Last year, the Colorado Buffaloes defeated the ASU women’s hockey team by a combined score of 15-2 in Boulder. On Friday night, the Sun Devils had their chance for redemption when the Buffaloes came to Tempe.
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The sport of hockey is a tight-knit community — from the long road trips to the early mornings and long nights at the rink. The sport brings people together on and off the ice.
Last year, ASU women’s hockey used three defensemen. This year, the Sun Devils have the same number of defensemen, but they are getting some extra help from an unlikely place.
On Friday night, ASU and Grand Canyon University women’s hockey tied 1-1 after playing 65 minutes of hockey. However, on Saturday night, the story was very different.
ASU and Grand Canyon University women's hockey squared off for the first time ever at Oceanside Arena on Friday evening. The game ended in a 1-1 overtime draw between the Antelopes and the Sun Devils.
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The distance from Duluth, Minnesota to Tempe, Arizona is 1,785.6 miles. The trip between both cities might be long, and the temperatures might be drastically different, but for Katie McGovern, both places hold something special: hockey.
Sophomore Jordan Nash-Boulden is five-feet four-inches tall. She might not be the biggest player on the ice, but she will definitely stand tall in the net for ASU women’s hockey this season.
The ASU women’s hockey program is only in their second year as a program. Despite recently transitioning to college hockey, there will be four returning players with letters on their jerseys this season.
Ice hockey in 100 degree weather in the middle of August might seem peculiar to the average hockey fan. However, one group of women in Tempe are proving otherwise.