(Photo: Nicholas Badders/WCSN) The Arizona State and Assiniboine Community College women’s club hockey programs competed against each other Friday night for the first time in the programs’ history. For the first game of the three-game series, the Cougars skated away successful, earning themselves a 4-1 win. In the midst of it all,
(Photo: Nicholas Badders/WCSN) This weekend, the Arizona State women’s hockey team did not get the results they hoped to get, but learned along the way. The Sun Devils lost both of their games against the Midland Warriors, falling 5-1 in the first game. However, the score did not reflect what actually happened
(Photo: Nicholas Badders/WCSN) In the first of a two-game series against the Midland Warriors, the Arizona State women’s club hockey team falls 5-1 after a strong first period. The first period started off offensively strong for the Sun Devils. ASU pressed Midland’s defense in hope to get a stick on the puck.
(Photo: Nicholas Badders/WCSN) There’s always more to an athlete than most people realize. They aren’t simply just a teammate, a leader, or a friend, there’s an actual person who lives inside that body. Junior Taylor England grew up in Tempe, Arizona, like many of the other ASU women’s hockey players. England attended
(Photo: Nicholas Badders/WCSN) The Arizona State women’s club hockey team had a difficult weekend in Boulder, Colorado at the Western Women’s Collegiate Hockey showcase tournament this weekend. Over a course of three days, the Sun Devils played four games and were unable to come back to Tempe with any wins. On Friday night, the Devils faced
(Photo: Nicholas Badders/WCSN) The beginning of new programs can be a hit or a miss. Many wonder how successful a program will be in its first few years and down the road into the future, with countless questions that ponder the minds of plenty. For the Arizona State women’s club hockey team, the first
(Photo: Nicholas Badders/WCSN) The Arizona State women’s club hockey team is unique in many ways. However, one that isn’t mentioned often is the women behind the bench for the Sun Devils. These women take time out of their busy schedules including other jobs, to come to Oceanside Ice Arena in Tempe twice