Warriors, Terps Face Off For Charity

Posted April 6, 2013

Photo by Taylor Lewis

For the second year in a row, the University of Maryland men’s hockey team hosted the USA Warriors Charity Hockey Classic.

On a Sunday morning back in March, the USA Warriors faced the Terps in a skills competition that featured fastest skater/goalie and hardest shot competitions. Maryland won the scrimmage which followed, though the Warriors forced them all the way into a shootout.

At the end of the day, more than $5,000 was raised for both the Warriors organization and VetDogs.

Taylor Lewis

Taylor Lewis

Contributor at Capitals Outsider
Taylor is a journalism student at the University of Maryland, College Park. Though she's covered everything from art to politics, her passion is hockey. Through her work with Capitals Outsider, Taylor has been in the locker rooms of the Washington Capitals and Reading Royals. The Maryland native also contributes to College Hockey News and started an arts and literature publication, The Writers' Bloc, on the College Park campus. A top-five finalist for The Goalie Guild's inaugural Redfield Internship Program, Taylor also enjoys writing creatively. Some of her poems have been published online and in addition to a book about hockey, she is in the process of writing a novel.
Taylor Lewis
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