2012 Lady Ducks 19u Tier I National Championship Participants
2010-2012 Lady Ducks 16u Tier I National Championship Participants
2008-2012 Lady Ducks 14u Tier I National Championship Participants
2005-2012 Lady Ducks 12u tier I National Championship Participants
2012 USAH Tier I Nationals Participants: 12u, 14u, 16u, 19u
2012 USAH Tier I 14u Nationals Bronze Medalists
2011 USAH Tier I Nationals Participants: 12u, 14u, 16u
2011 USAH Tier II Nationals Participants: 12u, 14u, 19u
2011 USAH Tier II 19u Nationals Bronze Medalists
2011 USAH Tier I 16u Nationals Bronze Medalists
2010 USAH Tier I Nationals Participants, 12u, 14u
2010 USAH Tier I 14u and 12u Nationals Bronze Medalists
2009 USAH Tier I Nationals Participants: 12u & 14u
2009 USAH Tier I 14u Nationals Bronze Medalists
2008 USAH Tier I Nationals Participants 12u & 14u
2008 USAH Tier I 14u Nationals Bronze Medalists
2007 USAH Tier I Nationals Participants 12u
2007 USAH Tier I 12u NATIONAL CHAMPIONS
2006 USAH Tier I Nationals Participants 12u
2006 USAH Tier I 12u Nationals Bronze Medalists
2005 USAH Tier I Nationals Participants 12u
2003-2004 Lady Ducks Inaugural 8u team
2002-2003 Lady Ducks Inaugural 10u team
2001-2002 Lady Ducks Inaugural 12u team
2001 USAH Tier I Nationals Participants 15u
1999 Pacific District 15u Runners-up
1998-1999: Lady Ducks inaugural season (fielding 15u and 19u teams)
48 Lady Ducks Alumni in College Hockey
2 Lady Ducks Alumni Team USA 18u
The Lady Ducks spent the week wearing purple and talking about DIFD. It is an important time to discuss teen mental health and let all young people know that we all have a support system and there is ALWAYS someone you can talk to when there is trouble or tough times. Be there for a friend or a teammate. go out of your way to show someone you care and are there for them if they might need you. Listen. You can make a difference.
Lady Ducks teams powered through the CAHA MLK Invitational with 8u, 10u 14AA and 16AAA teams all coming away with a Championship! 12AAA team were strong finalists losing to undefeated Ottawa. The LD teams fielded teams in every division in the tournament with only the 19AAA staying home (due to no other 19AAA's to play against). For more information on this great weekend of competition and team bonding, check out reports on Facebook and join our group, Lady Ducks!
Youngest Women's Team USA Member is Released 19-year-old, Annie Pankowski was officially released from the Final US Women's Olympic Roster. She would have been the youngest player on the team and the only one with no college experience to this point. Mark Johnson, head coach of Wisconsin on Pankowski: “She has gotten great exposure and wonderful opportunities to not only play with the U.S. national team, but to work out with them and be around them on a daily basis. There are some fantastic mentors on that group, with Meghan (Duggan), Brianna (Decker), Jessie (Vetter), Hilary (Knight) and some of the other players who are part of that group. It is a great opportunity for her to grow as a player, and as she enters her freshman year next fall at Wisconsin, she is going to be that much better and experienced. We are excited for her opportunity that she has had this year and look forward to her coming in next fall. I think Badger fans will be excited to see her develop and continue her growth process during her four years at Wisconsin.”All Lady Ducks are SO PROUD of Annie's amazing accomplishment and wish her the best at Wisconsin over the next 4 years. She will be starting next fall to begin her college hockey career. Barring a late injury or illness by a TEAM USA member, Annie will not make the trip to Socchi. We know you will be back in that mix again, Annie! We wish you and our USA Women's Olympic Team the greatest Success!
The Lady Ducks wore PINK all month as the club promoted Breast Cancer awareness and donated $300 from proceeds of t-shirt sales to the Susan G. Komen Foundation!! This was one of several community awareness and support activities that the Lady Ducks are involved in Annually. The 16AAA team is shown below after their off-ice training session. A Bright Sunny Day in Pink for the LD program… just another Great Day for Hockey!