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This is the 2019-20 Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Women's hockey season.

Membership ChangesEdit

  • The conference announced on May 22, 2019 that the St. Thomas Tommies will be involuntarily removed from the conference in all sports after the 2020-21 academic year. The decision was made after consideration with the other members of the conference as St. Thomas has accounted for nearly half of the conference championships in all sports from 2003 to 2018. The school is leaving the conference in good standing.[1]
  • The St. Benedict Blazers are renamed the St. Benedict Bennies


MembershipEdit

Team Location Arena
Augsburg Auggies Minneapolis, Minnesota Ed Saugestad Rink
Bethel Royals Arden Hills, Minnesota Bethel University Arena
Concordia Cobbers Moorhead, Minnesota Moorhead Sports Center
Gustavus Adolphus Golden Gusties St. Peter, Minnesota Don Roberts Arena
Hamline Pipers St. Paul, Minnesota TRIA Rink at Treasure Island Center
St. Benedict Bennies St. Joseph, Minnesota Dave Torrey Arena
St. Catherine Wildcats St. Paul, Minnesota Drake Arena
St. Mary's Cardinals Winona, Minnesota St. Mary's Ice Arena
St. Olaf Oles Northfield, Minnesota St. Olaf Ice Arena
St. Thomas Tommies St. Paul, Minnesota St. Thomas Ice Arena

StandingsEdit

Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Overall Record
Team GP W L T GF GA Pts GP W L T GF GA
Gustavus Adolphus Golden Gusties 18 15 1 2 67 17 32 28 22 4 2 91 29
Hamline Pipers 18 14 1 3 89 26 31 26 18 4 4 115 43
Augsburg Auggies 18 15 3 0 58 25 30 27 21 6 0 83 41
St. Thomas Tommies 18 11 6 1 58 31 23 26 12 10 4 71 48
St. Mary's Cardinals 18 6 10 2 40 48 14 27 10 14 3 62 71
Bethel Royals 18 6 10 2 27 43 14 25 8 15 2 41 61
Concordia Cobbers 18 6 12 0 37 59 12 25 8 17 0 48 82
St. Benedict Bennies 18 6 12 0 31 52 12 24 11 12 1 55 58
St. Catherine Wildcats 18 5 11 2 26 61 12 24 8 14 2 53 79
St. Olaf Oles 18 0 18 0 17 88 0 25 0 23 2 24 112

Conference TournamentEdit

The top five teams qualify for the conference tournament. The tournament champion earns the conference's automatic bid to the 2020 NCAA Division III Women's Ice Hockey Tournament.

QuarterfinalEdit

SemifinalsEdit

FinalEdit

ReferencesEdit

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