NCRHA Collegiate Roller Hockey National Championships


NCRHA Collegiate Roller Hockey National Championships

The annual NCRHA Collegiate Roller Hockey National Championships tournament determines the top inline hockey team in the NCRHA Division I, Division II, Junior College Division, and B Division.

This tournament is a round-robin followed by a single elimination competition that has determined the collegiate national champion since the inaugural 2004 NCRHA Division I Collegiate Roller Hockey National Championships. It was preceded by CRHL National Championship Tournament hosted by the predecessor league, the Collegiate Roller Hockey League (CRHL) from 1999 through 2002.

Contents

Division I

Championship game results

Year Winning team Coach Losing team Coach Score Location Finals venue
1999 Michigan State UC Santa Barbara 5–4 Chicago, Illinois
2000 Michigan State Colorado State 5–4 Ellenton, Florida Ellenton Ice and Sports Complex
2001 RIT Lindenwood Derek Schaub 10–5 Upland, California California Roller Hockey Center
2002 Lindenwood Derek Schaub Michigan State 6–4 St. Louis, Missouri All-American Sports Mall
20031 Cal Poly Pomona Florida 4–2 Feasterville, Pennsylvania Sportsplex
20031 Lindenwood Ron Beilsten Michigan State Rejean Tremblay Detroit, Michigan Joe Dumars Fieldhouse
2004 Lindenwood Ron Beilsten Penn State 10–3 Corona, California Anaheim Hockey Club
2005 Lindenwood Ron Beilsten Central Florida Lance Ruble 5–2 Fort Collins, Colorado OD's Sports Crossing
2006 Lindenwood Ron Beilsten Michigan State Michael Mackert 7–5 Morrisville, North Carolina Morrisville Sportsplex
2007 Lindenwood Ron Beilsten Rhode Island Earl Lundh 12–2 St. Peters, Missouri Matteson Square Gardens Triplex
2008 Lindenwood Ron Beilsten UMSL Chris Marchand 6–3 Colorado Springs, Colorado Tour Inline Hockey Arena
2009 UMSL Jaime Schulz Lindenwood Ron Beilsten 5–3 Feasterville, Pennsylvania Sportsplex
2010 Lindenwood Ron Beilsten Arizona State Nick Boyarsky 5–1 San Jose, California Silver Creek Sportsplex
2011 Long Beach State Bill Burrows Cal Poly Geoff Wakefield 4–3 Middleton, Wisconsin Capitol Ice Arena

^1 The CRHL had two top divisions (Division I and Premier Division) in 2003.

Rankings by most championships

If teams have equal amount of championships, most recently won is listed first.

Rank School #
1 Lindenwood 8
2 Michigan State 2
4 Long Beach State 1
UMSL 1
Cal Poly Pomona 1
RIT 1

Rankings by state

The following list is of championships won ranked by state.

Rank State School #
1 Missouri Lindenwood (8)
UMSL (1)
9
2 California Cal Poly Pomona (1)
Long Beach State (1)
2
Michigan Michigan State (2) 2
4 New York RIT (1) 1

Tournament format history

2000–2005
24 teams (divided up into 6 pools; 4 teams each)
2006–2008
20 teams (divided up into 5 pools; 4 Teams each)
2009
24 teams (divided up into 6 pools; 4 Teams each)
2010
21 teams (divided up into 5 pools; 4 Teams in 4 Pools, and 5 Teams in 1 Pool)
2009
24 teams (divided up into 6 pools; 4 Teams each)

Division II

Championship game results

Year Winning team Coach Losing team Coach Score Location Finals venue
2001 Eastern Michigan Adam Golchuk Ball State Upland, California California Roller Hockey Center
2002 Illinois State Ball State 2–0 St. Louis, Missouri All-American Sports Mall
2003 Binghamton Neumann 6–3 Feasterville, Pennsylvania Sportsplex
2004 UMSL Tom Schneider Neumann 4–3 Corona, California Anaheim Hockey Club
2005 Nevada Neumann John Scotto-di-Carlo 4–2 Fort Collins, Colorado OD's Sports Crossing
2006 Neumann John Scotto-di-Carlo UMSL Tom Schneider 4–3 Morrisville, North Carolina Morrisville Sportsplex
2007 Stony Brook Joe Tamburino Saint Louis Dan Hurt 4–1 St. Peters, Missouri Matteson Square Gardens Triplex
2008 Neumann John Scotto-di-Carlo West Chester Brian Sobel 6–1 Colorado Springs, Colorado Tour Inline Hockey Arena
2009 Grand Valley State Bob Fisher Central Michigan 9–7 Feasterville, Pennsylvania Sportsplex
2010 West Chester Alex Kozik SIU-Edwardsville 7-5 San Jose, California Silver Creek Sportsplex

Division III

Championship game results

Year Winning team Coach Losing team Coach Score Location Finals venue
2000 St. Charles Chris Marchand Elgin 12–5 Ellenton, Florida Ellenton Ice and Sports Complex
2001 St. Charles Chris Marchand Grossmont 7–6 (OT) Upland, California California Roller Hockey Center
2002 St. Charles Chris Marchand St. Louis 6–5 St. Louis, Missouri All-American Sports Mall
2003 St. Charles Chris Marchand St. Louis 3–2 Feasterville, Pennsylvania Sportsplex
2004 St. Charles Chris Marchand Suffolk Ken Baldwin 7–2 Corona, California Anaheim Hockey Club
2005 St. Charles Chris Marchand Riverside 6–5 Fort Collins, Colorado OD's Sports Crossing
2006 Riverside St. Louis Steve Davies 5–4 Morrisville, North Carolina Morrisville Sportsplex
2007 St. Charles Justin Goad Broward 8–2 St. Peters, Missouri Matteson Square Gardens Triplex
2008 Broward Oakland Mike Yokubison 8–7 (OT) Colorado Springs, Colorado Tour Inline Hockey Arena

Junior College Division

Championship game results

Year Winning team Coach Losing team Coach Score Location Finals venue
2009 Saddleback Jim Irwin St. Charles Justin Goad 4–3 (OT) Feasterville, Pennsylvania Sportsplex

Prior to CRHL/NCRHA

Championship game results

Year Winning team Coach Losing team Coach Score Location Finals venue
1996 El Camino Purdue 4–3 (SO) Las Vegas, Nevada
1997 Saddleback UNLV 9–3 Las Vegas, Nevada
1998 UMSL Cal Poly 3–0 Las Vegas, Nevada

See also

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