This is the 2019-20 Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Women's hockey season.
- 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.
- The St. Benedict Blazers are renamed the St. Benedict Bennies
- On May 27, 2020 the College of St. Scholsatica announced that the St. Scholastica Saints men's ice hockey and St. Scholastica Saints women's ice hockey teams would be joining the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference from the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association for the 2021-22 playing season replacing the St. Thomas Tommies (NCAA) men's ice hockey and St. Thomas Tommies (NCAA) women's ice hockey teams respectively.
|Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference||Overall Record|
|Gustavus Adolphus Golden Gusties||18||15||1||2||67||17||32||28||22||4||2||91||29|
|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|
|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|
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.
- Gustavus Adolphus Golden Gusties defeated St. Mary's Cardinals 4-1
- Augsburg Auggies defeated Hamline Pipers 2-1 (ot)