The Tigers had another successful weekend of hockey playing away at Slippery Rock. The Tigers beat SRU 8-3 on Saturday and won 15-5 on Sunday. Even after a goalie substitution on Sunday, the team worked together utilizing their teamwork and diverse skill set to bring home the win.
Next up...Maryland February 6 at 5:45pm at Ice World!
The Tigers played great this past weekend winning all three of their games! With wins over Maryland and Villanova the team holds strong in first place in Div. 1 of the DVCHC going into Winter Break.
Towson - 9 Rowan - 1
Towson - 5 MD - 2
Towson - 7 Villanova - 2
We are excited to have so many returns back in the hunt for the third straight DVCHC Div. 1 Championship and happy to welcome our 6 new players! #RoadToThreepeat
The Tigers won tonight 9-2 against Villanova! Next up is the DVCHC Showdown November 20-22. Please visit the DVCHC Women's website for game times and details about the Showdown Tournament.
Last night we took on Loyola and won 10-2! Tonight we will be against Villanova at 6:15PM on Oaks Center Ice.
Our home opening weekend was a great success! The Tigers beat Loyola 8-1 on Saturday and on Sunday shutout UPenn 9-0. The Tigers take on Loyola again at ice World Friday night at 8:30pm and Villanova at Oaks Center Ice at 6:15pm
Last weekend, the Tigers played UPENN away and came away with their first league win of the season! Final score was 9-2. This weekend is our home opening weekend at Ice World. On Saturday, the Tigers take on Loyola at 7:30pm and on Sunday we take on UPENN at 4:30pm. See you at the rink!
The team enjoyed seeing the new championship banner up in Ice World!! We can't wait to start league games with UPenn away on Oct 24th at 6:10pm
We invite U19, U16, or any 20+ year old USA Hockey registered player interested in Towson University to Skate with the Tigers! Participants will be led by team coaches and players through various drills followed by a combined scrimmage with the 2014 & 2015 DVCHC Div.1 Championship team. Players and coaches will be available before and after the event to answer questions about women's college club hockey and Towson University. Share this post with teammates and friends! We hope to see you there! Contact Beth Kennedy (President) at firstname.lastname@example.org for registration information. Registrations are due April 20!
After an exciting weekend at DVCHC Playoffs, the Tigers emerge victorious as Div. 1 Champions for the second straight season in a row! The weekend started with a 9-1 win over Loyola on Friday February 13 in the quarter-finals followed by a 6-0 shutout of the Villanova Wildcats on Saturday February 14 in the semi-final match-up. The championship proved to be a competitive and physical matchup against the Midshipmen of Navy. After a constant back and forth battle, time expired with the final score Towson - 3 and Navy - 2. Lauren Wood made some amazing saves throughout the game to keep Towson's defense in check. The offensive rush was led by goals by Sarah Rose, Nicole Melchione, and Emily Potere who had the game winning goal. Congrats to the entire team and coaching staff. Thank you to the friends and family who have supported us throughout the season. Your Tigers are a perfect 15-0 undefeated DVCHC Div. 1 Champions!
In the last two league games of the season, the Tigers beat UPenn (6-1) and Loyola (9-0). The Tigers then went onto play Univ. of Maryland to win 7-1. The Tigers finish the regular season undefeated and enter the DVHCH Div. 1 Playoffs as the #1 seed in the Northern Division.
The Tigers played Loyola for the first time and won 12-4. The Tigers are undefeated in league play as they enter the winter break. The team faces 3 more games when they return against UPENN, Loyola, and Maryland. Playoffs are scheduled to be Feb 13 - Feb 15 at Centre ice Rink at the Delaware State Fairgrounds. Come out and support the team!
In the first ever women's division of the DVCHC Showdown, the Tigers made history clenching the tournament title. The team set a new DVCHC men's and women's record by gaining all 18 possible tournament points. The Tigers defeated Villanova, Rutgers, and North Jersey Phoenix all in 9-0 shutout victories. The team is now 8-0 for the season in DVCHC play as the team fights to hold onto the league championship title. Click the picture below to read the league article on the weekends games.
The Tigers continue to be undeafted in league play as they secure their thrid divisional win and fifth overall win against teams in the DVCHC. Towson will play Rutgers again at the upcoming DVCHC Showcase in Aston, Pa from November 21-November 23.
The Tigers led Villanova throughout the second Division game of the season. Although the Wildcats managed to get a few breakaways, Towson's defense was able to shut them down early. The Tigers will play Villanova again during the Showcase weekend. Towson hopes to continue their undefeated streak in league play.
The Tigers had a competative matchup against the Midshipmen of Navy. The game was incredibly close throughout all three periods. Towson's defense managed to play aggressive in the last few minutes of the third period to secure the team's win. This is the second win for Towson in competition for the MD State Title and the third win against teams in the DVCHC.
The Tigers get their first shutout in program history against University of Maryland on November 8! The game was a close head to head matchup, but Towson was able to get the upper hand with back to back goals in the 2nd period. This is the first win for Towson in competition for the Maryland State Title against Navy, Maryland, and Loyola.
The Tigers secure their first win of the season against the Quakers of UPenn on November 2! The team shows a lot of fresh talent as league play begins. Stay tuned as the Tigers continue to compete to defend the cup!
The Tigers hosted the U19 Rockets from New Jersey on October 26. After a fun and competitive scrimmage, the Tigers came out on top. Thank you Loyola Women's Ice Hockey for helping out!
In the first scrimmage of the season, the Tigers went head to head throughout all 3 periods vs. nationally ranked UDel and led the Blue Hens 3-2 for a majority of the 2nd period. Regular game time ended 3-3, but the Blue Hens were able to get a goal off early in OT leaving the final score 4-3 in favor of UDel. The game was a great show of the talent the team has to offer as we approach our first league game in November! Thank you to all the fans that came to support!!