Texas Hockey

2017 Standings

Rank Rank Team Team Games Played GP Wins W OTL OTL Losses L Losses Total L Points P
1 Texas A&M University 15 12 2 1 3 38
2 University of Texas 14 12 0 2 2 36
3 Dallas Baptist University 16 9 1 6 7 27
4 University of Texas- El Paso 11 8 0 3 3 21
5 University of North Texas 7 4 0 3 3 12
6 Texas Christian University 12 2 1 9 10 7
7 Texas State University 11 1 0 10 10 3
8 Texas Tech University 10 0 0 10 10 0

Recent Games

Saturday, Dec 9 Score
Texas A&M University 2
University of Texas 1
Saturday, Nov 18 Score
University of Texas 10
Dallas Baptist University 9
Friday, Nov 17 Score
University of Texas 6
Dallas Baptist University 3
Saturday, Nov 11 Score
Texas Christian University 2
University of Texas- El Paso 3

Upcoming Games

Friday, Sep 8 TBA
East Texas Baptist University
Texas State University
Saturday, Sep 9 TBA
East Texas Baptist University
Texas State University
Friday, Sep 15 TBA
Texas A&M University
East Texas Baptist University
Saturday, Sep 16 TBA
Texas A&M University
East Texas Baptist University

What is the Texas Collegiate Hockey Conference?

League History: 

The Texas Collegiate Hockey Conference was founded in 2016 to bring organization and structure to the Texas teams competing for the ACHA Regional Tournament.

Team Overview: 

The following teams compete in the Texas Collegiate Hockey Conference: Dallas Baptist University, Texas A&M University, Texas Christian University, Texas State University, Texas Tech University, the University of North Texas, the University of Texas- El Paso, and the University of Texas.

The TCHC has named Garret Cox of the University of Texas TCHC Player of the Week for Week 2.

#16, Texas A&M, Huston Svondrk.  Huston is a sophomore at A&M majoring in biomedical sciences.  In A&M’s first two games of the season Huston recorded 3 goals and 4 assists as A&M split a weekend series in Shreveport against ETBU.

Update: Only two spots remain for the 2017 TCHC Recruitment Camp

Click for more information about the TCHC 2017 Recruitment Camp Schedule.