2009–10 Ohio State Buckeyes women's ice hockey season

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2009–10 Ohio State Buckeyes women's ice hockey season
Ohio State Buckeyes logo.svg
Conference ECAC
Rankings
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Not ranked
USCHO.com/CBS College Sports Not ranked
Record
Overall 1-1-2
Coaches and Captains
Head Coach Jackie Barto

Offseason[edit]

  • July 16: Lisa Chesson, a former defenseman for Ohio State, has been invited to the 2009 USA Hockey Women’s National Festival, Aug. 18-24 in Blaine, Minn. The National Team will compete in the Qwest Tour, a 10-game domestic tour that begins Sept. 25 and ends just prior to the start of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, British Columbia.[1]
  • July 29: Ohio State women’s hockey forward Laura McIntosh has managed to step away from the ice this summer. McIntosh is the third baseman for Team Ontario, made up of the best softball players in the province. The Waterloo native, who led the Buckeyes in points during her freshman season last year, is the only college-aged member of the team who doesn’t play college softball.[2]
  • August 17: Natalie Spooner, earned a place on Canada's National Women's Under-22 Team for the second time in as many years.[3]
  • August 31: Four Buckeyes are on the top international teams in women's hockey are gathered in Vancouver, British Columbia. They will compete for the 2009 Hockey Canada Cup beginning Monday, with the gold medal game Sunday, Sept. 6. Three of the Buckeyes are former Ohio State defensemen: Tessa Bonhomme on Team Canada, Lisa Chesson on Team USA and Emma Laaksonen on Team Finland. Incoming freshman forward Minttu Tuominen is on Team Finland. The Hockey Canada Cup is being used as a test event for the Games.[4]
  • September 9: The WCHA announced that Ohio State defenseman Shannon Reilly and forwards Laura McIntosh and Natalie Spooner have been named as WCHA All-Stars. The three players are among 22 players from the conference to face the 2009-10 U.S Women’s National Team in St. Paul, Minn. on September 25.[5]

Exhibition[edit]

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Location Time Score
Sat, Sep 26 Wilfrid Laurier Columbus, Ohio 7:07 p.m. Tie, 1-1 (Ohio State scores in shootout)[6]

Regular season[edit]

  • November 7: The Buckeyes moved into second place in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association standings after defeating North Dakota by a score of 3-1 at the Ralph Engelstad Arena.[7]
  • December 17:Lisa Chesson, a defenseman for the Ohio State women's hockey team from 2005-08, has been named to the U.S. Olympic Women's Team.[8]
  • December 22: Former Buckeye All-American Tessa Bonhomme, a defenseman for Ohio State from 2004-08, has been nominated to the Canadian National Women's Team for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games announced.[9]

Standings[edit]

Conference Overall
GP W L T SW PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
Minnesota 22 17 2 3 3 40 79 29 28 21 3 4 93 34
Minnesota-Duluth 22 15 5 2 1 33 68 42 28 19 7 2 88 57
Wisconsin 22 12 9 1 0 25 63 49 28 15 10 3 81 61
Bemidji State 22 7 8 7 3 24 41 48 28 8 13 7 50 70
St. Cloud State 22 8 10 4 3 23 49 61 28 11 11 6 70 81
Ohio State 22 10 10 2 0 22 70 71 28 13 11 4 91 84
Minnesota State 22 2 15 5 3 12 36 74 26 4 17 5 45 87
North Dakota 22 4 16 2 0 10 31 63 26 5 17 4 45 74

Roster[edit]

Number Name Position Height Class
33 Bilko, Barbara G 5-5 So.
6 Bishop, Teal D 5-7 Jr.
18 Boskovich, Amanda F 5-4 Fr.
3 Carlson, Brittany D 5-3 So.
27 Davis, Rachel D 5-6 Sr.
34 Facklis, Deidre G 5-8 Jr.
10 Feste, Melissa F 5-3 So.
23 Hollowell, Tina F 5-5 Fr.
7 Kilpatrick, Jenna F 5-7 Jr.
31 Knapp, Chelsea G 5-9 Fr.
12 Langan, Hokey F 5-4 Fr.
28 LaRocque, Raelyn F 5-6 Sr.
19 Mancuso, Christina F 5-7 Jr.
11 McIntosh, Laura F 5-4 So.
24 Nelson, Sandy D 5-4 Jr.
9 Reilly, Shannon D 5-5 Jr.
17 Rizzo, Liz F 5-5 Fr.
25 Semenza, Paige F 5-4 Fr.
5 Spooner, Natalie F 5-10 So.
21 Theut, Kim F 5-6 So.
14 Tonnessen, Michele F 5-7 Sr.
15 Tuominen, Minttu F 5-5 Fr.
8 Wild, Kelly D 5-3 So.

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Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Location Time Score Record
Fri, Oct 02 Boston University at Boston, Mass. 7:00 p.m. 4-4[11] 0-0-1
Sat, Oct 03 Boston University at Boston, Mass. 3:00 p.m. 1-1[12] 0-0-2
Fri, Oct 09 Minnesota * Columbus, Ohio 7:07 p.m. 6-5[13] 1-0-2
Sat, Oct 10 Minnesota * Columbus, Ohio 7:07 p.m. 1-6 1-1-2
Fri, Oct 16 Bemidji State * at Bemidji, Minn. 7:07 p.m. 5-2 2-1-2
Sat, Oct 17 Bemidji State * at Bemidji, Minn. 2:07 p.m. 2-2 (Lost Shootout) 2-1-3
Fri, Oct 23 Wisconsin * at Madison, Wis. 7:07 p.m. 4-3 3-1-3
Sat, Oct 24 Wisconsin * at Madison, Wis. 7:07 p.m. 3-5 3-2-3
Fri, Oct 30 Minnesota State * Columbus, Ohio 7:07 p.m. 7-6 4-2-3
Sat, Oct 31 Minnesota State * Columbus, Ohio 7:07 p.m. 4-1 5-2-3
Fri, Nov 06 North Dakota * at Grand Forks, N.D. 7:07 p.m. 4-5 5-3-3
Sat, Nov 07 North Dakota * at Grand Forks, N.D. 4:07 p.m. 3-1 6-3-3
Fri, Nov 13 Minnesota Duluth * Columbus, Ohio 7:07 p.m. 2-3 (OT) 6-4-3
Sat, Nov 14 Minnesota Duluth * Columbus, Ohio 7:07 p.m. 3-5 6-5-3
Fri, Nov 20 St. Lawrence Columbus, Ohio 7:07 p.m.
Sat, Nov 21 St. Lawrence Columbus, Ohio 2:07 p.m.
Fri, Dec 11 St. Cloud State * at St. Cloud, Minn. 2:07 p.m.
Sat, Dec 12 St. Cloud State * at St. Cloud, Minn. 1:07 p.m.
Sat, Jan 02 Robert Morris Columbus, Ohio 2:07 p.m.
Sun, Jan 03 Robert Morris Columbus, Ohio 2:07 p.m.
Fri, Jan 08 Minnesota * at Minneapolis, Minn. 6:07 p.m.
Sat, Jan 09 Minnesota * at Minneapolis, Minn. 4:07 p.m.
Fri, Jan 15 Minnesota State * at Mankato, Minn. 7:07 p.m.
Sat, Jan 16 Minnesota State * at Mankato, Minn. 3:07 p.m.
Fri, Jan 22 Bemidji State * Columbus, Ohio 7:07 p.m. 5-2
Sat, Jan 23 Bemidji State * Columbus, Ohio 2:07 p.m. 0-1
Fri, Jan 29 Wisconsin * Columbus, Ohio 7:07 p.m. 5-4
Sat, Jan 30 Wisconsin * Columbus, Ohio 3:07 p.m. 2-3
Fri, Feb 05 North Dakota * Columbus, Ohio 7:07 p.m.
Sat, Feb 06 North Dakota * Columbus, Ohio 4:07 p.m.
Fri, Feb 12 Minnesota Duluth * at Duluth, Minn. 7:07 p.m.
Sat, Feb 13 Minnesota Duluth * at Duluth, Minn. 6:07 p.m.
Fri, Feb 19 St. Cloud State * Columbus, Ohio 7:07 p.m.
Sat, Feb 20 St. Cloud State * Columbus, Ohio 2:07 p.m.

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Player performances[edit]

  • In her junior season, Christina Mancuso had a career highs in points with ten (four goals and six assists). Nine of her points were against WCHA opponents (three goals, six assists). The Buckeyes won seven of the eight games in which Mancuso had a point . On October 16, Mancuso had the first multiple-point game of her career with two assists in 5-2 win at Bemidji State. The first shorthanded goal of her career was scored against the Robert Morris Colonials on January 2. January 15 was her second multi-point game as she scored a goal and assist in 6-0 shutout at Minnesota State.[15]
  • As a sophomore, Laura McIntosh played in all 37 games and led the team with 35 assists. It was the second-highest total in a season by a Buckeye. The 35 assists also led the entire WCHA. Her 45 points ranked second on the team in pointsShe had 11 multiple-point games and eight contests with multiple assists . On the power play, McIntosh collected 18 points, including 16 assists, for the second-most power play points on the Buckeyes . McIntosh carried an eight-game point streak into the 2010-11 season . In the NCAA, she ranked fifth in assists per game (0.95) and 19th in points per game (1.22). In WCHA conference games, her 37 points tied for third. In the first five games of the season, McIntosh had four assists. She factored into all three goals in 5-3 loss at Wisconsin on October 24. On October 30–31, the Buckeyes swept Minnesota State and McIntosh had a five-point series (1 goal, 4 assists).

Player stats[edit]

= Indicates team leader

Skaters[edit]

Player Games Goals Assists Points Points/game PIM GWG PPG SHG
Hokey Langan 37 25 28 53 1.4324 36 3 7 0
Laura McIntosh 37 10 35 45 1.2162 30 0 2 0
Natalie Spooner 35 22 22 44 1.2571 16 5 9 1
Raelyn LaRocque 37 12 24 36 0.9730 50 2 4 0
Rachel Davis 37 6 15 21 0.5676 56 0 1 0
Kelly Wild 36 5 16 21 0.5833 38 1 4 0
Melissa Feste 35 10 10 20 0.5714 22 1 2 0
Paige Semenza 34 4 9 13 0.3824 40 0 1 0
Kim Theut 32 7 5 12 0.3750 30 1 3 0
Minttu Tuominen 23 6 5 11 0.4783 8 1 2 0
Shannon Reilly 35 1 10 11 0.3143 36 0 0 0
Christina Mancuso 37 4 6 10 0.2703 22 1 0 1
Brittany Carlson 37 3 6 9 0.2432 26 1 0 0
Teal Bishop 37 3 5 8 0.2162 30 0 1 0
Sandy Nelson 37 1 3 4 0.1081 2 0 0 0
Tina Hollowell 37 1 3 4 0.1081 8 0 0 0
Jenna Kilpatrick 24 2 1 3 0.1250 2 1 0 0
Liz Rizzo 32 0 1 1 0.0313 0 0 0 0
Amanda Boskovich 26 0 0 0 0.0000 0 0 0 0
Chelsea Knapp 35 0 0 0 0.0000 4 0 0 0
Barbara Bilko 1 0 0 0 0.0000 0 0 0 0
Michele Tonnessen 21 0 0 0 0.0000 2 0 0 0
Deidre Facklis 3 0 0 0 0.0000 0 0 0 0

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Postseason[edit]

In the first game of the WCHA playoffs, Natalie Spooner scored all three goals for Ohio State.[17] In the next game, Raelyn LaRocque would score the overtime winner as Ohio State swept Wisconsin.[18]

WCHA playoffs[edit]

Date Time Opponent Score Notes
02/26/2010 7:00 PM at Wisconsin 3-1 Natalie Spooner gets a hat trick
02/27/2010 7:00 PM at Wisconsin 4-3 (OT) Buckeyes win series 2-0

Awards and honors[edit]

Preseason honors[edit]

  • WCHA Preseason Player of the year finalist: Natalie Spooner, Ohio State[19]
  • WCHA Preseason Rookie of the year finalist: Hokey Langan, Ohio State[19]

Regular season honors[edit]

  • Chelsea Knapp, WCHA Defensive Player of the Week (Week of January 4)[20]
  • Raelyn LaRocque, WCHA Offensive Player of the Week (Week of November 9)[21]
  • Hokey Langan, WCHA Rookie of the Week (Week of November 2)[22]
  • Hokey Langan, WCHA Rookie of the Week (Week of January 25)[23]
  • Hokey Langan, WCHA Rookie of the Week (Week of February 17, 2010)[24]
  • Hokey Langan, WCHA Freshman of the Year
  • Hokey Langan, WCHA Scoring Champion
  • Natalie Spooner, WCHA Offensive Player of the Week (Week of January 20)[25]
  • Minttu Tuominen, WCHA Rookie of the Week (Week of October 19)[26]

Post season honors[edit]

  • Rachel Davis, 2010 Frozen Four Skills Competition participant[27]
  • Hokey Langan, Patty Kazmaier Award nominee[28]
  • Natalie Spooner, Patty Kazmaier Award nominee[28]
  • Kelly Wild, Big Ten Sportsmanship Award for the team (2009–10)[29]

Academic honors[edit]

  • Kelly Wild, WCHA All-Academic Team (2009–10)
  • Kelly Wild, Academic All-Big Ten at-large selection (2009–10)
  • Kelly Wild, Ohio State Scholar-Athlete (2009–10)

All-WCHA Team[edit]

  • Natalie Spooner, All-WCHA First Team

Team awards[edit]

  • Most Valuable Offensive player, Natalie Spooner
  • Most Valuable Defensive player, Rachel Davis
  • Most Valuable Freshman, Hokey Langan
  • Most Improved Player, Paige Semenza
  • Seventh Player award, Raelyn LaRocque
  • Scarlet and Gray award, Raelyn LaRocque
  • Team Academic award, Barbara Bilko
  • Buckeye Power Club, Christina Mancuso[30]

See also[edit]

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