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2016-2017 Scores

March 17, 2016
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2
3
OT
F
FGCU Eagles
1
1
0
0

2

NYU
0
0
2
1

3

 

March 16, 2017
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
1
1
1

3

Aurora University
1
2
0

3

 

March 15, 2017
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
0
2
3

5

Utah State
1
1
0

2

 

February 11, 2017
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
1
1
0

2

UMASS-Amherst
1
1
0

2

 

February 10, 2017
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
3
1
1

5

UMASS-Amherst
1
0
0

1

 

February 4, 2017
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
3
1
2

6

Davenport
1
0
0

1

 

February 3, 2017
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
2
3
2

7

Davenport
0
0
0

0

 

January 28, 2017
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
0
4
3

7

Towson D-1
1
0
0

1

 

January 27, 2017
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
0
1
3

4

Towson D-1
0
0
2

2

 

January 22, 2017
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
1
2
0

3

Linwood-Belleville
1
1
1

3

 

January 21, 2017
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
0
0
2

2

Davenport
2
0
1

3

 

January 20, 2017
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
1
2
0

3

Grand Valley State
0
0
3

3

 

January 14, 2017
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
0
1
3

4

Michigan State
1
1
2

3

 

January 13, 2017
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
1
3
3

7

Michigan State
1
0
2

3

 

January 7, 2017
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
1
5
1

7

University of Delaware
2
0
2

4

 

January 6, 2017
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
1
3
3

7

University of Delaware
0
0
0

0

 

December 3, 2016
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
1
4
2

7

University of St. Thomas
0
0
1

1

 

December 2, 2016
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
1
3
2

6

University of St. Thomas
0
1
1

2

 

November 18, 2016
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
1
2
2

5

Sacred Heart
0
0
1

1

 

November 13, 2016
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
2
3
1

6

Davenport D-1
2
1
3

6

 

November 13, 2016
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
2
3
1

6

Davenport D-1
2
1
3

6

 

November 11, 2016
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
0
3
0

3

Davenport D-2
2
0
1

3

 

November 4, 2016
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
0
1
1

2

Miami of Ohio
0
0
1

1

 

October 29, 2016
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
5
3
4

12

SUNY – Cortland (D-1)
0
2
1

3

 

October 28, 2016
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
2
2
4

8

SUNY – Cortland (D-1)
0
0
0

0

 

October 22, 2016
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
3
4
2

9

College of the Holy Cross
1
0
0

1

 

October 21, 2016
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
7
4
2

13

College of the Holy Cross
0
1
1

1

 

October 15, 2016
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
2
2
3

7

Merrimack College
0
0
0

0

 

October 14, 2016
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
1
2
4

7

Merrimack College
0
0
1

1

 

Congratulations FGCU D2 Hockey National Championships!

 Championship Final!!!!
March 22, 2016
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
1
1
2

4

Liberty University
0
1
0

1

 

March 21, 2016
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
2
1
2

5

Grand Valley State
1
1
0

2

March 20, 2016
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
1
2
2

5

Arizona State
1
1
0

2

 

March 19, 2016
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
4
3
1

8

Michigan State University
1
3
0

4

March 18, 2016
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
2
5
4

11

Keene State
1
0
0

1

 

Regular Season Scores

W     L

  25     5

 

February 6, 2016
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
3
2
2

7

UCONN
0
1
1

2

 

February 5, 2016
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
1
5
5

11

UCONN
0
0
0

0

 

January 30, 2016
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
1
1
2

4

Liberty University
2
1
2

5

 

January 29, 2016
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
2
0
0

2

Liberty University
2
1
1

4

 

January 23 2016
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
3
0
1

4

Miami of Ohio University
0
0
3

3

 

January 22, 2016
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
1
2
3

6

Miami of Ohio University
1
2
0

3

 

January 22, 2016
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
3
0
1

4

Miami of Ohio University
0
0
3

3

 

January 16, 2016
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
0
1
2

3

Western Michigan University
0
1
1

2

 

January 15, 2016
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
3
1
2

6

Western Michigan University
0
0
4

4

 

January 9, 2016
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
1
3
1

5

University Of Iowa
0
1
0

1

 

January 8, 2016
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
2
4
2

8

University Of Iowa
0
0
0

0

 

December 5, 2015
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
4
4
4

14

New Jersey Institute Of Technology
0
1
0

1

 

December 4, 2015
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
6
11
7

24

New Jersey Institute Of Technology
1
0
0

1

 

November 21, 2015
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
3
1
3

7

Northern Illinois University
0
0
1

1

 

November 20, 2015
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
4
2
9

15

Northern Illinois University
0
0
0

0

 

November 14, 2015
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
4
2
1

7

Liberty University
0
0
0

0

 

November 13, 2015
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
1
0
0

1

Liberty University
2
0
1

3

 

November 7, 2015
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
2
2
0

4

Bryant University
0
2
0

2

 

November 6, 2015
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
6
5
1

12

Bryant University
1
01
1

2

 

October 31, 2015
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
5
5
8

18

University Of Akron
0
1
0

1

 

October 30, 2015
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
5
7
6

18

University Of Akron
1
1
0

2

 

 
October 23, 2015
 
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
0
0
3

3

Central Michigan Chippewas
0
1
0

1

 

 
October 17, 2015
 
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
2
4
4

10

Eastern Michigan University (D1)
0
0
0

0

 

 
October 16, 2015
 
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
2
3
3

8

Eastern Michigan University (D1)
0
1
0

1

 

October 11, 2015
 
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
1
0
2

3

Linden University Belleville Lions
0
3
1

4

 

October 10, 2015
 
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
0
1
1

2

Grand Valley State Lakers
0
3
0

3

 

October 9, 2015
 
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
2
2
2

6

Lindenwood University Lions
0
2
0

0

 

October 3, 2015
 
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
3
4
2

9

University Of Maine Black Bears
0
0
0

0

October 2, 2015
 
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
10
6
6

22

University Of Maine Black Bears
0
0
0

0

 

September 26, 2015
 
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
0
1
5

6

Philadelphia Revolution
0
0
1

1

 

September 25, 2015
 
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2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
5
2
4

11

Philadelphia Revolution
0
1
1

2

Coach Bob Brinkworth proudly welcomes the following players to the 2016-2017 Division 2 FGCU Eagles Hockey Team.

Keaton Arkeilpane

Jason Webb

Trevor Mullaly

Adolph Brink

Walter Malcolm

Matthew Salera

Drake Stimpson

Jacob Leonard

Bradley Rambhajan

Steven Cariglio

Tyler Tracy

Eric Mabie

Brett Yochum

Nathan Pelligra

David Wong

Josh Koerner

Michael Chemello

Jordan Klotz

Logan Garst

Kitt Koolwick

Eduardo Leon

Mark Arnone

Head Coach – Bob Brinkworth
Assistant Coach – Tom Philbin
Assistant Coach – Anthony Yezek
Goalie Coach – Mike Reed
Certified Athletic Trainer – John Young
General Manager – Richard Snizek
Equipment Manager – Kate Wyatt
Sport Clubs Coordinator – Sarah DiStefano
Faculty Advisor – Marc Laviolette

You can download a PDF copy of the Division 2 2016-2017 game schedule by clicking here

FLORIDA GULF COAST UNIVERSITY HOCKEY

DIVISION II 2016-2017 GAME SCHEDULE

 

DATE OPPONENT LOCATION TIME
October 7 Providence College Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
October 8 Providence College Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
October 14 Merrimack College Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
October 15 Merrimack College Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
October 21 Holy Cross Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
October 22 Holy Cross Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
October 28 SUNY Cortland (D1) Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
October 29 SUNY Cortland (D1) Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
November 4 Miami University Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
November 5 Miami University Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
November 11 Davenport University Grand Rapids, Michigan TBD
November 12 Davenport University Grand Rapids, Michigan TBD
November 13 Davenport University (D1) Grand Rapids, Michigan 7:00 PM
November 18 Sacred Heart University Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
November 19 Sacred Heart University Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
December 2 University of St. Thomas Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
December 3 University of St. Thomas Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
January 6 University of Delaware Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
January 7 University of Delaware Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
January 13 Michigan State University Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
January 14 Michigan State University Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
January 20 Grand Valley State University Oxford, Ohio 4:15 PM
January 21 Davenport University Oxford, Ohio 4:15 PM
January 22 Lindenwood University – Belleville Oxford, Ohio 12:45 PM
January 27 Towson (D1) Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
January 28 Towson (D1) Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
February 3 Davenport University Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
February 4 Davenport University Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
February 10 UMass-Amherst Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
February 11 UMass-Amherst Germain Arena – Blue 8:30 PM
February 24 Southeast Regionals Lynchburg, VA Liberty Univ. TBD
February 25 Southeast Regionals Lynchburg, VA Liberty Univ. TBD
February 26 Southeast Regionals Lynchburg, VA Liberty Univ. TBD
March 15 thru
March 19
ACHA D2 National Championships Columbus, OH TBD

Schedule Subject To Change

big logoFGCU Ice Hockey announces that to start off the new season there will be a membership meeting for all interested currently matriculated students of FGCU. It will be held at 3:00PM on Sunday, September 11,2016, at the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, 13600 Treeline Avenue, Ft. Myers, FL 33913. This will be an informational meeting for all attendees. Come meet the coaches, staff, equipment suppliers, volunteers, broadcasting crew, and faculty members that are involved with FGCU Hockey. We will be registering everyone who wants to become part of the club and will be attending the pre-season skates. All pre-season skates will take place at Germain Arena. Please download the Membership Application (link below), fill it out completely and either send it into the address listed, or bring it with you to the meeting. Along with the application, please bring a pen (to fill out paperwork that will be provided at the meeting), 2 (two) copies of your current FGCU Student Identification card, driver’s license, and insurance card. Returning members of FGCU Hockey and/or transfer students are asked to please bring a copy of your most recent college transcripts (through Summer 2016). Along with the application, please bring the application fee ($100) in the form of a check (payable to Eagles Hockey), money order, or cash. Should you forget to bring all items specified above your pre-season skate opportunity may be delayed. All members must register daily before you skate. On day #2, 3, and 4, all members must enter the rink through the double doors in the back of Germain Arena.

Click  to download the Membership Application

Sunday, September 11, 2016 at3:00 PM at the Four Points Sheraton, 13600 Treeline Ave, Ft. Myers, Fl 33913

 

PRE-SEASON DAY #1
PRE-SEASON DAY #2

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Tuesday September 13, 2016

 8:15 PM – 10:30 PM

6:30 AM – 8:45 AM

PRE-SEASON DAY #3
PRE-SEASON DAY #4

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Thursday, September 14, 2016

6:30 AM – 8:45 AM

6:30 AM – 8:45 AM

PRE-SEASON SKATE SESSIONS INFORMATION

ALL PLAYERS MUST ENTER THE RINK THROUGH THE DOUBLE DOORS IN THE BACK OF GERMAIN ARENA AND SIGN-IN AT EVERY SESSION

2016-2017 Practice Schedule

D2:  4:45pm  Monday and Thursday

D3:  6:30am to 7:30am Monday and Wednesday

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The 2016 American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) Men’s Division II Coach of the Year Award goes to Bob Brinkworth of Florida Gulf Coast University, selected by the Head Coaches of the ACHA Men’s Division II.  Bob will be presented his Coach of the Year Award at the annual American Hockey Coaches Association Celebration of Men’s Hockey Banquet on Wednesday, April 27th, and at the ACHA Hall of Fame and Coach of the Year Banquet on Friday, April 29th, at the Naples Beach Hotel and Golf Club, in Naples, Florida.

Bob Brinkworth was humbled to once again find himself the recipient of the 2016 ACHA Men’s Division II Coach of the Year award.  Having spent the last 14 seasons behind the bench of Florida Gulf Coast University’s Ice Hockey Teams, his record going into the season was 332-59-19-5.  For the 2015-2016 regular season, the record was 25-5-0 and post season, 5-0-0.  FGCU has made many national tournament appearances in the last several years; but it was at nationals this year, in West Chester, Pennsylvania, that Bob led the team to their second ACHA national championship in 4 years.

He has brought so much more to the team than just his knowledge of the game.  Bob is very involved on every level, from helping to guide the team to success and working to raise funds, to encouraging each and every player to be the best they can be, both on and off the ice.  He leads by example; always putting forth the maximum effort.

Bob began skating and playing hockey at a very young age in Toronto, Ontario, and attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) in Troy, New York.  He played three years of NCAA Division 1 level hockey and was named “ECAC Rookie of the Year,” as well as “ECAC Player of the Year” two years in a row.  He earned 216 points in 71 games at RPI, and is tied with Adam Oates as the third leading scorer in Rensselaer hockey history.  Bob was name as All-American twice, and is considered to be one of the best captains in RPI sports’ history.  He was recently inducted into the RPI Ring of Honor to join the likes of Joe Juneau, Adam Oates, and Ned Harkness.

Drafted by the Montreal Canadiens upon graduation, Bob immediately turned pro.  He started his professional career with the Omaha Knights of the Central Professional Hockey League (CPHL), then played in the American Hockey League (AHL) for the Providence Reds and the Baltimore Clippers.  He helped capture two Turner Cups while playing in the International Hockey League (IHL).  Bob played for the Port Huron Wings, the Detroit Red Wings’ farm team, from 1970-1974, and  retired from professional hockey after nine seasons.  He amassed 335 points as a pro.  Bob went on to a very successful coaching career which began in the Michigan hockey system with such notable teams as Little Caesars “AAA” Hockey Club, and continued on to coach at the amateur and professional level.  He helped produce National Hockey League standouts Adam Burt, formerly of the Carolina Hurricanes, and Mike Modano, of the Dallas Stars.

Coach Brinkworth was honored as the 2009 ACHA Men’s Division II Coach of Year; and was selected to serve as assistant coach for the 2009-2010 ACHA Division II Select team, which travelled overseas to compete against semi-professional teams in Europe.  In 2012, he was selected to be the head coach and stand behind the bench for the ACHA Division II Selects, again.  At the conclusion of the 2014-2015 season, he was awarded the ACHA Division II Best Coach in the Southeast Region by his peers.

The entire FGCU Hockey community is very proud of Coach Brinkworth’s accomplishments, and look forward to many more years of collaborating to make hockey history.

 

The DII National Championship game and Florida Gulf Coast University have become synonymous in recent years as the Eagles entered 2015-16 on the heels of two-straight title game appearances and only three years removed from their 2012 title.

FGCU suffered a pair of tough letdowns in Boston and Utah the last two years, losing to New Hampshire (2014) and New York University (2015) in each respective tournament. The pair of title game losses dropped the Eagles’ record in the final to 1-3 overall with their lone triumph coming over defending champions, Grand Valley State University in 2012.

The Eagles found their way this spring, triumphing over Liberty, 4-1, to capture their second National Championship.

The last two seasons were extremely tough on our group,” Matthew Maida, FGCU Director of Communications said. “It took a tremendous amount of courage and hard work for our team to get back to the championship game again in 2016 in West Chester, PA.

“To finally pull through on our third straight finals appearance was as much a relief as it was a crowning achievement for a group who could have easily won Nationals three years in a row.”

The current crop of Eagles may not realize it, but their struggles the last two years and their success this season is nearly a mirror image of the team they dispatched in West Chester. Entering the 2012 finals, GVSU was looking to defend their title before being toppled by FGCU. The Lakers would fall in the 2013 title game as well, marking a three-year run with a 1-2 record in the title game.

FGCU’s current group of seniors were on hand to take up the runner-up mantle from GVSU for the next two years, a trend they were able to finally buck this year.

“We had a large senior class this season and it was especially important to get the job done before these young men graduated and went on their separate ways,” Maida said. “When you compete together and win a championship together, you become instantly bonded for life and I think our graduating seniors will appreciate this even more as the years pass and they reflect on their time with the Eagles.”

Early struggles were a theme of FGCU’s recent title game struggles and they were in danger of repeating the same pattern, giving Liberty an early edge in shots to begin the game. However, it was a tremendous team effort from scoring leader Dillon Duprey that opened the scoring for the Eagles.

Liberty struck back in the middle frame on a power play tally from Ben Freymond. Freymond’s point shot found its way past MIke Reed to snap a lengthy extra man drought for the Flames.

The tie would be short lived, however, as the Eagles retook the lead with just 15 seconds remaining in the second as Mike Chemello stuffed in a rebound after a late-period faceoff. The poession started after a late rush from Dan Echeverri that forced an offensive zone draw for the Eagles. An even draw led to a loose puck that was jammed to the nearside post by Echeverri where Chemello managed to find the rebound just outside the paint.

Reed and the Eagles defense would carry the load over the final 20 minutes as Chemello’s late second period goal would go down as the winner.

FGCU didn’t necessarily need a second National Title to cement their status as a DII powerhouse. The organization has been amongst the most successful in the ACHA over the past five-plus years, the 2016 title merely crowns one of the nation’s strongest programs.

The Eagles have continuously drawn elite talents from across the country as the warm weather and on-ice success of Southwest Florida serve as a draw for nearly every type of player.

“The quality of the players that are interested and attracted to FGCU for both their education and the sport of hockey improves every season, so much so that we have even started to get inquiries from NCAA D1 players looking for a change,” Madia said. I could never had imagined the hockey would get so competitive and the player personnel so talented when we started and every season we are still surprised at just how good our recruits are when they hit the ice.”

FGCU’s roster has grown to include players from the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe and even South America. 2016 Tournament MVP Daniel Echeverri has gained notoriety not only for his play on the ice, but his Colombian roots. His heritage is something the FGCU organization is proud to advertise as his on and off-ice success serves as a hallmark for the hockey program and the university as a whole.

Of course, you don’t have to look further than the last three National Championship games to see just how much growth the FGCU program has gone through on the ice.

National Championship Team Picture

National Championship Trophy

National Championship Team Medal

Eagles Finish Second Best in Back-to-Back Seasons

March 25, 2015
news_national-finalistsThe Florida Gulf Coast University club ice hockey team lost, 5-4, to New York University in the American Collegiate Hockey Association Division II Championship Game in Salt Lake City on Tuesday night. NYU scored three goals in the first period before the Eagles got on the board on a late goal by Mike Gutowitz. But NYU added a pair of goals in the second to build a 5-1 lead. The Eagles came back with goals by Mike Chemello and Jordan Klotz… click here for full story

FGCU makes finals

FGCU Headed to Salt Lake City in March

February 11, 2015
news15_nationalsThe Florida Gulf Coast University hockey club concluded its season last weekend. The DII team almost claimed a perfect season. However, U Mass Amherst gave FGCU a rough weekend. The Eagles went to overtime Friday night against the Minutemen. Mike Chemello scored the game-winning goal, giving the Eagles their 26th win. However, Saturday night, the Eagles went down 3-1 in the second period and couldn’t climb back from the deficit, losing their…click here for full story

Eagles Set to Host Michigan State Spartans and Michigan Wolverines

January 13, 2015
news15_michigan-stateDespite the funding battle that Florida Gulf Coast University’s hockey club fought throughout the first half of the season, the Eagles didn’t let it deter their focus and positive attitudes. For the first time in program history, the Division II hockey team won every game throughout the first half of the season. The Eagles now stand at 19-0 after defeating the Illinois State Redbirds last Friday and Saturday nights, 8-1 & 5-2. According to the club’s director of communication… click here for full story

D2 Scoreboard
March 17, 2016
1
2
3
OT
F
FGCU Eagles
1
1
0
0

2

NYU
0
0
2
1

3

 
March 16, 2017
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
1
1
1

3

Aurora University
1
2
0

3

 
March 15, 2017
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
0
2
3

5

Utah State
1
1
0

2

 
D3 Scoreboard
March 17, 2017
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
1
0
1

2

Calvin
1
0
2

3

 
March 16, 2017
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
1
1
2

4

Marquette University
1
1
0

2

 
March 15, 2017
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
2
4
1

7

South Connecticut
1
0
0

1

 
March 14, 2017
1
2
3
F
FGCU Eagles
2
0
0

2

Adrian College
0
1
0

1

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Last week both D2 and D3 FGCU Eagles Hockey attended the National Championships in Columbus, OH. D3 made it to the semi-finals and D2 unfortunately didn't make it out of pool play (losing in OT to NYU...

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Congratulations to both the entire D2 and D3 teams including all players, coaches, staff, volunteers, and fans on a fantastic 2016-2017 Season of FGCU Eagles Hockey! #SolidHockeyProgram

We will be back for more National Championship runs in 2017-2018! Stay tuned and get ready! #TraditionOfHockeyExcellence
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Final score: Calvin 3 FGCU 2

Calvin will advance to the Championship game
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D3: End of second period score still tied 1-1 ... See MoreSee Less

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NYU gets the overtime goal to win and advance to the semi-final round. ... See MoreSee Less

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End of third period score still tied 2-2; going to overtime! ... See MoreSee Less

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End of second period: FGCU 2 NYU 0 ... See MoreSee Less

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D2 v NYU
End of first period FGCU 1 NYU 0
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