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So far OUIHC President has created 23 blog entries.

Returning Player: Tim Donnison

Name: Tim Donnison College and Degree: St Edmund Hall, DPhil Clinical Medicine Hometown: Dudley, West Midlands, U.K. Position: Forward Most recent hockey experience before coming to Oxford: Played for the University of Warwick during my undergraduate degree and won two divisional titles and a National Championship. Who is your favourite historical figure, and why? A [...]

Returning Player: J.P. Moszynski

Name: J.P. Moszynski College and Degree: Biomedical Engineering Research Assistant Hometown: Victoria, PE, Canada Position: Defense Most recent hockey experience before coming to Oxford: Pick-up, Peewee B Southshore Minor Hockey (1997) Who is your favourite historical figure, and why? Is Hemingway a historical figure? What did you love most about playing for the OUIHC? Practices [...]

Returning Player: Connor Roth

Name: Connor Roth College and Degree: Somerville, Classics (undergrad) Hometown: Washington, DC, USA Position: Defense Most recent hockey experience before coming to Oxford: Hotchkiss Bearcats (USHS-NEPSAC) Who is your favourite historical figure, and why? William Pierre LeCoq, the first person on historical record to describe the game of hockey (in 1799). What did you love most about [...]

Graduating Player: Patrick Thompson

Name: Patrick Thompson College and Degree: St Antony’s ; MSc Migration Studies (humans not birds) Hometown:  Buffalo, New York Position:  Left wing (on almost everything) Most recent hockey experience before coming to Oxford:  assistant captain for St Andrews Typhoons in British University Ice Hockey Association Who is your favourite historical figure, and why? Wolfe Tone [...]

Graduating Player: Kevin Deagle

Name: Kevin Deagle College and Degree: St. Antony’s College | MSc Environmental Change and Management Hometown: Lethbridge, Alberta Position: Forward Most recent hockey experience before coming to Oxford: University of Toronto Varsity Blues (Canadian Interuniversity Sport) Who is your favourite historical figure, and why? John Ware. Born into slavery in South Carolina in 1845, Ware moved [...]

Returning Player: Chris Byrne

Name: Chris Byrne College and Degree: Kellogg College, MSc Evidence-Based Health Care Hometown: Tecumseh, Ontario Position: Center/Right Wing Most recent hockey experience before coming to Oxford: Downtown Men’s Hockey League in Toronto, Canada Who is your favourite historical figure, and why? Tommy Douglas for bringing the first single-payer, universal health care program to Canada. What [...]

Graduating player: Elliot Akama-Garren

Name: Elliot Akama-Garren College and Degree: St. Johns, MRes Clinical Medicine Hometown: Palo Alto, CA Position: Defence Most recent hockey experience before coming to Oxford: MIT Men’s Ice Hockey Who is your favourite historical figure, and why? Winston Churchill, for his oratory skills What did you love most about playing for the OUIHC? My teammates What [...]

Returning player: Eric Budgell

Name: Eric Budgell College and Degree: Alumnus of Linacre College, MSc Global Health Science, 2012 Hometown: London/Burlington, Ontario, Canada Position: Right wing Most recent hockey experience before coming to Oxford: Intramural hockey in undergrad Who is your favourite historical figure, and why? Richard Feynman, for being a great writer and scientist. What did you love [...]

Graduating player: Ilyes Kamoun

Name: Ilyes Kamoun College and Degree: Kellogg, MBA Hometown: Wynnewood, PA USA Position: Forward Most recent hockey experience before coming to Oxford: Boston Stinkysocks League Who is your favourite historical figure, and why? Steve Jobs, for pushing the boundaries of technology and art. What did you love most about playing for the OUIHC? Going on [...]

Oxford vs Cambridge Hockey Alumni’s 2017 Ottawa Cup

Oxford vs Cambridge Hockey Alumni’s 2017 Ottawa Cup On Saturday March 25th at the University of Ottawa, alumni hockey players representing 7 decades of the Oxford and Cambridge University Ice Hockey Clubs came together for the Ottawa Cup. Several family members joined in on each side, forming 3 solid lines per team. The opening puck [...]