The Madison Capitols 19U Girls are heading back to Nationals for the second straight year. The Capitols are having an outstanding season with an overall record of 30-23-14. The Capitols played in the Midwest High School Elite League in Minnesota the entire fall season. From there, they continued with a heavy strength of schedule going 4-4-3 against teams ranked in the top four at the National Tournament. They went 1-1 vs Shattuck St Mary’s 19U, 1-1-1 vs Belle Tire 19U and 2-2-2 vs Chicago Mission 19U. The season was capped off with winning the CAN AM Tournament in Madison, winning the Wisconsin Tier 1 AAA 19U State Championship and taking the Chicago Mission to a three game series at the USA Hockey Central District Championship in Mequon, Wisconsin. Current head coach and former Capitols player Tony Scheid said, “We are really happy for the girls and excited to compete at the National Tournament. We will take a lot of pride in representing the Capitols organization and Wisconsin Hockey.”
Our U19 Girls team won the 2018 Wisconsin Tier I State Championship, to make it a sweep for our Girls program! The U19s beat the Milwaukee Jr Admirals 4-2 on Friday, and Team Wisconsin 4-1 on Sunday to bring home the hardware once again! They advance to the Central District Championships at the Ozaukee Ice Arena, and will face the Chicago Mission, for the chance to head to the National Championships in April. Congratulations Girls!
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