2012–13 Mercyhurst Lakers women's ice hockey season

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2012–13 Mercyhurst Lakers women's ice hockey season
Conference CHA
Record
Coaches and Captains
Head Coach Michael Sisti
Assistant Coaches Louis Goulet
Kelly Paton
Delaney Collins

The Mercyhurst Lakers women's hockey team will represent Mercyhurst College in the 2012–13 NCAA Division I women's ice hockey season. The Lakers will be coached by Michael Sisti and attempt to win the NCAA Frozen Four.

Offseason[edit]

Recruiting[edit]

Player Position Nationality Notes
Jaclyn Arbour  United States Forward Attended the National Sports Academy in Lake Placid, New York
Hannah Bale  Canada Forward Part of Team Ontario's Under-18 roster
Played for the Stoney Creek Junior Sabres
Jenna Dingeldein  Canada Forward Played for the Mississauga Jr. Chiefs and led the PWHL in scoring with 61 points in 2010-11
Julia DiTondo  United States Goaltender Played for Nichols prep and the Buffalo Bisons
Kathy Donohue  United States Forward Played for the North American Hockey Academy, had 51 points in junior year
Participatedwith Rochester Edge Under-14 team
Emily Janiga  United States Forward Played for Nichols School and Burlington Barracudas
PWHL scoring leader in 2011-12
MVP of the Chowder Cup
Lauren Kilroy  United States Defense From Cyrpess, California
Assistant captain for the North American Hockey Academy
J'nai Mahadeo  Canada Defense Participated at the Edge School in Calgary, Alberta
Maggie Rothgery  United States Forward Member of Ohio Flames Under-19 team
Two-time USA Hockey National Camp invitee

Transfers[edit]

Player Position Class Former school
Kaleigh Chippy Forward Junior Niagara
Jenna Hendrikx Forward Senior Niagara
Kelsey Welch Forward Senior Niagara

Exhibition[edit]

Date Opponent Arena Score Lakers goal scorers
Sep. 22 Stoney Creek Jr. Sabres (PWHL) Mercyhurst Ice Center
Jan. 4 Durham Lightning (PWHL) Mercyhurst Ice Center

Regular season[edit]

News and notes[edit]

Standings[edit]

Template:2012–13 College Hockey America standings (women)

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Location Score Record Lakers scorers
Sept. 28 RIT Tigers
Sept. 29 RIT Tigers
Oct. 5 Quinnipiac Bobcats
Oct. 6 Quinnipiac Bobcats
Oct. 12 Providence Mercyhurst Ice Center
Oct. 13 Providence Mercyhurst Ice Center
Oct. 19 Clarkson Mercyhurst Ice Center
Oct. 20 Clarkson Mercyhurst Ice Center
Oct. 26 Minnesota State-Mankato Mercyhurst Ice Center
Oct. 27 Minnesota State-Mankato Mercyhurst Ice Center
Nov. 2 Lindenwood St. Charles, Missouri
Nov. 3 Lindenwood St. Charles, Missouri
Nov. 16 Yale
Nov. 17 Yale
Nov. 30 Penn State Mercyhurst Ice Center
Dec. 1 Penn State Mercyhurst Ice Center
Dec. 7 Robert Morris
Dec. 8 Robert Morris
Jan. 11 Syracuse Mercyhurst Ice Center
Jan. 12 Syracuse Mercyhurst Ice Center
Jan. 18 Boston College
Jan. 19 Boston College
Jan. 25 Lindenwood Mercyhurst Ice Center
Jan. 26 Lindenwood Mercyhurst Ice Center
Jan. 29 Cornell Ithaca, NY
Feb .1 Penn State
Feb. 8 Robert Morris Mercyhurst Ice Center
Feb. 9 Robert Morris Mercyhurst Ice Center
Feb. 15 Syracuse
Feb. 16 Syracuse
Feb. 22 RIT Tigers Mercyhurst Ice Center
Feb. 23 RIT Tigers Mercyhurst Ice Center

Awards and honors[edit]

References[edit]