Hockey - Women's - National Champions
2010 National Champions
Playing in the longest game in NCAA Frozen Four history (119:26), UMD scores with just 34 seconds remaining in its third overtime period to overcome Cornell University 3-2 in Ridder Arena on the University of Minnesota's campus. The win seals the Bulldogs NCAA record fifth NCAA title in ten years, and second in the past three seasons.
2008 National Champions
The Bulldogs clinched their fourth NCAA women's hockey title in program history by blanking the University of Wisconsin 4-0 at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center. UMD sported the nation’s best offensive, averaging 4.26 goals a contest en route to winning a program-record of 34 triumphs.
2003 National Champions
UMD made NCAA women's hockey history in 2003 by defeating Harvard 4-3 in double overtime for its third straight NCAA title. The game was held at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center in front of an NCAA women's hockey-record crowd of 5,167.
2002 National Champions
The Bulldogs won their second consecutive NCAA Frozen Four crown in Durham, N.H. where they defeated Brown University 3-2 in the title tilt.
2001 National Champions
In just its second year of existence as an intercollegiate program, UMD skated off with the inaugural 2001 NCAA Division I championship held in Minneapolis. The Bulldogs shaded St. Lawrence University 4-2 to claim the national crown -- the first ever by a UMD team in any sport.