Nine Golden Gophers maintained a perfect 4.0 grade-point average during the 2014-15 academic year.
Cline, Ramsey, Schipper and Stecklein pick up Big Ten Distinguished Scholar awards
Rachael Bona and Rachel Ramsey are three-time Academic All-Big Ten honorees
Brandt, Stecklein, Ramsey, Cameranesi, Leveille and Pannek were recognized by USCHO.com
The Gophers and Crimson will meet in Sunday's national championship game
Minnesota advanced to its third straight Frozen Four with a win over Boston University.
Relive the the Hockey City Classic with the Gopher women's hockey team.
Minnesota beat Ohio State, 6-0, on Friday night and tied 2-2 in the rematch on Saturday.
Following a 6-1 win on Saturday, the Gopher women's hockey team fell to North Dakota, 3-2.
Minnesota swept Minnesota State in a home-and-home series.
2014-15 • Senior Season: Named Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award top-10 finalist, AHCA/CCM First Team All-American, All-USCHO Second Team, WCHA Defensive Player of the Year, All-WCHA First Team, Big Ten Distinguished Scholar and WCHA All-Academic Team • named co-captain • appeared in all 41 games and led the WCHA and ranked second in the nation for scoring among defensemen with 33 points (9g-24a) • second on the team with 58 blocked shots • third on the team with a +49 plus/minus rating • had seven multi-point games • started the season with five assists during a three-game point streak • assisted the game-winning goals in 8-0 win over Penn State (Oct. 3) and 5-2 win over Boston University (Oct. 4) • had an assist in 3-0 win at Minnesota Duluth (Oct. 10) • recorded two points in series sweep at No. 1 Wisconsin, including scoring the game-winning goal in 2-1 overtime win (Oct. 18) • had four points (1g-3a) during a three-game point streak (Nov. 14-21) • had seven points (3g-4a) during a six-game point streak (Nov. 30-Jan. 10), including an assist in 5-2 win at Princeton (Nov. 30), three points (2g-1a) against St. Cloud State (Dec. 5-6), two points (1g-1a) in sweep over St. Lawrence (Jan. 4-6) and an assist in a 4-1 win over No. 3 Wisconsin (Jan. 10) • had three points (1g-2a) in sweep over Minnesota State (Jan. 16-17) • had three assists in tie and win over Ohio State (Jan. 30-31) • scored third goal in 3-1 win at North Dakota (Feb. 7) • had three points (1g-2a), including scoring the game-winning goal, in 7-1 win over No. 6 Minnesota Duluth (Feb. 13) • scored the game-winner on the power play and added an assist in 6-2 NCAA quarterfinal win over RIT (March 14).
2013-14 • Junior Season: Named AHCA/CCM First Team All-American, WCHA Defensive Player of the Year, All-WCHA First Team honoree, All-USCHO First Team honoree, WCHA Scholar-Athlete and WCHA All-Academic Team and Academic All-Big Ten honoree • ranked second in the nation in scoring among defensemen with 43 points (12g-31a) and 1.05 points per game while playing in all 41 games • tied for second on the team with a +42 plus/minus rating • 31 assists ranks tied for fifth and 43 points ranks sixth all-time in Gopher single-season records for defenseman scoring • ranked fourth on the team with 36 blocked shots • recorded 11 multi-point games • scored career-high two goals in 8-3 win at Colgate (Oct. 5) • named WCHA Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 30) following two-point effort in series sweep of Bemidji State (Oct. 25-26) • recorded 10 points (4g-6a) during a seven-game point streak (Nov. 1-23) • recorded three assists in 7-0 win at Minnesota State (Nov. 2) • had a career-best five points (1g-4a) in home-and-home series sweep over MSU (Nov. 1-2) • scored two goals in series split with North Dakota (Nov. 16-17) • tallied a pair of assists in sweep over Princeton (Nov. 30-Dec. 1) • scored the go-ahead goal in 2-2 tie with OSU (Jan. 11) • recorded six assists in three games with three at Minnesota State (Jan. 19), one against St. Cloud State (Jan. 24) and two against the Huskies (Jan. 25) • assisted Dani Cameranesi's first goal in 3-1 win at No. 3/4 North Dakota (Feb. 1) • recorded a career-high four assists in 10-0 win over Bemidji State (Feb. 7) • assisted Dani Cameranesi's game-winner in 3-2 win to clinch the WCHA regular-season title at Wisconsin (Feb. 14) • had four points (1g-3a) in sweep over Minnesota Duluth (Feb. 21-22) • had three points (1g-2a) in WCHA First Round sweep over St. Cloud State (Feb. 28-March 1) • named the WCHA Final Face-off Most Valuable Player and to the all-tournament team after recording two points (1g-1a) in the 3-1 championship game win over North Dakota (March 8) & bull; recorded three points (1g-2a) in 5-1 NCAA quarterfinal win over Boston University (March 15).
2012-13 • Sophomore Season: Appeared in all 41 games • had a career-high 29 points (9g-20a) • posted a plus/minus ratio of +46 • All-WCHA Third Team selection • named to All-WCHA Academic Team • assisted Becky Kortum in the season opener against Colgate (Sept. 28) • notched her first goal of the season in a 7-2 win over Ohio State (Oct. 19) • tallied a career-high three points by dishing out three assists in the series finale against OSU (Oct. 20) • recorded a goal in the 4-0 victory over Minnesota Duluth (Nov. 3) • had two assists against Minnesota State (Nov. 17) in a 9-1 win • assisted Bethany Brausen in 10-2 rout of New Hampshire (Nov. 24) • notched an assist in each game against Bemidji State (Dec. 7-8) • tallied a goal and an assist in the 6-3 win over North Dakota (Jan. 12) • had two points (1g-1a) in 8-1 rout of Minnesota State (Jan. 18) • notched three points (1g-2a) in Wisconsin road series (Jan. 25-27) • posted assists in back-to-back games against Minnesota Duluth (Feb. 2) and Ohio State (Feb. 8) • began a five-game point streak with a goal against Bemidji State (Feb. 15) • had two goals and an assist in the BSU series (Feb. 15-16) • notched a goal and an assist against St. Cloud State (Feb. 22-23) • tallied an assist in the first game of the WCHA First Round (March 1) • recorded three points (1g-2a) in the 6-3 win over Boston University (March 24) in the national championship game.
2011-12 • Freshman Season: Played in all 41 games, compiling four goals and 21 assists for 25 points as a rookie • scored her first career goal in her first career game against Union (Sept. 30) • tallied two assists against St. Cloud State (Oct. 8) • recorded two assists against UNH (Nov. 18) • scored a goal and assisted on another in a 7-3 victory over Harvard (Nov. 27) • scored a power play goal against Ohio State (Dec. 10) • had two assists in a 5-0 victory at Ohio State (Feb. 10) • had an assist in the 5-2 win over No. 5 North Dakota (Feb. 18) • tallied an assist in Minnesota's 3-1 win over Cornell in the Frozen Four semifinals (March 16) • scored points in 21 games • was Minnesota's top-scoring freshman • top-scoring rookie defenseman in the WCHA • named to the WCHA All-Rookie team.
High School/Club: Played at Minnetonka High School • a finalist for the 2011 Ms. Hockey award • a two-year team captain • played forward until her sophomore year when she moved to defense • led Minnetonka to the Minnesota Class AA State Championship as a senior in 2011 • Minnetonka had a 23-1-1 record in her senior season • guided the team to a Classic Lake Conference championship and a 20-4-4 record in her junior season • named all-state, all-conference and second team all-metro in 2010 • Minnetonka's all-time leading scorer with 174 points (78g-96a) • member of the Minnesota High School Elite League and the Minnesota Jr. Whitecaps • has participated in multiple USA Hockey Development Camps.
Personal: A 2011 graduate of Minnetonka High School • born October 14, 1992 • daughter of Mike and Jill Ramsey • her father, Mike, was a Golden Gopher, played on the 1980 Miracle on Ice Team and in the National Hockey League, and is a former assistant coach of the Minnesota Wild • major is business and marketing with a minor in communications and a minor in management, with hopes of going into broadcasting or advertising • shoots left.
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Gophers Return Home to Host Buckeyes
Minnesota is back at Ridder Arena this weekend for its first home series since November 2016.
Gophers Fall in Series Finale
No. 2 Minnesota fell by a score of 5-3 to No. 4 Minnesota Duluth on the road Saturday afternoon.
Gophers Drop 3-2 Decision to UMD
Minnesota rallied to tie the game twice in the third period but could not answer UMD a third time.