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MinnesotaGoldenGophers 1998-99 Minnesota Golden Gophers
AWCHA National Champions
Conference [[Western Collegiate Hockey Association|WCHA]]
Ranking
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine
USCHO.com/CBS College Sports
1998-99 Record 29-4-3
Head Coach Laura Halldorson
Seasons
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The 1999-2000 campaign saw the Golden Gophers make history. Minnesota won its first women’s national team title at the AWCHA National Championship. Nadine Muzerall scored the game-winning goal in the 4-2 national championship win over Brown and earned all-tournament honors with three goals and an assist in two games. For the season, Muzerall owned totals of 49 goals, 28 assists and 77 points.

Muzerall’s 49 goals, 16 power-play goals and 1.29 goals-per-game are school records. In a 10-0 win over Bemidji State, she set school records with five goals and seven points. During a season which saw her go on a 20-game point streak..[1]

Awards and honorsEdit

  • Nadine Muzerall led the nation in goals (49)
  • Nadine Muzerall led the nation in power-play goals (16)
  • Nadine Muzerall led the nation in power-play points (27)
  • Nadine Muzerall led the nation in game-winning goals (9)
  • Nadine Muzerall, First Team All-WCHA
  • Nadine Muzerall, Minnesota team most valuable player honors

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