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Regular seasonEdit

  • February 22: Maria Rooth set the Bulldogs record for most points in a career. During the game against Bemidji State Rooth scored one goal and one assist to claim the record. She ended the season with 232 total points including 119 goals. [1]
  • February 23: The Bulldogs clinch the WCHA regular season title. The Bulldogs defeat Bemidji State to accomplish the milestone. [2]

Player statsEdit

Note: GP= Games played; G= Goals; A= Assists; PTS = Points; GW = Game Winning Goals; PPL = Power Play Goals; SHG = Short Handed Goals

Player GP G A Pts GW PPL SHG
Jenny Potter 36 31 57 88 3 10 4
Caroline Ouellette32 31 42 73 3 4 3
Erika Holst32 34 30 64 9 8 0
Hanne Sikio33 25 30 55 1 7 2
Maria Rooth30 19 35 54 2 2 1
Krista McArthur 34 15 24 39 0 5 0
Tricia Guest 36 16 18 34 2 7 0
Nora Tallus 34 8 21 29 1 4 0
Navada Russell 34 5 18 23 0 3 0
Jenny Hempel 34 10 10 20 4 2 1
Joanne Eustace 30 5 14 19 2 3 0
Amelia Hradsky 36 8 10 18 1 0 0
Julianne Vasichek36 0 15 15 0 0 0
Michelle McAteer 34 6 7 13 2 1 0
Larissa Luther 18 5 2 7 1 3 0
Meghan Stotts 33 2 5 7 0 0 0
Satu Kiipeli 25 1 6 7 0 0 0
Kristina Petrovskaia 18 2 4 6 0 0 0
Leah Kasper 23 2 2 4 0 0 0
Julie Fearing 34 1 2 3 0 0 0
Patricia Sautter 31 0 1 1 0 0 0
Lisa Hagen 5 0 0 0 0 0 0
Shannon Kasparek 11 0 0 0 0 0 0
[3]

PostseasonEdit

  • March 8: The Bulldogs earned their third WCHA Final Five title with a win over Minnesota (5-3).
  • March 23: UMD make women's hockey history as the Bulldogs win their third straight NCAA Frozen Four tournament. The Bulldogs defeat Harvard in a double overtime win 4-3. [4] The game was held in Duluth, MN in front of the largest crowd in women's hockey NCAA history (5,167). [Read More] [5] Nora Tallus scored the game winner 4:19 into the second overtime.

Awards and honorsEdit

  • November 11: Patricia Sautter was USCHO Defensive Player of the Week and WCHA Defensive Player of the Week. Sautter shut out Ohio State twice (Nov. 8 & Nov. 9). [6]
  • December 3: Tricia Guest was USCHO Offensive Player of the Week tallying four points. [7]
  • December 10: Jenny Potter, USCHO Offensive Player of the Week. [8]
  • January 14: Caroline Ouellette, USCHO Offensive Player of the Week (the third Bulldog to gain the honor in the season).
  • January 28: Maria Rooth becomes the fourth player to gain USCHO Offensive Player of the Week honors.[9]
  • March 6: Jenny Potter, Caroline Ouellette, and Krista McArthur were named to the All-WCHA First Team
    • Maria Rooth and Erika Holst were All-WCHA Second Team selection.
    • Caroline Ouellette and Krista McArthur were WCHA All-Rookie Team selections.
    • Seven Bulldogs were recognized as WCHA All-Academic: Erika Holst, Satu Kiipeli, Michelle McAteer, Jenny Potter, Maria Rooth, Patricia Sautter and Juliane Vasichek.[10]
  • March 7: Jenny Potter was named a Patty Kazmaier Award Finalist for the second time in her career. [11]
  • March 8: Erika Holst, WCHA All-Tournament team.
  • March 23: Jenny Potter and Hanne Sikio were named to the Frozen Four All-Tournament team
    • Caroline Ouellette was named the Frozen Four tournament Most Valuable Player.
  • March 23: Jenny Potter, First Team All-American honors (second time in her career). [13]

PostseasonEdit

  • The Bulldogs coaching staff was named the American Association of College Coaches' women's hockey coaching staff of the year. [14]
  • June 17: The Bulldogs were honored for the third time at the White House by President George W. Bush.[15]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Memorable Moments. Minnesota Duluth Athletics. Retrieved on 3 May 2010.
  2. Memorable Moments. Minnesota Duluth Athletics. Retrieved on 3 May 2010.
  3. Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs Women's Hockey 2002-2003 Statistics: Overall. USCHO.com. Retrieved on 3 May 2010.
  4. NCAA 2003 Frozen Four. NCAA. Retrieved on 3 May 2010.
  5. Memorable Moments. Minnesota Duluth Athletics. Retrieved on 3 May 2010.
  6. Memorable Moments. Minnesota Duluth Athletics. Retrieved on 3 May 2010.
  7. Memorable Moments. Minnesota Duluth Athletics. Retrieved on 3 May 2010.
  8. Memorable Moments. Minnesota Duluth Athletics. Retrieved on 3 May 2010.
  9. Memorable Moments. Minnesota Duluth Athletics. Retrieved on 3 May 2010.
  10. Memorable Moments. Minnesota Duluth Athletics. Retrieved on 3 May 2010.
  11. Memorable Moments. Minnesota Duluth Athletics. Retrieved on 3 May 2010.
  12. Memorable Moments. Minnesota Duluth Athletics. Retrieved on 3 May 2010.
  13. Memorable Moments. Minnesota Duluth Athletics. Retrieved on 3 May 2010.
  14. Krista Morrissey (Media Contact) (March 14, 2007). New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame to induct six (07/03/14). New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame. Retrieved on 9 June 2010.
  15. You must specify title = and url = when using {{cite web}}.. Minnesota Duluth Athletics. Retrieved on 3 May 2010.

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