Megan Wolfe
Megan  Wolfe


Eagan, Minn.

High School:
Eagan HS






Season Recap: Back-to-Back National Champs

Look back at the Gophers' national championship season in 2015-16


Gophers Head to Fifth-Straight Frozen Four

Minnesota takes on Wisconsin in the Frozen Four semifinal round on Friday in Durham, N.H.


NCAA Title Defense Begins with Tigers

Defending national champion Minnesota hosts Princeton in an NCAA quarterfinal game Saturday


Gophers Advance to WCHA Title Game

Minnesota and Wisconsin will face off in the WCHA Final Face-off championship game at 2 p.m. CT Sunday


Five Gophers Earn WCHA Accolades

Sarah Potomak was named WCHA Rookie of the Year and Dani Cameranesi was crowned the WCHA Scoring Champion


Gophers Split with UND

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


Gophers Vs Buckeyes

Women's Saturday Hockey


Gophers vs North Dakota

WCHA Action


Gophers vs Mavericks

Women's Hockey

Photo Gallery

2015-16 • Junior Season: Named WCHA All-Academic Team honoree • played defense all season after seeing action at both forward and defense early in her career • posted a career-best 29 points (5g-24a) • ranked fourth on the team with a plus/minus of +47 • had four assists in sweep over St. Cloud State (Oct. 9-10) • recorded three assists in sweep at Ohio State (Oct. 16-17) • had 10 points (1g-9a) during a six-game point streak (Oct. 2-23) • had two assists in sweep over Bemidji State (Nov. 13-14) • set up a power-play goal in 6-3 win over Yale (Nov. 20) • had three assists in 11-1 win at Minnesota State (Nov. 27) • had three points (2g-1a), including both game-winning goals, in series sweep vs. Minnesota State (Jan. 16-17) • had two assists in 7-3 win at UMD (Feb. 12) • scored game-winning goal in 4-0 win vs. Wisconsin (Feb. 19) • had an assist in 5-0 WCHA First Round win vs. Ohio State (Feb. 27) • recorded an assist in NCAA quarterfinal win over Princeton (March 12) • had an assist in 3-2 Frozen Four semifinal overtime win vs. Wisconsin (March 18) • had an assist in the 3-1 national championship win vs. Boston College (March 20).

2014-15 • Sophomore Season: Named to NCAA All-Tournament Team • appeared in all 41 games and saw action at both forward and defense • recorded 19 points (3g-16a) • ranked sixth on the team with 27 blocked shots and a +41 plus/minus rating • had five multi-point games • recorded two assists in season-opening wins over Penn State (Oct. 3) and Boston University (Oct. 4) • assisted Meghan Lorence's goal in 3-3 overtime tie at Minnesota Duluth (Oct. 11) • assisted game-winning goal in 5-2 win over North Dakota (Oct. 24) • recorded first multi-point game of the season with two assists in 5-2 win at Princeton (Nov. 30) • had two assists in 10-0 win over St. Lawrence (Jan. 4), including setting up Rachael Bona's game-winning goal • picked up an assist in 4-1 win over Wisconsin (Jan. 10) • had points in back-to-back games, scoring her first goal of the season in 7-1 win at St. Cloud State (Jan. 24) and adding an assist in 3-3 overtime tie with Ohio State (Jan. 30) • had two points (1g-1a) in 4-2 win at BSU (Feb. 21), scoring the game-tying goal and assisting Maryanne Menefee's game-winning goal • had four assists in WCHA First Round sweep over Minnesota State (Feb. 27-28) • had three-straight two-point games (Feb. 21-28) • had two points (1g-1a) in the Frozen Four, assisting the game-winning goal in 3-1 semifinal win over Wisconsin (March 20) and putting the Gophers up 1-0 late in the first period of 4-1 national championship win over Harvard (March 22).

2013-14 • Freshman Season: Recorded 16 points (3g-13a) in 40 games • ranked third on the team with 39 blocked shots • made collegiate debut in season-opening 3-1 win at Colgate (Oct. 4) • recorded first collegiate points with two assists in the series sweep at Minnesota Duluth (Oct. 18-19) • scored first two collegiate goals, including the game-winner, in 6-1 win over North Dakota (Nov. 16) • scored third career goal on the power-play in 4-1 win at Yale (Nov. 24) • picked up an assist in 9-1 win over Princeton (Dec. 1) • recorded assists in back-to-back games, setting up Milica McMillen for the Gophers' first goal in 5-1 win at Ohio State (Dec. 8) and assisting Dani Cameranesi in 6-0 win over Ohio State (Jan. 10) • recorded two assists in sweep over Bemidji State (Feb. 7-8) • had a three-game point streak (3a) with assists in three-straight games at Wisconsin (Feb. 15) and in back-to-back 6-0 wins over Minnesota Duluth (Feb. 21-22) • picked up an assist in the 7-1 win over St. Cloud State (March 1) in the WCHA First Round • assisted Dani Cameranesi in the 4-1 WCHA Final Face-off semifinal win over Minnesota Duluth (March 7) • assisted Rachael Bona's game-tying goal in the national championship against Clarkson (March 23).

High School/Club: Played at Eagan High School for coach Scott Darwitz • two-time all-state, all-metro and all-conference honoree • named Pioneer Press 2013 Player of the Year • five-time hockey letterwinner • recorded 71 points as a senior • posted 70 points to help the Wildcats to a fourth-place finish in the 2012 Class AA State Tournament as a junior • totaled 223 career points at Eagan • named to the 2013 U.S Women's National U-18 roster for the IIHF U-18 Women's World Championships in Heinola and Vierumäki, Finland • attended USA Hockey national development camps in 2010, 2011 and 2012 • played in the Minnesota High School Fall Elite League • played for the Minnesota Junior Whitecaps • also lettered twice in golf.

Personal: Born June 8, 1995 • daughter of Tim and Kari Wolfe • has one brother, Sam • a 2013 graduate of Eagan High School • major is business and marketing education • shoots right • enjoys playing golf and going out on her boat.

Megan Wolfe's Career Statistics (As of March 24, 2016)
Season GP G A Points Shots Shot% Pen-Min +/- PPG SHG GWG Blk
2013-14 40 3 13 16 48 .062 6-23 +27 1 0 1 39
2014-15 41 3 16 19 47 .064 3-6 +41 0 0 0 27
2015-16 40 5 24 29 72 .069 16-32 +47 0 0 3 50
Career Totals 121 11 53 64 167 .066 25-61 +115 1 0 4 116


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