The Ohio State women’s hockey team is ranked No. 2 in the nation, the highest point the program has ever reached in the national polls.
After a road sweep against then-No. 2 Minnesota, the Buckeyes are poised to defend their WCHA Final Faceoff title, and make a run at their first-ever national championship.
OSU women’s hockey head coach Nadine Muzerall joins host Tom Orr to discuss her program’s rise from one of the worst in the nation to a national title contender.
What did she learn from her time as a national championship-winning player and assistant coach at Minnesota that has helped her build a powerhouse in Columbus?
How would she like to see the sport of women’s hockey grow in Ohio and across Big Ten country?
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