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In the 1998–99 season, the Golden Gophers had a third-place finish at the 1999 AWCHA National Championship.
- November 1998: Minnesota captured the title at the Princeton Thanksgiving tournament, with a 5-2 win over Northeastern, a 3-1 victory over host Princeton, and a 10-0 rout against Queens. Nadine Muzerall had eight points (two goals, six assists) in the three games, including a goal and three assists in the game over Northeastern. Muzerall scored that game's opening goal, as well as assisting on the game-winner. With the six assists on the weekend, Muzerall tied the tournament career assists record of 12 held by Cammi Granato. With the wins, Minnesota passed Northeastern to take fourth place in the latest U.S. College Hockey Online Women's Poll.
- During that sophomore season, Erica Killewald held opponents to two or fewer goals in 23 of 26 starts and led nation in goals against average (1.24) and save percentage (.947).
Awards and honorsEdit
- Erica Killewald 1999 AWCHA National Championship , All Tournament Honors
- Erica Killewald, Golden Gophers most improved and most valuable player
- Nadine Muzerall, USCHO.com, Offensive Player Of the Week (Week of December 1, 1998)
- Nadine Muzerall, 1999 American Women's College Hockey Alliance All-Americans , Second Team
- Nadine Muzerall, Second Team AWCHA All-American
|Minnesota Golden Gophers ice hockey|
|Men’s coaches||I.D. MacDonald • Emil Iverson • Frank Pond • Larry Armstrong • Larry Armstrong • Doc Romnes • John Mariucci • Marsh Ryman • Glen Sonmor • Ken Yackel • Herb Brooks • Brad Buetow • Doug Woog •Mike Guentzel • Don Lucia|
|Men’s seasons||2002–03 • 2007–08|
|Notable players||Aaron Broten • Neal Broten • Kellen Briggs • Mike Crowley • Tim Harrer • Jordan Leopold • John Mayasich • Pat Micheletti • Todd Richards • Robb Stauber|
|National Championships||1974 • 1976 • 1979 • 2002 • 2003|
|Hobey Baker Award||Neal Broten (1981) • Robb Stauber (1988) • Jordan Leopold (2002)|
|Women’s coaches||Laura Halldorson • Brad Frost|
|Women’s seasons||1998–99 • 1999–00 • 2003–04 • 2004–05 • 2005–06 • 2006–07 • 2007–08 • 2008–09 • 2009–10 • 2010–11|
|Notable players||Ronda Curtin • Natalie Darwitz • Rachel Drazan • Jocelyne Lamoureux • Monique Lamoureux • Courtney Kennedy • Gigi Marvin • Nadine Muzerall • Noora Raty • Lyndsay Wall • Krissy Wendell|
|Patty Kazmaier award||Krissy Wendell (2005)|
|National Championships||2004 • 2005|
|1Arena :Mariucci Arena (Men) • Ridder Arena (Women)|
2Athletic Director: Joel Maturi
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