Western Collegiate Hockey Association women's champions
The women's division of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association is a college athletic conference which operates in the Midwestern United States. It participates in the NCAA's Division I. Each team plays 28 league games, each team playing four games against every other, two home games and two road games.
The women's WCHA tournament seeds all 8 teams, and conducts a standard 8-team tournament at a single site over 4 days. The winner receives the league's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. WCHA teams have won every NCAA Tournament since its inception in 2001.
By season 
|Season||Regular season champion||Tournament champion||NCAA national champion||Notes|
|1999–2000||Minnesota–Duluth||Minnesota–Duluth||—[a]||Bemidji State, Minnesota, Minnesota–Duluth, Minnesota State, Ohio State, St. Cloud State and Wisconsin begin conference play|
|2000–01||Minnesota||Minnesota–Duluth||Minnesota–Duluth||NCAA begins awarding a national championship for women's ice hockey|
|2004–05||Minnesota||Minnesota||Minnesota||North Dakota begins conference play|
|Minnesota–Duluth||Minnesota–Duluth||Minnesota and Minnesota–Duluth were named regular season conference co-champions after finishing tied for first. Minnesota–Duluth got the top seed for the conference tournament.|
|2012–13||Minnesota||Minnesota||Minnesota||Undefeated season for Minnesota|
By school 
|St. Cloud State||0||0||0||—||—||—|
- Prior to the NCAA establishing a women's ice hockey championship in the 2000–01 season, the American Women's College Hockey Alliance held a national championship from the 1997–98 season to the 1999–2000 season. Minnesota won the AWCHA championship in 2000.
- Minnesota and Minnesota–Duluth were named regular season co-champions in 2010
Location of women's WCHA tournaments 
- 2000: Bloomington Ice Garden; Bloomington, Minnesota
- 2001: Rochester Recreation Center; Rochester, Minnesota
- 2002: Fogerty Arena; Blaine, Minnesota
- 2003: Ralph Engelstad Arena; Grand Forks, North Dakota
- 2004–2007: Ridder Arena; Minneapolis, Minnesota
- 2008: Duluth Entertainment Convention Center; Duluth, Minnesota
- 2009–2013: Ridder Arena; Minneapolis, Minnesota