2012–13 Minnesota–Duluth Bulldogs women's ice hockey season

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2012–13 Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs women's ice hockey season
Conference WCHA
Home ice Amsoil Arena
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Not ranked
USCHO.com/CBS College Sports Not ranked
Coaches and Captains
Head Coach Shannon Miller

The Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs represented the University of Minnesota-Duluth in WCHA women's ice hockey. The Bulldogs will attempt to win the NCAA tournament for the sixth time in school history.



Player Nationality Position Notes
Alivia Del Basso  Australia First player from Australia to play NCAA women’s ice hockey
Kayla Black  Canada Goaltender Played with Canadian National Under-18 team
Jordan Krause  Canada Defense Played with Canadian National Under-18 team
Hannah Bramm  United States Forward Attended North American Hockey Academy
Maria Delarbre  Germany Competed with the German Under-18 team
Aleksandra Vafina  Russia Member of Russian national women’s team
Sofia Carlstrom  Sweden Goaltender Participated with the Swedish Under-18 Team
Karissa Grapp  United States Goaltender Played for the Ohio Flames

Regular season[edit]


Date Opponent Result Record Conference Record

Conference record[edit]

Player stats[edit]


Number Player Position Height Former team
Alivia Del Basso Australian National Women’s Team
1 Kayla Black Goaltender Canadian National Under-18 Team
7 Emma Stauber Defense 5-7 PHM Mirage
9 Katie Wilson Forward 5-8 Balmoral Hall Blazers
10 Audrey Cournoyer Forward 5-3 Dawson College
14 Jordan Krause Defense 5-9 Canadian National Under-18 Team
16 Jamie Kenyon Forward 5-5 Madison Capitals
18 Hannah Bramm Forward 5-7 North American Hockey Academy
19 Jenna McParland Forward 5-9 Toronto Jr. Aeros
21 Vanessa Thibault Forward 5-3 John Abbott College
22 Maria Delarbre German Under-18 National Team
29 Aleksandra Vafina Forward Russian National Team
30 Sofia Carlstrom Goaltender Sweden Under-18 National Team
34 Karissa Grapp Goaltender Ohio Flames
44 Zoe Hickel Forward 5-6 North American Hockey Academy
49 Jessica Wong Defense 5-7 Canadian Under-18 National Team
51 Pernilla Winberg Forward 5-5 Swedish National Team
71 Shara Jasper Forward 5-4 Colorado Select
79 Dana Gallop Forward 5-7 Left
80 Tea Villia Defense 5-5
88 Brigette Lacquette Defense 5-6 Manitoba Bisons (CIS)
92 Brienna Gillanders Forward 5-9 Notre Dame Hounds

Awards and honors[edit]

  • Kayla Black, WCHA Defensive Player of the Week (Week of October 18, 2012)[1]