2005–06 Wisconsin Badgers women's ice hockey season

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2005–06 Wisconsin Badgers women's ice hockey season
Wisconsin Badgers logo.svg
NCAA Division I National Champions
WCHA Regular Season Champions
WCHA Tournament Champions
NCAA Championship Game, W 3–0 vs. Minnesota
Conference 1st WCHA
Home ice Kohl Center
Rankings
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine #1
USCHO.com/CBS College Sports #2
Record
Overall 36–4–1
Home 17–2–0
Road 12–1–1
Neutral 7–1–0
Coaches and Captains
Head Coach Mark Johnson
Assistant Coaches Tracey Cornell
Dan Koch
Jackie Friesen
Captain(s) Sharon Cole
Alternate captain(s) Sara Bauer
Nikki Burish
Wisconsin Badgers women's ice hockey seasons
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The 2005–06 Wisconsin Badgers women's ice hockey team was the Badgers' 6th season. Led by head coach Mark Johnson, the Badgers won their first NCAA championship.

Regular season[edit]

Schedule[edit]

Date Result Opponent Score
10/8 L Minnesota Duluth 2–5
10/9 W MINNESOTA DULUTH (4) 4–3 OT
10/15 W VERMONT 5–0
10/16 W VERMONT 5–0
10/21 W at Minnesota State 4–1
10/28 W NORTH DAKOTA 3–2
10/29 W NORTH DAKOTA 8–0
11/4 W ST. CLOUD STATE 5–2
11/5 W ST. CLOUD STATE 3–1
11/9 W vs Minnesota State 7–1
11/18 W at Minnesota (4) 2–0
11/19 W at Minnesota (4) 6–2
11/26 W at Dartmouth 4–3
11/27 L vs New Hampshire (4) 1–2
12/3 W at Bemidji State 10–3
12/4 W at Bemidji State 4–1
12/9 T at Minnesota Duluth (1) 2–2 OT
12/10 W at Minnesota Duluth (1) 2–1
1/6 W at Wayne State 5–3
1/7 W at Wayne State 3–0
1/13 W at North Dakota 2–1 OT
1/14 W at North Dakota 4–0
1/20 W OHIO STATE 4–3 OT
1/22 W OHIO STATE 5–1
1/28 W BEMIDJI STATE 4–2
1/29 W BEMIDJI STATE 3–1
2/3 W at St. Cloud State 3–1
2/4 L at St. Cloud State 0–1
2/10 L MINNESOTA (5) 1–3
2/11 W MINNESOTA (5) 3–1
2/17 W MINNESOTA STATE 3–2
2/18 W MINNESOTA STATE 5–0
2/24 W at Ohio State 3–0
2/25 W at Ohio State 1–0
3/3 W NORTH DAKOTA 4–1
3/4 W NORTH DAKOTA 6–0
3/11 W vs. St. Cloud State 9–0
3/12 W vs. Minnesota (4) 4–1
3/18 W vs. Mercyhurst (7) 2–1 Double OT
3/24 W vs. St. Lawrence (3) 1–0
3/26 W vs Minnesota (4) 3–0

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Awards and honors[edit]

  • Sara Bauer, Patty Kazmaier Award winner
  • Sara Bauer, CoSIDA Academic All-District V
  • Sara Bauer, ESPN The Magazine At-Large Academic All-American of the Year
  • Sara Bauer, WCHA Player of the Year
  • Mark Johnson, AHCA Division I Coach of the Year
  • Mark Johnson, WCHA Coach of the Year
  • Bobbi Jo Slusar, AHCA All-Americans First Team
  • Bobbi Jo Slusar, Patty Kazmaier Award Top-10 Finalist
  • Bobbi Jo Slusar, WCHA Defensive Player of the Year

All-WCHA honors[edit]

  • Sara Bauer, First Team
  • Sharon Cole, Second Team
  • Meaghan Mikkelson, Second Team
  • Bobbi Jo Slusar, First Team

Team honors[edit]

  • Nicki Burish, W Club Community Service Award
  • Sara Bauer, Offensive Player of the Year
  • Sara Bauer, UW Athletic Board Scholars (letterwinners who have the highest cumulative grade point average in their respective sport)
  • Sharon Cole, Badger Award
  • Phoebe Monteleone Jeff Sauer Award
  • Bobbi Jo Slusar, Defensive Player of the Year
  • Jessie Vetter, Rookie of the Year

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Wisconsin 2007–08 Review and Records" (PDF). Wisconsin Badgers. Archived from the original (PDF) on 22 June 2011. Retrieved 11 June 2010.