Now celebrating its 23rd season of existence, the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) is an organization of over 415 college and university affiliated programs, which provides structure, regulates operations and promotes the quality of collegiate ice hockey. The ACHA has been a long time member of USA Hockey and all teams and players registered with the ACHA receive USA Hockey player benefits and services. The ACHA's primary mission is to support the growth and development of collegiate hockey programs nationwide. The ACHA identifies standards, which serve to unite and regulate teams at the collegiate level. The ACHA emphasizes academic performance, institutional sanction, eligibility criteria, standards of play and opportunities for national competition. The ACHA promotes all aspects of collegiate hockey, stressing the personal development of individual athletes, as well as national recognition for member organizations.
Congratulations to all five of the 2014 ACHA National Champions.
MDI - Arizona State 3-1 Robert Morris, IL
MDII - University of New Hampshire 5-3 Florida Gulf Coast University
MDIII - Adrian College 1-0 Hope College
WDI - Miami 3-1 University of Massachusetts
WDII - Iowa State 1-0 Penn State University
Congratulations to the 2014 ACHA coaches of the year.
Men's Division 1 - Greg Powers of Arizona State
Men's Division 2 - Steve McIssac of University of New Hampshire
Men's Division 3 -
Women's Division 1 - Scott Hicks of Miami University
Women's Division 2 - Patrick Fung of Penn State University