• Women's Ice Hockey Announces the Class of 2014
    June 14, 2010
    Providence, RI – Head coach Digit Murphy recently announced the Brown women’s ice hockey Class of 2014, consisting of seven promising players, including three forwards, three defensemen, and one goalie. The newcomers will join with last season’s promising freshman class to give the Bears an exciting young core, which could return Brown to the upper echelon of the ECAC Hockey League.
  • Meaghan Guckian Named Assistant Women's Ice Hockey Coach
    June 10, 2010
    Providence, RI - Head women's hockey coach Margaret “Digit” Murphy recently announced the addition of Meaghan Guckian as an assistant coach for the 2010-11 season. Guckian comes to Brown from the Rochester Institute of Technology, where she was an assistant coach last season, and worked primarily with the goaltenders.
  • Brown's Digit Murphy Named Head Coach of U.S. Under-22 Select Team
    May 19, 2010
    Providence, RI - USA Hockey today announced the coaching staffs for both the 2010 U.S. Women's Under-18 and Under-22 Select Teams. The squads will take part in the 2010 USA Hockey Women's National Festival prior to playing a pair of three-game series against Canada in mid-August. Brown's Margaret "Digit" Murphy will continue her involvement with USA Hockey by serving as the head coach of the U-22 squad.
  • Ali Brewer '00 and Tara Mounsey '02.5 Named to ECAC Hockey All-Decade Team
    April 13, 2010
    Providence, RI - A pair of former Brown greats were recognized on Tuesday afternoon, as goalie Ali Brewer '00 and defenseman Tara Mounsey '02.5 were named to the ECAC Hockey All-Decade First Team. Brewer is the only Brown player to ever win the Kazmeier Award, given annually to the most outstanding player in women's collegiate hockey, while Mounsey is 13th all-time in scoring at Brown, and appeared in the 1998 and 2002 Winter Olympics for the United States, winning the gold in 1998.
  • Brown Alum Becky Kellar '97 Wins Gold in Vancouver
    February 26, 2010
    Becky Kellar '97 and the Canadian women's hockey team wrapped up one of the most dominant stretches in Olympic history on Thursday evening, beating the United States 2-0 to clinch the gold medal, the third of Kellar's illustrious career. In the five-game run to the gold, the Canadians gave up just two goals, outscoring their opponents by a total of 48-2, and facing a serious challenge only from the United States.
  • Freshman Katie Jamieson Receives All-Ivy Accolades
    February 25, 2010
    Providence, R.I. - Freshman goalkeeper Katie Jamieson (Waterloo, ON) was named to the Second Team All-Ivy in an announcement made Thursday morning, recognizing her for a tremendous rookie season. Jamieson started 27 of 28 games for the Bears, consistently keeping opponents off balance as she compiled three shutouts and a slim 3.21 goals against average.
  • Laurie Jolin Named ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Week
    February 22, 2010
    Providence, R.I. - Freshman hockey player Laurie Jolin was named the ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Week on Monday after helping Brown to its first league win of the season over the weekend in an overtime upset of Princeton. The victory marked the second consecutive season in which Brown has knocked off the Tigers on the road in overtime, and dashed Princeton's hopes for home ice in the playoffs.
  • Jolin Scores in Third Consecutive Game, but Bears Fall 8-1 to Quinnipiac
    February 20, 2010
    Coming off an emotional win against Princeton on Friday evening, the Bears (3-21-4, 1-18-3) fell to a strong Quinnipiac (18-8-8, 11-4-7) team on the road on Saturday afternoon, as the Bobcats' offense scored early and often in a 8-1 Quinnipiac win. Freshman Laurie Jolin (Lachine, QU) was the highlight of the contest for the Bears, as she tallied a goal for the third consecutive game, wrapping up her rookie season with a team-high 13 points.
  • Bears Stun Princeton 4-3 in Overtime Behind Jolin's Game-Winner
    February 19, 2010
    Princeton, N.J. - Brown (3-20-4, 1-17-3) picked up its first league win of the season on Friday evening, beating Princeton (12-12-4, 10-7-4) in an overtime upset for the second consecutive year by coming away with a 4-3 victory in extra time. Freshman Laurie Jolin led the way for the Bears, picking up an assist and the game-winning goal to give her 12 points on the season, while goalie Katie Jamieson had 32 saves, including several huge stops down the stretch to preserve the win.
  • Colgate Takes 4-3 Comeback Win Over Bears in Home Finale
    February 13, 2010
    The Bears (2-20-4, 0-17-3) lost a 4-3 heartbreaker on Senior Day at Meehan on Saturday afternoon, as the Colgate Raiders (10-18-4, 6-10-4) took a comeback win behind four goals from senior Katie Stewart. The Bears got two points apiece from rookies Alena Polenska and Laurie Jolin, and held leads of 2-0 and 3-1, but couldn’t hold off a late charge by the Raiders despite 33 saves from freshman goalie Katie Jamieson.
  • Becky Kellar '97 Prepares for Fourth Olympics Appearance
    February 12, 2010
    Becky Kellar '97 will carry on the rich tradition of Brown hockey players in the Olympics in the coming weeks, as the forward will appear in her fourth consecutive Winter Games as a member of Team Canada. Kellar, who ranks ninth all-time in scoring at Brown, has already won two gold medals and one silver in her previous appearances, and has been a part of the Canadian National Team since 1997.
  • Bears Fall to Cornell 4-0
    February 12, 2010
    Despite a solid effort from rookie goalie Katie Jamieson (Waterloo, ON), who had 36 saves, the Bears lost a tough 4-0 game to a strong Cornell squad, which had been receiving votes in the national power polls. With the loss, Brown falls to 2-19-4 on the season, including 0-16-3 in league play, while Cornell improves to 12-8-6 overall, and 11-2-6 against ECAC opponents.
  • Dartmouth Takes 4-2 Game Despite Farrer's Two Goals
    February 06, 2010
    Hanover, N.H. - Freshman forward Erica Farrer (Calgary, Alb.) had the best game of her collegiate career on Saturday evening, scoring her second and third career goals at Dartmouth, but it wasn't enough to help the Bears (2-18-4, 0-15-3 ECAC) hold off the Big Green (10-12-2, 7-10-1 ECAC) in a 4-2 loss. Farrer scored in the first period to give Brown the early lead, and again in the third to tie the action at two, but Dartmouth's offense was relentless, powering the home team to the win.
  • #6 Harvard Grabs 4-1 Win Over Bears
    February 05, 2010
    Despite holding even with the #6 Crimson (14-5-4, 10-5-2) through much of two periods, Brown (2-17-4, 0-14-3) dropped a 4-1 game to Harvard on Friday evening, as rookie goalie Katie Jamieson's 40 saves weren't enough to staunch the Crimson's offense. Freshman defender Victoria Smith scored her first career goal to pull the Bears into a 1-1 deadlock in the second period, but Harvard goalie Laura Bellamy allowed nothing else past her in just her eighth career start.
  • Bears Drop 3-2 Overtime Thriller to Yale
    January 31, 2010
    In the second half of a weekend home-and-home series against Ivy rival Yale, the Bears lost a tough 3-2 game in overtime at Meehan Auditorium on Sunday afternoon, despite a goal and an assist from junior Erica Kromm. With the loss, Brown falls to 2-16-4 on the season, including 0-13-3 in ECAC Hockey play, while Yale improves to 9-11-3 overall, and 7-8-1 against league opponents.
  • Women's Hockey Game At Yale Delayed
    January 30, 2010
    Due to a problem with the compressors at Ingalls Rink, the women's hockey game against Yale has been moved back to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday afternoon. Brown fans will still be able to follow the Bears through B2 Networks and live stats by logging on to www.brownbears.com.
  • Yale Takes 3-0 Win over Visiting Bears
    January 30, 2010
    Yale defended its home ice on Saturday afternoon in the first half of a home-and-home series with the Bears, taking a 3-0 victory despite 24 saves from rookie goalie Katie Jamieson. With the loss, Brown falls to 2-15-4 on the season, including 0-12-3 in league play, while Yale improves to 8-11-3 overall, and 6-8-1 against ECAC opponents.
  • #3 Clarkson Takes 3-0 Decision Over Bears
    January 23, 2010
    Despite playing the third-ranked team in the nation on Saturday afternoon, the Bears (2-14-4, 0-11-3 ECAC) remained undaunted, coming up just short in a 3-0 loss to #3 Clarkson (17-5-3, 11-1-1 ECAC) that was closer than the final score indicated. Brown came out playing well, outshooting the Golden Knights 13-7 in the first period, but Clarkson was able to pick up an early goal, and held on from there for the 3-0 victory despite 35 saves from rookie goalie Katie Jamieson.
  • St. Lawrence Takes Hard Fought 3-2 Game Over Brown
    January 22, 2010
    The Bears dropped a 3-2 game to a tough St. Lawrence squad on Friday night, as the Saints used a strong second period and solid goaltending to pick up the win, despite 44 from rookie goalie Katie Jamieson. Fellow freshman Alena Polenska and senior Erin Connors each scored for the Bears. With the loss, Brown falls to 2-13-4 on the season, and 0-10-3 in league play, while St. Lawrence improves to 11-7-6 overall, and 7-3-2 against ECAC foes.
  • Brown Drops 3-0 Decision to Union Dutchwomen
    January 16, 2010
    Providence, R.I. - Brown hosted Union College in an ECAC Hockey league game on Saturday afternoon, coming away with a 3-0 defeat after the Bears were unable to solve Union goalie Alana Marcinko, who recorded 47 saves. With the loss, Brown falls to 2-12-4 on the season, and 0-8-3 in league play, while Union improves to 5-18-1 overall, and 1-9-1 against ECAC opponents.
  • Rensselaer Hands Brown 2-0 Defeat, First of 2010
    January 15, 2010
    Providence, R.I. – The Bears lost a tight game on Friday night at Meehan Auditorium, as Rensselaer handed Brown its first loss of 2010 by a 2-0 margin, despite 32 saves from rookie goalie Katie Jamieson (Waterloo, ON). Brown played the Engineers evenly for most of the contest, matching the visitors in shots, but Rensselaer used a two-goal burst in the second period to pull away and pick up the win. With the loss, Brown falls to 2-11-4 on the season, with an 0-8-3 mark in league play, while Rensselaer improves to 8-9-5 overall and 5-3-3 against ECAC Hockey opponents.
  • Bears Fight to 5-5 Draw Against #10 Boston University
    January 10, 2010
    Brown stayed undefeated in 2010 on Sunday afternoon, tying #10 Boston University in a thrilling, back-and-forth 5-5 contest. Sophomore defenseman Jacquie Pierri scored her first career goal in the second period to give the Bears a 1-0 lead, setting off a flurry of goals from both sides that tied the highest offensive output of the season for Brown, matching the five goals they scored against Providence College. With the tie, Brown improves to 2-10-4 on the season, while Boston moves to 8-6-8 overall.
  • Bears Open New Year With 2-0 Win Over Vermont
    January 03, 2010
    Brown scored on its first power play of 2010 on Sunday afternoon, as rookie Laurie Jolin tallied an extra man goal to give Bruno a 1-0 lead for most of the game, while fellow freshman Katie Jamieson made 34 saves to pick up the shutout. Senior Sasha Van Muyen added an empty net goal with less than a minute remaining to provide the final margin. With the win, Brown improves to 2-10-3 overall, including an 0-7-3 ECAC Hockey record, while Vermont falls to 5-13-1 on the season.
  • Brown Drops 5-0 Game to #10 Cornell
    December 05, 2009
    Brown wrapped up the first half of its season on Saturday afternoon, skating to a 5-0 loss at the #10 Cornell Big Red, one of the top teams in ECAC Hockey this season. Rookie goalie Katie Jamieson made 35 saves, but it wasn't enough to stop Cornell's offense, which kept steady pressure on the Brown net en route to the win. With the loss, Brown falls to 1-10-3 on the season, including 0-7-3 in league play, while Cornell improves to 8-4-2 overall, including 7-1-2 against ECAC opponents.
  • Dancewicz Scores Two in 4-2 Loss
    December 04, 2009
    The Bears dropped a hard-fought 4-2 game to the Colgate Raiders on Friday evening, as junior Jenna Dancewicz’s two goals weren’t enough to overcome some hot shooting by the hosts, as the Raiders built a 3-0 lead in the first period and held on for the win. With the loss, Brown falls to 1-9-3 on the season, and 0-6-3 in league play, while Colgate improves to 4-11-3 overall, and 2-4-3 against ECAC Hockey foes.
  • Bears Drop 3-2 Thriller to St. Cloud State
    November 28, 2009
    The Bears lost an exciting 3-2 game on Saturday afternoon, as St. Cloud State used opportunistic scoring to edge Bruno despite 22 saves from junior goalie Joy Joung in her first career start. With the loss, Brown falls to 1-8-3 on the season, with an 0-5-3 record in ECAC play, while St. Cloud improves to 7-9-0 overall, and 4-8-0 against WCHA opponents.
  • Brown Comeback Comes Up Just Short, Bears Fall to St. Cloud 5-4
    November 27, 2009
    Though the Bears twice came back from two-goal deficits to tie the game, Brown was unable to get the necessary final push to take the lead, and dropped a tight 5-4 decision to St. Cloud State on Friday afternoon. Juniors Samantha Stortini and Erica Kromm each had a goal and an assist in the loss, helping Brown to its second highest offensive output of the season. With the loss, the Bears drop to 1-7-3 on the season, while St. Cloud improves to 6-9-0 overall.
  • Polenska Scores Third of Season, But Bears Fall 5-1 to Harvard
    November 21, 2009
    The Bears got an exciting goal from rookie Alena Polenska (Kutna Hora, Czech Republic) to tie the game early on Saturday afternoon at Meehan, but couldn’t hold on, as Harvard came away with a 5-1 victory. With the loss, Brown falls to 1-6-3 in the early going, including an 0-5-3 mark in ECAC Hockey, while the Crimson improve to 5-3-1 overall, and 5-3-0 against league opponents.
  • Jamieson's 48 Saves Not Enough in 5-2 Loss
    November 20, 2009
    Despite rookie goalie Katie Jamieson’s (Waterloo, ON) career high 48 saves, the Bears dropped a 5-2 decision to the visiting Big Green on Friday night in a game that was much closer than the final score indicated. With the loss, Brown falls to 1-5-3 on the season, including 0-4-3 in ECAC Hockey action, while Dartmouth evens its record at 3-3-1 overall and 3-3-1 in league play.
  • Jamieson Named ECAC Hockey Goalie of the Week
    November 16, 2009
    Brown freshman goalkeeper Katie Jamieson (Waterloo, ON) has been named the ECAC Hockey Goalie of the Week for her terrific play in a pair of overtime ties over the weekend. Jamieson allowed just one goal in 128 minutes of play, and made 67 saves to help the Bears earn two points in the league standings.
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