9 Sarah Davis  
Sarah Davis

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Paradise, N.L.

High School:
Warner Hockey School

Height:
5-4

Position:
F

Birthdate:
06/23/1992

Shoots:
Left


04/14/2014

Season Recap: A Look Back at 2014

The Gophers finished the 2013-14 season as national runners-up

03/21/2014

Gophers Advance to National Title Game

Minnesota rallied for a 5-3 victory over Wisconsin in the semifinals

03/18/2014

No. 1 Gophers Set to Go for Three

Minnesota heads to the Frozen Four to defend its back-to-back national titles

03/12/2014

NCAA Quest Begins with 2013 Rematch

Minnesota defeated Boston University 6-3 in the 2013 NCAA championship game

03/06/2014

WCHA Awards: Minnesota, Hats Off to Thee

The Gophers took home the league's four major individual awards Friday night

01/17/2014

Gophers Blank Mavericks Outdoors

The Gopher women's hockey team beat Minnesota State, 4-0, at TCF Bank Stadium.

11/18/2013

Gophers Split with UND

Following a 6-1 win on Saturday, the Gopher women's hockey team fell to North Dakota, 3-2.

09/30/2013

Gophers Shut Out BC

Minnesota wrapped up exhibition play with a 7-0 win over British Columbia.

03/23/2013

Gophers Beat Eagles in OT

Sarah Davis' overtime goal gave Minnesota a 3-2 win over Boston College in the national semifinal.

03/04/2013

Gophers Blank Beavers

The Gopher women's hockey team posted back to back shutouts of Bemidji State.

01/11/2014

Gophers Vs Buckeyes

Women's Saturday Hockey

11/30/2013

Gophers vs. Tigers

Women Hockey Action

11/17/2013

Gophers vs North Dakota

WCHA Action

11/01/2013

Gophers vs Mavericks

Women's Hockey

Photo Gallery

2013-14 • Senior Season: Named assistant captain • named to All-WCHA Second Team • played in all 41 games and ranked fourth on the team with a career-high 49 points (20g-29a) • recorded 15 multi-point games, including five multi-goal efforts • finished her career tied for seventh in the Gopher all-time ranks with 156 games played • recorded two points (1g-1a) in 8-3 win at Colgate (Oct. 5) • scored three goals, including both first goals and one game-winner, in the series sweep at Minnesota Duluth (Oct. 18-19) • assisted Meghan Lorence's game-winning goal in 4-0 win at Bemidji State (Oct. 25) • recorded three assists in home-and-home sweep of Minnesota State (Nov. 1-2) • named WCHA Offensive Player of the Week (Nov. 13) after recording a career series-best five points (3g-2a) in sweep at St. Cloud State (Nov. 8-9) • led the Gophers with four points (1g-3a) in series split with North Dakota (Nov. 16-17) • had two assists in sweep at Yale (Nov. 23-24) • recorded four points (2g-2a) in sweep over Princeton (Nov. 30-Dec. 1 ) • had three assists in 9-2 win at OSU (Dec. 7) • scored two goals, including a short-handed game-winning goal, in 5-1 win at OSU (Dec. 8) • finished the weekend at Ohio State with five points (2g-3a) • had 23 points (8g-15a) during a 12-game point streak (Nov. 1-Dec. 8) • recorded four points (1g-3a) in series sweep over Minnesota State (Jan. 17-19), including leading the Gophers with three points (1g-2a) with a power-play goal and an assist on Meghan Lorence's game-winner in 4-0 win over the Mavericks on the outdoor ice at TCF Bank Stadium in the Hockey City Classic (Jan. 17) • had two assists in 5-1 win at North Dakota (Jan. 31) • tied career series-best with five points (2g-3a) in sweep over Bemidji State (Feb. 7-8) • recorded back-to-back three-point series in sweep over UMD (Feb. 21-22) and WCHA First Round sweep over St. Cloud State (Feb 28-March 1) • had two points (1g-1a) in the Frozen Four, including scoring the first goal of the championship game against Clarkson (March 23).

2012-13 • Junior Season: Skated in 38 games • missed two games while attending Canada's National Women's Team September Camp/Fall Festival (Sept. 22-29) • had 25 points (7g-18a) • posted a plus/minus ratio of +30 • notched a goal in her first game of the season against St. Cloud State (Oct. 5) • recorded a goal in each of the games against St. Lawrence (Oct. 12-13) • assisted on a Mira Jalosuo goal in the 8-0 rout of Ohio State (Oct. 20) • recorded an assist on Rachael Bona's goal against New Hampshire (Nov. 25) • tallied a goal and an assist in the 4-1 win over Wisconsin (Dec. 1) • assisted Mira Jalosuo on the game-winning goal against UW (Dec. 2) • dished out an assist to Becky Kortum in the series finale against Bemidji State (Dec. 8) • had three assists in the 8-1 rout of Minnesota State (Jan. 18) • assisted Mira Jalosuo on a goal against Wisconsin (Jan. 25) • notched a goal and an assist in 5-0 win over Minnesota Duluth (Feb. 1) • tallied three assists during the Ohio State series Feb. 8-9) • began a four-game point streak against St. Cloud State (Feb. 22) with an assist • posted a goal and an assist in the series finale of the WCHA First Round against Bemidji State (March 2) • scored the overtime game-winning goal against Boston College (March 22) in the NCAA semifinal game • assisted Mira Jalosuo on the first goal of the national championship win over Boston University (March 24).

2011-12 • Sophomore Season: Played in 39 games, compiling 12 goals and 22 assists for 34 points • recorded three assists in a victory over St. Cloud State (Oct. 8), with two assists on goals by Kelly Terry • tallied her first two goals of the season against Minnesota State (Oct. 20) • assisted on two goals against Minnesota State (Oct. 21)• scored a goal and added an assist against UNH (Nov. 18) • recorded a goal at North Dakota (Dec. 2) • missed the series against Wisconsin in January while playing with the Canadian Under-22 Team at the Meco Cup • recorded two points with a goal and an assist against Minnesota Duluth (Jan. 13) • notched a pair of goals in a 7-4 victory at Ohio State (Feb. 11), including her first career shorthanded goal • got her first career hat trick in the 6-0 victory over UND in the WCHA semifinal and posted a plus/minus rating of +5 (March 2) • named to the WCHA Final Face-Off All-Tournament Team • scored the game-winner against North Dakota in the NCAA Quarterfinal • assisted on Sarah Erickson's first-period goal in the NCAA title game (March 18) • scored a point in 21 games during season • had 11 multiple-point games • Academic All-WCHA honoree.

2010-11 • Freshman Season: Had an outstanding rookie season, tied for fourth on the team in overall scoring • tallied 11 goals and 21 assists for 32 points in her rookie campaign • recorded four power-play goals and three game-winning goals • finished the conference season with 22 points, ranking third in WCHA rookie scoring • one of Minnesota's best centers, with a 523-311 mark at the faceoff dot for a win percentage of .627 • had eight multiple-point games • earned her first collegiate point with a power-play assist against Clarkson (Oct. 1) • owned a season-best five-game scoring streak and tallied seven points (Oct. 15-29) • tallied two assists against North Dakota (Oct. 14-15), four points against St. Cloud State (Oct. 22-23) and a goal against Minnesota Duluth (Oct. 29) • scored her first collegiate goal on a power-play, game-winning goal against St. Cloud State (Oct. 22) • added another two-point performance with a goal and an assist in the 3-0 win against the Huskies (Oct. 23) • scored a goal and recorded two assists in the 6-2 win over Minnesota State (Nov. 20) • scored a goal and had an assist in the 6-2 win over Bemidji State (Dec. 4) • posted a career-high four-point performance against Ohio State (Jan. 22) and was named the WCHA Rookie of the Week • scored a goal and had an assist in the 2-2 tie with No. 1 Wisconsin (Jan. 28) • notched a power-play goal in the 5-3 win over No. 8 North Dakota • netted a power-play goal against OSU in the first round of the WCHA Championships • tallied an assist in the 4-2 win over Minnesota Duluth (March 4) and scored a goal in the 5-4 overtime loss to Wisconsin (March 5) during the WCHA Final Face-off.

High School/Club: Member of the Canadian Under-18 Team • helped Team Canada to an Under-18 Championship when she played in all five games, scoring three goals and an assist • played two seasons at the Warner Hockey School • finished the 2009-10 season with 52 goals and 35 assists for 87 points, a team high by 25 points • competed with Team Atlantic at the 2009 Under-18 National Championship, where she finished tied for fourth overall in scoring with five points • played in the Canada/USA Under-18 Series in 2009, which Canada won • attended Canada's strength and conditioning/skating camp for three years and the selection camps twice • in the 2008-09 season, scored 50 goals and 39 assists for 89 points in 54 games played and was an alternate captain • named the Warriors' top forward and the team's most valuable player in 2008-09 • also played for Newfoundland and Labrador at six Atlantic Challenge Cups (2003-08), winning two silver medals (2006, 2007) and two bronze medals (2004, 2008).

Personal: A 2010 graduate of Warner School • born June 23, 1992 • daughter of Jeff and Donna Davis • shoots left • psychology major.

Sarah Davis's Career Statistics
Season GP G A Points Shots Shot% Pen-Min +/- PPG SHG GWG Blk
2010-11 38 11 21 32 90 .122 9-18 +16 4 0 3 2
2011-12 39 12 22 34 96 .125 5-10 +26 1 1 2 8
2012-13 38 7 18 25 102 .069 19-38 +30 1 1 2 7
2013-14 41 20 29 49 147 .136 14-28 +35 6 1 2 24
Career Totals 156 50 90 140 435 .115 47-94 +107 12 3 9 41