2009–10 Yale Bulldogs women's ice hockey season

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2009–10 Yale Bulldogs women's ice hockey season
Yale Logo.svg
Conference ECAC
Home ice Ingalls Rink
Rankings
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Not ranked
USCHO.com/CBS College Sports Not ranked
Record
Overall 3-8-2
Home 1-5-0
Road 2-3-2
Coaches and Captains
Head Coach Hilary Witt
Captain(s) Caroline Murphy

The Yale Bulldogs women's hockey team will represent Yale University in the 2009–10 NCAA Division I women's ice hockey season. The Bulldogs are coached by Hilary Witt. Witt is assisted by Kim Mathias and Paul Nemetz-Carlson. The strength and conditioning coach is Joe Maher.

Offseason[edit]

  • June 14: With eight players having graduated in 2009, the Yale women's ice hockey team began to recruit for the Class of 2013. Eight incoming freshmen will join the roster for 2009-10. The eight are Erin Callahan, Emily DesMeules, Jamie Gray, Jen Matichuk, Danielle Moncion, Tara Tomimoto, Natalie Wedell, and Alyssa Zupon.[1]
  • July 9: Two former Yale Bulldogs were invited to USA Hockey's National Festival. Forward Crysti Howser and defenseman Helen Resor are among the group of 41 elite players who will head to Blaine, Minn., Aug. 18-24 for a series of practices and games. After the National Festival 23 of those players will be chosen to go on the Qwest Tour as the U.S. Women's National Team, and 21 of those players then will be selected to play for Team USA in the 2010 Olympics. Resor is one of nine players on the National Festival roster who have played in the Olympics before.[2]

Exhibition[edit]

Date Opponent Score Time Record
Oct. 23 Providence Tie, 2-2 0-0-1
Oct. 25 McGill Yale, 4-2[3] 2:00 PM 1-0-1

Regular season[edit]

  • January 8: Mandi Schwartz returned to Yale on Jan. 8 after a year away from school battling leukemia.[4]
  • February 10, 2010: Yale women's hockey head coach Hilary Witt was inducted into the Women's Beanpot Hall of Fame. The induction honors her performance as a player for Northeastern in the annual tournament featuring the four Boston-area women's hockey teams. The ceremony was held prior to the Beanpot Championship game at Harvard's Bright Center.[5]
  • February 17: Bray Ketchum and Jaclyn Snikeris of Yale are among one of forty five nominees for the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award.[6]

Standings[edit]

Conference Overall
GP W L T PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
Cornell 22 14 2 6 34 31 17 8 6
Clarkson 22 14 5 3 31 37 22 10 5
Harvard 22 13 6 3 29 31 20 6 5
Quinnipiac 22 11 4 7 29 37 19 10 8
Rensselaer 22 11 7 4 26 36 16 15 6
Princeton 22 11 7 4 26 31 13 14 4
St. Lawrence 22 11 8 3 25 37 16 14 7
Colgate 22 8 10 4 20 36 12 20 4
Dartmouth 22 9 12 1 19 28 12 14 2
Yale 22 8 13 1 17 29 10 16 3
Brown 22 1 18 3 5 28 3 21 4
Union 22 1 20 1 3 34 5 28 1
= Qualified for NCAA Frozen Four = Qualified for NCAA Tournament

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Roster[edit]

Number Name Position Class Height
1 Erin Callahan G Fr. 5-7
24 Alyssa Clarke D Sr. 5-9
20 Lauren Davis F So. 5-7
13 Emily DesMeules D Fr. 5-9
26 Heather Grant D So. 5-8
7 Jamie Gray D Fr. 5-5
11 Aleca Hughes F So. 5-10
5 Berit Johnson F Sr. 5-5
27 Bray Ketchum F Jr. 5-8
35 Genny Ladiges G So. 5-8
3 Samantha MacLean D Jr. 5-6
6 Becky Mantell F So. 5-6
20 Jen Matichuk F Fr. 5-5
9 Danielle Moncion F Fr. 5-8
14 Caroline Murphy F Sr. 5-6
12 Lili Rudis F Jr. 5-9
17 Mandi Schwartz F Sr. 5-5
32 Jackee Snikeris G Jr. 5-6
4 Tara Tomimoto D Fr. 5-5
11 Natalie Wedell D/F Fr. 5-8
8 Alyssa Zupon F Fr. 5-6

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Schedule[edit]

  • The Nutmeg Classic will held on November 27 and 28.
Date Opponent Score Time Record
Oct. 23 Providence Tie, 2-2 7:00 PM
Oct. 30 at St. Lawrence * Loss, 0-4 4:00 PM 0-1-0
Oct. 31 at Clarkson * Loss, 0-2 2:00 PM 0-2-0
Nov. 6 Princeton * Loss, 0-4 7:00 PM 0-3-0
Nov. 7 Quinnipiac * Loss, 1-2 4:00 PM 0-4-0
Nov. 13 at Rensselaer * Loss, 1-4 7:00 PM 0-5-0
Nov. 14 at Union * Win, 2-1 4:00 PM 1-5-0
Nov. 20 Harvard * Loss, 0-5 7:00 PM 1-6-0
Nov. 21 Dartmouth * Loss, 2-6 6:00 PM 1-7-0
Nov. 27 Sacred Heart Win, 10-1 4:00 PM 2-7-0
Nov. 28 Connecticut Loss, 1-6 TBA 2-8-0
Dec. 4 at Cornell * Tie, 2-2 7:00 PM 2-8-1
Dec. 5 at Colgate * Win, 3-0 4:00 PM 3-8-1
Jan. 1 Northeastern 3:00 PM
Jan. 2 Vermont Win, 3-1 3:00 PM
Jan. 8 at Boston U. 5:00 PM
Jan. 9 at Boston College 2:00 PM
Jan. 15 Union * 7:00 PM 3-0
Jan. 16 Rensselaer * 4:00 PM
Jan. 22 Clarkson * 7:00 PM
Jan. 23 St. Lawrence * 4:00 PM
Jan. 30 Brown * 2:00 PM
Jan. 31 at Brown * 2:00 PM
Feb. 5 at Dartmouth * 7:00 PM
Feb. 6 at Harvard * 4:00 PM
Feb. 12 Colgate * 7:00 PM
Feb. 13 Cornell * 4:00 PM
Feb. 19 at Quinnipiac * 7:00 PM
Feb. 20 at Princeton * 4:00 PM

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Player stats[edit]

Skaters[edit]

Player Games Played Goals Assists Points Penalty Minutes +/-

Goaltenders[edit]

Player Games Played Minutes Goals Against Wins Losses Ties Shutouts Save % Goals Against Average
Erin Callahan
Jackee Snikeris

Postseason[edit]

NCAA hockey tournament[edit]

Awards and honors[edit]

  • Alyssa Clarke, Defense, Senior, 2010 Honorable Mention
  • Aleca Hughes, ECAC All-Academic[10]
  • Bray Ketchum, Forward, Junior, 2010 Second Team All-Ivy
  • Jacklyn Snikeris, Goaltender, Junior, 2010 First Team All-Ivy[11]
  • Jacklyn Snikeris, ECAC All-Academic

References[edit]

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