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Skating club wins Ice Hockey


On Saturday, January 9, the final game of the 88th Japan Collegiate Skating and Ice Hockey Championship (the Ice Hockey Section) was held at Nikko Kirifuri Ice Arena in Tochigi Prefecture. In this final game, Chuo University took on Nippon Sport Science University, and won by a wide margin with a score of 8-2, taking first place. The skating club won first place at the three leagues: Spring, Autumn, and Intercollegiate Leagues for the first time in its 95-year history.

○ Score of Chuo University: 8, ● Score of Nippon Sport Science University: 2 (2-1, 2-0, and 4-1)

The best player award: Kento Suzuki (3rd year, Law)

The largest number of assists performed by: Hayate Sakamoto (2nd year, Law)

Top 6 players: GK Shotaro Kaneko (1st year, Law), DF Shinnosuke Kato (2nd year, Policy Studies), DF Kazunari Koizumi (4th year, Law), FW Hayate Sakamoto (2nd year, Law), FW Shogo Nakajima (4th year, Policy Studies), and FW Makuru Furuhashi (4th year, Law)

Thank you very much for your warm and continued support.

Introduction of the skating club
Article from the “Chuo University Sports” newspaper club