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108th CONGRESS
  1st Session
S. RES. 104

Commending the University of Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs for winning the 
2002-2003 National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I National 
              Collegiate Women's Ice Hockey Championship.


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                   IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

                             April 3, 2003

   Mr. Dayton (for himself and Mr. Coleman) submitted the following 
             resolution; which was considered and agreed to

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                               RESOLUTION


 
Commending the University of Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs for winning the 
2002-2003 National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I National 
              Collegiate Women's Ice Hockey Championship.

Whereas on Sunday, March 23, 2003, the two-time defending NCAA National 
        Collegiate Women's Ice Hockey Champions, the University of Minnesota 
        Duluth Bulldogs, won the National Championship for the third straight 
        year;
Whereas Minnesota Duluth defeated Harvard University in double overtime of the 
        championship game by the score of 4-3, having defeated Dartmouth College 
        5-2 in the semifinal;
Whereas sophomore Nora Tallus scored the game-winning goal in the second 
        overtime, assisted by Erika Holst and Joanne Eustace;
Whereas during the 2002-2003 season, the Bulldogs won an impressive 31 games, 
        while losing only 3 and tying 2;
Whereas forwards Jenny Potter, Hanne Sikio, and Caroline Ouellette were selected 
        to the 2003 All-Tournament team, and Caroline Ouellette was named the 
        tournament's Most Valuable Player;
Whereas the Bulldogs were the only team in the country to earn a berth to the 
        National Collegiate Women's Ice Hockey Championship Tournament in every 
        year of its existence;
Whereas junior forward Jenny Potter was a top-three finalist for the Patty 
        Kazmaier Memorial Award, given annually to the most outstanding player 
        in women's collegiate varsity ice hockey, and was named to the Jofa 
        Women's University Division Ice Hockey All-American first team;
Whereas senior forward Maria Rooth, for the fourth time, was a top-ten finalist 
        for the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award and was named to the Jofa Women's 
        University Division Ice Hockey All-American second team;
Whereas seniors Jenny Hempel, Erika Holst, Joanne Eustace, Hanne Sikio, Navada 
        Russell, Michelle McAteer, Patricia Sautter, and Maria Rooth made 
        lasting contributions to the University of Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs 
        women's ice hockey program;
Whereas Minnesota Duluth Head Coach Shannon Miller, after winning the National 
        Championship in 3 consecutive years, has been named a finalist for the 
        2002-2003 Women's Ice Hockey University Division Coach of the Year 
        Award; and
Whereas all of the team's players showed tremendous dedication throughout the 
        season toward the goal of winning the National Championship: Now, 
        therefore, be it
    Resolved, That the Senate--
            (1) commends the University of Minnesota Duluth Women's Ice 
        Hockey Team for winning the 2003 NCAA Division I National 
        Collegiate Women's Ice Hockey Championship;
            (2) recognizes the achievements of all of the team's 
        players, coaches, and support staff, and invites them to the 
        United States Capitol Building to be honored;
            (3) requests that the President recognize the achievements 
        of the University of Minnesota Duluth Women's Ice Hockey Team, 
        and invite them to the White House for an appropriate ceremony 
        honoring a national championship team; and
            (4) directs the Secretary of the Senate to make available 
        enrolled copies of this Resolution to the University of 
        Minnesota Duluth for appropriate display, and to transmit an 
        enrolled copy of this Resolution to every coach and member of 
        the 2003 NCAA Division I National Collegiate Women's Ice Hockey 
        Championship Team.
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