• agosta sisti photo Marvelous Mercyhurst

    Marvelous Mercyhurst

    Mercyhurst just notched its 400th win in program history, and coach Mike Sisti (shown here with former star Meghan Agosta) has his team shooting for an 11th consecutive NCAA tournament appearance. Marttila: Sisti builds consistency

    Photo: Ryan Coleman
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    Shock waves

    The announcement that Shannon Miller's contract won't be renewed by Minnesota-Duluth has caused a lot of speculation about both Miller's future, and what it means for women's hockey. Arlan Marttila looks at it. Miller

    Photo: Brett Groehler
  • DSC 5705 Lions roar

    Lions roar

    Penn State swept Mercyhurst, earning the Nittany Lions their first ever points against the traditional CHA power, while Bemidji was upset by St. Cloud and Union upset Maine. Wrap: 12/15

    Photo: Omar Phillips
  • 131016 16342028 Last few

    Last few

    Candace and Arlan pick all games in a light last weekend of action. Weekend Picks: Dec. 12

    Photo: Melissa Wade
  • poulin First half wrap

    First half wrap

    Harvard and Cornell might be getting into gear, Minnesota and Boston College keep rolling, the top scorers have established themselves, and key second-half matchups are looked at. Wednesday Women: Dec. 10

    Photo: Angelo Lisuzzo
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  • What does the end of Miller's time in Duluth signal?

    Minnesota-Duluth's announcement that it won't renew Shannon Miller's contract has sent shock waves through Women's D-I hockey.

  • Wednesday Women: Wrap it up

    In their final discussion of the first half, Candace and Arlan look at whether Harvard and Cornell are back to being threats, ponder Minnesota's shellacking of St. Cloud, and look at which teams are in contention and what games are the ones to watch in the second half.

  • Concussions can take a heavy toll on their victims

    Concussions have knocked some high-profile players out of the women's game, and left them with lasting effects. Part II of a two-part feature.

  • Wednesday Women: By any means necessary

    Boston College and Quinnipiac are winning games by completely opposite approaches, Mercyhurst looks likely to make an 11th straight NCAA tournament, Minnesota and Wisconsin continue to look strong, and everyone else has question marks.

  • Soccer league in Kenya takes off thanks to Ammerman

    While in Kenya, Brittany Ammerman purchased a soccer ball, thinking it might help her break the ice with people and pass the time. Instead, it's led to the creation of the Nikumbuke Women's Soccer League. Ammerman plans to return to Kenya to see the women play in person. Nicole Haase reports in a special to USCHO.

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