NCHC Snapshot: Colorado College

It seems like we say this every year, but Colorado College should be much more competitive in 2022-23. The good: Everyone that recorded 13 or more points for the Tigers last season is returning. The bad: Only seven skaters on last year's team even met that threshold. CC, which finished 50th in the NCAA in … Continue reading NCHC Snapshot: Colorado College

Oh tee: MU falls again in overtime

Miami was 15 seconds away from extending its unbeaten streak to three games for the first time in 3½ years. But Colorado College's Hunter McKown completed his hat trick in the final seconds of 3-on-3 overtime as the Tigers edged the RedHawks, 4-3 at Ed Robson Arena on Friday. Miami (6-21-2) dropped to 2-4-1 when … Continue reading Oh tee: MU falls again in overtime

Preview: Miami at Colorado College

For the majority of the NCHC's nine-year existence, the contenders for the league standings basement have been Miami and Colorado College. But the Tigers have dominated the RedHawks the past five seasons, going 9-2-2 in their last 13 meetings. Strangely, Miami has fared much better in Colorado Springs, at over 6,500 feet altitude, going 2-3-1 … Continue reading Preview: Miami at Colorado College

CC sweeps Miami on late goal

OXFORD, Ohio – Three times Miami took the lead and on each occasion, Colorado College matched that tally. Miami forward P.J. Fletcher. (photo by Cathy Lachmann/VFTG). Then the Tigers took their first and only lead of the game in the closing minutes of regulation and held on for a 4-3 win over the RedHawks at … Continue reading CC sweeps Miami on late goal

Preview: Colo. College at Miami

The last time Colorado College visited Oxford former Miami coach Enrico Blasi chased down the officials after the series finale and was ultimately reprimanded by the league. The RedHawks lost both ends of that set and sadly are just 2-7-2 in their last 11 against the only other NCHC foe that has been a regular … Continue reading Preview: Colo. College at Miami

NCHC Snapshot: Colorado College

Colorado College opens Ed Robson Arena this fall, a beautiful 3,000-plus seat on-campus facility, and that will certainly benefit recruitment. Because CC can use the help. The Tigers have not reached .500 since 2011-12, and their .217 winning percentage last season was their worst in five years. To be fair, Colorado College's schedule consisted exclusively … Continue reading NCHC Snapshot: Colorado College

Big third keys CC win over Miami

A lack of scoring continues to be a problem for Miami. The RedHawks were held to one late goal in a 4-1 loss to Colorado College in the Omaha pod on Tuesday. MU (1-6) has now lost four of its last five meetings vs. the Tigers (2-2-1) and has failed to score multiple goals for … Continue reading Big third keys CC win over Miami

NCHC snapshot: Colorado College

College College looked like it was going to make a much-anticipated move in the standings last season after starting 4-1-1 in non-conference play. But that momentum was crushed by a four-game losing streak to open its league schedule, and the Tigers were obliterated in NCHC play, finishing dead last with just four conference wins and … Continue reading NCHC snapshot: Colorado College