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Program Changes - Men's Varsity Hockey

This is a list of schools, found in the archives, that are not listed on the current programs list, along with the location of the school and the reason for there being no listing.
        
 
 
 Alaska-Fairbanks (Fairbanks, Alaska) 
  Now known as simply Alaska. 
 
 Benedictine (Lisle, Illinois) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 Bishop's (Lennoxville, Quebec) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 Brandon (Brandon, Manitoba) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 California (Berkeley, California) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. Also known as Cal or Berkeley. 
 
 Cape Breton (Sydney, Nova Scotia) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 Carleton (Ottawa, Ontario) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 Carnegie Tech. (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) 
  Became Carnegie-Mellon in 1967. No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 Champlain College (Plattsburgh, New York) 
  Ceased to exist in 1953. 
 
 Emerson (Boston, Massachusetts) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 Fairfield (Fairfield, Connecticut) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 Findlay (Findlay, Ohio) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 Illinois-Chicago (Chicago, Illinois) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 Iona (New Rochelle, New York) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 Kent State (Kent, Ohio) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. Also previously known as Kent. 
 
 Laurentian (Sudbury, Ontario) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 Laval (Quebec, Quebec) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 Lowell (Lowell, Massachusetts) 
  Changed name to Massachusetts-Lowell in 1991. 
 
 Lowell Tech. (Lowell, Massachusetts) 
  Merged with Lowell State to form Lowell in 1975. 
 
 Loyola (Montreal, Quebec) 
  Merged with Sir George Williams to form Concordia in 1974. 
 
 Mankato State (Mankato, Minnesota) 
  Changed name to Minnesota State in 1999. 
 
 Massachusetts Agr. (Amherst, Massachusetts) 
  Renamed Massachusetts State in 1937. 
 
 Massachusetts College (of Liberal Arts) (North Adams, Massachusetts) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 Massachusetts State (Amherst, Massachusetts) 
  Renamed Massachusetts in 1947. 
 
 Minnesota-Crookston (Crookston, Minnesota) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 MIT (Cambridge, Massachusetts) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 Montreal (Montreal, Quebec) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 Mount Allison (Sackville, New Brunswick) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 New Hampshire College (Manchester, New Hampshire) 
  Changed name to Southern New Hampshire in 2001. 
 
 North Adams (North Adams, Massachusetts) 
  Changed name to Massachusetts College (of Liberal Arts) in 1997. 
 
 Northern Arizona (Flagstaff, Arizona) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 Ohio University (Athens, Ohio) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 Roger Williams (Bristol, Rhode Island) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 Scranton (Scranton, Pennsylvania) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 Sir George Williams (Montreal, Quebec) 
  Merged with Loyola to form Concordia in 1974. 
 
 Southeastern Massachusetts (North Dartmouth, Massachusetts) 
  Changed name to Massachusetts-Dartmouth in 1991. 
 
 St. John's (Jamaica, New York) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 St. Louis (St. Louis, Missouri) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 St. Patrick's (Ottawa, Ontario) 
  Absorbed by Carleton in 1967. 
 
 St. Stephen's (Annandale-on-Hudson, New York) 
  Changed name to Bard in 1936. No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 State College (Albany, New York) 
  Renamed (SUNY) Albany in 1948. No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 U.S. International (San Diego, California) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 Vasby (Upplands-Vasby, Sweden) 
  Swedish amateur team. (NOTE: The "a" in Vasby is correctly spelled with an umlaut.) 
 
 Villanova (Villanova, Pennsylvania) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 Wayne State (Detroit, Michigan) 
  No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 Western U. of Pa. (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) 
  Renamed Pittsburgh in 1908. No longer plays varsity hockey. 
 
 
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