8th place! So impressive. Maybe Diaco can make a trophy for Cavanaugh for this stunning accomplishment.
2010 - -$14,451,400
2011 - -$14,934,366
2012 - -$17,541,624
2013 - -$18,945,612
2014 - -$27,079,853
2015 - -$27,977,315
2016 - -$35,253,250
2017 - -$41,975,209
2018 - -$40,638,237
Instead of just adding up student fees, direct and indirect (UConn reported none) institutional support like it appears was done in the article my numbers are based on total expenses minus total earned income.
Last place in the CT Ice tournament. Worst team in CT and 38th in PWR. Cavanaugh really is the best.
UConn played great last weekend. Didnít get the desired results, but carried play both games. No puck luck and couldnít finish. I wouldnít want to play them down the stretch. In the league they are coming off HE victories over Maine and NU.
This weekend is huge for both teams. UConn needs to solve UNHís great goaltending and get a few dirty greasy goals. Should be a great weekend of hockey.
A big 2 points on the road. IMO UConn actually played better last weekend, but lost two 3-2 games. They play inconsistent tonight and win 7-4. Thatís college hockey I guess. Regardless they have won their last 3 HE games for 6 points when league points are at a premium. Keep it going boys!
Hope Carter Turnbell isnít hurt too bad, heís been playing really well. Next man up, but thatís a big loss.
I have seen PSU and ASU have immediate success upon entering D1 play. I like Cav a lot but has he even had one winning season?
Last edited by Sean Pickett; 02-02-2020 at 07:35 PM.
I personally appreciate that we have this thread and 900+ posts to go before it gets locked especially since we can all expect Coach Cavan…. I mean... "Elbowing" … to bump this thread when UConn wins a game and gets a big bump up to 38th in the PWR. Given his win percentage this season, and that we're at Feb 3rd already, however, it appears we may only be a few more thread bumps before yet another sad season is over in Stores, CT.
2013-14 - 5.04 athletic aid, 9 students receiving aid, cost of aid $183,855
2014-15 - 11.77 athletic aid, 16 students receiving aid, cost of aid $553,335
2015-16 - 17.77 athletic aid, 22 students receiving aid, cost of aid $900,979
2016-17 - 17.87 athletic aid, 25 students receiving aid, cost of aid $1,029,804
2017-18 - 18.43 athletic aid, 25 students receiving aid, cost of aid $1,076,289
Max Letunov with his first NHL goal last night! Tage Thompson and now Max, itís nice to see UConn starting to produce NHL players.
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