Texas Hockey

2016 Standings

Rank Rank Team Team Games Played GP Wins W OTL OTL Losses L Losses Total L Points P
1 University of Texas- El Paso 18 16 0 2 2 47
2 Texas A&M University 17 13 1 3 4 40
3 Dallas Baptist University 17 11 1 5 6 34
4 University of Texas 17 8 1 8 9 24
5 Texas State University 16 7 0 9 9 21
6 Texas Tech University 16 7 0 9 9 20
7 University of North Texas 17 4 0 13 13 11
8 Texas Christian University 18 2 1 15 16 7

Recent Games

Sunday, Jan 15 Score
Texas Christian University 3
Texas Tech University 7
Sunday, Jan 15 Score
Texas State University 2
University of Texas- El Paso 7
Saturday, Jan 14 Score
Texas Christian University 4
Texas Tech University 5
Saturday, Jan 14 Score
Texas State University 0
University of Texas- El Paso 3

Upcoming Games

There are no recent games for the 2016 season

Texas A&M University

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In 1997 a group of students once again put together an A&M Ice Hockey team and started playing teams from other universities. One big problem faced the A&M Ice Hockey team during this time…there was no ice rink within 100 miles of College Station, so the students found themselves driving to Austin or Houston for practices and games.

Looking back, it was the dedication, determination, and the passion of the game from those student’s that paved the way for today’s A&M Ice Hockey Team.

In 2001, the Texas A&M Ice Hockey Team became an official Club Sport of the University.

In 2005, as the sport was growing across cities in the state and having success at the professional, college, and high school levels, so the City of College Station, along with some private investors, constructed a local ice rink, Arctic Wolf Ice Center, which the Aggies now call home

In 2008, the Aggies finished the season at 20-5-1 and an ACHA National Division II ranking of #14 in the West Region.

In 2009, the Aggies finished with an ACHA National Division II ranking of #10 in the West Region and made the Regional Playoffs for the first time in team history.

In 2010, the Aggies again finished in the Top 10 of the ACHA West Region and made the Regional Playoffs.

In 2012, the ice rink was purchased by a private investor and the name was changed to Spirit Ice Arena. The Texas A&M Ice Hockey Team finished at #10 in the rankings, making the ACHA West Region playoffs now three out of the last four years.

In 2013, the team reached a #7 ranking for the first time in team history reflecting the growth of the program and the identity of the team in the Division II level.

The Aggies finished the 2014 season with their highest ever ranking at #8 and once again made the ACHA Division II West Regional Playoffs.

Finishing the 2015 season ranked #16, the Aggies just missed the cut for the West Regional Playoffs. This year The Aggies look to get back to regionals with many returning players and a strong incoming core.

The number of students trying out for the team each year has dramatically increased and the team has become very competitive in the Division II level of College Hockey.

Yes, the future is bright for Ice Hockey at Texas A&M and appears to be yet another avenue for the “Building Champions” theme of the University.

Texas A&M University Standings

Rank R Team Team Games Played GP Wins W OTL OTL Losses L Losses Total L Points P
2 Texas A&M University 17 13 1 3 4 40