Discussion in 'UConn Hockey' started by FDNY99, Feb 13, 2014.
Feel free to post any info on recruits for the Women's team here
Knutson makes her decision, verbally commits to UConn, LaCrosse Tribune
Wow. Possibly the best player in the country?
UConn advantages as a school (outside of hockey) gives it a huge recruiting advantage. This will play out for the men's team as well.
Agreed, especially in the Olympic sports.
Maybe this helped?
UConn upsets #7 BC
We are just pissing off all the Catholic schools this week aren't we?
Not current recruiting news but won't hurt future recruiting...
UConn2:58pm via Sprout Social
UConn alum Jessica Lutz '10 scored a goal for Switzerland in semifinals hockey today.#Olympics Congrats Jessica!!! Post original url/1cRFZQ8
Edit add today-
UConnWHOC9:52am via TweetDeck
Here's a quick recap of #UConn's Jessica Lutz helping Switzerland to Bronze at #Sochi2014:uconnhuskies.com/sports/w-hocke…#BleedBlue
Highly unlikely. The best players come from the Ontario's Provincial Women's Hockey League (PWHL), American junior teams or prep schools. With the exception of a few leagues in Minnesota, top players rarely come directly from high schools. Wisconsin is a traditional power in NCAA women's hockey. You can be sure that they'd be all over one of the nation's top players in their own backyard. Based on her other offers and the fact that she's been invited to some USA Hockey player development camps (top 100-150 or so American prospects) it's more likely she has potential and is a good prospect, but not in the elite tier.
Natalie Snodgrass - UConn WHOC Commit
Team USA past Canada 3-2 Friday in the championship game of the Women’s Under-18 World Hockey Championships at St. Catharines, Ontario.
Younger sister of former UConn Forward Emily Snodgrass
Honored to announce my commitment to the University of Connecticut for Division 1 Hockey. Go huskies#Uconnhuskies
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