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Receive the latest local updates in your inbox Email Privacy policy More Newsletters Getty Images A former women's ice hockey coach at Quinnipiac is suing the Hamden private university and a parent of a former player, claiming school officials wrongfully terminated him on accusations of abuse and the parent made defamatory remarks about him to Quinnipiac's student television station. Seeley also named David Bills in his lawsuit on claims of "defamation libel per senegligent infliction of emotional distress, intentional infliction of emotional distress, tortious interference with contract and tortious interference with business expectancies arising out of defendant Bills' publication of untrue and defamatory statements" about Seeley, according to the lawsuit. Bills was a parent of a former Clarkson University student who played on the women's ice hockey team Seeley coached before coming to Quinnipac, according to the lawsuit. The lawsuit said Bills sent handwritten notes alleging Seeley was abusive to players at Clarkson to Quinnipiac University's student television station Q30 Television, resulting in the publication of an article on its website titled "Former Clarkson players accuse ex-Quinnipiac coach Rick Seeley of abuse.

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Quinnipiac vs Arizona St. DI Men's Ice Hockey Game Summary

The girls really bought in and found a way to keep the pressure on. Quinnipiac got on the board first just 54 seconds in, but the Bobcats did not get to enjoy that led for long, as Bracken scored her first of the season less than 25 seconds later, with the assist going to Rombaut.

With less than a minute to go, a Quinnipiac shot banked off the crossbar and traveled behind Honor, but flew out the other side of the net instead of settling.

Tied at to start the second, it did not take long for the tie to be broken. At , Brekke scored her second collegiate goal and her first since her freshman year.

McClanahan picked up her second point of the weekend, while Falzone got her second point of the season. Determined not to be trailing heading into the third period, Quinnipiac got one back in the 17th minute.

Both teams fought to score the go ahead in the third, making both Honor and Quinnipiac's Abbie Ives work in overdrive.


With neither team being able to solve the goalies, the teams headed to overtime, a first this season for Dartmouth. Just two shots were taken in OT, both by Costa.


The Big Green sophomore's first attempt was saved by Ives, while the second beat her, ending the game with just over a minute to go in the extra period. Dartmouth has a busy week ahead as it goes into a three-game homestand.

First up for the Green will be a Tuesday-night contest against Vermont.

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