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  • Team celebration with fans
  • Forward Hugh McGing
  • Head Coach Andy Murray
  • Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine
  • Team celebration after a goal
  • Forward Wade Allison
  • Sangren Hall
  • Lawson Ice Arena
  • Defenseman Mattias Samuelsson

Top Headlines

SCSU’s Hrenak named Second Star, WMU’s Allison tabbed Third Star nationally

Three NCHC Teams Remain Entrenched in National Polls

By Phil Ervin 01/20/2020, 7:00pm EST

UND, Denver and Minnesota Duluth stay among top 11 in both USCHO.com and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine’s rankings

Huskies, Broncos Finish Off Weekend Sweeps Saturday

By NCHC 01/18/2020, 11:45pm EST

UND rallies to edge Miami late; DU earns extra point after tying Omaha again

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WESTERN MICHIGAN

Western Michigan University is located in Kalamazoo, just a few miles from the beaches of Lake Michigan, and centrally located between Detroit and Chicago. Founded in 1903 as Michigan’s fourth public university, WMU attracts students from across the nation and from more than 90 countries worldwide. WMU’s first season of hockey came in 1973-74 as a member of the CCHA. The Broncos play their home games in Lawson Ice Arena. Opened in 1974, the arena has undergone numerous facelifts to maintain the history of the “old barn” while adding state-of-the art amenities of a “new arena”.


QUICK FACTS

Location: Kalamazoo, Mich.
Founded: 1903
Enrollment: 23,252
Nickname: Broncos
Colors: Brown and Gold
President: Dr. Edward Montgomery
Faculty Rep.: Dr. Lisa DeChano
Director of Athletics: Kathy Beauregard
Head Coach: Andy Murray
Alma Mater/Year: Brandon University/1972
Dir. of Media Relations: Adam Bodnar
Office Phone: 269-387-4122
Emailadam.e.bodnar@wmich.edu
Home Arena (Opened): Lawson Ice Arena (1974)
Rink Dimensions: 85x200 (NHL)
Capacity: 3,667

  • Team celebration with fans
  • Forward Hugh McGing
  • Head Coach Andy Murray
  • Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine
  • Team celebration after a goal
  • Forward Wade Allison
  • Sangren Hall
  • Lawson Ice Arena
  • Defenseman Mattias Samuelsson

Top Headlines

SCSU’s Hrenak named Second Star, WMU’s Allison tabbed Third Star nationally

Three NCHC Teams Remain Entrenched in National Polls

By Phil Ervin 01/20/2020, 7:00pm EST

UND, Denver and Minnesota Duluth stay among top 11 in both USCHO.com and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine’s rankings

Huskies, Broncos Finish Off Weekend Sweeps Saturday

By NCHC 01/18/2020, 11:45pm EST

UND rallies to edge Miami late; DU earns extra point after tying Omaha again

Connect with WMU


WESTERN MICHIGAN

Western Michigan University is located in Kalamazoo, just a few miles from the beaches of Lake Michigan, and centrally located between Detroit and Chicago. Founded in 1903 as Michigan’s fourth public university, WMU attracts students from across the nation and from more than 90 countries worldwide. WMU’s first season of hockey came in 1973-74 as a member of the CCHA. The Broncos play their home games in Lawson Ice Arena. Opened in 1974, the arena has undergone numerous facelifts to maintain the history of the “old barn” while adding state-of-the art amenities of a “new arena”.


QUICK FACTS

Location: Kalamazoo, Mich.
Founded: 1903
Enrollment: 23,252
Nickname: Broncos
Colors: Brown and Gold
President: Dr. Edward Montgomery
Faculty Rep.: Dr. Lisa DeChano
Director of Athletics: Kathy Beauregard
Head Coach: Andy Murray
Alma Mater/Year: Brandon University/1972
Dir. of Media Relations: Adam Bodnar
Office Phone: 269-387-4122
Emailadam.e.bodnar@wmich.edu
Home Arena (Opened): Lawson Ice Arena (1974)
Rink Dimensions: 85x200 (NHL)
Capacity: 3,667