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The2011–12 Atlantic University Sport women's ice hockey season involved play from womens ice hockey teams representing the different universities that are members of the Atlantic University Sport conference. The St. Francis Xavier X-Women finished first in the regular season to claim the regular season title. UPEI and Les Aigles Bleus de Moncton competed in the AUS Tournament Championship Games, and the UPEI Panthers claimed their first ever tournament title. Alex Normore led all AUS skaters (and all CIS skaters) in scoring, and was named the AUS Player of the Year.

PostseasonEdit

  • March 3: The StFX X-Women will not be defending their AUS title as they endured a 2-1 loss to the UPEI Panthers in tournament play at Dalhousie Memorial Arena. The X-Women were the top seed in the AUS tournament. The fourth seeded Panthers moved on to challenge the third seeded Mount Allison Mounties in the title game. Mount Allison defeated second seed Moncton 5-4.
  • March 4: In the gold medal final, the Panthers blanked Mount Allison by a 3-0 tally to claim their first title. The goals were scored by Christina Kelly , and Kelsey O’Donnell, as Kelly was named Player of the Game.[1] Tournament Most Valuable Player Kristy Dobson stopped 55 of 56 pucks fired her way in the two wins.[2]


Awards and honorsEdit

  • Atlantic University Sport Most valuable player: Alex Normore, St. Francis Xavier
  • Atlantic University Sport Rookie of the Year: Marie-Pier Arsenault, Moncton
  • Atlantic University Sport Most sportsmanlike player, Ashlyn Somers, Mount Allison Mounties
  • Atlantic University Sport Student-athlete community service award, Kayla Blackmore, St. Thomas
  • Atlantic University Sport Coach of the Year, Bruce Donaldson, UPEI[3]

All-Star teamsEdit

  • First Team All-Stars
    • Goaltender: Megan Corley-Byrne, Mount Allison
    • Defence: Suzanne Fenerty, StFX
    • Defence: Geneviève David, Moncton
    • Forward: Alex Normore, StFX
    • Forward: Janelle Parent, StFX
    • Forward: Marie-Michelle Poirier, Moncton
  • Second Team All-Stars
    • Goaltender: Kathy Desjardins, Moncton
    • Defence: Jenna Pitts, StFX
    • Defence: Lauren Oickle, Mount Allison
    • Forward: Kayla Blackmore, St. Thomas
    • Forward: Jocelyn LeBlanc, Dalhousie
    • Forward: Marie-Pier Arsenault, Moncton
  • All-Rookie Team
    • Goaltender: Brittany McMacken, Dalhousie
    • Defense: Emily van Diepen, Mount Allison
    • Defence: Laura Bradley, UPEI
    • Forward: Marie-Pier Arsenault, Moncton
    • Forward: Danielle Miller, St. Thomas
    • Forward: Sarah Robichaud, Dalhousie

Postseason awardsEdit

  • Kristy Dobson, Subway Player of the Game for UPEI (March 3)[4]
  • Molly MacDonald Subway Player of the Game for the X-Women (March 3)[5]

All-tournament teamEdit

  • Christina Kelly, PEI Panthers
  • Molly MacDonald, St. Francis Xavier X-Women
  • Katelyn Morton, Mount Allison
  • Emily van Diepen, Mount Allison
  • Geneviève David, Moncton Aigles Bleus
  • Kristy Dobson, PEI Panthers

Team PhotosEdit

ReferencesEdit

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