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The Castleton Spartans are a Men's Division III and Women's Division III team in the New England Hockey Conference which was known as ECAC East until 2015. The teams represent Castleton University located in Castleton, Vermont.  The teams play out of the Spartan Arena in Rutland, Vermont, located about a 15-20 minute drive from campus.  The school was renamed from Castleton State College to Castleton University on July 23, 2015.

Men's programEdit

The men's program was established for the 2003-04 season.  The team played an independent schedule for the first season and joined the then ECAC East for the 2004-05 season.  The team suffered through back to back winless seasons to get the program off the ground.  The team reached it first conference tournament in 2006. The team's best season to date was 2010-11 when they finished 2nd in the conference with a 15-3-1 record and a 22-4-1 record overall.  The team reached their first conference final in 2012 when they lost to the Norwich Cadets in the championship game.

Men's Year by Year RecordEdit

Season GP W L T GF GA Pts Finish Conference Tournament GP W L T GF GA
ECAC East Overall Record
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
New England Hockey Conference Overall Record
2015-16
2016-17 18 9 5 4 55 43 22 4th of 9 W, QF 7-2 (Skidmore) L, SF 5-2 (Norwich) 27 11 10 6 76 70

Women's programEdit

The women's program was also established for the 2003-04 season but they played a club schedule for the first season.  The team joined the then ECAC East for the 2004-05 season, playing a partial conference schedule for that first season.  The team made the conference final in 2014 and 2015 losing to the undefeated regular season conference champion Norwich Cadets both years.

DJ Fimiani resigned as head coach on MArch 20, 2017.  Ashley Salerno (Vermont '14) was named head coach on May 9, 2017.

Women's Year by Year RecordEdit

Season GP W L T GF GA Pts Finish Conference Tournament GP W L T GF GA
2003-04 Played a club schedule for season
ECAC East Overall Record
2004-05 11 0 11 0 21 87 0 12th of 12 Did not qualify 25 3 22 0 55 175
2005-06 19 4 15 0 28 101 8 8th of 11 L, QF 11-3 (New England College) 25 7 18 0 46 133
2006-07 19 2 17 0 30 109 4 9th of 11 Did not qualify 25 5 20 0 46 126
2007-08 19 4 11 4 43 57 12 10th of 12 L, QF 5-1 (Mass-Boston) 25 5 16 4 52 81
2008-09 21 6 15 0 31 65 12 10th of 13 L, QF 5-2 (Manhattanville) 26 6 20 0 40 89
2009-10 19 5 13 1 34 75 11 9th of 12 L, QF 5-1 (Norwich) 26 5 20 1 40 107
2010-11 18 3 14 1 20 72 7 10th of 12 L, QF 8-1 (Manhattanville) 26 5 19 2 32 106
2011-12 18 8 8 2 28 38 18 6th of 12 W, QF 3-2 (ot) (Salve Regina) L, SF 5-2 (Norwich) 26 10 14 2 42 64
2012-13 18 6 7 5 41 39 17 6th of 12 L, QF 5-3 (Mass-Boston) 26 9 12 5 60 59
2013-14 17 10 5 2 51 21 22 4th of 12 W, QF 1-0 (Southern Maine) W, SF 5-1 (Salve Regina) L, F 4-0 (Norwich) 27 16 7 4 89 47
2014-15 17 7 8 2 38 43 16 7th of 14 W, QF 2-1 (ot) (Southern Maine) W, SF 3-2 (Salve Regina) L, F 1-0 (Norwich) 28 14 12 2 65 64
New England Hockey Conference Overall Record
2015-16 17 11 5 1 47 34 23 4th of 14 W, QF 3-0 (Plymouth State) L, SF 2-1 (ot) (Mass-Boston) 27 17 8 2 68 52
2016-17 17 7 8 2 38 43 16 7th of 14 L, QF 3-2 (U New England) 26 8 14 4 58 75

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