Cedar Rapids (KWWL) -- The University of Iowa Club Hockey team will now call ImOn Ice in Cedar Rapids their home through the 2022 season.
The two-year facility agreement begins during the 2020/2021 hockey season.
The Hawkeyes have 13 home games that season, including one against Iowa State University.
Along with playing all of their home games at ImOn Ice, the team will also move into a permanent locker room.
Renovations will be paid for through private donations and sponsorships.
"Being able to play in a USHL arena is incredible..., and the opportunity for our fans being able to watch this team in a top-notch arena is going to take us to the next level, " said Coach Kevin Brooks.
Coach Brooks said he hopes this will help with his recruiting efforts moving forward.
The Hawkeyes, who play in the American Collegiate Hockey Association, are undefeated this year and head into MACHA playoffs this weekend.
"This has been the best season in our programs history. We are very proud of what our players bring each day. We have a great leadership group and I feel that the key to our success has been the team-first mentality," said Coach Brooks.
General Manager for ImOn Ice Erik Hudson said the Hawkeye partnership will provide more fan experiences and allowed the arena to grow their regional partnerships.
ImOn Communications and the City of Cedar Rapids entered a five-year naming rights partnership on January 1, 2020.