Boston College seeking elusive NCAA women’s hockey title

Published Aug 23, 2017 for FanRag Sports Coach Katie Crowley has been part of the Boston College women’s hockey program since 2003.  She joined the Eagles as an assistant coach while still competing with the U.S. women’s national team. These days, she has led the Eagles to seven consecutive NCAA appearances and three consecutive Frozen Four appearances. Every year, … More Boston College seeking elusive NCAA women’s hockey title

New York Liberty partners with RISE for Town Hall on race and racism in America

At Madison Square Garden, WNBA players and NYPD face off over racial justice The New York Liberty hosted a panel discussion on race and our collective role in confronting hate. AUG 21, 2017, 1:38 PM for ThinkProgress NEW YORK, NEW YORK — During this particular moment of heightened racial and political tension across the country, the … More New York Liberty partners with RISE for Town Hall on race and racism in America

Behind the Mask: Catching up with Katie Fitzgerald and the Chicago Bandits

Posted Aug 9, 2017 for The Ice Garden Earlier this summer, The Ice Garden spoke to New York Riveters goalie Katie Fitzgerald about her internship with the Chicago Bandits, reigning champions of the National Pro Fastpitch softball league. The experience has been an opportunity to pursue other interests in sports, while also gaining a new perspective … More Behind the Mask: Catching up with Katie Fitzgerald and the Chicago Bandits

ICYMI: Liberty hang on to defeat Indiana

August 9, 2017 for The Summitt  The @nyliberty snapped a 2-game skid with a hard-fought win over the Fever. @elindsay08 has the takeaways: https://t.co/5WNNV4uOXw pic.twitter.com/zKM8xjUTOC — The Summitt (@SummittHoops) August 9, 2017 The Indiana Fever looked to remain hot as they traveled to Madison Square Garden to take on the New York Liberty. Indiana won … More ICYMI: Liberty hang on to defeat Indiana

ICYMI: E:60 tells the story of Schuye LaRue

E:60 tells the story of Schuye LaRue, mental health and homelessness in America July 30, 2017 for The Summitt This Sunday, ESPN’s E:60 will bring us the story of University of Virginia standout Schuye LaRue. Reporter Shelley Smith tracks down LaRue 15 years after becoming ACC Rookie of the Year. She led the Cavaliers in scoring and … More ICYMI: E:60 tells the story of Schuye LaRue

Developing blue lines and key unsigned defenders of the NWHL

 Posted on Jul 8, 2017 for FanRag Sports  Before the most recent signings by the Buffalo Beauts, only eight blue-liners had committed to an NWHL team for the fall. Here is a look at the current defenders for each team, courtesy of Mike Murphy of FanRag Sports. Recap of NWHL signings to date BOS: 8/9 F, … More Developing blue lines and key unsigned defenders of the NWHL

There’s no crying (and few women) in baseball!

On the 25th anniversary of the release of the film A League of Their Own, the Brooklyn Cyclones honored The Rockford Peaches; both the real players and the actresses from the film. The Peaches are one of the founding four teams of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL). Shirley Burkovich and Maybelle Blair were … More There’s no crying (and few women) in baseball!

REBLOG: Three players of color chosen in first round of 2017 NHL Draft — TheColorOfHockey

CHICAGO – Three players of color took center stage at the 2017 National Hockey League Draft at Chicago’s United Center Friday night. Two major junior hockey players of Asian heritage and a black French-Canadian player were chosen in the first round of the 31-team draft. And Ryan Reaves, a pugnacious veteran forward, was traded by […] … More REBLOG: Three players of color chosen in first round of 2017 NHL Draft — TheColorOfHockey