Mid-American Collegiate Hockey Association
|Mid-American Collegiate Hockey Association
|Division||Division 2, Division 3|
|Sports fielded||Ice hockey|
|Region||Midwest and Great Lakes|
- 1 Organizational structure
- 2 Gold Division
- 3 Silver Division
- 4 Bronze Division
- 5 See also
- 6 External links
The MACHA is made up of three divisions, Gold, Silver, and Bronze. The Gold Division is made up of ten members. The Silver Division is made up of 13 members and is split up into two conferences, the North and West. The Bronze Division is made up of five members. Each division conducts its own playoffs. Some schools have multiple teams in the MACHA.
The Gold Division is made up of teams in the Central Region of Division 2 in the ACHA.
Gold Division Champions
The Silver Division is made up of mostly teams from the Pacific Region in Division 3 of the ACHA.
Silver Division Champions
The MACHA Silver Division has sent several teams to the ACHA Division 3 National Tournament the past few years. The most notable finish was Iowa State in 2012. As the #3 seed from the Pacific Region they won their pool to reach the National semifinals where they lost to eventual champion Adrian College.
Silver Division Nationals Teams
The MACHA Silver Division has sent several teams to the ACHA Division 3 National Tournament the past few years. The MACHA has had two teams advance to the semifinals. The first was in 2012 when Iowa State, the #3 seed from the Pacific Region, lost to the eventual champion Adrian College. The second was in 2014 when Robert Morris-White, the #4 seed from the Pacific Region, lost to the eventual champion Adrian College. Because Davenport forfeited the 3rd place game Robert Morris was awarded 3rd place.
2014 Host City: Coral Springs, FL
2013 Host City: Springfield, MO
2012 Host City: Vineland, NJ
2011 Host City: Holland, MI
The Bronze Division teams are registered as M3 in the ACHA and are eligible for the ACHA D3 regionals and national tournament.
Bronze Division Champions
Gold Team Sites
Silver Team Sites