This is the 2019-20 Western Collegiate Hockey Association Women's season. This is the league's 21st season.
Membership Changes[edit | edit source]
Membership[edit | edit source]
Standings[edit | edit source]
Teams are awarded 3 points for a regulation or overtime win and 1 point for an overtime tie. If the game is tied after the five minute overtime period the game goes to a three round shootout. The shoot out winning team is awarded an extra point in the standings. The NCAA considers games determined in a shootout as a tie.
|Western Collegiate Hockey Association||Overall Record|
|Minnesota Golden Gophers||24||17||1||5||2||86||40||54||36||27||6||3||140||61|
|Ohio State Buckeyes||24||13||2||6||5||81||56||46||38||24||8||6||121||82|
|Bemidji State Beavers||24||9||0||13||2||48||68||29||37||16||18||3||71||91|
|Minnesota State Mavericks||24||4||3||16||4||40||83||19||37||11||20||6||71||108|
|St. Cloud State Huskies||24||2||0||21||1||32||98||7||35||6||25||4||62||122|
Conference Tournament[edit | edit source]
Format[edit | edit source]
All seven teams qualify for the conference tournament. The quarterfinals are best-of-three at the higher seeded team with the top seed receiving a bye to the semifinals. The semifinals and finals are single elimination known as the 2020 WCHA Final Face-Off. The tournament champion earns the conference's automatic bid to the 2020 NCAA Women's Ice Hockey Tournament.
Quarterfinals[edit | edit source]
- Minnesota Golden Gophers defeated St. Cloud State Huskies 2 games to none
- Ohio State Buckeyes defeated Minnesota State Mavericks 2 games to none
- Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs defeated Bemidji State Beavers 2 games to 1
Semifinals[edit | edit source]
- Wisconsin Badgers defeated Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs 4-1
- Ohio State Buckeyes defeated Minnesota Golden Gophers 4-3 (ot)