2017-18 Alumni News Archives

  • Hayley Moore talks Team NWHL and their games against the USWNT
    December 16, 2017
    Yesterday the NWHL made some big waves in the women’s hockey world by announcing that a team comprising of some of the league’s brightest stars would play the United States Women’s National Team twice next month.
  • Les Canadiennes Acquire Clarkson Alum Erin Ambrose From Toronto
    December 14, 2017
    Les Canadiennes have acquired defender Erin Ambrose from the Toronto Furies in exchange for several top draft picks, announced General Manager, Meg Hewings.
  • Lauren Dahm Named CWHL Goalie of the Week
    December 14, 2017
    With 108 combined votes through CWHL polls via Twitter and thecwhl.com, Boston Blades goaltender Lauren Dahm has been named the ADT Goalie of the Week for the week ending Sunday, December 10.
  • Kathleen Kauth returns to skate and honor Don Kauth’s memory
    December 11, 2017
    SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. >> USA women’s hockey bronze medalist Kathleen Kauth returned to the Spa City this weekend along with her brother, Patrick, who now makes his home in Saratoga Springs to honor their father, Don Kauth, that the annual Don Kauth Memorial Tournament at Saratoga Springs Ice Rink.
  • Emerance Maschmeyer Named ADT Goalie of the Week in CWHL
    December 07, 2017
    With 118 combined votes through CWHL polls via Twitter and thecwhl.com, Les Canadiennes goaltender Emerance Maschmeyer has been named the ADT Goalie of the Week for the week ending Sunday, December 3.
  • Behind the Mask With Sydney Rossman
    December 07, 2017
    Sometimes in hockey, the path you chose leads somewhere that you could have never imagined, which is one way to describe goalie Sydney Rossman’s path to the NWHL. Born in Excelsior, Minnesota she would leave the ‘State of Hockey’ for Quinnipiac University in Connecticut and her stellar play in goal for the Bobcats opened the eyes of those in the NWHL. The Connecticut Whale drafted Rossman late in the 2016 NWHL Draft (5th round/19th overall) and got themselves a helluva goaltender that maybe they wouldn’t have if she pursued playing goal back home in the Midwest.
  • ECAC Hockey Alums Guay and Allen Selected To Officiate 2018 Olympic Games in PyeongChang
    December 05, 2017
    The IIHF Council has confirmed the referees and linesmen who will officiate at the men’s and women’s ice hockey tournaments of the 2018 Olympic Winter Games.
  • Alyssa Gagliardi Named NWHL Player of the Week
    December 05, 2017
    Alyssa Gagliardi, who scored the first two goals of her NWHL career and added an assist as Boston defeated Buffalo on Saturday, 3-2, for the Pride’s first win of the season, has been named the NWHL Player of the Week.
  • Getting To Know Sarah Edney
    December 05, 2017
    At Harvard, Sarah had at least 20 points in each of her four seasons. Over 127 games with the Crimson, she was 25-63-88. Among her other honors that season were ECAC First Team selection, ECAC Player of the Year Finalist and ECAC Tournament Most Outstanding Player. She was an All-Ivy League honoree four times.
  • Andrea Kilbourne-Hill Named Coach at Paul Smith's College
    December 05, 2017
    Paul Smiths, NY (12/01/2017) —The only four-year college in the Adirondacks continued to embrace the culture of the region when Paul Smith's College announced on Friday, Dec. 1, the advent of women's hockey.
  • Sydney Rossman Stays in the Nutmeg State to Continue her Hockey Career.
    December 03, 2017
    Part of a magical time with the Quinnipiac Bobcats, enhanced by the program’s first-ever appearance in the NCAA Tournament, Sydney Rossman also rewrote many of the program’s goaltending records. Considering that the Bobcats compete in Hamden, Connecticut, the chance to extend her hockey career in nearby Stamford symbolized a great point of pride for the revered Rossman. Standing between the pipes for the NWHL’s Connecticut Whale, it actually represents the best of both worlds.
  • Brooke Webster Named Gongshow Player of the Month
    November 30, 2017
    Vanke Rays forward Brooke Webster is the Gongshow Player of the Month for November 2017. Webster was named First Star of the game twice during the month.
  • Getting To Know Alyssa Gagliardi
    November 28, 2017
    Career: Alyssa studied Communications and Business at Cornell, and currently works for a start-up company in the Boston area.
  • Kelly Babstock named NWHL Player of The Week
    November 22, 2017
    Connecticut Whale forward Kelly Babstock has been named NWHL Player of the Week after scoring a goal and adding 2 assists, and then scoring the lone shootout goal in the Whale’s 4-3 victory over the Boston Pride on Sunday.
  • Passionately playing like a girl to help the team
    November 17, 2017
    In the fall of 1974, I couldn’t wait to climb “lib slope” on Cornell’s campus with my hockey bag over my shoulder on my way to the famous Lynah rink. So what if it was 5:00 AM and freezing cold! I was going to participate in my first ever real hockey practice! I was about to play on the same ice that Ryan O’Neal skated when he starred in my favorite movie, “Love Story”.
  • Emerance Maschmeyer focused on personal growth
    November 09, 2017
    Emerance Maschmeyer’s doing a little bit of everything these days, a little bit of everywhere.
  • A Stepping Stone to the World
    November 07, 2017
    Lauriane Rougeau remembers the National Women’s Under-18 Championship as the event that helped kick-start her international career
  • Alexa Gruschow Named NWHL Player of the Week
    November 07, 2017
    With her two-point performance in a 6-2 win over Buffalo on Saturday in Rochester, Alexa Gruschow of the Metropolitan Riveters earns this week’s NWHL Player of the Week honors.
  • Celebrating 20 Years of Nagano: Becky Kellar
    November 02, 2017
    Representing an age of achievement where every player that graced the ice helped contribute to the game’s mythology, the 1998 Nagano Winter Games also served as a coming-out party for many players making their international debut. Among them was Canada’s Becky Kellar, part of a fierce defensive unit that was headlined by future Hockey Hall of Famer Geraldine Heaney.
  • Hanna Bunton a Beacon on Vibrant Vanke Rays Explosive Offense
    November 02, 2017
    Although the Vanke Rays may be in their inaugural season of CWHL hockey, the presence of highly talented players such as Hanna Bunton shall not only ensure that any expansion woes are minimized, but that the objective of qualifying for postseason hockey is feasible. Selected in the fourth round, 28th overall in the 2017 CWHL Draft, Bunton has already emerged as the steal of said draft, scoring goals in her first two games for the Rays.
  • Hanna makes history in CWHL
    October 31, 2017
    Belleville's Hanna Bunton has earned a place in the Canadian Women's Hockey League recordbook.
  • NWHL Player of the Week: Miye D’Oench
    October 31, 2017
    Metropolitan Riveters forward Miye D’Oench has earned this season’s first NWHL Player of the Week honor after her two-point performance on Saturday helped the Riveters defeat the Pride 4-1 before more than 2,014 fans at Prudential Center.
  • NWHLPA Announces Board of Directors
    October 25, 2017
    BROOKLYN, NY– The National Women’s Hockey League Players’ Association today announced the members of its Board of Directors for the professional league’s third season.
  • Miye D’Oench inspired by sibling rivalry
    October 25, 2017
    Like most hockey players with New York roots, Miye D’Oench traces her love of the sport to the Rangers’ 1994 Stanley Cup victory.
  • When P.E.I.’s Shannon MacAulay played giant killer at the Frozen Four
    October 24, 2017
    There isn’t a whole lot to Mount Herbert, P.E.I., a quiet town barely 10 km east of Charlottetown. Ask the people who grew up there to describe home and they’ll probably laugh. “Well, it’s not very big,” they’ll likely begin, followed by, “It’s just a road, really.” You won’t find much in the way of basic amenities — no gas station, no grocery store (those are in the next town over) — and in some cases you couldn’t even find it on a map. But in March 2014, Shannon MacAulay changed that.
  • Sarah Edney Shines in Sensational Debut with Buffalo Beauts
    October 18, 2017
    With the defense of their Isobel Cup title about to begin, the Buffalo Beauts feature a roster with several significant additions. Among the new faces ready to make an impact includes one of the most talented free agent blueliners. Enhancing the presence of the Beauts defensive attack, Sarah Edney holds the potential to be a strong contender for the Defensive Player of the Year Award.
  • Cornell women's hockey didn't take long to develop into a championship team
    October 17, 2017
    Cornell women's ice hockey began with one determined student. In 1971, freshman Regina Baker, a Lansing High School graduate, knew that she wanted Cornell to have a team and took action to get one started. At the time, there were few women's teams at colleges in the United States, and among the Ivy League schools only Brown had an established program.
  • Greatest Women's ECAC Hockey Rookie Years Since 2010
    October 06, 2017
    The women’s ECAC Hockey conference has been running since 1984-85. Its current member schools have been together since 2006-07.
  • High Scoring Forward Nicole Kosta a Keeper for New-Look Markham Thunder
    October 04, 2017
    Selected in the first round of the 2017 CWHL Draft, Nicole Kosta is part of a new crop of offensive talent that shall bolster the lineup of the new-look Markham Thunder. Considering that renowned offensive talent Laura Stacey (the last first round pick in Brampton Thunder history) is part of Canada’s centralization in anticipation of the 2018 Winter Games, Kosta’s arrival will ease such a significant loss.
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