Podcast by Jaclyn Hawkins
Episode 22: Kacey Bellamy
Olympic gold medalist and eight-time World Champion Kacey Bellamy chats with Jaclyn Hawkins about her pro career, her Olympic experience and her thoughts on who'll win in Beijing.
Episode 21 – Michaela Boyle
This week on the Women's Hockey Life Podcast, host Jaclyn Hawks is joined by Boston College Eagles player Michaela Boyle. Boyle has gone through tons of adversity, between season-ending injuries and having to bounce around college programs. She shares his story and her journey in her career to date.
Episode 20 – Ashley Mouzzon
Co-host Ashley Mouzzon speaks with 2020 Beanpot Hall of Fame Inductee, Boston University alum and AIK player Reagan Rust.
Reagan talks about her recent move from the United States to Sweden, playing with AIK and acclimating to the new culture. She also discusses her journey to BU after playing two years with RIT and making lasting memories in Boston.
Outside of college hockey, Reagan also played a year with the PWHPA and recalls some fun memories of her experience.
Episode 19 – Ellen Tully
Women's Hockey Life co-host Ashley speaks with former hockey photographer and first female to solely own a North American pro hockey team, Ellen Tully. Ellen talks about her long history in hockey and her passion for community and giving back to her hometown of Danville, Illinois.
Ellen also talks about being an owner and building her organization, the Vermilion County Bobcats, from the ground up. She stresses the importance of building resources for her players and staff such as mental health services and tuition assistance.
Episode 18 - Amber Moore
Ashley Mouzzon speaks with Cornell University alum and USA Women's national ball hockey team assistant coach Amber Moore. Ashley speaks with Moore about her playing career, her time with the NWHL's Metropolitan Riveters, overcoming injuries and her newest role as an assistant coach.
Moore also discusses her role outside of hockey in education policy and what fuels that passion to create a better education system for the next generation.