Women's track and field leads the way with 45 recognized individuals
Minnesota's Total is up from 123 Following the 2011 Spring Seasons
Amanda Kessel scored four goals to lead Minnesota
2012-13 Senior Season: Skated in 28 games this year has battled a knee injury since Jan. 19 has one assist on the season named to All-WCHA Academic Team assisted Mira Jalosuo in the Gophers' 11-0 rout of Colgate (9/29).
2011-12 Junior Season: Played in 16 games, all in the first hald of the season tallied a goal and an assist against UNH (11/18), her first points of the year and first multi-point game of her collegiate career an Academic All-WCHA award winner.
2010-11 Sophomore Season: WCHA All-Academic Team honoree Letterwinner Played at both the forward and defensive position for the Gophers Saw action in all 38 games for the Gophers during her sophomore season Scored a goal and five assists for six points Tallied her first assist of the season when she had the second assist in the power-play, game-winning goal against St. Cloud State (10/23) Netted a power-play goal in the 4-2 loss to Minnesota Duluth (10/30) Set up Amanda Kessel's goal in the 7-5 win over Wisconsin (11/5) Had the first assist in Laura May's goal against Minnesota State (1/8) Set up Sarah Davis' goal in the 2-2 tie against Wisconsin (1/28) Assisted on Kelly Terry's goal in the 8-0 win over St. Cloud State (2/4).
2009-10 Freshman Season: In her first year with the Gophers, had four goals and two assists for six points Letterwinner Played in all 40 goals during her rookie campaign Of her six points, five have come in the second half All of her points came against WCHA opponents Netted one power play and one game-winning goal during the season Scored her first collegiate goal and point in the 6-1 win over Ohio State (10/10) Assisted on Katie Frischmann's goal in the 6-0 win over Ohio State (1/9) Scored the game-winning goal in the 4-2 win over Minnesota State (1/29) Netted a power-play goal against Wisconsin (2/19) Assisted on Kelly Seeler's power-play goal to tie the game at 2-2 and the eventual 3-2 win over Wisconsin (2/20) Notched her fourth goal of the season in the 8-5 win over Minnesota State (2/26) during the first round of the WCHA playoffs.
The Downey File: Played for Proctor-Hermantown-Marshall An all-state honoree in 2008-09 Broke the school record with 37 goals and 74 points An all-area selection and a member of the News Tribune All-Twin Ports Girls' hockey team Helped the Mirage to a 20-7-1 record her senior year Competed with the Silver Bay Mariners before her time at Proctor-Hermantown-Marshall In her last season with Silver Bay in 2007-08, broke the school record for most points in a season (60) and held over 200 in her career Was named the team's 2003-04 rookie of the year and was the team's best offensive player in 2004-05 and 2006-07 A six-year letterwinner in hockey Also a six-year letterwinner in softball.
Personal: Daughter of Shayne and Michele Downey Born February 19, 1991 Shoots right Undecided on a major Youngest of five children.
Pannek Ties Program Record
Kelly Pannek scored back-to-back goals just 15 seconds apart against Bemidji State last weekend.
Five Minutes with Sophie Skarzynski
Catch up with the sophomore defenseman as the Gophers prepare for this week's series at Wisconsin.
Pannek Garners WCHA Monthly Honors
Kelly Pannek is the WCHA Offensive Player of the Month for November after leading the NCAA with 18 points in six games.