100 and counting: How both UConn and South Carolina look to move on from Monday

Originally published February 15, 2017 for Double G Sports On Monday at the Gampel Pavilion the 2016-17 University of Connecticut Huskies earned their 100th consecutive victory, defeating the University of South Carolina 66-55.  The Huskies are now 25-0 for the season, while the Gamecocks fall to 21-3.  The game was the highest-rated college basketball game … More 100 and counting: How both UConn and South Carolina look to move on from Monday

Kessel crowned MVP during NWHL All-Star Weekend in the Steel City

In one calendar year, Amanda Kessel has returned from injury twice to make her third USA Women’s Hockey roster.  Now the question is, can Kessel return and become one of the best women’s hockey players in the country again? If this weekend is any indication, the answer is yes.  At the 2017 National Women’s Hockey … More Kessel crowned MVP during NWHL All-Star Weekend in the Steel City

#NeverHearNo: Battaglino on her new role and the future of the NWHL

Feb 8, 2017 for The Ice Garden On Thursday, the NWHL released a statement with several pieces of news, one being that Anya Battaglino would take over as director of the NWHL Players’ Association (NWHLPA). In the league press release, Commissioner Dani Rylan stated, “I look forward to collaborating with Anya and all of the … More #NeverHearNo: Battaglino on her new role and the future of the NWHL

Riveters split the weekend slate, maintain control of second place

Rafter and Packer earn hat tricks in Connecticut Jan 31, 2017 for The Ice Garden Photo Credit: Pat McCarthy Before the weekend, we asked if New York could earn four points and maintain second place. The Riveters didn’t get a full sweep of the weekend, but did conclude the weekend in second place. After a tough … More Riveters split the weekend slate, maintain control of second place