Sarah Erickson tallied three points to lead Minnesota
Sarah Davis scores three goals and gets her first career hat trick in the win
Amanda Kessel got her fourth hat trick of the season, scoring three goals to pace the Gophers
Six different players scored goals for Minnesota in the victory
Megan Bozek and Amanda Kessel each tallied four points in the win
Kelly Seeler collected the gamewinner in a 1-0 win against Wisconsin.
2011-12 Senior Season: Played in 37 games, missing four games with a knee injury tallied two goals and 13 assists for 15 points recorded her 50th career point with an assist on Amanda Kessel's third goal of the game vs. St Cloud State (10/8) was a game high +2 vs. Minnesota State (10/21) had an assist vs. UNH (11/18) scored the only goal of the game in a 1-0 victory over Wisconsin (1/7) had two assists in the 6-0 win over St. Cloud State (2/25) assisted on West's game-winning goal in the WCHA semifinals against UND had an assist in Minnesota's win over North Dakota in the NCAA Quarterfinals (3/10) had an assists in Minnesota's 3-1 victory over Wisconsin in the Frozen Four (3/16) with 62 career points, ranks ninth in Minnesota history in points by a defenseman is tied for ninth in career goals by a defenseman with 15.
2010-11 Junior Season: Letterwinner Played in all 38 games and has 17 points Ranked ninth in scoring and third by defensemen Ranked second on the team in plus/minus at +27 Tallied 13 of her 17 points against conference opponents, ranking seventh among WCHA defensemen Tallied her first point of the year in the 5-0 win against St. Cloud State (10/22) Scored her first goal of the year in the 3-2 loss to Minnesota Duluth (10/29) Netted a power-play goal in the 7-5 win over Wisconsin (11/5) Tallied three points in the Minnesota State series (11/19-20), including two power-play assists Scored a goal and an assist in the 4-2 win against Harvard (11/28) Held a four-point scoring streak from Dec. 4-Jan. 7 Netted a goal in the 2-1 overtime time over Ohio State (12/12) Had two assists in the 5-3 win over North Dakota (2/18) Notched Minnesota's first goal en route to a 4-2 win over OSU (2/25) Set up Sarah Davis' power-play goal in the 3-2 win over OSU.
2009-10 Sophomore Season: Saw significant action in all 40 games and has scored three goals and 11 assists for 14 points Surpassed her rookie production of 11 points Was a +10 on the season Member of the power-play unit Has eight of her 14 points, including two goals, with the extra attacker Started her sophomore campaign with the first assist in the Chelsey Jones power-play, game-winning goal in the Syracuse win (10/2) Tied a career-high two assists in the 3-1 win over Minnesota Duluth when she held the first assist in both the game-winner and a power-play goal (10/16) Scored a power-play goal in the 7-0 win over St. Cloud State (10/24) Tallied two assists in the Wisconsin loss (11/1) Netted her second goal of the season in the 4-0 win over Clarkson (11/27) Finished the regular season with a four-game point streak with assists in both games against St. Cloud State (2/12-13) and a goal and assist against Wisconsin (2/19-20) Her assist in the SCSU game (2/12) was on Katie Frischmann's game-tying goal Held the first assist in Sam Downey's power-play goal (2/19) Trailing, 2-1, scored a power-play goal to tie the game and secure a win over Wisconsin (2/20) and helped clinch the co-WCHA regular season championship Letterwinner.
2008-09 Freshman Season: Played in 39 of 40 games, including 39 straight Had five goals and 11 assists for 16 points Held a plus/minus rating of +37, which tied for third overall and tied for second among defensemen Was paired with senior co-captain Melanie Gagnon for the majority of the season Of her five goals scored, two were on the power play Scored her first collegiate point in the Nov. 14 win over Bemidji State Added her first-career goal in the 6-3 Minnesota State win (11/21) Also recorded her first multiple-point game in the win against the Mavericks Held an assist in the 3-1 win over Harvard (11/28) Of her 15 points, 10 have come in the second half Had back-to-back games against Bemidji State in which she scored a goal (1/16-17) Scored both of her power-play goals against the Beavers Set a career-high two goals in the 4-1 win over North Dakota and added an assist in the second game for a three point weekend (2/13-14) Named the WCHA Defensive Player of the Week for her performance against UND, the Gophers' first honoree Tallied a career-high two assists in the 7-0 victory over St. Cloud State (2/20) Set up Jaimie Horton's goal in the 4-1 win over BSU during the first round of the WCHA playoffs Tallied an assist in the 7-2 win over Minnesota State (3/7) and held a +2 on the day.
The Seeler File: Ms. Hockey finalist Member of the Under-18 Team in 2007 Competed at Eden Prairie High School, where she helped the Eagles to two state championships in 2006 and 2008 under head coach Tim Morris Tallied 48 points her senior season, ranking second among Minnesota defensemen held 14 multiple-point games during her senior year Accumulated a +300 plus/minus mark in her career, including a +104 in 2005-06 All-tournament member in 2006 and in 2008 Pioneer Press All-State First Team selection in 2007 and 2008 Associated Press' three-time all-state honorable mention from 2005-2007 Four-time all-metro selection and all-conference honoree Named the team's best defender in 2007 A standout in lacrosse, was also a three-year letterwinner and was a member of the 2006, 2007 and 2008 state championship teams.
Personal: A 2008 graduate of Eden Prairie High School Child psychology major Daughter of Dan and Kris Seeler Born May 18, 1990 Shoots left High school teammate of Gopher forward Nikki Ludwigson.
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