|St. Cloud State Huskies|
|Institution:||St. Cloud State University|
|Location:||St. Cloud, Minnesota|
|Colors:||Cardinal Red and Black|
|Home Arena:||Herb Brooks National Hockey Center|
|Dimensions:||200' x 100'|
|Conference:||Western Collegiate Hockey Association|
The St. Cloud State Huskies women's ice hockey team is a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I college ice hockey That represents St. Cloud State University. The Huskies are a member of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association. They play at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center in St. Cloud Minnesota.
History[edit | edit source]
In 2010, Felicia Nelson became the first Huskies player to be a Top 10 finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Award. The club had a 15-14-8 overall record in 2009-10 and an 11-11-6 mark in the WCHA. The team finished the season in third place. This was the first time in school and league history that St. Cloud State was one of the top three schools in the standings.
In the 2015-16 NCAA season, Katie Fitzgerald was the starting goaltender for the St. Cloud State University Huskies. She would lead all goaltenders in the WCHA conference in shots faced, appearing in 34 games played. Her final win on home ice at St. Cloud took place on February 12, as she made 39 saves in a win against North Dakota, besting All-America goaltender Shelby Amsley-Benzie.
Arenas[edit | edit source]
- Herb Brooks National Hockey Center (1998-present) known as National Hockey Center (1998-2008) and then National Hockey and Event Center (2008-2013)
Head Coaches[edit | edit source]
- Kerry Brodt Wethington (1998-2002) 45-61-8
- Jason Lesteberg (2002-2006) 46-87-6
- Jeff Giesen (2006-2014) 79-178-35
- Eric Rud (2014-2019) 49-114-14
- Steve Macdonald (2019-present) 6-25-4 as of end of 2019-20 season
Year by Year Record[edit | edit source]
|Western Collegiate Hockey Association||Overall Record|
|1999-00||24||6||15||3||39||120||15||T-4th||L, QF 3-2 (Ohio St)||35||13||19||3||83||154|
|2000-01||24||12||10||2||92||94||26||4th||L, QF 5-0 (Ohio St)||35||17||16||2||131||133|
|2001-02||24||6||17||1||57||109||13||6th||Did not qualify||34||7||26||1||74||152|
|2002-03||24||5||19||0||48||124||10||6th||Did not qualify||34||11||23||0||75||149|
|2003-04||24||4||19||1||53||107||9||6th||Did not qualify||32||7||24||1||74||137|
|2004-05||28||7||18||3||47||105||17||6th||L, QF 3-1 (Wisconsin)||35||9||22||4||63||124|
|2005-06||28||13||14||1||70||69||27||4th||W, QF 2-1 (ot) (Ohio St)||37||18||18||1||97||98|
|2006-07||28||7||16||5||66||94||19||8th||L, QF 2 games to 1 (Minnesota-Duluth)||37||12||18||7||99||110|
|2007-08||28||11||13||4||54||78||26||4th||W, QF 2 games to 1 (Ohio St) L, SF 9-0 (Minnesota-Duluth)||38||18||15||5||86||102|
|2008-09||28||11||14||3||63||91||27||4th||L, QF 2 games to 1 (Minnesota-Duluth)||37||15||18||4||85||105|
|2009-10||28||11||11||6||70||77||32||3rd||L, QF 2 games to 1 (Bemidji St)||37||15||14||8||96||103|
|2010-11||28||1||26||1||23||135||5||8th||L, QF 2 games to none (Wisconsin)||35||1||33||1||31||177|
|2011-12||28||4||24||0||32||150||12||7th||L, QF 2 games to none (Minnesota)||36||5||29||2||44||177|
|2012-13||28||5||21||2||37||93||18||7th||L, QF 2 games to none (Wisconsin)||36||9||24||3||57||113|
|2013-14||28||3||21||4||40||87||15||8th||L, QF 2 games to none (Minnesota)||36||4||27||5||48||111|
|2014-15||28||5||22||1||28||98||17||7th||L, QF 2 games to none (Wisconsin)||37||8||28||1||45||127|
|2015-16||28||9||15||4||44||88||34||5th||L, QF 2 games to none (North Dakota)||35||13||18||4||63||115|
|2016-17||28||7||18||3||43||82||26||6th||L, QF 2 games to none (Minnesota-Duluth)||36||9||23||4||61||113|
|2017-18||24||6||14||4||41||59||23||6th||L, QF 2 games to none (Minnesota)||33||8||20||5||52||82|
|2018-19||24||5||19||0||38||82||15||7th||L, QF 2 games to none (Wisconsin)||37||10||25||2||66||119|
|2019-20||24||2||21||1||32||98||7||7th||L, QF 2 games to none (Minnesota)||35||6||25||4||62||122|
|2020-21||19||6||12||1||32||62||18.5||6th||Did not qualify||19||6||12||1||32||62|
Awards and honors[edit | edit source]
- Kayla Friesen, WCHA Rookie of the Week (Week of January 24, 2017)
- Caitlin Hogan, 2010 Patty Kazmaier Award nominee
- Caitlin Hogan, 2010 Frozen Four Skills Competition participant
- Molli Mott, WCHA Rookie of the Week (Week of February 16, 2011)
- Felicia Nelson, 2010 Patty Kazmaier Award nominee
- Felicia Nelson, 2010 Women's RBK Hockey Division I All-America Second Team 
- Ashley Nixon, WCHA Defensive Player of the Week (Week of December 7, 2010) 
- Holly Roberts, WCHA Offensive Player of the Week (Week of February 17, 2010)
Statistical leaders[edit | edit source]
- Felicia Nelson, NCAA leader, 2009-10 season, Goals per game, 0.91
See also[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- Archived copy. Archived from the original on 2010-03-07. Retrieved on 2010-03-07.
- The Official Athletics Site of the St. Cloud State Huskies. Stcloudstate.edu. Retrieved on 2015-11-16.
- Statistics :: USCHO.com :: U.S. College Hockey Online. USCHO.com. Retrieved on 2015-11-16.
- UMD'S STALDER, BSU'S JOYCE AND SCSU'S FRIESEN NAMED WCHA WOMEN'S PLAYERS OF THE WEEK - Players honored for games of January 20 - 22, 2017. WCHA ice hockey (2017-01-24). Retrieved on 2017-02-09.
- WCHA (2011-02-16). Wisconsin’s Duggan, Minnesota Duluth’s Larocque, St. Cloud State’s Mott Named WCHA Women’s Players of the Week. Press release. Retrieved on 2015-11-16.
- Cornell University - Women's Hockey Trio Garners All-American Honors. Cornellbigred.com (2010-03-18). Retrieved on 2015-11-16.
- WCHA Press Releases. WCHA.com (2010-12-07). Retrieved on 2015-11-16.
Links[edit | edit source]
|Western Collegiate Hockey Association women's ice hockey|
|Teams||Bemidji State Beavers - Minnesota Golden Gophers - Minnesota–Duluth Bulldogs - Minnesota State Mavericks - Ohio State Buckeyes - St. Cloud State Huskies - Wisconsin Badgers|
|Venues||Sanford Center (Bemidji State) - Ridder Arena (Minnesota) - AMSOIL Arena (Minnesota–Duluth) - Mayo Clinic Health System Event Center (Minnesota State) - OSU Ice Rink (Ohio State) - Herb Brooks National Hockey Center (St. Cloud State) - LaBahn Arena (Wisconsin)|
|Championships & awards||Awards & honors - Champions|
|Seasons||1999–2000 - 2000–01 - 2001–02 - 2002–03 - 2003–04 - 2004–05 - 2005–06 - 2006–07 - 2007–08 - 2008–09 - 2009–10 - 2010–11 - 2011–12 - 2012–13 - 2013–14 - 2014–15 - 2015–16 - 2016–17 - 2017–18 - 2018-19 - 2019-20 - 2019-20|
|St. Cloud State Huskies women's ice hockey|
|Playing venues||Herb Brooks National Hockey Center (1989–present)|
|Head coaches||Kerry Brodt Wethington (1998-2002) - Jason Lesteberg (2002-2006) - Jeff Giesen (2006-2014) - Eric Rud (2014-2019) - Steve Macdonald (2019-present)|
|Seasons||1998–99 - 1999–00 - 2000–01 - 2001–02 - 2002–03 - 2003–04 - 2004–05 - 2005–06 - 2006–07 - 2007–08 - 2008–09 - 2009–10 - 2010–11 - 2011–12 - 2012–13 - 2013–14 - 2014–15 - 2015–16 - 2016–17 - 2017–18 - 2018–19 - 2019–20 - 2020–21|
|Conference affiliations||Western Collegiate Hockey Association (1999-present)|
|St. Cloud State University - St. Cloud, Minnesota|
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