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

ACHA Announces W1 Academic All-Americans

The ACHA would like to congratulate the following student-athletes that have achieved the distinguished honor of being an Academic All-American for Women’s Division 1.  In order to be included in this list, the student athlete must be classified as a junior, senior, or grad student on the Spring Eligibility form and have a cumulative 3.5 […]

Three Saints Named ACHA D1 Women’s Hockey Academic All-Americans

From AQSaints.com   Three members of the Aquinas women’s hockey team have been named ACHA D1 Women’s Hockey Academic All-Americans, as announced on Tuesday (June 7). The trio of Anna Castle, Mikayla Oppermann, and Natalie Vaitas garnered the honor after meeting the criteria of being a junior or senior and maintaining at least a 3.50 […]

Yannick Truter a tremendous inspiration for Lady Flames

From Womens Hockey Life By Mark Staffieri   Wearing number seven for the Liberty Lady Flames, Yannick Truter shone brightly for the Liberty Lady Flames. Scoring in the 2022 ACHA D1 National Championship game, a convincing 5-1 triumph versus Nebraska’s Midland Warriors, extending their winning streak to a fantastic 40, it marked a crowning achievement […]

Emel Aichele (F) commits to Utah W1

From University of Utah Hockey   May 24, 2022 Salt Lake City, Utah University of Utah Women’s Division 1 Hockey has received a commitment from Forward Emel Aichele for the upcoming 2022-23 season. Emel’s journey to becoming a collegiate ice hockey player began when she was 7 years old. She started playing roller hockey in […]

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 […]

Adamek achieves personal, team success in first college hockey

From Vancouver Island Free Daily By Justin Samanski-Langille   Zosia Adamek is no stranger to sporting success, but even she was surprised at just how well her freshman season playing Div. 1 collegiate hockey in the U.S. went. Not only did the 19-year-old forward from Langford help her Liberty University Lady Flames capture a fourth […]