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 Katie Jacques
So., Forward
Tempe, AZ
2000-01 MIAC All-Conference.
Finished 10th in the MIAC in scoring with 29 points, and fifth in the league in goals with 19.
Sandra Johansson
Jr., Defense
Jonstorp, Sweden
2000-01 MIAC All-Conference.
Solidified the Concordia blueline after being switched from forward.
Shyla Wilson
So., Goalie
Cohasset, MN
2000-01 MIAC All-Conference.
Led the MIAC in Save Percentage. 

2/26 Concordia Places 3 Players on All-MIAC Team.
Three Concordia women's hockey players were named to the 2000-01 MIAC All-Conference team. Katie Jacques (So., Tempe, AZ), Sandra Johansson (Jr., Jonstorp, Sweden) and Shyla Wilson (So., Cohasset, MN) were all named first team All-MIAC. It is the first year for all three to be awarded the postseason honor. Wilson was named to the MIAC Honorable Mention team last year.

Jacques finished fifth in the league in goals scored with 19, and tenth in points with 29. She was named the MIAC Player of the Week on February 6th for her two-game performance against nationally ranked UW-Superior. She finished the season with a school record 29 goals, and was second in the nation in that category. She also finished in the top ten in the nation in overall points.

Johannson was switched from forward to defense this year, and was one of the main reasons Concordia finished in sixth place in the MIAC after only two years of competition. The team also set school records in wins and fewest goals allowed. She was also the team leader on the power play unit, and finished fifth in the nation in power play goals with 5. Overall, the Cobbers finished sixth in NCAA Division III in power play success rate.

Wilson led the league in save percentage, saves and shots faced. She was among the leaders in Division III in those categories as well. She broke her own school record for most wins in a season with 10. She was named the MIAC Player of the Week on February 13th for her 76-save performance against nationally ranked St. Mary's.

2000-2001 Women's Hockey All-MIAC TEAM

Name                               School               Position           Year
Courtney Adney           St. Catherine   Defense        Sophomore
Kristi Brusletto         Augsburg        Defense        Junior
Jessica Christopherson   St. Thomas      Forward        First year
Ellen Doyle              Gustavus        Defense        First year
Kim Hayes                St. Catherine   Forward        Sophomore
Mo Hayes                 St. Mary's      Defense        Junior
Mahrya Honer             St. Catherine   Forward        Junior
Katie Jacques            Concordia       Forward        Sophomore
Sandra Johansson         Concordia       Defense        Junior
Tennie McCabe            St. Mary's      Forward        First year
Missie Meemken           St. Mary's      Goalkeeper     Sophomore
Sarah Moe                Gustavus        Forward        Junior
Sarah Ray                St. Olaf        Defense        First year
Angie Rieger             Augsburg        Forward        Senior
Katy Rollwagen           St. Benedict    Forward        Junior
Kenzie Stensland         Gustavus        Forward        Sophomore
Tomery Stolz             St. Thomas      Forward        First year
Paula Vogt               St. Benedict    Forward        Senior
Missy Westergren         St. Mary's      Forward        Junior
Shyla Wilson             Concordia       Goalkeeper     Sophomore

Co-MIAC Players of the Year
Tennie McCabe            St. Mary's (First year)
Angie Rieger             Augsburg (Senior)

Co-MIAC Coaches of the Year
Duncan Ryhorchuck        St. Mary's
Jeff Smith               St. Catherine

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