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About the Club
The Ohio State Roller Hockey Club is a proud member of the Midwest Collegiate Roller Hockey League (MCRHL). The club has both a Division 1 (A) team as well as a B division team that compete with some of the best collegiate roller hockey teams in the nation. The Buckeyes are a perennial contender both regionally and on the national level. In 2007-2008 the A team placed 2nd in MCRHL and earned a spot to nationals where they lost in the round of 16 to 2008 National Champions Lindenwood. This follows a 2006-2007 showing at nationals where the Buckeyes lost in the quarterfinals to national runners-up Rhode Island.
The Ohio State Roller Hockey Club practices and plays all games at Central Ohio Roller Hockey in Grandview Heights, OH. The facility houses a full-size Sport Court rink and 4 locker rooms along with plenty of seating so everyone can get a great view of the action. Please check out their website by clicking on the link in the links section of the website for information about leagues, drop-in times, and more.
For additional information or if you have any questions regarding the club contact one of the members listed below: