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Welcome to the Women's College Hockey wiki, a home for statistics and history regarding women's college hockey. I have decided to create a private wiki to house this information because I feel it will be better suited to displaying data than my WordPress site. Eventually I would like to have multiple contributors, but for now I will be flying solo.

Site MapEdit

Landing PagesEdit

NCAA Division I ♦ NCAA Division III ♦ Conferences ♦ Teams ♦ Events

ConferencesEdit


TeamsEdit

  • CHA: Lindenwood ♦ Mercyhurst ♦ Penn State ♦ Robert Morris ♦ Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) ♦ Syracuse
  • ECAC: Brown ♦ Clarkson ♦ Colgate ♦ Cornell ♦ Dartmouth ♦ Harvard ♦ Princeton ♦ Quinnipiac ♦ Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) ♦ St. Lawrence ♦ Union ♦ Yale
  • WHEA: Boston College ♦ Boston University ♦ Connecticut ♦ Holy Cross ♦ Maine ♦ Merrimack ♦ New Hampshire ♦ Northeastern ♦ Providence ♦ Vermont
  • WCHA: Bemidji State ♦ Minnesota ♦ Minnesota-Duluth ♦ Minnesota State ♦ Ohio State ♦ St. Cloud State ♦ Wisconsin
  • NEWHA: Franklin Pierce ♦ Post ♦ Sacred Heart ♦ St. Anselm ♦ St. Michael's
  • Ivy league: Brown ♦ Cornell ♦ Dartmouth ♦ Harvard ♦ Princeton ♦ Yale


Tournament BracketsEdit


EventsEdit

Games and TournamentsEdit

Beanpot ♦ Windjammer Classic ♦ Nutmeg Classic ♦ Minnesota Cup ♦ NCAA Tournament ♦ Mayor's Cup ♦ Mayors' Cup

Special EventsEdit

Do it for Daron ♦ Bell Let's Talk


RivalriesEdit

Border War ♦ Battle of Whitney Avenue ♦ Green Line Rivalry ♦ Route 11 Rivalry ♦ I-90

Metrics and RankingsEdit

PairWise Ranking ♦ USCHO.com Poll ♦ The Ice Garden Poll ♦ KRACH ♦ GRANT ♦ Title IX Hockey

AwardsEdit

ResourcesEdit

RulesEdit

Objectivity
This is not a fan site. Articles should be objective and not present one team as better than another outside of the context of game results or statistics.

Privacy
Information on coaches and student athletes should mostly be limited to their hockey careers. Some personal information may be allowable, but only if it is publicly available information posted by the athlete or the university on a public forum. This will be taken on a case by case basis.

Attribution
All information should be sourced (independently if possible). All images should credit the photographer or artist and should be used only after obtaining written permission from the photographer or artist.

Style GuidelinesEdit

I generally write to AP style with few exceptions:

  • Yes to the oxford comma
  • Sometimes it makes more sense to use 6 rather than six when talking about statistics. The rule of writing the number for values 10 and over and the word for values nine and under is a recommendation, but not a hard rule.

Latest activityEdit

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