Women's Ice Hockey Concludes 2011-2012 Season

Overall: 19-4-3 (14-3-1 ECAC)
Holy Cross 3, St. Michael's  0, ECAC Open Semi-final, Manchester, N.H., 2/25; Holy Cross 3, St. Anselm 7,  ECAC Open Championship, Manchester, N.H., 2/26
Season is complete

  • The Holy Cross women's ice hockey traveled to Manchester, N.H. last weekend (Feb. 25-26) to participate in the ECAC Open Tournament. The Crusaders won the semi-final game against St. Michael's 3-0 but fell in the championship game against St. Anselm 7-3. Holy Cross had won the previous three ECAC Open championships before this year.
  • Holy Cross ends the 2011-2012 season with an overall record of 19-4-3. The senior class consisting of Carly Dominick-Sobol (Syracuse, N.Y.), Stacey Hochkins (New Boston, Mich.), Nicola Garat (Princeton, N.J.) and Amy Pfund (Tenafly, N.J.) ends their careers having totaled the most wins of any class in the history of the program. Their final record stands at 80-19-7 over the past four years. As freshmen, they were part of the 2008-2009 team that set seven single-season records including most wins (24), goals (117), assists (161), points (278), shorthanded goals (10), fewest goals allowed (37) and lowest goals against average (1.37). Dating from March 1, 2008 to Dec. 4, 2011, these seniors were part of 94 of a record 96 game streak without being shutout.
  • Hochkins ends her career having set school records in all six major offensive categories. She scored 103 goals and added 86 assists for 189 points over the past four years. Her other career records include game winning goals with 18, power play goals with 22 and shorthanded goals with 15. She also broke the single-season record for goals this year with 28 and holds the single-season points record with 53 in 2008-2009.
  • Goaltender Dominick-Sobol ends her career ranking first in school history in save percentage at .926, third in goals against average at 1.72 and fourth in both wins (30) and saves (896). She also broke the single-season record in save percentage this season ending at .940, and holds fourth in single-season goals against average at 1.66. Garat ranks third in career game winning goals with 13, tied for third in shorthanded goals (4), fourth in goals (58), tied for sixth in power play goals with 14 and seventh in points with 98. She is also tied for second in single-season game winning goals recording six in 2008-2009.
  • Through 12 seasons as the head coach of the Crusaders, Peter Van Buskirk as accumulated an overall record of 180-111-20.
  • The 2011-2012 women's ice hockey season has come to an end.