Maine Black Bears women's ice hockey


Maine Black Bears women's ice hockey
Maine Black Bears women's ice hockey
Current season
Maine Black Bears Logo.svg
University University of Maine
Conference Hockey East
Head coach Maria Lewis
1st year, 0–0–0
Arena Harold Alfond Sports Arena
Capacity: 5,445
Location Orono, Maine
Student section The Maine~iaks
Colors Maine Blue and Dark Blue and White

                     

The Maine Black Bears women’s ice hockey team represents the University of Maine. The team plays their home games in Alfond Arena. The first year of Women’s Ice Hockey was in 1997–98. Up to the end of the 2008-09 season, the program record was 136-196-37 (.419). The Black Bears last Post-Season game was March 4, 2006 (Semifinals - 2006 Hockey East Tournament, Result: New Hampshire 6, Maine 0).

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Coaches

The current head coach is Dan Lichterman. He led Maine to a record of 5-23-5 in the 2008-09 season. Prior to coaching at the University of Maine, Lichterman was the assistant coach at Minnesota State-Mankato. Prior to joining Minnesota State, Lichterman developed a new five-team girl's hockey organization, the Chicago Chill. A Minnesota native, Lichterman earned two letters in hockey at the University of St. Thomas. [1]

Current roster

Number Name Position Height Class
1 Kylie Smith Goalie 5-3 FR
3 Chloe Tinkler Defense 5-8 FR
4 Ashley Norum Defense 5-9 SO
5 Kaitlin Zeek Forward 5-4 JR
6 Amy Stech Forward 5-10 SR
7 Madelene Eriksson Defense 5-6 JR
8 Jenna Ouellette Forward 5-5 SR
9 Myriam Croussette Forward 5-0 SO
10 Jordan Colliton Forward 5-9 JR
11 Jennie Gallo Forward 5-2 JR
12 Melissa Gagnon Defense 5-7 SO
15 Taryn Peacock Forward 5-5 SR
16 Dominique Goutsis Forward 5-0 SO
17 Abby Barton Forward 5-5 SR
18 Lexie Hoffmeyer Defense 5-4 SR
19 Brittany Dougherty Forward 5-7 FR
20 Jessica Bond Defense 5-9 SO
21 Dawn Sullivan Forward 5-7 SO
22 Brianne Kilgour Forward 5-4 FR
23 Elyce Thomas Defense 5-7 SR
24 Darcia Leimgruber Forward 5-3 FR
25 Danielle Cyr Forward 5-4 JR
29 Brittany Ott Goalie 5-3 FR
30 Candice Currier Goaltender 5-9 SO

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Year by year record

Year Wins Losses Ties Coach Postseason
2010-11 Maria Lewis
2009-10 6 20 5 Dan Lichterman
2008-09 5 23 5 Dan Lichterman
2007-08 4 27 3 Dan Lichterman
2006-07 10 19 2 Lauren Steblen
2005-06 17 9 6 Guy Perron
2004-05 14 15 3 Guy Perron
2003-04 12 16 4 Rick Filighera
2002-03 12 15 4 Rick Filighera
2001-02 16 15 4 Rick Filighera
2000-01 15 14 1 Rick Filighera
1999-2000 6 19 2 Rick Filighera
1998-99 13 18 1 Rick Filighera
1997-98 12 6 2 Rick Filighera

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Olympians

Player Team Position Event
Darcia Leimgruber  Switzerland Forward 2010 Vancouver Olympics
Raffi Wolf[4]  Germany Forward 2002, 2006 Vancouver Olympics

Awards and honors

  • Brittany Ott, 2010 WHEA All-Rookie Team[5]
  • Jenna Ouellette – Maine, WHEA Player of the Month, December 2009[6]
  • Amy Stech, Runner up, 2010 Hockey East Sportsmanship Award[7]

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