The SRJC Polar Bears will host Military Appreciation Night on November 10, 2018 at 9:15pm when they face-off with Santa Clara University. As a part of Veterans Day weekend, Military Appreciation Day is the SRJC Ice Hockey Team’s way of saying thank you to the men and women who have bravely defended, and those who continue to defend, our country.
Come honor the fight for cancer with the Santa Rosa Polar Bears who will host the UC Santa Cruz Banana Slugs. This is a collective event sponsored by many sports in October to help raise awareness and funds for this devastating disease.
SANTA ROSA, CALIFORNIA (November 8, 2017): The Santa Rosa Junior College Hockey team is proud to announce that it will host two very important charity/awareness events during its set of home games versus the University of Oregon Nov. 10-11 at Snoopy’s Home Ice. SRJC will celebrate its Cancer Awareness game Friday, followed with a Veteran’s Day dedication the next night.
With the Sonoma County fires forcing cancellation of the team’s annual Cancer Awareness game last month, SRJC has rescheduled this beloved event for the first game of the home stand Nov. 10.
The SRJC Ice Hockey team would like to invite all their fans to "Bring The Ruckus" to Vacaville for the PCHA Playoffs.
The Polar Bears will be defending their PCHA championship on February 8th and 9th at Vacaville Ice Sports in Vacaville, California. SRJC enters the playoff tournament as the #1 seed and will play #4 Sacramento State on Saturday, February 8th at 8:00pm. The PCHA championship game is Sunday, February 9th at 2:30pm, the consolation game will be played prior to the championship game. Also attending the tournament are #2 UC Davis and #3 Santa Clara University.
Fans can get a special rate on hotel rooms at the Hampton Inn & Suites Vacaville-Napa Valley for $99 per night when they mention the PCHA Tournament. The hotel is conveniently located right next to the Vacaville Ice Sports complex.
The SRJC Ice Hockey club and their fans celebrated the Armed Services on Saturday night at Snoopy’s Home Ice during Military Appreciation Day.
As a part of Veterans Day weekend, Military Appreciation Day is the SRJC Ice Hockey Team’s way of saying thank you to the men and women who have bravely defended, and those who continue to defend, our country. “Military Appreciation Night has become one of our signature events that the organization and our fans look forward to each year,” said Director of Public Relations Jacob Fitzpatrick. “We’ve had the privilege to meet many service members throughout the years and their commitment to our nation is extremely inspiring. An event like Saturday’s is the very least we can do to show our gratitude.”
The Veterans Day ceremony started just after warm-ups with a moment of silence, when fans were asked to raise and remove their caps, in remembrance of those who served and continue to serve.
The SRJC Ice Hockey team has a unique link to Armed Services, as Polar Bear Defensemen Brian Cochran is active in the Marine Corps. Cochran, a machine gunner serving with the 2nd battalion as a Lance Corporal has been serving for 2 years.
The SRJC Hockey Team was honored to have David Goode of the US Army drop the ceremonial first puck of the game. David served in New Guinea and the Philippines Jungles from 1941 to 1945 as combat riflemen for the 41st infantry division. “We are proud to honor our military service men and women who keep our state and country safe,” said Fitzpatrick. “We are thrilled that David Goode could join us for this special night.”