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What Women’s Ice Hockey Coaches and Pros Have to Say About the Recruiting Process

Given the differing coach perspectives and expectations across all Division I women’s hockey teams, LRT Sports set out to piece together a holistic analysis of recruiting. Below are a number of different coach insights regarding some of the most commonly asked recruiting questions. The coaches that have been interviewed are some of the best in

May 7, 2021 Jordan Alcon

Former Boston University Hockey Players and Pro Hockey Player Share Their Recruitment Experiences & and Why BU

Doyle Somerby and Nick Roberto are 2017 graduates of Boston University and played for the Men’s Ice Hockey team. Not only were they teammates at BU, but they’ve been best friends since age 10! Both Doyle and Nick are from Massachusetts and attended high school together at Kimball Union Academy. Both Doyle and Nick had

February 4, 2021

A Student-Athletes Concussion Story

My name is Stephanie O’Brien, and I attend Wesleyan University, where I play ice hockey; here is my concussion story. On January 10, 2020, I received a concussion that prohibited me from participating in the remainder of my season. In the first shift of the game, I got punched in the face and immediately felt

December 28, 2020

Wesleyan’s Head Women’s Hockey Coach Jodi Mckenna Talks NESCAC Hockey

Recruiting information during the pandemic is more important now than ever. LRT Sports has college recruiting advice from hundreds of college head coaches to make sure you the most informed and successful recruiting process possible. Jodi Mckenna has been the head coach of the Wesleyan Women’s Ice Hockey program for 12 years. Mckenna played Division

September 24, 2020

2018 Gold Medalist, Professional Hockey player and former University of Vermont, Amanda Pelkey, Talks UVM, Coaches and Recruiting

Amanda Pelkey, a Vermont native, played four years of NCAA Division I Hockey at the University of Vermont. She led the Catamounts as a senior co-captain and finished her career with the all-time leading goal record with 49 goals and 56 assists for a total of 105 career points. She was the first player in

February 3, 2020

University of Vermont Women’s Hockey Coach Speaks on Work Ethic & Personality

Coach Koizumi gives advice to high school athletes who are looking to play at the next level.

December 2, 2019

NWHL Athlete Shares Recruiting Insight

Savannah Harmon was a two-year captain of the Clarkson University Division I Women’s Ice Hockey team. Harmon led the team to two National Championship titles in 2017 and 2018. Some of her greatest accomplishments include first-team All-American, Top-10 Finalist for the 2018 Patty Kazmaier award, and ECAC Hockey’s Best Defenseman Award Winner. After four outstanding years

November 7, 2019

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