The Washington Capitals and Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation announced Titans Youth Hockey is a 2022-23 beneficiary of the organization’s Capital Impact Fund - Titans Youth Hockey is among five Washington, D.C., area nonprofits that will receive $10,000 each. The organizations were selected by the Capitals based on their missions and impact toward diversity in hockey, as well as on their plans to use the funding to further advance Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the sport.
Titans will use the grant to help recruit more minority players, provide financial aid for players in need, and purchase more ice time that will support programming to develop player skills.
Congratulations to our 10U and 12U Titans CCHL Division III Teams - after a challenging hockey season with COVID-19 rules and scheduling - both teams demonstrated true grit by reaching the playoffs (Seed #2) of the Joe Loschiavo Memorial Cup. Thank you for a great season!
TITANS 10U BLUE SQUIRTS WIN THE 2019 JOE LOSCHIAVO CUP - CCHL DIVISION TITLE
CCHL Cup Division IV Championship Game came down to a Clash of the Titans, our 10U Blue v 10U Silver teams!
Titans Warm Feet Campaign was successful beyond expectation - the Titans donated 517 pairs of new socks for our unhoused neighbors this Thanksgiving. Each donation was received with sincere appreciation by Catholic Charities and the Titans organization is grateful for our community engagement and generosity.
Titans alums and brothers Daniel and Alejandro Nunez, and Titans alum Ashton Kramer, played for Puerto Rico in the 2022 Amerigol Latam Cup in Florida, and were part of the 16U PR team that won the Silver Cup, after defeating Colombia and Argentina but lost the final game versus Mexico. All three Titans led their team in scoring and assists. Ashton, Daniel Jr and Ale, we are so proud of you!
You can watch them here: https://www.amerigolhockey.com/
Please order your reversible jersey and socks at our website. SquadLocker has a discount on team gear (uniform excluded).
Dozens of Titans players and parents gathered at the farm behind Fort Dupont Ice Arena on Monday, Jan 20, for our annual MLK Service day event! They wielded hoes and weeded plant beds, and helped staffers from our nonprofit partner DC Urban Greens prepare for this year's spring planting. DCUG provides produce for residents in DC's food deserts. It was a chilly day, but warm inside the hothouses, and after all the hard work, the Titans-turned-gardeners were treated to Coach Meaux's famous hot nutella crepes. Big thanks to the wonderful staff at DC Urban Greens, and thanks to all the Titans who turned out!