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Alison Wickenheiser
Alison-Wickenheiser
Position Forward
Height
Weight
5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)
JWHL
NCAA Div I Team
Washington Pride
Lindenwood Lady Lions
Pro Career 2011 – present

Alison Wickenheiser is an ice hockey player for the Lindenwood Lady Lions.

Playing careerEdit

Wickenheiser competed for the Washington Pride under-19 hockey team. In her final season with the club, she appeared in 66 games, while registering 42 goals and 27 assists. During her last two seasons with the Pride, she was an assistant captain. In addition, she led her team to the quarterfinals of the Tier I under-19 National Tournament.

NCAAEdit

She scored her first career NCAA goal in a 4-3 loss to Minnesota State on September 30, 2011.

StatisticsEdit

Year

Team

Games

G

A

Pts

PIM

SOG

PP

SH

2006-7

Texas Attack U14 AAA (NTXHL)

51

31

18

49

63.5

118

4

2

2007-8

Texas Attack U16 AAA (NTXHL)

44

36

29

65

24

148

5

2

2008-9

Washington Pride U19 AAA (JWHL)

62

27

25

52

48

2009-10

Washington Pride U19 AAA (JWHL)

71

68

61

129

58

2010-11

Washington Pride U19 AAA (JWHL)

68

43

28

71

66

246

4

3

2011-12

Lindenwood Lions NCAA D1(Indep)

29

19

17

36

6

127

6

3


[1]

Awards and honorsEdit

  • JWHL all-star game participant

ReferencesEdit

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