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  • Head Coach Enrico Blasi
  • Miami celebrating after a goal
  • Forward Josh Melnick
  • Walking Upham Arch
  • Campus in the fall
  • A view of the beautiful campus
  • Forward Carter Johnson plays in font of a packed Steve Cady Arena crowd
  • Defenseman Grant Hutton
  • Forward Phil Knies
  • Goaltender Ryan Larkin

Top Headlines

NCAA Rule Changes to Slow Recruiting

By College Hockey Inc. 04/19/2019, 7:30pm EDT

Changes set new dates for first recruiting contact, verbal offers; to take effect next week

NCHC Reveals 2019-20 Conference Slate

By NCHC 04/17/2019, 12:55pm EDT

Ninety-six game schedule for the Penrose Cup starts Nov. 8-9 with trio of NCHC series

NCHC programs combine to produce 26 alumni who made the NHL’s postseason

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Miami University

One of the oldest public institutions in the nation, Miami University is located in the city of Oxford, Ohio, just 40 miles north of Cincinnati. A true college town, the city’s median age is 21.4 while 65 percent of the population is between the age of 18 to 24. The city was formed in 1810, one year after the college was founded. Miami’s first season of collegiate hockey was in 1978-79 while Miami joined its first conference, the CCHA, in 1980. The RedHawks play their home games at Steve Cady Arena at the Goggin Ice Center, which opened in 2006 and has a seating capacity of 3,642.


QUICK FACTS

Location: Oxford, Ohio
Founded: 1809
Enrollment: 17,720
Nickname: RedHawks
Colors: Red and White
President: Dr. Gregory Crawford
Faculty Rep.: Dr. Ron Scott
Director of Athletics: David Sayler
Head Coach: Enrico Blasi
Alma Mater/Year: Miami/1994
Dir. of Media Relations: Chad Twaro
Office Phone: 513-529-1601
Emailtwaroc@miamioh.edu
Home Arena (Opened): Steve Cady Arena (2006)
Rink Dimensions: 85x200 (NHL)
Capacity: 3,642

  • Head Coach Enrico Blasi
  • Miami celebrating after a goal
  • Forward Josh Melnick
  • Walking Upham Arch
  • Campus in the fall
  • A view of the beautiful campus
  • Forward Carter Johnson plays in font of a packed Steve Cady Arena crowd
  • Defenseman Grant Hutton
  • Forward Phil Knies
  • Goaltender Ryan Larkin

Top Headlines

NCAA Rule Changes to Slow Recruiting

By College Hockey Inc. 04/19/2019, 7:30pm EDT

Changes set new dates for first recruiting contact, verbal offers; to take effect next week

NCHC Reveals 2019-20 Conference Slate

By NCHC 04/17/2019, 12:55pm EDT

Ninety-six game schedule for the Penrose Cup starts Nov. 8-9 with trio of NCHC series

NCHC programs combine to produce 26 alumni who made the NHL’s postseason

Connect with Miami


Miami University

One of the oldest public institutions in the nation, Miami University is located in the city of Oxford, Ohio, just 40 miles north of Cincinnati. A true college town, the city’s median age is 21.4 while 65 percent of the population is between the age of 18 to 24. The city was formed in 1810, one year after the college was founded. Miami’s first season of collegiate hockey was in 1978-79 while Miami joined its first conference, the CCHA, in 1980. The RedHawks play their home games at Steve Cady Arena at the Goggin Ice Center, which opened in 2006 and has a seating capacity of 3,642.


QUICK FACTS

Location: Oxford, Ohio
Founded: 1809
Enrollment: 17,720
Nickname: RedHawks
Colors: Red and White
President: Dr. Gregory Crawford
Faculty Rep.: Dr. Ron Scott
Director of Athletics: David Sayler
Head Coach: Enrico Blasi
Alma Mater/Year: Miami/1994
Dir. of Media Relations: Chad Twaro
Office Phone: 513-529-1601
E-mailtwaroc@miamioh.edu
Home Arena: Steve Cady Arena
Rink Dimensions: 85x200 (NHL)
Capacity: 3,642