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|2010–11 Union Dutchwomen|
|USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine||Not ranked|
|USCHO.com/CBS College Sports||Not ranked|
|Head Coach||Claudia Asano|
|Arena||Frank L. Messa Rink at Achilles Center|
The 2010–11 Union Dutchwomen women's hockey team will represent Union College in the 2010-11 NCAA Division I women's ice hockey season. The Dutchwomen are a member of the Eastern College Athletic Conference.
- June 7: Olympic silver medallist Julie Chu has been named as an assistant coach. Previously, Chu was assistant coach for the University of Minnesota Duluth women’s hockey team that won the 2008 NCAA National Championship.
|Maddy Norton||United States||Defense||Earned Honorable Mention for the Eugenia Baker Jessup Award|
|Ashley Johnston||Canada||Forward||Youngest Ontario player to play in the CWHL (played with the Burlington Barracudas|
|Elsa Bruestle||United States||Forward||Named Minnesota Academic All-State in 2009-2010|
|Stefanie Thomson||Canada||Forward||Played ice hockey, basketball and soccer in high school|
|Sept. 25||Etobicoke (PWHL)||Messa Rink||3-0|
† indicates conference regular season champion
* indicates conference tournament champion
Current rankings: USCHO.com Division I women's poll
|Date||Opponent||Location||Score||Goal scorers||Record||Conf record|
|Oct. 2||Northeastern||Messa Rink||2-3||0-1-0||0-0-0|
|Oct. 9||Boston University||Messa Rink||2-6||0-2-0||0-0-0|
|Oct. 15||Sacred Heart||Messa Rink||3-0||1-2-0||0-0-0|
|Oct. 16||New Hampshire||Messa Rink||1-4||1-3-0||0-0-0|
|Oct. 22||Syracuse||Messa Rink||1-3||1-4-0||0-0-0|
|Oct. 23||Syracuse||Messa Rink||0-5||None||1-5-0||0-0-0|
|Oct. 29||Clarkson||Potsdam, NY|
|Oct. 30||St. Lawrence||Canton, NY|
|Nov. 5||Quinnipiac||Messa Rink|
Awards and honorsEdit
- ↑ Three-time United States Olympian Julie Chu joins Union coaching staff. Union Athletics (June 7, 2010). Retrieved on 12 June 2010.
- ↑ 2010–11 Standings, ecachockey.com
|Men||Clarkson Golden Knights (Cheel Arena) • Colgate Raiders (Starr Rink) • Cornell Big Red (Lynah Rink) • Dartmouth Big Green (Thompson Arena) • Harvard Crimson (Bright Hockey Center) • Princeton Tigers (Hobey Baker Memorial Rink) • Quinnipiac Bobcats (TD Bank Sports Center) • Rensselaer Engineers (Houston Field House) • St. Lawrence Saints (Appleton Arena) • Union Dutchmen (Achilles Rink) • Yale Bulldogs (Ingalls Rink)|
|Women||Clarkson Golden Knights (Cheel Arena) • Colgate Raiders (Starr Rink) • Cornell Big Red (Lynah Rink) • Dartmouth Big Green (Thompson Arena) • Harvard Crimson (Bright Hockey Center) • Princeton Tigers (Hobey Baker Memorial Rink) • Quinnipiac Bobcats (TD Bank Sports Center) • Rensselaer Engineers (Houston Field House) • St. Lawrence Saints (Appleton Arena) • Union Dutchwomen (Achilles Rink) • Yale Bulldogs (Ingalls Rink)|
|NCAA • List of champions: Men / Women • Men's tournament site: Times Union Center|
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