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The Wisconsin Badgers women's ice hockey team is the hockey team that represents the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin.

HistoryEdit

On October 8, 1999, the Bulldogs played the Wisconsin Badgers in the first ever Women's WCHA conference game at the Kohl Center in Madison, WI. It was the highest attended game of the season (3,892) and resulted in an 8-0 defeat of the Badgers. [1]

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Jesse Vetter (30, left), and Nikki Burish (14) celebrate after winning the National Championship on March 20, 2006

In 2006, the Wisconsin Badgers became the first team outside of the state of Minnesota to win the Women's Frozen Four championship. Appropriately, the Badgers defeated the defending Frozen Four champions, the Minnesota Golden Gophers by a score of 3-0 at Mariucci Arena in Minneapolis, Minnesota. [2]

Season by season resultsEdit

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties

Records as of July 31, 2009.

Year Wins Losses Ties Coach Postseason
2009-10 0 0 0 Tracey DeKeyser
2008-09 34 2 5 Johnson, Mark
2007-08 29 9 3 Johnson, Mark
2006-07 36 1 4 Johnson, Mark
2005-06 36 4 1 Johnson, Mark
2004-05 28 9 1 Johnson, Mark
2003-04 25 6 3 Johnson, Mark
2002-03 22 8 5 Johnson, Mark
2001-02 22 11 2 Bourget, Trina
2000-01 21 9 5 Bourget, Trina
1999-00 19 14 2 Sasner, Julie

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Frozen fourEdit

  • Wisconsin appeared in the Frozen Four championships in the following years:
YearChampionScoreRunner-upCityArena
2006Wisconsin3-0MinnesotaMinneapolis, MNMariucci Arena
2007Wisconsin 4-1 Minnesota-DuluthLake Placid, NYHerb Brooks Arena
2008Minnesota-Duluth 4-0 WisconsinDuluth, MNDECC
2009Wisconsin 5-0 MercyhurstBoston, MAAgganis Arena

Notable playersEdit

OlympiansEdit

  • The following Badgers players have participated in Olympic Women's hockey.

2010 U.S. Olympic TeamEdit

2010 Canadian Olympic TeamEdit

Current rosterEdit

Number Player Position Class Height
20 Brooke Ammerman FSo 5-8
9 Mallory DeluceFJr5-7
26 Anne Dronen DJr 5-3
7 Meghan Duggan FJr 5-9
14 Maria Evans FJr 5-4
12 Jasmine Giles FSr5-7
4 Brittany Haverstock DSo 5-6
3 Olivia Jakiel DJr 5-10
29 Nikki Kaasa GSo 5-10
23 Hilary Knight FJr5-11
17 Emily Kranz FSr 5-7
35 Alannah McCreadyGSr 5-6
2 Kelly Nash FJr 5-6
27 Carolyne Prévost FSo
11 Kyla Sanders FSr 5-6
22 Malee Windmeier DJr 5-9

Awards and honorsEdit

Duggan KazmaierAward

March 19, 2011: Duggan was named the Patty Kazmaier Award winner

  • Sara Bauer, Patty Kazmaier Award
  • Sara Bauer, 2007 Wisconsin Badgers Big Ten Medal of Honor [4]
  • Meghan Duggan, Patty Kazmaier Award
  • Carla MacLeod, 2007 Wisconsin Badgers Big Ten Medal of Honor
  • Meaghan Mikkelson, Top 10 Finalist for 2007 Patty Kazmaier Award [5]
  • Jessica Ring, 2006 Wisconsin Badgers Big Ten Medal of Honor
  • Kyla Sanders, 2010 Frozen Four Skills Competition participant[6]
  • Jessie Vetter, 2009 Patty Kazmaier Award[7]

ReferencesEdit

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