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    All Four Division Leaders Retain Top Spot in Men's D-II Ranking

    Date:01/17/2019   Source:ACHA  

    Men’s D-II Ranking, No. 7 January 17, 2019   Northeast The first ranking since the Holiday Break in December brought very little change to the seventh ranking of the season for the Northeast.  There were only two games played involving teams in the Northeast.  Clarkson beat Union 6-5 and Army beat Central Connecticut 4-3. The top 11 teams remain the same in this week’...


    Savannah preps for weekend of hockey rivalries

    Date:01/16/2019   Source:ACHA  

    From WSAV.com By Connor DelPrete SAVANNAH, (GA) - Some of the south's most entertaining collegiate club hockey teams will battle it out this weekend in the 20th Annual Savannah Hockey Classic.   The tournament is held at the Savannah Civic Center and the first game starts Friday at 6 p.m. Friday's mezzanine tickets can be bought for $12 and loge tickets cost $16. Saturday's me...


    Lindenwood Maintains No. 1 Spot in Men's D-I Ranking

    Date:01/16/2019   Source:ACHA  

      Lions Games with No. 4 Ohio Postponed Due to Snowstorm   UNION LAKE, Mich. – (January 16, 2019) – Lindenwood University maintains its hold among the top spot in the 2018-2019 American Collegiate Hockey Association Men's Division-I Ranking, No. 11.  The Lions (16-0-0) were set to start 2019 with a home series against No. 4 Ohio University (12-3-3), but Mother Nat...


    Adrian College Continues Streak at No. 1 in Women's D-I Ranking

    Date:01/15/2019   Source:ACHA  

      SOUTH BEND, Ind. – (January 15, 2019) – The top five in the American Collegiate Hockey Association Women's Division-I rankings remain unchanged as Adrian College continued its hold of the top spot in the eighth ranking period of the 2018-19 season. The unbeaten Bulldogs (15-0-1) keep their top spot for the seventh consecutive week as they will as they will take on Robert Mo...


    Steamboat Springs students start team at George Washington University

    Date:01/13/2019   Source:ACHA  

    From Steamboat Pilot & Today By Leah Vann STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Not all athletes pursue competing at the NCAA level, but after spending a lifetime in athletics, some feel a void when they enter college.   George Washington University student Madeline Craig-Scheckman, of Steamboat Springs, had hung up her ice hockey skates after her senior year in high school but missed being part ...


    Eastern Washington team gives players chance to compete, succeed at high level

    Date:01/13/2019   Source:ACHA  

    From The Spokesman-Review By Dan Thompson CHENEY – After this season, goalie Tyler O’Donnell knows that this is about it for his hockey career.   O’Donnell is a senior with the Eastern Washington club program. He isn’t getting paid – he’s the one doing the paying – and won’t be paid to play anywhere else next year.   “I’m ...


    WCCHA Welcomes Gustavus Adolphus, St. John's as Members for 2019-2020 Season

    Date:01/11/2019   Source:ACHA  

      The Western Collegiate Club Hockey Association is excited to announce the addition of Gustavus Adolphus College and St. John's University as full members beginning the 2019-2020 season. Following a competitive membership review, Gustavus Adolphus and St. John's accepted an invitation to join the WCCHA, growing league membership to a record 14 teams. St. John's, based in Colleg...


    Los Alamos to host Outdoor Nuclear Shootout tournament

    Date:01/07/2019   Source:ACHA  

    From Los Alamos Monitor Online By Phil Scherer Los Alamos hockey fans will have a great opportunity to see the game played at a high level next weekend, as four college hockey teams invade the Los Alamos County Ice Rink for the Outdoor Nuclear Shootout.   The University of New Mexico, Dallas Baptist University, Nebraska University and Northern Arizona University will take part in the even...


    Mauro leading ACHA Division I hockey in scoring

    Date:01/07/2019   Source:ACHA  

    From TribLive By Jerin Steele A couple of weeks into the season, Jamie Mauro said Slippery Rock hockey coach Dave Grimm broke the news to him that he was leading all of ACHA Division I in scoring.   Since then curiosity has got to Mauro, so he checks the ACHA website every now and then to see if he’s still leading.   Every time he’s looked at the list he’s seen hi...


    Hayward, Syracuse aiming high

    Date:01/07/2019   Source:ACHA  

    From The Brattleboro Reformer By Peter Hayward and Cory Berberian BRATTLEBORO — Peter-Owen Hayward, of Brattleboro, is helping lead the Syracuse University men's hockey team, 10-5-1, toward new heights in 2018-19. As they start the second half of their season, SU is ranked No. 14 in the country among the American College Hockey Association's (ACHA) Division 1 teams — it's...


    Bishop’s women’s hockey hopes to join the big leagues

    Date:12/28/2018   Source:ACHA  

    From Sherbrooke Record By Emilie Hackett The Bishop’s University women’s hockey team has clinched the number one spot in the ACHA (American Collegiate Hockey Association) league in the second division, and they do not plan to stop there. The team, only two years young, has requested to transition into U Sports, Canada’s official interuniversity sport’s association, in th...


    Waselenchuk finds home in cold climes

    Date:12/28/2018   Source:ACHA  

    From Tri-City News By Mario Bartel   The weather for Minot, N.D. is forecast to be -6 C, with snow expected on Thursday, but Wyatt Waselenchuk has found his comfort zone.   The former goalie for the Port Moody Panthers of the Pacific Junior Hockey League has settled into a coaching gig at Minot State University after bouncing around various junior programs that included two stops wi...


    HOLIDAY NEWSLETTER FROM THE ACHA

    Date:12/21/2018   Source:ACHA  

    The ACHA wishes you and your loved ones good health, peace, joy and prosperity this holiday season and all seasons to come. CLICK HERE read the Holiday Newsletter to ACHA Membership from ACHA Executive Director, Craig Barnett.       ...


    Men's D-III Announce Final Rankings for 2018

    Date:12/20/2018   Source:ACHA  

      SOUTH REGION   NORTH REGION   1 Florida Gulf Coast University   1 University of Michigan   2 University of South Florida   2 Sault College   3 University of Tampa   3 Hope College   4 University of Mississippi   4 Grand Valley State Uni...


    Men's D-II Ranking Caps 2018 with Same Leaders Despite Central Division Stir

    Date:12/20/2018   Source:ACHA  

      Southeast The Southeast top ten teams continue to stay the same, with the only changes being Liberty and Miami flipping spots and NC State and Delaware swapping places.  With FGCU and Penn State continuing to have a lock on the top two spots, Cincinnati has emerged from the pack as the clear cut #3 at the semester break.  With the potential for a wild card spot to be open in the...


    TSCHL Shake Up for 2019-2020 Season

    Date:12/18/2018   Source:ACHA  

    From TSCHLHockey.com: The make-up of the Tri-State Collegiate Hockey League will look a bit different for the 2019-2020 season.  The league will feature eight teams, playing in two divisions.  Indiana University will compete within the TSCHL for the first time, while the Universities of Cincinnati and Pittsburgh will depart the league and move to ACHA DII Independent.  All eight te...


    Montana State (D2) hockey drops series to country’s top team

    Date:12/14/2018   Source:ACHA  

    Photo courtesy: MSU Hockey By Merrick Parnell | Special to the Chronicle Montana State faced a tough test against the nation’s No. 1-ranked University of Mary (N.D.) in American Collegiate Hockey Association action last weekend. On Friday, after a quick Mary power-play goal, the Bobcats answered with an equalizer from captain Luke Bing. The Bobcats stayed with the Marauders for most of t...


    Men's D-III Leaders Keep Lock on Top Spot in Rankings

    Date:12/13/2018   Source:ACHA  

        SOUTH REGION     NORTH REGION   Team     Team 1    Florida Gulf Coast University   1   University of Michigan 2   University of South Florida   2   Sault College 3   University of Tampa   3   Hope College ...


    All Four Division Leaders Maintain Top Spot in Men's D-II Ranking

    Date:12/13/2018   Source:ACHA  

    Northeast #1 UMass-Amherst made the long trip to Fort Myers for a clash of the Titans to take on the best team in the Southeast #1 Florida Gulf Coast. They lost both games (5-3 and 3-2) but they were battles.  In the end both teams remain at the top of their regions.  The surprise of the week end came from #29 Bryant that upset #6 Northeastern 1-0 and lost 3-2 to #3 Boston College. &nbs...


    Lindenwood Continues Streak, Heads into 2019 as No.1 in Men's D-I

    Date:12/12/2018   Source:ACHA  

    Lions Head Into 2019 With Perfect Record   UNION LAKE, Mich. – (December 12, 2018) – Lindenwood University maintains its hold among the top spot in the 2018-2019 American Collegiate Hockey Association Men's Division-I Ranking, No. 10.  The Lions have capped 2018, finishing the first semester with a perfect 16-0-0 record.   The University of Michigan-Dearborn (8-0...


    Top 15 teams remain unchanged in Women's D-I ranking

    Date:12/11/2018   Source:ACHA  

      SOUTH BEND, Ind. – (December 11, 2018) – The top 15 of the American Collegiate Hockey Association Women's Division-I rankings remain unchanged as Adrian College continued its hold of the top spot in the seventh ranking period of the 2018-2019 season. The unbeaten Bulldogs (15-0-1) keep their top spot for a sixth consecutive week after sweeping Grand Valley State University ...


    ACHA Announces Host Hotels for 2019 National Tournament

    Date:12/11/2018   Source:ACHA  

    The ACHA is working with a booking group called National Travel Systems (NTS) for the 2019 ACHA National Tournament. NTS specializes in large events for the Frisco, TX area and are able to offer special deals for teams, families and fans coming into the Frisco area for the tournament. For all hotel information and booking details - CLICK HERE ...


    Bradley hockey reaches 50th anniversary

    Date:12/10/2018   Source:ACHA  

    From The Peoria Journal Star By Dave Eminian   Bradley University doesn’t get a lot of attention for its hockey.   Or any, really.   But the university’s club hockey team has reached a big milestone, as the 2018-19 season is its 50th anniversary.   “It goes back to an era where Pete BardezBanian and Mark Olson (both Peoria Rivermen Hall of Fame member...


    A Very Successful Season Underway for Marian

    Date:12/08/2018   Source:ACHA  

    From The Sabre Voice By Gracie Thies   The Marian University ACHA Hockey program has definitely turned on the jets this season. Marian students have been filling the stands to come see the team get a win. The team is currently ranked #1 in the Central Region and has a 18-1-1 record. They have without a doubt come to play in every single game this season.   Some of the noticeable sen...


    UNC Hockey First in the West… Sort of

    Date:12/07/2018   Source:ACHA  

    From The Mirror By Ben Schleiger   The University of Northern Colorado club hockey team is off to one of its best starts ever.   This year could be even better than last year, but there is still a little under half of the season to be played.   At this point in the season, the Bears are (16-1-2) or won 16 games, lost one and tied twice.   UNC is on track to win the Big...


    IUP ready for Hockey Fights Cancer Night

    Date:12/07/2018   Source:ACHA  

    From The Penn By Seth Woolcock   Giving back.   That will be the theme Friday as the IUP Division III Crimson Hawks hockey team hosts the Salisbury Gulls for their first ever Hockey Fights Cancer Night.   The game, taking place at the White Township Recreation S&T Arena at 8:10 p.m., will have all of its proceeds donated to the Mario Lemieux Foundation.   The Mario...


    From the Little Things to the Big Wins

    Date:12/07/2018   Source:ACHA  

    From The Post By Matt Parker   Sean Hogan sat in his office with his eyes stuck on the two monitors atop his desk. The sounds of an instrumental version of “Silent Night” whispered throughout the chilly room in Bird Arena.   On one screen was a laundry list of unopened emails, on the other, a Google search of daycares for his newborn son, Mack.   As he rubbed his ...


    Goaltender Ciurro proves why he belongs on the ice

    Date:12/07/2018   Source:ACHA  

    From The Daily Wildcat By Maury Urcadez   It’s a bird. It’s a plane. No, it’s Arizona’s hockey goaltender Anthony Ciurro saving the day.   The No. 16-ranked UA hockey team faced their arch rival the No. 25 ASU Sun Devils on Friday, Nov. 30 and Saturday, Dec. 1st at the Tucson Convention Center. The Wildcats came out of on top in both games with dominant perfo...


    Ice Bears round out road trip, head home for 2019

    Date:12/07/2018   Source:ACHA  

    From The Standard By Kyle Derringer   The Missouri State Ice Bears completed an eight-game road stretch Dec. 1 with a sweep of Arkansas, and they ended the stretch with a 5-3 record.   To begin the road escapade, the Ice Bears started ranked No. 9 in the American Collegiate Hockey Association polls.   The road stretch included many stops, but the stretch began in Illinois wit...


    Montana State splits hockey doubleheader at Eastern Washington

    Date:12/07/2018   Source:ACHA  

    From MontanaSports.com By Merrick Parnell, Northern Hockey News)   CHENEY, Wash. — Montana State resumed its hockey season after the Thanksgiving break with a two-game series against Eastern Washington, another top-10-ranked team in the American Collegiate Hockey Association West region.   On Friday, the Bobcats clipped the Eagles 4-2, with four different Bobcat skaters nettin...