2011–12 Syracuse Orange women's ice hockey season

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2011–12 Syracuse Orange women's ice hockey season
Conference 4 CHA
Home ice Tennity Ice Pavilion
Rankings
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Not ranked
USCHO.com/CBS College Sports Not ranked
Record
Overall 10–22–3
Coaches and Captains
Head Coach Paul Flanagan
Syracuse Orange women's ice hockey seasons
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The Syracuse Orange represent Syracuse University in College Hockey America. The Orange will attempt to qualify for the NCAA tournament for the first time in school history.

Offseason[edit]

Recruiting[edit]

Player Nationality Position Notes
Jordyn Burns  United States Defense In Burns four years with Benilde-St. Margaret's high school, the team had an overall record of 76–16–6
Shiann Darkangelo  United States Forward She won the gold medal at the 2011 International Ice Hockey Federation Women's World U18 Championships
Nicole Ferrara  United States Forward Ferrara recorded 46 goals and 44 assists in 79 games played throughout her career at the Rivers School
Kaillie Goodnough  United States Defense Goodnough recorded 39 goals, 78 assists and finished +100 during her career at National Sports Academy
Casey Hirsch  United States Forward She participated for Maple Grove high school, recording 94 goals and 86 assists in her career
Laurie Kingsbury  Canada Forward She represented Canada at the 2009 and 2010 IIHF World Women's Under-18 Championships[1]
She appeared on a hockey card in the Upper Deck 2010 World of Sports card series.[2]
She was a member of the 2010–11 Ligue de hockey féminin collégial AA All-Star team.
Julie Knerr  Canada Forward Knerr tallied 17 goals and 28 assists in 59 games played during her career at John Abbott College and played in the 2010 and 2011 CEGEP all-star game with Laurie Kingsbury
Allie LaCombe  United States Forward Her cousin Christina LaCombe is currently a member of the Orange. LaCombe was a semifinalist for the 2011 Minnesota Ms. Hockey Award

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Exhibition[edit]

East/West showcase[edit]

Date Opponent Time Location Result Notes
Fri Sept 30 St. Cloud State 4 pm Minneapolis, MN
Sat Oct 1 Minnesota 7 pm Minneapolis, MN

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Conference Overall
GP PTS W L T GF GA GP W L T GF GA
#6 Mercyhurst 6 9 4 1 1 24 16 24 18 5 1 118 47
Robert Morris* 6 7 3 2 1 9 9 24 14 8 2 73 44
Niagara 6 5 2 3 1 12 14 27 9 12 6 64 72
Syracuse 6 3 0 3 3 11 17 28 9 16 3 63 89
Wayne State 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Championship: Robert Morris
indicates conference regular season champion
* indicates conference tournament champion
National rankings:[1] Conference rankings:[2]
Updated February 2nd, 2012
  • Rankings based on number of points in the conference
  • Wayne State was scheduled to play in the 2011–12 season but the women's ice hockey program was dropped

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Time Result Record Conference Record
Fri, Oct 7 Northeastern University 3 p.m. Boston, Mass.
Sat, Oct 8 University of New Hampshire 5 p.m. Durham, N.H.
Fri, Oct 14 Clarkson University 7 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Sat, Oct 15 Clarkson University 3:30 p.m. Potsdam, N.Y.
Wed, Oct 19 Colgate University 7 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Fri, Oct 21 Union College 7 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Sat, Oct 22 Union College 4 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Fri, Oct 28 University of Connecticut 7 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Sat, Oct 29 Universityof Connecticut 4 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Tue, Nov 1 Cornell University 7 p.m. Ithaca, N.Y.
Fri, Nov 4 McGill University TBA Tennity Ice Pavilion
Fri, Nov 18 Ohio State University 7 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Sat, Nov 19 Ohio State University 4 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Fri, Nov 25 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 7 p.m. Troy, N.Y.
Sat, Nov 26 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 4 p.m. Troy, N.Y.
Fri, Dec 2 Lindenwood University 7 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Sat, Dec 3 Lindenwood University 2 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Fri, Dec 9 • Robert Morris University 3 p.m. Moon Township, Pa.
Sat, Dec 10 * Robert Morris University 2 p.m. Moon Township, Pa.
Mon, Jan 2 Colgate University 7 p.m. Hamilton, N.Y.
Fri, Jan 6 * Mercyhurst College 7 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Sat, Jan 7 * Mercyhurst College 2 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Tue, Jan 17 Cornell University 7 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Fri, Jan 20 * Niagara University 7 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Sat, Jan 21 * Niagara University 2 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Fri, Jan 27 Quinnipiac University 7 p.m. Hamden, Conn.
Sat, Jan 28 Quinnipiac University 4 p.m. Hamden, Conn.
Fri, Feb 3 * Robert Morris University 7 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Sat, Feb 4 * Robert Morris University 2 p.m. Tennity Ice Pavilion
Fri, Feb 10 * Mercyhurst College 7 p.m. Erie, Pa.
Sat, Feb 11 * Mercyhurst College 2 p.m. Erie, Pa.
Fri, Feb 24 * Niagara University 2 p.m. Niagara Falls, N.Y.
Sat, Feb 25 * Niagara University 2 p.m. Niagara Falls, N.Y.

Awards and honors[edit]

  • Kallie Billadeau, CHA Defensive Player of the Week (Week of October 31, 2011)[4]
  • Kallie Billadeau, CHA Defensive Player of the Week (Week of January 31, 2011)
  • Jenesica Drinkwater, CHA Defensive Player of the Week, (Week of February 27, 2012)[5]
  • Nicole Ferrara, Co-CHA Rookie of the Week (Week of December 5, 2011)[6]
  • Nicole Ferrara, CHA Rookie of the Week (Week of January 31, 2011)
  • Allie LaCombe, CHA Rookie of the Week (Week of October 24, 2011)[7]
  • Margot Scharfe, CHA Player of the Week (Week of January 31, 2011)[8]
  • Margot Scharfe, CHA Player of the Week, (Week of February 27, 2012)

References[edit]