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2011–12 Lindenwood Lions
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USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine
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2011–12 Record
Head Coach Vince O’Mara
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The Lindenwood Lady Lions represent Lindenwood University.

OffseasonEdit

RecruitingEdit

  • Lindenwood announced its first NCAA recruiting class on July 6, 2011. The 2011-12 recruiting class includes 12 incoming freshman:[2]
Player Nationality Position Notes
Briar BacheFlag of Canada.svg Canada Goaltender Bache played with the Aurora Panthers Intermediate A team and notched a 2.04 GAA and .930 save percentage.
Kendra Broad Flag of Canada.svg Canada Forward She competed with the Southwest Wildcats in the Provincial Women's Hockey League.
Jordyn ConstanceFlag of Canada.svg Canada Forward Constance competed with the Calgary Chaos of the Alberta Major Midget Female Hockey League (AMMFHL). She was named to the AMMFHL all-star team.
Megan CoxFlag of the United States United States Defense Cox was part of the Shattuck-St. Mary's U19 Girls National Championship.
Taylor Fairchild Flag of the United States United States Goaltender Fairchild competd with the Little Caesars U19 program and registered a 1.02 GAA and .945 save percentage.
Sydney GorzitzaFlag of Canada.svg Canada Defense She played for the Medicine Hat Hounds of the Albert Major Midget Female Hockey League and scored two short-handed goals
Samantha Moore Flag of the United States United States Forward In her senior season for Lakeville South HS, she managed 20 goals and 35 assists to lead her club. In addition, she was an Honorable Mention All-State selection.
Caitlyn Post Flag of the United States United States Forward She is the second recruit to have played with the Little Caesars U19 program. In 15 league games, Post accumulated eight goals while registering four assists.
Mara Post Flag of the United States United States Forward Post played with Samantha Moore at Lakeville South HS. Her 37 points were third overall in team scoring.
Hanna-Riika TurpeinenFlag of Finland FinlandDefense Last season, she played in her native Finland and guided Ilves to the 2011 European Club Championship while winning a silver medal at the World University Games.
Alyssa West Flag of the United States United States ForwardWest also competed for the Little Caesars U19 program. In fifteen games played, she registered 12 points
Alison Wickenheiser Flag of the United States United StatesForward In 66 games for the Washington Pride U19 team, she scored 42 goals and 27 assists.

Regular seasonEdit

LindenwoodFirstNCAAGame

Sept. 23, 2011: Lindenwood plays their first official NCAA Division I game versus the Wisconsin Badgers women's ice hockey program.

News and notes Edit

  • September 23: Lindenwood played its first official NCAA contest against #1 ranked and defending champions Wisconsin. Lindenwood held the Badgers to one goal in the first period before the Badgers added a goal early in the second then added six goals in the final half of the second period.[3] Wisconsin outshot Lindenwood 60 to 11. Freshman goaltender, Taylor Fairchild made 49 saves for LU.[3]

Lindenwood Statistics NationallyEdit

  • Lindenwood University Statistics
Name Stat Ranking Nationally
Scoring Offense0 G/GM (0G) #
Scoring Defense12 G/GM (24GA) #
Scoring Margin-24 #
Penalty Minutes10 PIM/GM (20 PM) #
Power Play0% #
Penalty Kill30% #
Winning Percentage0-2-0 0% #
Unbeaten Streak0g 0-2-0 #

Rankings Edit

  • Lindenwood University Rankings
Poll Affiliation Rank
USCHO.com Coaches Poll National #
USA Today Poll National #
INCH Power Rankings National #
NCAA Pairwise Rank Post-Season #
USCHO KRACH Rank Post-Season #
NCAA Ratings Percentage Index Post-Season #

ScheduleEdit

Date Visitor Score Home Location Decision Attendance Overall Box score
9/23/2011 Lindenwood 0-11 #1 Wisconsin Kohl Center Fairchild 1,417 0-1-0 [1]
9/25/2011 Lindenwood 0-13 #1 Wisconsin Kohl Center Fairchild 544 0-2-0 [2]
9/30/2011 Lindenwood 3-4 Minnesota State Mankato All Seasons Arena Fairchild 212 0-3-0 [3]
10/1/2011 Lindenwood 3:00 p.m. Minnesota State Mankato All Seasons Arena
10/7/2011 Lindenwood 7:05 p.m. Robert Morris (PA) Island Sports Center
10/8/2011 Lindenwood 2:05 p.m. Robert Morris (PA) Island Sports Center
10/14/2011 Lindenwood 3:00 p.m. Colgate Starr Arena
10/15/2011 Lindenwood 3:00 p.m. Colgate Starr Arena
10/28/2011 Mercyhurst 7:00 p.m. Lindenwood Lindenwood Ice Arena
10/29/2011 Mercyhurst 12:00 p.m. Lindenwood Lindenwood Ice Arena
11/4/2011 Lindenwood 7:30 p.m. Saint Benedict St. Cloud Athletic Complex
11/5/2011 Lindenwood 2:30 p.m. St. Catherine St. Cloud Athletic Complex
11/10/2011 Lindenwood 7:00 p.m. Bemidji State Eveleth, MN
11/12/2011 Robert Morris (PA) 7:00 p.m. Lindenwood Lindenwood Ice Arena
11/13/2011 Robert Morris (PA) 12:00 p.m. Lindenwood Lindenwood Ice Arena
12/2/2011 Lindenwood 7:00 p.m. Syracuse Tennity Ice Pavilion
12/3/2011 Lindenwood 2:00 p.m. Syracuse Tennity Ice Pavilion
12/14/2011 Lindenwood 7:00 p.m. Mercyhurst Mercyhurst Ice Center
12/15/2011 Lindenwood 7:00 p.m. Mercyhurst Mercyhurst Ice Center
1/4/2012 Lindenwood 7:00 p.m. North Dakota Ralph Engelstad Arena
1/6/2012 Lindenwood 5:30 p.m. Concordia (MN) Moorhead Sports Center
1/7/2012 Lindenwood 2:00 p.m. Concordia (MN) Moorhead Sports Center
1/13/2012 Lindenwood 6:30 p.m. Bethel (MN) Bethel University Arena
1/14/2012 Lindenwood 3:00 p.m. Bethel (MN) Bethel University Arena
1/15/2012 Lindenwood 2:00 p.m. St. Olaf Northfield Ice Arena
1/20/2012 Lindenwood 7:00 p.m. Sacred Heart Wonderland of Ice
1/21/2012 Lindenwood 2:00 p.m. Sacred Heart University Wonderland of Ice
1/27/2012 Robert Morris (IL) (Exhibition) 7:00 p.m. Lindenwood Lindenwood Ice Arena
1/28/2012 Robert Morris (IL (Exhibition) 2:00 p.m. Lindenwood Lindenwood Ice Arena
1/29/2012 Robert Morris (IL (Exhibition) 12:00 p.m. Lindenwood Lindenwood Ice Arena
2/10/2012 Lindenwood 7:00 p.m. Saint Michael's Cairns Arena
2/11/2012 Lindenwood 3:00 p.m. Saint Michael's Cairns Arena
2/24/2012 Grand Valley State (Exhibition) 7:00 p.m. Lindenwood Lindenwood Ice Arena
2/25/2012 Grand Valley State (Exhibition) 2:00 p.m. Lindenwood Lindenwood Ice Arena

Awards and honorsEdit

ReferencesEdit

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