2009–10 CHA women's ice hockey season

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2009–10 College Hockey America women's ice hockey season
League NCAA Division I
Sport Ice hockey
Duration September 2009
through March, 2010
Regular Season
Champion Mercyhurst Lakers
Runners-Up Syracuse Orange
Season MVP Vicki Bendus
Top scorer Vicki Bendus
Tournament
Champions Mercyhurst Lakers
  Runners-up Syracuse Orange
Tournament MVP Ashley Cockell
Ice hockey seasons
← 08–09
10–11 →

The 2009–10 College Hockey America women's ice hockey season marked the continuation of the annual tradition of competitive ice hockey among College Hockey America members.

Preseason[edit]

College Hockey America Preseason Coaches’ Poll[edit]

Place School First Place Votes Total Points
1 Mercyhurst (4) 16
2 Robert Morris (0) 12
3 Wayne State (1) 9
4 Syracuse (0) 8
5 Niagara (0) 5

[1]

Pre-Season All-CHA Team[edit]

Position Name School Class
F Vicki Bendus Mercyhurst Jr.
F Jesse Scanzano Mercyhurst Jr.
F Brianna Delaney Robert Morris (tie) So.
F Bailey Bram Mercyhurst (tie) So
D Ashley Cockell Mercyhurst Jr
D Chelsea Burnett Wayne State(tie) Sr
D Melissa Lacroix Mercyhurst (tie) Jr
G Hillary Pattenden Mercyhurst (tie) So
G Lucy Schoedel Syracuse (tie) Jr.
  • Player of the Year, Jesse Scanzano, Mercyhurst College[1]

CIS Exhibition[edit]

Date Location NCAA school CIS team Score
Fri. Sept 25 Detroit Wayne State York [2] Wayne State, 3-2[3]
Sat. Sept 26 Erie, Pa. Mercyhurst Guelph[4] Mercyhurst, 10-0[5]
Sun, Sep 27 Pittsburgh, Pa. Robert Morris Wilfrid Laurier[6] RMU, 4-0[7]
Sun. Sept 27 Tennity Ice Pavilion Syracuse Guelph[8] Guelph, 3-1[9]

Canadian semipro exhibition[edit]

Date Location NCAA school Canadian team Score
9/25/2009 Erie, Pa. Mercyhurst Vaughan Flames[4] Mercyhurst, 10-0[10]

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Overall Conference
GP W L T PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
x, y: Mercyhurst 23 19 1 3 41 0 0 7 6 0 1 0 0
Syracuse 26 13 12 1 27 0 0 8 4 4 0 0 0
Wayne State 22 8 11 3 19 0 0 8 4 4 0 0 0
Niagara 22 8 10 4 20 0 0 8 3 3 2 0 0
Robert Morris 25 7 17 1 15 0 0 7 0 6 1 0 0

x: Regular season champion, y: Postseason champion

October[edit]

  • October 31: Number 1 ranked Mercyhurst College suffered its first loss of the season. Fifth-ranked Minnesota Duluth skated away to a 4-3 win and a split of the two-game series at the Mercyhurst Ice Center. With the loss, the Lakers fall to 7-1 on the season.[11]

November[edit]

  • November 13: On Nov. 14, the Niagara Purple Eagles will don pink jerseys in an effort to help Pink the Rink in the annual CHA's initiative Skate for the Cure game for breast health awareness.[12]

December[edit]

  • December 6: The Robert Morris vs. Mercyhurst game on Sunday, December 6 at 1:00 p.m. has been postponed due to a water main break at the Mercyhurst Ice Center. The game is rescheduled for Tuesday, February 2 at 7:00 p.m.[13]
  • December 12: Jesse Scanzano scored three goals in the third period to lead the top-ranked Mercyhurst College women’s hockey team over No. 10 St. Lawrence, 6-2.[14]
  • December 17: Former Robert Morris Colonials goaltender Brianne McLaughlin was selected as one of three goalies to the 2010 U.S. Olympic Women's Ice Hockey Team. McLaughlin is the first-ever Colonial to compete in the Olympic Games.[15]

January[edit]

  • January 27: The Mercyhurst Lakers (19-1-3, 6-0-1 College Hockey America) head the USA TODAY/USA Hockey Magazine poll for the 14th week and are the unanimous choice with all 19 first-place votes for the eighth time. Their only loss came in an October home split with Minnesota-Duluth, which is ranked fourth this week.[16]
  • January 30: Wayne State University's women's hockey program officially celebrates its 10th Anniversary on January 30–31. At the City Sports Center, the 2009-10 Warriors (8-11-3, 4-4-0 CHA) will host the Syracuse Orange (13-12-1, 4-4-0 CHA) in a College Hockey America series.[17]
  • January 30: Niagara became only the second team all year, and the first in the CHA team to defeat Mercyhurst. The Purple Eagles defeated the Lakers 2-1. Jenni Bauer stopped 44 of 45 shots, including all 19 fired her way in the second period in what was a scoreless game until the 42nd minute. The victory was the first-ever for the Purple Eagles over a top-ranked team and their first over the Lakers since 2004. The result snapped Mercyhurst's nation-leading 16-game unbeaten streak and 26-game CHA unbeaten run.[18]

February[edit]

March[edit]

2010 Olympics[edit]

The following former CHA players will represent their respective countries in Ice hockey at the 2010 Winter Olympics.

Player NCAA school Nationality Position Goals Assists Points Medal
Meghan Agosta Mercyhurst  Canada Forward 9 6 15 Gold
Brianne McLaughlin[15] Robert Morris Colonials  United States Goaltender 0 0 0 Silver
Stefanie Marty Syracuse   Switzerland Forward 5th

In season honors[edit]

Players of the week[edit]

Throughout the conference regular season, College Hockey America offices names a player of the week each Monday.

Week Player of the week
10/05/09 Vicki Bendus, Mercyhurst[19]
10/12/09 Stefany Marty, Syracuse [20]
10/19/09 Katrina Protopapas, Wayne State
10/26/09 Bailey Bram, Mercyhurst[21]
11/2/09 No award given
11/9/09 Jesse Scanzano, Mercyhurst[22]
11/16/09 Brianna Delaney, Robert Morris[23]
11/23/09 Kelley Steadman, Mercyhurst[24]
11/30/09 Vicki Bendus, Mercyhurst[25]
12/7/09 Bailey Bram, Mercyhurst[26]
12/14/09 Stefanie Marty, Syracuse[27]
12/21/09 No award given
12/28/08 No award given
1/4/10 Vicki Bendus, Mercyhurst[28]
1/11/10 Katrina Protopapas, Wayne State[29]
1/18/10 Vicki Bendus, Mercyhurst[30]
1/25/10 Sara O'Malley, Robert Morris[31]
2/1/10 Julie Rising, Syracuse
2/8/10 Bailey Bram, Mercyhurst[32]
2/15/10 Daniela Del Colle, Niagara[33]
2/22/10 Kelley Steadman, Mercyhurst[34]
3/1/10 Jess Jones, Mercyhurst[35]
3/8/10

Defensive Players of the week[edit]

Week Def. Player of the week
10/05/09 Daneca Butterfield, Robert Morris[36]
10/12/09 Jacki Gibson, Robert Morris[37]
10/19/09 Hillary Pattenden, Mercyhurst[38]
10/26/09 Daneca Butterfield, Robert Morris
11/2/09 No award given
11/9/09 Daneca Butterfield, Robert Morris
11/16/09 Jenni Bauer, Niagara
11/23/09 Lucy Schoedel, Syracuse
11/30/09 Jenni Bauer, Niagara
12/7/09 Chelsea Burnett, Wayne State
12/14/09 Lucy Schoedel, Syracuse
12/21/09 No award given
12/28/08 No award given
1/4/10 Hillary Pattenden, Mercyhurst
1/11/10 Jill Szandzik, Wayne State [39]
1/18/10 Delayne Brian, Wayne State[40]
1/25/10 Hillary Pattenden, Mercyhurst[41]
2/1/10 Jenni Bauer, Niagara
2/8/10 Melissa Lacroix, Mercyhurst
2/15/10 Gabrielle Beaudry, Syracuse
2/22/10 Hillary Pattenden, Mercyhurst
3/1/10 Chelsea Burnett, Wayne State
3/8/10

Rookies of the week[edit]

Throughout the conference regular season, College Hockey America offices names a rookie of the week each Monday.

Week Player of the week
10/05/09 Jenna Hendrikx, Niagara [42]
10/12/09 Isabel Menard, Syracuse [20]
10/19/09 Isabel Menard, Syracuse [43]
10/26/09 Jenna Hendrikx, Niagara
11/2/09 No award given
11/9/09 Jennifer Kindret, Robert Morris
11/16/09 Gina Buquet, Wayne State
11/23/09 Isabel Menard, Syracuse
11/30/09 Erin Burns, Syracuse
12/7/09 Isabel Menard, Syracuse
12/14/09 Lauren Jones, Mercyhurst
12/21/09 No award given
12/28/08 No award given
1/4/10 Lauren Jones, Mercyhurst
1/11/10 Holly Carrie-Mattimoe, Syracuse
1/18/10 Julie Ingratta, Wayne State
1/25/10 Jennifer Kindret, Robert Morris
2/1/10
2/8/10 Isabel Menard, Syracuse
2/15/10
2/22/10
3/1/10
3/8/10

Statistical leaders[edit]

Skaters[edit]

  • As of February 10

[44]

Goaltenders[edit]

  • As of February 10

Postseason[edit]

CHA Tournament[edit]

CHA All-Tournament Team[edit]

  • Forwards
    • Bailey Bram (Mercyhurst)
    • Lisa Mullan (Syracuse)
    • Jesse Scanzano (Mercyhurst)
  • Defense
    • Melissa Lacroix (Mercyhurst)
    • Gabrielle Beaudry (Syracuse)
  • Goalie
    • Lucy Schoedel (Syracuse)
  • MVP: Ashley Cockell (Mercyhurst)[45]

NCAA Tournament[edit]

  • It was announced on March 8 that Mercyhurst will be the number one ranked team in the Frozen Four. The Lakers will host Boston University on Saturday, March 13 at 2:00 pm Eastern Time.
Record Win % F4 CG
0–1 .000 Mercyhurst lost to Cornell

CHA Awards and honors[edit]

Honor Selection
Player of the Year Vicki Bendus, F, Mercyhurst[46]
Coach of the Year Paul Flanagan, Syracuse
Freshman of the Year Isabel Menard, F, Syracuse
Student Athlete of the Year Christine Jefferson, Wayne State
CHA First Team Vicki Bendus, F, Mercyhurst[47]
Jesse Scanzano, F, Mercyhurst
Bailey Bram, F, Mercyhurst
Isabel Menard, F, Syracuse
Melissa Lacroix, D, Mercyhurst
Cassea Schols, D, Mercyhurst
Jenni Bauer, G, Niagara
CHA Second Team Stefanie Marty, F, Syracuse
Veronique Laramee-Paquette, F, Wayne State
Brittaney Maschmeyer, D, Syracuse
Gabrielle Beaudry, D, Syracuse
Whitney Pappas, D, Robert Morris
Jill Szandzik, D, Wayne State
Lucy Schoedel, G, Syracuse
All-Freshman Team Holly Carrie-Mattimoe, F, Syracuse
Jenna Hendrikx, F, Niagara
Isabel Menard, F, Syracuse
Jenaya Townend, D, Wayne State
Samantha Watt, D, Mercyhurst [48]

CHA all-academic honors[edit]

  • Mercyhurst
    • Vicki Bendus
    • Pamela Zgoda

National awards and honors[edit]

See also[edit]

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