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2001-02 Women's Hockey MIAC All-Conference Team

| 2001-02 Women's Hockey All-MIAC Team | 2001-02 Honorable Mention Team |
 Katie Jacques
Jr., Forward
Tempe, AZ
2001-02 MIAC All-Conference.
Second straight year she has been named to the MIAC All-Conference Team. Finished 3rd in the MIAC in scoring.
Lindsay Kurtis
So
Phoenix, Ariz.
2001-02 MIAC All-Conference.
2nd in the MIAC in assists.
Shyla Wilson
Jr.
Cohasset, MN
2001-02 MIAC All-Conference.
Second straight year she has been named to the MIAC All-Conference Team. 
Jenei Estrada
So.
Moreno Valley, Calif.
Named to the 2001-02 MIAC All-Conference Honorable Mention Team. 
Annie Knierem
Jr.
Glasgow, Mont.
Named to the 2001-02 MIAC All-Conference Honorable Mention Team.

Five Cobber Players and Coach Earn MIAC Postseason Honors.
Five players and head coach Arnie Caplan earned MIAC postseason honors.

Juniors Katie Jacques (Tempe, Ariz.) and Shyla Wilson (Cohasset, Minn.) were repeat selections on the all-conference team, and sophomore Lindsay Kurtis (So., Phoenix, Ariz.) earned the award for the first time in her career. Jenei Estrada (Moreno Valley, Calif.) and Annie Knierem (Jr., Glasgow, Mont.) were named to the MIAC All-Conference Honorable Mention Team. Kaplan, in his initial season, was named MIAC Co-Coach of the Year.

Jacques led the team in scoring with 24 goals and 21 assists. It is her highest point total in her three-year career as a Cobber. Jacques led the league in game-winning goals with eight. She also finished third in the MIAC in points (35) and goals (20), and fourth in assists (15).

Wilson was the backbone of the Cobber defense. She finished the season with a school-record 12 wins. Her ten wins in conference play also sets a school record. She finished the season with a goals against average of 2.48 - her lowest as a Cobber - and a save percentage of .921. She eclipsed the 1000 minutes of playing time plateau for the second time in her career.

Kurtis tied for the team lead in assists with 19. She finished the season with 33 total points. She now has 84 points in her first two years at Concordia. Kurtis finished second in the MIAC in assists, with 17. She was also seventh in overall scoring with 27 points and 12th in goals scored (10).

Knierem finished the year with 17 goals and 11 assists. She was third on the team in scoring. Her 22 league points placed her 13th on the scoring list. She also finished seventh in goals and sixth in power play goals. She had three game-winning goals, including the deciding tally in Concordia's first-ever playoff win over St. Ben's.

For Caplan, the award caps a season that saw him guide the Cobbers to a school-record 13 wins. The team also finished the season fourth in the MIAC, the highest finish ever for a Concordia women's hockey team. The final record of 13-8-1 also sets the record for fewest losses in a season by a Cobber women's team.

2001-2002 Women's Hockey MIAC All-Conference Team

Name                       School          Pos  Yr   Hometown
Lauren Chezick      Augsburg      F   FY  Hastings, Minn.
Katie Deschneau     Gustavus      F   SO  Arden Hills, Minn.
Ellen Doyle         Gustavus      D   SO  Eagan, Minn.
Susan Engel         St. Benedict  F   FY  Roseville, Minn.
Maureen Hayes       St. Mary's    D   SR  Cottage Grove, Minn.
Katie Jacques       Concordia     F   JR  Tempe, Ariz.
Jana Jurkovich      St. Thomas    D   FY  Edina, Minn.
Emily Kearns        St. Mary's    F   SO  Hopkins, Minn.
Lindsay Kurtis      Concordia     F   SO  Phoenix, Ariz.
Bobee Jo Lang       Gustavus      D   FY  Austin, Minn.
Deidre Lindstrom    St. Catherine F   FY  Benson, Minn.
Annie Mattison      Augsburg      D   SR  Anchorage, Alaska
Missie Meemken      St. Mary's    G   JR  St. Cloud, Minn.
Sarah Moe           Gustavus      F   SR  West Des Moines, Iowa
Tiffany Petermeier  St. Thomas    F   FY  Grand Rapids, Minn.
Sarah Ray           St. Olaf      D   JR  St. Paul, Minn.
Katy Rollwagen      St. Benedict  F   SR  St. Paul, Minn.
MicKenzie Stensland Gustavus      F   SR  Stillwater, Minn.
Tomery Stolz        St. Thomas    F   SO  St. Louis Park, Minn.
Mindy Westergren    St. Mary's    D   SR  Lonsdale, Minn.
Missy Westergren    St. Mary's    F   SR  Lonsdale, Minn.
Shyla Wilson        Concordia     G   JR  Cohasset, Minn.

MIAC Player of the Year
Sarah Moe - Gustavus (Senior Forward)

Co-MIAC Coaches of the Year
Arnie Caplan - Concordia
Mike Carroll - Gustavus


2001-2002 Women's Hockey MIAC Honorable Mention Team
Goaltenders-
Katie Fedoryk-Augsburg
Andrea Smith-St. Olaf
Danielle Mikolai-St. Thomas
Defense-
Kristi Brusletto-Augsburg
Jenei Estrada-Concordia
Niki Simon-Hamline
Kari Dykhoff-St. Ben's
Sarah Ladd-St. Ben's
Monica Deringer-St. Mary's
Forwards-
Melynda Kleewein-Augsburg
Emily Louwsma-Bethel
Alyson Sundberg-Bethel
Annie Knierim-Concordia
Anne Katz-Gustavus
Laura Stypulkowski-Gustavus
Kim Hayes-St. Kate's
Tennie McCabe-St. Mary's
Kate Barnett-St. Olaf
Heather Martin-St. Thomas
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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