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2010–11 Quinnipiac Bobcats
Conference ECAC
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Not ranked College Sports Not ranked
2010–11 Record 2-0-0
Head Coach Rick Seeley
Captain Jordan Elkins
Alternate captains Kelsey Britton, Kelley Davies, Kate Wheeler
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The Quinnipiac Bobcats represent Quinnipiac University in ECAC Hockey. The Bobcats will attempt to qualify for the NCAA tournament for the first time in school history.



Player Nationality Position Notes
Shelby Wignall Flag of Canada.svg Canada Defense Helped Stoney Creek Intermediate AA Sabers to a 49-21-6 record and a PWHL Bronze Medal
Kelly Babstock Flag of Canada.svg Canada Forward In 2009-10, helped the Toronto Jr. Aeros of Provincial Women's League to Gold Medal and Alumni Cup
Lindsay Burman Flag of the United States United States Forward Helped the Minnesota Thoroughbreds of the JWHL to a second-place finish
Erica Uden Johansson Flag of Sweden Sweden Forward Played in the 2010 Olympics with Swedish women's hockey team
Was a 2010 Swedish champion gold medalist with Segeltorp
Elena Orlando Flag of the United States United States Forward Played for Shattuck-St. Mary's, part of a national championship in 2009 and a runner-up finish in 2010.
Kelly Lavallee Flag of the United States United States Defense Won the 'Hockey Night In Boston Top Defenseman' award in 2009
Emily MacKinnon Flag of Canada.svg Canada Forward Three-time team Most Valuable Player at the Kent, CT school
Kara Gust Flag of the United States United States Defense Contributed to Chicago Mission Tier I Elite MWHL Champions State Championship and Third-Place national finish
Megan Hagg Flag of Canada.svg Canada Forward Played for Toronto Jr. Aeros of the Provincial Women's Hockey League
Amanda Collin Flag of the United States United States Forward Minnesota Ms. Hockey Award Top Ten finalist
Wendy's Heisman Female Award Winner from Burnsville High School, also being receiving the school's Outstanding Athlete Award.
Olivia Brackett Flag of the United States United States Forward Helped the Detroit Little Caesars AAA girls hockey team to a state championship


Date Opponent Time Score Goal scorers
09/24/2010 Ontario Hockey Academy7:00 ET Qpac, 3-1[1] Kelly Babstock (2), Lindsay Burman

News and notesEdit


  • Kelly Babstock tallied one goal (the first of the season) and one assist in a 3-0 victory over Niagara. On October 2, she scored a goal and two assists in a 3-1 win over Niagara.
  • Kate Wheeler scored two goals in a 3-0 victory against Niagara on October 1. The next day, she picked up an assist in a 3-1 victory over Niagara
  • Erica Uden Johansson scored one goal and had one assist on October 9 against the Northeastern in a 4-0 win. The following day, Johansson had three goals against Sacred Heart in a 5-0 victory.
  • In the first two games, Victoria Vigilanti made a total of 44 saves on 45 shots. On October 1, she stopped 20 shots in a 3-0 shutout of Niagara. The next day, she made 24 saves in a 3-1 win versus Niagara.
  • On October 9, Victoria Vigilanti made 27 saves for her second shutout of the season. It was a 4-0 win over Northeastern. The following day, she turned away 13 shots in a 5-0 victory against Sacred Heart. She turned away 40 of 40 shots.
  • October 15-16: Regan Boulton registered three goals and two assist. In a 4-2 win versus the Maine Black Bears, she registered her first-career hat trick.[2]

Regular seasonEdit


Conference Overall
#2 Cornell†* 22 20 1 1 41 35 31 3 1
Harvard 22 14 5 3 31 32 17 11 4
Dartmouth 22 15 7 0 30 8 5 3 0
Princeton 22 13 8 1 27 31 16 14 1
Quinnipac 2212 9 1 25 37 22 12 3
Clarkson 22 10 8 4 24 37 14 17 6
St. Lawrence 22 11 11 0 22 7 4 3 0
Rensselaer 22 8 12 2 18 9 4 3 1
Colgate 22 8 12 2 18 33 11 193
Yale 22 8 12 2 18 29 9 17 3
Brown 22 1 17 4 6 29 2 23 4
Union 22 1 19 2 4 34 2 29 3
Championship: Cornell
indicates conference regular season champion
* indicates conference tournament champion
Current rankings: Division I women's poll


Date Opponent Score Goal scorers Record Conf record
Oct. 1 Niagara 3-0 Kelly Babstock, Kate Wheeler (2)[4] 1-0-00-0-0
Oct. 2 Niagara 3-1Erica Uden Johansson, Regan Boulton, Kelly Babstock[5] 2-0-00-0-0
Oct. 9 Northeastern 4-0 Kelly Babstock, Erica Uden Johansson, Jordan Elkins, Kate Wheeler[6]3-0-00-0-0
Oct. 10 Sacred Heart 5-0 Erica Uden Johansson (3), Brittany Lyons, Kelly Babstock[7] 4-0-00-0-0
Oct. 15 Maine 4-2 5-0-00-0-0
Oct. 16 Maine 2-4 5-1-00-0-0
Oct. 22 Boston College
Oct. 29 Cornell

Conference recordEdit

CHA school Record
St. Lawrence

Player statsEdit


Awards and honorsEdit

  • Kelly Babstock, MLX Skates Rookie of the Week (Week of October 5)
  • Kate Wheeler, MLX Skates Player of the Week (Week of October 5)[8]
  • Erica Uden Johansson, MLX Skates Player of the Week (Week of October 12)[9]
  • Erica Uden Johansson, MLX Skates Rookie of the Week (Week of October 12)
  • Victoria Vigilanti, MLX Skates Defensive Player of the Week (Week of October 5)
  • Victoria Vigilanti, MLX Skates Defensive Player of the Week (Week of October 12)

See alsoEdit


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