Guelph Gryphons women's ice hockey

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Guelph Gryphons women's ice hockey
Guelph Gryphons women's ice hockey athletic logo

University University of Guelph
Conference OUA
Head coach Carly Haggard
1st year, 0–0–0
Arena Gryphon Centre
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Location Guelph, Ontario
Colors Red and Gold and Black

                     

The Guelph Gryphons are an ice hockey team that represents the University of Guelph. They compete in the OUA Conference in the Canadian Interuniversity Sport athletic program.

History[edit]

On March 3, 2011, a postseason match between the Queen's Golden Gaels and the Guelph Gryphons became the longest collegiate hockey game, male or female, Canadian or American — on record. The match began on Wednesday and it only ended on Thursday. The duration of the match was 167 minutes and 14 seconds when Queen's forward Morgan McHaffie placed a rebound past Gryphons goalie Danielle Skoufranis.[1]

In the 2011-12 campaign, Jackie Sollis was named an OUA First-Team All-Star. She led all defenders in the OUA with 23 points, while forward Erin Small finished second in OUA scoring with 34 points. Along with goaltender Stephanie Nehring, the two were named OUA Second Team all-stars. Freshman goaltender Nehring was one of only two goalies to reach double digits in wins with 14. Her 1.89 goals against average ranked second overall in the OUA. [2] Jessica Pinkerton was named to the OUA All-Rookie team, as she led all OUA rookies with 14 goals in her initial campaign. In addition, her 26 points were second overall among OUA rookies. Her nine power play goals led all scorers in the OUA, as the Gryphons enjoyed a second place finish in the standings.

International[edit]

Player Position Event Result
Cassie Campbell Defense[3] 1998 Winter Olympics Silver
Cassie Campbell Forward 2002 Winter Olympics Gold
Cassie Campbell Forward 2006 Winter Olympics Gold
Jacalyn Sollis Defense 2011 Winter Universiade Gold
Jessica Zerafa[4] Forward 2011 Winter Universiade Gold

Awards and honors[edit]

OUA honors[edit]

Player Position Season Honor
Tina Vlad Defense 1981-82 OUA First Team All-Star
Sue Scherer Defense 1982-83 OUA First Team All-Star
Sue Scherer Defense 1983-84 OUA First Team All-Star
Jenny Patterson Forward 1989-90 OUA First Team All-Star
Sue Patterson Forward 1989-90 OUA First Team All-Star
Jules Stevens Forward 1989-90 OUA First Team All-Star
Sue Patterson Forward 1990-91 OUA First Team All-Star
Marci Hickmott Goaltender 1990-91 OUA Second Team All-Star
Kelli Chittick Defense 1990-91 OUA Second Team All-Star
Elizabeth Duval Defense 1990-91 OUA Second Team All-Star
Marci Hickmott Goaltender 1991-92 OUA First Team All-Star
Nancy Deschamps Forward 1991-92 OUA First Team All-Star
Helen Knowles Defense 1991-92 OUA Second Team All-Star
Stephanie Slade Goaltender 1992-93 OUA Second Team All-Star
Cassie Campbell Defense 1992-93 OUA Second Team All-Star
Liz Duval Forward 1992-93 OUA Second Team All-Star
Michelle Hanes Forward 1992-93 OUA Second Team All-Star
Helen Knowles Forward 1992-93 OUA Second Team All-Star
Liz Duval Forward 1993-94 OUA First Team All-Star
Jennifer Dewar Goaltender 1993-94 OUA Second Team All-Star
Sarah Applegarth Defense 1993-94 OUA Second Team All-Star
Cassie Campbell Forward 1993-94 OUA Second Team All-Star
Michelle Holmes Forward 1993-94 OUA Second Team All-Star
Jennifer Dewar Goaltender 1994-95 OUA First Team All-Star
Cassie Campbell Forward 1994-95 OUA Second Team All-Star
Liz Duval Defense 1994-95 OUA Second Team All-Star
Tanja Vlahovich[5] Defense 1999-2000 OUA Second Team All-Star
Jessica Zerafa Forward 2010-11 OUA Second Team All-Star
Jackie Sollis Forward 2010-11 OUA Second Team All-Star

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mary Ormsby (3 March 2011). "Gaels, Gryphons women set hockey record". Toronto Star. Retrieved 17 July 2011. 
  2. ^ http://english.cis-sic.ca/sports/wice/2011-12/releases/20120224-oua
  3. ^ "Cassie Campbell". Sports Reference.com. Retrieved 17 July 2011. 
  4. ^ "2011 Winter Universiade: Martlet duo scores as Canada strikes gold in Turkey". McGill University. Retrieved 17 July 2011. 
  5. ^ "OUA WOMEN'S HOCKEY HISTORY - ALL-STARS". Ontario University Athletics. Retrieved 17 July 2011.