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Lindsay Roethke
Lindsay  Roethke

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Buffalo, Minn.

High School:
Buffalo

Height:
5-2

Position:
Forward


09/20/2017

MacKenzie Offers 2017-18 Preview in Conference Call

Women's Hockey Returns Eight Seniors, Adds Six Freshmen.

09/15/2017

Women's Hockey Setting the Bar High in Preseason

34-Game Schedule Awaits the Huskies

04/18/2017

Three Women's Ice Hockey Players Honored At Scholar's Day

Belanger, Roethke and Lersch were all part of prestigious ceremony.

02/10/2017

Lindblad Nets Both in 2-1 Win at Maine Friday

Huskies return to Alfond Arena tomorrow for game two with the Black Bears.

12/03/2016

UConn Ousts BU 2-1 Saturday

Huskies defeat the Terriers for the first time since 2009-10.

10/14/2017

UCONN vs Union

UCONN vs Union (photo by Stephen Slade)

01/06/2017

UConn vs Merrimack

UConn vs Merrimack (photo by Stephen Slade)

11/29/2014

UConn vs Yale

UConn vs Yale Women's Hockey

2016-17: Played in all 36 games...Named Hockey East Top Scholar-Athlete...Contributed one goal and four assists throughout the season...Took 23 shots and recorded .043 shot percentage...Game-winning goal over New Hampshire on Nov. 6...Each of her four assists came in a winning effort, including 5-1 victory over Union in season-opener on Sept. 30.

2015-16:
Appeared in all 37 games…had one assist on the season…put up 20 shots and blocked 17…assisted Margaret Zimmer’s game-winning goal in the 2-1 victory at Vermont (Jan. 29).


2014-15:
Skated in 15 contests as a freshman...finished with two points...had an assist in her first collegiate contest, a win at Union (Oct. 10)...also picked up a helper at Providence (Nov. 9)...fired a season-high two shots at Northeastern (Jan. 3).

Before UConn: Played high school hockey at Buffalo High School in Buffalo, Minn. ...played four years for Buffalo under Ray Dahlof...captained the squad as a junior and senior...finished her career as the second-leading scorer in program history with 167 points on 61 goals and a school-record 107 assists...four-time All-Conference...Buffalo won its conference in three of her four years...First Team All-Section as a senior...Minnesota Coaches Association All-State Honorable Mention...participated in the USA Hockey Select-16 National Camp...also played tennis in high school...was named to the All-Conference Academic Team four times and was twice recognized as Academic All-State.

Personal: Lindsay Catherine Roethke...Daughter of Edward and Jennifer Roethke...Has a younger sister, Allison, and a younger brother, Ryan...Allied health sciences major.

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