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Sara Bauer
Sara-Bauer
Position Forward
WCHA Team Wisconsin Badgers
Born May 11 1984 (1984-05-11) (age 32),
St. Catharines, Ontario
Pro Career 2002 – present

Sara Bauer (born May 11, 1984 in St. Catharines, Ontario) played for the Wisconsin Badgers women's ice hockey program. In four years, she accumulated 218 points. Bauer won the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award in 2006. During the 2008-09 NCAA season, the WCHA honored its Top 10 Players from the First Decade. Among the group of 10 was former Wisconsin forward Sara Bauer.[1]

Playing careerEdit

Hockey CanadaEdit

She was invited to the selection camp of the Canadian National Women's Under 22 team in 2004-05.[2] Other invitees at the camp included future Olympians Gillian Apps, Meghan Agosta, Tessa Bonhomme and Sarah Vaillancourt. She would represent Canada at the 2006 Air Canada Cup, played in Ravensburg, Germany from January 5–7, 2006.

WisconsinEdit

Bauer was the 2007 WCHA Player of the Year and its scoring champion. In 2006, Bauer helped lead Wisconsin to a national title. During the 2006-07, Bauer registered at least a point in 28 of the team's games.

Career statsEdit

Hockey CanadaEdit

Event Games PlayedGoals Assists Points Penalty Minutes
2006 Air Canada Cup 4 0 0 00

WisconsinEdit

Season Games Played Goals Assists Points Power Play Goals Short Handed Goals
2003-04 34 8 25 33 10
2004-05 38 26 29 55 42
2005-0639 22 36 58 63
2006-07 41 24 48 72 73

[3]

Awards and honorsEdit

  • 2006 Patty Kazmaier Award winner[4]
  • Finalist, 2007 Patty Kazmaier Award [5]
  • WCHA Top 10 Players of the Decade (2000’s)

ReferencesEdit

Preceded by
Krissy Wendell (2005)
Patty Kazmaier Award
2006
Succeeded by
Julie Chu(2007)


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