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St. Peter, Minn. – The Gustavus women’s hockey team held its annual post-season banquet last week in the Heritage Room of the Jackson Student Center. Senior goaltender Danielle Justice (Alexandria, Minn.) highlighted the events awards ceremony by being named the Andrea Peterson Most Valuable Player. The Most Valuable Player award is named after four-time AHCA [...]
Maddie Bergh works the puck off the boards in Saturday's NCAA third place game against Plattsburgh. Photo courtesy of http://www.facebook.com/HuthPhoto Rochester, N.Y. - After responding to a waved off goal in the first period, scoring three unanswered goals to take a 3-2 lead late in the third, and persevering through its second-straight overtime game, the [...]
“Testing the waters” may have best described the first period of play in Saturday’s NCAA Division III Women’s Hockey first round game in St. Peter, Minn. between Gustavus Adolphus College and the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. Neither team generated many scoring opportunities until the Falcons tallied the go-ahead goal with just :24 left in the frame. The Gusties came out with a renewed sense of urgency in the second, though, and scored three unanswered goals on their way to a 4-2 victory, while punching a ticket to the NCAA semifinals for the third-straight season.
Allie Schwab Named MIAC Women’s Hockey Player Of The Year, Three Other Gusties Awarded All-Conference
The accolades keep rolling in for the Gustavus women’s hockey team as four Gusties garnered MIAC All-Conference honors. Highlighting the conference’s post-season awards is senior forward Allie Schwab (Stillwater, Minn.) who was named MIAC Player-of-the-Year. Senior Mollie Carroll (Eagan, Minn.), sophomore Amanda Cartony (Stillwater, Minn.) and junior Lindsey Hjelm (North Oaks, Minn.) were also named All-Conference.
The Gustavus women’s hockey team capped its impressive 2011-12 regular season campaign with a 7-2 victory over Saint Benedict on Saturday afternoon in St. Cloud, Minn. The Gusties finish the regular season with a 21-2-2 overall record and 16-1-1 mark in the MIAC, while the Blazers end their season at 5-17-3 overall and 3-12-3 in league play.
The Gustavus women’s hockey team dropped its MIAC title-clinching magic number to one with a convincing 8-2 victory over Saint Mary’s in Winona, Minn. Friday night. Picking up two points in the conference standings with a 12-0-1 mark (17-1-2 overall), the Gusties are eight points ahead of the second place team with five games to go. A Gustavus win Saturday would secure its eighth consecutive (11th overall) conference title in the 14-year history of the league.
The Gustavus women’s hockey team earned a crucial sweep Saturday afternoon at Don Roberts Ice Rink, picking up four points in the MIAC standings with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Hamline. This weekend proved that more shots on goal doesn’t always equate to more goals as the Gusties outshot the Pipers 62-to-4 and 123-to-17 in the series, but came away with a pair of one-goal wins. With the sweep, Gustavus moves to 16-1-2 overall and 11-0-1 in the MIAC.
For the first time in seven games dating back to Dec. 6, 2011, the No. 4 Gustavus women’s hockey team found itself behind on the scoreboard Saturday afternoon in Moorhead, Minn. But that didn’t deter the Gusties as they battled back from a 3-1 deficit late in the third period and skated to a 3-3 tie with ninth-ranked Concordia.
In a battle of the top two MIAC women’s hockey teams, No. 4 Gustavus defeated No. 9 Concordia 4-1 Friday night in Moorhead, Minn. The Gusties remain the sole unbeaten team in Division III at 14-0-1 overall and 9-0-0 in the MIAC, while the Cobbers fall to 9-3-2 on the year and 5-2-2 in league play.
Saturday afternoon’s game at Don Roberts Ice Rink got off to a slow start, but the Gustavus women’s hockey team put together another impressive defensive performance en route to a 3-0 shutout victory over St. Catherine University. The Gusties, who are ranked No. 5 according to the latest USCHO.com poll, improve to 13-0-1 on the season and 8-0-0 in the MIAC, while the Wildcats fall to 7-5-2 overall and 3-3-2 in conference action.