ROWAN ICE HOCKEY RECRUITING INFORMATION
Southern New Jersey. With high-tech facilities, engaged professors, and nationally ranked academic and athletic programs, Rowan offers an outstanding education at an exceptional value. Our tree-lined campus contains student residence halls, apartments and townhouses, a new $28.5 million education building, a new $45 million science center, a $28 million engineering building, a Student Recreation Center, theaters, galleries and a NASA planetarium. The University is in
the midst of a $530 million plan to expand the
campus and further upgrade facilities. Students have access to the resources of a large
university without sacrificing the personal
attention and small class size of a college.
Rowan Ice Hockey and the Coaches would like to extend an invitation to any players interested playing ice hockey whether they are prospective students or current students at Rowan.
Current prospective players are encouraged to fill out our RECRUITING INFORMATION FORM if interested in playing with us or if they would like to get in touch with one of the coaches. You can also view our 2016 Brochure.
Rowan University is a selective, medium-sized public university located in
The University offers 58 undergraduate majors
among seven colleges (Business,
Communication, Education, Engineering, Fine &
Performing Arts, Liberal Arts & Sciences and
Professional & Continuing Education).
Graduate students can choose from seven
teacher certification programs, 38 master’s
degrees and specializations, 19 graduate
certification programs and a doctoral program
in educational leadership. The University also just announced the new addition of a Medical School in cooperation with Cooper Hospital. Rowan will be one of two schools besides UMDNJ to offer such a program in the Garden State. The University enrolls more than 10,000 full and part time students.
Our hockey program is very competitive, with our players playing the game majority of their lives. Our program is part of the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) D-II and plays under NCAA rules. Over the course of the season, Rowan plays around 30 regular season games within the Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Hockey Association (MACHA) as well as showcase tournaments and other non-league play. The season runs over the course of fall and winter terms with the playoffs starting in late February/early March timeframe. The team has its own locker room facilities and travels to all away games on a Rowan University charter bus.
The current coaching staff is committed 100% over the course of the year and the program is run as a top tier program with a lot of NCAA benefits. Rowan's program is a great opportunity for any player to experience hockey at the next level.
The team currently has two on ice practices a week and also has video days to review games. Practice and travel information can be viewed HERE. The team has a few off ice sessions but we encourage all players to work out off the ice on their own. We do send summer workout programs to prospective players.
The team plays at the Hollydell Ice Arena near the campus.
Because we are a Club Sport, scholarships are not given to any players based on sport however in some cases the university provides financial aid based on scholarly achievements. The team has a partnership with Harrow Sports and offers each player specialized equipment that includes gloves, warmup suits, bags, pants, and others. In addition, each player also receives their jerseys and helmet (goalie helmets excluded).
There has been a number of rules changes for goalies that requires eleven inch pads. (More Info)
Recruit Player Information
Players that are interested in pursuing their college career at Rowan University and would like to schedule a tour of the facility and skate with the team at one of their practices should fill out the recruit form.
THE ROWAN BUS
Frequently Asked Questions
There are always questions that players and parents have about the program and the school. We try hard to answer them in our FAQ page, however any extra questions can be asked by sending us an email.