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|2011–12 Princeton Tigers|
|USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine||Not ranked|
|USCHO.com/CBS College Sports||Not ranked|
|Head Coach||Jeff Kampersal|
|Arena||Hobey Baker Rink|
The 2011–12 Princeton Tigers women's hockey team will represent Princeton University in the 2011–12 NCAA Division I women's ice hockey season. The Tigers are a member of the Eastern College Athletic Conference.
- September 22: Lee-J Mirasolo has joined the Tigers coaching staff as an assistant coach.
|Ashley Holt||United States||Goaltender||Played at Choate Rosemary Hall|
|Brianna Leahy||Canada||Forward||Competed with Burlington of the PWHL|
|Brianne Mahoney||United States||Defense||Participated with the Chicago Mission|
|Ali Pankowski||United States||Defense||Studied at the North American Hockey Academy|
|Championship: To be determined|
† indicates conference regular season champion
* indicates conference tournament champion
Current rankings: USCHO.com Division I women's poll
|Oct. 21||Northeastern||Hober Baker Rink|
|Oct. 22||Niagara||Hober Baker Rink|
|Oct. 28||Union||Messa Rink|
|Oct. 29||RPI||Troy, NY|
|Nov. 4||Brown||Hober Baker Rink|
|Nov. 5||Yale||Hober Baker Rink|
Awards and honorsEdit
|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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