2005–06 Mercyhurst Lakers women's ice hockey season

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Regular season[edit]

  • October 8 to October 15: Samantha Shirley had a three-game goal scoring streak
  • December 9 to January 14: Stephanie Bourbeau had a six game goal scoring streak
  • February 24: Valerie Chouinard had three assists versus the Cornell Big Red women's ice hockey team
  • From November 26 to December 10, Ashley Pendleton scored four goals in five games.

Players[edit]

  • Stefanie Bourbeau appeared in 35 games for the Lakers. Bourbeau accumulated 35 points (17 goals and 18 assists). Her 35 points ranked third, while her assists were fourth overall. Of her 17 goals, five were scored on the power play, two were game-winners, while one was shorthanded. Her plus minus of +26 was good enough for third overall.[3]
  • Valerie Chouinard led the Lakers in the three major offensive categories: goals (26), assists (25), points (51). In addition, her seven power play goals and six game-winning goals led the team.[4]
  • Julia Colizza ranked second on the team in all three major offensive categories: 20 goals, 22 assists and 42 points. Her four shorthanded goals led the Lakers. Her plus/minus ranking of +31 led the team. On the power play, she had 10 assists.[5]
  • Laura Hosier played in 28 games and established herself as the top goaltender. Her goals against average was 1.82 goals while her save percentage was.908.
  • Stephanie Jones played in 35 games and her 22 assists tied for second on the team. Her 32 points were fourth on the Lakers. Of the 10 goals she notched, one goal was scored on the power play while two were game-winning goals.[6]
  • Ashley Pendleton appeared in 37 games and accumulated 26 points (10 goals and 16 assists). Of her 26 points, fourteen (five goals and nine assists) were scored on the power play. Her power play points ranked second on the team along with her plus/minus rating of +29.
  • Samantha Shirley was named the Team captain and played in all 37 games. Her 11 goals ranked fourth while her 26 points ranked fifth on the Lakers. Of her 11 goals, three were game winners.[7]

Player stats[edit]

= Indicates team leader

Skaters[edit]

Player Games Played Goals Assists Points Game Winning Goals
Valerie Chouinard 35 26 25 51 6
Julia Colizza 37 20 22 42 5
Stefanie Bourbeau 35 17 18 35 2
Stephanie Jones 35 10 22 32 2
Samantha Shirley 37 11 15 26 3
Ashley Pendleton 37 10 16 26 0
Danielle Lansing 35 2 11 13 0
Danielle Ayearst 37 1 12 13 1
Jill Nugent 37 5 7 12 1
Kristen Erickson 37 5 6 11 0
Sherilyn Fraser 37 3 8 11 0
Michelle Bonello 35 2 8 10 0
Robyn Law 37 4 4 8 0
Courtney Unruh 37 4 4 8 2
Natalie Payne 37 2 6 8 1
Lesley MacArthur 37 4 3 7 0
Sarah Kurth 29 1 1 2 0
Emily Berzins 37 0 2 2 0
Laura Hosier 28 0 1 1 0
Nicole Nelson 2 0 0 0 0
Courtney Drennen 12 0 0 0 0

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Goaltenders[edit]

Awards and honors[edit]

  • Danielle Ayearst, CHA All-Academic Team
  • Stephanie Bourbeau, Second Team All-CHA
  • Stephanie Bourbeau, All-Tournament Team
  • Stephanie Bourbeau, CHA All-Academic Team
  • Valerie Chouinard, CHA Rookie of the Year
  • Valerie Chouinard, CHA Player of the Year
  • Valerie Chouinard, First Team All-CHA
  • Valerie Chouinard, CHA All-Rookie Team
  • Valerie Chouinard, CHA Tournament MVP
  • Valerie Chouinard, Easton Three-Star Player of the Year
  • Valerie Chouinard, USCHO.com Rookie of the Year
  • Valerie Chouinard, USCHO.com Second Team
  • Valerie Chouinard, CHA All-Academic Team
  • Julia Colizza, Second Team All-CHA
  • Julia Colizza, CHA All-Tournament Team
  • Julia Colizza CHA All-Academic Team
  • Laura Hosier, CHA All-Academic Team [9]
  • Stephanie Jones, Bill Smith Award-Winner
  • Stephanie Jones, CHA All-Academic Team
  • Stephanie Jones, Frozen Four Skills Challenge Participant
  • Danielle Lansing, First Team All-CHA
  • Danielle Lansing, CHA All-Tournament Team
  • Danielle Lansing, Frozen Four Skills Challenge Alternate
  • Danielle Lansing, CHA All-Academic Team
  • Danielle Lansing, USCHO.com Second Team
  • Jill Nugent, CHA All-Academic Team [10]
  • Ashley Pendleton, First Team All-CHA [11]

Postseason[edit]

  • Ashley Pendleton had a pair of assists in the CHA semifinal game versus the Robert Morris Colonials. Valerie Chouinard scored a hat trick in CHA semifinals against Robert Morris. In the CHA semifinals versus Robert Morris, Stephanie Bourbeau scored two goals and an assist, while Danielle Ayearst had three assists. Team Captain Samantha Shirley had one goal and one assist.
  • Julia Colizza scored two goals in the CHA Championship game against Niagara, while Valerie Chouinard scored two goals. Stephanie Bourbeau accumulated four assists in the CHA Championship game. In the Championship Game, Stephanie Jones notched one goal and two assists. Colizza scored Mercyhurst's only goal (shorthanded) in their 2-1 loss to the Wisconsin Badgers in NCAA Regional.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mercyhurst Player Profile". Mercyhurst Athletics. Retrieved 8 April 2010. 
  2. ^ "Danielle Lansing Mercyhurst". Mercyhurst Athletics. Retrieved 8 April 2010. 
  3. ^ "Mercyhurst Player Profile". Mercyhurst Athletics. Retrieved 8 April 2010. 
  4. ^ "Mercyhurst Player Profile". Mercyhurst Athletics. Retrieved 14 April 2010. 
  5. ^ "Mercyhurst Player Profile". Mercyhurst Athletics. Retrieved 14 April 2010. 
  6. ^ "Mercyhurst Player Profile". Mercyhurst Athletics. Retrieved 8 April 2010. 
  7. ^ "Mercyhurst Player Profile". Mercyhurst Athletics. Retrieved 8 April 2010. 
  8. ^ "Mercyhurst Lakers Women's Hockey 2005-2006 Statistics: Overall". Mercyhurst Athletics. Retrieved 8 April 2010. 
  9. ^ "Mercyhurst Player Profile". Mercyhurst Athletics. Retrieved 8 April 2010. 
  10. ^ "Mercyhurst Player Profile". Mercyhurst Athletics. Retrieved 8 April 2010. 
  11. ^ "Mercyhurst Player Profile". Mercyhurst Athletics. Retrieved 8 April 2010. 

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