2018 ECAC Women's Hockey Championship Guide

2018 ECAC Women's Hockey Championship

March 3-4
Cheel Arena, Postdam, New York

Saturday, March 3

At No. 1 Clarkson 4, No. 4 St. Lawrence 2
No. 2 Colgate 5 vs. No. 3 Cornell 4

Championship Game
Sunday, March 4

At Clarkson 3, Colgate 0

Most Outstanding Player: Michaela Pejzlova – Clarkson
Forward: Michaela Pejzlova – Clarkson
Forward: Loren Gabel – Clarkson
Forward: Jessie Eldridge – Colgate
Defense: Savannah Harmon – Clarkson
Defense: Ella Shelton – Clarkson
Goal: Shea Tiley - Clarkson


All games during championship weekend will air live on ESPN3.

Game one semifinal - http://www.espn.com/watch/_/id/3303659/2018-ecac-womens-hockey-tournament

Game two semifinal - http://www.espn.com/watch/_/id/3303652/2018-ecac-womens-hockey-tournament

Championship Game - http://www.espn.com/watch/_/id/3303836/2018-ecac-womens-hockey-tournament

Championship Weekend games will be available for viewing by a global audience and be aired through www.ecachockey.com through the technology of BoxCast.

Fans can watch on mobile devices as well as standard PCs and Macs. The games will be available on iOS devices as well as Androids.

Fans can purchase a game for $9.95 (US) for viewing directly from www.ecachockey.com.

Should you need customer or technical suppoort with your stream, please connect with a specialist by logging onto www.boxcast.zendesk.com.

Links can be found on the league's composite schedule - http://ecachockey.com/composite.

No. 4 St. Lawrence at No. 1 Clarkson - 1 p.m. http://www.ecachockey.com/women/2017-18/BoxCast/20182702_SLU_at_Clarkson

No. 3 Cornell at No. 2 Colgate - 4 p.m. - http://www.ecachockey.com/women/2017-18/BoxCast/20182702_Cornell_vs._Colgate

Championship Game - 2 p.m. - http://www.ecachockey.com/women/2017-18/BoxCast/Championship_Game

Campus site of highest remaining seed after quaterfinal round.

Friday, February 23-Sunday, February 25 (Best-of-three series)

No. 8 Yale at No. 1 Clarkson (Golden Knights win series, 2-0)
Friday, February 23 - At Clarkson 10, Yale 1
Saturday, February 24 - At Clarkson 4, Yale 1

No. 7 Harvard at No. 2 Colgate (Raiders win series, 2-0)
Friday, February 23 - At Colgate 5, Harvard 4
Saturday, February 24 - At Colgate 6, Harvard 1

No. 6 Princeton at No. 3 Cornell (Big Red win series, 2-1)
Friday, February 23 - At Cornell 2, Princeton 1
Saturday, February 24 - Princeton 5 at Cornell 4, (ot)
Sunday, February 25 - At Cornell 4, Princeton 0

No. 5 Quinnipiac at No. 4 St. Lawrence (Saints win series, 2-0) 
Friday, February 23 - At St. Lawrence 3, Quinnipiac 1
Saturday, February 24 - At St. Lawrence 2, Quinnipiac 1

Click here for complete list of tournament champions.



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