This is the 2019-20 Colonial Hockey Conference Women's hockey season. This is the conference's fourth and final season.
On October 4, 2019 the Commonwealth Coast Conference announced it would be starting to sponsor women's hockey. It will assume operations of the Colonial Hockey Conference. As part of the announcement it was announced that the Suffolk Rams would be joining the conference for 2020-21 and that Western New England Golden Bears would be starting a women's team for 2020-21. This will make six of the seven members of the CHC also being full members of the CCC with the Becker Hawks being an associate member of the conference for both men's and women's hockey. With having seven members the conference will retain its automatic bid to the NCAA tournament.
On February 13, 2020 Curry College announced that the college would be adding women's ice hockey as a varsity sport starting with the 2021-22 season when the conference has already been changed into the CCC giving the conference eight members.
- The Canton Kangaroos and Morrisville Mustangs join the Northeast Women's Hockey League for the 2019-20 season.
|Colonial Hockey Conference||Overall Record|
|University of New England Nor'Easters||16||10||4||2||39||21||22||25||15||8||2||62||39|
|Salve Regina Seahawks||16||3||11||2||28||52||8||27||7||17||3||50||85|
Single elimination tournament. The fourth place team hosts the fifth place team in the first round. The winner then place the first place team while the second and third place teams meet in the semifinals. The semifinal winners meet for the conference championship.
- Endicott Gulls defeated Salve Regina Seahawks 4-0
- University of New England Nor'Easters defeated Nichols Bison 3-2