Season in Review: Women's Hockey
Clarkson makes history, Plattsburgh St. notches first since '08
The epicenter of women's hockey sits in upstate New York following national championships for Clarkson and Plattsburgh State in 2014. Clarkson's title was the school's first NCAA championship in any sport, while Plattsburgh State won its first title since 2008. Take a look back at both with videos, features and photos as NCAA.com continues its look back at the 2013-14 season.
Clarkson wins school's first NCAA title
Clarkson won its university’s first NCAA national championship in any sport thanks to the Golden Knights’ 5-4 national title game win against Minnesota.
The Knights’ victory brought upon the Golden Gophers their first loss in 27 games. Even more staggering, though, is that this is the first time any team from outside the Western Collegiate Hockey Association had ever won the NCAA women’s ice hockey national title. ... Read More
Plattsburgh State scores eight goals in a row to win national title
Ali Vakos, Chelsea VanGlahn and Bridget Balisy combined for 11 points as Plattsburgh State defeated the Norwich Cadets 9-2 to earn the Cardinals' third national crown in front of a crowd of 1,619 at the Stafford Ice Arena.
With the win, the Cardinals finish the season with a 28-1-1 record and claim their first title since 2008. ... Read More