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2009–10 Bemidji State Beavers
Conference ECAC
Ranking
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine TBD
USCHO.com/CBS College Sports TBD
2009–10 Record 12-19-7
Head Coach Steve Sertich
Captain Franny Dorr
Alternate captains Jackie Robertson and Erin Cody
Arena John S. Glas Field House
Seasons
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The Bemidji State Beavers women's ice hockey team represents Bemidji State University and participates in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association. This will be the Beavers final season it the John S. Glas Field House. For the 2010–11, the Beavers will move into the Bemidji Regional Events Center. Goaltender Zuzana Tomcikova represented her homeland of Slovakia in Ice hockey at the 2010 Winter Olympics.

OffseasonEdit

  • May 11: The Beavers signed two more players to National Letters of Intent, joining the four that were inked during the early signing period in November 2008. All six players will play for BSU in fall 2009. Molly Arola and Jamie Hatheway have both inked with BSU during the spring signing period. They join early signees Sadie Lundquist, Mackenzie Thurston, Keirstin Visser and Erika Wheelhouse.[1]
  • May 19: Head coach Steve Sertich announced that senior Franny Dorr, senior Jackie Robertson and junior Erin Cody have been selected as captains for the upcoming 2009-10 campaign. All three players will wear the C on their sweater for the first time in their careers. All three participated in 36 games last season.[2]
  • September 9: The WCHA announced that Bemidji State goaltender Zuzana Tomcikova, has been named as a WCHA All-Star. She is among 22 players from the conference to face the 2009-10 U.S Women’s National Team in St. Paul, Minn. on September 25. [3]

Regular seasonEdit

StandingsEdit

Conference Overall
GP W L T SW PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
Minnesota 22 17 2 3 3 40 79 29 28 21 3 4 93 34
Minnesota-Duluth 22 15 5 2 1 33 68 42 28 19 7 2 88 57
Wisconsin 22 12 9 1 0 25 63 49 28 15 10 3 81 61
Bemidji State 22 7 8 7 3 24 41 48 28 8 13 7 50 70
St. Cloud State 22 8 10 4 3 23 49 61 28 11 11 6 70 81
Ohio State 22 10 10 2 0 22 70 71 28 13 11 4 91 84
Minnesota State 22 2 15 5 3 12 36 74 26 4 17 5 45 87
North Dakota 22 4 16 2 0 10 31 63 26 5 17 4 45 74

RosterEdit

Number Name Position Height Class
2 Jackie Robertson D Sr. 5-8
5 Nicole Rawlings F Sr. 5-2
6 Kaylee Keys F So. 5-3
8 Erin Johnson F Jr. 5-6
9 Annie Bauerfeld F Jr. 5-6
10 Emily Erickson F Fr. 5-9
11 Erin Babineau F So. 5-4
12 Lexy Parenteau F/D Jr. 5-6
13 Erin Cody F Jr. 5-7
14 Erika Wheelhouse D Fr. 5-3
15 Marlee Wheelhouse F/D So. 5-1
16 MacKenzie Thurston F Fr. 5-8
17 Sadie Lundquist F Fr. 5-5
18 Keirstin Visser D Fr. 5-8
20 Brittany DeBoer D So. 5-11
21 Hayley Williams F Fr. 5-4
22 Lauren Williams F So. 5-3
23 Molly Arola F Fr. 5-9
25 Montana Vichorek D So. 5-7
27 Franny Dorr F Sr. 5-7
29 Kim Lieder F/D So. 5-7
31 Alana McElhinney G So. 5-8
35 Eri Kiribuchi G So. 5-2
88 Zuzana Tomcikova G So. 5-11
91 Jamie Hatheway F Fr. 5-4
[4]===Schedule http://www.bemidjistate.edu/athletics/sports/whockey/roster/index.html</ref>]

</ref>===Schedule ===Schedule===

Date Time Opponent Location Score Record
Oct. 2 6:00 pm Mercyhurst Erie, Pa. 1-4[5] 0-1-0
Oct. 3 1:00 pm Mercyhurst Erie, Pa. 1-6 [6] 0-2-0
Oct. 10 7:07 pm Wisconsin Coleraine, Minn. 1-0[7]1-2-0
Oct. 11 4:07 pm Wisconsin Bemidji, Minn. 1-3[8] 1-3-0
Oct. 16 7:07 pm Ohio State Bemidji, Minn.3-51-4-0
Oct. 17 2:07 pm Ohio State Bemidji, Minn.2-21-4-1
Oct. 23 6:00 pm Northeastern Boston, Mass.1-21-5-1
Oct. 24 2:00 pm Northeastern Boston, Mass.2-31-6-1
Oct. 30 7:07 pm Wayne State Bemidji, Minn.3-12-6-1
Oct. 31 2:07 pm Wayne State Bemidji, Minn.1-62-7-1
Nov. 6 7:07 pm Minnesota State Mankato, Minn.2-22-7-2
Nov. 7 3:07 pm Minnesota State Mankato, Minn.3-13-7-2
Nov. 13 7:07 pm St. Cloud State Bemidji, Minn.1-04-7-2
Nov. 14 2:07 pm St. Cloud State Bemidji, Minn.2-54-8-2
Nov. 20 6:07 pm Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn.2-44-9-2
Nov. 21 4:07 pm Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn.1-34-10-2
Dec. 5 7:07 pm North Dakota Grand Forks, N.D.3-05-10-2
Dec. 6 7:07 pm North Dakota Bemidji, Minn.3-2 (OT)6-10-2
Dec. 12 3:07 pm Minnesota Duluth Duluth, Minn.1-46-11-2
Dec. 13 3:07 pm Minnesota Duluth Duluth, Minn.2-26-11-3
Jan. 8 7:07 pm Minnesota State Bemidji, Minn.2-26-11-4
Jan. 9 3:07 pm Minnesota State Bemidji, Minn.3-07-11-4
Jan. 15 6:07 pm Minnesota Bemidji, Minn.1-17-11-5
Jan. 16 4:07 pm Minnesota Bemidji, Minn.1-17-11-6
Jan. 22 6:07 pm Ohio State Columbus, Ohio2-57-12-6
Jan. 23 1:07 pm Ohio State Columbus, Ohio1-08-12-6
Jan. 29 7:07 pm St. Cloud State St. Cloud, Minn.2-38-13-6
Jan. 30 2:07 pm St. Cloud State St. Cloud, Minn.3-38-13-7
Feb. 6 1:07 pm Wisconsin* Madison, Wisc.1-68-14-7
Feb. 7 2:07 pm Wisconsin Madison, Wisc.2-09-14-7
Feb. 12 7:07 pm North Dakota Bemijdi, Minn.0-29-15-7
Feb. 13 7:07 pm North Dakota Grand Forks, N.D.1-010-15-7
Feb. 19 2:07 pm Minnesota Duluth Bemidji, Minn. 2-510-16-7
Feb. 20 2:07 pm Minnesota Duluth Bemidji, Minn.0-310-17-7
[9]==Player http://www.bemidjistate.edu/athletics/sports/whockey/schedule/index.html</ref>]

</ref>==Player ==Player stats==

= Indicates team leader

SkatersEdit

Player Games Goals Assists Points Points/game PIM GWG PPG SHG
Erin Cody38 20 13 33 0.8684 28 1 5 0
Annie Bauerfeld 38 9 18 27 0.7105 16 1 3 0
Montana Vichorek 38 5 12 17 0.4474 48 2 2 0
Emily Erickson 38 6 9 15 0.3947 0 1 1 0
Frances Dorr 38 4 10 14 0.3684 10 0 1 0
Erika Wheelhouse 38 0 14 14 0.3684 8 0 0 0
Erin Johnson 18 6 5 11 0.6111 38 3 2 0
Sadie Lundquist 38 2 8 10 0.2632 24 1 0 0
Keirstin Visser 38 3 3 6 0.1579 42 1 2 0
Marlee Wheelhouse 38 0 6 6 0.1579 22 0 0 0
Mackenzie Thurston 38 2 2 4 0.1053 8 0 0 0
Kimberly Lieder35 0 4 4 0.1143 18 0 0 0
Jamie Hatheway 27 2 0 2 0.0741 8 1 0 0
Jackie Robertson 38 1 1 2 0.0526 35 0 0 0
Erin Babineau 26 0 1 1 0.0385 10 0 0 0
Lexy Parenteau 36 0 1 1 0.0278 10 0 0 0
Alana McElhinney 13 0 1 1 0.0769 6 0 0 0
Nicole Rawlings 17 0 0 0 0.0000 0 0 0 0
Kaylee Keys 15 0 0 0 0.0000 20 0 0 0
Molly Arola 24 0 0 0 0.0000 2 0 0 0
Lauren Williams 33 0 0 0 0.0000 18 0 0 0
Hayley Williams 16 0 0 0 0.0000 8 0 0 0
Zuzana Tomcikova 26 0 0 0 0.0000 2 0 0 0
[10]

GoaltendersEdit

Player Games Played Minutes Goals Against Wins Losses Ties Shutouts Save % Goals Against Average

PostseasonEdit

Date Opponent Location Score Notes
Feb. 26 St. Cloud State St. Cloud 0-3
Feb. 27 St. Cloud State St. Cloud 2-1 End 14 game playoff losing streak
Feb. 28 St. Cloud State Bemidji 4-1 Advance to first ever WCHA Final Face-Off
  • February 27: Bemidji State ends its 14 game playoff losing streak in a 2-1 victory over St. Cloud State. [11]
  • February 28: By defeating St. Cloud State in Game 3, the Beavers advance to the WCHA Final Face-Off for the first time in school history. Zuzana Tomcikova had 27 saves and the win was the Beavers 12th win of the season. It ties the school record for most wins in a season (accomplished in 2001-02).[12] The Beavers will now play the Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs in the WCHA semi-finals. In the two playoff wins, Annie Bauerfeld had four points (two goals and two assists) to lead the team in points. Montana Vichorek's three points (one goal and two assists) ranked second. [13]

WCHA Final FaceoffEdit

  • Semifinals
Date Opponent Location Score Notes
Feb. 26 Minnesota Duluth Ridder Arena 3-7[14] Emily Erickson had three points
  • Notes
    • Freshman Erika Wheelhouse assisted on the final goal for her fourteenth on the season. Her number ranked second on the team.
    • Erin Cody scored her 20th goal of the season in the loss to the Bulldogs. Her 33 points (20 goals, 13 assists) was the best of her NCAA career. In the all-time ranks, she is tied for third all-time with 36 career goals.
    • Senior Jackie Robertson finished her NCAA career by playing in 144 games. She shares the record with her former teammate Brooke Collins.

Awards and honorsEdit

  • Steve Sertich, WCHA Coach of the Year
  • Zuzana Tomcikova, WCHA Defensive Player of the Week (Week of October 12)[15]
  • Zuzana Tomcikova, WCHA Defensive Player of the Week (Week of November 9)[16]
  • Zuzana Tomcikova, WCHA Co-Defensive Player of the Week (Week of January 20)[17]
  • Zuzana Tomcikova, Patty Kazmaier Award nominee[18]
  • Zuzana Tomcikova, Co-WCHA Player of the Year[19]
  • Erika Wheelhouse, Bemidji State, WCHA Rookie of the Week (Week of January 11) [20]

ReferencesEdit

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