2014-2015 Season Award Winners
Coach of the Year Award
American Div. - Greg Audino from Rutgers-Camden Univ.
National Div. - Andrew Burke from Bryn Athyn College
Most Valuable Player Award
American Div. - Austin Rinck from Shippensburg Univ.
National Div. - Nico Delgiorno from Alvernia Univ.
Outstanding Goaltender Award
American Div. - Andrew Hieber from PSU Brandywine
National Div. - Eddie Rafferty from Stockton Univ.
Defensive Player of the Year Award
American Div. - Zach Varquez from Rutgers-Camden Univ.
National Div. - Brian Murphy from Neumann Univ.
Offensive Player of the Year Award
American Div. - Kyle Bushong from Shippensburg Univ.
National Div. - Nico Delgiorno from Alvernia Univ.
Finbarr O'Connor Sprotsmanship Award
American Div. - Zach Varquez from Rutgers Camden Univ.
National Div. - Daniel DiMonte from Rowan Univ.
Terrence Johnson from Bryn Athyn College
The DVCHC would like to welcome two new teams to the organization. Bucknell University and University of Maryland have been voted in a probationary members for the 205-2016 season.
The DVCHC extends their sincere thanks, appreciation, and congratulations to Bryn Athyn College for their outstanding performance through this entire season. After going undefeated (14-0) to capture the DVCHC Championship, they then continued their roll at the ACHA National Tournament. After battling to a 2-0-1 record in the preliminary rounds, Bryn Athyn earned a spot as one of the top four teams in the U.S. and a shot a Michigan State. Despite coming back from deficits three different times during the game, our boys great run came up one bad bounce of the puck short of a trip to the title game.
CONGRATULATIONS ON A GREAT SEASON!
Bryn Athyn 6 Northern Colorado 2
Bryn Athyn 4 NC-Wilmington 1
Bryn Athyn 3 Hope College 3
ACHA National Semi Final Game
Bryn Athyn 6 Michigan State 7 OT
DVCHC National Division Champions
Congratulations to Bryn Athyn for winning the 2014-2015 DVCHC National Division Championship
The DVCHC would like to congratulate Ed Rafferty from Stockton College on being named to the 2nd Team ACHA All American Team.
Congratulations to Rutgers-Camden for winning the 2014-2015 DVCHC American Div Championship
President - John Rinck
Vice President - Jay Turcotte
Commissioner - Tom Galambos
Treasurer - Jim O Connor
Recording Sec. - Greg Audino
Tournament Dir. - Mike Cirard
Awards Director - Paul Gilligan
Congratulations to the Delaware Valley Collegiate Hockey Conference on winning their 3rd consecutive Empire Classic. The Classic hosts 16 of the top ACHA's teams from the Mid Atlantic and Northeast regions and offers an opportunity to see some of the top ranked teams in the country do battle. Neumann University, Bryn Athyn College, Richard Stockton University and Alvernia University combined for an overall record of 9 wins and 3 losses in the tournament to take home bragging rights once again.
Congratulations go out to the players and coaches from Shippensburg University on winning the 2nd Annual East Coast Showdown Tournament. The competition was great this year with every game being hard fought and exciting down to the final buzzer. This year there were four teams playing for the tournament title on the last day and were seperated by only 1 point between first and fourth place. Shippensburg secured the championship with a win in the third period of the final game of the tournament.
Champions - Shippensburg Univ 10.5 pts.
2nd Place Tie - Rowan Univ & American Univ. 10 pts.
4th Place - Widener Univ. 9.5 pts.
5th Place - California Univ. of PA 8 pts.
6th Place - Rutgers-Camden Univ
7th Place - Johns Hopkins Univ.
8th Place - Penn State Univ. Harrisburg
DVCHC HIGH SCHOOL SHOWCASE A GREAT SUCCESS
Congratulations to Rowan University on winning the 2013-2014 American Division Championship. Following an 11-1 regular season divisional record and going undefeated in this years playoffs, Rowan University has been crowned American Division Champions.
Congratulations to the players, coaches, and their fans on a great season.
Rowan University 2013-2014 American Champs
No game shall be postponed, except by mutual consent of the coaches of the two schools involved and approval of the Referee Assignor & Commissioner.
Visiting team must contact host team twelve (12) days before the schedule game if they wish to cancel/postpone a game. Failure to do so will result in the ice time and referee’s fees being paid for by the visiting team. Payment by offending team will be deducted from the dues in the treasure of said team. Continuation of said team in the DVCHC play will depend on the receipt by the treasurer of the sum involved within twelve (12) days.
If game is not made up by the week prior to playoffs, both teams will have forfeits.
Game contracts are required for all non-league games. 5-4-08
Game Cancellations due to inclement weather:
All teams are reminded that if their school is closed, there is no game.A majority of schools will not allow their teams to use school vans in the event schools are closed for bad weather.Once this is announced, both coaches are to contact each other, then contact the Commissioner, who will pass it on to the referees.
Inclement Weather Game Cancellation Protocol:
Communication by both coaches as soon as bad weather is forecasted or no later than 24 hours prior to game
Both Coaches will coordinate a timeline and a plan for final decision time
Both Coaches will contact the Commissioner or President once a decision to cancel is reached
Notification deadline will be no later than 6 hours prior to game time
Approval from league Commissioner or President must be provided prior to cancellation of game
Date to replay game must be re-scheduled within 5 calendar days of cancellation or a forfeit will be declared by the Commissioner and/or President.
Financial responsibility issues to be resolved by Commissioner if no agreement can be reached between two teams within 5 calendar days of cancellation
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|4:00pm||Rink 4||Rowan University 7||Rutgers-Camden 4|
|5:15pm||Rink 2||Towson University WOMEN 8||Villanova University WOMEN 0|
|5:45pm||Rink 3||Widener University 1||Suffolk County C C 5|
|6:15pm||Rink 4||American University 6||PSU Harrisburg 4|
|7:15pm||Rink 1||Rutgers University WOMEN 0||Rowan University WOMEN 2|
|5:00pm||Rink 1||University of Maryland 4||Old Dominion University 0|
|8:00pm||Rink 3||Shippensburg University 3||Cal Univ of PA II 12|
|8:30pm||Rink 4||NJ Phoenix WOMEN 6||American University WOMEN 0|
|9:30pm||Rink 1||Salisbury University-4||CC of Allegheny County-6|
|9:45pm||Rink 2||University of Virginia WOMEN||University of Maryland WOMEN|
|10:15pm||Rink 3||Catholic University of America-8||Carnegie Mellon University-0|
|11:30-1:00p||Rink 3||HIGH SCHOOL SHOWCASE GAME (Men's)|
|11:15am||Rink 4||Rutgers University WOMEN-0||Towson University WOMEN -9|
|12:00pm||Rink 1||PSU Harrisburg 0||Suffolk County C C 11|
|1:30pm||Rink 4||Old Dominion University 6||CC of Allegheny County 12|
|1:30-3pm||Rink 3||HIGH SCHOOL SHOWCASE GAME (Women's)|
|2:15pm||Rink 1||Carnegie Mellon University 14||American University 1|
|3:30pm||Rink 3||Rutgers-Camden University 4||Shippensburg University 7|
|3:45pm||Rink 4||Hobart & WS College||Cal Univ of PA II|
|4:15pm||Rink 2||American University- W 2||Rowan University WOMEN 6|
|4:30pm||Rink 1||NJ Phoenix WOMEN 2||University of Maryland-W 8|
|6:00pm||Rink 4||Rowan University 5||University of Maryland 0|
|6:45pm||Rink 1||U of Virginia WOMEN||Villanova U WOMEN|
|8:15pm||Rink 4||Salisbury University||Catholic University of America|
|8:00am||Rink 1||PSU Harrisburg||Carnegie Mellon University|
|8:30am||Rink 2||NJ Phoenix WOMEN||Towson University WOMEN|
|9:15am||Rink 3||Suffolk County C C||Salisbury|
|9:30am||Rink 4||U of Maryland WOMEN||Rutgers U WOMEN|
|10:15am||Rink 1||Rutgers University - Camden||Old Dominion University|
|10:45am||Rink 2||Widener University||American University|
|11:30am||Rink 3||Hobart & WS College||Catholic University of America|
|11:45am||Rink 4||Cal Univ of PA II||Rowan Univeristy|
|12:30pm||Rink 1||CC of Allegheny County||University of Maryland|
|2:00pm||Rink 4||University of Virginia WOMEN||Rowan University WOMEN|
|2:45pm||Rink 1||American University WOMEN||Villanova University WOMEN|
Friday November 22, 2013
Widener Univ. 10 - Penn State Harrisburg 0
American Univ 6 -. Shippensburg Univ. 3
California Univ of PA 3 - Rowan Univ 3.
Rutgers-Camden Univ.7. - Johns Hopkins Univ. 4
Saturday November 23, 2013
Rowan Univ. 10 - Penn State Harrisburg 0
Rutgers-Camden Univ 4 - American Univ. 6
Widener Univ. 5 - Cal Univ. of PA - 3
Shippensburg Univ. 4 - Johns Hopkins Univ. 0
Sunday November 24, 2013
Rowan Univ. 4 - American Univ. 4
Cal Univ. of PA 6 - Rutgers-Camden Univ. 4
Widener Univ. 2 - Johns Hopkins Univ. 4
Penn State Harrisburg 1 - Shippensburg Univ. 10
Widener University, PA Shippensburg University, PA
Rutgers-Camden University, NJ Rowan University, NJ
Bryn Athyn College, PA University of Delaware, DE
Penn State Univ. Brandywine, PA Mount Staint Mary's Univ., MD
American University, Wash DC Salisbury University, MD
California University of PA Neumann University, PA
Richard Stockton College, NJ Johns Hopkins University, MD
Messiah College, PA Penn State Univ. Harrisburg, PA
Tables will be setup behind the Pub from 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM to meet with school representatives