Fandom

Ice Hockey Wiki

Northern Collegiate Hockey Association

54,177pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Talk0 Share

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.

Northern Collegiate Hockey Association, or NCHA, is a league in NCAA Men's Division III and Women's Division III.

NCHA logo 2013-present

Its men's member teams are:


Team Location Arena
Adrian Bulldogs Adrian, MI Arrington Ice Arena
Aurora Spartans Aurora, IL Fox Valley Ice Arena
Concordia (WI) Falcons Mequon, WI Ozaukee Ice Center
Finlandia Lions Hancock, MI Houghton County Arena
Lake Forest Foresters Lake Forest, IL Alumni Memorial Fieldhouse
Lawrence Vikings Appleton, WI Aplleton Ice Center
Marian Sabres Fond du Lac, WI Blue Line Ice Center
Milwaukee School of Engineering Raiders Milwaukee, WI Kern Center
Northland Lumberjacks Ashland, WI Bay Area Civic Center
St. Norbert Green Knights De Pere, WI Cornerstone Community Center
St. Scholastica Saints Duluth, MN MARS Lakeview Arena
Trine Thunder Angola, IN Thunder Ice Arena


Its women's member teams are:


Team Location Arena
Adrian Bulldogs Adrian, MI Arrington Ice Arena
Aurora Spartans Aurora, IL Fox Valley Ice Arena
Corcordia (WI) Falcons Mequon, WI Ozaukee Ice Center
Finlandia Lions Hancock, MI Houghton County Arena
Lake Forest Foresters Lake Forest, IL Alumni Memorial Fieldhouse
Marian Sabres Fond du Lac, WI Blue Line Ice Center
Northland Lumberjacks Ashland, WI Bay Area Civic Center
St. Norbert Green Knights De Pere, MN Cornerstone Community Center
St. Scholastica Saints Duluth, MN

MARS Lakeview Arena

Trine Thunder Angola, IN Thunder Ice Arena


The Marian Sabres new women's team joined the NCHA for the 2009-10 season. The Adrian Bulldogs women's team, previously independent, joined the same season. Marian's and Adrian's men's teams played in the MCHA with Concordia and Finlandia.

The St. Norbert Green Knights and St. Scholastica Saints started up new women's teams that joined the NCHA for the 2010-2011 season.

The Aurora Spartans joined the men's conference in 2015 after playing as a Division III Independent for the 2014-15 season and as a club level ACHA program in 2012-13 and 2013-14.

On June 14, 2016; the conference announced that they were adding the women's programs for the Aurora Spartans and Northland Lumberjacks to match the men's programs and that Trine University would be added to the conference in men's and women's ice hockey when they begin Division III play.  All four teams will join conference play for the 2017-18 season

Merger with MCHAEdit

The Lake Forest Foresters men's team left the NCHA for the MCHA after the 2008-09 season and returned when the two conferences merged for the 2013-14 season. The merger was started when the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference announced they were going start a men's ice hockey conference beginning with the 2013-14 season, with it's five members that sponsored the sport, all of which played in the NCHA this left the conference with only two remaining members. The Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association at this point had 8 members (5 of which already had women's teams in the NCHA and the other 3 did not have women's programs).

Tie-Break Procedure
Edit

If two or more teams are tied in points at the end of the regular season, ties shall be broken as follows:
1 - Head-to-Head competition
2 - Goal differential in games played between the tied teams only
3 - Goal differential in all NCHA games

Men's Conference Regular Season ChampionsEdit

MCHA

NCHA

Men's Conference Playoff ChampionsEdit

MCHA

NCHA

Women's Conference Regular Season ChampionsEdit

Women's Conference Playoff ChampionsEdit

Men's Conference SeasonsEdit

Women's Conference SeasonsEdit

Also on Fandom

Random Wiki