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    Quinnipiac answers questions

    When Quinnipiac started looking for a player to replace Kelly Babstock, Taylar Cianfarano was on the short list. After seeming to lose her to another program, Cianfarano's ending up at Quinnipiac is jut one reason coach Rick Seeley is excited about his club's prospects. Arlan Marttila looks at the Bobcats in his weekly column. Quinnipiac: 10/23

  • 20130209 PRIN6543 Finding Cinderella

    Finding Cinderella

    In this week's Wednesday Women, columnist Arlan Marttila and editor Candace Horgan look at Minnesota's sweep of Wisconsin, the teams that might become Cinderellas for the NCAA tournament in March, and Cornell's season-opening weekend. Wednesday Women: Oct. 22

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  • 2014 03 23 afl 4117 Back on top

    Back on top

    In a battle between the top two teams in the country, No. 2 Minnesota swept No. 1 Wisconsin, led in part by a hat trick by Dani Cameranesi. Elsewhere, Northeastern split with No. 8 Mercyhurst, No. 6 Boston University swept No.7 Clarkson, and No. 9 Quinnipiac swept Maine. Wrap: 10/19

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  • 2014 03 21 afl 2104 Looking glass

    Looking glass

    There are some titanic struggles this weekend, with Boston University visiting Clarkson, Wisconsin hosting Minnesota, Minnesota-Duluth hosting North Dakota, and Mercyhurst hosting Northeastern. Can Candace and Arlan accurately pick them?. Weekend Picks: Oct. 17

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    New outlook at New Hampshire

    Though it's a storied program, the University of New Hampshire has experienced lean years recently. New coach Hilary Witt is hoping to change that. This week: Marttila

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    Crimson and Red in the ECAC

    Women's columnist Arlan Marttila previews the conferences. Today, he looks at the ECAC, where he picks Harvard and goaltender Emerance Maschmeyer to out-duel Cornell for the top sot. In the CHA, he picks Mercyhurst, in Hockey East, he picks BC, and in the WCHA, he picks Wisconsin. ECAC :: CHA :: Hockey East :: WCHA

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  • Wednesday Women: Finding Cinderella

    Candace and Arlan look at the results from four series this past weekend that pitted potential NCAA tournament squads against each other, and search for potential Cinderellas among the rest of the teams in the conferences.

  • Wednesday Women: Finding order in chaos

    A spate of ties and a few upsets have Candace and Arlan wondering whether favorites are just experiencing early-season stumbles, or if something more troubling is in the works.

  • Wednesday Women: Finding the pieces

    A lot of teams enter this season missing key cogs from previous years, but the top teams, such as Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Boston College, seem to be off to a great start regardless, while teams in the rung below, such as Vermont and Bemidji State, made some noise in the first weekend of full action. Candace and Arlan take a look in their first Wednesday Women column.

  • Rud and Scanlan search for new paths to the top of the WCHA

    New coaches hope to rebuild at St. Cloud, Bemidji

  • Minnesota, Clarkson lead All-USCHO teams

    Minnesota and Clarkson lead the All-USCHO teams, which represent 15 different women's D-I squads.

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