UNM Hockey wins 11-0 on Saturday night

From KRQE By Jared Chester   ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – UNM Men’s Hockey ranks fourth in the ACHA standings with just four games remaining in their season. The Lobos improved to 22-2 on the year after an 11-0 victory over Northern Arizona. Head Coach Grant Harvey has described this season as a “Cinderella Story,” and […]

Former ACHA player, now at Miami Valley Hospital, saves critically ill COVID-19 patients using ECMO therapy

From Dayton 247 Now By Allison Walker   DAYTON, Ohio (WKEF) — Life support technology called extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) is being studied worldwide about how it can save COVID-19 patients on the brink of death. ECMO was originally developed in the 1960s for babies with respiratory syndromes, but has since been utilized to support […]

Ohio blows lead in 4-3 shootout loss to Stony Brook

From The Post By Molly Burchard   Ohio had victory in its sights. It held a confident lead over Stony Brook heading into the last two minutes of the third period. Ohio appeared primed to snap its three-game losing streak and split its series with the Seawolves. All it had to do was hold out […]

Skatin’ Rebels sweep Jamestown Jimmies in first series of 2022

From UNLV Scarlet & Gray Free Press By Kayla Faasse   UNLV hockey resumed its season after a month-long break from competition, sweeping the Jamestown Jimmies in a close series for its 14 straight win. “We loved the effort,” assistant coach Nick Robone said. “I think the execution could be better in some areas but […]

Virag hat trick sails Pitt past Kent State, 8-3

From Pittsburgh Hockey Digest By Ed Major II   HARMAR TWP., Pa. — The Pittsburgh Panthers (14-3-1, 7-0-1 CHMA) used an Oldrich Virag hat trick to defeat the Kent State Golden Flashes (13-8-1, 2-4-1 CHMA) 8-3 Friday night at Alpha Ice Complex. The Panthers hadn’t played in six weeks, not since a Dec. 4 overtime […]

UMass women’s hockey’s three-day weekend out west results in a 2-1 record

From The Massachusetts Daily Collegian By Shanti Furtado   After over a month-long absence, the Massachusetts women’s hockey team proved to be just as hot as the climate it was visiting. UMass hit the road for a three-game series in Arizona this past weekend, winning one of its two games against Arizona State University and […]

Youth movement: Lady Flames freshmen net seven goals in 14-0 rout of Rhode Island

From Liberty Club Sports By Ted Allen   Freshmen on Liberty University’s ACHA Division I women’s hockey team have made a seamless transition to the collegiate game, as they showed by accounting for half of the goals in Friday afternoon’s 14-0 spring semester-opening romp over Rhode Island at the LaHaye Ice Center — the Lady […]

CUAA drops series to Kent State

From CUAA Athletics   (Kent, OH) – The Concordia men’s hockey travelled to hosted Kent State on Saturday afternoon in the second half of a weekend home-and-home series. The Golden Flashes jumped out to an early lead and wouldn’t look back, eventually beating the Cardinals 5-1. Kent State got off to a quick start, recording […]

GCU Women Open Year With Loss To UMass

From GCU Club Sports Writing Staff By Maria Adams   Kurtz shines in net for Lopes with 33 saves   Grand Canyon University Women’s Ice Hockey kicked off the new year with a 1-0 loss to University of Massachusetts-Amherst. While the month-long hiatus from game play showed in the Lopes’ offensive efforts, GCU’s sophomore goalie […]

Roosevelt Splits Series With Northern Illinois

From Roosevelt Lakers Athletics     BENSENVILLE, Ill. – The Roosevelt University men’s hockey team split an ACHA Division 1 series with Northern Illinois University, losing by the score of 7-4 on Friday, January 7 and winning 7-2 on Saturday, January 8 at The Edge in Bensenville, Ill.  After the weekend series, the Lakers are […]