The Air Force hockey team has been selected to compete in the Ice Breaker Tournament, the traditional start to the college hockey season, Oct. 7-8, 2016 at Magness Arena on the campus of the University of Denver, as announced today by College Hockey Inc. Air Force, Boston College and Ohio State will join Denver in the tournament.
Air Force concluded the 2014-15 season with a 16-21-4 overall record. The Falcons tied for sixth in Atlantic Hockey with a 13-12-3 record. Air Force was the No. 7 seed in tournament and swept a first-round series against No. 10 AIC at the Cadet Ice Arena. The season came to an end in the AHC Quarterfinals as No. 3 RIT, the eventual AHC...
Senior Dan Weissenhofer earned two of the top seven awards at the 2015 Air Force hockey end of season banquet, presented by the Falcon Blue Line Club, on Sunday, April 19, at the Hotel Elegante in Colorado Springs.
The final Air Force hockey radio show will be Tuesday, March 24, from 6-7 p.m. at the Back East Bar and Grill in Briargate. Head coach Frank Serratore, along with host Jay Ritchie, will recap the 2014-15 season.
RIT winger Brad McGowan scored four goals as RIT defeated Air Force, 7-3, in game two of a best of three Atlantic Hockey quarterfinal series, Saturday, March 14, at the Gene Polisseni Center in Rochester, N.Y. RIT, the No. 3 seed, swept the two-game series and advances to the AHC Final Four next weekend. Air Force's season comes to an ...