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The Central Collegiate Hockey Association is a college athletic conference which operates mostly in Michiganmarker and Ohiomarker, although it also has members in Alaskamarker, Indianamarker and Nebraskamarker. It participates in the NCAA's Division I as a hockey-only conference. It holds its championship tournament at the Joe Louis Arenamarker in Detroitmarker, usually in the second week of March.

The CCHA has no women's division.

Locations of current Central Collegiate Hockey Association members.

Membership

Institution City State Nickname Founded Affiliation Enrollment Years active Primary conference
University of Alaska Fairbanksmarker Fairbanksmarker Alaskamarker Nanooks 1917 Public 9,380 1995– Great Northwest (D-II)
Bowling Green State University Bowling Greenmarker Ohiomarker Falcons 1910 Public 20,200 1971– Mid-American
Ferris State Universitymarker Big Rapidsmarker Michiganmarker Bulldogs 1884 Public 13,087 1979– Great Lakes Intercollegiate (D-II)
Lake Superior State University Sault Ste.marker Mariemarker Michiganmarker Lakers 1946 Public 2,907 1972– Great Lakes Intercollegiate (D-II)
Miami Universitymarker Oxfordmarker Ohiomarker RedHawks 1809 Public 15,726 1980– Mid-American
University of Michiganmarker Ann Arbormarker Michiganmarker Wolverines 1817 Public 40,025 1981– Big Ten
Michigan State Universitymarker East Lansingmarker Michiganmarker Spartans 1855 Public 45,166 1981– Big Ten
University of Nebraska at Omahamarker Omahamarker Nebraskamarker Mavericks 1908 Public 14,093 1999–2010 Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association (D-II)
Northern Michigan Universitymarker Marquettemarker Michiganmarker Wildcats 1899 Public 9,400 1977–84, 1997– Great Lakes Intercollegiate (D-II)
University of Notre Damemarker South Bendmarker Indianamarker Fighting Irish 1842 Private/Catholic 11,415 1981–83, 1992– Big East/Independent
Ohio State Universitymarker Columbusmarker Ohiomarker Buckeyes 1870 Public 51,818 1971–73, 1975– Big Ten
Western Michigan Universitymarker Kalamazoomarker Michiganmarker Broncos 1903 Public 26,239 1975– Mid-American
Ohio State is the only member with a varsity women's team; they play in the WCHA.

Former members



With the exception of Michigan Tech, all former members dropped varsity hockey.

The University of Nebraska-Omaha will be joining the WCHA for the 2010-11 season.

Profiles

  • Alaska Nanooks
  • Bowling Green Falcons
    • 5-time CCHA tournament champions (1973, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1988)
    • 7-time CCHA champions (1976, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1987)
    • 1-time NCAA champions (1984)
  • Ferris State Bulldogsmarker
    • 1-time CCHA champions (2003)
  • Lake Superior State Lakers
    • 4-time CCHA tournament champions (1991, 1992, 1993, 1995)
    • 4-time CCHA champions (1974, 1988, 1991, 1996)
    • 3-time NCAA champions (1988, 1992, 1994)
    • 2-time NAIA champions (1972, 1974)
  • Miami RedHawks
    • 2-time CCHA champions (1993, 2006)
  • Michigan Wolverines
    • 8-time CCHA tournament champions (1994, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2008)
    • 9-time CCHA champions (1992, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2008)
    • 9-time NCAA champions (1948, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1955, 1956, 1964, 1996, 1998)
  • Michigan State Spartans
    • 11-time CCHA tournament champions (1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2006)
    • 7-time CCHA champions (1985, 1986, 1989, 1990, 1998, 1999, 2001)
    • 3-time NCAA champions (1966, 1986, 2007)
  • Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks
  • Northern Michigan Wildcatsmarker
    • 2-time CCHA tournament champions (1980, 1981)
    • 2-time CCHA champions (1980, 1981)
    • 1-time NCAA champions (1991)
  • Notre Dame Fighting Irish
    • 2-time CCHA tournament champions (2007, 2009)
    • 2-time CCHA champions (2007, 2009)
  • Ohio State Buckeyes (women compete in Western Collegiate Hockey Association)
    • 2-time CCHA tournament champions (1972, 2004)
    • 1-time CCHA champions (1972)
  • Western Michigan Broncos
    • 1-time CCHA tournament champions (1986)


List of CCHA Champions

  • 1972 Ohio State/Saint Louis
  • 1973 Saint Louis
  • 1974 Lake Superior State/Saint Louis
  • 1975 Saint Louis
  • 1976 Bowling Green
  • 1977 Saint Louis
  • 1978 Bowling Green
  • 1979 Bowling Green
  • 1980 Northern Michigan
  • 1981 Northern Michigan
  • 1982 Bowling Green
  • 1983 Bowling Green
  • 1984 Bowling Green
  • 1985 Michigan State
  • 1986 Michigan State
  • 1987 Bowling Green
  • 1988 Lake Superior State
  • 1989 Michigan State
  • 1990 Michigan State


  • 1991 Lake Superior State
  • 1992 Michigan
  • 1993 Miami
  • 1994 Michigan
  • 1995 Michigan
  • 1996 Lake Superior State/Michigan
  • 1997 Michigan
  • 1998 Michigan State
  • 1999 Michigan State
  • 2000 Michigan
  • 2001 Michigan State
  • 2002 Michigan
  • 2003 Ferris State
  • 2004 Michigan
  • 2005 Michigan
  • 2006 Miami
  • 2007 Notre Dame
  • 2008 Michigan
  • 2009 Notre Dame


Conference arenas

School Hockey Arena Capacity
Alaska Carlson Centermarker 4,500
Bowling Green BGSU Ice Arenamarker 5,000
Ferris State Ewigleben Arena 2,641
Lake Superior State Taffy Abel Arenamarker 4,000
Miami Goggin Ice Centermarker 3,842
Michigan Yost Ice Arenamarker 6,377
Michigan State Munn Ice Arenamarker 6,470
Northern Michigan Berry Events Centermarker 3,902
Nebraska-Omaha Qwest Center Omahamarker 16,500
Notre Dame Joyce Center Rinkmarker 2,763
Ohio State Value City Arenamarker 17,500
Western Michigan Lawson Arenamarker 3,667
Joe Louis Arenamarker 20,066


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