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The Western Collegiate Hockey Association's women's champions have been:
Championships by seasonEdit
|Season||Regular Season Champion||Tournament Champion||NCAA National Champion||Notes|
|1999-00||Minnesota-Duluth||Minnesota-Duluth||—||Bemidji State, Minnesota, Minnesota-Duluth, Minnesota State, [[Ohio State Buckeyes women's ice hockey||Ohio State]], St. Cloud State and [[Wisconsin Badgers women's ice hockey||Wisconsin]] begin conference play|
|2000-01||Minnesota||Minnesota-Duluth||Minnesota-Duluth||NCAA begins awarding a national championship for women's ice hockey|
|2004-05||Minnesota||Minnesota||Minnesota||North Dakota begins conference play|
|2009-10|| Minnesota &|
|Minnesota-Duluth||Minnesota-Duluth||Minnesota and Minnesota-Duluth were named regular season conference co-champions after finishing tied for first. Minnesota-Duluth got the top seed for the conference tournament.|
Championships by schoolEdit
|School|| Regular Season|
| NCAA National|
|St. Cloud State||0||0||0||—||—||—|
* Minnesota and Minnesota-Duluth were named regular season co-champions in 2010.
Prior to the NCAA establishing a women's ice hockey championship (2000–01 season), the American Women's College Hockey Alliance held a national championship from the 1997–98 season to the 1999–2000 season. Minnesota won the AWCHA championship in 2000.
Location of Women's WCHA tournamentsEdit
- 2000 Bloomington Ice Gardens Bloomington, Minnesota
- 2001 Rochester Recreation Center Rochester, Minnesota
- 2002 Fogerty Arena Blaine, Minnesota
- 2003 Ralph Engelsted Arena Grand Forks, North Dakota
- 2004 Ridder Arena Minneapolis, Minnesota
- 2005 Ridder Arena Minneapolis, Minnesota
- 2006 Ridder Arena Minneapolis, Minnesota
- 2007 Ridder Arena Minneapolis, Minnesota
- 2008 Duluth Entertainment Convention Center Duluth, Minnesota
- 2009 Ridder Arena Minneapolis, Minnesota
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