For the second-consecutive weekend, the UConn field hockey team will hit the road for a pair of contests. First up is Big East rival Quinnipiac on Friday before a top-10 matchup with sixth-ranked Princeton. Now No. 4 and with a blemish on their record, the Huskies will look to continue their dominant season into conference play that includes three shutouts.
Roesler has been the complete package for the Whale. Not only is she the first ever player/coach in the NWHL, but she is one of the team’s top defenders. Being a coach in addition to a player was something that she didn’t think was possible until head coach Ryan Equale (former UConn hockey All-American) asked her about it.
After a record-smashing performance in the NCAA Tournament’s opening round, the UConn women’s basketball team will take on in-state foe Quinnipiac Monday night at Gampel Pavilion for a chance to head to Albany for the Sweet 16. UConn students can visit the athletic ticket office Monday to pick up free tickets to the final home game of the season.
Just last week, the UConn Huskies baseball team was one of the hottest teams in the nation and found its way into the rankings for the first time in six years. Four losses later, the Huskies look like a very different team and one that is in desperate need of a win against the in-state foe Quinnipiac Bobcats on Monday.