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Our Mission

The mission of the Texas Collegiate Hockey Conference is to provide structure, stability and assistance to its members.  The TCHC strives to uphold the values of the Universities in the conference and the American Collegiate Hockey Conference.


History

The Texas Collegiate Hockey Conference was formed in 2016.  Original members of the TCHC were Texas A&M, University of Texas at Austin, University of Texas at El Paso, Texas State, TCU, Dallas Baptist University, Texas Tech and University of North Texas.
 
The inaugural play-offs were hosted and won by University of Texas at El Paso.  In the second season, the TCHC play-offs were hosted by University of Texas at Austin and won by University of North Texas.
 
Each August the TCHC hosts a Recruitment Camp/College Fair, with the sole purpose of allowing the student-athletes to meet and talk with the coaches, players and admissions staff from the teams in our conference.  The first TCHC Recruitment Camp/College Fair had 75 in attendance and grew to 175 in the second year.
 
In 2018, the TCHC also began hosting a Youth Festival for 8, 10 and 12u hockey players.  This event give house/rec players a chance to play in a fun environment, meet college hockey players, get a replica college jersey and meet new friends.

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Email:
tchccommissioner@gmail.com

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