“I had never been on a trip like this before,” said Kell, who was a member of the American Collegiate Hockey Association national team that toured eastern Europe for two weeks and played five games against foreign competition earlier this year. “This trip to Europe was all about cultural experiences. I learned so much while abroad. It was half hockey, half cultural education."
Tribe Hockey players chose William and Mary for academics. They play for love of the game, although the club has had its share of success in 30 years including winning the BRHC title in 2011, and boasts some on-campus appeal — President Taylor Reveley has made it a point to attend a game the last several seasons.
Tribe Hockey players helped setup, staff, and take down down exhibits at Williamsburg’s An Occasion for the Arts, the area’s premier art and music festival extravaganza.