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The Golden Knights were coached by Shannon Desrosiers and Matt Desrosiers. They were assisted by Matt Kelly.

OffseasonEdit

  • July 25: Hockey Canada announced 42 players have been invited to the National Women's Under-22 Team selection camp to be held on August 7-14. Clarkson players Juana Baribeau and Katelyn Ptolemy have been invited. Of the 42 players, nearly one-third (13) are current, incoming or former ECAC Hockey standouts.[1]
  • July 27: Clarkson University Women’s Hockey co-head coach Shannon Desrosiers competed at the Ford Ironman Lake Placid on Saturday, July 25. Desrosiers finished 118th out of 2,247 competitors.[2]
  • August 12: Four student-athletes have been added for the upcoming year. Forwards Danielle Skirrow and Dominique Thibault, defenseman Hailey Wood and goaltender Kelsey Neumann will be in their freshmen year.[3]
  • September 22:Clarkson senior Dominique Thibault was chosen to the coaches’ Preseason ECAC Hockey All-League Team.[4]

ExhibitionEdit

Date Opponent Location Time Score
9/26/2009 OTTAWA SENATORS PWHL (exh.) Cheel Arena 5:30 pm 7-3[5]

Regular seasonEdit

  • October 5: The Clarkson women’s hockey team was ranked No. 7 in the country. The USCHO.com officials revealed it in their first Top-10 Women’s Hockey Poll of the season. [6]
  • October 13: With an undefeated record to start the season, Clarkson is now ranked fourth in the polls. This is Clarkson's highest rating ever in the national polls. [7]
  • November 7: Clarkson won its seventh straight game by defeating Dartmouth.[8]
  • February 17: Lauren Dahm and Britney Selina Dominique Thibault are among one of forty five nominees for the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award. [9]

Class of 2010Edit

Britney Selina, Carlee Eusepi, Genevieve Lavoie, Ashleigh Moorehead, Tegan Schroeder, and Dominique Thibault were the senior class of 2010. During their four years with Clarkson, the club accumulated 81 victories. This was highlighted by two 20+ win campaigns (2007-08 and 2009-10). In addition, there were four appearances in the ECAC Hockey playoffs and two championship tournament showings in 2008 and 2010. The final year was highlighted by the Golden Knights first ever appearance in the NCAA Tournament this past season.

StandingsEdit

Conference Overall
GP W L T PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
Cornell 22 14 2 6 34 31 17 8 6
Clarkson 22 14 5 331 37 22 105
Harvard 22 13 6 3 29 31 20 6 5
Quinnipac 22 11 4 7 29 37 19108
Rensselaer 22 11 7 4 26 36 16 15 6
Princeton 22 11 7 4 26 31 13 14 4
St. Lawrence 22 11 83 25 37 16 14 7
Colgate 22 8 10 420 36 12 20 4
Dartmouth 22 9 12 119 28 12 14 2
Yale 22 8 13 117 29 10 16 3
Brown 22 118 3 5 28 3 21 4
Union 22 120 1 3 34 5 28 1
[10]

RosterEdit

Number Name Position Height Class
4 Katelyn Ptolemy Defense 5-5 So.
7 Gabrielle Kosziwka Forward 5-9 So.
9 Hailey Wood Defense 5-5 Fr.
10 Danielle Boudreau Forward 5-6 So.
11 Tegan Schroeder Defense 5-5 Sr.
14 Brittany Mulligan Forward 5-11 So.
15 Carlee Eusepi Defense 5-10 Sr.
16 Daris Tendler Forward 5-4 Jr.
17 Caitlin Oleksa Center 5-2 Jr.
18 Courtney Olson Defense 5-5 Jr.
19 Kali Gillanders Forward 5-11 So.
21 Genevieve Lavoie Forward 5-11 Sr.
22 Meg Omand Forward 5-8 So.
23 Melissa Waldie Forward 5-6 Jr.
25 Juana Baribeau Forward 5-7 So.
26 Ashleigh Moorehead Forward 5-9 Sr.
27 Britney Selina Center 5-6 Sr.
28 Danielle Skirrow Forward 5-3 Fr.
31 Kelsey Neumann Goaltender 5-4 Fr.
35 Lauren Dahm Goaltender 5-6 Jr.
96 Dominique Thibault Forward 5-11 Sr.

Player statsEdit

= Indicates team leader

SkatersEdit

Player Games Goals Assists Points Points/game PIM GWG PPG SHG
Dominique Thibault 39 21 19 40 1.0256 28 5 5 1
Juana Baribeau40 18 19 37 0.925050 3 3 1
Britney Selina 40 1026 36 0.9000 18 1 4 1
Melissa Waldie38 18 12 30 0.7895 10 5 10 0
Carlee Eusepi 39 6 13 19 0.4872 12 3 4 0
Kali Gillanders 37 3 10 13 0.3514 38 3 0 0
Genevieve Lavoie40 3 9 12 0.3000 6 0 0 0
Daris Tendler40 6 5 11 0.2750 6 0 0 0
Gabrielle Kosziwka40 7 2 9 0.2250 16 1 0 0
Brittany Mulligan 35 5 3 8 0.2286 48 1 0 0
Hailey Wood40 1 6 7 0.1750 18 0 0 0
Danielle Skirrow 39 1 6 7 0.1795 20 0 0 0
Tegan Schroeder40 2 4 6 0.1500 38 1 0 0
Danielle Boudreau40 2 4 6 0.1500 12 0 1 0
Courtney Olson40 1 3 4 0.1000 28 0 0 0
Katelyn Ptolemy40 0 4 4 0.1000 12 0 0 0
Ashleigh Moorehead39 0 1 1 0.0256 2 0 0 0
Lauren Dahm39 0 0 0 0.0000 0 0 0 0
Meg Omand 10 0 0 0 0.0000 0 0 0 0
Kelsey Neumann1 0 0 0 0.0000 0 0 0 0
Caitlin Oleksa34 0 0 0 0.0000 2 0 0 0

[11]

PostseasonEdit

  • March 7: Cornell sophomore Kendice Ogilvie beat Clarkson goaltender Lauren Dahm at 7:52 mark in overtime. With the victory, Cornell won its first ECAC Tournament.[12]
  • March 13: Emily West scored the game winning goal in overtime as the Minnesota Golden Gophers women's ice hockey program defeated Clarkson and earned a trip to the Frozen Four. The final score was 3-2 in overtime.[13]

Awards and honorsEdit

  • Dominique Thibault, Pre-Season All-ECAC Team[14]
  • Juana Babineau, ECAC Offensive Player of the Week (Week of October 12)[15]
  • Lauren Dahm, ECAC Defensive Player of the Week (Week of October 12)[16]
  • Lauren Dahm, ECAC Defensive Player of the Week (Week of October 26)
  • Carlee Eusepi, ECAC Offensive Player of the Week (Week of November 9)[17]
  • Kali Gillanders, ECAC Offensive Player of the Week (Week of November 2)[18]
  • Britney Selina, ECAC Offensive Player of the Week[19], (Week of October 26)
  • Britney Selina, finalist for the 2009-10 ECAC Women’s Best Defensive Forward Award[20]
  • Melissa Waldie, ECAC Offensive Player of the Week (Week of October 19)[21]

Team AwardsEdit

  • Britney Selina, Most Valuable Player
  • Danielle Boudreau, Coaches Award winner
  • Hailey Wood, Rookie of the Year[22]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. http://www.clarksonathletics.com/News/whock/2009/7/27/WHOCcandaCamp.asp?path=whock
  2. http://www.clarksonathletics.com/News/whock/2009/7/28/ShannonLakePlacid09.asp?path=whock
  3. http://www.clarksonathletics.com/News/whock/2009/8/12/WHOC09recruits.asp?path=whock
  4. http://www.clarksonathletics.com/news/2009/9/22/WHOCK_0922093454.aspx?path=whock
  5. http://www.clarksonathletics.com/news/2009/9/26/WHOCK_0926093048.aspx?path=whock
  6. http://hurstathletics.com/news/2009/10/5/WHOCK_1005094806.aspx
  7. http://www.clarksonathletics.com/news/2009/10/13/WHOCK_1013094507.aspx?path=whock
  8. http://www.clarksonathletics.com/news/2009/11/7/WHOCK_1107094320.aspx?path=whock
  9. http://www.usahockey.com/patty_kazmaier/default.aspx?NAV=AF&id=280824&DetailedNews=yes
  10. http://www.ecachockey.com/women/2009-10/standings
  11. Clarkson Golden Knights Women's Hockey 2009-2010 Statistics: Overall. USCHO.com. Retrieved on 5 August 2010.
  12. http://www.cornellbigred.com/news/2010/3/7/WICE_0307100425.aspx
  13. http://www.gophersports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=38864&SPID=3323&DB_OEM_ID=8400&ATCLID=204907854
  14. http://ecachockey.com/women/2009-10/2009_Women-s_Preseaon_All-League_Team.pdf
  15. http://www.ecachockey.com/women/2009-10/20091210_W_Wkly_Awards
  16. http://www.ecachockey.com/women/2009-10/20091210_W_Wkly_Awards
  17. http://www.clarksonathletics.com/news/2009/11/9/WHOCK_1109095159.aspx?path=whock
  18. http://www.ecachockey.com/women/2009-10/Weekly_Awards/Women-s_Wkly_Award_Winners_11_02.pdf
  19. http://www.ecachockey.com/women/2009-10/Weekly_Awards/20092610_W_Wkly_Awards
  20. http://www.ecachockey.com/women/2009-10/Weekly_Awards/20100303_W_Best_Def_Forw_Finalists
  21. http://www.ecachockey.com/women/2009-10/20091910_W_Wkly_Awards
  22. Selina Named Clarkson MVP. ECAC Hockey (April 24, 2010). Retrieved on 28 April 2010.

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