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YCH News, Issue #003 --
March 02, 2012
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Your College Hockey Journey Begins Here!

In this issue:

  1. Upcoming SAT and ACT Test - dates and registration.
  2. Eligibility – NCAA Core courses needed in High School.
  3. Hockey Playoffs – NCAA Scores for the first round
  4. Article of the Month – YCH Interview with RIT player Chris Haltigin
  5. Men’s Division 1 – YCH Men's D1 Guidebook.
  6. New Stuff – New at Your-College-Hockey.com.

Everybody knows somebody who wants to play college hockey. At Your College Hockey.com it is our goal to provide quality and useful content for pursuing NCAA hockey and understanding the recruiting process and eligibility.

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SAT Testing Dates 2012

May 5 – Register by April 6
June 2 – Register by May 8

ACT Testing Dates 2012

April 14 – Register by March 9
June 9 – Register by May 4

You can write these tests as many times as you like in order to achieve a higher score. Often, these tests require great preparation and can produce anxiety in students. It is wise to plan ahead and prepare far in advance. To learn about SAT and ACT test preparation and to find out how to register click here

Stay on Track in High School - NCAA Core Courses and Your Eligibility

As a hockey player preparing to play in the NCAA, you need to make sure that you take care of your off-ice responsibilities. From the time you enter high school, your grades will impact your eligibility to play college hockey.

If you hope to play Division I college athletics or receive a scholarship you will have to achieve a minimum Grade Point Average in your NCAA core courses that match your SAT or ACT test scores on the sliding scale …more

NCAA Scores for the first round - Men's and Women's D3

The hockey playoffs are the greatest time of the hockey season. The intensity, the sacrifices, the upsets, and overtime all combine to create the best nerve wracking and celebratory time of the year. For this issue, we are providing you with the first round scores and second round matchups.

Connect with us on http://www.facebook.com/YourCollegeHockey and https://twitter.com/#!/Y_CollegeHockey for the most current and timely scores and news.

Check out our RSS Feed to subscribe to our blog for results and schedules..

Article of the Month - YCH Interview with RIT player Chris Haltigin

RIT (Rochester Institute of Technology) Tigers finished third in the Atlantic Hockey Association and gained a bye in the first round of the Atlantic Hockey Tournament. RIT sewed up third place on a power play goal by senior defenseman, Chris Haltigin, to tie Niagara University 2-2 in their final game of the season. Chris and his RIT teammates will be watching the playoff games intently this weekend to see who their opponent will be next weekend.

Chris Haltigan talks to YCH about the recruiting process, life as a college hockey player, and gives advice for junior and prep school players for their pursuit of playing in the NCAA.Of particular importance during playoffs, is time management. Players need to juggle practices, video sessions, exam study time and games.

Coming Soon : YCH Men's Division 1 Guidebook

The YCH Men’s Division I Guidebook is the most complete and accurate guide anywhere. Our guide will give you the information you need to effectively plan your hockey future. We are excited to share our extensive research with you!
  • Learn where every NCAA conference and team recruits players.
  • Get the facts on how many players are graduating in your position from each NCAA conference and team.
  • Team profiles with contact information for the coaching staff and crucial fact about the team and the school.
  • Find out what Jr. and Prep teams produce the most college hockey players.

Stay tuned as we are very excited for the upcoming release of the YCH Men’s Division 1 Guidebook. Be sure to subscribe to find out first when we release this powerful tool!

New at Your-College-Hockey.com - The Daily News

Now, at Your-College-Hockey.com, you can follow all the college hockey news stories stories from the world wide major news sources at Google and Bing. You can provide comments on the news and, best of all, you can become a reporter and an editor

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