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The 2010-11 Syracuse Orange season will be their third season. The Orange shall compete in the College Hockey America conference and attempt to win the NCAA Championship. The Orange will also be the host club for the 2011 CHA Tournament.

RecruitingEdit

  • July 9:Head coach Paul Flanagan announced that 10 new student-athletes will join the program for the 2010-11 season. [1]
Player Position Nationality Notes
Kallie Billadeau Goaltender Flag of the United States United States Billadeau was the top rated goalie in the state of Minnesota
Jenesica Drinkwater Goaltender Flag of Canada.svg Canada She played for the Stoney Creek Junior Sabres. The club won the bronze medal in the Provincial Women's Hockey League (PWHL).
Sadie St. Germain Forward Flag of the United States United States St. Germain played for the Boston Shamrocks and was a three-time participant in the USA Hockey National Player Development Camp.
Cara Johnson Forward Flag of the United States United States Johnson was a member of the all-state team for two consecutive years. Johnson was named a finalist for the 2010 Minnesota Ms. Hockey Award.
Akane Hosoyamada Defense Flag of Canada.svg Canada She played for Team Alberta at the National Women's U-18 Championship and was a member of the Junior Women's Hockey League (JWHL) championship team.
Brittney Krebs Defense Flag of the United States United States During her senior season at NSA, Krebs played in 67 games (13 goals, 33 assists). She scored five game-winning goals.
Christina LaCombe Defense Flag of the United States United States She was an all-state selection for two consecutive seasons and led the state of Minnesota in goals scored by a defenseman.
Samantha Press ForwardFlag of the United States United States Press scored 15 goals and added 20 assists in her senior campaign for The Hotchkiss School.
Caitlin Roach Defense Flag of the United States United States Roach was a captain for her Honeybaked Under 19 team.
Margot Scharfe ForwardFlag of Canada.svg Canada She played for the Mississauga Junior Chiefs. The club won the Provincial Women's Hockey League (PWHL) regular season championship.
  • Jenesica Drinkwater played in 29 games for the Junior Sabres. Statisticall, she had 628 saves and seven shutouts. Drinkwater also played in the National Aboriginal Hockey Championship for Team Ontario South. The club won the bronze medal. During the 2008-09 season, she was one of six goalies in Canada to be selected for Team Canada Camp. That same season, she represented Team Ontario. The team participated in the Canadian National Women's U-18 tournament.

Regular seasonEdit

PinkattheRink2011

January 8, 2011: Captains Meghan Agosta and Stefanie Marty take part in a ceremonial face off with breast cancer survivor Katy Leisering for the Mercyhurst Pink at the Rink gala.

StandingsEdit

Overall Conference
GP W L T PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
Mercyhurst 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Syracuse 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Wayne State 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Niagara 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Robert Morris 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ScheduleEdit

Date Opponent Time Location Score Record
Fri, Oct 1 Northeastern University 7 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Fri, Oct 8 University of New Hampshire 7 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Sat, Oct 9 Boston College 4 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Fri, Oct 15 Providence College 7 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Sat, Oct 16 University of Connecticut 4 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Fri, Oct 22 Union College TBA Schenectady, NY
Sat, Oct 23 Union College TBA Schenectady, NY
Fri, Oct 29 Ohio State University TBA Columbus, OH
Sat, Oct 30 Ohio State University TBA Columbus, OH
Fri, Nov 5 Clarkson University 7 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Fri, Nov 12 Clarkson University 3 p.m. Potsdam, NY
Tue, Nov 23 Colgate University TBA Hamilton, NY
Fri, Nov 26 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 7 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Sat, Nov 27 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 2 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Tue, Nov 30 Cornell University 7 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Fri, Dec 3 * Wayne State University 7 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Sat, Dec 4 * Wayne State University 2 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Fri, Dec 10 Princeton University 7 p.m. Princeton, NJ
Sat, Dec 11

Princeton University

4 p.m. Princeton, NJ
Tue, Jan 4 Colgate University 7 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Fri, Jan 7 * Mercyhurst College TBA Erie, PA
Sat, Jan 8 * Mercyhurst College TBA Erie, PA
Fri, Jan 14 * Robert Morris University 7 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Sat, Jan 15 * Robert Morris University 2 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Fri, Jan 21 * Niagara University TBA Niagara Falls, NY
Sat, Jan 22 * Niagara University TBA Niagara Falls, NY
Fri, Jan 28 * Wayne State University TBA Detroit, MI
Sat, Jan 29 * Wayne State University TBA Detroit, MI
Fri, Feb 11 * Mercyhurst College 7 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Sat, Feb 12 * Mercyhurst College 2 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Fri, Feb 18 * Robert Morris University TBA Moon Township, PA
Sat, Feb 19 * Robert Morris University TBA Moon Township, PA
Fri, Feb 25 * Niagara University 7 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Sat, Feb 26 * Niagara University 2 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
[2]

Player statsEdit

SkatersEdit

PostseasonEdit

  • March 5, 2011: In the CHA championship game, Meghan Agosta scored three goals to top 300 points for her career. The Lakers defeated Syracuse 5-4 and captured its ninth straight College Hockey America title.[3] Despite getting outshot 13-3 in the first period, Syracuse scored two goals on its first two attempts on the power play. Stefanie Marty gave the Orange an early 1-0 lead and Margot Scharfe scored the second goal. In the third period, Mercyhurst had a 5-3 lead when Julie Rising scored the team's fourth power play goal of the game.

Awards and honorsEdit

  • Kallie Bilodeau, CHA Goaltender of the Week (Week of February 28)
  • Ashley Cockell, CHA Player of the Week (Week of February 21)[4]
  • Isabel Menard, CHA Player of the Week (Week of October 18)
  • Isabel Menard, CHA Player of the Week (Week of February 28)
  • Isabel Menard, 2011 Patty Kazmaier Award Nominee[5]
  • Sadie St. Germain, CHA Rookie of the Week (Week of October 18)
  • Margot Scharfe, CHA Rookie of the Week (Week of February 28)[6]

ReferencesEdit

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