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    UB hockey teams head to national championships

    Date:03/19/2019   Source:ACHA  

    From UBNow By David J. Hill   As March Madness approaches, two UB teams will be vying for national recognition. Were you thinking men’s and women’s club hockey?   Both squads, which fly largely under the radar due to their non-varsity status, capped stellar regular seasons. As a result, both earned a berth in the American Collegiate Hockey Association’s (ACHA) nati...


    UNC Hockey Raising Money in Hopes of a National Title

    Date:03/19/2019   Source:ACHA  

    From The Mirror By Ben Schleiger   University of Northern Colorado hockey team hosted their fundraiser for nationals March 18 at the Ice Haus.   The Bears will be taking on University of Massachusetts, Trine University and North Carolina State in Plano, Texas.   Going into the tournament the Bears are the second of two auto bids from the West Region playing in Pool A.  ...


    Men's D-II Announce All-Region Teams for 2018-19

    Date:03/19/2019   Source:ACHA  

      TROY, Mich. – (March 19, 2019) – The American Collegiate Hockey Association announced today the 2018-2019 ACHA All-Region Teams, including the Most Valuable Player and Coach of the Year for the Atlantic and South Regions for Men’s Division II, as voted by a committee made of ACHA coaches, General Managers, and League Commissioners.   2018-19 ACHA First Team All-Nor...


    Women's D-I Announces 2018-2019 Regular Season Awards

    Date:03/18/2019   Source:ACHA  

      TROY, Mich. – (March 18, 2019) – The American Collegiate Hockey Association announced today the 2018-2019 regular season awards for Women’s Division I (W1) – All-Athletic, Zoe Harris, Community Playmaker, Off-Ice MVP and Coach of the Year – as voted by a committee of ACHA W1 coaches.   2018-19 ACHA First Team All-Athletic Goaltender ...


    Women's D-II Announces 2018-2019 Regular Season Awards

    Date:03/18/2019   Source:ACHA  

      TROY, Mich. – (March 18, 2019) – The American Collegiate Hockey Association announced today the 2018-2019 regular season awards for Women’s Division II (W2) – All-Athletic, Zoe Harris, Community Playmaker, Off-Ice MVP and Coach of the Year – as voted by a committee of ACHA W2 coaches.   2018-19 ACHA First Team All-Athletic Goaltender ...


    TCU Hockey looks to gain fans as ACHA National Championship comes to North Texas

    Date:03/15/2019   Source:ACHA  

    From FROGS O' WAR/SBNation By Melissa B. Triebwasser   Many TCU Athletics fans may not be aware that there is another program working their way toward national prominence - TCU Club Hockey. The Horned Frogs have been skating since 2012, competing against seven other programs a part of the Texas Collegiate Hockey Conference.   In the coming days, the American Collegiate Hockey As...


    Men’s D-III All-Teams Announced for Atlantic, South Regions

    Date:03/15/2019   Source:ACHA  

    TROY, Mich. – (March 15, 2019) – The American Collegiate Hockey Association announced today the 2018-2019 ACHA All-Region Teams, Most Valuable Player and Coach of the Year for the Atlantic and South Regions for Men’s Division III, as voted by ACHA coaches.   2018-19 ACHA First Team All-Atlantic Region Goaltender Joe Sponenburg Fordham Un...


    Chilliwack’s Michaela Read leads Lindenwood Lynx into hockey nationals

    Date:03/15/2019   Source:ACHA  

    From The Chilliwack Progress By Eric Welsh   Chilliwack’s Michaela Read has enjoyed a successful sophomore season with the Lindenwood Lynx women’s hockey club and will get a chance to play for a national title later this month.   The Lynx have qualified for the American Collegiate Hockey Association Div-1 National Championships, which will take place March 27-31 at the D...


    Nebraska prepares for 2nd national tournament appearance

    Date:03/15/2019   Source:ACHA  

    From The Daily Nebraskan By Michaella Berg   The Husker men’s club hockey team is preparing for its second consecutive D3 club championship tournament. This year’s American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) National Championships will be hosted in Frisco, Texas.   With the team’s recent success, students are beginning to take notice and are attending games more ...


    Nationals Bound: Marian Men’s ACHA Ice Hockey Makes Program History

    Date:03/13/2019   Source:ACHA  

    By Emma Lewandowski, Reporter   This past weekend, the Marian Men’s ACHA Ice Hockey team clinched the (Central) Regional Championship – a win that is historic for the Marian ACHA program, this being the first time in its program history the team has been able to claim the championship. Now, following this regional pair of wins along with their recent reclaiming of the Hap C...


    Opportunities Abound: ACHA Schools Provide More Than Just A Place to Play Hockey

    Date:03/12/2019   Source:ACHA  

    By Jim Smith | Special for USA Hockey   If the American Collegiate Hockey Association were limited to a single hashtag to describe its impact on the game, it would be #Opportunity.   Comprised of 531 teams across five divisions, the ACHA is providing an opportunity for more than 10,000 student athletes to play competitive hockey at colleges and universities in the lower 48 states whi...


    Brouwer’s 60 saves lifts Jamestown past MSU hockey in home finale

    Date:03/11/2019   Source:ACHA  

    From Minot Daily News By Alex Eisen   Badly outshot and outplayed for long stretches, the Jamestown Jimmies (21-12-2) made the most of their opportunities Thursday evening to spoil the final home game for the Minot State men’s hockey team.   Carried by goaltender Tyson Brouwer, who made 60 saves in a standout showing, the No. 16-ranked Jimmies handed the No. 6-ranked Beavers (...


    Springfield to compete for first time ever in Atlantic Regionals

    Date:03/11/2019   Source:ACHA  

    From The Springfield Student By Sam Leventhal   For the first time in the history of Springfield College Ice Hockey, the team earned a bid into the Atlantic Regionals bracket of the ACHA tournament.   Springfield, who assumes the eighth seed, will travel down to West Chester, Penn. and play their first game of the tournament against No. 5 Fordham University on March 9.   &ldq...


    Slippery Rock finishes season as runner-up in CHMA

    Date:03/11/2019   Source:ACHA  

    From The Rocket By Brendan Howe   In heartbreaking fashion, the SRU men’s club hockey team’s season came to a close Sunday in an overtime loss to Robert Morris University in the College Hockey Mid-America (CHMA) championship game.   Overall, the team posted a 22-10-3 record, going 9-4-1 in league play. The team’s offense, led by captain Tommy Kimmick and winger Jam...


    Nominate a Community Hero

    Date:03/08/2019   Source:ACHA  

      HEY ACHA FANS, DO YOU KNOW SOMEONE WHO USES HOCKEY TO IMPROVE LIVES, FOSTER POSITIVE VALUES AND BUILD STRONG, INCLUSIVE COMMUNITIES?   IF SO, NOMINATE THEM FOR THE WILLIE O’REE COMMUNITY HERO AWARD!   VISIT NHL.COM/OREEAWARD TODAY! ...


    Santa Cruz’s Katie Stelling to compete in ice hockey at World University Games

    Date:03/08/2019   Source:ACHA  

    From Santa Cruz Sentinel By Julie Jag   Santa Cruz has been represented on the world stage in almost every sport imaginable, from baseball to big mountain skiing, swimming to skateboarding, deep-water diving to disc golf.   Yet Katie Stelling may be the first Santa Cruzan to put her skills on ice.   Stelling, a 2016 graduate of Santa Cruz High, has been selected to the USA Wo...


    Tetons blown out in season finale; 13-2 against Minot State

    Date:03/08/2019   Source:ACHA  

    From Williston Herald By Robert Brewer   Following 1-1 record in the American Collegiate Hockey Association West Regionals in Tempe, Arizona on March 1 and 2, the Williston State College Tetons took the ice for one final time this year in front of their home fans.   As part of a makeup game due to inclimate weather back in February, the Tetons hosted the Minot State Beavers in the s...


    URI women’s hockey celebrates 20 years of growth, excellence

    Date:03/08/2019   Source:ACHA  

    From URI Today By Laura Poirier   KINGSTON, R.I. – March 5, 2019 — It would be understandable for a college athletic team to boast about reaching the final four in a national championship tournament nine times and earning 10 conference titles during its history.   But the University of Rhode Island’s women’s hockey team has achieved such excellence in just 20...


    HOCKEY VICTORIOUS, TAKES CHAMPIONSHIP

    Date:03/08/2019   Source:ACHA  

    From The Anchor By Megan Grimes   The men’s hockey team played last weekend in the Michigan Collegiate Hockey Conference Championships (UCHC), battling Grand Valley State University on Friday and University of Michigan on Saturday. The team went into the championship with a record full of strong wins at 16-1-1, with one conference loss against Grand Valley in January. The team didn&r...


    Coach Resumes for 2019 ACHA Men's D-II Select Team Now Being Accepted

    Date:03/07/2019   Source:ACHA  

    The American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) announces that the coach selection process is underway for the ACHA Men’s Division-II Select Team.  The ACHA M2 Select Team will compete in the 3rd Annual Student Hockey Challenge, which will be held in Barnaul, Russia from October 1-6, 2019.   Coaches and players will be required to arrive in Albany, New York on September 25, 20...


    2019 ACHA Men's D-II Select Team Player Applications Now Being Accepted

    Date:03/07/2019   Source:ACHA  

    The American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) announces that the player selection process is underway for the ACHA Men’s Division-II Select Team.  The ACHA M2 Select Team will compete in the 3rd Annual Student Hockey Challenge, which will be held in Barnaul, Russia from October 1-6, 2019.   To be considered for the ACHA M2 Select Team, interested student-athletes must 1) sub...


    Lindenwood Enters National Championships as No. 1 Seed for Men's D-I

    Date:03/06/2019   Source:ACHA  

    Lions Seek Fourth Title Overall and Second in Four Seasons; Extend Winning Streak to 9 Games   UNION LAKE, Mich. – (March 6, 2019) – Lindenwood University (27-1-0) swept University of Arkansas (7-0, 2-1) on the road to hold onto the top spot for the fourteenth consecutive week in the 2018-2019 American Collegiate Hockey Association Men’s Division-I Ranking, No. 18.  T...


    Brothers Andrew and Austin Wilk Soak in Experience of Winter World University Games

    Date:03/05/2019   Source:ACHA  

    Andrew & Austin Wilk are both representing the Red, White & Blue at the Winter World University Games, but from two different perspectives - Andrew as an official & Austin as a player. Full story → http://bit.ly/2HdmM4C  #WWUG ...


    Women's D-II Announces Final 2018-19 Rankings, Nationals-bound Teams

    Date:03/05/2019   Source:ACHA  

      TROY, Mich. – (March 5, 2019) – The American Collegiate Hockey Association’s Women’s Division-II (W2) is pleased to announce the eighth and final rankings of the 2018-19 season, including the 12 teams that will compete at the 2019 National Championships in Frisco, Texas later this month.   A total of 401 games were played in W2 this season by 49 teams –...


    U.S. Men's Nat'l Univ. Team Falls to Russia, 3-2

    Date:03/05/2019   Source:ACHA  

    The U.S. Men’s National University Team fell to Russia last night with a final score of 3-2. Kristian Oldham made 47 saves on 50 shots against for #TeamUSA. Full recap → http://bit.ly/2TuIwQ3  #WWUG ...


    BYU hockey falls to USU in regional finals

    Date:03/04/2019   Source:ACHA  

    From The Daily Universe By Natalie Orr   BYU hockey came one step closer to nationals in Tempe, Arizona, as the team shut out Grand Canyon University at the ACHA West Regional Tournament March 1. However, the team fell to USU in the finals, marking the end of record breaking season.   The 2019 season brought drastic changes to BYU hockey, including a new head coach and a 19-9 record...


    UNC Bears headed for national tournament in Dallas area

    Date:03/04/2019   Source:ACHA  

    From Greeley Tribune By Terry Frei   The University of Northern Colorado’s club hockey team is headed to play in the American College Hockey Association’s Division II national tournament on March 22-26 at two arenas in the Dallas area — the StarCenter in Plano and the Dr. Pepper Arena in Frisco.   To raise money for the trip, the Bears are holding a fundraiser on M...


    NYU Hockey Closes out Season With Exciting Overtime Win

    Date:03/04/2019   Source:ACHA  

    From Washington Square News By Bela Kirpalani   The NYU Hockey team ended its regular season with back-to-back home games against the University of Delaware on Friday and Saturday nights. On Friday, the team hosted special guest President Andrew Hamilton, who gingerly stepped onto the red carpet laid out on the ice and walked over to drop the ceremonial puck before the game.   On Fr...


    NC State hockey advances to ACHA National Tournament

    Date:03/04/2019   Source:ACHA  

    From The Technician By Ryan Henkel   The No. 8 NC State hockey team defeated the No. 3 Liberty Flames 4-1 Sunday in Lynchburg, Virginia to book its first-ever trip to the ACHA National Tournament.   The Wolfpack kept its foot on the gas as it dominated play against a Liberty team that was looking for its sixth straight bid to the national tournament.   “We knew we had t...


    On Thin Ice? A spotlight on SLU hockey

    Date:03/02/2019   Source:ACHA  

    From The University News By Sam Glass   It is no secret that St. Louisans are huge hockey (Blues) fans. In a city where folks “bleed blue” hockey is ingrained in the culture. So then where is the collegiate hockey?   There is actually a lot of college hockey in the St. Louis area, just not at the NCAA D1 level.   In the 1970s SLU had a D1 team. The team had an arr...