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  • UMD celebrating as 2019 NCAA National Champions
  • A beautiful view of campus overlooking the lake
  • Head Coach Scott Sandelin
  • Goaltender Hunter Shepard
  • An aerial view of campus
  • Fans cheering at AMSOIL Arena
  • A packed house at AMSOIL Arena
  • Forward Noah Cates
  • Defenseman Scott Perunovich
  • Defenseman Nick Wolff

Top Headlines

Denver Leads Five Ranked NCHC Teams for Second Straight Week

DU moves to 6-0-0 with 6-4 win; Mavs edge OSU, 2-1, in Columbus; NCHC teams go 2-4-0 Saturday

DU blanks BC to stay perfect; MU gets first win of season; UND ties Minnesota State on road

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Minnesota Duluth

The University of Minnesota Duluth sits on the western tip of Lake Superior. With an enrollment of a little less than 11,000, the regional university offers 14 bachelor degrees in 86 majors and also offers 27 different graduate programs. UMD attracts students from across the United States seeking a learning experience on a medium-sized campus of a major university. The Bulldogs’ first season of hockey came in 1930-31 as a Division II independent. UMD moved to the Division I level in 1962 and joined the WCHA. The Bulldogs won their first NCAA title in 2011 and recently attained their third and second consecutive NCAA Championship title in 2019. The Bulldogs' boast five Hobey Baker Award winners, the most of any NCAA program. Opened in 2010 with a seating capacity of 6,756, the Bulldogs play their home games in AMSOIL Arena.


QUICK FACTS

Location: Duluth, Minn.
Founded: 1895
Enrollment: 11,168
Nickname: Bulldogs
Colors: Maroon and Gold
Chancellor: Dr. Lendley C. Black
Faculty Rep.: Dr. Stephen Castleberry
Director of Athletics: Josh Berlo
Head Coach: Scott Sandelin
Alma Mater/Year: North Dakota/1986
Dir. of Media Relations: Bob Nygaard
Office Phone: 218-726-8191
Emailbnygaard@d.umn.edu
Interim Dir. of Media Relations: Joe Hansen
​​​​​​​Office Phone: 218-343-8654
E-mailjhansen@d.umn.edu
Home Arena (Opened): AMSOIL Arena (2010)
Rink Dimensions: 200x85 (NHL)
Capacity: 6,756

  • UMD celebrating as 2019 NCAA National Champions
  • A beautiful view of campus overlooking the lake
  • Head Coach Scott Sandelin
  • Goaltender Hunter Shepard
  • An aerial view of campus
  • Fans cheering at AMSOIL Arena
  • A packed house at AMSOIL Arena
  • Forward Noah Cates
  • Defenseman Scott Perunovich
  • Defenseman Nick Wolff

Top Headlines

Denver Leads Five Ranked NCHC Teams for Second Straight Week

DU moves to 6-0-0 with 6-4 win; Mavs edge OSU, 2-1, in Columbus; NCHC teams go 2-4-0 Saturday

DU blanks BC to stay perfect; MU gets first win of season; UND ties Minnesota State on road

Connect with UMD


Minnesota Duluth

The University of Minnesota Duluth sits on the western tip of Lake Superior. With an enrollment of more than 11,000, the regional university offers 14 bachelor degrees in 86 majors and also offers 25 different graduate programs. UMD attracts students from across the United States seeking a learning experience on a medium-sized campus of a major university. The Bulldogs’ first season of hockey came in 1930-31 as a Division II independent. UMD moved to the Division I level in 1962 and joined the WCHA. The Bulldogs won their first NCAA title in 2011 and recently attained their third and second consecutive NCAA Championship title in 2019. The Bulldogs' boast five Hobey Baker Award winners, the most of any NCAA program. Opened in 2010 with a seating capacity of 6,756, the Bulldogs play their home games in AMSOIL Arena.


QUICK FACTS

Location: Duluth, Minn.
Founded: 1895
Enrollment: 11,168
Nickname: Bulldogs
Colors: Maroon and Gold
Chancellor: Dr. Lendley C. Black
Faculty Rep.: Dr. Stephen Castleberry
Director of Athletics: Josh Berlo
Head Coach: Scott Sandelin
Alma Mater/Year: North Dakota/1986
Dir. of Media Relations: Bob Nygaard
Office Phone: 218-726-8191
E-mailbnygaard@d.umn.edu
Interim Dir. of Media Relations: Joe Hansen
Office Phone: 218-343-8654
E-mailjhansen@d.umn.edu
Home Arena: AMSOIL Arena
Rink Dimensions: 200x85 (NHL)
Capacity: 6,756