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2009–10 Guelph Gryphons
Conference [[Ontario University Athletics|OUA]]
2009–10 Record
Head Coach Rachel Flanagan
Seasons
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The Guelph Gryphons will represent the University of Guelph in the 2009-10 Canadian Interuniversity Sport women's hockey season. The Gryphons will attempt to win their first Canadian Interuniversity Sport women's ice hockey championship. The head coach is Rachel Flanagan. Assisting her are Kirsten Thatcher and John Lovell

OffseasonEdit

  • April 9: The Guelph Gryphon women’s ice hockey team confirmed the addition of Mississauga native Jenna Lanzarotta. The forward participated with the Mississauga Jr. Chiefs in 2008-09. She amassed 21 points (9 goals, 12 assists) in 33 games played while helping her team to a 2008-09 provincial gold medal. She also participated in the Tier 2 girls Hockey ROPSSAA championship this year with her St. Marcellinus Spirit high school team. In addition, she was the hockey MVP for her high school.

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ExhibitionEdit

  • Two of the Gryphons exhibition games will involve NCAA teams.
Date Opponent Location Time Score
Sep 19, 2009 Carleton Guelph 2:00 PM Loss, 2-1
Sep 20, 2009 Concordia Guelph 2:00 PM Win, 1-0
Sep 26, 2009 Mercyhurst Mercyhurst[2] 2:00 PM Mercyhurst, 10-0[3]
Sep 27, 2009 Syracuse Syracuse [4] 2:00 PM Guelph, 3-1[5]

Regular seasonEdit

  • The Gryphons ranked seventh in the inaugural women's hockey coaches poll of the 2009-2010 season.[6]

RosterEdit

Number Name Position Height Year
1 Chelsey RoyG 5'04" 4
2 Carla D'AngeloD 5'10" 4
3 Jackie SollisD 5'08" 3
4 Stephanie DykesF 5'03" 3
5 Laura MiltonD 5'08" 2
6 Erin SmallF 5'05" 3
7 Tamara BellF 5'04" 2
9 Dayna KanisF 5'05" 4
10 Samantha RyderF 5'07" 2
11 Leslie TaylorF 5'11" 2
12 Patricia "Rose" HarrisF 5'08" 4
13 Alix MullinD 5'06" 2
15 Tori WoodsF 5'08" 3
17 Jody HodginsD 5'07" 3
19 Sarah McClincheyF 5'04" 4
20 Mary DarvillF 5'02" 2
21 Rachel DriscollD 5'06" 3
22 Jessica ZerafaF 5'07" 4
23 Jennifer RiversF 5'10" 3
24 Lucia MazzaD 5'06" 3
29 Tayne HewerF 5'09" 3
31 Kanesa ShwetzG 5'06" 4
33 Cassandra McNicholG 5'10" 2
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StandingsEdit

2009–10 OUA standings
Conference
GP W L OTL PTS GF GA
Laurier 27 26 1 1 53 98 23
Queen's 27 19 8 3 41 93 63
York 27 17 10 1 35 78 61
Guelph 27 14 13 3 31 89 66
Toronto 27 14 13 2 30 89 89
Windsor 27 13 14 0 26 64 68
Brock 27 11 16 3 25 55 79
Western 27 10 17 3 23 66 87
Waterloo 27 7 20 3 17 49 90
UOIT 27 4 23 5 13 54 109

ScheduleEdit

Date Opponent Location Time Score Record
Oct 10, 2009 Windsor Windsor 4:15 PM
Oct 11, 2009 Western Western 2:00 PM
Oct 16, 2009 Queens Queens 7:30 PM
Oct 17, 2009 UOIT UOIT 7:30 PM
Oct 24, 2009 Waterloo Guelph 2:00 PM
Oct 25, 2009 Laurier Guelph 2:00 PM0-1
Oct 30, 2009 Brock Guelph 7:30 PM
Nov 07, 2009 York York 2:00 PM
Nov 08, 2009 Toronto Toronto 4:00 PM
Nov 13, 2009 Windsor Guelph 7:30 PM
Nov 14, 2009 Western Guelph 7:30 PM
Nov 21, 2009 Laurier Laurier 7:30 PM2-3
Nov 22, 2009 Waterloo Waterloo 2:00 PM
Nov 28, 2009 Toronto Guelph 2:00 PM
Nov 29, 2009 York Guelph 2:00 PM
Dec 03, 2009 Brock Guelph 7:30 PM
Jan 07, 2010 UOIT Guelph 7:30 PM
Jan 09, 2010 Queens Guelph 2:00 PM
Jan 16, 2010 Western Western 4:00 PM
Jan 17, 2010 Windsor Windsor 4:15 PM
Jan 23, 2010 UOIT UOIT 3:30 PM
Jan 24, 2010 Queens Queens 2:30 PM
Jan 30, 2010 Waterloo Guelph 2:00 PM
Jan 31, 2010 Laurier Guelph 2:00 PM1-2
Feb 05, 2010 Brock Brock 7:30 PM
Feb 13, 2010 York Guelph 7:30 PM
Feb 14, 2010 Toronto Guelph 7:30 PM

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TournamentsEdit

  • Guelph will participate in the Concordia Tournament from December 28-30.
Date Opponent Location Time Score
Dec 28, 2009 TBA Concordia University 1:00 PM
Dec 29, 2009 McGill Concordia University 6:00 PM1-8[9]
Dec 30, 2009 TBA Concordia University 1:00 PM

Player statsEdit

SkatersEdit

Player Goals Assists Points Shots +/- PIM

GoaltendersEdit

Player Games Played Minutes Goals Against Wins Losses Ties Shutouts Save % Goals Against Average
Chelsey Roy
Kanesa Shwetz

PostseasonEdit

CIS TournamentEdit

Date Opponent Location Time Score
Feb 20, 2010 OUA Quarterfinal TBA 1:00 PM
Feb 25, 2010 OUA Semi Final TBA (best 2 of 3) 1:00 PM
Mar 04, 2010 OUA Finals TBA (best 2 of 3) 1:00 PM
Mar 11, 2010 CIS Championships(Mar. 11-14) St.Francis Xavier 1:00 PM

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