Salisbury University Ice Hockey
ABOUT OUR ORGANIZATION
Salisbury University Ice Hockey has been a proud tradition since 1992. Salisbury Ice Hockey is a serious program with intentions of competing at the highest level. The Gulls compete in the Delaware Valley Collegiate Hockey Conference (DVCHC) as a Collegiate Hockey Federation (CHF) Division III team. Salisbury Ice Hockey has expanded into two teams, a National Team and a Patriot Team. The National team plays in the National Division of the CHF and the Patriot teams plays in the Patriot Division of the CHF. Incoming players to Salisbury University have experience ranging from High School to the Junior Hockey levels. The team holds two on ice practices a week, two off-ice practices (resistance training and skills training), and has one to two games every weekend. Our season spans both semesters, with a majority of our league games in the fall semester and playoffs continuing into the Spring Semester. Salisbury University is "A Maryland University of National Distinction" where you can take your hockey to the next level. The ultimate goal of Gulls Hockey is to become an CHF D3 National Champion.
2019-2020 Season Captains
"C" - Jack Petersohn
"A" - Ryan Schwarz
"C" - Daniel Cote
"A" - Matt Albert
"A" - Stephan Forni
"A"- Cayley Ruane
For the 2019-2020 season, Salisbury will be fielding two teams in the Delaware Valley Collegiate Hockey Conference (DVCHC). One team will play in the Patriot Division while the other will play in the National Division of the DVCHC. The National and Patriot teams will play ten league games, a home and away contest vs. every team in their division. In addition, the National team will play twelve non-league, cross-over, games vs. teams in both the National Division and the American II Division of the DVCHC.
COLLEGE CLUB HOCKEY IN MARYLAND
Salisbury University is an affordable state school that will give ambitious hockey players the ability to play the sport they love while receiving an outstanding education.