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Harris Cup

Harris Cup
Established 1999
Current holder(s) Adrian Bulldogs
Awarded to the Playoff champion of the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association

The Harris Cup is an ice hockey championship trophy, awarded annually to the NCAA Division III Northern Collegiate Hockey Association (NCHA) league playoff champion.

The trophy originated with the Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association. The MCHA first awarded a championship trophy in 1998. The trophy was renamed the Harris Cup in 2002 and first awarded under that name in 2003. All previous winners of the MCHA trophy are inscribed on the trophy and recognized as Harris Cup awardees. The trophy is named after Dan Harris, who served as MCHA league president through 2002 and is the long-serving athletics director for Milwaukee School of Engineering.[1] Following the MCHA and NCHA's merger in 2013, the trophy will be awarded to the NCHA's playoff champion beginning in 2014.[2]

Winners

Year Winner
MCHA Tournament Champion
1999 Findlay
2000 Minnesota–Crookston
2001 Marian
2002 Marian
2003 Minnesota–Crookston
2004 Minnesota–Crookston
2005 Milwaukee School of Engineering
2006 Milwaukee School of Engineering
2007 Finlandia
2008 Adrian
2009 Adrian
2010 Adrian
2011 Adrian
2012 Milwaukee School of Engineering
2013 Adrian

References

  1. ^ "MCHA Names Championship Trophy After Departing President". Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association. May 1, 2002. Archived from the original on May 11, 2008. Retrieved March 26, 2009. 
  2. ^ Carito, Katie (April 24, 2013). "NCHA is reborn". USCHO.com. Archived from the original on June 8, 2013. Retrieved June 8, 2013. 


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