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The St. Francis Xavier X-Women represent St. Francis Xavier University, located in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada, in the Atlantic University Sport conference.

HistoryEdit

During the 2010-11 season, the X-Women remained undefeated through the AUS regular schedule (24-0) and playoffs (3-0). The team won their first conference title since 2007-08. In addition, Suzanne Fenerty won a gold medal with Team Canada at the 2011 Winter Universiade in Turkey. On March 14, 2011, the X-Women played in the CIS championship game for the first team. The squad was bested by the McGill Martlets in a 5-2 defeat.[1]

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Alex Normore taking a face off during the 2010-11 season

Season by Season RecordEdit

Team League GP W L T OL GF GA Pts Finish Tournament Nationals
1997-98 AUS-Women Exhibition Schedule Only with Conference Tournament 4th place N/A
1998-99 AUS-Women Exhibition Schedule Only with Conference Tournament Won Tournament 6th place
1999-00 AUS-Women Exhibition Schedule Only with Conference Tournament Won Tournament 6th place
2000-01 AUS-Women Exhibition Schedule Only with Conference Tournament Won Tournament 6th place
2001-02 AUS-Women 10 9 1 0 - 72 17 18 2nd Won Tournament 6th place
2002-03 AUS-Women 14 12 2 0 0 119 16 24 2nd Lost Final N/A
2003-04 AUS-Women 14 13 0 1 0 102 11 27 1st Lost Final N/A
2004-05 AUS-Women 18 16 2 0 - 122 31 44 1st Won Tournament 5th place
2005-06 AUS-Women 21 17 2 2 0 155 32 36 1st Won Tournament 4th place
2006-07 AUS-Women 20 17 2 - 1 106 29 37 1st Lost Semifinals N/A
2007-08 AUS-Women 21 21 0 - 0 126 18 42 1st Won Tournament 6th place
2008-09 AUS-Women 24 19 3 - 2 106 42 40 2nd Lost Final 6th place
2009-10 AUS-Women 24 18 2 - 4 85 36 40 2nd Lost Semifinals 6th place
2010-11 AUS-Women 24 24 0 - 0 114 32 48 1st Won Tournament Silver Medal
2011-12 AUS-Women 24 20 4 - 0 105 40 40 1st Eliminated in Round Robin N/A
2012-13 AUS-Women 24 23 1 - 0 80 23 46 1st Won Tournament Bronze Medal
2013-14 AUS-Women 24 18 4 - 2 87 42 38 1st Lost Semifinals N/A
2014-15 AUS-Women 24 20 4 - 0 74 35 40 1st Won Tournament 4th place
2015-16 AUS-Women 24 9 12 - 3 47 58 21 5th Lost Semifinals N/A
2016-17 AUS-Women 24 16 8 - 0 83 63 32 3rd Lost Final T-7th place
2017-18 AUS-Women 24 20 2 - 2 79 42 42 1st Lost Final 6th place

2004-05 season had games worth 4, 2, or 1 point. No criteria was listed for which game was worth how many points.

PostseasonEdit

  • AUS Titles: 2008, 2006, 2005, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999
  • CIS Titles: Zero
  • CIS Championship Best Result: Second place, 2011
  • CIS Championship Appearances: Nine
Year Finish Record
2018seventh place1-2 record
2011second place
2009 fifth place 1-2 record
2008 sixth place 0-3 record
2006 fourth place lost to McGill 3-2 (SO)
2005 fifth place defeated Concordia 2-1
2002 sixth place 0-3 record
2001 sixth place 0-3 record
2000 sixth place 0-3 record
1999 sixth place 0-3 record

InternationalEdit

Player Position Event Result
Jenna Downey

[2]||Defense|| 2011 Winter Universiade||bgcolor="#FFCC00"|Gold

Suzanne FenertyDefense 2011 Winter UniversiadeGold

Awards and honorsEdit

  • Suzanne Fenerty, 2011 St. FX Female Athlete of the Year[3]
  • Suzanne Fenerty, St. FX Female Athlete of the Week (Week of March 14, 2011)[4]

CIS honorsEdit

  • Erin Brophy, 2011 Harrow Player of the Game (awarded to player of the game in the CIS championship)
  • Caroline Campbell, 2011 CIS women's ice hockey tournament All-Star selection
  • Suzanne Fenerty, 2011 All-CIS First Team[5]
  • Suzanne Fenerty, 2011 CIS women's ice hockey tournament All-Star selection
  • Abygail Laking, 2010 CIS All-Rookie Team[6]
  • Alex Normore, 2010-11 CIS Rookie of the Year[7]
  • Alex Normore, 2011 All-CIS Second Team
  • Alex Normore, 2011 CIS All-Rookie Team
  • Jenna Pitts, 2011 CIS All-Rookie Team

AUS awardsEdit

  • Alex Normore, 2011 Atlantic University Sport Rookie of the Year
  • Abygail Laking, 2010 Atlantic University Sport Rookie of the Year
  • Rebecca Davies, 2004 Atlantic University Sport Rookie of the Year
  • Suzanne Fenerty, 2011 AUS first all-star team
  • Janelle Parent, 2011 AUS first all-star team
  • Alex Normore, 2011 AUS first all-star team
  • Marilynn Hay, 2011 AUS second all-star team
  • Kristy Garrow, 2011 AUS all-rookie team
  • Alex Normore, 2011 AUS all-rookie team
  • Jenna Pitts, 2011 AUS all-rookie team
  • 2012 Atlantic University Sport Most valuable player: Alex Normore, St. Francis Xavier[8]
  • 2012 Atlantic University Sport First Team All-Star:Defence: Suzanne Fenerty, StFX
  • 2012 Atlantic University Sport First Team All-Star:Forward: Alex Normore, StFX
  • 2012 Atlantic University Sport First Team All-Star:Forward: Janelle Parent, StFX
  • 2012 Atlantic University Sport Second Team All-Star:Defence: Jenna Pitts, StFX

Postseason awardsEdit

  • Molly MacDonald Subway Player of the Game for the X-Women (March 3, 2012)[9]
  • 2012 AUS All-Tournament Team, Molly MacDonald

ReferencesEdit