Senior (2013-14): In her final season on campus, Winkel appeared in all 30 games for the Big Green... served as co-captain... netted three goals to go along with a career high five assists... scored the game-winning goal against Providence on New Year's Eve... potted the game winner with under one minute left in regulation against Yale on Jan. 10... Dartmouth won all three games in which Winkel found the back of the net.
Junior (2012-13): Appeared in all 31 games for the Big Green for the second straight season...Registered two assists during her third year on campus... Picked up her first assist of the season on Dec. 31, 2012 against Provience in a 4-2 victory... Was a season-best +2 in a 4-2 non-conference win at Vermont... Had her second helper of the season in a 3-0 ECAC Hockey win in Hanover versus Union on Jan. 18... Named team captain for the 2013-14 season.
Sophomore (2011-12): Appeared in all 30 games for the Big Green ... had her breakout game in a 5-4 upset victory at second-ranked Cornell on Nov. 11 .... in the contest, she recorded her first career hat trick, first career multi-point game, first career game-winning goal and first and second career power-play goals in the victory ... named ECAC Hockey Player of the Week on Nov. 15, marking the first time in her career she earned the honor ... finished the year with eight points on four goals and four assists ... had two power-play goals, one shorthanded goal and one game-winning goal ... seven of her eight points came in conference play ... earned the team's Most Improved Award.
Freshman (2010-11): In her first season for the Big Green, Winkel played in 32 of 34 games ... playing on the frontline, she scored three points on a goal and two assists ... recorded her first career point on an assist in a 3-2 home victory over Providence ... scored her first career goal in the 9-2 victory at home over Connecticut ... finished the season with a plus/minus of +4.
Before Dartmouth: Competed for the Toronto Jr. Aeros of the Provincial Women's Hockey League prior to coming to Hanover ... attended The Bishop Stratchan School in Toronto ... played hockey and soccer during her high school career ... was an assistant captain for girls' hockey at Bishop Stratchan as a senior ... grew up playing boys' hockey and her team was the All-Ontario Atom "A" Champions in 2003 ... also was a gold medalist in 2003 at the CAN/AM Tournament in Lake Placid, N.Y. ... in 2008, went undefeated in the Lower Lakes Female Hockey League and was a bronze medalist at the Ontario Winter Games ... the following year, she was a silver medalist in the Provincial Women's Hockey League and a Provincial Bronze Medalist ... played in the Canadian National Championships as a member of Team Ontario Blue ... was a silver medalist and captain of Team Ontario Blue ... in her final season with the Aeros, they were the Gold Medal Champions of the PWHL with a 29-3-2 record and she was also a Provincial Champion with a perfect 7-0 mark.
Personal: Alexandra Elfrieda Annie Winkel was born Oct. 2, 1992 ... daughter of Frank and Lisa Winkel ... has one sister, Kristen, who goes to the University of Regina ... volunteered at Trick or Eat, which helps fundraising efforts for local food banks in her hometown ... was a volunteer head coach of a U-12 co-ed soccer team in 2008-09 ... would like to study biology or general sciences ... enjoys soccer, snowboarding, music, playing golf and fishing with her grandfather ... she is former teammate of Sasha Nanji with the Aeros.
WINKEL'S CAREER STATISTICS