Rachael Bona and Rachel Ramsey are three-time Academic All-Big Ten honorees
The Gophers and Crimson will meet in Sunday's national championship game
The Gophers face the Badgers in the national semifinal round at Ridder Arena Friday
The WCHA announced its annual postseason awards this week
Minnesota defeated Minnesota State, 5-1, to move onto the league tournament next weekend.
2014-15 • Senior Season: Named to WCHA All-Academic Team • appeared in five games • stopped lone shot faced in the third period of 5-1 win at Minnesota State (Nov. 21) • made five saves on five shots in the third period to combine with Sidney Peters in a 4-0 shutout win over Minnesota State (Nov. 22) • made 18 saves in second career start and complete-game shutout in a 4-0 win at St. Cloud State (Jan. 23) • made seven saves in the third period of 7-1 win over UMD (Feb. 13) • stopped five of six shots faced and combined with Amanda Leveille to earn a 5-1 win over Minnesota State in the WCHA First Round (Feb. 28).
2013-14 • Junior Season: Named WCHA All-Academic Team and Academic All-Big Ten honoree • played in three games and did not allow a goal, making 12 saves on 12 shots • played two periods in 7-0 exhibition win over Team Japan and made one save • played the final 6:03 at Yale and did not face a shot (Nov. 23) • made eight saves on eight shots in the third period in a 9-1 win over Princeton (Dec. 1) • made four saves on four shots in the third period in the 7-1 win over St. Cloud State (March 1) in the WCHA First Round.
2012-13 • Sophomore Season: Did not see playing time.
2011-12 • Freshman Season: Appeared in her first career game for the third period of a 8-0 victory over St. Cloud State (Oct. 8), stopped all three shots faced • made first career start and recorded a shutout, making 20 saves in a victory over Minnesota State (Oct. 20) • played the third period in the 11-0 win over New Hampshire (Nov. 18) and saved all seven shots faced • played the last 7:30 in Minnesota's 6-1 win over St. Cloud State (Feb. 24) and did not face a shot • did not allow a goal in 107 minutes played during the season.
High School/Club: Played at New Prague High School • a team captain in her senior season • a three-time all-conference honoree (2009, 2010 and 2011) • all-state honorable selection in 2011 • a top-10 goalie for the Let's Play Hockey Senior Goalie award • held a career .927 save percentage and a goals against average of 2.23 at New Prague • had the highest save percentage in the Missota Conference two-straight seasons and posted the league's lowest GAA in 2010 and second-lowest in 2011 • had the most saves (687 in 744 shots on goal) and played more minutes than any other goalie in the conference • a four-year letterwinner in hockey and a two-year letterwinner in soccer.
Personal: A 2011 graduate of New Prague High School • major is sports management • born May 22, 1993 • daughter of Mark and Kelli Sletta • catches left.
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