- National search underway for next WCHA women's commissioner
- Dartmouth tabs Canadian national team coach Schuler to lead Big Green women's team
- Wisconsin women's coach Johnson has contract extended through 2020-21 season
- After winless '15-16 season, Union announces women's coach Barcomb will not return
- Minnesota, Boston College lead 2016 All-USCHO Women's D-I teams
- NCAA apologizes for women's championship hats featuring the men's Frozen Four logo
- Coyne wins 2016 Patty Kazmaier Award
- AHCA reveals finalists for top D-I, D-III women's coach, Hurd and Watson awards
- BC, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Clarkson aim to finish quest
- Hockey East representatives Boston College and Northeastern highlight NCAA field
- Crowley caps historic season with USCHO coach of the year nod
She led her team to a better record in every category this year, and fell short in the last game of the season. For becoming only the second coach to lead her team to a 40-win season, and for improving her team in every measurable category, Boston College's Katie Crowley is the USCHO coach of the year.
- Outgoing seniors changed the game
The group graduating at schools this spring includes three Patty Kazmaier Award winners, Olympic stars, and players who elevated their programs to national prominence and helped them set records. Gabbi Riggi reports.
- Potomak outshines others as USCHO rookie of the year
She scored the goal in overtime that lifted Minnesota over arch-rival Wisconsin in the first game of the Frozen Four, and then struck against Boston College in the championship. game. Those were two of many goals USCHO rookie of the year Sarah Potomak scored this season.
- Desbiens voted USCHO Women's D-I Player of the Year
She smashed every goaltending record in the NCAA book, and followed it with one of the best postseasons ever. For that, Wisconsin junior Ann-Renée Desbiens has been named USCHO's player of the year.
- Defense keys Minnesota's success
Facing BC's top offense, Minnesota knew if needed defense from not just its goalies and defensemen, but the forwards as well for a complete team win.
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