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38 Days, 38 Sports: Women's Hockey

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 08/12/2013
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As a countdown to the start of the 2013-14 athletic schedule, GoPrincetonTigers.com will take a look at each of Princeton's 38 sports. A new post will be added each day Monday through Friday until the first Princeton athletic event on Aug. 31.

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 Princeton Women's Hockey: Five Numbers to Know
1980 First season 6

Ivy League Championships

1 NCAA Tournament appearance 4

Patty Kazmaier Award candidates

19 Postseason appearances

 Head Coach

Jeff Kampersal '92
18th season as head coach at his alma mater
• USA Women's Hockey U-18 Head Coach since 2011
• Coaching record of 256-215-47
3 ECAC Hockey Coach of the Year awards
• Led Princeton to its first NCAA  Tournament appearance in 2006
• Coached 60 All-ECAC Players, 1 All-America and 4 Patty Kazmaier candidates


Two to Watch

Sally Butler '14
• Ranked in the top 3 in scoring every year of her career
• Enters senior season with 60 points (32-28-60) in 89 games
• Collected 15 multiple-point games
• Scored 10 game-winning goals
3-Time ECAC All-Academic


Kimberly Newell '16
• Starting goalie as a freshman in 2012-13
• Went 10-14-2 with a .915 save percentage and 2.89 GAA
• Stopped career-high 47 shots vs. Ohio State
30+ saves in 12 games
• ECAC Player of the Week on Feb. 5
• ECAC All-Academic Team
• Won a gold medal at the 2013 IIHF U18 Women's World Championship as a member of Team Canada


 Five Princeton Women's Hockey Facts

• Princeton has had 12 players play on national teams. Nikola Holmes '03 (Germany) and Andrea Kilbourne '03 (USA) both played in Olympics Games. Six have played in the IIHF Women's World Championship, including Gretchen Anderson '04 (USA), Annamarie Holmes '03 (USA), Kathy Issel '95 (USA), Liz Keady '08 (USA), Megan Van Beusekom '04 (USA) and Kilbourne.

• Princeton leads the all-time series with seven of the eight ECAC league teams. The Tigers are 38-29-2 against Brown, 14-8-1 against Clarkson, 21-7-3 vs. Colgate, 40-29-3 vs. Cornell, 37-31-5 against Dartmouth, 10-7-2 vs. Quinnipiac, 8-5-3 against RPI, 27-21-3 vs. St. Lawrence, 19-0-1 vs. Union and 56-12-2 vs. Yale). The only league team with an advantage is Harvard at 43-29-4.

• The award for the nation's best women's hockey player is called the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award. Kazmaier is a 1986 graduate of Princeton, playing during the 1981-82, 82-83, 83-84 and 85-86. She helped Princeton to three consecutive Ivy League titles as a defender. She was named honorable mention All-Ivy as a freshman and second-team All-Ivy in both her sophomore and junior years. As a senior she was named the Ivy League MVP and first-team All-Ivy and All-ECAC. Kazmaier died in 1990, at age 28, after a long struggle with a rare blood disease.

• Princeton has been ranked in both the USA Hockey and USCHO poll. The Tigers highest ranking was No. 5 during the 1998-99 season. Princeton was also ranked No. 5 in the USCHO poll in 2005-06 when the team made its first NCAA appearance.

• Princeton has made the post season in all but four years since the program began in 1979-80, a total of 29 years. The Tigers had a streak of 11 straight ECAC tournament appearances from 2001-02 to 2011-12.

 July 10 - Baseball
July 11 - Field Hockey
July 12 - Football
July 15 - Women's Tennis
July 16 - Men's Heavyweight Rowing
July 17 - Women's Basketball
July 18 - Men's Outdoor Track & Field
July 19 - Women's Open Rowing
July 22 - Men's Lacrosse
July 23 - Women's Squash
July 24 - Men's Golf
July 25 - Women's Volleyball
July 26 - Men's Basketball
July 29 - Women's Lacrosse
July 30 - Men's Hockey
July 31 - Women's Swimming
Aug. 1 - Men's Tennis
Aug. 2 - Women's Cross Country
Aug. 5 - Wrestling
Aug. 6 - Women's Indoor Track & Field
Aug. 7 - Men's Cross Country
Aug. 8 - Women's Outdoor Track & Field
Aug. 9 - Men's Swimming
Aug. 10 - Women's Hockey

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October
31
Friday
W. Hockey
at Cornell
- 3:00 PM
November
01
Saturday
W. Hockey
at Colgate
- 3:00 PM
November
07
Friday
W. Hockey
vs. RIT
- 3:00 PM
November
08
Saturday
W. Hockey
vs. RIT
- 3:00 PM
November
14
Friday
W. Hockey
vs. Union
- 7:00 PM
November
15
Saturday
W. Hockey
vs. Rensselaer
- 4:00 PM
November
21
Friday
W. Hockey
vs. St. Lawrence
- 7:00 PM
November
22
Saturday
W. Hockey
vs. Clarkson
- 4:00 PM
November
25
Tuesday
W. Hockey
vs. Quinnipiac
- 7:00 PM
November
29
Saturday
W. Hockey
vs. Minnesota
- 2:00 PM
November
30
Sunday
W. Hockey
vs. Minnesota
- 2:00 PM
December
05
Friday
W. Hockey
at Harvard
- 7:00 PM
December
06
Saturday
W. Hockey
at Dartmouth
- 4:00 PM
January
02
Friday
W. Hockey
at Rensselaer
- 3:00 PM
January
03
Saturday
W. Hockey
at Union
- 3:00 PM
January
06
Tuesday
W. Hockey
at Quinnipiac
- 7:00 PM
January
09
Friday
W. Hockey
vs. Yale
- 3:00 PM
January
10
Saturday
W. Hockey
vs. Brown
- 3:00 PM
January
26
Monday
W. Hockey
at Boston College
- 7:00 PM
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