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2011-12 WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY SCHEDULE Date Opponent SEPT. 23 (Fri.) PENN STATE (Exh.) 24 (Sat.) WATERLOO (Exh.) OCT. 1 (Sat.) WINDSOR (Exh.) 7 (Fri.) LINDENWOOD 8 (Sat.) LINDENWOOD 14 (Fri.) MINNESOTA STATE 15 (Sat.) MINNESOTA STATE 21 (Fri.) @ RPI 22 (Sat.) @ RPI 28 (Fri.) @ St. Cloud State 29 (Sat.) @ St. Cloud State NOV. 12 (Sat.) @ Lindenwood 13 (Sun.) @ Lindenwood 22 (Tue.) @ Colgate 25 (Fri.) vs. Yale & 26 (Sat.) vs. Quinnipiac & DEC. 9 (Fri.) SYRACUSE * 10 (Sat.) SYRACUSE * 30 (Fri.) No. 8/10 BEMIDJI STATE # 31 (Sat.) No. 8/10 BEMIDJI STATE JAN. 6 (Fri.) @ Providence 7 (Sat.) @ Providence 20 (Fri.) No. 4/5 MERCYHURST * 21 (Sat.) @ No. 4/5 Mercyhurst * 27 (Fri.) @ Niagara * 28 (Sat.) NIAGARA * 30 (Mon.) @ Princeton FEB. 3 (Fri.) @ Syracuse * 4 (Sat.) @ Syracuse * 10 (Fri.) NIAGARA * 12 (Sun.) @ Niagara * 17 (Fri.) @ No. 4/5 Mercyhurst * 18 (Sat.) No. 4/5 MERCYHURST * MARCH 2 (Fri.) CHA Semifinal

Friday, Feb. 10, 2012 / RMU Island Sports Center - Pittsburgh, Pa. / 7:05 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12, 2012 / Dwyer Arena - Niagara University, N.Y. / 5:00 p.m.

Time W, 12-0 W, 4-1

Series at a Glance Overall: 7-14-5 At Home: 5-6-2 At Niagara: 2-8-3 Neutral: 0-0-0

W, 4-1 W, 8-0 W, 7-2 W, 4-3 (OT) L, 3-1 W, 5-1 Top Story W, 4-2 RMU returns to the ice against Niagara after claiming its first-ever CHA road sweep last weekend T, 2-2 (OT) against Syracuse. The Colonials enter the weekend just one point behind defending conference chamW, 3-1 W, 6-2 W, 6-0 W, 5-2 W, 1-0 L, 3-2 W, 2-1 T, 1-1 (OT) L, 3-2 L, 3-2 W, 3-2 L, 3-1 L, 4-2 W, 3-2 L, 1-0 W, 1-0 L, 3-2 W, 4-3 W, 5-2 7:05 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. TBA

pion Mercyhurst for first place. Rebecca Vint broke the Colonials’ single-season points record last Friday against the Orange and needs one score to break the top mark for goals in a season.

Series vs. Niagara

In these two teams’ last meeting, RMU assistant captain Brianna Delaney drilled home a wrist shot from point-blank range with just 6:02 remaining in regulation to break a scoreless draw and lift the Colonials to a 1-0 triumph Jan. 28. The score also represented Delaney’s eighth-career game-winning goal, which nudged her into a tie for all-time GWG at Robert Morris. Her tally was assisted by Katie Fergus and Maddie Collias as the latter started a four-game point streak with the helper. Kristen DiCiocco notched her third shutout of the season and held the Purple Eagles scoreless on the power play for the duration of the series. RMU has outshot Niagara in four of the past five games between the squads.

Scouting Niagara

Niagara is coming off a thrilling, comeback effort against nationally-ranked Mercyhurst on the road. Kristen Richards tallied the game-tying goal for the Purple Eagles with just eight seconds remaining in regulation to steal a point away from the defending conference champions. Niagara trailed 1-0, 2-1 and 3-2 and also was forced to kill off a Mercyhurst power play in overtime to preserve the tie. Niagara, which is playing its final regular-season road game tonight, is also led by a first-year head coach as Josh Sciba took over the program prior to the 2011-12 season. The Purple Eagles sport the best penalty kill in the CHA, having successfully killed off 30 of their opponents’ last 34 power-play chances, and also have compiled a 7-4-1 record in one-goal games this season. Eight different Purple Eagles have hit double digits in points thus far as Jessica Hitchcock leads the team in both goals (12) and points (19). Jenna Hendrikx and Kaleigh Chippy follow in second and third with 17 and 16 points, respectively. Sarah Moses and Abby Ryplanski have split time in net, starting 15 and 14 contests, respectively.

Home games in bold and all CAPS All home games played at the RMU Island Sports Center unless noted * College Hockey America Game # - RMU Hockey Showcase - CONSOL Energy Center & - Nutmeg Classic - Storrs, Conn. All Times Eastern Senior Kathryn Stack

Senior Brianna Delaney

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Pronunciation Guide

Media Information Women’s Hockey SID: Spencer Kowitz Office: (412) 397-4950 Email: sidga02@rmu.edu

Website Information: The RMU website contains schedules, rosters, updated statistics along with all releases including archives from previous seasons. Website Address: www.rmucolonials.com Information regarding Robert Morris women’s ice hockey is available on the following websites which cover college women’s hockey

-www.chawomenshockey.com -www.uscho.com -www.collegehockeystats.net

Maddie Collias Brianna Delaney Cobina Delaney Kristen DiCiocco Thea Imbrogno Anneline Lauziere Paige Pietrangelo Kylie St. Louis Erin Staniewski Courtney Vinet

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Weekly Game Notes: Game notes will be made available each week that Robert Morris women’s ice hockey has a game scheduled. If you are interested in being added to the RMU women’s ice hockey distribustion list please contact the RMU sports information department. Gameday Services: Gameday packages will be made available containing game programs, game notes and linecharts in addition to updated statistics and standings and will be available in the press box for all home games. Radio Policy: Visiting radio stations wishing to originate from the RMU Island Sports Center are asked to contact the Hockey SID Spencer Kowitz prior to the game to make arrangements for broadcast.

Junior Kristen DiCiocco

CHA CHATTER CHA Standings Mercyhurst Robert Morris Niagara Syracuse

W 5 5 2 0

CHA L T 1 2 2 1 4 2 5 3

Pts. 12 11 6 3

Overall W L T 19 6 2 16 8 2 9 13 7 9 18 3

This Week In the CHA

Mid-Week Interviews: All interview requests with RMU players and coaches must go through the sports information department. Colonials players are not available on game day prior to the game. To schedule an interview, contact Spencer Kowitz at (412) 397-4950.

Tuesday, February 7 Cornell 5, Mercyhurst 1 Friday, February 10 Syracuse at Mercyhurst Niagara at Robert Morris

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

Post Game Interviews: Following a 10-minute cooling off period, visiting players and coaches will be available for interviews followed by Robert Morris players and coaches. Please direct interview requests to Spencer Kowitz in the third period. Locker rooms are closed to the media. By NCAA rule, no player interviews will be granted prior to the contest on game day.

Saturday, February 11 Syracuse at Mercyhurst

2:00 p.m.

Sunday, February 12 Robert Morris at Niagara

5:00 p.m.

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2011-12 SEASON INFO New Era The Robert Morris women’s hockey program began a new era this season as first-year head coach Paul Colontino is behind the Colonial bench after being hired to the position this past summer. 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. For further details on Colontino’s background and history, please go to page 9. While Colontino leads the staff, he also brought on two additional newcomers to help coach the Colonials this past offseason. He hired Allison Rutledge as an assistant coach and added former Colonial Brianne McLaughlin as a volunteer assistant coach. 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 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 regular-season championship along with breaking the school records for longest winning streak (nine games) and longest unbeaten streak (11 games). 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. McLaughlin had a storied collegiate career for Robert Morris before competing for her country in both Olympic and World Championship events. 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 four-time All-College Hockey America award winner and also earned national defensive player of the week honors on three occasions in her career. Less than one year after she completed 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.

No Mercy

Sophomore Thea Imbrogno scored with just 53 seconds remaining in regulation to cap a furious comeback as Robert Morris stunned No. 4/5 Mercyhurst with a pair of goals in the final three minutes to claim a thrilling, 3-2, road victory Jan. 21, ending the Lakers’ 28-game conference unbeaten streak. RMU led 1-0 for much of the game before both teams provided a flurry of scoring action in the third period. Mercyhurst scored a pair of goals within the opening eight minutes of the final frame, and it looked as though the Lakers would once again top the Colonials. However, Robert Morris evened the proceedings with a goal off the stick of defenseman Jamie Joslin with just 2:38 to play, which set up Imbrogno’s heroics. As a result, it marked only the second time in school history in which the Colonials won a game in which they trailed with 10 minutes remaining in regulation. The victory for the Colonials was significant for a litany of reasons, including the fact that their 13th triumph of 2011-12 broke RMU’s previous program record for wins in a season. In his first season at the helm, head coach Paul Colontino, a former member of the Lakers’ staff, led Robert Morris to its first-ever victory over national powerhouse Mercyhurst in the program’s young history. The Lakers entered the action tied for the longest unbeaten streak nationally as they had not lost since Dec. 9, but RMU managed to limit the nation’s best second-best offense en route to the victory. Robert Morris held Mercyhurst to just two scores even though the Lakers began the day averaging more than 5.1 goals per game. Robert Morris successfully killed off all seven Mercyhurst power plays in the contest, a feat made more noteworthy since the Lakers boast the nation’s top man-advantage unit, converting on nearly 30 percent of their chances. The Colonials also held Laker senior Bailey Bram without a single point even though she entered the weekend leading the nation with over 2.5 points per game.

Winner, Winner When Thea Imbrogno lit the lamp with just 53 seconds remaining to lift RMU to a 3-2 victory at No. 4/5 Mercyhurst Jan. 21, the tally was much more meaningful than a typical game-winner. The win was the Colonials’ 13th of 2011-12, which broke the previous program record. RMU’s 16th win Feb. 4 at Syracuse then guaranteed the Colonials their first winning season in program history. RMU also boasts 10 true road wins to its credit.

Vint Breaks Points Record Freshman Rebecca Vint notched the game-winning goal in last Friday’s 4-3 victory to tally her 33rd point, breaking the Colonials’ single-season record with five regular-season games remaining. She surpassed assistant captain Brianna Delaney who registered 32 points during her freshman season of 2008-09. Vint was far from done rewriting the record book. The following afternoon she registered a goal and an assist to tie RMU’s singleseason record for goals and enters this weekend on the cusp of breaking that mark as well. Vint began her career with a bang as she scored in each of her first six games, the first time any Colonial had ever scored in six consecutive contests, while registering multi-point efforts in five of those affairs. She has already had a 12-game point streak, the longest in RMU history, and currently ranks fourth nationally in ppg among rookies (1.35).

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Record-Breaking Machines

Assistant captain Brianna Delaney entered her senior season within striking distance of the major remaining offensive career records that she did not already hold. Delaney began to tear up both single-season and career RMU records in her junior campaign. She reset Robert Morris’ career assist record Jan. 9, 2011 when she tallied a helper on a third-period goal at UConn for her sister, Cobina. Brianna Delaney also broke RMU’s single-season assist mark by recording her 19th assist of the season in the CHA Semifinals against No. 3 Mercyhurst. She entered her senior season needing just five points to move atop the Colonials’ all-time points list and quickly worked to achieve that feat. Delaney tallied four points, including a three-point game, on the opening weekend to move into a tie for first in career points and then broke the record Oct. 21 at RPI with a first-period assist. She enters the weekend just one score shy of tying the career goals mark as well. Rookie Rebecca Vint has gotten into the record-breaking act as well (see note on page 3). A look at the Colonials’ updated record book entering the weekend: Career Points 116 - Brianna Delaney (51g 65a) 97 - Sara O’Malley (52g 45a) 75 - Kristen Miles (43 g 32a) 69 - Morgan Beikirch (28g 41a) 57 - Megan Picinic (28g 29a)

Career Goals 52 - Sara O’Malley 51 - Brianna Delaney 43 - Kristen Miles 28 - Morgan Beikirch 28 - Megan Picinic

Career Power-Play Goals 17 - Brianna Delaney 15 - Kristen Miles 13 - Megan Picinic 12 - Sara O’Malley 10 - Rebecca Vint

Single-Season Points 35 - Rebecca Vint - 11-12 32 - Brianna Delaney - 08-09 31 - Brianna Delaney - 09-10 30 - 3 Tied

Career Assists 65 - Brianna Delaney 45 - Sara O’Malley 41 - Morgan Beikirch 39 - Maria Stoa 33 - 2 Tied

Career Game-Winning Goals 8 - Megan Picinic 8 - Brianna Delaney 7 - Sara O’Malley 5 - Morgan Beikirch 4 - 2 Tied

Single-Season Goals 18 - Sara O’Malley - 09-10 18 - Brianna Delaney - 08-09 18 - Rebecca Vint - 11-12 15 - Kristen Miles - 06-07 14 - 2 Tied

Single-Season Assists 19 - Brianna Delaney - 10-11 18 - Maria Olausson - 06-07 17 - Brianna Delaney - 09-10 17 - Thea Imbrogno - 10-11 17 - Rebecca Vint - 11-12

Hear from the Coach

“It is great when you’re able to spread the scoring around. We got goals from different lines…What’s good is you’ve got four lines really rolling well, and no matter how much ice time they get, when they get out there, they’re doing their part. So I can’t complain about that. Our [defensemen] are starting to jump in offensively, so that’s huge too. We’re happy, we just got to keep moving with it.” - Coach Colontino on 11 different skaters collecting points for RMU in its 5-2 victory at Syracuse last Saturday

National Notice

Just three days after tying the program record for wins, Robert Morris earned votes in the USCHO national rankings Jan. 9. It marked the first time since November 2009 that RMU claimed votes in the weekly USCHO poll, which is almost exclusively voted upon by head coaches across the country. Robert Morris was one of five schools to earn mention in the ‘others receiving votes’ category. It is not surprising to see the Colonials ranked among the nation’s elite as they rank seventh nationally in scoring defense and among the top 10 in both scoring margin and power-play success rate.

Impressive Imbrogno Is Reigning Rookie of the Year

After a record-setting freshman campaign, Thea Imbrogno became the first student-athlete in program history to win a major postseason league award as the conference named Imbrogno the CHA Rookie of the Year at its annual banquet last March. 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 six-year history to be chosen to an all-league team, joining former Colonial standout and United States Olympian Brianne McLaughlin. Imbrogno’s selection marks the seventh overall All-CHA award (First or Second Team) for a Colonial as the young RMU program has produced at least one all-conference honoree in every season of its existence. The rookie of the year honor put an ultimate cap on Imbrogno’s record-setting season. She earned a program-record eight in-season awards, topping McLaughlin’s former single-season mark. Imbrogno was especially dominating during the season’s crucial closing stretch when she led RMU to a programrecord unbeaten streak and won three of the last four CHA Rookie of the Week awards along with earning the CHA Rookie of the Month for February. Imbrogno finished the regular season tied for the team lead with 28 points and ranked seventh nationally in points per game for rookies due in part to concluding the regular season riding a program-record nine-game point streak. She tallied 12 goals and tied for the tops on the team with 16 assists and broke the single-season school record for shots, finishing with 119, in the regular season. Imbrogno’s season was made even more impressive by her ability to produce at the biggest moments and in the most important games. She posted 11 points in RMU’s 11 games against nationally-ranked opponents and also raised her play during CHA competition. She elevated her performance against league foes as she posted team-leading marks of 10 goals, 10 assists, 20 points and 72 shots in conference play. Imbrogno provided three game-tying goals on the season as was a key figure in multiple Colonial comebacks in February’s closing stretch. She 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 before scoring both Colonial goals, including the game-tying one in the third period, to help RMU fight back and tie Syracuse Feb. 19. These performances helped Imbrogno notch a multi-point game in four of the final six contests of the regular season.

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Block Party

In RMU’s final non-conference game of the season Jan. 30, the Colonials continued to demonstrate an impressive ability to block shots. RMU blocked 22 Tiger shot attempts, and the Colonials have now blocked at least 20 shots 12 times in their past 24 outings. This year’s squad is blocking an average of nearly 18 shots per game, which would be the highest mark in school history. As a comparison, RMU’s opponents are only blocking an average of 13.77 shots per contest. Jamie Joslin leads the team with 55 blocked shots, Kathryn Stack is next with 53, Paige Pietrangelo follows with 39 and Kylie St. Louis has 36.

Offense from the Defense

Junior Jamie Joslin registered the goal that put Robert Morris ahead to stay in last Friday’s 4-3 victory at Syracuse to tally her 13th point of the season. The score was more significant for Joslin, though, since her 10th-career goal moved her into a tie for first place in all-time goals by a defenseman at RMU. Joslin is also currently three points away from tying Mallory Giambra’s single-season record for points by a defenseman. Joslin has 26 career points entering the weekend.

Eleventh Heaven

In Robert Morris’ 5-2 victory last Saturday at Syracuse, 11 distinct Colonials tallied at least one point. It marked the first time that 11 or more Colonials had at least one point against a current CHA opponent and the first time a Robert Morris squad achieved this feat on the road since 2008. RMU also demonstrated balance in its goal-scoring--despite netting four goals Friday and another five on Saturday, no Colonial had a multi-goal game in either contest.

Special ‘Special Teams’

With a second-period power play goal in last Friday’s 4-3 win, Robert Morris broke its singleseason record for man-advantage goals with its 30th of the campaign. The Colonials have been quite dangerous on the PP this season and rank among the top 10 nationally in conversion %.

Academic Athletes

The Robert Morris women’s hockey team earned a conference-best 16 selections on the CHA All-Academic Team that was announced this past summer. 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 grade-point averages for their respective positions. Lauziere, a biology major, earned a dazzling 3.97 GPA for the season, including claiming a perfect 4.0 average during the first semester of her collegiate career. The defenseman was previously named as RMU’s Most Improved Player after she gathered five points, including her first-career goal, during the final 13 games of the regular season. 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 forward Thea Imbrogno was one of just six student-athletes across the CHA to claim both All-Conference and All-Academic Team honors. Imbrogno, the 2010-11 CHA Rookie of the Year, put up a 3.91 GPA during her first season with the Colonials as a biology major while also ranking sixth nationally in points per game for rookies.

Robert Morris Quick Facts GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Moon Township, Pa. Founded: 1921 Enrollment: 5,000 Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: College Hockey America (CHA) Colors: Blue & White with Red Nickname: Colonials President: Gergory G. Dell’Omo, Ph.D. Athletic Director: Craig Coleman, M.D. Senior Associate Athletic Director: Marty Galosi Associate Athletic Director / SWA: Addie Muti Associate Athletic Director: Sean Simmons Associate Athletic Director: Don Smith Assistant Athletic Director: Ryan Fleischer Faculty Representative: Scott Branvold, Ed.D. Athletic Department Phone: (412) 397-4999 SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director: Jim Duzyk Office Phone: (412) 397-4919 Office Fax: (412) 397-4992 E-mail:duzyk@rmu.edu Assistant Sports Information Director: Ken Baker Office Phone: (412) 397-4914 E-mail: baker@rmu.edu Sports Information Graduate Assistant: S. Kowitz Office Phone: (412) 397-4950 E-mail: sidga02@rmu.edu Sports Information Graduate Assistant: B. Deutsch Office Phone: (412) 397-4953 E-mail: sidga01@rmu.edu Women’s Ice Hockey Contact: Spencer Kowitz Internet Address: www.rmucolonials.com SID Mailing Address: Sewall Center, 6001 University Blvd., Moon Township, PA 15108

Delaney from...Delaney

Cobina Delaney scored often early in her sophomore season and finished fourth on the team with eight goals. In seven of the eight cases, she had her sister, Brianna, to thank. Brianna, who tied for the team lead with 30 points, assisted on seven of Cobina’s goals. In addition, one of Brianna’s assists for her sister was even more noteworthy since it allowed Brianna to break the RMU school record for career assists. However, before January 2011, the reverse situation had yet to occur. The Delaney duo changed that in their first game of 2011 as Cobina assisted on a goal for Brianna for the first time in their collegiate careers. Cobina then picked up the pace and has now assisted on six goals for Brianna, including four in 2011-12, while Brianna has assisted of 10 of her younger sister’s last 14 goals.

Freshman Rebecca Vint

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Robert Morris vs. Niagara Statistical Comparisons

RMU NIA Shot Pct. .112 .095 Goals 82 68 Goals Per Game 3.2 2.3 Assists 114 98 Shots 734 716 Shots Per Game 28.2 24.7 Power-Play Goals 33 20 Conversion Pct. .216 .129 Short-handed Goals 3 1 Penalties 161 161 Penalties Per Game 6.2 5.6 Penalty Minutes 322 322 Penalty Min. Per Game 12.4 11.1 Saves 635 752 Save Pct. .928 .903

Meet the Captains Senior defensemen Paige Pietrangelo will serve as the captain for the 2011-12 season. Seniors Brianna Delaney and Kathryn Stack and junior Dayna Newsom will serve as assistant captains.

No More ‘No Zeroes’

Despite playing challenging schedules in each of the past two years, Robert Morris was in the midst of an impressive run nationally. The Colonials had not been shutout in their past 64 games, a program best, before their 1-0 loss at Niagara Jan. 27. The streak was produced even though RMU had played 17 of those 64 contests against nationally-ranked foes--including six against opponents which were ranked No. 1 nationally. In fact, RMU’s 64-game stretch was the second longest in the nation at the time it was broken as it trailed only No. 2 Cornell, who had a 67-game streak when RMU’s was snapped.

Banner Achievement

The Robert Morris University Athletic Department held a special ceremony Sep. 24 to honor former Colonial women’s hockey goaltender and United States Olympian Brianne McLaughlin at the RMU Island Sports Center. The ceremony included remarks from Robert Morris President Dr. Gregory Dell’Omo, Robert Morris Athletic Director Dr. Craig Coleman and Robert Morris Associate Athletic Director Marty Galosi that highlighted and paid tribute to McLaughlin’s extensive list of accomplishments, both academic and athletic, before culminating with the unfurling of a 14’ by 8’ banner that will permanently hang in the Colonials’ home facility. “The Olympics were not Brianne’s only achievement,” Dell’Omo said. “Brianne set the NCAA’s record for saves while studying nursing at Robert Morris, one of our most demanding programs for the time it requires in clinical training. After the Olympics, she returned to Robert Morris to complete her degree. In short, Brianne was a scholar-athlete in the truest sense of the word, and a role model for students, faculty and staff--someone who exemplified our core values and our mission to change lives.” McLaughlin, who joined the RMU women’s hockey staff as a volunteer assistant coach in July 2011, had a storied collegiate career for Robert Morris before competing for her country in both Olympic and World Championship events. “On behalf of the RMU Department of Athletics, we congratulate Brianne on all of her achievements and hope that with this visual tribute, young girls will aspire to take after her on the ice and in the classroom,” Coleman said. “This banner is a fitting and permanent reminder as to how strongly we at Robert Morris feel about all that she has contributed to our women’s hockey program, our athletic department and our university.” The distinct banner was designed by Jeff Symonds, a former member of the Robert Morris sports information staff.

Goalie of the Week x4

Kristen DiCiocco was selected as the CHA Goaltender of the Week Jan. 9 to earn the award in four straight weeks in which RMU competed, becoming the first Colonial ever to pull off that feat. DiCiocco’s performance between the pipes was absolutely crucial to helping Robert Morris start strong in league play in early December. The junior made seven saves in a furious sequence during the final 30 seconds of overtime to help the Colonials hold off Syracuse Dec. 10. DiCiocco then posted a season-high 36 saves against nationally-ranked Bemidji State Dec. 30 before helping Robert Morris tie its program record for wins with a career performance. She tallied a career-high 43 saves Jan. 6 at Providence, including an amazing 20 in the third period alone, to lead RMU to a win over the Friars.

Hockey Families

Paige Pietrangelo

Brianna Delaney

Captain Paige Pietrangelo’s father, Frank Pietrangelo, was as a goalie for the Pittsburgh Penguins from 1987-1992. He is remembered in Pittsburgh for his clutch performance in the 1991 Stanley Cup Playoffs. In the sixth game of the first round against the New Jersey Devils with the Penguins facing elimination, Pietrangelo faced a one-on-one with future Hall-of-Famer Peter Stastny. Pietrangelo made a remarkable glove save, which is known to this day in Penguin hockey history as “The Save”. The Penguins ended up winning Game Six, 4-3, to force a seventh game in which Pietrangelo earned a shutout win. The Penguins went on to win the Stanley Cup that season with Pietrangelo earning the win in Game Five of the finals. One other Colonial has a brother that is currently playing the NHL. Jamie Joslin’s brother, Derek, was a fifth-round draft pick by the San Jose Sharks in 2005. The defenseman made his NHL debut in the 200809 season at the age of 21 and has played in more games in each successive season. Joslin was traded to Carolina this past February and combined to play in a career-high 34 games for the two squads last season. He tallied his first-career NHL goal and recorded a career-best nine points in 2010-11. After the trade to Carolina, Joslin recorded a +7 plus/minus in just 17 games played. Joslin was one of eight defensemen on the Hurricanes’ roster at the beginning of the 2011-12 season.

Tournament Host Dayna Newsom

Kathryn Stack

Robert Morris will get to play a postseason game at home in the friendly confines of the RMU Island Sports Center for just the second time in program history this season. The Colonials will host the CHA Semifinals Friday, March 2, and the CHA Championship the following day, Saturday, March 3, as RMU hosts the league’s postseason tournament for the first time since the 2006-07 season.

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The Last Time RMU ... Won in Overtime - vs. Minnesota State...........................10/14/11 Lost in Overtime - at No. 6 Wisconsin............................... 11/7/09 Played an Overtime Game - vs. Syracuse.........................12/10/11 Won by 3 + Goals - at Syracuse.............................................2/4/12 Won by 6 + Goals - at Lindenwood.................................... 11/13/11 Lost by 3 + Goals - at No. 3/T3 Mercyhurst....................... 2/25/11 Lost by 6 + Goals - vs. No. 4 Mercyhurst............................1/22/11 Won a Season Opener - vs. Lindenwood............................10/7/11 Lost a Season Opener - at No. 4 Minnesota-Duluth....... 10/2/09 Recorded a Shutout - vs. Niagara.......................................1/28/12 Lost in a Shutout - at Niagara..............................................1/27/12 Beat a ranked team - at No. 4/5 Mercyhurst.....................1/21/12

USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Division I Poll February 7, 2012

School (FPV) Record Pts. Last Week 1. Wisconsin (19) 26-2-2 190 1 2. Minnesota 24-4-2 170 2 3. Cornell 21-3-0 153 3 4. Mercyhurst 19-5-2 115 5 5. North Dakota 18-9-2 110 6 6. Boston College 18-8-3 91 4 7. Northeastern 18-6-3 74 8 8. Harvard 16-7-1 59 7 9. Minnesota-Duluth 15-12-1 28 9 T10. Boston University 16-12-1 20 NR T10. Dartmouth 15-7-2 20 10 Others receiving votes: St. Lawrence, 8; Bemidji State 4; Ohio State, 2; Clarkson, 1.

2011-12 Colonials at a Glance 2010-11 Overall Record: 6-21-7 2010-11 Home Record: 2-12-4 2010-11 Road Record: 3-8-3 2010-11 Neutral Record: 1-1-0 2010-11 CHA Record/Finish: 2-9-5 / 4th Letterman Returning/Lost: 15 / 6

Key Returning Players

2011-12 CHA Preseason Poll

School (FPV)

2010-11 CHA

2010-11 Overall

Pts.

1. Mercyhurst (3) 16-0-0

29-6-0

9

2. Niagara (1)

8-6-2

11-17-5

6

3. Syracuse

7-6-3

14-16-6

6

4. Robert Morris 2-9-5

6-21-7

3

D – Paige Pietrangelo (Sr.) Captain GP G A Pts. Pen. PIM 34 0 1 1 19 38 F – Brianna Delaney (Sr.) Assistant Captain GP G A Pts. Pen. PIM 34 11 19 30 17 34 D – Kathryn Stack (Sr.) Assistant Captain GP G A Pts. Pen. PIM 34 3 0 3 3 6 F – Dayna Newsom (Jr.) Assistant Captain GP G A Pts. Pen. PIM 34 5 16 21 20 40 F – Thea Imbrogno (So.) 2010-11 CHA Rookie of the Year GP G A Pts. Pen. PIM 34 12 17 29 5 10

Sophomore Thea Imbrogno

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ROBERT colonials MORRIS

No. Name

Cl.

3 4 5 8 9 11 14 16 17 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 31

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

Dayna Newsom Katelyn Scott Anneline Lauziere Brianna Delaney Kylie St. Louis Paige Pietrangelo Jennifer Kindret Erin Staniewski Kelsey Thomas Thea Imbrogno Courtney Langston Maddie Collias Kathryn Stack Rebecca Vint Jamie Joslin Cobina Delaney Katie Fergus Brandi Pollock Kristen DiCiocco Courtney Vinet

Pos. Ht.

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

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

Hometown / Previous Team

Colonial 2011-12 Superlatives

Oakville, Ontario / Oakville Ice Brighton, Mich. / Belle Tire St. Thomas, Ontario / London Jr. Devilettes Stittsville, Ontario / NCCP Raiders Windsor, Ontario / Southwest Wildcats Niagara Falls, Ontario / Hamilton Hawks Winnipeg, Manitoba / BC Breakers Strathroy, Ontario / London Jr. Devilettes Hamilton, Ontario / Hamilton Hawks Etobicoke, Ontario / Mississauga Jr. Chiefs Warrensburgh, Mo. / Shattuck St. Mary’s Roseville, Mich. / Belle Tire Edmonton, Alberta / Edmonton Thunder Caledon, Ontario / Brampton Junior Thunder Richmond Hill, Ontario / Aurora Panthers Stittsville, Ontario / Ottawa Senators Oakville, Ontario / Burlington Jr. Barracudas Virden, Manitoba / Westman Wildcats Niagara Falls, Ontario / Stoney Creek Jr. Sabres Camrose, Alberta / Edge School

Leading after the first period

8-0-1

Trailing after the first period

4-6-0

Tied after the first period

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)

4-2-1

Leading after the second period

12-0-1

Trailing after the second period

1-6-0

Tied after the second period

3-2-1

Overtime games

1-0-2

One-goal games

7-5-0

Two-goal games

2-3-0

Robert Morris outshoots opponent

10-1-1

Robert Morris is outshot

6-7-1

Tied in shots

0-0-0

Scoring three or more goals

13-0-0

Scoring two goals

1-5-1

Scoring one goal or less

2-3-1

Opponent scores three or more goals

2-7-0

Opponent scores two goals

7-0-1

Opponent scores one goal or less

7-1-1

Robert Morris scores first

10-1-0

Opponent Scores first

6-7-2

Robert Morris scores a power play goal

13-4-0

Opponent scores a power play goal

10-6-0

RMU on Mondays

0-1-0

RMU on Tuesdays

1-0-0

RMU on Thursdays

0-0-0

RMU on Fridays

7-3-1

RMU on Saturdays

7-4-1

RMU on Sundays

1-0-0

RMU in October

6-1-1

RMU in November

4-1-0

RMU in December

1-2-1

RMU in January

3-4-0

RMU in February

2-0-0

RMU in March

0-0-0

RMU at home RMU on the road

5-4-1

10-3-1

Senior captain RMU at neutral site Paige Pietrangelo

1-1-0

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Paul Colontino Head Coach First Season Mercyhurst ‘00 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 nine-win 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 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.

The Colontino File Alma Mater / Year: Mercyhurst ‘00 Coaching Experience Associate Head Coach Mercyhurst College 2006-2011 Assistant Coach University of North Dakota 2002-2006 Assistant Coach Mercyhurst College 2000-2002 Playing Experience / Accolades Mercyhurst College, 1996-2000 Mercyhurst Student-Athlete of the Year MAAC Co-Defensive Player of the Year All-MAAC First Team

Coaching Staff

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.

Logan Bittle Assistant Coach Second Season Robert Morris ‘08

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 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.

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Allison Rutledge Assistant Coach First Season Niagara‘07

Brianne McLaughlin Volunteer Assistant Coach First Season Robert Morris ‘11

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2011-12 SEASON STATS


2011-12 Robert Morris Women's Ice Hockey Robert Morris Overall Team Statistics (as of Feb 09, 2012) All games Overall: 16-8-2 Conf: 5-2-1 Home: 5-4-1 Away: 10-3-1 Neut: 1-1-0 TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Shot pct. Goals/Game Shots/Game Assists POWER PLAYS Goals-Power Plays Conversion Percent Shot Attempts Shot Percent GOAL BREAKDOWN Total Goals Power Play Short-handed Empty net Penalty Unassisted Overtime Shootout Delayed Penalty PENALTIES Number Minutes Penalties/Game Pen minutes/Game Minor Major 10-minute Misconduct Game Misconduct Gross Misconduct Match FACEOFFS (W-L) Faceoff W-L Pct. SHOOTOUTS (Made-Att) ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg Goals by Period Robert Morris Opponents Saves by Period Robert Morris Opponents

1st 2nd

3rd

OT

20 19

32 18

29 12

1 0

1st 2nd

3rd

OT

210 213 204 209 207 226

8 10

RMUW

OPP

82-734 .112 3.2 28.2 114

49-684 .072 1.9 26.3 82

33-153 .216 240 .138

23-140 .164 199 .116

82 33 3 2 1 7 1 0 0

49 23 1 1 0 4 0 0 0

161 322 6.2 12.4 161 0 0 0 0 0 789-776 .504 0-2

172 344 6.6 13.2 172 0 0 0 0 0 776-789 .496 2-0

1947 10/195 2/243

3941 14/282

Total 82 49 Total 635 652


2011-12 Robert Morris Women's Ice Hockey Robert Morris Overall Individual Statistics (as of Feb 09, 2012) All games Overall: 16-8-2 Conf: 5-2-1 Home: 5-4-1 Away: 10-3-1 Neut: 1-1-0

g

a

Shots pts

## 24 19 8 17 26 27 25 9 3 21 5 28 11 22 20 18 10 14 4 16 TM

Player

gp

sh

Rebecca Vint Thea Imbrogno Brianna Delaney Kelsey Thomas Cobina Delaney Katie Fergus Jamie Joslin Kylie St. Louis Dayna Newsom Maddie Collias Anneline Lauziere Brandi Pollock Paige Pietrangelo Kathryn Stack Courtney Langston Taylor Sakundiak Chelsea Burdzy Jennifer Kindret Katelyn Scott Erin Staniewski TEAM Total Opponents

26 25 25 26 26 26 24 26 26 26 26 25 26 26 26 3 6 26 26 20 12 26 26

## 31 29 TM

Goalie

gp-gs

Goal average minutes ga

Courtney Vinet Kristen DiCiocco EMPTY NET Total Opponents

2-2 24-24 12-0 26-0 26-0

120:00 1445:01 8:26 1573:27 1573:27

sh%

+-

Penalties pen-min min maj

18 17 35 130 .138 +9 23-46 23 11 16 27 65 .169 +12 2-4 2 8 15 23 57 .140 +13 17-34 17 11 10 21 71 .155 +10 5-10 5 7 13 20 59 .119 +13 12-24 12 5 11 16 52 .096 +12 13-26 13 4 9 13 49 .082 +5 12-24 12 4 5 9 54 .074 +14 14-28 14 3 3 6 38 .079 -1 5-10 5 4 1 5 43 .093 -1 4-8 4 1 4 5 26 .038 +13 4-8 4 1 3 4 11 .091 +3 7-14 7 1 2 3 14 .071 +7 18-36 18 1 2 3 6 .167 +7 9-18 9 2 0 2 20 .100 -2 3-6 3 1 0 1 1 1.000 +1 0-0 0 0 1 1 3 .000 0 1-2 1 0 1 1 20 .000 -4 5-10 5 0 1 1 12 .000 +1 2-4 2 0 0 0 3 .000 -4 3-6 3 0 0 0 0 .000 0 2-4 2 82 114 196 734 .112 +108 161-322 161 49 82 131 684 .072 - 172-344 172

2 46 1 49 82

avg

1.00 1.91 1.87 3.13

Saves saves

47 588 0 635 652

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

pct

w

.959 .927 .000 .928 .888

2 14 0 16 8

oth pp sh

0 10 0 5 0 1 0 5 0 1 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 0 23 Record l

0 8 0 8 16

Goals fg gw gt ot

1 1 4 0 1 3 0 3 3 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 11 16 1 15 8

t

sho

pp

0 2 0 2 2

1 3 0 4 1

2 21 0 23 33

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

ht pn ua

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Goals allowed sh en pen

0 1 0 1 3

0 0 1 1 2

blk

4 34 1 19 1 25 0 9 1 15 0 3 0 55 0 36 0 15 0 9 0 14 0 9 0 39 0 53 0 19 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 104 7 466 4 358

0 0 0 0 1

sog

0 0 0 0 0


2011-12 Robert Morris Women's Ice Hockey Robert Morris Overall Individual Statistics (as of Feb 09, 2012) All games ## 22 21 27 8 14 3 24 20 19 26 9 17 28

Faceoffs Kathryn Stack Maddie Collias Katie Fergus Brianna Delaney Jennifer Kindret Dayna Newsom Rebecca Vint Courtney Langston Thea Imbrogno Cobina Delaney Kylie St. Louis Kelsey Thomas Brandi Pollock

## 24 19 8 17 25 9 27 28 3 26 5 21 16 20 22

Power Play Scoring Rebecca Vint Thea Imbrogno Brianna Delaney Kelsey Thomas Jamie Joslin Kylie St. Louis Katie Fergus Brandi Pollock Dayna Newsom Cobina Delaney Anneline Lauziere Maddie Collias Erin Staniewski Courtney Langston Kathryn Stack

GP 26 26 26 25 26 26 26 26 25 26 26 26 25 GP 26 25 25 26 24 26 26 25 26 26 26 26 20 26 26

W 1 6 12 299 1 133 245 84 6 2 0 0 0

L 0 1 2 251 1 135 251 104 16 10 1 3 1

G 10 5 1 5 2 3 3 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0

A 9 8 9 4 6 3 2 3 2 2 3 0 0 0 0

Pct. 1.000 .857 .857 .544 .500 .496 .494 .447 .273 .167 .000 .000 .000 Pts 19 13 10 9 8 6 5 4 3 3 3 1 0 0 0

Shots 49 22 21 24 26 22 21 3 10 25 10 4 1 1 1

Pct. .204 .227 .048 .208 .077 .136 .143 .333 .100 .040 .000 .250 .000 .000 .000


2011-12 Robert Morris Women's Ice Hockey Robert Morris Combined Team Statistics (as of Feb 09, 2012) All games

* *

* * * * * *

Date Oct 07 Oct 08 Oct 14 Oct 15 Oct 21 Oct 22 Oct 28 Oct 29 Nov 12 Nov 13 Nov 22 Nov 25 Nov 26 Dec 09 Dec 10 Dec 30 Dec 31 Jan 06 Jan 07 Jan 20 Jan 21 Jan 27 Jan 28 Jan 30 Feb 03 Feb 04

Opponent LINDENWOOD LINDENWOOD MINNESOTA STATE MINNESOTA STATE at Rensselaer at Rensselaer at St. Cloud State at St. Cloud State at Lindenwood at Lindenwood at Colgate vs Yale vs Quinnipiac SYRACUSE SYRACUSE #8 BEMIDJI STATE #8 BEMIDJI STATE at Providence at Providence #4 MERCYHURST at #4 Mercyhurst at Niagara University NIAGARA UNIVERSITY at Princeton at Syracuse at Syracuse

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Shot pct. Goals/Game Shots/Game POWER PLAYS Goals-Power Plays Conversion Percent Shot Attempts Shot Percent GOAL BREAKDOWN Power Play Short-handed Empty net Penalty Unassisted Overtime Shootout Delayed Penalty PENALTIES Number Minu tes Penalties/Game Pen minutes/Game FACEOFFS (W-L) Faceoff W-L Pct. SHOOTOUTS (Made-Att)

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

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

Att. 132 134 179 216 200 250 212 212 150 125 187 314 172 138 211 184 127 179 201 203 1122 350 423 88 324 341

RMUW

OPP

82-734 .112 3.2 28.2

49-684 .072 1.9 26.3

33-153 .216 240 .138

23-140 .164 199 .116

33 3 2 1 7 1 0 0

23 1 1 0 4 0 0 0

161 322 6.2 12.4 789-776 .504 0-2

172 344 6.6 13.2 776-789 .496 2-0

Record: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

Overall 16-8-2 5-2-1 11-6-1

##

Player

gp

24 19 8 17 26 27 25 9 3 21 5 28 11 22 20 18 10 14 4 16 TM

Rebecca Vint Thea Imbrogno Brianna Delaney Kelsey Thomas Cobina Delaney Katie Fergus Jamie Joslin Kylie St. Louis Dayna Newsom Maddie Collias Anneline Lauziere Brandi Pollock Paige Pietrangelo Kathryn Stack Courtney Langston Taylor Sakundiak Chelsea Burdzy Jennifer Kindret Katelyn Scott Erin Staniewski TEAM Total Opponents

26 25 25 26 26 26 24 26 26 26 26 25 26 26 26 3 6 26 26 20 12 26 26

Goalie 31 Courtney Vinet 29 Kristen DiCiocco TM EMPTY NET ##

Total Opponents

Home 5-4-1 2-1-1 3-3-0 g

a

Saves by Period Robert Morris Opponents

pts

sh

Neutral 1-1-0 0-0-0 1-1-0

sh% pen-min

pp sh

18 17 35 130 .138 23-46 11 16 27 65 .169 2-4 8 15 23 57 .140 17-34 11 10 21 71 .155 5-10 7 13 20 59 .119 12-24 5 11 16 52 .096 13-26 4 9 13 49 .082 12-24 4 5 9 54 .074 14-28 3 3 6 38 .079 5-10 4 1 5 43 .093 4-8 1 4 5 26 .038 4-8 1 3 4 11 .091 7-14 1 2 3 14 .071 18-36 1 2 3 6 .167 9-18 2 0 2 20 .100 3-6 1 0 1 1 1.000 0-0 0 1 1 3 .000 1-2 0 1 1 20 .000 5-10 0 1 1 12 .000 2-4 0 0 0 3 .000 3-6 0 0 0 0 .000 2-4 82 114 196 734 .112 161-322 49 82 131 684 .072 172-344

10 5 1 5 1 3 2 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 23

gp

min

ga

gaavg

w-l-t

2 24 12 26 26

120:00 1445:01 8:26 1573:27 1573:27

2 46 1 49 82

1.00 1.91 1.87 3.13

Attendance Summary Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg Goals by Period Robert Morris Opponents

Away 10-3-1 3-1-0 7-2-1

saves save%

47 588 0 635 652

.959 2-0-0 .927 14-8-2 .000 0-0-0 .928 16-8-2 .888 8-16-2

RMUW

Opponent

1947 10/195 2/243

3941 14/282

1st

2nd

3rd

OT

20 19

32 18

29 12

1 0

1st

2nd

3rd

OT

210 213 204 209 207 226

8 10

Total 82 49 Total 635 652

1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1


Niagara Game Notes