Olivia Knowles scored the game-winning goal in overtime to seal a 4-3 win and series sweep for Minnesota over Lindenwood
After allowing the first goal, Minnesota scored three unanswered goals to win 3-1 on the road Saturday
Minnesota skated to a 2-1 overtime win in game one of this week's non-conference series with Mercyhurst
Gophers rookie Olivia Knowles catches up with the Voice of Gopher Women's Hockey Dan Hamann
Minnesota took game one of this week's WCHA series on the road at Minnesota Duluth
High School/Club: A 2017 graduate of Penticton Secondary School • played for Okanagan Hockey Academy under coaches Jim Fetter and Delaney Collins • won 2017 CSSHL league championship with Okanagan Hockey Academy as a senior, recording 30 points (8g-22a) in 42 games • served as OHA team captain • named 2016 CSSHL Best Defense and 2016 OHA Female Prep Best Defense • named JWHL First Team All-Star • member of Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team • earned silver with Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team at both the 2017 and 2016 IIHF Under-18 Women’s World Championships • competed in Under-18 Three-Game Series between the U.S. and Canada in August 2015 and August 2016 • served as assistant captain of Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team at 2016 world championship and August 2016 three-game series against U.S. • attended Canada’s National Women’s Program strength and conditioning camps • represented British Columbia as part of Team BC at the Canadian National Championships • named Most Valuable Player and Best Defense at the Canadian National Championship • helped Team BC to a bronze medal finish at the 2016 National Women’s Under-18 Championship.
Personal: Born January 24, 1999 • daughter of Darrell and Jonelle Knowles • has one sibling, Jaret • intends to study business marketing and sports management • shoots right • enjoys seeking adventures, photography, cooking, and DJing • cousin Lisa Lloyd played hockey at the University of Alberta • 'A' honor roll student • a multi-sport athlete who has competed in gymnastics, soccer, softball, track & field, swimming, basketball, volleyball, cross country, skiing, snowboarding, surfing, and tennis.
Olympic Hopefuls Update: Dec. 13
12/13/2017 - W. Ice Hockey
Ten current and former Gopher women's hockey players are in contention to represent their countries at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
Zumwinkle Earns WCHA Weekly Award
12/12/2017 - W. Ice Hockey
Grace Zumwinkle has been named this week's WCHA Rookie of the Week for her play against Minnesota Duluth last week.
Duo Named to Canada's Nations Cup Team
12/12/2017 - W. Ice Hockey
Lindsay Agnew and Amy Potomak have been selected to compete for Canada’s National Women’s Development Team at the 2018 Nations Cup.