Such was the case on the weekend, as after its fifth straight goalless loss Friday, the U of M Bisons women’s hockey team found the back of the net Saturday to halt the losing skid at six.
Bison women’s hockey
In a battle for second last in the conference, the herd hosted the University of Regina Cougars for a two-game set. Manitoba failed to score in either contest and was swept at home.With the loss, Manitoba — losers of five straight — now sits last in the conference with seven points through 10 games.
After a rookie season where the Bisons goalie from Langdon, Alta. suited up in just four games as backup to Lauren Taraschuk, the 2019-20 season will be Fargey’s time to shine.
With a pair of national championship appearances in the rear-view, the Bisons welcomed the 2019-20 season with fresh new faces and a two-game sweep at the hand of the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns.
From teams trying to regain former glory to others trying to stave off a fall from grace, there are more than a few stories to watch from the Bisons this year.
After a short stint playing professionally overseas, a veteran Bison is coming home to the Prairies.
Now with the dust settling from a whirlwind of moves in the blue paint there are some questions to be answered.
With multiple international medals, a national championship and numerous individual accolades to her name, Hovi is now a professional champion.
With a 2-0 win over the University of Toronto Varsity Blues Sunday, the U of M Bisons women’s hockey team earned a fifth-place finish at the U Sports national women’s hockey championship.
Typically, when you ask an athlete what other sports they played growing up, you expect to hear about volleyball, basketball or even track — but not barrel racing.