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Congratulations to our All Stars!!!

Congratulations to our All Stars!!!

USC Varsity going to USA Hockey Nationals

The USC Varsity is gearing up for our trip to USA Hockey Nationals. 

Schedule: USA Hockey High School Nationals will be played in Mansfield, TX. Games will be played starting Thursday, March 26 at 10:00am leading up to a potential championship game on March 30 at 10:00am.

Deposit: The USC Hockey Association is collecting a $150 deposit for each player committed to attending. You have received a separate PowerPay invoice from USC Hockey for each player on the varsity roster. Please pay that invoice by January 12th to secure your player's spot on the roster for this tournament. The coaches are planning to take a full 20 player roster to this event so please commit ASAP so call up players can be contacted in a timely manner. The final total cost per player is pending and will be communicated once all costs are determined.

Air travel: The Association is recommending regular commercial air travel. Players and parents should book a flight ASAP to secure the best fares. You may elect to travel at your discretion. Direct flights can be found on both Southwest and American Airlines.  

**Dallas Love Field (DAL - Southwest Airlines) is about 45 minutes from Mansfield while the Dallas Ft Worth (DFW - American Airlines) airport is about 30 minutes away.

** Note that the potential Championship game will be Monday at 10:00AM so plan your air travel accordingly.

Local Transportation / Cars:  Families are recommended to coordinate local rental cars or other transportation while at the tournament. This provides more flexibility than a single chartered motorcoach and is likely a lower cost option per player. Families may coordinate on their own to share cars etc.

Hotels: USA Hockey coordinates all hotel arrangements for this event. As soon as details are available on this we will coordinate with families to book rooms.

School Absence: The Association will be contacting the high school to work to secure an approved absence for this team event.

USC Hires new JV2 Head Coach

USC Hockey Association Board of Directors is pleased to announce the hiring of Justin Cormack as the Head Coach of the Junior Varsity 2 team. Coach Cormack has extensive playing and coaching experience. He played locally for Canon-McMillan and played AAA Hockey for the Pittsburgh Predators. He later played Junior A hockey in the OJHL for the Toronto Dixie Beehives and the Orangeville Crushers. Coach Cormack also played for the USA National Inline teams in 2009 (Jr) and 2012 (Men's). Locally he has coached multiple teams at the amateur level including peewee, bantam and AA midgets. USC welcomes Coach Justin Cormack to the organization!

USC Middle School Back to Back PIHL Champs!!!!


Sports physicals for 2019-2020

By Brad Sileo 07/12/2019, 9:45am EDT

All players must complete a sports physical form and turn it in to the High School athletic office or Fort Couch Office before the start of the 2019-2020 Ice Hockey season. 

Annual Meeting Minutes

By Erik Happ 04/26/2018, 8:30pm EDT

2019-2020 High School and Middle School Fees

By Erik Happ 04/26/2018, 8:00pm EDT

Fees are set for the 2019-2020 Season

USC Junior Varsity wins Franklin Regional Preseason Tournament!

USC Middle School Wins SSA MS Hockey Showcase Championship!

Bagged Lunches

Many thanks go out to all of the families that donated lunch prep items to our third annual bagged lunch project yesterday. As you can see from the pictures our awesome players came early and stayed late to pack lunches for the Light of Life Mission on the Northside. Together the JV and Varsity players made 600 ham, turkey and cheese sandwiches and packed them along with other lunch essentials  into 300 brown bags.  Thanks to all of the coaches that stopped in to lend their support and an extra big thank you to Coach CJ for staying with the varsity players and lending a hand! Thank you to Ann Shiry, Chris Fairful and Rona Daley for volunteering your time and talents to the event and an EXTRA BIG SHOUT OUT to Mike Daley for rescuing us with more boxes and top notch delivery service to the shelter. This project is a group effort and shows that you can "have fun and get things done when you cooperate!" (thanks Sesame Street). Upcoming freshman...... we look forward to seeing you next year at this amazing event! 

Thank you, Penguins!

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