 0

38-170 .224 241 .158

PENALTIES

 Number................................. 185  Minutes.................................. 370  Penalties/Game................. 5.4   Pen minutes/Game........... 10.9  Minor...................................... 185  Major...................................... 0   10-minute Misconduct.... 0   Game Misconduct.............. 0   Gross Misconduct.............. 0  Match...................................... 0 GOALS BY PERIOD

1

132 38 8 5 0 8 0 0 0

195 412 5.7 12.1 191 2 0 2 0 0

2 3 OT Total

Robert Morris.............. 13 31 26 0 70 Opponents..................... 45 44 43 0 132 SAVES BY PERIOD

1 2 3 Total

Robert Morris.............. 292 328 265 Opponents..................... 217 290 258

Brandi Pollock

906 782


2010-11 Individual Statistics

|-----------------SHOTS----------------|

# Name

GP

G

A Pts Shots

Pct.

|-----------PENALTIES------------| |-----------------------------GOALS-----------------------------| +/-

No-Min Min Maj Oth

PP SH FG GW GTG OT HT PN UA Blk

16 Sara O’Malley 34 14 16 30 121 .116 -10 9-18 9 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 22

8 Brianna Delaney 34 11 19 30 82 .134 -16 17-34 17 0 0 4 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 20

19 Thea Imbrogno 34 12 17 29 124 .097 -19 5-10 5 0 0 4 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 17

3 Dayna Newsom 34 5 16 21 56 .089 -13 20-40 20 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 16

26 Cobina Delaney 33 8 6 14 59 .136 -9 10-20 10 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 13

17 Kelsey Thomas 34 4 10 14 70 .057 -29 11-22 11 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 15

14 Jennifer Kindret 33 4 4 8 61 .066 -14 13-26 13 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3

29 Maria Stoa 34 4 4 8 50 .080 -24 12-24 12 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 15

6 Kylie St. Louis 34 1 5 6 35 .029 -1 9-18 9 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20

5 Anneline Lauziere 34 1 4 5 20 .050 -15 8-16 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15

15 Whitney Pappas 34 1 3 4 54 .019 -13 7-14 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39

28 Brandi Pollock 34 1 3 4 15 .067 -12 12-24 12 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 26

25 Jamie Joslin 34 0 4 4 55 .000 -21 23-46 23 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 60

22 Kathryn Stack 34 3 0 3 25 .120 -22 3-6 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 23

20 Courtney Langston 30 1 0 1 13 .077 -5 2-4 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4

11 Paige Pietrangelo 34 0 1 1 12 .000 -18 19-38 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34

9 Whitney Henderson 34 0 0 0 0 .000 -3 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

30 Meeri Raisanen 15 0 0 0 0 .000 0 2-4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TM TEAM 17 0 0 0 0 .000 0 3-6 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 224 Total 34 70 112 182 852 .082 -244 185-370 185 0 0 24 1 12 6 5 0 0 0 2 566

Opponents 34 132 206 338 1,038 .127

– 195-412 191 2

|--------GOAL AVERAGE--------|

38 8 22 21 2 0 5 0 8 412

|-----SAVES-----|

|----------RECORD----------|

|-------------------GOALS--------------------|

Saves Pct

W L T Sho

PP SH EN PEN SOG

# Name

GP-GS Minutes GA

33 Kristen DiCiocco

14-12 746:56 37 2.97 285 .885 3 5 3 0 13 1 0 0 0

30 Meeri Raisanen

31 Daneca Butterfield

Avg

2

15-15 838:38 48 3.43 386 .889 3 8 4 0 15 1 0 0 0

11-7 474:57 42 5.31 234 .848 0 8 0 0 9 6 0 0 0

TM EMPTY NET

Total

17-0 14:29 5 –

34-0

2075:00

132

3.82

906

.873

6

21

7

0

38

8

5

0

0

Opponents

34-0

2075:00

70

2.02

782

.918

21

6

7

0

24

1

2

0

0

Thea Imbrogno

1 .167 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 0 0

Kylie St. Louis — Robert Morris University —

28

Dayna Newsom


Team Game-by-Game Comparison Date

Opponent

Oct. 01, 2010

PROVIDENCE

Oct. 02, 2010

PROVIDENCE

Oct. 08, 2010 OHIO STATE

Oct. 09, 2010 OHIO STATE

Oct. 16, 2010 NORTHEASTERN

Oct. 17, 2010 NORTHEASTERN

|----------SHOT SUMMARY-----------| Goals Assists Shots

5/4

9/5

31/41

6-12 / 4-8

1/4

1/6

18/30

7-14 / 5-10

19/29

6-12 / 7-14

2/5

26/29

1/9

2/15

8/43

3/1

4/1

@ Mercyhurst

3/7

Nov. 13, 2010

WAYNE STATE

Nov. 20, 2010

WISCONSIN

Nov. 19, 2010

WISCONSIN

Nov. 26, 2010 MAINE

Nov. 27, 2010 MAINE Dec. 03, 2010

@ Minnesota State

Dec. 10, 2010

@ Niagara

Dec. 04, 2010

Dec. 11, 2010 Jan. 08, 2011

Jan. 09, 2011 Jan. 14, 2011

@ Minnesota State @ Niagara

@ Connecticut

@ Connecticut

3/5

3/13

1/4

2/6

1/7

2/9

14/28 14/39

41/22

22/23

27/45

|-POWER PLAYS-| G-Ch / G-Ch

2-4 / 2-6

2-4 / 5-10

1-5 / 0-2

3-6 / 3-6

0-2 / 0-2

0-5 / 2-6

2-7 / 2-6

2-4 / 4-8

0-4 / 0-2

8-16 / 2-4

1-2 / 4-8

2-4 / 4-8

9-18 / 10-20

0-4 / 0-2

1-9 / 1-8

3-6 / 6-23

2-6 / 1-3

7-14 / 5-10

1-5 / 2-7

6-12 / 4-8

0-4 / 1-6

1/7

1/9

14/34

11-22 / 2-4

0-1 / 2-10

1/1

2/2

43/19

10-20 / 9-18

0-6 / 1-8

10/31

5-10 / 6-23

27/19

5-10 / 6-12

2/4

4/6

2/1

2/2

2/2

1/2

2/5

4/6

1/1

1/2

3/1

5/2

2/6

3/12

44/15

18/20 18/24

19/19

28/16

2-4 / 4-8

7-14 / 6-12 7-14 / 4-8

2-4 / 7-14

0-4 / 0-2

1-4 / 0-4

0-6 / 2-7

0-6 / 1-5

1-3 / 0-6

1-7 / 1-2

Jan. 21, 2011 MERCYHURST

3/6

4/11

21/46

8-16 / 4-8

Feb. 04, 2011 NIAGARA

1/3

2/5

19/37

3-6 / 4-8

1-4 / 1-3

31/41

10-20 / 9-18

3-6 / 2-7

38/27

5-10 / 7-14

Jan. 22, 2011 MERCYHURST Feb. 05, 2011 NIAGARA Feb. 11, 2011

@ Wayne State

Feb. 18, 2011

SYRACUSE

Feb. 12, 2011

@ Wayne State

1/3

1/7

vs. Wayne State

4/2

Totals

4/2

2/2

Mar. 3, 2011

vs. Mercyhurst

8/4

2/1

2/2

Mar. 04, 2011

4/3

4/4

SYRACUSE

@ Mercyhurst

2/12

2/2

Feb. 19, 2011

Feb. 25, 2011

2/2

2/3

30/19

26/33

34/31 22/28

1-5 / 2-4

3-6 / 5-10

0-3 / 0-1

7-14 / 9-18

0-8 / 1-6

1-2 / 4-8

11-22 / 8-16

0-4 / 1-8

1-4 / 1-1 0-8 / 0-10

0-7 / 1-5

4/4

37/28

8-16 / 10-20

1-10 / 2-8

7/3

35/22

4-8 / 5-10

1-4 / 2-5

2/6

4/12

1/3

1/3

24/45 25/44

70/132 112/206 852/1038

Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category

— Robert Morris University —

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4-8 / 6-12

2-9 / 1-5

2/10

@ Syracuse

23/29

5-10 / 9-18

2/5

Jan. 15, 2011

@ Syracuse

24/33

5/7

Oct. 29, 2010

WAYNE STATE

8/9

22/49

3/4

2/3

Nov. 12, 2010

1/4

4/6

@ Cornell @ Cornell

3/9

1/4

Oct. 22, 2010 Oct. 23, 2010

|-----PENALTIES-----| No-Min / No-Min

2-4 / 7-14 4-8 / 5-10

185-370 / 195-412

1-7 / 1-2 0-5 / 1-3

24-178 / 38-170


High / Low Analysis Robert Morris – TEAM GAME HIGHS POINTS

14

vs. Providence (Oct. 1, 2010)

ASSISTS

9

vs. Providence (Oct. 1, 2010)

44

vs. Providence (Oct. 2, 2010)

GOALS

SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES

5

44

vs. Providence (Oct. 1, 2010)

vs. Maine (Nov. 26, 2010)

Brianna Delaney

Robert Morris – INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

vs. Wayne State (Nov. 12, 2010)

1

vs. Maine (Nov. 27, 2010)

GOALS

ASSISTS

SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES

1

1

1

1

1

7

@ Cornell (Oct. 23, 2010)

15

Brianna Delaney @ Minnesota State (Dec. 4, 2010) Brianna Delaney vs. Northeastern (Oct. 16, 2010)

2

Brianna Delaney vs. Wayne State (Mar. 3, 2011)

2 Thea Imbrogno @ Mercyhurst (Feb. 25, 2011)

2 Maria Stoa @ Wayne State (Feb. 11, 2011)

2

2

Dayna Newsom vs. Northeastern (Oct. 16, 2010)

2

SAVES

Cobina Delaney @ Connecticut (Jan. 8, 2011)

2

SHOTS

2 2

Sara O’Malley vs. Syracuse (Feb. 19, 2011)

2 Anneline Lauziere vs. Syracuse (Feb. 18, 2011)

Dayna Newsom @ Cornell (Oct. 22, 2010)

Sara O’Malley vs. Northeastern (Oct. 16, 2010)

Brianna Delaney vs. PROVIDENCE (Oct. 2, 2010)

2 Thea Imbrogno vs. PROVIDENCE (Oct. 1, 2010) 2

Brianna Delaney vs. PROVIDENCE (Oct. 1, 2010)

11 Thea Imbrogno vs. Syracuse (Feb. 19, 2011) 44

Thea Imbrogno — Robert Morris University —

30

Sara O’Malley @ Cornell (Oct. 22, 2010)

Brianna Delaney @ Connecticut (Jan. 8, 2011)

2 Maria Stoa vs. PROVIDENCE (Oct. 1, 2010)

ASSISTS

vs. Maine (Nov. 26, 2010)

2 2

@ Wayne State (Feb. 12, 2011)

Jennifer Kindret @ Syracuse (Jan. 14, 2011)

2

@ Connecticut (Jan. 8, 2011)

2 2

@ Niagara (Dec. 11, 2010)

vs. Wayne State (Nov. 12, 2010)

2 Thea Imbrogno vs. Syracuse (Feb. 19, 2011)

@ Minnesota State (Dec. 3, 2010)

1

GOALS

vs. Wayne State (Nov. 12, 2010)

Dayna Newsom vs. Northeastern (Oct. 16, 2010)

3 Thea Imbrogno vs. PROVIDENCE (Oct. 1, 2010)

Opponent - GAME LOWS 2

3

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Daneca Butterfield vs. PROVIDENCE (Oct. 2, 2010)


Box Scores Game 1

Game 2

Game 3

Providence (0-1-0 (0-0-0 HE)) vs. Robert Morris (1-0-0 (0-0-0 CHA))

Providence ((1-1-0, 0-0-0 HE)) vs. Robert Morris ((1-1-0, 0-0-0 CHA))

Ohio State (1-0-0 (0-0-0 WCHA)) vs. Robert Morris (1-2-0 (0-0-0 CHA))

Date: Oct. 1, 2010 • Location: Pittsburgh, Pa.

Date: Oct. 2, 2010 • Location: Pittsburgh, Pa.

Date: Oct. 08, 2010 • Location: Pittsburgh, Pa.

Arena: RMU Island Sports Center • Attendance: 103

Arena: RMU Island Sports Center • Attendance: 98

Arena: RMU Island Sports Center • Attendance: 107

Start time: 7:05 p.m. • End time: 9:05 p.m. • Total time: 2:00

Start time: 3:05 p.m. • End time: 5:04 p.m. • Total time: 1:59

Start time: 7:05 p.m. End time: 8:58 p.m. Total time: 1:53

Goals by Period

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Providence.................................. 1 1 2 4

PROVIDENCE............................. 0 3 2 5

Ohio State.................................... 2 0 2 4

1st period – 1, PROVIDENCE, O’Neill, Jean/1 (Gauthier,

1st period – No Scoring. Penalties – None

1st period – 1, OSU, McIntosh, Laura/1 (Langan, Hokey/1,

Robert Morris............................ 1 2 2 5 Abby/1) 3:42. 2, RMUW, Dayna Newsom/1 (Kylie St. Louis/1,

Thea Imbrogno/1) 4:19. Penalties – Paige Pietrangelo, RMUW (checking) 4:56.

2nd period – 3, PROVIDENCE, O’Neill, Jean/2 (Veharanta,

Robert Morris............................ 0 1 1 2

2nd period – 1, RMUW, Cobina Delaney (Brianna Delaney) 12:50. 2, PROVIDENCE, Anderson, Nicole (Vella, Jessica,

Friedman, Jennifer) 14:13. 3, PROVIDENCE, Cohen, Jessica

(Ruff, Alyse, Gauthier, Abby) 15:06. 4, PROVIDENCE, Bacon,

Laura/1) 4:31 (pp). 4, RMUW, Maria Stoa/1 (Thea Imbrogno/2,

Kate (Cottrell, Ashley, Morse, Rebecca) 19:14. Penalties

Jennifer Kindret, RMUW (elbowing) 2:41; Veharanta, Laura,

(interference) 18:42; Gauthier, Abby, PROVIDENCE (tripping)

Brianna Delaney/2) 7:46 (pp). 5, RMUW, Thea Imbrogno/1 (Sara O’Malley/2, Dayna Newsom/1) 19:45. Penalties –

PROVIDENCE (checking) 6:35; Bacon, Kate, PROVIDENCE (high sticking) 14:15; Anneline Lauziere, RMUW (high sticking) 17:32.

3rd period – 6, RMUW, Cobina Delaney/1 (Brianna Delaney/1, Jennifer Kindret/1) 3:24. 7, RMUW, Maria Stoa/1 (Jamie

Joslin/1) 13:49 (pp). 8, PROVIDENCE, Buie, Corinne/1 (O’Neill,

Jean/1) 15:34 (pp). 9, PROVIDENCE, O’Neill, Jean/1 (Friedman,

Jennifer/1, Morse, Rebecca/1) 17:47. Penalties – Kelsey Thomas, RMUW (tripping) 5:30; Kelsey Thomas, RMUW

(tripping) 8:50; Friedman, Jennifer, PROVIDENCE (interference) 11:15; Gauthier, Abby, PROVIDENCE (high sticking) 13:37; Maria Stoa, RMUW (checking) 14:09.

Shots on goal – PROVIDENCE 12-12-17 41; RMUW 6-13-12 31. Power plays – PROVIDENCE 2 of 6; RMUW 2 of 4.

Penalties – PROVIDENCE 4 (8 min); RMUW 6 (12 min).

Goalies – PROVIDENCE, Lacasse, Genevieve 0-1-0 (59:15

minutes, 31 shots-26 saves), EMPTY NET (00:45, 0-0); RMUW,

Kristen DiCiocco 1-0-0 (59:55, 41-37), EMPTY NET (00:05, 0-0). Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Maria Stoa

2. Jean O’Neill

3. Thea Imbrogno

Referees – K. Connlly, L. Wrazidlo, Jeff Pickering Linesman – Jeff Shernan

– Cohen, Jessica, PROVIDENCE (checking) 4:49; Cottrell,

Ashley, PROVIDENCE (tripping) 15:50; Jamie Joslin, RMUW 18:52.

3rd period – 5, PROVIDENCE, Buie, Corinne (Ruff, Alyse,

Friedman, Jennifer) 10:30. 6, RMUW, Sara O’Malley (Thea

Imbrogno, Brianna Delaney) 18:48 (pp). 7, PROVIDENCE, Buie, Corinne (Lacasse, Genevieve) 19:38 (empty net). Penalties –

Friedman, Jennifer, PROVIDENCE (tripping) 1:46; Jamie Joslin, RMUW (boarding) 8:24; Friedman, Jennifer, PROVIDENCE (slashing) 17:27.

Shots on goal – PROVIDENCE 19-19-11 49; RMUW 5-10-7 22. Power plays – PROVIDENCE 0 of 2; RMUW 1 of 5.

Penalties – PROVIDENCE 5 (10 min); RMUW 2 (4 min).

Goalies – PROVIDENCE, Lacasse, Genevieve 1-1-0 (60:00

minutes, 22 shots-20 saves); RMUW, Daneca Butterfield 0-1-0 (58:11, 48-44), EMPTY NET (01:49, 0-0). Penalty shots – None.

Robert Morris............................ 0 1 0 1 Bishop, Teal/1) 10:57. 2, OSU, McIntosh, Laura/2 (Spooner, Natalie/1, Langan, Hokey/2) 18:44 (pp). Penalties – Allis, Becky, OSU (interference) 14:59; Brianna Delaney, RMUW (checking) 18:13.

2nd period – 3, RMUW, Brianna Delaney/1 (Brandi Pollock/1) 7:47. Penalties – Reilly, Shannon, OSU (cross-checking) 1:32; Maria Stoa, RMUW (checking) 9:54; Reilly, Shannon, OSU (holding) 14:49.

3rd period – 4, OSU, Spooner, Natalie/1 (McIntosh, Laura/1) 5:45 (pp). 5, OSU, Spooner, Natalie/2 (Feste, Melissa/1)

10:14. Penalties – Brianna Delaney, RMUW (slashing) 4:44; Brandi Pollock, RMUW (interference) 6:04; Svedin, Annie,

OSU (tripping) 7:08; Kelsey Thomas, RMUW (slashing) 10:52;

Jennifer Kindret, RMUW (tripping) 14:55; Spooner, Natalie, OSU (roughing) 19:02; Dayna Newsom, RMUW (elbowing) 19:24. Shots on goal – OSU 14-3-13 30; RMUW 7-6-5 18. Power plays – OSU 2 of 6; RMUW 0 of 5.

Penalties – OSU 5 (10 min); RMUW 7 (14 min).

Goalies – OSU, Steffes, Lisa 1-0-0 (59:52 minutes, 18 shots-17

saves), EMPTY NET (00:08, 0-0); RMUW, Kristen DiCiocco 1-1-0 (59:38, 30-26), EMPTY NET (00:22, 0-0). Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Natalie Spooner

Three stars – 1. Corinne Buie 2. Kate Bacon

3. Daneca Butterfield

Referees – Kate Connolly; Leah Wrazidlo Linesman – Chris Cogan

Win – Genevieve Lacasse (1-1-0)

Loss – Daneca Butterfield (0-1-0)

Win – Kristen DiCiocco (1-0-0)

Loss – Genevieve Lacasse (0-1-0)

— Robert Morris University —

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2. Laura McIntosh 3. Hokey Langan

Referees – Joe Baudo; Kyle Allen Linesman – Steve Waters Win – Lisa Steffes (1-0-0)

Loss – Kristen DiCiocco (1-1-0)


Game 4

Game 5

Game 6

Ohio State (2-0-0 (0-0-0 WCHA)) vs. Robert Morris (1-3-0 (0-0-0 CHA))

Northeastern (2-1-1 (0-0-0 HE)) vs. Robert Morris (1-4-0 (0-0-0 CHA))

— RMU Hockey Showcase —

Date: Oct. 9, 2010 • Location: Pittsburgh, Pa.

Date: Oct. 16, 2010 • Location: Pittsburgh, Pa.

Arena: RMU Island Sports Center • Attendance: 94

Arena: RMU Island Sports Center • Attendance: 94

Start time: 2:05 p.m. • End time: 3:58 p.m. • Total time: 1:53

Start time: 2:05 p.m. End time: 4:04 p.m. • Total time: 1:59

Goals by Period

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Northeastern (3-1-1 (0-0-0 HE)) vs. Robert Morris (1-4-0 (0-0-0 CHA))

TotAL

Ohio State.................................... 0 4 0 4

Northeastern.............................. 2 2 2 6

1st period – 1, RMUW, Maria Stoa/3 (Kelsey Thomas/1) 11:37.

1st period – 1, NU, SANTOSTEFANO, Claire/1 (ESPOSITO,

Robert Morris............................ 1 0 0 1 Penalties – None.

2nd period – 2, OSU, Mancuso, Christina/3 (Spooner,

Natalie) 6:26. 3, OSU, Spooner, Natalie/3 (Semenza, Paige) 17:24. 4, OSU, Reilly, Shannon/1 (Feste, Melissa) 19:42. 5,

OSU, Langan, Hokey/1 (McIntosh, Laura) 19:49. Penalties – Paige Pietrangelo, RMUW (tripping) 2:18; Bishop, Teal, OSU

(interference) 11:58; Jennifer Kindret, RMUW (roughing) 12:15;

Robert Morris............................ 0 1 3 4 Brittany/1) 1:48 (sh). 2, NU, MACSORLEY, Katie/3

(WOHLFEILER, Alyssa/1, DIMASI, Maggie/3) 6:09. Penalties – KEHOE, Kristi, NU (checking) 1:15; Kylie St. Louis, RMUW

(holding) 8:09; Sara O’Malley, RMUW (tripping) 9:47; DIMASI, Maggie, NU (holding) 10:18; Maria Stoa, RMUW (checking) 15:49.

2nd period – 3, NU, MACSORLEY, Katie/4 (PICKETT, Casey/1,

McIntosh, Laura, OSU (roughing) 12:15.

FIELDS, Casie/2) 4:30. 4, RMUW, Dayna Newsom/2 (Thea

(interference) 10:19; Thea Imbrogno, RMUW (hooking) 12:50.

– ST. MARTIN, Sonia, NU (checking) 9:36; WOHLFEILER, Alyssa,

3rd period – No Scoring. Penalties – Langan, Hokey, OSU Shots on goal – OSU 7-18-8 33; RMUW 9-9-6 24. Power plays – OSU 0 of 2; RMUW 0 of 2.

Penalties – OSU 3 (6 min); RMUW 3 (6 min).

Goalies – OSU, Steffes, Lisa 2-0-0 (60:00 minutes, 24 shots-23 saves); RMUW, Daneca Butterfield 0-2-0 (60:00, 33-29). Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Natalie Spooner 2. Maria Stoa

3. Christina Mancuso

Referees – Kyle Allen, Joe Baudo Linesman – Jeff Pickering Win – Lisa Steffes (2-0-0)

Loss – Daneca Butterfield (0-2-0)

Imbrogno/4, Sara O’Malley/2) 5:04. 5, NU, DIMASI, Maggie/1

(ESPOSITO, Brittany/2, MARTY, Julia/2) 19:59 (pp). Penalties NU (holding) 13:54; Anneline Lauziere, RMUW (checking) 19:28.

3rd period – 6, RMUW, Brianna Delaney/2 (Dayna Newsom/2, Kelsey Thomas/2) 1:29 (pp). 7, NU, KEHOE, Kristi/1 (LLANES, Rachel/2) 6:05 (sh). 8, RMUW, Brianna Delaney/2 (Sara

O’Malley/3, Dayna Newsom/2) 10:40 (pp). 9, NU, LLANES,

Rachel/2 (WOHLFEILER, Alyssa/2) 14:21 (pp). 10, RMUW,

Kelsey Thomas/1 (Cobina Delaney/1, Whitney Pappas/1)

19:35. Penalties – MACSORLEY, Katie, NU (cross-checking)

1:07; ESPOSITO, Brittany, NU (slashing) 4:46; PICKETT, Casey, NU (high sticking) 9:33; Brianna Delaney, RMUW (checking) 12:39; Kelsey Thomas, RMUW (roughing) 17:09.

Shots on goal – NU 12-7-10 29; RMUW 3-8-8 19. Power plays – NU 2 of 6; RMUW 2 of 7.

Penalties – NU 7 (14 min); RMUW 6 (12 min).

Goalies – NU, SULYMA, Leah 1-0-0 (59:37 minutes, 19 shots-15 saves), EMPTY NET (00:23, 0-0); RMUW, Daneca Butterfield 0-3-0 (20:00, 10-8), Kristen DiCiocco (40:00, 19-15). Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Katie Macsorley 2. Dayna Newsom 3. Maggie Dimasi

Referees – Guy Bradshaw, Zack Robert Linesman – Jeff Pickering

Win – Leah Sulyma (1-0-0)

Loss – Daneca Butterfield (0-3-0)

— Robert Morris University —

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Date: Oct. 17, 2010 • Location: Pittsburgh, Pa. Arena: CONSOL Energy Center • Attendance: 117 Start time: 12:00 p.m. • End time: 2:07 p.m • Total time: 2:07 Goals by Period

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Northeastern.............................. 2 2 0 4 Robert Morris............................ 1 1 1 3 1st period – 1, NU, GAVRONSKY, Stephanie/1 (ESPOSITO, Brittany/3, LLANES, Rachel/3) 3:01. 2, RMUW, Cobina

Delaney/3 (Brianna Delaney/5) 4:21. 3, NU, ANTFLICK, Lori/2 (MACSORLEY, Katie/1, PICKETT, Casey/2) 17:31. Penalties – Brandi Pollock, RMUW (hooking) 10:13; Whitney Pappas, RMUW (tripping) 19:50.

2nd period – 4, RMUW, Whitney Pappas/1 (Brandi Pollock/2, Jennifer Kindret/2) 14:22. 5, NU, LLANES, Rachel/3

(WOHLFEILER, Alyssa/3, MARTY, Julia/3) 17:53. 6, NU,

WOHLFEILER, Alyssa/1 (SANTOSTEFANO, Claire/2) 19:59. Penalties – ESPOSITO, Brittany, NU (tripping) 8:50.

3rd period – 7, RMUW, Sara O’Malley/2 (Dayna Newsom/4, Jamie Joslin/2) 14:49. Penalties – WOHLFEILER, Alyssa,

NU (tripping) 6:54; PROUTY, Autumn, NU (checking) 12:12; WOHLFEILER, Alyssa, NU (kneeing) 19:14.

Shots on goal – NU 11-11-7 29; RMUW 7-6-13 26. Power plays – NU 0 of 2; RMUW 0 of 4.

Penalties – NU 4 (8 min); RMUW 2 (4 min).

Goalies – NU, SCHELLING, Florence 2-1-1 (0-0-0) (60:00

minutes, 26 shots-23 saves); RMUW, Daneca Butterfield 0-4-0 (0-0-0) (59:23, 29-25), EMPTY NET (00:37, 0-0). Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. WOHLFEILER, Alyssa 2. Sara O’Malley

3. LLANES, Rachel

Referees – Leah Wrazidlo, Jim Visconte Linesman – Steve Walters

Win – Florence Schelling (2-1-1 (0-0-0))

Loss – Daneca Butterfield (0-4-0 (0-0-0))


Game 7

Game 8

Game 9

Robert Morris (1-6-0) vs. Cornell (1-0-0)

Robert Morris (1-7-0) vs. Cornell (2-0-0)

Robert Morris (1-8-0, 0-1-0 CHA) vs. Mercyhurst (6-1-0, 1-0-0 CHA)

Date: Oct. 22, 2010 • Location: Ithaca, N.Y.

Date: Oct. 23, 2010 • Location: Ithaca, N.Y.

Date: Oct. 29, 2010 • Location: Erie, Pa.

Arena: Lynah Rink • Attendance: 274

Arena: Lynah Rink • Attendance: 328

Arena: Mercyhurst Ice Center • Attendance: 1000

Start time: 7:05 p.m. • End time: 8:51 p.m. • Total time: 1:46

Start time: 2:05 p.m. • End time: 3:53 p.m. • Total time: 1:48

Start time: 7:00 p.m. • End time: 9:02 p.m. • Total time: 2:02

Goals by Period

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Robert Morris............................ 0 1 1 2

Robert Morris............................ 0 0 1 1

Robert Morris............................ 1 1 1 3

1st period – 1, COR, White, Catherine/1 (Johnston, Rebecca/1,

1st period – 1, COR, Jenner, Brianne/1 1:36. 2, COR, Johnston,

1st period – 1, MC-W, Christine Bestland (Bailey Bram, Melissa

Cornell.......................................... 2 1 0 3

Cudmore, Hayleigh/1) 2:55. 2, COR, Hughes, Hayley/1 (Ogilvie, Kendice/1, Gagliardi, Alyssa/1) 5:00. Penalties – Jenner,

Brianne, COR (checking) 10:07; Fortino, Laura, COR (hooking) 17:45.

2nd period – 3, RMUW, Sara O’Malley/3 (Dayna Newsom/5) 5:50. 4, COR, Young, Amanda/1 (White, Catherine/1) 10:23. Penalties – Dayna Newsom, RMUW (checking) 3:14; Paige Pietrangelo, RMUW (high sticking) 7:51.

3rd period – 5, RMUW, Sara O’Malley/4 (Dayna Newsom/6,

Thea Imbrogno/5) 19:37. Penalties – Rougeau, Lauriane, COR

(checking) 10:07; Karpenko, Chelsea, COR (hooking) 17:30. Shots on goal – RMUW 2-4-8 14; COR 11-12-5 28. Power plays – RMUW 0 of 4; COR 0 of 2.

Penalties – RMUW 2 (4 min); COR 4 (8 min).

Goalies – RMUW, Kristen DiCiocco (59:48 minutes, 28 shots-25 saves), EMPTY NET (00:12, 0-0); COR, Mazzotta, Amanda (60:00, 14-12).

Penalty shots – None. Three stars – 1. None

2. None 3. None

Referees – Kyle Allen, Kate Connolly Linesman – Ryan Monahan Win – Amanda Mazzotta Loss – Kristen DiCiocco

Cornell.......................................... 3 2 4 9 Rebecca/1 (Cudmore, Hayleigh/2) 8:21. 3, COR, Campbell,

Jessica/1 (Johnston, Rebecca/2, Young, Amanda/1) 12:18 (pp). Penalties – Brandi Pollock, RMUW (cross-checking) 11:53; Jamie Joslin, RMUW (checking) 19:37.

2nd period – 4, COR, Hughes, Hayley/2 (Ogilvie, Kendice/2, Cook, Olivia/1) 5:40. 5, COR, Campbell, Jessica/2 (Jenner,

Brianne/1, Fortino, Laura/1) 6:27. Penalties – Cudmore,

Hayleigh, COR (checking) 2:14; Jennifer Kindret, RMUW (crosschecking) 18:55.

3rd period – 6, COR, Karpenko, Chelsea/1 (White, Catherine/2, Fortino, Laura/2) 6:08 (pp). 7, COR, Campbell, Jessica/3

(Young, Amanda/2, Johnston, Rebecca/3) 12:26 (pp). 8, COR, Campbell, Jessica/4 (Paulson, Jenna/1, Ogilvie, Kendice/3)

16:23. 9, RMUW, Dayna Newsom/3 (Sara O’Malley/4, Kelsey

Thomas/3) 17:47 (pp). 10, COR, Overguard, Karlee/1 (Rougeau, Lauriane/1, Karpenko, Chelsea/1) 19:43 (pp). Penalties – Jamie Joslin, RMUW (interference) 2:54; Whitney Pappas,

RMUW (tripping) 4:44; Dayna Newsom, RMUW (tripping) 7:10;

Anneline Lauziere, RMUW (hooking) 11:18; Fortino, Laura, COR (interference) 17:37; Kylie St. Louis, RMUW (roughing) 18:28. Shots on goal – RMUW 1-2-5 8; COR 17-13-13 43. Power plays – RMUW 1 of 2; COR 4 of 8.

Penalties – RMUW 8 (16 min); COR 2 (4 min).

Goalies – RMUW, Daneca Butterfield (60:00 minutes, 43 shots-34 saves); COR, Mazzotta, Amanda (60:00, 8-7). Penalty shots – None.

Mercyhurst.................................. 6 0 1 7

Lacroix) 1:22. 2, MC-W, J. Christofferson (Lauren Jones) 8:26. 3, MC-W, Jess Jones (Meghan Agosta, Jesse Scanzano) 9:23. 4, RMUW, Thea Imbrogno (Sara O’Malley) 10:12. 5, MC-W,

Kelley Steadman (Christine Bestland, Melissa Lacroix) 13:01. 6, MC-W, Meghan Agosta (Jess Jones, Melissa Lacroix) 19:27.

7, MC-W, Meghan Agosta (Cassea Schols, Vicki Bendus) 19:47 (pp). Penalties – Paige Pietrangelo, RMUW (holding) 14:02;

Christine Bestland, MC-W (bc) 16:09; Meghan Agosta, MC-W (interference) 16:53; Thea Imbrogno, RMUW (high sticking) 19:42.

2nd period – 8, RMUW, Sara O’Malley (Thea Imbrogno, Dayna

Newsom) 13:11. Penalties – Kelsey Thomas, RMUW (tripping) 1:35; Brianna Delaney, RMUW (elbowing) 4:37; Jennifer

Kindret, RMUW (tripping) 8:03; Stephanie DeSutter, MC-W

(roughing) 14:19; Kyleigh Palmer, MC-W (interference) 17:03; Dayna Newsom, RMUW (hooking) 17:54.

3rd period – 9, MC-W, Christine Bestland (Bailey Bram,

Vicki Bendus) 1:37. 10, RMUW, Jennifer Kindret 13:17 (pp).

Penalties – J. Christofferson, MC-W (cross-checking) 1:44; Jesse Scanzano, MC-W (bc) 7:27; Maria Stoa, RMUW (tripping) 10:29; Jamie Joslin, RMUW (bc) 10:44; Jess Jones, MC-W (tripping) 12:41; Samantha Watt, MC-W (cross-checking) 15:19; Jesse Scanzano, MC-W (tripping) 15:53; Cassea Schols, MC-W

(roughing) 18:45; Sara O’Malley, RMUW (roughing) 18:45. Shots on goal – RMUW 5-2-7 14; MC-W 22-9-8 39. Power plays – RMUW 1 of 9; MC-W 1 of 8.

Penalties – RMUW 9 (18 min); MC-W 10 (20 min).

Goalies – RMUW, Kristen DiCiocco 1-3-0 (60:00 minutes, 39

shots-32 saves); MC-W, Hillary Pattenden 6-1-0 (59:35, 14-11),

Three stars – 1. None

EMPTY NET (00:25, 0-0).

2. None 3. None

Referees – Cameron Lynch, Robert Cerilli Linesman – Stephen Drain Win – Amanda Mazzotta

Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Christine Bestland 2. Meghan Agosta

3. Thea Imbrogno

Loss – Daneca Butterfield

Referees – Sherman/Bradshaw, Waters Linesman – Pickering

Win – Hillary Pattenden (6-1-0) Loss – Kristen DiCiocco (1-3-0)

— Robert Morris University —

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Game 10

Game 11

Game 12

Wayne State (4-5-0 (0-1-0 CHA)) vs. Robert Morris (2-8-0 (1-1-0 CHA))

Wayne State (5-5-0 (1-1-0)) vs. Robert Morris (2-9-0 (1-2-0))

Wisconsin (10-1-0 (7-1-0 WCHA)) vs. Robert Morris (2-10-0 (1-2-0 CHA))

Date: Nov. 12, 2010 • Location: Pittsburgh, Pa.

Date: Nov. 13, 2010 • Location: Pittsburgh, Pa.

Date: Nov. 19, 2010 • Location: Pittsburgh, Pa.

Arena: RMU Island Sports Center • Attendance: 83

Arena: RMU Island Sports Center • Attendance: 103

Arena: RMU Island Sports Center • Attendance: 121

Start time: 3:05 p.m. • End time: 5:04 • Total time: 1:59

Start time: 3:05 p.m. • End time: 4:54 • Total time: 1:49

Start time: 3:05 p.m. • End time: 5:02 p.m. • Total time: 1:57

Goals by Period

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Wayne State................................ 0 0 1 1

Wayne State................................ 1 1 2 4

Wisconsin.................................... 4 1 2 7

1st period – No Scoring. Penalties – Maria Stoa, RMUW

1st period – 1, WS, Julie Hebert/2 (Julie Ingratta/5, Lauren

1st period – 1, WIS, Ammerman, Brooke/4 (Dec. ker,

Robert Morris............................ 0 2 1 3 (hooking) 13:47; Sara O’Malley, RMUW (hooking) 18:29.

2nd period – 1, RMUW, Kelsey Thomas/2 (Thea Imbrogno/7, Brianna Delaney/6) 2:42 (pp). 2, RMUW, Jennifer Kindret/2

(Jamie Joslin/3) 19:05 (pp). Penalties – V. Laramee-Paquette,

WS (elbowing) 1:27; Alyssa Baldin, WS (checking) 11:10; Cari

Coen, WS (holding) 15:20; Adrianna Pfeffer, WS (checking from behind) 17:13; Adrianna Pfeffer, WS (game misconduct) 17:13. 3rd period – 3, WS, Lauren Ragen/4 (Jill Szandzik/7) 5:16

(pp). 4, RMUW, Thea Imbrogno/3 (Dayna Newsom/8) 19:08

(empty net). Penalties – Jamie Joslin, RMUW (tripping) 3:49; Cari Coen, WS (tripping) 10:02.

Shots on goal – WS 4-4-14 22; RMUW 7-17-17 41. Power plays – WS 1 of 3; RMUW 2 of 6.

Penalties – WS 6 (23 min); RMUW 3 (6 min).

Goalies – WS, Delayne Brian 4-5-0 (59:33 minutes, 40 shots-38

saves), EMPTY NET (00:27, 0-0); RMUW, Kristen DiCiocco 2-3-0 (59:56, 22-21), EMPTY NET (00:04, 0-0). Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Jennifer Kindret 2. Thea Imbrogno 3. Delayne Brian

Referees – Joe Baudo, Kyle Allen Linesman – Jeff Pickering

Win – Kristen DiCiocco (2-3-0) Loss – Delayne Brian (4-5-0)

Robert Morris............................ 0 1 0 1 Ragen/2) 16:51 (pp). Penalties – Paige Pietrangelo, RMUW

(checking) 5:47; Brandi Pollock, RMUW (tripping) 8:50;

Adrianna Pfeffer, WS (checking) 13:03; Brianna Delaney, RMUW (tripping) 16:12.

2nd period – 2, WS, Alyssa Baldin/5 2:03. 3, RMUW, Cobina Delaney/4 (Kelsey Thomas/4, Brianna Delaney/7) 2:15.

Penalties – Kylie St. Louis, RMUW (checking) 13:51; Brianna Delaney, RMUW (tripping) 14:44; V. Laramee-Paquette, WS (tripping) 17:12.

3rd period – 4, WS, Alyssa Baldin (Jill Szandzik, V. Laramee-

Paquette) 8:04. 5, WS, Alyssa Baldin/7 (V. Laramee-Paquette/3, Katie Gaskin) 20:00 (empty net). Penalties – Cobina Delaney, RMUW (checking) 4:26; Julie Hebert, WS (tripping) 11:38; Lauren Lovold, WS (tripping) 14:10.

Shots on goal – WS 6-6-11 23; RMUW 6-7-9 22. Power plays – WS 1 of 6; RMUW 0 of 4.

Penalties – WS 4 (8 min); RMUW 6 (12 min).

Goalies – WS, Delayne Brian 5-5-0 (59:52 minutes, 22 shots-21

saves), EMPTY NET (00:08, 0-0); RMUW, Kristen DiCiocco 2-4-0 (58:16, 22-19), EMPTY NET (01:44, 0-0). Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Alyssa Baldin 2. Julie Hebert

3. Cobina Delaney

Referees – Kyle Allen, Joe Baudo Linesman – Jeff Pickering

Win – Delayne Brian (5-5-0)

Loss – Kristen DiCiocco (2-4-0)

Robert Morris............................ 0 0 1 1 Brianna/11, Duggan, Meghan/11) 7:35 (pp). 2, WIS, Knight,

Hilary/13 (Jaminski, Kelly/2, McKeough, Stefanie/4) 11:21. 3,

WIS, Ammerman, Brooke/5 (Packer, Madison/1) 14:44. 4, WIS, Ammerman, Brooke/6 (Frykas, Breann/4) 16:47. Penalties – Anneline Lauziere, RMUW (o-interference) 5:25; Jamie Joslin, RMUW (tripping) 7:14; Brandi Pollock, RMUW (interference) 7:54.

2nd period – 5, WIS, Duggan, Meghan/9 (McKeough,

Stefanie/5, Dec. ker, Brianna/12) 8:56 (pp). Penalties – Maria Stoa, RMUW (high sticking) 1:14; Nash, Kelly, WIS (checking) 5:03; Jamie Joslin, RMUW (slashing) 8:43; Cobina Delaney,

RMUW (hooking) 16:10; Frykas, Breann, WIS (slashing) 19:45. 3rd period – 6, WIS, Dec. ker, Brianna/7 :29 (sh). 7, WIS,

Knight, Hilary/14 (Prevost, Carolyne/4) :50 (sh). 8, RMUW, Kylie St. Louis/1 (Dayna Newsom/9, Sara O’Malley/6) 1:14

(pp). Penalties – Jamie Joslin, RMUW (cross-checking) 1:59;

Ammerman, Brittany, WIS (slashing) 6:53; Ammerman, Brooke, WIS (slashing) 9:32; Ammerman, Brittany, WIS (hooking) 16:15.

Shots on goal – WIS 17-14-14 45; RMUW 7-6-14 27. Power plays – WIS 2 of 7; RMUW 1 of 5.

Penalties – WIS 5 (10 min); RMUW 7 (14 min).

Goalies – WIS, Rigsby, Alex 6-0-0 (60:00 minutes, 27 shots-26 saves); RMUW, Daneca Butterfield 0-6-0 (60:00, 45-38). Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Brooke Ammerman 2. Brianna Decker 3. Hilary Knight

Referees – Kate Connolly, Leah Wrazidlo Linesman – Dorsey Dick

Win – Alex Rigsby (6-0-0)

Loss – Daneca Butterfield (0-6-0)

— Robert Morris University —

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Game 13

Game 14

Game 15

Wisconsin (11-1-0 (7-1-0 WCHA)) vs. Robert Morris (2-11-0 (1-2-0 CHA))

Maine (6-6-2; 1-2-2 WHEA) vs. Robert Morris (2-12-0; 1-2-0 CHA)

Maine (6-6-3 (1-2-2 WHEA)) vs. Robert Morris (2-12-1 (1-2-0 CHA))

Date: Nov. 20, 2010 • Location: Pittsburgh, Pa.

Date: Nov. 26, 2010 • Location: Pittsburgh, Pa.

Date: Nov. 27, 2010 • Location: Pittsburgh, Pa.

Arena: RMU Island Sports Center • Attendance: 142

Arena: RMU Island Sports Center • Attendance: 263

Arena: RMU Island Sports Center • Attendance: 213

Start time: 3:05 p.m. • End time: 4:58 p.m. • Total time: 1:53

Start time: 7:05 p.m. • End time: 9:05 p.m. • Total time: 2:00

Start time: 2:05 p.m. • End time: 4:08 p.m. • Total time: 2:03

Goals by Period

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Wisconsin.................................... 1 4 2 7

Maine............................................. 1 1 2 4

Maine............................................. 0 0 1 0 1

1st period – 1, WIS, Haverstock, Brittany/1 (Ammerman,

1st period – 1, RMUW, Dayna Newsom/4 (Sara O’Malley/7,

1st period – No Scoring. Penalties – Paige Pietrangelo, RMUW

Robert Morris............................ 0 1 0 1 Brooke/9) 12:19. Penalties – Jennifer Kindret, RMUW

(checking) 6:24; Paige Pietrangelo, RMUW (checking) 7:44. 2nd period – 2, WIS, Duggan, Meghan/10 (Dec. ker,

Brianna/13, Haverstock, Brittany/5) 1:47 (sh). 3, WIS, Prevost, Carolyne/10 (Haverstock, Brittany/6) 3:09 (sh). 4, RMUW, Kathryn Stack/1 (Jennifer Kindret/3) 3:41. 5, WIS, Knight,

Hilary/15 8:29. 6, WIS, Knight, Hilary/16 (Jaminski, Kelly/3)

15:42. Penalties – Pacholok, Saige, WIS (tripping) 1:32; Dayna Newsom, RMUW (tripping) 5:37; Paige Pietrangelo, RMUW (checking) 16:39; TEAM, RMUW (bench) 20:00.

3rd period – 7, WIS, Duggan, Meghan/11 (Prevost, Carolyne/5, Ammerman, Brooke/10) 2:58 (pp). 8, WIS, Knight, Hilary/17 (McKeough, Stefanie/6, Ammerman, Brooke/11) 5:01 (pp).

Penalties – Kylie St. Louis, RMUW (roughing) :20; McKeough, Stefanie, WIS (roughing) :20; Paige Pietrangelo, RMUW

(checking) 1:52; Jennifer Kindret, RMUW (interference) 4:25; Dayna Newsom, RMUW (checking) 5:10; Dayna Newsom,

RMUW (hooking) 14:11; Brandi Pollock, RMUW (roughing) 16:00.

Shots on goal – WIS 9-19-6 34; RMUW 1-10-3 14. Power plays – WIS 2 of 10; RMUW 0 of 1.

Penalties – WIS 2 (4 min); RMUW 11 (22 min).

Goalies – WIS, Rigsby, Alex 7-0-0 (60:00 minutes, 14 shots-13

saves); RMUW, Daneca Butterfield 0-7-0 (35:42, 26-21), Kristen DiCiocco (24:18, 8-6).

Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Knight, Hilary

2. Duggan, Meghan

3. Ammerman, Brooke

Robert Morris............................ 1 1 0 2 Brianna Delaney/8) 6:47 (pp). 2, MAINE, Missy Denk/2 (Jennie Gallo/6) 11:06. Penalties – Ashley Norum, MAINE (slashing) 6:28; Whitney Pappas, RMUW (interference) 11:24; Myriam Croussette, MAINE (hooking) 18:53.

2nd period – 3, MAINE, Brittany Dougherty/9 (Myriam Croussette/8) 1:02. 4, RMUW, Sara O’Malley/6 (Kelsey

Thomas/5, Thea Imbrogno/8) 8:44 (pp). Penalties – Jenny Kistner, MAINE (interference) 4:10; Myriam Croussette,

MAINE (hooking) 4:50; Missy Denk, MAINE (checking) 7:32;

Jamie Joslin, RMUW (checking) 14:21; Kayla Kaluzny, MAINE (slashing) 18:27.

3rd period – 5, MAINE, Dawn Sullivan/2 (Danielle Ward/6, Brittany Dougherty/8) 7:49 (pp). 6, MAINE, Myriam

Croussette/7 (Ashley Norum/8, Brittany Dougherty/9) 17:10. Penalties – Dayna Newsom, RMUW (tripping):38; Kylie St.

Louis, RMUW (interference) 7:18; Brittany Dougherty, MAINE (checking) 9:15; Kelly McDonald, MAINE (checking) 13:32;

Kelly McDonald, MAINE (interference) 17:44; Dayna Newsom, RMUW(cross-checking) 18:17.

Shots on goal – MAINE 5-5-5 15; RMUW 12-20-12 44. Power plays – MAINE 1 of 5; RMUW 2 of 9.

Penalties – MAINE 9 (18 min); RMUW 5 (10 min).

Goalies – MAINE, Brittany Ott 5-5-2 (60:00 minutes, 44

shots-42 saves); RMUW, Daneca Butterfield 0-8-0 (47:49, 1310), Kristen DiCiocco (11:15, 2-1), EMPTY NET (00:56, 0-0). Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Brittany Dougherty 2. Sara O’Malley 3. Brittany Ott

Referees – Leah Wrazidlo, Kate Connolly

Referees – Aaron Wallace, Jeff Zelasko

Loss – Daneca Butterfield (0-7-0)

Loss – Daneca Butterfield (0-8-0)

Linesman – Dorsey Dick

Win – Rigsby, Alex (7-0-0)

Linesman – Jeff Pickering

Win – Brittany Ott (5-5-2)

— Robert Morris University —

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Robert Morris............................ 0 0 1 0 1 (hooking) 2:43; Brianna Delaney, RMUW (tripping) 7:07;

Kathryn Stack, RMUW (roughing) 13:23; Ashley Norum, MAINE (roughing) 13:23; Kayla Kaluzny, MAINE (tripping) 17:51; Ashley Norum, MAINE (checking) 18:47.

2nd period – No Scoring. Penalties – Chloe Tinkler, MAINE (holding) 10:20; Kelsey Thomas, RMUW (roughing) 18:00; Paige Pietrangelo, RMUW (cross-checking) 20:00.

3rd period – 1, MAINE, Dawn Sullivan/3 (Kayla Kaluzny/5,

Brittany Dougherty/10) 3:42 (pp). 2, RMUW, Kathryn Stack/2 (Jennifer Kindret/4, Whitney Pappas/2) 14:42. Penalties

– Ashley Norum, MAINE (roughing) :27; Maria Stoa, RMUW

(hooking) 3:31; Myriam Croussette, MAINE (hooking) 5:04; Ashley Norum, MAINE (roughing) 6:42; Brianna Delaney, RMUW (checking) 17:44.

OT period - No Scoring. Penalties – Brianna Delaney, RMUW (interference) :23; Sara O’Malley, RMUW (interference) 3:04; Chloe Tinkler, MAINE (interference) 4:32; Danielle Ward, MAINE (cross-checking) 5:00; Whitney Pappas, RMUW (unsportsmanlike conduct) 5:00.

Shots on goal – MAINE 4-6-4-5 19; RMUW 11-20-12-0 43. Power plays – MAINE 1 of 8; RMUW 0 of 6.

Penalties – MAINE 9 (18 min); RMUW 10 (20 min).

Goalies – MAINE, Brittany Ott (64:56 minutes, 43 shots-42 saves), EMPTY NET (00:04, 0-0); RMUW, Kristen DiCiocco (64:57, 19-18), EMPTY NET (00:03, 0-0). Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Kathryn Stack 2. Brittany Ott

3. Dawn Sullivan

Referees – Josh Deliman, Jeff Pickering Linesman – Dorsey Dick

Maine – Brittany Ott (5-5-3)

Robert Morris – Kristen DiCiocco (2-4-1)


Game 16

Game 17

Game 18

Robert Morris (3-12-1,1-2-0 CHA) vs. Minnesota State (6-10-1,5,7,0,0 WCHA)

Robert Morris (3-12-2,1-2-0 CHA) vs. Minnesota State (6-10-2,5-7-0-0 WCHA)

Robert Morris (3-13-2, 1-3-0 CHA) vs. Niagara (4-12-3, 1-2-0 CHA)

Date: Dec. 3, 2010 • Location: Mankato, Minn.

Date: Dec. 4, 2010 • Location: Mankato, Minn.

Date: Dec. 10, 2010 • Location: Niagara University, N.Y.

Arena: All Seasons Arena • Attendance: 72

Arena: All Seasons Arena • Attendance: 113

Arena: Dwyer Arena • Attendance: 347

Start time: 7:07 p.m. • End time: 9:03 p.m. • Total time: 1:56

Start time: 3:07 p.m. • End time: 5:10 p.m. • Total time: 2:03

Start time: 7:05 p.m. • End time: 9:00 p.m. • Total time: 1:58

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Robert Morris............................ 0 1 1 2

Robert Morris............................ 0 2 0 0 2

Robert Morris............................ 0 1 1 2

1st period – No Scoring. Penalties – Moira O’Connor, MSU

1st period – 1, MSU, Melissa Klippenstein/2 (Emmi

1st period – 1, NIA, Jenna Hendrikx/6 (Autumn Stuntz/6)

Minnesota State........................ 0 1 0 1 (high sticking) 5:23; Brianna Delaney, RMUW (tripping) 9:36; Jamie Joslin, RMUW (cross-checking) 9:49.

2nd period – 1, MSU, Kathleen Rogan/9 (Lauren Smith/6,

Erika Magnusson/3) 6:28. 2, RMUW, Sara O’Malley/7 (Brianna

Delaney/9) 10:19. Penalties – Kathleen Rogan, MSU (hooking) :17; Lauren Zrust, MSU (high sticking) 16:42.

3rd period – 3, RMUW, Brianna Delaney/4 (Kylie St. Louis/2) 2:34. Penalties – Emilia Andersson, MSU (tripping) 17:01. Shots on goal – RMUW 9-6-3 18; MSU 10-6-4 20. Power plays – RMUW 0 of 4; MSU 0 of 2.

Penalties – RMUW 2 (4 min); MSU 4 (8 min).

Goalies – RMUW, Kristen DiCiocco 3-4-1 (60:00 minutes,

20 shots-19 saves); MSU, Alli Altmann 3-8-1 (58:57, 18-16), EMPTY NET (01:03, 0-0). Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Brianna Delaney 2. Kathleen Rogan

3. Kristen DiCiocco

Referees – Kevin Capocasa, Dave Pen-McGree Linesman – Ray Ducey

Win – Kristen DiCiocco (3-4-1) Loss – Alli Altmann (3-8-1)

Minnesota State........................ 1 0 1 0 2 Leinonen/3) 8:18. Penalties – Jamie Joslin, RMUW (checking) 5:21.

2nd period – 2, RMUW, Brianna Delaney/5 5:47 (pp). 3, RMUW, Brianna Delaney/6 (Sara O’Malley/8) 16:12. Penalties – Emilia Andersson, MSU (tripping) 4:46; Nina Tikkinen, MSU (high

sticking) 9:20; Nina Tikkinen, MSU (game misconduct) 9:20;

Jamie Joslin, RMUW (tripping) 9:30; Lauren Smith, MSU (crosschecking) 13:25; Kelsie Scott, MSU (roughing) 19:52; Paige Pietrangelo, RMUW (holding the stick) 19:52.

3rd period – 4, MSU, Lauren Zrust/3 (Kelsie Scott/2) 2:07.

Penalties – Whitney Pappas, RMUW (tripping) 3:41; Moira O’Connor, MSU (high sticking) 11:07; Sara O’Malley, RMUW (interference) 15:45.

OT period – No Scoring. Penalties – None.

Shots on goal – RMUW 4-3-2-1 10; MSU 8-12-9-2 31. Power plays – RMUW 1 of 4; MSU 0 of 4.

Penalties – RMUW 5 (10 min); MSU 6 (23 min).

Goalies – RMUW, Kristen DiCiocco (65:00 minutes, 31 shots-29 saves); MSU, Daniielle Butters (65:00, 10-8). Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Brianna Delaney 2. Lauren Zrust

3. Melissa Klippenstein

Referees – Tina Simonson, Ray Doocy Linesman – Dave McGree

Robert Morris – Kristen DiCiocco (3-4-2)

Minnesota State – Daniielle Butters (3-2-1)

Niagara......................................... 2 1 2 5

10:38. 2, NIA, Daniela Dal Colle/4 (Kathleen Bortuzzo/2, Leah Whittaker/3) 19:27 (pp). Penalties – Kara Edwards, NIA

(tripping) 6:58; Dayna Newsom, RMUW (hooking) 7:34; Maria Stoa, RMUW (tripping) 17:44.

2nd period – 3, RMUW, Kelsey Thomas (Brianna Delaney, Cobina Delaney) :35. 4, NIA, Daniela Dal Colle/5 (Jocey

Kleiber/3) 2:42. Penalties – Brandi Pollock, RMUW (hooking)

8:51; Leah Whittaker, NIA (checking) 14:29; Erica Owczarczak,

NIA (holding) 17:14; Brianna Delaney, RMUW (tripping) 19:15. 3rd period – 5, RMUW, Thea Imbrogno (Sara O’Malley, Dayna Newsom) 14:34. 6, NIA, Caitlin Jenkins (Sarah Zacharias,

Autumn Stuntz) 19:09 (empty net) (pp). 7, NIA, Leah Whittaker 19:28 (empty net). Penalties – Courtney Langston, RMUW

(hooking) 5:43; Kaleigh Chippy, NIA (hooking) 5:54; Caitlin

Jenkins, NIA (checking) 13:50; Jamie Joslin, RMUW (tripping)

14:12; Erica Owczarczak, NIA (tripping) 16:31; Kylie St. Louis, RMUW (checking) 17:51.

Shots on goal – RMUW 4-8-6 18; NIA 6-7-11 24. Power plays – RMUW 0 of 6; NIA 2 of 7.

Penalties – RMUW 7 (14 min); NIA 6 (12 min).

Goalies – RMUW, Kristen DiCiocco 2-8-0 (58:53 minutes, 22 shots-19 saves), EMPTY NET (01:07, 0-0); NIA, Jenni Bauer 4-10-2 (60:00, 18-16).

Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Daniela Dal Colle 2. Jenna Hendrikx 3. Jenni Bauer

Referees – Dina Allen, Kyle Allen Linesman – Jason Leisten

Win – Jenni Bauer (4-10-2)

Loss – Kristen DiCiocco (2-8-0)

— Robert Morris University —

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Game 19

Game 20

Game 21

Robert Morris (3-13-3, 1-3-1 CHA) vs. Niagara (4-12-4, 1-2-1 CHA)

Robert Morris (4-13-3) vs. Connecticut (7-13-1)

Robert Morris (4-14-1) vs. Connecticut (8-13-1)

Date: Dec. 11, 2010 • Location: Niagara University, N.Y.

Date: Jan. 8, 2011 • Location: Storrs, Conn.

Date: Jan. 9, 2011 • Location: Storrs, Conn.

Arena: Dwyer Arena • Attendance: 286

Arena: Freitas Ice Forum • Attendance: 156

Arena: Freitas Ice Forum • Attendance: 275

Start time: 2:05 p.m. • End time: 4:10 p.m. • Total time: 2:05

Start time: 1:00 p.m. • End time: 2:59 p.m. • Total time: 1:59

Start time: 1:00 p.m. • End time: 2:59 p.m. • Total time: 1:59

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Robert Morris............................ 0 1 0 0 1

Robert Morris............................ 1 1 1 3

Robert Morris............................ 0 0 2 2

1st period – No Scoring. Penalties – Caitlin Jenkins, NIA

1st period – 1, RMUW, Brianna Delaney/7 (Cobina Delaney/3)

1st period – 1, UCONN, MURPHY, Brittany/5 (GROSS,

Niagara......................................... 0 1 0 0 1

(roughing) 10:19; Brianna Delaney, RMUW (hooking) 14:25;

Connecticut................................. 0 1 0 1 17:26. Penalties – MURPHY, Brittany, UCONN (hitting after

Sarah Zacharias, NIA (tripping) 19:20.

whistle) 11:33; Meeri Raisanen, RMUW (hitting after whistle)

Erica Owczarczak/1) 3:09 (pp). 2, RMUW, Thea Imbrogno/5

2nd period – 2, RMUW, Brianna Delaney/8 (Kelsey Thomas/6,

2nd period – 1, NIA, Kristen Richards/5 (Jessica Hitchcock/6, (Dayna Newsom/11) 16:47. Penalties – Jamie Joslin, RMUW (tripping) 1:51; Sarah Zacharias, NIA (interference) 10:32;

11:33; Jamie Joslin, RMUW (checking) 14:37.

Cobina Delaney/4) 5:08. 3, UCONN, CHAISSON, Jennifer/4

(RAITHBY, Stephanie/3, HEWETT, Rebecca/6) 11:42. Penalties

Brandi Pollock, RMUW (cross-checking) 12:36; Kaleigh Chippy,

– Anneline Lauziere, RMUW (checking) 16:02; BLAIN, Maude,

3rd period – No Scoring. Penalties – Brianna Delaney, RMUW

3rd period – 4, RMUW, Thea Imbrogno/6 (Sara O’Malley/10,

NIA (hooking) 12:51.

(tripping) 5:50; Caitlin Jenkins, NIA (tripping) 7:46; Jamie

UCONN (holding) 19:35.

Dayna Newsom/12) 3:06 (pp). Penalties – MURPHY, Brittany,

Joslin, RMUW (hooking) 10:40; Leah Whittaker, NIA (hooking)

UCONN (interference) 1:10; Brandi Pollock, RMUW (holding)

OT period - No Scoring. Penalties – None.

players on ice) 16:12; Sara O’Malley, RMUW (tripping) 19:02.

13:27.

Shots on goal – RMUW 8-12-5-2 27; NIA 3-7-6-3 19. Power plays – RMUW 0 of 6; NIA 1 of 5.

Penalties – RMUW 5 (10 min); NIA 6 (12 min).

Goalies – RMUW, Kristen DiCiocco (65:00 minutes, 19 shots-18 saves); NIA, Sarah Moses (65:00, 27-26). Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Sarah Moses

2. Kristen DiCiocco

3. Kristen Richards

Referees – John Everett, Scott Bell Linesman – Jason Leisten

Robert Morris – Kristen DiCiocco (3-53) Niagara – Sarah Moses (0-2-2)

8:27; Dayna Newsom, RMUW (checking) 9:36; TEAM, RMUW (too many players on ice) 14:17; TEAM, UCONN (too many Shots on goal – RMUW 2-7-10 19; UCONN 7-6-6 19. Power plays – RMUW 1 of 3; UCONN 0 of 6.

Penalties – RMUW 7 (14 min); UCONN 4 (8 min).

Goalies – RMUW, Meeri Raisanen 1-0-0 (60:00 minutes, 19

shots-18 saves); UCONN, GARCIA, Alexandra 5-12-1 (59:02, 19-16), EMPTY NET (00:58, 0-0). Penalty shots – None.

Connecticut................................. 1 3 2 6 Taylor/5, CHAISSON, Jennifer/10) 9:48. Penalties – MURPHY, Brittany, UCONN (checking) 5:17; KNAJDEK, Casey, UCONN (interference) 17:46.

2nd period – 2, UCONN, WELCH, Jenna/1 (HEWETT,

Rebecca/7, NAUHEIM, Kiana/1) 9:27. 3, UCONN, VAKOS,

Alexandra/1 (GROSS, Taylor/6, EVELYN, Sami/7) 16:08 (pp). 4, UCONN, RAITHBY, Stephanie/4 (EVELYN, Sami/8, VAKOS,

Alexandra/6) 18:18. Penalties – Sara O’Malley, RMUW

(charging) 5:03; HORAN, Kelly, UCONN (tripping) 6:49; WELCH, Jenna, UCONN (tripping) 12:15; Courtney Langston, RMUW (interference) 14:39.

3rd period – 5, UCONN, HORAN, Kelly/5 (BLAIN, Maude/6, VAKOS, Alexandra/7) 1:15. 6, UCONN, HEWETT, Rebecca/3 (WELCH, Jenna/2, SAXON, Jenny) 2:03. 7, RMUW, Cobina

Delaney/5 (Kelsey Thomas/7, Brianna Delaney/11) 11:01 (pp). 8, RMUW, Anneline Lauziere/1 (Dayna Newsom/13) 11:55.

Penalties – SYDOR, Jody, UCONN (tripping) 7:21; CHAISSON, Jennifer, UCONN (cross-checking) 10:17; MURPHY, Brittany, UCONN (hooking) 15:51.

Shots on goal – RMUW 5-11-12 28; UCONN 6-6-4 16. Power plays – RMUW 1 of 7; UCONN 1 of 2.

Penalties – RMUW 2 (4 min); UCONN 7 (14 min).

Goalies – RMUW, Meeri Raisanen 1-1-0 (40:52 minutes, 13

shots-8 saves), Daneca Butterfield (18:45, 3-2), EMPTY NET

Three stars – 1. None

(00:23, 0-0); UCONN, PANICCIA, Nicole 3-1-0 (60:00, 28-26).

2. None 3. None

Referees – Bill Doiron, Tim Kerrigan Linesman – George Major

Win – Meeri Raisanen (1-0-0)

Loss – Alexandra Garcia (5-12-1)

Penalty shots – None. Three stars – 1. None

2. None 3. None

Referees – Andrew DiFusco, Andrew Mann Linesman – Karl Poirier

Win – Nicole Paniccia (3-1-0)

Loss – Meeri Raisanen (1-1-0)

— Robert Morris University —

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Game 22

Game 23

Game 24

Robert Morris (4-15-3, 1-4-1 CHA) vs. Syracuse (9-11-3, 3-2 CHA)

Robert Morris (4-16-3, 1-5-1 CHA) vs. Syracuse (10-11-3, 4-2 CHA)

Mercyhurst (19-5-0) vs. Robert Morris (4-17-3)

Date: Jan. 14, 2011 • Location: Syracuse, N.Y.

Date: Jan. 15, 2011 • Location: Syracuse, N.Y.

Date: Jan. 21, 2011 • Location: Pittsburgh, Pa.

Arena: Tennity Ice Pavilion • Attendance: 155

Arena: Tennity Ice Pavilion • Attendance: 107

Arena: RMU Island Sports Center • Attendance: 237

Start time: 7 p.m. • End time: 9:00 p.m • Total time: 2:00

Start time: 2 p.m. • End time: 4:00 p.m. • Total time: 2:00

Start time: 7:05 p.m. • End time: 9:02 p.m. • Total time: 1:57

Goals by Period

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Robert Morris............................ 0 1 1 2

Robert Morris............................ 0 1 0 1

Mercyhurst.................................. 3 1 2 6

1st period – 1, SU, Stefanie Marty (Christina LaCombe,

1st period – No Scoring. Penalties – Stefanie Marty, SU

1st period – 1, RMUW, Sara O’Malley/9 (Thea Imbrogno/10)

8:32; Maria Stoa, RMUW (interference) 14:26; Lisa Mullan, SU

2nd period – 1, RMUW, Sara O’Malley (Dayna Newsom, Kylie St.

Syracuse....................................... 1 2 2 5

Taylor Metcalfe) 9:30 (pp). Penalties – Christina LaCombe,

SU (tripping) 1:24; Paige Pietrangelo, RMUW (interference) (checking) 19:05.

2nd period – 2, SU, Kelsey Welch (Isabel Menard, Taylor

Metcalfe) 2:54. 3, SU, Kelly Dimmen (Akane Hosoyamada, Holly Carrie-Mattimo) 4:21 (pp). 4, RMUW, Jennifer Kindret (Maria

Stoa) 10:56. Penalties – Paige Pietrangelo, RMUW (checking) 3:48.

3rd period – 5, SU, Margot Scharfe (Julie Rising, Kelsey Welch)

2:51. 6, SU, Ashley Cockell (Lisa Mullan, Stefanie Marty) 3:23. 7,

RMUW, Jennifer Kindret (Thea Imbrogno) 13:38 (pp). Penalties – Talia Menard, SU (hitting after whistle) 6:38; Julie Rising,

SU (roughing) 12:19; Lisa Mullan, SU (holding) 13:18; Dayna

Newsom, RMUW (goaltender interference) 14:36; Holly CarrieMattimo, SU (checking) 16:03.

Shots on goal – RMUW 4-9-10 23; SU 10-14-5 29. Power plays – RMUW 1 of 5; SU 2 of 4.

Penalties – RMUW 4 (8 min); SU 6 (12 min).

Goalies – RMUW, Meeri Raisanen 1-2-0 (43:35 minutes, 27 shots-22 saves), Daneca Butterfield (16:25, 2-2); SU, Kallie Billadeau 3-8-1 (60:00, 23-21). Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Kelsey Welch

2. Isabel Menard

3. Jennifer Kindret

Syracuse....................................... 0 1 2 3

(tripping) :40; Paige Pietrangelo, RMUW (holding) 13:13.

Louis) 6:21. 2, SU, Isabel Menard 11:26. Penalties – None.

3rd period – 3, SU, Isabel Menard 3:02. 4, SU, Ashley Cockell

(Holly Carrie-Mattimo, Akane Hosoyamada) 18:26 (empty net).

Penalties – Jaquie Greco, SU (interference) 6:49; Kelly Dimmen, SU (hooking) 9:51; Taylor Metcalfe, SU (tripping) 16:24; Dayna Newsom, RMUW (tripping) 16:24; Caitlin Roach, SU (holding) 19:03; Dayna Newsom, RMUW (hooking) 19:46.

Shots on goal – RMUW 5-10-15 30; SU 3-11-5 19. Power plays – RMUW 0 of 3; SU 0 of 1.

Penalties – RMUW 3 (6 min); SU 5 (10 min).

Goalies – RMUW, Meeri Raisanen 1-3-0 (58:05 minutes, 17

shots-15 saves), EMPTY NET (01:55, 1-1); SU, Kallie Billadeau 4-7-1 (60:00, 30-29).

Penalty shots – [3rd 09:51] RMUW Thea Imbrogno MISSED. Three stars – 1. Isabel Menard 2. Sara O’Malley

3. Kallie Billadeau

Referees – Jim Everett, Lead Wrazildo Linesman – Will O’Malley

Win – Kallie Billadeau (4-7-1)

Loss – Meeri Raisanen (1-3-0)

Robert Morris............................ 1 2 0 3 2:50. 2, MC-W, Christine Bestland/15 (Meghan Agosta/34,

Christie Cicero/6) 8:30. 3, MC-W, J. Christofferson/3 (Christie Cicero/7, Meghan Agosta/35) 9:02. 4, MC-W, Christine

Bestland/16 (Melissa Lacroix/11, Meghan Corbett/9) 11:41.

Penalties – Jennifer Kindret, RMUW (checking) 9:26; Brianna Delaney, RMUW (tripping) 16:08; Paige Pietrangelo, RMUW (hooking) 18:36.

2nd period – 5, MC-W, Christie Cicero/8 (Vicki Bendus/24, Christine Bestland/17) 1:33. 6, RMUW, Brianna Delaney/9

(Kelsey Thomas/7) 13:50. 7, RMUW, Kelsey Thomas/4 (Brianna Delaney/12, Cobina Delaney/5) 14:45. Penalties – Lauren

Jones, MC-W (checking) 2:19; Dayna Newsom, RMUW (tripping) 15:29.

3rd period – 8, MC-W, Meghan Agosta/25 (Jesse Scanzano/23, Lauren Barnes/6) 4:24 (pp). 9, MC-W, Lauren Jones/5

(Samantha Watt/6) 14:40. Penalties – Anneline Lauziere,

RMUW (interference) 2:17; Jamie Joslin, RMUW (tripping) 2:59; Kelsey Thomas, RMUW (cross-checking) 7:48; Cassea Schols,

MC-W (hooking) 8:38; Dayna Newsom, RMUW (hooking) 10:28; Samantha Watt, MC-W (interference) 15:37; Kyleigh Palmer, MC-W (tripping) 18:11.

Shots on goal – MC-W 16-15-15 46; RMUW 3-11-7 21. Power plays – MC-W 1 of 8; RMUW 0 of 4.

Penalties – MC-W 4 (8 min); RMUW 8 (16 min).

Goalies – MC-W, Hillary Pattenden 17-5-0 (59:56 minutes,

21 shots-18 saves), EMPTY NET (00:04, 0-0); RMUW, Meeri Raisanen 1-4-0 (60:00, 46-40). Penalty shots – None.

Referees – John Everett, Leah Wrazildo

Three stars – 1. Christie Cicero

Linesman – Mike Foley

2. Christine Bestland

Win – Kallie Billadeau (3-8-1)

3. Brianna Delaney

Loss – Meeri Raisanen (1-2-0)

Referees – Kate Connolly, Leah Wrazidlo Linesman – Steve Waters

Win – Hillary Pattenden (17-5-0) Loss – Meeri Raisanen (1-4-0)

— Robert Morris University —

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Game 25

Game 26

Game 27

Mercyhurst (20-5-0 (9-0-0 CHA)) vs. Robert Morris (4-18-3 (1-7-1 CHA))

Niagara (9-14-4 (6-4-1 CHA)) vs. Robert Morris (4-19-3 (1-8-1 CHA))

Niagara (9-14-5 (6-4-2 CHA)) vs. Robert Morris (4-19-4 (1-8-2 CHA))

Date: Jan. 22, 2011 • Location: Pittsburgh, Pa.

Date: Feb. 4, 2011 • Location: Pittsburgh, Pa.

Date: Feb. 5, 2011 • Location: Pittsburgh, Pa.

Arena: RMU Island Sports Center • Attendance: 181

Arena: RMU Island Sports Center • Attendance: 222

Arena: RMU Island Sports Center • Attendance: 198

Start time: 2:05 p.m. • End time: 4:08 p.m. • Total time: 2:03

Start time: 7:05 p.m. • End time: 8:58 p.m. • Total time: 1:53

Start time: 2:05 p.m. • End time: 4:03 p.m. • Total time: 1:58

Goals by Period

1

2

3

TotAL

Mercyhurst.................................. 3 2 2 7

Goals by Period

1

2

3

TotAL

Niagara......................................... 1 1 1 3

Goals by Period

1

2

3

OT

TotAL

Niagara......................................... 1 0 1 0 2

Robert Morris............................ 0 1 0 1

Robert Morris............................ 1 0 0 1

Robert Morris............................ 0 0 2 0 2

Samantha Watt/7) 7:26. 2, MC-W, Kyleigh Palmer/1 (Vicki

Brianna Delaney/13) 2:18 (pp). 2, NIA, Kristen Richards/7

Owczarczak/2) 12:47 (pp). Penalties – Dayna Newsom, RMUW

1st period – 1, MC-W, Pamela Zgoda/3 (Vicki Bendus/25, Bendus/26, Christine Bestland/18) 9:38. 3, MC-W, Jesse

Scanzano/15 (Bailey Bram/22, Melissa Lacroix/12) 13:15. Penalties – Kylie Rossler, MC-W (slashing) 14:11; TEAM,

MC-W (too many players on ice) 18:19; Meghan Agosta, MC-W (roughing) 18:42.

2nd period – 4, MC-W, Samantha Watt/1 (Jesse Scanzano/23) 1:14. 5, RMUW, Thea Imbrogno/7 (Sara O’Malley/11, Dayna Newsom/15) 17:26. 6, MC-W, Meghan Agosta/26 (Jesse

Scanzano/24, Melissa Lacroix/13) 18:03 (sh). Penalties –

Melissa Lacroix, MC-W (tripping) 2:38; Cassea Schols, MC-W (cross-checking) 3:24; Dayna Newsom, RMUW (hooking) 3:58; Paige Pietrangelo, RMUW (holding) 6:09; Jennifer

Kindret, RMUW (cross-checking) 10:29; Kathryn Stack, RMUW (checking) 13:03; Jesse Scanzano, MC-W (roughing) 13:03;

Whitney Pappas, RMUW (roughing) 13:03; Vicki Bendus, MC-W (slashing) 17:54; Brianna Delaney, RMUW (hooking) 18:35.

3rd period – 7, MC-W, Jesse Scanzano/16 (Meghan Agosta/36)

:27 (pp). 8, MC-W, Pamela Zgoda/4 (Lauren Barnes/7, Christine Bestland/19) 16:25. Penalties – Melissa Lacroix, MC-W

(tripping) 4:31; Maria Stoa, RMUW (interference) 10:57; Pamela Zgoda, MC-W (hooking) 19:46.

Shots on goal – MC-W 8-15-10 33; RMUW 13-9-4 26. Power plays – MC-W 1 of 6; RMUW 0 of 8.

Penalties – MC-W 9 (18 min); RMUW 7 (14 min).

Goalies – MC-W, Hillary Pattenden 18-5-0 (59:34 minutes,

26 shots-25 saves), EMPTY NET (00:26, 0-0); RMUW, Meeri

Raisanen 1-5-0 (21:12, 9-5), Daneca Butterfield (38:42, 24-21), EMPTY NET (00:06, 0-0).

1st period – 1, RMUW, Dayna Newsom/5 (Thea Imbrogno/11,

(Jessica Hitchcock/9, Jenna Hendrikx/1) 13:49 (pp). Penalties

– Daniela Dal Colle, NIA (high sticking) 1:41; Erica Owczarczak, NIA (tripping) 3:05; Maria Stoa, RMUW (interference) 7:37;

Cobina Delaney, RMUW (checking) 13:40; Erica Owczarczak, NIA (cross-checking) 19:22.

2nd period – 3, NIA, Jessica Hitchcock/3 (Jenna Hendrikx/2) 8:39. Penalties – Jamie Joslin, RMUW (checking) 16:55.

3rd period – 4, NIA, Jenna Hendrikx/8 (Autumn Stuntz/8,

Chelsea Witwicke/1) 12:49. Penalties – Jocey Kleiber, NIA (elbowing) 19:52.

Shots on goal – NIA 15-13-9 37; RMUW 8-6-5 19. Power plays – NIA 1 of 3; RMUW 1 of 4.

Penalties – NIA 4 (8 min); RMUW 3 (6 min).

Goalies – NIA, Jenni Bauer 9-12-2 (60:00 minutes, 19 shots-18 saves); RMUW, Meeri Raisanen 1-6-0 (58:04, 37-34), EMPTY NET (01:56, 0-0).

Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Jessica Hitchcock 2. Jenna Hendrikx

3. Dayna Newsom

1st period – 1, NIA, Kaleigh Chippy/5 (Jenna Hendrikx/3, Erica (hooking) 11:32; Natasha Fryer, NIA (interference) 16:13.

2nd period – No Scoring. Penalties – Jenna Hendrikx, NIA (slashing) 10:55.

3rd period – 2, NIA, Jenna Hendrikx/9 (Kristen Richards/6) 8:44. 3, RMUW, Sara O’Malley/10 (Thea Imbrogno/12,

Anneline Lauziere/1) 10:52. 4, RMUW, Thea Imbrogno/8 (Sara O’Malley/12, Brianna Delaney/14) 18:33 (pp). Penalties –

Kaleigh Chippy, NIA (hooking) 3:18; Erica Owczarczak, NIA (checking) 18:02.

OT period – No Scoring. Penalties – None.

Shots on goal – NIA 11-15-3-2 31; RMUW 7-8-13-6 34. Power plays – NIA 1 of 1; RMUW 1 of 4.

Penalties – NIA 4 (8 min); RMUW 1 (2 min).

Goalies – NIA, Jenni Bauer (65:00 minutes, 34 shots-32 saves); RMUW, Meeri Raisanen (65:00, 31-29). Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Thea Imbrogno 2. Sara O’Malley

3. Jenna Hendrikx

Referees – Jason Bell, Aaron Belair

Referees – Jason Brown, Aaron Belair

Loss – Meeri Raisanen (1-6-0)

Robert Morris – Meeri Raisanen (1-6-1)

Linesman – Jason Leisten

Win – Jenni Bauer (9-12-2)

Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Jesse Scanzano

2. Christine Bestland 3. Pamela Zgoda

Referees – Jeff Shernan, Joe Sherman Linesman – Jeff Pickering

Win – Hillary Pattenden (18-5-0) Loss – Meeri Raisanen (1-5-0)

— Robert Morris University —

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Linesman – Jason Leisten

Niagara – Jenni Bauer (9-12-3)


Game 28

Game 29

Game 30

Robert Morris (4-19-5, 1-8-3 CHA) vs. Wayne State (8-17-2, 1-10-2 CHA)

Robert Morris (5-19-5, 2-8-3 CHA) vs. Wayne State (8-18-2, 1-11-2 CHA)

Syracuse (11-15-5 (5-6-2 CHA)) vs. Robert Morris (5-19-6 (2-8-4 CHA))

Date: Feb. 11, 2011 • Location: Detroit, Mich.

Date: Feb. 12, 2011 • Location: Detroit, Mich.

Date: Feb. 18, 2011 • Location: Pittsburgh, Pa.

Arena: City Sports Center • Attendance: 186

Arena: City Sports Center • Attendance: 166

Arena: RMU Island Sports Center • Attendance: 187

Start time: 7:00 p.m. • End time: 9:27 p.m. • Total time: 2:27

Start time: 2:00 p.m. • End time: 4:08 p.m. • Total time: 2:08

Start time: 7:05 p.m. • End time: 9:13 p.m. • Total time: 2:08

Goals by Period

1

2

3

OT

TotAL

Goals by Period

1

2

3

TotAL

Robert Morris............................ 2 2 0 0 4

Robert Morris............................ 0 2 0 2

1st period – 1, RMUW, Cobina Delaney/6 (Maria Stoa/2, Paige

1st period – 1, WS, Lauren Lovold/1 (Rachel Hardwick/2,

Wayne State................................ 1 1 2 0 4

Pietrangelo/1) 7:11 (pp). 2, WS, V. Laramee-Paquette/5 (Ciara

Lee/3, Gina Buquet/8) 9:48. 3, RMUW, Kathryn Stack/3 (Jamie

Joslin/4, Maria Stoa/2) 12:57 (sh). Penalties – Cobina Delaney, RMUW (tripping) 2:53; Jill Szandzik, WS (tripping) 5:15; Jennifer Kindret, RMUW (tripping) 11:51.

2nd period – 4, WS, Micheline Frappier/5 (Jenaya

Townsend/1) 3:00 (pp). 5, RMUW, Thea Imbrogno/9 (Kylie St. Louis/4, Kelsey Thomas/9) 6:05 (pp). 6, RMUW, Sara

O’Malley/13 (Thea Imbrogno/13, Brianna Delaney/15) 14:06 (pp). Penalties – Thea Imbrogno, RMUW (interference)

2:04; Adrianna Pfeffer, WS (holding) 4:32; Paige Pietrangelo, RMUW (high sticking) 9:08; Alyssa Baldin, WS (checking) 9:48; Paige Pietrangelo, RMUW (checking) 12:56; TEAM,

WS (unsportsmanlike conduct) 12:56; Jamie Joslin, RMUW

(roughing) 13:41; Jill Szandzik, WS (roughing) 13:41; Brandi

Pollock, RMUW (roughing) 13:41; Julie Ingratta, WS (roughing) 13:41; Julie Ingratta, WS (elbowing) 13:41; Jennifer Kindret, RMUW (tripping) 14:23.

3rd period – 7, WS, Julie Ingratta/20 12:39. 8, WS, Julie

Ingratta/11 (Jill Szandzik/15) 19:22 (pp). Penalties – Thea Imbrogno, RMUW (slashing) 18:55.

OT period – No Scoring. Penalties – Meeri Raisanen, RMUW

(roughing) 1:34; Jill Szandzik, WS (interference) 2:40; Alyssa Baldin, WS (high sticking) 3:33.

Shots on goal – RMUW 12-10-6-3 31; WS 7-16-13-5 41. Power plays – RMUW 3 of 6; WS 2 of 7.

Penalties – RMUW 10 (20 min); WS 9 (18 min).

Goalies – RMUW, Meeri Raisanen (65:00 minutes, 41 shots-37 saves); WS, Delayne Brian (64:04, 31-27), EMPTY NET (00:56, 0-0).

Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Julie Ingratta

2. Sara O’Malley

3. V. Laramee-Paquette

Goals by Period

1

2

3

OT

TotAL

Syracuse....................................... 0 2 0 0 2

Wayne State................................ 1 0 0 1

Robert Morris............................ 0 1 1 0 2

Micheline Frappier/6) 1:30. Penalties – Dayna Newsom,

Jamie Joslin, RMUW (checking) 15:46.

RMUW (tripping) 1:54; Jenaya Townsend, WS (holding) 6:54; Ciara Lee, WS (tripping) 9:22; Anneline Lauziere, RMUW (holding) 9:35; Gina Buquet, WS (tripping) 13:20; Paige Pietrangelo, RMUW (interference) 19:01.

2nd period – 2, RMUW, Sara O’Malley/12 (Brandi Pollock/3, Thea Imbrogno/14) 8:09. 3, RMUW, Courtney Langston/1

(Kelsey Thomas/10, Maria Stoa/4) 8:29. Penalties – Brandi Pollock, RMUW (tripping) 3:59; Cobina Delaney, RMUW

(checking) 10:29; V. Laramee-Paquette, WS (holding) 11:54; Cobina Delaney, RMUW (tripping) 13:08; Katie Gaskin, WS

(interference) 13:35; Jamie Joslin, RMUW (roughing) 19:35.

3rd period – No Scoring. Penalties – Kelsey Thomas, RMUW (hooking) 3:59; Anneline Lauziere, RMUW (holding) 8:07; V.

Laramee-Paquette, WS (hooking) 8:23; Kelsey Thomas, RMUW (cross-checking) 8:53; Gina Buquet, WS (unsportsmanlike

conduct) 9:53; Adrianna Pfeffer, WS (cross-checking) 11:23; Brianna Delaney, RMUW (interference) 17:21.

Shots on goal – RMUW 7-12-3 22; WS 8-10-10 28. Power plays – RMUW 0 of 8; WS 0 of 10.

Penalties – RMUW 11 (22 min); WS 8 (16 min).

Goalies – RMUW, Meeri Raisanen 2-6-2 (60:00 minutes, 28 shots-27 saves); WS, Delayne Brian 8-18-2 (58:30, 22-20), EMPTY NET (01:30, 0-0). Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Courtney Langston 2. Lauren Lovold

3. Meeri Raisanen

Referees – Gui Bradshaw, Joe Sherman Linesman – Erich Schreiner

Win – Meeri Raisanen (2-6-2)

Loss – Delayne Brian (8-18-2)

Referees – Gui Bradshaw, Joe Sherman Linesman – Erich Schreiner

Robert Morris – Meeri Raisanen (1-6-2) Wayne State – Delayne Brian (8-17-2)

— Robert Morris University —

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1st period – Penalties – Kelsey Welch, SU (interference) 11:38; 2nd period – 1, RMUW, Thea Imbrogno/10 (Anneline

Lauziere/2) :53. 2, SU, Ashley Cockell/9 (Isabel Menard/20) 1:13. 3, SU, Ashley Cockell/10 (Isabel Menard/21, Holly

Carrie-Mattimo/9) 19:13 (pp). Penalties – Stefanie Marty, SU (interference) 7:12; Christina LaCombe, SU (slashing) 10:44;

Kelly Dimmen, SU (checking) 17:09; TEAM, RMUW (too many players on ice) 18:34.

3rd period – 4, RMUW, Brianna Delaney/10 (Anneline

Lauziere/3) 18:14. Penalties – Cobina Delaney, RMUW

(hooking) 4:14; Isabel Menard, SU (elbowing) 5:05; Jennifer

Kindret, RMUW (interference) 11:37; Holly Carrie-Mattimo, SU

(high sticking) 18:52; Jenesica Drinkwater, SU (slashing) 19:48. OT period – No Scoring. Penalties – Kylie St. Louis, RMUW (tripping) 2:05.

Shots on goal – SU 5-7-13-2 27; RMUW 11-16-8-3 38. Power plays – SU 1 of 5; RMUW 0 of 7.

Penalties – SU 7 (14 min); RMUW 5 (10 min).

Goalies – SU, Jenesica Drinkwater (64:48 minutes, 38 shots-36 saves), EMPTY NET (00:12, 0-0); RMUW, Meeri Raisanen (64:30, 27-25), EMPTY NET (00:30, 0-0). Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Ashley Cockell

2. Brianna Delaney 3. Isabel Menard

Referees – Guy Bradshaw, Jeff Shernan Linesman – Steve Waters

Syracuse – Jenesica Drinkwater (6-5-3)

Robert Morris – Meeri Raisanen (2-6-3)


Game 31

Game 32

Game 33

Syracuse (11-15-6, 5-6-3) vs. Robert Morris (5-19-7, 2-8-5)

Robert Morris (5-20-7, 2-9-5 CHA) vs. Mercyhurst (27-5-0, 16-0-0 CHA)

— CHA Quarterfinal —

Date: Feb. 19, 2011 • Location: Pittsburgh, Pa.

Date: Feb. 25, 2011 • Location: Erie, Pa.

Arena: RMU Island Sports Center • Attendance: 207

Arena: Mercyhurst Ice Center • Attendance: 585

Start time: 3:05 p.m. • End time: 5:15 p.m. • Total time: 2:10

Start time: 7:00 p.m. • End time: 9:07 p.m. • Total time: 2:07

Goals by Period

1

2

3

OT

TotAL

Goals by Period

1

2

3

Wayne State (8-21-2, 1-14-2 CHA) vs. Robert Morris (6-20-7, 3-9-5 CHA)

TotAL

Syracuse....................................... 0 2 0 0 2

Robert Morris............................ 1 0 1 2

1st period – 1, RMUW, Thea Imbrogno/11 (Brianna

1st period – 1, MC-W, Kelley Steadman (Meghan Corbett, Jess

Robert Morris............................ 1 0 1 0 2 Delaney/16, Sara O’Malley/13) 7:58 (pp). Penalties – Kelsey

Thomas, RMUW (tripping) 2:05; Ashley Cockell, SU (charging) 6:24; Megan Skelly, SU (cross-checking) 7:34; Holly Carrie-

Mattimo, SU (holding) 8:49; Thea Imbrogno, RMUW (tripping) 16:02; Ashley Cockell, SU (tripping) 17:50.

2nd period – 2, SU, Holly Carrie-Mattimo (Margot Scharfe,

Akane Hosoyamada) 8:45 (pp). 3, SU, Holly Carrie-Mattimo/4 (Ashley Cockell/12, Isabel Menard/22) 11:55 (pp). Penalties – Kelsey Welch, SU (hooking) 2:22; Ashley Cockell, SU

(cross-checking) 3:32; Kallie Billadeau, SU (hooking) 5:44;

Dayna Newsom, RMUW (hooking) 6:53; Kathryn Stack, RMUW

(roughing) 7:40; Kelsey Thomas, RMUW (checking) 11:05; Sara O’Malley, RMUW (roughing) 11:44; Jaquie Greco, SU (slashing)

14:29; Brianna Delaney, RMUW (holding) 16:35; Brittney Krebs, SU (interference) 18:50.

3rd period – 4, RMUW, Thea Imbrogno/12 (Sara O’Malley/14, Dayna Newsom/16) 2:58. Penalties – Jaquie Greco, SU

(checking) 5:11; Cobina Delaney, RMUW (tripping) 18:09. OT period – No Scoring. Penalties – None.

Shots on goal – SU 8-10-8-2 28; RMUW 14-12-9-2 37. Power plays – SU 2 of 8; RMUW 1 of 10.

Penalties – SU 10 (20 min); RMUW 8 (16 min).

Goalies – SU, Kallie Billadeau (65:00 minutes, 37 shots-35 saves); RMUW, Meeri Raisanen (65:00, 28-26). Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Thea Imbrogno

2. Holly Carrie-Mattimo 3. Sara O’Malley

Referees – Clint Evans, Guy Bradshaw Linesman – Mike Burt

Syracuse – Kallie Billadeau (4-10-3)

Mercyhurst.................................. 2 2 2 6

Jones) 6:44. 2, RMUW, Sara O’Malley (Thea Imbrogno, Anneline Lauziere) 7:32. 3, MC-W, Bailey Bram (Vicki Bendus, Samantha

Watt) 13:35. Penalties – Melissa Lacroix, MC-W (interference) 19:33.

2nd period – 4, MC-W, Meghan Agosta (Bailey Bram, Christine

Bestland) 15:18 (pp). 5, MC-W, Cassea Schols (Meghan Corbett, Jesse Scanzano) 19:24. Penalties – Sara O’Malley, RMUW (bc)

:27; Samantha Watt, MC-W (interference) 4:56; Jesse Scanzano, MC-W (high sticking) 6:48; Maria Stoa, RMUW (holding) 14:20; Bailey Bram, MC-W (hooking) 19:49.

3rd period – 6, RMUW, Brianna Delaney (Sara O’Malley, Thea

Imbrogno) 6:36 (pp). 7, MC-W, Meghan Agosta (Cassea Schols, Kelley Steadman) 7:51. 8, MC-W, Jesse Scanzano (Christie

Cicero, Lauren Barnes) 19:20. Penalties – Vicki Bendus, MC-W (hooking) 4:37; Meghan Agosta, MC-W (bc) 5:16; Kylie Rossler, MC-W (hooking) 10:31.

Shots on goal – RMUW 8-7-9 24; MC-W 15-19-11 45. Power plays – RMUW 1 of 7; MC-W 1 of 2.

Penalties – RMUW 2 (4 min); MC-W 7 (14 min).

Goalies – RMUW, Meeri Raisanen 2-7-4 (59:41 minutes, 45 shots-39 saves), EMPTY NET (00:19, 0-0); MC-W, Hillary Pattenden 25-5-0 (60:00, 24-22). Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Meghan Agosta 2. Cassea Schols

3. Kelley Steadman

Referees – Sherman, Zalasko Linesman – Pane

Win – Hillary Pattenden (25-5-0) Loss – Meeri Raisanen (2-7-4)

Robert Morris – Meeri Raisanen (2-6-4)

— Robert Morris University —

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Date: Mar. 3, 2011 • Location: Syracuse, N.Y. Arena: Tennity Ice Pavilion • Attendance: 107 Start time: 3:00 p.m. • End time: 5:00 p.m • Total time: 2:00 Goals by Period

1

2

3

TotAL

Wayne State................................ 1 0 1 2 Robert Morris............................ 1 1 2 4 1st period – 1, RMUW, Cobina Delaney (Brianna Delaney) 10:50. 2, WS, Adrianna Pfeffer (Cari Coen) 12:12 (pp).

Penalties – Cobina Delaney, RMUW (hooking) 11:04; Jenaya Townsend, WS (hooking) 12:50.

2nd period – 3, RMUW, Maria Stoa (Cobina Delaney, Kylie

St. Louis) 13:32 (pp). Penalties – Whitney Pappas, RMUW

(hooking) 1:48; V. Laramee-Paquette, WS (checking) 2:14; Julie

Ingratta, WS (hooking) 5:30; Katie Gaskin, WS (hooking) 12:09; Kylie St. Louis, RMUW (interference) 16:58; Julie Ingratta, WS (roughing) 17:51; Jamie Joslin, RMUW (tripping) 18:37.

3rd period – 4, WS, Cari Coen (V. Laramee-Paquette, Gina

Buquet) :29 (pp). 5, RMUW, Brandi Pollock (Sara O’Malley, Thea Imbrogno) 12:32. 6, RMUW, Sara O’Malley (Brianna Delaney, Whitney Pappas) 19:04 (empty net). Penalties – None. Shots on goal – WS 7-8-7 22; RMUW 12-11-12 35. Power plays – WS 2 of 5; RMUW 1 of 4.

Penalties – WS 5 (10 min); RMUW 4 (8 min).

Goalies – WS, Delayne Brian 8-21-2 (58:55 minutes, 34

shots-31 saves), EMPTY NET (01:05, 0-0); RMUW, Meeri Raisanen 3-7-4 (60:00, 22-20). Penalty shots – None.

Three stars – 1. Brandi Pollock

2. V. Laramee-Paquette 3. Maria Stoa

Referees – Jason Ellis, Jason Brown Linesman – Will McStavick

Win – Meeri Raisanen (3-7-4)

Loss – Delayne Brian (8-21-2)


Game 34 — CHA Semifinal — Robert Morris (6-21-7, 2-9-5 CHA) vs. Mercyhurst (28-5-0, 16-0 CHA) Date: Mar. 4, 2011 • Location: Syracuse, N.Y. Arena: Tennity Ice Pavilion • Attendance: 103 Start time: 4:00 p.m. • End time: 6:02 p.m. • Total time: 2:02 Goals by Period

1

2

3

TotAL

Robert Morris............................ 0 1 0 1 Mercyhurst.................................. 2 1 0 3

1st period – 1, MC-W, Kelley Steadman (Meghan Agosta) 13:09.

2, MC-W, Jesse Scanzano (Meghan Agosta) 19:04 (sh). Penalties – Brandi Pollock, RMUW (checking) 8:53; Cassea Schols, MC-W (checking) 11:01; Christie Cicero, MC-W (hooking) 13:53; Cassea Schols, MC-W (tripping) 17:39.

Jamie Joslin

Anneline Lauziere

Thea Imbrogno

Kylie St. Louis

2nd period – 3, RMUW, Cobina Delaney (Brianna Delaney) 6:20. 4, MC-W, Jesse Scanzano (Vicki Bendus) 19:27 (pp). Penalties – Bailey Bram, MC-W (tripping) 10:27; Cobina Delaney, RMUW (tripping) 18:56; Kylie St. Louis, RMUW (tripping) 18:56.

3rd period – No Scoring. Penalties – Jennifer Kindret, RMUW (hooking) 6:30; Cassea Schols, MC-W (checking) 15:13. Shots on goal – RMUW 5-13-7 25; MC-W 14-17-13 44. Power plays – RMUW 0 of 5; MC-W 1 of 3.

Penalties – RMUW 4 (8 min); MC-W 5 (10 min).

Goalies – RMUW, Meeri Raisanen 3-8-4 (57:39 minutes, 44 shots-41 saves), EMPTY NET (02:21, 0-0); MC-W, Hillary Pattenden 26-5-0 (60:00, 25-24).

Penalty shots – [2nd 18:56] MC-W Vicki Bendus MISSED. Three stars – 1. Jesse Scanzano

2. Meghan Agosta

3. Cobina Delaney

Referees – Leah Wruhzidlow, Kyle Allen Linesman – Will McStravick

Win – Hillary Pattenden (26-5-0) Loss – Meeri Raisanen (3-8-4)

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College Hockey America 2010-11 Year in Review

Pts

|------------Conference Only ------------| GP Record Win% GF- GA

|-------------------- Overall -------------------| GP Record Win% GF- GA

1. Mercyhurst

32

16

16- 0- 0

35 29- 6- 0

9

16

2- 9- 5

.281

32- 59

4

16

1-13- 2

.125

24- 53

2. Niagara

3. Syracuse

4. Robert Morris 5. Wayne State

18

17

16 16

8- 6- 2

7- 6- 3

Team Statistics – Conference Games Goals

No. Avg./G

5.25 2.19 2.0 1.94 1.50

Mercyhurst............................................... 146 Syracuse.................................................... 56 Robert Morris................................... 53 Niagara...................................................... 39 Wayne State............................................. 38

9.13 3.50 3.31 2.44 2.38

SHOTS

No. Avg./G

No. Avg./G

Mercyhurst............................................... 659 41.19 Robert Morris................................... 427 26.69 Syracuse.................................................... 410 25.63 Wayne State............................................. 392 24.50 Niagara...................................................... 358 22.38 Shot Percentage

.562 .531

84- 22

31- 34

.829

177- 70

34 6-21- 7

.279

70-132

31

.290

58- 88

33 11-17- 5

35- 38

36 14-16- 6

POWER PLAY Percentage

Mercyhurst............................................... 84 Syracuse.................................................... 35 Robert Morris................................... 32 Niagara...................................................... 31 Wayne State............................................. 24 ASSISTS

1.00

8-21- 2

.409 .472

PCT.

POWER PLAY GOALS

88- 99

Goals ALLOWED

No. Avg./G

Mercyhurst............................................................. 27.7% Niagara.................................................................... 16.7 % Syracuse.................................................................. 14.1% Robert Morris............................................... 11.3% Wayne State........................................................... 10.0%

Mercyhurst............................................... 22 Niagara...................................................... 34 Syracuse.................................................... 38 Wayne State............................................. 51 Robert Morris................................... 55

Mercyhurst.................................................................... 4 Syracuse......................................................................... 2 Robert Morris..................................................... 1 Niagara........................................................................... 0 Wayne State.................................................................. 0

Wayne State............................................. 470 Syracuse.................................................... 452 Robert Morris................................... 432 Niagara...................................................... 423 Mercyhurst............................................... 263

Mercyhurst............................................................. 93.7% Niagara.................................................................... 88.6% Syracuse.................................................................. 82.8% Robert Morris............................................... 78.6% Wayne State........................................................... 78.5%

Niagara......................................................................... .926 Mercyhurst.................................................................. .923 Syracuse....................................................................... .922 Wayne State................................................................ .902 Robert Morris................................................... .887

Shorthanded Goals

No.

PENALTY KILL Percentage

PCT.

Saves

1.38 2.13 2.38 3.19 3.44

No. Saves/G

SAVE Percentage

SHUTOUTS

29.38 28.25 27.0 26.44 16.44

PCT.

No.

Mercyhurst.................................................................. 4 Niagara......................................................................... 3 Syracuse....................................................................... 1 Robert Morris................................................... 0 Wayne State................................................................ 0

PCT.

Mercyhurst............................................................. 12.7% Niagara.................................................................... 8.7% Syracuse.................................................................. 8.5% Robert Morris............................................... 7.5% Wayne State........................................................... 6.1%

PENALTY MINUTES

No. Avg./G

Niagara...................................................... 170 Robert Morris................................... 184 Wayne State............................................. 202 Mercyhurst............................................... 214 Syracuse.................................................... 220

No. Avg./G

Mercyhurst............................................... 26 Niagara...................................................... 11 Robert Morris................................... 11 Syracuse.................................................... 11 Wayne State............................................. 9

49- 77

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10.63 11.50 12.63 13.38 13.75


Individual Statistics – Conference Games POINTS (Goals-Assists-Points)

1. Meghan Agosta (Sr, F, Mercyhurst)........................................ 18-23-41 2. Jesse Scanzano (Sr, F, Mercyhurst)......................................... 11-14-25 3. Vicki Bendus(Sr, F, Mercyhurst).............................................. 7-17-24 4. Christine Bestland(Fr. F, Mercyhurst)................................... 12-11-23 5. Thea Imbrogno (Fr. F, Robert Morris)......................... 10-10-20 6. Jess Jones (Jr, F, Mercyhurst).................................................... 9-10-20 7. Isabel Menard (So, F, Syracuse)............................................... 8-8-16 8. Cassea Schols (Sr, D, Mercyhurst).......................................... 2-13-15 9. Sara O’Malley (Sr, F/F, Robert Morris.......................... 7-7-14 10. Bailey Bram (Jr, F, Mercyhurst)............................................... 3-10-13 POINTS BY A DEFENSEMEN (Goals-Assists-Points)

1. Cassea Schols (Sr, D, Mercyhurst).......................................... 2-13-15 2. Melissa Lacroix (Sr, D, Mercyhurst)....................................... 1-10-11 Ashley Cockell (Sr, D, Syracuse).............................................. 6-5-11 4. Pamela Zgoda (Jr. D, Merchyhurst)........................................ 3-7-10 Akane Hosoyamada (Fr, F, Syracuse).................................... 1-9-10 6. Jill Szandzik (Jr, D, Wayne State)............................................. 1-7-8 7. Samantha Watt (So, D, Mercyhurst)...................................... 1-5-6 8. Erica Owczarczak (Jr, D, Niagara)........................................... 1-3-4 Anneline Lauziere (Fr, D, Robert Morris)................... 0-4-4 10. 5 Players tied with 3 Points

Cobina Delaney GOALS

1. Meghan Agosta (Sr, F, Mercyhurst)...................................................... 18 2. Christine Bestland(Fr. F, Mercyhurst)................................................. 12 3. Jesse Scanzano (Sr, F, Mercyhurst)....................................................... 11 4. Thea Imbrogno (Fr, F, Robert Morris)..................................... 10 5. Jess Jones (Jr, F, Mercyhurst).................................................................. 9 6. Isabel Menard (So, F, Syracuse)............................................................. 8 Kelley Steadman (Jr, F, Mercyhurst).................................................... 8 Jenna Hendrikx (So, F, Niagara)............................................................ 8 9. 2 Players tied with 7

POINTS BY A FRESHMAN (Goals-Assists-Points)

1. Christine Bestland(Fr. F, Mercyhurst).............................. 12-11-23 2. Thea Imbrogno (Fr. F, Robert Morris)..................... 10-10-20 3. Jessica Hitchcock (Fr, F, Niagara)....................................... 5-6-11 4. Akane Hosoyamada (Fr, F, Syracuse)................................ 1-9-10 5. Christie Cicero (Fr, F, Mercyhurst).................................... 3-6-9 Margot Scharfe (Fr, F, Syracuse).............................................. 3-6-9 7. Kaleigh Chippy (Fr, F, Niagara)................................................ 5-3-8 Kristen Richards (Fr, F, Niagara)............................................. 3-5-8 9. Lauren Barnes (Fr, F, Mercyhurst)......................................... 0-5-5 10. Anneline Lauziere (Fr, D, Robert Morris)................... 0-4-4

ASSISTS

1. Meghan Agosta (Sr, F, Mercyhurst)...................................................... 23 2. Vicki Bendus(Sr, F, Mercyhurst)............................................................ 17 3. Jesse Scanzano (Sr, F, Mercyhurst)....................................................... 14 4. Cassea Schols (Sr, D, Mercyhurst)........................................................ 13 5. Christine Bestland(Fr. F, Mercyhurst)................................................. 11 6. Bailey Bram (Jr, F, Mercyhurst)............................................................. 10 Jess Jones (Jr, F, Mercyhurst).................................................................. 10 Melissa Lacroix (Sr, D, Mercyhurst)..................................................... 10 Thea Imbrogno (Fr, F, Robert Morris)................................................ 10 10. Akane Hosoyamada (Fr, F, Syracuse).................................................. 9 POWER PLAY POINTS

1. Meghan Agosta (Sr, F, Mercyhurst)........................................ 7-10-17 2. Vicki Bendus(Sr, F, Mercyhurst).............................................. 3-7-10 Jesse Scanzano (Sr, F, Mercyhurst)......................................... 5-5-10 Cassea Schols (Sr, D, Mercyhurst).......................................... 1-9-10 5. Thea Imbrogno (Fr, F, Robert Morris)......................... 3-5-8 6. Christine Bestland(Fr, F, Mercyhurst)................................... 6-1-7 Holly Carrie-Mattimoe (SO, F, Syracuse)............................. 4-3-7 8. Jess Jones (Jr, F, Mercyhurst).................................................... 1-5-6 Brianna Delaney (Jr, F, Robert Morris)........................ 1-5-6 10. 4 Players tied with 5 Points

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POWER PLAY GOALS

1. Meghan Agosta (Sr, F, Mercyhurst)...................................................... 7 2. Christine Bestland(Fr. F, Mercyhurst)................................................. 6 3. Jesse Scanzano (Sr, F, Mercyhurst)....................................................... 5 4. Holly Carrie-Mattimoe (SO, F, Syracuse)........................................... 4 5. Vicki Bendus(Sr, F, Mercyhurst)............................................................ 3 Jennifer Kindret (So, F, Robert Morris)................................... 3 Kaleigh Chippy (Fr, F, Niagara).............................................................. 3 Thea Imbrogno (Fr. F, Robert Morris)..................................... 3 9. 3 Players tied with 2

Kelsey Thomas

GAME-WINNING GOALS

1. Meghan Agosta (Sr, F, Mercyhurst)...................................................... 5 2. Christine Bestland(Fr. F, Mercyhurst)................................................. 3 Jessica Hitchcock (Fr, F, Niagara).......................................................... 3 4. Jess Jones (Jr, F, Mercyhurst).................................................................. 2 5. 21 Players tied with 1 Goal

Shots

1. Meghan Agosta (Mercyhurst)................................................................ 151 2. Ashley Cockell (Syracuse)........................................................................ 74 3. Thea Imbrogno (Robert Morris)............................................... 72 4. Sara O’Malley (Robert Morris)................................................... 70 5. Kelley Steadman (Mercyhurst).............................................................. 61 6. Jesse Scanzano (Mercyhurst)................................................................. 60 7. Jessica Hitchcock (Niagara).................................................................... 56 8. Gina Buquet (Wayne St. (Mich.)).......................................................... 54 9. Veronique Laramee-Paquette (Wayne St. (Mich.))....................... 53 10. Isabel Menard (Syracuse)........................................................................ 53

PLUS/MINUS

1. Christine Bestland(Fr. F, Mercyhurst)................................................. +18 2. Meghan Agosta (Sr, F, Mercyhurst)...................................................... +16 Cassea Schols (Sr, D, Mercyhurst)........................................................ +16 4. Melissa Lacroix (Sr, D, Mercyhurst)..................................................... +13 Kyleigh Palmer (Jr, F, Mercyhurst)....................................................... +13 Pamela Zgoda (Jr. D, Merchyhurst)...................................................... +13 7. Vicki Bendus(Sr, F, Mercyhurst)............................................................ +10 Jesse Scanzano (Sr, F, Mercyhurst)....................................................... +10 9. Kelley Steadman (Jr, F, Mercyhurst).................................................... +9 10. Jess Jones (Jr, F, Mercyhurst).................................................................. +8

Shooting Percentage

1. Jessica Christofferson (Mercyhurst)................................................... .500 2. Jenna Hendrikx (Niagara)........................................................................ .250 3. Sadie St. germain (Syracuse).................................................................. .250 4. Jess Jones (Mercyhurst)............................................................................ .237 5. Christine Bestland (Mercyhurst).......................................................... .235 6. Kelsey Welch (Syracuse).......................................................................... .231 7. Holly Carrie-Mattimo (Syracuse)......................................................... .222 8. Daniela Dal colle (Niagara)..................................................................... .200 9. Alyssa Baldin (Wayne St. (Mich.))........................................................ .194 10. Jesse Scanzano (Mercyhurst)................................................................. .183

HAT TRICKS

1. Meghan Agosta (Sr, F, Mercyhurst)...................................................... 3 2. Jesse Scanzano (Sr, F, Mercyhurst)....................................................... 2 3. Alyssa Baldin (Jr. F, Wayne State)......................................................... 1

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (minimum 33% of team minutes played) GP Minutes GA GAA Record SO

1. Hillary Pattenden (Jr, Mercyhurst)............ 15 2. Jenni Bauer (Sr, Niagara)................................ 14 3. Kallie Billadeau (Fr, Syracuse)..................... 10 4. Delayne Brian (Jr, Wayne State).................. 16 5. Meeri Räisänen (Fr, Robert Morris).... 11

897:19 824:44 654:27 966:50 620:07

21 30 24 51 37

1.40 15-0-0 2.18 8-5-1 2.20 5-3-2 3.16 1-13-2 3.58 1-6-4

3 3 0 0 0

SAVES PERCENTAGE (minimum 33% of team minutes played) GP Minutes Saves

GA

Saves %

24 21 30 51 37

.925 .924 .923 .902 .890

1. Kallie Billadeau (Fr, Syracuse)....................... 10 2. Hillary Pattenden (Jr, Mercyhurst).............. 15 3. Jenni Bauer (Sr, Niagara).................................. 14 4. Delayne Brian (Jr, Wayne State).................... 16 5. Meeri Räisänen (Fr, Robert Morris)...... 11

SHUTOUTS

529:30 298 837:19 254 764:44 359 966:50 470 560:26 299

1. Jenni Bauer (Sr, Niagara)............................................................................. 3 2. Hillary Pattenden (Jr, Mercyhurst)......................................................... 3 3. Jessica Drinkwater (Fr, Syracuse)............................................................ 1

Thea Imbrogno

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2011 CHA Tournament

CHA All-Academic Team

Tennity Ice Pavilion – Syracuse, N.Y.

League-High 16 Colonials Named to Squad

Anneline Lauziere

Quarterfinal – Thursday, March 3

No. 4 Robert Morris 4, No. 5 Wayne State 2

Selected to Academic All-Star Team, honoring student-athletes who achieve highest GPAs at respective positions

Semifinals – Friday, March 4

No. 1 Mercyhurst 3, No. 4 Robert Morris 1 No. 3 Syracuse 1, No. 2 Niagara 0 Championship – Saturday, March 5

Thea Imbrogno

No. 1 Mercyhurst 5, No. 3 Syracuse 4

One of just six student-athletes in the CHA to claim both All-Conference and All-Academic Team honors

College Hockey America Regular Season Awards To qualify for the CHA All-Academic Team, a studentathlete must post a 3.0 GPA or higher in all of the academic periods during which her team was actively competing. While 3.0 represents the minimum standard to qualify, all 16 of Robert Morris’ selections actually achieved a GPA of at least 3.2 during the past academic year.

First Team All-Conference

Megan Agosta....................... Vicki Bendus......................... Isabel Menard....................... Cassea Schols........................ Pam Zgoda.............................. Jenni Bauer............................

Sr F Mercyhurst College Sr F Mercyhurst College So F Syracuse University Sr D Mercyhurst College Jr D Mercyhurst College Sr G Niagara University

Bailey Bram........................... Thea Imbrogno................ Jess Scanzano........................ Erica Osczarczak................. Jill Szandzik........................... Hillary Pattenden................

Jr F Mercyhurst College Fr F Robert Morris University Sr F Mercyhurst College Jr D Niagara University Jr D Wayne State University Jr G Mercyhurst College

Student-Athlete – 2010-11 GPA – Major

SECOND Team All-Conference

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM

Marissa Angel – 3.92 – Communication

Daneca Butterfield – 3.89 – Applied Psychology

Brianna Delaney – 3.70 – Elementary Education Cobina Delaney – 3.27 – Marketing Kristen DiCiocco – 3.61 – Early Childhood and Special Education

Thea Imbrogno.......................... F Robert Morris University Christine Bestland......................... F Mercyhurst College Kristen Richards............................. F Niagara University Akane Hosoyamada....................... D Syracuse University Cari Coen........................................... D Wayne State Kallie Billadeau............................... G Syracuse University

Whitney Henderson – 3.57 – Applied Psychology Thea Imbrogno – 3.91 – Biology

Courtney Langston – 3.57 – Applied Psychology Anneline Lauziere – 3.97 – Biology

Dayna Newsom – 3.22 – Accounting

Best Defensive Forward Autumn Stuntz Niagara University

Sara O’Malley – 3.47 – Finance; Accounting (Double Major)

Best Defenseman Cassea Schols Mercyhurst College

Whitney Pappas – 3.71 – Communication

Individual Sportsmanship Award Autumn Stuntz Niagara University

Paige Pietrangelo – 3.42 – English

Brandi Pollock – 3.53 – Communication

Rookie of the Year Thea Imbrogno Robert Morris University

Kylie St. Louis – 3.44 – English

Kathryn Stack – 3.53 – Elementary Education

Player of the Year Megan Agosta Mercyhurst College

Coach of the Year Mike Sisti Mercyhurst College

Regular Season Scoring Trophy Megan Agosta Mercyhurst College (16 gp, 18-23 – 41) — Robert Morris University —

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All-Time Series Records SCHOOL

W-L-T

SCHOOL

W-L-T

Bemidji State........................................ 1-3-0

Mercyhurst............................................ 0-28-0

Boston University..................................... 0-5-0

Minnesota..................................................... 1-1-0

Clarkson........................................................ 1-4-0

Niagara................................................... 5-14-5

Brown............................................................. 1-0-0

Chatham........................................................ 1-0-0

Colgate.................................................... 0-1-0 Connecticut.................................................... 1-3-0

Cornell........................................................... 1-2-0

Elmira............................................................. 0-1-0

Harvard......................................................... 0-1-0

Minnesota-Duluth..................................... 1-1-0

Minnesota State................................... 2-2-1 Northeastern............................................... 1-3-0

Ohio State..................................................... 0-4-0

Princeton............................................... 0-0-0 Providence............................................ 1-4-1 Quinnipiac...................................................... 0-5-0

Lindenwood.......................................... 0-0-0

Rensselaer............................................. 2-7-1

Maine.............................................................. 6-3-1

RIT................................................................... 2-1-0

Brandi Pollock

Jennifer Kindret

Conference Breakdown

W-L-T

College Hockey America ECACHL Hockey East WCHA NCAA Division I Independents ECAC Division III East ECAC Division III West Total

17-66-9 7-25-2 11-19-2 6-20-3 13-1-0 2-1-0 1-1-0 57-133-16

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SCHOOL

W-L-T

Sacred Heart................................................ 13-1-0 St. Cloud State...................................... 0-2-2 St. Lawrence................................................ 0-4-0

Syracuse................................................. 4-5-3 Union.............................................................. 2-1-1 Vermont........................................................ 2-1-0

Wayne State................................................. 7-19-1 Wisconsin..................................................... 1-7-0

Yale.......................................................... 0-0-0

Bold = 2011-12 Opponent Italic = 2011-12 Possible Opponent

Jamie Joslin


Individual Records Career Records

Game-winning goals 8 Megan Picinic................................................................. 2005-09 7 Sara O’Malley.................................................................. 2007-11 5 Brianna Delaney.................................................. 20085 Morgan Beikirch........................................................... 2005-09 4 Alissa Dorman................................................................ 2005-09 3 Jennifer Kindret.................................................. 20093 Kristen Miles.................................................................. 2005-09 3 Ali Proodian.................................................................... 2005-09 2 Maria Stoa........................................................................ 2007-11 2 Chelsea Walkland......................................................... 2006-10 2 Jessica Riley.................................................................... 2006-10 2 Jordan Riley.................................................................... 2006-10 2 Mallory Giambra........................................................... 2006-10

Points 97 Sara O’Malley (52g 45a)............................................ 2007-11 93 Brianna Delaney (43g 50a)............................. 200875 Kristen Miles (43g 32a)............................................. 2005-09 69 Morgan Beikirch (28g 41a)...................................... 2005-09 57 Megan Picinic (28g 29a)............................................ 2005-09 54 Maria Stoa (15g 39a).................................................. 2007-11 47 Alissa Dorman (23g 24a).......................................... 2005-09 43 Jacki Gibson (10g 33a)............................................... 2006-10 41 Chelsea Walkland (14g 27a).................................... 2006-10 38 Mallory Giambra (8g 30a)........................................ 2006-10

Points by a defenseman 43 Jacki Gibson (10g 33a)............................................... 2006-10 38 Mallory Giambra (8g 30a)........................................ 2006-10 37 Samantha Ullrich (5g 32a)....................................... 2005-09 36 Whitney Pappas (9g 27a)......................................... 2007-11

Points per game (minimum 5 games) 0.89 Brianna Delaney (105 games)........................ 2008 0.85 Thea Imbrogno (34 games)............................. 2010 0.70 Sara O’Malley (138 games)...................................... 2007-11 0.61 Kristen Miles (122 games)....................................... 2005-09 0.54 Morgan Beikirch (127 games)................................ 2005-09 0.47 Dayna Newsom (70 games)............................. 2009 0.46 Maria Olausson (63 games)..................................... 2006-08 0.45 Kylie Rossler (62 games)........................................... 2007-09 0.43 Megan Picinic (133 games)...................................... 2005-09 0.41 Maria Stoa (133 games)............................................ 2007-11

Multi-Point Games 26 Sara O’Malley.................................................................. 2007-11 23 Brianna Delaney.................................................. 2008 18 Kristen Miles.................................................................. 2005-09

Consecutive Games with a Point 10 Thea Imbrogno.......................... Jan. 21-Mar. 3, 2011 8 Morgan Beikirch............................. Jan. 3-Feb. 2, 2007 6 Dayna Newsom.......................... Oct. 16-Nov. 12, 2010

Brianna Delaney

Dayna Newsom

Goals 52 Sara O’Malley.................................................................. 2007-11 43 Kristen Miles.................................................................. 2005-09 43 Brianna Delaney.................................................. 200828 Morgan Beikirch........................................................... 2005-09 28 Megan Picinic................................................................. 2005-09 23 Alissa Dorman................................................................ 2005-09 21 Kathryn Traynor........................................................... 2005-09 15 Maria Stoa........................................................................ 2007-11 14 Chelsea Walkland......................................................... 2006-10 13 Jennifer Kindret.................................................. 200913 Kylie Rossler................................................................... 2007-09

Goals by a defenseman 10 Jacki Gibson.................................................................... 2006-10 9 Whitney Pappas............................................................ 2007-11 8 Mallory Giambra........................................................... 2006-10

Goals per game (minimum 5 games) 0.41 Brianna Delaney (105 games)........................ 2008 0.38 Sara O’Malley (138 games)...................................... 2007-11 0.35 Thea Imbrogno (34 games)............................. 2010 0.35 Kristen Miles (122 games)....................................... 2005-09 0.22 Morgan Beikirch (127 games)................................ 2005-09 0.21 Megan Picinic (133 games)...................................... 2005-09 0.21 Kylie Rossler (62 games)........................................... 2007-09 0.19 Jennifer Kindret (69 games)........................... 2009 0.18 Kathryn Traynor (115 games)................................ 2005-09 0.17 Alissa Dorman (135 games).................................... 2005-09 Multi-Goal Games 8 Brianna Delaney.................................................. 20086 Kristen Miles.................................................................. 2005-09 6 Sara O’Malley.................................................................. 2007-11 4 Jennifer Kindret.................................................. 20094 Alissa Dorman................................................................ 2005-09 3 Kathryn Traynor........................................................... 2005-09 2 Kylie Rossler................................................................... 2007-09 2 Maria Stoa........................................................................ 2007-11

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Power-play goals 16 Brianna Delaney.................................................. 200815 Kristen Miles.................................................................. 2005-09 13 Megan Picinic................................................................. 2005-09 12 Sara O’Malley.................................................................. 2007-11 7 Kathryn Traynor........................................................... 2005-09 7 Morgan Beikirch........................................................... 2005-09 7 Maria Stoa........................................................................ 2007-11 6 Mallory Giambra........................................................... 2006-10 6 Alissa Dorman................................................................ 2005-09 6 Chelsea Walkland......................................................... 2006-10

Short-handed goals 3 Megan Picinic................................................................. 2005-09 3 Sara O’Malley.................................................................. 2007-11 2 Morgan Beikirch........................................................... 2005-09 2 Kathryn Traynor........................................................... 2005-09 2 Brianna Delaney.................................................. 20082 Jordan Riley.................................................................... 2006-10 2 Ali Proodian.................................................................... 2005-09 1 Jamie Ferrentino........................................................... 2005-06 1 Maria Stoa........................................................................ 2007-11 1 Kylie Rossler................................................................... 2007-09 1 Kathryn Stack....................................................... 2008-

Jennifer Kindret


Shots on goal 394 Sara O’Malley (52 goals)............................................ 2007-11 319 Kristen Miles (43 goals)............................................ 2005-09 303 Brianna Delaney (43 goals)............................. 2008 294 Megan Picinic (28 goals)........................................... 2005-09 289 Morgan Beikirch (28 goals)..................................... 2005-09 206 Maria Stoa (15 goals).................................................. 2007-11 204 Whitney Pappas (9 goals)......................................... 2007-11 177 Samantha Ullrich (5 goals)....................................... 2005-09 159 Kelsey Thomas (10 goals)................................ 2009 158 Kathryn Traynor (21 goals)..................................... 2005-09

Morgan Beikirch

Assists 50 Brianna Delaney.................................................. 200845 Sara O’Malley.................................................................. 2007-11 41 Morgan Beikirch........................................................... 2005-09 39 Maria Stoa........................................................................ 2007-11 33 Jacki Gibson.................................................................... 2006-10 32 Samantha Ullrich.......................................................... 2005-09 32 Kristen Miles.................................................................. 2005-09 30 Mallory Giambra........................................................... 2006-10 29 Megan Picinic................................................................. 2005-09 27 Whitney Pappas............................................................ 2007-11 27 Chelsea Walkland......................................................... 2006-10

Assists by a defenseman 33 Jacki Gibson.................................................................... 2006-10 32 Samantah Ulrich........................................................... 2005-09 30 Mallory Giambra........................................................... 2006-10 27 Whitney Pappas............................................................ 2007-11

Assists per game (minimum 5 games) 0.50 Thea Imbrogno (34 games)............................. 2010 0.48 Brianna Delaney (105 games)........................ 2008 0.38 Maria Olausson (63 games)..................................... 2006-08 0.33 Sara O’Malley (138 games)...................................... 2007-11 0.32 Morgan Beikirch (127 games)................................ 2005-09 0.31 Dayna Newsom (70 games)............................. 2009 0.29 Maria Stoa (133 games)............................................ 2007-11 0.26 Kristen Miles (122 games)....................................... 2005-09 0.25 Cobina Delaney (68 games)............................. 2009 0.25 Samantha Ullrich (130 games)............................... 2005-09

Multi-Assist Games 9 Brianna Delaney.................................................. 20088 Maria Stoa........................................................................ 2007-11 6 Sara O’Malley.................................................................. 2007-11 6 Morgan Beikirch........................................................... 2005-09 5 Mallory Giambra........................................................... 2006-10 4 Cobina Delaney.................................................... 20094 Jordan Riley.................................................................... 2006-10 4 Maria Olausson.............................................................. 2006-08 3 Dayna Newsom.................................................... 20093 Kristen Miles.................................................................. 2005-09 3 Megan Picinic................................................................. 2005-09 3 Chelsea Walkland......................................................... 2006-10

Wins 31 Brianne McLaughlin.................................................... 2005-09 15 Daneca Butterfield....................................................... 2007-11 5 Kristen DiCiocco.................................................. 2009 3 Heather Rossi................................................................. 2006-07 3 Meeri Raisanen.................................................... 2011Saves 3,809 1,233 498 386 296

Shutouts 8 Brianne McLaughlin.................................................... 2005-09 3 Daneca Butterfield....................................................... 2007-11 1 Heather Rossi................................................................. 2006-07

Games played 140 Chelsea Walkland......................................................... 2006-10 139 Whitney Pappas............................................................ 2007-11 138 Sara O’Malley.................................................................. 2007-11 138 Jacki Gibson.................................................................... 2006-10 136 Jessica Riley.................................................................... 2006-10 135 Alissa Dorman................................................................ 2005-09 133 Megan Picinic................................................................. 2005-09 133 Maria Stoa........................................................................ 2007-11 130 Samantha Ullrich.......................................................... 2005-09 129 Mallory Giambra........................................................... 2006-10

Brianne McLaughlin................................................ 2005-09 Daneca Butterfield................................................... 2007-11 Kristen DiCiocco.............................................. 2009Meeri Raisanen................................................ 2011Heather Rossi............................................................. 2006-07

Saves per game (minimum 5 games) 31.74 Brianne McLaughlin (120 games)..................... 2005-09 26.91 Heather Rossi (11 games).................................... 2006-07 25.73 Meeri Raisanen (15 games)......................... 2011 22.02 Daneca Butterfield (56 games).......................... 2007-11 18.44 Kristen DiCiocco (27 games)....................... 2009-

Save percent (minimum 5 saves) .911 Heather Rossi (29 GA, 296 saves)......................... 2006-07 .910 Brianne McLaughlin (379 GA, 3809 saves)....... 2005-09 .893 Daneca Butterfield (148 GA, 1233 saves).......... 2007-11 .889 Meeri Raisanen (48 GA, 386 saves)............... 2011 .881 Kristen DiCiocco (67 GA, 498 saves)............. 2009 Goals against avg (minimum 5 minutes) 3.03 Heather Rossi (29 GA, 574 min)............................ 2006-07 3.13 Kristen DiCiocco (67 GA, 1284 min)............. 2009 3.28 Daneca Butterfield (148 GA, 2706 min)............. 2007-11 3.31 Brianne McLaughlin (379 GA, 6879 min).......... 2005-09 3.43 Meeri Raisanen (48 GA, 839 min)................. 2011-

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Season Records Points 32 Brianna Delaney (18g 14a)............................. 2008-09 31 Brianna Delaney (14g 17a)............................. 2009-10 30 Brianna Delaney (11g 19a)............................. 2010-11 30 Sara O’Malley (18g 12a)............................................ 2009-10 30 Sara O’Malley (14g 16a)............................................ 2010-11 29 Thea Imbrogno (12g 17a)................................ 2010-11 24 Kristen Miles (15g 9a)................................................ 2006-07 24 Kristen Miles (11g 13a)............................................. 2008-09 23 Alissa Dorman (13g 10a).......................................... 2006-07 23 Morgan Beikirch (11g 12a)...................................... 2006-07

Points by a defenseman 16 Mallory Giambra (4g 12a)........................................ 2007-08 14 Jacki Gibson (3g 11a).................................................. 2007-08 13 Whitney Pappas (3g 10a)......................................... 2008-09

Points per game (minimum 5 games) 0.91 Brianna Delaney (35 games).......................... 2008-09 0.88 Brianna Delaney (34 games).......................... 2010-11 0.88 Sara O’Malley (34 games)......................................... 2010-11 0.86 Brianna Delaney (36 games).......................... 2009-10 0.85 Thea Imbrogno (34 games)............................. 2010-11 0.83 Sara O’Malley (36 games)......................................... 2009-10 0.69 Kristen Miles (35 games).......................................... 2008-09 0.69 Kristen Miles (35 games).......................................... 2006-07 0.66 Alissa Dorman (35 games)....................................... 2006-07 0.66 Morgan Beikirch (35 games)................................... 2006-07


Goals 18 Brianna Delaney.................................................. 2008-09 18 Sara O’Malley.................................................................. 2009-10 15 Kristen Miles.................................................................. 2006-07 14 Brianna Delaney.................................................. 2009-10 14 Sara O’Malley.................................................................. 2010-11 13 Alissa Dorman................................................................ 2006-07 12 Thea Imbrogno.................................................... 2010-11 11 Morgan Beikirch........................................................... 2006-07 11 Kristen Miles.................................................................. 2008-09 11 Brianna Delaney.................................................. 2010-11 11 Sara O’Malley.................................................................. 2007-08 11 Megan Picinic................................................................. 2006-07

Goals by a defenseman 6 Jamie Joslin........................................................... 2009-10 4 Mallory Giambra........................................................... 2007-08 4 Jacki Gibson.................................................................... 2008-09 4 Whitney Pappas............................................................ 2009-10

Goals per game (minimum 5 games) 0.51 Brianna Delaney (35 games).......................... 2008-09 0.50 Sara O’Malley (36 games)......................................... 2009-10 0.43 Kristen Miles (35 games).......................................... 2006-07 0.41 Sara O’Malley (34 games)......................................... 2010-11 0.39 Brianna Delaney (36 games).......................... 2009-10 0.37 Alissa Dorman (35 games)....................................... 2006-07 0.35 Thea Imbrogno (34 games)............................. 2010-11 0.35 Kristen Miles (23 games).......................................... 2005-06 0.32 Brianna Delaney (34 games).......................... 2010-11 0.32 Kathryn Traynor (31 games)................................... 2005-06 Game-winning goals 3 Sara O’Malley.................................................................. 2009-10 3 Megan Picinic................................................................. 2007-08 3 Megan Picinic................................................................. 2008-09 3 Sara O’Malley.................................................................. 2007-08 2 Brianna Delaney.................................................. 2009-10 2 Jennifer Kindret.................................................. 2009-10 2 Megan Picinic................................................................. 2006-07 2 Morgan Beikirch........................................................... 2006-07 2 Mallory Giambra........................................................... 2007-08 2 Morgan Beikirch........................................................... 2008-09 2 Brianna Delaney.................................................. 2010-11 2 Jessica Riley.................................................................... 2006-07 2 Alissa Dorman................................................................ 2007-08

Power-play goals 6 Brianna Delaney.................................................. 2008-09 6 Brianna Delaney.................................................. 2009-10 6 Megan Picinic................................................................. 2006-07 5 Kristen Miles.................................................................. 2007-08 5 Jamie Joslin........................................................... 2009-10 5 Sara O’Malley.................................................................. 2007-08 4 Thea Imbrogno.................................................... 2010-11 4 Megan Picinic................................................................. 2008-09 4 Kathryn Traynor........................................................... 2005-06 4 Kristen Miles.................................................................. 2005-06 4 Brianna Delaney.................................................. 2010-11 4 Morgan Beikirch........................................................... 2006-07

Short-handed goals 2 Megan Picinic................................................................. 2005-06 2 Ali Proodian.................................................................... 2005-06 2 Brianna Delaney.................................................. 2008-09 2 Kathryn Traynor........................................................... 2005-06 2 Sara O’Malley.................................................................. 2009-10

Assists 19 Brianna Delaney.................................................. 2010-11 18 Maria Olausson.............................................................. 2006-07 17 Brianna Delaney.................................................. 2009-10 17 Thea Imbrogno.................................................... 2010-11 16 Dayna Newsom.................................................... 2010-11 16 Sara O’Malley.................................................................. 2010-11 15 Maria Stoa........................................................................ 2009-10 14 Brianna Delaney........................................................... 2008-09 14 Chelsea Walkland......................................................... 2008-09 13 Morgan Beikirch........................................................... 2007-08 13 Kristen Miles.................................................................. 2008-09

Assists by a defenseman 12 Mallory Giambra........................................................... 2007-08 11 Jacki Gibson.................................................................... 2007-08 10 Whitney Pappas............................................................ 2008-09

Assists per game (minimum 5 games) 0.56 Brianna Delaney (34 games).......................... 2010-11 0.55 Maria Olausson (33 games)..................................... 2006-07 0.50 Thea Imbrogno (34 games)............................. 2010-11 0.47 Brianna Delaney (36 games).......................... 2009-10 0.47 Dayna Newsom (34 games)............................. 2010-11 0.47 Sara O’Malley (34 games)......................................... 2010-11 0.44 Maria Stoa (34 games)............................................... 2009-10 0.40 Chelsea Walkland (35 games)................................. 2008-09 0.40 Brianna Delaney (35 games).......................... 2008-09 0.39 Maria Stoa (31 games)............................................... 2007-08

Shots on goal 124 Thea Imbrogno (12 goals)............................... 2010-11 121 Sara O’Malley (14 goals)............................................ 2010-11 113 Brianna Delaney (18 goals)............................. 2008-09 108 Brianna Delaney (14 goals)............................. 2009-10 102 Sara O’Malley (18 goals)............................................ 2009-10 97 Sara O’Malley (9 goals).............................................. 2008-09 93 Kristen Miles (9 goals)............................................... 2007-08 90 Morgan Beikirch (5 goals)........................................ 2007-08 89 Kelsey Thomas (6 goals).................................. 2009-10 88 Kristen Miles (15 goals)............................................ 2006-07

Wins 9 Brianne McLaughlin.................................................... 2007-08 9 Brianne McLaughlin.................................................... 2008-09 9 Daneca Butterfield....................................................... 2009-10 8 Brianne McLaughlin.................................................... 2006-07 5 Brianne McLaughlin.................................................... 2005-06 3 Daneca Butterfield....................................................... 2007-08 3 Heather Rossi................................................................. 2006-07 3 Meeri Raisanen.................................................... 2010-11 3 Kristen DiCiocco.................................................. 2010-11 3 Daneca Butterfield....................................................... 2008-09 — Robert Morris University —

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Saves 1,088 969 926 826 725 386 296 285 234 213

Brianne McLaughlin.................................................. 2005-06 Brianne McLaughlin.................................................. 2008-09 Brianne McLaughlin.................................................. 2007-08 Brianne McLaughlin.................................................. 2006-07 Daneca Butterfield..................................................... 2009-10 Meeri Raisanen.................................................. 2010-11 Heather Rossi.............................................................. 2006-07 Kristen DiCiocco................................................ 2010-11 Daneca Butterfield..................................................... 2010-11 Kristen DiCiocco................................................ 2009-10

Saves per game (minimum 5 games) 35.10 Brianne McLaughlin (31 games)......................... 2005-06 32.30 Brianne McLaughlin (30 games)......................... 2008-09 30.59 Brianne McLaughlin (27 games)......................... 2006-07 28.94 Brianne McLaughlin (32 games)......................... 2007-08 26.91 Heather Rossi (11 games)...................................... 2006-07 25.73 Meeri Raisanen (15 games).......................... 2010-11 25.00 Daneca Butterfield (29 games)............................ 2009-10 21.27 Daneca Butterfield (11 games)............................ 2010-11 20.36 Kristen DiCiocco (14 games)......................... 2010-11 19.40 Daneca Butterfield (10 games)............................ 2008-09

Save percent (minimum 5 saves) .916 Brianne McLaughlin (969 saves)........................... 2008-09 .915 Daneca Butterfield (194 saves).............................. 2008-09 .913 Brianne McLaughlin (926 saves)........................... 2007-08 .911 Heather Rossi (296 saves)........................................ 2006-07 .909 Daneca Butterfield (80 saves)................................. 2007-08 .908 Brianne McLaughlin (826 saves)........................... 2006-07 .902 Brianne McLaughlin (1,088 saves)....................... 2005-06 .901 Daneca Butterfield (725 saves).............................. 2009-10 .889 Meeri Raisanen (386 saves)............................ 2010-11 .885 Kristen DiCiocco (285 saves).......................... 2010-11 Goals against avg. (minimum 5 minutes) 2.10 Daneca Butterfield (228 min)................................. 2007-08 2.56 Daneca Butterfield (421 min)................................. 2008-09 2.82 Brianne McLaughlin (1873 min)........................... 2007-08 2.97 Kristen DiCiocco (747 min)..................................... 2010-11 3.03 Heather Rossi (574 min)........................................... 2006-07 3.03 Daneca Butterfield (1,582 min)............................. 2009-10 3.14 Brianne McLaughlin (1,701 min).......................... 2008-09 3.28 Brianne McLaughlin (1,534 min).......................... 2006-07 3.35 Kristen DiCiocco (538 min)............................. 2009-10 3.43 Meeri Raisanen (839 min)............................... 2010-11 Shutouts 3 Brianne McLaughlin......................................................... 2006-07 2 Brianne McLaughlin......................................................... 2008-09 2 Brianne McLaughlin......................................................... 2005-06 2 Daneca Butterfield............................................................ 2009-10 1 Daneca Butterfield............................................................ 2007-08 1 Heather Rossi...................................................................... 2006-07 1 Brianne McLaughlin......................................................... 2007-08


Game Records Points 7 Maria Olausson; Chatham; Oct. 27, 2006 7 Megan Picinic; Chatham; Oct. 27, 2006 6 Chelsea Walkland; Sacred Heart; Feb. 7, 2009 4 Alissa Dorman; Chatham; Oct. 27, 2006 4 Brianna Delaney; Sacred Heart; Feb. 6, 2009 4 Brianna Delaney; Sacred Heart; Feb. 7, 2009 4 Jacki Gibson; @ Brown; Nov. 23, 2007 4 Maria Olausson; Union College; Oct. 14, 2006 4 Maria Stoa; Sacred Heart; Jan 22, 2010 4 Maria Stoa; Sacred Heart; Feb. 7, 2009 4 Sara O’Malley; Sacred Heart; Jan 22, 2010 4 Chelsea Walkland; Sacred Heart; Feb. 6, 2009

Goals 5 Megan Picinic; vs. Chatham; Oct. 27, 2006 3 Kristen Miles; Union College; Oct. 14, 2006 3 Maria Stoa; Sacred Heart; Feb. 7, 2009 3 Sara O’Malley; Sacred Heart; Nov. 2, 2007 3 Sara O’Malley; Sacred Heart; Jan 22, 2010

Assists 6 Maria Olausson; Chatham; Oct. 27, 2006 5 Chelsea Walkland; Sacred Heart; Feb. 7, 2009 4 Jacki Gibson; @ Brown; Nov. 23, 2007 4 Maria Stoa; Sacred Heart; Jan. 22, 2010 3 Alissa Dorman; Chatham; Oct. 27, 2006 3 Chelsea Walkland; Chatham; Oct. 27, 2006 3 Brianna Delaney; Maine; Nov. 29, 2008 3 Jenny Monteleone; Sacred Heart; Nov. 3, 2007 3 Mallory Giambra; Sacred Heart; Jan. 4, 2007 3 Maria Olausson; Union College; Oct. 14, 2006 3 Morgan Beikirch; Sacred Heart; Nov. 2, 2007 3 Chelsea Walkland; Sacred Heart; Feb. 6, 2009

Shots on goal 11 Thea Imbrogno; Syracuse; Feb. 19, 2011 10 Kristen Miles; Union College; Oct. 14, 2006 10 Morgan Beikirch; Niagara; Feb. 5, 2006 10 Megan Picinic; Sacred Heart; Feb. 7, 2009 9 Sara O’Malley; vs. Wayne State; Mar. 3, 2011 Power-play goals 2 Brianna Delaney; Northeastern; Oct. 16, 2010 2 Kristen Miles; Sacred Heart; Feb. 17, 2006 2 Kristen Miles; Rensselaer; Nov. 21, 2008 2 Maria Stoa; Providence; Oct. 1, 2010

Short-handed goals 1 20 times

Saves 63 Brianne McLaughlin; @ Univ. of Minnesota; Oct. 3, 2008 59 Brianne McLaughlin; @ Mercyhurst; Feb. 13, 2009 57 Brianne McLaughlin; @ Mercyhurst; Mar. 4, 2006 56 Brianne McLaughlin; Rensselaer; Nov. 21, 2008 55 Brianne McLaughlin; Mercyhurst; Dec. 10, 2006 53 Brianne McLaughlin; @ Mercyhurst; Feb. 29, 2008 53 Brianne McLaughlin; @ Mercyhurst; Mar. 03, 2006 53 Heather Rossi; @ Minnesota State; Oct. 1, 2006

51 Brianne McLaughlin; Wayne State; Feb. 21, 2009 48 Brianne McLaughlin; Wayne State; Jan. 28, 2006 48 Brianne McLaughlin; @ Boston University; Nov. 26, 2005

Period Records Goals 3 Megan Picinic; vs. Chatham (1st); Oct. 27, 2006 2 Kristen Miles; vs. Sacred Heart (3rd); Feb. 17, 2006 2 Alissa Dorman; vs. Union College (3rd); Oct. 14, 2006 2 Alissa Dorman; vs. Boston University (1st); Oct. 7, 2006 2 Kristen Miles; @ St. Cloud State (2nd); Sept 30, 2006 2 Kylie Rossler; vs. Sacred Heart (3rd); Nov. 3, 2007 2 Brianna Delaney; vs. Sacred Heart (2nd); Feb. 7, 2009 2 Maria Stoa; vs. Sacred Heart (3rd); Feb. 7, 2009 2 Jennifer Kindret; @ Wisconsin (2nd); Nov. 6, 2009 2 Sara O’Malley; vs. Sacred Heart (1st); Jan. 22, 2010 2 Brianna Delaney; vs. Sacred Heart (2nd); Jan. 22, 2010 2 Courtney Langston; vs. Sacred Heart (2nd); Jan. 23, 2010 2 Sara O’Malley; vs. Wayne State (2nd); Feb. 26, 2010 2 Brianna Delaney vs. Northeastern (3rd); Oct. 16, 2010 2 Brianna Delaney @ Minnesota State (2nd); Dec. 4, 2010

Assists 4 Maria Olausson; vs. Chatham (1st); Oct. 27, 2006 3 Jacki Gibson; @ Brown (2nd); Nov. 23, 2007

Points 4 Maria Olausson; vs. Chatham (0-4,1st); Oct. 27, 2006 3 Alissa Dorman; vs. Union College (2-1, 3rd); Oct. 14, 2006 3 Maria Olausson; vs. Union College (1-2, 3rd); Oct. 14, 2006 3 Megan Picinic; vs. Chatham (3-0, 1st); Oct. 27, 2006 3 Jacki Gibson; @ Brown (0-3, 2nd); Nov. 23, 2007

Saves 25 Brianne McLaughlin; @ Mercyhurst (1st); Feb. 13, 2009 24 Brianne McLaughlin; @ Mercyhurst (1st); Mar. 4, 2006 23 Heather Rossi; vs. @ Minnesota State (2nd); Oct. 1, 2006 23 Brianne McLaughlin; vs. Mercyhurst (3rd); Dec. 10, 2006 23 Brianne McLaughlin; @ Minnesota (3rd); Oct. 3, 2008 23 Brianne McLaughlin; vs. Rensselaer (2nd); Nov. 21, 2008 22 Brianne McLaughlin; @ Mercyhurst (2nd); Mar. 4, 2006 22 Brianne McLaughlin; @ Minnesota (2nd); Oct. 3, 2008 21 Brianne McLaughlin; vs. Wayne State (1st); Jan. 28, 2006 21 Brianne McLaughlin; vs. Mercyhurst (1st); Feb. 29, 2008 21 Daneca Butterfield; @ Minnesota-Duluth (2nd); Oct. 2, 2009

Miscellaneous Records Quickest Goal to Start a Game 00:07 Kylie Rossler; vs. Sacred Heart; Nov. 2, 2007 00:13 Chelsea Walkland; @ Niagara; Jan. 12, 2007 00:17 Jennifer Kindret; vs. Sacred Heart; Jan. 23, 2010 00:53 Morgan Beikirch; @ Union College; Jan. 15, 2006 00:56 Morgan Beikirch; vs. Sacred Heart; Feb. 18, 2006 01:16 Sara O’Malley; vs. St. Cloud State; Oct. 26, 2007 01:16 Mallory Giambra; @ Syracuse; Jan. 9, 2009 01:30 Kristen Miles; vs. Providence; Nov. 8, 2008 01:47 Morgan Beikirch; vs. Sacred Heart; Jan. 3, 2007 02:18 Dayna Newsom; vs. Niagara; Feb. 4, 2010 — Robert Morris University —

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Sara O’Malley

Quickest Goal to Start a Period 00:07 (1st) Kylie Rossler; vs. Sacred Heart; Nov. 2, 2007 00:13 (1st) Chelsea Walkland; @ Niagara; Jan. 12, 2007 00:17 (1st) Jennifer Kindret; vs. Sacred Heart; Jan. 23, 2010 00:25 (3rd) Maria Stoa; @ Syracuse; Feb. 13, 2010 00:35 (2nd) Kelsey Thomas; @ Niagara; Dec. 10, 2010 00:39 (3rd) Kristen Miles; @ Niagara; Feb. 28, 2009 00:44 (OT) Kelsey Thomas; @ Maine; Oct. 24, 2009 00:53 (1st) Morgan Beikirch; @ Union College; Jan. 15, 2006 00:53 (2nd) Thea Imbrogno; vs. Syracuse; Feb. 18, 2011 00:55 (3rd) Kristen Miles; vs. Wayne State; Jan. 27, 2006 Quickest Consecutive Goals – Same Player 02:15 Megan Picinic; vs. Chatham; Oct. 27, 2006 02:35 Megan Picinic; vs. Chatham; Oct. 27, 2006 02:56 Brianna Delaney; vs. Sacred Heart; Feb. 7, 2009 03:26 Alissa Dorman; vs. Boston University; Oct. 7, 2006 03:43 Alissa Dorman; vs. Union College; Oct. 14, 2006 04:28 Kristen Miles; vs. Sacred Heart; Feb. 17, 2006 05:54 Kylie Rossler; vs. Sacred Heart; Nov. 3, 2007 05:57 Sara O’Malley; vs. Sacred Heart; Nov. 2, 2007 06:28 Kathryn Traynor; vs. RIT; Dec. 8, 2007 07:00 Kristen Miles; @ St. Cloud State; Sept. 30, 2006 07:00 Jennifer Kindret; @ Wisconsin; Nov. 6, 2009 Quickest Three Goals – Same Player 04:50 Megan Picinic; vs. Chatham; Oct. 27, 2006 25:20 Sara O’Malley; vs. Sacred Heart; Nov. 2, 2007 34:53 Kristen Miles; vs. Union College; Oct. 14, 2006 39.06 Maria Stoa; vs. Sacred Heart; Feb. 7, 2009 Overtime Goals Kelsey Thomas; @ Maine (00:44); Oct. 24, 2009 Megan Picinic; @ Maine (03:39); Nov. 10, 2007 Jessica Riley; @ Northeastern (04:53); Jan. 21, 2007 Bold = player is active in 2011-12 season


Team Records Season Records Points 219 (86g 133a) 205 (80g 125a) 201 (82g, 119a) 201 (78g 123a) 182 (70g 110a)

...................................................................... 2008-09 ...................................................................... 2006-07 ...................................................................... 2009-10 ...................................................................... 2007-08 ...................................................................... 2010-11

Goals 86 ............................................................................................... 2008-09 82 ............................................................................................... 2009-10 80 ............................................................................................... 2006-07 78 ............................................................................................... 2007-08 70 ............................................................................................... 2010-11 Assists 133 ............................................................................................... 2008-09 125 ............................................................................................... 2006-07 123 ............................................................................................... 2007-08 119 ............................................................................................... 2009-10 112 ............................................................................................... 2010-11

Save percent .913 (1,163 saves) ................................................................... 2008-09 .910 (1,006 saves) ................................................................... 2007-08 .906 (1,122 saves) ................................................................... 2006-07 .898 (1,155 saves) ................................................................... 2005-06 .889 (949 saves) ................................................................... 2009-10 Goals against avg. 2.72 (2115 min) ................................................................... 2007-08 3.01 (2134 min) ................................................................... 2008-09 3.15 (2174 min) ................................................................... 2009-10 3.21 (2115 min) ................................................................... 2006-07 3.67 (2075 min) ................................................................... 2010-11

Shutouts 4 ................................................................................................... 2006-07 3 ................................................................................................... 2008-09 2 ................................................................................................... 2005-06 2 ................................................................................................... 2007-08 2 ................................................................................................... 2009-10

Power-play goals 29 ............................................................................................... 2008-09 27 ............................................................................................... 2006-07 25 ............................................................................................... 2007-08 24 ............................................................................................... 2010-11 22 ............................................................................................... 2009-10

Short-handed goals 8 ............................................................................................... 2005-06 4 ............................................................................................... 2008-09 3 ............................................................................................... 2007-08 2 ............................................................................................... 2006-07 2 ............................................................................................... 2009-10 Shots on goal 892 (82 goals) ......................................................................2009-10 876 (86 goals) ......................................................................2008-09 852 (70 goals) ......................................................................2010-11 816 (78 goals) ......................................................................2007-08 691 (80 goals) ......................................................................2006-07

Most wins 12 ..............................................................................................2008-09 12 ..............................................................................................2007-08 11 ..............................................................................................2006-07 11 ..............................................................................................2009-10 6 ..............................................................................................010-11

Saves 1,163 ........................................................................................... 2008-09 1,155 ........................................................................................... 2005-06 1,122 ........................................................................................... 2006-07 1,006 ........................................................................................... 2007-08 949 ........................................................................................... 2009-10

Megan Picinic

Game Records Goals 13 Sacred Heart; Jan. 23, 2010 13 Chatham; Oct. 27, 2006 12 Sacred Heart; Feb. 7, 2009 10 Sacred Heart; Jan. 22, 2010 8 Sacred Heart; Nov. 2, 2007 8 Sacred Heart; Nov. 3, 2007 8 @ Sacred Heart; Dec. 16, 2008 7 Minnesota State; Dec. 12, 2007 7 Sacred Heart; Feb. 6, 2009 7 Sacred Heart; Feb. 18, 2006 7 Union College; Oct. 14, 2006 Assists 24 Chatham; Oct. 27, 2006 18 Sacred Heart; Feb. 7, 2009 18 Sacred Heart; Jan. 23, 2010

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17 Sacred Heart; Jan. 22, 2010 12 @ Sacred Heart; Dec. 16, 2008 11 Sacred Heart; Nov. 2, 2007 11 Sacred Heart; Nov. 3, 2007 11 Sacred Heart; Feb. 6, 2009 9 Union College; Oct. 14, 2006 9 Providence; Oct. 1, 2010 Points 37 Chatham; Oct. 27, 2006 31 Sacred Heart; Jan. 23, 2010 30 Sacred Heart; Feb. 7, 2009 27 Sacred Heart; Jan. 22, 2010 20 @ Sacred Heart; Dec. 16, 2008 19 Sacred Heart; Nov. 2, 2007 19, Sacred Heart; Nov. 3, 2007 18 Sacred Heart; Feb. 6, 2009 16 Union College; Oct. 14, 2006 15 Minnesota State; Dec. 30, 2007 Shots on goal 54 Sacred Heart; Jan. 23, 2010 53 Sacred Heart; Feb. 7, 2009 52 Chatham; Oct. 27, 2006 46 Sacred Heart; Feb. 6, 2009 45 Sacred Heart; Nov. 3, 2007 44 Maine, Nov. 26, 2010 43 Sacred Heart; Jan. 22, 2010 43 Maine, Nov. 27, 2010 42 @ Sacred Heart; Dec. 17, 2008 42 @ Sacred Heart; Feb. 3, 2007 Power-play goals 4 Sacred Heart; Jan. 23, 2010 4 Chatham; Oct. 27, 2006 3 @ Sacred Heart; Feb. 2, 2007 3 Sacred Heart; Feb. 17, 2006 3 Mercyhurst; Jan. 23, 2009 3 Syracuse; Oct. 11, 2008 3 Union College; Oct. 14, 2006 3 @ Wayne State, Feb. 11, 2011

Short-handed goals 3 Sacred Heart; Feb. 7, 2009 2 Sacred Heart; Nov. 3, 2007 2 Sacred Heart; Feb. 18, 2006

Saves 63 @ University of Minnesota; Oct. 3, 2008 59 @ Mercyhurst; Feb. 13, 2009 57 @ Mercyhurst; Mar. 4, 2006 56, Rensselaer; Nov. 21, 2008 55 Mercyhurst; Dec. 10, 2006 53 @ Minnesota State; Oct. 1, 2006 53 @ Mercyhurst; Feb. 29, 2008 53 @ Mercyhurst; Feb. 9, 2007 53 @ Mercyhurst; Mar. 3, 2006 52 @ Mercyhurst; Feb. 10, 2007


Period Records Goals 6 vs. Sacred Heart (3rd) (W, 12-0) Feb. 7, 2009 6 vs. Chatham (1st) (W, 13-0) Oct. 27, 2006 6 vs. Sacred Heart (2nd) (W, 13-4) Jan. 23, 2010 5 vs. Sacred Heart (3rd) (W, 8-0) Nov. 3, 2007 4 @ Sacred Heart (1st) (W, 8-1) Dec. 16, 2008 4 @ Sacred Heart (3rd) (W, 8-1) Dec. 16, 2008 4 vs. Sacred Heart (3rd) (W, 7-2) Feb. 6, 2009 4 vs. Chatham (3rd) (W, 13-0) Oct. 17 2006 4 vs. Sacred Heart (1st) (W, 8-2) Nov. 2, 2007 4 vs. Sacred Heart (2nd) (W, 7-3) Feb. 18, 2006 4 vs. Union College (3rd) (W, 7-2) Oct. 14, 2006 4 vs. Sacred Heart (2nd) (W, 10-2) Jan. 22, 2010 4 vs. Sacred Heart (3rd) (W, 10-2) Jan. 22, 2010 4 vs. Sacred Heart (1st) (W, 13-4) Jan. 23, 2010

Assists 11 vs. Chatham (1st) (W, 13-0) Oct. 27, 2006 9 vs. Sacred Heart (3rd) (W, 12-0) Feb. 7, 2009 9 vs. Sacred Heart (2nd) (W, 13-4) Jan. 23, 2010 8 @ Sacred Heart (1st) (W, 8-1) Dec. 16, 2008 8 vs. Sacred Heart (3rd) (W, 8-0) Nov. 3, 2007 8 vs. Sacred Heart (2nd) (W, 10-2) Jan. 22, 2010 7 vs. Sacred Heart (3rd) (W, 10-2) Jan. 22, 2010 7 vs. Sacred Heart (1st) (W, 13-4) Jan. 23, 2010 6 vs. Northeastern (3rd) (L, 6-4) Oct. 16, 2010 5 vs. Sacred Heart (3rd) (W, 7-2) Feb. 6, 2009 5 @ Wayne State (1st) (W, 3-1) Mar. 4, 2010 (CHA Quarterfinal) Points 17 vs. Chatham (1st) (W, 13-0) Oct. 27, 2006 15 vs. Sacred Heart (3rd) (W, 12-0) Feb. 7, 2009 15 vs. Sacred Heart (2nd) (W, 13-4) Jan. 23, 2010 13 vs. Sacred Heart (3rd) (W, 8-0) Nov. 3, 2007 12 @ Sacred Heart (1st) (W, 8-1) Dec. 16, 2008

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vs. Sacred Heart (2nd) (W, 10-2) Jan. 22, 2010 vs. Chatham (3rd) (W, 13-0) Oct. 27, 2006 vs. Sacred Heart (3rd) (W, 10-2) Jan. 22, 2010 vs. Sacred Heart (1st) (W, 13-4) Jan. 23, 2010 vs. Sacred Heart (1st) (W, 8-2) Nov. 2, 2007 vs. Union College (3rd) (W, 7-2) Oct. 14, 2006

Shots 22 vs. Chatham (1st) (W, 13-0) Oct. 27, 2006 21 vs. Sacred Heart (1st) (W, 12-0) Feb. 7, 2009 20 vs. Sacred Heart (1st) (W, 8-2) Nov. 2, 2007 20 vs. Maine (2nd) (L, 4-2) Nov. 26, 2010 20 vs. Maine (2nd) (T, 1-1, OT) Nov. 27, 2010 19 vs. Sacred Heart (3rd) (W, 13-4) Jan. 23, 2010 18 vs. Providence (3rd) (L, 3-1) Nov. 7, 2008 18 vs. Sacred Heart (1st) (W, 7-2) Feb. 6, 2009 18 vs. Sacred Heart (1st) (W, 13-4) Jan. 23, 2010

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Saves 25 @ Mercyhurst (1st) Feb. 13, 2009 24 @ Mercyhurst (1st) Mar 4, 2006 23 @ Minnesota (2nd) Oct. 3, 2008 23 @ Minnesota (3rd) Oct. 3, 2008 23 vs. Rensselaer (2nd) Nov. 21, 2008 23 vs. Minnesota State (2nd) Oct. 1, 2006 23 vs. Mercyhurst (3rd) Dec. 10, 2006 22 @ Mercyhurst (2nd) Mar 4, 2006 21 vs. Wayne State (1st) Jan. 28, 2006 21 vs. Mercyhurst (1st) Feb. 29, 2008 21 @ Minnesota-Duluth (1st) Oct. 2, 2009

Last Time… Robert Morris swept a home series…   Jan. 22-23, 2010 — vs. Sacred Heart (10-2, 13-4) Robert Morris swept a road series…   Oct. 23-24, 2009 — @ Maine (3-1, 1-0 (OT)) Robert Morris shut out an opponent…   Home – Feb. 21, 2009 — vs. Wayne State, 1-0   Away – Feb. 12, 2010 — @ Syracuse, 1-0 A Colonial had a hat trick…   Jan. 22, 2010 — Sara O’Malley, vs. Sacred Heart, (10-2) A Colonial had four or more goals…   Oct. 27, 2006 — Megan Picinic (5 goals), vs. Chatham, (13-0) A Colonial had four or more points…   Jan. 22, 2010 — Sara O’Malley (3g, 1a) and Maria Stoa, (0g, 4a), vs. Sacred Heart, (10-2) Robert Morris scored 8 or more goals…   Jan. 23, 2010 — vs. Sacred Heart, 13-4 Robert Morris had 50 or more shots on goal…   Jan. 23, 2010 — vs. Sacred Heart, W, 13-4

Robert Morris won in overtime…   Oct. 24, 2009 — @ Maine, 1-0 Robert Morris won when trailing after the first period…   Feb. 12, 2012 — @ Wayne State, 2-1 Robert Morris won when trailing after two periods…   Dec. 8, 2007 — vs. RIT, 4-3 Robert Morris scored an extra attacker goal…   Oct. 2, 2010 — Sara O’Malley, vs. Providence, L, 5-2 (6x4) Robert Morris attempted a penalty shot…   Jan. 15, 2011 — Thea Imbrogno, @ Syracuse, L, 3-1 Robert Morris stopped a penalty shot…   Mar. 4, 2011 — Meeri Räisänen – goalie, vs. Mercyhurst, L, 3-1 Robert Morris defeated a ranked opponent…   Oct. 1, 2010 — vs. #10 Providence, 5-4 Robert Morris defeated an opponent ranked in the Top 5 nationally…   Oct. 3, 2009 — @ #4 Minnesota-Duluth, 4-1

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All-Time Letterwinners A

Marissa Angel (2009-11)

J

Jamie Joslin (2009-present)

C

Quinn Caggiula (2005-06)

B Ashley Barnett (2005-07) Morgan Biekirch (2005-09) Daneca Butterfield (2007-11) D Brianna Delaney (2008-present) Cobina Delaney (2009-present) Kristen DiCiocco (2009-present) Alissa Dorman (2005-09) Megan Dovell (2006-07) F

Jamie Ferrentino (2005-06)

H

Whitney Henderson (2009-11)

G Mallory Giambra (2006-10) Jacki Gibson (2006-10) I

Thea Imbrogno (2010-present)

K Angela Kost (2005-09) Carissa Ketcher (2009-10) Jennifer Kindret (2009-present) L

Courtney Langston (2009-present) Anneline Lauziere (2010-present)

R Meeri Räisänen (2011) Jessica Riley (2006-10) Jordan Riley (2006-10) Heather Rossi (2006-07) Kylie Rossler (2007-09)

M

Kathleen McDonald (2009-10) Brianne McLaughlin (2005-09) Kristen Miles (2005-09) Jenny Monteleone (2005-09)

T

N

Dayna Newsom (2009-present)

O Maria Olausson (2006-08) Sara O’Malley (2007-11)

P Whitney Pappas (2007-11) Megan Picinic (2005-09) Paige Pietrangelo (2008-present) Brandi Pollock (2010-present) Ali Proodian (2005-09)

S Kylie St. Louis (2010-present) Kathryn Stack (2008-present) Dy-anna Stewart (2007-08) Maria Stoa (2007-11)

U

Kelsey Thomas (2009-present) Kathryn Traynor (2005-09) Samantha Ullrich (2005-09)

W Chelsea Walkland (2006-10) Laura White (2005-07)

Z Nicole Zynda (2005-06) Vanessa Zweggers (2005 -07)

CHA Award Winners 2010-11

2006-07

CHA Rookie of the Year – Thea Imbrogno – F All-CHA Second Team – Thea Imbrogno – F All-CHA Rookie Team – Thea Imbrogno – F

All-CHA Second Team – Brianne McLaughlin – G All-CHA Second Team – Kristen Miles – F All-CHA Rookie Team – Heather Rossi – G

All-CHA Second Team – Whitney Pappas – D

All-CHA Second Team – Brianne McLaughlin – G All CHA Rookie Team – Brianne McLaughlin – G All-CHA Rookie Team – Samantha Ullrich – D Easton Three Star Award – Brianne McLaughlin – G

2009-10

2005-06

2008-09

All-CHA First Team – Brianne McLaughlin – G All-CHA Rookie Team – Brianna Delaney – F 2007-08

All-CHA First Team – Brianne McLaughlin – G All-CHA Rookie Team – Sara O’Malley – F

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Year-by-Year Results

Oct. 8

Oct. 9

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

Head Coach: Jody Katz Overall: 5-24-2 CHA: 2-10-1 (4th)

Head Coach: Nate Handrahan Overall: 11-22-2 CHA: 1-11-0 (4th)

Head Coach: Nate Handrahan Overall: 12-22-1 CHA: 2-11-0 (4th)

@ Maine.............................................................  L, 1-3

@ Maine.............................................................  L, 1-4

Sept. 29 @ St. Cloud State............................................  L, 0-4

Oct. 2

Oct. 6

Oct. 19 CLARKSON......................................................  W, 3-1

Sept. 30 @ St. Cloud State..................................... T,3-3 (OT)

Oct. 21 RENSSELAER..................................................  L, 1-2

Oct. 1

Nov. 5

Oct. 14 UNION...............................................................  W, 7-2

Oct. 22 RENSSELAER..................................................  L, 1-3

Oct. 29 @ Harvard........................................................  L, 0-7 Nov. 6

@ Vermont......................................................  W, 2-1

@ Vermont.......................................................  L, 1-3

Oct. 7

@ Minnesota State........................................  L, 0-6

BOSTON.............................................................  L, 1-4

BOSTON.............................................................  L, 2-3

Oct. 15 UNION...............................................................  W, 3-2

Oct. 5

Oct. 6

# 2 MERCYHURST *......................................  L, 0-3 @ #1 Wisconsin.............................................  L, 0-3 @ #1 Wisconsin.............................................  L, 1-3

Oct. 20 CLARKSON.......................................................  L, 0-1 Oct. 26 ST. CLOUD STATE...........................................  L, 1-3 Oct. 27 ST. CLOUD STATE.................................. T,3-3 (OT)

Nov. 11 @ Colgate..........................................................  L, 0-9

Oct. 27 CHATHAM.....................................................   W, 13-0

Oct. 30 @ #3 Mercyhurst *.......................................  L, 1-6

Dec. 9 MERCYHURST *..............................................  L, 1-5

Nov. 10 @ Clarkson.......................................................  L, 0-1

Nov. 9

Jan. 8

Nov. 19 @ Providence........................................... T,1-1 (OT)

Nov. 17 @ Bemidji State.............................................  W, 1-0

Nov. 26 @ Boston University....................................  L, 1-3

Nov. 27 @ Boston University....................................  L, 1-5

Dec. 10 MERCYHURST *..............................................  L, 1-9

Jan. 7

@ Clarkson.......................................................  L, 0-6 @ Elmira...........................................................  L, 1-4

Nov. 4 Nov. 5

@ Rensselaer...................................................  L, 2-3

@ Rensselaer..................................................  W, 5-3

Nov. 11 @ Clarkson.......................................................  L, 1-3

Nov. 18 @ Vermont......................................................  W, 2-0

Jan. 14 @ Union..................................................... T, 2-2 (OT)

Dec. 1

#2 WISCONSIN............................................. L, 0-10

Jan. 21 @ Quinnipiac...................................................  L, 2-4

Dec. 9

#1 MERCYHURST *.......................................  L, 0-3

Jan. 4

SACRED HEART.............................................  W, 5-1

Jan. 15 @ Union................................................... L, 2-3 (OT) Jan. 20 @ Quinnipiac...................................................  L, 3-4

Jan. 27 WAYNE STATE *.............................................  L, 2-4

Jan. 28 WAYNE STATE *.............................................  L, 1-4

Feb. 4 NIAGARA *................................................ T, 0-0 (OT)

Dec. 2

SACRED HEART.............................................  W, 4-3

Feb. 25 @ Wayne State *.............................................  L, 0-7

Feb. 3

Mar. 3

Mar. 4

Mar. 9

@ Mercyhurst *..............................................  L, 1-3 @ Mercyhurst *..............................................  L, 0-5

vs. Mercyhurst ^............................................  L, 0-9

* College Hockey America game ^ CHA Championships

Nov. 16 @ Bemidji State..............................................  L, 2-3 Nov. 23 @ Brown..........................................................  W, 4-2

Dec. 29 MINNESOTA STATE......................................  L, 1-2

Jan. 3

QUINNIPIAC........................................... L, 3-4 (OT)

Jan. 26 WAYNE STATE *.............................................  L, 2-5

Feb. 24 @ Wayne State *.............................................  L, 0-7

@ Maine............................................................  W, 3-2

Nov. 10 @ Maine.................................................   W, 3-2 (OT)

Dec. 10 #1 MERCYHURST *.......................................  L, 0-5

Dec. 3

Feb. 17 SACRED HEART.............................................  W, 3-1 Feb. 18 SACRED HEART.............................................  W, 7-3

SACRED HEART.............................................  W, 8-2

SACRED HEART.............................................  W, 8-0

Nov. 25 @ Providence..................................................  L, 1-7

Jan. 12 @ Niagara *......................................................  L, 3-5

Feb. 12 @ Niagara *.....................................................  W, 4-3

Nov. 3

#2 WISCONSIN...............................................  L, 0-5

Feb. 5 NIAGARA *............................................   W, 1-0 (OT) Feb. 11 @ Niagara *......................................................  L, 1-8

Nov. 2

Jan. 13 @ Niagara *......................................................  L, 3-5

Jan. 21 @ Northeastern.................................   W, 3-2 (OT)

Jan. 27 WAYNE STATE *................................... L, 2-3 (OT) Feb. 2

Feb. 9

@ Sacred Heart.............................................  W, 4-3

@ Sacred Heart.............................................  W, 1-0 @ #1 Mercyhurst *.......................................  L, 0-7

Feb. 10 @ #1 Mercyhurst *.......................................  L, 0-6

Feb. 16 NIAGARA *........................................................  L, 2-4

Feb. 17 NIAGARA *........................................................  L, 1-2

Feb. 23 @ Wayne State *.............................................  L, 3-5

Feb. 24 @ Wayne State *.............................................  L, 1-3 Mar. 2

#1 MERCYHURST ^......................................  L, 2-5

* College Hockey America Game ^ College Hockey America Tournament

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Dec. 7 RIT......................................................................  W, 2-1 Dec. 8 RIT........................................................................ W, 4-3 Dec. 30 MINNESOTA STATE.....................................  W, 7-4

Jan. 3

Jan. 4

@ Quinnipiac...................................................  L, 1-2 @ Quinnipiac...................................................  L, 1-3

Jan. 18 @ Rensselaer...................................................  L, 0-1 Jan. 19 @ Rensselaer...................................................  L, 1-3

Jan. 25 WAYNE STATE *.............................................  L, 1-6

Jan. 26 WAYNE STATE *.............................................  L, 4-6

Feb. 8 NIAGARA *.......................................................  W, 4-1

Feb. 9 NIAGARA *.............................................. L, 2-3 (OT) Feb. 15 @ #10 Wayne State *..................................  W, 2-1 Feb. 16 @ #10 Wayne State *...................................  L, 1-3 Feb. 22 @ Niagara *......................................................  L, 1-2

Feb. 23 @ Niagara *......................................................  L, 1-4 Feb. 29 @ #7 Mercyhurst*........................................  L, 2-5 Mar. 1 Mar. 7

@ #7 Mercyhurst*.............................. L, 4-5 (OT) vs. #1 Wayne State ^....................................  L, 0-4

* College Hockey America Game ^ College Hockey America Tournament


2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

Head Coach: Nate Handrahan Overall: 12-20-3 CHA: 5-9-2 (3rd)

Head Coach: Nate Handrahan Overall: 11-24-1 CHA: 3-12-1 (5th)

Head Coach: Nate Handrahan Overall: 6-21-7 CHA: 2-9-5 (4th)

Oct. 3

@ #3 Minnesota.......................................  W, 3-2

Oct. 4

@ #3 Minnesota........................................   L, 1-7

Oct. 10 SYRACUSE *................................................  W, 1-0 Oct. 11 SYRACUSE *................................................  W, 3-2 Oct. 24 @ #9 St. Lawrence....................................   L, 1-5 Oct. 25 @ #9 St. Lawrence....................................   L, 0-5 Oct. 31 @ #7 RIT......................................................   L, 1-2 Nov. 1

@ Cornell....................................................  W, 2-1

Nov. 7

PROVIDENCE...............................................   L, 1-3

Nov. 8

PROVIDENCE...............................................   L, 2-5

Nov. 14 NIAGARA *...................................................  W, 2-1 Nov. 15 NIAGARA *....................................................   L, 2-3 Nov. 21 RENSSELAER.....................................   T, 2-2 (OT) Nov. 22 RENSSELAER...............................................   L, 0-2 Nov. 28 MAINE..........................................................  W, 4-2 Nov. 29 MAINE..........................................................  W, 5-4 Dec. 16 @ Sacred Heart.........................................  W, 8-1 Dec. 17 @ Sacred Heart..........................................   L, 3-4 Jan. 2

BEMIDJI STATE...........................................   L, 0-2

Jan. 3

BEMIDJI STATE...........................................   L, 1-3

Jan. 9

@ Syracuse *..............................................  W, 3-1

Jan. 10 @ Syracuse *.....................................   T, 2-2 (OT) Jan. 16 @ Wayne State *........................................   L, 0-5 Jan. 17 @ Wayne State *........................................   L, 3-7 Jan. 23 MERCYHURST *..........................................   L, 4-6 Jan. 24 MERCYHURST *..........................................   L, 0-5 Feb. 6

SACRED HEART.........................................  W, 7-2

Feb. 7

SACRED HEART......................................   W, 12-0

Feb. 13 @ #3 Mercyhurst *....................................   L, 1-5 Feb. 14 @ #3 Mercyhurst *....................................   L, 1-8 Feb. 20 WAYNE STATE *..........................................   L, 2-4 Feb. 21 WAYNE STATE *.........................................  W, 1-0 Feb. 27 @ Niagara *......................................   L, 2-3 (OT) Feb. 28 @ Niagara *......................................   T, 3-3 (OT) Mar. 6

vs. #2 Wayne State ^......................   L, 3-4 (OT) * College Hockey America Game ^ College Hockey America Tournament

Oct. 2

Oct. 3

Oct. 9

@ #4 Minnesota-Duluth.............................  L, 2-5

@ #4 Minnesota-Duluth............................  W, 4-1

@ #10 Boston University................. L, 3-4 (OT)

Oct. 10 @ Northeastern.............................................  L, 0-4 Oct. 16 #8/10 ST. LAWRENCE.................................  L, 2-3 Oct. 17 #8/10 ST. LAWRENCE.................................  L, 3-6

Oct. 23 @ Maine............................................................  W, 3-1

Oct. 24 @ Maine.................................................   W, 1-0 (OT) Nov. 6 Nov. 7

@ #6 Wisconsin............................................  W, 3-1

@ #6 Wisconsin................................... L, 2-3 (OT)

Nov. 14 @ Niagara *......................................................  L, 1-3

Nov. 15 @ Niagara *............................................ T, 2-2 (OT) Nov. 20 SYRACUSE *.....................................................  L, 0-4 Nov. 21 SYRACUSE *.....................................................  L, 2-4 Nov. 27 RENSSELAER..................................................  L, 2-5

Nov. 28 RENSSELAER.................................................  W, 3-1 Dec. 5

@ #1 Mercyhurst *.......................................  L, 2-6

Jan. 8

CONNECTICUT...............................................  L, 2-4

Jan. 2

Jan. 3

Jan. 9

@ Ohio State....................................................  L, 1-4 @ Ohio State....................................................  L, 1-6 CONNECTICUT...............................................  L, 0-4

Jan. 15 @ Wayne State *.............................................  L, 0-1

Jan. 16 @ Wayne State *.............................................  L, 2-3

Jan. 22 SACRED HEART..........................................   W, 10-2 Jan. 23 SACRED HEART..........................................   W, 13-4 Feb. 2

Feb. 5

Feb. 6

@ #1/2 Mercyhurst *..................................  L, 1-4 #1/2 MERCYHURST *..................................  L, 0-4 #1/2 MERCYHURST *..................................  L, 2-9

Feb. 12 @ Syracuse *...................................................  W, 1-0

Feb. 13 @ Syracuse *....................................................  L, 2-3

Feb. 19 NIAGARA *........................................................  L, 2-3

Feb. 20 NIAGARA *.......................................................  W, 3-2

Feb. 26 WAYNE STATE *............................................  W, 2-1

Feb. 27 WAYNE STATE *.............................................  L, 1-4 Mar. 4

Mar. 5

@ Wayne State ^...........................................  W, 3-1

vs. #1 Mercyhurst + @ Wayne State.....  L, 1-7

* College Hockey America (CHA) Game ^ CHA Quarterfinal + CHA Semifinal

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Oct. 1

Oct. 2

#10 PROVIDENCE........................................  W, 5-4

#10 PROVIDENCE.........................................  L, 2-5

Oct. 8 OHIO STATE.....................................................  L, 1-4 Oct. 9 OHIO STATE.....................................................  L, 1-4 Oct. 16 NORTHEASTERN...........................................  L, 4-6 Oct. 17 NORTHEASTERN...........................................  L, 3-4

Oct. 22 @ #1 Cornell...................................................  L, 2-3 Oct. 23 @ #1 Cornell...................................................  L, 1-9 Oct. 29 @ #4 Mercyhurst *.......................................  L, 3-7

Nov. 12 WAYNE STATE *............................................  W, 3-1

Nov. 13 WAYNE STATE *.............................................  L, 1-4 Nov. 19 #1 WISCONSIN...............................................  L, 1-7 Nov. 20 #1 WISCONSIN...............................................  L, 1-7 Nov. 26 MAINE................................................................  L, 2-4 Nov. 27 MAINE...................................................... T, 1-1 (OT) Dec. 3

Dec. 4

@ Minnesota State.......................................  W, 2-1

@ Minnesota State.............................. T, 2-2 (OT)

Dec. 10 @ Niagara *......................................................  L, 2-5 Dec. 11 @ Niagara *............................................ T, 1-1 (OT) Jan. 8

Jan. 9

@ Connecticut................................................  W, 3-1

@ Connecticut.................................................  L, 2-6

Jan. 14 @ Syracuse *....................................................  L, 2-5 Jan. 15 @ Syracuse *....................................................  L, 1-3 Jan. 21 #4 MERCYHURST *.......................................  L, 3-6 Jan. 22 #4 MERCYHURST *.......................................  L, 1-7

Feb. 4 NIAGARA *........................................................  L, 1-3

Feb. 5 NIAGARA *.............................................. T, 2-2 (OT) Feb. 11 @ Wayne State *................................... T, 4-4 (OT) Feb. 12 @ Wayne State *............................................  W, 2-1 Feb. 18 SYRACUSE *........................................... T, 2-2 (OT)

Feb. 19 SYRACUSE *........................................... T, 2-2 (OT)

Feb. 25 @ #3 Mercyhurst *.......................................  L, 2-6 Mar. 3

Mar. 4

vs. Wayne State ^ @ Syracuse.................  W, 4-2 vs. #4 Mercyhurst + @ Syracuse.............  L, 1-3

* College Hockey America (CHA) Game ^ CHA Quarterfinal + CHA Semifinal


Colonial Hockey Timeline August 8, 2003 Robert Morris University purchases the 32-acre Island Sports Center from the Neville Land Company, a subsidiary of The Hillman Company, securing a home to future Colonial hockey teams. March 31, 2004 Late RMU Director of Athletics Susan Hofacre, Ph.D. announces the addition of women’s ice hockey as an NCAA Division I intercollegiate sport. The Colonials will begin play in 2005-06 at the RMU Island Sports Center. April 27, 2004 Robert Morris accepts an invitation to become the fifth member of the College Hockey America Women’s conference, joining Mercyhurst, Wayne State, Quinnipiac and Niagara in the newest Division I hockey conference. November 11, 2004 Robert Morris University signs their first recruit, Morgan Beikirch, who will be the first player added to the 200506 inaugural roster.

September 21, 2005 The Colonials release their inaugural schedule to the public. Robert Morris will play 32 games in its first season, hosting 10 games and two exhibition contests at the RMU Island Sports Center.

October 11, 2005 Brianne McLaughlin and Morgan Beikirch became the first Colonials to be recognized with weekly honors from the CHA. McLaughlin, who stopped 74 of 81 shots in net through two games, was named CHA Defensive player of the Week, while Beikirch tallied her first two points in two games was named conference Rookie of the Week. November 5, 2005 RMU picks up its first-ever win, 2-1, at the University of Vermont. Freshman captain Kathryn Traynor and classmate Samantha Ullrich scored the goals for the Colonials, with both coming on the power play. November 17, 2005 Director of Athletics Craig Coleman, Ph.D. announces that Nathan Handrahan will take over the duties of head coach for the women’s ice hockey team in 200607. Assistant coach Jody Katz is taking over as interim head coach.

February 4, 2006 Robert Morris picks up its first-ever point in College Hockey America play, recording a scoreless tie against Niagara University at the RMU Island Sports Center. Freshman goalie Brianne McLaughlin recorded her first career shutout as a Colonial, making 42 saves in the tie.

President Gregory G. Dell’Omo drops the puck at the Colonials’ inaugural home game on Oct. 20, 2005.

February 5, 2006 The Colonials beat Niagara, 1-0, to pick up their firstever conference victory in the CHA. This was the second consecutive shutout for freshman goalie Brianne McLaughlin who collected 42 saves in the win.

February 7, 2006 Brianne McLaughlin is named USCHO.com National Defensive Player of the Week and CHA Defensive Player of the Week for her two shutouts against Niagara University.

March 8, 2006 College Hockey America honored freshmen Brianne McLaughlin and Samantha Ullrich in their postseason awards. McLaughlin was an All-CHA second team and an All-CHA rookie team selection at goaltender while Ullrich was picked for the All-CHA Rookie team as a defenseman. March 9, 2006 In their first-ever College Hockey America playoff appearance, the Colonials fell to top-seeded and seventh-ranked Mercyhurst, 9-0. Robert Morris finished their inaugural season with a record of 5-24-2.

July 17, 2006 As the newly appointed head coach of the Robert Morris University women’s ice hockey team, Nate Handrahan unveiled the 2006-07 schedule and also announced that the Robert Morris University Island Sports Center will be the site of the 2007 College Hockey America Championship. — Robert Morris University —

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September 30, 2006 After falling, 4-0, in the previous day’s game, the women’s ice hockey team fought hard through 65:00 minutes of play to hold on and earn a 3-3 tie against perennial power St. Cloud State in Minnesota. Kristen Miles registered her first multi-point game of the season with back-to-back scores in the second period.

October 14, 2006 The Robert Morris University women’s ice hockey team presented coach Handrahan with his first victory as the Colonials skipper in a 7-2 trouncing of Union College. Captain Kristen Miles set a milestone for the team by recording the program’s first-ever hat-trick in the victory.

October 15, 2006 The Colonials registered their first series-sweep of the season as the team downed Union, 3-2, at the RMU Island Sports Center. Freshman Chelsea Walkland scored her first collegiate goal with 6:05 left to play in the third period breaking a 2-2 deadlock.

October 28, 2006 The women’s ice hockey team capped off their highest scoring performance in the short two-year history of the program. The Colonials took down the Chatham College Cougars in a 13-0 rout at the RMU Island Sports Center. Megan Picinic picked up six points with five goals and an assist while Maria Olausson registered one goal and six assists.


November 22, 2006 For the second time in her career, Brianne McLaughlin was named USCHO.com Defensive Player of the Week. The Sheffield Village, Ohio product recorded 21 saves in a 2-0 shutout of Vermont and registered 44-saves against Providence, preserving a 1-1 tie, on the following day. December 1, 2006 In hopes of raising awareness and funds for breast cancer research, the Robert Morris University women’s ice hockey team took part in the first annual College Hockey America’s Skate for the Cure initiative. The Colonials raised over $2,300 dollars for the Glimmer of Hope foundation as they took on the defending national champion Wisconsin at the RMU Island Sports Center. December 9, 2006 For the first time in the history of Robert Morris University athletics, a Colonial team faced an opponent ranked number one nationally as the women’s ice hockey team took on the Mercyhurst College Lakers in a two-game series. Despite the 5-0 setback, Brianne McLaughlin registered her second-highest career save total, stopping 55 shots in the game. January 13, 2007 After falling, 5-3, in game one of the series against Niagara, the Colonials returned the favor with a 4-0 shutout of the Purple Eagles in game two en route to their first CHA victory of the season. Brianne McLaughlin recorded 39 saves for her third shutout of the season while four different Colonials provided scores.

February 2, 2007 Livonia, N.Y. product Morgan Beikirch capped off her team-leading eight-game point streak with an assist in a 4-3 victory against Sacred Heart. Over the eight-games, Beikirch scored five goals and added four assists for a combined nine points in the longest point-streak in the women’s ice hockey program.

February 28, 2007 Brianne McLaughlin, Kristen Miles and Heather Rossi were selected to the College Hockey America AllConference team, which was announced at the pretournament banquet held at the RMU Island Sports Center. McLaughlin and Miles were selected to the AllCHA Second Team while Rossi was a unanimous pick at goaltender for the All-CHA Rookie Team.

March 1, 2007 The women’s ice hockey team concluded their 2006-07 campaign falling to the top-seeded and #2-nationally ranked Mercyhurst Lakers in the opening round of the College Hockey America Championship tournament. The Colonials wrapped up their second season of play with an 11-22-2 mark.

October 10, 2007 Junior goalie Brianne McLaughlin earned the first CHA Defensive Player of the Week Award after putting up 127 saves in the Colonials’ first three games of the season. The Ohio native took the award home again two weeks later.

October 19, 2007 The Colonials earned their first win over Clarkson, which was their first victory of the 2007-08 season. In the win, captain Alissa Dorman, Chelsea Walkland and Kathryn Traynor all contributed goals, while McLaughlin registered 25 saves. October, 27, 2007 In the second annual Skate for the Cure campaign the Colonials finished in a 3-3 deadlock against St. Cloud State. In addition to a great game, the Colonials raised over $3500 to contribute to breast cancer research with a donation to the Hope Chest of Buffalo Foundation.

November 10, 2007 Robert Morris earned its fourth straight win for the first time since the start of women’s hockey. The Colonials grabbed back-to-back wins against both Sacred Heart and Maine. En route to the victories, Sara O’Malley earned goals in all four games, accumulating a total of six. O’Malley earned CHA Rookie of the Week honors for her efforts against Sacred Heart and grabbed the award again for her scoring skills against Maine. Teammate Kylie Rossler earned CHA Offensive Player of the Week honors for contributing four goals and an assist against Sacred Heart. In RMU’s wins over Sacred Heart, the squad grabbed a season high eight goals in both games. December 10, 2007 Jacki Gibson grabbed the CHA Defensive Player of the Week award after earning two goals in two wins over RIT.

February 15, 2008 Jessica Riley and Megan Picinic scored goals in Robert Morris’s first ever win against CHA rival Wayne State. Brianne McLaughlin put up 26 saves to lead Robert Morris to the 2-1 victory. McLaughlin earned another CHA Defensive Player of the Week award for her goaltending skills against the Warriors. A week prior, the Colonials earned their first season conference victory against Niagara with a 4-1 triumph.

March 6, 2008 Brianne McLaughlin and Sara O’Malley were selected to the College Hockey America All-Conference team, announced at the pre-tournament banquet held at Niagara University. McLaughlin was selected to the AllCHA First Team while Sara O’Malley earned All-CHA Rookie Team honors. March 7, 2008 The women’s ice hockey team concluded their 200708 campaign falling to top-seeded Wayne State, 4-0, in the opening round of the College Hockey America Championship tournament. The Colonials wrapped up their third season of play with a 12-22-1 mark.

October 3, 2008 Robert Morris secured its biggest win in program history when the Colonials stunned then No. 3 Minnesota with a 3-2 victory in the Gophers’ home opener. Brianne McLaughlin earned USCHO.com National Defensive Player of the Week honors after recording 63 saves in the upset. — Robert Morris University —

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Brianne McLaughlin

November 14, 2008 For the first time in program history, the women’s team competed in the Pittsburgh College Hockey Showcase at Mellon Arena and put on a very memorable showing against Niagara. With the score knotted 1-1 in the third period, Morgan Beikirch found then net with less than a minute left in regulation to give victory to the Colonials, 2-1.

November 28-29, 2008 The Colonials participated in the third annual “Skate for the Cure” and took on the Maine Black Bears. Robert Morris recorded sell-outs for both games, while also earning back-to-back wins against the Bears by scores of 4-2 and 5-4. Whitney Pappas was named CHA Defensive Player of the Week and Brianna Delaney was named CHA Rookie of the Week for their efforts in RMU’s two wins over Maine.

February 6-7, 2009 Brianna Delaney had already become RMU’s all-time leader for freshman scoring on Jan 23 when she scored two goals against Meryhurst to bring her point total to 19. However, in the series against Sacred Heart Feb. 6-7, she added eight more points to her total to become the Colonials’ single season record holder for points. She finished the season with 32 points and 18 goals, which are both RMU single-season records. She was honored as the CHA Rookie of the Week for her performance. February 7, 2009 The Colonials scored three short-handed goals against the Sacred Heart Pioneers, which became a new NCAA single-game record. In addition, Chelsea Walkland captured a new personal-best by contributing five assists in the 12-0 shutout, which awarded her CHA Offensive Player of the Week honors.

February 13, 2009 Brianne McLaughlin became the NCAA Division I AllTime Career Saves Leader after recording 59 saves against Mercyhurst to bring her career total to 3, 603. Earlier that day, McLaughlin was named one of 43 finalists for the Patty Kazmaier award, which is awarded annually to a Division I female hockey athlete who has recorded achievements in athletics, academics and community service. Throughout the remainder of the season, McLaughlin added 206 more saves to her total to make the official record stand at 3,809.


February 21, 2009 The Colonials topped the Wayne State Warriors, 1-0, to give RMU five league wins on the season, breaking an RMU record for conference wins in a season. February 23, 2009 Brianne McLaughlin was honored as the CHA Defensive Player of the Week after accumulating 81 saves and recording a .953 save percentage in the series against Wayne State. March 5, 2009 Senior goalie Brianne McLaughin landed a spot on the All-CHA First Team, while freshman Brianna Delaney was named to the All-CHA Rookie Team at the pretournament banquet held on the campus of Mercyhurst College. In addition, 15 RMU players were named to the CHA All-Academic Team, which led all CHA institutions.

March 7, 2009 In the longest overtime in CHA Tournament history (15:03), the Wayne State Warriors topped the Colonials, 4-3, in the semifinals. Robert Morris was only 35 seconds away from securing its first CHA tournament victory, but the Warriors were able to find the net in the final seconds of action to force the game into overtime. Following the contest, the Colonials said goodbye to the program’s inaugural freshmen class. April 10, 2009 Brianne McLaughlin became the first Colonial to compete in the NCAA Frozen Four Skills Challenge. The event took place between the semifinals and the finals of the 2009 NCAA Men’s Frozen Four. She participated in the rapid shot contest and the penalty shot challenge.

August 24, 2009 Brianne McLaughlin continued her streak of Colonial firsts by earning a spot on 2009-10 U.S. Women’s National Team as one of three goalies on a roster of 23 players. The team competed in a 10-game, nine-city Qwest Tour, beginning on Sept. 25 in St. Paul, Minn. and ending just prior to the 2010 Olympic Winter games. September 17, 2009 Robert Morris University is selected second in the CHA Preseason Poll, representing the highest position the Colonials have ever obtained in this poll. RMU trailed only defending conference champion and national runner-up Mercyhurst.

October 3, 2009 During the first weekend of the season, the Colonials upset then No. 4 Minnesota-Duluth in a convincing 4-1 performance. Sophomore Brianna Delaney opened the scoring with an unassisted goal, giving RMU a lead it would never relinquish. Junior forward Sara O’Malley added a pair of goals and classmate Daneca Butterfield collected 45 saves in the victory, holding the Bulldog power play scoreless in five opportunities. This effort helped earn Butterfield her first career CHA Defensive Player of the Week award, the first of three which she would receive on the season. Minnesota-Duluth would go on to win

the national championship, marking the first time RMU knocked off an eventual national champion.

November 6, 2009 For the second time in just over a month, RMU defeated a top ten team on the road, knocking off then No. 6 Wisconsin, 3-1. The Badgers, the defending national champions, never led and were held scoreless for over 49 minutes by the Colonial defense. Freshman Jennifer Kindret sparked the attack for Robert Morris by opening the scoring with a pair of goals seven minutes apart, the first of which was assisted by sisters Brianna and Cobina Delaney. Junior netminder Daneca Butterfield made 28 saves in the win. Butterfield would go on to collect CHA Defensive Player of the Week honors while Kindret would take home the Rookie of the Week award. The victory marked the first time the Colonials defeated a defending national champion and also the first time the team defeated two top ten teams in one season.

November 28, 2009 Participating in the fourth annual “Skate for the Cure” event during their weekend series with Rensselaer, the Colonials defeated the Engineers 3-1 while simultaneously raising awareness and funds for breast cancer research. Robert Morris sold jerseys, t-shirts and water canteens to raise money and were grateful to have breast cancer survivor Patty Stevens drop the ceremonial puck. Senior Jacki Gibson and junior Sara O’Malley each provided a goal and an assist while junior goalie Daneca Butterfield collected 21 saves in the victory. December 18, 2009 Former RMU goaltender Brianne McLaughlin was selected as one of the three goalies for the 2010 U.S. Olympic Women’s Ice Hockey Team. The announcement was made by USA Hockey at the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn. McLaughlin, the NCAA Division I AllTime Career Saves Leader, will be the first-ever Colonial to compete in the Olympic Games.

January 8, 2010 For the second consecutive year, the RMU women’s hockey team participated in the Pittsburgh College Hockey Showcase. Playing at Mellon Arena in downtown Pittsburgh, the Colonials faced off against the University of Connecticut Huskies for the first time in program history. Though they fought valiantly to comeback with consecutive third period goals, RMU fell to the Huskies, 4-2.

January 23, 2010 The Colonials broke and tied program records in a 13-4 offensive onslaught against Sacred Heart. With former Colonial and future U.S. Olympian Brianne McLaughlin on hand to drop the ceremonial puck, RMU tied the school record for goals in a game with 13 and broke the school record for shots in a game with 54. It was a true team effort as 11 players scored goals, 14 registered at least a point and 10 tallied multi-point performances. In the resulting CHA honors, junior forward Sara O’Malley claimed Offensive Player of the Week honors and Jennifer Kindret was named Rookie of the Week. — Robert Morris University —

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February 14, 2010 Former RMU goaltender Brianne McLaughlin made her Olympic debut in the U.S. women’s hockey team’s opening game in the 2010 Winter Olympics, a 12-1 victory over China. McLaughlin made one save in eight minutes as she represented Robert Morris University as the first Colonial ever to appear in the Olympic Games.

February 25, 2010 Despite falling to the host Canadians in the gold medal game, the U.S. women’s hockey team captured silver medals at the 2010 Winter Olympics, making former RMU goaltender Brianne McLaughlin the first Olympic medalist in Colonial history.

March 4, 2010 The women’s ice hockey program recorded its first CHA Tournament victory by upsetting No. 4 seed and host Wayne State, 3-1, in the CHA Quarterfinals. Sophomore leading scorer Brianna Delaney opened the scoring fewer than three minutes in off a feed from junior Maria Stoa. After the Warriors tied the game, RMU reeled off consecutive goals courtesy of a pair freshman, Jennifer Kindret and Dayna Newsom. With the lead, the RMU defense clamped down, limiting potential Warrior opportunities by holding them to just nine shots over the final two periods and securing a signature victory for the program. August 16, 2010 Robert Morris announces the hiring of former Colonial Logan Bittle as an assistant coach. Bittle was a member of the RMU men’s inaugural team in 2004-05 and played four years for the Colonials. He finished with 52 career points, including 20 goals, in 126 career games for RMU and has the distinction of assisting on the first-ever game-winning goal in Colonial men’s hockey history, notching a third period helper in its initial game in NCAA competition. Bittle continued his career with multiple teams in the professional ranks before moving to the coaching side of the game.

Jacki Gibson


October 1, 2010 RMU opens its season with a bang, upsetting nationallyranked Providence in its 2010-11 season opener. Freshman phenom Thea Imbrogno provided a harbinger of her season to come by becoming the first Colonial in program history to factor into the team’s first three goals of a season, collecting a goal and two assists in the victory. Imbrogno also tallied an assist in the second game of the series and subsequently claimed CHA Rookie of the Week honors in the season’s opening week. Senior forward Maria Stoa notched two goals, including the gamewinner with under seven minutes remaining in regulation, to help the Colonials claim the noteworthy win. October 17, 2010 For the third consecutive season, the Robert Morris women play on NHL ice in the RMU Hockey Showcase. However, in the 2010-11 season, the Colonials had the benefit of competing at the brand new CONSOL Energy Center, the pristine home of the Pittsburgh Penguins. RMU hosted its first series in program history against Northeastern as part of its Showcase event.

November 27, 2010 With her score at the 8:44 mark of the second period, assistant captain Sara O’Malley broke RMU’s all-time record for career goals in front of a home crowd against Maine, topping the mark formerly held by Kristen Miles. This accomplishment for O’Malley came exactly four weeks to the day after she had previously surpassed Miles’ record for career points with a goal and an assist at nationally-ranked Mercyhurst. O’Malley, who also left the program as the all-time leader in multi-point games and shots on goal, finished her time at RMU with 97 career points and 52 career goals. December 3, 2010 Robert Morris knocks off Minnesota State, 2-1, in the first contest of its program-record eight-game road trip courtesy of a multi-point performance from junior Brianna Delaney. RMU traveled to Minnesota State, Niagara, Connecticut and Syracuse for four-consecutive two-game series and had the challenge of going nearly two months without playing on their home ice. This record-setting road trip was just one aspect that made the Colonials’ 2010-11 schedule a difficult slate. Robert Morris played 15 games against teams that finished the season ranked or receiving votes nationally, including nine contests against teams that were ranked No. 1 nationally at some point during the season.

February 18, 2011 Senior captain Whitney Pappas is named as one of the eight national finalists for the 2011 BNY Mellon Wealth Management Hockey Humanitarian Award. She becomes the first student-athlete, male or female, in RMU history to be named as a finalist for this prestigious distinction. The Humanitarian Award is presented annually to college hockey’s finest citizen and seeks to recognize collegiate student-athletes from any division, male or female, who give back to their community in the true humanitarian spirit. The eight finalists in 2011 were

selected from a record number of nominees. Pappas was a four-time All-CHA Academic honoree and donated her time for many organizations and causes over the years including the Holy Angels Orphanage, the Make-A-Wish Foundation and Skate for the Cure.

February 19, 2011 Robert Morris sets a new program record unbeaten streak on Senior Day, but it was by no means an easy task. For the third-consecutive game in which it trailed after two periods, the Colonials rallied to earn a point as freshman Thea Imbrogno notched a final-period score to even the proceedings. It was Imbrogno’s second score of the afternoon, marking her first-career multi-goal game. Fewer than 24 hours prior, the Colonials had produced more late-game magic when Brianna Delaney scored with fewer than two minutes remaining in regulation to tie Syracuse.

Thea Imbrogno

March 3, 2011 After a record-setting freshman campaign, Thea Imbrogno became the first student-athlete in program history to win a major postseason CHA award as the league named Imbrogno the CHA Rookie of the Year at its annual banquet. The rookie recognition was far from the only honor Imbrogno received as she was also the only freshman to earn 2011 all-conference honors as she was selected to the All-CHA Second Team. She became just the second freshman in the program’s sixyear history to be chosen to an all-league team, joining former Colonial standout and United States Olympian Brianne McLaughlin. Imbrogno finished sixth nationally in points per game among rookies in 2010-11 and also claimed a program-record eight in-season awards. She also came through when on the biggest stage as she totaled 11 points in the team’s 11 games against nationally-ranked foes. April 25, 2011 Former RMU goaltender Brianne McLaughlin wins a gold medal as a member of the U.S. Women’s National Team at the 2011 International Ice Hockey Federation World Women’s Championship in Switzerland. McLaughlin, who previously had earned a silver medal as a member of the United States’ 2010 Olympic Team, — Robert Morris University —

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helped the Red, White & Blue to the gold in her firstcareer world championship appearance. McLaughlin got the start between the pipes in the opening tournament game for the U.S. against Slovakia and certainly rose to the occasion in her first-career world championship appearance. She stopped every shot she faced to record her first-career shutout in a U.S. uniform despite having to face the Slovakian power-play unit on five occasions. McLaughlin’s effort would prove to be America’s only shutout of the tournament as the U.S. squad would go on to win its third-consecutive world championship with the victory over Canada.

June 13, 2011 Robert Morris University Director of Athletics Craig Coleman, M.D., announces the hiring of Paul Colontino as head women’s ice hockey coach. Colontino, who had served as associate head coach at Mercyhurst since 2006, has helped guide teams to the NCAA Tournament in each of the past five years, including earning two Frozen Four berths, and has over a decade of women’s hockey coaching experience at the Division I level. Colontino, who had previously served as an assistant women’s coach at the University of North Dakota, competed collegiately for four years at Mercyhurst and earned multiple notable awards during his playing career as well.

June 30, 2011 The Colonials earn a conference-best 16 selections on the CHA All-Academic Team. RMU freshman Anneline Lauziere merited further distinction as she was one of just six student-athletes in the CHA to be named to the league’s Academic All-Star Team, a squad that honors the student-athletes that have achieved the highest gradepoint averages for their respective positions. To qualify for the CHA All-Academic Team, a student-athlete must post a 3.0 GPA or higher in all of the academic periods during which her team was actively competing. While 3.0 represents the minimum standard to qualify, all 16 of Robert Morris’ selections actually achieved a GPA of at least 3.2 during the past academic year. Freshman Thea Imbrogno was one of just six student-athletes across the CHA to claim both All-Conference and All-Academic Team honors.

July 15, 2011 Head coach Paul Colontino announces the hiring of former Colonial goaltender and United States National Team member Brianne McLaughlin as a volunteer assistant coach. McLaughlin had a storied collegiate career for Robert Morris before competing for her country in both Olympic and World Championship events. McLaughlin, who recently graduated from Robert Morris with a degree in nursing, will assist with numerous aspects of the RMU program including day-to-day operations, individual player development, video analysis and practice planning. In 120 career games for Robert Morris, McLaughlin stopped a NCAA-record 3,809 shots and was a four-time All-CHA award winner. She also owns an Olympic silver medal and a World Championship gold medal that she earned with Team U.S.A.


Hockey at Robert Morris University

Although the 2004-2005 season was the start of NCAA Division I hockey at Robert Morris University, the Colonials are not new to success on the ice. RMU hockey teams have had a home on Neville Island since the mid-1990s, playing at the club hockey level in the Western Pennsylvania College Hockey Association and the American College Hockey Association.  These RMU club teams didn’t just compete. They won. The club team dominated College Hockey East from 1998 to 2001 with championships in 1998 and 2000 and second place finishes in 1999 and 2001.   The 2001 season marked the first year of ACHA membership for the Colonials. Despite being in a new conference, it didn’t take long for RMU to find a place at the top of the standings. The Colonials claimed the 2002 ACHA Division III National Championship, prompting the Robert Morris administration to take a closer look at the success of the hockey program. On

October 1, 2003, late RMU Director of Athletics Susan Hofacre, Ph.D., announced that the University was going to add men’s ice hockey

as a varsity sport to begin in the 2004-2005 school year.  On the ice, the success continued for the Colonials with another appearance in the ACHA — Robert Morris University —

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Division III National Tournament in 2003.   In the summer of 2003, RMU purchased the Island Sports Center on Neville Island from the Neville Land Company, a subsidiary of the Hillman Company. For the 2003-2004 season, the popularity of hockey on campus prompted two on-campus club teams, one which played on the ACHA’s Division I level and one on the Division III level.   With the continued growth of popularity in hockey at RMU, Susan Hofacre, Ph.D., announced on March 31, 2004 that women’s ice hockey would be the newest addition to Robert Morris University athletics program and would commence play in the 2005-2006 school year. With the new addition of its ice hockey teams, Robert Morris would become only the second school in the state of Pennsylvania to offer a Division I men’s or women’s ice hockey program (with Mercyhurst College being the other institution).


Hockey in Pittsburgh NCAA Division I hockey at Robert Morris University is the latest addition to a long history of hockey in Pittsburgh. Hockey in the Golden Triangle has a tradition of success, and the Colonials only hope to add to that tradition.   Pittsburgh had the first amateur hockey team in the United States in 1897 and was a charter member of the International Professional Hockey League, the world’s first pro league, which began in 1904. The Pittsburgh club was one of five cities – Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario; Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.; Calumet, Mich.; and Hougton, Mich. – to form the IPHL.  The IPHL disbanded after the 1907 season, and the city would not see another pro team until 1925 when the Pittsburgh Pirates joined the National Hockey League in 1925. The stock market crash in 1929 left the Pirates cashstrapped, and the team moved to Philadelphia where it would fold just one year later.

  In between the professional teams of the IPHL and NHL, the Pittsburgh Yellow Jackets and the Pittsburgh Hornets dominated the United States Amateur Hockey Association. The Yellow Jackets ruled the Western Division while the Hornets became the top team in the Eastern Division, with the teams meeting for the league championship in the 1924-25 season. After the Yellow Jackets defeated the Hornets in that 1925 championship tilt, the team entered the NHL and changed its name to the Pirates.  Another Yellow Jackets team appeared in the city in 1931-32 as a member of the International-American Hockey League, but it folded after the 1932-33 season. After a one-year hiatus, the Shamrocks appeared for one season to be followed by another team with the name Hornets in 1936-37. The Hornets enjoyed a 20year run in Pittsburgh, winning three Calder Cup Trophies – the championship trophy of the

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American Hockey League – in the 1950s.  The Hornets folded after the 1955-56 season only to reappear in 1961, winning a division title in 1964 and their fourth Calder Cup in 1967, before disappearing once again from the hockey landscape.   That was the first season of the Pittsburgh Penguins of the NHL, a team that came into the national spotlight when it drafted Mario Lemieux in 1984. The Penguins improved in the league, eventually winning back-to-back Stanley Cups in 1991 and 1992.  The surge in popularity of the Penguins carried into the junior ranks with the formation of the Pittsburgh Hornets and the Pittsburgh Forge. In addition, high school programs began to pop up all around the area along with the emergence of club programs at local colleges and universities. RMU became the first school in the region to offer NCAA Division I hockey in 2004-05.


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