Slater Family Ice Arena
Location Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, Ohio, USA
Broke ground Spring, 1965
Opened February 25, 1967
Owner Bowling Green State University
Operator Bowling Green State University
Surface 200' x 85'(hockey)
Construction cost $1.8 million
Architect Buegher & Stowe, Toledo, Ohio
Former names Bowling Green State University Ice Arena
Tenants Bowling Green Falcons
(ice hockey)
Capacity 5,000 (hockey)

The Slater Family Ice Arena formerly the Bowling Green State University Ice Arena is a 5,000-seat hockey arena in Bowling Green, Ohio. It is home to the BGSU Falcons ice hockey team of the CCHA. It was built from 1965 to 1967 for a cost of $1.8 million and opened in February 1967. The arena originally had seating for 2,863 until 1989 when it was expanded to its current size of 5,000. The arena was renamed in 2016

In addition to the main, 200x85, ice sheet, the arena also houses a 80’ X 40’ Studio Ice sheet for figure skating and learn-to-skate programs on the East side of the arena; and a 57' X 150' Curling Ice Sheet on the South end of the building.

Ice Hockey[edit | edit source]

  • Bowling Green State University's National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I men's team competes in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA). The team began in 1969 and played in the MCHA for the first two seasons before joining the CCHA as a charter member for the 1971-72 season.
  • BGSU men's club team- ACHA Division II/GLIHA
  • BGSU women's club team (independent)
  • Bowling Green High School varsity and junior varsity teams
  • BGSU intramural broomball, curling, and hockey
  • Bowling Green Youth Hockey Association

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