2000: Bloomington Ice Garden; Bloomington, Minnesota
2001: Rochester Recreation Center; Rochester, Minnesota
2002: Fogerty Arena; Blaine, Minnesota
2003: Ralph Engelstad Arena; Grand Forks, North Dakota
2004–2007: Ridder Arena; Minneapolis, Minnesota
2008: Duluth Entertainment Convention Center; Duluth, Minnesota
2009–2013: Ridder Arena; Minneapolis, Minnesota
2014: Sanford Center; Bemidji, Minnesota
2015: Ralph Engelstad Arena; Grand Forks, North Dakota
Western Collegiate Hockey Association women's champions Wikipedia
The women's division of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association is a college athletic conference which operates in the Midwestern United States. It participates in the NCAA's Division I. Each team plays 28 league games, each team playing four games against every other, two home games and two road games.
The women's WCHA tournament seeds all 8 teams, and conducts a standard 8-team tournament at a single site over 4 days. The winner receives the league's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. WCHA teams won the first 13 NCAA Tournament championships from its inception in 2001.