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 State University


The Texas State Ice Hockey team is a registered Sports Club at Texas State University in beautiful San Marcos, Texas. The team was granted official Sports Club status in the spring of 2011 and began play in the 2011 – 2012 season. The team was founded by inaugural team president TJ Wolling. TJ’s love of hockey and countless hours of preparation resulted in Texas State University joining the American Collegiate Hockey Association as a Division 2 team. The first coach was the Gerry Wade. The team played at Chaparral Ice rink in Austin on a limited budget and played games in practice jerseys to conserve funds for practice ice and games.

The second and third years (2012-2013 and 2013-2014 seasons) of the team saw growth in the number of players. New arrivals Dominic Girard, Ehsan Arami, Myles Adair, Jason Crabtree, Sean Wilson, and Hayden Ray would form a nucleus that would guide the team for a few years. The arrival of new head coach Bob Smith and assistant coach David McShane added professional coaching and a bigger budget for the team. Coach Smith was a large contributor to the team finances during his two years guiding the Bobcats. The team continued to play and practice at Chaparral Ice in Austin.

In the fourth and fifth years (2014-2015 and 2015-2016 seasons) of the team one of the major happenings included a move to the Ice and Golf Center at Northwoods in San Antonio. The gaining of head coach Cosmo Dupaul, and a new culture spurred by player Myles Adair guided the team toward a direction of success. Coach Cosmo DePaul was drafted in the fourth round, 91st overall pick in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft by the Ottawa Senators. Coach DePaul brings a wealth of hockey knowledge and 12 years of professional playing experience to the young men he is coaching. New players Kyle Hughes, Connor Roche, Scott Brownrigg, Christian Chase and Matt Hill added to the core of top line players on the team.

In summarizing the five years that have passed the club has gone from a rag-tag outfit to a truly professionally group. The program has seen major growth in its popularity and prestige around campus each year due to dedicated members, alumni, parents and volunteers. The home games have become a must go to on Saturday nights at 9:45 at Northwoods. The rink is consistently packed with vocal fans cheering on their beloved Bobcats. With the lively college atmosphere of the San Marcos Square and the massive growth in enrollment at Texas State University, the hockey program has thrived within the central Texas region. We forgot to mention the San Marcos River that runs through campus is 70 degrees year round!

The program places emphasis on Academic Performance, Community Leadership & Standards of Play consistent with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).



Texas State University Standings

Rank R Team Team Games Played GP Wins W OTL OTL Losses L Losses Total L Points P
5 Texas State University 16 7 0 9 9 21