Blue Ridge Hockey Conference
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ACHA Division III


Arlington, VA


Ray Campbell


The Blue Ridge Hockey Conference (abbreviated as BRHC) is an American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) club hockey conference located in four states; Maryland, Virginia, North and South Carolina, as well as Washington, D.C. Since its formation in 2001, it has sent 4 tournament champions to the ACHA tournament.

With 24 members, the BRHC is the largest collegiate hockey conference in America. Maryland joined the conference on March 26, leaving the Mason-Dixon Collegiate Hockey Association. On May 12, Elon became the newest member, and will play in the Carolina Division, replacing UNC Wilmington, who are now in the Colonial Division.


Atlantic DivisionEdit

Team Location Stadium Joined
George Mason Fairfax, VA Kettler Iceplex 2008
James Madison Harrisonburg, VA Charlottesville Ice Park 2009
Liberty Lynchburg, VA LaHaye Ice Center 2010
Maryland Annapolis, MD Gardens Ice House 2011
NVCC Annandale, VA Mt. Vernon Ice Rink 2008
Old Dominion Norfolk, VA Iceland 2004
Radford Radford, VA Roanoke Civic Center 2001
Roanoke Roanoke, VA Roanoke Civic Center 2010
VMI Lexington, VA LaHaye Ice Center 2004
William and Mary Williamsburg, VA Hampton Roads Ice Plex 2002

Carolina DivisionEdit

Team Location Stadium Joined
Appalachian State Boone, NC Extreme Ice Center 2008
College of Charleston Charleston, SC Carolina Ice Palace 2010
Elon Elon, NC Greensboro Ice House 2011
Johnson and Wales Charlotte, NC Extreme Ice Center
Time Warner Cable Arena
The Citadel Charleston, SC Carolina Ice Palace 2008
UNC Charlotte Charlotte, NC Extreme Ice Center 2007
Wake Forest Winston Salem, NC Factory Ice House 2009

Colonial DivisionEdit

Team Location Stadium Joined
Catholic Washington, DC Fort Dupont Ice Arena 2009
Christopher Newport Newport News, VA Hampton Roads Ice Plex 2005
Loyola Baltimore, MD Ice World 2008
Richmond Richmond, VA Richmond Ice Zone 2008
Salisbury Salisbury, MD Centre Ice Rink 2008
UNC Wilmington Wilmington, NC Wilmington Ice House 2005
VCU Richmond, VA Richmond Skate Nation 2008

Champions Year-by-YearEdit

Year Team
2001-02 Charleston Colonials
2002-03 Appalachian State
2003-04 Richmond
2004-05 Richmond
2005-06 Richmond
2006-07 Richmond
2007-08 Old Dominion
2008-09 VCU
2009-10 Appalachian State
2010-11 William and Mary

Colonial Division ChampionsEdit

Year Team
2008-09 George Washington
2009-10 Loyola

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