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WELCOME WOMEN'S ICE HOCKEY FANS
Quinnipiac University is proud to host the 2014 NCAA® Division I Women's Ice Hockey Championship. NCAA Women's Frozen Four games will be played on Mar. 21 with the National Championship Game played on Mar. 23 at Quinnipiac's High Point Solutions Arena at the TD Bank Sports Center in Hamden, Conn.
TD Bank Sports
The TD Bank Sports Center is a 185,000-square-foot facility with basketball and hockey arenas joined by a common lobby area and university club. This includes: offices, locker rooms, club and premium seating, conference and meeting rooms, storage and weight-training facilities.
From New York City (via I-95)
Take I-95 North to I-91 North via Exit 48 (left exit). Take Exit 10 (Route 40 connector). Follow approximately 3 miles to its end and turn Right onto Route 10 North (Whitney Avenue). Proceed for 0.75 miles and turn left onto Sherman Avenue. The entrance to the York Hill campus is 0.25 miles on the right.
Take Hutchinson Parkway (becomes Merritt Parkway) to Exit 61 Route 10 North (Whitney Avenue). Turn Right onto Route 10. Proceed for 2.7 miles and turn left onto Sherman Avenue. The entrance to York Hill campus is 0.25 miles on the right.
Take I-91 South to Exit 10 (Route 40 connector). Follow approximately 3 miles to its end and turn Right onto Route 10 North (Whitney Avenue). Proceed for 0.75 miles and turn left onto Sherman Avenue. The entrance to the York Hill campus is 0.25 miles on the right.
Take I-95 South to I-91 North via Exit 48. Take Exit 10 (Route 40 connector). Follow approximately 3 miles to its end and turn Right onto Route 10 North (Whitney Avenue). Proceed for 0.75 miles and turn left onto Sherman Avenue. The entrance to the York Hill campus is 0.25 miles on the right.
From Western Connecticut/Upper New York State
Take I-84 East to Exit 26. Bear Right at end of exit onto Route 70 (Waterbury Road) towards Cheshire. Continue on Route 70 to Route 10 South. Follow for about 6 miles and turn Right onto Sherman Avenue. The entrance to the York Hill campus is 0.25 miles on the right.
|Recommended Restaurants For Fans|
|2392 Whitney Avenue||203-287-1101|
|4133 Whitney Avenue||203-248-5720|
|3931 Whitney Avenue||203-230-4640|
|249 State Street||203-281-5411|
|Recommended Hotels For Fans|
|Clarion Hotel||2260 Whitney Avenue||203-288-3831|
|Other Hamden Restaurants|
|Applebee's||2400 Dixwell Avenue||203-288-8521|
|Chilis||2100 Dixwell Avenue||203-248-2283|
|Dunkin Donuts||3300 Whitney Avenue||203-287-5442|
|Primo Pizza||3000 Whitney Avenue||203-288-3200|
|Sergio’s||3860 Whitney Avenue||203-248-2564|
|Subway||3450 Whitney Avenue||203-230-9299|
|TGI Friday’s||2335 Dixwell Avenue||203-407-0111|
|Tonino’s Pizza||3480 Whitney Avenue||203-248-8846|
The Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce
The Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce works to shape public policy and foster growth in the business community. We offer a wide range of business management tools including educational seminars, networking, health insurance, sales leads and information on legislative agenda. Serving Bethany, Branford,Cheshire, East Haven, Guilford, Hamden, Madison, Milford, New Haven, North Branford, North Haven, Orange,Wallingford, West Haven, and Woodbridge.
From hiking trails to beaches, the Greater New Haven area is a wonderful area for the nature and sports enthusiast. The Sleeping Giant State Park, West Rock Ridge State Park, and East Rock Park, and the Shoreline Greenway Trail provide great trails for both the amateur and expert hiker.
In addition to great trails, the Greater New Haven area is host to a variety of beaches and state parks. Hammonasset Beach State Park in Madison is a popular camping site and provides a host of outdoor activities. Lighthouse Point Park is another New Haven staple. Originally Five Mile Point Light (New Haven Harbor) Lighthouse guided ships for 73 years until its retirement. The Lighthouse Structure is still standing and is open for tours. Groups are brought up to the top of the Lighthouse and can see views of the park, the city of New Haven, and views of Long Island Sound.
The Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce Sports
The Sports Council monitors the professional and college-level sports offerings in the region, assists with marketing, and hosts several sports-focused events each year. This group of enthusiastic volunteers closely monitors the key role sports play in the economy. The Sports Council meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month. For details, contact Elizabeth Herlihy, 203-782-4372.
The mission of Visit New Haven is to promote the Greater New Haven region as an ideal leisure and business destination to the regional, national, and international markets in order to favorably impact the regional economy. Specifically, the goal of Visit New Haven is to generate overnight business at hotels, motels or bed & breakfasts in the region, which in turn will increase business at restaurants, attractions, shops and other retail establishments, thereby enhancing the economic fabric of the region. We focus on attracting leisure travelers, motorcoach tours, meetings and conferences, major sporting events and tournaments and film productions.
- Dining Options In Hamden, Conn. (courtesy of VisitNewHaven.com)
- 2013-14 Greater New Haven Cultural & Visitors Guide (courtesy of visitnewhaven.com)
- New Haven Dining Guide (courtesy of VisitNewHaven.com)
- New Haven Transportation Guide (courtest of VisitNewHaven.Com)
- $25.00- adult
- $18- adult group ticket
- $8- youth/senior (ages 2-12/ 65+)
- $5- youth/senior group ticket
- $5- student
Early Bird All Session (Sept. 19- November 1)
- $18- Adult
- $4- youth/senior
- $4- student
- $15.00 Adult (Aged 13-64)
- $5.00 Youth (Aged 3-12)
- $5.00 Senior (Aged 65+)
- $3.00 College Student
Group (Must purchase 15+ tickets)
- $10.00 Adult
- $3.00 Youth/Senior
Schedule of Events
Friday, March 21
- Semifinal Game 1, 5 p.m.
- Semifinal Game 2, 8 p.m.
Sunday, March 23
- Championship Game, 3 p.m.
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