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03.18.2012 | | Posted at 03:49 PM
By Nicole
Brianna Decker became Wisconsin's fourth winner of the Patty Kazmaier Award yesterday, joining Sara Bauer, Jessie Vetter and Meghan Duggan. The Patty Kaz is giving to the top women's hockey player in the country and the win is just the topper to a list of awards she's been given this year. Decker was also named a CCM Division I Women's Hockey All-American by the American Hockey Coaches Associatio...
03.18.2012 | | Posted at 03:43 PM
By Nicole
The Badger womens hockey team was dominant in the National Semifinal Friday night as they beat Boston College 6-2 to advance to the National Championship game Sunday at 5 pm. The National Championship game will be available via webcast on NCAA.com. Hilary Knight stepped her game, scoring two goals, as did Britanny Ammerman. The BC Eagles scored within the first minute of the game, making many fans...
03.11.2012 | | Posted at 10:22 PM
By Nicole
The Badger women's hockey team defeated Mercyhurst at home in the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament on Saturday night to advance to the Frozen Four in Duluth next weekend. Sadly, just 2,946 fans watched the women win. I'd have killed to be there, but we had a family commitment that we've been signed up for for months. Of course, 2,946 fans saw last night's Wisconsin women's hockey game in Madis...
02.06.2012 | | Posted at 10:17 PM
By Nicole
The New York Times Slap Shot hockey page has recently featured articles on Gordie Howe and NHL realignment. They also featured the Badger women's hockey team. College hockey doesn't get too much national press. Women's college hockey gets even less. So for the NYT to talk about the accomplishments of the Badger women's hockey team and the records they keep breaking with Fill the Bowl - that's rea...
01.31.2012 | | Posted at 04:50 PM
By Nicole
The last three NCAA attendance records have been set by Wisconsin Women's Hockey. They set it at the Camp Randall outdoor game in 2010 with 8,263 in attendance. They set it again at least year's fill the bowl with 10,668. And they broke their own record once again Saturday night as 12,402 people paid to see them beat Bemidji State 1-0. Those numbers are astounding when you realize that the Badgers...
12.31.1969 | | Posted at 06:00 PM
By Nicole
This season, the Wisconsin Badger women's hockey team is 19-1-0. They have just one loss - to rival Minnesota - and have not tied a game. They lost just twice last season and tied twice as well. But both the losses came in 2010. Their schedule is open until the new year. That means that in the entirety of the year 2011, the Badger women's hockey team lost just one game. ONE GAME. Over the cours...
12.21.2011 | | Posted at 05:25 PM
By Nicole
Current Badgers Hilary Knight, Alex Rigsby, Brittany Ammerman, Brooke Ammerman and Brianna Decker as well as former Badgers Jessie Vetter, Molly Engstrom, Geen Prough, Meghan Duggan and Ericka Lawler were invited to the six-day USA Hockey Women's Winter Training Camp. Rigsby, who's just a sophomore and Vetter make up half the goalies invited to the camp. Engstrom and Prough join 11 other defenseme...
03.10.2011 | | Posted at 10:24 AM
By Nicole
Wisconsin's Meghan Duggan is a finalist for the Patty Kazmaier award, the MVP of women's hockey. The award will be presented March 19 as part of the women's Frozen Four activities. All three finalists are forwards. The other two are Meghan Agosta from Mercyhurst and Kelli Stack from Boston College. Agosta has been a top-3 finalist all four of her years. Only two other Badgers have been named to...
03.03.2011 | | Posted at 11:05 AM
By Nicole
Senior Meghan Duggan and Junior Hilary Knight have been named to the top 10 finalists for the Patty Kazmaier Award (top college player in women's hockey) The award is selected when NCAA D1 women's coaches are asked to nominate a player for the award. Any player nominated by two or more coaches were placed on an official ballot that was then sent back to the coaches who voted for their top 10. Th...
03.02.2011 | | Posted at 09:00 AM
By Nicole
The Wisconsin State Journal has an article that says Wisconsin has given Penn State permission to talk to Badger women's hockey coach Mark Johnson for their newly formed men's program. According to the article, Johnson is aware of the itnerest but won't talk to anyone about the position until after the women's season is over. Penn State announced in September that they were forming mens and wome...

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