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Women’s Ice Hockey

13-14 Women's HockeyFounded in 1999, the Women’s Ice Hockey team competes in the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA). The players and coaching staff continue to work hard to earn a name for URI in the exciting sport of women’s ice hockey.

URI Women’s Hockey is currently in search of a new Head Coach.  Click here to view the Head Coach job description and application instructions.

URI Ranked #3 in the final regular season poll

A tough pool at Nationals. We will face off against Miami, Adrian, Michigan State.  GO RHODY!

FINAL RANKING
2/26/2014

Rank Team Total points # of first place votes
1 Miami University 15 17
2 University of Massachusettes 40
3 University of Rhode Island 44
4 Robert Morris University-Chicago 63
5 Adrian College 69
6 University of Michigan 97
7 Liberty University 106
8 Michigan State University 121
9 Grand Valley State University 138
10 University of Minnesota 143
11 Northeastern University 156
12 Colorado State University 183
13 University of Vermont 185
14 Davenport University 189
15 University of Wisconsin 258
Others receiving votes: Ohio St., Colorado

 

URI WINS 2014 ECWHL CHAMPIONSHIP

Rhode Island Women’s Ice Hockey captured it’s 10th ECWHL Championship Sunday Feb. 23rd.

Rhode Island took on the University of Vermont Sat. for the ECWHL semi-finals winning 4-0. Senior Lauren Lanoie scored all 4 goals with the help from her teammates earning her a unanimous vote for the ECWHL All-Tournament Team.  Sunday, U. Mass and Rhode Island faced off for the ECWHL Championship. With a scoreless first period Rhode Island came on strong winning 2-0. Rhode Island’s goalie Kayla DiLorenzo posted 2 shut outs earning her  a spot on the ECWHL All-Tournament Team. Senior Lauren Hillberg earned a spot on as the top defense on the ECWHL All-Tournament Team.  Sydney Collins a universal player for URI scored the winning goal earning the 2014 ECWHL MVP award. Rhody has brought the cup back to URI  with great team effort and will host the 2015 ECWHL Championship.

Rhody is back in action at the Boss Arena March 1st 2:00 pm facing off against UNH.

 

USA Women Win BronzeWUG Reps

Congratulations Lauren Hillberg, Cassie Catlow and Alisha DiFilippo for making history bringing home the first women’s medal for Team USA at the World University Games

Pergine, Italy – Katie Augustine (West Chester, Ohio/Miami University) scored the game-winning goal, Hayley Williams (Crete, Ill./Robert Morris University) tallied a goal and an assist and goaltender Katie Vaughan (Pittsburgh, Pa./Penn State University) turned away 37 shots to help the U.S. Women’s National University Team earn a 3-1 win over Japan in the bronze medal game of the 2013 Winter World University Games.
The medal is the first for the United States in either men’s or women’s competition at the Winter World University Games.

“We couldn’t be happier with how this group represented their country during this tournament, both on and off the ice,” said Mo Stroemel, head coach of the 2013 U.S. Women’s National University Team. “This is a moment none of us will forget. We are extremely happy to bring a medal home to the United States.”

Monica Korzon (Ann Arbor, Mich./University of Michigan) opened the scoring at 17:03 of the first period when she struck for an even-strength goal. Ramey Weaver (Eagle River, Alaska/Robert Morris University) was credited with the lone assist on the play. Japan then knotted the score with 11 seconds remaining in the opening stanza.

The teams played a scoreless second period, setting the stage for Team USA’s third-period heroics.

Augustine found the back of the net to put the U.S. in front for good at 2:30 of the final frame. Williams and Morgan McGrath (Mayfield Village, Ohio/Miami University) also contributed to the goal. Williams then scored into an empty net with just three seconds remaining to cap the victory.

Rhode Island Women’s Ice Hockey captured it’s 10th ECWHL Championship Sunday Feb. 23rd. Rhode Island took on the University of Vermont Sat for the ECWHL semi-finals winning 4-0. Senior Lauren Lanoie scored all 4 goals with the help from her teammates earning her a unanimous vote for the ECWHL Tournament Team.  Sunday U. Mass and Rhode Island faced off for the ECWHL Championship. With a scoreless first period Rhode Island came on strong winning 2-0. Rhode Island’s goalie Kayla DiLorenzo posted 2 shut outs earning her  a spot on the ECWHL All Tournament Team. Senior Lauren Hillberg earned a spot on as the top defense on the ECWHL All Tournament Team.  Sydney Collins a universal player for URI scored the winning goal earning the 2014 ECWHL MVP award. Rhody has brought the cup back to URI  with great team effort and will host the 2015 ECWHL Championship. Rhody is back in action at the Boss Arena March 1st 2:00 pm facing off against UNH. 

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