The 2008–09 Wisconsin Badgers women's ice hockey team was the Badgers' 9th season. Led by head coach Mark Johnson, the Badgers went 21-2-5 in the WCHA.

Regular season[edit | edit source]

On October 18, the Badgers beat Bemidji State in the United States Hockey Hall of Fame Game.

Roster[edit | edit source]

Number Player Position Class Height
20 Ammerman, Brooke, F Fr 5-8
16 Bible, Rachel, F Sr 5-6
9 Deluce, Mallory, F So 5-7
26 Dronen, Anne, D So 5-3
7 Duggan, Meghan(A), F Jr 5-9
14 Evans, Maria, F So 5-4
12 Giles, Jasmine, F Jr 5-7
10 Hagen, Kayla, F Sr 5-5
4 Haverstock, Brittany, D Fr 5-6
3 Jakiel, Olivia, D So 5-10
29 Kaasa, Nikki, G Fr 5-10
21 Keseley, Angie, F Sr 5-7
23 Knight, Hilary, F So 5-11
17 Kranz, Emily, F Jr 5-7
13 Lawler, Erika(C), F Sr 5-0
19 Matthews, Alycia(A), D Sr 5-8
35 McCready, Alannah, G Jr 5-6
2 Nash, Kelly, F So 5-6
27 Prévost, Carolyne, F Fr
11 Sanders, Kyla, F Jr 5-6
30 Jessie Vetter G Sr 5-8
22 Windmeier, Malee, D So 5-9

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Player stats[edit | edit source]

Skaters[edit | edit source]

= Indicates team leader
Player GP Goals Assists Points Penalty Minutes GW PP SH
Brooke Ammerman 40 27 27 54 22 6 7 0
Rachel Bible 41 3 4 7 70 2 1 0
Mallory Deluce 41 12 20 32 53 2 4 2
Anne Dronen 41 4 5 9 22 1 0 0
Meghan Duggan 41 23 33 56 44 4 7 0
Maria Evans 21 1 2 3 4 0 0 0
Jasmine Giles 41 16 29 45 44 1 6 3
Kayla Hagen 24 0 0 0 4 0 0 0
Brittany Haverstock 39 2 15 17 16 1 0 0
Olivia Jakiel 41 0 9 9 22 0 0 0
Angie Keseley 41 18 41 59 22 4 7 0
Hilary Knight 39 45 38 83 24 6 16 2
Emily Kranz 41 1 1 2 10 0 0 0
Erika Lawler 40 20 44 64 37 4 7 3
Alycia Matthews 41 3 22 25 20 0 2 0
Alannah McCready 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Kelly Nash 41 7 13 20 22 0 5 0
Carolyne Prévost 41 13 13 26 0 2 3 0
Kyla Sanders 41 10 17 27 12 1 1 3
Jessie Vetter 40 0 1 1 2 0 0 0
Malee Windmeier 40 2 11 13 36 0 1 0

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Goaltenders[edit | edit source]

Player Games Played Minutes Goals Against Wins Losses Ties Shutouts Save % Goals Against Average
Jessie Vetter 40 2342 49 33 2 5 14 .942 1.25
Alannah McCready 5 137 4 1 0 0 0 .909 1.75

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Schedule and results[edit | edit source]

Green Background indicates a win. Red Background indicates a loss. White Background indicates an overtime tie/loss. * Non-Conference Game. (SO) Shootout.

September 2008[edit | edit source]

Record:2-0-0 Home:2-0-0 Away:0-0-0

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
1 September 26 Quinnipiac 0 - 10 Wisconsin Vetter 1,139 1-0-0-0 NC*
2 September 27 Quinnipiac 3 - 7 Wisconsin McCready 1,258 2-0-0-0 NC*

October 2008[edit | edit source]

Record:7-0-1 Home:3-0-1 Away:4-0-0

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
3 October 3 Syracuse 0 - 3 Wisconsin Vetter 1,216 3-0-0-0 NC*
4 October 4 Syracuse 0 - 8 Wisconsin Vetter 1,187 4-0-0-0 NC*
5 October 10 Wisconsin 7 - 4 Ohio State Vetter 432 5-0-0-0 2
6 October 11 Wisconsin 4 - 0 Ohio State Vetter 314 6-0-0-0 4
7 October 17 Wisconsin 4 - 0 Bemidji State Vetter 232 7-0-0-0 6
8 October 18 Wisconsin 9 - 0 Bemidji State Vetter 212 8-0-0-0 8
9 October 24 Minnesota 1 - 1 Wisconsin UM 1 - 0 UW (SO) Vetter 1,216 8-0-1-0 9
10 October 26 Minnesota 1 - 2 Wisconsin Vetter 2,046 9-0-1-0 11
11 October 31 Minnesota-Duluth 1 - 2 Wisconsin Vetter 1,692 10-0-1-0 13

November 2008[edit | edit source]

Record:6-0-1 Home:4-0-1 Away: 2-0-0

  • The matches from November 21 and 22 were played in Fort Myers, Florida.
# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
12 November 1 Minnesota-Duluth 2 - 2 Wisconsin UMD 0 - 1 UW (SO) Vetter 1,237 10-0-2-1 15
13 November 15 Wisconsin 5 - 1 North Dakota Vetter 437 11-0-2-1 17
14 November 16 Wisconsin 4 - 0 North Dakota Vetter 394 12-0-2-1 19
15 November 21 New Hampshire 2 - 8 Wisconsin Vetter 347 13-0-2-1 NC* (19)
16 November 22 New Hampshire 0 - 2 Wisconsin Vetter 385 14-0-2-1 NC* (19)
17 November 28 Minnesota State 0 - 8 Wisconsin Vetter 1,569 15-0-2-1 21
18 November 30 Minnesota State 2 - 7 Wisconsin Vetter 1,875 16-0-2-1 23

December 2008[edit | edit source]

Record:2-0-0 Home:2-0-0 Away: 0-0-0

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
19 December 5 St. Cloud State 0 - 7 Wisconsin Vetter 1,165 17-0-2-1 25
20 December 6 St. Cloud State 2 - 6 Wisconsin Vetter 1,430 18-0-2-1 27

January 2009[edit | edit source]

Record:4-1-1 Home:2-0-0 Away: 2-1-1

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
-- January 2 Team USA 2 - 3 Wisconsin Vetter 1,880 18-0-2-1 NC* (27)
21 January 10 Wisconsin 0 - 4 Minnesota-Duluth Vetter 1,436 18-1-2-1 27
22 January 11 Wisconsin 3 - 3 Minnesota-Duluth UW 0 - 2 UMD (SO) Vetter 943 18-1-3-1 28
23 January 16 North Dakota 2 - 6 Wisconsin Vetter 1,286 19-1-3-1 30
24 January 17 North Dakota 2 - 7 Wisconsin Vetter 2,983 20-1-3-1 32
25 January 23 Wisconsin 5 - 1 St. Cloud State Vetter 321 21-1-3-1 34
26 January 24 Wisconsin 6 - 3 St. Cloud State Vetter 221 22-1-3-1 36
27 January 31 Ohio State 0 - 7 Wisconsin Vetter 2,545 23-1-3-1 38

February 2009[edit | edit source]

Record:0-0-0 Home:0-0-0 Away: 0-0-0

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
28 February 1 Ohio State 0 - 7 Wisconsin Vetter 2,789 24-1-3-1 40
29 February 7 Wisconsin 2 - 4 Minnesota Vetter 2,562 24-2-3-1 40
30 February 8 Wisconsin 3 - 3 Minnesota UW 1 - 0 UM (SO) Vetter 2,895 24-2-4-2 42
31 February 13 Wisconsin 8 - 1 Minnesota State _________ _______ 25-2-4 __
32 February 14 Wisconsin 3 - 3 Minnesota State _________ _______ 25-2-5 __
33 February 20 Bemidji State 3 - 0 Wisconsin _________ _______ 26-2-5 __
34 February 21 Bemidji State 5 - 2 Wisconsin _________ _______ 27-2-5 __

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Postseason[edit | edit source]

NCAA Hockey tournament[edit | edit source]

  • NCAA Frozen Four Semifinals (played in Boston, Ma.)
    • Wisconsin 5, Minnesota-Duluth 1
  • NCAA Frozen Four Finals (played in Boston, Ma.)
    • Wisconsin 5, Mercyhurst 0
    • The game was played on March 22. Jessie Vetter stopped 37 shots for an NCAA record 14th shutout of the season (it was also her second in a national championship game) as Wisconsin won its third women's hockey title in four years with a 5-0 victory over Mercyhurst.[4]

Awards and honors[edit | edit source]

  • Jessie Vetter, Patty Kazmaier Award[5]


References[edit | edit source]

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