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The 2008–09 Wisconsin Badgers women's ice hockey team was the Badgers' 9th season. Led by head coach Mark Johnson, the Badgers went 21-2-5 in the WCHA.

Regular seasonEdit

On October 18, the Badgers beat Bemidji State in the United States Hockey Hall of Fame Game.

RosterEdit

Number Player Position Class Height
20 Ammerman, Brooke, FFr 5-8
16 Bible, Rachel, FSr 5-6
9 Deluce, Mallory, FSo5-7
26 Dronen, Anne, DSo 5-3
7 Duggan, Meghan(A), FJr 5-9
14 Evans, Maria, FSo 5-4
12 Giles, Jasmine, FJr5-7
10 Hagen, Kayla, FSr 5-5
4 Haverstock, Brittany, DFr 5-6
3 Jakiel, Olivia, DSo 5-10
29 Kaasa, Nikki, GFr 5-10
21 Keseley, Angie, FSr5-7
23 Knight, Hilary, FSo5-11
17 Kranz, Emily, FJr 5-7
13 Lawler, Erika(C), FSr 5-0
19 Matthews, Alycia(A), DSr5-8
35 McCready, Alannah, GJr 5-6
2 Nash, Kelly, FSo 5-6
27 Prévost, Carolyne, FFr
11 Sanders, Kyla, FJr 5-6
30 Jessie Vetter GSr 5-8
22 Windmeier, Malee, DSo 5-9

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Player statsEdit

SkatersEdit

= Indicates team leader
Player GP Goals Assists Points Penalty Minutes GW PP SH
Brooke Ammerman 40 27 27 54 22 6 7 0
Rachel Bible 41 3 4 7 70 2 1 0
Mallory Deluce 41 12 20 32 53 2 4 2
Anne Dronen 41 4 5 9 22 1 0 0
Meghan Duggan41 23 33 56 44 4 7 0
Maria Evans21 1 2 3 4 0 0 0
Jasmine Giles41 16 29 45 44 1 6 3
Kayla Hagen 24 0 0 0 4 0 0 0
Brittany Haverstock39 2 15 17 16 1 0 0
Olivia Jakiel41 0 9 9 22 0 0 0
Angie Keseley41 18 41 59 22 4 7 0
Hilary Knight39 45 38 83 24 6 16 2
Emily Kranz41 1 1 2 10 0 0 0
Erika Lawler40 20 44 64 37 4 7 3
Alycia Matthews41 3 22 25 20 0 2 0
Alannah McCready5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Kelly Nash41 7 13 20 22 0 5 0
Carolyne Prévost41 13 13 26 0 2 3 0
Kyla Sanders41 10 17 27 12 1 1 3
Jessie Vetter40 0 1 1 2 0 0 0
Malee Windmeier40 2 11 13 36 0 1 0

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GoaltendersEdit

Player Games Played Minutes Goals Against Wins Losses Ties Shutouts Save % Goals Against Average
Jessie Vetter 40 2342 49 33 2 5 14 .942 1.25
Alannah McCready 5 137 4 1 0 0 0 .909 1.75

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Schedule and resultsEdit

Green Background indicates a win. Red Background indicates a loss. White Background indicates an overtime tie/loss. * Non-Conference Game. (SO) Shootout.

September 2008Edit

Record:2-0-0 Home:2-0-0 Away:0-0-0

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
1 September 26 Quinnipiac 0 - 10 Wisconsin Vetter 1,139 1-0-0-0 NC*
2 September 27 Quinnipiac 3 - 7 Wisconsin McCready 1,258 2-0-0-0 NC*

October 2008Edit

Record:7-0-1 Home:3-0-1 Away:4-0-0

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
3 October 3 Syracuse 0 - 3 Wisconsin Vetter 1,216 3-0-0-0 NC*
4 October 4 Syracuse 0 - 8 Wisconsin Vetter 1,187 4-0-0-0 NC*
5 October 10 Wisconsin 7 - 4 Ohio State Vetter 432 5-0-0-0 2
6 October 11 Wisconsin 4 - 0 Ohio State Vetter 314 6-0-0-0 4
7 October 17 Wisconsin 4 - 0 Bemidji State Vetter 232 7-0-0-0 6
8 October 18 Wisconsin 9 - 0 Bemidji State Vetter 212 8-0-0-0 8
9 October 24 Minnesota 1 - 1 Wisconsin UM 1 - 0 UW (SO) Vetter 1,216 8-0-1-0 9
10 October 26 Minnesota 1 - 2 Wisconsin Vetter 2,046 9-0-1-0 11
11October 31 Minnesota-Duluth 1 - 2 Wisconsin Vetter 1,692 10-0-1-0 13

November 2008Edit

Record:6-0-1 Home:4-0-1 Away: 2-0-0

  • The matches from November 21 and 22 were played in Fort Myers, Florida.
# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
12November 1 Minnesota-Duluth 2 - 2 Wisconsin UMD 0 - 1 UW (SO) Vetter 1,237 10-0-2-1 15
13November 15 Wisconsin 5 - 1 North Dakota Vetter 437 11-0-2-1 17
14November 16 Wisconsin 4 - 0 North Dakota Vetter 394 12-0-2-1 19
15November 21 New Hampshire 2 - 8 Wisconsin Vetter 347 13-0-2-1 NC* (19)
16November 22 New Hampshire 0 - 2 Wisconsin Vetter 385 14-0-2-1 NC* (19)
17November 28 Minnesota State 0 - 8 Wisconsin Vetter 1,569 15-0-2-1 21
18November 30 Minnesota State 2 - 7 Wisconsin Vetter 1,875 16-0-2-1 23

December 2008Edit

Record:2-0-0 Home:2-0-0 Away: 0-0-0

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
19December 5 St. Cloud State 0 - 7 Wisconsin Vetter 1,165 17-0-2-1 25
20December 6 St. Cloud State 2 - 6 Wisconsin Vetter 1,430 18-0-2-1 27

January 2009Edit

Record:4-1-1 Home:2-0-0 Away: 2-1-1

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
--January 2 Team USA 2 - 3 Wisconsin Vetter 1,880 18-0-2-1 NC* (27)
21January 10 Wisconsin 0 - 4 Minnesota-Duluth Vetter 1,436 18-1-2-1 27
22January 11 Wisconsin 3 - 3 Minnesota-Duluth UW 0 - 2 UMD (SO) Vetter 943 18-1-3-1 28
23January 16 North Dakota 2 - 6 Wisconsin Vetter 1,286 19-1-3-1 30
24January 17 North Dakota 2 - 7 Wisconsin Vetter 2,983 20-1-3-1 32
25January 23 Wisconsin 5 - 1 St. Cloud State Vetter 321 21-1-3-1 34
26January 24 Wisconsin 6 - 3 St. Cloud State Vetter 221 22-1-3-1 36
27January 31 Ohio State 0 - 7 Wisconsin Vetter 2,545 23-1-3-1 38

February 2009Edit

Record:0-0-0 Home:0-0-0 Away: 0-0-0

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
28February 1 Ohio State 0 - 7 Wisconsin Vetter 2,789 24-1-3-1 40
29February 7 Wisconsin 2 - 4 Minnesota Vetter 2,562 24-2-3-1 40
30February 8 Wisconsin 3 - 3 Minnesota UW 1 - 0 UM (SO) Vetter 2,895 24-2-4-2 42
31February 13 Wisconsin 8 - 1 Minnesota State _________ _______ 25-2-4 __
32February 14 Wisconsin 3 - 3 Minnesota State _________ _______ 25-2-5 __
33February 20 Bemidji State 3 - 0 Wisconsin _________ _______ 26-2-5 __
34February 21 Bemidji State 5 - 2 Wisconsin _________ _______ 27-2-5 __

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PostseasonEdit

NCAA Hockey tournamentEdit

  • NCAA Frozen Four Semifinals (played in Boston, Ma.)
    • Wisconsin 5, Minnesota-Duluth 1
  • NCAA Frozen Four Finals (played in Boston, Ma.)
    • Wisconsin 5, Mercyhurst 0
    • The game was played on March 22. Jessie Vetter stopped 37 shots for an NCAA record 14th shutout of the season (it was also her second in a national championship game) as Wisconsin won its third women's hockey title in four years with a 5-0 victory over Mercyhurst.[4]

Awards and honorsEdit

  • Jessie Vetter, Patty Kazmaier Award[5]


ReferencesEdit

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