2012–13 Princeton Tigers
Conference ECAC
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Not ranked College Sports Not ranked
2012–13 Record
Head Coach Jeff Kampersal
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The Princeton Tigers represented Princeton University in ECAC women's ice hockey. The Tigers will attempt to win the NCAA tournament for the first time in school history.



Player Nationality Position Notes
Molly ContiniFlag of Canada.svg CanadaForward Played for Kitchener-Waterloo Rangers
Karen MacDonaldFlag of Canada.svg CanadaDefense Competed with the Ottawa Senators (PWHL)
Jaimie McDonellFlag of Canada.svg CanadaForward Member of the Toronto Jr. Aeros
Kimberly NewellFlag of Canada.svg CanadaGoaltenderPlayed for the Kootenay Ice
Maddie PeakeFlag of the United States United StatesForwardhails from Shoreview, Minnesota
Cristin ShanahanFlag of Canada.svg CanadaForwardAlso competed with Ottawa Senators (PWHL)

Regular seasonEdit


Template:2012–13 CHA Hockey standings (women)


Date Opponent Result Record Conference Record

Conference recordEdit

Player statsEdit


Number Player Position Height Shoots
1Katie JonesGoaltender5-3Left
2Kelly CookeForward5-1 Left
3Ali PankowskiDefense5-10 Right
4Corey StearnsForward5-8 Left
6Maddie PeakeForward5-9 Left
7Jaimie McDonellForward5-8 Right
8Krystina BellisarioDefense5-8 Left
9Molly ContiniForward5-8Left
10Sally ButlerForward5-9 Right
12Alex KinneyForward5-9 Right
14Denna LaingForward5-9 Right
15Brianna LeahyForward5-7Left
16Karen MacDonaldDefense5-8 Left
17Brianne MahoneyDefense5-7 Right
19Cristin ShanahanForward5-8 Left
21Gabby FigueroaDefense5-6 Left
22Olivia MuchaForward5-5 Left
25Rose AllevaDefense5-3 Right
30Ashley HoltGoaltender5-6 Left
33Kimberly NewellGoaltender5-9 Left

Awards and honorsEdit


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