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Topic: Women’s Ice Hockey

Cynthia Kyin ’18 looks to move the puck out of the defensive zone. Brown struggled in a home-and-home series against Yale, losing twice by a three-goal margin. The Bears have not won in their past 12 games.


Women’s hockey’s power play success not enough against Yale

February 1, 2016 Comments are Disabled

The women’s hockey team endured another tough weekend, extending its winless streak to 12 games after falling twice to Yale (9-13-1, 8-7-1 ECAC).

Alli Rolandelli ‘16 skates down the ice. Her team will look to right the ship this weekend after encouraging ties against Cornell and Union.


Tough schedule stymies women’s hockey over winter break

January 29, 2016 Comments are Disabled

In the midst of a 3-16-2 season, it might be harder than usual to find positives for the women’s hockey team to build on.

Erin Conway ’17 contributes to the Bears’ defensive efforts and attempts to steal the puck from an opponent. On offense, Conway recorded an assist on the goal from Sam Donovan ’18 Saturday against Providence College. But Donovan’s tally was the only one Brown mustered in its 6-1 defeat.


Friars score early, often to claim 21st Mayor’s Cup

November 30, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Mayor Jorge Elorza awarded Providence College a trophy after the women’s ice hockey team fell to the Friars in a battle for the 21st Annual Mayor’s Cup.

Hunter Davis ’16 and Katie Lynch ’19 look on from the bench during this weekend’s matchups against RIT. The women’s hockey team fell to the Tigers 5-1 Friday night but triumphed over them 2-1 Saturday.


Power play success helps women’s hockey team split weekend

November 23, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Bruno came away with a 1-1 record on the weekend after a pair of road tilts against RIT, dropping the first game Friday night 5-1 but winning 2-1 Saturday

Sam Donovan ’18 helped Brown to its first win of the season Saturday against Sacred Heart. She led the team in shooting percentage last year.


Athlete of the Week: Sam Donovan ’18 lifts Bears to first win with hat trick

November 20, 2015 Comments are Disabled

When the women’s hockey team lost its first six games by a combined score of 24-2, team morale was low. But Sam Donovan ’18 would have none of it.

Hat trick by Donovan ’18 propels women’s hockey to first win


Hat trick by Donovan ’18 propels women’s hockey to first win

November 16, 2015 Comments are Disabled

After a grueling opening stretch of games, the women’s hockey team finally used a much-needed offensive outburst to defeat Sacred Heart, 6-1

Sam Donovan ’18 maneuvers on the ice to gain control of the puck. Donovan, who led the team with 12 goals last season, scored the Bears’ only goal over the weekend in Saturday’s contest against Harvard. The forward’s shot came off sharp passes from Alli Rolandelli ’16 and Bridget Carey ’19.


Offense remains cold in women’s hockey’s pair of weekend losses

November 9, 2015 Comments are Disabled

One bad period against a good team can be costly, and that was proved to be the case for Brown in weekend losses to Dartmouth and Harvard.

Sam Donovan ’18 skates across the rink in an attempt to break free of a Quinnipiac defender. The forward led the Bears as a rookie last season with 12 goals and led all ECAC newcomers in goals scored in league games.


Losses in conference openers extend women’s hockey’s skid

November 2, 2015 Comments are Disabled

The women’s ice hockey team was scoreless this weekend, losing 4-0 to No. 5 Quinnipiac Friday night and 3-0 to Princeton Saturday at Meehan Auditorium.

Catherine LeBoeuf ’17 skates toward a puck in the corner. Brown won only two games last year, but under a new coach and with newfound talent, the Bears hope to steadily gain on their ECAC opponents.


Young women’s hockey team looks to improve upon disappointing 2014-15 campaign

October 23, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Anyone at Meehan Auditorium at 6 a.m. on a Tuesday will be able to find the women’s ice hockey team, as part of an unusual regimen under its new head coach.

Robert Kenneally ’90, who has worked in Brown athletics for over 20 years, played ice hockey for Brown as an undergraduate during the late 80s.


Kenneally ’90 named new women’s hockey head coach

April 2, 2015 1 comment

Robert Kenneally ’90, executive associate director of athletics, was named the head coach of the women’s hockey team Wednesday.