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The Clarkson Golden Knights women's ice hockey program will represent Clarkson University during the 2013–14 NCAA Division I women's ice hockey season. On December 14, 2013, the Golden Knights competed in an outdoor game against the RIT Tigers at Frontier Field in Rochester, New York. The Golden Knights prevailed by a 6-2 tally.

The Golden Knights would finish the season by winning their first-ever NCAA Frozen Four championship in a 5-4 triumph against the Minnesota Golden Gophers. In addition, Golden Knights senior Jamie Lee Rattray would become the first player in program history to win the Patty Kazmaier Award. Of note, it is the first national championship in the history of Clarkson athletics.

OffseasonEdit

RecruitingEdit

Player Position Nationality Notes
Genevieve BannonForward Flag of Canada.svg Canada Played at Ontario Hockey Academy
Jessica Gillham Forward Flag of Canada.svg Canada Competed with the PWHL’s Aurora Panthers club
Corie Jacobson Defense Flag of Canada.svg Canada Member of North Bay Ice Boltz
McKenzie JohnsonGoaltender Flag of the United States United States Competed at Eden Prairie High School in Minnesota

CIS ExhibitionEdit

Date Opponent Location Score
01/03/14 McGill Martlets Potsdam, NY 7-0

Regular seasonEdit

ScheduleEdit

Date Opponent Location Score
09/28/13 RIT Tigers Potsdam, NY 12-1
10/04/13 St. Lawrence Skating Saints Potsdam, NY 5-2
10/05/13 St. Lawrence Skating Saints Canton, NY 4-1
10/11/13 Syracuse OrangeSyracuse, NY 2-1
10/12/13 Syracuse Orange Postdam, NY 4-0
10/18/13 Mercyhurst Lakers Postdam, NY 0-2
10/19/13 Mercyhurst Lakers Postdam, NY 1-1
10/25/13 Cornell Big Red Ithaca, NY 3-6
10/26/13 Colgate RaidersHamilton, NY 2-0
11/01/13 Brown Bears Potsdam, NY 1-1
11/02/13 Yale Bulldogs Potsdam, NY 7-0
11/08/13 Dartmouth Big Green Potsdam, NY 3-0
11/09/13 Harvard Crimson Potsdam, NY 0-2
11/15/13 Providence Friars Potsdam, NY 5-1
11/16/13 Providence Friars Potsdam, NY 4-0
11/22/13 Princeton Tigers Princeton, NY 7-0
11/23/13 Quinnipiac BobcatsHamden, CT 3-0
12/06/13 North Dakota Fighting Sioux Potsdam, NY 1-2
12/07/13 North Dakota Fighting Sioux Potsdam, NY 2-1
12/14/13 RIT Tigers Rochester, NY 6-2
1/10/14 St. Lawrence Skating Saints Canton, NY 6-0
1/11/14 St. Lawrence Skating Saints Potsdam, NY 3-0
1/17/14 Yale Bulldogs New Haven, CT 3-3
1/18/14 Brown Bears Providence, RI 4-1
1/24/14 Colgate Raiders Potsdam, NY 5-2
1/25/14 Cornell Big Red Potsdam, NY 3-1
1/31/14 Union Dutchwomen Schenectady, NY 5-0
2/01/14 Rensselaer Engineers Troy, NY 5-1
2/07/14 Quinnipiac Bobcats Potsdam, NY 3-3
2/08/14 Princeton Tigers Potsdam, NY 2-2
2/14/14 Harvard Crimson Cambridge, MA 2-1
2/15/14 Dartmouth Big Green Hanover, NH 6-1
2/21/14 Rensselaer Engineers Potsdam, NY 6-0
2/22/14 Union Dutchwomen Potsdam, NY 2-1 (OT)

PostseasonEdit

ECAC TournamentEdit

Date Opponent Location Score
02/28/14 Dartmouth Potsdam, NY 2-0
03/01/14 Dartmouth Potsdam, NY 2-0
03/08/14 Quinnipiac Potsdam, NY 6-0
03/09/14 Cornell Potsdam, NY 0-1

NCAA TournamentEdit

Date Opponent Location Score
03/15/14 Boston College Potsdam, NY 3-1
03/21/14 Mercyhurst Hamden, CT 5-1
03/23/14 Minnesota Hamden, CT 5-4

Awards and honorsEdit

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2014 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award Winner, Jamie Lee Rattray

ReferencesEdit

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