The Carleton Lady Ravens represent Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

History[edit | edit source]

On February 4, 2012, the Ravens honoured the memory of the late Daron Richardson, daughter of Ottawa Senators assistant coach, Luke Richardson. The club held a charity drive for the Daron Richardson Fund (known as Do It For Daron), a program focused on raising awareness about youth mental health. Bruce MacDonald, Daron’s former coach and the father of Ravens player Kristen MacDonald participated in the ceremonial face off.[1]

Season by Season Record[edit | edit source]

Team League GP W L T OL GF GA Pts Finish Tournament Nationals
1988-89 LHUF None None
1989-90 LHUF None None
1990-91 LHUF None None
1991-92 LHUF None None
1992-93 LHUF None None
1993-94 LHUF None None
1994-95 LHUF None None
1995-96 LHUF None None
1996-97 LHUF None None
1997-98 LHUF None N/A
1998-99 LHUF None N/A
1999-00 LHUF None N/A
2000-01 LHUF None N/A
2001-02 LHUF None N/A
2002-03 LHUF None N/A
2003-04 LHUF None N/A
2004-05 LHUF 15 0 14 1 - 12 83 1 4th None N/A
2005-06 LHUF 15 0 14 1 0 13 63 1 4th None N/A
2006-07 LHUF 18 5 13 - 1 26 63 10 3rd None N/A
2007-08 LHUF 18 7 11 - 1 27 57 14 3rd Lost Final N/A
2008-09 LHUF 18 7 11 - 1 31 61 14 3rd Lost Semifinals N/A
2009-10 LHUF 20 8 12 - 0 39 47 16 4th Lost Semifinals N/A
2010-11 LHUF 20 7 8 - 5 46 59 19 4th Lost Semifinals N/A
2011-12 LHUF 20 9 8 - 3 51 72 21 3rd Lost Semifinals N/A
2012-13 LHUF 20 7 12 - 1 46 85 16 4th Lost Semifinals N/A
2013-14 LHUF 20 1 15 - 4 32 90 6 5th Did not qualify N/A
2014-15 LHUF 20 3 17 - 4 24 96 6 5th Did not qualify N/A
2015-16 LHUF 20 5 15 - 0 23 65 10 5th Did not qualify N/A
2016-17 LHUF 20 4 14 - 2 39 71 10 5th Did not qualify N/A
2017-18 LHUF 20 3 15 - 2 25 60 8 5th Did not qualify N/A
Team League GP W L OL SL GF GA Pts Finish Tournament Nationals
2018-19 LHUF 20 2 14 2 2 30 77 8 5th Did not qualify N/A
2019-20 LHUF 20 4 14 2 0 29 66 10 5th Did not qualify N/A

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Exhibition[edit | edit source]

On March 26, 2011, the Ravens participated in the Shoot for the Stars charitye hockey game to raise funds for the Children's Wish Foundation.

Date Opponent Score
Sept 3, 2010 Norwegian national team 2-1[2]
March 26, 2011 Ottawa Senators (PWHL) 1-3

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Tournaments[edit | edit source]

Carleton Ravens invitational tournament[edit | edit source]

Date Teams Rink Score
Sept. 22, 2011 Queen’s vs. Ottawa Carleton Rink A Queen’s 4 – Ottawa 3 SO
Sept. 22 Calgary vs. Toronto Carleton Rink B Calgary 3 – Toronto 1
Sept. 22 Carleton vs. UBC Carleton Rink A Carleton 7 – UBC 1
Sept. 23, 2011 Toronto vs. Carleton Carleton Rink A Toronto 4 – Carleton 3
Sept. 23 Ottawa vs. UBC Carleton Rink B Ottawa 2 – UBC 0
Sept. 23 Queen’s vs. Calgary Carleton Rink A Calgary 6 – Queen’s 1
Sept. 24, 2011 UBC vs. Queen’s Carleton Rink A Queen’s 2 – UBC 0
Sept. 24 Toronto vs. Ottawa Carleton Rink B Ottawa 3 – Toronto 2 SO
Sept. 24 Calgary vs. Carleton Carleton Rink A Calgary 5 – Carleton 0
Sept. 25, 2011 Calgary vs. Ottawa Carleton Rink A Calgary 4 – Ottawa 2
Sept. 25 Toronto vs. UBC Carleton Rink B UBC 3 – Toronto 0
Sept. 25 Carleton vs. Queen’s Carleton Rink A Queen’s 5 – Carleton 2

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Awards and honors[edit | edit source]

  • Claudia Bergeron, Carleton University Female Athlete of the Week (Week of October 24, 2011)[5]

RESQ awards[edit | edit source]

  • Claudia Bergeron, 2011 RSEQ Second All-Star Team
  • Kristen Marson, 2011 RSEQ Second All-Star Team[6]
  • Erica Skinner, RSEQ’s candidate for the Marion Hilliard Award (The Marion Hilliard Award is presented annually to the CIS women’s hockey player who best combines academic and sport excellence with community involvement.) [7]

Team awards[edit | edit source]

Rookie of the Year[edit | edit source]

Offensive Player of the Year[edit | edit source]

  • Claudia Bergeron, Offensive Player of the Year (2009-10)
  • Claudia Bergeron, Offensive Player of the Year (2010-11)

References[edit | edit source]

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