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Super East Collegiate Hockey League (SECHL)
Super East Collegiate Hockey League (SECHL) logo
Established 1995
[[ACHA]] Division II
Members 8
Sports fielded Men's ice hockey
Region Northeast
Headquarters ,
Commissioner Ben Adams
Website Official website

The Super East Collegiate Hockey League (SECHL) is a collegiate club hockey league that plays at Division II of the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) at Division II.

The SECHL is one of the top leagues competing at ACHA Division II and play at a similar skill level to ACHA Division I and NCAA Division III. Four previous SECHL members (Rutgers University[note 1], Drexel University, Stony Brook University, and New York University) have moved their programs to the ACHA Division I level. The league is very selective in accepting members and is made up of universities that recognize the importance of ice hockey.


Each team plays 14 conference games during a season against fellow SECHL teams, with one on the road and one at their home venue.

The top six teams qualify for the league playoffs which are held over the course of one weekend at the venue of the previous year's champion. All playoff games are single elimination with the winner advancing to the next round. The first and second seeds receive byes into the semifinal round while the remaining four teams play in the quarterfinals.

Current teams[]

Institution City/State Nickname Primary Conference
Army[note 2] West Point, New York Black Knights Patriot League
Montclair State University Montclair, New Jersey Red Hawks New Jersey Athletic Conference
Sacred Heart University[note 3] Fairfield, Connecticut Pioneers Northeast Conference
Marist College Poughkeepsie, New York Red Foxes Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference
Siena College Loudonville, New York Saints Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference
University of New Hampshire[note 4] Durham, New Hampshire Wildcats America East Conference
Central Connecticut State University New Britain, Connecticut Blue Devils Northeast Conference
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute[note 5] Troy, New York Engineers Liberty League

Former members[]

See also[]


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