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					                                  WOMEN’S HOCKEY RELEASE • JAN. 31, 2006


Upcoming Events                                 THE MATCH-UP
                                                     The top-ranked women’s hockey team (23-2-1, 18-1-1
Friday-Saturday, Feb. 3-4                       WCHA) looks to continue its 12-game unbeaten streak this
                                                weekend with its second season series vs. St. Cloud State (12-
St. Cloud State
                                                13-1, 9-10-1 WCHA).
National Hockey Center
St. Cloud, Minn.                                     The Badgers boosted its cushion in the WCHA standings
                                                to six points. They were assisted by this week's rival, St. Cloud
2:07 p.m. both days                             State sweeping second-place Minnesota Duluth.

    The Badgers are 22-3-0 vs. SCSU. The            Head coach Mark Johnson is now just two wins shy of his
Badgers swept the Huskies at the Kohl           100th UW and career win with a 98-25-10 record
Center Nov. 4-5 behind 5-2 and 3-1 wins.
                                                     The nation’s points leader, junior Sara Bauer, added a goal
      Current Badgers to score vs. the          and two assists to her record in the series. Bauer’s 42 points this
Huskies this season are: Zaugg (3), Bauer       season put her tied with Sis Paulsen’s 130 career points for third    Junior Sara Bauer moved into
(2), Hagen, Keseley, Slusar.                    place on the UW’s all-time list.
                                                                                                                         a tie for third place on the
Other WCHA Games This Week                          The Badgers’ offense is led by junior Sara Bauer with 40            UW’s all-time career points
                                                points in 23 games. Last season, the team was 15-3-0 when             list with her three-point week-
Feb. 3-4
                                                Bauer scored a goal and is 13-0-1 this season.                                   end vs. BSU.
#4 Minnesota Duluth @ Ohio State
North Dakota @ Bemidji State
                                                      On defense, Bobbi-Jo Slusar has 27 points, 20 coming from
Minnesota State @ #5 Minnesota
                                                assists. Wisconsin is an undefeated 15-0 when she has an assist.
Other Top-10 Games This Week
                                                     The Badgers’ longest program winning streak (12 games) was snapped in their 2-1 loss to
Jan. 31                                         then-No. 4 UNH. They are closing in on that number again with the current 12-game unbeat-
#8 Princeton @ Quinnipiac                       en streak (nine winning).
Feb. 1
#2 New Hampshire @ #10 Providence                   The Badgers completed the program’s longest road stand (13 games) Nov. 9 to Jan. 14 and
                                                went 11-1-1 in those games.
Feb. 3
Brown @ #7 Harvard                                   The Badgers earned their 100th WCHA win in a 3-2 decision vs. North Dakota Oct. 28 at
Quinnipiac @ #9 Clarkson                        the Kohl Center. Also reaching the 100-mark, but in points, was Sara Bauer on a short-handed
Colgate @ #6 Mercyhurst                         goal on Oct. 29. She joins just four other Badgers to reach the mark.
#8 Princeton @ #3 St. Lawrence
Feb. 4                                              The Badgers were picked No. 1 in the WCHA coaches’ poll. Sara Bauer was selected as the
Colgate @ #6 Mercyhurst                         conference preseason player of the year. She was also named to the preseason All-USCHO first
#2 New Hampshire @ Boston College               team.
#10 Providence @ Vermont
Yale @ #7 Harvard                                   Three Wisconsin skaters were named to the Dartmouth Classic all-tournament team: Sara
                                                Bauer, Jinelle Zaugg and Bobbi-Jo Slusar. With three, UW boasted the most players on the all-
#8 Princeton @ #9 Clarkson
                                                tournament team.
Quinnipiac @ #3 St. Lawrence
Feb. 5                                              For the first time in school history both the men’s and women’s hockey teams were
#10 Providence @ Vermont                        ranked No. 1 in both hockey polls, Jan. 17. The only school to have both teams at the top was
                                                Minnesota, which did it four times during the 2004–05 season.


PATTY KAZMAIER                                  SCOUTING... ST. CLOUD STATE

MEMORIAL AWARD                                       The Huskies recorded their first-ever sweep of Minnesota Duluth at the National Hockey
                                                Center winning 2-1 Friday and 3-1 Saturday. This also marks the first time in school history
                                                that the Huskies have swept a ranked team and the first time UMD has been swept this sea-
 Vote for Sara Bauer                            son.
and Bobbi-Jo Slusar at                               Kristy Oonincx led the Huskies in scoring this weekend with four points (3g, 1a), includ-
   www.pattykaz.com                             ing the game-winning goals in both games. The big star of the weekend for SCSU was junior
                                                goaltender and assistant captain Lauri St. Jacques who held UMD to just two goals in 83
                                                attempts and notched a career high 81 saves in a weekend series. Both were named
                                                WCHA players of the week for their efforts.

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         NOTEBOOK
                                                                                                                       Less than four minutes
BADGER                                                                                                           later, a beautiful passes from
                                                                                                                 Lawler and Zaugg resulted in the
                                                                                                                 fourth goal of the game for the
                                                                                                                 Badger team. Cole was the recip-
                                                                                                                 ient of Zaugg’s pass, striking the
                                                                                                                 puck from the slot.
EARLY FAVORITES                       30+ SEASONS                           LAST TIME OUT
                                           Three Badgers have                                                         Bemidji State had the last
     For the first time in school
                                      eclipsed the 30-point barrier              The No. 1 Wisconsin             word at 10:51 when a Wisconsin
history the Wisconsin women’s
                                      this season. Bauer (42), Zaugg        women’s hockey team out-shot,        defender misguided a pass,
hockey team debuted at No. 1 in
                                      (32) and Cole (30) have reached       out-scored and out-played non-       which was then intercepted by
the USCHO.com preseason
                                      30 points. It is the first 30+ sea-   ranked Bemidji State to sweep        BSU’s Jessica Pullar.
standings. Released Oct. 3, the
                                      son for Zaugg, the second for         with 4-2 and 3-1 wins at the
poll also pointed to St. Lawrence
                                      Cole and third for Bauer. Only        Kohl Center.                               In goal for Wisconsin,
to share the top slot. In the USA
                                      12 Badgers have ever had 30+                                               Dufour collected 15 saves, while
Today/AHM poll Wisconsin
                                      seasons. Seven have had 40+                 In Saturday’s game, both       Bemidji State’s Brookshaw
came in one point behind SLU
                                      and three 50+. Meghan Hunter          teams were scoreless for more        stopped 34 shots. In the
at second.
                                      holds the record with 78 points       than 18 minutes of action in the     rematch Sunday, a scoreless
                                      in ther 2000-01 season.               first period. Positioned between     opening period led to Wisconsin
IN-STATE RECRUITS                                                           the hash marks, freshman Erika       striking at 12:46 in the second.
     The 2005–06 Badger roster                                              Lawler slapped the puck past
boasts eight skaters from             INCOMING REPORT
                                                                            BSU defenders and goalie Emily            Cole netted a goal from
Wisconsin—Rachel Bible (Black               Wisconsin’s newest edi-
                                                                            Brookshaw, to put the first point    the slot with freshman
River Falls), Nikki Burish            tions are earning their keep.
                                                                            on the scoreboard. Alycia            Matthews and Bauer credited
(Madison), Meghan Horras              Freshmen linemates Angie
                                                                            Matthews was credited with her       with assists on the play.
(Appleton), Cyndy Kenyon              Keseley (St. Louis Park, Minn.),
                                                                            fourth season assist, while Angie
(Sparta), Heidi Kletzien              Erika Lawler (Fitchburg, Mass.)
                                                                            Keseley also contributed to the           On a power play drive just
(Manitowoc), Jessie Vetter            and Tia Hanson (Medicine Hat,
                                                                            play, with her 15th season assist.   over two minutes later, Bobbi-Jo
(Cottage Grove), Kristen Witting      Alberta) have combined for 74
                                      points this season. Keseley leads                                          Slusar and Bauer completed
(Beloit) and Jinelle Zaugg (Eagle                                                 Wisconsin easily notched
                                      the group with 9-15=24 fol-                                                passes in the Badger offensive
River).                                                                     its second goal of the game just
                                      lowed by Lawler at 7-14=21 and                                             zone for Meghan Mikkelson to
                                      Hanson at 7-8=15. Fellow for-         4:37 following the first intermis-   finish with a hard shot from the
NATIONAL TEAM ROSTERS                                                       sion. Captain Sharon Cole and        right circle. The goal was
                                      ward, Kayla Hagen (Crosslake,
     Juniors Bobbi-Jo Slusar,                                               Jinelle Zaugg made two quick         Mikkelson’s second of the sea-
                                      Minn.) has five points (2-3=5 ).
Meaghan Mikkelson and Sara                                                  passes across Beaver territory, to   son and the eventual game-win-
                                      Defenders Alycia Matthews
Bauer earned spots on the                                                   linemate Sara Bauer who collect-     ner.
                                      (Castlegar, British Columbia)
Canadian Under-22 team and                                                  ed the puck in front of the
                                      and Rachel Bible (Black River
helped the team win the Air                                                 crease and scored.                        The Beavers responded less
                                      Falls, Wis.) have seven and two
Canada Cup in Germany, Jan.                                                                                      than two minutes later when
                                      points, respectively.
3-7. It was the third selection                                                 Wisconsin goalie Christine       right wing Kelly Hart pushed the
for Slusar and Mikkelson and                                                Dufour misplayed the puck, as        puck to defensemen Allison
Bauer’s debut.                        2006–07 COMMITMENTS
                                            Wisconsin signed four stu-      BSU’s Jenn Sadler arrived at the     Johanson who was positioned
                                      dent-athletes during the early        prime time to sweep the puck         above the right circle.
HOLDING THE LINE                      signing period. Forwards              around the right side of the         Johanson’s shot on goal turned
     UW has allowed fewer than                                              undefended net.                      into BSU’s first and only point
                                      Meghan Duggan (Danvers,
three goals in 99 of the 133                                                                                     of the game, as the puck
                                      Mass.), Emily Kranz (Waukesha,
games under Mark Johnson                                                          The Badgers responded in       whizzed past Badger goalie Jessie
                                      Wis.), Kyla Sanders (Parrish,
                                      Fla.) and goaltender Alannah          the third period at 2:06 after       Vetter’s left skate.
DOUBLE THE FUN                        McCready (Blaine, Minn.) will         shots taken by Keseley and Tia
      Ten Badgers have scored                                               Hanson were saved. A rejected             At 1:26 in the final period
                                      attend the University of
double figures in points (Bauer -                                           puck landed near the stick of        of action, UW’s Nikki Burish
                                      Wisconsin beginning in the
42, Zaugg - 32, Cole - 30, Slusar                                           Keseley who took a second crack      intercepted the puck from a BSU
                                      2006–07 school year.
- 28, Keseley - 24, Lawler - 21,                                            at it from the right side.           player in Badger territory and
Mikkelson - 21, Hanson - 15,                                                                                     skated the remaining length of
Burish - 15, Kenyon - 15).                                                                                       the ice right into the crease.
                                                                                                                 After quickly moving around
                                                                                                                 two Beaver defenders, Burish
                              WCHA Standings                                                                     strategically slipped the puck in
                                                                                                                 the back right pocket of the net..
                                         Jan. 30, 2006
                     WCHA                                        Overall                                              In goal, Luebke saved 53
  Team               Pts. GP        W-L-T Win % GF-GA            GP W-L-T Win% GF-GA                             shots, while Vetter, in her third
  1 Wisconsin         37  20        18-1-1 .925 84-32            26 23-2-1 .904 107-40                           career start, stopped 21 Beaver
                                                                                                                 shots. Vetter improved to 3-0-0
  2 Minnesota Duluth 31   22        15-6-1 .705 77-38            24 17-6-1 .729 89-40                            as a Badger.
  3 Minnesota         25  20        12-7-1 .625 55-38            26 17-8-1 .673 72-44
  4 St. Cloud State   19  20        9-10-1 .475 52-53            26 12-13-1 .481 71-69
  5 Minnesota State 18    20        8-10-2 .450 41-46            26 11-12-3 .481 58-62
    Ohio State        18  20        8-10-2 .450 54-71            26 11-11-4 .500 69-81
  7 Bemidji State     10  22        5-17-0 .227 42-81            28 6-20-2 .250 52-95
  8 North Dakota       6  20        2-16-2 .150 31-77            26 6-18-2 .269 50-91
      USA Today/USA                                              USCHO.com                                          Wisconsin
     Hockey Magazine                                                                                               in the Polls
       Division I Poll                                         Division I Poll                             Week
                                                                                                           Preseason
                                                                                                                       USA Today
                                                                                                                            2
                                                                                                                                      USCHO.com
                                                                                                                                           T1
               Jan. 31, 2006                                           Jan. 30, 2006                       Oct. 11          2               2
                                                                                                           Oct. 18          2               2
                                                                                                           Oct. 25          3               3
                             Last                                                                Last      Nov. 1           3               3
     Team                 Pts Wk. Record                    Team                     Record Pts Wk.        Nov. 8           3               3
1    Wisconsin (15)       186 1 23-2-1                 1    Wisconsin (9)            23-2-1 144     1      Nov. 15          3               3
2    New Hampshire (4)    175 2 21-2-1                 2    New Hampshire (6)         21-2-1 141    2      Nov. 22          2               1
3    St. Lawrence         143 5 20-3-2                 3    St. Lawrence              20-3-2 118    5      Nov. 28          4               4
4    Minnesota            124 4 17-8-1                 4    Minnesota Duluth          17-6-1 97     3      Dec. 6           3               4
5    Minnesota Duluth     123 3 17-6-1                 5    Minnesota                 17-8-1 93     4      Dec. 12          1               3
6    Mercyhurst           101 6 17-7-2                 6    Mercyhurst                17-7-2 82     6      Dec. 20          1            no poll
7    Harvard               67 7 10-7-2                 7    Harvard                   10-6-2 49     7      Jan. 10          1               2
8    Princeton             60 8 11-5-4                 8    Princeton                 11-5-4 39     8      Jan. 17          1              1
9    Clarkson              35 9 18-7-1                 9    Clarkson                   8-7-1 35     9      Jan. 24          1              1
10   Providence            12 10 13-8-4                10   Providence                13-8-4 13 10         Jan. 31          1              1
Others receiving votes: St. Cloud State 10,            Others receiving votes: St. Cloud State 11,
Ohio State 4, Maine 3, Boston College 2                Maine 2,Ohio State 1




      Wisconsin-St. Cloud State Comparison                                                                Scoring By...
                                                                                           First Line:    51-53=104    Senior           27-40=67
                                                                                              Cole          12-18=30     Cole            12-18=30
                                                                                              Bauer         19-23=42     Kenyon           5-10=15
                                                                                              Zaugg         20-12=32     Burish            6-9=15
                                                                                                                         Hutchins           4-3=7
                                                                                           Second Line:    15-22=37      Horras             0-0=0
                                                                                             Kenyon         5-10=15      Average        13.40 pts.
Overall Record            23-2-1          12-13-1              Overall Record                Burish           6-9=15
WCHA Record               18-1-1          9-10-1                WCHA Record                  Hutchins          4-3=7   Junior           32-74=106
Home Record               11-1-0          9-3-1                 Home Record                                              Bauer            19-23=42
                                                                                           Third Line:     23-37=60      Slusar            7-21=28
Road Record                9-0-1          3-10-0                 Road Record                 Keseley        9-15=24
Neutral Record             3-1-0          0-0-0                Neutral Record                                            Mikkelson         2-19=21
                                                                                             Lawler         7-14=21      Kletzien            3-3=6
Goals/Game                   4.12         2.73                    Goals/Game                 Hanson           7-8=15
Goals Allowed/Game           1.54         2.65           Goals Allowed/Game                                              Witting             0-4=4
Shots/Game                   36.1         28.8                    Shots/Game                                             Monteleone          1-2=3
                                                                                           Fourth Line:      6-8=14
Shots Allowed/Game           20.3         29.0           Shots Allowed/Game                                              Davis               0-1=1
                                                                                             Kletzien         3-3=6
Power Play           28/140, .200         28/133, .211             Power Play                                            Dufour              0-1=1
                                                                                             Hagen            2-3=5
Penalty Kill         98/114, .860         102/126, .810            Penalty Kill                                          Average         13.25 pts.
                                                                                             Monteleone       1-2=3
PIM/Game                       9.8        11.4                     PIM/Game                                            Sophomore        21-19=40
USCHO.com Poll                   1        RV                 USCHO.com Poll                Defense         12-59=71
                                                                                                                         Zaugg           20-12=32
USA Today/USA Hockey             1        RV           USA Today/USA Hockey                  Slusar         7-21=28
                                                                                                                         Morris             1-5=6
                                                                                             Mikkelson      2-19=21
                                                                                                                         Nordby             0-2=2
Leading Scorers:                          Leading Scorers:                                   Matthews          1-6=7
                                                                                                                         Average        13.33 pts.
Sara Bauer, Jr., F, 19-23=42              Kristy Oonincx, Sr., F, 15-19=34                   Morris            1-5=6
Jinelle Zaugg, So., F, 20-12=32           Hailey Clarkson, Jr., F, 12-17=29                  Witting           0-4=4   Freshman         27-47=74
Sharon Cole, Sr., F, 12-18=30             Danelle Magut, Jr., F, 10-15=25                    Bible             1-1=2     Keseley          9-15=24
                                                                                             Nordby            0-2=2     Lawler           7-14=21
Top Goalies:                              Top Goalies:                                       Davis             0-1=1     Hanson            7-8=15
Meghan Horras, Sr., 12-1-1, 1.74          Lauri St. Jacques, Jr., 6-8-1, 2.61 GAA,                                       Hagen              2-3=5
      GAA, .916 sv %                           .912 sv %                                   Defense Scoring by Year
                                                                                                                         Matthews           1-6=7
Christine Dufour, Jr., 8-1-0, 1.23 GAA,   Kendall Newell, So., 4-4-0, 2.49 GAA,            2004-05         29-73=102
                                                                                                                         Bible              1-1=2
      .937 sv %                                .916 sv %                                   2003-04          17-58=75
                                                                                                                         Vetter             0-0=0
Jessie Vetter, Fr., 3-0-0, 1.20 GAA,                                                       2002-03         25-75=100
                                                                                                                         Average        10.57 pts.
      .940 sv %                                                                            2001-02          24-61=85
                                                                                           2000-01         29-74=103
Head Coach: Mark Johnson                  Head Coach: Jason Lesteberg                      1999-2000        38-59=97
 USCHO Division I Pairwise Rankings (PWR)
 Includes games through Sunday, January 29, 2006

 Rk     Team                           GP      W- L- T        Win%                  Rk    RPI               Rk    PWR
 1      New Hampshire                  24      21-2-1         0.8958                 2|   0.6558             1|   16                                     Senior captain Sharon
 2      Wisconsin                      26      23-2-1         0.9038                 1|   0.6472             2|   15                                     Cole earned her first
 3      St. Lawrence                   25      20-3-2         0.8400                 3|   0.6182             4|   14                                     player of the week hon-
 4      Minnesota Duluth               24      17-6-1         0.7292                 4|   0.6226             3|   13                                     ors year after a five-
                                                                                                                                                         point weekend and a
 5      Minnesota                      26      17-8-1         0.6731                 7|   0.5929             5|   12
                                                                                                                                                         Badger road sweep of
 6      Mercyhurst                     26      17-7-2         0.6923                 6|   0.5770             6|   11                                     Minnesota.
 7      Clarkson*                      26      18-7-1         0.7115                 5|   0.5578             8|   10
 8      Princeton                      20      11-5-4         0.6500                10|   0.5659             7|   9
 9      Harvard                        18      10-6-2         0.6111                11|   0.5573             9|   7
 10     Providence                     25      13-8-4         0.6000                12|   0.5434            10|   7
 11     Brown                          22      11-9-2         0.5455                14|   0.5216            12|   7
 12     St. Cloud State                26      12-13-1        0.4808                17|   0.5181            13|   5
 13     Dartmouth                      18      8-8-2          0.5000                15|   0.5299            11|   3
 14     Boston College                 25      13-8-4         0.6000                12|   0.5168            14|   3
 15     Maine                          23      12-5-6         0.6522                 9|   0.5122            15|   2
 16     Ohio State                     26      11-11-4        0.5000                15|   0.5104            16|   1
 17     Wayne State                    26      10-12-4        0.4615                20|   0.5020            17|   1              Players of the Week
 * - not eligible for NCAA Tournament                                                                                            Name            Week             Institution
                                                                                                                                 Sara Bauer      10/31         WCHA Offensive
 The USCHO.com Pairwise Ranking attempts to mimic the method used by the NCAA Selection Committee to determine partic-           Sara Bauer       11/7         WCHA Offensive
 ipants for the NCAA Division I women's hockey tournament. The PWR compares only those with a Ratings Percentage Index           Sharon Cole     11/22        USCHO Offensive
 (RPI) at or above .500, judging them by five criteria: record against common opponents, record in last 16 games, head to head   Sharon Cole     11/22         WCHA Offensive
 competition, record against other teams at or above .500, and the RPI. For each comparison won, a team receives one point.      Angie Keseley   12/6           WCHA Rookie
 The final PWR ranking is based on the number of points (comparisons) won against teams with RPI at or above .500. Ties are
 settled by the RPI. Clarkson, Rensselaer and Sacred Heart are not eligible for the NCAA D1 Tournament, but games with these
                                                                                                                                 Sara Bauer      12/14        USCHO Offensive
 teams count for tournament selection. The PWR can be reformatted and redistributed by any media outlet or person, provided      Meghan Horras   12/14        WCHA Defensive
 USCHO's URL (http://www.uscho.com/) accompanies the results.                                                                    Sara Bauer       1/24        USCHO Offensive
                                                                                                                                 Sara Bauer       1/24         WCHA Offensive




 2005–06 WISCONSIN WOMEN’S HOCKEY ROSTER
No.         Name                                 Pos. Ht. Yr./Elig. S/C DOB                            Hometown (HS/Previous Team)
15          Bauer, Sara ** (AC)                   F    5-3  Jr./Jr.  R 5/11/84                         St. Catharines, Ontario (Saint Francis/Mississauga Ice Bears)
16          Bible, Rachel                         D    5-6 Fr./Fr.   R 12/24/86                        Black River Falls, Wis. (Sparta/Madison Capitols)
14          Burish, Nikki *** (AC)                F    5-5 Sr./Sr.   R 4/1/84                          Madison, Wis. (Edgewood)
11          Cole, Sharon *** (C)                  F    5-3 Sr./Sr.   L 10/24/83                        Bloomington, Minn. (Bloomington Jefferson)
25          Davis, Vicki *                        F    5-7  Jr./Jr.  L 2/2/84                          Edmonton, Alberta (FX-Edmonton/New Hampshire)
34          Dufour, Christine **                  G    5-8  Jr./Jr.  L 2/5/84                          Rivière-du-Loup, Québec (Pomfret School/Connecticut Polar Bears)
9           Hagen, Kayla                          F    5-5 Fr./Fr.   R 2/21/87                         Crosslake, Minn. (Hibbing)
29          Hanson, Tia                           F   5-4 Fr./Fr.    L 11/29/86                        Medicine Hat, Alberta (Medicine Hat)
1           Horras, Meghan ***                    G    5-7 Sr./Sr.   L 5/1/84                          Appleton, Wis. (North/Appleton United)
13          Hutchins, Grace ***                   F    5-5 Sr./Sr.   R 11/2/83                         Winnetka, Ill. (New Trier/Team Illinois)
21          Kenyon, Cyndy *                       F    5-4 Sr./Sr.   R 11/22/83                        Sparta, Wis. (Sparta/Northeastern)
5           Keseley, Angie                        F    5-7 Fr./Fr.   L 6/9/87                          St. Louis Park, Minn. (St. Louis Park)
12          Kletzien, Heidi **                    F    5-6  Jr./Jr.  L 5/1/85                          Manitowoc, Wis. (Lincoln/Madison Capitols)
7           Lawler, Erika                         F    5-0 Fr./Fr.   R 2/5/87                          Fitchburg, Mass. (Cushing Academy)
19          Matthews, Alycia                      D    5-8 Fr./Fr.   L 2/15/87                         Castlegar, British Columbia (Stanley Humphries Secondary School)
27          Mikkelson, Meaghan **                 F    5-9  Jr./Jr.  R 1/4/85                          St. Albert, Alberta (Bishop Carroll/Oval X-Treme)
23          Monteleone, Phoebe **                 F    5-4  Jr./Jr.  R 10/23/84                        Pittsburgh, Pa. (Fox Chapel/Ohio Flames)
6           Morris, Emily *                       D    5-5 So./So.   R 1/30/86                         Potsdam, N.Y. (Taft School)
4           Nordby, Mikka *                       D   5-10 So./So.   R 5/19/86                         Watford City, N.D. (Watford City)
10          Slusar, Bobbi-Jo **                   D    5-4  Jr./Jr.  L 6/6/85                          Swift Current, Saskatchewan (Athol Murray/Notre Dame Hounds)
30          Vetter, Jessie                        G    5-8 So./Fr.   L 12/19/85                        Cottage Grove, Wis. (Monona Grove)
17          Witting, Kristen **                   D   5-7   Jr./Jr.  L 9/4/84                          Beloit, Wis. (Memorial/Madison Capitols)
8           Zaugg, Jinelle *                      F    6-1 So./So.   L 3/27/86                         Eagle River, Wis. (Northland Pines)

Legend: (C) denotes captain; (AC) denotes assistant captains; # denotes fifth-year senior
 Head Coach Mark Johnson                                                    The Johnson Notebook...
                                                                            Coaching Accolades
 Over his three seasons as Wisconsin’s                                      • Has broken the school record for wins each season he has been at the helm
 head coach, Mark Johnson has estab-                                        (22 in 02-03, 25 in 03-04, 28+ in 04-05)
 lished himself and Badger women’s                                          • Assistant Coach, 2000 & 2002 U.S. Men’s Ice Hockey National Teams
 hockey as pillars in the hockey commu-                                     • On-ice Assistant Coach, 2001 U.S. Olympic Men’s Ice Hockey Orientation Camp
 nity. Creating a program with a strong                                     • Assistant Coach, UW men, 1996-2002
 foundation and the markings for great-                                     • Head Coach, Madison Monsters, 1995-96, and Verona High School, 1994-95.
 ness, Johnson and the team are poised
 to finish what they had hoped to last                                      Athletic Accolades
                                                                            • Wisconsin’s all-time leading goal scorer (125) and second all-time leading
 season with the program’s first-ever
                                                                            scorer (125-131=256)
 NCAA tournament berth.
                                                                            • WCHA Rookie of the Year (1977), WCHA MVP (1978-79), two-time first team
      In 2003 he was inducted to the                                        All-WCHA, two-time All-American, one of WCHA’s “Top 50 Players In 50 Years”
 National Shrine of American Hockey as a member of the 1980                 • Represented USA Hockey in 13 international tournaments
 U.S. Olympic hockey team. He was inducted again in 2004, for               • Led the 1980 U.S. Olympic team with 11 points, including two goals in the
 his individual accomplishments as a player and coach. Vince                “Miracle On Ice” game against the Soviet Union and an assist on the game-
 Lombardi Charitable Funds also honored Johnson’s volunteer                 winning goal against Finland to win the gold medal.
 work by presenting him with the 2004 ‘Award of Excellence’.                • Successful 11-year career in NHL where he recorded 203-305=508 in 669
 He was also bestowed the NCAA Silver Anniversary Award in                  games, including an 87-point season captaining the Hartford Whalers (1983–84)
 2005.
      Named the 2003 WCHA Co-Coach of the Year and also                     Honors & Awards
 one of eight finalists for the American Hockey Coaches                     • Vince Lombardi Charitable Funds also honored Johnson’s volunteer work by
 Associated Division I Coach of the Year, Johnson guided                    presenting him with the 2004 ‘Award of Excellence’
                                                                            • Awarded the 2005 NCAA Silver Anniversary Award
 Wisconsin to a 22-8-5 overall and 14-6-4 WCHA record that
                                                                            • 2003 WCHA Co-Coach of the Year and one of eight finalists for AHCA Div. I
 season.
                                                                            Coach of the Year
      During the 2004-05 season he led the team to another                  • Inducted into the IIHF Hall of Fame, the state of Wisconsin Athletic Hall of
 record-setting year. In every season under Johnson the team                Fame and was a charter member of UW’s National W Club Hall of Fame
 has surpassed the number of wins from the past season, set-                • Twice inducted to the National Shrine of American Hockey, first as a member
 ting school records each time. This season the team made                   of the 1980 Olympic team and most recently for his indivudual accomplishments
 school history as the first team to earn an NCAA berth.                    as a player and coach.


 JOHNSON’S COACHING RECORD
 Year          Organization                 Position         Record       Pct.   Conference Record           Place    Post-Season
 2004-05       Wisconsin Women              Head             28-9-1       .750     WCHA     20-7-1            3rd        NCAA
 2003-04       Wisconsin Women              Head             25-6-3       .779     WCHA     18-5-1            2nd
 2002-03       Wisconsin Women              Head             22-8-5       .700     WCHA     14-6-4            3rd

 2001-02       Wisconsin Men                Assistant         14-18-4     .389       WCHA        12-13-3      5th
 2000-01       Wisconsin Men                Assistant         22-15-4     .536       WCHA        14-10-4      5th          NCAA
 1999-00       Wisconsin Men                Assistant          31-9-1     .756       WCHA         23-5-0      1st          NCAA
 1998-99       Wisconsin Men                Assistant         15-19-4     .395       WCHA        13-12-3      4th
 1997-98       Wisconsin Men                Assistant         26-14-1     .634       WCHA        17-10-1      2nd          NCAA
 1996-97       Wisconsin Men                Assistant         15-21-2     .394       WCHA        15-15-2      7th

 1995-96       Madison Monsters             Head              37-30-7     .500
 1994-95       Verona High                  Head
 1993-94       Madison Memorial High        Assistant


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2005–06 WISCONSIN WOMEN’S HOCKEY SCHEDULE/RESULTS

Day           Date           Opponent (Rank)      Time/Result            UW Goal Scorers (Season Goals)                      Location
Saturday      Oct. 8         MINNESOTA DULUTH (4)    L 5-2               Cole (1), Kenyon (1)                                Kohl Center
Sunday        Oct. 9         MINNESOTA DULUTH (4)   W 4-3OT              Lawler (1), Slusar-pp (1), Hanson (1), Bauer-pp (1) Kohl Center
Saturday      Oct. 15        VERMONT                 W 5-0               Keseley (1), Bauer-ex, Cole (2), Bauer (3),         Kohl Center
                                                                         Zaugg (1)
Sunday        Oct. 16        VERMONT                         W 5-0       Zaugg (2), Slusar (2), Kenyon-pp (2), Cole (3),     Kohl Center
                                                                         Hanson (2)
Friday        Oct. 21        Minnesota State*                W 4-1       Cole, Bauer (4), Hanson (3), Cole-en (5)            Mankato, Minn.
Friday        Oct. 28        NORTH DAKOTA*                   W 3-2       Lawler (2), Keseley (2), Matthews (1)               Kohl Center
Saturday      Oct. 29        NORTH DAKOTA*                   W 8-0       Bauer-sh, Keseley, Zaugg, Kenyon (3),               Kohl Center
                                                                         Zaugg-pp (4), Kletzien-pp (1), Bauer (6), Keseley (4)

Friday        Nov. 4         ST. CLOUD STATE*                W 5-2       Bauer-pp (7), Zaugg, Slusar-pp (3), Hagen-pp (1),       Kohl Center
                                                                         Zaugg-en (6)
Saturday      Nov. 5         ST. CLOUD STATE*                W 3-1       Bauer (8), Zaugg-pp (7), Keseley (5)                    Kohl Center
Wednesday     Nov. 9         Minnesota State*^               W 7-1       Zaugg-pp, Zaugg-pp (9), Slusar (4), Kenyon (4),         Winona, Minn.
                                                                         Lawler (3), Kletzien (2), Hanson-pp (4)
Friday        Nov. 18        Minnesota (4)*                  W 2-0       Keseley (6), Cole-pp (6)                                Minneapolis
Saturday      Nov. 19        Minnesota (4)*                  W 6-2       Hanson (5), Burish-pp (1), Cole, Cole-pp (8),           Minneapolis
                                                                         Bauer (9), Zaugg (10)
Saturday      Nov. 26        Dartmouth#                      W 4-3       Zaugg, Bauer-pp, Bauer (11), Zaugg (12)                 Hanover, N.H.
Sunday        Nov. 27        New Hampshire (4) #             L 2-1       Zaugg-pp (13)                                           Hanover, N.H.

Saturday      Dec. 3         Bemidji State*                 W 10-3       Hanson (6), Hutchins, Bauer, Bauer-pp, Cole (9), Roseau, Minn.
                                                                         Burish (2), Lawler (4), Bauer-ht (14), Hutchins-pp,
                                                                         Hutchins-pp-ht (3)
Sunday        Dec. 4         Bemidji State*                  W 4-1       Keseley (7), Burish (3), Cole-pp (10), Lawler (5)   Roseau, Minn.
Friday        Dec. 9         Minnesota Duluth (1)*          T 2-2 OT     Bauer (15), Slusar (5)                              Duluth, Minn.
Saturday      Dec. 10        Minnesota Duluth (1)*           W 2-1       Bauer-sh (16), Hanson-pp (7)                        Duluth, Minn.

Friday        Jan.   6       Wayne State                     W 5-3       Burish (4), Zaugg, Zaugg, Bible, Zaugg-en (16)          Detroit
Saturday      Jan.   7       Wayne State                     W 3-0       Zaugg (17), Kletzien (3), Hutchins (4)                  Detroit
Friday        Jan.   13      North Dakota*                  W 2-1 OT     Hagen (2), Morris-pp (1)                                Grand Forks, N.D.
Saturday      Jan.   14      North Dakota*                   W 4-0       Lawler-pp (6), Slusar (6), Keseley (8), Zaugg (18)      Grand Forks, N.D.
Friday        Jan.   20      OHIO STATE*                    W 4-3 OT     Zaugg-pp, Zaugg (20), Monteleone (1),                   Kohl Center
                                                                         Bauer-sh (17)
Sunday        Jan. 22        OHIO STATE*                     W 5-1       Burish (5), Bauer (18), Mikkelson (1), Kenyon (5),      Kohl Center
                                                                         Slusar-pp (7)
Saturday      Jan. 28        BEMIDJI STATE*                  W 4-2       Lawler (7), Bauer (19), Keseley (9), Cole (11)          Kohl Center
Sunday        Jan. 29        BEMIDJI STATE*                  W 3-1       Cole (12), Mikkelson-pp (2), Burish (6)                 Kohl Center

Friday        Feb.   3       St. Cloud State*              2:07   p.m.                                                           St. Cloud, Minn.
Saturday      Feb.   4       St. Cloud State*              2:07   p.m.                                                           St. Cloud, Minn.
Friday        Feb.   10      MINNESOTA (5)*                7:07   p.m.                                                           Kohl Center
Saturday      Feb.   11      MINNESOTA (5)*                7:07   p.m.                                                           Kohl Center
Friday        Feb.   17      MINNESOTA STATE*              7:07   p.m.                                                           Kohl Center
Saturday      Feb.   18      MINNESOTA STATE*              7:07   p.m.                                                           Kohl Center
Friday        Feb.   24      Ohio State*                   6:07   p.m.                                                           Columbus, Ohio
Saturday      Feb.   25      Ohio State*                   3:07   p.m.                                                           Columbus, Ohio

Fri.-Sun.     Mar.   3-5     WCHA Playoffs (best of three)                                                                       conference sites
Sat.-Sun.     Mar.   11-12   WCHA Semifinals and Championship                                                                    Minneapolis
Fri.-Sun.     Mar.   17-19   NCAA Quarterfinals                                                                                  campus sites
Fri./Sun.     Mar.   24/26   NCAA Frozen Four                                                                                    Minneapolis


Please note: Team rankings in () are national rankings ( USCHO.com and/or USAToday) for that week; Italics denotes game-winning goals; (#) denotes
individuals season goals; PP denotes penalty-play goal; SH denotes short-handed goal; EX denotes a sixth skater on ice; EN denotes empty-net goals; HT
denotes hat trick; * denotes WCHA games; ^ denotes game rescheduled from Oct. 22 due to facility problems at All Seasons Arena; # denotes Dartmouth
Thanksgiving Tournament in Hanover, N.H.; home games in CAPS held at the Kohl Center. Schedule is subject to change; All times are Central; For ticket
information, call 1-800-GO-BADGERS or visit uwbadgers.com.
2005–06 WISCONSIN INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Overall: 23-2-1 Conf: 18-1-1 Home: 11-1-0 Away: 9-0-1 Neut: 3-1-0

     Name                  GP    G A Pts Shots       Pct +/- No-Min Min Maj Oth PP SH FG GW GTG OT HT PN UA
15   Bauer, Sara           24    19 23 42 90        .211 +29    2-4     2 0  0   5 3   4  6  0   2 1 0    4
8    Zaugg, Jinelle        26    20 12 32 98        .204 +30    8-16    8 0  0   7 1   5  5  0   0 1 0    0
11   Cole, Sharon          26    12 18 30 63        .190 +26    8-16    8 0  0   3 0   2  1  0   0 0 0    0
10   Slusar, Bobbi-Jo      25     7 21 28 101       .069 +25    8-16    8 0  0   3 0   0  1  0   0 0 0    0
5    Keseley, Angie        26    9 15 24 66         .136 +14    7-14    7 0  0   0 0   3  3  0   0 0 0    0
7    Lawler, Erika         26    7 14 21 62         .113 +14    6-12    6 0  0   1 0   4  1  0   0 0 0    1
27   Mikkelson, Meaghan    19     2 19 21 50        .040 +17 11-22     11 0  0   1 0   0  1  0   0 0 0    0
29   Hanson, Tia           26     7  8 15 45        .156 +12    6-12    6 0  0   2 0   2  1  0   0 0 0    0
14   Burish, Nikki         26     6  9 15 82        .073 +6    16-35   15 1  0   0 0   0  1  0   0 0 0    1
21   Kenyon, Cyndy         26     5 10 15 52        .096 +8    10-20   10 0  0   1 0   0  0  0   0 0 0    0
13   Hutchins, Grace       26     4  3 7    30      .133 +4     3-6     3 0  0   2 0   0  0  0   0 1 0    0
19   Matthews, Alycia      24     1  6 7    37      .027 +14    4-8     4 0  0   1 0   0  1  0   0 0 0    0
12   Kletzien, Heidi       26     3  3 6    14      .214 +6     2-4     2 0  0   1 0   0  0  0   0 0 0    0
6    Morris, Emily         26     1  5 6    48      .021 +15 12-24     12 0  0   1 0   0  1  0   1 0 0    0
9    Hagen, Kayla          19    2   3 5    36      .056 +4     4-19   2  1  1   1 0   1  0  0   0 0 0    0
17   Witting, Kristen      24     0  4 4    25      .000 +19 10-20     10 0  0   0 0   0  0  0   0 0 0    0
23   Monteleone, Phoebe    26     1  2 3    21      .048 +5     0-0     0 0  0   0 0   0  0  0   0 0 0    0
16   Bible, Rachel         17     1  1 2     6      .167 +10    0-0     0 0  0   0 0   0  1  0   0 0 0    0
4    Nordby, Mikka         25     0  2 2     7      .000 +5     1-2     1 0  0   0 0   0  0  0   0 0 0    0
25   Davis, Vicki           4     0  1 1     5      .000   0    1-2     1 0  0   0 0   0  0  0   0 0 0    0
34   Dufour, Christine      9     0  1 1     0      .000   0    0-0     0 0  0   0 0   0  0  0   0 0 0    0
     TEAM                   0     0  0 0     0      .000   0    1-2     1 0  0   0 0   0  0  0   0 0 0    0
     Total                 26   107 180287 938      .114 +263 120-254 117 2  1 29 4 21 23    0   3 3 0 6
     Opponents             26    40 51 91 528       .076   - 148-307 146 1   1 16 1    5  2  1   0 0 0    7

   Name                   GP-GS   Minutes     GA    Avg Saves    Pct   W    L    T Sho   PP   SH   EN   PEN   SOG
30 Vetter, Jessie           4-3    199:51       4   1.20  63    .940    3    0   0  1     2    0    0    0     0
34 Dufour, Christine        9-9    538:44      11   1.23 164    .937    8    1   0  3     5    1    0    0     0
1 Horras, Meghan          14-14    829:20     24    1.74 261    .916   12   1    1  2     9    0    0    0     0
   EMPTY NET                0-0     2:57       1      -   0     .000    0   0    0  0     0    0    1    0     0
   Total                   26-0   1570:52     40    1.53 488    .924   23   2    1  6    16    1    1    0     0
   Opponents               26-0   1570:52     107   4.09 831    .886    2   23   1  0    29    4    3    0     0

     POWER PLAY            GP     G   A Pts Shots Pct.
10   Slusar, Bobbi-Jo      25     3   12 15  53   .057
15   Bauer, Sara           24     5    8 13  20   .250
8    Zaugg, Jinelle        26     7    3 10  22   .318
11   Cole, Sharon          26     3    7 10  16   .188
27   Mikkelson, Meaghan    19     1    9 10  23   .043
21   Kenyon, Cyndy         26     1    5 6    9   .111
14   Burish, Nikki         26     0    5 5   15   .000
7    Lawler, Erika         26     1   3 4     7   .143
29   Hanson, Tia           26     2    1 3    8   .250
5    Keseley, Angie        26     0    3 3   11   .000
13   Hutchins, Grace       26     2    0 2    3   .667
9    Hagen, Kayla          19     1    1 2    8   .125
6    Morris, Emily         26     1   0 1    18   .056
19   Matthews, Alycia      24     1    0 1    3   .333
12   Kletzien, Heidi       26     1    0 1    1 1.000
17   Witting, Kristen      24     0    0 0   10   .000
4    Nordby, Mikka         25     0    0 0    1   .000
 2005–06 WISCONSIN TEAM STATISTICS

Overall                                                           Conference Only
Overall: 23-2-1                                                   Overall: 18-1-1
Home: 11-1-0 Away: 9-0-1 Neut: 3-1-0                              Home: 9-1-0 Away: 6-0-1 Neut: 3-0-0

TEAM STATISTICS                WIS            OPP                 TEAM STATISTICS                 WIS            OPP

SHOT STATISTICS                                                   SHOT STATISTICS
 Goals-Shot attempts          107-938     40-528                   Goals-Shot attempts   84-712   32-427
 Shot pct.                      .114       .076                    Shot pct.              .118     .075
 Goals/Game                      4.1        1.5                    Goals/Game              4.2      1.6
 Shots/Game                     36.1       20.3                    Shots/Game             35.6     21.4
 Assists                         180        51                     Assists                140       39

POWER PLAYS                                                       POWER PLAYS
 Goals-Power Plays            29-138      16-111                   Goals-Power Plays     26-114   14-91
 Conversion Percent            .210        .144                    Conversion Percent     .228     .154
 Shot Attempts                  228         137                    Shot Attempts           197     115
 Shot Percent                  .127        .117                    Shot Percent           .132     .122

GOAL BREAKDOWN                                                    GOAL BREAKDOWN
 Total Goals                   107            40                   Total Goals             84      32
 Power Play                     29            16                   Power Play              26      14
 Short-handed                   4             1                    Short-handed            4       1
 Empty net                      3             1                    Empty net               2       1
 Penalty                        0              0                   Penalty                 0        0
 Unassisted                     6             7                    Unassisted              6       7
 Overtime                       3             0                    Overtime                3       0
 Shootout                       0             0                    Shootout                0       0
 Delayed Penalty                0             0                    Delayed Penalty         0       0

PENALTIES                                                         PENALTIES
 Number                        120            148                  Number                  99      124
 Minutes                       254            307                  Minutes                201      259
 Penalties/Game                4.6            5.7                  Penalties/Game         4.9      6.2
 Pen minutes/Game              9.8            11.8                 Pen minutes/Game       10.1     12.9
 Minor                         117            146                  Minor                   98      122
 Major                          2              1                   Major                   1        1
 10-minute Misconduct           0              0                   10-minute Misconduct     0       0
 Game Misconduct                1              1                   Game Misconduct         0        1
 Gross Misconduct               0              0                   Gross Misconduct        0        0
 Match                          0              0                   Match                   0        0

SHOOTOUTS (Made-Att)            0-0           0-0                 SHOOTOUTS (Made-Att)             0-0           0-0

ATTENDANCE                                                        ATTENDANCE
 Total                         14722       8002                    Total                  13142  6551
 Dates/Avg Per Date           12/1227     10/800                   Dates/Avg Per Date    10/1314 7/936
 Neutral Site #/Avg            4/496                               Neutral Site #/Avg     3/586

GOALS BY PERIOD         1       2       3            OT   Total   GOALS BY PERIOD          1       2       3           OT   Total
Wisconsin               35      33      36            3    107    Wisconsin                29      23      29           3    84
Opponents               11      14      15            0    40     Opponents                 8      11      13           0    32

SAVES BY PERIOD          1      2        3           OT   Total   SAVES BY PERIOD          1        2       3          OT   Total
Wisconsin               157    170      161           0    488    Wisconsin               121      141     133          0    395
Opponents               279    303      243           6    831    Opponents               215      224     183          6    628
By the Numbers...
When Scoring first . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21-0-0
When Opponent scores first . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-2-1
                                                                                                     Across the Nation...                   (as of 1/30/06)

                                                                                                     Points per game                 Scoring Offense
When Leading after 1st period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17-0-0                    T1. Sara Bauer            42    1. New Hampshire         4.42
When Trailing after 1st period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-2-1                  T10. Jinelle Zaugg        32    2. Wisconsin             4.12
When Tied after 1st period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-0-0                  T16. Sharon Cole          30    3. St. Lawrence          3.80
When Leading after 2nd period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19-0-0                                                      4. Minnesota Duluth      3.71
When Trailing after 2nd period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1-0                    Goals per game                  5. Sacred Heart          3.65
When Tied after 2nd period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1-1                  2. Jinelle Zaugg          20
In Overtime . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0-1         T3. Sara Bauer            19    Scoring Defense (GA/Game)
                                                                                                                                     1. Clarkson           1.23
When Outshooting opponent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20-1-1                      Assists per game                2. St. Lawrence       1.24
When Outshot by opponent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1-0                    2. Sara Bauer             23    3. New Hampshire      1.29
When Shots are even . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0-0             T3. Bobbi-Jo Slusar       21    4. Wisconsin         1.54
                                                                                                     T13. Meaghan Mikkelson    18    5. Minnesota Duluth   1.67
When      Having      0-19 shots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1-0        T13. Sharon Cole          18
When      Having      20-29 shots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-0-0                                       Power Play
When      Having      30-39 shots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11-1-1        Power-play goals                1. New Hampshire         27.7
When      Having      40-49 shots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0-0       T3. Jinelle Zaugg          7    2. Harvard               24.7
When      Having      50+ shots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0-0                                       3. Maine                 22.2
                                                                                                     Short-handed goals              4. Princeton             21.6
When      Opponent         has   0-19 shots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11-0-0        T3. Sara Bauer             3    5. St. Lawrence          21.4
When      Opponent         has   20-29 shots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12-2-1                                         8. Wisconsin             20.0
When      Opponent         has   30-39 shots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0-0          Game-winning goals
When      Opponent         has   40-49 shots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0-0        T1. Sara Bauer             6    Penalty Kill
When      Opponent         has   50+ shots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0-0        T3. Jinelle Zaugg          5    1. St. Lawrence          91.5
                                                                                                     T22. Angie Keseley         3    2. Clarkson              90.6
In games decided by one goal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-1-0                                                  3. Mercyhurst            90.1
                                                                                                     Points per game (defense)       4. Minnesota Duluth      89.7
At home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11-1-0      2. Bobbi-Jo Slusar     1.17     5. Maine                 88.7
On the road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-0-1                                       16. Wisconsin            86.0
At neutral site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1-0       Points per game (rookies)
                                                                                                     T15. Angie Keseley     0.92
Against WCHA teams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18-1-1                 23. Erika Lawler       0.81
Against ECAC teams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0-0              39. Tia Hanson         0.58
Against CHA teams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0-0
Against Hockey East teams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1-0                 Goals-against average
Independent Teams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0-0               3. Christine Dufour      1.23
                                                                                                     7. Meghan Horras         1.74
In   October . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-1-0
In   November . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-1-0       Save Percentage
In   December . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0-1       3. Christine Dufour      .937
In   January . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-0-0    15. Meghan Horras        .916
In   February . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0-0
In   March . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0-0    Winning percentage
                                                                                                     1. Meghan Horras         .893
In the post-season . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0-0          2. Christine Dufour      .889



Multiple-Point Games:                                  Multiple-Goal Games                           Multiple-Assist Games           Current Point Streaks
Player            Times                                Player           Times                        Player            Times         Player   Games       Dates
Sara Bauer            14                               Jinelle Zaugg        6                        Sara Bauer            6         Bauer      4     1/20 - 1/29
Jinelle Zaugg         12                               Sara Bauer           4                        Sharon Cole           4         Matthews   2     1/28 - 1/29
Sharon Cole            8                               Sharon Cole          3                        Meaghan Mikkelson     4         Cole       2     1/28 - 1/29
Angie Keseley          7                               Grace Hutchins       1                        Jinelle Zaugg         4
Erika Lawler           6                               Angie Keseley        1                        Angie Keseley         3
Bobbi-Jo Slusar        6                                                                             Bobbi-Jo Slusar       3
Meaghan Mikkelson      4                                                                             Erika Lawler          2
Nikki Burish           3                                                                             Nikki Burish          1
Tia Hanson             2                                                                             Cyndy Kenyon          1
Grace Hutchins         1                                                                             Emily Morris          1
Cyndy Kenyon           1
Heidi Kletzien         1
Alycia Matthews        1
Emily Morris           1

				
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