It’s the last great bash before exams – eight teams, four series – all with rich storylines and half the games with first-place implications.
An hour before the puck dropped Saturday night between Ferris State and St. Thomas, Ferris coach Bob Daniels sat in his windowless bunker at Ewigleben Arena, sharing his concerns about the forthcoming game.
This week in CCHA RinkRap, a superstar returns to form in Mankato.
This week, the CCHA presents hockey fans with a troika of tasty series to accompany their gobbler sandwiches.
This week in CCHA RinkRap, we catch up with the nation's leading scorer, touch on the reemergence of Australian standout Tyrone Bronte from Michigan Tech and check in with Bowling Green as it moves past a recent hazing scandal.
Geography colors the four CCHA series this weekend, as all three Upper Peninsula teams host familiar rivals, while Minnesota State renews its rivalry with in-state foe Bemidji.
The CCHA has become a league of mercury, every school taking feverish turns sweeping one another. A look at the league standings gives you vertigo.
After 10 weeks of football, it all comes down to this in the GLIAC: One game that will determine the winner or winners of the league as Grand Valley State and Davenport are set to clash.
For the first time this season, all eight CCHA teams will be competing within the conference this weekend – four series that will establish the league’s balance of power.
There is nothing subtle about November’s arrival in the Upper Midwest: snow is flying, Halloween candy has been stashed and league play takes center stage throughout college hockey around the Great Lakes.
They are childhood friends from the elite ranks of hockey-mad Minneapolis.
This week, FloHockey presents two CCHA battles: A crossroads match for a new rivalry in Minnesota and an old-fashioned shootout in the Upper Peninsula.
With three weeks left in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference season, there’s a little bit of clarity as the season winds down, with two simple scenarios that would make for the easiest end to the season. And, with it, playoff seeding.
FloFC is broadcasting college soccer matches from NCAA Divisions I, II and III all season long, with each week bringing a new, exciting slate of matchups to check out from its partner conferences.