Sports | 11:05 pm | April 6, 2012 | By Lindsey Uniat

Hughes ’12 wins humanitarian award

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Aleca Hughes ’12, the women’s hockey captain who led efforts to honor former teammate Mandi Schwartz ’11, was awarded the BNY Mellon Wealth Management Hockey Humanitarian Award in a ceremony in Tampa on Friday. The annual award, currently in its 17th year, is open to male and female hockey players in Divisions I and III »

Sports | 11:36 pm | March 19, 2012 | By Lindsey Uniat

Hughes ’12 honored for character in athletics

Women's hockey captain Aleca Hughes '12 is one of five collegiate finalists for the Coach Wooden Citizen Cup.

Women’s hockey captain Aleca Hughes ’12 is up for a top award for character in sports. Hughes has been named one of five collegiate finalists for the Coach Wooden Citizen Cup — an award given annually to one professional and one collegiate athlete for character, leadership and contribution to sport and society. The collegiate finalists »

Sports | 2:24 pm | March 13, 2012 | By Lindsey Uniat

Brother of Mandi Schwartz ’11 to join St. Louis Blues

Jaden Schwartz will join the St. Louis Blues.

Jaden Schwartz — the brother of former women’s hockey player Mandi Schwartz ’11 — signed a three-year, entry level contact with the National Hockey League’s St. Louis Blues on Monday. The Blues drafted Schwartz, now 19, in the first round of 2010s draft. He won’t spend time at the Blues’ Peoria, Ill. farm team, but »

Sports | 7:37 pm | March 11, 2012 | By Kevin Kucharski

M. HOCKEY | Elis split series with Harvard

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For the second straight night, it was overtime for the men’s hockey team in its best-of-three ECAC quarterfinal matchup against Harvard (11–9–11, 8–5-9 ECAC). But unlike Friday, when Kenny Agostino ’14 scored the game-winner in overtime, there would be no hero for Yale (16–15–3, 10–10–2) tonight as the Cantabs won 4–3 in double overtime to »

Sports | 2:40 pm | March 4, 2012 | By Jimin He and Kevin Kucharski

M. HOCKEY | Bulldogs split first two playoff games

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A late comeback by the men’s hockey team was not enough to overcome its slow start. The Bulldogs (14–14–3, 10–10–2 ECAC) fell in overtime to Princeton (9–15–7, 6–12–4) 5–4 as the Tigers extended the ECAC playoff series to its final game. Despite missing seven players to injuries, Princeton jumped out to a 2–0 lead and »