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Die US-amerikanische Collegemeisterschaft im Eishockey wird jährlich von der National Collegiate Athletic Association ausgetragen. Sie gilt als bedeutendste Eishockeymeisterschaft, die ausschließlich in den USA ausgetragen wird, da sowohl die National Hockey League als auch die American Hockey League zusammen mit Kanada organisiert werden.

Die Eishockey-Finalserie der NCAA wird „Frozen Four“ genannt. Bei Herren und Damen wird in zwei Divisionen gespielt, wobei jeweils die Division I den Landesmeister ausspielt. Der beste Spieler bei den Herren wird mit dem Hobey Baker Memorial Award ausgezeichnet. Simultan dazu gibt es für die Damen den Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award.

Herren[Bearbeiten]

Division I[Bearbeiten]

Conferences[Bearbeiten]

NCAA Division I Hockey Conferences
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Atlantic Hockey
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Big Ten Conference
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ECAC Hockey
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Hockey East
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National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC)
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Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA)

Meisterschaften[Bearbeiten]

Jahr Meister Ergebnis Vizemeister Austragungsort Arena
1948 Michigan 8–4 Dartmouth Colorado Springs, CO Broadmoor Arena
1949 Boston College 4–3 Dartmouth Colorado Springs, CO Broadmoor Arena
1950 Colorado College 13–4 Boston University Colorado Springs, CO Broadmoor Arena
1951 Michigan 7–1 Brown Colorado Springs, CO Broadmoor Arena
1952 Michigan 4–1 Colorado College Colorado Springs, CO Broadmoor Arena
1953 Michigan 7–3 Minnesota Colorado Springs, CO Broadmoor Arena
1954 Rensselaer 5–4 (OT) Minnesota Colorado Springs, CO Broadmoor Arena
1955 Michigan 5–3 Colorado College Colorado Springs, CO Broadmoor Arena
1956 Michigan 7–5 Michigan Tech Colorado Springs, CO Broadmoor Arena
1957 Colorado College 13–6 Michigan Colorado Springs, CO Broadmoor Arena
1958 Denver 6–2 North Dakota Minneapolis, MN Williams Arena
1959 North Dakota 4–3 (OT) Michigan State Troy, NY RPI Field House
1960 Denver 5–3 Michigan Tech Boston, MA Matthews Arena
1961 Denver 12–2 St. Lawrence Denver, CO University of Denver Arena
1962 Michigan Tech 7–1 Clarkson Utica, NY Utica Memorial Auditorium
1963 North Dakota 6–5 Denver Chestnut Hill, MA McHugh Forum
1964 Michigan 6–3 Denver Denver, CO University of Denver Arena
1965 Michigan Tech 8–2 Boston College Providence, RI Meehan Auditorium
1966 Michigan State 6–1 Clarkson Minneapolis, MN Williams Arena
1967 Cornell 4–1 Boston University Syracuse, NY Onondaga War Memorial
1968 Denver 4–0 North Dakota Duluth, MN Duluth Entertainment Center
1969 Denver 4–3 Cornell Colorado Springs, CO Broadmoor Arena
1970 Cornell 6–4 Clarkson Lake Placid, NY Olympic Center
1971 Boston University 4–2 Minnesota Syracuse, NY Onondaga War Memorial
1972 Boston University 4–0 Cornell Boston, MA Boston Garden
1973 Wisconsin 4–2 Denver Boston, MA Boston Garden
1974 Minnesota 4–2 Michigan Tech Boston, MA Boston Garden
1975 Michigan Tech 6–1 Minnesota St. Louis, MO St. Louis Arena
1976 Minnesota 6–4 Michigan Tech Denver, CO University of Denver Arena
1977 Wisconsin 6–5 (OT) Michigan Detroit, MI Olympiastadion
1978 Boston University 5–3 Boston College Providence, RI Providence Civic Center
1979 Minnesota 4–3 North Dakota Detroit, MI Olympia Stadium
1980 North Dakota 5–2 Northern Michigan Providence, RI Providence Civic Center
1981 Wisconsin 6–3 Minnesota Duluth, MN Duluth Entertainment Center
1982 North Dakota 5–2 Wisconsin Providence, RI Providence Civic Center
1983 Wisconsin 6–2 Harvard Grand Forks, ND Ralph Engelstad Arena
1984 Bowling Green 5–4 (4OT) Minnesota-Duluth Lake Placid, NY Olympic Center
1985 Rensselaer 2–1 Providence Detroit, MI Joe Louis Arena
1986 Michigan State 6–5 Harvard Providence, RI Providence Civic Center
1987 North Dakota 5–3 Michigan State Detroit, MI Joe Louis Arena
1988 Lake Superior State 4–3 (OT) St. Lawrence Lake Placid, NY Olympic Center
1989 Harvard 4–3 (OT) Minnesota Saint Paul, MN Saint Paul Civic Center
1990 Wisconsin 7–3 Colgate Detroit, MI Joe Louis Arena
1991 Northern Michigan 8–7 (3OT) Boston University St. Paul, MN St. Paul Civic Center
1992 Lake Superior State 5–3 Wisconsin Albany, NY Knickerbocker Arena
1993 Maine 5–4 Lake Superior State Milwaukee, WI Bradley Center
1994 Lake Superior State 9–1 Boston University Saint Paul, MN Saint Paul Civic Center
1995 Boston University 6–2 Maine Providence, RI Providence Civic Center
1996 Michigan 3–2 (OT) Colorado College Cincinnati, OH Riverfront Coliseum
1997 North Dakota 6–4 Boston University Milwaukee, WI Bradley Center
1998 Michigan 3–2 (OT) Boston College Boston, MA FleetCenter
1999 Maine 3–2 (OT) New Hampshire Anaheim, CA Arrowhead Pond
2000 North Dakota 4–2 Boston College Providence, RI Providence Civic Center
2001 Boston College 3–2 (OT) North Dakota Albany, NY Pepsi Arena
2002 Minnesota 4–3 (OT) Maine Saint Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center
2003 Minnesota 5–1 New Hampshire Buffalo, NY HSBC Arena
2004 Denver 1–0 Maine Boston, MA FleetCenter
2005 Denver 4–1 North Dakota Columbus, OH Value City Arena
2006 Wisconsin 2–1 Boston College Milwaukee, WI Bradley Center
2007 Michigan State 3–1 Boston College St. Louis, MO Scottrade Center
2008 Boston College 4–1 Notre Dame Denver, CO Pepsi Center
2009 Boston University 4–3 (OT) Miami University Washington, D.C. Verizon Center
2010 Boston College 5–0 Wisconsin Detroit, MI Ford Field
2011 Minnesota-Duluth 3–2 (OT) Michigan Saint Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center
2012 Boston College 4–1 Ferris State Tampa, FL Tampa Bay Times Forum
2013 Yale 4–0 Quinnipiac Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Consol Energy Center
2014 Union 7–4 Minnesota Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Wells Fargo Center

Auflistung nach Titeln[Bearbeiten]

# Universität Anz.
1. Michigan 9
2. Denver 7
North Dakota 7
4. Wisconsin 6
5. Minnesota 5
Boston University 5
7. Boston College 5
8. Michigan State 3
Lake Superior State 3
Michigan Tech 3
11. Maine 2
Rensselaer 2
Cornell 2
Colorado College 2
15. Minnesota-Duluth 1
Northern Michigan 1
Harvard 1
Bowling Green 1
Yale 1
Union 1

Auflistung nach Staat[Bearbeiten]

# Staat Universität Anz.
1. Michigan Michigan (9)
Michigan State (3)
Lake Superior State (3)
Michigan Tech (3)
Northern Michigan (1)
19
2. Massachusetts Boston University (5)
Boston College (5)
Harvard (1)
11
3. Colorado Denver (7)
Colorado College (2)
9
4. North Dakota North Dakota (7) 7
5. Minnesota Minnesota (5)
Minnesota-Duluth (1)
6
Wisconsin Wisconsin (6) 6
7. New York Rensselaer (2)
Cornell (2)
Union (1)
5
8. Maine Maine (2) 2
9. Ohio Bowling Green (1) 1
10. Connecticut Yale (1) 1

Division II[Bearbeiten]

Bis 1999 wurde zusätzlich in einer Division II gespielt, die dann aber aufgrund mangelnder Teilnehmer aufgelöst wurde.

Jahr Meister Ergebnis Vizemeister Bemerkungen
1978 Merrimack 12–2 Lake Forest
1979 Lowell 6–4 Minnesota State
1980 Mankato State 5–2 Elmira
1981 Lowell 5–4 Plattsburgh State
1982 Lowell 6–1 Plattsburgh State
1983 RIT 4–2 Bemidji State
1984 Bemidji State 6–3, 8–1 Merrimack zwei Spiele
1985–1992 nicht ausgetragen
1993 Bemidji State 10–6, 5–0 Mercyhurst Best-of-Three-Serie
1994 Bemidji State 3–5, 2–1, 2–1 (OT) Alabama-Huntsville
1995 Bemidji State 6–2, 5–4 Mercyhurst
1996 Alabama-Huntsville 7–1, 3–0 Bemidji State
1997 Bemidji State 3–2, 4–2 Alabama-Huntsville
1998 Alabama-Huntsville 6–2, 5–2 Bemidji State
1999 Saint Michael’s 4–4, 8–5 New Hampshire College

Division III[Bearbeiten]

Seit 1984 wird in einer dritten Division gespielt, die ihren Namen auch nach der Auflösung der Division II beibehielt.

Jahr Meister Ergebnis Vizemeister
1984 Babson 8–0 Union (N.Y.)
1985 RIT 5–1 Bemidji State
1986 Bemidji State 8–5 Plattsburgh State
1987 Plattsburgh State 8–3 Oswego State
1988 Wisconsin-River Falls 7–1, 3–5, 3–0 Elmira
1989 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 3–3, 3–2 RIT
1990 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 10–1, 3–6, 1–0 Plattsburgh State
1991 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 6–2 Mankato State
1992 Plattsburgh State 7–3 Wisconsin-Stevens Point
1993 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 4–3 (OT) Wisconsin-River Falls
1994 Wisconsin-River Falls 6–4 Wisconsin-Superior
1995 Middlebury 1–0 Fredonia State
1996 Middlebury 3–2 RIT
1997 Middlebury 3–2 Wisconsin-Superior
1998 Middlebury 2–1 Wisconsin-Stevens Point
1999 Middlebury 5–0 Wis.-Superior
2000 Norwich 2–1 St.Thomas (Minn.)
2001 Plattsburgh State 6–2 RIT
2002 Wisconsin-Superior 3–2 (OT) Norwich
2003 Norwich 2–1 Oswego State
2004 Middlebury 1–0 (OT) St. Norbert
2005 Middlebury 5–0 St. Thomas (Minn)
2006 Middlebury 3–0 St. Norbert
2007 Oswego State 4–3 (OT) Middlebury
2008 St. Norbert 2–0 Plattsburgh State
2008 Neumann College 4–1 Gustavus Adolphus
2009 Neumann College 4–1 Gustavus Adolphus
2010 Norwich 2–1 (2OT) St. Norbert
2011 St. Norbert 4–3 Adrian
2012 St. Norbert 4–1 Oswego State
2013 UW-Eau Claire 5–3 Oswego State
2014 St. Norbert 3–1 UW–Stevens Point

Damen[Bearbeiten]

Seit 2001 wird von der NCAA auch die Collegemeisterschaft der Damen ausgespielt. Obwohl es niemals eine „Division II“ gab, heißt die zweite Liga in Anlehnung an die Herrenligen „Division III“.

Division I[Bearbeiten]

Jahr Meister Ergebnis Vizemeister Austragungsort Arena
2001 Minnesota-Duluth 4–2 St. Lawrence Minneapolis, MN Mariucci Arena
2002 Minnesota-Duluth 3–2 Brown Durham, NH Whittemore Center
2003 Minnesota-Duluth 4–3 (2OT) Harvard Duluth, MN DECC
2004 Minnesota 6–2 Harvard Providence, RI Dunkin’ Donuts Center
2005 Minnesota 4–3 Harvard Durham, NH Whittemore Center
2006 Wisconsin 3–0 Minnesota Minneapolis, MN Mariucci Arena
2007 Wisconsin 4–1 Minnesota-Duluth Lake Placid, NY Herb Brooks Arena
2008 Minnesota-Duluth 4–0 Wisconsin Duluth, MN DECC
2009 Wisconsin 5–0 Mercyhurst Boston, MA Agganis Arena
2010 Minnesota-Duluth 3–2 (3OT) Cornell Minneapolis, MN Ridder Arena
2011 Wisconsin 4–1 Boston University Erie, PA Louis J. Tullio Arena
2012 Minnesota 4–2 Wisconsin Duluth, MN Amsoil Arena
2013 Minnesota 6–3 Boston University St. Paul, MN Ridder Arena
2014 Clarkson 5–4 Minnesota Hamden, CT TD Bank Sports Center

Division III[Bearbeiten]

Jahr Meister Ergebnis Vizemeister
2002 Elmira 2–1 Manhattanville
2003 Elmira 5–1 Manhattanville
2004 Middlebury 2–1 Wisconsin-Stevens Point
2005 Middlebury 4–3 Elmira
2006 Middlebury 3–1 Plattsburgh State
2007 Plattsburgh State 2–1 Middlebury
2008 Plattsburgh State 3–2 Manhattanville
2009 Amherst 4–3 (OT) Elmira
2010 Amherst 7–2 Norwich
2011 Norwich 5–2 Rochester Institute
2012 Rochester Institute 4–1 Norwich
2013 Elmira 1–0 Middlebury
2014 Plattsburgh State 9–2 Norwich

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