Manitoba Bisons women's ice hockey

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Manitoba Bisons women's ice hockey
Manitoba Bisons women's ice hockey athletic logo
University University of Manitoba
Conference Canada West
Head coach Jon Rempel
9th year, 114–54–16
Captain(s) Amy Lee
Arena Wayne Fleming Arena at Max Bell Centre
Location Winnipeg, Manitoba
Colors Brown and Gold and White
                 

The Manitoba Bisons are an ice hockey team that represents the University of Manitoba. They compete in the Canada West Universities Athletic Association in the Canadian Interuniversity Sport athletic program. Home games are contested at the Wayne Fleming Arena (located at 109 Sidney Smith St) in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

History[edit]

On March 22, 2009, the Bisons challenged the Moncton Aigles Bleues women's ice hockey program in the bronze medal game of the 2009 CIS national women's ice hockey championship. Marieve Provost of Moncton scored the game-winner in a shootout with a 3-2 victory over Manitoba, as Moncton captured the Atlantic conference's first-ever medal at the CIS women's hockey championship.[1]

Year by year[edit]

3rd Place CIS Tournament Conference Champions Qualified for CIS Tournament
Year Record Head Coach GF GA
2000-01 7-5-0 33 30
2001-02 6-6-0 40 53
2002-03 4-13-3 49 75
2003-04 6-13-1 33 79
2004-05 7-11-2 Jon Rempel 41 66
2005-06 7-9-4 Jon Rempel 41 46
2006-07 15-9-0 Jon Rempel 62 48
2007-08 18-4-2 Jon Rempel 72 38
2008-09 21-2-1 Jon Rempel 97 38
2009-10 18-6-0 Jon Rempel 63 46
2010-11 16-5-3 Jon Rempel 75 36
2011-12 12-8-4 Jon Rempel 66 55
2012-13 10-12-6 Jon Rempel 63 79

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Awards and honors[edit]

CIS awards[edit]

Year Award Recipient
2009-10 CIS Rookie of the Year Caitlin MacDonald

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2009-10 CIS First Team All-Star Caitlin MacDonald

Canada West awards[edit]

Year Award Recipient
2007-08 Canada West Rookie of the Year Addie Miles[4]
2009-10 Canada West Marion Hilliard Award[5] Stacy Corfield
2009-10 Canada West Rookie of the Year[6] Caitlin MacDonald

Canada West All-Star selections[edit]

Year Player Team
1999-00 Pam Staples Canada West Second Team All-Star
1999-00 Trina Rathgeber Canada West Second Team All-Star
1999-00 Amber Rommelaere Canada West Second Team All-Star
2007-08 Stacy Corfield Canada West First Team All-Stars
2007-08 Breanna Leary Canada West First Team All-Stars
2007-08 Leanne Kisil Canada West Second Team All-Stars
2007-08 Chantal Larocque Canada West Second Team All-Stars
2009-10 Stacy Corfield Canada West First Team All-Stars
2009-10 Caitlin MacDonald Canada West First Team All-Stars[7]
2009-10 Addie Miles Canada West Second Team All-Stars
2010-11 Addie Miles Canada West Second Team All-Stars
2010-11 Tara Lacquette Canada West Second Team All-Stars[8]
2010-11 Caitlin MacDonald Canada West Second Team All-Stars
2011-12 Addie Miles Canada West Second Team All-Stars
2011-12 Nellie Minshull Canada West Second Team All-Stars

Team MVP[edit]

Year Recipient
1998-99 Pam Staples
1999-00 Amber Rommelaere
2000-01 Amber Rommelaere
2002-03 Sharla Cowling
2003-04 Kristin Nickel
2004-05 Kristin Nickel
2005-06 Leanne Kisil
2006-07 Stacey Corfield
2007-08 Stacey Corfield
2008-09 Stacey Corfield
2009-10 Stacey Corfield

International[edit]

Player Event Result
Caitlin MacDonald[9] 2010 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship Gold
Addie Miles[10] 2011 Winter Universiade Gold

References[edit]