This is the 2019-20 Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Women's hockey season.
- The Northland Lumberjills leave the conference to join the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
- On May 27, 2020 the College of St. Scholastica 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.
|Northern Collegiate Hockey Association||Overall Record|
|Lake Forest Foresters||16||12||3||1||59||24||25||28||16||11||1||76||60|
|St. Scholastica Saints||15||8||4||3||37||25||19||29||15||10||4||65||47|
|St. Norbert Green Knights||16||7||9||0||30||42||14||27||8||19||0||41||85|
Slaats Cup TournamentEdit
The top six teams qualify for the playoffs. The top seed plays the six seed, 2 plays 5 and 3 plays four in the first to three point quarterfinals. A mini game will be played if the series is tied. The highest seeded quarterfinal winner advances to the final and the other two quarterfinal winners meet in a single game semifinal with the winner meeting the highest seeded team in the tournament championship. The semifinal and final rounds are held at the rink of the highest seeded quarterfinal winner. The conference tournament champion earns the conference's automatic bid to the 2020 NCAA Division III Women's Ice Hockey Tournament.
- Adrian Bulldogs defeated St. Norbert Green Knights 2 games to none
- Lake Forest Foresters defeated Concordia Falcons 2 games to 1
- St. Scholastica Saints defeated Aurora Spartans 2 games to none