Tim Dionne Head Coach & General Manager
Our season runs from September through March and follows the academic calendar for breaks with a few exceptions.
Our game schedule consists of 20-24 league games against regionally located Pacific DIII & DII ACHA teams and one or two extended trips each season. Practices are held twice each week on Wednesday and Thursday mornings from 6:00am – 7:15am.
The American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) is the national governing body of non-varsity college ice hockey in the United States. The organization provides structure, regulations, promotes the quality of play, sponsors National Awards and National Tournaments. The ACHA currently has three men's and two women's divisions and includes approximately 450 teams from across the United States. The ACHA Pacific DIII is made up of approximately 25 teams located throughout the mid-west and rocky mountain region. Our regular season games are against teams primarily in the four corner states of Colorado, Utah, Arizona, & New Mexico.
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To establish a sustainable and reputable hockey program that provides an opportunity for student athletes to continue to play in a structured and competitive environment while gaining valuable life experiences.
Team Events & Activities
We believe what we do off the ice is just as important as what we do on the ice, so we schedule team events and activities on campus, in our community, and throughout the southwest to provide our players with a great experience.
These may include backcountry, alpine, desert, & river trips, player development camps in Santa Fe, Flagstaff, & Grand Junction. Scheduled teambuilding activities during away games, Skyhawks Cup, Junior Skyhawks, fundraising and community service projects.
Active players must enroll in a minimum of 9 credit hours during each semester of competition to be eligible and maintain a GPA of 2.0.
An individual player fee is required to participate in scheduled events & activities.
Competition & Commitment
Fort Lewis College and many of the colleges and universities we play have a history and tradition with their hockey programs and most strive to qualify for the ACHA DIII regional and national tournaments each season.
ACHA DIII rosters consist of players from throughout the US and usually have organized and competitive experience in the youth and high school levels. Many players are seeking a structured program that allows a flexible balance of academics and athletics.
The overall success of the team and organization is dependent on the commitment of each player to the scheduled on and off ice sessions. To develop our program and have success on the ice each player needs to commit to the level of participation that is described in the organizational guide.
For more information or questions please contact Tim Dionne, Head Coach & General Manager; firstname.lastname@example.org.
FLC Hockey Club
2018-19 Season Schedule
September 4th Introductory Meeting
September 5th Player Combine
September 7-9 Backcountry Players Camp
September 21-23 Grand Junction On-Ice Development
Camp September 28-30 Santa Fe On-Ice Development Camp
October 6th Hockey Day in Durango / Blue & White Exhibition Game
October 7th Open Practice
October 10th & 11th Regular Season Practices Begin
October 12th & 13th Utah Valley University, Away
October 19th & 20th Grand Canyon University, Home
October 26th & 27th Western State Colorado University, Away
November 2nd & 3rd U of Colorado at Colorado Springs, Away
November 10th & 11th Northern Arizona University, Home
November 14th & 15th NO PRACTICE
November 19-23 Thanksgiving Break
November 28th & 29th Captain’s Practice
December 1st Skyhawks Cup Alumni Game
January 2nd & 3rd Regular Season Practices Resume
January 11th & 12th Utah Valley University, Home
January 18th & 19th Northern Arizona University, Away
January 25th & 26th Western State Colorado University, Home
February 1st & 2nd Grand Canyon University, Away
February 6th & 7th LAST PRACTICES OF SEMESTER
February 8th & 9th U of Colorado at Colorado Springs, Home
February 28th Team Banquet
March 30th Stanley Keg Championship (Adult Tournament Fundraiser)
Fort Lewis College Club Sports promotes good sportsmanship by student-athletes, coaches, and spectators. We request your cooperation by supporting the participants and officials in a positive manner. Profanity, racial, sexist, homophobic, or other derogatory comments, or other intimidating actions directed at officials, spectators, student-athletes, coaches or team representatives will not be tolerated and are grounds for removal from the site of competition.