ATHENS & SAVANNAH – After finishing off the Fall 2015 semester with six straight wins, pushing their record to 13-2-1 overall, the Ice Dogs stretched their winning streak to nine games with wins over Life University, Florida, and Georgia Tech to open the first week of the new semester. In the victory over Life, the Ice […]
By Melody Baker IRMO, SC–In their eighth game of the season, the University of Georgia Ice Dogs defeated long time Southeastern Collegiate Hockey Conference rival, the University of South Carolina, 6-4. The win was UGA’s first over USC since 2011. This game was USC’s first after three weeks of canceled games due to flooding in their
By UGA Hockey Staff ATHENS – After a sluggish start Friday night, the Ice Dogs wore down the Life University Running Eagles in a 9-5 win to close out their “Pink in the Rink” weekend. Santa Maria led the way on the scoresheet tallying four goals and an assist, his highest point total thus far
By Blake McDaniel ATHENS – In their third home game and fourth overall , the Ice Dogs welcomed the Kennesaw State Owls to Athens for their first ever meeting at the Classic Center. In a back-and-forth physical battle, that featured 36 combined penalty minutes between the teams, Georgia fell 7-6 in overtime to their interstate rivals.
ATHENS – The University of Georgia Ice Dogs are pleased to introduce fans to the team’s new head coach for the 2015-16 season, Eric Linkowski. Linkowski becomes the fourth head coach in the club’s 28-year history. “I’m honored and humbled to become the next head coach of the University of Georgia Ice Dogs,” Linkowski said. “From
ATHENS – The University of Georgia Ice Dogs club hockey team announced today, Tuesday, August 4, 2015 the newest addition to their 2015-16 coaching staff, assistant coach Rick Emmett. Emmett brings over 20 years of playing and coaching experience at the elite amateur and professional levels to the University of Georgia club hockey team. “I’m
ATHENS- The University of Georgia Ice Dogs club hockey team named Chris Copelli as an assistant coach for the 2015-16 season, according to an announcement on Tuesday, July 28, 2015 from the UGA Hockey Club Player’s Board. Copelli, a native of Norcross, previously played for the Ice Dogs from 2005-2010 when he was an undergraduate at
The University of Georgia Hockey Club announced on Tuesday, July 21 assistant coach Steve Beneke will return for the 2015-16 season, marking his 18th season with the team. Along with his assistant coach duties, which primarily focus on the team’s goaltending, Beneke will also serve as Compliance Director. “I am excited to be returning as
David Bakin is not your average Ice Dog. Besides being the only player (of record) to have traveled to all seven continents, including Antarctica, he’s by far the most outgoing. The junior captain of the Ice Dogs has been a force to be reckoned with not only on the ice, but off the ice as well.