SECHC

The SECHC sends five teams to ACHA D3 Regionals
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The SECHC sends five teams to ACHA D3 Regionals

February 16th, 2016 | by Stan Laws
The Southeastern Collegiate Hockey Conference has four teams playing in the American Collegiate Hockey Association Division 3 South Regionals this weekend. The tournament begins on Friday, 19 February, at the RDV Sportsplex Ice...
SECHC Releases Second Coaches Poll
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SECHC Releases Second Coaches Poll

November 27th, 2015 | by Stan Laws
The South Eastern Collegiate Hockey Conference released their second coach’s poll of the 2015-16 season on Wednesday. The SECHC will release the third poll of the season in mid-December followed by the final poll in...
UCF Set to Host Thanksgiving Showcase
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UCF Set to Host Thanksgiving Showcase

November 17th, 2015 | by Stan Laws
This weekend the University of Central Florida will host the Thanksgiving Showcase at the Daytona Ice Arena. This showcase will include six top ten teams from the latest ACHA D3 South Region rankings. This tourney will be a great...
Vandy defeats winless Rebels
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Vandy defeats winless Rebels

October 10th, 2015 | by Stan Laws
Just five days after taking home The Davey for the second time in two years, the Vanderbilt Commodores welcomed the Ole Miss Rebels for a Friday night SECHC tilt at Ford ice Center. The Rebels brought in a 0-6 record after...
Vanderbilt opens season with overtime victory
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Vanderbilt opens season with overtime victory

September 22nd, 2015 | by Conner Laws
The Vanderbilt Commodores started their season at the Ford Ice Center against an undefeated Florida Gators team. The Dores took home the victory in overtime in a comeback style. Vanderbilt took the ice and clearly had some rust...
Ice Vols split with Clemson, look toward Vandy
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Ice Vols split with Clemson, look toward Vandy

January 27th, 2015 | by ryanshannon
The Tennessee Ice Vols split their final home games of the season in a testy series with Clemson, defeating the Tigers 4-2 Friday, and losing 9-4 Saturday. The series reached a tipping point in the third period of...
Ice Vols trounce shorthanded Johnson and Wales
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Ice Vols trounce shorthanded Johnson and Wales

November 15th, 2014 | by ryanshannon
In back-to-back games, the Tennessee Ice Vols returned to their winning ways in convincing fashion with 10-1 and 9-1 victories over the Johnson & Wales Wildcats this weekend. The Wildcats only had 11 players, 10 skaters and...
Rival Strengthens Friendship
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Rival Strengthens Friendship

November 12th, 2014 | by Stan Laws
By Lezlie Patterson Six weeks ago, the South Carolina and Clemson hockey teams fought a couple of hard battles on the ice. Both games were decided by one goal – one in overtime – and each team took a win. There were 18 goals,...
Scoring By Committee Lifts USC Over Vols
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Scoring By Committee Lifts USC Over Vols

November 5th, 2014 | by Stan Laws
By Lezlie Patterson A dozen different Gamecocks scored, and 11 had assists, leading the University of South Carolina to two wins against the University of Tennessee in less than 10 hours. In front of 130 fans who celebrated...
South Carolina Road Trips Cover Southeast
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South Carolina Road Trips Cover Southeast

October 15th, 2014 | by Stan Laws
The University of South Carolina has spent some time on the road the past two weekends. The Gamecocks have spent about 40 hours on the bus traveling first to Estero, Florida and then to Olive Branch, Mississippi. They logged...