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Men’s Hockey Season To Start

By Connor Lambert, Staff Writer Men’s hockey will be the first team from the university to start playing on Nov. 14. Ever since athletics announced men’s hockey would be the newest sport on campus on April 30, they have been waiting on the coronavirus pandemic to start gameplay. The men’s…

Athlete of the Week: Kenzie Harmison

BY ANDREW SCARPACIASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR Thanks to a skillful play by women’s hockey goalie Kenzie Harmison, the Sharks ended their inaugural season on top by earning the New England Women’s Hockey Alliance (NEWHA) title. Harmison won tournament MVP, achieving shutouts in all three matches, totaling 85 saves, helping her team…

Women’s Ice Hockey Heads to Playoffs

BY JASON GLICKMANSTAFF WRITER The women’s ice hockey team had a solid season, ending with a 10-8 record, and thereby placing themselves as a top seed team in the New England Women’s Hockey Alliance, (NEWHA) where their first playoff game will be played at home. The women’s ice hockey team…

Post Ice Hockey Team Eager to Going

By Maxime Devillaz Co-Editor-in-Chief After a tight 6-5 win in the season opener at Princeton University on Saturday, Sept. 20, the LIU Post ice hockey team started their 25-game seasonal route in the right direction. Now, the co-educational club is striving to raise awareness and participation from fellow students in…

Post Hockey Suffers First Loss in OT

The Great Northeast Collegiate Hockey defending champion C.W. Post Pioneers defeated New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), 3-1 on October 29th but suffered their first loss Saturday in overtime against Kutztown University. Against NJIT, the Pioneers took a 1-0 first period lead on junior Lawrence Kutsovsky’s first career goal off…