W1 McKendree Caps-Off East Coast Trip with Back-To-Back Wins

From McKendree Athletics By Patrick Knapinksi   KINGSTON, R.I. – McKendree University women’s hockey earned back-to-back victories on Sunday morning, defeating Rhode Island 4-1 to go 2-1 in its trip to the east coast. The Bearcats Improved to 7-3 with the win. The Bearcats earned a winning record during the east coast road stint with […]

DI Flames keep UNLV on the ropes before falling in final of Chicago Classic, 2-1

From Liberty Club Sports By Ted Allen   Competing in a Chicago Classic chock full of nationally ranked teams, Liberty University’s ACHA Division I men’s hockey team skated evenly with UNLV for the majority of Sunday afternoon’s championship game before falling by a 2-1 final score at Fifth Third Arena, the NHL’s Chicago Blackhawks’ practice […]

Indiana Tech Takes Down Top WHAC Foe

From Indiana Tech Hockey   FORT WAYNE, Ind. – The No. 10-ranked Indiana Tech men’s hockey team defeated the No. 15-ranked Aquinas Saints this past weekend by scores of 4-1 and 6-2. The first contest of the series took place at the Southside Ice Arena in Byron Center, Michigan, which saw the Warriors win 4-1. […]

Women’s Division II Releases First Ranking of 2021-22 Season

Women’s Division II Releases First Ranking of 2021-22 Season   TROY, Mich. – Nov. 19, 2021 – The American Collegiate Hockey Association’s Women’s Division II (W2) today announced the first official rankings the 2021-2022 season. The results are based on games played and reported within the first ranking period that ended on Sunday, Nov. 14, […]

Seawolves bounce back, dominate Syracuse

From Stony Brook Hockey   Stony Brook picked up right where it left off earlier this season in Syracuse, completing a sweep of the teams’ four-game season series with a pair of blowout wins this weekend at The Rinx. The Seawolves and Orange kicked off the 2021-22 campaign against each other in early October, with […]

Spencer Schons gets his work ethic from those closest to him

From The Post By Molly Burchard   Spencer Schons has had many influences throughout his hockey career. However, when asked who helped him the most, Schons has two answers that immediately come to mind. The freshman can trace his love and dedication to hockey back to his father as well as his junior hockey team, […]

Jimmies hockey hope to stop losing streak vs. Waldorf

From Jamestown Sun By Maxwell O’Neill   The No. 10 University of Jamestown hockey team returns home to host Waldorf University at 7 p.m. on Nov. 19 at John L. Wilson Arena. This is the Jimmies’ (5-6-3) first home game since Oct. 30 when they beat Colorado State 5-3. This is the Warriors’ (6-9,4-4) first […]

Frozen following: Colorado Mesa hockey returns to the ice

From The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel By James Burky   In March 2020, a devastated Tim Winegard carried his ice skates into his garage and threw them across the room into a storage shelf. Winegard, coach for the Colorado Mesa club hockey team, was just informed that his team’s season was over because of the […]

Texas Tech hockey team building connections, growth in recognition

From The Daily Toreador By Arianna Flores   The Texas Tech Hockey team is a club sport that many are starting to get recognized on campus. The student-led team was established in 1999 and is part of the American Collegiate Hockey Association, according to the team’s Facebook page. With 18 players, three coaches and three […]

Men’s Division 2 Rankings #2 just released

This week three of the four #1 Ranked teams held onto the top spot in their respective Region.  The only change happened in the Central Region where Lindenwood took over the #1 spot with Iowa dropping to #2.  We had several more teams get ranked in the 2nd Ranking. These rankings include games through November […]