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The Warriors played host to fourth-ranked Iowa State University for their final home series of the season. Entering the weekend Waldorf held a 12-0-1 mark at home, and Saturday showed their home ice advantage once more. The Warriors fell behind 1-0 after one period of play, but were able to post two scored during the second.
In their final regular season conference series the Warriors traveled to take on 14th ranked University of Minnesota-Duluth. Waldorf continued their season-long offensive prowess on Saturday, netting eight goals including three unanswered in the third period. Coming off their 8-2 victory on Saturday, the Warriors looked to close out the Bulldogs in the same fashion. UMD had other plans, holding them to four goals while they went for eight goals.
The Warriors returned to the ice for their first games in 2013. They traveled to take on 12th ranked University of Iowa and regained their form early. Spenser Popinga (Sr-Hartland, WI) netted two goals in the first period and would add two more in the final period. Waldorf would rack up eight goals on their way to the 8-2 win.
The Waldorf College Hockey team has received votes in the Central Region of the ACHA's third ranking period. The Warriors (16-4-1) have notched an 8-3-1 mark in WCHAA play this season. Currently, they rank tenth out of forty teams in the Central Region in computer rankings, which are compiled by a service independent of the ACHA. These rankings take into account win-loss record, goal differential, strength of schedule, overall performance, and performance in the last five games. Waldorf ranks #34 in National computer rankings out of 178 teams that compete nationally in Division II, making it the largest division in all of college hockey.
The Warriors picked up their seventh and eighth WCCHA wins over the weekend. Waldorf's offense was out in full-force tallying 66 shots on Friday and 59 shots on Saturday.