Ranked teams continue to fall and it happened in flashy fashion on Friday night as the top two ranked men's teams, St. Norbert and Endicott, both went down. But they weren't alone as three other ranked clubs fell and two others escaped with ties. Find out who turned the upsets in our rapid-fire Friday rewind.
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Monday might not be a traditional hotbed of Division III hockey action, but it was today as UW-Eau Claire's Elizabeth Bauer scored with just 10.7 seconds remaining to lift the Blugolds to a 3-2 win over 4th-ranked Adrian. Check the video out right here...
The Hamline men and women have moved into a new arena with high-level ties. The Pipers will now play their home games at the TRIA Rink at Treasure Island Center, the new practice facility of the Minnesota Wild.
Three men's teams started the night unbeaten and now just one is left standing. Which of No. 1 St. Norbert, No. 3 Trinity and No. 13 Williams survived? Take a read and find out...
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It's in with the new this week, as most of our honorees in this week's D3hockey.com Women's Team of the Week make the list for the first time this year, and for some, the first time ever. Photo: Caleb Williams, D3photography.com
The Hockey Referee Assigning Organization, which handles most eastern Division III official assignments, will be represented by three officials chosen by the IIHF at the upcoming Olympics in South Korea
The season rolled on Friday night on and not a lot was settled as a SUNYAC showdown ended in a stalemate and it was a dangerous night to be a ranked team as five of them fell -- four of which happened to be from the West Region. Elsewhere, there were overtime games...and ties...galore and the Middlebury women asserted themselves in the NESCAC. Catch the details of all those and more in the Friday wrap.
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The man who helped take the Green Knights from the unblemished ranks, two members of the 9-1 Beacons, plus players from Utica, Plattsburgh, and Marian make this week's D3hockey.com Men's Team of the Week!
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The UNO Classic took center stage this weekend, and this week's team of the week reflects the level of competition in New York's North Country, as five out of six honorees are from the four tournament teams who are still ranked in this week's D3hockey.com Women's Top 10.
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The Soaring Eagles top Plattsburgh for the UNO crown, Adrian bounces back against Middlebury, Hamilton's women are topped by Utica in shutout fashion, and the Beacon men are now 9-1. A quick look at the Sunday's highlights is just ahead.
Photo: Gabe Dickens, Plattsburgh State
The most notable men's Thanksgiving weekend returns as Middlebury will play host to the 20th edition of the event. Tournament staples Norwich, Middlebury and Plattsburgh State will all be on hand as usual, while this year a fresh face joins the fray as Lawrence heads east for what will be its first PrimeLink appearance
New name, same old tournament as Plattsburgh hosts the top women's holiday tournament of the year. This year, four of the top six ranked teams will be in action as No. 3 Elmira, No. 4 Adrian and No. 6 Middlebury join the second-ranked Cardinals. Topping it all off, the weekend opens with a rematch of last year's NCAA title game thriller between Plattsburgh and Adrian. Photo: d3photography.com
Managing Editor Ray Biggs explores sleeper teams for the upcoming season that could surprise you, along with some others who may quickly re-emerge as NCAA contenders.
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Marian University has announced the departure of men's head coach Lincoln Nguyen to an undisclosed Division I position, and simultaneously announced the return of former assistant Zach Gaynor as Head Coach.
What has been a long wait for an automatic bid amongst the former ECAC West membership, may possibly become a year longer after an NCAA committee denied a time waiver request from the UCHC that would have permitted the league to get into Pool A in Fall 2018 as originally scheduled.
Wilkes University will have to wait a bit longer to see hockey. The Northeast Pennsylvania school announced it will have to delay women's hockey from this season to next, mirroring the launch schedule for their men's program.
The question of who would replace Chris Brooks at Stevens Point turns out to be a short-lived one, as the school announced the promotion of associate coach Tyler Krueger to interim head coach for the upcoming season.
An entire line signs in the NWHL, the development camp news you heard, and maybe didn't hear about, a gaggle of Division III talent meets in the finals at the Maccabiah games, and more as Ray Biggs brings you up to speed on more items.
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