“This is not going to be Boston College moving to Storrs. This is going to be UConn hockey and that’s what I’m focused on. It’s important that we establish what UConn hockey stands for and that’s what I expressed to the players. I expressed that this is going to be a partnership. It’s not a one-way street. Whatever you’re in, it has to be a partnership to succeed.”
UConn has grown into an NCAA power in a handful of sports, even outside of women’s and men’s basketball.
“The number of national championships, not only in basketball, but soccer and field hockey shows me that there is a commitment to winning here at UConn, said Cavanaugh.
“My mission here is going to be to graduate players and win championships.”