Connecticut College Camels

Schedule

Overall: 14-10-2 - Conference: 10-7-1
11/15 vs. Trinity * • L, 7-2 RC
11/16 vs. Wesleyan * • W, 5-2
11/21 at Williams * • L, 2-1 BX P
11/22 at Middlebury * • L, 3-2 BX
11/29 at Utica L, 5-1 BX RC
12/2 vs. Manhattanville L, 4-3 BX RC
12/5 vs. Bowdoin * • W, 3-1 BX
12/6 vs. Colby * • T, 5-5
1/4 at UMass Boston W, 4-1 BX
1/5 vs. Lake Forest T, 1-1 BX P
1/10 vs. Stonehill W, 3-1 BX
1/13 at Saint Anselm • W, 2-1 BX
1/16 at Amherst * • W, 6-4 BX
1/17 at Hamilton * • L, 3-1 BX RC
1/23 at Trinity * • L, 3-1 RC BX
1/24 at Wesleyan * • W, 4-1
1/30 vs. Williams * • W, 3-1 BX
1/31 vs. Middlebury * • W, 3-0 BX
2/6 at Tufts * • W, 2-1 BX
2/7 vs. Tufts * • W, 4-1 BX
2/13 vs. Amherst * • L, 4-0 BX
2/14 vs. Hamilton * • L, 4-2 RC BX
2/20 at Bowdoin * • W, 4-1 BX P
2/21 at Colby * • W, 4-1
2/28 vs. Hamilton W, 4-3 BX RC
3/7 vs. Williams L, 4-2 P RC

(* Conference; • Region)
Overall: 14-10-2 - Conference: 10-7-1
11/15 vs. Trinity * • L, 7-2 RC
11/16 vs. Wesleyan * • W, 5-2
11/21 at Williams * • L, 2-1 BX P
11/22 at Middlebury * • L, 3-2 BX
12/5 vs. Bowdoin * • W, 3-1 BX
12/6 vs. Colby * • T, 5-5
1/16 at Amherst * • W, 6-4 BX
1/17 at Hamilton * • L, 3-1 BX RC
1/23 at Trinity * • L, 3-1 RC BX
1/24 at Wesleyan * • W, 4-1
1/30 vs. Williams * • W, 3-1 BX
1/31 vs. Middlebury * • W, 3-0 BX
2/6 at Tufts * • W, 2-1 BX
2/7 vs. Tufts * • W, 4-1 BX
2/13 vs. Amherst * • L, 4-0 BX
2/14 vs. Hamilton * • L, 4-2 RC BX
2/20 at Bowdoin * • W, 4-1 BX P
2/21 at Colby * • W, 4-1

(* Conference; • Region)

2014-15

Trinity 16-1-1 25-3-1
Amherst 14-4 22-5-2
Williams 10-7-1 16-9-2
Connecticut College 10-7-1 14-10-2
Bowdoin 8-7-3 14-8-3
Hamilton 7-7-4 9-10-6
Middlebury 7-8-3 10-12-3
Tufts 5-11-2 9-15-2
Colby 2-13-3 5-16-3
Wesleyan 2-16 3-21

Past Records

2017-18 (4-16-3, 2-13-3 NESCAC)
2016-17 (10-11-4, 9-5-4 NESCAC)
2015-16 (3-18-3, 0-15-3 NESCAC)
2014-15 (14-10-2, 10-7-1 NESCAC)
2013-14 (9-14-2, 8-9-1 NESCAC)
2012-13 (7-14-3, 3-12-3 NESCAC)
2011-12 (6-15-3, 4-12-2 NESCAC)
2010-11 (7-14-3, 6-12-1 NESCAC)

Team Info

Coach: Jim Ward (Geneseo '85)
Conference: NESCAC

Connecticut College

Camels

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 1736
Location: New London, CT
Colors: Royal Blue, White
Region: East
Arena: Dayton Arena
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

January 16, 2018 D3hockey.com Men's Team of the Week: January 16th For the first time since trimming the honors to six players years ago, we make an exception for a seventh as two goaltenders backstopped NESCAC underdogs to multiple big wins. Add in wins over ranked teams like Buffalo State, Hobart, and UW-Stevens Point, and you have an especially competitive list this week!  Photo: Jeff Lawler, D3photography.com
November 27, 2016 Adrian bites back, Valiants topple SNC, Tourneys abound The Bulldogs avenge a playoff loss with a statement win, No. 1 St. Norbert gets beaten by Manhattanville, Utica loses again, and tournament action across the board highlighted a simply chaotic Saturday. Our action packed wrap is here! Photo: Steve Frommell, D3photography.com
November 24, 2015 2015 PrimeLink ShootOut Preview Concordia-Moorhead claimed the 2014 title but the Cobbers won't be returning to defend it. Instead, it will be Connecticut College that joins perennial participants Middlebury, Norwich and Plattsburgh State.
March 7, 2015 Williams tops Conn College 4-2 to advance to NESCAC title game AMHERST, Mass. – The fourth-seeded Williams College men's ice hockey team used three third period goals to advance past third-seeded Connecticut College, 4-2 in Saturday afternoon's NESCAC Championship semifinal game at Orr Rink.
February 28, 2015 Hamilton men edged in OT at Connecticut Coll. Connecticut College's JC Cangelosi scored a power-play goal at 10:58 of the first sudden-victory overtime period and lifted the Camels to a 4-3 win against the Hamilton College Continentals in a 2015 NESCAC Championship quarterfinal at Conn. College's Dayton Arena on Saturday afternoon.
March 1, 2014 Amherst scores three in 3rd, downs Connecticut College 4-2 AMHERST, Mass. – Three third period goals lifted the second-seeded Amherst men's ice hockey team to a 4-2 win over seventh-seeded Conn. College in NESCAC Quarterfinal action Saturday at Orr Rink.