Women’s Athletics

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    Laden, Darkangelo sign with Connecticut Whale

    Chelsea Laden and Shiann Darkangelo, former members of the Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey team, have both signed one-year deals with the Connecticut Whale of the National Women’s Hockey League. The team...

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    Greg Amodio named new QU athletic director

    Quinnipiac University president John Lahey has announced that Greg Amodio will take over as athletic director as Jack McDonald retires to pursue the same position at the University of New England....

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    Finding her place

    To freshman Estefania Morales, golf is more than just a game. From playing golf with her dad while growing up in Venezuela, to competing as a golfer at Quinnipiac University, the...

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    The biggest fans

    A group of students, equipped with a variety of instruments, play a familiar tune just as men’s ice hockey coach Rand Pecknold calls a timeout. The music builds and then halts....

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    The best that almost never was

    A championship trophy rests on the edge of a foldaway table. It is no ordinary trophy—far different than a participation award picked up in recreational soccer, or an Amateur Athletic Union honor...

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    A lasting impact

    It takes a play to change a game, but a player to change a program. The 2014-15 winter sports season has included streaks, records, and NCAA appearances. Over the last four...

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    His final mark: McDonald reflects on the legacy he’s leaving at Quinnipiac

    Jack McDonald, 63, is retiring after 20 years as Quinnipiac University’s athletic director. He has elevated Quinnipiac to the Division I level, and was a major part of the university’s growth....

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    Jack McDonald takes athletic director position at University of New England

    Quinnipiac’s retiring athletic director, Jack McDonald, has signed on as associate vice president and director of athletics for the University of New England. He announced his retirement in October, and is set to finish his tenure at...

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    McDonald says he was unaware of Seeley’s alleged history at Clarkson before hiring

      Quinnipiac University’s athletic director, Jack McDonald, emphatically denied today having any knowledge of physical or verbal abuse allegations prior to Rick Seeley’s hiring as Quinnipiac’s women’s ice hockey head coach...

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    Report: Former Clarkson players accuse Rick Seeley of abuse

    Some of Rick Seeley’s former players from Clarkson University are speaking out, a week after women’s ice hockey head coach Rick Seeley resigned after reports of an investigation into abusive behavior. Three former players...

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