June 29, 2022 ACHA Update from Executive Director Craig Barnett

June 29, 2022 – ACHA Executive Director Craig Barnett provides an update for all ACHA members regarding the upcoming Declaration process for the 2022-2023 season, a recap of the 2022 ACHA Annual Meeting, and a quick heads up for the 2023 Annual Meeting dates! CLICK HERE FOR THE VIDEO

Ryan Pinho Named ACHA Men’s D3 Captain for the 2022-23 Season

From AdrianBulldogs.com   ADRIAN, Mich.– Adrian College’s American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) Division 3 men’s program is proud to announce that forward Ryan Pinho (Novi, MI/Novi HS, MHSAA) has been named team captain for the 2022-23 season. He served as an alternate captain in 2021-22. The 5-foot-10, 155-pound Michigander has been a vital part of […]

Big Rapids hockey player to take the next step

From Big Rapids Pioneer By John Raffel   BIG RAPIDS — Zach Jones had planned on attending Lake Superior State University to pursue a degree in fisheries and wildlife. But hockey has come into play. Jones was introduced at a signing program on Monday at BRHS for his plans to play club hockey at Lake […]

Larry Taylor steps down as M3 Nebraska’s Head Coach

From Nebraska Hockey By Mary Fuller   Larry Taylor is stepping down as head coach of the M3 University of Nebraska Men’s hockey team. Coach Taylor has been the Husker’s head coach since 2005, developing the program into one of the ACHA’s top teams during his tenure. He has led the team to numerous M3 […]

Pitt-Johnstown Ice Cats big recruiting class has local presence

From The Tribune Democrat By Mike Mastovich   JOHNSTOWN, Pa. – This past season, Dave Layman and his coaching staff contended with low numbers, as the Pitt-Johns- town Ice Cats club hockey team regrouped following heavy turnover to graduation two years ago and the pandemic’s wiping out the 2020-21 schedule. The Ice Cats took a […]

Another Trip Down Memory Lane

From StateCollege.com By Joe Battista   Ah, the memories. They’ve had a little more meaning for my wife and me lately. With each passing week the reality is setting in that in just a few months State College will no longer be our primary place of residency. We have called Happy Valley our home for […]