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Lindsay Agnew
Lindsay  Agnew

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Oakville, Ontario

High School:
King's Christian Collegiate

Height:
5-7½

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
03/09/1998


12/12/2017

Duo Named to Canada's Nations Cup Team

Lindsay Agnew and Amy Potomak have been selected to compete for Canada’s National Women’s Development Team at the 2018 Nations Cup

12/01/2017

Gophers Top Beavers 3-2 in Overtime

Grace Zumwinkle scored the game-winning goal with just 26 seconds remaining in overtime Friday night at Ridder Arena

11/26/2017

Knowles Scores in OT to Seal 4-3 Win

Olivia Knowles scored the game-winning goal in overtime to seal a 4-3 win and series sweep for Minnesota over Lindenwood

11/10/2017

Wente Seals 2-1 OT Win over Mercyhurst

Minnesota skated to a 2-1 overtime win in game one of this week's non-conference series with Mercyhurst

11/04/2017

Gophers Remain Perfect on the Road

Minnesota sealed the WCHA series sweep on the road at Minnesota State with a 5-2 win Saturday

03/04/2017

Women's Hockey vs. Minnesota Duluth 3-4-17

Women's Hockey vs. Minnesota Duluth 3-4-17

10/14/2016

Gopher Womens Hockey vs Minnesota Duluth

Gopher Womens Hockey vs Minnesota Duluth

09/30/2016

Women's Hockey vs. Lindenwood 9-30-16

Women's Hockey vs. Lindenwood 9-30-16

09/15/2016

Lindsay Agnew

Photos of Gopher women's hockey player Lindsay Agnew

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Career Stats

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.

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