2010–11 NCAA Division I women's ice hockey season

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The 2010–11 NCAA Division I women's ice hockey season began in October, ending with the 2011 NCAA Division I Women's Ice Hockey Tournament's championship game in March, 2011. The Frozen Four was hosted by Mercyhurst College at Louis J. Tullio Arena in Erie, Pennsylvania.[1]

Offseason[edit]

  • May 26: 2010 Winter Olympian Karen Thatcher has been named an assistant coach at Colgate.[2]
  • June 2, 2010: The University of Connecticut men's and women's ice hockey teams will play outdoor games at Rentschler Field on Sunday, Feb. 13. This event will be part of the "Whalers Hockey Fest". The UConn men's team will take on Sacred Heart. The women's team will face the Providence Friars women's ice hockey program in a Hockey East game.[3]
  • June 2, 2010: 2010 Canadian Olympic gold medallists Catherine Ward and Marie-Philip Poulin have tentatively agreed to join the Boston University Terriers.[4]
  • June 7: Yale Bulldogs head coach Hilary Witt will leave the program at the end of June. Witt coached the Bulldogs for eight seasons and is the program’s most victorious coach, accumulating 96 wins during her tenure.[5]
  • June 7: Mandi Schwartz was recently diagnosed for a second time with acute myeloid leukemia. Schwartz will require a cord-blood or blood-marrow donor.[6]
  • June 7: Olympic silver medallist Julie Chu has been named as an assistant coach.[7] Previously, Chu was assistant coach for the University of Minnesota Duluth women’s hockey team that won the 2008 NCAA National Championship.
  • August 27: Mercyhurst Lakers player Meghan Agosta was announced as a finalist for the Women's Sports Foundation's 2010 Sportswoman of the Year Team Award. It is awarded to the top female athlete (NCAA, Olympic, professional) who has demonstrated exceptional play in helping her team win a championship.[8]
  • September 13: The Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs visit the White House and are honored in a Rose Garden ceremony with President Barack Obama as the 2010 NCAA National Champions.[9]
  • September 17: Terrence M. and Kim Pegula from Boca Raton, Florida have donated $88 million to Penn State University for a multi-purpose arena. The arena will mean that Penn State will add an NCAA Division I men's hockey program and a Division I women's hockey program.[10] PSU plans to play as an independent for two years starting in 2012.[11] The new arena will open in April 2014.

Season outlook[edit]

Preseason polls[edit]

  • USA Today/USA Hockey Women's Rankings
Rank NCAA school Points
1 Minnesota Duluth 187
2 Cornell 167
3 Mercyhurst 136
4 Boston University 132
5 Wisconsin 115
6 Minnesota 106
7 Clarkson 70
8 Boston College 46
9 Harvard 39
10 Ohio State 12

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Exhibition[edit]

CIS Exhibition[edit]

Date NCAA school Opponent Score NCAA goal scorers
Sept. 24 Providence McGill 3-1[13]
Sept. 24 Boston College Windsor 3–0, BC[14] Ashley Motherwell, Danielle Doherty, Mary Restuccia
Sept. 25 Boston University Windsor 4–1, BU[15] Jillian Kirchner
Jill Cardella
Britt Hergesheimer
Louise Warren
Sept 25 Mercyhurst Wilfrid Laurier 7–0, Mercyhurst[16] Cassea Schols, Pamela Zgoda, Kelley Steadman, Lauren Jones, Christie Cicero, Samantha Watt, Kylie Rossler
Sept. 25 Providence McGill 6-4[17]
Sept. 26 Northeastern McGill 3–2 (OT), Northeastern[18] Katie McSorley
Lori Antflick
Kristi Kehoe (game winner)
Sept. 26 Minnesota Manitoba 8–0[19] Amanda Kessel (3), Emily West (2), Jen Schoullis, Becky Kortum, Nikki Ludwigson
Oct. 2 Ohio State Wilfird Laurier Ohio State, 2–0[20] Hokey Langan, Tina Hollowell[21]
Oct. 2 Vermont McGill Tie, 2–2[22] Emily Walsh, Celeste Doucet
Oct. 23 Harvard McGill 2-2[23]

Other[edit]

Date NCAA school Opponent Time Score Goal scorers
09/24/2010 Quinnipiac Ontario Hockey Academy 7:00 ET Qpac, 3–1[24] Kelly Babstock (2), Lindsay Burman
09/25/10 Union Etobicoke (PWHL) 7:00 pm 3–0
09/25/10 North Dakota Toronto Aeros 2:07 p.m. CT 9–0 Sara Dagenais, Mary Loken (2), Jocelyne Lamoureux (3), Monique Lamoureux (2)[25]
10/15/2010 Cornell Etobicoke (PWHL) 7:00 ET 6–0[26] Rebecca Johnston (2), Brianne Jenner, Jessica Campbell, Hayley Hughes

News and notes[edit]

October[edit]

  • October 1: Mercyhurst Lakers player Meghan Agosta joined Jesse Scanzano as only the second Mercyhurst player to have 100 career assists. She picked up the assist in the second period.[27]
  • October 1: In her first game as a Golden Gopher, Amanda Kessel registered four points (two goals, two assists). The following day, Kessel scored the game-winning goal as the Gophers won by a 3–0 score. The game against Clarkson marked the first time in school history that the Gophers opened a season against a ranked opponent.[28]
  • October 2: Olympic gold medallist Marie-Philip Poulin debuted with the Boston University Terriers women's ice hockey program. In her first game, she scored the first goal of her NCAA career. It was a 4–5 loss at North Dakota.[29]
  • October 9: With the 1–0 shutout over Wayne State, the Gophers have not allowed a goal in 180 minutes. Dating back to the 2009–10 season, Minnesota has not allowed a goal in 200:45 minutes played.[30]
  • October 12: The WCHA had five of its teams ranked in the two national polls for the week.[31] It is believed to be the first time five WCHA teams have ever been ranked among the top 10 in the nation at one time.
  • October 15: Bailey Bram registered two assists, including her 100th career point, in a game against the Bemidji State Beavers. She became the 11th Lakers player to crack the century mark in the 4–0 win.[32]
  • October 15: With her third shorthanded goal of the season on October 15, freshman Marie-Philip Poulin tied BU’s single-season record for shorthanded tallies in just four games.
  • October 16: In a 7–1 win against Connecticut, Isabel Menard recorded the first hat trick in Syracuse Orange women's ice hockey history (and added an assist).[32]
  • On October 23, 2010, Jocelyne Lamoureux had a hat trick and one assist. In addition, one of her goals was the game-winning goal. The hat trick was the first by a North Dakota player since Cami Wooster in 2005.[33]
  • As the Lakers went 6–1–0 in October 2010, Bestland scored four goals, including two in a 7–3 defeat of the Robert Morris Colonials. In addition, she had six assists. In her first game as a Laker, she scored a goal. She registered points in five of the seven games played and finished the month with a plus/minus rating of +13. For her efforts, she was recognized as College Hockey America's Rookie of the Month.[34]

November[edit]

  • November 12–13: Kelly Babstock made Quinnipiac hockey history as she accounted for six of the seven goals scored over the weekend. Babstock registered back to back hat tricks against ECAC opponents (No. 10 ranked Harvard and Dartmouth). In addition, she is the first skater in Quinnipiac history to record two hat tricks in one season. As of November 14, Babstock led the team and the entire NCAA in goals (13) and points (27).[35]
  • November 13: The 1–0 shutout by Connecticut on November 13 ended New Hampshire’s 17-game unbeaten streak against the Huskies The Huskies penalty kill was a perfect 6-of-6 on the weekend. The shutout on November 13 marked the first time the Wildcats were shut out at home since Nov. 28, 2004 (by Mercyhurst), a streak of 109 consecutive home games.[36]
  • November 21: Northeastern player Katie McSorley recorded her first career hat trick and added two assists as the Huskies prevailed by a 5-1 tally over the Providence Friars. The hat trick was the first hat trick for a Northeastern player since Julia Marty in 2008.[37] It was also the first five point game by a Husky since Chelsey Jones tallied five points against Maine on Dec. 3, 2006.

December[edit]

  • Dec . 1: Northeastern Huskies freshman Rachel Llanes scored the first and last goal of the game in Northeastern’s 4-0 win over New Hampshire with six shots on goal. It was her first-ever multi-goal game. Another freshman, Katie MacSorley scored a goal in the 4-0 win over New Hampshire. Florence Schelling made 22 saves for her third shutout of the season. With the win, Northeastern snapped a 27-game unbeaten streak (0-26-1) against New Hampshire.[38] Their last win over New Hampshire was Jan. 21, 2001, a 2-1 win. In addition, the fact that it was a shutout victory marks the first over UNH in the history of the program.
  • On Friday, Dec. 3 against Brown, Kelly Babstock became Quinnipiac's all-time leader in goals scored in a season by netting her 16th goal of the season. Babstock's nation leading sixth game-winning goal against Yale on Saturday, Dec. 4 was part of a Bobcats 3–1 win.[39]
  • January 3, 7-8: In three games played, Rachel Weber earned three victories and allowed only one goal. On January 3, she defeated Quinnipiac by a 3-0 tally and shutout Clarkson by a 2-0 score on January 7. The following day, she gave up her only goal of the week in a 3-1 win over St. Lawrence. Her shutout streak spanned six games and lasted 289:43. She is now the owner of the longest shutout streak in ECAC history[40] and the fourth longest in NCAA Division I since the 2000-01 season.
  • January 7–8: Cornell freshman goaltender Lauren Slebodnik earned two shutouts in her first two career starts.[40] On January 7, she made her NCAA debut by shutting out Yale by a 5-0 margin. With Cornell dressing just 12 skaters, she stopped all 23 Yale shots. The following night, Slebodnik shut out the Brown Bears by a 3-0 mark. Cornell only dressed 11 skaters for the game and she stopped all 15 shots.

January[edit]

  • January 15: Bailey Bram registered two goals and four assists for a career-high six points as Mercyhurst defeated Brown 12-0. Mercyhurst notched 12 goals in a game for the first time since the 1999-2000 season.[41]
  • On January 16, the Boston University Terriers defeated Maine and set a program record with their 11th home win of the season. The previous mark was 10 wins during the 2006-07 season.[42]
  • On January 22, 2011, Marie-Philip Poulin recorded a hat trick, including two power play goals as BU prevailed over Vermont in a 4-0 win. The win was the Terriers 100th win in program history. Poulin broke BU’s single-season points record with her second goal of the game and later tied the single-season goals record with her third marker.[43]
  • January 21–22: Meghan Agosta recorded five points on two goals and three assists in a two-game sweep of Robert Morris. With the five point effort, Agosta is now just seven points away from breaking former Harvard player Julie Chu’s mark of 285 points to become the NCAA all-time points leader.[44]
  • Jan 21-22: Wisconsin right winter Meghan Duggan led the top-ranked Badgers with four scoring points in a win and tie at defending national champion Minnesota Duluth. Duggan registered two goals and two assists against the Bulldogs, recorded nine shots on goal and finished with a +4 plus/minus rating in the two games. She led all players with three points in the January 21 win (4-1). She scored the Badgers first goal of the game (it was the first women’s college hockey goal scored at the Bulldogs new AMSOIL Arena). In the second period, she assisted on a power-play tally to give Wisconsin a 3-0 lead. In the final two minutes, she had an empty net goal. The following day, both clubs skated to a 4-4 tie (Wisconsin prevailed 2-1 in the shootout). Duggan assisted on the Badgers’ second goal of the game and extended her current point streak to 22 games, the longest individual point streak in Wisconsin women’s hockey history. On January 21, she broke the previous mark of 20 games set by Meghan Hunter from Oct. 14, 2000 to Jan. 12, 2001.[45]
  • The January 29, 2011 game between Wisconsin and Minnesota was played before a women’s college

hockey record crowd of 10,668.[46]

February[edit]

  • On February 4, 2011, Meghan Agosta became the all-time leading scorer in NCAA women's hockey history with three goals and one assist in Mercyhurst College's 6-2 win over Wayne State in Erie, Pennsylvania.[47] Agosta's four points gave her 286 career points, one more than ex-Harvard forward Julie Chiu's record of 285 set in 2006-07. Agosta, who also owns the record for most short-handed goals and game-winning goals, added three assists in the Lakers' 3-1 win over Wayne State on February 5.[48]
  • February 25, 2011: Meghan Agosta scored her 151st career goal to become all-time leading goal scorer in NCAA history. She accomplished this in a 6-2 victory over the Robert Morris Colonials women’s ice hockey program at the Mercyhurst Ice Center. She surpassed Harvard's Nicole Corriero, who set the record at 150 during the 2004-05 season. The goal was scored on the power play at 15:18 of the second period with the assist going to Bailey Bram. She later added her 152nd goal in the third period.[49]

Sports Illustrated[edit]

  • Kelly Babstock was featured in Sports Illustrated's Faces in the Crowd feature in the January 17, 2011 issue (as recognition of breaking several Quinnipiac scoring records).[50]
  • Meghan Agosta was also featured in the Faces in the Crowd feature in the February 21, 2011 issue (as recognition of becoming the all-time NCAA scorer).[51]

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Overall Conference
GP W L T PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
#5 Mercyhurst†* 27 22 5 0 44 144 54 11 11 0 0 61 15
Niagara 28 9 14 5 23 41 68 12 6 4 2 23 26
Syracuse 28 11 13 4 26 71 79 10 5 4 1 23 23
Robert Morris 29 5 19 5 15 59 117 13 2 8 3 26 49
Wayne State 26 8 16 2 18 51 70 12 1 9 2 19 39
Championship:
indicates conference regular season champion
* indicates conference tournament champion
Current rankings: USCHO.com Division I women's poll
  • Rankings based on number of wins in the conference
Conference Overall
GP W L T PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
#2 Cornell†* 22 20 1 1 41 35 31 3 1
Harvard 22 14 5 3 31 32 17 11 4
Dartmouth 22 15 7 0 30 8 5 3 0
Princeton 22 13 8 1 27 31 16 14 1
Quinnipac 22 12 9 1 25 37 22 12 3
Clarkson 22 10 8 4 24 37 14 17 6
St. Lawrence 22 11 11 0 22 7 4 3 0
Rensselaer 22 8 12 2 18 9 4 3 1
Colgate 22 8 12 2 18 33 11 19 3
Yale 22 8 12 2 18 29 9 17 3
Brown 22 1 17 4 6 29 2 23 4
Union 22 1 19 2 4 34 2 29 3
Championship: Cornell
indicates conference regular season champion
* indicates conference tournament champion
Current rankings: USCHO.com Division I women's poll

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Overall Conference
GP W L T PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
#4 Boston University 32 28 4 4 60 117 56 21 15 3 3 66 33
#7 Boston College* 31 20 6 5 45 92 56 21 13 4 4 55 32
#9 Providence 35 22 12 1 45 53 43 21 12 8 1 53 43
Connecticut 18 7 10 1 15 35 51 21 9 9 3 36 39
Northeastern 18 10 4 4 24 48 35 21 6 10 5 42 48
Maine 19 8 7 4 19 54 42 21 6 12 3 37 54
New Hampshire 19 9 10 0 18 33 40 21 7 13 1 35 50
Vermont 33 7 17 9 23 44 77 21 4 13 4 24 49
Championship: Boston College
indicates conference regular season champion
* indicates conference tournament champion
Current rankings: USCHO.com Division I women's poll

*Rankings based on number of wins in the conference

Conference Overall
GP W L T SW PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
#1 Wisconsin†* 28 24 2 2 2 76 140 50 38 34 2 2 203 66
#3 Minnesota 28 18 8 2 1 57 100 52 37 26 9 2 131 65
#6 Minnesota-Duluth 28 18 7 3 0 57 109 49 33 22 8 3 131 53
#8 North Dakota 28 16 10 2 0 50 96 79 36 20 13 3 116 103
Bemidji State 28 11 13 4 2 39 53 71 35 14 17 4 70 88
Ohio State 28 8 17 3 3 30 69 100 36 14 19 3 99 116
Minnesota State 28 7 20 1 0 22 47 101 36 8 25 3 53 122
St. Cloud State 28 1 26 1 1 5 23 135 35 1 33 1 31 177
Championship: Wisconsin
indicates conference regular season champion
* indicates conference tournament champion
Current rankings: USCHO.com Division I women's poll

Outdoor Games[edit]

  • The University of Connecticut men's and women's ice hockey teams will play outdoor games at Rentschler Field on Sunday, Feb. 13. This event will be part of the "Whalers Hockey Fest". The UConn men's team will take on Sacred Heart. The women's team will face the Providence Friars women's ice hockey program in a Hockey East game.[3]

Season Tournaments[edit]

Nutmeg Classic[edit]

The Nutmeg Classic will be contested on November 26 and 27. The tournament is hosted by the Quinnipiac Bobcats program. The other competing schools include the Connecticut Huskies women's ice hockey, Sacred Heart Pioneers, and Yale Bulldogs.

Date Schools Score Notes
Nov. 26 Quinnipiac vs. Sacred Heart Quinnipiac, 9-1 Kelly Babstock scored two goals[53]
Nov. 26 Yale vs. Connecticut Yale, 5-2
Nov. 27 Connecticut vs. Sacred Heart Connecticut, 11-0
Nov. 27 Quinnipiac vs. Yale Quinnipiac, 2-1 Brittany Lyons scored game winner[54]

Easton Holiday Classic[edit]

The Easton Holiday Classic will be played in St. Cloud, Minnesota.

Date Schools Score
Jan. 1 Wisconsin vs. Northeastern Wisconsin, 7-2[55]
Jan. 1 Mercyhurst vs. St. Cloud State
Jan. 2 Wisconsin vs. Mercyhurst
Jan. 2 Northeastern vs. St. Cloud State Northeastern, 2-1[56]

Beanpot[edit]

The Beanpot will involve Boston College, Boston University, Northeastern and Harvard. Mary Restuccia was named MVP while Molly Schaus received the Bertagna Goaltending Award.

Date Schools Score Notes
Feb. 8 Northeastern vs. Harvard Tie, 3-3 Harvard wins in Shootout[57]
Feb. 8 Boston College vs. Boston University BC, 2-1 Kelli Stack gets a goal and assist to become BC's all-time points leader[58]
Feb. 11 Northeastern @ Boston University BU, 4-3[59] Lauren Cherewyk scores game-winning goal
Feb. 12 Boston University @ Northeastern BU, 5-1[60] Jennifer Wakefield scores two goals
Feb. 15 Boston University @ Northeastern Tie, 3-3[61] Consolation game
Feb. 15 Boston College vs. Harvard BC, 3-1[62] BC wins fourth Beanpot

Scoring leaders[edit]

Hockey East[edit]

  • (Through March 10)
Player School GP G A P PPG PIM PP SH GW HT +/-
Kelli Stack BC 34 34 22 56 1.65 34 8 4 8 3 +27
Jenn Wakefield BU 31 30 21 51 1.65 30 7 2 6 0 +23
Marie-Philip Poulin BU 25 22 22 44 1.76 22 7 3 3 2 +23
Mary Restuccia BC 35 11 27 38 1.09 56 3 0 4 0 +18
Rachel Llanes Northeastern 37 12 19 31 0.84 12 4 1 2 0 +11

Awards and honors[edit]

Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award Nominees[edit]

  • February 21: Twenty-six players are among the list of nominees for the 2011 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award, presented by Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine.[65] The list of 26 nominated players includes 17 forwards, five goaltenders and four defenders (from 12 different schools). Mercyhurst College, host of the 2011 NCAA Women's Frozen Four, leads all schools with five nominatees.
Name Pos. Yr School Division
Meghan Agosta F Sr. Mercyhurst CHA
Kelly Babstock F Fr. Quinnipiac ECAC
Jenni Bauer F Sr. Niagara CHA
Vicki Bendus F Sr. Mercyhurst CHA
Bailey Bram F Jr. Mercyhurst CHA
Brianna Decker F So. Wisconsin WCHA
Meghan Duggan F Sr. Wisconsin WCHA
Laura Fortino D So. Cornell ECAC
Haley Irwin F Jr. Minnesota-Duluth WCHA
Brianne Jenner F Fr. Cornell ECAC
Rebecca Johnston F Jr. Cornell ECAC
Hilary Knight F Jr. Wisconsin WCHA
Jocelyne Lamoureux F So. North Dakota WCHA
Monique Lamoureux-Kolls D/F So. North Dakota WCHA
Jocelyne Larocque D Sr. Minnesota Duluth WCHA
Isabel Menard F So. Syracuse CHA
Hillary Pattenden G Jr. Mercyhurst CHA
Marie-Philip Poulin F Fr. Boston University Hockey East
Noora Raty G So. Minnesota WCHA
Lauriane Rougeau D So. Cornell ECAC
Jesse Scanzano F Sr. Mercyhurst CHA
Molly Schaus G Sr. Boston College Hockey East
Jackee Snikeris G Sr. Yale ECAC
Kelli Stack F Sr. Boston College Hockey East
Jenn Wakefield F Jr. Boston University Hockey East
Catherine Ward Defense Fr. Boston University Hockey East

Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award Finalists[edit]

March 3: The USA Hockey Foundation today announced the 10 finalists for the 2011 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award.[66]

  • Meghan Agosta
  • Vicki Bendus
  • Meghan Duggan
  • Laura Fortino
  • Haley Irwin
  • Rebecca Johnston
  • Hilary Knight
  • Noora Raty
  • Molly Schaus
  • Kelli Stack

Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award Top 3[edit]

  • Meghan Agosta
  • Meghan Duggan (Winner)[67]
  • Kelli Stack

All-conference honors[edit]

All-America honors[edit]

First team[edit]

Player   Position   School
Molly Schaus G Boston College
Laura Fortino D Cornell
Jocelyne Larocque D Minnesota-Duluth
Meghan Agosta F Mercyhurst
Meghan Duggan F Wisconsin
Hilary Knight F Wisconsin

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Second team[edit]

Player   Position   School
Noora Raty G Minnesota
Lauriane Rougeau D Cornell
Catherine Ward D Boston University
Brianna Decker F Wisconsin
Rebecca Johnston F Cornell
Kelli Stack F Boston College

All Ivy League honors[edit]

  • Laura Fortino, Cornell, Ivy League Player of the Year
  • Brianne Jenner, Cornell, Ivy League Rookie of the Year

First Team All-Ivy[edit]

  • Brianne Jenner, Forward, Cornell
  • Rebecca Johnston, Forward, Cornell
  • Chelsea Karpenko, Forward, Cornell
  • Kelly Foley, Forward, Dartmouth
  • Laura Fortino, Defense, Cornell
  • Josephine Pucci, Defense, Harvard
  • Jackee Snikeris, Goaltender, Yale

Second Team All-Ivy[edit]

  • Catherine White, Forward, Cornell
  • Amanda Trunzo, Forward, Dartmouth
  • Liza Ryabkina, Forward, Harvard
  • Jillian Dempsey, Forward, Harvard
  • Lauriane Rougeau, Defense, Cornell
  • Sasha Sherry, Defense, Princeton
  • Rachel Weber, Goaltender, Princeton

Honorable Mention[edit]

  • Leanna Coskren, Defense, Harvard
  • Sasha Nanji, Defense, Dartmouth
  • Lindsay Holdcroft, Goaltender, Dartmouth

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2010-11 New England Hockey Awards[edit]

  • Kelli Stack, Senior, Forward, Boston College, Player of the Year [70]
  • Mark Hudak, Dartmouth, Coach of the Year

2010-11 New England Women's Division I All-Stars[edit]

Goalies[edit]
  • Molly Schaus, Senior, Boston College
  • Jackee Snikeris, Senior, Yale
Defense[edit]
Forwards[edit]
  • Kelly Babstock, Freshman, Quinnipiac
  • Marie-Philip Poulin, Freshman, Boston University
  • Mary Restuccia, Junior, Boston College
  • Jenn Wakefield, Junior, Boston University
  • Kelli Stack, Senior, Boston College
  • Kelly Foley, Junior, Dartmouth

Other[edit]

  • Amy Bourbeau, 2011 AHCA Assistant Coach Award (inaugural winner)[71]

Postseason tournaments[edit]

CHA championship game[edit]

March 5, 2011: In the CHA championship game, Meghan Agosta scored three goals to top 300 points for her career. The Lakers defeated Syracuse 5-4 and captured its ninth straight College Hockey America title.[72] Despite getting outshot 13-3 in the first period, Syracuse scored two goals on its first two attempts on the power play. Stefanie Marty gave the Orange an early 1-0 lead and Margot Scharfe scored the second goal.

  • Mercyhurst 5, Syracuse 4

ECAC championship game[edit]

  • Cornell 3, Dartmouth 0[73]

Hockey East championship game[edit]

  • Boston College 3, Northeastern 1[74]

WCHA championship game[edit]

  • Wisconsin 5, Minnesota 4 (OT)[75]

See also[edit]

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