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2008–09 Wayne State Warriors
Conference CHA
Ranking
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine TBD
USCHO.com/CBS College Sports TBD
2008–09 Record
Head Coach Jim Fetter
Alternate captains Christine Jefferson
Seasons
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The head coach of the Wayne State Warriors is Jim Fetter. Assisting Fetter is Nicolette Franck and Allison Rutledge. The equipment manager is Jim Campbell while the assistant athletic trainer is Katie Lang.

ExhibitionEdit

Date Opponent Location Time Score
Fri. Sept. 26 Windsor Detroit, Mich. 7:00 pm 13-3

Regular seasonEdit

  • Delayne Brian made 22 saves in her collegiate debut on Oct. 3 against Bemidji State. She earned two wins Jan. 23-24 at Syracuse, totaling 56 saves including a season-high 34 in the second game.
  • Lindsay DiPietro completed her Wayne State career as the program's all-time leader with 132 assists, sixth-most in NCAA history. She was also WSU's third all-time leading scorer with 188 points, third in goals (56), third in power-play goals (18), and second in power-play points (79).[1]
    • She finished her career second in CHA points (92), third in CHA goals (27), and first in CHA assists (65).
  • Alyssa Baldin tallied the game-winner and added a helper Oct. 24 versus Colgate. Baldin had a three-goal weekend Nov. 21-22 against Syracuse. She scored a power-play goal in each game of the Nutmeg Classic, including the game-winner Nov. 29 versus Quinnipiac, for another four-game point streak. At the Easton Holiday Showcase, she collected three power-play assists.[2]
  • Brandi Frakie made her season debut on Jan. 16-17 against Robert Morris after missing 31 straight games due to injury (dating back to the 2007-08 season). She scored her first goal of the year Feb. 14 against Niagara[3]
  • Christine Jefferson played in 31 games but missed the Nov. 15 contest against #10 Northeastern, snapping her career-long 77-game playing streak.[4]

RosterEdit

Number Name Position Height Class Shoots
3 Janet BabchishinForward 5-6 SO/2L Right
20 Alyssa BaldinForward 5-5 FR/1L Right
27 Emily BerzinsForward 5-5 SR/3L Left
9 Melissa BoalForward 5-3 SR/4L Left
1 Delayne BrianGoalie 5-9 FR/1L Left
4 Chelsea BurnettDefense 5-5 JR/3L Left
19 Lindsay DiPietroForward 5-5 SR/4L Left
10 Marlee FisherDefense 5-7 FR/1L Left
6 Brandi FrakieForward 5-5 JR/3L Right
8 Micheline FrappierForward 5-5 FR/1L Right
16 Amanda HungleForward 5-5 SR/4L Right
7 Christine JeffersonDefense 5-6 JR/3L Left
23 Bailey LaneDef./For. 5-7 FR/1L Left
17 Veronique Laramee-PaquetteForward 5-8 FR/1L Left
24 Ciara LeeDefense 5-11 FR/1L Right
30 Lindsey ParkGoalie 5-10 RS JR/1L Left
28 Natalie PayneDefense 5-3 SR/1L Left
26 Adrianna PfefferForward 5-7 SO/2L Right
5 Sam PoytonForward 5-10 SR/4L Left
15 Katrina ProtopapasForward 5-6 JR/3L Left
21 Becky SonnForward 5-10 RS SR/4L Right
12 Jill SzandzikDefense 5-8 FR/1L Left
14 Tina VanderhoevenDefense 5-8 SR/4L Right
31 Brittany ZechesGoalie 5-2 FR/1L Left
[5]

ScheduleEdit

  • The Warriors participated in the Nutmeg Classic, which was held from November 28–29. In addition, the club participate in the Easton Holiday Showcase in St. Cloud, Minnesota from January 2–3.
Date Opponent Location Score
Fri., Oct. 3 vs. Bemidji State Detroit, Mich. L, 3-2
Sat., Oct. 4 vs. Bemidji State Detroit, Mich. W, 2-1 (OT)
Fri., Oct. 17 at Union Schenectady, N.Y. T, 1-1 (OT)
Sat., Oct. 18 at Union Schenectady, N.Y. W, 6-2
Fri., Oct. 24 vs. Colgate Detroit, Mich. W, 6-2
Sat., Oct. 25 vs. Colgate Detroit, Mich. L, 3-2
Fri., Nov. 7 at Vermont Burlington, Vt. W, 5-3
Sat., Nov. 8 at Vermont Burlington, Vt. W, 7-0
Fri., Nov. 14 vs. #10 Northeastern Detroit, Mich. W, 4-3
Sat., Nov. 15 vs. #10 Northeastern Detroit, Mich. W, 3-2
Fri., Nov. 21 vs. Syracuse * Detroit, Mich. W, 5-3
Sat., Nov. 22 vs. Syracuse * Detroit, Mich. W, 5-2
Fri., Nov. 28 at Connecticut Storrs, Conn. L, 5-4
Sat., Nov. 29 vs. Quinnipiac Storrs, Conn. W, 3-2
Fri., Dec. 5 at Niagara * Niagara, N.Y. W, 5-3
Sat., Dec. 6 at Niagara * Niagara, N.Y. W, 4-2
Fri., Jan. 2 at St. Cloud State St. Cloud, Minn. W, 3-2
Sat., Jan. 3 vs. North Dakota St. Cloud, Minn. T, 3-3 (OT)
Fri., Jan. 16 vs. Robert Morris * Detroit, Mich. W, 5-0
Sat., Jan. 17 vs. Robert Morris * Detroit, Mich. W, 7-3
Fri., Jan. 23 at Syracuse * Syracuse, N.Y. W, 3-2
Sat., Jan. 24 at Syracuse * Syracuse, N.Y. W, 3-1
Fri., Jan. 30 at #5 Mercyhurst * Erie, Pa. L, 4-2
Sat., Jan. 31 at #5 Mercyhurst * Erie, Pa. L, 4-2
Fri., Feb. 13 vs. Niagara * Detroit, Mich. W, 5-1
Sat., Feb. 14 vs. Niagara * Detroit, Mich. W, 4-3
Fri., Feb. 20 at Robert Morris * Moon Twp., Pa. W, 4-2
Sat., Feb. 21 at Robert Morris * Moon Twp., Pa. L, 1-0
Fri., Feb. 27 vs. #3 Mercyhurst * Detroit, Mich. L, 4-3
Sat., Feb. 28 vs. #3 Mercyhurst * Detroit, Mich. L, 4-2
[6]

Player statsEdit

  • Lindsay DiPietro collected five points on Dec. 5-6 at Niagara. She had two assists in the series opener and scored twice, including a short-handed and an empty-net goal, with a power-play assist the next day. She posted her third straight multiple-point game Feb. 20 at Robert Morris and matched her career-best goal-scoring streak of six games. Overall, she led the Warriors with 17 multiple-point games[1]
  • Alyssa Baldin finished eighth among College Hockey America rookies with 18 points, seventh-most by any freshman in WSU women's hockey history
  • Chelsea Burnett matched her career high with 19 points, and finished second in the conference behind teammate Natalie Payne in overall scoring by a defenseman.[7]
  • Micheline Frappier finished 14th among all rookies in College Hockey America with nine points.[8]
  • Veronique Laramee-Paquettefinished sixth among rookies in College Hockey America with 20 points and tied for third with 10 conference points. In addition, she tied Katie Jones (2000–01) for fifth on WSU's all-time rookie points list. She collected three points Oct. 24-25 against Colgate, including a goal and a game-winning assist in the series opener. She posted her first career two-goal game Dec. 5 at Niagara.[9]
  • Jill Szandzik led all first-year defensemen in the conference with 16 points. She posted her second straight two-assist game Dec. 5 at Niagara and assisted on both game-winning goals in a sweep Jan. 16-17 over Robert Morris.[10] In addition, Szandzik broke Chelsea Burnett's school record for more points in a season by a rookie blueliner and finished fourth on WSU's single season lists for points and assists (14) by a defenseman, as well as assists by a rookie.

SkatersEdit

Number Player GP Goals Assists Points Shots +/- PIM
9 Melissa Boal 32 31 26 57 195 +26 28
19 Lindsay DiPietro 32 19 29 48 108 +23 34
5 Sam Poyton 32 23 22 45 107 +22 70
28 Natalie Payne 32 9 23 32 86 +19 40
17 V. Laramee-Paquette 32 10 10 20 73 -7 34
4 Chelsea Burnett 31 4 15 19 55 +3 18
20 Alyssa Baldin 26 9 9 18 53 +1 22
12 Jill Szandzik 32 2 14 16 45 +17 6
8 Micheline Frappier 26 3 6 9 43 0 22
14 Tina Vanderhoeven 28 1 8 9 35 -6 40
15 Katrina Protopapas 32 1 7 8 39 -8 12
10 Marlee Fisher 30 0 4 4 12 -4 12
27 Emily Berzins 32 0 3 3 20 -4 38
6 Brandi Frakie 14 1 1 2 15 -5 2
16 Amanda Hungle 29 1 1 2 3 0 4
3 Janet Babchishin 32 0 2 2 28 -1 14
7 Christine Jefferson 31 0 2 2 26 +3 12
24 Ciara Lee 12 0 2 2 4 0 6
23 Bailey Lane 28 1 0 1 13 -2 8
1 Delayne Brian 21 0 0 0 0 0 2
26 Adrianna Pfeffer 20 0 0 0 3 -2 4
21 Becky Sonn 13 0 0 0 0 0 2
[11]

GoaltendersEdit

  • Delayne Brian finished her rookie season with a record of 15-6-0. She was two wins shy of Valery Turcotte's team record of 17 wins. She set a school record with a .714 winning percentage. Brian led College Hockey America with a .910 save percentage in conference action.
  • Lindsey Park led College Hockey America with a .921 save percentage (third-best in school history) and finished second with a school-record 2.10 goals-against average She made 27 saves and surrendered just one power-play goal Oct. 4 for her first career victory.[12]
Player Games Played Minutes Goals Against Wins Losses Ties Shutouts Save % Goals Against Average
Delayne Brian 21 1214:04 55 15 6 0 1 .8982.72
Lindsey Park 12 714:17 25 6 3 2 0 .921 2.10
Brittany Zeches 2 10:24 0 0 0 0 0 1.000 0.00
[11]

PostseasonEdit

  • College Hockey America Tournament
Date Opponent Location Score
Fri., Mar. 6 vs. Robert Morris Erie, Pa. W, 4-3 (OT)
Sat., Mar. 7at #3 Mercyhurst Erie, Pa. L, 6-1

Awards and honorsEdit

  • Alyssa Baldin, CHA Rookie of the Week (Oct. 20)
  • Alyssa Baldin, CHA Rookie of the Week (Nov. 21)
  • Delayne Brian, CHA Defensive Player of the Week honors (Jan. 26)
  • Delayne Brian, CHA Defensive Player of the Week (Feb. 16) after making 53 saves while allowing only two even-strength goals in two wins Feb. 13-14 over Niagara

[13]

  • Chelsea Burnett, All-College Hockey America Second Team for the second straight year
  • Chelsea Burnett, CHA All-Academic Team (she was the first Academic All-American in the history of the WSU women's hockey program)[7]
  • Lindsay DiPietro, All-College Hockey America Second Team
  • Lindsay DiPietro, CHA All-Academic Team (Third time in her career)
  • Christine Jefferson, College Hockey America All-Academic Team
  • Veronique Laramee-Paquette, CHA Rookie of the Week honors (Oct. 27)
  • Veronique Laramee-Paquette, CHA Rookie of the Week honors (Dec. 5)
  • Katrina Protopapas, College Hockey America All-Academic Team[14]
  • Jill Szandzik, College Hockey America All-Rookie Team

Team awardsEdit

  • Lindsay DiPietro received the Warrior Award, the Captain's Award and the President's Award (highest GPA on the team) at the season-end banquet

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit


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