Friday, February 26, 2016

Sue Ring-Jarvi opened doors (and skated through them) as a pioneer of women's hockey in Minnesota

Sue Ring-Jarvi fell in love with hockey as a post-graduate student at the University of Minnesota and helped establish a women's club team in the late 1970s. Eventually, that morphed into a highly successful national varsity program. She went on to become a coach and hockey official and is credited with being a pioneer of the female game in her state at every level. Plus, she's still a die-hard player on a serious club team. My story on her for ESPNW's Weekend Warriors series:

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