Penn State Ice Pavilion
Location University Park, Pennsylvania
Opened 1980
Owner Pennsylvania State University
Operator Intercollegiate Athletics' Recreational Services
Surface 200' x 85'
Tenants Penn State Nittany Lions
(men's and women's ice hockey)
Capacity 1,350 (hockey)

The Penn State Ice Pavilion is an 1,350-seat ice arena on the campus of The Pennsylvania State University located in University Park, Pennsylvania.[1] The ice arena includes an NHL regulation sized 200' x 85' ice sheet as well as a 45' x 55' studio ice sheet.[2]

The Ice Pavilion is home to the Penn State Nittany Lions men's and women's ice hockey teams, also known as the Icers. The men's team competes at the ACHA Division I level in the Eastern States Collegiate Hockey League; while the women's team competes at ACHA Women's Division I level in the Eastern Collegiate Women's Hockey League. PSU also fields a second men's team at the ACHA Division II level in the Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Hockey Association. The facility is also home to the Penn State Figure Skating Club, hockey and is used local high school and youth hockey, figure skating, broomball Penn State University Physical Education classes, and public skating.[3][4]

New ArenaEdit

Main article: Pegula Ice Arena

Reports associated with the men's and women's ice hockey teams moving to the NCAA Division I level also include plans for the university to construct an $80 million 5,000-6,000 seat ice arena for the teams.[5] Plans include the Division I teams playing in the current Ice Pavilion for a season until the new (unnamed) arena is complete[6] The planned location for the new building is adjacent to the Bryce Jordan Center, used for Nittany Lions basketball.[7]


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