5 Consecutive Championship Wins and the Growth of NCAA Ice Hockey - With Katie Delude, Northeastern University Women's Ice Hockey – Ep. 17

Episode 17,   Jun 14, 2022, 07:35 AM

On the line today is Katie Delude. Katie is Head Athletic Trainer at Northeastern University where she works with the women’s ice hockey team who have won five championships in a row since 2018. She talks about the state of college hockey and its future, to ice or not to ice injuries, what is the most useful Firstbeat metric for Katie and how to get the most out of data with teamwork.

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In this episode, we’re chatting with Katie Delude. Katie is Head Athletic Trainer at Northeastern University where she works with the women’s ice hockey team who have won five championships in a row since 2018.

Timestamps:

  • Katie’s background (1:06)
  • Katie’s research projects (4:40)
  • Secret sauce behind Northeastern Ice Hockey’s continuous success (7:35)
  • Adjusting training decisions based on data findings (9:21)
  • Is social media helping or hurting the coaching and rehab field? (11:18)
  • What work aspects does coordinator of care entail? (12:45)
  • Dealing with over half the spots to fill in a roster (15:42)
  • Northeastern’s recruiting focus (16:33)
  • Is it worth icing injuries anymore? (19:30)
  • Quickfire questions (20:36)
  • Changes in Firstbeat utilization between first season and latest season (22:53)
  • Have the coaching staff ever worn a Firstbeat sensor during a game? (25:17)
  • Goalie heart-rate data (27:08)
  • Process of getting heart-rate data to coaches and players (28:33)
  • The future of college hockey (29:44)
  • Getting the most out of the data with teamwork (32:18)
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