Today, one of the founding members of the Metropolitan Riveters and the NWHL has decided to hang up her skates. After six seasons of professional hockey in the CWHL and NWHL, Bray Ketchum has announced her retirement.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. – With 51 life-saving marrow donations through its first nine years, the Mandi Schwartz Marrow Donor Registration Drive at Yale had given people plenty of reasons to celebrate heading into the 10th annual drive Thursday. This year's edition was another success, as the Bulldogs added 464 more potential donors to the Be The Match Registry®.
ALBANY, N.Y. -- Inside ECAC Hockey Weekly Radio Show is a program highlighting action from the previous weekend's games and upcoming games. The program also includes interviews with coaches and student-athletes and showcases stories from around the league.
BROOKLYN, NY – A standout two-way forward at Yale for four years from 2011-2015, Stephanie Mock is beginning her professional hockey career this upcoming season after signing a one-year deal with the Connecticut Whale.
Last season, the New York Riveters offense was considerably better than it was in the National Women’s Hockey League’s inaugural season. The Riveters scored an average of 3.05 goals per game, a dramatic improvement from the 2.22 goals per game they scored in 2015-16.
New York, NY - Bray Ketchum has signed a contract with the New York Riveters for the 2016-17 season, General Manager Chad Wiseman announced Thursday. Ketchum and the Pride agreed to terms on a one-year, $15,000 contract.
Saturday night, Bray Ketchum pulled on her skates, her jersey and threw on her helmet in the dressing room of her college barn, Yale University’s Ingalls Rink, heading down the tunnel for yet another game on ice she had known every inch of just a few short years ago. She was getting ready for yet another game against the Connecticut Whale, but this game would be unlike any of the ones that preceded it this season at Aviator Sports and Events, or at Chelsea Piers Stamford.
STAMFORD, CT– The Connecticut Whale of the National Women's Hockey League (NWHL) has announced that Jessica Koizumi will be the team’s first captain and Kaleigh Fratkin will serve as the Whale’s first assistant captain.
Most people have a general sense of what a concussion is. If you’ve never had one, you’ve surely known someone who has had one, and if you’re a sports fan, you’ve certainly heard them being discussed and debated on sports channels, particularly surrounding the high risk posed to NFL players.
As collectors studied the 2013-14 NHL Upper Deck Series One checklist they saw the name of a hockey player that never played one game in the NHL. Upper Deck staff had been working closely with the family of Mandi Schwartz and the Yale Athletic Department to create a unique collectible as a way of honoring the late Yale womens’ hockey star while also creating awareness for her charitable organization the Mandi Schwartz Foundation (www.mandi17.org).
ALBANY, N.Y. -- Throughout its history ECAC Hockey has always taken pride in the accomplishments of its student-athletes on and off the ice. What has made these accomplishments even more special is that they have often carried on after playing careers are finished.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Yale women's ice hockey is well-represented at the 2011 USA Hockey Women's National Festival, as goalie Jackee Snikeris '11 and assistant coach Jessica Koizumi have both earned invitations to the camp. They are in Blaine, Minn., Aug. 10-20 in hopes of earning a spot on Team USA's roster for upcoming international competitions.
ALBANY, N.Y. – Former student-athletes from 11 ECAC Hockey teams were selected in the 2011 CWHL Entry Draft last week (July 21). In all a total of 18 former league standouts were chosen to continue their playing dreams of professional hockey League.
VANCOUVER, B.C. - Former Yale standout Natalie Babony completed her run with Team Slovakia at the Winter Olympics Monday night. Babony had one assist in five games as Slovakia finished eighth. Babony is the third player in the history of Yale women's hockey to make an Olympic team roster.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- Former Yale women's ice hockey player Natalie Babony '06 (Whitby, Ont./Holderness School/Telus Lightning) and Team Slovakia start play in the Olympics this Saturday with a game against Canada at 5 p.m. Vancouver time (8 p.m. Eastern time).
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- Former Yale player Natalie Babony 06 (Whitby, Ont./Holderness School/Telus Lightning) has been selected for the Slovakian Olympic Team and will be a part of the upcoming Winter Games in Vancouver, B.C., starting Feb. 13. Babony is the third player in the history of Yale womens hockey to make an Olympic team roster.
This summer Helen Resor is running up mountains, lifting weights five days a week, and competing in rigorous treadmill fitness tests. In other words, she is trying out for the Womens Olympic Ice Hockey Team, which will play at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Games.