After graduating from UGA, Ryan Bray was not ready to leave the Ice Dawgs. So he joined the coaching staff and now teaches some of the same guys he shared the rink with a couple of years ago.
After winning their first game against Nebraska 5-1 on March 13 in the American Collegiate Hockey Conference national tournament, the Ice Dawgs fell to Oakland University 8-4 today in Columbus, Ohio.
Chris and Caleb Santa Maria had to share a bedroom as kids growing up in Decatur, GA. They did not particularly enjoy it. Chris hated the mess Caleb always made. Caleb did not see the problem with it. They could always agree, however, on one thing: their love for hockey.
Despite finishing in third place in the Southeastern Collegiate Hockey Conference playoffs, the Georgia club hockey team earned an automatic bid to the national tournament.
After finishing the 2017-18 regular season with the best record in the Southeastern Collegiate Hockey Conference, the Ice Dawgs are on a mission to capture their third straight SECHC championship.
Going into Saturday's game against South Florida, the Ice Dawgs knew their first game of 2018 wasn't gonna be an easy win for the team.
After a two-week gap in November, the Georgia Ice Dawgs returned to the ice to extend their home win streak to 26 consecutive games and a 10-1-1 overall record. The home team defended its turf with a 10-2 defeat of Clemson.
On a day where the Georgia ice hockey team’s home win streak was on the line, the Ice Dawgs prevailed against Kennesaw State University 7-4 for an overall record of 9-1-1.
UGA Ice Dawgs hockey team defeated the Liberty Flames 10-4 in their fifth home match up of the season, the 23rd consecutive home victory for UGA. The Ice Dawgs are now 7-1-1 on the season.
The Ice Dawgs took home the win against South Carolina Nov. 3 at the Classic Center. The win marks the 22nd consecutive home win for the Ice Dawgs.
Following a lethargic opening period, the Georgia club ice hockey team scored six unanswered goals over a 14-minute period en route to a dominant 11-4 win over Liberty on its home ice Thursday, Nov. 2.
The second home game of the season for the Georgia Ice Dawgs hockey team proved to be quite a tense one, as the team defeated Southeastern Conference rival Florida 6-5 in overtime on Friday night. Aaron Phillips delivered the winning goal with 3:08 remaining in the extra time.
The Predators lost game six, conceding the series and the title to the Penguins in the process. But even in defeat, the city of Nashville proved one thing.
For the second season in a row, Georgia’s club ice hockey team reigns as champions of the Southeastern Collegiate Hockey Conference.