The Division 3 hockey team at Indiana University is a non-varsity intercollegiate hockey program that is a member of the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA). Hockey has been played at Indiana University since 1969, and in the past 45 years has compiled a staggering record of 541-394-50. The program grew to prominence in the 1980s under the direction of Dr. Leonard Burrello, who led the team to 4 MCHL championships in 1983, 1984, 1988, and 1989. The most prominent era in IU Hockey history occurred under the direction of coach Rich Holdeman, who led the program from 1992-2006. During his tenure, Holdeman moved the program into the ACHA where he immediately made the program a national powerhouse. Holdeman led the team to 11 straight national tournaments with 4 national runner-up finishes. In 2013, coach Holdeman was elected to the ACHA Hall of Fame, making him one of just 12 members to ever receive this honor. Today, the program plays at the Division 3 level of the ACHA, and is a member of the newly formed Indiana Collegiate Hockey Conference (ICHC) which features Indiana University, Ball State University, Butler University, Miami University, Trine University, and the University of Indianapolis. The team plays roughly a 30 game schedule with the season culminating in the ICHC Conference Tournament, as well as a hopeful bid to play in the regional and national tournaments. The team has advanced to the regional tournament the past two seasons, 2016-2017 and 2017-2018. The team plays their home games at the Frank Southern Ice Arena in Bloomington.