Women’s DI: Players from non-traditional markets highlight the importance of tournaments like the Country Classic in Nashville
Wisconsin's Abby Roque, BC's Cayla Barnes and Delaney Belinskas and Harvard's Ali Peper and Dominique Petrie talk about growing up in non-traditional hockey markets and the impact of playing in the Nashville Country Classic.
(2) Wisconsin took two wins in Nashville, Quinnipiac won the Nutmeg Classic and Clarkson took home the Winjammer in this weekend of tournaments.
Nicole and Arlan discuss roster turnover, injuries and depth before taking a very early look at PairWise.
Connecticut upset Boston College, New Hampshire upset Harvard and (8) Princeton took down (5) Clarkson in a chaotic weekend of women's Division I games.
Women’s DI weekend picks November 22: Gophers and Bulldogs renew an in-state rivalry and Princeton looks to take down Clarkson
New Hampshire heads to Harvard, Colgate and Ohio State have an interesting non-conference clash and two top-10 matchups headline the week's slate of games.
After a highly successful career coaching at DIII Norwich, Mark Bolding looks to bring stability and success to Yale.
(6) Boston College took down rival Boston University while (7) Ohio State earned a win and a tie against (10) Minnesota Duluth.
Boston College plays Boston University and then Northeastern on Tuesday to help determine Hockey East supremacy and Minnesota Duluth heads to Columbus to take on Ohio State.
One of Division I women's hockey's most interesting programs, Lindenwood starts a new era this year with coach Shelley Looney.
Wednesday Women: Pondering players taking time away to play international tournaments and the impact their absence has on their college teams
Nicole and Arlan talk about international tournaments, ECAC upsets and what happened to Wisconsin in Minnesota last weekend in this week's Wednesday Women.
Boston College suffered their first lost of the season and Harvard upset Princeton with their fifth win in a row to start the season.
Women’s D-I weekend picks November 8: A top-ten match-up between Cornell and Clarkson is the marquee game of the week
This weekend's ECAC games are likely to be crucial to the final conference standings come February.
How a tough non-conference schedule and two young assistant coaches are helping Rob Morgan build a brand new program at Long Island University.
Minnesota handed Wisconsin their first loss and Kelly Browne's four goals helped lead BC to a 9-0-1 start to the season.
Nominations now being sought for 2020 Hockey Humanitarian Award, an honor presented to college hockey’s ‘finest citizen’
The Hockey Humanitarian Award is presented annually to college hockey’s “finest citizen” and seeks to recognize college hockey players, male or female, who contribute to local and/or global communities in a true humanitarian spirit (photo: Jim Rosvold).