Here’s one last round of congratulations to the college hockey champions in the five divisions covered here at Balladeer’s Blog.
NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) DIVISION THREE
National Champions: SAINT NORBERT COLLEGE GREEN KNIGHTS (3rd title in last 4 years)
Runners-up: UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN- STEVENS POINT POINTERS
2013 Champions: UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN- EAU CLAIRE BLUGOLDS
ACHA (American Collegiate Hockey Association) DIVISION ONE
National Champions: ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY SUN DEVILS
Runners-up: ROBERT MORRIS (IL) UNIVERSITY EAGLES
2013 Champions: MINOT STATE UNIVERSITY BEAVERS Continue reading
St Norbert College
Among the smorgasborg of college football games today in the divisions covered by Balladeer’s Blog the St Norbert College Green Knights (logo at left) will be in Dublin, Ireland to take on the John Carroll Blue Streaks, the team the NFL’s London Fletcher played his college ball for.
That game is being played in advance of Saturday’s Dublin matchup between Notre Dame and Navy. Other games on the slate for today will pit D3’s defending champion Whitewater Warhawks against the Washington (MO) Bears, the McDaniel Green Terror against the Catholic Cardinals and the Anna Maria Amcats against the Worcester State Lancers.
The NAIA and NJCAA have tonight off but NCAA Division 2 teams will see action, including the Upper Iowa Peacocks, the Continue reading
Well, since it’s the 7th of the month I’ll take a quick look at the Top 7 teams in NCAA Division 3 hockey. (The NAIA has no hockey league, so their participating colleges and universities play in the ACHA. I’ll be adding ACHA coverage soon).
1. NORWICH CADETS – The Norwich Cadets made the D3 Frozen Four during last year’s playoffs and as you can see they are now at the top of the rankings. Record: 8-0-1
2. OSWEGO STATE LAKERS – The Lakers spent some time in the number 1 spot last season and in a Continue reading
The Saint Norbert College Green Knights (love that name) brought home their 2nd D3 college hockey championship by defeating the Adrian Bulldogs 4-3. The teams alternated goals throughout this exciting game, with a Green Knight power play goal from Nick Tabisz early in the 3rd Period proving to be the game-winner. Goaltender B.J. O’Brien stopped 17 shots on goal and was named the Frozen Four’s Most Outstanding Player for the 2nd year in a row. The Green Knights, who led the nation in Continue reading