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League News

D2 November Players Of The Month

Posted on Dec 26, 2017

CCWHA NOVEMBER PLAYERS OF THE MONTH – The Central Collegiate Women’s Hockey Association Division 2 presents the three stars of the month. For November 2017, the third star of the month belongs to Erika Gilbert of Adrian College, second star goes to Mary Schimmel of Northern Michigan University, and first star of November is awarded to Jessica Killingback of Central Michigan.


ATL : 12.2-12.3

Posted on Dec 14, 2017

AROUND THE LEAGUE – A recap of the CCWHA teams in action each weekend.


DII – Around The League

Posted on Nov 16, 2017

AROUND THE LEAGUE– A recap of the CCWHA teams in action in each week.


2017 CCWHA Champions!

Posted on Feb 26, 2017

The 2017 CCWHA D2 Tournament Champions are the Northern Michigan Wildcats! This is their 3rd straight visit to the championship game and their 2nd consecutive title. Congratulations Wildcats!



[Photo: Mackenzie Smith]

Championship Preview: ND & NMU

Posted on Feb 26, 2017

SOUTH BEND, IN. – The Division 2 CCWHA championship game features the No. 1 seed, Northern Michigan, against the No. 3 seed, Notre Dame. Puck drop is set for 10:30 am at Compton Family Ice Arena.


ATL : 2.3 – 2.5

Posted on Feb 8, 2017

NORTHERN MICHIGAN/MICHIGAN-FLINT – The Wildcats came to the Lower Peninsula to battle the girls in blue last weekend. With 9-0 and 14-2 wins, Northern picked up the sweep. In the 9-0 win, goals came from Shauna Bates (gwg), Alison Carlson (5), Loren Holfeld, and Sydney Klavon. Mary Schimmel (2), Carlson (2), Holfeld (2), Kendall Turro, Kelsey Weyland, Bates, and Sydney Higgins had the assists in the first win. Devin Christian made 20 saves for the shutout win, while Ella Sinclair fended off 91 of 100 shots on goal for UMF.


ATL : 1.20 – 1.22

Posted on Jan 27, 2017

AQUINAS/NOTRE DAME- The No. 2 and No. 3 teams went head-to-head last weekend, with each team picking up a single win in the split series. Notre Dame would tally the first win, 6-5, while Aquinas picked up win two, 3-1.