NCAA Division II Men's Ice Hockey Championship

NCAA Division II Men's Ice Hockey Championship
Country  United States
Founded 1978
Folded 1999
Most championships Bemidji State (5)

The NCAA Division II Men's Ice Hockey Championship was an annual tournament to determine the top men's ice hockey team in NCAA Division II from 1978 until 1984 and then again from 1993 until 1999.[1] The Division II Championship was suspended following 1999, due to a lack of sponsoring schools. Most of the schools in Division II hockey became members of newly formed hockey conferences such as College Hockey America. The Northeast Ten Conference is the last remaining Division II conference that sponsors ice hockey.


1978Merrimack12–2Lake Forest
1979Lowell6–4Mankato State
1980Mankato State5–2Elmira
1981Lowell5–4Plattsburgh State
1982Lowell6–1Plattsburgh State
1983RIT4–2Bemidji State
1984Bemidji State6–3, 8–1MerrimackTwo-game, total-goal series
1985–1992Not held
1993Bemidji State10–6, 5–0MercyhurstBest-of-three series
1994Bemidji State3–5, 2–1, 2–1 (OT)Ala.-Huntsville
1995Bemidji State6–2, 5–4Mercyhurst
1996Ala.-Huntsville7–1, 3–0Bemidji State
1997Bemidji State3–2, 4–2Ala.-Huntsville
1998Ala.-Huntsville6–2, 5–2Bemidji State
1999St. Michael's4–4, 8–5New Hampshire College

See also


  1. "NCAA page for men's ice hockey". Retrieved 2008-05-15.
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