The women's hockey team continues to shine as it collected a pair of wins over the weekend against Princeton and Quinnipiac.
The No. 2 women's ice hockey team should be well-rested after a 13-day break, which is bad news for Princeton and Quinnipiac when they visit Lynah Rink this weekend.
Despite big expectations for this season, the women's hockey team is, as the old sports mantra goes, focused on taking it one game at a time.
The women's hockey team took down Harvard and Dartmouth after its sole loss on the season to Mercyhurst.
After its first loss of the season, the women's hockey team opens Ivy League play against Harvard and Dartmouth.
After defeating Mercyhurst in last season's national semifinal, the women's hockey team welcomed a revenge-seeking Lakers squad to Lynah Rink Tuesday night.
In a special non-conference matchup at Lynah Rink, the Red seeks to take down the Lakers for the second contest between the two teams in 2010.
The women's hockey team downed both Quinnipiac and Princeton over the weekend on the road to open ECAC play.
The No. 1 ranked women's hockey team opened its season in commanding fashion over the weekend, outscoring Robert Morris 12-3 over the span of two games.
The women's hockey team fell to the University of Minnesota-Duluth, 3-2, in triple overtime in the national championship game.