- Team Name: Miami of Ohio Redhawks
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Miami of Ohio Redhawks:
The RedHawks on ice played in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association( CCHA) before its disbanding in 2013, and fielded one of the best teams in the league in recent years. In 2006, the RedHawks earned the first #1 national ranking in school history and were CCHA regular-season champs. They made it to the championship game but lost to Michigan State. Beginning in the 2013-2014 season, they will play in the National Collegiate Hockey Conference.
Instead of playing in the Mid-American Conference (“MAC”), the mid-major conference most Miami varsity sports play in, the RedHawks compete against the larger schools of the CCHA such as the Michigan Wolverines and the Michigan State Spartans, who normally compete in the Big Ten.
In 2006 Miami University replaced the old Goggin Ice Arena from 1976 with the new $34.8-million state-of-the-art Goggin Ice Center, with a capacity of around 4,000. Both buildings are named for former University vice-president Lloyd Goggin.
In 2008 the RedHawks set team records for winning percentage and wins with .797 and 33 respectively. That year the RedHawks captured their first #1 seed in school history and advanced to the quarterfinals in the NCAA tournament, losing to Boston College.