Rep Your State, Help Them Skate

 The War Between The Skates Has Begun!

150 years ago, states fought North vs South.
This year, they’ve got 16 sides to choose from…

Help your team capture the map!  One non-profit donation (min. of $10) plants your flag, supports your squad & helps them raise badly needed funding.

If your team gets the most fans in a state, they’ll capture it!  Win the most states, fans or funds, & they’ll win the war (+ bonus $$$)!

Thanks for helping make our season possible!  See you on the MAP!

The DVCHC War Between the Skates is BACK & regional pride is on the line.  Throughout October this friendly feud will allow the women’s hockey faithful to support players, be counted as fans & help capture states!

The money from the non-profit conflict provides essential funds to teams & keeps women’s college hockey alive in our area — thanks in advance for soldiering up!

Now.  No time for whistlin’ Dixie!  Rally ’round your rink & let our brave young women know that reinforcements are on the way!

CLICK HERE TO DONATE!!
[Contest ended 11/2/2014]


 A Rematch of Rivals

  • A look at last year’s map shows the North Jersey Phoenix as champions of ALL categories and the big, bad boss of NJ.  Can they repeat in a state with Rowan and Rutgers?

  • Pennsylvania also fell to the Phoenix.  Pennsylvania!  Home to Slippery Rock, Villanova, UPENN, Saint Joseph’s and IUP.  Taken over by New Jersey.  What’s up Keystone state?  The mighty Phoenix also invaded New York.  Columbia, we lookin at you.

  • A generous total of $8,285 was raised by 197 fans across 35 states.  Care to be a part of smashing that record?!

  • The state of Maryland went to Towson.  This season, Navy and Loyolawill join the Univ. of Maryland in a battle to take back the bay.

  • Only 6 women’s hockey fans were counted in VA.  Cam’aaaan Ol’ Dominion!  UVA and Liberty want to see youuu!

  • American was the runner up last season, falling only 3 states short of the crown.  Can they capture Alaska again?  Cause that was pretty cool.

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