Quakers Three-Peat as CSCHC League Champions!

The Penn Quakers are once again league champions and now for the third consecutive year! Not only does that mark an amazing achievement for the team it also cements the league playoffs on home ice at the Class of 1923 for the 2024-25 season. With their playoffs victories the team has improved the record to 15-6 on the season and earned the right to advance to the Southeast Regional Tournament!

The team had earned a first-round bye of the playoffs by finishing in second place in the league regular season meaning they would face the highest remaining seed after the first day. #3 Stockton defeated #6 Seton Hall in the first game reestablishing a rematch of their semi-final game from the 2022-23 season. In a game that was littered with penalties the team showed their character and ground out tough fought 3-2 victory to advance to the league championship against fierce rival Millersville, resulting another rematch of the 2022-23 championship game. The team wasted no time and quickly got out to a 2-0 lead early in the first period and there was no looking back from there. By the end of the first period the team was up 6-2. After it was all over the team left nothing to imagination defeating the Marauders by a score of 12-5 to secure the Colonial Cup. Freshman Chris Bugliosi was named the league playoff MVP.

The buzz and the attendance during the playoffs were fantastic! There was so much buzz The Daily Pennsylvanian covered the championship game, you can find the link to their article HERE!

By winning the league as we had mentioned the team advances to the regional tournament in Athens, OH. They will be facing the University of North Carolina Tarheels at 11:45 AM EST on Friday 2/23. This is now third consecutive year the Quakers will be represented in the regional tournament, truly a testament to the program.

The work is not done for the Quakers as they look to push there way through the regional tournament. Live updates from all games can be found on the team Facebook page and Instragram over the weekend. All games during the tournament will be streamed live through FloHockey using THIS link. #GoQuakers