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Brad Frost
University of Minnesota Women's Hockey Coach. 2000, 2004, 2005, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016 National Championships- Most importantly, Husband and Father of 3
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Brad Frost 2h
Our program is so excited to be a part of Hockey Day Minnesota!
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Minnesota Women’s Hockey 4h
is honored and SO EXCITED to take part in this season! What a great time celebrating our great sport at today's announcement. Thanks, and ! 〽️🏒
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Minnesota Women’s Hockey 21h
These two combined for a .922 save percentage and a 1.76 goals against average last season with 39 wins and 5 shutouts. 👀🥅
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Minnesota Gophers Jun 24
Save the date , it's almost time for movie night at TCF Bank Stadium. You get to pick the movie we show on the video board, be sure to vote now! ✅:
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Minnesota Women’s Hockey Jun 25
Working on a lil something with on campus today. 👀🎥
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Minnesota Women’s Hockey Jun 25
Happy birthday to alum and 3X natty champ ! 🎉🎈
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Minnesota Women’s Hockey Jun 25
Be sure to wish a happy birthday to redshirt sophomore forward ! 🥳
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Minnesota Women’s Hockey Jun 24
The season will be here before we know it, . Secure your 2019-20 season tickets online now! 🎟🏒➡️
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The Gopher Way Jun 23
Loved seeing our Student-Athlete Advisory Committee connect with Managers on a Mission this past year. Take a look!
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Minnesota Women’s Hockey Jun 24
Why ? freshman forward Sydney Shearen reflects on her decision. 〽️🏒 More on the newest :
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Minnesota Women’s Hockey Jun 23
Happy birthday to three alums today! 🎉 🏒 Sarah Davis (2010-11 to 2013-14) 🏒 Kelli Blankenship (2006-07 to 2009-10) 🏒 Stephanie Johnson (2000-01 to 2001-02)
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Minnesota Women’s Hockey Jun 22
redshirt senior forward enters the 2019-20 season as 's active career scoring leader, tied for 24th in program history with 133 career points.
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Minnesota Women’s Hockey Jun 22
Happy birthday to alum ! Sarah was one of the original , a goaltender who wore Number 31 for the Maroon & Gold in 1997-98. 🎉🎉
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Brad Frost Jun 22
Agreed, that’s why it was really disappointing when the Women’s Frozen Four was not shown on tv for all those years. 2009-2015 I believe.
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Minnesota Women’s Hockey Jun 22
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Brad Frost Jun 22
When the Gophers won in 04, Kenny Albert did the play by play, in 05, it was Doc Emrick. Both games on CBS Sports back then.
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Minnesota Women’s Hockey Jun 21
Freshman year is in the books for forward . You might have seen of Taylor's secret talents this season, but you probably won't guess both of them... 🤹‍♀️👩‍🍳
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Minnesota Women’s Hockey Jun 21
Let's see your best selfies from Ridder Arena for , ! 🤳 Some of our favorite selfies from last season. 😀⬇️
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Brad Frost Jun 21
Great seeing celebrity as we were walking in to see
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Minnesota Women’s Hockey Jun 19
After a career-best year as a junior, defense returns for her senior season with in 2019-20 as an All-WCHA honoree with 51 career points (7g-41a) in 116 career games.
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