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2009–10 Eastern College Athletic Conference women's ice hockey season
ECAC logo
League NCAA Division I
Sport Ice hockey
Duration September 2009
through March, 2010
Regular Season
Season champions Cornell Big Red
League champions Clarkson Golden Knights
Season MVP Catherine White
Tournament
Tournament champions Cornell Big Red
  Runners-up Clarkson Golden Knights
Tournament MVP Kendice Ogilvie

The 2009–10 ECAC women's ice hockey season marked the continuation of the annual tradition of competitive ice hockey among Eastern College Athletic Conference members.

Pre-seasonEdit

  • September 22: St. Lawrence, which has finished among the top three teams in the regular-season standings each year since 2000-01, has been selected to finish in first place in the ECAC in the preseason poll. The voting was done by the league coaches as part of the pre-season polls and all-league team.

The Saints, garnered a total of 107 points, including three of 12 first-place votes.[1] St. Lawrence, boasts returning all-league selection senior defender Britni Smith. Last season, the team finished second in the regular-season standings with a mark of 16-5-1.

Harvard claimed three first-place votes to finish second in the poll. The Crimson earned 103 total points. Harvard is the two-time defending regular-season champion. Dartmouth gained five first place votes, and is slotted to finish third in regular-season play according to the voting. The Big Green compiled 93 points in the poll. Princeton ranks fourth in the preseason poll with 89 points. Clarkson occupies the fifth slot with 85 points, earning one first-place vote. ECAC Hockey Championship runner-up Rensselaer was selected to finish in sixth place, with 74 points.

ECAC pre-season coaches pollEdit

Place School First place votes Total points
1 St. Lawrence (3) 107
2 Harvard (3) 103
3 Dartmouth (5) 93
4 Princeton (0) 89
5 Clarkson (1) 85
6 Rensselaer (0) 74
7 Cornell (0) 68
8 Colgate (0) 52
9 Quinnipiac (0) 37
10 Yale (0) 34
11 Brown (0) 24
12 Union (0) 11
[1]

Pre-season All-ECAC teamEdit

Position Name School Class
F Dominique Thibault Clarkson
F Jenna Cunningham Dartmouth Sr.
F Catherine White Cornell So
D Sasha Sherry Princeton Jr
D Britni Smith St. Lawrence Sr
G Christina Kessler Harvard Sr
[2]

CIS exhibitionEdit

Date Location NCAA school CIS team Score
Sun. Sept 27 Matthers Arena Northeastern McGill

McGill, 3-1[3]

Sat. Oct 3 Appleton Arena St. Lawrence McGill[4] St. Lawrence, 2-1[5]
Fri. Oct 23 Hanover, N.H. Dartmouth McGill[6]
Sun. Oct 25 New Haven, CT Yale McGill[7]

Canadian semipro exhibitionEdit

Date Location NCAA school Canadian team Score
9/26/2009 Cheel Arena Clarkson Ottawa Senators (PWHL)[8] Clarkson, 7-3[9]
10/18/2009 Lynah Rink Cornell Big Red Toronto Aeros[10]

Regular seasonEdit

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
[11]

US Olympic exhibition gamesEdit

On January 3, the ECAC fielded an all-star team to take on the US Olympic Team. Caitlin Cahow (Branford, Conn.), Natalie Darwitz (Eagan, Minn.) and Jocelyne Lamoureux (Grand Forks, N.D.) each tallied two goals in pacing Team USA to victory.[12]

Date Location NCAA school Score
January 3TD Bank Sports Center ECAC All-Stars 6-2, US[13]

Box scoresEdit

Period Goal Assists Time of goal
1 Angela Ruggiero (USA) Julie Chu 0:21
1 Hilary Knight (USA) 4:56
1 Caitlin Cahow (USA) Monique Lamoureux 12:32
2 Jocelyne Lamoureux (USA) Erika Lawler 2:38
2 Caitlin Cahow (2) (USA) 9:13
2 Akstull (ECAC) Bassett 9:13
2 McDonald (ECAC) Buesser 16:51
2 Natalie Darwitz (USA) Knight, Stack 19:50
3Natalie Darwitz (USA) Chesson 12:40
3Jocelyne Lamoureux (USA) Knight 13:00
[14]

OctoberEdit

  • Oct. 21: Former Harvard player Angela Ruggiero was nominated for the Jefferson Award for Public Service.[15]

NovemberEdit

  • Nov. 17: For the second consecutive week, Clarkson, Cornell, and Princeton earned spots in the top 10 in the USCHO.com national poll released Monday, November 16 and the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll released Tuesday, November 17.[16]

DecemberEdit

JanuaryEdit

FebruaryEdit

MarchEdit

In season honorsEdit

Players of the week

Throughout the conference regular season, Eastern College Athletic Conference offices names a player of the week each Monday.

Offensive players of the weekEdit

Week Off. player of the week
10/12/09 Juana Babineau, Clarkson[17]
10/19/09 Melissa Waldie, Clarkson[18]
10/26/09 Britney Selina, Clarkson[19]
11/02/09 Kali Gillanders, Clarkson[20]
11/09/09 Carlee Eusepi, Clarkson[21]
11/16/09 Kate Buesser, Harvard[22]
11/23/09
11/30/09
12/7/09
12/14/09
12/21/09
12/28/08
1/4/10
1/11/10
1/18/10
1/25/10
2/1/10
2/8/10
2/15/10
2/22/10 Randi Griffin, Harvard[23]
3/1/10
3/8/10

Defensive players of the weekEdit

Week Def. player of the week
10/12/09 Lauren Dahm, Clarkson
10/19/09 Victoria Vigilanti, Quinnipac
10/26/09 Lauren Dahm, Clarkson
11/02/09 Amanda Mazzotta, Cornell
11/09/09 Cassie Seguin, Princeton
11/16/09 Katie Jamieson, Brown
11/23/09
11/30/09
12/7/09
12/14/09
12/21/09
12/28/08
1/4/10
1/11/10
1/18/10
1/25/10
2/1/10
2/8/10
2/15/10
2/22/10 Victoria Vigilanti, Quinnipiac
3/1/10 Sonja van der Bliek, RPI[24]
3/8/10

Rookie of the weekEdit

Week Rookie of the week
10/12/09 Jamie Goldsmith, St. Lawrence
10/19/09 Kelly Sabatine, St. Lawrence
10/26/09 Kayla Sullivan, St. Lawrence
11/02/09 Heather Hughes, Quinnipac
11/09/09 Cassie Seguin, Princeton
11/16/09 Jillian Dempsey, Harvard
11/23/09
11/30/09
12/7/09
12/14/09
12/21/09
12/28/08
1/4/10
1/11/10
1/18/10
1/25/10
2/1/10
2/8/10
2/15/10
2/22/10 Laurie Jolin, Brown
3/1/10
3/8/10

2010 OlympicsEdit

Active playersEdit

The following active ECAC players represented their respective countries in Ice hockey at the 2010 Winter Olympics.

Player NCAA school Nationality Position Goals Assists Points Finish
Rebecca Johnston Cornell Flag of Canada.svg Canada Forward1 56Gold
Sarah Vaillancourt Harvard Flag of Canada.svg Canada Forward3 58Gold

Former playersEdit

Player NCAA school Nationality Position Goals Assists Points Medal
Gillian Apps Dartmouth Flag of Canada.svg Canada Forward 347Gold
Jennifer Botterill Harvard Flag of Canada.svg Canada Forward0 22Gold
Julie Chu Harvard Flag of the United States United States Forward Silver
Becky Kellar Brown Flag of the United States United States Forward0 4 4Gold
Gina Kingsbury St. Lawrence Flag of Canada.svg Canada Forward 2 1 3Gold
Cherie Piper Dartmouth Flag of Canada.svg Canada Forward 5 510Gold
Angela Ruggiero Harvard Flag of the United States United States Defence Silver

Statistical leadersEdit

Goals
Name School Goals
K. Stewart Colgate 22
D. Thibault Clarkson 21
S. Parsons Dartmouth 20
J. Cunningham Dartmouth 18
A. Trunzo Dartmouth 18

<center> Assists
Name School Assists
C. White Cornell 24
K. Buesser Harvard 22
B. Selina Clarkson 22
S. Parsons Dartmouth20
D. Thibault Clarkson 18

<center> Points
Name School Points
S. Parsons Dartmouth 40
D. Thibault Clarkson 39
K. Buesser Harvard 37
K. Stewart Colagte 37
C. White Cornell 34

<center> Plus/minus
Name School +/-
K. Buesser Harvard +26
C. Eusepi Clarkson +24
J. Dempsey Harvard +21
T. Schroeder Clarkson +20
J. Duffy Quinnipiac +20

<center> Goals Against
Name School Goals against
V. Vigilanti Quinnipiac 1.23
L. Bellamy Harvard 1.32
A. Mazzotta Cornell 1.38
C. Kessler Harvard 1.39
L. Dahm Clarkson 1.48

<center> Win Percentage
Name School Win %
L. Bellamy Harvard .733
C. Kessler Harvard .700
L. Dahm Clarkson .681
A. Mazzotta Cornell .667
V. Vigilanti Quinnipiac .629

<center> Saves
Name School Saves
V. Vigilanti Quinnipiac 891
K. Jamieson Brown 855
L. Dahm Clarkson 799
A. Marcinko Union 757
S. van der Bliek RPI 754

<center> Save percentage
Name School Save %
V. Vigilanti Quinnipiac .951
C. Kessler Harvard .944
L. Bellamy Harvard .938
L. Dahm Clarkson .937
A. Mazzotta Cornell .928

[25]

Post-seasonEdit

ECAC tournamentEdit

  Semifinals Finals
                 
Cornell  
RPI  
   
 
Clarkson
Harvard  

NCAA tournamentEdit

Record Win % R32 S16 E8 F4 CG
0–0

ECAC awards and honorsEdit

  • March 3: The leagues head coaches have voted for the Best Defensive Forward award. The finalists were named and include the following players: Sarah Parsons (Dartmouth), Britney Selina (Clarkson), Allison Wright (Rensselaer) and Liz Zorn (Cornell).[26]
  • March 4: Kate Buesser (Harvard), Sarah Parsons (Dartmouth), Catherine White (Cornell) have been named a finalist for the ECAC Player of the Year Award.[27]
  • March 4: Lauren Dahm (Clarkson), Amanda Mazzotta (Cornell) and Victoria Vigilanti (Quinnipiac) have been named as finalists for the ECAC Goalie of the Year.[28]
  • March 5: Laura Gersten (Rensselaer), Sarah Parsons, (Dartmouth) and Randi Griffin (Harvard) are the finalists for the ECAC Student Athlete of the Year.[29]
Honor Selection
Player of the Year
Coach of the Year
Freshman of the Year
Student Athlete of the Year
ECAC First Team
ECAC Second Team
ECAC Third Team
All-Freshman Team

ECAC all-academic teamEdit

National awards and honorsEdit

  • Dartmouth forward Sarah Parsons, Top 10 Finalist, Patty Kazmaier Award
  • St. Lawrence defenseman Britni Smith, Top 10 Finalist, Patty Kazmaier Award[30]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  3. http://gonu.com/whockey/2010/wh10-ex02.shtml
  4. 2009-2010 women's hockey Schedule & Results - Saints Athletics - St. Lawrence University. Stlawu.edu. Retrieved on 2010-05-09.
  5. McGill vs St. Lawrence (Oct 03, 2009). Stlawu.edu (2009-10-03). Retrieved on 2010-05-09.
  6. Women's Hockey - Schedules/Results - DartmouthSports.com—Official Web Site of Dartmouth Varsity Athletics. Dartmouthsports.com. Retrieved on 2010-05-09.
  7. 2009-10 Yale Women's Hockey Schedule. Yale Bulldogs. Retrieved on 2010-05-09.
  8. 2009-10 Women's Hockey Schedule. Clarkson Athletics. Retrieved on 2010-05-09.
  9. Knights Break Out Offensively in Exhibition Win Over Ottawa. Clarkson Athletics (2009-09-26). Retrieved on 2010-05-09.
  10. Cornell University - 2009-10 Women's Ice Hockey Schedule. Cornellbigred.com. Retrieved on 2010-05-09.
  11. http://www.ecachockey.com/women/2009-10/standings
  12. USA Hockey. USA Hockey. Retrieved on 2010-05-09.
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  24. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Athletics - van der Bliek Garners Top Weekly ECAC Hockey Goalie Honor. Rpiathletics.com (2010-01-03). Retrieved on 2010-05-09.
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  27. Parsons Selected as Finalist for ECAC Hockey Player of the Year - DartmouthSports.com—Official Web Site of Dartmouth Varsity Athletics. Dartmouthsports.com. Retrieved on 2010-05-09.
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