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Utica College To Host ‘Frozen Four’

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The Division III Mens’ “Frozen Four” is coming to Utica.
Utica College and the Utica Auditorium have been selected as the host site for the 2017 NCAA Division III Mens’ Hockey Championships.

Championship weekend consists of the final four teams in the Division III mens’ hockey tournament.

An NCAA committee selected Utica because they believe it will provide the best experience for competing student-athletes.

U-S College Hockey Online has called the 3,800 plus seat Utica Aud one of the top rinks in Division III.

This will be the first time in Utica College’s history hosting an NCAA championship.

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