2009–10 North Dakota Fighting Sioux women's ice hockey season

The 2009-10 North Dakota Fighting Sioux women's ice hockey season took place under head coach Brian Idalski.

2009–10 North Dakota Fighting Sioux women's ice hockey season
ConferenceWCHA
Rankings
USA Today/USA Hockey MagazineNot ranked
USCHO.com/CBS College SportsNot ranked
Record
Overall1-1-0
Road1-1-0
Coaches and Captains
Head CoachBrian Idalski
Assistant CoachesCourtney Drennen
Maria Lewis
Captain(s)Kelly Lewis
Alternate captain(s)Cassandra Flanagan, Stephanie Roy

Offseason

Exhibition

DateOpponentLocationTimeScore
Fri, Sep 25ManitobaGrand Forks, N.D.7:07 p.m.ND, 3-1[5]
Sat, Sep 26ManitobaGrand Forks, N.D.4:07 p.m.Man, 3-2[6]
Sat, Oct 10U.S. Olympic Team (Exhibition)at Warroad, Minn.7:00 p.m.USA, 11-1[7]
Sat, Nov 21Manitoba Maple LeafsGrand Forks, N.D.7:07 p.m.ND, 9-0[8]

Regular season

Players

  • Senior Cassandra Flanagan finished her Sioux career second all-time in games played (142).
  • Sara Dagenais led the Fighting Sioux in goals this season with 10.
  • Alyssa Wiebe, led the Sioux with 30 points (9 goals, 21 assists). Her 21 assists this season set a new program record for most assists in a single season.
  • Goalie Jordi Dagfinrud set single-season records in goals against average (2.39) and save percentage (.923).

Standings

{{2009–10 WCHA standings (women)|team =UND}}

Roster

NumberNamePositionHeightClass
2Loken, MaryF5-6Fr.
3Babchishin, JanetF5-6Jr.
5Perkins, HollyF5-3Fr.
6Parizek, AllisonF5-4Fr.
7Slavin, JordanD5-10Fr.
8Fellner, SusanneD5-3Sr.
12Holmes, AshleyD5-9So.
13Wiebe, AlyssaF5-7So.
15Gilbert, MeganF5-7Fr.
16Flanagan, CassandraD5-7 Sr.
17Moir, AlannaD5-6Fr.
18Lamoureux, JocelyneF5-6So.
19Miller, MargotF5-9So.
20Lewis, KellyD5-3Jr.
21Ketcher, KelseyF5-7So.
22Dagenais, SaraF5-6So.
25Williams, AlexF5-2Sr.
27Harren, JessicaF5-7Fr.
28Lamoureux, MoniqueF5-6So.
29Ney, StephanieG5-9So.
30Dagfinrud, JoridG5-6RFr.
32Molle, CandaceD5-5Fr.
33Kirkham, BrittanyG5-4 Sr.
39Roy, StephanieF5-4Jr.
91Furia, AshleyF5-6Fr.

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Schedule

DateOpponentLocationTimeScoreRecord
Fri, Oct 02Wisconsin*at Madison, Wis.7:07 p.m.Win, 2-0[12]1-0-0
Sat, Oct 03Wisconsin*at Madison, Wis.7:07 p.m.Loss, 3-0[13]1-1-0
Sat, Oct 17Minnesota State*Grand Forks, N.D.2:07 p.m.Loss, 2-41-2-0
Sun, Oct 18Minnesota State*Grand Forks, N.D.2:07 p.m.Tie, 1-11-2-1
Fri, Oct 23Minnesota Duluth*at Duluth, Minn.7:07 p.m.Loss, 1-41-3-1
Sat, Oct 24Minnesota Duluth*at Duluth, Minn.7:07 p.m.
Fri, Oct 30St. Cloud State*at St. Cloud, Minn.7:07 p.m.
Sat, Oct 31St. Cloud State*at St. Cloud, Minn.2:07 p.m.
Fri, Nov 06Ohio State*Grand Forks, N.D.7:07 p.m.
Sat, Nov 07Ohio State*Grand Forks, N.D.4:07 p.m.
Fri, Nov 27Maine (Olympic Rink)Grand Forks, N.D.2:07 p.m.5-5
Sat, Nov 28Maine (Olympic Rink)Grand Forks, N.D.2:07 p.m.3-3
Fri, Dec 04Bemidji State*at Bemidji, Minn.7:07 p.m.0-3
Sat, Dec 05Bemidji State*Grand Forks, N.D.7:07 p.m.2-3 (OT)
Sat, Dec 12Minnesota*Grand Forks, N.D.2:07 p.m.
Sun, Dec 13Minnesota*Grand Forks, N.D.2:07 p.m.
Fri, Jan 01Unionat Schenectady, N.Y.7:00 p.m.1-3
Sat, Jan 02Unionat Schenectady, N.Y.7:00 p.m.5-0
Fri, Jan 08Wisconsin*Fargo, N.D.7:37 p.m.3-1
Sat, Jan 09Wisconsin*Fargo, N.D.7:37 p.m.0-2
Fri, Jan 15St. Cloud State*Grand Forks, N.D.7:07 p.m.
Sat, Jan 16St. Cloud State*Grand Forks, N.D.4:07 p.m.
Sun, Jan 24Minnesota*at Minneapolis, Minn.7:07 p.m.
Mon, Jan 25Minnesota*at Minneapolis, Minn.4:07 p.m.
Sat, Jan 30Minnesota Duluth*Grand Forks, N.D.2:07 p.m.
Sun, Jan 31Minnesota Duluth*Grand Forks, N.D.2:07 p.m.
Fri, Feb 05Ohio State*at Columbus, Ohio7:07 p.m.
Sat, Feb 06Ohio State*at Columbus, Ohio4:07 p.m.
Fri, Feb 12Bemidji State *Grand Forks, N.D.7:07 p.m.2-0
Sat, Feb 13Bemidji State*at Bemidji, Minn.7:07 p.m.0-1
Fri, Feb 19Minnesota State*at Mankato, Minn.7:07 p.m.
Sat, Feb 20Minnesota State*at Mankato, Minn.3:07 p.m.
Fri, Feb 26 - Sun, Feb 28WCHA Playoffs -1st Roundat TBATBA

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Player stats

= Indicates team leader

Skaters

PlayerGamesGoalsAssistsPointsPoints/gamePIMGWGPPGSHG
Alyssa Wiebe34921300.882440101
Sara Dagenais34109190.558822210
Mary Loken3479160.470622120
Ashley Furia3468140.411822110
Holly Perkins2064100.500018120
Margot Miller3446100.294116021
Kelly Lewis3419100.294124110
Jordan Slavin343470.205932000
Candace Molle311670.225843000
Stephanie Roy203360.300010010
Megan Gilbert341560.17656000
Susanne Fellner343250.147114020
Ashley Holmes311450.161312000
Alex Williams293140.137917010
Kelsey Ketcher341230.088216100
Allison Parizek341120.058820000
Janet Babchishin111120.18180000
Cassandra Flanagan340220.058854000
Jessica Harren330110.03030000
Stephanie Ney140000.00000000
Jorid Dagfinrud220000.00000000
Brittany Kirkham50000.00000000
Alanna Moir110000.00002000

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Goaltenders

PlayerGames PlayedMinutesGoals AgainstWinsLossesTiesShutoutsSave %Goals Against Average
Ilana Friedman
Caitlin Whitlock
Kristen Olychuck

Postseason

DateLocationOpponentScoreNotes
Feb. 26Heritage CenterMinnesota Duluth2-6Emmanuelle Blais scores 4 goals[16]
Feb. 27Heritage CenterMinnesota Duluth1-3Bulldogs sweep series

International

  • April 7: Jordan Slavin was named to the 2010 U.S. Women's National Under-18 Team.[17]

Awards and honors

  • Sara Dagenais, All-WCHA Academic Team [18]
  • Jorid Dagfinrud, WCHA Defensive Player of the Week (Week of October 5)[19]
  • Jorid Dagfinrud, All-WCHA Academic Team
  • Cassandra Flanagan, All-WCHA Academic Team
  • Mary Loken, WCHA Rookie of the Week (Week of January 4)[20]
  • Margot Miller, All-WCHA Academic Team
  • Stephanie Roy, All-WCHA Academic Team
  • Alyssa Wiebe, All-WCHA Academic Team (To qualify for the All-WCHA Academic Team, student-athletes must have one year at the present college and a grade point average of at least 3.0 for the previous two semesters.)

References

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  2. "Women's hockey assistant coach Grant Kimball announces departure".
  3. "Sioux women's hockey program hires Drennen to 2009-10 staff".
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  5. "Women's hockey kicks off season with win over Manitoba".
  6. "Sioux split opening series with 3-2 loss".
  7. "U.S. National Team skates to 11-1 win over Sioux".
  8. "Women's hockey offense on fire in 9-0 exhibition victory". North Dakota Athletics. November 22, 2009. Retrieved 3 May 2010.
  9. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-11-07. Retrieved 2009-10-09.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
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  11. "W Hockey - Roster - North Dakota Athletics". undsports.com.
  12. "Sioux open regular season with 2-0 shutout over defending national champs".
  13. "Badgers return the favor, shutout Sioux for opening-series split".
  14. "W Hockey - Schedule - North Dakota Athletics". www.fightingsioux.com.
  15. "North Dakota Fighting Sioux Women's Hockey 2009-2010 Statistics: Overall". USCHO.com. Retrieved 5 August 2010.
  16. "Welcome to collegehockeystats.net". www.collegehockeystats.net.
  17. "Slavin named to 2010 U.S. Women's National Under-18 Team". North Dakota Athletics. April 7, 2010. Retrieved 3 May 2010.
  18. "Six named to All-WCHA Academic Team". North Dakota Athletics. April 3, 2010. Retrieved 3 May 2010.
  19. http://www.wcha.com/sports/w-hockey/spec-rel/100709aaa.html%5B%5D
  20. http://www.wcha.com/sports/w-hockey/spec-rel/010610aad.html. Retrieved 2010-01-30. Missing or empty |title= (help)
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