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Lindenwood Lady Lions women's ice hockey
Current season
Lindenwood Lady Lions women's ice hockey athletic logo
University Lindenwood University
Conference CHA
Head coach Scott Spencer
2nd year, 19–45–6
Arena Lindenwood Ice Arena
Capacity: 1,000 (hockey)
Location St. Charles, Missouri
Colors Black and Gold
         
ACHA Tournament Champions
2006, 2008, 2009, 2010
ACHA Tournament Appearances
2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
Conference Tournament Champions
CCWHA: 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
Conference Regular Season Champions
CCWHA: 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011

The Lindenwood Lady Lions women's ice hockey team represents Lindenwood University located in St. Charles, Missouri. The Lady Lions currently participate in the NCAA Division I competition as a member of College Hockey America (CHA). The team played with no conference affiliation as an Independent program for its first season of NCAA competition.[1] During the 2011–12 season, Lindenwood was accepted into College Hockey America (CHA) beginning in the 2012–2013 season. Prior to 2011 the university was a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), because the organization does not sponsor women's ice hockey, the program competed in the American Collegiate Hockey Association at the ACHA DI level.

The university completed the process of transitioning to the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II for most athletics except for men's volleyball and women's ice hockey, which compete at the NCAA Division I level.[2][3] As part of the Lindenwood University athletic program's transition to the NCAA, the team was not eligible for NCAA post season play until becoming a full member in 2014.[4]

History[edit]

Early history[edit]

Lady Lions celebrate a goal against Robert Morris Univ.-Chicago. (2010)

Ice hockey at Lindenwood began in 2003, when men's and women's ice hockey were added as part of the ongoing university and athletic department expansion. The NAIA national ice hockey championship for men's hockey was discontinued in 1984, women's was never an NAIA sport Lindenwood fields teams in the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) along with a handful of other NAIA institutions and various club programs of NCAA institutions.[5]

The Lady Lions began competition in the ACHA for the 2003–04 season, the team went 17–3–3 in 23 games that season. Freshman Kathrine Hannah led the team with 25 goals and 36 assists for 61 points.[6] The team qualified for the ACHA Women's Division I National Championship tournament. LU lost 3–6 against the Wisconsin but recovered in the second pool play game beating Northern Michigan 3–2. The Lady Lions recovered with an overtime 5–4 win in the consolation round against West Los Angeles College and finished 5th in the nation.[7]

The 2004–2005 the team improved on the previous season's statistics with a record of 24–3–0. In addition the Lady Lions qualified for the 2005 ACHA Women's Division National Tournament. The team finished the season ranked 2nd in the nation and 1st in the West Region.[8] LU swept through the first rounds with a 2–1 win over the University of Massachusetts Amherst and 10- win over the University of Michigan before losing to the University of Colorado 3–4.[9]

The Lady Lions finished the 2005–06 season 29–3–0, the team swept through the Championship Tournament, hosted for the first time at Lindenwood that season.[10] LU picked up first round wins against Western Michigan University (8–1) and North Dakota State University (6–0). The team then faced off against the University of Colorado, in a rematch of the 2005 tournament. This time the Lady Lions came out on top winning 5–0 and picked up a 4–1 win in the semi-final round vs. Michigan State University. In front of a home crowd LU won their first ice hockey championship, 3–2 over Robert Morris University (Illinois).[11][12]

Despite having the highest number of losses in the history of the program during the 2006–07 season, a record of 27–6–1. The team played strong during the regular season, even during a rebuilding year, highlights of the season included a tough 6–10 loss to NCAA Division I Sacred Heart.[13] The team once again qualified for the ACHA Women's Division I National Championship and advanced to the Championship game again against Robert Morris University. This time the Lady Lions came up short to the Eagles with a 1–4 loss.[14][15]

The 2007–08 season marked the end of LU as an independent team in the ACHA, the Lady Lions joined the Central Collegiate Women's Hockey Association (CCWHA). Lindenwood won the CCWHA Regular season title that season going 10–0 in conference games. The team finished the season with a record of 36–3–0, the best in the program history to date. During the 08–07 season they went 6–1 against NCAA Division III opponents.[12][16] The only loss against NCAA teams 1–2 at St. Mary's University.[17]

LU advanced through the CCWHA and won the CCWHA Playoff Championship in their first season in the conference with a 4–0 shutout of Michigan.[18] The team advanced through the ACHA tournament to the championship game for the third straight season, and once again against Robert Morris. LU came out on top 2–1 over RMU and won the school's second ACHA Women's DI National Championship.[18][19] Senior Kat Hannah won the Zoey M. Harris Award given to the ACHA national player of the year. she recorded a team-high 87 points with 37 goals and 50 assists and had a +/- rating of +72.[20]

LU continued their winning tradition in the 2008–09 season, with a record of 32–3–3, 10–0–3 in the CCWHA and 2–2 vs NCAA Division III opponents. LU became the CCWHA regular season champions for the second straight season and won their second straight CCWHA playoff championship with an overtime win over Michigan State. The Lady Lions advance to the ACHA National Championship games with a 2-overtime win over University of Massachusetts and a 3-overtime win over University of Minnesota[21] and won the team's third ACHA Women's DI National Championship and second straight against Robert Morris. Following the season head coach Vince O'Mara was named the 2009 ACHA Division I Women's Coach of the Year.[22]

Rebecca Bernet, the 2010 Zoey M. Harris Award for ACHA national player of the year.

LU finished the 2009–10 season with the best record in program history, over previous record set the 2007–08 season. Lindenwood finished with an overall record of 43 wins, 2 losses, and 2 ties, including a loss and a tie against NCAA DIII teams. The Lady Lions went 12–0 in the CCWHA and stormed through the CCWHA playoffs, only allowing 2 goals in four playoff games.[23] The team won the fourth ACHA Women's Division I National Championship and third straight with a 2–0 shutout win over Michigan State University.[24][25] In addition to the third straight national championship for the Lady Lions, the men's program also won its second straight ACHA Men's Division I National Championship, marking the first time a school has repeated as back-to-back hockey champions in men's and women's at any collegiate level.[26] The university showcased it's hockey tradition also winning the 2010 NCRHA Division I Collegiate Roller Hockey National Championships.[27]

Move to NCAA[edit]

Lindenwood announced in July 2010 it would become a member of the NCAA, women's ice hockey as one of the sports included in the list moving to the NCAA. Because the NCAA does not sponsor ice hockey at the Division II level, it was announced the team would compete as a member of Division I.[1] The Lindenwood Lady Lions hockey team is the first and only NCAA women's hockey program in Missouri.[28] The 2010–11 season would be the Lady Lions last as members of the CCWHA and the ACHA DI as part of the team's transition to the NCAA. The Lady Lions concluded the 2010–11 regular season with a 29–2–2 record and .909 winning percentage. The season included a 12-game win streak from November 6, 2010 until January 22, 2011 and a 3–4 loss to UMass Amherst, the team's only regulation loss during the regular season.[29] Portion of the 12-game win streak include a 6-game shutout streak during which the Lady Lions outscored opponents 54–0.[29] The Lady Lions set a program record on January 29, 2011 when the team put up 30 goals against Northern Michigan,[30] surpassing a previous record of 16 goals against Penn State on March 8, 2007 and 17 goals against Western Michigan set earlier the same season on December 5, 2011.[29] The Lady Lions concluded the 2010–11 regular season with a 29–2–2 record and overall record of 33–3–2. The team won a fourth consecutive CCWHA title in a 3–0 win over Grand Valley State,[31] The Lady Lions advanced through pool play before falling 1–3 to rival Michigan State in the semifinal round, taking third place.[32]

In the July 2011, Lindenwood announced the 2011–12 schedule, the first of NCAA competition in program history. The schedule included 22 games against NCAA Division I competition, including an inaugural NCAA two-game series against the defending NCAA National Champion Wisconsin Badgers;[33] seven games against NCAA Division III; and five games against former ACHA Division I rivals Robert Morris (IL) and Grand Valley State[33] In September 2011, it was announced that Lindenwood officially submitted an application to join College Hockey America (CHA) for the 2012–2013 season.[34] Lindenwood was admitted into the conference on November 11, 2011 and will begin conference play starting in the 2012–13 season along with Penn State, bringing the CHA's membership to six members.[35] The team finished the 2011–12 season with a record of 8–21–0, not including 3–0–0 record in exhibition play. Although the team was winless in their four regulation games at home, the team finished the season on a six-game win streak that included the program's first win against a NCAA Division I opponent and first shutout of an NCAA Division I opponent with a 4–0 win over Sacred Heart on January 20, 2012.[36] Lindenwood earned its first series sweep in program history over a NCAA Division I opponent on January 21, 2012 with a 5–2 win against Sacred Heart.[37] The Lady Lions ended the game scoring a season-high nine goals and outshooting Saint Michael's 53–12 in the 9–1 win. Lindenwood finished the season on a season high six game win streak and won eight NCAA games overall. In addition Lindenwood swept its exhibition series against rival Robert Morris Illinois.[38] Lindenwood's exhibition series against Grand Valley State scheduled for February 17 and 18 was cancelled.[38] The team finished the season tied for first in the NCAA in shorthanded goals but also recorded the second most penalties. Special teams proved difficult in the program's first season in the NCAA, the Lady Lions were ranked 20th in power play percentage, converting on 21 of 140 power play opportunities. The team finished last, 35th, in penalty killing percentage, having 10 of 163 attempts.[39] Freshman forward, Alison Wickenheiser lead the team with 19 goals, 17 assists for 36 points in 29 games.[40] Wickenheiser lead the team in all three categories: goals, assists and points and finished the 30th ranked offensive player in the NCAA.[40] In goal, freshman Taylor Fairchild recorded a 5–18–0 record, playing 1,400 minutes in goal and stopping 984 shots.[40]

2012–13 Schedule & results[edit]

  •        Green background indicates regulation or overtime win.
  •        Red background indicates regulation or overtime loss.
  •        White background indicates tie or overtime tie.
# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance CHA Overall Notes
1* September 28 Lindenwood 0–4 Ohio State Knapp 395 0–0–0 0–1–0
2* September 29 Lindenwood 2–7 Ohio State Knapp 299 0–0–0 0–2–0
3* October 5 Wisconsin 7–2 Lindenwood Rigsby 203 0–0–0 0–3–0 The Texas Roadhouse Classic
4* October 6 Wisconsin 9–1 Lindenwood Rigsby 221 0–0–0 0–4–0 The Texas Roadhouse Classic
5* October 12 Lindenwood 0–3 Minnesota State-Mankato Butters 288 0–0–0 0–5–0
6* October 13 Lindenwood 1–4 Minnesota State-Mankato Butters 246 0–0–0 0–6–0
7 November 2 Mercyhurst 6–1 Lindenwood Ciampa 119 0–1–0 0–7–0
8 November 3 Mercyhurst 6–0 Lindenwood Ciampa 100 0–2–0 0–8–0
9* November 9 Lindenwood St. Cloud State 0–0–0 0–0–0
10* November 10 Lindenwood St. Cloud State 0–0–0 0–0–0
11 November 16 Penn State Lindenwood 0–0–0 0–0–0
12 November 17 Penn State Lindenwood 0–0–0 0–0–0
13* November 30 St. Cloud State Lindenwood 0–0–0 0–0–0
14* December 1 St. Cloud State Lindenwood 0–0–0 0–0–0
15 December 15 Lindenwood Rochester Institute of Technology 0–0–0 0–0–0
16 December 16 Lindenwood Rochester Institute of Technology 0–0–0 0–0–0
17* January 1 Lindenwood Minnesota State-Mankato 0–0–0 0–0–0
18* January 2 Lindenwood Minnesota State-Mankato 0–0–0 0–0–0
19* January 4 North Dakota Lindenwood 0–0–0 0–0–0
20* January 5 North Dakota Lindenwood 0–0–0 0–0–0
21 January 11 Robert Morris (PA) Lindenwood 0–0–0 0–0–0
22 January 12 Robert Morris (PA) Lindenwood 0–0–0 0–0–0
23 January 18 Syracuse Lindenwood 0–0–0 0–0–0
24 January 19 Syracuse Lindenwood 0–0–0 0–0–0
25 January 25 Lindenwood Mercyhurst 0–0–0 0–0–0
26 January 26 Lindenwood Mercyhurst 0–0–0 0–0–0
27 February 1 Lindenwood Rochester Institute of Technology 0–0–0 0–0–0
28 February 2 Lindenwood Rochester Institute of Technology 0–0–0 0–0–0
29 February 8 Lindenwood Penn State 0–0–0 0–0–0
30 February 9 Lindenwood Penn State 0–0–0 0–0–0
31 February 15 Robert Morris (PA) Lindenwood 0–0–0 0–0–0
32 February 16 Robert Morris (PA) Lindenwood 0–0–0 0–0–0
33 February 22 Lindenwood Syracuse 0–0–0 0–0–0
34 February 23 Lindenwood Syracuse 0–0–0 0–0–0
35 March 1–3 TBD TBD 0-0-0 0-0-0 CHA Quarterfinal
36 March 7 TBD TBD 0-0-0 0-0-0 CHA Semifinal
37 March 8 TBD TBD 0-0-0 0-0-0 CHA Championship

Notes:

  • Lindenwood is ineligible for NCAA post season play during NCAA reclassification process.
  • (EX) Denotes an exhibition game
  • * Denotes a non-conference game

Season by season results[edit]

Won Championship Lost Championship Conference Champions League Leader
Year Coach W L T Conference Conf.
W
Conf.
L
Conf.
T
Finish Conference Tournament NCAA Tournament
2015–16 Scott Spencer 9 24 4 CHA 5 11 4 5th CHA Lost Quarterfinals vs. Robert Morris (4–3, 1–3, 1–5) Did not qualify
2014–15 Scott Spencer 10 21 2 CHA 7 11 2 5th CHA Lost Quarterfinals vs. Penn State (0–1, 1–3) Did not qualify
2013–14 Vince O'Mara 5 26 3 CHA 5 13 2 5th CHA Lost Quarterfinals vs. Syracuse (1–4, 0–6) Not eligible*
2012–13 Vince O'Mara 7 26 3 CHA 7 10 3 5th CHA Lost Quarterfinals vs. Robert Morris (1–2 3OT, 0–2) Not eligible*
2011–12 Vince O'Mara 8 21 0 Independent Not eligible*
2010–11 Vince O'Mara 33 3 2 Third Place in ACHA Tournament
2009–10 Vince O'Mara 43 2 2 ACHA National Champion
2008–09 Vince O'Mara 32 3 3 ACHA National Champion
2007–08 Vince O'Mara 36 3 0 ACHA National Champion
2006–07 Vince O'Mara 27 6 1 ACHA National Runner-Up
2005–06 Vince O'Mara 29 3 0 ACHA National Champion
2004–05 Vince O'Mara 24 3 0 ACHA National Quarterfinal
2003–04 Vince O'Mara 17 3 3 Fifth Place in ACHA Tournament

* Note: From 2012–2014 LU not eligible for NCAA post season due to transition process from NAIA to NCAA.

Coach Vince O'Mara
Vince O'Mara behind the bench of the Lindenwood women's ice hockey team.

Coaches[edit]

Up until the 2014–2015 season, Vince O'Mara was the current, first, and only head coach of the Lady Lions women's ice hockey program. Prior to joining the NCAA, O'Mara is a 2-time ACHA Coach of the Year (2005–06,[41] 2009–10[42]). He has compiled a record of 241–26–11 over 8 seasons behind the bench of the Lady Lions and is currently 0–1–0 against NCAA Division I opponents, 9–4–1 against NCAA Division III opponents, and 231–21–10 against ACHA opponents. In 2010 O'Mara was named assistant coach on the 2011 United States University Women’s Select Team that competed at the 2011 Winter World University Games in Erzurum, Turkey.[43]

Following the 2013–2014 season, O'Mara's contract was not renewed owing largely to their 20–73–6 record in Division 1. Scott Spencer was hired to replace O'Mara. Spencer spent 2012–2014 with the Pursuit of Excellence Hockey Academy in Kelowna, BC after spending 2006–2011 as an assistant coach for Robert Morris and 2005 as an assistant coach at Ohio State.[44]

Players[edit]

Current roster[edit]

As of August 1, 2015[45]

# S/P/C Player Class Pos Height DoB Hometown Previous team
3 Missouri Weich, RachelRachel Weich Senior D 5' 5" (1.65 m) St. Charles, Mo. National Sports Academy
4 Texas Atkinson, CarrieCarrie Atkinson Junior D 5' 9" (1.75 m) Fort Worth, Texas Dallas Stars Elite
7 Minnesota Bobrowski, SarahSarah Bobrowski Sophomore F 5' 3" (1.6 m) Woodbury, Minn. Hill-Murray
8 Manitoba Lemoine, TirraTirra Lemoine Freshman F 5' 7" (1.7 m) St. Lazare, Manitoba Pursuit of Excellence
10 Minnesota Gunderson, EmilyEmily Gunderson Sophomore F 5' 7" (1.7 m) Dodge Center, Minn. Dodge County
12 British Columbia Larson, AllyAlly Larson Freshman D 5' 6" (1.68 m) West Vancouver, British Columbia Pursuit of Excellence
13 Michigan Otte, TaeTae Otte Sophomore D 5' 8" (1.73 m) Grand Rapids, Michigan Little Caesers
17 Colorado Jasper, SharaShara Jasper Senior F 5' 5" (1.65 m) Aurora, Colo. University of Minnesota Duluth
19 Pennsylvania Davidson, KaitlynKaitlyn Davidson Sophomore F 5' 9" (1.75 m) Mars, PA Team Pittsburgh
20 Minnesota Dietzler, HollyHolly Dietzler Junior F 5' 5" (1.65 m) Bloomington, Minn. Jefferson
21 Alberta Welsh, CorbinCorbin Welsh Freshman F 5' 7" (1.7 m) Grand Prairie, Alberta Pursuit of Excellence
22 Alberta Peden, BrookeBrooke Peden Senior D 5' 7" (1.7 m) Minburn, Alberta Edmonton Thunder
23 British Columbia Morris-Reade, ShannonShannon Morris-Reade Freshman F 5' 8" (1.73 m) Port Coquitlam, British Columbia West Coast Avalanche
24 Alaska Nokelby, KatieKatie Nokelby Junior D 5' 11" (1.8 m) Anchorage, Alaska Alaska All Stars
25 Minnesota Lang, XyliaXylia Lang Sophomore D 5' 7" (1.7 m) St Paul, Minn. Roseville
26 Saskatchewan Gillanders, BritanniaBritannia Gillanders Sophomore F 5' 10" (1.78 m) Kyle, Saskatchewan Warner
27 British Columbia Goodwin, CarlaCarla Goodwin Freshman F 5' 3" (1.6 m) Fort St. James, British Columbia Pursuit of Excellence
29 Colorado Hensley, NicoleNicole Hensley Senior G 5' 6" (1.68 m) Lakewood, Colo. Colorado Selects
30 Alberta DeBruyn, JoleneJolene DeBruyn Freshman G 5' 9" (1.75 m) Grande Prairie, Alberta St Fx Hockey Academy
31 Ontario McGall, SarahSarah McGall Junior G 5' 7" (1.7 m) Owen Sound, Ontario Ottawa Jr. Senators

Awards and honors[edit]

  • Amanda Blanc, 2010 ESPN the Magazine Academic All-American third-team for the women’s at-large category.[46]
  • Becca Bernet, 2010 Zoey M. Harris Award for ACHA national player of the year.[47]
  • Kat Hannah, 2008 Zoey M. Harris Award for ACHA national player of the year.[20]
  • Kat Hannah, 2006 ACHA Women's DI Most Valuable Player Award.[41]
  • Nicole Hensley, 2016 Set NCAA all-time saves record finishing the season with 4094 saves in her career.

College Hockey America[edit]

  • Nicole Hensley: Lindenwood, 2014–15 All-CHA First Team[48]
  • Shara Jasper: Lindenwood, 2014–15 All-CHA First Team

International play[edit]

In February 2016, Nicole Hensley was named one of three goaltenders to compete for the United States women's national ice hockey team at the 2016 IIHF Women's World Championship in Kamloops, BC.[49]

Championships[edit]

School records[edit]

The following are the Lindenwood school records. Statistics are accurate as of the 2009–10 season.[50][51][52]

Note: Italics indicate a player is still an active Lady Lion.

Individual records[edit]

Team records[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  32. ^ "Lindenwood Tops Rhode Island a Second Time to Place Third in ACHA National Tournament". Lindenwood University. March 14, 2011. Retrieved March 14, 2011. 
  33. ^ a b "Women's Hockey Opens 2011–12 Season Against Defending NCAA Division I Champions". Lindenwood University. July 6, 2011. 
  34. ^ Staff (September 14, 2011). "Lindenwood files application to join CHA". U.S. College Hockey Online. Retrieved September 14, 2011. 
  35. ^ Staff (November 11, 2011). "Lindenwood formally admitted into CHA". U.S. College Hockey Online. Retrieved November 11, 2011. 
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  42. ^ Staff. "2008–2009 Women's Division 1 Harrow Coach-of-the-Year". American Collegiate Hockey Association. Retrieved August 6, 2010. 
  43. ^ Staff (May 28, 2010). "2011 United States University Women’s Select Team Assistant Coach Named". American Collegiate Hockey Association. Retrieved August 6, 2010. 
  44. ^ USCHO Staff (May 28, 2010). "Spencer replaces O’Mara as Lindenwood coach". USCHO Staff Report. Retrieved July 3, 2014. 
  45. ^ Roster at lindenwoodlions.com
  46. ^ "Women's Ice Hockey Player Amanda Blanc Named an Academic All-American". Lindenwood University. June 10, 2010. Retrieved August 6, 2010. 
  47. ^ "2010 W1 Awards". American Collegiate Hockey Association. Retrieved August 6, 2010. 
  48. ^ http://www.chawomenshockey.com/news/2014-15_news/CHA_Regular_Season_Awards
  49. ^ "USWNT Roster Announced for 2016 Women's Worlds". USA Hockey. 2016-02-24. Retrieved 2016-03-01. 
  50. ^ "- Career History". lindenwoodlions.com. 
  51. ^ "- Single-Season History". lindenwoodlions.com. 
  52. ^ "- Single-Game Records". lindenwoodlions.com. 

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