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  • Team celebrates after a goal
  • Players celebrate a goal in front of DU fans
  • Head Coach David Carle
  • Driscoll Bridge
  • Aerial view of campus in the bustling city of Denver
  • Campus with a view of the Rockies
  • Game time at Magness Arena
  • Fans cheer on their Pioneers
  • Forward Emilio Pettersen
  • Defenseman Ian Mitchell
  • Forward Cole Guttman
  • Forward Liam Finlay
  • Defenseman Michael Davies
  • Goaltender Devin Cooley

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Movember Mustaches: A Talking Point for a Larger Conversation

By Paige Shacklett 11/20/2019, 7:00pm EST

NCHC Officials Use Mustaches to Raise Awareness for Men's Health Issues; Will Hold Silent Auctions this Weekend

North Dakota Breaks Into Top Five of USCHO.com Poll

By Paige Shacklett 11/18/2019, 6:45pm EST

Five NCHC Teams in USCHO.com Poll Ties for Most Teams Ranked From One Conference

UND downs DU, 4-1, for five-point weekend; UMD, Omaha earn weekend splits

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University of Denver

Founded in 1864, only a few years after the city itself, the University of Denver is one of the country's premier private universities. The University's 125-acre campus, a few miles south of downtown Denver, is home to more than 11,000 students hailing from all regions of the U.S. and over 90 other countries. The Pioneers’ first season of college hockey was 1949-50. DU has won eight NCAA Championships beginning in 1958 (1958, 1960, 1961, 1968, 1969, 2004, 2005, 2017) and produced one Hobey Baker Award winner. The Pioneers play all home game on campus at Magness Arena. The NHL-sized ice surface has a capacity of 6,026.


QUICK FACTS

Location: Denver, Colo.
Founded: 1864
Enrollment: 11,614
Nickname: Pioneers
Colors: Crimson and Gold
Chancellor: Jeremy Haefner
Faculty Rep.: Dr. Keith Miller
Director of Athletics: Karlton Creech
Head Coach: David Carle
Alma Mater/Year: Denver/2012
Dir. of Media Relations: Matthew McGreevy
Office Phone: 303-871-2275
Email: Matthew.Mcgreevy@du.edu
Home Arena (Opened): Magness Arena (1999)
Rink Dimensions: 200x85 (NHL)
Capacity: 6,026

  • Team celebrates after a goal
  • Players celebrate a goal in front of DU fans
  • Head Coach David Carle
  • Driscoll Bridge
  • Aerial view of campus in the bustling city of Denver
  • Campus with a view of the Rockies
  • Game time at Magness Arena
  • Fans cheer on their Pioneers
  • Forward Emilio Pettersen
  • Defenseman Ian Mitchell
  • Forward Cole Guttman
  • Forward Liam Finlay
  • Defenseman Michael Davies
  • Goaltender Devin Cooley

Top Headlines

Movember Mustaches: A Talking Point for a Larger Conversation

By Paige Shacklett 11/20/2019, 7:00pm EST

NCHC Officials Use Mustaches to Raise Awareness for Men's Health Issues; Will Hold Silent Auctions this Weekend

North Dakota Breaks Into Top Five of USCHO.com Poll

By Paige Shacklett 11/18/2019, 6:45pm EST

Five NCHC Teams in USCHO.com Poll Ties for Most Teams Ranked From One Conference

UND downs DU, 4-1, for five-point weekend; UMD, Omaha earn weekend splits

Connect with DU


University of Denver

Founded in 1864, only a few years after the city itself, the University of Denver is one of the country's premier private universities. The University's 125-acre campus, a few miles south of downtown Denver, is home to more than 11,000 students hailing from all regions of the U.S. and 93 other countries. The Pioneers’ first season of college hockey was 1949-50. DU has won eight NCAA Championships beginning in 1958 (1958, 1960, 1961, 1968, 1969, 2004, 2005, 2017) and produced one Hobey Baker Award winner. The Pioneers play all home game on campus at Magness Arena. The NHL-sized ice surface has a capacity of 6,026.


QUICK FACTS

Location: Denver, Colo.
Founded: 1864
Enrollment: 11,614
Nickname: Pioneers
Colors: Crimson and Gold
Chancellor: Jeremy Haefner
Faculty Rep.: Dr. Keith Miller
Director of Athletics: Karlton Creech
Head Coach: David Carle
Alma Mater/Year: Denver/2012
Dir. of Media Relations: Matthew McGreevy
Office Phone: 303-871-2275
Email: Matthew.Mcgreevy@du.edu
Home Arena: Magness Arena
Rink Dimensions: 200x85 (NHL)
Capacity: 6,026