1 Stacey Dierking
1 Stacey Dierking
Height: 5-5
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Crystal Lake, Ill.
High School: Crystal Lake Central
Position: G
Major: Biology
Career Stats (Click on season for game-by-game stats.)
YEAR GP-GS MIN GA GAA Saves % W L T SO
2010-11 7-7 386:32 9 1.40 167 .949 4 1 1 2
2011-12 18-16 1031:38 37 2.15 449 .924 9 6 2 1
2012-13 17-17 949:16 27 1.71 410 .938 12 5 0 0
TOTALS 42-40 2367:26 73 1.85 1026 .934 25 12 3 3

 

Career Single-Game Highs (through 2012-13)
CATEGORY NO. OPPONENT / DATE
Saves 41 Two Times (last at UW-River Falls on Feb. 16, 2013)

 

Awards
YEAR AWARDS
2010-11 1st varsity letter
Forester Athlete of the Week (Nov. 11)
2011-12 2nd varsity letter
2012-13 3rd varsity letter
Codfish Bowl Most Valuable Player
Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Player of the Week (Jan. 22)
Honorable Mention All-Northern Collegiate Hockey Association

 

Other Notables
YEAR NOTES
2010-11 Started and played in seven of 26 games
Posted the highest save percentage and lowest goals against average on the team
Stopped at least 90 percent of shots on goal in all but one appearance
Tallied a season-high 41 saves while allowing just one goal in debut victory over St. Olaf College on Nov. 6
Saved 33 of 35 shots on goal against UW-Superior on Jan. 15
Recorded 15 saves in first career shutout at Marian University on Feb. 13
Made 35 saves in 1-0 victory at UW-Superior in Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Quarterfinals on Feb. 26
2011-12 Started all but 11 of the team's games and played in all but nine
Led the Foresters' goaltenders in playing time, saves, and victories
Ranked fifth in the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association in save percentage and seventh in goals against average
Finished 23rd in the nation in goals against average and save percentage and 24th in winning percentage
Tied for the fourth-highest single-season victory total and eighth-most saves in a year in program history
Season totals also ranked fifth in team annals in goals against average and sixth in winning pct. and save pct.
Stopped at least 90 percent of shots on goal in all but three appearances, including the first five
Had 28 saves in first victory of the season at Concordia University Wisconsin on Nov. 8
Turned away 35 of 37 shots on goal against UW-River Falls on Jan. 14 and College of St. Scholastica on Feb. 4
Made a season-high 40 saves at St. Norbert College on Jan. 20
Recorded third career shutout in 1-0 triumph over College of St. Scholastica on Feb. 5
Made 19 saves while holding UW-Stevens Point scoreless for final 43:08 in overtime victory on Feb. 12
Tallied 56 saves in 59 chances while sweeping NCHA quarterfinal series against College of St. Scholastica Feb. 25-26
Finished season ranked first in team history in career save percentage, tied-for-fourth in wins, and fifth in saves
2012-13 Started each of the team's final 17 games
Led the squad in victories, save percentage, and goals against average
Was second in the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association in save percentage and third in goals against average
Finished ninth in the nation in save percentage, 10th in winning percentage, and 14th in goals against average
Set a new team record for victories in a season and posted the program's fourth-highest winning percentage
Also recorded the program's second-best single-season save percentage and goals against average
Surrendered no more than one goal in 12 of 17 appearances, including each of her first seven
Stopped at least 90 percent of shots on goal in all but three games
Recorded 30 or more saves five times
Won her first 11 decisions of the year
Tallied 29 saves in 30 opportunities in two victories at the Codfish Bowl at University of Massachusetts Boston
Stopped 46 of 48 shots on goal in weekend sweep at UW-Eau Claire Jan. 11-12
Made a total of 52 saves while allowing just one goal in both games against Adrian College Jan. 19-20
Registered back-to-back scoreless starts at Finlandia University Feb. 1-2
Stopped 30 of 31 shots on goal against Concordia University Wisconsin on Feb. 5
Made a season-high 41 saves in 2-1 triumph at UW-River Falls on Feb. 16
Saved 59 of 62 shots on goal in NCHA quarterfinal series against College of St. Scholastica Feb. 22-23
Finished third year with best career save percentage, winning percentage, and goals against average in team history
Also ranks third in program history in career victories, fourth in saves, and sixth in shutouts