Erin Cody

#13 Erin Cody

HOMETOWN Roseville, Minn. (Roseville Area HS)
MAJOR Psychology
2009-10 (Junior)
  • Academic All-WCHA
  • WCHA Scholar Athlete
Led the team scoring a career-high 20 goals, which ranks second all-time at BSU for most goals in a single season...also led the team in points with 33...her 156 shots on goal sets a new school mark for most shots on goal in a single season...heading into her senior year Cody sits seventh on the career-points list with 71, tied for third with career goals (36) and tied for fifth in career power-play goals with 11...scored the overtime game-winner against North Dakota on Dec. 6, 2009...had a twelve-game stretch where she scored 16 points (12G, 4A)...was named WCHA Offensive Player of the Week on Dec. 9...the trio of Cody, Annie Bauerfeld, and Erin Johnson accounted for almost half of the offensive production for the Beavers.

2008-09 (Sophomore)
  • Academic All-WCHA
  • WCHA Scholar Athlete
Led BSU in goals (12), assists (16) and points (28)...put home five power-play goals and two short-handed goals, which led the team...scored game-winners against both Robert Morris (Jan. 3, 2009) and Ohio State (Jan. 24, 2009)...scored four goals in a series against Minnesota State (Oct. 31-Nov. 1, 2008)...recorded two three-point games.

2007-08 (Freshman)
Tied for the team lead in both points (10) and assists (6)...scored four goals...recorded first career point with an assist against Minnesota State (Nov. 10, 2008)...scored her first career goal in a 2-1 loss to Niagara (Nov. 10, 2007)...scored in a 4-1 win over North Dakota (Jan. 11, 2008)...had a goal and an assist against both Vermont (Dec. 29, 2007) and Ohio State (2/22/08)...goal against Vermont was both a short-handed goal and a game-winner.

Prior to BSU
Cody was a four-year all-conference performer at Roseville Area High School and was also a five-time letterwinner during her prep career...was part of a team that was Suburban East Conference Champions twice and section 2AA champs twice during her career...helped lead Roseville Area to a fourth-place finish in the Minnesota State Tournament in her junior and senior a three-time all-state performer and was named Pioneer Press Player of the Year her senior season...was named her team’s Most Valuable Player for four seasons and she was her team’s scoring leader for five consecutive seasons.

Erin Hansen Cody...born Aug. 17, 1988...daughter of Mike and Janelle Cody...majoring in psychology.