Mason-Dixon Collegiate Hockey Association
Established 1991
Members 9
Sport ACHA Division III Club Hockey
Region Mid-atlantic
States 3 - Pennsylvania, Maryland, Washington DC
Commissioner Michael Hinkle

The Mason-Dixon Collegiate Hockey Association (MDCHA) is a ACHA Division III club ice hockey league that comprises smaller colleges and universities in the Mid-Atlantic region USA. Division III club hockey offers smaller colleges and universities the opportunity to field competitive hockey teams without the financial burden of higher divisions or NCAA levels.


  • Loyola University Maryland, 2006-07 season's champion, left the conference for the 2007-08 season, while Alvernia University and Bucknell University joined the league[1].
  • Catholic University, 2008-09 season's champion, leaves the conference to join Blue Ridge Hockey Conference[2], while runner-up Alvernia University also moves from MDCHA to the Delaware Valley Collegiate Hockey Conference[3].
  • University of Maryland, College Park club ice hockey joined MDCHA for the 2009-2010 season. This is the second team the University of Maryland has formed. They have a D1 ACHA team, but have enough interest to create a second team that we would like to participate at the D3 ACHA level in the MDCHA[4].

Current Teams Edit

  • American University
  • Dickinson College
  • Gettysburg College
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • Montgomery College
  • Mount St. Mary's University
  • Susquehanna University
  • University of Maryland, College Park
  • Wesley College

Championship gamesEdit

Year Champion Runner-Up Score
2008-09 Catholic University Alvernia University 2-1
2007-08 Gettysburg College Alvernia University 4-3
2006-07 Loyola University Maryland Gettysburg College
2006-05 George Washington University Loyola University Maryland 7-2

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