University of New England Nor Easters NCAA Division III Women's Ice Hockey
The Nor Easters' women's NCAA ice hockey program became a reality on September 23, 2011 when the Athletic Department of the University of New England announced that the women's ice hockey team would begin playing in the 2012-2013 season as an Independent NCAA Division III squad.
The new team was coached by Erin Hamlen and her staff - Paul Visich, Caitlin Jordan, and Ron Sevigny.
They played a 16 game season against nine different opponents.
The team is now in the New England Hockey Conference (NEHC)
- University of New England Nor easters NCAA Division III women's ice hockey Program Start Date - 2012-2013
- Venue - Harold Alfond Athletics Complex
- Capacity - 900
- Teamsite - UNE
- Conference - New England Hockey Conference (NEHC)
- Conference Teams - Castleton, College of the Holy Cross, Franklin Pierce Manhattanville, UMass Boston, New England College, Nichols, Norwich, University of New England, Plymouth State, Salve Regina, Southern Maine, St. Anselm, St. Michaels
UNE Nor easters Hockey Coaches
- NCAA Tournament Record - None yet
- NCAA Tournament Appearances - None yet
- NCAA Championships - None yet
- Conference Tournament Appearances - None yet
- Conference Championships - None yet
# of Seniors by Position - Forwards - 1
Team Breakdown by league
- Prep / High School - 9
- NCAA - 1
- NEGHL - 5
- CYHA - 1
- HPHL - 2
- TIEHL - 1
- MAWHA - 1
- CAHA - 1
# Scholarships - 0
- Enrollment - 4753 undergraduates
- Estimated Cost of Attendance - $31,000 to $43,000
- # of Majors - 40
- Most Popular Majors - Biological and biomedical sciences; Education; Health professions and related clinical sciences; Parks, recreation, leisure, and fitness studies; and Psychology
- Academic Calender Type: semester
- Student-Faculty Ratio: 13:1
- Average class size: 20 students
- Freshman Retention Rate: 77.2%
- School site - UNE
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