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Ohio State Buckeyes logo 2008–09 Ohio State Buckeyes
Conference ECAC
Ranking
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine TBD
USCHO.com/CBS College Sports TBD
2008–09 Record 8-25-3
Head Coach Jackie Barto
Seasons
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ExhibitionEdit

Date Opponent Location Score
Fri, Sep 26 Wilfrid Laurier Columbus, Ohio 1 - 2 (L)

Regular seasonEdit

  • Freshman goaltender Barbara Bilko appeared in two games. Both games were against nationally-ranked Minnesota on January 9 and 10. In her first career appearance in net, she played over 33 minutes and made 26 saves. In both appearances, she totaled 43:21 in net with 38 saves and eight goals allowed.[1]

RosterEdit

Number Name Position Shoots Height Year
3 Carlson, Brittany D L 5-3 Fr.
5 Spooner, Natalie F R 5-10 Fr.
6 Bishop, Teal D L 5-7 So.
7 Kilpatrick, Jenna F L 5-7 So.
8 Wild, Kelly D L 5-3 Fr.
9 Reilly, Shannon D R 5-5 So.
10 Feste, Melissa F R 5-3 Fr.
11 McIntosh, LauraF L 5-4 Fr.
14 Tonnessen, Michele F R 5-7 Jr.
15 Hostasek, Megan D R 5-9 Sr.
17 Marziali, MorganF L 5-9 Sr.
18 Antognoli, Olivia F R 5-9 Sr.
19 Mancuso, ChristinaF L 5-7 So.
21 Theut, Kim F L 5-6 Fr.
23 Klassen, Hayley F R 5-7 Sr.
24 Nelson, Sandy D L 5-4 So.
27 Davis, Rachel D R 5-6 Jr.
28 LaRocque, Raelyn F L 5-6 Jr.
29 Bonanno, Liana G L 5-7 Sr.
33 Bilko, Barbara G 5-5 Fr.
34 Facklis, DeidreG L 5-8 So.

[2]

ScheduleEdit

Date Opponent Location Score
Fri, Oct 03 Providence at Providence, R.I. 2 - 1 (W)
Sat, Oct 04 Providence at Providence, R.I. 3 - 2 (W)
Fri, Oct 10 Wisconsin * Columbus, Ohio 4 - 7 (L)
Sat, Oct 11 Wisconsin * Columbus, Ohio 0 - 4 (L)
Fri, Oct 17 Minnesota * at Minneapolis, Minn. 1 - 8 (L)
Sat, Oct 18 Minnesota * at Minneapolis, Minn. 2 - 8 (L)
Fri, Oct 24 Bemidji State * Columbus, Ohio 3 - 0 (W)
Sat, Oct 25 Bemidji State * Columbus, Ohio 2 - 1 (W)
Sat, Nov 01 North Dakota * at Grand Forks, N.D. 2 - 4 (L)
Sun, Nov 02 North Dakota * at Grand Forks, N.D. 4 - 5 (L) OT
Sat, Nov 08 St. Cloud State * at St. Cloud, Minn. 3 - 2 (W)
Sun, Nov 09 St. Cloud State * at St. Cloud, Minn. 2 - 5 (L)
Fri, Nov 14 Minnesota Duluth * Columbus, Ohio 0 - 3 (L)
Sat, Nov 15 Minnesota Duluth * Columbus, Ohio 3 - 8 (L)
Fri, Nov 28 St. Lawrence at Canton, N.Y. 1 - 5 (L)
Sat, Nov 29 St. Lawrence at Canton, N.Y. 4 - 5 (L)
Fri, Dec 12 Minnesota State * at Mankato, Minn. 6 - 5 (W)
Sat, Dec 13 Minnesota State * at Mankato, Minn. 5 - 5 (T) W SO 1-0
Sun, Dec 14 U.S. Women's Select Team (Exhibition) at Blaine, Minn. 1 - 8 (L)
Fri, Jan 02 Boston University Columbus, Ohio 3 - 5 (L)
Sat, Jan 03 Boston University Columbus, Ohio 2 - 2 (T) OT
Fri, Jan 09 Minnesota * Columbus, Ohio 2 - 9 (L)
Sat, Jan 10 Minnesota * Columbus, Ohio 1 - 12 (L)
Fri, Jan 16 St. Cloud State * Columbus, Ohio 2 - 3 (L)
Sat, Jan 17 St. Cloud State * Columbus, Ohio 3 - 4 (L)
Fri, Jan 23 Bemidji State * at Bemidji, Minn. 3 - 3 (T) W SO 1-0
Sat, Jan 24 Bemidji State * at Bemidji, Minn. 1 - 3 (L)
Sat, Jan 31 Wisconsin * at Madison, Wis. 0 - 7 (L)
Sun, Feb 01 Wisconsin * at Madison, Wis. 0 - 7 (L)
Fri, Feb 06 North Dakota * Columbus, Ohio 4 - 1 (W)
Sat, Feb 07 North Dakota * Columbus, Ohio 4 - 2 (W)
Fri, Feb 13 Minnesota Duluth * at Duluth, Minn. 1 - 4 (L)
Sat, Feb 14 Minnesota Duluth * at Duluth, Minn. 2 - 7 (L)
Fri, Feb 20 Minnesota State * Columbus, Ohio 5 - 6 (L)
Sat, Feb 21 Minnesota State * Columbus, Ohio 1 - 2 (L)

Player performancesEdit

  • As a freshman, Laura McIntosh led the Buckeyes in points with 39 and assists with 28. McIntosh never had more than one penalty called against her in a game. Her 39 points rank third all-time in the Buckeye records for freshman scoring, while her 28 assists are an OSU rookie record. In the WCHA, she ranked fifth in rookie scoring. In the NCAA, she ranked seventh in rookie scoring with 1.08 points per game. Thirty-four of her points (10g, 24a) came against WCHA opponents, which tied for eighth in the league. From November 29 to January 10, she had a seven-game point streak. On October 4, she recorded her first point by scoring the game winning goal in a 3-2 triumph over the Providence Friars. On October 10, the Buckeyes had their home opener, and McIntosh had two assists vs. Wisconsin. In a sweep of the Bemidji State Beavers, she assisted on three of five goals (Oct. 24-25). McIntosh had a point in 10 of 11 games between Nov. 29-Jan. 24. On February 20, McIntosh recorded her first career hat trick with three goals in 6-5 loss to Minnesota State. Her season finished by assisting on a Buckeye goal in a 4-1 loss to Wisconsin on February 28.
  • In her freshman season, Natalie Spooner played in 30 games (she missed six games due to her commitments with Team Canada). Despite playing in only 30 games, Spooner scored 21 goals to lead the Buckeyes. She added nine assists for 30 points, which ranked third on the Buckeyes.

PostseasonEdit

WCHA PlayoffsEdit

Date Opponent Location Score
Fri, Feb 27 Wisconsin Verona, Wis. 0 - 7 (L)
Sat, Feb 28 Wisconsin Verona, Wis. 1 - 4 (L)
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Player statsEdit

SkatersEdit

Player Games Played Goals Assists Points Shots Penalty Minutes
Laura McIntosh 36 11 28 39 107 22
Hayley Klassen 32 13 19 32 111 41
Natalie Spooner 30 21 9 30 177 22
Shannon Reilly 35 5 14 19 82 36
Morgan Marziali 27 9 6 15 67 36
[4]

GoaltendersEdit

Player Games Played Minutes Goals Against Wins Losses Ties Shutouts Save % Goals Against Average
Barbara Bilko 2 43:21 8 0 1 0 0 .826 11.07
Liana Bonnano 31 1706:37 108 7 20 2 .8913.80
Deidre Facklis 10 417:41 46 1 4 1 .8426.61
[4]

Awards and honorsEdit

  • Laura McIntosh, team's Most Valuable Freshman award (2008-09)
  • Laura McIntosh, Ohio State Scholar-Athlete (2008-09)
  • Laura McIntosh, WCHA Rookie of the Week honors (for the week of Nov. 1, 2008)
  • Kelly Wild, Ohio State Scholar-Athlete (2008-09)[5]

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

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