Issuu on Google+


2012-13 UConn Women’s Ice Hockey No. Name 1 Emily Walsh 3 Kiana Nauheim 5 Casey Knajdek 8 Rachel Farrel 10 Stephanie Raithby 11 Brittany Berisoff 12 Cassandra Opela 14 Erin Burns 16 Alice Hughes 17 Caitlin Hewes 19 Margaret Zimmer 21 Kelly Horan 24 Michela Cava 26 Sarah MacDonnell 29 Elaine Chuli 31 Sarah Moses 48 Kayla Campero 62 Emily Snodgrass 81 Maude Blain 94 Leah Buress

Position Class Goaltender So. Defense Jr. Defense Sr. Forward So. Forward Jr. Forward Fr. Defense Fr. Defense Jr. Defense Fr. Defense So. Forward Fr. Forward Sr. Forward Fr. Forward So. Golatender Fr. Goaltender Jr. Forward So. Forward So. Defense Sr. Forward Fr.

Ht. 5’3 5’6 5’4 5’3 5’3 5’7 5’8 5’5 5’5 5’6 5’7 5’0 5’4 5’6 5’6 5’7 5’10 5’7 5’7 5’4

Hometown Burr Ridge, Ill./Benet Academy Fairbanks, Alaska/Brewster Academy Woodbury, Minn./Hill-Murray School Cheshire, Conn./Westminster School London, Ont./London Jr. Devilettes Kelowna, B.C./Notre Dame Academy Penfield, N.Y./Boston Shamrocks Listowel, Ont./Niagara University/Listowel D.S.S La Canada, Calif./Brewster Academy Stillwater, Minn./Stillwater Area St. Charles, Ill./Chicago Mission Methuen, Mass./Lawrence Academy Thunder Bay, Ont./Thunder Bay Mid Quispamsis, N.B./Brewster Academy Waterford, Ont./Stoney Creek Int./U-18 Team Canada New Hamburg, Ont./Niagara University/Kitchner-Waterloo Wallingford, Conn./Choate Rosemary Hall Eagan, Minn./Eastview Magog, Que./St. Jerome – CEGEP Windsor, Ont./Bluewater Int.

Head Coach: Heather Linstad, 13th Season (Providence, 1989) Assistant Coach: Jaime Totten, 13th Season (Northeastern, 2000)


U niversity

of

C onnecticut W omen ’ s I ce H ockey

Quick Facts/Contents The University

of Connecticut Location......................................................................................................................... Storrs, Conn. Founded..........................................................................................................................................1881 Enrollment (Storrs)................................................................................................................. 17,815 Colors......................................................................................National Flag Blue (Navy) & White Nickname..................................................................................................................Huskies, UConn Conference......................................................................................................................Hockey East President........................................................................................................................ Susan Herbst Director of Athletics................................................................................................ Warde Manuel Associate Director of Athletics (Senior Woman Administrator)...............Deborah Corum Associate Director of Athletics (Program Administrator)..............................Doug Gnodtke Athletic Phone.......................................................................................................... (860) 486-2725 Athletic Fax............................................................................................................... (860) 486-3300 Athletic Ticket Office.............................................................................................. (860) 486-2724 Facility (Capacity)........................................................ Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum (2,000) Ice Size.............................................................................................................. 200 x 85 (NHL Size)

Connecticut Women’s Ice Hockey

Head Coach......................................................................... Heather Linstad (Providence, 1989) Record at Connecticut............................................................................ 158-189-51, 12 Seasons Overall Record.......................................................................................... 319-260-78, 20 Seasons Assistant Coach..................................................................... Jaime Totten (Northeastern, 1999) Assistant Coach................................................................... Kirsti Anderson (Dartmouth, 2005) Office Phones............................................................................................................ (860) 486-0612 ..................................................................................................................................... (860) 486-0673 ..................................................................................................................................... (860) 486-9056 2011-12 Overall Record.........................................................................................................4-23-7 2011-12 Hockey East Record................................................................................................3-15-3 2011-12 Hockey East Finish................................................................................................ Seventh Letterwinners Returning/Lost................................................................................................. 10/10 Newcomers...................................................................................................................................Nine

Table

of Contents Meet the Huskies................................................. 1 Quick Facts............................................................ 2 Facilities............................................................... 3-4 Huskies in the Community............................ 5-6 CPIA........................................................................ 7 All-Decade Team................................................... 8 Head Coach Heather Linstad......................9-10 Assistant Coach Jaime Totten..........................11 2012-13 Season Outlook............................12-13 Seniors............................................................14-16 Juniors.............................................................17-18 Sophomores...................................................19-23 Newcomers...................................................24-26 2011-12 Season Review....................................27 2011-12 Season Statistics.................................28 Connecticut Records...................................29-30 Year-by-Year Results....................................31-34 All-Time Series....................................................35 All-Time Letterwinners.....................................36 Award Winners.............................................37-38 Support Staff........................................................39 Hockey East.........................................................40 This is UConn...............................................41-50

Athletic Communications

Associate Director of Athletics for Communications.................................... Michael Enright Assistant Director of Athletic Communications............................................Patrick McKenna Assistant Director of Athletic Communications.................................................... Phil Chardis Athletic Communications Assistants.......................Sagan Byrne, Brendan Flynn & Matt Lee Athletic Communications Secretary..................................................................Luanne Dunstan Sport Contact............................................................................................................. Brendan Flynn Contact Office Phone............................................................................................. (860) 486-1496 Contact Cell Phone................................................................................................. (203) 415-5381 Contact Email.....................................................................................brendan.s.flynn@uconn.edu Communications Office.......................................................................................... (860) 486-3531 Communications Fax.............................................................................................. (860) 486-5085 Husky Sports Hotline............................................................................................. (860) 486-5050 Athletics Web Site...........................................................................................UConnHuskies.com

Husky Honor

Pronunciations Kiana Nauheim........................... Naw-heim Casey Knajdek......................Ka-Nigh-Dick Stephanie Raithby......................... RAY-thby Cassandra Opela........................ Oh-pell-uh Caitlin Hewes.....................................Hughes

Michela Cava................................... Cah-Vuh Sarah MacDonnell.............Mack-duh-Nell Elaine Chuli....................................Choo-Lee Maude Blain.......................................... Blaine

CREDITS: The 2012-13 University of Connecticut Women’s Ice Hockey Media Guide is an official publication of the University of Connecticut Division of Athletics. This media guide was written and designed by Brendan Flynn. Cover Design by Mike Mason, UConn Marketing. Editorial assistance by Mike Enright and Luanne Dunstan. Special Thanks to Heather Linstad and Jaime Totten. Photography Credits: Steve Slade, Bob Stowell and Brendan Flynn

Pride • Responsibility • Respect The University of Connecticut is committed to honoring collegiate athletic competition by demonstrating pride, responsibility and respect. The UConn community, fans, alumni, students, coaches and student-athletes promote these core values as proud Huskies and first class competitors.


Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum

The Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum houses the varsity men’s and women’s ice hockey programs at the University of Connecticut. The 4.2 million dollar facility opened in 1998 and also houses the women’s ice hockey locker room and players’ lounge. The completely enclosed, state-of-the-art Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum is a year-round facility. The main building totals 53,000 square feet in a 230x230 foot structure. The skating facility includes a National Hockey League regulation 200x85 foot skating surface and a seating capacity of just under 2,000.

Locker Room Players’ Lounge


Weight Room

The strength and conditioning program for the UConn women’s ice hockey team is coordinated and directed by Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach Maureen Butler. UConn athletes have the use of two different weight rooms in Gampel Pavilion along with the Field House Weight Room, which feature custom made multi-use racks with platforms, dumbbell racks, cable machines and various Cybex Machines.

At the beginning of each season the Huskies hold an annual “Strongwoman Competition” which includes events such as the tire flip, sled pull and ‘Move the Mountain’. The competition takes place in the Mark R. Shenkman Training Center. The 85,000 square foot training center is located on campus and is the most modern facility of its kind in the country.


HUSKIES IN THE COMMUNITY

Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer

For the past seven years, Connecticut has joined Hockey East in raising funds for Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer.

UConn has led the entire Hockey East conference in funds raised since the inception of Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer. Over the past six years the Huskies have raised more than $50,000.


Skate With The Huskies

The UConn women’s ice hockey team continued their annual tradition of hosting a “Skate With The Huskies” event, where kids from the local communities came to select games throughout the season and were able to skate with the team following the contests.

Community Center Painting The 2011-12 UConn women’s ice hockey team also helped out at a local community center this past school year, painting rooms and hallways to give the center an updated look.


Former University of Connecticut women’s ice hockey defenseman Cristin Allen (’10) was named to the Hockey East 10th Anniversary Team, released last February. Teammate Jaclyn Hawkins (’08) also represented the Huskies as a WHEA Honorable Mention. The Women’s Hockey East Association announced a 12-member team as selected by the league’s eight head coaches. The 12-member team was honored on Sunday, March 4 as part of the Championship Game festivities at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center at Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy Rink.

Christin Allen ‘10

(L-R): Jaime Totten, Heather Linstad, Tiffany Owens, Jaclyn Hawkins, Natalie Vibert, Kaitlyn Shain, Christin Allen, Jennifer Chaisson and Kirsti Anderson

Prior to a game against Boston College on February 11, Connecticut revealed its Hockey East AllDecade Team, celebrating the Hockey East’s 10th Anniversary. Jennifer Chaisson (‘11), Jaclyn Hawkins (‘08) and Tiffany Owens (‘05) were honored as the forwards named to the All-Decade Team, while Cristin Allen (‘10) and Natalie Vibert (‘07) were chosen as the two defensemen and Kaitlyn Shain (‘06) was honored as the team’s All-Decade goaltender. Jaclyn Hawkins ‘08


Academic Counseling The Counseling Program for Intercollegiate Athletes, a unit within the Division of Academic Affairs, is the academic support program for the University of Connecticut’s 650 student-athletes. The primary goal of the program is to assist student-athletes in reaching their educational goals while they compete in intercollegiate athletics. As academic affairs officers, CPIA counselors function as liaisons between the athletic and academic communities.

Alexandra Garcia 2012 WHEA Distinguished Scholar

76 H o c k e y E a s t A l l -A c a d e m i c T e a m H o n o r s Janelle Armitage - 03, 04, 05, 06 Sara Mahoney - 03, 04 Lisa Beck - 03, 04, 05 Julie Marashio - 03, 04 Michelle Binning - 09 Megan McLeod - 05 Maude Blain - 10, 11 Shannon Murphy - 04, 05 Jaclyn Camardo - 09, 10, 11 Kiana Nauheim - 12 Nicole Camardo - 09, 10, 11 Lauren O’Conner - 03 Jennifer Chaisson - 11 Carli Pridmore - 12 Britney Chandler - 08 Alicia Ramolla - 06, 07 Shannon Connolly - 03, 04, 05 Samantha Reid - 08, 09 Sami Evelyn - 11, 12 Kristen Russell - 08, 09 Liz Gallinaro - 07, 08 Caitlin Salazer-Reid - 04 Claire Francis - 10, 11 Josette Severyn - 05, 06 Alexandra Garcia - 09, 10, 11, 12 Jocelyn Slattery - 11, 12 Emily Grant - 04 Emily Snodgrass - 12 Caitlin Hewes - 12 Stefanie Snow - 03, 04 Rebecca Hewett - 10, 11,12 Erika Spaeth - 03, 04 Olivia Hogan - 07 Jody Sydor - 08, 11 Jennifer Houlden - 03, 04, 06 Nicole Tritter - 08, 09 Christie Houser - 08 Katherine Van Deveire - 04, 05, 07 Casey Knajdek - 12 Natalie Vibert - 04, 06, 07 Nicole LeFave - 04, 05 Angie Wallace - 04 Jessica Lutz - 08 Maggie Walsh - 11, 12 Sarah MacDonnell - 12 Brittany Wilson - 08, 09


H eather L instad Head Coach - 13th Season At the helm of the University of Connecticut women’s ice hockey program since its inception, head coach Heather Linstad is set to guide the Huskies in her 13th season behind the bench. Linstad has led the Huskies to seven Hockey East tournament appearances over the past 10 seasons, including WHEA Championship appearances during 2009-10 and 2004-05. She has mentored six student-athletes to major Hockey East awards, including Alexandra Garcia who received Player of the Year Runner-Up honors following the 2010-11 season. Linstad has been a head coach for 20 seasons, spending the last 12 at UConn, collecting 158 of her 319 career victories with the Huskies. On February 13, 2010, with a 4-1 victory over Providence, Linstad captured her 300th career victory to become one of just six Division I women’s ice hockey coaches to achieve 300 or more wins in their career. That win placed Linstad among the elite, as there are only seven head coaches in either Division I or Division III women’s ice hockey to have won 300 or more games. This past January, Linstad served as the head coach of the U.S.Women’s National Under-18 team at the IIHF World Championship in the Czech Republic. Team USA cruised through group play with a perfect 3-0 record, while outscoring opponents, 28-1. In the semifinals, the Americans dismantled Germany, 7-1 before falling to Canada in the gold medal game. Linstad began working with the squad during the USA Hockey Women’s National Festival in June of 2011.The first competition for Linstad and the U18 team came as a three-game series against Canada held in late August, in which the U.S. team captured a 3-2 victory in the opening contest. Linstad has also been a coach at the USA National Hockey Festival in Lake Placid, N.Y. five times, including the 1997 Festival which was an Olympic selection year. She has coached USA Hockey Junior Development Camps for athletes ranging from 14 to 18 years of age, while also taking part in the USA Rocky Mountain District Camp from 1996 through 2002 and again in 2004. Linstad served as the head coach of the Australian National Team in Sydney in July of 1996. Linstad and the Huskies had an up and down season during 2010-11, facing one of their toughest schedules to date. Nine of UConn’s games were against ranked opponents, including two against Minnesota Duluth, the 2010 national champion and three against Boston University, the 2011 national champion runner-up. Despite the tough regular season, the Huskies qualified for the WHEA Tournament for the fifth consecutive season. During the 2009-10 season, the Huskies reached the highest national ranking in program history when they were ranked No. 7 for two-consecutive weeks, ending the season at No. 9 according to the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll. Connecticut spent 11 weeks among the nationally-ranked women’s ice hockey programs that season, while they also spent eight weeks among the top teams during 2008-09. Linstad and the UConn coaching staff guided the team to a 21-9-7 overall record and a fourth-place finish in the Hockey East standings during the 2009-10 season. The Huskies earned a place in the WHEA Championship game for the second time in program history, ultimately falling to NCAA Quarterfinal participant Boston University. Cristin Allen, Michelle Binning and Amy Hollstein all earned spots on the Hockey East All-Tournament Team, giving UConn the most number of honorees since joining the WHEA. The 2008-09 season saw Linstad lead the team to its third-consecutive Hockey East Tournament berth with a 10-8-3 conference record. UConn finished the season with a 19-12-4 overall mark, that included a nine-game winning streak, during which the Huskies defeated eventual national runnerup Mercyhurst at Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum. UConn defended its Nutmeg Classic Title with its third-consecutive such championship, hosting Wayne State,Yale and Quinnipiac during the annual tournament. Linstad mentored a trio of student-athletes to post-season recognition that season, with Cristin Allen and Dominique Thibault each earning spots on the All-Hockey East Second Team while Brittany Wilson garnered honorable mention accolades. Allen was also honored with a spot on the New England Writers’ All-Star Team, becoming the sixth Connecticut student-athlete to do so. In 2009-10, Allen followed with her second-consecutive such honor, becoming the first Connecticut player to earn a spot on the New England Writers’ All-Star Team twice in their career. At the time, it was arguably the most successful season in women’s ice hockey history in Storrs, although the achievements of Linstad and her 2009-10 team challenged the 2007-08 squad that laid the foundation for success to come. The Huskies set a program-high for wins in a single season (22) and achieved the most number of Hockey East victories (13) in program history. En route to the nine-game winning streak that was tied in 2008-09, the 2007-08 Huskies won four games over nationally ranked opponents and set a plateau yet to be reached – an 11-game unbeaten streak. In addition to the team accolades achieved throughout the 2007-08 season, two individuals were acknowledged for the contributions to the team. Dominique Thibault was named the program’s first ever Hockey East Player of the Year and All-American. Jaclyn Hawkins became the team’s first student-athlete to earn the Sportsmanship Award, capping off one of the most successful women’s ice hockey careers in Husky Hockey. During the 2006-07 season, the Huskies defeated or tied five of the eight teams that advanced to the NCAA Tournament en route to their conference tournament appearance. UConn won 17 games, including 12 conference victories with four wins over nationally-ranked programs. All program-bests would last just one year though, as Linstad and the Huskies set new records the following season. Among a season of highlights, UConn was the only team to hand eventual Frozen Four participant, Boston College a pair of losses at home. Following a stellar rookie campaign, Hawkins was a record setter,


Record at Connecticut 158-189-51 [.461] 12 Seasons

Overall Record 319-260-78 [.545] 20 Seasons Fourth among all active Division I coaches and sixth all-time in NCAA Division I with 319 victories. 1997 ECAC Champions

creating new plateaus in career goals, assists and points and was one of four different Connecticut 1994 ECAC Coach of the Year players to take hardware home from the 2006-07 Hockey East Banquet. 1989 ECAC Player of the Year In a season hampered by injuries, the 2005-06 Huskies fell in the Nutmeg Classic title game a year after capturing the championship for the first time. UConn concluded the season with a 12-21-1 2011-12 USA Hockey overall record that included a 10-11-0 mark in Hockey East action. Midway through the year, four ConU18 Head Coach necticut student-athletes were selected to the Hockey East All-Star Team, which was led by Linstad, Three-Time USA Hockey National that took on Team USA in an exhibition game. Festival Head Coach The senior class of 2004-05 achieved one of their objectives, ending the year among the top 10 programs in the nation according to both the USCHO.com and USA Today/American Hockey Maga(1997, 1998, 2003) zine polls after finishing the season with a 16-12-8 record. UConn put a cap on an 11-5-4 Hockey East regular season record en route to a third-place finish in the final conference standings. The Huskies advanced to their first ever appearance in the championship game, falling to defending champion at Connecticut Providence. Linstad’s players garnered weekly awards from the Hockey East and USCHO for their play 2011-12................................................ 4-23-7 throughout the season, culminating in a variety of postseason accolades. Hawkins was named both the 2010-11.............................................. 13-19-3 Hockey East and USCHO Rookie of the Year while also earning spots on the All-Hockey East Rookie 2009-10................................................ 21-9-7 and Second Teams. Netminder Kaitlyn Shain also earned a spot on the second team while Natalie Vib- 2008-09.............................................. 19-12-4 ert received first team honors. 2007-08................................................ 22-8-5 In addition to invaluable guidance on the ice, Linstad emphasizes success in the classroom and has 2006-07.............................................. 17-15-3 mentored her student-athletes to achieve off the ice as well. Overall, 40 student-athletes have collected 2005-06.............................................. 12-21-1 Hockey East All-Academic Team Honors over the past nine years. In 2004, a program-high 15 student2004-05.............................................. 16-12-8 athletes were acknowledged by the conference for their academic prowess. Last season, Alexandra Garcia, Jaclyn Camardo and Nicole Camardo became three-time honorees, as nine Huskies have now 2003-04................................................ 9-19-6 2002-03.............................................. 11-20-4 earned All-Academic honors at least three times during their careers. Lisa Beck was twice named the Top Student-Athlete by the conference, earning the highest grade- 2001-02.............................................. 11-21-3 point average (GPA) among the league’s defenders in 2004 and 2005. A highlight among Connecticut’s 2000-01................................................ 3-10-0 academic achievements, Beck tied for the Top Scholar Athlete average with a 4.0 GPA. In accordance with mentoring student-athletes toward success beyond hockey, Linstad has in- at Northeastern stilled a sense of community awareness within the women’s ice hockey program at Connecticut. For 1999-00................................................ 22-9-3 the sixth-straight season UConn headlined the Hockey East’s Breast Cancer Awareness fundraising 1998-99................................................ 25-7-3 program, Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer, raising $9,000 during the 2010-11 season. The Huskies continue to expand their impact on the conference-wide fundraising program and have raised well 1997-98................................................ 26-6-5 1996-97...............................................27-9-0* over $40,000 since the program began six years ago. Expanding their community involvement has also seen the Huskies create a Christmas evening for 1995-96.............................................. 14-15-5 a YMCA girls’ home with Linstad’s team supplying the tree, ornaments, lights and gifts while sharing 1994-95.............................................. 14-12-5 pizza, in an effort to create invaluable memories. Most recently, the Huskies spent time painting rooms 1993-94................................................ 19-6-3 at a local community center and reading with students at Connecticut elementary schools. 1992-93................................................ 14-7-3 A native of Chlemsford, Mass., Linstad came to Connecticut after compiling a 161-71-27 overall record at the helm of the Northeastern University women’s ice hockey team for eight seasons. While at *ECAC Champions Northeastern, Linstad guided those Huskies to four Beanpot titles and earned one of the four berths to the first-ever collegiate Women’s Ice Hockey National Championship Tournament (AWCHA) in 1998. Before that, Linstad guided Northeastern to the ECAC Championship in 1997 while boasting a then-school-record 27 wins. Just prior to joining UConn, Linstad was inducted to the Chelmsford High School Hall of Fame in 2000. Linstad, a 1989 graduate of Providence College, earned a degree in business administration while representing the Friars in three varsity sports. She was team captain for three of the four seasons she played on the women’s ice hockey team, scoring 76 goals and adding 72 assists. Linstad is 16th on Providence’s all-time career points list, 10th in goals and 18th in assists. She was awarded the 1989 ECAC Player of the Year Award and continues to hold the distinction of being the only individual to earn the ECAC Player of the Year Award and the ECAC Coach of the Year Award. In addition to her outstanding ice hockey career at Providence, Linstad played three seasons of soccer and spent a year on the softball squad. Linstad currently resides in Vernon, Conn. with her black lab, Sydney.


J aime T otten Assistant Coach - 13th Season As an instrumental part of the UConn foundation, Jaime Totten enters her 13th season as an assistant coach for the University of Connecticut women’s ice hockey program.Totten has been with the program since its inception and she will continue to be an integral part of head coach Heather Linstad’s staff. Totten will resume her position as the recruiting coordinator for Connecticut as she has since the day she began, continually bringing in student-athletes who make an immediate impact on the ice and in the classroom. In addition to her recruiting responsibilities, Totten runs the defensive end of the bench, assists in daily practices and preparations, directs special teams plays and directs the team alumni efforts. Under her tutelage, Cristin Allen became the first-ever Connecticut player to be named to the New England Writer’s All-Star Team twice in her career, doing so following the 2009-10 season. Allen also earned back-to-back All-Hockey East accolades and was named the league’s inaugural Best Defensemen with the guidance of Totten. Since 2004, three UConn defensemen have earned eight All-Hockey East honors. Totten served as an assistant coach with the 2009-10 Hockey East All-Star Team that included Allen, Amy Hollstein, and Jody Sydor. The Hockey East All-Stars played Team USA prior to the 2010 Vancouver Olympics as part of the National Team’s Qwest Tour. During the 2009-10 season, Totten helped guide the Huskies to their highest ever national ranking at No. 7, surpassing the plateau of the eighth-national ranking set by the 2004-05 squad.The 2009-10 team also matched the 2004-05 squad in earning Connecticut’s second Hockey East Championship Game appearance. In 2008, she served as an assistant coach for the USA Women’s National Under-22 program against Canada for a three-game series in August. She was responsible for assisting with daily practices and instructing the defensive end of the bench.Totten was also chosen to work with the USA Hockey Under-14 Select Camp in 2007 in Rochester, N.Y. In addition, she coached the Select 16’s and 17’s that same year at the Junior National Camp in Lake Placid, N.Y. Prior to her coaching career, Totten was a mainstay at several USA Hockey Camps and Festivals as a player. She served as an assistant captain on the 1995 Junior National Team and participated in the 1997 USA Festival during the 1998 Olympic Team selections. Totten appeared in every single game of her four-year varsity career at Northeastern. She was twice the recipient of All-America honors while serving as captain in 1997-98 and 1998-99. Following the 1996-97 season, Totten earned ECAC First Team All-Star Honors after helping Northeastern to the ECAC Conference Title, finishing the season with a then-school record 27-9-0. Her on and off the ice leadership combined with her sportsmanship earned Totten the prestigious Sarah Devins Award from the ECAC as a senior. After graduating with honors, earning a bachelor’s degree in cardiopulmonary science with a concentration in exercise physiology, Totten served as student-assistant coach for her alma mater during the 19992000 season. She was awarded the National Student Athlete Award and was named a Scholar Athlete during her career. A native of Stafford, N.Y., Totten currently resides in Mansfield Center, Conn.


U niversity

of

C onnecticut W omen ’ s I ce H ockey

Player Profiles Season Preview A strong, experienced core of veterans and a large, talented crop of young players look to lead the University of Connecticut women’s ice hockey team and head coach Heather Linstad into the program’s 13th season.

#81

p. 14 Maude Blain

#21

p. 15 Kelly Horan

#5

p. 16 Casey Knajdek

The challenge for the 2012-13 Huskies will be to find consistency in scoring after averaging just 1.62 goals per game. A year ago, UConn was carried by its goaltending and defense. Connecticut owned the top penalty kill in the league at 88.4% and looks to build on that this season, while trying to replace a pair of experienced goaltenders, including four-year starter Alexandra Garcia. The battle between the pipes will be between junior transfer Sarah Moses and freshman Elaine Chuli. Moses spent that last two years at Niagara before the Purple Eagles’ program was folded. Last season, she posted a 5-7-5 record with 435 saves. For her career, Moses owns a .900 save percentage and 2.90 goals against average. Chuli is a familiar face to coach Linstad after appearing on the U-18 Canada National Team at the IIHF World Championship in the Czech Republic last year, the team that defeated coach Linstad’s U-18 Team USA in the goal medal contest. In 2011, Chuli led Team Ontario Red to the U-18 National Championship and this past summer she participated in the National Goaltending Camp at Canada Olympic Park in Calgary.

#3 #10 #48 p. 17 p. 18 p. 19 Kiana Nauheim Stephanie Raithby Kayla Campero

“I’m excited for the two goalies that we have,” stated Linstad. “Elaine Chuli is a freshman who comes from playing with the Under-18 in Canada and Sarah Moses is the goalie who transferred from Niagara. In looking at her stats, she did pretty well against conference opponents in Hockey East last year. You have to count on your goaltending to be solid. Usually, one of our fortes is goaltending here at UConn so I think we’ll be fine in the net.” Sophomore Emily Walsh joined the team mid-way through last season and will also look to compete for playing time in the crease. The Huskies will also look to a new group of leaders for the upcoming season in seniors Maude Blain, Kelly Horan and Casey Knajdek.

#8

p. 20 Rachel Farrel

#17

p. 21 Caitlin Hews

#26

p. 22 Sarah MacDonnell

“I do think that we have three very good seniors that are going to lead the show in Casey Knajdek, Kelly Horan and Maude Blain. I think the older kids will lead the young kids, but I think we’ve got a renewed, fresh energy that will do us well in conference and out of conference.” Blain will anchor the defense after totaling eight points on one score and seven assists and despite missing 10 games last season. Over the last three seasons, Knajdek has shown the ability to play center and on the blue line; dishing out three assists last year. Meanwhile, Horan looks to have a bounce-back season after her scoring production was cut in half from each of her first two seasons. She totaled 18 points in each of her first two years, but registered just nine as a junior on three goals and six assists.

#62

p. 23 Emily Snodgrass

p. 24-26 Newcomers

Leading the offensive attack up top for Connecticut is a pair of sophomores in Emily Snodgrass and Kayla Campero, who are the top two returning scorers. Snodgrass led the squad in all major


U niversity

of

C onnecticut W omen ’ s I ce H ockey

Season Preview (cont’d) offensive categories with nine goals, 12 assists and 21 points. Campero was second in goals with seven and added seven assists to finish third with 14 total points. Snodgrass posted a team-best four power play goals, while Campero added a pair. Junior forward Stephanie Raithby also adds a veteran presence to the UConn offense. She hasn’t missed a step, skating in 69 career games, netting 19 points on eight goals and 11 assists. Along with Snodgrass and Campero, sophomores Rachel Farrel and Sarah MacDonnell showed promise as rookies. Farrel found the back of the net four times and added three assists as MacDonnell scored three times and chipped in one helper. “I really do believe that we’ve got a good core group in our sophomores. Emily Snodgrass led the team [in scoring], but I think a kid like Sarah MacDonnell, who also played for the U-18 in Canada, she’s got some offensive punch. Caitlin Hewes, who’s on defense, Rachel Farrell and the sophomore group took it serious what they had to do in the spring and what they wanted to do in the summer and I think that they’ve come in with the attitude of making sure that they have in impact.” New to the ranks up top will be freshmen Brittany Berisoff, Leah Burres, Michela Cava and Margaret Zimmer. “All four have skill sets that compliment each other very well, will help the team both offensively and defensively and ignite our offense. When I look at all of the young kids, I think it is early to tell, but I think that they will develop very quickly.” Hewes and junior Kiana Nauheim return alongside Blain on the blue line. As a freshman, Hewes scored four times and picked up four assists. Nauheim, who has played in every game over the last two years, has seven career points, including four assists coming a year ago. The newcomers aim to bulk up the Husky defense. Junior Erin Burns arrives in Storrs after stints in Syracuse and Niagara. After beginning her playing career for the Orange, where she totaled eight points over 38 games in parts of two seasons, she transferred to play for the Purple Eagles. In her final season at NU, Burns skated in 33 games and recorded eight points on one goal and seven assists. “Burns is a true defensive-defenseman with the ability to move the puck and start and offensive break. She brings experience and leadership qualities that will be a welcome addition to the locker room.” Freshmen Alice Hughes and Cassandra Opela round out the UConn defensemen. Both played locally during their prep school careers. Hughes starred at Brewster Academy in New Hampshire, while Opela skated for the Boston Shamrocks. The 2012-13 season gets underway at Union on Saturday, September 29. Hockey East play picks up with a road series at Maine on October 20 and 21. The Huskies are home for the first time, after a seven-game road trip, when they host Syracuse for a weekend series on October 26 and 27. Connecticut hosts non-conference games against Syracuse, St. Lawrence (Nov. 18) and Princeton (Jan. 2-3). UConn will visit Union, RPI (Oct., 5-6), Colgate (Oct. 12-13), Harvard (Jan. 15) and will participate in the Nutmeg Classic hosted by Yale with a semi-final matchup against the Bulldogs. The Hockey East Championship is scheduled for March 9-10 in Hyannis, Mass., with the quarterfinal round taking place between March 2 and 4. For the first time in league history, all eight teams will qualify for the post season.


M aude B lain

Defense - Magog, Quebec

Senior

81

2011-12: Skated in 24 games on the blue line and served as an assistant captain as a junior...totaled eight points on seven assists and one goal... scored lone goal of the season on a power play opportunity at St. Lawrence (10/8)...recorded first assist of the season against No. 5 MinnesotaDuluth (10/14)...dished out two assists in a 2-2 tie at Vermont (12/4). 2010-11: Ended the season with 14 points on four goals and 10 assists…recorded multiple points against Clarkson (10/9) with a goal and an assist…notched UConn’s second goal in a 2-2 tie versus No. 8 Boston College (10/30)…assisted on UConn’s lone goals at Providence (12/5) and at Union (12/8)…registered the assist on the game-tying goal versus Northeastern (2/6)…scored UConn’s first goal against Providence (2/13)…registered an assist on the lone goal against No. 3 Boston University (1/28)…named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. 2009-10: Concluded her rookie campaign with a +3 rating and a five-goal and four-assist effort…finished the opening weekend with a com-

bined five shots on goal at No. 5 New Hampshire (10/3) and at Northeastern (10/4)…assisted one goal in the home opener versus Syracuse (10/16) for first point of collegiate career…was plus-two after 2-0 week (10/23-24)…assisted the game-tying goal against Providence (11/1)… scored the first goal of her career, a shorthanded mark, at Robert Morris (1/8)…tallied the first goal of the game against Maine (1/22)…scored a pair of goals at Providence (2/12), tacking on an assist in the regular season series finale (2/13)…named to the All-Hockey East Academic Team.

BEFORE UConn: Recorded 25 points in her final season as an assistant captain with St. Jerome – CEGEP…earned a spot in the all-star game

and was named to the all-star second team for the second-straight season…led the team to a gold medal at the Provincial Championships… named the Personality of the Year in 2007-08…was an assistant captain with Team Quebec, helping the team to a bronze medal at the 2007 Canada games…team captain at the 2007 Canadian Champions when Team Quebec took silver.

PERSONAL: Maude…daughter of Marc Blain and Marie-Andree Fortin…has two brothers, Marc-Andrew and Mikaël and a sister, Myriam… born on June 28, 1990…a psychology major.

Career Highs Points 3 at Robert Morris (1/8/10) Goals 2 at Providence (2/12/10) Assists 2 at Vermont (12/4/11)

Year GP 2009-10 36 2010-11 35 2011-12 24 Career 95

G A 5 4 4 10 1 7 10 21

Pts 9 14 8 31

PP SH 2 1 2 0 1 0 5 1

GW 0 0 0 0

P-PIM +/4-8 +3 12-24 -2 7-14 -16 23-46 -15


C aptain

K elly H oran

Forward - Methuen, Massachusetts

Senior

21

2011-12: Played in all 34 games as a sophomore...posted nine points on three goals and six assists...collected two helpers in the season opener, a 3-3 tie against RPI (9/30)...scored first goal of the season on a power play opportunity against Maine (10/21)...dished out an assist in a 3-0 win over Vermont (11/20)...posted an assist and added an empty netter in a 6-3 win over New Hampshire (2/5)...scored second power play goal of the season at No. 9 Boston College (2/19).

2010-11: Named the team’s Unsung Hero after leading the Huskies on and off the ice during the season…tabbed the Hockey East Player of the Week after notching game-winning goals in back-to-back victories against New Hampshire (11/13-14)…the game-winner at UNH on November 13th gave the Huskies their first win in Durham since the 2001 season…tied her career-high with three points on one goal and two assists against Sacred Heart (11/27) in the Nutmeg Classic…posted a goal in three straight games during January, including the game-winner at Maine (1/22) and UConn’s lone goal against No. 3 Boston University (1/28)…tallied two points on a pair of assists at Colgate (10/15)… notched her first goal of the season in a 3-1 victory over Clarkson (10/9)…assisted on the game-winner at Vermont (11/20)…recorded an assist on the game-tying goal against No. 8 Boston College (10/30). 2009-10: Second among rookies in overall scoring while leading the class with 13 points in Hockey East action…named the team’s Rookie of the Year…recorded her first collegiate point with an assist at No. 5 New Hampshire (10/3)…scored her first collegiate goal at Maine (11/8)… recorded a career-high three assists in the Nutmeg Classic Championship game at Yale (11/28)…had an assist in each game of the Boston University (12/4-5) series and scored her second of the season vs. the Terriers…took three shots on goal against Harvard (12/8)…scored the game-tying goal and added a pair of assists at Vermont (1/16 & 17)…received Hockey East Bauer Rookie of the Week honors after a two-goal performance against Maine (1/22)…had assists in back-to-back games (Boston University-1/29 & Vermont-1/30)…assisted the lone Connecticut goal against New Hampshire (2/7)…scored the opening goal of the Hockey East Quarterfinal matchup at Northeastern (2/27). BEFORE UConn: Team captain at Lawrence for three seasons...a three-time All-ISL Honorable Mention…New England Prep School Final run-

ner-up with Lawrence…helped the team to the 2007 ISL Championship and the 2007 Harrington Tournament Title…took home five National Championships with Assabet Valley (2002-2004, 2006, 2007)…four-year letterwinner in field hockey and three-year letterwinner in softball… was the 2005 field hockey Coaches’ Award recipient… pulled in all-conference honorable mention honors in 2006 and 2008…helped the team to an undefeated conference record in 2008 en route to the New England Championship…was a softball all-conference honoree in 2007 when Lawrence won the ISL Championship…an academic honor roll student for seven terms…earned academic excellence recognition in 2006.

PERSONAL: Kelly Anne…daughter of Bill and Colleen Horan…has one sister, Mary Kate…born on June 30, 1990…an human development and family studies major.

Career Highs Points Goals Assists

3

Twice (last, vs. SHU, 11/27/10) 2 Maine (1/22/11) 3 at Yale (11/28/09)

Year GP 2009-10 37 2010-11 35 2011-12 34 Career 106

G A 6 12 9 9 3 6 18 27

Pts 18 18 9 45

PP SH 0 0 3 0 2 0 5 0

GW 1 3 0 4

P-PIM +/4-8 +13 6-12 -7 8-16 -25 18-36 -19


A ssistant C aptain

C asey K najdek

Forward/Defense - Woodbury, Minnesota

Senior

5

2011-12: Played all 34 games as both a defenseman and center...recorded three assists on the season...first helper of the season came in a 3-3 tie at Clarkson (10/9)...collected another assist in a 2-2 home tie vs. Union (1/10)...final assist came at No. 7 Northeastern (2/4)...named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. 2010-11: Recorded three goals and one assist through 30 games for the Huskies, and missed the final five games due to an injury…posted the first goal of the contest against Maine (11/6) on a power play opportunity…notched an unassisted goal in the 2-0 victory at Vermont (11/20)… assisted on UConn’s second goal of the contest at Dartmouth (1/1).

2009-10: Led all with a +19 rating on the year…had one shot on goal at Northeastern (10/4)…was plus-one at No. 5 St. Lawrence (10/9)…

recorded an assist on the power play against Colgate (10/17)…finished with a pair of assists at Brown (10/23)…blocked two shots against Providence (11/1)…was plus-three at Maine (11/8)…scored the first goal of her career vs. Dartmouth (1/2)…scored the eventual gamewinner on the power play against Maine (1/23)…moved up to the offensive lineup at Boston University (1/29) and against Vermont (1/30)…was a +3 in the final month of the regular season…assisted the opening goal of the Hockey East Quarterfinal at Northeastern (2/27)…had two shots on goal in the Hockey East Championship game against Boston University (3/7).

BEFORE UConn: The 2008-09 Hill-Murray Outstanding Scholar Award recipient…five-time varsity letterwinner in ice hockey and softball… guided the hockey team to three-straight conference championships, earning all-conference accolades at the conclusion of each of those seasons…pulled in Minnesota State High School League All-State Honorable Mention in 2007-08…was a Pioneer Press All-State Honorable Mention as a senior captain…twice the second runner-ups in softball before earning a share of the conference title in 2009…all-conference honorable mention in 2007, earning a spot on the team in 2008 and 2009…selected the teams Most Valuable Player in 2009 in addition to all-state, all-section and all-conference accolades…captained the softball team as a senior…three-time academic letterwinner by achieving a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher…was an all-conference academic award recipient for hockey and softball during the 2008 and 2009 seasons…graduated Magna Cum Laude from Hill-Murray PERSONAL: Casey Marie…daughter of Michael and Bonnie Knajdek…has one brother, Mitchell…born on Sept. 17, 1990…an allied health sciences major.

Career Highs Points Goals Assists

2 1

at Brown (10/23/09)

Five Times (last, vs. SHU, 11/27/10) 2 at Brown (10/23/09)

Year GP 2009-10 37 2010-11 30 2011-12 34 Career 101

G A 2 5 3 1 0 3 5 9

Pts 7 4 3 14

PP SH 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0

GW 1 0 0 1

P-PIM +/11-22 +19 9-18 -19 8-16 -15 28-56 -15


K iana N auheim

Defense - Fairbanks, Alaska

Junior

3

2011-12: Skated in all 34 games and posted four assists, while playing on the UConn blue line...recorded an assist in the first game of the season against RPI (9/30)...picked up second assist of the season against No. 5 Minnesota-Duluth (10/15)...collected an assist in the Huskies’ first win of the season over Maine (10/22), 3-0...dished out another helper at No. 5 Boston University (11/19)...named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. 2010-11: Posted three points on one goal and two assists…tallied her first collegiate goal in a 4-2 victory over Northeastern (2/19)…notched

an assist on the lone UConn goal at Providence (2/12)…tallied an assist in UConn’s 6-2 victory over Robert Morris (1/9), ending the contest with a +3 rating…ended the contest against Sacred Heart (11/27) in the Nutmeg Classic with a +2 rating.

BEFORE UConn: Three-sport athlete at Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, N.H.…played for the Lady Bobcats for the past three years, reaching

the New England Quarterfinals each season…amassed 19 goals and 37 assists in 81 games…named to the New England Prep School Girls’ Ice Hockey All-Star Team (2009-10)…named 2009 outstanding Player at Rinksport…Brewster Academy was ranked second in NEPSAC with 252-1 record…helped Brewster capture Phillips Exeter Invitational Title (2009-10)…named to Cushing Academy E.G. Watkins All-Tournament Team en route to 2008-09 title…won the 2007-08 Deerfield Invitational with Brewster…four-year member of the USA Hockey Development Camp (2006-09)…played four years with the USA Hockey Pacific District Selects and USA Hockey Alaska Affiliate Selects…contributed MVP performance while guiding Pacific Selects to 2009 U16 Championship…was named the Martin Luther King Tournament MVP with Alaska Ice Breakers in 2009 USA Hockey U16 National Tournament…part of two-time New England Championship soccer squad in 2009 and 2007, finishing in the semifinals in 2008…graduated Magna Cum Laude and as the John Brewster Scholar at Brewster…also lettered in softball.

PERSONAL: Kiana Dawn Nauheim…daughter of Mark and Annette Nauheim…has a sister, Allison and a brother, Nick…born on June 18, 1992…an animal science major.

Career Highs Points 1 Seven Times (last, at Boston Univ., 11/19/11) Goals 1 Northeastern (2/19/11) Assists 1 Six Times (last, at Boston Univ., 11/19/11)

Year GP 2010-11 35 2011-12 34 Career 69

G A 1 2 0 4 1 6

Pts 3 4 7

PP SH 0 0 0 0 0 0

GW 0 0 0

P-PIM +/3-6 -18 9-18 -17 12-24 -35


S tephanie R aithby

Forward - London Ontario

Junior

10

2011-12: Skated in all 34 games, primarliy at center, as a sophomore...posted seven point on two goals and five assists...registered an assist in three straight games against No. 5 Minnesota-Duluth (10/14-15) and Maine (10/21)...netted first goal of the season at Syracuse (10/29)...tallied the game-winning goal and a pair of assists in a 6-3 victory over New Hampshire (2/5). 2010-11: Earned Most Improved Player honors after ending her rookie campaign with 12 points on six goals and six assists…posted the sec-

ond-best point total in the freshman class…recorded two multi-point games during the season…named the WHEA Rookie of the Week after posting one goal and two assists in a home-and-home series against Providence (2/12-13)…tallied a season-high three points against Sacred Heart (11/27) in the Nutmeg Classic with one goal and two assists…tallied a goal in UConn’s 6-2 victory over Robert Morris (1/9)…recorded the first goal in the 2-2 tie against Northeastern (2/6)…notched a season-best six shots against Clarkson (10/9) and Northeastern (2/6).

BEFORE UConn: Four-year member of the women’s ice hockey team at A.B. Lucas High School (London, Ont.)…led A.B. Lucas to the City Champ title for four straight seasons…won gold in both the OFSAA and the WOSSA Conferences in 2008…aided A.B. Lucas to four-consecutive WOSSA final appearances (2007-10)…was awarded the team’s MVP and the Major Athletic Award by A.B. Lucas High School…was the captain and MVP of the 2009 rugby team, winning the City Champ title in her final season…led Team Ontario rugby to consecutive gold medals in the 2007-08 and 2008-09 seasons…ran cross-country as well, helping A.B. Lucas claim the OFSSA, WOSSA and City championship titles in 2007…also three-year academic honor student. PERSONAL: Stephanie Raithby…daughter of Mark and Tricia Raithby…has a younger brother, Luke…born on Dec. 13, 1992…a biological sciences major.

Career Highs Points 3 New Hampshire (2/5/12) Goals 1 Eight Times (last, New Hampshire 2/5/12) Assists 2 Twice (last, New Hampshire 2/5/12)

Year GP 2010-11 35 2011-12 34 Career 69

G A 6 6 2 5 8 11

Pts 12 7 19

PP SH 0 0 0 0 0 0

GW 0 1 1

P-PIM +/14-28 -9 7-14 -15 21-42 -24


K ayla C ampero

Forward - Wallingford, Connecticut

Sophomore

48

2011-12: Played in 31 games as a freshman...totaled 14 points on seven goals and seven assists...named the Pro Ambition/Hockey East Rookie of the Week for the week ending December 5...recorded first career point on an assist against No. 5 Minnesota-Duluth (10/14)...scored first collegiate goal in a 3-0 home win over Vermont (11/20)...picked up a pair of assists in a 3-1 win over Yale (11/26) in the Nutmeg Classic consolation round, hosted by UConn...totaled three goals in a pair of 2-2 ties at Vermont (12/3-4), including two power play goals in the weekend finale...added goals against Harvard (1/3) and Brown (1/7) to run her goal-scoring streak to four straight games...scored seventh goal of the season at No. 9 Boston University (2/18).

Before UConn: Four-time letterwinner at Choate Rosemary Hall...led her team to a 21-4 record as a senior and a 19-1-2 record as a junior, including an undefeated regular season...also a four-time letterwinner in softball and three-time letterwinner in volleyball...part of the 2009 New England Championship volleyball team...led the softball team to a pair of Western New England titles during 2008 and 2009. Personal: Kayla Marisa...daughter of Mario Campero and Jacqueline DiNuccio...has one brother, Nikolas...born on August 6, 1993...prekinesiology major.

Career Highs Points 2 Twice (last, at Vermont, 12/4/11) Goals 2 at Vermont (12/4/11) Assists 2 Yale (11/26/11)

Year GP G A 2011-12 31 7 7 Career 31 7 7

Pts PP SH GW P-PIM +/14 2 0 0 10-20 -8 14 2 0 0 10-20 -8


R achel F arrel

Forward - Cheshire, Connecticut

Sophomore

8

2011-12: Played in all 34 games as a freshman...racked up seven points on four goals, two on the power play, and three assists...notched first collegiate point with an assist at St. Lawrence (10/8)...scored first collegiate goal on a power play against Maine (10/21) and followed up with a second goal the next night in a 3-0 win over the Black Bears (10/22)...collected an assist in a 2-2 tie at Vermont (12/4)...netted a goal at No. 7 Northeastern (2/4)...tallied two points on a goal and an assist in a 6-3 home win over New Hampshire (2/5). Before UConn: Four-year letterwinner at Westminster...selected as the team captain during her senior season...led Westminster to a pair of New England Championships, during 2010 and 2011...also led the squad to two Founders League Championships, during 2008 and 2010...also a four-year letterwinner in field hockey and softball...was the leading scorer during the 2009 and 2010 field hockey seasons...named first team All-Southern Connecticut Conference and second team all-state in 2007...part of three Founders League softball championship teams (2009, 2010 & 2011)...earned Superus Honors from 2008-2010...earned Summus High Honors in 2011...graduated Cum Laude. Personal: Rachel Lauren...daughter of Dennis and Patricia Farrel...has one brother, Steven and one sister, Emma...born on April 25, 1992... nursing major.

Career Highs Points 2 New Hampshire (2/5/12) Goals 1 Four Times (last, New Hampshire 2/5/12) Assists 1 Three Times (last, New Hampshire (2/5/12)

Year GP G A 2011-12 34 4 3 Career 34 4 3

Pts PP SH GW P-PIM +/7 2 0 0 11-22 -27 7 2 0 0 11-22 -27


17

C aitlin H ewes

Defense - Stillwater, Minnesota

Sophomore

A ssistant C aptain

2011-12: Appeared in all 34 games as a rookie...posted seven points on three goals and four assists...scored first collegiate goal in first career game, a 3-3 tie against RPI (9/30)...dished out assists in back-to-back games at Clarkson (10/9) and against No. 5 Minnesota-Duluth (10/14)... recorded a goal and an assist against Maine (10/21)...scored the game-winning goal against Yale (11/26) in the consolation game of the Nutmeg Classic, hosted by UConn...named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. Before UConn: Two-time All-State selection...led Stillwater Area high to a pair of Minnesota state championships during 2007 and 2009... voted the Stillwater Area MVP following her senior season after posting nine goals and 23 assists for 32 points...three-time Norris Best Defensemen...earned all-conference accolades as a senior while also earning all-conference honorable mention twice...also ran track and cross country in high school, earning All-State honors in both...placed fourth in the state in cross country, while also posting top-five finishes in the mile (2nd), 4x400 relay (4th) and the 2 mile (5th)...three-year National Honor Society member...earned All-State academic honors in all three sports. Personal: Caitlin E...daughter of David and Karen Hewes...has two brothers, Nate and Jake...born on June 28, 1993...a mathematics and actuarial science major.

Career Highs Points 2 Maine (10/21/11) Goals 1 Three Times (last,Yale 11/26/11) Assists 1 Four Times (last, New Hampshire 2/5/11)

Year GP G A 2011-12 34 3 4 Career 34 3 4

Pts PP SH GW P-PIM +/7 0 0 1 9-18 -25 7 0 0 1 9-18 -25


S arah M ac D onnell

Forward - Quispamsis, New Brunswick

Sophomore

26

2011-12: Skated in all 34 games as a rookie...totaled four points on three goals and one assist...scored first collegiate goal in her first career

game, a 3-3 tie against RPI (9/30)...found the back of the net against No. 5 Minnesota-Duluth (10/15)...first career assist came in a 3-0 win over Maine (10/22)...tallied a score against Providence (1/29)...named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.

Before UConn: Four-time letterwinner at Brewster Academy...named the team MVP following her senior season after becoming the sec-

ond all-time leading scorer at Brewster Academy...two-time member of the New England All Star team...earned a silver medal at the 2011 IIHF World Championships with Team Canada...served as the assistant captain of the 2011 U18 Canadian National Team...four-year member of Team New Brunswick, leading the squad to two Atlantic Championship Cup titles in 2006 and 2009...also a four-year letterwinner on the soccer and lacrosse teams...member of the 2009 and 2007 New England Championship soccer team...three-time New England All Star selection...member of the National Honor Society...graduated Brewster Academy Summa Cum Laude.

Personal: Sarah Marie...daughter of Mark and Janet MacDonnell...has one brother, Matthew...born on February 24, 1993...undecided on a

major.

Career Highs Points 1 Four Times (last, Providence, 1/29/12) Goals 1 Three Times (last, Providence, 1/29/12) Assists 1 Maine (10/22/11)

Year GP G A 2011-12 34 3 1 Career 34 3 1

Pts PP SH GW P-PIM +/4 0 0 0 7-25 -9 4 0 0 0 7-25 -9


E mily S nodgrass

Forward - Eagan, Minnesota

Sophomore

62

2011-12: Skated in all 34 games as a freshman...led the Huskies with 21 points on nine goals and 12 assists, all team-highs...named the Pro Ambition/Hockey East Rookie of the Week for the weeks ending November 21 and February 6...first collegiate point came with a power play goal and an assist in a 3-3 tie at Clarkson (10/9)...recorded a second straight multi-point game with a second power play goal and an assist against No. 5 Minnesota-Duluth (10/14)...first career multi-goal came with a pair of scores at No. 5 Boston University (11/19)...registered a five-game point-scoring streak between November 19 and December 3 and recorded at least one point in eight of nine games through January 10... netted third power play goal of the season in a 3-1 win over Yale (11/26) in the Nutmeg Classic consolation round, hosted by UConn...netted her team-leading fourth power play score at No. 7 Northeastern (2/4)...tallied a goal and an assist in a 6-3 win over New Hampshire (2/5)... found the back of the net for the ninth time of the season at No. 9 Boston University (2/19)...named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. Before UConn: Four-time All-Conference selection...graduated as the all-time leading scorer at Eastview with 97 goals and 91 assists...

led the South Suburban conference in goals as a senior, receiving Star Tribune All-Metro and Pioneer Press, Associated Press and Minnesota Coaches All-State Honorable Mention accolades...named team MVP...played three seasons in the Upper Midwest Elite League...also played lacrosse at Eastview, earning MVP, All-Conference and All-Academic honors...graduated as the all-time leading goal scorer...named Eastview’s Scholar Athlete of the Year...graduated with Highest Honors.

Personal: Emily Jo...daughter of Joe and Nancy Snodgrass...has one brother, John and one sister, Natalie...born on November 15, 1992...an allied health science major.

Career Highs Points 2 Four Times (last, New Hampshire, 2/5/12) Goals 2 at Boston Univ., 11/19/11) Assists 1 12 Times (last, at Boston College, 2/12/12)

Year GP G A Pts PP SH GW P-PIM +/2011-12 34 9 12 21 4 1 0 9-18 -11 Career 34 9 12 21 4 1 0 9-18 -11


E rin B urns

Defense - Listowel, Ontario

Junior

14

BEFORE UConn: Attended Niagara University and Syracuse University...skated in 33 games at NU last year and recorded eight points on one goal and seven assists...in 38 games at Syracuse from 2009-11, scored twice and dished out six assists...attended Listowel D.S.S. for high school, playing hockey under Leah Anne Goody...served as team captain and was named MVP all four years...selected to the Huron-Perth AllStar team and honored as the school’s Female Athlete of the Year four times...also played soccer and basketball...Ontario scholar recipient at Listowel...named to the Syracuse Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in 2009. PERSONAL: Erin Elizabeth...daughter of Brian and Louise Burns...has one brother, James and one sister, Meg...born on April 30, 1990...a resource economics major.

S arah M oses

Goaltender - New Hamburg, Ontario

Junior

31

BEFORE UConn: Attended Niagara University…stood between the pipes in 26 career games over two seasons…totaled 603 saves, a .900 save percentage and 2.90 goals against average…in 2011-12, posted a 5-7-5 record with 435 saves…twice named CHA Goaltender of the Week and was honored as the CHA Goaltender of the Month (January 2012)…All-CHA Second Team goalie in 2011-12…a member of the CHA All-Academic Team in 2011 and 2012. PERSONAL: Sarah Margaret...daughter of Greg and Amy Moses...has one brother, Cameron and one sister, Allison...born on September 23, 1991...an exploratory major.

E mily W alsh

Goaltender - Burr Ridge, Illinois

Sophomore

1

2011-12: Served as back-up goaltender. BEFORE UConn: Earned three varsity letters under head coach Jon Grzbek at Benet Academy…named team MVP and an ISHL All-Star as

a senior…holds the Benet record for career shutouts…also played two years of varsity soccer and one year of varsity lacrosse…member of the National Honors Society.

PERSONAL: Emily Jane...daughter of John and Therese Walsh...has two brothers, Martin and Kevin, and one sister, Claire...born on December 30, 1992...a biological sciences major.


B rittany B erisoff

Forward - Kelowna, British Columbia

Freshman

11

BEFORE UConn: Played five years of varsity hockey at Athol Murray College of Notre Dame for head coach Janice Rumpel…totaled 105 career points on 49 goals and 56 assists…served as an assistant captain in 2011-12…named to the league’s All-Star team as a senior…helped her team to provincial championships from 2009-12 and a National Championship in 2010-11…also earned varsity letters in soccer and softball. PERSONAL: Brittany Joy...daughter of Larry and April Berisoff...has two brothers, Brady and Trevor...born on May 14, 1994...an exploratory major.

L eah B uress

Forward - Windsor, Ontario

Freshman

94

BEFORE UConn: Earned four varsity letters under head coach Helen Dupuis at Holy Names C.H.S…led her team to the OWHA Championship and PWHL Final Four Gold in 2012…named to the Team Ontario Blue in 2011…Lettered three times in basketball and twice in soccer… honored as her school’s Best Female Athlete in 2010. PERSONAL: Leah Marie...daughter of Bryan and Nancy Buress...has three brothers, Nathan, Grant and Miles...born on May 25, 1994...an exploratory major.

M ichela C ava

Forward - Thunder Bay, Ontario

Freshman

24

BEFORE UConn: Played ice hockey at St. Ignatius in Thunder Bay, Ontario…guided team to 2012 provincial championship and silver medal at the ESSO Cup…named team MVP and captain as a senior…team won National Championship at ESSO Cup in 2010 as well as provincial championship.

PERSONAL: Michela Marie...daughter of George and Cathy Cava...has one brother, Jamie...born on March 26, 1994...a biological sciences

major.


E laine C huli

Goaltender - Waterford, Ontario

Freshman

29

BEFORE UConn: Attended Waterford District H.S…goaltender on the 2012 Team Canada U-18 World IIHF gold medal team…led Team Ontario Red to 2011 U-18 National Championship…participated in the National Goaltending Camp at Canada Olympic Park in Calgary in June 2012…played basketball and ran track & field in high school...earned Governor General’s Academic Medal.

PERSONAL: Elaine Monica...daughter of Rick and Jill Chuli...has one sister, Ericka...born on May 16, 1994...undecided on major.

A lice H ughes

Defense - La Canada, California

Freshman

16

BEFORE UConn: Played varsity ice hockey at Brewster Academy…captain of both the field hockey and ice hockey teams her senior year…

helped guide team to U-16 Bronze Medal at the National Championships in 2009…earned the coaches award for ice hockey in 2009 and field hockey in 2011.

PERSONAL: Alice Mann...daughter of Stephen and Lucy Hughes...has one sister...born on April 28, 1993...an exploratory major.

C assandra O pela

Defense - Penfield, New York

Freshman

12

BEFORE UConn: Attended Webster Schroeder H.S…played ice hockey for the Boston Shamrocks…four-time letterwinner in track & field… All-County selection sophomore, junior and senior seasons.

PERSONAL: Cassandra Heather...daughter of Paul Opela and Amy VanDerwerken...has one brother Zak...born on January 12, 1994...a prekinesiology major.

M argaret Z immer

Forward - St. Charles, Illinois

Freshman

19

BEFORE UConn: Attended Saint Charles North…played ice hockey for the Chicago Mission…helped team to second place finishes at na-

tionals in 2011 and 2012…team’s leading scorer in 2011…five-time state champion…four-time letterwinner in lacrosse as a goalie…senior year team captain and 2012 All-State selection…named an All-American Academic in lacrosse and an All-Conference Math Team selection.

PERSONAL: Margaret D...daughter of Daniel and Kathryn Zimmer...has one brother Robby...born on June 7, 1994...a biological sciences

major.


U niversity

of

C onnecticut W omen ’ s I ce H ockey

2011-12 Season Review Connecticut played to a seventh place finish in Hockey East last season with a 3-15-3 league record and remained in the playoff-hunt into the final weekend of the season. Overall, the Huskies posted a 4-23-7 record, with all four wins coming at the Freitas Ice Forum. UConn was 0-5-2 in its first seven games, including ties against RPI and Clarkson plus a one-goal loss to No. 5 Minnesota-Duluth. The Huskies posted their first win of the season with a home WHEA contest against Maine (10/22), 3-0. Sami Evelyn scored the game-winning goal and Nicole Paniccia stopped 31 shots for her first career shutout, earning the WHEA Defensive Player of the Week award. Emily Snodgrass was named the WHEA Rookie of the Week on November 21 for her efforts in a 1-1 weekend for UConn. She totaled three points on two goals and an assist, including a pair of scores at No. 5 Boston University and an assist in a 3-0 home win over Vermont. On Thanksgiving weekend, Connecticut hosted the Nutmeg Classic; bringing intrastate rivals Quinnipiac and Yale along with Robert Morris to Storrs. The Huskies fell in the semifinal round to Quinnipiac, 4-2, and later defeated Yale, 3-1, behind goals from Jocelyn Slattery, Caitlin Hewes and Snodgrass. Kayla Campero pulled in the team’s third weekly award as she claimed the WHEA Rookie of the Week award on December 5, following a pair of 2-2 ties at Vermont. Campero netted three goals against the Catamounts, including one game-tying goal and two power play scores. Sami Evelyn

Snodgrass earned her second Rookie of the Week award on February 6 after Connecticut posted a 1-1 record with a 3-2 loss at No. 7 Northeastern and a 6-3 win over New Hampshire. She tallied three points on two scores and an assist. Snodgrass found the back of the net for her fourth power play goal of the season at NU and added an insurance goal and an assist in the home win over UNH. The Huskies entered the final weekend of the season still in the running for a playoff spot. Facing No. 9 Boston University, Connecticut fell short with back-to-back one-goal losses, 3-2 in overtime at home and 2-1 on the road. Alexandra Garcia totaled 82 saves, 41 in each game, in her final two appearances for UConn. Snodgrass led the Huskies in all major scoring categories with nine goals, 12 assists and 16 points. Maggie Walsh landed second with 16 total points, tying Snodgrass with 12 assists to go with four scores. Campero (7, 7) and Slattery (6, 8) tied for third with 14 total points.

Alexandra Garcia

In net, Garcia started 18 games, while Paniccia got the nod 16 times. Paniccia held a 2.56 goals against average, .926 save percentage and 4-10-3 record. Garcia owned a 3.03 GAA and .911 save percentage in the crease.

2012-13 UConn WOMEN’S ICE Hockey

27


U niversity

of

C onnecticut W omen ’ s I ce H ockey

2011-12 Season Statistics overall Statistics ## Name GP G A 62 Snodgrass, Emily 34 9 12 28 Walsh, Maggie 33 4 12 48 Campero, Kayla 31 7 7 27 Slattery, Jocelyn 34 6 8 15 Evelyn, Sami 32 6 7 21 Horan, Kelly 34 3 6 81 Blain, Maude 24 1 7 8 Farrel, Rachel 34 4 3 17 Hewes, Caitlin 34 3 4 10 Raithby, Stephanie 34 2 5 18 Hewett, Rebecca 34 2 3 26 MacDonnell, Sarah 34 3 1 3 Nauheim, Kiana 34 0 4 7 Vakos, Alexandra 34 1 2 5 Knajdek, Casey 34 0 3 22 Welch, Jenna 32 2 0 24 Gross, Taylor 11 1 1 19 Brauer, Christie 22 1 0 14 Pridmore, Carli 34 0 1 Team 19 0 0 Total............... 34 55 86 Opponents........... 34 103 153

Pts Shots 21 84 16 47 14 52 14 51 13 93 9 45 8 33 7 60 7 43 7 54 5 37 4 56 4 23 3 37 3 43 2 14 2 19 1 12 1 1 0 0 141 804 256 1183

Goaltending Statistics ## Name GP-GS Minutes 37 Paniccia, Nicole 18-16 1007:45 83 Garcia, Alexandra 20-18 1048:42 EMPTY NET 19-0 20:46 Total............... 34-0 2077:13 Opponents........... 34-0 2077:13

GA 43 53 7 103 55

Pct .107 .085 .135 .118 .065 .067 .030 .067 .070 .037 .054 .054 .000 .027 .000 .143 .053 .083 .000 .000 .068 .087

+/- Pen-Min Min Maj Oth PP SH FG GW GTG OT HT PN UA -11 9-18 9 0 0 4 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 -13 10-20 10 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -9 6-12 6 0 0 2 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 -4 10-20 10 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 -10 12-35 10 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 -25 8-16 8 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 -16 7-14 7 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -26 11-22 11 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -26 9-18 9 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 -15 7-14 7 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 -20 11-22 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -9 7-25 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -17 9-18 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -19 4-8 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -15 8-16 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -6 3-6 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 -6 4-8 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -4 3-6 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -2 1-2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -253 140-302 136 2 2 16 2 13 4 2 0 0 0 5 - 137-282 136 0 1 15 8 21 23 5 1 0 0 11

Avg Saves Pct 2.56 539 .926 3.03 541 .911 - 0 .000 2.98 1080 .913 1.59 749 .932

W 4 0 0 4 23

L T Sho PP 10 3 2 7 13 4 0 8 0 0 0 0 23 7 2 15 4 7 8 16

SH 2 4 2 8 2

EN PEN SOG 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 7 0 0 1 0 0

Hockey East Statistics ## Name GP G A 62 Snodgrass, Emily 21 5 7 28 Walsh, Maggie 21 4 7 48 Campero, Kayla 19 5 4 15 Evelyn, Sami 21 4 5 27 Slattery, Jocelyn 21 2 6 8 Farrel, Rachel 21 4 2 21 Horan, Kelly 21 3 3 81 Blain, Maude 15 0 5 10 Raithby, Stephanie 21 1 3 17 Hewes, Caitlin 21 1 2 22 Welch, Jenna 21 2 0 26 MacDonnell, Sarah 21 1 1 3 Nauheim, Kiana 21 0 2 19 Brauer, Christie 11 1 0 24 Gross, Taylor 4 0 1 18 Hewett, Rebecca 21 0 1 5 Knajdek, Casey 21 0 1 14 Pridmore, Carli 21 0 1 7 Vakos, Alexandra 21 0 0 Total............... 21 33 51 Opponents........... 21 59 96 ## Name 37 Paniccia, Nicole 83 Garcia, Alexandra EMPTY NET Total............... Opponents...........

GP-GS 10-8 14-13 12-0 21-0 21-0

Bold indicates returning player

Pts Shots 12 53 11 34 9 38 9 63 8 31 6 39 6 28 5 15 4 34 3 24 2 11 2 32 2 12 1 10 1 7 1 23 1 29 1 0 0 22 84 505 155 733

Minutes 539:09 723:41 14:23 1277:13 1277:13

GA 18 36 5 59 33

Pct .094 .118 .132 .063 .065 .103 .107 .000 .029 .042 .182 .031 .000 .100 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .065 .080

+/- Pen-Min Min Maj Oth PP SH FG GW GTG OT HT PN UA -7 5-10 5 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 -11 9-18 9 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -7 4-8 4 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 -10 8-27 6 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 -5 8-16 8 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 -13 8-16 8 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -17 6-12 6 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 -8 4-8 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -11 3-6 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 -20 8-16 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -2 1-2 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 -5 2-4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -10 7-14 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -2 3-6 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -3 2-4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -12 5-10 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -9 7-14 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -10 2-4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -162 93-197 91 1 1 12 2 7 3 2 0 0 0 3 - 88-184 87 0 1 7 4 14 15 1 1 0 0 2

Avg Saves Pct 2.00 295 .942 2.98 379 .913 - 0 .000 2.77 674 .920 1.55 472 .935

W 3 0 0 3 15

L T Sho PP 5 1 2 3 10 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 15 3 2 7 3 3 6 12

SH 1 2 1 4 2

EN PEN SOG 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 5 0 0 1 0 0


U niversity

of

C onnecticut W omen ’ s I ce H ockey

Record Book Season Records

POINTS 1. 49 Dominique Thibault 2. 41 Jaclyn Hawkins 3. 40 Jaclyn Hawkins 4. 38 Dominique Thibault 5. 36 Jaclyn Hawkins 36 Kim Berry 7. 30 Michelle Binning 30 Michelle Binning 8. 29 Monique Weber 9. 28 Amy Hollstein 10. 27 Cristin Allen 27 Jaclyn Hawkins GOALS 1. 25 Jaclyn Hawkins 2. 24 Dominique Thibault 24 Dominique Thibault 4. 23 Kim Berry 5. 20 Michelle Binning 6. 18 Jaclyn Hawkins 7. 17 Michelle Binning 8. 14 Monique Weber 14 Jaclyn Hawkins 14 Dominique Thibault 14 Tiffany Owens ASSISTS 1. 27 Jaclyn Hawkins 2. 25 Dominique Thibault 3. 22 Cristin Allen 4. 21 Cristin Allen 5. 18 Jody Sydor 18 Jaclyn Hawkins 7. 17 Tiffany Owens 8. 16 Natalie Vibert 16 Shannon Connolly

2007-08 2007-08 2004-05 2008-09 2006-07 2001-02 2009-10 2008-09 2009-10 2008-09 2008-09 2005-06 2004-05 2008-09 2007-08 2001-02 2009-10 2006-07 2008-09 2009-10 2007-08 2006-07 2004-05 2007-08 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2008-09 2006-07 2004-05 2006-07 2004-05

10. 15 Jennifer Chaisson 15 Monique Weber 15 Amy Hollstein 15 Jaclyn Hawkins 15 Jaclyn Hawkins 15 Shannon Connolly WINS 1. 18 Alexandra Garcia 2. 17 Brittany Wilson 3. 16 Brittany Wilson 4. 15 Brittany Wilson 5. 17 Kaitlyn Shain SAVES 1. 968 Brittany Wilson 2. 903 Alexandra Garcia 3. 833 Shannon Murphy 4. 785 Kaitlyn Shain 5. 718 Alexandra Garcia GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. 1.60 Alexandra Garcia 2. 1.74 Jennie Bellonio 3. 1.96 Brittany Wilson 4. 2.07 Brittany Wilson 5. 2.27 Kaitlyn Shain SAVE PERCENTAGE 1. .935 Jennie Bellonio 2. .931 Alexandra Garcia 3. .926 Brittany Wilson .926 Kaitlyn Shain 5. .924 Brittany Wilson .924 Kaitlyn Shain SHUTOUTS 1. 6 Alexandra Garcia 2. 5 Alexandra Garcia 5 Brittany Wilson 5 Brittany Wilson 5 Kaitlyn Shain 5. 4 Brittany Wilson

Career Records

Jaclyn Hawkins

POINTS 1. 144 Jaclyn Hawkins 2. 122 Dominique Thibault 3. 88 Amy Hollstein 4. 84 Jennifer Chaisson 5. 78 Michelle Binning 6. 77 Tiffany Owens 7. 72 Cristin Allen 8. 65 Megan McLeod 9. 63 Natalie Vibert 10. 60 Nicole Tritter GOALS 1. 69 Jaclyn Hawkins 2. 62 Dominique Thibault 3. 47 Michelle Binning 4. 44 Amy Hollstein 5. 37 Tiffany Owens 6. 30 Kim Berry 7. 29 Nicole Tritter 8. 27 Jennifer Chaisson 9. 26 Megan McLeod 10. 25 Leslie Hurlburt

2009-10 2009-10 2008-09 2005-06 2004-05 2001-02 2009-10 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2004-05 2006-07 2010-11 2001-02 2005-06 2009-10 2009-10 2007-08 2008-09 2006-07 2004-05 2007-08 2009-10 2007-08 2005-06 2006-07 2004-05 2009-10 2010-11 2008-09 2007-08 2005-06 2006-07

2004-08 2006-09 2006-10 2007-11 2006-10 2001-05 2006-10 2001-05 2003-07 2005-09 2004-08 2006-09 2006-10 2006-10 2001-05 2001-03 2005-09 2007-11 2001-05 2003-07

Kaitlyn Shain ASSISTS 1. 75 Jaclyn Hawkins 2. 58 Cristin Allen 3. 57 Jennifer Chaisson 4. 50 Dominique Thibault 5. 44 Amy Hollstein 6. 41 Jody Sydor 7. 40 Natalie Vibert 40 Tiffany Owens 40 Sami Evelyn 10. 39 Megan McLeod WINS 1. 51 Brittany Wilson 2. 32 Kaitlyn Shain 3. 29 Alexandra Garcia 4. 12 Jennie Bellonio SAVES 1. 2,391 Brittany Wilson 2. 2,309 Alexandra Garcia 3. 2,272 Shannon Murphy 4. 2,267 Kaitlyn Shain GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. 2.22 Brittany Wilson 2. 2.26 Alexandra Garcia 3. 2.40 Kaitlyn Shain 4. 2.88 Shannon Murphy SAVE PERCENTAGE 1. .921 Alexandra Garcia .921 Brittany Wilson .921 Kaitlyn Shain 4. .906 Shannon Murphy SHUTOUTS 1. 15 Brittany Wilson 2. 11 Alexandra Garcia 3. 10 Kaitlyn Shain 4. 2 Jennie Bellonio 2 Shannon Murphy

2004-08 2006-10 2007-11 2006-09 2006-10 2007-11 2003-07 2001-05 2008-12 2001-05 2005-09 2002-06 2008-12 2006-10 2005-09 2008-12 2001-05 2002-06 2005-09 2008-12 2002-06 2001-05 2008-12 2005-09 2002-06 2001-05 2005-09 2008-12 2002-05 2006-09 2001-04

Active Players in Bold *minimum of 10 games played

2012-13 UConn WOMEN’S ICE Hockey

29


U niversity

of

C onnecticut W omen ’ s I ce H ockey

Record Book

Individual Game Records

GOALS 4 Natalie Phelps at Salve Regina (11/18/00) 3 Taylor Gross vs. Sacred Heart (11/27/10) 3 Dominque Thibault NORTHEASTERN (1/23/09) SACRED HEART (9/27/09) 3 Nicole Tritter SACRED HEART (9/27/09) 3 Jaclyn Hawkins MAINE (10/21/06) VERMONT (10/6/06) PROVIDENCE (10/15/05) NORTHEASTERN (2/26/05) NORTHEASTERN (1/29/05) 3 Leslie Hurlburt MAINE (3/7/04) 3 Kim Berry NORTHEASTERN (1/4/02) 3 Julie Marashio FINDLAY (10/25/01) 3 Carla Prince SALVE REGINA (12/5/00) 3 Nicole Perigard at Salve Regina (11/18/00) 3 Natalie Phelps at Salve Regina (12/5/00) ASSISTS 6 Laura Scarpa at Salve Regina (11/18/00) 5 Jocelyn Slattery vs. Sacred Heart (11/27/10) 4 Cristin Allen at Maine (11/8/09) 3 Rebecca Hewett at Brown (11/23/09) 3 Cristin Allen at Minnesota State (10/3/08) 3 Amy Hollstein COLGATE (10/10/08) POINTS 7 Laura Scarpa at Salve Regina (11/18/00) 5 Jocelyn Slattery vs. Sacred Heart (11/27/10) 5 Dominique Thibault SACRED HEART (9/27/08) 4 Cristin Allen at Maine (11/8/09) 4 Michelle Binning at Brown (10/23/09) 4 Nicole Tritter SACRED HEART (9/27/08) SAVES 55 Diana Cohen at Wayne State (1/20/01) 49 Kaitlyn Shain ST. LAWRENCE (11/26/05) 49 Brittany WIlson at Mercyhurst (1/19/07) 47 Diane Cohen at Holy Cross (2/15/01) 43 Alexandra Garcia NORTHEASTERN (2/20/11)

Team Awards

2001-02 Most Valuable Player Most Improved Player Unsung Hero

2002-03 Most Valuable Player Tiffany Owens Most Improved Players Erika Spaeth & Kaitlyn Shain Unsung Hero Jennifer Houlden 2003-04 Most Valuable Player Tiffany Owens Most Improved Players Molly Garrett & Katherine Van Deveire Unsung Heros Jennifer Houlden & Julia Marashio 2004-05 Most Valuable Player Most Improved Player Unsung Hero

Kaitlyn Shain Alicia Ramolla 2005 Senior Class

2005-06 Most Valuable Player Most Improved Player Unsung Hero

Kaitlyn Shain Bridget King Jennifer Houlden

2006-07 Most Valuable Player Most Improved Player Unsung Hero Pat Babcock Award Rookie

Brittany Wilson Olivia Hogan Jaclyn Hawkins Natalie Vibert Cristin Allen

2007-08 Most Valuable Player Most Improved Player Unsung Hero Pat Babcock Award Rookie

Dominique Thibault Jennie Bellonio Britney Chandler Jaclyn Hawkins Jody Sydor

2008-09 Most Valuable Player Most Improved Player Unsung Hero Rookie

Amy Hollstein Jessica Lutz Brianna Uliasz Rebecca Hewett

2009-10 Most Valuable Player Most Improved Player Unsung Hero Pat Babcock Award Rookie

Natalie Vibert 30

2012-13 UConn WOMEN’S ICE Hockey

Kim Berry Lauren O’Connor Tiffany Owens

Cristin Allen Tiffany Good Michelle Binning Amy Hollstein Kelly Horan

2010-11 Most Valuable Player Most Improved Player Unsung Hero Pat Babcock Award Rookie

Sami Evelyn Stephanie Raithby Kelly Horan Jennifer Chaisson Taylor Gross

2011-112 Most Improved Player Unsung Hero Rookie

Kayla Campero Casey Knajdek Emily Snodgrass

Tiffany Owens

All-Time Captains

2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Rana Swistak, Sr. (C) Stefanie Snow, So. (C) Sara Mahoney, So. (A) Julie Marashio, So. (A) Stefanie Snow, Jr. (C) Sara Mahoney, Jr. (A) Caitlin Salazer-Reid, So. (A) Stefanie Snow, Sr. (C) Shannon Connolly, Sr. (C) Jennifer Holden, Jr. (C) Tiffany Owens, Sr. (C) Megan McLeod, Sr. (A) Jennifer Houlden, Sr. (C) Alicia Ramolla, Jr. (C) Jaclyn Hawkins, So. (A) Jaclyn Hawkins, Jr., (C) Alicia Ramolla, Sr. (C) Natalie Vibert, Sr. (C) Jaclyn Hawkins, Sr. (C) Bridget King, Sr. (C) Nicole Tritter, Sr. (C) Dominique Thibault, Jr. (C) Amy Hollstein, Sr. (C) Cristin Allen, Sr. (A) Michelle Binning, Sr. (A) Jody Sydor, Jr. (A) Jody Sydor, Sr. (C) Jennifer Chaisson, Sr. (A) Brittany Murphy, Sr. (A) Sami Evelyn, Sr. (C) Rebecca Hewett, Sr. (C) Maude Blain, Jr. (A)


U niversity

of

C onnecticut W omen ’ s I ce H ockey

Year-By-Year Results

2000-01 Devon Hall, Marci Lambert & Rana Swistak Record: 3-10-0 [Independent] November 12 Manhattanville L, 0-19 18 at Salve Regina W, 12-0 29 at Connecticut College L, 1-8 December 5 Salve Regina W, 11-4 January 10 at Rensselaer L, 0-11

17 Rensselaer 20 at Wayne State 21 at Findlay 24 Holy Cross February 7 at Rensselaer 10 St. Michael’s 11 at Amherst College 15 at Holy Cross

2002-03 Stefanie Snow, Sara Mahoney & Caitlin Salazer-Reid L, 2-10 L, 0-9 L, 0-9 L, 1-9 L, 0-7 W, 6-3 L, 0-10 L, 1-6

2001-02 Stefanie Snow, Sara Mahoney & Julie Marashio Overall Record: 11-21-3 ECAC Record: 7-12-2 October 20 at Wisconsin L, 1-10 21 at Wisconsin T, 1-1 25 Findlay W, 7-4 28 at Boston College* W, 4-3 November 2 Northeastern* L, 1-3 3 at Northeastern* L, 3-5 9 Quinnipiac* W, 2-1 10 at Quinnipiac* W, 4-1 16 Ohio State L, 1-3 24 at Yale W, 3-1 25 at Princeton L, 2-3 ot December 1 at New Hampshire* W, 2-0 2 at New Hampshire* L, 1-3 7 at St. Cloud W, 4-2 8 at St. Cloud L, 1-3 12 Harvard L, 1-3 January 4 Northeastern* W, 3-1

6 at Maine* L, 2-4 12 Boston College* T, 1-1 13 Boston College* W, 4-1 16 at Quinnipiac* W, 5-1 19 at Brown L, 1-3 25 New Hampshire* L, 0-1 26 at Providence* L, 0-4 February 1 Niagara* L, 1-4 2 Niagara* L, 0-3 8 Wayne State W, 6-1 9 Wayne State L, 3-4 16 Providence* L, 2-4 17 at Providence* L. 1-3 23 at Niagara* L, 0-5 24 at Cornell L, 2-4 March 1 Maine* T, 3-3 2 Maine* L, 2-3 9 New Hampshire% L. 1-4 % ECAC Quarterfinal (Storrs, Conn.)

Overall Record: 11-20-4 Hockey East Record: 3-9-3 October 12 at Mercyhurst L, 0-2 13 at Mercyhurst L, 2-4 19 No. 6 Wisconsin L, 0-6 20 No. 6 Wisconsin L, 2-4 November 1 at Quinnipiac W, 4-0 2 Quinnipiac W, 2-0 9 at Northeastern* W, 2-1 ot 10 Northeastern* L, 1-3 16 at Findlay W, 2-0 17 at Ohio State L, 2-6 22 Niagara W, 3-2 26 at No. 2 Harvard L, 1-5 30 Cornell W, 2-1 December 1 Providence* T, 2-2 7 at No. 5 New Hampshire* L, 0-8 8 No. 5 New Hampshire* L, 1-2 30 at Boston College* T, 1-1

January 4 at Niagara W, 6-2 5 at Niagara T, 3-3 10 No. 5 St. Lawrence L, 1-5 11 No. 5 St. Lawrence L, 0-7 17 Maine* T, 2-2 19 No. 5 New Hampshire* L, 0-3 25 at No. 4 Dartmouth L, 1-8 26 at No. 4 Dartmouth L, 2-5 30 Quinnipiac W, 5-1 February 1 Brown W, 3-2 7 at No. 9 Providence* L, 2-3 8 No. 9 Providence* L, 1-2 14 Boston College* W, 1-0 OT 16 at Boston College* L, 2-3 21 at Northeastern* W, 1-0 March 1 at Maine* L, 0-2 2 at Maine* L, 1-5 15 vs. No. 8 Providence% L, 0-7 % Hockey East Semifinal (Boston, Mass.)

2003-04 Caitlin Salazer-Reid, Sara Mahoney & Stefanie Snow Overall Record: 9-19-6 Hockey East Record: 3-11-4 October 11 at North Dakota T, 1-1 12 at North Dakota W, 2-0 18 No. 9 Mercyhurst L, 1-2 19 No. 9 Mercyhurst T, 2-2 24 No. 8 New Hampshire* L, 2-4 26 at No. 8 New Hampshire* T, 1-1

November 1 Princeton 2 Princeton 7 Quinnipiac 15 No. 2 Dartmouth 16 No. 2 Dartmouth 22 Boston College* 23 at Boston College* 28 at No. 5 St. Lawrence 29 at No. 5 St. Lawrence

2012-13 UConn WOMEN’S ICE Hockey

L, 0-6 L, 1-6 W, 2-1 L, 0-1 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 L, 3-5 W, 3-2 31


U niversity

of

C onnecticut W omen ’ s I ce H ockey

Year-By-Year Results December 4 Yale W, 4-1 January 9 No. 10 Minnesota State L, 2-5 10 No. 10 Minnesota State L, 0-4 16 at Providence* L, 3-5 17 Providence* L, 1-3 23 at Maine* L, 0-2 24 at Maine* W, 3-2 30 Northeastern* L, 0-3 31 at Northeastern* T, 1-1

February 6 at Boston College* W, 4-3 8 Boston College* T, 3-3 14 Providence* L, 1-3 15 at Providence* L, 0-7 20 at No. 9 New Hampshire* L, 1-4 22 No. 9 New Hampshire* L, 2-7 28 at Northeastern* W, 4-2 29 Northeastern* T, 2-2 March 6 Maine* L, 1-5 7 Maine* L, 3-4

2004-05 Erika Spaeth, Megan McLeod, Caitlin Salazer-Reid, Lisa Beck, Tiffany Owens, Jacquelyn McGuire, Shannon Murphy, Shannon Connolly & Angie Wallace Overall Record: 16-12-8 Hockey East Record: 11-5-4 October 15 No. 5 St. Lawrence L, 5-6 16 No. 5 St. Lawrence L, 4-5 22 at No. 7 New Hampshire* L, 0-4 29 at Quinnipiac W, 2-1 31 at Yale W, 2-1 November 5 at Boston College* W, 4-1 7 Boston College* W, 3-2 12 North Dakota T, 2-2 13 North Dakota W, 5-2 19 at Minnesota State T, 2-2 20 at Minnesota State T, 2-2 27 at No. 8 Princeton L, 1-3 28 at No. 8 Princeton L, 0-2 December 4 at No. 8 New Hampshire* L, 2-5 8 No. 5 Harvard L, 3-5 January 4 at No. 9 Brown T, 3-3 8 at Niagara W, 2-0

9 at No. 5 Mercyhurst L, 1-4 15 No. 10 Providence* L, 3-4 16 at No. 10 Providence* T, 3-3 21 Maine* W, 4-1 22 Maine* L, 2-3 28 at Northeastern* W, 2-1 29 Northeastern* T, 4-4 February 4 Boston College* W, 4-1 6 at Boston College* L, 1-2 12 at No. 10 Providence* W, 5-3 13 No. 10 Providence* W, 3-2 19 No. 8 New Hampshire* T, 0-0 20 No. 8 New Hampshire* W, 3-2 26 Northeastern* W, 4-1 27 at Northeastern* T, 1-1 March 4 at Maine* W, 3-2 5 at Maine* W, 4-1 12 vs. No. 8 New Hampshire% W, 5-4 ot 13 vs. No. 9 Providence^ L, 1-3 % Hockey East Semifinal (Boston, Mass.) ^ Hockey East Final (Boston, Mass.)

2005-06 Kaitlyn Shain, Janelle Armitage & Jennifer Houlden Overall Record: 12-21-1 Hockey East Record: 10-11-0 October 7 at No. 3 Minnesota L, 0-3 15 No. 9 Providence* W, 3-1 22 at Maine* L, 0-1 ot 29 No. 10 Yale W, 3-0 30 Quinnipiac L, 2-3 November 4 at Wayne State L, 0-1 5 at Wayne State L, 2-3 12 Boston University* W, 3-0 13 at Northeastern* L, 2-3 19 at Boston College* L, 1-2 20 at Boston University* W, 1-0 ot 25 at No. 1 St. Lawrence L, 1-6 26 at No. 1 St. Lawrence L, 0-4 December 1 Vermont* W, 4-0 3 Boston College* L, 1-6

2006-07 Katherine VanDeveire, Natalie Vibert, Alicia Ramolla & Leslie Hurlburt Overall Record: 17-15-3 Hockey East Record: 12-7-2 October 6 Vermont* W, 8-2 7 Vermont* W, 3-0 14 Colgate W, 3-1 15 No. 4 St. Lawrence L, 0-3 21 Maine* W, 8-3 22 at Providence* W, 1-0 27 Wayne State W, 4-3

32

2012-13 UConn WOMEN’S ICE Hockey

6 Brown L, 0-1 10 at No. 9 Harvard L, 1-3 January 1 at Vermont* W, 2-1 2 at Vermont* W, 3-0 7 No. 6 Mercyhurst L, 0-4 8 Niagara W, 8-0 12 Rensselaer L, 1-2 14 at Dartmouth T, 1-1 15 at Boston University* L, 0-3 22 at No. 2 New Hampshire* L, 0-3 28 at Northeastern* W, 3-2 29 Northeastern* W, 10-1 February 4 Maine* W, 5-1 5 Maine* L, 1-2 11 Boston College* L, 0-4 17 No. 1 New Hampshire* L, 1-5 19 at No. 1 New Hampshire* L, 0-6 25 Providence* W, 2-1 26 at Providence* L, 2-5

28 Wayne State W, 3-2 November 3 at Ohio State L, 1-5 4 at Ohio State L, 0-2 11 at Boston University* W, 2-0 12 Northeastern* W, 3-2 ot 18 No. 10 Boston College* L, 1-5 19 Boston University* T, 2-2 December 2 at No. 10 Boston College* W, 4-2


U niversity

of

C onnecticut W omen ’ s I ce H ockey

Year-By-Year Results 5 No. 5 Harvard W, 3-2 29 at Yale L, 0-3 30 at Quinnipiac L, 1-2 January 4 at Vermont* L,2-3 6 No. 2 New Hampshire* L, 2-6 11 Boston University* L, 2-3 ot 13 No. 4 Dartmouth W. 4-2 19 at No. 1 Mercyhurst T. 3-3 20 at No. 1 Mercyhurst L, 0-5 27 Northeastern* W, 4-1 28 at Northeastern* W, 2-0

February 3 at Maine* W, 2-1 ot 4 at Maine* W, 3-1 7 at Brown L, 1-2 ot 10 at No. 9 Boston College* W, 3-2 16 No. 4 New Hampshire* L, 1-2 18 at No. 4 New Hampshire* T, 2-2 24 at Providence* L, 1-4 25 Providence* L, 3-6 March 3 vs. No. 4 New Hampshire% L, 0-2 % - Hockey East Semifinal (Durham, N.H.)

2007-08 Liz Gallinaro, Jaclyn Hawkins, Bridget King & Britney Chandler Overall Record: 22-8-5 Hockey East Record: 13-5-3 October 5 No. 10 Ohio State L, 2-3 6 No. 10 Ohio State W, 5-2 12 Minnesota State W, 2-0 13 Minnesota State W, 3-2 19 at No. 3 St. Lawrence W, 3-2 20 at Colgate W, 2-1 25 Providence* W, 5-0 27 at Northeastern* W, 5-3 31 at Rensselaer W, 3-2 ot November 4 Brown W, 2-1 ot 10 at New Hampshire* L, 2-8 11 Vermont* W, 4-1 16 at Maine* W, 4-2 29 No. 10 Boston College* T, 2-2 December 1 at No. 10 Boston College* L, 3-6 7 at No. 2 Harvard L, 0-2 29 at Quinnipiac W, 3-2 30 vs. Yale W, 3-2

January 4 Princeton T, 0-0 5 Princeton T, 1-1 11 at Vermont* W, 5-1 12 at Vermont* W, 6-0 18 at Boston University* W, 3-2 26 Boston College* T, 3-3 February 1 Northeastern* T, 1-1 2 Northeastern* W, 1-0 9 Providence* W, 3-0 10 at Providence* L, 3-5 16 Boston University* W, 2-1 ot 17 at Boston University* W, 4-2 23 Maine* W, 7-2 24 Maine* W, 5-4 March 1 at No. 2 New Hampshire* L, 0-5 2 at No. 2 New Hampshire* L, 1-6 8 vs. Providence% L, 1-5 % Hockey East Semifinal (Storrs, Conn.)

Team Season Records Games Played Games Won Games Lost Consecutive Wins Unbeaten Streak

37 22 21 9 9 9 11 11

(09-10) (07-08) (01-02) (09-10) (08-09) (07-08) (09-10) (07-08)

Consecutive Losses 6 (00-01) Goals Scored 100 (08-09) Goals Allowed 107 (02-03) PP Goals Scored 40 (04-05) PP Goals Allowed 31 (06-07) SH Goals Scored 6 (09-10) SH Goals Allowed 7 (02-03)

2008-09 Nicole Tritter, Kristen Russell, Samantha Reid, Brittany Wilson & Brianna Uliasz Overall Record: 19-12-4 Hockey East Record: 10-8-3 September 27 Sacred Heart W, 13-0 October 3 at Minnesota State W, 5-2 4 at Minnesota State L, 2-4 10 Colgate W, 4-1 11 No. 7 St. Lawrence T, 4-4 15 No. 5 New Hampshire* T, 3-3 18 at Vermont* W, 2-1 19 Northeastern* L, 0-3 24 at Princeton W, 3-0 25 at Princeton L, 1-4 November 8 Maine* W, 5-2 13 at Boston College* L, 2-3 16 at Providence* L, 0-2 20 No. 8 Boston College* L, 0-4 25 Brown W, 4-0 28 No. 10 Wayne State W, 5-4 29 Yale W, 3-2

December 4 No. 7 Boston College* W, 2-1 14 No. 9 Harvard W, 3-2 January 3 Vermont* W, 7-0 4 Vermont* W, 3-1 10 No. 9 Boston University* W, 3-0 16 No. 4 Mercyhurst W, 3-2 17 No. 4 Mercyhurst L, 2-5 23 Northeastern* W, 4-0 24 at Northeastern* W, 1-0 31 at Providence* L, 1-5 February 1 Providence* W, 2-1 ot 6 Boston University* T, 2-2 7 at Boston University* L, 1-3 13 at Maine* W, 3-1 14 at Maine* T, 2-2 21 No. 5 New Hampshire* L, 3-4 22 at No. 5 New Hampshire* L, 2-4 28 vs. Providence% L, 0-3 % Hockey East Quarterfinal (Providence, R.I.)

2009-10 Cristin Allen, Michelle Binning, Amy Hollstein, Tiffany Good, Jennie Bellonio & Christie Houser Overall Record: 21-9-7 Hockey East Record: 10-5-6 October 3 at No. 5 New Hampshire* L, 3-1 4 at Northeastern* T, 1-1 9 at No. 5 St. Lawrence W, 2-1 10 at No. 7 Clarkson L, 4-0 16 Syracuse W, 3-2 17 Colgate L, 5-2

23 at Brown W, 8-1 24 Union W, 4-1 31 at No. 4 New Hampshire* L, 3-1 November 1 Providence* T, 1-1 8 at Maine* W, 7-2 14 Boston College* T, 0-0 15 at Boston College* L, 4-0 27 vs. Quinnipiac W, 1-0

2012-13 UConn WOMEN’S ICE Hockey

33


U niversity

of

C onnecticut W omen ’ s I ce H ockey

Year-By-Year Results 28 at Yale W, 6-1 December 4 Boston University* W, 4-3 5 at Boston University* T, 1-1 8 at No. 6 Harvard L, 2-1 January 2 Dartmouth W, 3-2 3 Dartmouth T, 3-3 8 at Robert Morris# W, 4-2 9 at Robert Morris W, 4-0 16 at Vermont* W, 5-1 17 at Vermont* W, 4-1 22 Maine* W, 4-1 23 Maine* W, 2-1 29 at Boston University* W, 2-0 30 Vermont* W, 2-0

February 6 Boston College* W, 3-1 7 No. 4 New Hampshire* L, 4-1 12 at No. 8 Providence* T, 3-3 13 No. 8 Providence* W, 4-1 20 No. 8 Northeastern* T, 0-0 21 at No. 8 Northeastern* L, 2-0 27 at No. 7 Northeastern% W, 4-1 March 6 at No. 10 Providence^ W, 3-2 7 vs. Boston University^ L, 2-1 ot % Hockey Quarterfinal (Boston, Mass.) ^ Hockey East Semifinal (Providence, R.I.) ^ Hockey East Final (Providence, R.I.) # played at Mellon Arena

2010-11 Jennifer Chaisson, Jody Sydor & Brittany Murphy Overall Record: 13-19-3 Hockey East Record: 9-9-3 October 2 No. 10 New Hampshire * L, 1-2 9 Clarkson W, 3-1 10 St. Lawrence L, 2-3 15 at Colgate L, 3-5 16 at Syracuse L, 1-7 23 at No. 4 Minnesota Duluth L, 0-8 24 at No. 4 Minnesota Duluth L, 0-4 30 No. 8 Boston College * T, 2-2 31 at No. 8 Boston College * L, 0-3 November 6 Maine * W, 3-1 13 at New Hampshire * W, 1-0 14 New Hampshire * W, 2-1 20 at Vermont * W, 2-0 26 vs. Yale L, 2-5 27 vs. Sacred Heart W, 11-0 December 4 No. 5 Boston University * L, 0-4 5 at Providence * L, 1-5 8 at Union W, 1-0

January 1 at Dartmouth L, 2-9 2 at Dartmouth L, 0-5 8 Robert Morris L, 1-3 9 Robert Morris W, 6-2 14 Vermont * W, 2-0 15 Vermont * W, 1-0 21 at Maine * W, 3-0 22 at Maine * W, 3-1 28 at No. 3 Boston University * L, 1-2 29 No. 3 Boston University * L, 1-4 February 4 at No. 7 Boston College * L, 2-3 ot 6 Northeastern * T, 2-2 12 at Providence * L, 1-2 ot 13 Providence * # L, 3-4 19 at Northeastern * W, 4-2 20 Northeastern * T, 1-1 26 Northeastern % L, 0-4 % Hockey East Quarterfinal # Played at Rentschler Field

2012-13 Sami Evelyn, Alexandra Garcia & Rebecca Hewett Overall Record: 4-23-7 Hockey East Record: 3-15-3 September 30 RPI T, 2-2 October 1 RPI L, 0-2 8 at St. Lawrence L, 1-4 9 at Clarkson T, 3-3 14 No. 5 Minn.-Duluth L, 4-5 15 No. 5 Minn.-Duluth L, 1-6 21 Maine* L, 3-4 22 Maine* W, 3-0 28 at Syracuse L, 0-4 29 at Syracuse L, 1-2 November 4 at No. 9 Northeastern* L, 0-3 5 No. 9 Northeastern* L, 0-3 12 Providence L, 0-2 19 at No. 5 Boston University* L, 2-4 20 Vermont* W, 3-0 25 Quinnipiac L, 2-4 26 Yale W, 3-1

Hockey East Tournament 2005 March 12 • Semifinals (3) UConn 5, (2) UNH 4 (ot) March 13 • Finals (1) Providence 3, (3) UConn 1

2006 March 3 • Semifinals (1) UNH 2, (4) UConn 0

2007

March 8 • Semifinals (3) Providence 5, (2) UConn 1

2009

February 28 • Quarterfinals (4) Providence 3, (5) UConn 0

Hockey East Tournament Expanded to Six Teams in 2009 and Eight Teams in 2013

34

2012-13 UConn WOMEN’S ICE Hockey

December 3 at Vermont* T, 2-2 4 at Vermont* T, 2-2 January 3 No. 9 Harvard L, 1-8 7 Brown T, 1-1 10 Union T, 2-2 13 at New Hampshire* L, 0-1 14 at New Hampshire* L, 1-5 20 at Maine T, 1-1 22 No. 4 Boston College* L, 1-3 28 at Providence* L, 0-2 29 Providence* L, 2-5 February 4 at No. 7 Northeastern* L, 2-3 5 New Hampshire* W, 6-3 11 No. 6 Boston College* L, 0-5 12 at No. 6 Boston College* L, 2-6 18 No. 9 Boston Univ.* L, 2-3 (ot) L, 1-2 19 at No. 9 Boston Univ.*

2010

February 27 • Quarterfinals (4) UConn 4, (5) Northeastern 1 March 6 • Semifinals (4) UConn 3, (1) Providence 2 March 7 • Finals (3) BU 2, (4) UConn 1(ot)

2011

February 26 • Quarterfinals (5) Northeastern 4, (4) UConn 0


U niversity

of

C onnecticut W omen ’ s I ce H ockey

All-Time Opponents

BOSTON COLLEGE 13-13-7

Record Against All Opponents

Home: 7-5-6 • Away: 6-8-1

2/12/12 A L, 2-6 2/11/12 H L, 0-5 1/22/12 H L, 1-3 2/4/11 A L, 2-3 ot 10/31/10 A L, 0-3 10/30/10 H T, 2-2 2/6/10 H W, 3-1 11/15/09 A L, 4-0 11/14/09 H T, 0-0 ot 12/4/08 H W, 2-1 1/26/08 H T, 3-3 ot

12/1/07 11/29/07 2/10/07 12/2/06 11/18/06 2/11/06 12/3/05 11/19/05 2/6/05 2/4/06 11/7/04

A H A A H H H A A H H

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

11/5/04 1/8/04 1/6/04 11/23/03 11/22/03 2/16/03 2/14/03 12/30/02 1/13/02 1/12/03 10/28/01

A H A A H A H A H H A

W, 4-1 T, 3-3 W, 4-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 L, 2-3 W, 1-0 ot T, 1-1 W, 4-1 T, 1-1 W, 4-3

H A H H A A A

W, 2-1 ot W, 3-2 L, 2-3 ot T, 2-2 ot W, 2-0 L, 0-3 W, 1-0 ot

H H H A A A A H H H A

W, 4-1 L, 3-4 L, 1-5 W, 3-2 L, 0-2 L, 1-5 L, 0-2 T, 2-2 L, 2-3 T, 3-3 L, 2-4

H A A H H H A H H A A

L, 2-7 L, 1-4 T, 1-1 L, 2-4 L, 0-3 L, 1-2 L, 0-8 L, 1-4 L, 0-1 L, 1-3 W, 2-0

BOSTON UNIVERSITY 8-10-3 Home: 3-4-2 • Away: 5-5-1

2/19/12 2/18/12 11/19/11 1/29/11 1/28/11 12/4/10 3/7/10

A H A H A H N

L, 1-2 L, 2-3 ot L, 2-4 L, 1-4 L, 1-2 L, 0-4 L, 2-1 ot

1/29/10 12/5/09 12/4/09 2/7/09 2/6/09 1/10/09 2/17/08

A A H A H H A

W, 2-0 T, 1-1 ot W, 4-3 L, 3-1 T, 2-2 ot W, 3-0 W, 4-2

2/16/08 1/18/08 1/11/07 11/19/06 11/11/06 1/15/06 11/20/05

MAINE 20-11-4

Home: 10-6-2 • Away: 10-5-2 1/20/12 10/22/11 10/21/11 1/22/11 1/21/11 11/6/10 1/23/10 1/22/10 11/8/09 2/14/09 2/13/09 11/8/08

A H H A A H H H A A A H

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

2/24/08 2/23/08 11/16/07 2/4/07 2/3/07 10/21/06 2/5/06 2/4/06 10/22/05 3/5/05 3/4/05 1/22/05

H H A A A H H H A A A H

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

1/21/05 3/7/04 3/6/04 1/24/04 1/23/04 3/2/03 3/1/03 1/17/03 3/2/02 3/1/02 1/6/02

NEW HAMPSHIRE 6-27-4 Home: 3-12-2 • Away: 2-15-2

2/5/12 1/14/12 1/13/12 11/14/10 11/13/10 10/2/10 2/7/10 10/31/09 10/3/09 2/22/09 2/21/09 10/15/08 3/2/08

H A A H A H H A A A H H A

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

3/1/08 11/10/07 3/3/07 2/18/07 2/16/07 1/6/07 2/19/06 2/17/06 1/22/06 3/12/05 2/20/05 2/19/05 12/4/04

A A A A H H A H A N H H A

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

2/22/04 2/20/04 10/26/03 10/24/03 1/19/03 12/8/02 12/7/02 3/9/02 1/25/02 12/2/01 12/1/01

School Record Amherst College 0-1-0 Boston College 13-13-7 Boston University 8-10-3 Brown 4-3-2 Clarkson 1-1-1 Colgate 3-2-0 Connecticut College 0-1-0 Cornell 1-1-0 Dartmouth 1-6-1 Findlay 2-1-0 Harvard 2-7-0 Holy Cross 0-2-0 Maine 20-11-4 Manhattanville 0-1-1 Mercyhurst 1-7-2 Minnesota 0-1-0 Minnesota-Duluth 0-4-0 Minnesota State 1-4-2 New Hampshire 6-27-4 Niagara 4-3-1 North Dakota 2-0-2 Northeastern 17-11-9 Ohio State 1-3-0 Princeton 1-6-2 Providence 10-26-4 Quinnipiac 9-3-0 Rensselaer 1-5-1 Robert Morris 3-1-0 Sacred Heart 2-0-0 St. Cloud 1-1-0 St. Lawrence 3-10-1 St. Michael’s 1-0-0 Salve Regina 2-0-0 Syracuse 1-3-0 Union 2-0-1 Vermont 18-1-2 Wayne State 3-4-0 Wisconsin 0-3-1 Yale 8-2-0

First Meeting Last Meeting L, 0-10 (2/11/01) L, 0-10 (2/11/01 W, 4-3 (10/28/01) L, 2-6 (2/12/12) W, 3-0 (11/12/05) L, 1-2 (2/19/12) L, 1-3 (1/19/02) T, 1-1 (1/7/12) L, 0-4 (10/10/09) T, 3-3 (10/9/11) W, 3-1 (10/15/06) L, 3-5 (10/15/10) L, 1-8 (11/29/00) L, 1-8 (11/29/00) L, 2-4 (2/23/02) W, 2-1 (11/30/03) L, 1-8 (1/25/03) L, 0-5 (1/2/11) L, 0-9 (1/21/01) W, 2-0 (11/16/02) L, 1-3 (12/12/01) L, 1-8 (1/3/12) L, 1-9 (1/24/01) L, 1-6 (2/15/01) L, 2-4 (1/6/02) T, 1-1 (1/20/12) L, 0-19 (11/12/00) L, 0-19 (11/12/00) L, 0-2 (10/12/02) L, 2-5 (1/17/09) L, 0-3 (10/7/05) L, 0-3 (10/7/05) L, 0-8 (10/23/10) L, 1-6 (10/15/11) L, 2-5 (1/9/04) L, 2-4 (10/4/08) W, 2-0 (12/1/01) W, 6-3 (2/5/12) L, 1-4 (2/1/02) W, 8-0 (1/8/06) 10/11/03 (T, 1-1) W, 5-2 (11/13/04) L, 1-3 (11/2/01) L, 2-3 (2/4/12) L, 1-3 (11/16/01) W, 5-2 (10/6/07) L, 2-3 (11/25/01) L, 1-4 (10/25/08) L, 0-4 (1/26/02) L, 2-5 (1/29/12) W, 2-1 (11/9/01) L, 2-4 (11/25/11) L, 0-11 (1/10/01) L, 0-1 (10/1/11) W, 4-2 (1/8/10) W, 6-2 (1/9/11) W, 13-0 (9/27/08) W, 11-0 (11/27/10) W, 4-2 (12/7/01) L, 1-3 (12/8/01) L, 1-5 (1/10/03) L, 1-4 (10/8/11) W, 6-3 (2/10/01) W, 6-3 (2/10/01) W, 12-0 (11/18/00) W, 11-4 (12/5/00) W, 3-2 (10/16/09) L, 1-2 (10/29/11) W, 4-1 (11/24/09) T, 2-2 (1/10/12) W, 4-0 (12/1/05) T, 2-2 (12/4/11) L, 0-9 (1/20/01) W, 5-4 (11/28/08) L, 1-10 (10/20/01) L, 2-4 (10/20/02) W, 3-1 (11/24/01) W, 3-1 (11/26/11)

Bold indicates 2012-13 regular season opponent Italics indicates potential Nutmeg Classic opponent

NORTHEASTERN 17-11-9 Home: 6-6-6 • Away: 11-5-3

2/4/12 11/5/11 11/4/11 2/26/11 2/20/11 2/10/11 2/6/11 2/27/10 2/21/10 2/20/10 10/4/09 1/24/09 1/23/09

A H A H H A H A A H A A H

L, 2-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-4 T, 1-1 W, 4-2 T, 2-2 W, 4-1 L, 2-0 T, 0-0 ot T, 1-1 ot W, 1-0 W, 4-0

10/19/08 2/2/08 2/1/08 10/27/07 1/28/07 1/27/07 11/12/06 1/29/06 1/28/06 11/13/05 2/27/05 2/26/05 1/29/05

H A H A A H H H A A A H H

L, 0-3 W, 1-0 T, 1-1 ot W, 5-3 W, 2-0 W, 4-1 W, 3-2 ot W, 10-1 W, 3-2 L, 2-3 T, 1-1 W, 4-1 T, 4-4

1/28/05 2/29/04 2/28/04 1/31/04 1/30/04 2/21/03 11/10/02 11/9/02 1/4/02 11/3/01 11/2/01

A H A A H A H A H A H

W, 2-1 T, 2-2 W, 4-2 T, 1-1 L, 0-3 W, 1-0 L, 1-3 W, 2-1 W, 3-1 L, 3-5 L, 1-3

PROVIDENCE 10-26-4

UConn celebrates after defeating Providence to advance to the 2010 WHEA Championship

Home: 7-10-2 • Away: 3-13-2 1/29/12 H L, 2-5 1/28/12 A L, 0-2 11/12/11 H L, 0-2 2/13/11 H L, 3-4 2/12/11 A L, 1-2 ot 12/5/10 A L, 1-5 3/6/10 A W, 3-2 2/13/10 H W, 4-1 2/12/10 A T, 3-3 11/1/09 H T, 1-1 2/28/09 N L, 0-3 2/1/09 H W, 2-1 1/3/09 A L, 1-5 11/16/08 A L, 0-2

3/8/08 2/10/08 2/9/08 10/25/07 2/25/07 2/24/07 10/22/06 2/26/06 2/25/06 10/15/05 3/13/05 2/13/05 2/12/05 1/16/05

H A H H H A A A H H N H A A

L, 1-5 L, 3-5 W, 3-0 W, 5-0 L, 3-6 L, 1-4 W, 1-0 L, 2-5 W, 2-1 W, 3-1 L, 1-3 W, 3-2 W, 5-3 T, 3-3

1/15/05 2/15/04 2/14/04 1/17/04 1/16/04 3/15/03 2/8/03 2/7/03 12/1/02 2/17/02 2/16/02 1/26/02

H A H H A N H A H A H A

L, 3-4 L, 0-7 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 L, 3-5 L, 0-7 L, 1-2 L, 2-3 T, 2-2 L, 1-3 L, 2-4 L, 0-4

VERMONT 18-1-2

Home: 10-0-0 • Away: 8-1-2 12/4/11 12/3/11 11/20/11 1/15/11 1/14/11 11/14/10 1/30/10

A A H H H A H

T, 2-2 ot T, 2-2 ot W, 3-0 W, 1-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-0

1/17/10 1/16/10 1/4/09 1/3/09 10/18/08 1/12//08 1/11/08

A A H H A A A

W, 5-1 W, 4-1 W, 3-1 W, 7-0 W, 2-1 W, 6-0 W, 5-1

11/11/07 1/4/07 10/7/06 10/6/06 1/2/06 1/1/06 12/1/05

H A H H A A H

2012-13 UConn WOMEN’S ICE Hockey

W, 4-1 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 W, 8-2 W, 3-0 W, 2-1 W, 4-0

35


U niversity

of

C onnecticut W omen ’ s I ce H ockey

All-Time Letterwinners Name # Pos. Years GP G Goalie Stats (Min.

A Pts. GAA Sv%)

Name # Pos. Years GP G Goalie Stats (Min.

Allen, Cristin Armitage, Janelle Aud, Dani

25 D 2006-10 139 14 15 F 2002-06 129 13 4 F 2002-04 34 0

59 13 2

Bailey, Melissa Beck, Lisa Bellonio, Jennie Berry, Kim Binning, Michelle Blain, Maude Brauer, Christie Brozowski, Lauren

5 F 2000-01 13 6 3 13 D 2001-05 115 0 0 32 G 2006-10 20 1014:01 1.72 10 F 2001-03 53 30 18 97 F 2006-10 142 47 34 81 D 2009- 95 10 21 19 F 2011-12 22 1 0 11 F 2007-08 24 0 1

9 0 .932 48 81 31 1 1

MacDonnell, Sarah Mahoney, Sara Marashio, Julie McClane, Janice McGuire, Jacquelyn McLeod, Megan McNally, Erin Murphy, Brittany Murphy, Shannon

26 F 2011- 34 2 F 2001-04 94 11 F 2001-04 100 18 F 2000-01 13 12 F 2001-05 139 97 F 2001-05 136 19 D 2000-01 14 8 F 2007-11 141 29 G 2001-05 90

Nauheim, Kiana

3

D 2010-

69 1

6

7

Camardo, Jaclyn Camardo, Nicole Campero, Kayla Chaisson, Jennifer Chandler, Britney Charison, Jodie Cigna, Jusine Clark, Sarah Cohen, Diana Connolly, Shannon

11 F 2008-11 9 D 2008-11 48 F 2011- 13 F 2007-11 9 F 2004-08 8 F 2005-06 7 F 2006-09 15 F 2001-02 1 G 2000-01 18 F 2001-05

0 0 7 57 14 0 2 3 7.56 38

2 0 14 84 25 0 4 4 .802 58

O’Connell, Jen O’Connor, Lauren Oropallo, Allison Owens, Tiffany

5 5 9 93

F F F F

15 49 55 139

0 0 6 40

0 0 9 77

Paniccia, Nicole Perigard, Nicole Pridmore, Carli Prince, Carla

37 G 2010-12 24 1313:28 2.51 15 F 2000-01 12 5 6 14 D 2009-12 85 0 2 27 D 2000-01 13 4 2

.924 11 2 6

Danzig, Jena

4

1

1

Evelyn, Sami

15 D 2008-12 139 18

40

58

Raithby, Stephanie Ramolla, Allicia Reid, Samantha Russell, Kristen

10 F 2010- 69 26 D 2003-07 134 16 D 2005-09 66 19 F 2005-09 132

8 4 8 15

19 29 17 49

Farrell, Rachel Francis, Claire

8 F 2011- 34 4 35 G 2009-11 1 13:32

3 7 8.87 .875

Gallinaro, Liz Garcia, Alexandra Garrett, Molly Glasson, Sharon Good, Tiffany Grant, Emily Gross, Taylor

2 D 2004-08 140 11 23 83 G 2008-12 93 5223:57 2.26 17 D 2003-05 67 0 6 20 F 2000-01 10 0 1 93 F 2006-10 130 3 3 10 F 2002-03 18 0 0 24 F 2010-12 46 13 12

34 .921 6 1 6 0 25

Hartmayer, Emily Hawkins, Jaclyn Helh, Devon Hewes, Caitlin Hewett, Rebecca Hollstein, Amy Horan, Kelly Houlden, Jennifer Houser, Christie Hurlburt, Leslie

12 21 25 17 18 10 21 20 33 27

D F D F D F F D G F

2000-01 2004-08 2000-01 2011- 2008-12 2006-10 2009- 2002-06 2006-10 2003-07

4 75 0 4 33 44 27 23 - 23

4 144 0 7 39 88 45 29 48

Salazer-Reid, Caitlin Saxon, Jenny Scarpa, Laura Shain, Kaitlyn Slattery, Jocelyn Snodgrass, Emily Snow, Stefanie Spaeth, Erika Stathopulos, Elisabeth Stephens, Hollie Stosky, Laura Swistak, Rana Sydor, Jody

6 12 3 1 27 62 28 16 21 21 3 8 4

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

2001-05 2010-11 2000-01 2002-06 2010-12 2011- 2001-04 2001-05 2009-10 2000-01 2001-02 2000-01 2007-11

138 35 13 87 68 34 87 135 37 13 58 13 142

8 30 1 2 2 9 4858:39 2.40 10 15 9 12 7 14 4 16 9 14 6 4 9 12 0 0 8 41

38 3 11 .921 25 21 21 20 23 10 21 1 49

Thibault, Dominique Tosches, Mallory Tritter, Nicole Tuttle, Jaime

96 F 8 F 12 F 2 D

2006-09 2003-04 2005-09 2008-10

99 10 134 3

62 0 29 0

50 0 31 0

112 0 60 0

Uliasz, Brianna

24 D 2005-09 139 7

14

21

Johnson, Elizabeth

10

F

2000-01 13 0

0

0

King, Bridget King, Molly Knajdek, Casey Korovilas, Georgia

14 F/D 2004-08 137 4 15 F 2006-07 12 0 5 D 2009- 101 5 11 D/F 2005-07 37 0

19 0 9 0

23 0 14 0

11 4 12 40

15 8 25 63

Lambert, Marcie LeFave, Nicole LeMond, Lauren Lutz, Jessica

24 F 2000-01 13 7 D 2003-05 13 22 F 2008-10 72 17 F 2007-10 95

0 0 6 13

0 0 8 17

-A-B-

-C-

-D-E-F-

-G-

-H-

-J-

-K-

-L-

36

F

97 63 31 139 140 2 88 34 13 125

2 0 7 27 11 0 2 1 745:59 20

2005-06 17 0

13 137 13 34 141 142 106 139 - 137

2012-13 UConn WOMEN’S ICE Hockey

0 69 0 3 6 44 18 6 - 25

0 0 2 4

73 26 2

-M-

-N-O-

-P-

-R-

-S-

-T-

-U-V-

2002-03 2001-03 2001-03 2001-05

A Pts. GAA Sv%)

3 1 21 19 4 4 0 0 22 26 26 39 2 2 23 25 4936:56 2.88

0 0 3 37

11 25 9 34

Vakos, Alexandra 7 F VanDam, Jill 21 F VanDeveire, Katherine 3 F Vibert, Natalie 22 D

2010- 2002-03 2003-07 2003-07

68 33 134 135

4 4 13 23

Wallace, Angie Walsh, Maggie Weber, Monique Welch, Jenna Wilson, Brittany

19 F 28 F 26 F 22 F 35 G

2001-05 2011- 2008-10 2010- 2005-09

134 33 77 35 98

17 16 4 12 24 30 1 4 5552:38 2.22

Zuba, Michelle

17

2000-01 13 2

-W-

-Z-

F

1

4 40 9 0 48 65 4 48 .906

33 16 54 5 .921 3


U niversity

of

C onnecticut W omen ’ s I ce H ockey

Individual Awards

Cristin Allen

Jennifer Chaisson

2010 Best Defensemen 2010 First Team 2009 Second Team

2010 Best Defensive Forward 2008 Rookie Team

Jaclyn Hawkins

Kaitlyn Shain

2008 Sportsmanship Award 2007 Second Team 2006 Honorable Mention 2005 Rookie of the Year 2005 Rookie & Second Team

Natalie Vibert 2007 First Team 2005 First Team 2004 Rookie Team

2006 First Team 2005 Second Team 2004 Rookie Team

Monique Weber

2010 Honorable Mention

Sami Evelyn

Alexandra Garcia

2011 Second Team

2011 Player of the Year Runner-Up 2011 Second Team 2010 Honorable Mention

Jody Sydor

Dominique Thibault

2010 Honorable Mention 2008 Rookie Team

Brittany Wilson

2009 Honorable Mention 2007 First Team

2009 Second Team 2008 Player of the Year 2008 First Team 2007 Rookie Team

Lisa Beck

2004 & 2005 Top Student-Athlete Three-Time Academic All-Star

2012-13 UConn WOMEN’S ICE Hockey

37


U niversity

of

C onnecticut W omen ’ s I ce H ockey

Individual Awards

New England All-Stars

Cristin Allen

2010 Hockey East's Inaugural Best Defensemen

Natalie Vibert 2004-05 Selection

Kaitlyn Shain 2005-06 Selection

Jennifer Chaisson

2010 Hockey East's Inaugural Gladiator Best Defensive Forward

Brittany Wilson 2006-07 Selection

Jaclyn Hawkins

2008 Hockey East Sportsmanship Award Recipient

Jaclyn Hawkins 2007-08 Selection

Dominique Thibault 2007-08 Selection

Jody Sydor

2008 Mission Rookie Team

Cristin Allen

2008-09 & 2009-10 Selection 38

2012-13 UConn WOMEN’S ICE Hockey


U niversity

of

C onnecticut W omen ’ s I ce H ockey

Support Staff Strength and Conditioning

Maureen Butler • Asst. Strength & Conditioning Coach

The strength and conditioning program for the University of Connecticut is under the supervision of UConn Strength and Conditioning Coordinator Jerry Martin. The Strength and Conditioning staff services all 24 of Connecticut’s intercollegiate teams. Assisting directly with the Strength and conditioning efforts for UConn hockey is strength and conditioning staff member Maureen Butler. Butler has worked with the USA Women's Hockey U-18 team. UConn hockey players have the use of two different weight rooms in the Harry A. Gampel Pavilion and the newly remodeled Hugh S. Greer Field House. In all, there are over 8,000 square feet of weight training facilities available for all UConn student-athletes. The weight room in the Harry A. Gampel Pavilion is a free weight facility and supplies the Husky student-athletes areas in which to perform their power and Olympic lifts. The facility in the Greer Field House is fitted with more free weights in which the UConn hockey players can incorporate circuit training, speed training and heavy negative workouts into their total strength-training program. Jerry Martin and his staff supervise a strength and conditioning program for each individual athlete for training all year long. Each program can be manipulated in order to fulfill the specific needs of the individual. Specific testing is done to each hockey player to monitor progress in strength, power, body composition, anaerobic conditioning and flexibility. These tests provide the coaches and medical staff with an accurate athletic profile on each athlete.

Counseling Program for Intercollegiate Athletes

Becky Taylor • CPIA Counselor

The University of Connecticut is committed to each hockey player, and all of its student-athletes, as a total person. Participation in athletics is important, but it represents only one aspect of the student-athlete’s college experience. At the University of Connecticut, academic achievement is the primary concern. Impressively, for the past five years the Connecticut student-athlete retention rate has been 99.0 percent. The University's commitment to the student-athlete is a dual one. Participation in athletics is not viewed as an obstacle to the attainment of one's educational goals, rather it is seen as a complementary activity. Each supports the other. Athletic excellence is stressed, but academic achievement is never compromised - indeed, it is given the utmost priority. The University realizes that the hockey team and all student-athletes, due to their academic involvement, are required to commit a large percentage of their personal time to University sponsored athletic activities. For this reason, the University recognizes the need for a support program for its intercollegiate athletes. The Counseling Program for Intercollegiate Athletes (CPIA) constantly assists all student-athletes in achieving their academic goals. The CPIA staff serves as a liaison to the academic faculty, the Division of Athletics, and the student-athlete. In serving as a liaison between the Connecticut student-athletes and University faculty and staff, the CPIA counselors also provide assistance in securing appropriate support services available with the University. These include orientation for student-athletes, supervised study halls, individual tutors and tutorial centers (an English/Writing Center, Math Center and Reading Center), and learning skills seminars. For the past three years, the writing lab and computers have been networked to a national database which allow all student-athletes to do research at their actual computer stations.

Department of Sports Medicine

Dr. Tom Trojian • Team Physician Janelle Francisco • Athletic Trainer

The Department of Sports Medicine in the University of Connecticut Division of Athletics works as an integrated multidisciplinary team whose purpose is to provide the optimal, safe environment for the hockey student-athletes to train and participate in their sport. The staff takes great pride in the individual attention paid to each student-athlete. They are devoted to preventing injury, rapidly diagnosing and treating injury and maximizing athletic performance. The disciplines of athletic training, strength and conditioning, sports medicine, orthopaedic sports medicine, optometry, nutrition, exercise physiology, and psychology work in concert to provide comprehensive care for the student-athlete. The women's hockey team is spearheaded by Athletic Trainer Janelle Francisco. Physician coverage is provided by Jeffrey Anderson, MD, the Director of Sports Medicine and Team Physician Thomas Trojian, MD. The Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Specialists for the team include Edward Collins, MD of the Connecticut Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center in Willimantic, Barry Messinger, MD of Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Surgery in Manchester, Michael Joyce, MD of Glastonbury and St. Francis Hospital and Robert Arciero, MD of the University of Connecticut Health Center Department of Orthopaedics in Farmington. The Department of Sports Medicine works intimately with the Departments of Kinesiology and Nutritional Sciences on the University of Connecticut campus. This affords the student-athletes with the input of several nationally recognized exercise scientists. This cooperation also keeps the sports medicine staff at the cutting edge of developments in the fields of human performance and sports nutrition. Members of the sports medicine staff are actively engaged in research that directly benefits the care of all student-athletes. The UConn Sports Medicine team is housed in state-of-the-art facilities in the Hugh S. Greer Field House and the Harry A. Gampel Pavilion, as well as a new and expanded sports medicine treatment center located in The Burton Family Football Complex. In addition to providing the finest in medical care for the UConn hockey program, the Department of Sports Medicine at the University of Connecticut administers to the daily needs of 600 male and female intercollegiate student-athletes who are competing in 24 different varsity programs. The Department of Sports Medicine at the University of Connecticut plays a critical role in assuring that all UConn student-athletes have 24-hour access to the finest medical support and quality health care possible. Through patient care and ongoing research and education, the department continues to provide Husky teams a competitive edge from the medical perspective.

Doug Gnodtke Senior Associate Director of Athletics of Internal Relations

Mike Iacampo Rink Manager of Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum

Chris Iacampo Equipment Manager

Kim Gibbons Administrative Assistant

2012-13 UConn WOMEN’S ICE Hockey

39


U niversity

of

C onnecticut W omen ’ s I ce H ockey

Hockey East Association Commissioner................................................................................................... Joe Bertagna Associate Commissioner.........................................................................Kathy Wynters Asst. Commissioner for Public Relations...........................................Peter Souris Supervisor of Officials..........................................................................David Lezenski Asst. Supervisor of Officials..................................................................... Bob Quinn Web Site Coordinator........................................................................... Dan Parkhurst Coord. of Minor Officials.............................................................................. Jim Prior 2012-13 Graduate Intern.........................................................................Kristen Blake The Women’s Hockey East Association will celebrate its 11th season of play after officially commencing league action in the fall of 2002. In 10 years, the conference has emerged as one of the top women’s ice hockey conferences in the nation, having sent six teams to the Frozen Four and 13 teams to the NCAA Tournament, which includes the most successful season in 2010-2011, sending Boston University and Boston College to the Frozen Four with the Terriers making the league’s second appearance in the NCAA National Championship Game. In 2012, the Boston University Terriers captured their second WHEA Tournament Title against Providence in double overtime in March at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center in Hyannis. The Northeastern Huskies earned their first regular-season championship in school history last February. Northeastern senior goaltender Florence Schelling was named the Hockey East Player of the Year for the second time in her career, while teammate Kendall Coyne earned Rookie of the Year honors. Maine head coach Maria Lewis and Northeastern head coach Dave Flint were named Co-Coach of the Year, the first time in league history that two coaches were bestowed the honor. Hockey East announced 89 student-athletes were named to the league’s 2011-12 All-Academic Team in the conferences 10th season of play in June. Vermont sophomore defenseman Megan Dalbec and Maine freshman forward Katelyn Massey shared the distinction as Hockey East Top-Scholar Athlete, as the duo earned perfect 4.0 GPA’s for the season. Dalbec received the award for the second consecutive season with the Catamounts. The league also honored seven student-athletes that received “Distinguished Scholar” status. Those earning “Distinguished Scholar” status achieved a 3.0 or better in each semester over four varsity seasons. Boston College led the way with three athletes earning the honor in goaltender Kiera Kingston, defenseman Kristin Regan and forward Megan Shea, while Maine had two honorees in defenseman Melissa Gagnon and Ashley Norum. Boston University defenseman Kasey Boucher and Connecticut goaltender Alexandra Garcia were also bestowed the honor. In February 2007, the league debuted its inaugural “Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer”. The one-day event was hosted by Hockey East schools as a way to establish a greater fan base, to raise needed funds, and to work with the specific charities to raise awareness for both the league and the specific cause. In the initial year, close to $20,000 was donated back to local breast cancer charities (Friends of Mel’s Foundation and the American Cancer Society), vastly exceeding expectations. Last year a league single-season record of $45,215 was raised to bring the six-year total to nearly $200,000. “Skating Strides” has won two national awards at NACMA in the “Single Day Attendance Promotion” category in 2007 and 2009. The sixth

40

2012-13 UConn WOMEN’S ICE Hockey

annual “Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer” will have an event on every WHEA campus this season, as well as participation by all of the Hockey East men’s teams over the course of a two weekends. History As women’s ice hockey steadily expanded from its original status as an emerging sport to its current status as an established NCAA championship sport, it became apparent that Hockey East should seriously consider sponsoring a separate league to accommodate its five member schools that initially had varsity programs for women: Boston College, Maine, New Hampshire, Northeastern and Providence. The uncertainty remained until a split in the Eastern College Athletic Conference grouped the five aforementioned programs into a separate league, the ECAC Women’s Eastern League, along with three other unaffiliated programs. Seeking league solidarity, administrators from the five Hockey East institutions acted. In September of 2001, the long-incubated idea became a reality when the athletic directors voted to found the new women’s league under the existing Hockey East banner, with play scheduled to begin no later than the 2004-05 season. The five schools with varsity programs entered as charter members with the stipulation that any other Hockey East school that added a varsity women’s program in the future would be freely admitted to the league. Expediting the process in the interests of the participating teams, the league and the sport itself, Commissioner Joe Bertagna worked with a selected task force to successfully prepare the Hockey East women’s league for launch in the 2002-03 season, two years ahead of schedule. An important part of that process was the acceptance of an invitation extended to the University of Connecticut to join the newly formed league as its sixth active member. The triumphant effort immediately afforded the participating administrators a stronger voice in the advancement of their women’s ice hockey programs and alleviated the ECAC of continuing the maintenance of the Women’s Eastern League. Players, fans, coaches and administrators alike were all anticipating the intensified competition created by the new circle of teams that were already familiar rivals. In 2005, the Women’s Hockey East Association welcomed the addition of two more teams to its growing family, Boston University and the University of Vermont. For BU, it marked the inaugural season for women’s hockey as a varsity sport. The league athletic directors voted in June of 2012 to expand the playoff format and now all eight teams will qualify for the playoffs beginning in 2012-13 season, as opposed to six and four in previous seasons. Although the Women’s Hockey East Association is still in its infancy, its member programs have

storied histories that include several championships and individual awards at the highest levels of play. The first 13 ECAC championships were shared among New Hampshire, Northeastern and Providence, all charter members of Hockey East. Northeastern forward Brooke Whitney was named the recipient of the 2002 Patty Kazmaier Award as the nation’s top female collegiate player, an honor first won by New Hampshire’s Brandy Fisher in 1998. Had the award been in existence beforehand, it surely would have been won at some point by Cammi Granato, a three-time ECAC Player of the Year who led Providence to back-to-back championships in 1992 and 1993. Five years later, in 1998, alongside nine other alums of what are now Hockey East programs, Granato captained Team USA to the Olympic gold medal during the first Olympic tournament that featured women’s ice hockey as a medal sport. Granato was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame in October of 2010 for her contributions to the sport. Beginning in 2009, the WHEA athletic directors voted to honor the league Player of the Year with the Cammi Granato Award. Perhaps the proudest legacy that the Women’s Hockey East Association has established is the Hockey Humanitarian Award. The most prestigious off-ice honor, and arguably the highest overall honor in the sport, the Hockey Humanitarian Award recognizes college hockey’s finest citizen each year and encompasses both male and female athletes in all divisions. Its winners have demonstrated outstanding contributions to society through leadership in charity work and volunteerism. Northeastern senior forward Missy Elumba was the 2009 recipient, as the fifth Hockey East student-athlete to receive the prestigious honor. Elumba was the 14th all-time recipient and joined former Husky goaltender Chanda Gunn, who received the award in 2004, as the second athlete in Northeastern women’s hockey history. BC’s Sarah Carlson received it in 2005, making Women’s Hockey East the first league to boast back-to-back winners.

2011-12 Hockey East Final Standings 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8.

Northeastern Boston College* Boston University* Providence Maine New Hampshire Connecticut Vermont

22-7-4 24-10-3 23-14-1 16-17-4 17-11-6 10-22-3 4-23-7 4-22-6

* - NCAA Tournament Participant


The University of

ConneCTiCUT Distinctions • U.S. News & World Report ranks UConn among the top 20 public universities in the nation. • UConn is the only public university in New England with its own schools of law, medicine, dental medicine, and social work. • Founded in 1881, UConn is the only public university in Connecticut to be designated a Carnegie Foundation Research University, lauded for breadth and range of research.

• The American Academy of Kinesiology and Physical Education ranks the Neag School of Education’s doctoral program in kinesiology No. 1 in the nation. • UConn’s School of Business is ranked among the Top 25 public undergraduate business programs in the U.S. according to U.S. News & World Report. • The University has been elected to membership in Universitas 21, a preeminent international network of leading research-intensive universities in 15 countries.

2012-13 UConn WOMEN’S ICE Hockey

41


Location • Main campus is located in Storrs, about 30 minutes from Hartford, the state’s capital city, and within driving distance of Boston, New York City, and Providence. • Campuses are situated in ideal locations at Avery Point, Waterbury, West Hartford, Stamford, and Torrington. • UConn Health Center in Farmington and Schools of Law and Social Work in the greater Hartford area complete the University’s high-quality programs available statewide.

acaDemic BreaDth • UConn has 14 schools and colleges. • The University grants 7 undergraduate degrees and offers more than 100 majors. • The University grants 17 graduate degrees in more than 85 fields of study, and provides graduate professional programs in business, dental medicine, law, medicine, pharmacy, and social work.

impressive FacuLty • UConn’s faculty members are world-renowned. Many are recognized as leaders in education, research, and scholarship. • UConn faculty research in regenerative biology produced America’s first cloned calf using non-reproductive cells, creating an international scientific and media sensation. • UConn faculty provided pivotal leadership for the historic UConn-African National Congress Partnership. • Faculty initiative created an unprecedented opportunity for UConn students to study at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City. • UConn’s Neag School of Education is home to the renowned National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented, the Accelerated Schools Project, and is one of 11 schools nationwide selected for the Carnegie Corporation’s prestigious Teachers for a New Era initiative. • UConn faculty collaborating across campuses, including at the Health Center, are conducting breakthrough research in medicine, genetics, nanotechnology, and fuel cell technology. • Faculty members are dedicated to their roles as teachers, student advisors, and mentors. UConn’s undergraduate summer research program offers students the opportunity to participate in original research or receive a grant to work under the direction of our renowned professors.

42

2012-13 UConn WOMEN’S ICE Hockey


• More than 30,000 students enrolled, representing nearly every state in the nation and more than 100 countries. • Average SAT scores for incoming freshmen at Storrs are up over 100 points since 1996 and are now 1216 (critical reading and math only). • The 440 students UConn welcomed into its Honors Program in 2011 had an average SAT score of more than 1400.

• Minority students make up 28% of the 2011 incoming undergraduate class. • Since 1995, 1,394 valedictorians and salutatorians have enrolled at all campuses. In fall 2011, 43 percent of freshmen entering the Storrs campus were ranked in the top 10 percent of their high school class and 82 percent were ranked in the top 25 percent of their class. • 92% of freshman including students of color, return for their sophomore year. • Over 50 percent of student-athletes earned a 3.0 or better grade point average last year and 26 student-athletes had a 4.0 grade point average in the spring 2012 semester.

LiVinG THe UConn

eXPeRienCe

2012-13 UConn WOMEN’S ICE Hockey

43


GettinG invoLveD • UConn offers more than 500 student clubs and organizations. • In 2011, students chose from more than 300 Study Abroad programs in 65 countries. • Cooperative education programs and internships integrate classroom learning and work experience in business, industry, and public service.

attractions • In 2011, more than 49,000 prospective students and their families embarked on tours of the UConn campus from the Lodewick Visitors Center, the gateway to the unique facilities that define the University’s 4,000-acre main campus. • Visitors may enjoy lodging, dining, and relaxing in the Nathan Hale Inn, our on-campus hotel and conference facility. • With more than 3 million volumes, the Homer Babbidge Library is the intellectual hub of the Storrs campus. In fact, the Association of Research Libraries ranks UConn’s library system 20th among public research libraries in the United States. • UConn’s Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts showcases the region’s most noteworthy dramatic events. It stages professional touring attractions that range from Broadway musicals to intimate cabarets. • The collections of the William Benton Museum of Art include more than 5,500 pieces; the museum features a gallery exclusively dedicated to presenting human rights-oriented visual arts, as well as an outdoor meditation sculpture garden. • Housed in UConn’s Museum of Natural History, the Connecticut Archaeology Center explores the natural and cultural history of southern New England. • The J. Robert Donnelly Husky Heritage Sports Museum features photos, videos, plaques, banners, uniforms, NCAA National Championship trophies, and our football team’s Motor City, International, and Papajohns.com Bowl trophies.

44

2012-13 UConn WOMEN’S ICE Hockey


AmAzinG fACiLiTies A Campus for the 21st Century • UConn continues to renew, rebuild and enhance our campuses through an unprecedented $2.8 billion, 20-year investment in the University’s infrastructure. UCONN 2000 has been the most ambitious publicly financed university building program in the country. • Now in its 17th year, UCONN 2000 has invigorated the University’s living and learning environments, helped advance faculty research, and stimulated public and private investment. This investment revitalizes the state’s future by providing the means for the University to attract high-achieving students, prestigious faculty, and funding from public grants and private donors. The multibillion dollar facelift has facilitated UConn’s ascent to national prominence among public research universities. • Applications continue to be on the rise with over 30,000 applicants competing for 3,225 seats at the main campus in Storrs and 1,250 seats at the regional campuses. • For the seventh consecutive year, more than half of the applicants are out-of-state students, comprising 25 percent of the incoming class.

2012-13 UConn WOMEN’S ICE Hockey

45


The landmark UCONN 2000 construction program has created more than 9.7 million square feet of new and renovated space for research, teaching, living, and learning. Completed projects include:

• An award-winning building for the department of chemistry — the Chemistry Building is one of the best-designed buildings in the world according to the International Architecture Yearbook. • New buildings for the Schools of Business and Pharmacy. • The modern Biology/Physics Building, Information Technologies Engineering Building, and Agricultural Biotechnology Laboratory. • Additions to the William Benton Museum of Art. • Renovations to numerous facilities, including the Homer Babbidge Library, the historic Wilbur Cross Building, the Connecticut State Museum of Natural History, and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. • Construction that includes the latest innovations in student residential communities, ranging from traditional residence halls to suites to apartments. • Revitalized downtown campuses in Stamford and Waterbury, a sophisticated marine facility at our Avery Point campus, and new buildings on our Greater Hartford and Torrington campuses, as well as the UConn School of Law. • At the Storrs campus, a new facility for the Social Sciences and Humanities departments, and a dynamic new building dedicated solely to state-of-the-art classrooms, both notable for their environmentally conscious, sustainable energy features.

Forthcoming projects made possible by UCONN 2000 include: • The UConn Technology Park project will be managed through the authority of the • UCONN 2000 Program. This project provides for the development of the first building in a technology park located along the North Hillside Road Extension. The initial facility will consist of a 125,000 square foot Innovation Partnership Building that will house world-class equipment and offer shared laboratories for use by industry scientists and business entrepreneurs as they work side-by-side with the University’s research faculty. The initial building will be completed in 2015-2016.

46

2012-13 UConn WOMEN’S ICE Hockey


ToP 10 ReAsons To

ATTenD UConn

1

rankeD amonG

the

top 20 puBLic universities

2

3

in the

country

4

21st-century amenities the riGht Fit

WorLD-cLass FacuLty

Now is a tremendously exciting time to attend UConn. A $2.8 billion landmark building program is dramatically transforming the places where students live, learn, and enjoy life. Through new construction and renovation, UConn offers the latest innovations nationally in university housing and dining and extensive recreational complexes. Classrooms and laboratories are being built at a remarkable rate, placing our facilities at the forefront of public higher education and propelling UConn to a position of national prominence.

From writers and scientists to human rights activists and historians, our more than 1,300 full-time faculty members are committed to classroom teaching. Fostering a dynamic learning environment, they share research opportunities with high-achieving undergraduates. Our faculty include English professor Regina Barreca, whose humor appears in nationally published columns. Amii Omara-Otunnu, holder of the first and only UNESCO chair in human rights in the United States, provides pivotal leadership for the UConn-African National Congress Partnership.

With a student/faculty ratio of 18:1, 22,472 undergraduate students receive personal attention and tailored academic advising. UConn also offers the opportunities of a premier research university, such as hands-on experience working in labs with professors who not only teach our courses, but who also are on the cutting edge of innovation and discovery.

2012-13 UConn WOMEN’S ICE Hockey

47


5

6

unLimiteD opportunities For invoLvement

outstanDinG resiDentiaL FaciLities

Yoga. UConn Student Television. Fraternities and sororities. Film. Marching Band. Finance Society. Skydiving. Dance Team. Community Outreach. Choosing from more than 500 clubs and volunteer organizations, UConn students actively participate in campus and community life. Our students make governing decisions, plan events, organize intramural teams, host their own radio shows – and so much more.

UConn has among the highest percentage of students living on campus of any major public university in the country. Residential life at UConn offers a distinct sense of community, as well as many social and cultural opportunities. We offer new students a range of dining options and accommodations, while offering upper-division students the latest in suitestyle and apartment living. Fully wired residence halls come complete with study rooms, computer labs, and lounge areas.

8

9

an exceptionaL eDucationaL vaLue

Location, Location, Location

Kiplinger’s Personal Finance ranks UConn in the top 30 for best value in public colleges. Whether students’ long-range goals are preparing for a career, pursuing a graduate degree, or attending medical or law school, “students can receive a stellar education without graduating with a mountain of debt,” Kiplinger’s noted. UConn has a variety of programs to help many students financially, ranging from merit scholarship opportunities to need-based financial aid packages, all designed to support a large number of qualified students. The University also has many part-time campus jobs with flexible hours that help students earn extra spending money or build their résumé with hands-on work experience.

With our main campus in Storrs, we’re a major academic institution that values its small-town roots. Students enjoy the familiarity of an intimate academic institution, while being just a short drive from major cities. UConn’s regional campuses are strategically placed across the state in Avery Point, Stamford, Torrington, Waterbury, and West Hartford, offering a quality education to meet our students’ distinct needs.

48

2012-13 UConn WOMEN’S ICE Hockey

7 more than 100 majors Choices abound. Whether it’s education, engineering, English, or environmental science, UConn has something for everyone. Students select an established major or design an individualized plan of study to meet their specific needs. UConn takes pride in offering all students, including those enrolled in our distinctive Honors Program, the opportunity to pursue a major in any of the University’s 100+ programs of study. In addition to academic advisers, online study tools, and tutorial centers, UConn offers career counseling workshops, Study Abroad programs, and internships that offer valuable experience. The University of Connecticut offers many academic choices, yet remains committed to providing students with the support needed to help them achieve their goals.

10 huskymania Division I in all sports, we have a variety of men’s and women’s varsity athletics. Home of Huskymania, sports at UConn include baseball, basketball, cross country, field hockey, football, golf, ice hockey, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor and outdoor track, and volleyball. Since 1995, UConn athletic teams have captured 11 NCAA national championships, including unprecedented dual men’s and women’s basketball championships in 2004 —the first University to do so in NCAA Division I history. UConn’s standard of athletic excellence extends to the gridiron, where the Huskies, who have played in four bowl games in the past five, play for sellout crowds of 40,000 roaring football fans at the ultramodern Rentschler Field.


University of Connecticut

ATHLeTiCs The University of Connecticut Division of Athletics enjoyed another outstanding year in 2011-12. The women’s basketball team advanced to its 13th Final Four as it also won the BIG EAST tournament championship. The men’s basketball team once again played in the NCAA tournament as did UConn teams in men’s soccer and field hockey. The field hockey team also won the BIG EAST regular season championship. The UConn women’s track and field team finished 24th at the NCAA Indoor Championships while diver Danielle Cecco earned a spot in the NCAA Championship for the secondstraight year. UConn individuals from both the men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track and field teams appeared in NCAA competition. UConn also made the exciting announcement in June that it will elevate its men’s ice hockey program to the Hockey East Conference for the 2014-15 season. Hockey East in considered the finest league in the country in that sport and will further advance to the Division of Athletics.

Victoria Flowers and Heather Wilson continued the success UConn has achieved in recent years in women’s track and field. The Huskies had a total of seven All-Americans in 2011-12.

UConn and state officials made the exciting announcement that the school will be joining the Hockey East Conference in 2014-15.

2012-13 UConn WOMEN’S ICE Hockey

49


Diver Danielle Cecco earned a spot in the NCAA Championship for the second-straight year.

Jake Waruch was the BIG EAST decathlon champion and participated in that event at the NCAA outdoor championship.

All-American Carlos Alvarez and the Husky men’s soccer team played their way to the NCAA quarterfinals.

All-BIG EAST First Team selection Jeremy Lamb and the UConn men’s basketball team once again earned a spot in the NCAA tournament.

50

2012-13 UConn WOMEN’S ICE Hockey

All-American Jestine Angelini and the Husky field hockey team played in the NCAA national semifinals and won the BIG EAST regular season championship.

All-American Bria Hartley and the UConn women’s basketball team won the BIG EAST tournament title and advanced to the NCAA Final Four.


2012-13 WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY

N M AU D E B LA I N , C AS E Y KN A J D E K , KE L LY H O R A

P HOTO

VE B Y S TE

S LA D

E

2012-13 HOME SCHEDULE 10.26.12 10.27.12 11.2.12 11.18.12

UCONNHUSKIES.COM

|

Syracuse Syracuse Northeastern St. Lawrence

12.1.12 12.2.12 1.2.13 1.3.13

#BLEEDBLUE

Vermont Vermont Princeton Princeton

|

1.8.13 1.19.13 1.20.13 1.26.13

Boston U. New Hampshire New Hampshire Maine

2.1.13 2.9.13 2.17.13 2.24.13

Providence Northeastern Boston College Boston U.

/UCONNHUSKIES


2012-13 UConn Women's Ice Hockey Media Guide