The 2011 NCAA Women's Division I Ice Hockey Tournament will involve 8 schools in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of women's NCAA Division I (NCAA)|Division I college ice hockey. The Frozen Four will be hosted by Mercyhurst College at Louis J. Tullio Arena in Erie, Pennsylvania. [1]

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Meghan Duggan hoists the 2011 national championship trophy


The Wisconsin Badgers (34-2-2) enter the tournament as the No. 1 seed and they will host the defending National Champions, the Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs (22-8-3) at 7:00 PM CT. The Cornell Big Red (30-2-1) come in as the No. 2 seed and are hosting the Dartmouth Big Green (22-11-0) at 3:00 PM ET. The Boston University Terriers (25-6-3) are the No. 3 seed in the tournament who will play host to the Mercyhurst Lakers (29-5-0) at 2:00 PM ET. Finally, the Boston College Eagles (23-6-6) will be the No. 4 seed and they will host the Minnesota Golden Gophers (26-9-2) at 1:00 PM ET. All Regional games will be played on Saturday, March 13th.

News and notesEdit

  • March 18: Senior Jillian Kirchner and junior Jenelle Kohanchuk scored in a 50-second span, as the Terriers advanced to the national championship game. Kirchner's goal was the game winner as the Terriers improved to 27-6-4 and became the first Hockey East school to advance to the national title game.[2]

Game SummariesEdit

Regional MatchesEdit

Date Time Teams ScoreNotes
March 12 1:00 pm ET Minnesota (26-9-2) at Boston College (23-6-6) Boston College, 4-1[3] Stack with two goals, Schaus with 31 saves
March 12 7:00 pm CT Minnesota Duluth (22-8-3) at Wisconsin (34-2-2) Wisconsin, 2-1[4] Duggan scores the game winner to send UW to 5th Frozen Four
March 12 3:00 pm ET Dartmouth (22-11-0) at Cornell (30-2-1) Cornell, 7-1[5] Matches NCAA record for goals
March 12 2:00 pm ET Mercyhurst (29-5-0) at Boston University (25-6-3) Boston University, 4-2[6] Terriers make their first trip to the Frozen Four

Frozen Four - Louis J. Tullio Arena, Erie, PennsylvaniaEdit

  Frozen Four
March 19
Championship Game
March 20
1 Wisconsin 3  
4 Boston College 2  
    1 Wisconsin 4
  3 Boston University 1
2 Cornell 1
3 Boston University 4  

All-Tournament teamEdit


  1. Championship Sites For 2010 And 2011 Released. NCAA. Retrieved on 2009-04-01.

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