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  • Team huddle before puck drop
  • Forward Chris Wilkie
  • Head Coach Mike Haviland
  • Campus view from Shove Chapel
  • Broadmoor World Arena
  • Forward Grant Cruikshank
  • El Pomar Sports Center
  • Defenseman Bryan Yoon
  • Forward Nick Halloran
  • Shove Chapel
  • Forward Ben Copeland

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All Eight Teams Return to Action to Open December

By NCHC 12/05/2019, 6:00pm EST

Three conference series on tap this weekend, while CC, DU travel to face non-conference foes

The Seven P's: Ryan Ruck's Golden Rule to Goaltending

By Paige Shacklett 12/05/2019, 5:00pm EST

The CC grad transfer is refining his game and growing into a veteran player

View the best lip sweaters from each team and decide who grew it best; voting runs through Dec. 4

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Colorado College

A private, four-year college, Colorado College is located on a 90-acre campus just north of downtown Colorado Springs near the base of America’s Mountain, the 14,115-foot Pikes Peak. With an enrollment of approximately 2,000 students and a 10-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio, this liberal arts school has a long and proud tradition. The student body is typically composed of students from all 50 states and several foreign countries. The Tigers’ first season of collegiate hockey was 1937-38 while the program has produced two Hobey Baker Award winners. The Tigers, winners of the 1950 and 1957 NCAA Championships, play their home games at The Broadmoor World Arena. The arena, which opened in 1998 and has hosted two NCAA Regionals, has a seating capacity of 7,380.


QUICK FACTS

Location: Colorado Springs, Colo.
Founded: 1874
Enrollment: 2,008
Nickname: Tigers
Colors: Black and Gold
President: Dr. Jill Tiefenthaler
Faculty Rep.: Dr. Pedro de Araujo
Director of Athletics: Lesley Irvine
Head Coach: Mike Haviland
Alma Mater/Year: Elmira/1990
Dir. of Media Relations: Jerry Cross
Office Phone: 719-389-6755
Email: jerry.cross@ColoradoCollege.edu
Home Arena (Opened): The Broadmoor World Arena (1998)
Rink Dimensions: 100x200 (Olympic)
Capacity: 7,380

  • Team huddle before puck drop
  • Forward Chris Wilkie
  • Head Coach Mike Haviland
  • Campus view from Shove Chapel
  • Broadmoor World Arena
  • Forward Grant Cruikshank
  • El Pomar Sports Center
  • Defenseman Bryan Yoon
  • Forward Nick Halloran
  • Shove Chapel
  • Forward Ben Copeland

Top Headlines

All Eight Teams Return to Action to Open December

By NCHC 12/05/2019, 6:00pm EST

Three conference series on tap this weekend, while CC, DU travel to face non-conference foes

The Seven P's: Ryan Ruck's Golden Rule to Goaltending

By Paige Shacklett 12/05/2019, 5:00pm EST

The CC grad transfer is refining his game and growing into a veteran player

View the best lip sweaters from each team and decide who grew it best; voting runs through Dec. 4

Connect with CC


Colorado College

A private, four-year college, Colorado College is located on a 90-acre campus just north of downtown Colorado Springs near the base of America’s Mountain, the 14,115-foot Pikes Peak. With an enrollment of approximately 2,000 students and a 10-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio, this liberal arts school has a long and proud tradition. The student body is typically composed of students from all 50 states and several foreign countries. The Tigers’ first season of collegiate hockey was 1937-38 while the program has produced two Hobey Baker Award winners. The Tigers, winners of the 1950 and 1957 NCAA Championships, play their home games at The Broadmoor World Arena. The arena, which opened in 1998 and has hosted two NCAA Regionals, has a seating capacity of 7,380.


QUICK FACTS

Location: Colorado Springs, Colo.
Founded: 1874
Enrollment: 2,008
Nickname: Tigers
Colors: Black and Gold
President: Dr. Jill Tiefenthaler
Faculty Rep.: Dr. Pedro de Araujo
Director of Athletics: Lesley Irvine
Head Coach: Mike Haviland
Alma Mater/Year: Elmira/1990
Dir. of Media Relations: Jerry Cross
Office Phone: 719-389-6755
E-mail: jerry.cross@ColoradoCollege.edu
Home Arena: The Broadmoor World Arena
Rink Dimensions: 100x200 (Olympic)
Capacity: 7,380