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The 2009-10 Sacred Heart Pioneers season was their seventh season as a Division I Independent. Led by head coach Tom O’Malley, the Pioneers had 10 victories, compared to 19 defeats and 3 ties.

Regular seasonEdit

Season highlightsEdit

  • September 25: Raelene Sydor had a season-high 40 saves in the Pioneers’ season opener at Maine.
  • September 26: Against the Maine Black Bears women’s ice hockey program, Nicole Palazzo scored once and added two assists.
  • October 3: Kate Dunlop scored a power play goal at Quinnipiac.
  • November 27: Emily Siira made a season-high 42 saves against the Yale Bulldogs women’s ice hockey program. [1]
  • December 4: Kate Dunlop registered three assists and a goal in 6-1 win over Oswego State
  • December 5: Brittany Hartman scored twice, once on the power play, and added an assist in 7-2 win over Oswego State [2]
  • January 9: Brittany Hartman had three assists and scored two goals in a 9-7 win at Bowdoin. Kate Dunlop had two goals and two assists in the same game. [3]
  • January 16: Against Neumann, Nicole Palazzo had three assists.
  • January 22-23: Brittany Hartman and Kate Dunlop each registered a goal and an assist in each game against the Robert Morris Colonials women’s ice hockey program.
  • February 6: Brittany Hartman scored the game winning goal at Wesleyan
  • February 12: In a 5-0 win over Salve Regina, Nicole Palazzo had three assists.

ScheduleEdit

Date Score Opponent Time Record
09/25/2009 0-9 @ Maine 7:00 ET 0-1-0
09/26/2009 4-11 @ Maine 2:00 ET 0-2-0
10/03/2009 1-4 @ Quinnipiac 2:00 ET 0-3-0
10/16/2009 0-6 @ Union 7:00 ET 0-4-0
10/17/2009 1-3 @ Union 4:00 ET 0-5-0
10/24/2009 6-2 @ Rhode Island 7:00 ET 1-5-0
11/13/2009 5-2 @ Potsdam 7:00 ET 2-5-0
11/14/2009 3-6 @ Potsdam 2:00 ET 2-6-0
11/18/2009 3-5 Holy Cross 7:00 ET 2-7-0
11/27/2009 1-10 @ Yale 4:00 ET (1) 2-8-0
11/28/2009 1-11 vs Quinnipiac 4:00 ET 2-9-0
12/02/2009 3-1 Nichols 7:00 ET 3-9-0
12/04/2009 6-1 Oswego 7:00 ET 4-9-0
12/05/2009 7-1 Oswego 2:00 ET 5-9-0
12/11/2009 4-4 Robert Morris Coll 7:00 ET 5-9-1
12/29/2009 3-5 Western Ontario 7:00 ET 5-10-1
12/30/2009 3-1 Western Ontario 2:00 ET6-10-1
01/05/2010 5-7 Lake Forest 1:00 ET 6-11-1
01/07/20104-4 @ Southern Maine 4:00 ET 6-11-2
01/09/2010 9-7 @ Bowdoin 7:30 ET 7-11-2
01/10/2010 2-5 @ Bowdoin 2:00 ET 7-12-2
01/15/2010 3-5 @ Neumann 7:00 ET 7-13-2
01/16/2010 4-10 @ Neumann 7:00 ET 7-14-2
01/22/2010 2-10 @ Robert Morris 7:05 ET 7-15-2
01/23/2010 4-13 @ Robert Morris 7:05 ET 7-16-2
02/02/2010 1-5 Williams 7:00 ET 7-17-2
02/06/2010 4-2 @ Wesleyan 3:00 ET 8-17-2
02/12/2010 5-0 Salve Regina 7:00 ET 9-17-2
02/19/2010 5-9 Rhode Island 7:00 ET 9-18-2
02/20/2010 7-1 Rhode Island 2:00 ET 10-18-2
02/27/2010 6-7 (ot) vs St. Anselm 4:00 ET 10-19-2
02/28/2010 3-3 vs St. Michael's 1:00 ET 10-19-3

PlayersEdit

  • Brittany Hartman skated in all 26 games for the Pioneers. She got her first goal of the season at Maine on September 26. She posted nine multi-point games. Hartman was second on the team in points with 30 (14 goals and 16 assists). Her four power play goals led the team.
  • As a sophomore, Nicole Palazzo appeared in 24 games. She had five goals and tied for the team lead in assists with 17. In each ECAC Open Tournament game, Nicole Palazzo scored a power play goal. [4]
  • Kate Dunlop appeared in all 26 games and was the Pioneers' Captain. Dunlop finished third on the team in scoring with 26 total points (9 goals, 17 assists).
  • Goaltender Raelene Sydor was in her sophomore year. She posted a 5.79 goals against average and accumulated 309 saves.
  • Freshman Emily Siira started in 14 games in the net and appeared in 17 overall. For the season, she stopped 453 shots. Statistically, she registered a 5.32 goals against average and .850 save percentage. As a rookie, Siira managed to win five games. In six games, Siira recorded at least 30 saves.

Player statsEdit

SkatersEdit

Name Games Played Goals Assists Points PPG PIM GW PP SH
Lauren Fontaine 26 22 14 36 1.3846 28 0 1 2
Brittany Hartman26 14 16 30 1.1538 8 1 3 0
Kate Dunlop26 9 17 26 1.0000 12 1 3 0
Nicole Palazzo24 5 17 22 0.9167 24 0 3 0
Kristina Hankins25 6 9 15 0.6000 2 1 1 1
Taryn Lapierre25 5 10 15 0.6000 14 2 1 0
Caitlin Gottwald26 6 5 11 0.4231 22 1 2 1
Jamie Mey23 3 8 11 0.4783 4 0 0 0
Tara Kent26 5 5 10 0.3846 12 1 0 0
Jennifer Burroughs26 2 8 10 0.3846 26 0 0 0
Lauren Towers26 5 3 8 0.3077 2 0 1 0
Sarah Delaney26 1 4 5 0.1923 32 0 0 0
Megan Murphy24 1 3 4 0.1667 8 0 0 0
Jackie Galvin20 1 2 3 0.1500 8 0 0 0
Sara Reddington11 2 0 2 0.1818 4 0 0 0
Caroline Herlihy20 0 2 2 0.1000 0 0 0 0
Jennifer Abramo5 0 1 1 0.2000 0 0 0 0
Maura Leahy11 0 1 1 0.0909 18 0 0 0
Erin Burke22 0 0 0 0.0000 0 0 0 0
Raelene Sydor15 0 0 0 0.0000 0 0 0 0
Tatiana Klinoff12 0 0 0 0.0000 2 0 0 0
Lavinia Kronberg3 0 0 0 0.0000 0 0 0 0
Emily Siira17 0 0 0 0.0000 0 0 0 0
Bailey Millerd 8 0 0 0 0.0000 4 0 0 0
Jessica Rice 9 0 0 0 0.0000 0 0 0 0
Jennifer Hasson12 0 0 0 0.0000 0 0 0 0
[5]

PostseasonEdit

  • Feb 28, 2010: Though the game was officially a 3-3 tie, the Pioneers won the game in a shootout over St. Michael's College in the ECAC Open Championship third place game. Brittany Hartman scored the first goal of the game 2:43 into the first period. Nicole Palazzo had a goal on the power play 6:39 into the second period to tie the game at two. The Pioneers would take the lead less than six minutes later. Hartman scored her 14th score of the season. Purple Knights senior captain Alexis Reagan tied the game at three. The third period did not have any scoring. In the shootout, Kate Dunlop scored the first goal. After St. Michael’s tied it, Brittany Hartman scored again. The Purple Knights would tie the score again. In the seventh round of the shootout, Dunlop scored as the Pioneers took third place.

Pioneers goalie Raelene Sydor recorded 19 saves for the Pioneers. Sacred Heart outshot Saint Michael's 44-22 for the game. The Pioneers converted only once in ten power play opportunities. [6]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Emily Siira Player Profile. Sacred Heart Pioneers athletics. Retrieved on 30 July 2010.
  2. Brittany Hartman Player Profile. Sacred Heart Pioneers athletics. Retrieved on 30 July 2010.
  3. Kate Dunlop Player Profile. Sacred Heart Pioneers athletics. Retrieved on 30 July 2010.
  4. Nicole Palazzo Player Profile. Sacred Heart Pioneers athletics. Retrieved on 30 July 2010.
  5. Sacred Heart Pioneers Women's Hockey 2009-2010 Statistics: Overall. USCHO.com. Retrieved on 30 July 2010.
  6. Women's Ice Hockey Plays to 3-3 Draw with St. Michael's. Sacred Heart Pioneers athletics. Retrieved on 30 July 2010.

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