Vikings" (now referred to as "Vikes") is the name of the sports teams from the University of Victoria, located in Victoria, British Columbia. U Vic is a member of the (CWUAA) and Canada West Universities Athletic Association (formerly known as U Sports CIS). They have not participated in the men's hockey league since 1973. They do operate a team in the , and have done so since the league's inception in BCIHL 2005-06.
Season-by-Season Records Table
University Seasons: 1969-70 to 1972-73
The Vikings' stay in the "big leagues" was, by any measure, inglorious. Their best season was in 1971 when they went 3-17, the only season where they won a game. That's right, three 0-for seasons out of four. Their overall record was 3-75.
- The WCIAA played a two division format in 1971-72: West (W) and East (E).
- † Indicates University of Victoria forfeited one game to University of Saskatchewan in 1971-72.
BCIHL Seasons: 2005-06 to present
Note: Until 2011-12 there were tie games in the regular season and a playoff tournament was held.
Note: From 2012-13 onwards the top 4 teams qualified for best-of-three semi-finals and all regular season games were decided by overtime or shootout.
BCIHL: 2007, 2009, 2012, 2017
2017 Victoria v Trinity Western
2017 Victoria winning cup
2017 Victoria Vikings - BCIHL Champions
2017 new conference logo
Selkirk College Saints (PWAA - CCAA)
Simon Fraser Clan (GNAC - NCAA)
Trinity Western Spartans (CWUAA - CIS)
Vancouver Island Mariners (PWAA - CCAA)
Victoria Vikings (CWUAA - CIS)
Eastern Washington Eagles (2012-2018) (Big Sky - NCAA)
Fraser Valley Cascades (2006-2011) (CWUAA - CIS)
Okanagan College Coyotes (2010-2012) (PWAA - CCAA)
UNBC Timberwolves (2006) (CWUAA - CIS)
Thompson Rivers Wolfpack (2010-14) (CWUAA - CIS)
Canada West Teams