Tag: women’s hockey

10 things: The most inspirational sports moments of 2020

WNBA supports Warnock The 2020 U.S. elections have remained heated in Georgia, with Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler facing off against Democrat Raphael Warnock in a runoff in January 2021. Among the groups who helped Warnock advance are WNBA players, including several from the Atlanta Dream, of which Loeffler is part-owner.[Read More…]

Women's hockey book

In conversation with Denbeigh Whitmarsh

Third-year French Literature major and author Denbeigh Whitmarsh has always had strong opinions about women’s hockey. Two summers ago, Whitmarsh’s great-aunt—and women’s hockey pioneer—Rhonda Leeman Taylor asked for help writing a memoir. Taylor organized the first Women’s Canadian National Hockey Tournament in 1982 and was the first woman to sit[Read More…]

Women’s hockey players stand up, sit out

On March 29, the board of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League (CWHL), an organization that previously consisted of six teams, voted to disband the league due to its financial inviability, irreversibly changing the state of women’s hockey in North America.  The United States-based National Women’s Hockey League (NWHL) thus became[Read More…]

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