#5 Alex Citrowske
|HOMETOWN||Savage, Minn. (Prior Lake HS)|
The assistant captain played in all 39 games...Posted four goals (including one game winner) to go along with six assists for a combined total of 10 points on the season. Put 52 shots on net and blocked 26 shots.
• Academic All-WCHA
Appeared in 35 of 36 games as a junior…Set career-highs in goals (5), assists (7) and points (12)...Fourth leading scorer on the squad with the 12 points…Notched a pair of two-assist games including one versus No. 1 Minnesota (Oct. 26)...Had a two-game point streak three different times over the course of the season...Posted a career-high with seven shots on goal versus St. Cloud State (Feb. 21)
• Academic All-WCHA
Played in 28 games as a sophomore…Scored her first career point with an assist against Minnesota Duluth on Dec. 1…Had a total of three points last season all of which were assists.
Played in five games as a freshman…Appeared in both games against then-No. 2 Minnesota (Oct. 28-29), versus Lindenwood on Nov. 10, and in both games versus then-No. 9 Minnesota Duluth (Feb. 10-11)…Recorded the first two shots of her career against Lindenwood Nov. 10.
Prior to BSU
Was a part of Prior Lake varsity hockey since the eighth grade...In her first four years with the program, she has netted 46 goals and tallied 30 assists...Led her team in scoring in both her sophomore (9g, 7a) and junior (21g, 10a) years...Won numerous honors at Prior Lake, including rookie of the year in her eighth grade season...All-conference in her freshman, sophomore, and junior campaigns and was named team MVP.
Daughter of Dave and Laura Citrowske and was born Nov. 11, 1992…Along with playing hockey at Prior Lake High School, Citrowske lettered four years in track and three years in soccer…Major in Health and Physical Education.
Career Highs: Goals: 1, 9x last against Minnesota (Feb. 20, 2015), Assists: 2 (twice) last against Minnesota (Oct. 26, 2013), Points: 2, 4x last against Minnesota (Feb. 20, 2015), Shots on Goal: 7 vs. St. Cloud State (Feb. 21, 2014), Penalty Minutes: 15 vs. Ohio State (Nov. 8, 2013).