2010–11 Northeastern Huskies women's ice hockey season

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2010–11 Northeastern Huskies women's ice hockey season
RMU Hockey Showcase champions
Conference ECAC
Home ice Matthews Arena
Record
Coaches and Captains
Head Coach Linda Lundrigan and Lauren McAuliffe

Offseason[edit]

  • September 20: In the preseason Hockey East poll, the Huskies were ranked fifth.[1] Northeastern earned 34 points, one point behind fourth-place New Hampshire.

Recruiting[edit]

Player Position Nationality Notes
Maggie DiMasi Defense  United States She played hockey at prep school and was the captain of the Rice Knights. As a senior, she accumulated 38 points (21 goals and 17 assists). DiMasi also played three years with the Connecticut Polar Bears. She competed with the Polar Bears at the USA Under-16 National Championships in 2007 and 2008.[2] In both years, the Polar Bears finished second.
Katie MacSorley Forward  Canada She scored 40 points (25 goals, 15 assists) last season with the Cambridge Fury. She also played four years with the Stratford Aces and was team captain in 2006-07. She was team MVP in 2005 and 2007. She was an assistant captain in 2009 with Team Ontario and led the squad to a silver medal at the nationals.[3]
Claire Santostefano Forward  United States Played the last two years with the Chicago Mission. Took part in the USA Hockey development camp from 2006-09.[4] Santostefano attended New Trier High School and played varsity golf for four years. In addition, she played three years of varsity softball.
Sonia St. Martin Defense  Canada St. Martin played against Northeastern in 2009-10 with Dawson College on September 26, 2009. St. Martin played two seasons with the Dawson College Blues. Prior to Dawson College, she played three seasons with the Deux-Rives boys hockey club.[5]

Exhibition[edit]

Date NCAA school Opponent Score Huskies scorers
Sept. 26 Northeastern McGill 3-2 (OT), Northeastern[6] Katie McSorley
Lori Antflick
Kristi Kehoe (game winner)

News and notes[edit]

News and notes[edit]

  • In the opening weekend series, Katie MacSorley scored two straight goals in the season opener.[8] The goal gave the Huskies a 4-3 lead over Syracuse. MacSorley nearly had a hat trick in overtime. She finished the weekend with a plus-1 rating and 10 total shots.
  • October 16: Northeastern beat the Colonials by a 4-3 margin in the RMU Hockey Showcase at CONSOL Energy Center. It was the first RMU Hockey Showcase at CONSOL Energy Center.[9]
  • Oct. 24: Julia Marty's four-point performance was the first by a Huskies player since Chelsey Jones recorded five points against the Maine Black Bears on Dec. 3, 2006.
  • Week of November 1: Florence Schelling made 58 saves on the week for a .951 save percentage. She recorded 34 saves to record her first shutout of the season against Yale, 4-0. She made 24 saves in a loss to Boston College on Wednesday night at Matthews Arena.[10]
  • November 21: On November 21, 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.[11] It was also the first five-point game by a Husky since Chelsey Jones tallied five points against Maine on Dec. 3, 2006.
  • Dec . 1: 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.[12] 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.
  • December 7: Florence Schelling made a season-high 37 saves in a 3-0 loss versus Boston University.*Heading into the holiday break, every win except the 2-1 victory over Princeton on Oct. 22 has meant that a Husky rookie has recorded at least one point.
  • January 1: In the first game of the Easton Holiday Showcase, freshman Maggie Brennolt registered her first collegiate goal.[13] She also added an assist in a 7-2 loss to the No. 2 ranked Wisconsin Badgers. Florence Schelling recorded 29 saves in two periods of play but was replaced by Leah Sulyma. In the third, Sulyma made 12 saves.[14]
  • January 2: Dani Rylan scored her first Division 1 goal[15] as the Huskies broke a 1-1 tie with 3:36 remaining in the third period. The Huskies would hold on to the lead versus St. Cloud State and win by a 2-1 tally in their final game of the Easton Holiday Showcase. The win snapped a two-game losing streak.

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    • Rylan now has seven points and ensured that a newcomer has scored a point in all but one Husky victory of the season. It is the second-straight game in which a Huskies player scored a goal for the first time at the Division 1 level. Goaltender Florence Schelling recorded a season-high 39 saves, and recorded her 10th win of the season.[17]
  • January 3: Florence Schelling will compete for Switzerland in the 2011 MLP Cup, an under-22 tournament. She will compete from Jan. 4-8.[18]
  • March 5: Florence Schelling set a Hockey East tournament record with 44 saves, including a record 24 in the first period. The Huskies upset No. 1 seed Boston University by a 4-2 tally at Walter Brown Arena. Alyssa Wohlfeiler tallied two goals and Claire Santostefano potted the game-winning goal.[19]

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

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

Schedule[edit]

  • The Huskies will play the Robert Morris Colonials in the College Hockey Showcase at Consol Energy Centre on October 17.
  • From January 1 to 2, the Huskies competed in the Easton Holiday Showcase in St. Cloud, Minnesota.
  • The women's Beanpot will feature the Huskies from February 8 to the 15th.
Date Opponent Location Time Score Goal scorers Record Conference Record
Oct. 1 Syraucse Syracuse, NY 7 pm 4-4 Rachel Llanes, Lori Antflick, Katie McSorley (2)[20] 0-0-1 0-0-0
Oct. 2 Union Schenectady, NY 3 pm 3-2 (OT) 1-0-1 0-0-0
Oct. 9 Quinnipiac Hamden, Conn 3 pm 0-4 None 1-1-1 0-0-0
Oct. 16 Robert Morris Moon Township, PA 2 pm 6-4 2-1-1 0-0-0
Oct. 17 Robert Morris Pittsburgh, PA 12 pm 4-3 3-1-1 0-0-0
Oct. 22 Princeton Matthews Arena 4 pm 2-1 4-1-1 0-0-0
Oct. 24 RPI Matthews Arena 1 pm 5-1 5-1-1 0-0-0
Oct. 29 Vermont Matthews Arena 1 pm 1-1 5-1-2 0-0-1
Oct. 30 Vermont Matthews Arena 1 pm 4-1 6-1-2 1-0-1
Nov. 3 Boston College Matthews Arena 7 pm 1-3 6-2-2 1-1-1
Nov. 6 Yale Matthews Arena 2 pm 4-0 7-2-2 2-1-1
Nov. 11 Maine Orono, Maine 0-0 None 7-2-3 2-1-2
Nov. 12 Maine Orono, Maine 2-2 7-2-4 2-1-3
Nov. 20 Providence Providence, RI 1-4 7-3-4 2-2-3
Nov. 21 Providence Matthews Arena 5-1 8-3-4 3-2-3
Nov. 28 Brown Matthews Arena 2-1 9-3-4 3-2-3
Dec. 1 New Hampshire Durham, NH 4-0 10-3-4 4-2-3
Dec. 7 Boston University Boston, MA 0-3 None 10-4-4 4-3-3
Jan. 1 Wisconsin St. Cloud, Minnesota 2-7 10-5-4 4-3-3
Jan. 2 St. Cloud State St. Cloud University 2-1 11-5-4 4-3-3
Jan. 9 New Hampshire Durham, NH 4-2 12-5-4 5-3-3
Jan. 15 Maine Matthews Arena 3-2 13-5-4 6-3-3
Jan. 16 Boston College Matthews Arena 1-4 13-6-4 6-4-3
Jan. 22 New Hampshire Matthews Arena 3-4 (OT) 13-7-4 6-5-3
Jan. 23 Providence Kingston, MA 1-2 13-8-4 6-6-3
Jan. 28 Vermont Burlington, VT 2-1 (OT) 14-8-4 7-6-3
Jan. 30 Boston College Chestnut Hill, MA 1-2 14-9-4 7-7-3
Feb. 6 Connecticut Storrs, CT 2-2 14-9-5 7-7-4
Feb. 8 Harvard Chestnut Hill, MA 3-3 (SO loss) 14-9-6 7-7-4
Feb. 11 Boston University Boston, MA 3-4 14-10-6 7-8-4
Feb. 12 Boston University Matthews Arena 1-5 14-11-6 7-9-4
Feb. 15 Boston University Chestnut Hill, MA 3-3 14-11-7 7-9-5
Feb. 19 Connecticut Matthews Arena 2-4 14-12-7 7-10-5
Feb. 20 Connecticut Storrs, CT 1-1 14-12-8 7-10-6

Player stats[edit]

= Indicates team leader

Skaters[edit]

Player Games Goals Assists Points Points/game PIM GWG PPG SHG

Postseason[edit]

Hockey East tournament[edit]

Date Opponent Score Goal scorers Notes
March 5 Boston University 4-2[21] Alyssa Wohlfeiler (2), Julia Marty, Claire Santostefano Advance to championship game
March 6 Boston College

Awards and honors[edit]

  • Rachel Llanes, Runner-up: Hockey East, Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Month (October 2010)[22]
  • Katie MacSorley, Northeastern Student-Athlete of the week for Sept. 27-Oct. 3.[23]
  • Katie MacSorley, Runner-up: Hockey East, Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Month (October 2010)[24]
  • Katie MacSorley, Co-Hockey East Player of the Week (Week of November 22)
  • Casey Pickett, Hockey East Pure Hockey Player of the Week, (Week of February 28, 2011)[25]
  • Dani Rylan, Northeastern University Student Athlete of the Week (Week of January 3, 2011) [26]
  • Florence Schelling, Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week (Week of November 8)
  • Florence Schelling, Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week (Week of February 28)
  • Florence Schelling, Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week (Week of March 7)

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Postseason[edit]

  • Turfer Athletic Award: Northeastern University

All-Rookie team[edit]

  • F: Katie MacSorley, Northeastern

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Team awards[edit]

  • Alyssa Wohlfeiler, Team MVP
  • Maggie DiMasi, Rookie of the Year honors
  • Casey Pickett, Kathryn Waldo 7th Player Award
  • Autumn Prouty, Coaches Award
  • Siena Falino, Academic Award

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