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Men's Ice Hockey (ACHA DIII)

Robert Morris University has fielded an ice hockey team since the 1995 season when the Colonials joined the Western Pennsylvania Collegiate Hockey Association (now College Hockey East). Within two years of starting the program, RMU won their first WPCHA championship in 1998. After two runner-up finishes and one more WPCHA title over the next three seasons, the Colonials decided to go independent while joining the D-III ranks of the ACHA. The move proved to be fortuitous.The Colonials finished that season ranked number one in the country after defeating defending national champion, University of Wyoming, in the ACHA D-III national championship game in Atlanta, Georgia. The rest, they say, is history.

About our D-III Club Team
Our D-III club team competes at the ACHA D-III level, where we’re a member of the College Hockey East league, comprised of California University of PA, Fredonia University, Penn State Behrend, St. Vincent College, Pittsburgh University of Johnstown and Penn State Altoona.

The team has a strong recent history of success, reaching nationals 3 times in the past 4, years, finishing #5 in ACHA DIII in 2011, and capturing a CHE Championship in 2013.

We are also one of a handful of ACHA D-I, D-III programs with an NCAA D-I team at the same school. Both club teams are fortunate to have a very good relationship with NCAA head coach Derek Schooley, and since the inception of the NCAA program, the D-I team has had three players move up to join his team (Shawn Bakke, Joey Olsen, Karac Davis) and numerous others invited to his month-long training camp.

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For More Information, Contact:

Craig Bioni
Head Coach
412-397-5448 phone
412-397-2202 fax
Nicholson Center 2nd
Moon Campus