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This week, our SU sport spotlight is on the University of Lincoln’s women’s hockey team who on Wednesday, beat Coventry University in their second game of the BUCS season.
Lindum Men’s First Team captain Gary Johnson has described their season so far as “frustrating” after having to settle for a mid-table spot in the North Men’s Hockey League (Division One).
The University of Lincoln Men’s Hockey 1st team beat Hull 4-2 whilst the 2nds produced a dramatic late comeback to draw 3-3.
The University of Lincoln Women’s Hockey 1st team produced a solid performance to beat Hull 5-0 but the 2nd and 3rd teams suffered a pair of defeats.
The University of Lincoln’s Women’s Hockey 1st team fought off the adverse weather conditions to beat Staffordshire 5-0 at the Sports Centre.
It is a Wednesday which means the BUCS league is officially back with a whole host of action on offer.
Lincoln Men’s Hockey progressed to the next round of the cup after a comfortable 6-0 win over Nottingham Trent. They started as they meant to go on when a pass from Lincoln cut the Nottingham Trent defence open for Daniel Schneider who put the ball past the goalkeeper and into the far corner. It wasn’t […]
For most people, nearing the age of 60 normally means their international sporting career is merely a figment of the past. For local hockey player Steve Seymour however, it’s only just beginning.
The men and women’s hockey teams kicked off their campaign yesterday. Dan Baker and Liam Ray report.
The University of Lincoln’s Men’s Hockey Club won their Midlands Conference Cup final against Cambridge on Wednesday, March 13th, 2013. Tom Larken went along.