Minnesota advances to the 2018 WCHA Final Faceoff by earning a sweep over the Huskies in the WCHA First Round
Four different Gophers scored goals to lead Minnesota to a 5-1 win over St. Cloud State Friday night
Sydney Baldwin and Lindsay Agnew both scored two goals to lead No. 7 Minnesota to the win on the road Saturday
Minnesota won game two to settle for a non-conference series split with Vermont at Ridder Arena this weekend
Lindsay Agnew and Amy Potomak have been selected to compete for Canada’s National Women’s Development Team at the 2018 Nations Cup
Women's Hockey vs. Minnesota Duluth 3-4-17
Gopher Womens Hockey vs Minnesota Duluth
Women's Hockey vs. Lindenwood 9-30-16
Photos of Gopher women's hockey player Lindsay Agnew
2016-17 • Freshman Season: Named WCHA Preseason Co-Rookie of the Year • made collegiate debut in season-opener against Lindenwood (Sept. 30) • scored first goal as a Gopher in second game of the season, a 6-2 win against Lindenwood (Oct. 1) • scored one goal in 4-3 win against UMD (Oct. 14) • recorded two assists, including one on the game-winning goal, in series sweep over Minnesota State (Nov. 4-6) • posted an assist during the 3-1 win against Bemidji State in the WCHA First Round (Feb. 24) • picked up an assist on Sophie Skarzynski’s goal in the Frozen Four semifinal game against Clarkson (March 17) • earned a silver medal at the Nations Cup in Fussen, Germany in January 2017 • selected for 2017-18 Canada National Women's Development Team Summer Showcase, playing in an exhibition series vs. Team Japan and a Canadian University select team in Calgary in August 2017.
High School/Club: Played for the Mississauga Jr. Chiefs in the Provincial Women's Hockey League • spent three seasons with the Intermediate AA Mississauga Jr Chiefs • served as team captain in 2015-16 • was an OWHA Provincial gold medalist, a PWHL Final 8 silver medalist, a two-time Stoney Creek University Showcase gold medalist, a two-time Union College Fall Fest gold medalist and a 2 Nations College Prep Series gold medalist with the Mississauga Jr. Chiefs • finished her career with 146 points on 61 goals and 85 assists in 128 games • played for Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team • earned silver at the 2015 IIHF Under-18 Women’s World Championships in Buffalo, N.Y., and at the 2016 IIHF Under-18 World Championships in St Catharine's, Ontario where she served as team captain and was one of the top-three players for Team Canada • played for Canada’s National Under-18 Team in three-game series vs. United States in 2014 and 2015, serving as team captain during the 2015 series in Lake Placid, N.Y. • played for Canada's National Development Team in a three-game series vs. United States in Calgary in August 2016 • served as team captain, recorded four goals and two assists, won gold, and was named top forward of the 2015 National Women's Under-18 Championship while playing with Team Ontario Red in Huntsville, Ontario • earned silver with Team Ontario at the 2015 Canada Winter Games in Prince George, B.C. • earned silver with Team Ontario Blue at 2013 National Women’s Under-18 Championship • attended Canada’s National Women’s Team 2014 Fall Festival Camp in Calgary, Alberta.
Personal: Born March 9, 1998 • daughter of Carolyn and David Agnew • has one sibling, Jack • shoots left • intends to major in education • enjoys golfing.
Baldwin Earns All-American Nod
3/15/2018 - W. Ice Hockey
University of Minnesota senior Sydney Baldwin has been named a CCM/AHCA First Team All-American.
Frozen Four Returns to Ridder Arena
3/13/2018 - W. Ice Hockey
The NCAA national champion will be crowned at Ridder Arena for the fourth time this weekend.
Gophers Fall in NCAA Quarterfinal
3/10/2018 - W. Ice Hockey
Minnesota made the program's 11th-straight NCAA postseason appearance but fell to Wisconsin on the road Saturday.