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The 2010-11 Carleton Ravens represented Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada during the 2010-11 CIS women's hockey season. The head coach is Shelley Coolidge.

ExhibitionEdit

On March 26, the Ravens participated in the Shoot for the Stars charitye hockey game to raise funds for the Children's Wish Foundation.

Date OpponentScore
Sept 3 Norwegian national team2-1[1]
March 26 Ottawa Senators (PWHL)1-3
[2]

RosterEdit

Number Player Position Years
3 Kaila Lassaline Forward4
4 Jasmine Levesque Defense1
6 Sarah MacLean Defense1
7 Claudia Bergeron Centre4
8 Victoria Gouge Defense2
9 Erin Beaver Defense2
10Veronic Auger Forward1
11 Olivia Sutter Center1
12 Kristen Marson Defense5
13 Kate Allan Forward1
14 Kristen MacDonald Forward3
15 Stephanie Plourde Defense2
16 Alexandra Yallouz Forward1
17 Sara Seiler Forward4
18 Sydnie MacDonald Centre2
19 Kelsey Vander Veen Defense2
21 Blaire MacDonald Defense 2
22 Brittany Simpson Forward1
30 Tamber TisdaleGoaltender1
31Victoria PowersGoaltender1
44 Sadie WegnerForward1
77 Erica Skinner Defense4
91 Melanie McKnight Defense4
98 Eri Kiribuchi Goalie2
[3]

PostseasonEdit

Date OpponentScore
Feb 23McGill Martlets0-1[4]
Feb 25 McGill Martlets 0-4[5]

Awards and honorsEdit

2011RavensAwardWinners

(Left to right) Claudia Bergeron and Kristen Marson were both named to the RSEQ Second All-Star Team, while Erica Skinner was named a candidate for the Marion Hilliard Award.

  • Claudia Bergeron, 2011 RSEQ Second All-Star Team
  • Kristen Marson, 2011 RSEQ Second All-Star Team[6]
  • Erica Skinner, RSEQ’s candidate for the Marion Hilliard Award (The Marion Hilliard Award is presented annually to the CIS women’s hockey player who best combines academic and sport excellence with community involvement.) [7]

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