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Raty led the nation with a 1.35 goals against average, posting the top shutout total in the country with 10. She opened the season by stopping 47-of-48 shots in her first 11 periods and helped Minnesota to No. 1 in the rankings. Raty was named the MVP of the WCHA Final Face-off, and was the MVP of the Frozen Four, allowing three goals in two games as Minnesota won its third national title and first since 2005. Raty set the school record for single-season victories.
GP-GS GA AVG SAVES PCT
40-39 53 1.35 854 .942
Wisconsin Athletics
Last season as a junior, Decker won the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award as the nation’s top player after posting 82 points in 40 games. She posted a +/- of +66. She entered her senior season ranked sixth in school history in assists (100) and fifth in points (189) and goals (86). She also set a UW single-season record with 12 game-winning goals as a sophomore.
GP G A PTS PCT
40 37 45 82 .143
North Dakota Athletics
Lamoureux finished the 2011-12 campaign with a team-high 82 points after scoring 34 goals with 48 assists in only 37 games. Her totals tied for the national lead in points and was first in points per game (2.22). She helped UND to a 22-12-3 record and was third nationally in goals per game at 0.92 while leading the country with 1.30 assists per contest. She was honored as a top-three finalist for national player of the year.
GP G A PTS PCT
37 26 45 71 .126