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Western Ontario Mustangs women's ice hockey
Western ontario
University University of Western Ontario
Conference OUA
Head coach Chris Higgins
year, ––
Arena Thompson Arena
Capacity: 3615
Location London, Ontario
Colors [[ (color)|]] and [[ (color)|]]

             

The Western Mustangs women's ice hockey team represent the University of Western Ontario and compete in the Ontario University Athletics conference, which participates in the Canadian Interuniversity Sport athletic program.

HistoryEdit

On October 21, 2010, the Mustangs played the Chinese national women's hockey team. The game ended in a 2-2 tie as Katie Dillon notched both goals.[1] From January 29, 2011 to February 6, 2011, Katie Dillon led the OUA with a four-game point scoring streak in which she registered four goals.[2] On February 11, 2011, Mustangs captain Ellie Seedhouse scores a goal in her final CIS game as Western fell to the Brock Badgers by a 5-1 mark.[3]

Two Mustangs rookies were named to the 2012 OUA All-Rookie team. Stacey Scott led all rookies with 27 points, which ranked eighth overall among all OUA skaters. Katelyn Gosling accumulated 13 points, which finished second among rookie defenders. Her 13 points helped rank her sixth overall among all OUA blueliners in scoring, respectively.[4]

At the end of the 2011-12 season, Tawn Rellinger and Katie Dillon, both fourth-year players, decided to cut off their hair and donate it to Locks of Love.[5]

Year by yearEdit

OUA Women'sEdit

Season League GP W L T OL GF GA Pts Finish Tournament Nationals
2000-01 OUA-Women 22 1 19 2 - 41 103 4 5th West Did not qualify N/A
2001-02 OUA-Women 20 5 15 0 - 39 96 10 3rd West Lost Quarterfinals N/A
2002-03 OUA-Women 22 2 18 2 - 29 77 6 5th West Did not qualify N/A
2003-04 OUA-Women 4th or 5th West Did not qualify N/A
2004-05 OUA-Women 22 2 11 8 1 27 60 13 5th West Did not qualify N/A
2005-06 OUA-Women 24 7 12 4 1 19 8th Did not qualify N/A
2006-07 OUA-Women 24 11 11 1 1 24 4th Lost Quarterfinals N/A
Season League GP W OW L OL GF GA Pts Finish Tournament Nationals
2007-08 OUA-Women 27 9 - 13 0 62 67 23 7th Did not qualify N/A
2008-09 OUA-Women 27 8 - 13 6 49 68 22 9th Did not qualify N/A
2009-10 OUA-Women 27 6 4 14 3 66 87 29 8th Did not qualify N/A
2010-11 OUA-Women 27 3 3 20 1 61 93 13 9th Did not qualify N/A
2011-12 OUA-Women 26 12 1 13 0 72 72 26 5th Lost Final N/A
2012-13 OUA-Women 26 16 3 5 2 83 52 40 4th Lost Final N/A
2013-14 OUA-Women 24 11 3 9 1 73 51 29 6th Lost Quarterfinals N/A
2014-15 OUA-Women 24 20 - 1 3 64 33 43 1st Won Tournament National Champions
2015-16 OUA-Women 24 14 1 8 1 62 36 45 4th Lost Final T-7th place
2016-17 OUA-Women 24 10 4 9 1 69 56 39 5th Lost Quarterfinals N/A
2017-18 OUA-Women 24 14 3 5 2 61 41 50 3rd Won Tournament 2nd Place

Leading scorersEdit

Season Player GP GAPts
2007-08[6]Whitney Weisshaar2711920
2008-09[7]Ellie Seedhouse2711617
2009-10[8]Ellie Seedhouse27151732
2010-11[9]Katie Dillon2711718

InternationalEdit

Player Position Event Result
Ellie Seedhouse[10]Forward 2011 Winter UniversiadeGold

Awards and honorsEdit

  • Veronica Johnston, 2010 OUA Marion Hilliard Award[11]

OUA All-StarsEdit

Year Player Position Team
2009-10Ellie Seedhouse[12]ForwardOUA First Team All-Star

ReferencesEdit

  1. Western Mustangs. Westernmustangs.ca. Retrieved on 2016-09-11.
  2. Ontario University Athletics. Leaguestat.com. Retrieved on 2016-09-11.
  3. Western Mustangs. Westernmustangs.ca. Retrieved on 2016-09-11.
  4. 2011-12 OUA women's hockey major awards and all-stars announced - CIS English. English.cis-sic.ca (2012-02-24). Retrieved on 2016-09-11.
  5. Two Western women's hockey players helping Locks of Love - CIS English. English.cis-sic.ca (2012-03-27). Retrieved on 2016-09-11.
  6. Ontario University Athletics. Leaguestat.com. Retrieved on 2016-09-11.
  7. Ontario University Athletics. Leaguestat.com. Retrieved on 2016-09-11.
  8. Ontario University Athletics. Leaguestat.com. Retrieved on 2016-09-11.
  9. Ontario University Athletics. Leaguestat.com. Retrieved on 2016-09-11.
  10. 2011 Winter Universiade : CIS announces Canadian women’s hockey coaches, roster - CIS English. English.cis-sic.ca (2010-12-03). Retrieved on 2016-09-11.
  11. 2009-10 OUA major awards and all-stars announced - CIS English. English.cis-sic.ca (2010-02-23). Retrieved on 2016-09-11.
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