American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA)
The American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) is the governing body of over 390 College and University club affiliated ice hockey programs in the United States. Operated much like the NCAA, the ACHA provides structure, rules and format, insurance, regulates operations and promotes the quality of collegiate ice hockey in the United States. Unlike most other "club" sports at Colleges and University's, the ACHA provides a legitimate, professionally run league for dedicated ice hockey programs to compete on a national level. You can learn more on their website.
The PAC-8 hockey conference was founded in 1995, the Pacific 8 Intercollegiate Hockey Conference (PAC-8) is a collegiate men’s ice hockey conference that competes in Division II of the American Collegiate Hockey Association. The PAC-8 is made up of non-varsity ice hockey teams from most of the universities of the NCAA’s Pac-12 Conference. Over the next several years, the PAC-8 intends to implement many changes in order to take the league to the next level of competition. For more information, please visit their website.
University of Oregon Club Sports
The men's ice hockey team runs through the University's Club Sports office. We work closely with Club Sports throughout the year on everything from managing our budget to fundraising. With over 40 teams and 1000+ athletes, the University of Oregon Club Sports program provides students the opportunity to compete, establish leadership opportunities, and form bonds that last a lifetime. Club Sports is dedicated towards helping students become a champion in any sport they choose. Please visit their website for more information regarding the Club Sports office.