Post #56 – 9/23/21 – Weekend Game Schedule, Sifters

In This Post…

  • NCAA D-I Weekend Game Schedule |
  • Sifters |

NCAA Coaching Changes… Keep up with all the coaching changes across D-I and D-III HERE.

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Recruiting Events/League Online Directory… Find all the recruiting events on right HERE. Want to add your event? Click HERE to fill out our event form.

Streaming Info-Updated as of 9-21-21

-Streams for games in the ECAC can be found HERE. Subscriptions will be necessary to watch games in the ECAC.

-Streams in the WCHA can be found HERE. Subscriptions will be necessary to watch games.

-Streams in Hockey East this year can be found HERE. Subscriptions will be necessary to watch games.

-Streams for CHA games with the exception of Penn St. can be found HERE. Subscriptions will be necessary to watch games.

-Streams for NEWHA games can be found at each teams’ website. Subscriptions may be necessary to watch games.

NCAA D-I Weekend Game Schedule

With a weeks worth of regular season practice under their belts, quite a few NCAA D-I teams are playing games for real now. Some games on the weekend schedule are exhibition games. The new NCAA Stat Site schedule doesn’t reference whether games are Exhibition, Conference, or Non-Conference, which was a nice feature of CHS (collegehockeystats).

Several pre-season Top 10 ranked teams, as well as those just outside the Top 10, are in action this weekend.

Quinnipiac, just outside the Top 10 hosts Maine for a 2-game Friday/Saturday series at home. Clarkson, who is also just outside the Top 10 faces off against Sacred Heart at home for a pair of games Friday and Saturday. #9 Penn State welcomes St. Lawrence for a Thursday/Friday series. #6 Colgate and RIT play a home and home Friday and Saturday. #3 Ohio State hosts new WCHA member St. Thomas Friday/Saturday in Columbus. And #1 Wisconsin travels to North Andover, MA to take on Merrimack for a pair of games.

You can see the full weekend Thursday, Friday, and Saturday schedule below. All times are Eastern Standard Time. Streaming information can be found above.

Thursday, Sept 23rdNew NCAA Stat Site Link

St. Lawrence @ Penn State – 7PM

Friday, Sept 24th – New NCAA Stat Site Link

RIT @ Colgate – 5PM

Maine @ Quinnipiac – 6PM

Sacred Heart @ Clarkson – 6PM

Minnesota State @ Merrimack – 6PM

St. Thomas @ Ohio State – 6PM


RPI @ Mercyhurst – 6:05PM

St. Lawrence @ Penn State – 7PM

Wisconsin @ Lindenwood – 8PM

Saturday, Sept 25th – New NCAA Stat Site Link

Saint Michael’s @ Vermont – 1PM

Sacred Heart @ Clarkson – 2PM

St. Thomas @ Ohio State – 2PM

Maine @ Quinnipiac – 3PM


RPI @ Mercyhurst – 3:05PM

Minnesota State @ Merrimack – 4PM

Wisconsin @ Lindenwood – 4:30PM

Colgate @ RIT – 6PM


Updated Coaching Changes… Nichols College has hired former Quinnipiac Head Coach Michael Barrett. Barrett coached the Bobcats from 2002-2008 before moving into an Athletic Department Development role.

Josh Glaser has been hired as RIT’s newest Assistant Coach. Josh has spent time with Vermont, Colgate, and Utica in various roles.

Kate Leary has been hired at Merrimack College as an Assistant Coach. She replaces Stephanie Moberg who is now at Dartmouth College. Leary was a standout at Boston College where she amassed 85 pts in 149 games.

Zoey Pellowitz iis the new Graduate Assistant Coach at Nazareth College. She just completed her playing career at Manhattanville.

Mike Frost is the new Assistant Coach at Johnson & Wales.

Transfers, Where Are They Now… It was quite a year for the transfer. Nicole Haase of has compiled a thorough list of which players have departed certain programs and where they wound up at for the season. You can find her complete list HERE.

Until Next Time…

Grant Kimball is founder and contributing writer at Women’s College and beginning his 3rd season as an Assistant Coach with the Yale University women’s hockey program. Grant has developed an experienced perspective in the world of women’s ice hockey, having coached and recruited players from across the globe during his 25+ year amatuer and NCAA coaching career. He has coached at 6 NCAA DIII and DI programs in the NCHA (D3), the CHA, WCHA, Hockey East, ECAC, and the Ivy League (DI). Beyond coaching, Grant served as a site representative for the 2019 NCAA quarterfinal of the D-I NCAA Tournament. He also currently serves as an Officer with the American Hockey Coaches Association as Vice President of Membership and sits on the AHCA’s Women’s Hockey Executive Committee.

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