Title

A decade and a half after the University of Maine caught the national hockey cra

Authors

Chris Hyde

Source

Biz

Date

6-1-1997

Pages

1, 12, 14

Abstract

A decade and a half after the University of Maine caught the national hockey craze and skyrocketed in popularity, it has been forced to spend $620,000 to defend itself against violations charged by the NCAA and uncovered by a Biz magazine investigation. Of 71 violations at the school, 60 concerned hockey. UMaine hockey, which only became a varsity sport in 1978, can trace its popularity to coach Shawn Walsh. Details.

Subjects

Actions and defenses, Hockey, University of Maine Orono Athletics

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