2010-11 Women's Hockey Media Guide.pub by wulinqing


									                                                                                   Inside Elmira College
        Table of Contents                         Elmira College                         THE SCOOP ON
                                                   Information                          ELMIRA COLLEGE
Cover                           1
Inside Elmira College           2                                                     Elmira College is a four-year, private,
Sports Information              3                                                  co-educational, liberal arts college with an
                                                    One Park Place                 undergraduate enrollment of 1,200. The
2010-11 Season Outlook          4                   Elmira, New York 14901         college is located in the Finger Lakes Re-
Coaching Staff                  6                   (607) 735-1800                 gion of Upstate New York. The average
                                                                                   class size is 16, with a student to faculty
2010-11 Player Profiles         7               Founded:                           ratio of 12:1.
2010-11 Team Photo              17                  1855                              The College offers over thirty-five aca-
                                                                                   demic majors, including: education, busi-
2010-11 Team Roster             18              Enrollment:                        ness, psychology, biology, nursing, pre-
2010-11 Opponents Profile       19                  1,200                          medicine, pre-law, along with numerous
                                                                                   study abroad and internship programs.
2009-10 Season in Review        20              Colors:                               The College sponsors ten varsity
2009-10 Statistics              22                  Purple and Gold                women’s teams in soccer, field hockey,
                                                Nickname:                          volleyball, tennis, golf, basketball, cheer-
2009-10 Inside the Numbers      23                                                 leading, ice hockey, lacrosse and softball.
                                                    Soaring Eagles                    Men’s varsity teams compete in soccer,
Elmira in the ECAC West         24              Affiliation:                       golf, basketball, ice hockey, tennis and
EC Team Records                 25                  NCAA (Div. III), ECAC          lacrosse.
                                                                                      Complementing the varsity sport offer-
All-Time Stats                  26                  West, Empire 8, UVC            ings, are ten opportunities to participate
All-Americans                   27              President:                         in junior varsity sports.
Women’s Hockey Alumni           28                  Dr. Thomas K. Meier
Soaring Eagles Map              29              Vice President of Athletics and     EC Women’s Hockey at a Glance
Soaring Eagles in the Classroom 30              Health Services:
                                                    Pat Thompson ’75               First Season            2001-02 (NCAA)
Soaring Eagles in the Community 31                                                 Overall Record                   199-47-11
                                                Associate Director of Athletics:
Soaring Eagles in the Gym       32                  Jen Bozek
                                                                                   ECAC West Championships                   7
Murray Athletic Center          33                                                           ’02, ’03, ’04, ’05, ’08, ’09, ’10
                                                Director of Sports Information:    NCAA Appearances                          9
EC Administration               34                  Shannon Howley                      ’02, ’03, ’04, ’05, ’06, ’08, ’09, ’10
EC Sports Medicine              35              Sports Information Assistant:      NCAA Final Four Appearances               6
2010-11 Team Schedule           36                  Mike Johnson                                   ’02, ’03, ’05, ’08, ’09,’10
                                                Sports Information Assistant:      NCAA Championships                        2
                                                    Don Sherman                                                       ’02, ’03
                                                Head Athletics Trainer:
                                                    Dave Tomkalski, ATC
                  Credits                       Head Coach:
The 2010-11 women’s hockey media guide              Greg Fargo ’06
was researched, designed, written and edited by     (607) 735-1837
Mike Johnson and Don Sherman, Sports Infor-         gfargo@elmira.edu
mation Assistants. Cover photo designed by      Assistant Coach:
Don Sherman, Sports Information Assistant.          Shera Vis
Action photos taken by Maria Strinni-Gill of        (607) 735-1807
Strinni Studios.                                    svis@elmira.edu
                                                Elmira College Admissions:
                                                    (607) 735-1724
                                                Athletics Phone:
              Cover Photo                           (607) 735-1730
         Madison Johnston ’13                   Athletics Fax:
          Lauren Sullivan ’13                       (607) 735-1717
          and Alex Bresler ’12                  Website:                                      Alex Bresler ’12

2                            2010-11 Elmira College Women’s Ice Hockey
                                                                                       Sports Information
The 2010-2011 edition of the Soaring Eagles Ice Hockey
Media Guide is the primary information source for the me-
dia covering the Soaring Eagles this season. To request ad-
ditional information, contact Mike Johnson, EC Sports In-
formation Assistant at: (607) 735-1746.

Facility: The site of all Soaring Eagles home contests is the
Murray Athletic Center, located in Pine Valley, New York,
eight miles north of the Elmira College Campus on State                                Mike Johnson          Don Sherman
Route 14. The facility seats approximately 3,200 spectators     Shannon Howley       Sports Information    Sports Information
                                                                Director of Sports       Assistant              Assistant
as well providing a full service concession stand.

Parking: Free Parking is available at the Murray Athletic       Sports Information: The Sports Information Office is
                                                                located in the northeast wing of Emerson Hall on the
Center.                                                         Elmira College Campus.
Entrance: The main entrance to the Murray Athletic Center       Important Phone Numbers:
is located between the first two domes of the triple-domed      EC Athletics Office                   (607) 735-1730
complex.                                                        Ticket Information                    (607) 735-1730
                                                                Shannon Howley                        (607) 735-1976
Ticket Window: Media passes may be picked up at the             Mike Johnson                          (607) 735-1746
ticket window located immediately inside the main entrance      Don Sherman                           (607) 735-1708
of the Murray Athletic Center.                                  Athletics Office FAX                  (607) 735-1717
                                                                Sports Information FAX                (607) 735-1768
Time: Face-off for all regular season home games will be at     Important E-mail addresses:
7:00 pm (unless otherwise noted).                               EC Athletics                ecathletics@elmira.edu
                                                                Shannon Howley              showley@elmira.edu
Webcasting: All Elmira College Men’s and Women’s home           Mike Johnson                micjohnson@elmira.edu
Hockey games will be broadcasted live through our webcast-      Don Sherman                 dsherman@elmira.edu
ing provider FastHockey.com. FastHockey provides a live
webstream so you can follow EC Hockey every step of the         Elmira College Website: For up-to-date information
way, as well as archived home contests on demand for in-        about Elmira College Hockey, check the official web-
                                                                site of the Soaring Eagles at www.elmira.edu.
stant access.
                                                                ECAC Website: For up-to-date statistics and standings,
Photo Policy: Media photographers can work from either          check the ECAC West Hockey website at
side of the rink, but are exempt from the bench and locker      www.ecac.com.
room areas. Penalty box access must be approved by the
Director of Athletics.                                          USCHO Website: For up-to-date news on Division III
                                                                ice hockey, as well as box scores, statistics and stand-
Working Press: Press row seating is located directly behind     ings, visit the USCHO website at www.uscho.com.
the official scorers table on the south side of the facility.
Game programs and statistics will be provided to the media
prior to the contest. This is a working media area; no
guests permitted.

Press Services: Telephone and facsimile facilities are avail-
able to members of the press. The Media Room is located
off the main lobby of the Murray Athletic Center.

Post-game Media Interviews: Post-game interviews are ap-
propriate after a 10-minute cooling off period. The media is
asked to contact a member of the coaching staff before
speaking with a particular player.

Other Interviews: Any other media interviews should be
arranged through the Sports Information Office.

3                          2009 - 10 Elmira College Women’s Ice Hockey
                                                                           2010-11 Season Outlook
                                      The 2010-11 Elmira College Women’s Hockey team enters this season
                                      looking to continue the programs winning tradition. Third year Head
                                      Coach Greg Fargo ’06 will lead the team into the 2010-11 season. Last
                                      season the women proved to be a Division III powerhouse, knocking off
                                      some of the country’s toughest competition. Elmira College finished the
                                      season with a 24-5-1 overall record while achieving their 7th ECAC West
                                      Division Championship. The Soaring Eagles also reached their eighth
                                      NCAA Division III Women’s Ice Hockey Tournament in the program’s
                                      nine year history, making it to the NCAA Semifinals before falling to Nor-
wich University 3-2. The Soaring Eagles ended their season on a winning note by defeating Gustavus-Adolphus
College, 4-1, earning Elmira College NCAA Division III Women’s Ice Hockey Third Place honors.

Elmira College’s offense was 3rd in ECAC West at 4.83 goals per game in the 2009-10 season. On power-play op-
portunities, the Soaring Eagles were the best in the nation. The team was able to convert 154 power-play chances
into 46 goals, 29.9%, giving them the number one ranking in NCAA Division III Women’s Ice Hockey.

Forwards Alex Bresler ’12 (Golden, CO -- Colorado Selects), Caitlin Metcalf ’13 (Calgary, AB -- Edge School),
and Lindsay Mitchell ’12 (Arnold, MC -- NAHA) will be the main contributors for the Soaring Eagles offensive
attack. Bresler led the Soaring Eagles with 19 goals last season. Bresler also provided the offensive spark for the
Purple and Gold’s number one ranked power-play with 9 scores. Metcalf played in 28 games, scored 8 goals, and
logged 11 assists. Mitchell appeared in all 30 games and recorded 4 goals and 11 assists.

Madison Johnston ’13 (Toronto, ONT – Toronto Aeros, PWHL) and KathrynWalker ’12 (Edmonds, WA –
Colorado Selects), who both played in all 30 games last season, will lead the Purple and Gold’s defense. Johnston
ranked 4th in the ECAC West in defensive scoring with 20 total points, 6 goals, and 14 assists last season. Walker
scored one goal and had 7 assists to total 8 points last season. Mary-Kate Gellerman ’13 (Frederick, MD – Ur-
bana) will also add to the Soaring Eagles defensive line as she looks to improve upon her 2009-10 season.

Lone fourth year player Amanda Ritzel ’11 (Spencerport, NY – Toronto Rattlers) will be looked to for her leader-
ship and consistent play this season.

Forwards Amber Tirri ’13 (Ringwood, NJ -- Wycoming Seminary) and Alex McPhail ’12 (Oakville, ONT – To-
ronto Aeros) will look to improve upon their play from the 2009-10 season. Last year they appeared in 28 and 29
games respectively and combined for 5 goals, 4 assists for 9 total points.

Second year goalies Lauren Sullivan ’13 (Toronto, ONT – Birchmont Park Collegiate Institute), Laura Proietto
’13 (Woodbridge, ONT – Etobicoke Dolphins Midget AA), and Samantha Maguire ’13 (Findlay, OH – Findlay)
will protect the net this year. Leading the group this sea-
son will be Sullivan who earned 2009-10 ECAC West All-
Rookie team honors. In 20 games played, Sullivan posted
a 15-3-1 record and 4 shutouts. Sullivan’s save percentage,
.945, and goals against average 1.23, both ranked number
one in the ECAC West among goalies. Maguire will look
to improve upon her 10 games played and 8-2-0 record.

The Soaring Eagles welcome eleven newcomers to the ice
this season. The players will look to make an impact dur-
ing the 2010-11 season as the team strives for another
birth in the NCAA Tournament.

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                                                         2010-11 Soaring Eagles’ Coaching Staff
                        Greg Fargo ’06
                        Head Coach
                        Greg Fargo ’06 enters his third season as Head Women’s Ice Hockey and Golf Coach at Elmira Col-

                        Following his graduation from EC, Fargo served on the Men’s Ice Hockey coaching staff at Canisius
                        College in Buffalo, NY since 2006. His many responsibilities with the Golden Griffins included the
                        planning and implementing of game and practice plans, as well as scouting, video analysis, community
                        outreach, and recruiting.

                      In his two seasons with the program, one of his key focus areas was working with the goaltenders,
which yielded a combined seven Atlantic Hockey Association (AHA) Goaltender of the Week honors for the Griffins.

Off the ice, Fargo also contributed greatly to his player’s success in the classroom, helping the team’s overall grade point aver-
age increase from a 2.99 to a 3.14 in just his first season with the team.

As a player for the Soaring Eagles, from 2002-2006, Fargo had one of the most prolific careers between the pipes ever. In his
tenure at Elmira, Fargo helped the Purple and Gold earn two appearances in the ECAC West Championship finals and the
NCAA Division III Frozen Four.

To date, Fargo still holds the all-time career saves and minutes played record at Elmira recording a combined 2,565 saves in
5,123 minutes played in his four seasons. His 2005-06 save percentage of .926 is still the all-time best at EC, while his goals
against average in that same season ranks him second in the programs 34 year history.

In addition to competing as a standout goaltender, Fargo was a member of the Men’s Golf team.

Fargo received his Masters of Science in Physical Education with a Concentration in Coaching at Canisius, and holds a Bache-
lors of Science degree in Adolescence Education and Social Studies from EC. Along with his coaching responsibilities, Fargo
will be responsible for teaching Physical Education courses.

                       Shera Vis
                       Assistant Varsity and Head Junior Varsity Coach

                       Shera Vis is entering her second year at Elmira College as the Assistant Women’s Hockey Coach and
                       Head JV Women’s Hockey Coach.

                    Before joining Elmira College, Vis was a four year letter winner at Division I Minnesota State Univer-
                    sity, Mankato in the WCHA Conference. She earned a B.S. degree in Physical Education Teaching.
                    During her collegiate career, Vis was named team captain during her final season and was also awarded
                    the Most Improved Player Award. Along with these accolades she also received the Tiffany Searles
                    Award (all around student athlete), the Daniel L. Mundahl Community Service Award, and the Maver-
ick Achievement Award (possessing a GPA of 3.5 or higher).

Shera has served as Mankato East High School Assistant Girl’s Hockey Coach during 2008-2009, and served as M.A.H.A.
U10 Assistant Girl’s Hockey Coach during 2007-2008. Vis has also obtained experience serving as the Northern Hawks AAA
Assistant Girl’s Hockey Coach, where she was responsible for the evaluation of players at tryouts, execution of practices, estab-
lishment of systematic on-ice play, and coordinating on and off ice strength and conditioning training.

Vis also has experience as a Physical Education Teacher, Substitute Teacher, and has worked for M.A.H.A hockey camps and
Rick St. Croix Goalie School. She is also working towards earning a Master’s Degree at Elmira.

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                                                                                        2010-11 Player Profiles
                                                                                                             Alex Bresler ’12
                                                                                                             By The Numbers

                                                                                                Year      GP        G        A     P     PM
                                                                                                08-09     28        4        9     13    18
                                                                                                09-10     29        19       8     27    8
                                                                                                Total     57        23       17    40    26

                                                                                                      Career Game High Superlatives
                                                                                                Goals: 3, Feb. 5, 2010 vs. Buffalo St.
                                                                                                Assists: 2, Four times
                                                                                                Points: 3, Feb. 5, 2010 vs. Buffalo St.

#18 Alexandra Bresler ’12
Forward      5’5”
Golden, CO
2009-10 Season: Appeared in 29 games tallying 27 points on 19 goals and 8 assists (team high). Lead the team with 9 power
play goals and tallied 21 points in ECAC Conference play, 16 goals and 5 assists. She was named ECAC Women’s West
Player of the Week on January 11th 2010 and was selected for the ECAC West All Academic team. 2008-09 Season: Ap-
peared in 28 games. Tallied up 4 goals and 9 assists for 13 total points. Scored a shorthanded goal in a 3-2 win over SUNY
Potsdam on Jan. 23rd. Previous Team: Colorado Selects. Personal: Is majoring in Speech and Hearing.

Coach’s Take: “Alex’s determination is through the roof and it is because of her desire and relentless work ethic that she is
one of our leaders. Last summer, we saw impressive gains off the ice in Alex’s strength and conditioning which paid off as she
led our team in goals last season and was one of our top special team performers. We are looking for Alex to continue in this
direction and have another great season while leading our team on and off the ice.”

                                                                                                             Alex McPhail ’12
                                                                                                             By The Numbers

                                                                                              Year      GP      G        A        P     PM
                                                                                              08-09     30      2        5        7     6
                                                                                              09-10     29      1        2        3     0
                                                                                              Total     59      3        7        10    6

                                                                                                     Career Game High Superlatives
                                                                                              Goals: 1, Three times
                                                                                              Assists: 2, Feb. 22, 2009 vs. SUNY Cortland
                                                                                              Points: 2, Twice

#19 Alexandra McPhail ’12
Forward      5’3”
Oakville, ONT

2009-10 Season: Appeared in 29 games in her second season with the Soaring Eagles, recording 1 goal and 2 assists in ECAC
West Conference play. 2008-09 Season: Played in all 30 games for EC in her inaugural season. She score 2 goals and had 5
assists for 7 total points. She scored the game winning goal in a 4-1 win over Buffalo State on Nov. 8th which helped her be
named the ECAC West Rookie of the Week for the week ending Nov. 11th. Previous Team: Toronto Aeros. Personal:
Alex is a Mark Twain Honor Scholar and a Psychology major.

Coach’s Take: “Alex McPhail is an incredible ambassador for the Elmira College Women’s Hockey program. This is Alex’s
first season as a team captain and this will be a role that she will flourish in. She is the ultimate team player who is always will-
ing to listen to the concerns of the team and her teammates. Coming off surgery this summer, we are looking for Alex to make
steady improvements and have her best season to date.”

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                                                                                        2010-11 Player Profiles
                                                                                                           Lindsay Mitchell ’12
                                                                                                            By The Numbers

                                                                                               Year     GP      G    A     P      PM
                                                                                               08-09    30      8    10    18     8
                                                                                               09-10    30      4    11    15     4
                                                                                               Total    60      12   21    33      12

                                                                                                     Career Game High Superlatives
                                                                                               Goals: 2, Jan. 24, 2009 at SUNY Potsdam
                                                                                               Assists: 2, Four times
                                                                                               Points: 2, Twelve times

#24 Lindsay Mitchell ’12
Forward      5’7”
Arnold, MD

2009-10 Season: Appeared in all 30 games in her second season with the Soaring Eagles and recorded 4 goals and 11 assists
for a total of 15 points. She was named part of the ECAC West All Academic team selection. 2008-09 Season: Played in all 30
games for the Purple and Gold in her rookie campaign. She totaled up 18 points on 8 goals and 10 assists. Scored the game
winning goal in a 5-1 win over Neumann College on Jan. 30th. Previous Team: North American Hockey Academy. Per-
sonal: Lindsay is a Presidential Scholar and a Business major.

Coach’s Take: “Lindsay arrived on campus this year extremely determined to take the next step in her game. Through her
superior skills and outstanding work ethic on the ice, her leadership abilities are invaluable to her teammates. With an added
self belief and a can do approach, Lindsay will have outbreak season. ”

                                                                                                               Caitlin Metcalf
                                                                                                              By The Numbers

                                                                                                   Year       GP     G    A       P     PM
                                                                                                   09-10      28     8    11      19    10
                                                                                                   Total      28     8    11      19    10

                                                                                                      Career Game High Superlatives
                                                                                                   Goals: 2, Nov. 24, 2009 vs. Hamilton
                                                                                                   Assists: 3, Jan. 3, 2010 vs. Middlebury
                                                                                                   Points: 3, Jan. 3, 2010 vs. Middlebury

#23 Caitlin Metcalf ’13
Forward       5’8”
Calgary, AB

2009-10 Season: Appeared in 28 games contributing 8 goals and 11 assists. Finished her Rookie season tied for fifth in Rookie
scoring for ECAC West at .68 points per game. Previous Team: Edge Mountaineers, JWHL. Personal: Caitlin is an Educa-
tion Major.

Coach’s Take: “Caitlin is coming off a tremendous first year campaign. Last year, she established herself as one of our most
reliable players with consistent two way play. With her abilities at both ends of the rink, Caitlin will play various roles for us
again this year. She is an extremely focused individual and thanks to her work ethic, skills, and hockey sense, the sky is the
limit for her. ”

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                                                                                      2010-11 Player Profiles
                                                                                                        Amanda Ritzel ’11
                                                                                                        By The Numbers

                                                                                                Year    GP     G    A    P    PM
                                                                                                07-08   30     4    9    13   24
                                                                                                08-09   24     1    2    3    26
                                                                                                09-10   27     0    5    5    6
                                                                                                Total   81     5    16   21   56

                                                                                                   Career Game High Superlatives
                                                                                                Goals: 1, Five times
                                                                                                Assists: 2, Three times
                                                                                                Points: 2, Three times

#8 Amanda Ritzel ’11
Defense       5’9”
Spencerport, NY

2009-10 Season: Took the ice in 27 contests recording 5 assists from her defensive position helping Elmira College rank 6th
in the Nation in scoring defense and was rewarded ECAC West All Academic selection. 2008-09 Season: Appeared in 24
games for Elmira . She had 3 points on the season on 1 goal and 2 assists. Scored her only goal against Plattsburgh (1-11-09).
Was named to the ECAC West All-Academic Team. 2007-08 Season: Appeared in 30 games in her inaugural season with the
Purple and Gold … Notched 13 points on 4 goals and 9 assists in her first season as a Soaring Eagle ...Twice tallied two assists
in wins over Chatham University and Utica College. Previous team: Played for the Toronto Rattlers. Personal: Amanda is a
Presidential Scholar Award Recipient and a Business Administration major.

Coach’s Take: ““Ritz” has shown a lot of positives early in her final season. Amanda’s approach and leadership will help her
teammates understand what being an Elmira College Soaring Eagle is all about. Our coaching staff is looking for Amanda to
cap off her Purple and Gold career with her best season to date.”

                                                                                                        Kathryn Walker ’12
                                                                                                         By The Numbers

                                                                                                Year    GP     G    A    P    PM
                                                                                                08-09   26     5    10   15   16
                                                                                                09-10   30     1    7    8    10
                                                                                                Total   56     6    17   23   26

                                                                                                   Career Game High Superlatives
                                                                                                Goals: 1, Six times
                                                                                                Assists: 1, Fifteen times
                                                                                                Points: 2, Twice

#7 Kathryn Walker ’12
Defense     5’4”
W. Edmonds, WA

2009-10 Season: Appeared in all 30 games with the Soaring Eagles, tallying 1 goal and 7 assists from her defensive position
helping Elmira College rank 6th in Nation in scoring defense. Was awarded ECAC West All Academic team honors. 2008-09
Season: Played in 26 games for EC. Totaled 15 points on 5 goals and 10 assists. Scored a goal and an assist in the DIII Na-
tional Championship game against Amherst (3-21-09). Previous Team: Colorado Selects. Personal: Katy is a Presidential
Scholar recipient and a Mathematics major.

Coach’s Take: “Katy is a cornerstone of our defensive unit. She has plenty of experience through playing significant minutes
in key situations and games in her first tow seasons. As a coaching staff, we are looking for Katy to use those experiences to
elevate her play and lead our young defensive core this season. ”

8                            2009-10 Elmira College Women’s Ice Hockey
                                                                                   2005-06 Player Profiles
                                                                                                       Mary-Kate Gellerman ’13
                                                                                                          By The Numbers

                                                                                               Year       GP     G     A     P     PM
                                                                                               09-10      5      0     1     1     6
                                                                                               Total      5      0     1     1     6

                                                                                                  Career Game High Superlatives
                                                                                               Assists: 1, Jan. 24, 2010 vs. Potsdam
                                                                                               Points: 1, Jan. 24, 2010 vs. Potsdam

#15 Mary-Kate Gellerman ’13
Defense      5’7”
Frederick, MD

2009-10 Season: Appeared in 5 contests, recording 1 assist for her rookie season with the Soaring Eagles. Previous Team:
Washington Pride, JWHL. Personal: Mary-Kate is a Nursing Major and a Founders Scholar.

Coach’s Take: “MK is a strong defenseman that has shown tremendous improvement over the past year. Her desire and ef-
forts have been outstanding and we are looking for her to make an impact this season. With a season under her belt and more
comfort in games and our systems, we are looking for MK make strides this season. ”

                                                                                                        Madison Johnston ’13
                                                                                                         By The Numbers

                                                                                               Year       GP     G     A     P     PM
                                                                                               09-10      30     6     14    20    22
                                                                                               Total      30     6     14    20    22

                                                                                                  Career Game High Superlatives
                                                                                               Goals: 2, Jan. 23, 2010 vs. Potsdam
                                                                                               Assists: 3, Feb. 5, 2010 vs. Buffalo St.
                                                                                               Points: 3, Feb. 5, 2010 vs. Buffalo St.

#16 Madison Johnston ’13
Defense      5’4”
Toronto, ONT

2009-10 Season: Appeared in all 30 games tallying 20 points on 6 goals and 14 assists. She was named Rookie of the Week
twice for her conference play and was selected for ECAC Women’s West All Rookie Conference team. Finished 4th in the
conference for defensive scoring and scored .67 points per game. Previous Team: Toronto Aeros, PWHL. Personal: Madi-
son is a Founders scholar.

Coach’s Take: ““Johnnie” had an outstanding first year with our program. She scored several key goals for us last year includ-
ing the game-winning overtime goal in the ECAC-West Semi-finals against RIT. Madison’s skills and hockey knowledge are
outstanding. She will be relied heavily upon again this year to anchor our team’s defensive unit. We are hoping “Johnnie” will
elevate her game even more and push herself in order to tap into her full potential. ”

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                                                                                     2010-11 Player Profiles
                                                                                                       Samantha Maguire ’13
                                                                                                         By The Numbers

                                                                                               Year     GP      MIN     Record
                                                                                               09-10    10      580     8-2-0
                                                                                               Total    10      580     8-2-0

                                                                                                   Career Game High Superlatives
                                                                                               Shots Faced: 36, Nov. 22, 2009 vs.
                                                                                               Saves: 22, Nov. 22, 2009 vs. Platts-

#1 Samantha Maguire ’13
Goaltender 5’5”
Findlay, OH

2009-10 Season: Appeared in 10 contests, recording 580 miniutes in net, 193 saves and only allowing 18 goals. Possessed 8-2-0
overall record and a .915 save percentage. Previous Team: Ohio Flames. Personal: Samantha is a Business major with a mi-
nor in Sports Management. She is also a Founders scholar.

Coach’s Take: “Sam is a second year goaltender that saw quality time last season as a freshman. When Sam is playing her
best, she is playing at the top of her crease, is confident, and does not allow many rebounds. We hope Sam will put the work
into her game everyday and make a push for time in the net this season.”

                                                                                                         Laura Proietto ’13
                                                                                                         By The Numbers

                                                                                               Year      GP     MIN      Record
                                                                                               09-10     1      60       1-0-0
                                                                                               Total     1      60       1-0-0

                                                                                                  Career Game High Superlatives
                                                                                               Shots Faced: 17, Jan. 24, 2010 vs.
                                                                                               Saves: 17, Jan. 24, 2010 vs. Potsdam

#29 Laura Proietto ’13
Goaltender 5’4”
Woodbridge, ONT

2009-10 Season: Appeared in 1 game her rookie season for the Soaring Eagles, stopping 17 shots she faced. Previous Team:
Etobicoke Dolphins, PWHL. Personal: Laura is an Art Major and a Mark Twain Scholar.

Coach’s Take: “Laura is another one of our young goaltenders that will battle for ice time this season. Laura seems to have
come into this season with a good outlook and will need to work for her opportunities between the pipes this season.”

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                                                                                     2005-06 Player Profiles
                                                                                                          Lauren Sullivan ’13
                                                                                                           By The Numbers

                                                                                                 Year     GP     MIN        Record
                                                                                                 09-10    20     1171       15-3-1
                                                                                                 Total    20     1171       15-3-1

                                                                                                    Career Game High Superlatives
                                                                                                 Shots Faced: 35, Mar. 19, 2010 vs.
                                                                                                 Saves: 32, Mar. 19, 2010 vs. Norwich

#61 Lauren Sullivan ’13
Goaltender 5’7”
Toronto, ONT

2009-10 Season: Appeared in goal for 20 games with the Soaring Eagles, recording 1170 minutes in net. Making 412 saves
allowing only 24 goals for a .945 save percentage and 1.23 goals against average. Holding a 5-3-1 in her rookie season. She was
named ECAC West Goalie of the Week three times and All Rookie West Conference selection. Previous Team: Markham-
Stouffville Stars, PWHL. Personal: Lauren is a Biology and Chemistry double major. She is also a Presidential Scholar.

Coach’s Take: “Lauren led the charge with our young goaltenders last year as her play elevated as the season wore on. There
is no secret to her success as she is one of our most consistent workers day-in and day-out. She is athletic and confident and if
she wants to be a premier goaltender in Division III, she will need to replicate that same drive and work ethic which led her to
a taste of success as a freshman. ”

                                                                                                           Amber Tirri ’13
                                                                                                           By The Numbers

                                                                                                 Year     GP     G      A     P      PM
                                                                                                 09-10    28     4      2     6      20
                                                                                                 Total    28     4      2     6      20

                                                                                                    Career Game High Superlatives
                                                                                                 Goals: 1, Four times
                                                                                                 Assists: 1, Twice times
                                                                                                 Points: 1, Six times

#14 Amber Tirri ’13
Forward      5’1”
Ringwood, NJ

2009-10 Season: Played in 28 games in her rookie season, scoring 4 goals and 2 assists for the Soaring Eagles. Scored in the
Division III Championship Third Place game vs. Gustavus. Previous Team: Wyoming Seminary Blue Knights, NAPHA.
Personal: Amber is a Mark Twain scholar.

Coach’s Take: “Amber is a tenacious player with great speed and the ability to contribute offensively. Coming into her second
season, Amber has shown more confidence already. We believe that Amber will have the breakout season that she has worked
for. ”

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                                                                      2005-06 Player Profiles

       2010-11 Elmira College Newcomers
      #12 Lauren Campbell ’12
      Forward      5’8”
      Erie, PA
      Coach’s Take: “Lauren comes to us from Chatham University this season and will finish off her final two
      years as a Soaring Eagle. Last year, she had plenty of success offensively and we will look for Lauren to pick
      up where she left off and make the most of her new surroundings. We believe that Lauren has the ability to
      make an immediate impact in our lineup as we believe she has the potential to jump right in and be a top
      player in our league. ”

      #9 Samantha Curk ’13
      Forward      5’7”
      Dorchester, ONT
      Coach’s Take: “Sam joins our team after spending last season at Niagara University. With a year of college
      hockey experience and her hockey ability, we believe Sam can transition well to EC hockey. She is a skilled
      forward and smooth skater and has been an impact type player in an elite junior league. We are looking for
      Sam to regain her top form with the opportunities presented to her at Elmira. She will need to establish a
      consistent work ethic and compete level to become game ready. We believe that she has a great deal of poten-
      tial that has yet to be tapped.”

      #5 Maddy Charbonneau ’14
      Defense     5’5”
      Greeley, CO
      Coach’s Take: “Maddy comes to us after a very successful career in Colorado. We expect Maddy to transition
      smoothly to the college game and be a go-to defenseman right from the start.”

     #3 Tori Charron ’14
     Forward       5’5”
     Goodwood, ONT
     Coach’s Take: “Tori is a competitor and has scored at every level she has played at. She will contribute imme-
     diately as a freshman.”

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                                                                        2010-11 Player Profiles
        2010-11 Elmira College Newcomers
     #44 Nicole Court ’14
     Forward        5’6”
     Niagara Falls, ONT
     Coach’s Take: “Nicole has outstanding skill and is great in the face-off circle. She is very determined and we
     expect her to contribute in both ends of the ice.”

     #11 Kelsey Evershed ’14
     Forward       5’6”
     Franktown, ONT
     Coach’s Take: “Kelsey comes to us with a good track record in Prep School. She has a great shot and can score.
     She will need to be strong on both sides of the puck this season.”

     #21 Jocelynne Hudgins ’14
     Forward       5’4”
     Bowmanville, ONT
     Coach’s Take: “Jocelynne has experience playing both forward and defense. She is a speedy skater and will fit
     well into our system.”

     #25 Tanis Lamoureux ’14
     Forward      5’4”
     Canton, MI
     Coach’s Take: “Tanis is a smart two-way center that will be one of our hardest working players for years to

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                                                                       2010-11 Player Profiles
        2010-11 Elmira College Newcomers
     #2 Jennie Robinson ’14
     Defense       5’7”
     Hyde Park, NY
     Coach’s Take: “Jennie is another solid freshman blueliner. She is a good skater with skill and puck moving
     ability. We expect plenty of growth from her this year.”

     #6 Briana Saltstone ’14
     Forward        5’7”
     North Bay, ONT
     Coach’s Take: “Briana has shown that she is ready for college hockey, she can skate and compete at this level
     and her game is loaded with potential.”

     #22 Ella Stewart ’14
     Defense       5’4”
     Mississauga, ONT
     Coach’s Take: “Ella comes to us from a successful Midget AAA program in Notre Dame where she helped lead
     her team to the Canadian National final. She fits a huge need as a left shot, mobile defenseman.”

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                                                                                  ECAC West - NCAA Tournament Results
                                                      All-Time ECAC West Tournament Results

         2001-2002                                     2002-2003                                 2003-2004                                 2004-2005

         Semifinal Buffalo State    W 6-5 OT           Semifinal Buffalo State         W 4-0     Semifinal Utica College          W 4-1    Semifinal Neumann          W 2-0
         Final    Plattsburgh State W 2-1 2OT          Final    Plattsburgh State      W 4-2     Final    Plattsburgh State       W 3-2    Final    Plattsburgh State W 2-1 OT

         2005-2006                                     2006-2007                                 2007-2008                                 2008-2009
                                                                                                 Quarterfinal Buffalo St.       W 3-2
         Semifinal    Utica College        L 1-4       Semifinal      Utica College W 1--0       Semifinal    RIT               W 6-2      Semifinal Neumann          W 8-1
                                                       Final          Plattsburgh State L 2-3    Final        Plattsburgh State W 1-0      Final    Plattsburgh State W 3-0


         Semifinal RIT               W 2-1 OT
         Final     Plattsburgh State W 4-2

                                                          All-Time NCAA Tournament Results

2001-2002                                          2002-2003                                     2003-2004                                2004-2005
Semifinal: Gustavus Adolphus College     W 8-5     Semifinal: Wisconsin-River Falls    W 2-1     Quarterfinal: Middlebury     L 1-2       Semifinal: Plattsburgh State W 4-3
Final: Manhattanville College            W 2-1     Final: Manhattanville College       W 5-1                                              Final: Middlebury            L 3-4

 2005-2006                                            2007-2008                                 2008-2009                                 2009-2010
 Quarterfinal: Plattsburgh State L 1-4                Quarterfinal: Amherst        W 3-2        Quarterfinal: Norwich        W 3-2        Quarterfinal: Trinity        W 3-2
                                                      Semifinal: Plattsburgh State L 0-2        Semifinal: Wis-River Falls   W 3-0        Semifinal: Norwich           L 3-2
                                                                                                Championship: Amherst        L 4-3 OT     3rd Place: Gustavus Adolphus W 4-1

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                                                                                    2010-11 Elmira College Soaring Eagles

                                            Back Row (Left to Right): Jocelynne Hudgins ’14, Tanis Lamoureux ’14, Nicole Court ’14, Kelsey Evershed ’14, Briana Saltstone ’14,
                                            Jennie Robinson ’14, Tori Charron ’14, Maddy Charbonneau ’14, Ella Stewart ’14
                                            Middle Row (Left to Right): Amber Tirri ’13, Madison Johnston ’13, Samantha Curk ’13, Amanda Ritzel ’11, Lauren Campbell ’12,

2010-11 Elmira College Women’s Ice Hockey
                                            Mary-Kate Gellerman ’13, Katy Walker ’12, Steve Ruhmel (Athletic Trainer)
                                            Front Row (Sitting Left to Right): Samantha Maguire ’13, Caitlin Metcalf ’13, Alex McPhail ’12, Shera Vis (Assistant Coach), Lauren Sul-
                                            livan ’13, Greg Fargo ’06 (Head Coach), Alexandra Bresler ’12, Lindsay Mitchell ’12, Laura Proietto ’13
                                                                                                                                                                                       2010-11 Team Photo
                                                                  2010-2011 Team Roster

                          Elmira College
                         ‘Soaring Eagles’

No.    Name -- Class          Pos.      Ht.           Hometown -- Last Team
 1     Samantha Maguire ’13    G        5’5”          Findlay, OH -- Ohio Flames, TOEHL
 2     Jennie Robinson ’14     D        5’7”          Hyde Park, NY -- Northwood School, NAPHA
 3     Tori Charron ’14        F        5’5”          Goodwood, ONT -- Aurora Panthers, PWHL
 5     Maddy Charbonneau ’14 D          5’5”          Greeley, CO -- Colorado Select, JWHL
 6     Briana Saltstone ’14    F        5’7”          North Bay, ONT -- Southwest Wildcats, PWHL
 7     Katy Walker ’12         D        5’4”          Edmonds, WA -- Colorado Select, JWHL
 8     Amanda Gulder ’11       D        5’9”          Spencerport, NY -- Toronto Rattlers
 9     Samantha Curk ’13       F        5’7”          Dorchester, ONT -- Niagara University
11     Kelsey Evershed ’14     F        5’6”          Franktown, ONT -- Winchendon School
12     Lauren Campbell ’12     F        5’8”          Erie, PA -- Chatham University
14     Amber Tirri ’13         F        5’1”          Ringwood, NJ -- Wyoming Seminary, NAPHA
15     Mary-Kate Gellerman ’13 D        5’7”          Frederick, MD -- Washington Pride, JWHL
16     Madison Johnston ’13    D        5’5”          Toronto, ONT -- Toronto Aeros, PWHL
18     Alex Bresler ’12*       F        5’5”          Golden, CO -- Colorado Select, JWHL
19     Alex McPhail ’12*       F        5’3”          Oakville, ONT -- Toronto Aeros, PWHL
21     Jocelynne Hudgins ’14   F-D      5’4”          Bowmanville, ONT -- Durham West, PWHL
22     Ella Stewart ’14        D        5’4”          Mississauga, ONT -- Notre Dame Hounds Midgets
23     Caitlin Metcalf ’13 **  F        5’8”          Calgary, AB -- Edge School for Athletes, JWHL
24     Lindsay Mitchell ’12**  F        5’7”          Arnold, MA -- NAHA, JWHL
25     Tanis Lamoureux ’14     F        5’4”          Canton, MI -- Victory Honda, TOEHL
29     Laura Proietto ’13      G        5’4”          Woodbridge, ONT -- Etobicoke Dolphins, PWHL
44     Nicole Court ’14        F        5’6”          Niagara Falls, ONT -- Hamilton Hawks, PWHL
61     Lauren Sullivan ’13     G        5’7”          Toronto, ONT -- Markham-Stouffville, PWHL

* - Captain
** - Assistant Captain

Head Coach: Greg Fargo ’06 (Elmira College ’06). Third Season
Assistant Coaches: Shera Vis (Minnesota State). Second Season

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                                                                                         2010-11 Opponent Profiles
Buffalo State College                  Chatham University                 Hamilton College                       Manhattanville College
Away: 2-12 @ 4:00 p.m.                 Home: 1-29 @ 7:00 p.m.             Home: 1-8 @ 7:00 p.m.                  Home: 11-12 @ 7:00 p.m.
Away: 2-13 @ 1:00 p.m.                 Home: 1-30 @ 2:00 p.m.             Location: Clinton, NY                  Home: 11-13 @ 3:00 p.m.
Location: Buffalo, NY                  Location: Pittsburgh, PA           Nickname: Continentals                 Location: Purchase, NY
Nickname: Bengals                      Nickname: Cougars                  Colors: Blue and White                 Nickname: Valiants
Colors: Orange and Black               Colors: Purple and White           Affiliation: NCAA III                  Colors: Red and White
Affiliation: NCAA III                  Affiliation: NCAA III              Conference: NESCAC                     Affiliation: NCAA III
Conference: ECAC West                  Conference: ECAC West              Head Coach: Brendon Knight             Conference: ECAC East
Head Coach: Rob Burke                  Head Coach: Phoebe Manchester      Assistant Coaches: Allison             Head Coach: Eric Lang
Assistant Coaches: Jamie Overbeck,     Assistant Coach: Lesley Robinson   Domenico and Todd Manley               Assistant Coach: David Turco
Melissa Jeckovich, Mark Wojcinkski     2009-10 record: 5-15-3             2009-10 record: 11-11-3                2009-10 record: 19-7-1
2009-10 record: 9-14-1                 2009-10 vs. Elmira: 0-6, 1-4       2009-10 vs. Elmira: 1-5                2009-10 vs. Elmira: 1-3, 3-2, 1-3
2009-10 vs. Elmira: 0-3, 1-7           Series record: Elmira 16-0         Series record: Elmira 7-0              Series record: Elmira 12-5-1
Series record: Elmira 25-0

Neumann University                     New England College                Norwich University                     RIT
Away: 1-21 @ 7:00 p.m.                 Away: 10-29 @ 4:00 p.m.            Away: 10-30 @ 6:00 p.m.                Home: 2-4 @ 7:00 p.m.
Away: 1-22 @ 3:00 p.m.                 Location: Henniker, NH             Location: Northfield, VT               Home: 2-19 @ 7:00 p.m.
Location: Aston, PA                    Nickname: Pilgrims                 Nickname: Cadets                       Location: Rochester, NY
Nickname: Knights                      Colors: Red, White, and Blue       Colors: Maroon and Gold                Nickname: Tigers
Colors: Blue, Gold and White           Affiliation: NCAA III              Affiliation: NCAA III                  Colors: Burnt Umber, Orange, and
Affiliation: NCAA III                  Conference: ECAC East              Conference: ECAC East                  White
Conference: ECAC West                  Head Coach: Sis Paulsen            Head Coach: Mark Bolding               Affiliation: NCAA III
Head Coach: Casey Handrahan            Assistant Coach: Paul Vazquez      Assistant Coaches: Keith Maurice,      Conference: ECAC West
Assistant Coach: Gina Kearns           2009-10 record: 12-13-3            Dana Bean, Holly Russo, Jon Guif-      Head Coach: Scott McDonald
2009-10 record: 12-12-1                2009-10 vs. Elmira: DNP            fre, Hilary Davis                      Assistant Coach: Keltie Jones,
2009-10 vs. Elmira: 0-3, 1-2           Series Record: Elmira 5-0          2009-10 record: 20-6-5                 Meghan Guckian
Series record: Elmira 22-0                                                2009-10 vs. Elmira: 3-2                2009-10 record: 21-3-2
                                                                          Series Record: Elmira 3-1              2009-10 vs. Elmira: 3-3 OT, 1-2, 1-2
                                                                                                                 Series record: Elmira 9-2-2

SUNY Cortland                          SUNY Oswego                        SUNY Plattsburgh                       SUNY Potsdam
Home: 11-19 @ 7:00 p.m.                Away: 11-6 @ 3:00 p.m.             Away: 12-11 @ 7:00 p.m.                Home: 1-14 @ 7:00 p.m.
Home: 11-20 @ 3:00 p.m.                Away: 11-7 @ 3:00 p.m.             Away: 12-12 @ 3:00 p.m.                Home: 1-15 @ 3:00 p.m.
Location: Cortland, NY                 Location: Oswego, NY               Location: Plattsburgh, NY              Location: Pottsdam, NY
Nickname: Red Dragons                  Nickname: Lakers                   Nickname: Cardinals                    Nickname: Bears
Colors: Red and White                  Colors: Green and Gold             Colors: Cardinal Red and White         Colors: Maroon and Black
Affiliation: NCAA III                  Affiliation: NCAA III              Affiliation: NCAA III                  Affiliation: NCAA III
Conference: ECAC West                  Conference: ECAC West              Conference: ECAC West                  Conference: ECAC West
Head Coach: Earl Utter                 Head Coach: Diane Dillon           Head Coach: Kevin Houle                Head Coach: Jay Green ’80
Assistant Coach: Richard Reichenbach   Assistant Coach: Joe Heydenburg    Assistant Coach: Nicole Goguen         Assistant Coach: Lisa Rosengarten
2009-10 record: 4-19-1                 2009-10 record: 7-17-1             2009-10 record: 23-3-2                 ’10
2009-10 vs. Elmira: 0-6, 3-7           2009-10 vs. Elmira: 2-5, 0-9       2008-09 vs. Elmira: 3-2, 4-3 OT, 2-4   2009-10 record: 9-15-1
Series record: Elmira 20-0             Series record: Elmira 8-0          Series record: Plattsburgh 15-14-3     2009-10 vs. Elmira: 2-7, 0-9
                                                                                                                 Series record: 4-0

                                                                          Utica College
                                                                          Away: 12-14 @ 7:00 p.m.
                                                                          Away: 12-15 @ 3:00 p.m.
                                                                          Location: Utica, NY
                                                                          Nickname: Pioneers
                                                                          Colors: Navy Blue and Orange
                                                                          Affiliation: NCAA III
                                                                          Conference: ECAC West
                                                                          Head Coach: William Clausen
                                                                          Assistant Coaches: Stephanie Yates,
                                                                          Jack Kane, Bill Owens
                                                                          2009-10 record: 13-12-2
                                                                          2009-10 vs. Elmira: 1-5, 1-4
                                                                          Series record: Elmira 19-3-2

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                                                                       2009-10 Season in Review
                                   The Elmira College Soaring Eagles Women’s Ice Hockey program contin-
                                   ued their winning tradition throughout the 2009-10 season. Under the
                                   guidance of second year Head Coach Greg Fargo ’06, the team had a sea-
                                   son of great success, recording 24 victories for the second consecutive sea-
                                   son. EC finished the year with a 24-5-1 overall record while achieving their
                                   seventh Eastern College Athletic Conference West Division Women’s
                                   Championship. The Soaring Eagles also reached their eighth NCAA Divi-
                                   sion III Women’s Ice Hockey Tournament in the program’s nine year his-
                                   tory making it to the NCAA Semifinals before falling to Norwich Univer-
                                   sity, 3-2. However, the Purple and Gold ended the season on a winning
                                   note by defeating Gustavus-Adolphus College, 4-1, earning Elmira College
                                   NCAA Division III Women’s Ice Hockey Third Place honors.
     Madison Johnston ’13
 Named to ECAC West All-Rookie
                                   The Soaring Eagles proved to be a Division III powerhouse all season,
                                   knocking off the nation’s toughest competition. EC earned victories over
some of this season’s highest ranked programs including RIT, Middlebury College, Trinity College, SUNY
Plattsburgh, and eventual NCAA Division III Champion Amherst College. The Purple and Gold also pro-
duced an impressive 11 consecutive wins to end the ECAC West regular season and claim the ECAC West
Women’s Championship.

Elmira boasted one of Division III’s most dangerous offensive units in the country throughout the season.
Five players had 10 goals or more this year, while seven reached the 20 point plateau or higher. EC’s 4.83
goals per game ranked the team third in the ECAC West Conference, behind only RIT and SUNY Platts-
burgh, and sixth in the entire country. On power-play opportunities the Soaring Eagles were the best in the
nation. The team was able to convert 154 power-play chances into 46 goals, 29.9%, giving them the number
one ranking in the nation. The Soaring Eagles defense was equally impressive as the women generated the top
scoring defense in the conference at 1.28 goals per game. This also ranked Elmira sixth in the nation in scor-
ing defense.

Fourth year defender Jamie Kivi ’10 (Green Bay, WI -- Wisconsin Wild) had a standout year for the Soaring
Eagles on both ends of the ice. Kivi was selected to the 2010 RBK Women’s Hockey All-American First Team
for the second time in her four year career. Kivi also represented EC on the ECAC West All-Conference First
Team. In 30 games this season, the fourth year player tied for first
on the team with 31 total points, 13 goals and 18 assists. Kivi’s
1.03 points per game ranked her fourth nationally among defense-
men. Kivi finished her career at Elmira College with 94 total
points, 25 goals and 69 assists, from her defensive position.

Captain Jenna McCall ’10 (Thamesford, ONT -- Bluewater
Hawks) led the EC offense throughout the 2009-10 season. The
fourth year forward finished with 31 total points this season, 11
goals and 20 assists, which tied Kivi for the team lead. For her ac-
complishments, McCall received ECAC West Honorable Mention
honors. McCall’s 17 assists in conference play this season ranked
her third among all ECAC West players. McCall concluded her
career at EC with 138 total points, 54 goals and 84 assists, in 116
games played.                                                                     Alex Bresler ’12
                                                                           Led EC with 19 goals in 2009-10

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                                                                      2010-11 Season in Review
                                               The trio of Lauryn DePaul ’10 (Liverpool, NY -- Syracuse
                                               Stars U19), Alex Bresler ’12 (Golden, CO -- Colorado Selects),
                                               and Jill Debus ’13 (Howell, MI -- Hartland) provided a consis-
                                               tent offensive attack for the Soaring Eagles throughout the sea-
                                               son. DePaul reached the 30 total point mark with 15 goals and
                                               15 assists this season. DePaul proved to be a clutch player for
                                               EC leading the team with 5 game winning goals throughout
                                               the year and a hat trick in the ECAC West Championship
                                               game against SUNY Plattsburgh. Bresler led the Soaring Eagles
                                               with 19 goals this season. Bresler also provided the offensive
                                               spark for the Purple and Gold’s number one ranked power-
                                               play with 9 scores. DeBus’ 26 total points, 15 goals and 11 as-
              Lauren Sullivan ’13              sists, in her first season at EC ranked her second in scoring
     Named to ECAC West All-Rookie Team        among first year players in the ECAC West. For her accom-
                                               plishments, DeBus earned a spot on the 2009-10 ECAC West
All-Rookie team.

Joining DeBus on the 2009-10 ECAC West All-Rookie team was first year defender Madison Johnston ’13
(Toronto, ONT -- Toronto Aeros, PWHL) and goaltender Lauren Sullivan ’13 (Toronto, ONT -- Markham-
Stouffville Stars, PWHL). Johnston ranked fourth in the ECAC West in defensive scoring with 20 total
points, 6 goals and 14 assists. Sullivan provided outstanding play between the pipes throughout the season
for the Purple and Gold. In 20 games played Sullivan posted a 15-3-1 record and 4 shutouts while logging
1170:44 minutes in net. Sullivan’s save percentage, .945, and goals against average, 1.23, both ranked num-
ber one in the ECAC West among goalies.

Elmira College was anchored by the solid core group of fourth year players, Tiffany Hart ’10 (Perth, ONT --
Perth Jr. Wings), Forward Carly Richardson ’10 (Barrie, ONT -- Clearview Stars), and Ana Steele-Norton
’10 (Kennett Square, PA -- Millbrook School). This trio provided championship level play throughout the
season. Protecting a first year goal tender, the three players led EC to a number two ranking in both defensive
scoring and penalty kills in the ECAC West.

Forward’s Karen Colehour ’10 (Schenectady, NY -- Albany Ice Cats U19), Caitlin Metcalf ’13 (Calgary, AB -
- Edge School), Lindsay Mitchell ’12 (Arnold, MD - NAHA), Caitlin Manahan ’12 (St. Albans, VT -- BFA,
Vermont Selects), and Melanie Henshaw ’10 (Margate, FL -- North American Hockey Academy) proved to
be valuable members of the 2009-10 Soaring Eagles squad. All five players logged serious minutes while pro-
viding consistent offensive production for the Purple and Gold. Each player reached double-digits in total
points with Colehour, Metcalf, and Mitchell reaching double-digits in assists.

Kathryn Walker ’12 (Edmonds, WA -- Colorado Selects), Amber Tirri ’13 (Ringwood, NJ -- Wycoming
Seminary), Amanda Ritzel ’11 (Spencerport, NY -- Toronto Rattlers), Alex McPhail ’12 (Oakville, ONT --
Toronto Aeros), and Mary-Kate Gellerman ’13 (Frederick, MD -- Urbana) were also highly valuable mem-
bers to this year’s championship squad. Walker secured the stellar Elmira College defense throughout the
season with her consistent play. Tirri gained valuable experience appearing in 28 games in her first season at
EC. Ritzel and McPhail also provided consistent play seeing the ice in 27 and 29 games respectively.
First year goalies Samantha Maguire ’13 (Findlay, OH -- Findlay) and Laura Proietto ’13 (Woodbridge,
ONT -- Etobicoke Dolphins Midget AA) demonstrated their talent in limited action this season. Maguire
appeared in 10 games for EC recording a .915 save percentage. Proietto registered a shutout in her first game
as a Soaring Eagle against SUNY Potsdam.

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                                                 2009-10 Statistics
     2009-2010 Elmira College Individual and Team Statistics

21       2010-11 Elmira College Women’s Ice Hockey
                                                                      2009-10 Inside The Numbers

                                         2009-2010 By the Numbers
          2009-2010 Game-by-Game Results                                        Team Superlatives
Date                Opponent              Result     Most goals scored, game:                          9, Twice
Sat., Oct. 24       Cambridge PWHL        L 5-2      Most goals scored, period:                        6, Feb. 5, 2010 vs. Buffalo
Fri., Nov. 6        Buffalo State*        W 3-0      Fewest goals scored, game:                        1, Jan. 20, 2010 vs. Amherst
Sat., Nov. 14       Utica*                W 5-1      Most goals allowed, game:                         4, Nov. 22, 2009 at Plattsburgh
Sun., Nov. 15       Utica*                W 4-1      Most goals allowed, period:                       2, Four times
Sat., Nov. 21       SUNY Plattsburgh*     L 3-2      Fewest goals allowed, game:                       0, Six times
                                                     Most shots on goal, game:                         62, Feb. 5, 2010 vs. Buffalo
Sun., Nov. 22       SUNY Plattsburgh*     L 4-3 OT   Most shots on goal, period:                       28, Twice
Tue., Nov. 24       Hamilton              W 5-1      Fewest shots on goal, game:                       15, Jan. 20, 2010 vs. Amherst
Sat., Nov. 28       Manhattanville        W3-1       Fewest shots on goal, period:                     1, Jan. 20, 2010 vs. Amherst
Sun., Nov. 29       Manhattanville        L 3-2      Most shots on goal allowed, game:                 36, Nov. 22, 2009 at Plattsburgh
                                                     Most shots on goal allowed, period:               16, Twice
Sat., Dec. 5        Chatham*              W 6-0      Fewest shots on goal allowed, game:               7, Nov. 6, 2009 vs. Buffalo
Sun., Dec. 6        Chatham*              W 4-1      Fewest shots on goal allowed, period:             1, Three times
Sat., Dec. 12       Manhattanville        W 3-1      Most power play goals scored, game:               5, Feb. 14, 2010 vs. Oswego
                                                     Most power play goals allowed, game:              2, Twice
Sun., Jan. 3        Middlebury            W 3-2 OT   Most short-handed goals scored, game:             1, Three times
Mon., Jan. 4        Amherst               W 2-1      Most short-handed goals allowed, game:            1, Three times
Sat., Jan. 9        RIT*                  T 3-3 OT   Most penalty minutes, game:                       18, Twice
Sun., Jan. 10       RIT*                  W 2-1      Fewest penalty minutes, game:                     2, Twice
                                                     Most penalty minutes, opposition, game:           26, Feb. 5, 2010 vs. Buffalo
Wed., Jan. 20       Amherst               L 3-1      Fewest penalty minutes, opp., game:               2, Mar. 19, 2010 at Norwich
Sat., Jan. 23       SUNY Potsdam*         W 7-2      Longest winning streak:                           2, Jan. 23, 2010 to Mar. 13, 2010
Sun., Jan. 24       SUNY Potsdam*         W 9-0      Longest losing streak:                            2, Nov. 21, 2009 to Nov. 22, 2009
Sat., Jan. 30       Neumann*              W 3-0      Record when scoring first:                        21-2-1
                                                     Record when opposition scored first:              3-3-0
Sun., Jan. 31       Neumann*              W 2-1      Record when leading after the first period:       15-0-1
Fri., Feb. 5        Buffalo State*        W 7-1      Record when trailing after the first period:      2-2-0
Sat., Feb. 13       SUNY Oswego*          W 5-2      Record when tied after the first period:          7-3-0
                                                     Record when leading after the second period:      22-1-1
Sun., Feb. 14       SUNY Oswego*          W 9-0      Record when trailing after the second period:     1-4-0
Fri., Feb. 19       SUNY Cortland*        W 6-0      Record when tied after the second period:         1-0-0
Sat., Feb. 20       SUNY Cortland*        W 7-3      Record in overtime:                               2-1-1
Sat., Mar. 6        RIT#                  W 2-1 OT
                                                                                Individual Superlatives
Sun., Mar. 7        SUNY Plattsburgh &    W 4-2      Most goals, season:                     19, Alex Bresler ’12
Sat., Mar. 13       Trinity^              W 2-1      Most goals, game:                       3, Three players
Fri., Mar. 19       Norwich$           L 3-2         Most assists, season:                   20, Jenna McCall ’10
                                                     Most assists, game:                     5, Jamie Kivi ’10
Sat., Mar 20        Gustavus Adolphus@ W 4-1         Most points, season:                    31, Two players
Home games in Bold and Italics                       Most points, game:                      7, Jamie Kivi ’10
* - ECAC West Conference Game                        Most penalty minutes, season:           44, Two players
# - ECAC West Semifinals                             Most saves, game:                       32, Two players
&- ECAC West Finals                                  Most wins, season:                      15, Lauren Sullivan ’13
^ - NCAA Quarterfinal                                Most shutouts, season:                  4, Lauren Sullivan ’13
$ - NCAA Semifinal                                   Most game-winning goals:                5, Lauryn DePaul ’10
                                                     Most power-play goals                   9, Alex Bresler ’12
@ - NCAA Third Place
                                                     Most shorthanded goals:                 1, Three players
Records          ECAC       Non-Conf     Overall
Overall          15-2-1     9-3-0         24-5-1
Home             10-0-0     2-1-0         12-1-0
Away             5-2-1      4-1-0         9-2-1
Neutral          0-0-0      3-1-0         3-1-0

GF-GA            ECAC       Non-Conf     Overall
Overall          87-23      33-20        120-43
Home             55-7       6-5          61-12
Away             32-16      17-9         49-25
Neutral          0-0        10-6         10-6

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                                                                                                 Elmira College in the ECAC West
                                                  ECAC West Titles                                                                            ECAC West All-Stars
                     2001-02, 2002-03, 2003-04, 2004-05, 2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10                                                  2001-02    Laura Hurd ’05 (Player of the Year, All-
                                                                                                                                               Rookie Team)
                                                                                                                                    2001-02    LeAnne Denman ’05 (First Team, All-
                                                                                                                                               Rookie Team)
                       2008-09 FINAL REGULAR SEASON ECAC WEST STANDINGS                                                             2001-02    Michelle Rennie ’04 (First Team)
                                 (Conference Only)             (Overall)                                                            2001-02    Charissa Gawant ’05 (Second Team)
                                                                                                                                    2002-03    Laura Hurd ’05 (First Team)
                             GP W-L-T       Pts. GF GA GP W-L-T GF GA                                                               2002-03    LeAnne Denman ’05 (First Team)
         Plattsburgh            18       17-0-1      35      96     24           28    23-3-2      129     40                       2002-03    Teegon Black ’03 (Second Team)
                                                                                                                                    2002-03    Jenelle Bauer ’05 (Second Team)
         Elmira College         18       15-2-1      31      87     23           29    23-5-1      116     42                       2002-03    Edith Racine ’05 (Second Team)
         RIT                    17       12-3-2      26      91     35           26    18-5-3      122     48                       2002-03    Jaclyn O’Neil ’06 (All-Rookie Team,
                                                                                                                                               Rookie of the Year)
         Utica College          18       8-8-2       18      45     53           27    13-12-2     66      74                       2002-03    Siobhan Edington ’06 (All-Rookie Team)
         Neumann                17       7-9-1       15      54     65           25    12-12-1     86      87                       2002-03    Sheena Calic ’06 (All-Rookie Team)
                                                                                                                                    2003-04    Laura Hurd ’05 (First Team)
         Buffalo State          18       6-11-1      13      34     58           24    9-14-1      46      78                       2003-04    Shannon Sargent ’05 (Second Team)
         Potsdam                17       6-11-0      12      44     89           25    9-15-1      63      120                      2003-04    LeAnne Denman ’05 (Second Team)
                                                                                                                                    2003-04    Stacy Collins ’07 (All-Rookie)|
         Oswego                 16       5-10-1      11      28     56           23    7-15-1      46      83                       2004-05    Laura Hurd ’05 (Player of the Year, First Team)
         Cortland               18       3-14-1      7       30     68           24    4-19-1      42      85                       2004-05    Edith Racine ’05 (Goaltender of the Year, First
         Chatham                15       1-12-2      4       21     59           20    3-14-3      37      72                       2004-05    Jaclyn O’Neil ’06 (First Team)
                                                                                                                                    2004-05    LeAnne Denman ’05 (Second Team)
                                                                                                                                    2005-06    Jaclyn O’Neil ’06 (First Team, Co-Player of the Year)
         ECAC West Tournament Results                                    ECAC West All Tournament Team                              2005-06    Kayla Coady ’09 (First Team, All-Rookie Team,
                                                                                                                                               Rookie of the Year)
                                                                         Goalie - Lauren Sullivan ’13, Elmira College               2005-06    Stacey Calic ’06 (First Team)
                     Quarterfinals, February 27, 2010
                       #3 RIT def. #6 Potsdam, 5-0                       Defense - Jamie Kivi ’10, Elmira College                   2005-06    Danielle Wysomierski ’06 (Second Team)
                                                                                                                                    2005-06    Natasha Yeates ’09 (All-Rookie Team)
                      #5 Utica def. #4 Neumann , 4-1                     Defense - Madison Johnston ’13, Elmira College             2005-06    Allison Cubberley ’09 (All-Rookie Team)
                                                                         Forward - Megan DiJulio ’11, SUNY Plattsburgh              2005-06    Stephanie McLean ’07 (Honorable Mention)
                                                                                                                                    2006-07    Kayla Coady ’09 (First Team)
              Semifinals, March 6, 2010 @ SUNY Plattsburgh               Forward - Stephanie Moberg ’10, SUNY Plattsburgh           2006-07    Tiffany Hart ’10, (First Team, All Rookie Team)
                      #1 Plattsburgh def. #5 Utica, 5-2                  Forward - Jill DeBus ’13, Elmira College                   2006-07    Allison Cubberley ’09 (First Team)
                   #2 Elmira College def. #3 RIT, 2-1 OT                 MOP - Lauryn DePaul ’10, Elmira College                    2006-07    Jamie Kivi ’10 (Second Team, All Rookie Team)
                                                                                                                                    2006-07    Jenna McCall ’10 (Honorable Mention, All Rookie
            Championship, March 7, 2010 @ SUNY Plattsburgh                                                                          2007-08    Kayla Coady ’09 (First Team)
              #1 Elmira College def. #3 SUNY Plattsburgh, 4-2                                                                       2007-08    Allison Cubberley ’09 (First Team)
                                                                                                                                    2007-08    Jamie Kivi ’10 (Second Team)
                                                                                                                                    2008-09    Kayla Coady ’09 (Player of the Year, First Team)
                                                                                                                                    2008-09    Jamie Kivi ’10 (First Team)
                           2009-10 ECAC West Awards and All-Star Teams                                                              2008-09
                                                                                                                                               Tiffany Hart ’10 (First Team)
                                                                                                                                               Allison Cubberley ’09 (Goalie of the Year, FirstTeam)
                                                                                                                                    2008-09    Jamie Huntley ’09 (Second Team)
   Player of the Year:                     Stephanie Moberg ’10, Plattsburgh                                                        2009-10    Jamie Kivi ’10 (First Team)
   Rookie of the Year:                     Kim Schlattman ’13, RIT                                                                  2009-10    Jill DeBus ’13 All-Rookie Team)
   Goaltender of the Year:                 Mandy Mackrell ’11, Plattsburgh                                                          2009-10    Madison Johnston ’13 All-Rookie Team)
                                                                                                                                    2009-10    Lauren Sullivan ’13 (All-Rookie Team)
   Co-Coaches of the Year:                 Kevin Houle, Plattsburgh

         FIRST TEAM                                SECOND TEAM                                    ALL-ROOKIE
         F - Stephanie Moberg ’10, Plattsburgh     F - Lynny Gonzales ’11, Utica                  F - Kim Schlattman ’13, RIT
         F - Katie Stack ’11, RIT                  F - Jessica Schroeder ’11, Neumann             F - Teal Gove ’13, Plattsburgh
         F - Sara Dagg ’11, Plattsburgh            F - Meg DiJulio ’11, Plattsburgh               F - Jill DeBus ’13, Elmira
         D - Jamie Kivi ’10, Elmira                D - Breanna Roy ’12, Potsdam                   D - Ariane Yokoyama ’13, RIT
         D - Kara Buehler ’11, Plattsburgh         D - Erika Schaubel ’12, Plattsburgh            D - Madison Johnston ’13, Elmira
         G - Mandy Mackrell ’11, Plattsburgh       G - Jill Doherty ’10, Utica                    G - Lauren Sullivan ’13, Elmira

                                   2009-10 ECAC West Weekly Honors                                                              ECAC West Leading Scorers
                                                                                                                                                                                     GP    G- A- P
              Player of the Week                    Rookie of the Week                   Goalie of the Week                    1.    Sarah Dagg ’10              RIT                 27    17-28-45
                                                                                                                               2.    Stephanie Moberg ’10        Plattsburgh         27    25-18-43
Nov. 3        Nikki Blazenko ’11, Neumann           Shannon Donnelly ’3, Neumann         Laura Keeley ’10, Neumann             3.    Jessica Schroeder ’11       Neumann             25    12-28-40
Nov. 10       Sara Dagg ’11, RIT                    Meghan McMahon ’13, Utica            Jill Doherty ’10, Utica               4.    Katie Stack ’11             RIT                 27    31- 8-39
Nov. 17       Marissa McMullan ’11, Buffalo         Jordan Caldwell ’13, Plattsburgh     Emi Williams ’11, Oswego              5.    Steph Moon ’11              Plattsburgh         28    8-27-35
                                                                                                                               6.    Megan DiJulio ’11           Plattsburgh         28    23-11-34
Nov. 24       Katie Stack ’11, RIT                  Meghan McMahon ’13, Utica            Mandy Mackrell ’11, Plattsburgh
                                                                                                                               7.    Jamie Kivi ’10              Elmira              30    13-18-31
Dec. 1        Meagan Sudik ’11, Utica               Madison Johnston ’13, Elmira         Lauren Sullivan ’13, Elmira                 Jenna McCall ’10            Elmira              30    11-20-31
Dec. 7        Stephanie Moberg ’10, Plattsburgh     Kim Schlattman ’13, RIT              Mandy Mackrell ’11, Plattsburgh
Dec. 14       Mackenzie Roy ’12, Utica              Kailyn Murray ’13, Buffalo           Shannon Donnelly ’13, Neumann
Jan. 11       Alex Bresler ’12, Elmira              Teal Gove ’13, Plattsburgh           Lauren Sullivan ’13, Elmira
Jan. 18       Jessica Schroeder ’11, Neumann        Teal Gove ’13, Plattsburgh           Amy Torgerson ’12, RIT
Jan. 25       Laurie Bowler ’10, Plattsburgh        Kailyn Murray ’13, Buffalo           Brenn Scott ’10, Chatham
                                                                                                                               ECAC West Leading Goaltenders
                                                                                                                                                                Min.             W-L-T        GAA
Feb. 1        Megan DiJulio ’11, Plattsburgh        Jordan Caldwell ’13, Plattsburgh     Hillary Hitchman ’10, Potsdam
                                                                                                                               1.    Lauren Sullivan ’13 Elmira 1171             15- 3-1      1.23
              Katie Stack ’11, RIT
                                                                                                                               2.    Carley King ’13 RIT        826              10- 3- 1     1.45
Feb. 8        Sara Dagg ’11, RIT                    Madison Johnston ’13, Elmira         Lauren Sullivan ’13, Elmira           3.    Mandy Mackrell ’11 Platt. 1330              17- 3- 2     1.49
Feb. 15       Jamie Kivi ’10, Elmira                Rio Flynn ’13, Buffalo               Mandy Mackrell ’11, Plattsburgh       4.    Amy Torgerson ’12 RIT      810              9- 2- 2      2.07
Feb. 22       Megan DiJulio ’11, Plattsburgh        Jill DeBus ’13, Elmira               Mandy Mackrell ’11, Plattsburgh       5.    Jill Doherty ’10 Utica     1447             13-10- 2     2.53

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                                                                                                       EC Team Records

                            ELMIRA COLLEGE TEAM RECORDS

                  SINGLE SEASON RECORDS                                              SINGLE-GAME PLAYER RECORDS

     Most goals scored                178    2001-02 (28 games)                   Most goals                   4, Laura Hurd ’05
     Fewest goals scored              114    2006-07 (27 games)                                                Jan. 27, 2004 v. Cortland
     Most goals allowed               62     2005-06                                                           4, Laura Hurd ’05
     Fewest goals allowed             29     2004-05                                                           Jan. 19, 2002 v. Neumann
     Most goals per game              6.23   2001-02                                                           4, Siobhan Edington ’06
     Fewest goals per game            3.83   2007-08                                                           Jan. 15, 2003 v. Cortland
     Most goals allowed per game      2.30   2005-06                              Most assists                 6, Laura Hurd ’05
     Fewest goals allowed per game    1.06   2002-03                                                           Nov. 24, 2001 v. Neumann
     Most 40-goal scorers             1      2001-02                                                           6, Charissa Gawant ’05
     Most 30-goal scorers             1      2001-02, 2002-03                                                  Jan. 11, 2003 v. Neumann
     Most 20-goal scorers             2      2005-06                              Most points                  9, Laura Hurd ’05
     Most 10-goal scorers             7      2004-05                                                           Jan. 19, 2002 v. Neumann
     Most 20-point scorers            10     2002-03                              Most penalty minutes         17, Catherine Shears ’09
     Most 30-point scorers            5      2001-02                                                                     Feb. 5, 2006
     Most 40-point scorers            3      2001-02, 2008-09
                                                                                  Most saves                   51, Edith Racine ’05
     Most 50-point scorers            2      2001-02
     Most 60-point scorers            1      2001-02                                                           Feb. 24, 2002 v. Platts.
     Most 70-point scorers            1      2001-02
     Most games                       30     2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10
     Fewest games                     27     2005-06, 2006-07
     Most Wins                        26     2001-02                                  SINGLE-GAME TEAM RECORDS
     Fewest Wins                      18     2003-04, 2005-06
                                                                                     Most Goals Scored           15      Twice
     Most Losses                      9      2005-06
     Fewest Losses                    1      2001-02                                 Most Goals Allowed          6       Nov. 13, 2004
     Most Ties                        3      2006-07                                 Fastest 2 Goals             7 seconds apart
     Fewest Ties                      0      2004-05, 2005-06                                                            Nov. 8, 2003
     Longest Winning Streak           19     Nov. 10, 2001 to Feb. 3, 2002           Fastest 3 Goals             44 seconds apart
     Longest Losing Streak            4      Oct. 25, 2003 to Nov. 8, 2003                                               Nov. 2, 2002
     Longest Unbeaten Streak          33     Nov. 10, 2001 to Nov. 17, 02            Fastest 4 Goals             1:20 apart
     Most Shutouts                    14     2002-03                                                                     Jan. 12, 2003
     Most Power Play Goals            55     2008-09
     Fewest Power Play Goals          18     2003-04                                 Fastest 2 Goals Allowed     14 seconds apart
     Most Shorthanded Goals           9      2005-06                                                                     Nov. 21, 2009
     Most Shorthanded Goals All.      4      2005-06, 2007-08                        Most Goals in a Period      9       Nov. 24, 2001
     Fewest Shorthanded Goals         3      2003-04, 2006-07, 2009-10                                           (first period)
     Fewest Shorthanded Goals All.    0      2004-05                                 Most G in a Per., Opp.      4       Dec. 8, 2001
     Most Power Play Goals Allowed    17     2005-06                                                             (third period)
     Fewest Power Play Goals All.     9      2001-02, 2002-03, 2003-04, 2008-09
                                                                                                                 4       Nov. 22, 2005
     Most Power Play Attempts         207    2006-07
     Fewest Power Play Attempts       100    2003-04                                                             (second period)
     Most Penalty Killing Chances     204    2007-08
     Fewest Penalty Killing Chances   104    2003-04
     Highest Power Play Percentage    29.9   2009-10 (46-for-154)*                   Most Shots:                 79      Nov. 21, 2003
     Lowest Power Play Percentage     17.3   2007-08 (32-for-185)                    Most Shots Allowed          54 Feb. 24, 2002
     Highest Penalty Killing Rate     94.0   2006-07 (188-for-200)*                  Most Shots Period           34 Nov. 24, 2001
     Lowest Penalty Killing Rate      88.8   2009-10 (127-for-143)                                               (first period)
     Most Penalties                   229    2007-08
     Fewest Penalties                 118    2003-04                                 Most Shots Period, Opp.     20 Feb. 1, 2008
     Most Penalty Minutes             461    2007-08                                                             (third period)
     Fewest Penalty Minutes           239    2002-03                                 Most Power Play Goals       7       Nov. 12, 2006
     Most Penalties, Opposition       223    2006-07                                 Most PP Goals, Opp.         3       Jan. 21, 2006
     Fewest Penalties, Opposition     65     2004-05                                 Most Power Plays            14      Nov. 12, 2006
     Most Penalty Minutes, Opp.       452    2006-07                                 Most Power Plays, Opp.      11      Twice
     Fewest Penalty Minutes, Opp.     230    2002-03                                 Most Shorthanded Goals      2       Nov. 25, 2001
     *Led the Nation in that Season                                                  Most SHG, Opp.              2       Nov. 15 2008

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                                                                                        All-Time Offensive Statistics

     Elmira College All-Time Offensive Season and Career Statistics
Most Goals, Season                   Most Goals, Career                      Most Power Play Goals, Season Most Hat-Tricks, Season
Laura Hurd ’05        40 (2001-02)   Laura Hurd ’05        120 (2001-05)     Jenna McCall ’10         13 (2008-09)   Laura Hurd ’05         4 (2001-02)
Laura Hurd ’05        33 (2002-03)   Kayla Coady ’09       82 (2005-09)      Kayla Coady ’09          10 (2008-09)   Laura Hurd ’05         4 (2002-03)
Laura Hurd ’05        25 (2004-05)   Lindsay Palmer ’05    55 (2001-05)      Alex Bresler ’12         9 (2009-10)    Jamie Huntley ’09      2 (2008-09)
Laura Hurd ’05        22 (2003-04)   Jenna McCall ’10      54 (2006-10)      Jamie Huntley ’09        9 (2008-09)    LeAnne Denman ’05      2 (2001-02)
Stefanie McLean ’07   21 (2005-06)   Charissa Gawant ’05   53 (2001-05)      Stefanie McLean ’07      9 (2006-07)    Laura Hurd ’05         2 (2003-04)
Kayle Coady ’09       21 (2008-09)   Jaclyn O’Neil ’06     51 (2002-06)      Kayla Coady ’09          8 (2006-07)    Stefanie McLean ’07    2 (2005-06)
Kayle Coady ’09       21 (2007-08)   Shannon Sargent ’05   49 (2001-05)      Jill DeBus ’13           8 (2009-10)    Seventeen tied at      1
Kayla Coady ’09       20 (2006-07)   Stefanie McLean ’07   49 (2003-07)      Lauryn DePaul ’10        7 (2009-10)
Kayla Coady ’09       20 (2005-06)   Lauryn DePaul ’10     48 (2006-10)      Laura Hurd ’05           7 (2002-03)
Alex Bresler ’12      19 (2009-10)   Jamie Huntley ’09     40 (2005-09)      Charissa Gawant ’05      6 (2001-02)
Jenna McCall ’10      19 (2008-09)   Melanie Henshaw ’10   37 (2006-10)      Laura Hurd ’05           6 (2004-05)
Jamie Huntley ’09     19 (2008-09)   Karen Colehour ’10    30 (2006-10)      Stefanie McLean ’07      6 (2005-06)
LeAnne Denman ’05     19 (2001-02)   LeAnne Denman ’05     28 (2001-2005)

Most Assists, Season                 Most Assists, Career                    Most Game-Winning Goals,                Most Short-Handed Goals,
Charissa Gawant ’05   41 (2001-02)   Laura Hurd ’05        117 (2001-2005)   Season                                  Season
Laura Hurd ’05        37 (2001-02)   Kayla Coady ’09       100 (2005-2009)   Laura Hurd ’05           9 (2001-02)    Kayla Coady ’09        4 (2008-09)
Kayla Coady ’09       35 (2008-09)   Jaclyn O’Neil ’06     91 (2002-2006)    Laura Hurd ’05           8 (2004-05)    Laura Hurd ’05         4 (2002-03)
Laura Hurd ’05        33 (2004-05)   Charissa Gawant ’05   86 (2001-2005)    Kayla Coady ’09          6 (2007-08)    Laura Hurd ’05         3 (2001-02)
Lindsay Palmer ’05    30 (2001-02)   Jenna McCall ’10      84 (2006-2010)    Kayla Coady ’09          5 (2008-09)    Kayla Coady ’09        3 (2005-06)
Jaclyn O’Neil ’06     28 (2004-05)   Lindsay Palmer ’05    80 (2001-2005)    Lauryn DePaul ’10        5 (2009-10)    Shannon Sargent ’05    2 (2001-02)
Jaclyn O’Neil ’06     28 (2005-06)   Jamie Kivi ’10        69 (2006-2010)    Jenna McCall ’10         5 (2008-09)    Emily Sand ’06         2 (2002-03)
Kayla Coady ’09       27 (2006-07)   Tiffany Hart ’10      58 (2006-2010)    Laura Hurd ’05           5 (2002-03)    Laura Hurd ’05         2 (2003-04)
Jenna McCall ’10      26 (2008-09)   Stefanie McLean ’07   51 (2003-2007)    Jaclyn O’Neil ’06        5 (2002-03)    Laura Hurd ’05         2 (2004-05)
Laura Hurd ’05        25 (2003-04)   LeAnne Denman ’05     49 (2001-2005)    LeAnne Denman ’05        4 (2001-02)    Jaclyn O’Neil ’06      2 (2005-06)
Jaclyn O’Neil ’06     24 (2002-03)   Sheena Calic ’06      44 (2002-2006)    Lindsay Palmer ’04       4 (2002-03)    Fourteen tied at       1
Michelle Rennie ’04   22 (2001-02)   Karen Colehour ’10    42 (2009-2010)    Jaclyn O’Neil ’06        4 (2004-05)

Most Points, Season                  Most Points, Career                     Most Penalty Minutes, Season            Most Penalty Minutes, Career
Laura Hurd ’05        77 (2001-02)   Laura Hurd ’05        237 (2001-05)     Jamie Huntly ’09       68 (2008-09)     Catherine Shears ’09   210 (2005-09)
Charissa Gawant ’05   57 (2001-02)   Kayla Coady ’09       182 (2005-09)     Catherine Shears ’09   65 (2005-06)     Jamie Huntley ’09      174 (2005-09)
Laura Hurd ’05        58 (2004-05)   Jaclyn O’Neil ’06     142 (2002-06)     Julie Clune ’05        54 (2001-02)     Lauryn DePaul ’10      152 (2006-2010)
Kayla Coady ’09       56 (2008-09)   Charissa Gawant ’05   139 (2001-05)     Sonya Lynk ’05         50 (2001-02)     Julie Clune ’05        133 (2001-2005)
Laura Hurd ’05        55 (2002-03)   Jenna McCall ’10      138 (2006-10)     Jamie Huntley ’09      50 (2006-07)     Natasha Yeates ’09     130 (2005-09)
Laura Hurd ’05        47 (2003-04)   Lindsay Palmer ’05    135 (2001-05)     Lyndsa Laxton ’09      48 (2005-06)     Stefanie McLean ’07    121 (2003-2007)
Kayla Coady ’09       47 (2006-07)   Stefanie McLean ’07   100 (2003-07)     Jenna McCall ’10       46 (2006-07)     Lyndsay Laxton ’09     119 (2005-2008)
Jenna McCall’ 10      45 (2008-09)   Jamie Kivi ’10         94 (2006-10)     Jill DeBus ’13         44 (2009-10)     Jamie Kivi ’10         116 (2006-2010)
Lindsay Palmer ’05    44 (2001-02)   Shannon Sargent ’05    91 (2001-05)     Lauryn DePaul ’10      44 (2009-10)     Jenna McCall ’10       116 (2006-2010)
Jaclyn O’Neil ’06     44 (2005-06)   Lauryn DePaul ’10      82 (2006-10)     Natasha Yeates ’09     44 (2006-07)     Charissa Gawant ’05    114 (2001-2005)
Kayla Coady ’09       42 (2005-06)   Jamie Huntley ’09      79 (2006-09)     Julie Clune ’05        43 (2002-03)     Sonya Lynk ’05         112 (2001-2005)
Jaclyn O’Neil ’06     41 (2004-05)   LeAnne Denman ’05     77 (2001-2005)    Lyndsay Laxton ’09     43 (2007-08)     Sheena Calic ’06       112 (2002-2006)
Jaclyn O’Neil ’06     38 (2002-03)   Farren Hart ’08        70 (2004-2008)   Stefanie McLean ’07    42 (2005-06)     Tiffany Hart ’10       100 (2006-2010)

                                                               Alex Bresler ’12

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                       ALL-AMERICANS AT ELMIRA COLLEGE

      LeAnne Denman ’05                    Laura Hurd ’05                  Edith Racine ’05
           Defense                            Forward                         Goaltender
 Second Team 2001-02, 2002-03,     2005 National Player of the Year       First Team 2004-05
           2003-04                  First Team 2001-02, 2002-03,         Second Team 2002-03
                                           2003-04, 2004-05

        Kayla Coady ’09                Allison Cubberley ’09                 Jamie Kivi ’10
            Forward                          Goaltender                         Defense
2009 National Player of the Year        First Team 2008-09            First Team 2008-09, 2009-10
      First Team 2008-09
     Second Team 2007-08

26              2010-11 Elmira College Women’s Ice Hockey
                                                                                             Women’s Hockey Alumni
           “If you’re one of the privileged few to attend this College be ready to follow your dream; a college education while doing what you desire, play-
ing hockey for an elite team. Isn’t that what you dreamed of accomplishing? I know I did.
           What stands out in my mind most of all is the chemistry we had and how we always played for each other. Everyone has always been dedi-
cated to make both themselves a better player as well as their teammates. That is what wins championships. The best feeling in the world is competing
for the NCAA championship. The excitement, the media and publicity, the pressure, the huge crowds and the overall feeling of being on the ice in that
moment is indescribable. It is something you have to experience to fully understand. That should be your goal…
           If you’re dedicated, hard working and ready to grow into the best person and athlete that you can be, then you will excel on this team and at
this college.”

                                                                             ˜Jackie O’Neil ’06 (Last Team - Toronto Aeros Int. AA)
                                                                             ECAC West Rookie of the Year ’03
                                                                             ECAC West All Rookie Team ’03
                                                                             1st Team All ECAC West ’05, ’06
                                                                             ECAC West All Academic Team ’04, ’05, ’06
                                                                             Co-leader in Career Games Played at EC
                                                                             3rd in All-Time Career Points & Assists at EC
                                                                             ECAC West Co-Player of the Year ’06
                                                                             Team Captain ’06
                                                                             Member - ECAC West Championship Team ’03, ’04, ’05
                                                                             Member - NCAA Championship Team ’03

           “To be an Elmira College Women’s Hockey Player is to be part of a family. We are a bunch of “sisters” who will guard each other until the
 end. With constant effort and determination we are able to make not only ourselves better, but the team and community as a whole. We are the type
 of people that will be friends for life. To enter our team is to enter a bond that will never be forgotten. From the ups of the season to the lows we will
 always be there for one another and I know that is something I will take with me forever.
 Anything, anytime, anywhere…we will be there.”

           ˜Michelle Rennie ’04
           (Last Team -- Mercyhurst College)
           1st Team All ECAC West ’02
           ECAC West All Academic Team ’03, ’04
           Team Captain ’03, ’04, ’05
           Member - ECAC West Championship Team ’02, ’03, ’04
           Member - NCAA Championship Team ’02, ’03
           Assistant Coach - ECAC West Championship Team ’05

           27                 2010-11 Elmira College Women’s Ice Hockey
                                              Soaring Eagles Across North America
Caitlin Metcalf ’13

Alex Bresler ’12
Maddy Charbonneau ’14

Lindsay Mitchell ’12
Mary-Kate Gellerman ’13

Tanis Lamoureux ’14

New Jersey
Amber Tirri ’13

New York
Amanda Ritzel ’11
Jennie Robinson ’14

Samantha McGuire ’13

Alex McPhail ’12, Madison Johnston ’13, Laura Proietto ’13, Lauren Sullivan ’13, Tori Charron
’14, Briana Saltstone ’14, Samantha Curk ’13, Kelsey Evershed ’14, Jocelynne Hudgins ’14, Ella
Stewart ’14, Nicole Court ’14

Lauren Campbell ’12

Kathryn Walker ’12

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                                                                        Soaring Eagles in the Classroom
  At Elmira College academics are a priority and we believe in the
DIII philosophy which offers Student-Athletes the opportunity to
become well-rounded individuals who successfully integrate athlet-
ics and academics.
  EC Student-Athletes score big on the ice and in the classroom, as
61% have a GPA of 3.0 or better.
  The Women’s Hockey program stress academics even more so.
Each member of the team is required to attend team study hall
hours during each term in order to reach their personal academic
  Academically the College provides the resources for all students to
succeed. Academic tutoring and support is free to all full-time stu-
dents. In addition, tutors in math and writing are available in
freshman dormitory lounges many evenings during Term I and
Term II. Each week, all freshman in our nationally recognized
Writing Program must attend three class meetings and a one half-
hour individual tutorial session with their instructor to review and
improve their writing skills.
  EC continues to be on the forefront of developing exciting and
unique academic experiences throughout the year. In the spring
term students are encouraged to study abroad and to take classes of
higher interest. Students have studied in countries such as San
Salvador, the Bahamas, Spain, France, Russia, Italy, Germany, Ec-

               2009-10 ECAC West
               All-Academic Team
               (3.0 GPA or better)

          Karen Colehour ’10
          Tiffany Hart ’10
          Jamie Kivi ’10
          Amanda Ritzel ’11
          Alex Bresler ’12
          Caitlin Manahan ’12
          Lindsay Mitchell ’12
          Katy Walker ’12

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                                                            Soaring Eagles in the Community
                  Community Service
 Elmira College is where common good is a required course.
We expect Elmira College graduates to be thrust into leader-
ship roles in their future communities. Community service is
an important part of fulfilling that role. Elmira College is the
only College in the nation to require and give credit for both
and internship and community service. With that, EC is
committed to fostering an environment where students look
to help the greater good.

 The Women’s Hockey program is a shining of example of
the importance and impact that community service can have.
All members of the Varsity Women’s Ice Hockey program
exceed expectations by volunteering in the Elmira, Corning
and other local communities at least twice a month.

 Our Women’s Ice Hockey athletes volunteer with various
groups and organizations such as:

•    Breast Cancer Awareness
•    CHAMPS Life Skills
•    Elmira Animal Shelter
•    Elmira City School District
•    Elmira Food Bank
•    Head Start
•    Second Chance Ranch
•    SOAR (reading program)
•    Southern Tier Pediatrics
•    St. John Church
•    YMCA Camp Cory

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                                                        Soaring Eagles in the Weight Room
          Strength and Conditioning
  Each year the goal of the EC Women’s Hockey pro-
gram is to compete to win another National Champi-
onship. It is the combination of cardiovascular condi-
tioning, weight training and on-ice development that
will allow the program to reach that goal.

 The primary objective of the Elmira College Women’s
Hockey Strength and Conditioning program is to pro-
vide sport specific training which will help each athlete
reach their maximum on-ice potential.

 The program is year round and is broken into four
crucial and integrated segments: Off-season, Pre-
season, In-season and Post-season training. Each seg-
ment includes specific goals for all team members in
order to improve upon the athlete’s weaknesses and
raise the fitness level for on-ice performance. A major
emphasis is placed on developing speed, as well as func-
tional power and strength in order for the athlete to
reach their highest potential.

 Finally the strength and conditioning program not
only serves as an imperative way to improve perform-
ance, but is also a critical means to avoid injuries
throughout the demanding hockey season.

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                                                               Murray Athletic Center

                     A Closer Look at the Murray Athletic Center
           The Murray Athletic Center, or the Domes, is the
home of the Soaring Eagles Hockey program and has been
for the past 30 years.
           In the summer of 2001 a major renovation pro-
ject took place that included new locker rooms and new
offices for the hockey program, as well as four new multi-
purpose locker rooms and a new sports medicine area.
These enhancements to the facility provide the Soaring
Eagles with a state-of-the-art locker room which includes
individual maple player stalls, a stick room with work
bench area, stereo and entertainment center, video editing
equipment, coaches offices and meeting area, intercom
system, and dehumidification system.
           The Murray Athletic Center has been one of the
premiere Division III hockey facilities in the country and
these improvements demonstrate the College's commit-
ment to provide the student-athletes with the necessary
facilities to support the athletics programs at the College.
           The Soaring Eagles continue to have one of the
highest home attendance averages in the country with fre-
quent sell-out crowds. The Domes are a truly unique facil-
ity that the Soaring Eagles are happy to call home, and a
place where few opponents enjoy much success.

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                                                                 Elmira College Sports Administration
                     Pat Thompson ’75, MS ’88
                     Vice President of Athletics
                     and Health Services
                            Now entering her thirty-third year
                       as part of the Elmira College Admini-
                       stration, Pat Thompson, ’75, MS ’88, is
                       committed to overseeing a quality ath-
letics program, with student-athletes who excel on the field,
and also in the classroom. In her 23 years as the Director of
Athletics at Elmira College, the quality of athletics at the
College has grown exponentially. Highlights of Thomp-
son’s tenure include:
• Increased participation opportunities for student-
      athletes, which now include sixteen varsity and ten
      junior varsity sports;
• Improved facilities, equipment, and expanded sports
      medicine services;
• Athletic success in all three seasons for both men’s and
      women’s programs credited to the expanded opportu-
      nity to recruit high caliber student-athletes, develop-
      ment of competitive schedules, initiation of a graduate
      assistant program, along with a staff of qualified and              Elmira College President Dr. Thomas K. Meier,
      dedicated coaches;                                                  Vice President of Athletics and Health Services
• Initiation of the Student-Athlete Advisory Board,                                     Pat Thompson ’75
      which is a representative committee of all student-
      athletes at Elmira College (varsity and junior varsity);
• Initiation of NCAA CHAMPS-Life Skills program;
• Conference affiliation in the Empire 8;
• Promotion of camps, clinics, and community service
      programs for area youth, including SOAR (Student-
      Athletes Offer Assistance in Reading).
      In 2001, Thompson implemented the women’s ice
hockey program at Elmira College. In their first season of
Division III competition, the 2002 Soaring Eagles won the
National Title and repeated in 2003.                                     Jen Bozek MS ’00                      Phil Levkanich
      Dean Thompson played a major role in the construc-                 Associate Director                   Facility Manager
tion project management of Emerson Hall, which opened in                    of Athletics                    Murray Athletic Center
1996. This facility has created many new programming
opportunities and has brought the excitement of basketball
and volleyball back to Campus. She also has managed the
Murray Athletic Center hockey locker room renovation
project. This upgrade and addition is a major enhancement
to the Soaring Eagles ice hockey program.
      She has received a variety of accolades and awards for
her hard work. In addition to receiving the Paul Brand
Athletics Staff Award in 1983 and 1996, the Elmira College
Student Association recognized her as “Administrator of the
Year” in 1992. In 1995, Thompson received the Douglas
Anderson Award in recognition of her excellence in admin-
                                                                            Aaron Saul ’98                     Randie Torgalski
istrative leadership at Elmira College. The Chemung                    Administrative Assistant-        Administrative Assistant-Athletics
County Chamber of Commerce honored her as the recipi-                  Eligibility and Academic        Scheduling and Game Management
ent of the 1997 Athena Award which recognizes exceptional
individuals who demonstrate support of professional
women and work unselfishly on their behalf; provide valu-
able service to his or her business or profession; and exhibit
initiative and creativity.
      In addition, Thompson has been an active member of
numerous NCAA committees, including the NCAA Coun-
cil, Committee on Women’s Interests, Promotions and
Public Relations and the Division III Steering Committee.
She has also been an active participant on the ECAC Execu-
tive Council, Robbins Scholar-Athlete Committee, and
                                                                                                                  Rhonda Faunce
ECAC Commissioner Search Committee. She currently                       Jeremiah Kneeland ‘05                   Director of Physical
serves on the Community Foundation Board and serves as                  Director of Community                       Education
an officer on the St. Joseph’s Hospital Board.                         Outreach and Intramurals

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                                                                                          Elmira College Sports Medicine
                             Dave Tomkalski, MA, ATC                                                               Molly Hopkins
                                    Dave Tomkalski, Elmira Col-                                                  Hopkins, a graduate of Urbana University
                          lege’s Head Athletics has coordinated                                                  in 2009, is in her second year with Elmira
                          the Sports Medicine services for the                                                   College Sports Medicine Staff. Hopkins
                          Soaring Eagles athletics program since                                                 earned a B.S. in Athletic Training and Exer-
                          1993. Additionally, Dave is an instruc-                                                cise Science during her time as an under-
                          tor in Physical Education, teaching                                                    graduate. She has served as a Sports Medi-
                          courses in sports medicine.                                                            cine: Athletic Training Intern at Wittenberg
                                    Dave earned a Bachelor’s De-                                                 University and has served as an Assistant
                          gree in Physical Education and Athletic                                                Athletic Trainer at Urbana University. Hop-
                          Training from the University of Toledo                                                 kins has also obtained experience by work-
and a Master’s Degree in Sports Medicine from Western Michi-                           ing with the Springfield Regional Medical Center and Springfield
gan University. He is certified by the NATA (National Athletic                         Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Institute.
Trainers Association) and the state of New York, as well as be-
ing a certified instructor for the American Red Cross in First
Aid and CPR.                                                                                                       Catherine Bersuder
           Prior to his arrival at Elmira College, Dave served as                                                Bersuder enters her first year with the El-
the Head Athletics Trainer at Trinity College in Hartford, CT,                                                   mira College Sports Medicine Sports Medi-
The American University in Washington, DC, a Sports Medi-                                                        cine Staff. She is a recent graduate of Grand
cine Clinic in eastern Pennsylvania and as an Assistant Athlet-                                                  Valley State University in Allendale Michi-
ics Trainer at Grand Valley State College in Allendale, MI.                                                      gan. While at Grand Valley State she
           In addition, Dave has worked as an intern trainer with                                                earned a B.S. in Athletic Training. During
the Cleveland Cavaliers of the NBA, the Head Athletics                                                           her time in college she logged hundreds of
Trainer for the Washington Diplomats of the APSL (American                                                       hour of experience working with the Univer-
Professional Soccer League), and as a Staff Trainer for the 1984                                                 sity’s football team as well as working with
Olympic Wrestling Trials. Dave is one of the founders and the                                                    local high schools. Bersuder will be working
first president of the District of Columbia Athletic Trainers                          to obtain a Masters degree in during her stay with the Soaring Ea-
Association. He is an active member of the Elmira community,                           gles.
having presented at many clinics and symposiums, including
lecturing volunteers of the Special Olympics on how to recog-
nize and treat injuries.                                                                                           Shelley Jamiel
                                                                                                                   Jamiel, a 2010 graduate of the University of
                                                                                                                   South Florida, enters her first year with the
                                                                                                                   EC Sports Medicine Staff. During her time
                                                                                                                   at USF, Jamiel earned a B.S. in Athletic
                                                                                                                   Training. Her experience in sports medi-
                                                                                                                   cine primarily was with USF athletic teams
                                                                                                                   which included Baseball, Track and Field,
                                                                                                                   and Football teams. Jamiel is also a member
                                                                                                                   of the National athletic Trainers’ Associa-
                                                                                                                   tion. During her time at Elmira, she will be
                                                                                       pursing a Masters Degree.

                                                                                                                   Steve Ruhmel
                                                                                                                 Ruhmel enters his first year with the Elmira
                                                                                                                 College Sports Medicine Staff. Prior to EC,
                                                                                                                 Ruhmel earned his B.S. in Athletic Training
                                                                                                                 from the University of South Florida. He
                                                                                                                 has had sports medicine experience working
                                                                                                                 with USF Baseball, Football, Volleyball, and
                                                                                                                 Tennis teams. While at USF Ruhmel cov-
                                                                                                                 ered the 2009 Big East Tennis Tournament
                                                                                                                 and the 2009 Women’s NCAA Volleyball
 Student Athletic Training: Back Row: (left to right) Dave Tomakalski (Head Athletic                             Championships. He is a member of the
 Trainer), Shelley Jamiel (Assistant Athletic Trainer) Amanda Ritzel ’11, Waysha       National Athletic Trainers Association. While at Elmira College he
 McKinney ’12, Kathleen Keefer ’11, Jessica Marchand ’11, Stephany Fontinell ’11,
 Sara Dragosz ’11, Kalynn Tindall ’11, Cassandra Fontinell ’11, Darcy James ’12,       will be pursuing a Masters Degree.
 Catherine Bersuder (Assistant Athletic Trainer) Steve Ruhmel (Assistant Athletic
 Trainer). Front Row: (left to right) Keisha Malone ’12, Elyse Colby ’12, Caitlin
 Roman ’11, Carlie Cerne ’11, Miranda Knight ’11, Andrea Masiello ’11, Jaclyn
 Johrden ’12, Karissa Wilson ’12, Rosa Tift ’11, Molly Hopkins (Assistant Athletic

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                        2010-2011 WOMEN’S VARSITY
                          ICE HOCKEY SCHEDULE
         DAY--DATE            OPPONENT                                                     SITE    TIME
        Fri., Oct. 29        Norwich Classic                                                 A       4:00 p.m.
        Sat., Oct. 30        Norwich Classic                                                 A       6:00 p.m.
        Sat., Nov. 6         SUNY Oswego*                                                    A       3:00 p.m.
        Sun., Nov. 7         SUNY Oswego*                                                    A       3:00 p.m.
        Fri., Nov. 12        Manhattanville*                                                 H       7:00 p.m.
        Sat., Nov. 13        Manhattanville*                                                 H       3:00 p.m.
        Fri., Nov. 19        SUNY Cortland*                                                  H       7:00 p.m.
        Sat., Nov. 20        SUNY Cortland*                                                  H       3:00 p.m.
        Sat., Dec. 4         Utica*                                                          A       7:00 p.m.
        Sun., Dec. 5         Utica*                                                          A       3:00 p.m.
        Sat., Dec. 11        SUNY Plattsburgh*                                               A       7:00 p.m.
        Sun., Dec. 12        SUNY Plattsburgh*                                               A       3:00 p.m.
        Sun., Jan. 2         SUNY Plattsburgh Tournament                                     A       7:00 p.m.
        Mon., Jan. 3         SUNY Plattsburgh Tournament                                     A       TBA
        Sat., Jan. 8         Hamilton                                                        H       7:00 p.m.
        Fri., Jan. 14        SUNY Potsdam*                                                   H       7:00 p.m.
        Sat., Jan. 15        SUNY Potsdam*                                                   H       3:00 p.m.
        Fri., Jan. 21        Neumann*                                                        A       7:00 p.m.
        Sat., Jan. 22        Neumann*                                                        A       3:00 p.m.
        Sat., Jan. 29        Chatham                                                         H       7:00 p.m.
        Sun., Jan. 30        Chatham                                                         H       2:00 p.m.
        Fri., Feb. 4         RIT*                                                            H       7:00 p.m.
        Sat., Feb. 12        Buffalo State*                                                  A       4:00 p.m.
        Sun., Feb. 13        Buffalo State*                                                  A       1:00 p.m.
        Sat., Feb. 19        RIT*                                                            H       7:00 p.m.
        Sat., Feb. 26        ECAC West Tournament                                            TBA     TBA
        Sat., Mar. 5         ECAC West Semifinals                                            TBA     TBA
        Sun., Mar. 6         ECAC West Championship                                          TBA     TBA

                                  * Denotes ECAC West Conference contest
                                  HOME GAMES ARE IN BOLD ITALICS

DAY--DATE                    OPPONENT                                                      SITE    TIME
Sat., Oct. 23                Oswego State Club                                             H       12:30 p.m.
Sun., Oct. 24                Ithaca Shooting Stars                                         H       12:30 p.m.
Sun., Oct. 31                Cornell Club                                                  H       11:00 a.m.
Sun., Nov. 14                Cornell Club                                                  H       Noon
Mon., Dec. 6                 Penn. State Club                                              H       7:00 p.m.
Sun., Jan. 23                Syracuse University Club                                      H       3:30 p.m.
Fri., Jan. 28                Philadelphia U17                                              H       7:00 p.m.
Sat., Jan. 29                Rochester Edge U16                                            H       Noon
Sun., Jan. 30                Cornell Club                                                  H       10:00 a.m.

                                Home games will be played at the Murray Athletics Center

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