|Boston State Warriors|
|Institution:||Boston State College|
|Colors:||Green and Gold|
|Conference:||ECAC Division II|
The Boston State Warriors were a men's NCAA Division II ice hockey team representing Boston State College in Boston, Massachusetts. The team was in existence since 1961 until 1982 when the school was merged into the University of Massachusetts at Boston. The school was based in the Longwood Medical Area in Boston. The former location is now the Massachusetts College of Art.
The team played in ECAC's Division II and the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference during its existence. The team produced of what has been to date only one of three (Clarkson Golden Knights 1955-56 and Cornell Big Red 1969-70) undefeated-untied seasons in 1965-66.
The most noted player for the team was Bill Berglund.
For a continuation of the team please see Mass-Boston Beacons.
Conferences[edit | edit source]
- College Division Independent (1962-1966)
- ECAC Division II (1966-1981)
Arenas[edit | edit source]
- No set home arena. But due to it's location along Commonwealth Avenue in Boston likely "home rinks" would have included Boston Arena (now known as Matthews Arena) (1962-1981) and Walter Brown Arena (1971-1981). Both of which are within a mile of the former campus location.
Head Coaches[edit | edit source]
- Eddie Barry (1962-1981)
Year by Year Record[edit | edit source]
|College Division Independent||Overall Record|
|ECAC Division II||Overall Record|
|1971-72||23||13||10||0||120||114||.565||7th||L, QF 9-5 (Buffalo)||27||14||13||0||136||144|
|1973-74||24||13||9||2||119||104||.583||9th||L, QF 7-4 (Massachusetts)||31||18||11||2|
|Did not play for 1981-82 season as college being merged with University of Massachusetts Boston|
NAIA/NCAA Tournament Appearances[edit | edit source]
|Season||First Round||Quarterfinals||Semifinals||Championship||Third Place|
|1968||N/A||N/A||L, 11-0 (Bemidji St)||--||
L, 7-6 (Gustavus Adolphus)
|1973||N/A||L, 8-1 (Bemidji St)|
For a continuation of the program please see Mass-Boston Beacons men's ice hockey.