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|2005–06 Minnesota Golden Gophers|
|USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine|
|USCHO.com/CBS College Sports|
|Head Coach||Laura Halldorson|
The 2005–06 Minnesota Golden Gophers women's hockey team represented the University of Minnesota in the 2005–06 NCAA Division I women's hockey season. The Golden Gophers were be coached by Laura Halldorson and play their home games at Ridder Arena.
In her freshman year, Gigi Marvin ranked second on the team in points and first in assists with 30. She tied for fourth in the WCHA in overall scoring and second in assists. She had seven power-play goals, three game-winning goals and one short-handed goal. In addition, she was named the WCHA Rookie of the Week five times. On October 7, 2005, she earned her first career goal on her first career shot in a 3-0 win over Connecticut.  She had a four-game scoring streak from October 14-22. On November 4, she had a career-high five point game in the 9-5 win over Ohio State, including four assists. For her efforts, she was named the WCHA Rookie of the Week. She added three assists in a 5-1 win over Brown on November 12. In the Gophers’ 5-0 win over St. Cloud State on January 14, she scored two goals and two assists for four points. She assisted on the game-winning goal in the 1-0 win over Mercyhurst College on January 21. In early February, Marvin notched two goals and an assist in Minnesota’s 4-3 overtime win over Minnesota State and later earned rookie of the week honor. She contributed on all three goals in the Gophers’ 3-2 win over St. Cloud State on February 17. The week later, she would get five points in the sweep against North Dakota and receive the WCHA Rookie of the Week for the second consecutive week. 
In the 2006 WCHA playoffs, Marvin made several contributions. She notched three goals and two assists in the WCHA first round against Minnesota State. On March 11, Marvin set up Jenelle Philipczyk for the game-winning goal in the 2-1 win over Minnesota Duluth. She would assist on Allie Sanchez’ power-play goal in the WCHA Championship game against Wisconsin.
Awards and honorsEdit
- Gigi Marvin, WCHA All-Tournament Team
- Gigi Marvin, led WCHA Rookies in scoring
- Gigi Marvin, named WCHA Rookie of the Year
- Gigi Marvin, All-WHCA Rookie Team
- Gigi Marvin, All-WCHA third team selection.
|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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