July 22, 2014
Despite falling short of an NCAA three-peat, the Gophers enjoyed a highly successful and exciting 2013-14 campaign, which included the program's sixth WCHA Final Face-off title and eighth WCHA regular season title, the program's first-ever outdoor game in the Hockey City Classic at TCF Bank Stadium and the program's 10th NCAA Frozen Four appearance. Gophersports.com will count down the top 10 moments from the season.
#1: Gophers Advance to Third-Straight Title Game with Rally Over Wisconsin
The Gophers rallied past Wisconsin in a 5-3 comeback win to advance to the 2014 NCAA Women's Frozen Four national championship game on March 21, 2014. Minnesota scored three unanswered goals in the third period, rallying from 3-2 and 1-0 deficits, and sophomore Amanda Leveille tied her career-best with 34 saves. Sophomore Hannah Brandt, senior Kelly Terry and freshman Dani Cameranesi each recorded two points to lead the Gophers.
Gopher Women's Hockey Live vs. Boston University
Follow the action between the Gophers and Terriers on Friday night in Boston.
Future Gophers Named to USA U-18 Team
Alex Gulstene, Taylor Wente, and Grace Zumwinkle will represent the U.S. Women's National Under-18 Team at the 2017 world championship.
Five Minutes with Megan Wolfe
As the team approaches the mid-point of the season, senior Megan Wolfe reflects on her Gophers career so far.