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2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE

HOCKEY INFORMATION First Year of Hockey ....................... 1904 Overall Record ........1060-917-99 (.534) 2008-09 Record......................... 11-19-6 Conf. Record/Finish ............10-12-6/6th Letterwinners Returning ..................... 19 Letterwinners Lost ................................ 6 Newcomers ............................................ 8 Head Coach ............................Brian Riley Alma Mater ............................. Brown ‘83 Career Record .....68-84-25 (5 seasons) Record at Army ............................... same Hockey Office Phone .......845-938-3711 Hockey Office Fax ............845-938-6074 Assoc. Head Coach ......Rob Haberbusch Asstistant Coach ................. Trevor Large Captain..................................Eric Sefchik Dir. Hockey Ops ..................... Tom Doran Head Officer Rep. ....... Col. Ed Naessens Athletic Trainer ..........................Tim Kelly Strength Coach...................Kevin Schadt ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Sr. Assoc. AD.........................Bob Beretta Hockey Contact .............. Ryan Yanoshak Office ................................845-938-7197 Cellular ............................ 845-406-1130 E-mail .......... Ryan.Yanoshak@usma.edu Web Site .......... www.goARMYsports.com Army ‘A’ Line ....................845-938-2769 Dir. of Broadcasting.......... Rich DeMarco Office ............................... 845-446-4033

TABLE OF CONTENTS West Point (1-24) Media Services ........................................2 Army Hockey Notebook ...........................3 Army Sports Hall of Fame .......................4 The Riley Legacy ......................................5 Hockey Facilities .................................. 6-7 Gameday at West Point ...................... 8-9 West Point........................................10-15 Center for Enhanced Performance ..... 16 West Point Academics ..........................17 Players Perspective .............................. 18 Coaches Perspective............................ 19 Athletic Training .................................... 20 Strength & Conditioning ...................... 21 NHL at Tate Rink .................................. 22 West Point Leadership ......................... 23 Athletics Director .................................. 24 Coaching Staff (25-28) Coach Brian Riley ................................. 26 Coach Rob Haberbusch ....................... 27 Coach Trevor Large ............................... 27 Support Staff ................................... 27-28 The Players (29-50) Roster...............................................30-31 Season Outlook .................................... 32 Player Profiles ..................................32-50 2008-09 Season in Review (51-60) Results .................................................. 52 Statistics ............................................... 53 Team Leaders ....................................... 54 Season Review ..................................... 55 Game Summaries ........................... 56-60 2009-10 Opponents (61-76) All-Time Records ..............................62-63 Atlantic Hockey ................................64-65 Atlantic Hockey Opponents............. 66-74 Non-Conference Opponents ...........75-76 Army Hockey History (77-108) Army Hockey .................................... 78-79 All-Americans ........................................ 80 Awards and Honors .............................. 81 Team Awards ...................................82-83 Skills Challenge .................................... 84 Former Black Knights .......................... 85 Career Records..................................... 86 Season Records ................................... 87 Scoring Leaders ................................... 88 Goalie Leaders ..................................... 89 Record by Decade ...........................90-91 Two Seasons To Remeber.................... 92 Year-by-Year Results ......................93-101 All-Time Letterwinners ............... 102-106 RMC Series ................................. 107-108

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TICKET INFORMATION Address ..........................639 Howard Road ............................... West Point, N.Y. 10996 Phone ................................ 1-877-TIX-ARMY Buy On-Line ................ goARMYsports.com Single Game Tickets ........ Chairbacks $12 ............................................. Bleachers $10 Season Tickets ............... Chairbacks $149 ..............................................Bleackers $99 Rink-Side (includes hospitality) .........$325 ..................... Reserved Faculty/Staff $120 .........................................Family Plan $275 Hospitality (Season) ...........................$125 Rink-Side Seats (Per Game) ................ $25

MEDIA GUIDE CREDITS The 2009-10 Army Hockey Media Guide is an official publication of the U.S. Military Academy Office of Athletic Communications. The guide was designed, written and edited by Ryan Yanoshak. Design and editing assistance was provided by Bob Beretta, Brian Gunning, Mady Salvani, Tracy Nelson, Tim Volkmann, Annie Holliday and Dallas Miller. Photos courtesy of David Hahn, Beverly Schaefer Photography, DPTMS, Mady Salvani, Jeff Barnes, Paul Rader, Ken Booth and Army Athletic Communications. ON THE COVERS Front Cover: Senior captain Eric Sefchik Back Cover: Senior Joe Spracklen (#1) and senior Owen Meyer (#21) Inside Back Cover: The Army Hockey facilities. ARMY HOCKEY ON-LINE The 2009-10 Army hockey team will once again have a strong presence on the Internet with the season fully chronicled on the official Army Athletic web site. The hockey site includes game stories, game notes, feature stories, statistics, photos, roster, players and coaches biographies and historical data. The site will also have a list of games available through ITT Knight Vision, games that are blogged and much more.

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GENERAL INFORMATION Location ......................... West Point, N.Y. Founded ........................ March 16, 1802 Enrollment ..................................... 4,400 Nickname...........................Black Knights Motto ...................... Duty, Honor, Country Colors ........................... Black, Gold, Gray Mascot ............................................. Mule Superintendent ........................................ .............. Lt. Gen. Franklin L. Hagenbeck Athletic Director ............. Kevin Anderson Conference ..................... Atlantic Hockey Arena ......................................... Tate Rink Size............................................ 200 x 85 Capacity ......................................... 2,648 Box Office .......................1-877-TIX-ARMY Tate Rink Press Box ........845-938-5116

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MEDIA SERVICES

2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE INTERVIEWS: Army head coach Brian Riley and selected players will be available to the media at the conclusion of each game, following a 10-minute cooling off period. In most cases, the players will be made available outside of the locker room, located in the northwest corner of the arena. Access to the locker room area can be made via the steps at the north end of the east stands and by walking behind the goal area. The locker room is closed to the media. The visitor’s locker room is located in the southeast corner of the arena and can be accessed using the stairs at the south end of the east stands. Please see the visiting Sports Information Director for visiting players and coaches. For those desiring interviews with Riley during the week, the best time to reach him is between 9 a.m. and noon. No game-day interviews will be granted except upon extenuating circumstances. All requests for player or coach interviews must be made through Ryan Yanoshak of the Office of Athletic Communications in order to avoid disruptions to players’ academic schedules. PRESS BOX: Tate Rink’s press box is located in Sections 12 and 13 on the east side of the arena at center ice. The press facilities can be accessed by entering the arena from the east concourse between Sections 12 and 13. Seating in the press box is limited and is restricted to credentialed media only. PRESS CREDENTIALS: Working credentials for all media personnel are issued on a firstcome, first-served basis by contacting Ryan Yanoshak in the Army Office of Athletic Communications. In most instances, credentials will be left at the Will-Call window, located on the east side of the ticket office in the lobby of the Holleder Center. There is no designated press parking, although special arrangements for television crews may be arranged through Ryan Yanoshak or Mike Rubbino, facilities operations manager. GAME SERVICES: Game notes, statistics, line charts and other vital information will be available in the press box prior to the game. Shot charts and statistics will be distributed during each period break with a full game summary compiled following the contest. The press box is equipped with internet access and reporters should bring their own cord. There is no wireless access in Tate Rink.

E.J. Hradek (left) and Barry Melrose

RADIO: Up to three spaces are available per crew. West Point officials reserve the right to limit radio crews to fewer members. Three outside radio lines are available from Tate Rink. Rental fee for these lines is $75 per line. A check and completed radio line agreement MUST be received in the Office of Athletic Communications PRIOR to the game or hand-delivered to an athletic communications representative before plugging into the line. Only outgoing collect or credit card calls are permitted. Stations in need of ISDN service should contact Ryan Yanoshak in Army’s Office of Athletic Communications. TELEVISION: Special arrangements must be made through the Office of Athletic Communications and Mike Rubbino, facilities operations manager. PHOTOGRAPHERS: Still photographers are requested to contact athletic communications personnel for instructions as to where they may be during game action. Shooting from the penalty boxes is limited to professional photographers representing accredited media outlets or the Army Athletic Association. MULTI-MEDIA COVERAGE: Audio and video broadcasts of Army’s selected hockey games are available on the internet to ITT Knight Vision subscribers on Army’s official Web site at: www.goARMYsports.com.

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BLOGS: The Army Athletic Association will continue to provide in-game blogs throughout the course of the season. Game-day blogs will be available at www.goARMYsports.com TWITTER: The official Army Athletic Association Twitter page is located at www.twitter. com/ArmyAthletics. Scoring updates, links and much more are posted. FACEBOOK: The official Army Athletic Association Facebook page is listed as Army Black Knights. Photos, upcoming events, polls and much more can be found on the site.

ARMY HOCKEY MEDIA RELATIONS SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE SENIOR ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Ryan Yanoshak Office: 845-938-7197 Cellular: 845-403-1130 E-Mail: ryan.yanoshak@usma.edu U.S. Military Academy 639 Howard Road West Point, N.Y. 10928

The Class of 2009 has a hockey presence as well. Ralph Chesnauskas was a senior captain and defenseman who scored seven points with four goals and three assists for coach Riley. He also won three letters in baseball and was an All-American football player.

ARMY HOCKEY MULTI-MEDIA Once again, Army will offer an aggressive multi-media schedule. All home games will be broadcast live on www.goARMYsports.com through the ITT Knight Vision subscription package. For the second year, b2 Networks will also offer streaming video of all Atlantic Hockey Association games. In addition, the road games at Sacred Heart (Jan. 8-9), Holy Cross (Feb. 5-6) and Mercyhurst (Feb. 19-20) as well as the late-game away game against American International (Feb. 26) will have radio coverage.

WELCOME AIR FORCE The annual Army and Air Force series will take place this season in West Point, N.Y. Army will be looking for similar fortunes to Air Force’s last trip in 2008. Air Force entered the weekend ranked #20 nationally but Army won both games 2- 1 in front of huge crowds and a national television audience on both nights. Air Force won a pair of games in Colorado Springs, Colo., last year. Army and Air Force will play Jan. 29 and 30 at Tate Rink.

ARMY SPORTS HALL OF FAME HAS A HOCKEY FEEL On Oct. 1, 2004, the Army Athletic Association opened the Kenna Hall of Army Sports and the Army Sports Hall of Fame, inducting its very first class of 16 former Black Knight athletes and coaches who reached the pinnacle of their respective sport. Among that group of 16 were two representatives of Army’s storied hockey program. Legendary head coach Jack Riley and former defenseman Pete Dawkins were among those in the inaugural group. Dave Rost, Class of 1977, was inducted a year later and David Merhar was chosen in 2006. George Clark and John Boretti are the latest inductions, earning the honor with the Class of 2008. Riley coached the Black Knights for 36 years, the longest coaching tenure in NCAA hockey history, rack® ing up 542 wins at West Point and retiring as the second winningest head coach in the NCAA. He was twice named “Coach of the Year” and guided the 1960 U.S. Olympic Team to the gold medal. Dawkins, better known for his exploits on the football field where he won the Heisman Trophy in 1958, played defense for Riley’s Black Knights and retired as the school’s all-time scoring leader among defensemen with 96 points. Rost is the Black Knights’ all-time leading scorer. The Buffalo, N.Y., native scored more points (330) than any NCAA hockey player past or present and was an All-East selection his senior season at West Point. The fourth hockey legend, Merhar, ’69, was enshrined in 2006. Merhar authored an incredible season in 1968-69, scoring 57 goals and dishing out 50 assists in just 28 games. He still ranks among the Black Knights leaders in all scoring categories on season and career levels, despite graduating nearly 40 years ago. Clark holds the Academy record for career goals (153), is 10th in assists (117) and is the third all-time leading scorer with 266 points. He was a two-time All-American, the only Black Knights skater to earn the honor twice and has a seven-goal game (against Wesleyan on Feb. 5, 1975) among his many accolades. Boretti was a three-sport standout, competing in soccer and baseball in addition to hockey. A defenseman, he scored seven goals and 20 assists in 75 games.

HONORS FOR ‘Z’ Defenseman Zach McKelvie not only earned a commission as a Second Lieutenant during commencement exercises in May, he also took a lot of hardware with him. A hulking, 6-foot-2 defenseman who led the team in ice time a year ago, McKelvie capped his impressive career by winning the Army Athletic Association Award, one of the most prestigious honors a cadet-athlete can win. He received the AAA trophy shortly after winning the inaugural Mike Krzyzewski Teaching Character Through Sport Award. McKelvie was recognized for outstanding commitment to the development of noble character through athletic participation and leadership. Army’s first two-time Atlantic Hockey Association first-team AllStar, McKelvie also participated in the NCAA Frozen Four Skills Challenge and won the fastest skater competition. CHASING SCORING RECORDS Senior forward Owen Meyer is within reach of etching his name in the Atlantic Hockey Association scoring records. Meyer enters his final season with 51 career goals, 11th all-time in the league. PierreLuc O’Brien set the record of 67 when he graduated from Sacred Heart in 2007. WEST POINT CONNECTIONS Three hockey players are following in their father’s footsteps as West Point graduates. Sophomore Pat Ryan’s father, Jack, is a 1970 graduate of the Academy and his older brother, Will, is a member of the Class of 2009. Will, who was born at West Point, will serve as the team’s athletic intern in January. Junior Joey Ammon’s father, Craig, is a 1984 USMA graduate while Bill Day’s father, Tom, is a member of the Class of 1978. YES, WE’RE BROTHERS The 2009-10 Army hockey team has two sets of brothers. Senior goalie Joe Spracklen and his younger brother, Chris, a forward, are joined this year by Jay Clark. Jay is a junior goalie while John is a freshman defenseman. #1 Freshman goalie Ryan Leets is one of the players the coaching staff expects to excel on the ice and in the classroom. His background points to future success as he was the valedictorian at Jefferson Senior High School in Michigan.

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ARMY HOCKEY NOTEBOOK

ARMY HOCKEY ON NATIONAL TELEVISION For the seventh-straight season, the Army hockey team will appear on national television. CBS College Sports Television will broadcast the Army at Mercyhurst contest on Friday, Feb. 19 from the Mercyhurst Ice Center. The contest will begin at 8:05 p.m.

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ARMY SPORTS HALL OF FAME

2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE The Army Sports Hall of Fame has inducted six classes and there is a strong hockey presence among the Academy’s top athletes. Coach Jack Riley and players David Rost, David Merhar, George Clark, John Boretti, Pete Dawkins and Ralph Chesnauskas all left their mark on one of the country’s oldest hockey programs and earned induction. The Army Sports Hall of Fame is located in the Kimsey Athletic Center. Each inductee has a plaque highlighting their many accomplishments and each team has a separate area detailing the history of the sport at West Point. Riley is Army’s all-time winningest coach and compiled a 542-343-20 record during his remarkable 36-year career at the Black Knights’ hockey helm. He retired in 1986 as the secondwinningest college hockey head coach in NCAA history and currently ranks ninth on the list. In addition, Riley led the 1960 U.S. Olympic Team to a gold medal at the Squaw Valley Games. Merhar led Army’s hockey team in scoring during each of his three seasons with the varsity, but it was his explosive senior campaign that earned him national acclaim. Merhar erupted for an NCAA-record 57 goals and tallied 50 assists during the 1968-69 season, becoming the first collegiate player ever to surpass 100 points in one year. No player in NCAA hockey history has scored more points than Rost, who compiled an astounding 330 points during his remarkable fouryear career at Army. Rost was tabbed a first-team All-East selection in 1977, capping a sparkling senior season in which he set an Academy record with 108 points, while jointly setting the NCAA singleseason scoring mark with Clarkson’s Dave Taylor. The Black Knights’ career assist leader with 226, Rost tallied 104 career goals to graduate in third place in that category. His 66 assists in 1974-75 remain an Academy record. Clark wasn’t far behind Rost and Merhar when it came to scoring. The Academy’s only two-time All-American, Clark is third all-time with 266 points. His 153 goals top the Academy goals scoring chart while his 113 assists are 10th all-time. He had a seven-goal game to his credit and once netted nine points in a game. Boretti was a three-sport star at the Academy in baseball, soccer and hockey. He played 75 games as a defenseman with 27 points. Dawkins, a Heisman Trophy winner in 1958, was also a defenseman on the hockey team. Chesnauskas, the most recent inductee as part of the Class of 2009, was also a threesport star. In addition to hockey, he also played football and basketball. On the ice, he served as team captain as a senior for Riley, despite having no hockey experience prior to his arrival at the U.S. Military Academy.

Army Sports Hall of Fame coaches from left, Bob Knight, Jack Riley and Mike Kryzyewski

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THE RILEY LEGACY

ROB RILEY • Army Head Coach (1986-2004) • 306 Career Victories • 257 Victories At Army • Youngest Head Coach Ever To Win Division III National Title (1983-84) • Captained Boston College To 1978 NCAA Championship Game

JACK RILEY

BRIAN RILEY

• Army Head Coach (1951-1986)

• Army Head Coach (2004-present)

• Retired As Second-Winningest Coach In NCAA History (542 Career Victories) • Two-Time NCAA “Coach of the Year” (1957, 1960) • Coached 1960 Olympic Gold Medal Team • 1979 Inductee, U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame • 1999 Inductee, International Hockey Hall Of Fame (1999) • 2004 Inductee, Army Sports Hall Of Fame • Two-Time Lester Patrick Award winner (1986, 2002)

• Three-Time Atlantic Hockey “Coach Of The Year” (2006, ‘07, ‘08) • Army Asst. Coach (1988-96, 1998-2004) • Asst. Coach On Three Different Teams That Qualified For The NCAA Tournament • Assistant Coach For SUNY Plattsburgh NCAA Championship Team (1986-87) • 94-19-10 Record In Two Seasons As Head Coach At Shattuck St. Mary’s • Team Captian At Brown (1982-83)

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TATE RINK

Holleder Center, the home of Tate Rink and Army Hockey, is located next to venerable Michie Stadium on the sprawling acreage of West Point. Holleder Center, a 131,000 square foot facility, was completed on Oct. 1, 1985, and houses Tate Rink, Christl Arena, offices for the Army hockey staff, administrative offices, the Army Ticket Office and an athletic training room. Tate Rink, with a capacity of 2,648 fans, has served as home ice for 24 years and continues to attract fans in record numbers while proving a true “home ice” advantage for the Black Knights. Army christened Tate Rink with a 5-0 victory over Ryerson on Oct. 25, 1985 and has enjoyed success at home ever since, with a .500 or better record 19 times and a winning percentage greater of than .600. In excess of 30,000 people have turned out to Tate Rink in each of the past 19 seasons to support the Black Knights. In 1996-97, the Black Knights set a third consecutive attendance mark, attracting 42,929 fans. The all-time single-game attendance record for Tate Rink is 3,147, established in 1988-89 when Army edged Rensselaer, 4-3. New dasher boards, seamless glass and a new ice surface are among the recent upgrades made to Tate Rink. Other recent renovations include: a Daktronics scoreboard, installation of 32 television-quality lights with 600- and 1,000watt settings and installation of a Double-Ply, Low-E ceiling. Premium, rink-side seating and a hospitality area are the new additions to Tate Rink. Twentyfour seats will be added to the North end of the rink for the upcoming season. For the second consecutive year, fans will have the chance to visit the hospitality area. The hockey players benefit from a spacious locker room right outside the ice surface. Included in the space is a locker room, changing room, team room, athletic training room and the team’s video suite. The team room and video suite are the latest additions. Donations by players, families and friends of Army Hockey helped complete the team room that includes large sofas, a bigscreen television, surround sound, study carousels and wireless Internet.

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2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE West Point’s Tate Rink has become one of the premier rinks in the Atlantic Hockey Association, giving Army a true home-ice advantage. With attendance averaging more than 2,000 fans per game, the Black Knights play in front of a packed house each night. Army’s physical style of play and success on the ice, coupled with premium, rink-side seating, hospitality areas, promotions, affordable ticket

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prices, family atmosphere and national television exposure have helped draw fans near and far. In-game contests and promotions ensure fans are entertained even between periods.

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THE PREMIER LEADER DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTION IN THE NATION

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WEST POINT

The United States Military Academy is renowned because of its historic and distinguished reputation as a military academy, and as a leading, progressive institution of higher education. Made legendary in books and movies produced over the years, the Academy’s “Long Gray Line” of graduates includes some of our nation’s most famous and influential men: Ulysses S. Grant, Robert E. Lee, Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, George S. Patton, Omar Bradley, Douglas MacArthur, Dwight Eisenhower and Norman Schwarzkopf. Because of this superb education and leadership experience, West Point graduates historically have been sought for high level civilian and military leadership positions. Their numbers include two U.S. presidents, several ambassadors, state governors, legislators, judges, cabinet members, educators, astronauts and corporate executives. Today, West Point continues to provide hundreds of young men and women the unique opportunity to develop physically, ethically and intellectually while building a foundation for an exciting, challenging and rewarding career as an Army officer in the service of our nation. Cadets have much more responsibility in running the Academy than students in most other colleges or universities. It adds to the leadership experience. Cadets succeed at West Point because of the support they receive from the staff and faculty. After all, many faculty members are West Point graduates and understand the challenge cadets face on a daily basis. They also serve as ideal role models, showing cadets what Army life is like. The U.S. Military Academy’s primary strength is its ability to develop leaders of character who are committed to “Duty, Honor, Country” and selfless service to our nation.

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Most military training takes place during the summer, with new cadets undergoing Cadet Basic Training, or Beast Barracks, their first year, followed the second summer by Cadet Field Training. Cadets spend their third and fourth summers serving in active Army units around the world; attending specialty training such as airborne, air assault or northern warfare or helping to train the first- and second-year cadets. The Cadet Leader Development System seeks to give the cadets increasing responsibility until they are ready to receive their commissions and assume their duties as leaders in today’s Army. Moral and ethical values guide cadets throughout their four years at West Point. Commitment to the Academy’s “Bedrock Values,” based on integrity and respect for the dignity of others, begins on the first day. Integrity is reflected in the Cadet Honor Code which states: “A cadet will not lie, cheat, steal, or tolerate those who do.” Respect denotes that cadets treat others with the same respect and dignity they themselves would expect. At West Point, it is not enough to train leaders—they must be leaders of character. Admission is keenly competitive and is open to young men and women from all states and territories and from every socioeconomic level. Prospective cadets must receive a nomination by a member of Congress or from the Department of the Army. The Academy seeks candidates who possess records of success in academics, athletics and leadership indicative of well-rounded individuals. Although the life of a cadet is demanding, there remains an array of club activities ranging from golf, skiing, boxing, crew and orienteering to such organizations as the cadet radio station, Habitat for Humanity and Big Brothers-Big Sisters. Additionally, the U.S. Corps of Cadets hosts a Special Olympics event each spring. Today’s Military Academy is a vastly different institution from the small academy legislated into being by Congress in 1802. Originally just 1,800 acres, the Academy has grown to more than 16,000 acres. The first graduating class numbered just two men; today’s classes graduate more than 900 new officers annually, both men and women, who are prepared for leadership roles within the Army. With the expansion of k n ow l e d g e and the changi n g needs of the United States A r m y and the nation, life at West Point has changed to keep pace. Ever mindful of its rich heritage, the U.S. Military Academy is developing leaders for tomorrow, and its focus remains the national needs of the 21st century.

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The mission of the U.S. Military Academy is to educate, train, and inspire the Corps of Cadets so that each graduate is a commissioned leader of character committed to the values of Duty, Honor, Country; professional growth throughout a career as an officer in the U.S. Army; and a lifetime of selfless service to the Nation. Founded on March 16, 1802, the Academy celebrated its Bicentennial in 2002. But West Point’s role in America’s history dates to the Revolutionary War, when both sides realized the strategic importance of the commanding plateau on the west bank of the Hudson River. Gen. George Washington considered West Point to be the most strategic position in America. He personally selected Thaddeus Kosciuszko, one of the heroes of Saratoga, to design the fortifications in 1778 after problems arose with French engineers originally placed in charge of the design. In 1779, General Washington transferred his headquarters to West Point. Continental soldiers built forts, batteries and defensive barriers. A 100-ton iron chain was extended across the Hudson to control river traffic. Today, several links from that chain are arranged at Trophy Point as a reminder of West Point’s original fortifications. In 1802 President Thomas Jefferson signed the legislation establishing the U.S. Military Academy to create an institution devoted to the arts and sciences of warfare. This effectively eliminated America’s wartime reliance on foreign engineers and artillerists. West Point became the nation’s first engineering school and served as the model for engineering programs which were eventually established at other colleges. Col. Sylvanus Thayer, the “Father of the Military Academy,” served as Superintendent from 1817 through 1833. He upgraded academic standards, instilled military discipline and emphasized honorable conduct. Early graduates were largely responsible for the construction of the nation’s initial railway lines, bridges, harbors, and roads. Although the curriculum maintains its focus on engineering, in recent decades the program of instruction has markedly changed, providing cadets a selection of more than 40 majors. This tradition of academic and military excellence, guided by a demanding standard of moral and ethical conduct, remains the cornerstone of the West Point experience. It is said at West Point that “much of the history we teach was made by those people we taught.” The Academy has produced famous leaders throughout its illustrious past…Civil War Generals Grant, Sherman, Lee, and Jackson, to name but a few. In World War I, 34 of the 38 corps and division commanders were graduates. World War II would see many graduates reach brigadier general or higher, to include Eisenhower, MacArthur, Bradley and Patton. In more recent conflicts, MacArthur, Ridgway, Westmoreland, Abrams, Schwarzkopf and Abizaid were in command. Academy graduates have also excelled in air and space exploration, and countless others went on from military service to become leaders in medicine, law, business, religion and science. Since its founding, the Military Academy fulfills the same mission as it always has . . . to educate, train, and inspire the Corps of Cadets. It accomplishes this mission by developing cadets in three essential areas: intellectual, physical and military. These developmental paths are balanced and fully integrated into the daily life of each young man and woman at the Academy. Intellectual growth is fostered through an academic curriculum that provides a broad liberal education in the arts and sciences. The electives program builds upon the foundation of the core, allowing cadets to develop even greater competence in selected areas. In addition, the fields-of-study and majors nurture the development of creativity, critical thinking, and selfdirected learning, essential characteristics of 21st century officers. The four-year academic experience leads to a bachelor of science degree and a commission as a second lieutenant in the Army. Physical development is achieved through a rigorous athletic and physical education program. Each cadet participates at the intercollegiate, club or intramural level each semester. This readies the cadet for the physical demands of military life and helps teach good judgment and self-discipline, even while under mental and physical stress. Military development begins with the cadet’s first day at West Point.

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ROBERT E. LEE ’29 The Academy’s ninth Superintendent (1852-55), Lee was a model cadet during his four years at West Point. He graduated second in his class and never earned a single demerit during his four years at the Academy. At the beginning of the Civil War, he was selected to serve as Commanding General of the Army, but instead resigned his commission and was named General-In-Chief of the Confederate Army from 1861 to 1865. Lee’s surrender to Ulysses S. Grant (USMA 1843), at Appomattox Court House, Va., ended the Civil War. Fort Lee, Va., was named in his honor.

DOUGLAS MacARTHUR ’03 After World War I, MacArthur returned to West Point to serve as the Academy’s 31st Superintendent from 1919 to 1922. During that time, he was responsible for the revitalization of the Academy. He was later promoted to General of the Army and served as Supreme Allied Commander in the Pacific Theater during World War II. During that time, he received the Medal of Honor for leading defense preparation and operations on the Philippine Islands. He later served as Supreme Allied Commander, Japan, and as commander, United Nations Command in the Far East. He was one of only five officers to be promoted to General of the Army (five stars).

DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER ’15 During World War II, Eisenhower served as Supreme Commander of Allied Forces Europe from 1943 to 1944, during which he led the D-Day invasion of Europe. During that time, he was promoted to General of the Army (five stars). After the war, he served as Army Chief of Staff from 1945 to 1948 and was named President of Columbia University in 1948. He served as the 34th President of the United States from 1953 to 1961 and was one of only five officers to be promoted to General of the Army (five stars).

H. NORMAN SCHWARZKOPF ’56 As Commander-in-Chief, United States Central Command from 1988 to 1991, Schwarzkopf’s command ultimately responded to Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait with the largest U.S. deployment since the Vietnam War, including portions of the Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps as well as units from dozens of nations around the world. After retiring, Schwartzkopf received the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

ULYSSES S. GRANT ’43 Grant distinguished himself during the Civil War at the Battle of Vicksburg in 1863; his victory secured control of the Mississippi River for the Union. President Abe Lincoln later appointed him Commanding General of the Army in March 1864. On April 9, 1865, at Appomattox Court House, Va., Robert E. Lee (USMA 1829) surrendered the Army of Northern Virginia to him, ending the Civil War. Grant later served as the 18th President of the United States from 1869 to 1877. Today, his image graces the $50 bill. GEORGE W. GOETHALS ’80 Goethals became an architect and was builder of the Panama Canal, 1904 TO 1914. JOHN J. PERSHING ’86 Considered the second most senior officer in Army history, behind only George Washington, Pershing served as commander of the American Expeditionary Force during World War I. The two-million-plus troops of the AEF made a decisive contribution to the defeat of Imperial Germany. Pershing’s abilities as a leader distinguished him among European commanders, and through repeated successes on the battlefield, promoted American prestige around the world. He served as Army Chief of Staff in 1921, and was named General of the Armies of the United States upon his retirement in 1924.

GEORGE S. PATTON JR. ’09 “Old Blood and Guts,” Patton was one of the most colorful commanders in the Army. During World War II the famed commander of the 2nd Armored Division and later the Third Army displayed courage and daring as prominently as the pair of ivory handled revolvers he wore. Patton accomplished one of the most remarkable feats in military history in December 1944, when he quickly turned the Third Army northward to reinforce the Allied southern flank against the German attack in the Battle of the Bulge. The General’s doctrine of aggressive employment of massive armor forces continue to prove themselves in combat arenas around the world. OMAR N. BRADLEY ’15 During his career, Bradley earned a reputation as one of the best infantry commanders in World War II. He commanded the 82nd Airborne and 28th Infantry Divisions before going on to command the 1st Army and the 12th Army Group. After the war he served as Army Chief of Staff from 1948 to 1949 and served as the first Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from 1949 to 1953. He was the last Army officer to be promoted to General of the Army (five stars), and the Bradley fighting vehicle is named in his honor.

ALEXANDER M. HAIG JR. ’47 Haig served as Chief of Staff to President Richard Nixon from 1973 to 1974; Supreme Allied Commander in Europe 1974 to 1979; President of United Technologies Corporation 1980 to 1981 and Secretary of State during the Reagan administration from 1981 to 1982. FRANK BORMAN ’50 An astronaut from 1962 to 1970, Borman commanded the first circumlunar flight of the earth. He later served as President of Eastern Airlines. FIDEL V. RAMOS ’50 One of the Academy’s international cadets, Ramos served as a Philippine Army officer after graduation. He eventually became the country’s military Chief of Staff and later Secretary of National Defense. He also served as President of the Republic of the Philippines from 1992 to 1998. EDWIN E. ALDRIN ’51 An astronaut from 1963 to 1972, Aldrin participated in the first manned lunar landing with Michael Collins (USMA ’52) and was the second man to walk on the moon. EDWARD WHITE ’52 An astronaut from 1962 to 1967, White was the first man to walk in space and was one of the three astronauts killed in the Apollo I disaster in 1967.

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PETER M. DAWKINS ’59 Dawkins was Cadet Brigade Commander (First Captain of the U.S. Corps of Cadets) as a senior and became the third Heisman Trophy winner in Army football history. He later served as chairman and CEO of Primerica. JAMES V. KIMSEY ’62 Kimsey was the founding chairman of America Online, and was named chairman emeritus in 1996. He founded the Kimsey Foundation in 1996. MICHAEL W. KRZYZEWSKI ’69 Krzyzewski served as head basketball coach at West Point from 1974 to 1979 before assuming similar duties at Duke University. Krzyzewski has led the Blue Devils to three national championships and was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in October 2001. He coached the U.S. at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. RAYMOND T. ODIERNO ‘76 Odierno commanded the 4th Infantry Division during the fall of 2003 which, along with Special Forces units, captured Saddam Hussein in December of that year. Odierno helped plan and coordinate the raid that netted Iraq’s fallen dictator. ROBERT S. KIMBROUGH ’89 Kimbrough was named one of 11 new astronaut candidates by NASA in May 2004. Kimbrough ranks among Army Baseball’s career leaders in saves. A veteran of Desert Storm, he currently works for NASA in Houston as a flight simulation engineer and participated in a space shuttle mission last fall.

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CENTER FOR ENHANCED PERFORMANCE

2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE The Center For Enhanced Performance (CEP) ensures that every cadet now has the opportunity to develop expertise in the key mental skills which underlie high-level performance in all situations. It offers three programs designed to maximize West Point cadet performance, as well as export these critical mental skills to the United States Army at large. The Performance Enhancement Program (PEP) uses state-of-the-art training methods and sophisticated audio/video technologies, while broadening the applications to include cadets from every performance endeavor. This training, as comprehensive and detailed as any received by professional and Olympic athletes, enables cadets to develop confidence under pressure, concentration amidst distractions, and composure during times of stress. Cadets participate in individual training sessions, during free periods in their academic schedule, learning, and then applying the skills of imagery, attention control, stress and energy management, and goal setting. Biofeedback training allows cadets to learn crucial self-regulation techniques. Sophisticated audio and video simulations of game and practice situations are created to facilitate guided imagery and mental rehearsal of specific physical, academic, or military skills.

The Academic Excellence Program provides instruction in academic support skills designed to help cadets succeed in the classroom. Three classes are offered throughout the academic year: 1) the Student Success Course, a 20 lesson course combining the study skills of textbook marking, note taking, test preparation and time management, with the mental skills such as attention control, confidence building, stress and energy management; 2) Reading Efficiency, a 10 lesson course designed to improve reading speed and comprehension through drill and utilization of modern computer technologies; and 3) Information Literacy and Critical Thinking, a 20-lesson course taught jointly with the USMA Library staff created to enhance problem-solving skills and critically read and evaluate research. The CEP Tutor Program organizes final exam preparation sessions at the end of each semester, and cadet tutors for nearly every academic course are available throughout the year. Most recently the CEP created the Military Enhancement Program (MEP), designed to apply the skills and techniques taught by the Performance Enhancement Program within a military context. MEP Training is now nested throughout the 47 months of the West Point experience. These programs are unique aids to the every member of the Corps of Cadets who seeks to achieve their full potential in academics, athletics and military training. The Center for Enhanced Performance is a powerful demonstration of the Academy’s commitment to provide the finest training available to

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CAPTAIN ERIC SEFCHIK

The West Point academic calendar is broken down into Day One and Day Two. Below are the typical schedules for senior captain Eric Sefchik. A Management major, Sefchik is a three-time Atlantic Hockey Association AllAcademic Team honoree. Day One 0630 .................................................. Wake-up 0655 ............................... Breakfast formation 0700-0720 ...............Breakfast with company 0730-825 ............................Study/Homework 0840-0935 ............. Applied Systems Design/ ............................................... Decision Making 0950-1045 .........................Study/Homework 1100-1155 ............. Operations Management 1200 ......................................Lunch formation 1210-1235 ........................... Lunch with team 1245-1340 ................................Personal time 1355-1450 ..........................Study/Homework 1530-1800 ............................ Hockey practice 1830 .................................... Dinner with team 1900-2030 ..........................Study/Homework 0000 ................................................ Lights out Day Two 0630 .................................................. Wake-up 0655 ............................... Breakfast formation 0700-0720 ...............Breakfast with company 0730-825 ......................History of Military Art 0840-0935 ...Human Resource Management 0950-1045 ......................Managerial Finance 1100-1155 ..........................Study/Homework 1200 ......................................Lunch formation 1210-1235 ........................... Lunch with team 1245-1340 ............................... Personal Time 1355-1450 ..................................... Officership 1530-1800 ............................ Hockey practice 1830 .................................... Dinner with team 1900-2030 ..........................Study/Homework 0000 ................................................ Lights out

the future leaders of the nation. The results the program has had on hockey players is undeniable. In the last two years, 21 player)s, despite the rigorous nature of the Academy, were named to the Atlantic Hockey Association Academic team. Jay Clark was an Academic All-Star Team member for the highest grade point average among those at his position for the last two years and also earned Academic All-District honors.

DETERMINE IF YOU MEET ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS To meet West Point’s minimum entrance requirements, you must: be at least 17 but not yet 23 on the day you enter West Point; be a U.S. citizen at the time you enter (except for foreign cadets as noted above); not be married or pregnant, nor have a legal obligation to support a child or other dependent. Additionally, you must meet academic, medical and physical qualifications. To be considered academically qualified, you should have an above-average high school or college academic record and strong performance on the standardized American College Testing (ACT) Assessment Program Exam or the College Board Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). Additionally, you should take a strong college preparatory program in high school, including four years of English, four years of math (including trigonometry), two years of laboratory science, two years of a foreign language and one year of U.S. history.

To be medically qualified, you must be in good physical and mental health and pass a medical exam administered by the Department of Defense. To meet physical qualification standards, you must demonstrate above-average strength, endurance and agility. The West Point Field Force administers a Physical Aptitude Exam to measure these traits. The exam includes: pull-ups for men/ flexed arm hang for women, basketball throw from the kneeling position, standing long jump, a 300-yard shuttle run and a two-minute bout of push-ups. APPLY FOR A NOMINATION

A nomination is the legal authority for West Point to consider a candidate for admission. Nominations are available from every member of Congress and from the representatives to Congress listed above. At a minimum, you should apply to your two senators, your representative and the Vice President. Nominations are also available, from the President, for children of career military personnel, and from the Secretary of the Army for enlisted soldiers in the Regular Army, Army Reserve or Army National Guard; for children of deceased or 100% disabled veterans; children of persons awarded the Medal of Honor; and students in Army ROTC, Army Junior ROTC, or Navy, Air Force, or Marine Junior ROTC units which have been designated as Honor Units with Distinction. START A FILE AT WEST POINT West Point will start your candidate file upon receipt of a completed Precandidate Questionnaire. You may obtain a questionnaire by writing or calling: Director of Admissions U.S. Military Academy 646 Swift Road West Point, NY 10996-1905 (845) 938-4041 Automated admissions information is also available at the above phone number. Additionally, you can request a questionnaire from the Academy’s World Wide Web page at: www.

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Academic Disciplines > Art, Philosophy and Literature > Basic Science > Chemical Engineering > Chemical Engineering Studies > Chemistry > Civil Engineering* > Civil Engineering Studies > Computer Science** > Economics > Electrical Engineering* > Electronic & Info. Technology Systems > Engineering Management* > Engineering Psychology > Environmental Engineering > Environmental Geography > Environmental Science > Environmental Studies > Foreign Area Studies > Foreign Languages > Geospatial Information Science > History > Human Geography > Information Systems Engineering > Law and Legal Studies > Leadership > Life Science > Management > Mathematical Sciences > Mechanical Engineering* > Mechanical Engineering Studies > Military Art and Science > Nuclear Engineering > Nuclear Engineering Science > Operations Research > Operations Research Studies > Physics > Political Science > Psychology > Sociology > Systems Engineering* > Systems Management *Major programs accredited by the Engineering Accredidation Commissions (EAC) of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) **Major programs accredited by the Computer Science Accreditation Commissions (CSAC) of the Computing Sciences Accreditation Board (CSAB) which is now part of ABET.

usma.edu/Admissions. The web site also includes additional information about the admissions process as well as the courses of instruction available at West Point. Finally, if you are at least a high school junior and are sincerely interested in attending West Point and serving as an officer in the U.S. Army, you should talk to your school guidance counselor. Each counselor’s office has a copy of the latest West Point catalog and information to help you with your college choices.

WEST POINT ACADEMICS

Peterson’s Guide ranks West Point as one of the most competitive colleges in the nation and Forbes ranks West Point as American’s best college. There are approximately 12,000 applications each year for less than 1,200 cadet vacancies. Applicants compete for vacancies and are evaluated in three areas: academics, physical aptitude and demonstrated leadership ability. Cadet vacancies are allocated to each member of Congress and to the representatives to Congress from Washington, D.C., Guam, the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, American Samoa and the Mariana Islands. Many foreign governments are also invited to nominate cadets under a Department of State program, so the student population at West Point is incredibly diverse. The following is an overview of the first three steps toward gaining admittance to West Point. Further information regarding the admissions process and orientation visits is available by calling the Director of Admissions at (845) 938-4041. Should you wish to schedule an official visit, contact the Army Hockey office at (845) 938-3711.

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2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE “What makes West Point special is how tough the school is actually helps you to grow as a person.” – ERIC SEFCHIK, CLASS OF 2010 “What makes West Point so special is its ability to establish an environment that provides each student with the tools needed for success, but yet creates such a level of stress and unique set of obstacles that molds each person aca-

FROM THE PLAYERS PERSPECTIVE

demically, physically, and morally.” – ALEX MCRAE, CLASS OF 2012 “What makes West Point so special is what it brings out in people. I have never worked so hard in anything in my life. From waking up early in the morning to go run so I can make sure I am in peak beach condition for the summer, to going to class and doing homework all night so I don’t fail my classes, to getting up to the rink and skating/lifting/working out, it is a very jam-packed day. Everyone here does it, and even though some people complain, they get up every day and do it.” – WILL RYAN, CLASS OF 2009 “I use to think it was the unique experience between academics, military, and athletics but I have realized that the special thing about West Point is the people you meet.” – ZACH MCKELVIE, CLASS OF 2009 “There is an intense feeling of pride you get when you stand on the blue line for the national anthem before a game in front of a packed house. Knowing you’re representing an institution with as much history and purpose as West Point. Knowing that you have overcome significant challenges to succeed at the Academy and as a hockey player to even make it to that game night, and knowing that your standing next to 20 or so guys are truly your brothers. I’ve never felt as good about wearing a logo on my chest, or wearing the flag on the back of my helmet.” – BIFF MCNALLY, CLASS OF 2008 2009-10 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 18

“Having the opportunity to coach here at West Point is both an honor and a privilege. On a daily basis, you have an opportunity to interact with the most impressive young people that this country has to offer. Knowing that in some small way, you as a coach help develop these young men to become the future leaders -- in not only the U.S. Army but in this country -- makes coaching here at West Point both a rewarding and humbling experience.”

“My wife (Molly) and I consider it an honor to serve here at West Point. Working on a daily basis with these outstanding young men has been one of the most rewarding experiences of our lives.” – ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH ROB HABERBUSCH. (HIS WIFE, MOLLY, TEACHES IN THE

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION)

“When first stepping foot on the academy grounds, I was immediately impressed with the tremendous amount of history behind every door. The sense of pride within West Point is second to none, and I feel honored to become a part of this storied tradition. Coach Riley and his staff run a first-class program with a family atmosphere and I am grateful to assist in those efforts. This community has been extremely welcoming and I feel privileged to have the opportunity to coach the future leaders of this country here at West Point.” –ASSISTANT COACH TREVOR LARGE 2009-10 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 19

FROM THE COACHES PERSPECTIVE

– HEAD COACH BRIAN RILEY

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ATHLETIC TRAINING

2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE Stationed on the first floor of Kimsey Athletic Center, Army’s athletic training department moved into its new and spacious home in the spring of 2003. The athletic training room now covers 9,500 square feet, housing the finest equipment available for the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. Highlights of the facility include a 1,202-square-foot cardiovascular room containing more than 25 pieces of equipment; a state-ofthe-art hydrotherapy area equipped with a 2,018-square-foot rehabilitation pool, Jacuzzi, two large pools, and four regular pools; 10 treatment tables; five modular taping tables; high-density storage; and a physician’s office with X-ray capability. The training room also features a vast array of the latest treatment and rehabilitation equipment. Thanks to the expansive new treatment area, Army’s athletic training staff can service countless Black Knight athletes simultaneously so they are able to realize their full potential on the “fields of friendly strife.” Tim Kelly serves as the athletic trainer for the hockey team.

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O’MEARA, MALEK, DAWKINS CLASS OF 1959 STRENGTH DEVELOPMENT CENTER

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STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING

An integral component in Army’s intercollegiate athletic program is the strength and conditioning department. The most visible sign of Army’s commitment in this area is the O’Meara, Malek, Dawkins, Class of 1959 Strength Development Center in Kimsey Athletic Center, one of the finest facilities in the nation. The monstrous 20,000-square-foot center is located on the second floor of Kimsey Athletic Center and features 30 tons of plates and dumbbells; 15 pieces of cardiovascular equipment, including six high-speed treadmills; a state-of-the-art weight training area with 16 rack and platform training stations, as well as a separate dumbbell area; and top-of-the-line Hammer strength equipment. Under the direction of Scott Swanson, the O’Meara, Malek, Dawkins, Class of 1959 Strength Development Center rivals any training facility in the country. Kevin Schadt serves as the strength and conditioning coach for the hockey team.

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2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE West Point has become a popular training stop for NHL teams. Team visits have ranged from a day to a week and usually include lunch in the Cadet Mess Hall with the Corps of Cadets, military-style training on and off post, utilization of Tate Rink and its locker room and work in the O’Meara, Malek, Dawkins Class of 1959 Strength Development Center. The Florida Panthers, Pittsburgh Penguins, New York Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers, Buffalo Sabres and New Jersey Devils are among the NHL teams that have worked out at West Point. The U.S. Junior National team and Polish National Team have also taken advantage of the state-of-theart facilities.

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BRIG. GEN. WILLIAM E. RAPP COMMANDANT OF CADETS

BRIG. GEN. PATRICK FINNEGAN DEAN OF THE ACADEMIC BOARD

Lt. Gen. Franklin L. Hagenbeck assumed duties as the 57th Superintendent of the United States Military Academy in June 2006. Hagenbeck was commissioned from West Point in 1971. He earned a master’s degree in Exercise Physiology and served as an assistant football coach at Florida State University. While assigned to the Academy’s Department of Physical Education, he earned a Master of Business Administration from Long Island University. His military education includes the Army War College, Army Command and General Staff College and the Infantry Officer Advanced Course. Hagenbeck has commanded at every level from company through division, culminating as Commanding General of the 10th Mountain Division. He has also served in the 25th Infantry Division, 10th Mountain Division, 101st and 82nd Airborne Divisions and The U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command. Among his other assignments, Hagenbeck served as the Army’s Deputy Chief of Staff, G-1, and in numerous staff positions. His Joint assignments include: Exchange Officer and Tactics Instructor to the Royal Australian Infantry Center; Deputy Director for Politico-Military Affairs for Global and Multi-Lateral Issues and Western Hemisphere; Strategic Plans and Policy Directorate (J5); and Deputy Director for Current Operations, J33, Joint Staff. He served as Commander, Coalition Joint Task Force Mountain, Operations Enduring Freedom/Anaconda and Deputy Commanding General, Combined Joint Task Force 180 in Afghanistan. Hagenbeck’s decorations include the Distinguished Service Medal; Defense Superior Service Medal (oak leaf cluster); Legion of Merit (four oak leaf clusters); Bronze Star (oak leaf cluster); Meritorious Service Medal (two oak leaf clusters); Army Commendation Medal (oak leaf cluster); Army Achievement Medal; Air Assault Badge; Master Parachutist Badge; Expert Infantryman Badge; Australian, British, and Honduran Airborne Wings; Joint Chiefs of Staff Identification Badge and Army Staff Identification Badge.

Brig. Gen William E. Rapp took command of the United States Corps of Cadets as the 72nd Commandant of Cadets in October of 2009. Rapp graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1984 and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Corps of Engineers. His civilian education includes a Bachelor of Science degree from USMA, a Masters of Arts in Political Science and a PhD in International Relations from Stanford University. His military education includes the Engineer Officer Basic Course, Infantry Officer Advanced Course, US Army Command and General Staff College, the Army War College where he earned a Masters of Arts in National Security Policy, and the Joint Forces Staff College. He was the distinguished honor graduate of his Infantry Officer Advance Course, Ranger School class, Jumpmaster class, and the Strategist Program at CGSC. Rapp is a licensed Professional Engineer in the state of Virginia. Rapp’s early assignments included duties as a Platoon Leader, Executive Officer, Assistant S3, and the Corps Operations Officer in Germany and at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. He commanded an airborne engineer company during Operation Desert Storm. Following grad school, he served as an instructor and assistant professor in the Department of Social Sciences at USMA and as an Engineer Battalion S3 and Group S3 at Fort Lewis, Washington. He also served as the Military Assistant to the Secretary of the Army (Civil Works) before commanding the 54th Engineer Battalion (Combat) (Mech) in Bamberg, Germany. Following command, Rapp was selected for the Council of Foreign Relations Fellowship at the Institute for International Policy Studies in Tokyo, Japan. He returned to the States in the summer of 2003 to attend the Army War College before proceeding to Fort Lewis to serve as the Chief of Plans (G3) for I Corps Headquarters. In June 2005, he assumed command of 555th Combat Engineer Group and deployed in support of the 101st Airborne Division for Operation Iraqi Freedom. In 2007, Rapp completed his command and returned to Iraq as the Director of the Commander’s Initiatives Group serving under Gen. Petraeus in Multi-National Forces-Iraq. In his most recent assignment, Rapp served as the Commanding General of the Northwestern Division of the Corps of Engineers in Portland, Oregon. Rapp’s awards and decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star with oak leaf cluster, the Meritorious Service Medal with five oak leaf clusters, and the Army Commendation Medal with two oak leaf clusters. He has earned the Combat Action Badge, Master Parachutist wings, Air Assault wings, Ranger Tab, and the Engineer Regiment’s Bronze DeFleury Medal. Rapp is married to the former Debbie Biggi of Sacramento, Calif. They have three children: Anna Marie, David and Robby.

In the summer of 2005, Brig. Gen. Patrick Finnegan was named Dean of the Academic Board at the United States Military Academy. Upon graduation from West Point in 1971, he was commissioned a second lieutenant, attended the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and earned a Master of Public Administration degree in 1973. As a cadet, he served as Chairman of the Honor Committee and head manager of the Army football team. Finnegan received his Juris Doctor from the University of Virginia Law School in 1979. While attending law school, he was a member and editor of the Law Review and was elected to the Order of the Coif. Finnegan has served JAG Corps tours at Bad Kreuznach, Germany (1979-82); the Judge Advocate General’s School, Charlottesville, Va. (198387); Fort Bragg, N.C. (1988-93); MacDill Air Force Base, Fla. (1994-96); and Stuttgart, Germany (1996-98). He served as USMA Staff Judge Advocate from August 1998 until he was appointed as Professor and Head of the Department of Law in July 1999. Prior to his appointment as Dean, Finnegan also served as head officer representative for the Army football team. During his time at Fort Bragg, Finnegan was deployed to the Persian Gulf to participate in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Finnegan’s awards and decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal (oak leaf cluster), Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal (two oak leaf clusters), Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal (two oak leaf clusters), Humanitarian Service Medal, Saudi Arabia/Kuwait Liberation Medal and Defense Meritorious Unit Award (oak leaf cluster). A member of the Virginia Bar and the Phi Kappa Phi Academic Honor Society, Finnegan has also been admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. Finnegan and his wife, Joan, have two daughters: Katie Finnegan Rucker and Jenna Finnegan Bechen; and four grandchildren.

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ACADEMY LEADERSHIP

LT. GEN. FRANKLIN L. HAGENBECK SUPERINTENDENT

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2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE Since Kevin Anderson was introduced as Army’s Director of Athletics on Dec. 13, 2004, West Point’s intercollegiate athletic program has enjoyed immense success both on and off the “fields of friendly strife.” Boasting more than two decades of leadership and experience, Anderson departed his post as executive associate athletic director at Oregon State University to accept the challenge of re-invigorating Army’s proud athletic program. The veteran administrator has played a large role in accomplishing that goal during his five years along the banks of the Hudson. In that time, Army has sent 19 intercollegiate athletic teams to the NCAAs, captured its first National Championship in more than 50 years, witnessed the reviEVIN NDERSON talization of its hockey and men’s basketTH EAR ball programs, and experienced unparalleled success in several others, such as AN RANCISCO TATE baseball, women’s volleyball, women’s tennis and women’s basketball. A year ago, Army’s women’s soccer team became West Point’s ninth different intercollegiate program to advance to the NCAAs under Anderson’s watch, while the baseball team reached a regional final for the first time in school history. During the 2004-05 academic year, Anderson’s first at West Point, Army’s athletic program won a National Championship in rifle, sent a record seven teams to postseason appearances, defeated Navy in the year-long series for the first time since 1978 and forged an overall winning percentage of .582. It marked Army’s finest overall performance in more than a decade. Seventeen of Army’s 25 intercollegiate teams carved records of .500 or better that year as the Black Knights put forth their highest year-long winning percentage since a .604 effort in 1993-94. In addition, Army reclaimed the Patriot League’s Presidents’ Cup—signifying the league’s all-sports champion—for the first time since 1997. Army sent its rifle, gymnastics, baseball, lacrosse, men’s tennis, women’s tennis and golf squads to postseason play, surpassing the previous standard of six teams in NCAA action. Six of Army’s eight spring teams won Patriot League titles that year. Army’s success opposite Navy snapped a 27-year drought in the all-sports rivalry, giving the Black Knights their first series win over Navy since going 9-8-1 (.528) in 1977-78. The Black Knights used their 2004-05 success as a springboard to continued outstanding performances in 2005-06. Army’s fall and winter teams combined to forge back-to-back winning records for the first time since 1993-94. Additionally, four Army teams earned NCAA Tournament appearances in 2005-06, highlighted by the women’s basketball team, which earned the Academy’s first postseason berth at the Division I level. In 2006-07, Anderson presided over a resurgence of Army’s men’s basketball and hockey programs, as well as the continued success of the Black Knights’ women’s basketball squad, which set a single season school record for victories at the Division I level. All three programs flourished again the following year with hockey earning its first Atlantic Hockey Association regular-season crown and the men’s basketball squad advancing in the Patriot League postseason for the second straight year, a first since 1995 and 1996. Additionally, a young Black Knights’ baseball team captured its third regular season Patriot League championship in five years and Army’s women’s tennis team earned its fourth consecutive conference championship and accompanying NCAA berth. Three Army teams traveled to the NCAAs last season, headlined by the women’s soccer and baseball squads. The Black Knights’ baseball team gained national attention by reaching the finals of the Austin Regional and nearly upsetting national top seed and NCAA runnerup Texas in a championship game. Off the field, construction of the Foley Athletic Center, a spacious indoor practice facility for football, was completed in the winter of 2007. During Anderson’s time at West Point, Randall Hall, which houses offices, locker rooms and team rooms for men’s and women’s basketball, as well as luxury suites that overlook historic Michie Stadium, was also unveiled. Army’s fabled football home received additional state-ofthe-art amenities last summer with the installation of a new FieldTurf playing surface and a sparkling 30-foot-by-50-foot scoreboard, complete with a 20-foot-by-50-foot high-definition video board.

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In the last year alone, Anderson led the search that resulted in the hiring of Rich Ellerson as Army’s 36th head football coach. He was also instrumental in negotiating a broadcast extension with CBS Sports to televise the Army-Navy football game to 2018, a new national television deal for Army’s football program, separate contracts with three different cities to serve as host for future Army-Navy games, and a landmark agreement with the New York Yankees that will result in Army’s football team playing six games over the next years at Yankee Stadium. As part of the deal, Army will battle Notre Dame next fall in the first college football game to be played at the Yankees’ majestic new home. Prior to his busy 2008-09 academic year, Anderson brokered major broadcast agreements for Army’s football program with ESPN and WABC Radio (770-AM), as well as aligning the Black Knights’ athletics teams with Nike, as part of a significant apparel deal, and Learfield Sports Properties. The Army “A” Club has continued to flourish under Anderson’s leadership, establishing school records for annual giving during each of his four years at the Academy. During his time at Oregon State, Anderson directed the athletic department’s external operations, to include marketing and promotions, sports information, ticket operations and the Beaver Athletic Student Fund. He also oversaw Oregon State’s highly successful football, men’s basketball and baseball programs, leading the search and recruitment for head football coach Mike Riley. Anderson, who ranks as the first African-American to hold the position of director of athletics at West Point, was a member of an OSU management staff that balanced the athletic department’s budget for the first time in nearly 15 years. Anderson took residence in Corvallis, Ore., in December 2002 after serving as executive associate athletic director for external affairs at the University of California. He joined the California staff in November 1997 as assistant athletic director for annual programs and was promoted to associate athletic director for development, tickets and the Bears’ baseball team in March 1999. At California, Anderson oversaw all fundraising matters involving capital giving and capital projects, as well as ticketing operations. He also functioned as the primary major gift officer for the athletic department. Under his leadership, California raised more than $5 million annually, including a record number of funds in fiscal years 2001 and 2002. Anderson also headed efforts to raise money for a renovation of California’s Memorial Football Stadium. Before accepting his position with the Golden Bears, Anderson served as area executive director of the YMCA of the East Bay from 1995 to 1997. He was director of annual giving with Stanford University’s athletic department from 1993 to 1995. While at Stanford, Anderson worked with the Stanford University Provost, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. Anderson served as director of development, marketing and communications of the San Francisco Education Fund (1990-93) and was Northern California development director for the United Negro Fund (1989-90). He was also a manager with the Xerox Corporation from 1980 through 1989. Anderson graduated from San Francisco State University in 1979 with a bachelor’s degree in political science. He is also a 1981 graduate of the Xerox Corporation’s New Manager School and the Xerox Marketing School in 1986. He completed the executive management program at the Sports Management Institute in 1995. In addition to his duties at West Point, Anderson has served as chairman for the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) Division I-A Athletic Directors McClendon Minority Scholarship Steering Committee and is a member of the NCAA’s Basketball Academic Enhancement Group. In September, he became chairman of the Division I Men’s Basketball Issues Committee. Most recently, Anderson was elected Third Vice President of NACDA in June. Kevin and his wife, Moira, have four children: daughters, Olivia and Michaela; and sons, Kevin Jr. and The Anderson Family: Kevin, Moira, Chauncey. Chauncey, Olivia and Michaela

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THE COACHING STAFF

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HEAD COACH BRIAN RILEY

2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE Brian Riley is just the third Army hockey coach in the past 59 years, and he is pretty familiar with the other two and what it takes to succeed at the United States Military Academy. Brian Riley was named the 16th coach in Army hockey history in 2004 when he succeeded his older brother, Rob, who retired from coaching. Prior to Rob, Jack Riley, their father, stood behind the Black Knights bench for 36 seasons. Brian Riley has started his own legacy along the banks of the Hudson River, earning three Atlantic Hockey Association “Coach of the Year” awards in his first five seasons. Last year, with a team of 12 freshmen, Riley guided the Black Knights to the Atlantic Hockey Association playoffs for the sixth straight season. Included in the wins was a shocking upset of #2 Miami, 3-2 in the consolation game of the Ohio Hockey Classic. Two years ago, Riley led Army to its first regular season championship and won 19 games for the second consecutive season. Army went 19-14-4 in 2007-08, winning the AHA regular season title and the top seed in the conference tournament. For the second straight year, Army advanced to at least the semifinal rounds. Riley was named the league coach of the year for the first time in 200506 when the team finished fifth in conference play after overcoming an 0-7-1 start. In 2006-07, the Black Knights hosted a league playoff game at Tate Rink for the first time and beat Bentley, 6-2. They followed that with a 3-1 win over Connecticut in the semifinals before losing to Air Force in the finals. During the 2007-08 season, Army put together a league-best nine-game unbeaten streak (8-0-1) to clinch the regular season title. Army won the first two games of the best-of-three series with Sacred Heart to advance to the semifinals where a loss to Mercyhurst ended the season. A year ago, Army finished sixth in the conference standings and dropped a series at Mercyhurst, a team that played for the conference tournament championship. In his first campaign behind the Black Knights’ bench, Riley engineered one of the biggest upsets in the NCAA when Army stunned Colgate, 3-2, in Hamilton, N.Y., for his first career win. Riley led his team to 11 wins during that initial season, setting the Academy record for most victories by a rookie head coach. He broke the record established by his brother, Rob, in 198687. In addition, the younger Riley also piloted the Black Knights to their first postseason win in more than a quarter century when Army defeated American International College, 5-3, in the first round of the Atlantic Hockey tournament. Riley’s father, Jack, started it all in 1951 when legendary football coach and athletic director at West Point, Earl “Red” Blaik, hired him to head the hockey program. What began as a one-year contract, turned into a 36-year Hall of Fame career that culminated in 542 wins. Riley’s brother, Rob, took the reins from his father in the fall of 1986 and racked up 306 victories of his own over 18 winters. When Rob officially stepped down in the summer of 2004, he passed the torch (and family tradition) on to his younger brother. Brian brings an extensive resume to his “dream job” at the Academy. No stranger to West Point or the “West Point Experience,” the younger Riley has spent 14 years as an assistant coach to his brother, eventually rising to the position of associate head coach. Brian played an integral role in recruiting many of the athletes that helped Army put together back-to-back 20-win seasons and even tutored former Colorado Avalanche forward Dan Hinote and Boston Bruins free agent signee Zach McKelvie during his career at the Academy. More recently, Riley helped the Black Knights string together five straight postseason appearances as members of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference and Atlantic Hockey. His expertise in working with the defense molded Army’s past squads into one of the most stingy blue line units in college hockey.

A 1983 graduate of Brown, Riley began his coaching career in 1984 with a three-year stint as an assistant coach at SUNY Plattsburgh. During that period, the Cardinals advanced to the NCAA Division III Tournament three times, reaching the championship game twice. In 1988, Riley moved to the Division I ranks at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell. There, he teamed with his cousin, Bill Riley, for one season, directing the River Hawks to the NCAA Tournament, giving him his fourth straight postseason appearance. The following winter, Riley joined his brother’s staff at West Point for the first time where he spent the next seven seasons. In 1996, the West Point native left the comfort and familiarity of the Academy, where he grew up, for the great Midwest and a head coaching position at Shattuck St. Mary’s Prep School in Faribault, Minn. There, Riley carved out a stellar two-year coaching career in which his teams compiled an impressive 94-19-10 record. In his first season, Riley directed the squad to a 40-9-7 record before improving to 54-10-3 in 1997-98. In 1999, Riley returned to West Point, where he served at his brother’s side until assuming the head coaching position in 2004. During his collegiate playing days, Riley co-captained Brown’s hockey squad his senior season, earning honorable mention All-Ivy League. He was presented the Class of ’36 Trophy for his outstanding contributions over his four-year career and the Patrick Jones Trophy for most team spirit. Prior to starring for Brown, Riley attended New Hampton Prep and led the hockey team to a No. 1 national ranking among prep schools. He was chosen as the school’s most outstanding athlete while captaining both the soccer and hockey teams. Riley completed course work on his master’s, earning a graduate degree in Education from Boston University, in May 2003. Riley is married to the former Marybeth Feldman of Highland Falls, N.Y. The couple resides at West Point with their three children: Jack, 17, Danielle, 15, and Brendan, 13.

THE BRIAN RILEY FILE COACHING EXPERIENCE Head Coach, Army, 2004-present Assistant Coach, Army, 1989-96, 1999-2004 Head Coach, Shattuck St. Mary’s Prep School (Minn.), 1996-98 Asst. Coach, UMass-Lowell, 1987-88 Asst. Coach, SUNY Plattsburgh, 1984-87 ATHLETIC BACKGROUND Four-year hockey letterwinner, Brown University; Team Co-Captain, 1982-83 AWARDS/HONORS Atlantic Hockey “Coach of the Year,” 2006, 2007, 2008 Class of ’36 Trophy (Brown), 1983 Patrick Jones Trophy (Brown), 1983 ACADEMIC BACKGROUND B.A., Political Science, Brown University, 1983 M.S., Education, Boston University, 2003 HEAD COACHING RECORD Year 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Career

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School Army Army Army Army Army

Record 11-21-3 12-18-7 19-12-5 19-14-4 11-19-6 72-84-25

Pct. (.357) (.419) (.597) (.568) (.472) (.467)

TREVOR LARGE ASSISTANT COACH

Rob Haberbusch, a native of nearby Montclair, N.J., begins his seventh season with Army and second as Associate Head Coach. Following four seasons as Brian Riley’s top assistant, Haberbusch was promoted last June. A 1993 graduate of Fairfield University, Haberbusch works primarily with the defense and goaltenders. He oversees defensive pairings, goalies and the power play unit and is heavily involved in recruiting, video analysis and player development. During his tenure, Haberbusch has played an important role in Army’s stingy defense. A year ago, the Black Knights allowed around three goals per game and the previous two seasons, led the Atlantic Hockey Association in goals allowed. A tireless recruiter, Haberbusch has helped attract big-time talent to West Point, including All-American goalie Josh Kassel, recordsetting forward Luke Flicek, Boston Bruins free agent signee Zach McKelvie, academic and hockey all-star Bryce Hollweg, two-time captain Chase Podsiad and current medical student Ian McDougall. Now in his seventh season, Haberbusch serves as Riley’s top assistant and oversees Army’s intricate video library. Haberbusch’s tenure at West Point began under Brian’s brother, Rob Riley. Haberbusch spent a year with the older Riley and was retained when Brian Riley was named head coach. Prior to his arrival at Army, Haberbusch spent six seasons as the top assistant at fellow NCAA Division I programs Iona and Findlay. A head coach for the past 12 years at the USA Hockey Select Festivals, Haberbusch was also the head coach at BridgewaterRaritan High School where he took his squad to the New Jersey Interscholastic Hockey League State Tournament in its first year of varsity competition. Prior to that, he spent a year at Dwight Englewood High School. A four-year hockey letterwinner at Fairfield, Haberbusch earned his degree in Political Science. He later completed his master’s degree in Education at Findlay. Haberbusch resides in Washingtonville, N.Y., with his wife Molly, an instructor in the Academy’s Department of Physical Education. The couple has a daughter, Shelby.

Trevor Large begins his second season as Army’s assistant coach. A four-year player at Ferris State, Large joined the Army coaching staff in September a year ago last year and immediately took responsibility for Army’s penalty kill unit and practice plans. In addition, he also works with the forwards and has tutored highscoring skaters Owen Meyer, Eric Sefchik and Cody Omilusik. Large also plays a large role in Army’s recruiting efforts and video analysis. Prior to his arrival at West Point, Large spent the previous two seasons at American International College. Large skated for four seasons with the Bulldogs in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association and registered 33 points in 129 career games. The teams “Most Improved” player in 2001, he was a member of the 2003 regular season championship squad that made the first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance for the Bulldogs. Large and his wife, Molly, reside in Cold Spring, N.Y.

ARMY Coach Capt. Edward King Capt. Robert Foy Lt. George Russell Lt. LeRoy Bartlett Lt. Philip Gordon Lt. Frank Purdon Capt. Joseph Viner Capt. Philip Day Talbot Hunter Ray Marchand Lt. Col. John Hines Maj. Robert Lutz Len Patten Jack Riley Rob Riley Brian Riley Totals

HOCKEY HEAD COACHING HISTORY Years 1904 1905-07 1908-10 1911-12 1913-14 1915-17 1918 1919-20 1921-23 1924-43 1944 1945 1946-50 1951-86 1986-2004 2004-

Seasons 1 3 3 2 2 3 1 2 3 20 1 1 5 36 18 5 105

Record 5-1-0 15-8-0 5-7-4 3-4-1 7-6-0 9-10-1 6-3-0 6-4-1 12-12-2 76-106-9 5-4-0 7-2-1 33-35-2 542-343-20 257-288-33 72-84-25 1060-917-99

COACHING STAFF SUPPORT

TOM DORAN

2ND LT. ZACH MCKELVIE

2ND LT. WILL RYAN

DIRECTOR OF HOCKEY OPERATIONS

ATHLETIC INTERN

ATHLETIC INTERN

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Pct. .833 .652 .438 .438 .538 .475 .667 .591 .500 .421 .556 .750 .486 .610 .473 .467 .534

ASSISTANT COACHES

ROB HABERBUSCH ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH

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OFFICER REPRESENTATIVES

2009-10 Army Hockey Officer Representatives. First row, from left, Col. (R) Eugene Lesinski (Office of Plans & Analysis), Maj. Tim Knoth (Engineering), Maj. Eric Jamison (Social Sciences), Col. Edward Naessens (Head Office Representative, Physics) Chief Warrant Officer 5 Dan Jollota (2nd Aviation Detachment), Maj. Stephen Sucharski (United States Corps of Cadets Tactical Officer), Maj. Dan Bahaghighat (Chemistry and Life Science). Second row, from left, Maj. Tom Kennedy (United States Corps of Cadets Tactical Officer), Lt. Col. Wiley Thompson (Geography and Environmental Engineering), Lt. Col Ted Reich (Engineering), Maj. Keith McManus (Physics), Sergeant First Class Brock Noah (Department of Military Instruction), Lt. Col Joe Doty (Army Center of Excellence for the Professional Military Ethics).

SUPPORT STAFF

GENE MARSHALL

TIM KELLY

KEVIN SCHADT

DEPUTY ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER

STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING

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THE PLAYERS

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NUMERICAL ROSTER

ROSTER BREAKDOWN

No. Name

Pos. Cl.

Ht.

Wt.

Hometown/High School (Last Team, League)

1 Joe Spracklen

G

Sr.

6-0

196

Kennewick, Wash./Southridge (Minnesota Ice Hawks, MJHL)

2 Marcel Alvarez

D

So.

5-10 185

Cleveland, Ohio/St. Ignatius (Brockville Braves, CJHL)

4 Cody Ikkala

D

Fr.

6-2

210

Philadelphia, Pa./Marquette Senior (Vernon Vipers, BCHL)

5 John Clark

D

Fr.

5-8

185

Baudette, Minn./Lake of the Woods (Bismarck Bobcats, NAHL)

6 Cody Omilusik

F

Jr.

5-10 175

Traverse City, Mich./Trav. City Central (Sante Fe RoadRunners, NAHL)

7 Jon Bobb

F

Fr.

6-2

200

Phoenix, Ariz./Mountain Point (Motor City Machine, NAHL)

8 Alex McRae

F

So.

6-0

209

Mindoro, Wisc./Melrose Mindora (Fairbanks Icedogs, NAHL)

9 Mike Hull

F

So.

5-9

182

Grosse Pointe Woods, Mich./Grosse Pointe North (St. Louis Bandits, NAHL)

10 Drew Pierson

F

Jr.

5-9

185

Pleasant Prairie, Wisc./Shattuck St. Mary’s (Alpena Icediggers, NAHL)

11 Andy Starczewski

F

Fr.

6-1

205

Whiteboro, N.Y./Northwood (Pembroke Lumberkings, CJHL)

13 Eric Sefchik

F

Sr.

5-10 185

Brooklyn, Ohio/St. Edwards (Cornwall Colts, CJHL)

14 Pat Copeland

D

Jr.

5-11 195

Dexter, Ore./Pleasant Hill (Trail Smoke Eaters, BCHL)

15 Mark Dube

F

So.

5-10 195

Billerica, Mass./Belmont-Hill (New England Huskies, EJHL)

16 Chris Spracklen

F

Jr.

6-1

180

Kennewick, Wash./Southridge (Oswego Admirals, OPJHL)

17 Mike Santee

F

Fr.

5-9

175

Park Ridge, Ill./Maine South (Pembroke Lumberkings, CJHL)

18 Joey Ammon

F

Jr.

5-10 175

Ashburn, Va./Banff Community H.S. (Bridgewater Bandits, EJHL)

19 Jack Barnes

F

So.

6-1

Victoria, Minn./The Blake School

20 Pat Ryan

D

So.

5-10 185

Bloomfield Hills, Mich./Gilmore Academy (Bridgewater Bandits, EJHL)

21 Owen Meyer

F

Sr.

6-2

Dundee, Ill./Dundee Crown (Mahoning Valley Phantoms, NAHL)

22 Bryant Skarda

F

So.

5-10 175

Lake Elmo, Minn./Hill-Murray (North Iowa Outlaws, NAHL)

23 Bill Day

D

So.

5-8

175

Vienna, Va./George C. Marshall (Jersey Hitmen, EJHL)

24 Danny Colvin

F

So.

5-9

195

Vernon, N.J./Kent School

25 Cheyne Rocha

D

Fr.

6-2

175

Rye, N.H./St. Paul’s School (New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs, EJHL)

26 Bret Larson

D

So.

6-2

209

Marquette, Mich./Marquette (Bay State Breakers, EJHL)

27 Kyle Maggard

F

So.

5-8

170

Cleveland, Ohio/Gilmour Academy (Bismarck Bobcats, NAHL)

30 Ryan Leets

G

Fr.

5-11 175

Kentwood, Mich./Jefferson Senior (Alexandria Blizzard, NAHL)

35 Jay Clark

G

Jr.

5-11 181

Baudette, Minn./Lake of the Woods (North Iowa Outlaws, NAHL)

185 185

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER N O. 2 18 19 7 35 5 24 14 23

PLAYER Marcel Alvarez Joey Ammon Jack Barnes Jon Bobb Jay Clark John Clark Danny Colvin Pat Copeland Bill Day

N O. 15 9 4 26 30 27 8 21 6

PLAYER Mark Dube Mike Hull Cody Ikkala Bret Larson Ryan Leets Kyle Maggard Alex McRae Owen Meyer Cody Omilusik

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N O. 10 25 20 17 13 22 16 1 11

PLAYER Drew Pierson Cheyne Rocha Pat Ryan Mike Santee Eric Sefchik Bryant Skarda Chris Spracklen Joe Spracklen Andy Starczewski

BLACK KNIGHTS BY POSITIONS

Seniors (3) #21 Owen Meyer #13 Eric Sefchik #1 Joe Spracklen Juniors (6) #18 Joey Ammon #35 Jay Clark #14 Pat Copeland #6 Cody Omilusik #10 Drew Pierson #16 Chris Spracklen Sophomores (11) #2 Marcel Alvarez #19 Jack Barnes #24 Danny Colvin #23 Bill Day #15 Mark Dube #9 Mike Hull #26 Bret Larson #27 Kyle Maggard #8 Alex McRae #20 Pat Ryan #22 Bryant Skarda

Defenseman (8) #2 Marcel Alvarez #5 John Clark #14 Pat Copeland #23 Bill Day #4 Cody Ikkala #26 Bret Larson #25 Cheyne Rocha #20 Pat Ryan

Freshmen (7) #7 Jon Bobb #5 John Clark #4 Cody Ikkala #30 Ryan Leets #25 Cheyne Rocha #17 Mike Santee #11 Andy Starczewski

Goaltenders (3) #35 Jay Clark #30 Ryan Leets #1 Joe Spracklen

BLACK KNIGHTS BY PREVIOUS TEAM British Columbia Hockey League (2) #14 Pat Copeland .................... Trail Smoke Eaters #4 Cody Ikkala.................................. Vernon Vipers Central Junior Hockey League (4) #2 Marcel Alvarez ....................... Brockville Braves #13 Eric Sefchik ............................... Cornwall Colts #17 Mike Santee .............. Pembroke Lumberkings #11 Andy Starczewski...... Pembroke Lumberkings Ontario Provincial Junior Hockey League (1) #16 Chris Spracklen ................... Oswego Admirals Prep School (2) #19 Jack Barnes .........................The Blake School #24 Danny Colvin ................................ Kent School Minnesota Junior Hockey League (1) 1 Joe Spracklen....................Minnesota Ice Hawks

North American Hockey League (11) #7 Jon Bobb ............................ Motor City Machine #35 Jay Clark ........................... North Iowa Outlaws #5 John Clark ............................ Bismarck Bobcats #9 Mike Hull ................................ St. Louis Bandits #30 Ryan Leets ........................ Alexandria Blizzard #27 Kyle Maggard ..................... Bismarck Bobcats #8 Alex McRae .........................Fairbanks Ice Dogs #21 Owen Meyer ........ Mahoning Valley Phantoms #6 Cody Omilusik ............. Sante Fe Road Runners #10 Drew Pierson ...................... Alpena Icediggers #22 Bryant Skarda.................. North Iowa Outlaws Eastern Junior Hockey League (6) #18 Joey Ammon ...................Bridgewater Bandits # 23 Bill Day ..................................... Jersey Hitmen #15 Mark Dube ................... New England Huskies #26 Bret Larson .......................Bay State Breakers #25 Cheyne Rocha..................... N.H. Jr. Monarchs #20 Pat Ryan..........................Bridgewater Bandits

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BLACK KNIGHTS BY STATE Arizona (1) #7 Jon Bobb .................................. Phoenix Illinois (2) #21 Owen Meyer ............................Dundee #17 Mike Santee .......................Park Ridge Massachusetts (1) #15 Mark Dube ............................. Billerica Michigan (5) #9 Mike Hull ............ Grosse Pointe Woods #26 Bret Larson ........................ Marquette #30 Ryan Leets .......................... Kentwood #6 Cody Omilusik ...................Traverse City #20 Pat Ryan.....................Bloomfield Hills Minnesota (4) #19 Jack Barnes ............................ Victoria #35 Jay Clark ............................... Baudette #5 John Clark .............................. Baudette #22 Bryant Skarda.................... Lake Elmo New Jersey (1) #24 Danny Colvin ............................ Vernon New Hampshire (1) #25 Cheyne Rocha ...............................Rye New York (1) #11 Andy Starczewski................Whiteboto Ohio (3) #2 Marcel Alvarez ...................... Cleveland #27 Kyle Maggard ...................... Cleveland # 13Eric Sefchik ........................... Brooklyn Oregon (1) #14 Pat Copeland ............................Dexter Pennsylvania (1) #4 Cody Ikkala........................Philadelphia Virginia (2) #18 Joey Ammon ..........................Ashburn #23 Bill Day ..................................... Vienna Washington (2) #16 Chris Spracklen ................ Kennewick #1 Joe Spracklen ..................... Kennewick Wisconsin (2) #8 Alex McRae ..............................Mindoro #10 Drew Pierson ............ Pleasant Prairie

ROSTER BREAKDOWN

Forwards (16) #18 Joey Ammon #19 Jack Barnes #7 Jon Bobb #24 Danny Colvin #15 Mark Dube #9 Mike Hull #27 Kyle Maggard #8 Alex McRae #21 Owen Meyer #6 Cody Omilusik #10 Drew Pierson #17 Mike Santee #13 Eric Sefchik #22 Bryant Skarda #16 Chris Spracklen #11 Andy Starczewski

BLACK KNIGHTS BY CLASS

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SEASON OUTLOOK

2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE With four of its top five scorers returning, its top goaltender and 20 letterwinners, the Army hockey team begins its season at the Mutual of Omaha Icebreakers Tournament. The Black Knights kick off their 2009-10 season at Nebraska-Omaha in a tournament that also included St. Lawrence and the University of Massachusetts-Lowell. A non-conference game at Merrimack Oct. 17 completes and an early-three game roadtrip before the Black Knights return to Tate Rink and a two-game series against Mercyhurst, Oct. 24-25. Head coach Brian Riley, now in his sixth season, welcomes a veteran group, with 20 players who earned a letter during last season’s 11-19-6 showing. The goals remain the same for Riley and the Black Knights. Secure home-ice advantage for the Atlantic Hockey Association playoffs, win the conference tournament and play in the NCAA Tournament. “We go on the four pillars of Army Hockey,” said Riley. “Be a physical, hard-working team that is mentally tough, which is all really a way of life around here. We want to be a disciplined team and a team that can come together as a family. If we have those four things as our foundation and can build on that, we can work on being a good hockey team.” A roster with three seniors, six juniors, 11

Senior captain Eric Sefchik

Forwards

Cl.

Ht.

Wt.

Defensemen

Cl.

Ht.

Wt.

#18 Joey Ammon

Jr.

5-10

175

#2 Marcel Alvarez

So.

5-10

185

#19 Jack Barnes

So.

6-1

185

#5 John Clark

Fr.

5-8

185

#7 Jon Bobb

Fr.

6-2

200

#24 Danny Colvin

So.

5-9

195

#14 Pat Copeland

Jr.

5-11

195

#15 Mark Dube

So.

5-10

195

#23 Bill Day

So.

5-8

175

#9 Mike Hull

So.

5-9

182

#4 Cody Ikkala

Fr.

6-2

210

So.

6-2

209

#27 Kyle Maggard

So.

5-8

170

#26 Bret Larson

#8 Alex McRae

So.

6-0

209

#25 Cheyne Rocha

Fr.

6-2

175

#20 Pat Ryan

So.

5-10

185

#21 Owen Meyer

Sr.

6-2

285

#6 Cody Omilusik

So.

5-10

175

#10 Drew Pierson

So.

5-9

185

#17 Mike Santee

Fr.

5-9

175

#13 Eric Sefchik

Sr.

5-10

185

#22 Bryant Skarda

So.

5-10

175

#16 Chris Spracklen

Jr.

6-1

180

#11 Andy Starczewski

Fr.

6-1

205

sophomores and seven freshmen will work to capture Army’s second Atlantic Hockey Association regular season title and be in position to host a quarterfinal playoff series in March. Among the returnees, is the top line from last season that combined for 89 points. Senior captain Eric Sefchik will again center that group after posting a team-high 20 assists and nine goals. Fellow senior Owen Meyer led the team with 19 goals and 33 points a year ago and is at one wing with Cody Omilusik (13 goals, 14 assists) on the other. Junior Jay Clark enters the season as the No. 1 goaltender. He played in 24 games last season and posted a 2.98 goals against average and a .914 save percentage. A true student of the game and one of the most prepared goaltenders in the league, Clark’s signature performance last season was a 56-save effort in a 3-2 win against #2 Miami of Ohio. “One of the strengths of our team is the line of Meyer, Sefchik and Omilusik,” said Riley. “It is as good as any line in the league. They are a threat to score every time they are out there. Another positive is Clark in net. He is another goalie in this league, and everyone seems to have one, who can go out and win a game by himself. We are very confident in Jay. We know he can come up big.” Goaltenders #35 Jay Clark #30 Ryan Leets #1 Joe Spracklen

Cl. Jr. Fr. Sr.

Ht. 5-11 5-11 6-0

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Wt. 181 175 196

Senior Joe Spracklen played in three games last year and will serve as the backup while freshman Ryan Leets will have a chance to learn from a pair of experienced keepers. Junior forwards Joey Ammon (5-7-12), Chris Spracklen (2-1-3) and Drew Pierson (0-2-2) will be counted on to carry an increased offensive and leadership role. A large sophomore class gained experience a year ago and will be tabbed for increased production this year and give Riley plenty of line options. Mike Hull scored five goals and dished out 12 assists while Bryant Skarda netted four goals and 10 assists. Danny Colvin dished out seven assists and scored four times while Kyle Maggard had five goals and five assists. Mark Dube finished with five goals and three assists, Alex McRae netted a goal and assist and Jack Barnes scored his first career goal. Junior Pat Copeland is the most experienced member of the defense and will be joined by sophomore Marcel Alvarez, one of only two players to compete in every game last year. Alvarez scored one goal and handed out 15 assists during his freshman campaign. Sophomores Bret Larson and Bill Day round out the experienced defensemen. Pat Ryan is a sophomore in his first year on the roster. “I’m a little concerned about our team defense,” said Riley. “That’s an area we have to improve on. You can’t win championships or get home ice in the playoffs if you have the seventh-best defense in the league. The power play is another area. We have to find ways to score goals. We have to win the special teams battle and we have to improve our team defense.” The seven-member freshmen class should see plenty of ice time. In addition to Leets in goal, the class includes forwards Jon Bobb, Andy Starczewski and Mike Santee and defensemen Cody Ikkala, John Clark and Cheyne Rocha.

#21 OWEN MEYER SENIOR • FORWARD • 6-2 • 185 DUNDEE, ILL. DUNDEE CROWN H.S. MAHONING VALLEY PHANTOMS

2008-09: Appeared in 30 games … led the team in goals, scoring, power play goals and short-handed goals … played just 30 games because of a November injury … tallied 19 goals … 14 assists … 33 points … scored eight power play goals … netted three short-handed goals and three-game winning tallies … finished the season with a +2 plus/minus rating, tops on the team … first team All-Atlantic Hockey Association forward … named AHA Player of the Week January 12 … netted four points in his fourth game of the season … two goals and two assists in 6-3 win against Sacred Heart … scored twice at AIC two games later … four goals were in the midst of the first of two four-game goal-scoring streaks … scored twice and handed out an assist in home date with Mercyhurst … finished series with three goals and assist … scored both game-winning goals in home sweep of the lakers … scored once in both games against Holy Cross, both overtime ties … handed out two assists in upset of #2 Miami at Ohio Hockey Classic … scored twice on the power play at AIC in final game of the regular season, including the game-winning tally … scored one of two Army playoff goals … scored short-handed at Connecticut, at home opposite AIC and against Holy Cross. 2007-08: Appeared in all 37 games … one of just three players to play in every game … second-team All-Atlantic Hockey Association choice … tied for the team scoring lead with 39 points … led the team with 21 goals … third on the squad with 18 assists .. team-high seven power play scores … notched one short-handed tally … tied for the team lead with four game-winning goals … 11 multiple-point games … registered first career hat trick against American International … scored three times in a 7-1 victory … dished out a career-best five assists in his next game, a 7-2 win over Bentley … scored once and handed out an assist against AIC for stretch of three games with four goals and six assists … scored two goals in a 6-1 win at Sacred Heart … had a goal and assist in early-season win against Connecticut, team’s first win of the season … goal and assist in 2-2 tie at RIT … assisted on lone goal in 1-1 draw with RIT the next night … scored twice and had two assists in regular season home and home sweep against American International … two assists and a goal in 6-3 win against Bentley … two goals and one assist to help team earn a share of the regular season title with a victory at Sacred Heart … one goal and two assists in first-round playoff sweep of AIC … twice netted game-winning goals against AIC and Sacred Heart … finished the season with a +12 plus/minus, tied for second best on the squad … Atlantic Hockey Association Player of the Week once.

Background: Played in 57 games for the Mahoning Valley Phantoms of the North American Hockey League ... accumulated 19 goals and 19 assists ... both totals were fifth-best on the squad ... 38 points also listed fifth on the team ... racked up 30 penalty minutes for head coach Bob Mainhardt ... son of Tom and Janet Meyer ... has one brother, Dustin ... uncle, Art Hartman, is a 1985 USMA graduate, who played football at Army ... uncle, Thomas Whitehouse, is a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Marine Corps ... enjoys playing golf and wakeboarding ... lists Peter Forsberg as his favorite athlete ... majoring in Management.

#21 OWEN MEYER Year GM 2006-07 34 2007-08 37 2008-09 30 Totals 101

G 13 21 19 53

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 16 29 6 18 39 7 14 33 8 48 101 21

SHG 1 1 3 5

GWG 1 4 3 8

SHG 1 1 3 5

GWG 1 3 3 7

Multiple Point Games: 24 Most Recent: 2-28-09 at AIC (2PPG) Career Highs: Goals: 3 (11/10/07 vs. AIC, 11/10/07) Assists: 5 (11/16/07 vs. Bentley) Points: 5 (11/16/07 vs. Bentley) Year GM 2006-07 27 2007-08 28 2008-09 23 Totals 78

G 9 18 18 45

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CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 13 22 4 16 34 7 11 29 7 40 85 18

THE BLACK KNIGHTS

One of three members of the senior class … one of the top players in the Atlantic Hockey Association … threatening league scoring marks … has the ability to take over a game … one of the most skilled forwards in recent Army hockey history …dangerous on the power play … also skates with the penalty kill unit … high expectations for final season … participated in NHL Development camps with the Chicago Blackhawks and Washington Capitals over the summer … has played in 101 career games … 101 career points … 53 goals … 48 assists … 21 career power play goals … has scored five short-handed goals … eight game-winning goals … 24 career multiple-point games … three-time Atlantic Hockey Association honoree … member of the All-Rookie Team … second team selection as a sophomore … first team forward as a junior … three-time letterwinner.

2006-07: Appeared in 34 I Wear #21 Because: When I was games … third on the team younger, I wanted to be like Peter with 29 points … second on Forsberg. the team with 13 goals … tied Favorite Opponent: Ranked Teams. for fourth with 16 assists … What’s In My IPod: Slightly Stoopid won eight of 13 faceoffs … four and David Guetta multiple-point games … third Favorite Thing About Army on team with six power play Hockey: The family atmosphere and tallies … earned a point in all three playoff games ... netted a the friends. goal and assist in a 4-3 win at My Teammates Would Be SurBentley … handed out all three prised If: I wasn’t laughing or joking assists in a 3-all tie at Sacred about something. Heart … scored a goal and asFirst Job: Lifetime Fitness, working sisted on the game-winning with little kids is always fun, especially score in a 3-1 win over Conwhen there is sports involved. necticut in the Atlantic Hockey Talent I’d Most Like To Have: Play semifinals … added an insurthe piano as good as my dad. ance goal in that contest with Favorite Athletes to Watch In a power play score … dished Another Sport: Christiano Ronaldo. out an assist in the Atlantic He a magician with his feet. Great Hockey Tournament finals ... style too. scored game-winning goal in 2-1 triumph over Mercyhurst at My Hero: Bobby Orr, Watch The Best Tate Rink ... notched a shortof Bobby Orr and you’ll know why. handed goal in a tie with ConMy Bucket List: Wingsuit jumping necticut ... scored a goal in all and going to Ibiza. four games against the Huskies ... eight points opposite Sacred Heart (two goals, six assists) ... scored a goal in each of the first two games of the season vs. Ryerson ... named to the Atlantic Hockey AllRookie Team.

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CAPTAIN #13 ERIC SEFCHIK SENIOR • FORWARD • 5-10 • 185 BROOKLYN, OHIO ST. EDWARDS CORNWALL COLTS

THE BLACK KNIGHTS

One of three members of the senior class … elected team captain prior to the start of his senior season … will center top line for second season … plays on both power play and penalty kill units … physical player … has made improvements each season … underrated center … has played in 90 career games … 14 goals and 32 assists … two power play, two short-handed and three game-winning goals … production and games played has increased each season … eight multiple-point games … three-time Atlantic Hockey Association AllAcademic Team choice … three-time letterwinner. 2008-09: Appeared in all 36 games … one of three players to compete in every game … scored nine goals … posted a team-best 20 assists … shared the team lead with three game-winning goals … two-short-handed goals … scored goals in nine different games … five multiple-point games … handed out two assists at AIC to complete stretch of four assists in three games … scored the game-winning goal to stun #2 Miami … third-period goal came with the team short-handed in 3-2 win … racked up five points in two-game sweep of Mercyhurst … one goal and four assists … tallied game-winner at home against AIC … netted game-winning goal at Canisius, also short-handed … won 422 of 900 faceoffs … earned AHA All-Academic Team honors. 2007-08: Appeared in 34 games … three goals and 10 assists … scored one power play goal … three multiple-point games … handed out two assists in a 4-2 win against Sacred Heart … goal and careerbest three assists in a 6-0 blanking of Connecticut … four-point evening was a career-best … goal and assist as Army opened its playoff series with AIC with a 4-0 win … credited with an assist the next night for the sweep … scored a power play goal in a non-conference loss to Union … also registered assists in regular season game against AIC … had an assist in each game in a sweep of Sacred Heart that clinched the Atlantic Hockey As-

#13 ERIC SEFCHIK Year GM 2006-07 20 2007-08 34 2008-09 36 Totals 90

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CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 2 4 1 10 13 1 20 29 0 32 46 2

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Multiple Point Games: 8 Most Recent: at AIC, 2-28-09 (G, A) Career Highs: Goals: 1 (14 times, most recent at AIC, 2-28-09) Assists: 3 (twice, vs. Mercyhurst, 1-10-09; vs. Connecticut, 2-2-08) Points: 4 (vs. Mercyhurst, 1-10-09, G, 3A) Year GM 2006-07 18 2007-08 25 2008-09 28 Totals 71

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sociation regular season championship … finished the season with a +3 plus/ minus rating … won 144 of 315 faceoffs … earned AHA All-Academic Team honors. 2006-07: Played in 20 games and earned a letter … scored the first two goals of his collegiate career … also dished out two assists … scored a power play goal in a loss to Canisius … assisted on a goal a night earlier … picked up first collegiate point in the second game of the season with an assist … scored his first career goal in a 4-2 win over AIC … goal came in the third period ... won 96 of 160 faceoffs … earned AHA All-Academic Team honors.

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I Wear #13 Because: My birthday is on July 13 Favorite Rink: Tate Rink Favorite Opponent: RIT Team Most Like To See Added To The Schedule: University of Maine Arena I Want To Play In: Joe Louis Arena My Teammates Would Be Surprised I: Tap danced when I was little, hence the dance music on my iPod. Talent I’d Most Like To Have: Soccer Skills Favorite Athletes to Watch In Another Sport: Lebron James, “We are all WITNESS” My Hero: My Dad My Bucket List: I want to be the new host of PTI. I want Harry Carey and Mike Ditka at my last birthday party. I want to fight Muhammed Ali, in his prime, on the moon in a bubble stadium. I want to play 18 holes with Tiger Woods, also on the moon (I’ve seen the commercials it can be done). At the next Cleveland Indians game I want to throw out the first pitch and the last pitch.

Background: Appeared in 53 games for the Cornwall Colts of the Central Junior Hockey League ... racked up 56 points, third-most on the team ... tallied 22 goals, the fourth-highest total on the club ... dished out 34 assists, which also ranked fourth on the team ... garnered 59 penalty minutes ... played for head coach Al Wagar ... helped lead the Colts to a 26-24-3 mark ... named offensive MVP of his high school team ... led the state in points as a senior ... son of Ray and Mary Ellen Sefchik ... has one brother, Jimmy, and one sister, Brianna ... lists Steve Yzerman as his favorite athlete ... played on a nationally ranked roller hockey team as a defenseman … majoring in Management.

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#1 JOE SPRACKLEN SENIOR • GOALIE • 6-0 • 196 KENNEWICK, WASH. SOUTHRIDGE MINNESOTA ICE HAWKS Enters the season as the chief backup to Jay Clark … gained valuable experience last two years … per NCAA rules sat out his freshman season after playing major juniors … has played in three games in each of the last two seasons … has allowed 10 goals … 2.56 career goals against average … .905 career save percentage … three-time letterwinner.

2007-08: Sat out the first 11 games of the season after playing major juniors … played in three games with two starts … allowed five goals in more than 167 minutes of ice time … first career start came against Brown in the Toyota/UConn Classic … allowed one goal and made 20 saves in overtime tie … came off the bench for 44:38 of scoreless hockey in a loss at Merrimack … made 14 saves in nonconference tilt … tagged with the loss at Mercyhurst … made 27 saves in 4-0 loss. 2006-07: Sat out the season after playing major juniors. Background: Served as a squad leader at Cadet Basic Training prior to his junior year … played for the Minnesota Ice Hawks of the Minnesota Junior Hockey League (MJHL) ... goalie for the Ice Hawks in the 2005-06 MJHL regular-season and playoff championships ... posted an impressive 26-6-1 record in 33 games for the Ice Hawks ... recorded a .926 save percentage ... authored a stingy 2.49 goals against average ... two-time All-MJHL first-team all-star selection ... earned Ice Hawks’ MVP on two oc-

THE BLACK KNIGHTS

2008-09: Appeared in three games … allowed five goals in more than 66 minutes of ice time … 4.52 goals against average … .875 save percentage … logged a season-high 36 minutes at Mercyhurst … made 23 saves on 25 shots … finished out the Ohio State contest … credited with seven saves … played a period in home contest against Bentley … registered five saves.

casions ... brother, Chris, is a junior forward for the Black Knights … Joe earned four varsity letters in golf ... also lettered in baseball one season ... played second base ... member of the National Honor Society ... son of Jim and Carol Spracklen ... has one sister, Jenna ... lists National Hockey League goaltenders Henrik Lundqvist, Roberto Luongo and Cam Ward as his favorite athletes ... majoring in Computer Science.

#1 JOE SPRACKLEN

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM Min. GA GAA SV Pct. 2006-07 ineligible after playing major juniors 2007-08 3 167:54 5 1.79 61 .924 2008-09 3 66:26 5 4.52 35 .875 Totals 6 234:20 10 2.56 96 .905 Career Shots Faced: 106 (66 as a sophomore; 40 as a junior) Career-Best Saves: 27 (at Mercyhurst, 1/12/08) Career Shutouts: 0 Most Recent: n/a CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM Min. GA GAA SV Pct. 2006-07 ineligible after playing major juniors 2007-08 1 58:34 4 4.10 27 .871 2008-09 2 55:46 4 4.30 28 .875 Totals 3 114:20 8 4.21 55 .873

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#18 JOEY AMMON JUNIOR • FORWARD • 5-10 • 175 ASHBURN, VA. BANFF COMMUNITY BRIDGEWATER BANDITS

THE BLACK KNIGHTS

One of six members in the junior class … among the fastest skaters in the league … experienced player … skates often on the penalty kill … regular contributor since his freshman season … has played in 68 career games … 13 career goals … eight assists … one power play goal … one short-handed tally … three career game-winning goals … two career multiple point games. 2008-09: Appeared in 35 games … five goals, seven assists ... one short-handed score … two game-winning goals … first goal of the season was the game-winner, against Sacred Heart … posted an assist the next night in a 3-3 tie … scored goal in 5-3 win against RIT … collected goal and assist in a loss to nationally ranked Dartmouth … assist against Massachusetts the next Favorite Rink: Tate Rink day for a three-point Favorite Opponent: Air Force tournament … scored once and handed out two Team Most Like To See Added To The assists in 4-1 win against Schedule: Boston University Canisius … goal was the game-winner and came What’s In My IPod: Incubus, Collective short-handed … evenstrength goal against Soul, Eve 6, Tim McGraw, Kenny Chesney Holy Cross … collected Favorite Thing About Army Hockey: two assist in late-season weekend sweep of SaMy teammates cred Heart. First Job: UPS Sorter

2007-08: Appeared in 33 games in his rookie My Hero: My parents campaign ��� scored eight goals ... handed out one My Bucket List: Visit every continent assist … competed in 26 conference matchups Favorite Books: The Giver, Five People with seven goals … netted You Meet in Heaven his first power play goal at Sacred Heart as Army clinched a tie for the regular season championship … scored his first collegiate point with a goal at American International … had a stretch of three straight games with a goal late in the season … first career assist came in the AHA Tournament semifinal loss to Mercyhurst … finished the season with a +8 plus/minus rating. Talent I’d Most Like To Have: Surfing

Background: Son of Craig and Colleen Ammon … father, Craig, is a 1984 graduate of the Academy … father is a colonel … three siblings, Andrew (19), Josh (12) and Lizzy (8) … favorite athlete is Steve Yzerman … last played for the Bridgewater Bandits and coach Mike Donahey … born at Fort Sill, Okla. … majoring in Environmental Geography.

#18 JOEY AMMON Year GM 2007-08 33 2008-09 35 Totals 68

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CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 1 9 1 7 12 0 8 21 1

SHG 0 1 1

GWG 1 2 3

SHG 0 1 1

GWG 1 2 3

Multiple Point Games: 2 (most recent vs. Canisius, SHG, 2A) Career Highs: Goals: 1 (13 times, most recent vs. Canisius, 2-6-09) Assists: 2 (vs. Canisius, 2-6-09) Points: 3 (vs. Canisius, 2-6-09, SHG, 2A)

Year GM 2007-08 26 2008-09 27 Totals 53

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CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS G A Pts. PPG 7 0 7 1 4 5 9 0 11 5 16 1

#35 JAY CLARK JUNIOR • GOALIE • 5-11 • 181 BAUDETTE, MINN. LAKE OF THE WOODS NORTH IOWA OUTLAWS One of six members of the junior class … has established himself as the number one goaltender … tremendous work ethic … student of the game … always working to improve … very focused …adds another dimension with stick-handling skills … career 10-12-16 record … 2.76 goals against average … .917 career save percentage.

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Career Shots Faced: 937 (137 as a freshman; 800 as a sophomore) Career-Best Saves: 56 (vs. Miami, 1-3-09) Career Shutouts: 0 Year GM 2007-08 3 2008-09 19 Totals 22

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Min. GA GAA SV Pct. 184:47 5 1.62 78 .940 1088:28 46 2.54 541 .922 1273:15 51 2.40 619 .924

being pulled for an extra skater in the final minute … 25 saves in first contest … recorded first win against American International … allowed one goal and made 23 saves in 7-1 victory … earned a tie at RIT with a career-best 36 saves, including a penalty shot in overtime … allowed one goal in 1-1 draw … in net during a 3-2 non-conference loss to Union … 25 saves and two goals allowed … allowed three goals at Mercyhurst … credited with 19 saves during a 3-0 loss … Named to the Atlantic Hockey Association Academic All-Star Team … posted highest grade point average of league goalies. Background: Son of Mike and Julie Clark … two siblings, brother John and sister, Jessie … John is a freshman member of the Black Knights … Jay scored a goal for the North Iowa Outlaws … letters in football, golf, hockey and track and field at Baudette High School … lettered in football as a freshman as the long snapper and later played quarterback … also played golf as a freshman … ran track for one season … earned hockey letters as a sophomore and junior before closing out scholastic career for the Indiana Ice and North Iowa Outlaws … all-section choice as a junior in high school … lists Ryan Miller and Tiger Woods as his favorite athletes … enjoys fishing, reading and wakeboarding … majoring in Life Science.

2007-08: Played in five games with a 1-3-1 record … allowed nine goals on 137 shots … 1.78 goals against average … .934 save percentage … made his collegiate debut in his home state against Bemidji State … tough-luck loser in 3-0 loss … allowed one goal before

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THE BLACK KNIGHTS

2008-09: Appeared in 24 games … logged over 1,390 minutes … allowed 69 goals … faced 731 shots … 2.98 goals against average … .914 save percentage … 9-9-5 record … made at least 20 saves 21 times … career-best 56 saves vs. #2 Miami … faced 58 shots in 3-2 win against the Red Hawks … 56 saves is Ohio Hockey Classic record … earned AHA Goalie of the Week honors for his efforts … made 74 saves in his first two starts, against Sacred Heart to help team to a win and tie … made 39 saves in a last-second loss I Wear Number #35 Because: I to Union … turned away 35 don’t think I’ve ever had my own shots the first night and 25 number. I’ve changed my number at the next night to help Army almost every new level I’ve played at sweep Mercyhurst … earned Favorite Rink: Tate Rink: No one in his second Goalie of the our league comes close Week award for his efforts Team Most Like To See Added To … made 60 saves the next The Schedule: I’d like to play Air weekend in a pair of ties Force four times a year. with Holy Cross … earned the Favorite Thing About Army Hockwin with 34 saves against ey: Winning is more rewarding here Canisius … credited with than on any team I’ve played for 42 saves the next night … Would Play Me In A Movie: Matt third AHA Goalie of the Week Damon. If he can play Jason Bourne certificate … won two more he could probably play me games against Sacred Heart First Job: Made pizzas and lattes at with 25 and 34 saves, rethe Main Mug and Bakery spectively … made 42 saves Talent I’d Most Like To Have: Ability in a tie with RIT … closed to play the piano February with 31 saves in Favorite Athletes to Watch In win against AIC … named Another Sport: Tiger Woods, Peyton February AHA Goalie of the Manning, and Ben Rothlesburger Month … 4-1-2 mark during My Hero: My Dad month … five games of at Favorite Movie: Friday Night Lights least 30 saves … made 35 saves in first playoff game against Mercyhurst … made 28 saves the next night … named to the Atlantic Hockey Association Academic All-Star Team … posted highest grade point average of league goalies.

#35 JAY CLARK

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Min. GA GAA SV Pct. 302:35 9 1.78 128 .934 1390:11 69 2.98 731 .914 1692:46 78 2.76 859 .917

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#14 PAT COPELAND JUNIOR • DEFENSEMAN • 5-11 • 195 DEXTER, ORE. PLEASANT HILL TRAIL SMOKE EATERS

THE BLACK KNIGHTS

One of six members of the junior class … has played in big games … increased confidence will lead to larger role … has played in 41 career games … took on expanded role as a sophomore … two career assists … has appeared in 29 career conference games. 2008-09: Appeared in 25 games … one assists … drew 18 conference assignments … collected assists in tie with American International … increased role during upset of #2 Miami … played in nonconference games against Dartmouth, Massachusetts, Ohio State and Merrimack as well … drew conference assignments against Sacred Heart, Mercyhurst, Holy Cross, Air Force, Bentley, Canisius, RIT and American International … named to the Atlantic Hockey Association All-Academic Team … Dean’s List student.

Favorite Rink: Tate Rink Favorite Opponent: Air Force Team Most Like To See Added To The Schedule: Boston University Arena I Want To Play In: Ralph Engelstad Arena Would Play Me In A Movie: Hugh Jackman First Job: Hay crew Talent I’d Most Like To Have: Surfing Favorite Athletes to Watch In Another Sport: Lance Armstrong, Albert Pujols, Kevin Garnett, Michael Phelps My Bucket List: Make it to the Frozen Four Favorite Movie: The Natural If I could visit any country, it would be: Australia

#14 PAT COPELAND Year GM 2007-08 16 2008-09 25 Totals 41

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Multiple Point Games: 0 Career Highs: Goals: n/a Assists: 1 (twice, vs. AIC, 2-27-09; vs. AIC, 11-10-07) Points: 1 (twice, vs. AIC, 2-27-09; vs. AIC, 11-10-07)

Year GM 2007-08 11 2008-09 18 Totals 29

2007-08: Appeared in 16 games during his rookie campaign … one assist … finished the season with a +6 plus/minus rating … earned his first career point at Tate Rink … credited with an assist during a 7-1 victory against American International … competed in 11 conference games.

Background: Served as a First Sergeant for Summer Garrison Regiment at West Point during the summer … son of Brad and Teresa Copeland … one sister, Rachel who plays basketball at Vanguard … one of the few Division I hockey players from Oregon … voted Trail Smoke Eaters Most Dedicated Player in 2005-06 … named the team’s Top Defenseman a year later … posted at least a 3.5 grade-point average all four years of high school … enjoys backpacking, fishing and working out … lists Eric Heiden and Lance Armstrong among his favorite athletes … played minor hockey for the Portland Junior Hawks … won a Junior B League title with the Beaver Valley Nitehawks in 2003-04 … second at provincials a year later … voted to the KIJHL all-star team … named Top Defenseman and Most Dedicated as a member of the Nitehawks … assistant captain in 2006-07 for the Trail Smoke Eaters where he was earned Most Dedicated and Top Defenseman honors … majoring in Environmental Geography.

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#6 CODY OMILUSIK JUNIOR • FORWARD • 5-10 • 175 TRAVERSE CITY, MICH. TRAVERSE CITY CENTRAL SANTE FE ROADRUNNERS One of six members of the junior class … earned spot on top line last year … high energy player in games and practice … strong skater … ability to score short-handed goals … also utilized in power play situations … has made impact since arriving at West Point … 70 career games … 22 career goals … 21 assists … eight power play goals … four short-handed goals … 10 career multiple-point games … named the team’s Heinmiller Award winner as top freshman.

2007-08: Appeared in 36 games … tied for fifth with 16 points … nine goals and seven assists led the freshman class in scoring … one multiple-point game … tied for the team lead with two shorthanded goals … third on the team with three game-winning goals

#6 CODY OMILUSIK Year GM 2007-08 36 2008-09 34 Totals 70

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CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 7 16 1 14 27 7 21 43 8

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Multiple Point Games: 10 Most Recent: 2 (at AIC, 2-28-09, 2A) Career Highs: Goals: 2 (3 times, 1-3-09 vs. Miami; 11-14-08 at RIT; 2-23-08 at Bentley) Assists: 2 (3 times, vs. AIC, 2-28-09; vs. Mercyhurst, 1-10-09; at Union, 11-2808) Points: 3 (2-23-08 at Bentley, 2G, 1A) Year GM 2007-08 27 2008-09 26 Totals 53

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… one power play tally … scored his first collegiate goal at Connecticut … short-handed, unassisted, gamewinning goal in a 4-1 win against the Huskies … first assist came at American International … registered first multiple-point game vs. Bentley … scored twice, including the game-winner and handed out an assist during a 6-3 win … netted the game-winning goal to beat Air Force, 2-1 … credited with an assist in each of the last two games of the year … scored goals in back-toback games against Sacred Heart … tallied lone goal in a 1-1 tie with Brown … also scored goals against Connecticut and Bentley.

Background: Spent parts of last summer in Vietnam … traveled with the Geography Department, with teammate Drew Pierson, for three weeks … spent three weeks working as a Platoon Leader on an Army base in Seoul, South Korea … son of Kevin Omilusik and Shana Story … has one brother, Carson (16) and step-brothers Bear Bishop (10), Adam Story (26) and Tom Story (31) … played varsity golf, hockey and track and field at Traverse City Central High School … pole vaulted and ran the 300M hurdles and 400M … enjoys wakeboarding, surfing, traveling and the outdoors … played for the Marquette Electricians his final two years of high school … posted 45 points his first season and racked up 86 in the second … signed with the Bozeman Icedogs where he scored 30 points on 16 goals and 14 assists … helped team to a first-place finish in the NAHL and set a record for most points in a season … led a line that topped the team in points and helped squad to Robertson Cup finals … moved to Sante Fe, N.M., where he scored 12 power plays goals to go with 22 goals and 25 assists … scored a perfect 375 on the Army Physical Fitness Test to earn the Commandants’ Award … committed to the U.S. Military Academy without visiting … pole vaulted for Army last spring … competed just once after joining the team at the conclusion of hockey season … cleared 14-3 ¼ at the Patriot League Championships to finish 10th … majoring in Environmental Geography.

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THE BLACK KNIGHTS

2008-09: Appeared in 34 games … third on the team with 27 points … 13 goals … 14 assists … second on the team with seven power play goals … two short-handed goals was also second on the squad … nine multiple-point games … positive plus/minus rating in 12 games … early season three-game, goal-scoring streak … netted power play goals against Connecticut and Sacred Heart during that span and had assists in each game … scored twice on the power play in 5-3 win at RIT … added power play goal the next night … dished out two assists against Union … scored short-handed goal against Massachusetts … scored twice in upset of #2 Miami … once short-handed … goal and assist against Mercyhurst next time out … added two assists as Army swept Mercyhurst … scored goal against Holy Cross … four goals and three assists over four games span … two points in series with Canisius on a goal and assist … scored in home game against Sacred Heart … handed out two assists in lateseason 3-1 win against AIC.

Favorite Rink: Tate Rink Favorite Opponent: Air Force Team Most Like To See Added To The Schedule: Michigan or Michigan State Arena I Want To Play In: Kohl Center Favorite Thing About Army Hockey: The team unity My Teammates Would Be Surprised: If I ran out of energy I Have: 761 Facebook friends First Job: Caddie at a golf course Favorite Athletes to Watch In Another Sport: Pole Vaulters My Hero: My dad

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#10 DREW PIERSON JUNIOR • FORWARD • 5-9 • 185 PLEASANT PRAIRIE, WISC. SHATTUCK ST. MARY’S ALPENA ICEDIGGERS

Tom and Meganne Pierson … two siblings, Hannah, who attends the University of Wisconsin and Max (17) … earned four letters as a middie on the Shattuck lacrosse team … helped Shattuck improve from 13 wins in 2005-06 to 38 a year later during national championship season … named NAHL Player of the Week three times … lists Joe Sakic, Brian Urlacher and Lance Armstrong among his favorite athletes … enjoys hunting, fishing, weightlifting, snowboarding and wakeboarding ... majoring in Environmental Geography.

THE BLACK KNIGHTS

One of six members of the junior class … has played in some big games … consistency will lead to more ice time … does a good job along the wall … hard worker in weight room … has played in 52 career games … earned valuable time as a freshman … two career goals … seven assists … one multiple-point game. 2008-09: Appeared In 23 games … notched two assists … competed in 19 conference games … recorded assist in 4-3 win at Sacred Heart … second assists was in 3-3 tie with American International … on the ice during 3-2 upset of #2 Miami … also I Wear # 10 Because: Some of my drew non-conference asfavorite players in the NHL wear that signment against Union same number, such as Pavel Bure, Patrick Sharp, and Marian Gaborik … competed against Favorite Rink: Tate Rink conference opponents Favorite Opponent: Air Force Connecticut, American Team Most Like To See Added To The International, RIT, MerSchedule: University of Wisconsin cyhurst, Canisius, Holy Arena I Want To Play In: United Center, Cross, Air Force, BentChicago, Illinois ley, Canisius and Sacred Favorite Thing About Army Hockey: Heart … played in both The strength and conditioning facilities in playoff games. the Kimsey Center Would Play Me In A Movie: It would be a mix between Sean William Scott in American Pie (Steven Stiffler), Tweeter from Varsity Blues and John Cena from WWE. Favorite Athletes to Watch In Another Sport: Tiger Woods If I could fly somewhere for the weekend, it would be: Las Vegas, Nev. Why I Chose Army: The history and tradition and all the great leaders that have come out of West Point.

2007-08: Appeared in 29 games during freshman campaign … scored twice and handed out five assists … one gamewinning goal … competed in 24 conference games with a goal and four assists … recorded first collegiate point with an assist during a 5-2 win at Holy Cross … first career goal was in a non-conference loss to Union … first multiplepoint game was in a 6-0 win against Connecticut … scored the gamewinning goal and was credited with an assist … handed out an assist at Sacred Heart to help Army clinch at least a tie for the regular season championship … one playoff point, an assist in the first game of American International series. Background: Spent parts of last summer in Vietnam … traveled with the Geography Department, with teammate Cody Omilusik, for three weeks … played at Shattuck St. Mary’s where head coach Brian Riley is the former head coach … won a national championship in 2005 while at Shattuck … led Alpena in scoring with 41 points during the 2005-06 season … racked up 35 goals and 42 assists a season later … led the league with 17 power play goals … son of

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Multiple Point Games: 1 Most Recent: 2/2/08 vs. Connecticut, W, 6-0 (G, A) Career Highs: Goals: 1 (twice vs. Union 1/5/08; vs. Connecticut, 2/2/08) Assists: 1 (7 times, most recent vs. AIC, 2-27-09) Points: 2 (vs. Connecticut, 2/2/08) Year GM 2007-08 24 2008-09 19 Totals 43

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#16 CHRIS SPRACKLEN JUNIOR • FORWARD • 6-1 • 185 KENNEWICK, WASH. SOUTHRIDGE OSWEGO ADMIRALS One of six members of the junior class …talented offensively … one has one year of collegiate experience because of playing Major Juniors … will be expected to add a physical presence and contribute defensively … goal-scorer background … will chronicle the season with an on-line diary … 20 career games … two goals and one assist.

#16 CHRIS SPRACKLEN

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Multiple Point Games: 0 Career Highs: Goals: 1 (at Union, L 4-5 11-28-08; at Canisius, 12-7-08, W 4-3) Assists: 1 (at Mercyhurst, L, 3-6, 11-22-08) Points: 1 (three times, most recent at Canisius, 12-7-08, 12-7-08) CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG 2007-08 ineligible after playing major juniors 2008-09 14 1 1 2 1 Totals 14 1 1 2 1

2007-08: Did not compete in a varsity contest after playing major juniors. Background: Served as Squad Leader at Camp Buckner at West Point for five weeks … joins his older brother Joey on the Army squad … played for the Oswego Admirals of the Ontario Provincial Junior Hockey League … team MVP and leading scorer … competed for the Minnesota Ice Hawks in 2005-06 and was part of team that went to the national semifinals … earned team MVP honors, as well as Offensive Player of the Year laurels … won a national championship as a member of the U.S.A. Hockey Inline squad in 2004 … won a Minnesota high school state title while at Southridge High School … son of Jim and Carol Spracklen … also has a sister, Jenna … lists Sidney Crosby, Maxim Afinogenov and Tiger Woods as his favorite athletes … majoring in Management.

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2008-09: Appeared in 20 games … missed the first eight games Xcel Energy Center after playing major Arena I Want To Play In: Ralph Englested juniors … also sat out What’s In My IPod: Country, Rock, Techno 2007-08 season after Would Play Me In A Movie: Owen Wilson competing in the Ontario Provincial Junior First Job: Cell phone salesman/waiter Hockey League … colTalent I’d Most Like To Have: Play the lected first collegiate guitar. point with an assist at Mercyhurst … scored Favorite Athletes to Watch In Another first goal in non-conSport: Tiger Woods, Shaun White ference loss to Union My Hero: Parents … scored power play If I Could Visit Any Country, It Would Be: tally in 4-3 win against Canisius … on the ice Italy for upset of #2 Miami If I Could Fly Somewhere For The Week… competed in nonend, It Would Be: Bahamas conference games against Ohio State, Dartmouth and Massachusetts … drew conference assignments against RIT, Holy Cross, Air Force and Bentley … appeared in one playoff game ... won 77 of 165 faceoffs. Favorite Rink: In the AHA, RIT. In the NHL:

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#2 MARCEL ALVAREZ

#19 JACK BARNES

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SOPH. • DEFENSEMAN • 5-10 • 185 CLEVELAND, OHIO ST. IGNATIUS BROCKVILLE BEARS One of 11 members of the sophomore class … coming off solid freshman year … was on the ice in all key situations … will continue to log plenty of ice time … very hard shot … expected to contribute more offensively … one career goal … 15 assists … named to the Atlantic Hockey Association AllRookie Team … earned the team’s Heinmiller Award as the top freshman. Favorite Opponent: Air Force/Mercyhurst 2008-09: One of three players to appear Team Most Like to See in all 36 games … one power play goal … Added to the Schedule: 15 assists … two multiple point games Clarkson and St. Lawrence. … scored first career goal at Air Force … I played juniors in Canada, collected assist in his second game, at about an hour and fifteen Connecticut … two assists in early-season minutes away from both Sacred Heart series … assisted on a score schools. I know quite a few in win against RIT … notched two assists at Mercyhurst … first career multiple-point people in the area. game came in win at Canisius with two Arena I want to Play In: assists … also collected two assists in tie Miami, Ohio with Holy Cross … notched assists at RIT What’s In My Ipod: Every… contributed assist in 3-1 victory at AIC thing but metal to end regular season … one assist in two First Job: Lifeguarding playoff games … named to the Atlantic Would love to trade Hockey Association All-Rookie Team. places For A Day With: Alex Ovechkin Background: Played for head coach Todd Talent I’d Most Like to Gill and the Brockville Braves of the CJHL Have: To do a back flip … team captain, team defensive MVP and Favorite Athletes to Watch first-team all-star during his second and in Another Sport: Lebron final season … finished second in league James, Grady Sizemore defensive MVP voting … former downhill My Hero: Pat Tillman skier who ranked among the top five of Favorite Movie: Batman The Ohio skiers and top 50 nationally as a seven-year-old … lettered once in hockey Dark Knight as a junior at Saint Ignatius High School where he was the team’s defensive MVP … also competed in baseball, tennis and swimming … honor student … lists Alexander Ovechkin, Grady Sizemore, Tom Brady and Pat Tillman as his favorite athletes … enjoys skiing, paintball, lifting weights, swimming, watching movies, video games and listening to music … son of Paul and Eva Alvarez … one brother, Maurice … cousin, David Alvarez, served a tour in Iraq as member of the Air Force ... majoring in Business Management.

SOPH. • FORWARD • 6-1 • 185 VICTORIA, MINN. THE BLAKE SCHOOL One of 11 members of the sophomore class … played in eight games as a freshman after prep school … skilled player … strong defensively in his own end … year of experience should help with increased ice time … has offensive potential … one career goal Favorite Opponent: Mercyhurst … missed parts of summer Team Most Like To See Added To workouts for medical reason. The Schedule: Minnesota Arena I Want To Play In: Ralph Engelstad Arena Favorite Thing About Army Hockey: Teammates My Teammates Would Be Surprised I: Am an uncle Would Love To Trade Places For A Day With: Kenny Chesney

Background: Played for head coach John Hamre at The Singing Blake School in Minnesota … three-time state tournament Favorite Athletes to Watch In participant … served as team Another Sport: Tiger Woods captain as a senior … earned My Hero: Ronald Reagan four letters in golf and hockey … three in football … two-time If I Could Visit Any Country, It all-conference selection in Would Be: Italy hockey … four-time all-conference choice in golf … lists Tigers Woods and Peyton Manning as his favorite athletes … son of Jack and Cheryl Barnes … brother, Jordan … first member of family to embark on a military career … majoring in Economics. Talent I’d Most Like To Have:

#2 MARCEL ALVAREZ Year GM 2008-09 36

G 1

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 15 16 1

#19 JACK BARNES SHG 0

GWG 0

Multiple Point Games: 2 (1-17-09 vs. Holy Cross (2A); 12-7-08 at Canisius (2A) Career Highs: Goals: 1 (1-23-09 at Air Force) Assists: 2 twice (1-17-09 vs. Holy Cross; 12-7-08 at Canisius) Points: 2 twice (1-17-09 vs. Holy Cross; 12-7-08 at Canisius) Year GM 2008-09 28

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS G A Pts. PPG 1 14 15 1

2008-09: Appeared in eight games … scored first collegiate goal at Mercyhurst … competed in non-conference games against Merrimack and Union … drew conference assignments opposite Connecticut, Sacred Heart, American International and Holy Cross.

SHG 0

GWG 0

Year GM 2008-09 8

G 1

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 0 1 0

SHG GWG 0 0

Multiple Point Games: 0 Career Highs: Goals: 1 (at Mercyhurst, L, 2-6, 11-21-08) Assists: n/a Points: 1 (at Mercyhurst, L, 2-6, 11-21-08) Year GM 2008-09 6

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CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS G A Pts. PPG 1 0 1 0

SHG GWG 0 0

#24 DANNY

#23 BILL DAY

COLVIN

SOPH. • DEFENSEMAN • 5-8 • 175 VIENNA, VA. GEORGE C. MARSHALL JERSEY HITMEN

SOPH. • FORWARD • 5-9 • 195 VERNON, N.J. THE KENT SCHOOL

Would Love To Trade Places For A Day With: Bill Gates Favorite Athletes to Watch In Another Sport: Lebron James My Hero: Cam Jansen If I Could Visit Any Country, It Would Be: Morocco

third game … goal and assists in Sacred Heart series … posited assist at AIC … goal and assists in next series at RIT … posted an assist against Mercyhurst to complete a scoring streak of seven games … credited with an assist in non-conference game against Union … halted scoreless streak by scoring twice against Holy Cross … collected an assist at Sacred Heart. Background: Played for head coach Matt Herr at the Kent School … won the prestigious Avon Tournament while at Kent … led the hockey team in scoring … also earned soccer and lacrosse letters at Kent … lists Joe Sakic as his favorite athlete … enjoys skiing … son of Pat and Janice Colvin … one of four siblings … two brothers, Patrick and Mike .. one sister, Rachel … first member of his family to embark on a military career … major is undecided.

have the best fans in the NHL and there would be nothing better than to play in front of them. What’s In My IPod: Anything Country. Taylor Swift, Brad Paisley, Eric Church, Dierks Bentley, Zac Brown Band. Favorite Athletes to Watch In Another Sport: Chris Cooley, tight end for the Washington Redskins My Hero: My dad My Bucket List: Backpack across Europe, skydive, learn how to snowboard

Background: Played for head coach Toby Harris and the Jersey Hitmen of the EJHL … helped team to first EJHL regular season title and playoff championships … team was Tier III Junior A National Championship runners-up … also played in the Atlantic Junior Hockey League where he was an all-star and part of team that competed in the Junior Hockey Jamboree … member of the National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society … lists Capitals’ defenseman Mike Green as his favorite player … enjoys working out, going to concerts and spending time with family and friends … son of Tom and Young Day … father is a 1978 USMA graduate … one brother, Jim … cousin, Chris Day, is a junior lacrosse player at the Academy … major is undecided.

#24 DANNY COLVIN

Year GM 2008-09 28

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS G A Pts. PPG 4 7 11 4

#23 BILL DAY

SHG 0

GWG 0

Multiple Point Games: 1 (1-18-09 vs. Holy Cross, 2PPG) Career Highs: Goals: 2 (1-18-09 vs. Holy Cross (2PPG) Assists: 1 (seven times, most recent at Sacred Heart, 2-13-09) Points: 2 (1-18-09 vs. Holy Cross) Year GM 2008-09 22

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS G A Pts. PPG 4 6 10 4

Year GM 2008-09 25

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS G A Pts. PPG 0 1 1 0

SHG 0

GWG 0

SHG 0

GWG 0

Multiple Point Games: 0 Career Highs: Goals: n/a Assists: 1 (at Union, 11-28-08, L 4-5) Points: 1 (at Union, 11-28-08, L 4-5) SHG 0

GWG 0

Year GM 2008-09 20

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS G A Pts. PPG 0 0 0 0

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One of 11 members of the sophomore class … has offensive ability One of 11 members of the sophomore class … hard-worker … blocks … scored some big goals during freshman season … strong in front a ton of shots … not afraid to sacrifice body … dad was a West Point of net … should see time on the power play … four career goals … graduate … played in some big games as a freshman. seven assists … four power play 2008-09: Appeared in 25 games I Wear #23 Because: I wore 5 in Favorite Rink: Skylands Ice World scores … good player at both … one assist … drew 20 conferends of the ice. juniors and it wasn’t available so Favorite Opponent: RIT ence assignments … collected 2+3=5. Tom Doran fi gured that Team Most Like To See Added first collegiate point in non-conone out for me. 2008-09: Appeared in 28 games To The Schedule: Boston UniFavorite Rink: Tate Rink. There’s ference game at Union … also … drew 22 conference assignversity nothing better than playing in front competed against non-conferments … scored four goals, all Arena I Want To Play In: Yost of the home crowd ence opponents Dartmouth and on the power play … seven asArena Team Most Like To See Added Massachusetts … saw confersists … one multiple-point game To The Schedule: North Dakota. My Teammates Would Be Surence action opposite Connecti… scored two power play goals It would be nice to play some prised I: Used to be a freestyle cut, Sacred Heart, AIC, RIT, Caagainst Holy Cross … 4-4 tie was schools from out west and I heard skier nisius, Holy Cross, Air Force and televised live by ESPNU … colthey have a pretty nice rink. Bentley … appeared in both playFirst Job: Fast food cook at Moun- lected first collegiate point with Arena I Want To Play In: Verizon off games. tain Creek Center. The Washington Capitals an assist at Connecticut in his

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#15 MARK DUBE

#9 MIKE HULL

SOPH. • FORWARD • 5-10 • 195 BILLERICA, MASS. BELMONT-HILL NEW ENGLAND HUSKIES

SOPH. • FORWARD • 5-9 • 182 GROOSE POINTE WOODS, MICH. GROOSE POINT NORTH ST. LOUIS BANDITS

One of 11 members of the sophomore class … strong player ... skates well … coaching staff counting on a consistent effort and increased production … played in 21 games freshman season … five goals … three assists … plays hard at both ends of the ice.

One of 11 members of the sophomore class … expected to contribute in his second season … will see increased ice time in specialty situations … scored five goals and 12 assists in rookie season … two multiple-point games.

2008-09: Appeared in 21 games … scored five goals … handed out three assists … one power play goal … two multiple-point games … racked up three points for first collegiate points … scored game-winning goal in 5-3 victory at RIT … also collected two assists … scored power play tally in nonconference game at Union … netted third goal in 4-3 win at Sacred Heart … scored lone goal in 1-1 tie with RIT … goal and assist the next night out against American International .. . had a hand in two of three Army scores … played in both playoff games.

2008-09: Appeared in 33 games … drew assignments in all 26 conference games … five goals … 12 assists … 17 points was tied for fourth on the team … scored first collegiate goal in second game, at Connecticut … started a string of four straight games with an assist the next night … collected three points in series split at RIT … assist in a 5-3 win and a goal and assist the first night … career-best three points at nationally ranked Dartmouth … one goal and two assists … credited with an assist in 4-4 tie with Holy Cross … scored a goal the next game with Canisius … assist at Sacred Heart … assisted on the lone goal in 1-1 tie with RIT … scored on a penalty shot in 3-3 tie with AIC … played in both playoff games … Dean’s List student .

I Wear #15 Because: 21 and 16 were taken Favorite Rink: The Belmont Hill School Rink Favorite Opponent: RIT Team Most Like To See Added To The Schedule: Boston University or Boston College Favorite Thing About Army Hockey: The Army hockey family My Teammates Would Be Surprised I: Know how to juggle First Job: UPS Package handler Would Love To Trade Places For A Day With: Phil Kessel Favorite Athletes to Watch In Another Sport: Tom Brady My Hero: My parents My Bucket List: Sky dive, stand on the top of Mt. Everest.

Background: Played for head coach Paul Jenkins and the New England Huskies of the EJHL … member of Team Massachusetts for three years … served as team captain of the Eastern Massachusetts Senators … all-league choice as a senior lacrosse player at The Belmont Hill School … three-time letterwinner and captain of the team as a senior … enjoys playing lacrosse and being around friends … son of Ken and Monica Dube … one sister, Courtney … first member of his family to embark on a military career …has traveled to more than 10 countries … major is undecided.

I Wear #9 Because: Gordie Howe Favorite Rink: Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Mich. Arena I Want To Play In: Yost Ice Arena Favorite Thing About Army Hockey: The History Would Play Me In A Movie: Christopher Walken Would Love To Trade Places for A Day With: Ryan Getzlaf Favorite Athletes to Watch In Another Sport: Tiger Woods, Tom Brady, Kobe Bryant My Bucket List: Get baptized, visit Europe, Sleep overnight on a beach, cross-country road trip, go to a major college football game, invent something, be on TV If I Could Visit Any Country, It Would Be: Ireland

Background: Played for head coach Jon Cooper and the St. Louis Bandits of the NAHL … lists Henrik Zetterberg as his favorite athlete … enjoys sports, movies and music … son of Ed and Marie Hull … two brothers, Nathan and Dan … first member of his family to embark on a military career … plans to major in Management.

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Year GM 2008-09 21

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS G A Pts. PPG 5 3 8 1

#9 MIKE HULL

SHG 0

GWG 1

Multiple Point Games: 2 (2-27-09 vs. AIC; 11-14-08 at RIT) Career Highs: Goals: 1 (five times, most recent vs. AIC, 2-27-09) Assists: 2 (11-14-08 at RIT, W 5-3) Points: 3 (11-14-08 at RIT, W 5-3, G, 2A) Year GM 2008-09 17

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS G A Pts. PPG 4 3 7 0

SHG 0

Year GM 2008-09 33

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS G A Pts. PPG 5 12 17 0

SHG 0

GWG 0

Multiple Point Games: 2 (most recent at Dartmouth, 12-28-08, G, 2A) Career Highs: Goals: 1 (five times, most recent vs. AIC, 2-27-09, penalty shot) Assists: 2 (at Dartmouth, L, 4-5 OT, 12-28-08) Points: 3 (at Dartmouth, L, 4-5 OT, 12-28-08) GWG 1

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CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS G A Pts. PPG 4 10 14 0

SHG 0

GWG 0

#26 BRET LARSON

#27 KYLE MAGGARD

SOPH. • DEFENSEMAN • 6-2 • 209 MARQUETTE, MICH. MARQUETTE BAY STATE BREAKERS

SOPH. • FORWARD • 5-8 • 170 CLEVELAND, OHIO GILMOUR ACADEMY BISMARCK BOBCATS One of 11 members of the sophomore class … earned a lot of ice time as a freshman … plays bigger than his size … can be physical … good shot … coaching staff expects increased production … scored five goals and handed out five assists in first season.

2008-09: Appeared in 11 games … one assists … finished season with +2 plus/minus rating … drew his first collegiate experience in the Bentley series … collected first collegiate point the next series … had an assist in 2-2 tie with Canisius … also competed against Sacred Heart, RIT and American International … played in both playoff games.

2008-09: Appeared in 31 games … five goals … five assists … appeared in 23 conference games … one power play goal … scored first collegiate goal in 6-3 win against Sacred Heart … scored two nights later at AIC … collected a goal in loss at RIT … first assist was at Mercyhurst … netted power play goal at Canisius … first career multiple-point game came at nationally ranked Dartmouth … goal and an assist as well as a +2 rating in loss … handed out assists in 4-4 tie with Holy Cross … credited with an assist against RIT … played in both playoff games … collected an assist in first playoff game … named to the Atlantic Hockey Association All-Academic Team.

Favorite Rink: Calumet, Michigan “Coliseum” great ice, super fast Team Most Like To See Added To The Schedule: Northern Michigan University Arena I Want To Play In: The arena in Lake Placid, N.Y. What’s In My IPod: Music (mostly alternative rock), a few movies, and many South Park episodes Favorite Thing About Army Hockey: The fans My Teammates Would Be Surprised I: Play music at least an hour a day. Talent I’d Most Like To Have: Great singing voice Favorite Athletes to Watch In Another Sport: Roger Federer vs. Rafael Nadal My Bucket List: Skydive, catch trophy walleye, have a working runway at my farm, turn my barn into a house, have a few really nice cars If I Could Visit Any Country, It Would Be: New Zealand, it looks beautiful

Background: Played for head coach Dave McCauley and the Bay State Breakers of the EJHL … lists Nicholas Lindstrom as his favorite athlete … enjoys playing the guitar and flying airplanes … son of Larry and Mary Larson … two sisters, Lynn and Kay … Bret is a proud uncle … first member of his family to embark on a military career … plans to major in Mechanical Engineering.

#26 BRET LARSON Year GM 2008-09 11

G 0

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 1 1 0

SHG 0

GWG 0

Multiple Point Games: 0 Career Highs: Goals: n/a Assists: 1 (vs. Canisius, 2-7-09) Points: 1 (vs. Canisius, 2-7-09) Year GM 2008-09 9

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS G A Pts. PPG 0 1 1 0

I Wear #27 Because: It’s original and not a very common number Favorite Rink: Tate Rink Team Most Like To See Added To The Schedule: University of North Dakota. I played in Bismarck, N.D. for two years and it would be pretty cool to go back and play against the Sioux Arena I Want To Play In: Madison Square Garden… it’s the big show Would Play Me In A Movie: Edward Norton First Job: Play it Again Sports Favorite Athletes to Watch In Another Sport: Lebron James… We Are All Witnesses My Hero: My grandparents My Bucket List: Go to the World Cup, get a house on the beach, play Pebble Beach Golf Course

Background: Played for head coach Byron Pool and the Bismarck Bobcats of the NAHL … team captain … NAHL Central Division all-star … leading scorer … played scholastically for four years at Gilmour Academy where he was a first-team all-star and assistant captain … member of the National Honor Society … lists LeBron James as his favorite athlete … enjoys golfing, fishing and listening to music … son of Joe and Donna Maggard … two sisters, Krysta and Kara … grandfather, Harry DeBan, is a retired Lt. Col. from the Air Force … born in Cleveland but moved to Columbus.

#27 KYLE MAGGARD Year GM 2008-09 31

G 5

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 5 10 1

SHG GWG 0 0

Multiple Point Games: 1 (at Dartmouth, 12-28-08, G, A) Career Highs: Goals: 1 (five times, most recent at Dartmouth, 12-28-08) Assists: 1 (five times, most recent 3-13-09 at Mercyhurst, AHA quarterfinals) Points: 2 (at Dartmouth, 12-28-08, G, A) SHG 0

GWG 0

Year GM 2008-09 23

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS G A Pts. PPG 4 3 7 1

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One of 11 members of the sophomore class … earned playing time late in freshman season … once in the lineup, stayed in … strong, physical player … needs to add a physical presence … played in 11 games with one assist.

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#8 ALEX MCRAE

#20 PAT RYAN

SOPH. • FORWARD • 6-0 • 209 MINDORO, WISC. MELROSE MINDORA FAIRBANKS ICEDOGS

SOPH. • DEFENSEMAN • 5-10 • 185 BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MICH. GILMORE ACADEMY BRIDGEWATER BANDITS

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One of 11 members of the sophomore class … hard worker … strong player … great attitude … working on improving his quickness … brings a lot to program and locker room … physical … played in 18 games his first season with a goal and assist. I Wear #8 Because: Symmetry, turned on its side is the symbol for infinity, been lucky for me for my entire life Favorite Rink: Oher than Tate RInk, The Big Dipper, Fairbanks, Alaska Favorite Opponent: Canisius Team Most Like To See Added To The Schedule: Wisconsin Favorite Thing about Army Hockey: The work ethic and bond between the guys is unmatched. The history and legacy behind the West Point hockey program is very intriguing and motivating First Job: Pushing up feed to the cattle every morning before elementary school Talent I’d Most Like To Have: Play piano My Hero: John McRae My Bucket List: Catch a musky, own a cabin on a lake, scuba dive, visit Scotland

2008-09: Appeared in 18 games … drew assignments in 14 conference games … scored first career goal at Canisius … netted tally in 4-3 win … assisted on lone goal at Ohio State … first career goal came in Ohio Hockey Classic … on the ice in 3-2 upset of #2 Miami … also drew non-conference appearances against nationally ranked Dartmouth and Massachusetts … competed in conference games against Connecticut, Sacred Heart, AIC, RIT, Mercyhurst, Holy Cross, Bentley and Canisius.

Background: Played for head coach Rob Proffitt and the Fairbanks Icedogs of the NAHL … chosen for the USA Select 17 Festival … finalist for Wisconsin’s Mr. Hockey Award … spent two years on Team Wisconsin … fourtime all-time conference selection at Melrose Mindora High School … twice chosen as team MVP … all-state selection … earned four letters in football … all-district choice and four-time all-conference selection as a linebacker … two-time team MVP … also earned four letters in baseball and one in track and field … lists Peter Forsberg and Brett Favre as his favorite athletes … enjoys hunting and fishing … son of John and Beth McRae … one sister, Madeline … first member of his family to embark on a military career … plans to major in Management or Environmental Engineering.

One of 11 members of the sophomore class … first year on the roster … comes from a West Point background … great attitude on and off the ice … following in footsteps of dad and brother … will get his opportunities. Background: Born at West Point, N.Y. … resides in Bloomfield, Hills, Mich. … played with classmate Kyle Maggard at Gilmour Academy … played for coach Mike Doneghey for the Bridgewater Bandits of the Eastern Junior Hockey League … plays guitar and piano … enjoy golf and movies … son of John and Bede Ryan … father is a 1970 graduate of West Point … two brothers Will, a 2008 West Point graduate and Peter … Will played for Army hockey for four seasons and served as alternate captain his senior season … Peter played for Smiths Falls in the Central Ontario Junior Hockey League … cousin Nate Foust is serving in the Army after lacrosse career at West Point … Pat played for three seasons at Detroit Jesuit High School … competed for two seasons at Gilmour … named Most Valuable Defenseman in 2005-06 … played 34 games for the Green Mountain Glades in the EJHL before moving to Bridgewater … played lacrosse during freshman and sophomore seasons … lists Dan Cleary of the Red Wings as his favorite athlete.

#8 ALEX MCRAE Year GM 2008-09 18

G 1

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 1 2 0

SHG 0

GWG 0

Multiple Point Games: 0 Career Highs: Goals: 1 (at Canisius, 12-7-08, W 4-3) Assists: 1 (at Ohio State, 1-2-09, L, 1-6) Points: 1 (twice, at Ohio State, 1-2-09, L, 1-6; at Canisius, 12-7-08, W 4-3) Year GM 2008-09 14

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS G A Pts. PPG 1 0 1 0

SHG 0

GWG 0

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#22 BRYANT SKARDA

#7 JON BOBB

SOPH. • FORWARD • 5-10 • 175 LAKE ELMO, MINN. HILL-MURRAY NORTH IOWA OUTLAWS

FR. • FORWARD • 6-2 • 200 PHOENIX, ARIZ. MOUNTAIN POINT MOTOR CITY MACHINE

One of 11 members of the sophomore class … lots of offensive tools … skates well … shots the puck well … expectations are for increased offensive production … played in 33 games his first season … four goals … 10 assists. 2008-09: Appeared in 33 games … played in all 26 conference games … scored four goals … 10 assists … registered first point in second college game with an assists against Connecticut … scored first goal the next night against the Huskies … back-to-back games with assists against AIC and RIT … scored first power play goal at Mercyhurst … credited with an assists in non-conference game at Union … collected two assists in 4-3 win at Canisius … handed out two assists in 4-4 tie with Holy Cross … posted an assist at Air Force … scored even-strength goal at Air Force … netted a goal in playoff game against Mercyhurst.

Background: Born in Melbourne, Fla. … resides n Chandler, Ariz. … 2007 graduate of Mountain Pointe High School … played for coach Sean Clark and the Motor City Machine in the NAHL … played for the Dallas Stars AAA team that ranked #1 nationally … son of James and Dianne Bobb … sister, Kathryn … Jon enjoys golf, wakeboarding and music … lists Tiger Woods and Pavel Datsyuk as his favorite athletes.

Background: Played for head coach Dave Boitz and the North Iowa Outlaws of the NAHL … set a team-record with 26 goals and 12 power play tallies … played baseball and earned a letter at Hill-Murray High School … voted the school’s top student-athlete … lists Thomas Vanek as his favorite athlete … enjoys water sports … son of Lou and Patty Skarda … one brother, Brett, and one sister, Krysta …plans to major in Engineering Management.

#22 BRYANT SKARDA Year GM 2008-09 33

G 4

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 10 14 1

SHG 0

GWG 0

Multiple Point Games: 2 (1-18-09 vs. Holy Cross, 2A; 12-7-08 at Canisius 2A) Career Highs: Goals: 1 (four times, most recent at Mercyhurst, AHA quarterfinals, 3-13-09) Assists: 2 (twice, 1-18-09 vs. Holy Cross; 12-7-08 at Canisius) Points: 2 (twice, 1-18-09 vs. Holy Cross; 12-7-08 at Canisius) Year GM 2008-09 26

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS G A Pts. PPG 3 9 12 1

SHG 0

GWG 0

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Favorite Rink: Xcel Energy Center Team Most Like To See Added To The Schedule: University of Minnesota Favorite Thing About Army Hockey: the atmosphere, coaching staff, and players First Job: Minnesota State Fair Talent I’d Most Like To Have: Sing and play the guitar Favorite Athletes to Watch In Another Sport: Brett Favre My Hero: My Grandfather, Louis Skarda My Bucket List: Shark diving, base jumping, travel to space, climb the Great Pyramid of Egypt, take an African safari, invent something that will change people lives, start a business, heli- skiing, marry a celebrity, hit a jackpot, drive the Autobahn, have a drink named after me, see Area 51, go to a Super Bowl, save a life, to be able to say in everything, whether success, or failure, ‘I tried’ If I Could Fly Somewhere For The Weekend, It Would Be: Madison, Wisc.

One of seven members of the freshman class … missed preseason time due to an injury … plenty of offensive potential … must adjust to the Division I game … has the ability to contribute.

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#5 JOHN CLARK

#4 CODY IKKALA

FR. • DEFENSEMAN • 5-8 • 185 BAUDETTE, MINN. LAKE OF THE WOODS BISMARCK BOBCATS

FR. • DEFENSEMAN • 6-2 • 210 PHILADELPHIA, PA. MARQUETTE SENIOR VERNON VIPERS

THE BLACK KNIGHTS

One of seven members of the freshman class … excellent skater … plays bigger than his size … sees the ice well … could see ice time in key situations … younger brother, Jay, is a junior goalie … Clark brothers are one of two sets of brothers … Joe Spracklen is a senior goalie and Chris is a junior forward. Background: Graduate of Lake of the Woods High … twotime most valuable player in hockey … ran sprints and pole vaulted for the track team … holds the school pole vault record … was also a member of the golf team … member of the National Honor Society … played for coach Byron Pool and the Bismarck Bobcats of the North American Hockey League … served as team captain of Central Division championship team in 2009 … first-team All-Central Division … enjoys hunting, fish and golf … son of Michael and Julie Clark … sister, Jessie … John scored a goal during an outdoor game that made ESPN’s Top Ten plays … lists Bobby Orr and Tiger Woods as his favorite athletes.

One of seven members of the freshman class … adds presence to the defense … suffered injury in preseason … comes from a great junior program … tremendous kid … always upbeat … will gain experience as health returns. Background: Born in Colorado Springs, Colo. … now resides in Philadelphia … graduated from Marquette Senior High in 2007 … honor roll student … played for coach Mark Ferner and the Vernon Vipers in the British Columbia Hockey League … won the Royal Rank Cup … participated in nationals with the Bantam AAA club and the Thunderbirds and as a Peewee AAA with the Alaska All-Stars … enjoys hunting and fishing … son of Christine and David Ikkala … father played four years of hockey at Northern Michigan … two brothers, Cole (19) and Dylan (16) … first member of his family to embark on a military career … lists Derian Hatcher as his favorite athlete.

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#30 RYAN LEETS

#25 CHEYNE ROCHA

FR. • GOALIE • 5-11 • 175 KENTWOOD, MICH. JEFFERSON SENIOR ALEXANDRIA BLIZZARD

FR. • DEFENSEMAN • 6-2 • 175 RYE, N.H. ST. PAUL’S SCHOOL NEW HAMPSHIRE JUNIOR MONARCHS

One of seven members of the freshman class … has two One of seven members of the freshman class … injured all of great goaltenders in front of him to learn … coaches will work last season … skates well … sees ice well … will have to make to help gain experience. adjustment to Division I game. Background: Born in Lawrence, Mass. … now resides in Rye, N.H. … graduate of St. Paul’s School … high honor roll all four years … Magna Cume Laude graduate … two-time independent school league hockey champs … also played lacrosse … played for coach Sean Tremblay and the New Hampshire Junior Monarchs of the Eastern Junior Hockey League … helped team to regular season and national championships … enjoys playing sports, going to the beach and surfing … son of Larry and Candace Rocha … father, Larry, played hockey at St. Anselm College and was a prep school coach who tutored former West Point players Seth Beamer, Tim Murphy and Justin Fagan … two siblings, Michaela (22) and Aaron (17) … first member of his family to embark on a military career … lists Roger Federer, Tiger Woods and Jack Johnson as his favorite athletes.

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THE BLACK KNIGHTS

Background: Born in Flint, Mich. … now resides in Kentwood, Mich. … 2008 graduate of Jefferson Senior High … class Valedictorian … was a lacrosse middie during middle school … member of the National Honor Society … all-state and all-conference selection at Jefferson … played for coach Brad Willner and the Alexandria Blizzard of the North American Hockey League … voted Blizzard Most Improved Player … helped team to Central Division title … named to the NAHL Central Division Top Prospect Team … enjoys fishing … son of Scott and Teresa Leets … one sister, Kaylee (15), a high school soccer player … grandfather, Boyd, serried in the U.S. Army ... uncle, Jimmy Arden, served in the U.S. Army … uncle, Doug Arden, served in the U.S. Marines … Ryan lists his Roberto Luongo, Pavel Datsyuk and Tiger Woods as his favorite athletes.

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#11 ANDY STARCZEWSKI

FR. • FORWARD • 5-9 • 175 PARK RIDGE, ILL. MAINE SOUTH PEMBROKE LUMBERKINGS

FR. • FORWARD • 6-1 • 205 WHITEBORO, N.Y. NORTHWOOD PEMBROKE LUMBERKINGS

One of seven members of the freshman class … very good One of seven members of the freshman class … great offenskater … quick … has potential to be part of the penalty kill unit. sive background … very good from top of circles down … proven goal scorer … will be counted on to contribute offensively Background: Born in Oak Lawn, Ill. … now resides in Park in first season. Ridge, Ill … 2007 graduate of Maine South … played baseball, football, basketball and soccer growing up … earned two let- Background: Born in Whiteboro, N.Y. … graduate of Northters and served as team captain of Maine’s gymnastics team wood School … five-year catcher for American legion squad in … played for coach Sheldon Keefe and the Pembroke Lumber Whiteboro … led team to district championship while earning Kings of the Central Junior Hockey League … named to the MVP and all-state laurels … five-time Scholar-Athlete … also CJHL All-Stars in the first “Battle of Ontario” … enjoys cheer- played football as a running back and defense back, on the ing on the Chicago Blackhawks, spending time with friends golf team, as a tennis doubles partner and as a goalie on the and movies … son of Ingrid and David Santee … father was soccer pitch … played for Sheldon Keefe and the Pembroke a two-time Olympic figure skater …. David participated in the Lumber Kings of the Central Junior Hockey League … helped 1976 and ’80 Olympics … one brother, Chris … first member team to CJHL championship … league MVP … served as team of family to embark on military career … lists Tuomo Ruutu, captain for the CJHL All-Star team in the “Battle of Ontario” … listed on the 2007 NHL Scouting List … enjoys golf and fishing Adam Burish and his father as his favorite athletes. … son of Jeff and Val Starczewski … older sister, Maranda Engelhart … grandfather served in the U.S. Navy … uncle served in the U.S. Air Force … Andy lists the New York Yankees and Tiger Woods as his favorite athletes.

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OPPONENT

W/L

A

O

ATT.

18 24 25 31

MERRIMACK *at Connecticut *at Connecticut *SACRED HEART

L L L W

0 3 3 6

1 4 6 3

1687 853 820 1191

SF SA GOALIE (SAVES) OCTOBER (1-3-0; 1-2-0) 44 22 Kassel (21) 42 23 Kassel (19) 37 30 Kassel (24) 32 35 Clark (32)

1 7 8 14

*at Sacred Heart *at AIC *AIC *at RIT

T OT L W W

3 3 3 5

3 4 1 3

429 225 2008 1604

NOVEMBER (2-5-1; 2-4-1) 28 45 Clark (42) 35 25 Clark (21) 38 25 Kassel (24) 26 36 Kassel (33)

15 21 22 28

*at RIT *at Mercyhurst *at Mercyhurst at Union

L L L L

3 2 3 4

6 6 6 5

1874 409 502 1997

21 37 26 18

6 7

*at Canisius *at Canisius

L W

0 4

2 3

948 748

DECEMBER (1-3-0; 1-1-0) 25 20 Clark (18) 26 24 Clark (21)

28 29

at Dartmouth vs. UMass

L OT L

4 1

5 4

4228 3434

27 17

2 3 10 11 18 19 23 24 30 31

at Ohio State vs. Miami *MERCYHURST *MERCYHURST *HOLY CROSS *HOLY CROSS *at Air Force *at Air Force *BENTLEY *BENTLEY

L W W W T OT T OT L L L L

1 3 2 4 3 4 1 2 0 1

6 2 1 3 3 4 5 3 6 4

4846 4902 2246 1067 2533 2327 3241 2873 2692 2393

JANUARY (3-5-2; 2-4-2) 28 37 Kassel (24); J. Spracklen (7) Warner 19 58 Clark (56) Omilusik (SH), Omilusik, Sefchik (SH) 29 36 Clark (35) Omilusik (PP), Meyer 32 28 Clark (25) Warner (PP), Sefchik, Meyer, Meyer (PP) 26 30 Clark (27) Sefchik, Omilusik (PP), Meyer 39 37 Clark (33) Meyer (SH), Ammon, Colvin (2 PP) 25 41 Clark (17); Kassel (19) Alvarez (PP) 19 25 Kassel (22) McKelvie (PP), Warner (PP, EX) 32 41 Kassel (30); J. Spracklen (5) none 25 34 Clark (30) Meyer (PP)

6 7 13 14 20 21 27 28

*CANISIUS *CANISIUS *at Sacred Heart *SACRED HEART *RIT *RIT *AIC *at AIC

W T OT W W L T OT T OT W

4 2 4 3 2 1 3 3

1 2 3 1 3 1 3 1

2468 2594 601 1692 1728 2621 2198 277

FEBRUARY (4-1-3; 4-1-3) 37 25 Clark (34) 35 44 Clark (42) 33 28 Clark (25) 37 35 Clark (34) 20 24 Clark (21) 36 43 Clark (42) 50 22 Kassel (19) 35 32 Clark (31)

13 14

!at Mercyhurst !at Mercyhurst

L L

2 0

6 5

1210 783

30 27

41 41 28 44

37 31

ARMY GOAL SCORERS none Hull, Omilusik (PP), Meyer (SH) Skarda, Meyer (PP), Omilusik Meyer, Hickey, Meyer (PP), Ammon, Omilusik (PP), Maggard

Meyer, Hickey, Colvin (PP) Meyer, Maggard, Meyer McKelvie, Sefchik, Meyer (SH) Omilusik (2 PP), Colvin (PP), Dube, Ammon (EN) Kassel (35) Maggard, Omilusik (PP), Hull Kassel (12); J. Spracklen (23) Ryan, Barnes Kassel (11), Clark (11) Warner (2), Skarda (PP) Clark (39) Warner, Sefchik, Dube (PP), C. Spracklen

Clark (32) Kassel (27)

MARCH (0-2-0) 41 Clark (35) 33 Clark (28)

*Atlantic Hockey Association game ! Atlantic Hockey Quarterfinal series A: Army Goals; O: Opponent Goals: ATT: Attendance; SF: Shots For; SA: Shots Against

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none Maggard (PP), McRae, Spracklen (PP), Sefchik (SH) Hull, Sefchik, Ammon, Maggard Omilusik (SH)

Hull, Ammon (SH), Tilch, Sefchik Omilusik, McKelvie Dube, Meyer, McKelvie (PP), Hickey Ryan (SH), McKelvie, Omilusik Meyer (PP), Skarda Dube Hull (PS), Dube, Leahy Meyer (2PP), Sefchik

Skarda, Meyer (PP) none

OFFENSIVE STATISTICS A 14 20 14 12 12 15 10 7 7 5 7 8 3 8 3 1 3 1 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 155 201

PTS 33 29 27 17 17 16 14 12 11 10 10 10 9 9 8 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 247 326

SHOTS 150 101 103 70 105 48 71 61 42 42 40 68 34 25 28 30 5 11 18 10 8 11 8 1 0 3 0 1093 1211

+/+2 -5 -2 -16 -16 -10 -11 -14 -7 -9 -10 -14 -6 -14 0 -15 -8 -1 -14 -2 -1 -14 +1 +2 0 -2 0 -186 -

NO-MIN 5-10 7-14 10-20 10-20 24-48 22-44 7-14 10-20 2-4 5-10 10-31 12-24 1-2 12-24 6-12 6-12 1-2 2-4 11-33 0-0 10-20 6-12 4-8 2-4 1-2 0-0 2-4 188-398 216-459

PP 8 0 7 0 2 1 1 0 4 1 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 28 27

SH 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 8

GW 3 3 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 19

GTG 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3

OT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

UA 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 8

EN 0 0 0 2 2 1

PEN 0 0 0 0 0 0

GOALTENDING STATISTICS Name GP-GS Minutes Jay Clark 24-23 1390:11 Josh Kassel 14-13 727:51 Joe Spracklen 3-0 66:26 EMPTY NET 14-0 7:15 Total 36-0 2191:43 Opponents 36-0 2191:43 Players listed in bold are returning

GA 69 49 5 2 125 92

ARMY’S 2008-09 RECORD WHEN Overall ..................................................11-19-6 Atlantic Hockey .................................... 10-12-6 Home.........................................................6-4-5 Away ....................................................... 4-14-1 at a neutral site ........................................1-1-0 AHA Playoffs .............................................0-2-0 in overtime ................................................0-1-6 on national television ...............................1-0-1 in white jerseys .........................................5-3-4 in gold jerseys...........................................1-1-1 in black jerseys ...................................... 6-14-1 in one-goal games ....................................5-7-0 in two-goal games ....................................4-1-0 in October .................................................1-3-0 in November .............................................2-5-1 in December .............................................1-3-0 in January .................................................3-5-2 in February................................................4-1-3 in March ....................................................0-2-0

Avg 2.98 4.04 4.52 3.42 2.52

Saves 731 320 35 0 1086 1001

Pct .914 .867 .875 .000 .897 .916

W 9 2 0 0 11 19

L 9 10 0 0 19 11

scoring power-play goal ........................ 7-10-2 allowing power-play goal ..........................6-8-3 scoring short-handed goal .......................5-2-1 allowing short-handed goal ....................0-4-0 on Fridays .................................................5-9-1 on Saturdays.............................................5-8-4 on Sundays ...............................................1-1-1 on Mondays ..............................................0-1-0 on Saturdays (after Fri. win) ....................2-1-2 on Saturdays (after Fri. loss) ...................2-5-1 on Saturdays (after Fri. tie) ......................1-0-0 following a win ..........................................5-3-3 following a loss ...................................... 5-11-1 following a tie ...........................................1-4-2 vs. Hockey East teams .............................0-2-0 vs. ECAC Hockey teams ...........................0-2-0 vs. CCHA teams ........................................1-1-0 vs. ranked opponents ..............................1-3-0 when outshooting opp. ............................8-6-2 when being outshot .............................. 3-13-4 when shots are even ................................0-0-0

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T 5 1 0 0 6 6

Sho 0 0 0 0 0 4

PP 18 9 0 0 27 28

SH 6 1 1 0 8 9

when scoring first .....................................6-7-1 when opp. scores first ........................... 5-12-5 when leading after one ............................4-1-1 when trailing after one.......................... 4-13-2 when tied after one ..................................3-5-3 when leading after two ........................ 10-1-2 when trailing after two .......................... 0-14-1 when tied after two ..................................1-4-2 when scoring 5+ goals .............................2-0-0 when scoring 4 goals ...............................4-2-1 when scoring 3 goals ...............................4-5-3 when scoring 2 goals ...............................1-6-1 when scoring 1 goal .................................0-4-1 when scoring 0 goals ...............................0-2-0 when opp. scores 5+ goals .................. 0-11-0 when opp. scores 4 goals ........................0-4-1 when opp. scores 3 goals ........................5-2-3 when opp. scores 2 goals ........................1-1-1 when opp. scores 1 goal..........................5-1-1 when opp. scores 0 goals ........................0-0-0

2008-09 STATISTICS

NAME GP G Owen Meyer 30 19 Eric Sefchik 36 9 Cody Omilusik 34 13 Mike Hull 33 5 Zach McKelvie 33 5 Marcel Alvarez 36 1 Bryant Skarda 33 4 Joey Ammon 35 5 Danny Colvin 28 4 Kyle Maggard 31 5 Matt Hickey 32 3 Will Ryan 36 2 Scott Warner 24 6 Mark Tilch 35 1 Mark Dube 21 5 Chris Spracklen 20 2 Jake Hannon 13 0 Alex McRae 18 1 Drew Pierson 23 0 Jack Barnes 8 1 Bill Leahy 18 1 Pat Copeland 25 0 Bill Day 25 0 Bret Larson 11 0 Jay Clark 24 0 Andrew Maxwell 3 0 Team 14 0 Total 36 92 Opponents 36 125 Players listed in bold are returning

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POINTS Player ..................... GP ........ Points Owen Meyer..............30 ..... 19-14-33 Eric Sefchik ..............36 ........9-20-29 Cody Omilusik ..........34 ..... 13-14-27 Mike Hull ..................33 ........5-12-17 Zach McKelvie ...........33 ........ 5-12-17 Marcel Alvarez .........36 ........1-15-16 Bryant Skarda ..........33 ........4-10-14 Joey Ammon .............35 ..........5-7-12 Danny Colvin.............28 ..........4-7-11 Kyle Maggard ...........31 ..........5-5-10

ASSISTS Player ..................... GP .......Assists Eric Sefchik ..............36 ................ 20 Marcel Alvarez .........36 ................ 15 Owen Meyer..............30 ................ 14 Cody Omilusik ..........34 ................ 14 Mike Hull ..................33 ................ 12 Zach McKelvie ...........33 ................. 12 Bryant Skarda ..........33 ................ 10 Will Ryan ....................36 ................... 8 Mark Tilch ..................33 ................... 8 Joey Ammon .............35 ...................7

GOALS Player ..................... GP ......... Goals Owen Meyer..............30 ................ 19 Cody Omilusik ..........34 ................ 13 Eric Sefchik ..............36 ...................9 Scott Warner ..............24 ................... 6 Mike Hull ..................33 ...................5 Zach McKelvie ...........33 ................... 5 Joey Ammon .............35 ...................5 Kyle Maggard ...........31 ...................5 Mark Dube ................21 ...................5 Bryant Skarda ..........33 ...................4 Danny Colvin.............28 ...................4

POWER PLAY GOALS Player ..................... GP ....PP Goals Owen Meyer..............30 ...................8 Cody Omilusik ..........34 ...................7 Danny Colvin.............28 ...................4 Scott Warner ..............24 ................... 2 Zach McKelvie ...........33 ................... 2

PLUS/MINUS Player ..................... GP .............. +/Owen Meyer..............30 ................ +2 Bret Larson ...............11 ................ +2 Bill Day......................25 ................ +1

Mark Tilch

SHORT-HANDED GOALS Player ..................... GP ....SH Goals Owen Meyer..............30 ...................3 Cody Omilusik ..........34 ...................2 Eric Sefchik ..............36 ...................2 Joey Ammon .............35 ...................1 Will Ryan ....................36 ................... 1

GAME-WINNING GOALS Player ..................... GP ...GW Goals Owen Meyer..............30 ...................3 Cody Omilusik ..........34 ...................3 Joey Ammon .............35 ...................2 SHOTS ON GOAL Player ..................... GP ......... Shots Owen Meyer..............30 .............. 150 Zach McKelvie ...........33 ...............105 Cody Omilusik ..........34 .............. 103 Eric Sefchik ..............36 .............. 101 Bryant Skarda ..........33 ................ 71 Mike Hull ..................33 ................ 70 Will Ryan ....................36 ................. 68 Joey Ammon .............35 ................ 61 Marcel Alvarez .........36 ................ 48 Danny Colvin.............28 ................ 42 SAVE PERCENTAGE Player ................ GP ..... Svs ............Pct. Jay Clark ............. 24 ......731 ............ .914 Joe Spracklen ..... 3 ........35 .............. .875 Josh Kassel.......... 14 ......320 .............867 GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Player ................ GP ..... GA ............ GAA Jay Clark ............. 24 ......69 ..............2.98 Josh Kassel.......... 14 ......49...............4.04 Joe Spracklen ..... 3 ........5 ................4.52

Returning players listed in bold

Will Ryan

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Josh Kassel

• Army qualified for the playoffs for the sixth-straight season. • The Black Knights earned a first-round bye into the quarterfinals. • Among Army’s wins were an upset of #2-ranked Miami and a home sweep of Mercyhurst. • Goalie Jay Clark was named to the Academic All-Star Team and six of his teammates were recognized by the Atlantic Hockey Association and its All-Academic Team. • Clark posted a 3.985 grade point average, highest among goalies in the conference, to earn mention on the All-Star Team for the second consecutive year.

• Defenseman Zach McKelvie was named an Atlantic Hockey Association first-team all-star for the second consecutive year. He is Army’s first two-time, first-team selection. • Forward Owen Meyer earned an honor from the league for the third-straight season. A member of the All-Rookie Team and a second-team choice as a sophomore, Meyer earned a first-team all-star spot. • Defenseman Marcel Alvarez was named to the AHA AllRookie Team. • Senior Zach McKelvie earned the prestigious Army Athletic Association Award. The trophy is awarded to the male and female cadet who displays the “most valuable service to intercollegiate athletics during a career as a cadet.” • Playing in the consolation game of the Ohio Hockey Classic, Army pulled one of the bigger upsets of the season with a 3-2 win against No. 2 Miami. Cody Omilusik scored twice and Jay Clark made 56 saves for Army’s first non-conference win since a 3-2 victory against Colgate on Oct. 30, 2004. Eric Sefchik netted the game-winning goal. • Sophomore goalie Jay Clark was a CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine At-Large Academic All-District second team choice. • Senior Zach McKelvie was chosen to participate in the Frozen Four Skills Challenge, the third time a Black Knight has been selected. McKelvie won the fastest skater competition. • Jay Clark was named the AHA Goalie of the Week three times.

• Senior Zach McKelvie was honored with the inaugural Mike Krzyzewski Teaching Character Through Sport Award. The honor recognizes West Point athletes and coaches for their outstanding commitment to the development of noble character through athletic participation and leadership. The cadet recipient exemplifies the Army values of loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, honor, integrity, and personal courage both on-and-off the “fields of friendly strife.” • Army hosted a “Skate With The Black Knights,” event a regular season game against RIT. More than 2,600 fans turned out to watch Army tie RIT 1-1 and then had the opportunity for photos and autographs with the players on the ice. • Army swept a pair of games with Mercyhurst at Tate Rink. The Black Knights’ first sweep of the season came following 4-3 and 2-1 victories. • Sophomore Jay Clark was named the Atlantic Hockey Association Goalie of the Month for February. Clark posted a 4-1-2 record and allowed just 12 goals. For the month, he has a 1.68 goals against average and .950 save percentage and posted at least 30 saves in five games. • For the second consecutive year, Army participated in a sled hockey game with the Long Island Rough Riders. After a 3-3 tie with Holy Cross, Army took to the sleds for a 20-minute game. • Forward Owen Meyer collected AHA Player of the Week accolades Jan. 12. • Army went 1-0-1 in its two national television appearances. The Black Knights beat Mercyhurst 2-1 on CBS College Sports Network and tied Holy Cross 3-3 on ESPNU. • Army embarked on an 11-game road trip early in the second. The Black Knights were away from Tate Rink from November to January and covered more than 4,100 miles during the swing. • Junior Cody Omilusik was named to the Ohio Hockey Classic All-Tournament team. He scored two goals against #2 Miami to stake the Black Knights to a 2-0 lead. • Senior Zach McKelvie was among the 20 players who were candidates for the 2008-09 Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award. The award is presented annually to the NCAA Division I studentathlete in nine sports based on the four c’s of classroom, character, community and competition.

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• In addition to Clark, defensemen Pat Copeland and Matt Hickey, goalie Josh Kassel and forwards Kyle Maggard, Will Ryan and Eric Sefchik were named to the All-Academic Team.

• Army won the conference Team Sportsmanship Award for the 2008-09 season and had the fewest penalty minutes in the league.

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2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE Game #1 (10-18-08) Merrimack 1, Army 0 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. Merrimack 1, Army 0 MERRIMACK 0-0-1—1 ARMY 0-0-0—0 First Period: None. Second Period: None. Third Period: MM – Pat Kimball (Rego, Loprieno), 3:11

2008-09 GAME SUMMARIES

Shots: Merrimack 22 (9-6-7); Army 44 (9-18-17) Saves: Merrimack 44 (Cannata, 60:00, 9-18-17): Army 21 (Kassel, 58:59, 9-6-6; empty net, 1:01) Power Plays: Merrimack 0-1; Army 0-2 Penalties: Merrimack 1-2; Army 2-4 Attendance: 1,687 Game #2 (10-24-08) Connecticut 4, Army 3 Freitas Ice Forum, Storrs, Conn. Connecticut 4, Army 3 ARMY 0-0-3—3 UCONN 1-2-1—4 First Period: UCONN – Coppola (Sapieha and Ochoa) PP, 15:42 Second Period: UCONN – Ranallo (Sapieha), 8:26 UCONN – Waterstradt (Olson, Ranallo), PP, 15:56 Third Period: ARMY – Hull (Warner, Skarda), 4:31 UCONN – Olson (Krispel, Ranallo), 13:59 ARMY – Omilusik (Alvarez, Meyer), PP, 14:23 ARMY – Meyer (Omilusik, Tilch), SH, 19:14 Shots: Army 42 (12-16-14); Connecticut 23 (5-10-6) Saves: Army 19 (Kassel, 59:14, 4-8-7; empty net, :46); Connecticut 39 (B. Erickson, 59:04, 12-16-11; empty net, :54) Power Plays: Army 1-9; Connecticut 3-8 Penalties: Army 9-18; Connecticut 12-24 Attendance: 853 Game #3 (10-25-08) Connecticut 6, Army 3 Freitas Ice Forum, Storrs, Conn. Connecticut 6, Army 3 ARMY 1-2-0—3 UCONN 3-1-2--6 First Period: ARMY – Skarda (Colvin, Hull), 5:17 UCONN – Olson (Krispel, Ochoa), 7:21 UCONN – Ochoa (Krispel, Bergin), 7:38 UCONN – Naurato (Coppola, Hernandez), 10:25 Second Period: ARMY – Meyer (Omilusik), PP, 00:18 ARMY – Omilusik (unassisted), 10:54 UCONN – Olson (Ochoa, Krispel), 14:47 Third Period: UCONN – Olson (Ranallo, Waterstradt), PP, 12:25 UCONN – Ranallo (Sapieha), 12:53 Shots: Army 37 (9-13-15); Connecticut 30 (8-7-15) Saves: Army 24 (Kassel, 60:00, 5-6-13); Connecticut 34 (McInnis, 60:00,8-11-15) Power Plays: Army 1-6; Connecticut 1-5 Penalties: Army 5-10; Connecticut 6-12 Attendance: 893

Game #4 (10-31-08) Army 6, Sacred Heart 3 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. Army 6, Sacred Heart 3 SHU 0-1-2—3 ARMY 2-4-0--6

Game #6 (11-7-08) AIC 4, Army 3 Olympia Ice Center, Springfield, Mass. AIC 4, Army 3 ARMY 0-2-1—3 AIC 1-2-1—4

First Period: ARMY – Meyer (Omilusik), 8:36 ARMY – Hickey (Meyer, McKelvie), 18:16 Second Period: SHU – Brown (Boisvert, DeJong), PP, 2:24 ARMY – Meyer (Alvarez, Hickey), PP, 7:17 ARMY – Ammon (Ryan, Colvin), 11:26 ARMY – Omilusik (Meyer, Sefchik), PP. 13:22 ARMY – Maggard (Hickey, Hull), 13:40 Third Period: SHU – DeJong (Jarman), PP, 8:01 SHU – Trapp (Gingera, Berube), 11:25

First Period: AIC – Selk (Turco), PP, 17:28 Second Period: ARMY – Meyer (Sefchik, Tilch), 3:07 ARMY – Maggard (Colvin, Hull), 6:50 AIC – Campanale (McLeod), 12:40 AIC – Mele (Penny, McMillen), 16:29 Third Period: AIC – Froese (Selk), 5:16 ARMY – Meyer (Omilusik, Sefchik), 16:25 Shots: Army 35 (9-14-12); AIC 25 (7-11-7) Saves: Army 21 (Clark, 59:30, 6-9-6; empty net 00:30); AIC 32 (Ramirez, 59:47, 9-12-11; empty net, 00:13) Power Plays: Army 0-5; AIC 1-3 Penalties: Army 3-6; AIC 5-10 Attendance: 225

Shots: Sacred Heart 35 (12-8-15); Army 32 (8-14-10) Saves: Sacred Heart 26 (Drew, 40:00, 6-10-x; St. Onge, 20:00, x-x-10) Army 32 (Clark, time, 12-7-13) Power Plays: Sacred Heart 2-5; Army 2-6 Penalties: Sacred Heart 7-14; Army 6-12 Attendance: 1,191 Game #5 (11-1-08) Army 3, Sacred Heart 3 (OT) Milford Ice Pavilion, Milford, Conn. Army 3, Sacred Heart 3 (OT) ARMY 0-2-1-0—3 SHU 0-1-2-0—3 First Period: None. Second Period: ARMY – Meyer (Sefchik, Tilch), 4:35 SHU – Boisvert (Knowlton), 16:19 ARMY – Hickey (Ammon), 17:59 Third Period: SHU – Berube (Mladenoff), 7:58 ARMY – Colvin (Hull, Alvarez), PP, 10:29 SHU – Laurysen (DeJong), 17:20 Overtime: None. Shots: Army 45 (5-12-9-2); Sacred Heart 28 (17-1013-5) Saves: Army 42 (Clark, 65:00, 17-9-11-5); Sacred Heart 25 (Drew, 65:00, 5-10-8-2) Power Plays: Army 1-3; Sacred Heart, 0-2 Penalties: Army 3-6; Sacred Heart, 4-8 Attendance: 452

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Game #7 (11-8-08) Army 3, AIC 1 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. Army 3, AIC 1 AIC 0-0-1—1 ARMY 0-2-1--3 First Period: None. Second Period: ARMY – McKelvie (Skarda, Hannon), 9:01 ARMY – Sefchik (Meyer, Hannon), 11:22 Third Period: AIC – Mele (Turco, Campanele), 1:43 ARMY – Meyer (unassisted), SH, 9:20 Shots: AIC 25 (10-6-9); Army 38 (11-14-13) Saves: AIC 35 (Fenton, 59:06, 11-12-12; empty net, 00:54); Army 24 (Kassel, 59:49, 10-6-8; empty net, 00:11) Power Plays: AIC 0-6; Army 0-4 Penalties: AIC 4-8; Army 6-12 Attendance: 2,008

Game #8 (11-14-08) Army 5, RIT 3 Ritter Arena, Rochester, N.Y. Army 5, RIT 3 ARMY 0-2-3—5 RIT 1-1-1—3 First Period: RIT – Crowell (unassisted), 16:50 Second Period: ARMY – Omilusik (Warner, Alvarez), PP, 8:16 ARMY – Colvin (Skarda, Hull), PP, 9:24 RIT – Mazur (Murphy, Ringwald), PP, 10:29 Third Period: RIT – Burt (Eckenswiller, Haltigin), 4:06 ARMY -- Dube (unassisted), 5:16 ARMY – Ammon (Dube, Tilch), EN, 19:46

Game #9 (11-15-08) RIT 6, Army 3 Ritter Arena, Rochester, N.Y. RIT 6, Army 3 ARMY 1-2-0—3 RIT 1-2-3—6 First Period: ARMY – Maggard (Colvin, Hull), 2:12 RIT – Brenner (Sarazin), 7:59 Second Period: RIT – Matic (McReynolds), SH, 4:05 ARMY – Omilusik (Sefchik, McKelvie), PP, 7:18 ARMY – Hull (Tilch), 13:40 RIT – Favot (Newman, Ringwald), 18:28 Third Period: RIT – Sarazin (Burt, Spivak), 3:52 RIT – Janda (Haltigin), 15:32 RIT – Burt (unassisted), EN, 17:08 Shots: Army 21 (7-8-6); RIT 41 (7-19-15) Saves: Army 35 (Kassel, 59:38, 6-17-12; empty net, 0:22); RIT 18 (DeMichiel, 60:00, 6-6-6) Power Plays: Army 1-4; RIT 5-10 Penalties: Army 5-10; RIT 4-19 Attendance: 1,874 Game #10 (11-21-08) Mercyhurst 6, Army 2 Mercyhurst Ice Center, Erie, Pa. Mercyhurst 6, Army 2 ARMY 0-1-1—2 MERCYHURST 2-3-1—6 First Period: MH – Toomey (Robinson, Raven), 3:17 MH – Gurtler (Medernach), 3:42 Second Period: MH –Gurtler (Bremner, Graham), 1:37 MH – Vandenbeld (Ginand, Terminesi), 4:14 ARMY – Ryan (Colvin, Alvarez), 10:05 MH – Pitt (Risi, Cameron), 15:54 Third Period: MH – Cameron (Risi, Graham), 1:44 ARMY – Barnes (Skarda, Hickey), 2:10

Game #11 (11-22-08) Mercyhurst 6, Army 3 Mercyhurst Ice Center, Erie, Pa. Mercyhurst 6, Army 3 ARMY 2-1-0—3 MERCYHURST 2-3-1—6 First Period: ARMY – Warner (Alvarez, Spracklen), 8:34 ARMY – Warner (Sefchik, Omilusik), 8:03 MERCYHURST – Robinson (Ginand, Pitt), PP, 10:22 MERCYHURST – Robinson (Medernach, Toomey), 19:41 Second Period: MERCYHURST – Ginand (Cameron), PP, 2:38 MERCYHURST – Pitt (Cameron, Risi), 6:21 ARMY – Skarda (McKelvie, Maggard), PP, 15:28 MERCYHURST – Pitt (Ginand, Fennell), 16:23 Third Period: MERCYHURST – Graham (Gurtler, Bremner), 8:03 Shots: Army 26 (16-5-5); Mercyhurst 28 (8-8-12) Saves: Army 22 (Kassel, 39:58, 6-5-x; Clark, 20:00, x-x-11); Mercyhurst 23 (Zapolski, 60:00, 14-4-5) Power Plays: Army 1-6; Mercyhurst 2-3 Penalties: Army 3-6; Mercyhurst 6-12 Attendance: 502 Game #12 (11-28-08) Union 5, Army 4 Messa Rink, Schnectady, N.Y. Union 5, Army 4 ARMY 1-3-0—4 UNION 0-3-2—5 First Period: ARMY – Warner (Colvin, Omilusik), 18:18 Second Period: UNION – Boileau (Milnamow, Zajac), PP, 1:31 UNION – Presizniuk (Valery-Travucco, Walters), 6:25 ARMY – Sefchik (Omilusik, Day), 7:04 UNION – Milnamow (Simpson, Reid), 8:53 ARMY – Dube (Skarda, McKelvie), PP, 11:38 ARMY – Spracklen (Hickey, McKelvie), 19:32 Third Period: UNION – Caffaro (Valery-Travucco), PP, 13:56 UNION – Zajac (Valery-Travucco), 19:59

Game #13 (12-6-08) Canisius 2, Army 0 Buffalo State Sports Arena, Buffalo, N.Y. Canisius 2, Army 0 ARMY 0-0-0—0 CANISIUS 0-1-1—2 First Period: None. Second Period: CANISIUS – Conacher (Love, Zuke), 00:57 Third Period: CANISIUS – Scarcella (Conacher, Love), 1:18 Shots: Army 25 (7-9-9); Canisius 20 (9-4-7) Saves: Army 19 (Clark, 60:00, 9-3-6); Canisius 25 (Loewen, 59:36, 7-9-9) Power Plays: Army 0-9; Canisius 0-5 Penalties: Army 7-25; Canisius 9-18 Attendance: 948 Game #14 (12-7-08) Army 4, Canisius 3 Buffalo State Sports Arena, Buffalo, N.Y. Army 4, Canisius 3 ARMY 1-1-2—4 CANISIUS 0-2-1—3 First Period: ARMY – Maggard (Alvarez, Skarda), PP, 14:45 Second Period: CANISIUS – Kenney (MacDougall, Moser), 4:08 CANISIUS – Kostuch (Conacher, Brace), PP, 10:14 ARMY – McRae (Hickey, Alvarez), 17:38 Third Period: ARMY – Spracklen (McKelvie, Skarda), PP, 13:21 CANISIUS – Kostuch (Hudson, Carl), PP, 14:49 ARMY – Sefchik (Omilusik, Tilch), 18:31 Shots: Army 26 (6-13-7); Canisius 24 (8-7-9) Saves: Army 21 (Clark, 59:55, 8-5-8; empty net, :05); Canisius 22 (Morrison, 58:46, 5-12-5; empty net, 1:14) Power Plays: Army 2-7; Canisius 2-8 Penalties: Army 8-16; Canisius 7-14 Attendance: 748

Shots: Army 18 (8-5-5); Union 44 (9-20-15) Saves: Army 39 (Clark,60:00, 9-17-13); Union 14 (Sillery, 31:38, 7-2-x; Milan, 28:22, x-0-5) Power Plays: Army 1-7; Union 3-6 Penalties: Army 6-12; Union 7-14 Attendance: 1,997

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Shots: Army 26 (7-9-10); RIT 36 (12-9-15) Saves: Army 33 (Kassel, 60:00, 11-8-14); RIT 21 (Menard, 58:42, 7-7-7; empty net, 1:18) Power Plays: Army 3-6; RIT 1-9 Penalties: Army 8-16; RIT 6-12 Attendance: 1,604

Shots: Army 37 (9-16-12); Mercyhurst 41 (14-15-12) Saves: Army 35 (Kassel, 24:14, 12-0-x; J. Spracklen, 35:46, x-12-11); Mercyhurst 35 (Zapolski, 60:00, 9-15-11) Power Plays: Army 0-3; Mercyhurst 0-1 Penalties: Army 1-2; Mercyhurst 3-6 Attendance: 409

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2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE Saves: Army 27 (Kassel, 60:00, 11-8-8); UMass 16 (Meyers, 60:00, 6-5-5) Power Plays: Army 0-3; UMass 0-3 Penalties: Army 3-6; UMass 3-6 Attendance: 3434

2008-09 GAME SUMMARIES

Game #17 (1-2-09) Ohio State 6, Army 1 Ohio Hockey Classic Value City Arena, Columbus, Ohio Ohio State 6, Army 1 ARMY 1-0-0—1 OHIO ST. 3-1-2—6

The Black Knights following a 3-2 win against #2 Miami at the Ohio Hockey Classic in Columbus, Ohio. Game #15 (12-28-08) Dartmouth 5, Army 4, OT Ledyard National Bank Classic Thompson Arena, Hanover, N.H. Dartmouth 5, Army 4 OT ARMY 1-3-0-0—4 DARTMOUTH 2-2-0-1—5 First Period: ARMY – Hull (Maggard), 11:08 DARTMOUTH – Owsiak (Jones, Wolter), 13:15 DARTMOUTH – Shields (Lee, Pritchard), 14:57 Second Period: ARMY – Sefchik (Meyer), 5:33 ARMY – Ammon (Hull), 6:13 DARTMOUTH – Reeds (Reber), SH, 7:23 ARMY – Maggard (Ammon, Hull), 12:36 DARTMOUTH – Reeds (unassisted), SH, 18:09 Third Period: None. Overtime: DARTMOUTH – Pritchard (Fleming), SH, 1:43 Shots: Army 27 (7-10-8-2); Dartmouth 37 (11-1312-1) Saves: Army 32 (Clark, 61:43, 9-11-12-0); Dartmouth 23 (O’Neill, 61:43, 6-7-8-2) Power Plays: Army 0-5; Dartmouth 0-4 Penalties: Army 5-10; Dartmouth 6-12 Attendance: 4,228 Game #16 (12-29-08) UMass 4, Army 1 Ledyard National Bank Classic Thompson Arena, Hanover, N.H. Massachusetts 4, Army 1 ARMY 0-0-1—1 UMASS 1-2-1—4 First Period: UMASS – Wellman (Irwin), 7:50 Second Period: UMASS – Ortiz (Wellman), 8:07 UMASS – Marcou (Davis, Quirk), 17:33 Third Period: UMASS – Ortiz (Wellman), 1:16 ARMY – Omilusik (Ammon, McKelvie), SH, 9:41 Shots: Army 17 (6-5-6); UMass 31 (12-10-9)

First Period: OSU – Elkins (Toy, Boots), 5:25 OSU – Mathieu (Severyn, Sims), 6:05 OSU – Boots (Elkins, Sims), 8:15 ARMY – Warner (Ryan, McRae), 14:23 Second Period: OSU – Bishop (Elkins, Albert), 3:05 Third Period: OSU – Pelletier (Severyn), 9:20 OSU – Albert (Belanger), 10:54 Shots: Army 28 (6-13-9); Ohio State 37 (11-12-14) Saves: Army 31 (Kassel, 49:20, 8-11-5; J. Spracklen, 10:40, x-x-7); Ohio State 27 (Carlson, 60:00, 5-13-9) Power Plays: Army 0-2; Ohio State 0-0 Penalties: Army 2-4; Ohio State 4-8 Attendance: 4846 Game #18 (1-3-09) Army 3, #2 Miami 2 Ohio Hockey Classic Value City Arena, Columbus, Ohio Army 3, Miami 2 MIAMI 0-1-1—2 ARMY 0-2-1—3 First Period: None. Second Period: ARMY – Omilusik (Ryan), SH, 1:57 ARMY – Omilusik (Meyer, Hannon), 11:39 MIAMI – Miele (Vaive, Steffes), 15:16 Third Period: MIAMI – Cannone (unassisted), 4:21 ARMY – Sefchik (Meyer), SH, 5:11 Shots: Miami 58 (15-19-24); Army 19 (5-9-5) Saves: Miami 16 (Knapp, 59:15, 5-7-4; empty net 00:45); Army 56 (Clark, 60:00, 15-18-23) Power Plays: Miami 0-7; Army 0-6 Penalties: Miami 6-12; Army 7-14 Attendance: 4902 Game #19 (1-9-09) Army 2, Mercyhurst 1 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. Army 2, Mercryhurst 1 MERCYHURST 1-0-0—1 ARMY 0-2-0—2 First Period: MERCYHURST – Pitt (Cameron), 12:56 Second Period: ARMY – Omilusik (Sefchik), PP, 00:20 ARMY – Meyer (McKelvie, Omilusik), 4:49 Third Period: None.

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Shots: Mercyhurst 36 (15-6-15); Army 29 (9-15-5) Saves: Mercyhurst 27 (Zapolski,59:10, 9-13-5; empty net, 00:50); Army 35 (Clark, 60:00, 14-6-15) Power Plays: Mercyhurst 0-4; Army 1-8 Penalties: Mercyhurst 7-14; Army 5-10 Attendance: 2246 Game #20 (1-10-09) Army 4, Mercyhurst 3 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. CBS College Sports Network Army 4, Mercryhurst 3 MERCYHURST 1-0-2—3 ARMY 0-2-2—4 First Period: MERCYHURST – Elliott (Raven), 16:04 Second Period: ARMY – Warner (Meyer, Sefchik), PP, 6:58 ARMY – Sefchik (Warner), 19:24 Third Period: ARMY – Meyer (Sefchik, Omilusik), 5:17 MERCYHURST – Risi (Gurtler), 5:55 MERCYHURST – Ginand (Risi, Gurtler), PP, 16:33 ARMY – Meyer (Sefchik, Omilusik), PP, 18:15 Shots: Mercyhurst 28 (10-8-10); Army 32 (14-8-10) Saves: Mercyhurst 28 (Lundin, 59:08, 14-6-8); Army 25 (Clark, 60:00, 9-8-8) Power Plays: Mercyhurst 1-7; Army 2-5 Penalties: Mercyhurst 7-14; Army 7-14 Attendance: 1067 Game #21 (1-17-09) Army 3, Holy Cross 3, OT Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. Army 3, Holy Cross 3, OT HOLY CROSS 2-1-0-0—3 ARMY 1-2-0-0—3 First Period: HC – Forshner (Miller, Cox), 1:00 ARMY – Sefchik (Meyer, Alvarez), 6:39 HC – Sheen (Davis), 7:29 Second Period: HC – Baldassari (Celin), 6:07 ARMY – Omilusik (Sefchik, Meyer), PP, 8:26 ARMY – Meyer (Alvarez, Sefchik), 19:27 Third Period: None. Overtime: None. Shots: Holy Cross 30 (13-11-5-1); Army 26 (9-8-6-3) Saves: Holy Cross 23 (Roy, 65:00, 8-6-6-3); Army 27 (Clark, 65:00, 11-10-5-1) Power Plays: Holy Cross 0-3; Army 1-4 Penalties: Holy Cross 5-10; Army 4-8 Attendance: 2533

Game #22 (1-18-09) Army 4, Holy Cross 4, OT Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. ESPNU Army 4, Holy Cross 4, OT HOLY CROSS 2-2-0-0—4 ARMY 1-2-1-0—4 First Period: HC – Miller (Cox), 4:09 ARMY – Meyer (McKelvie, Alvarez), SH, 5:40 HC – Martignetti (Sheen), 14:58 Second Period: ARMY – Ammon (Maggard, Hull), 1:04 HC – Driscoll (Sheahan, Cyr), 10:46 ARMY – Colvin (Ryan, Skarda), PP, 13:46 HC – Silvia (Sheen, Martignetti), PP, 17:50 Third Period: ARMY – Colvin (Ryan, Skarda), PP, 13:20 Overtime: None.

Game #23 (1-23-09) #20 Air Force 5, Army 1 Cadet Ice Arena, Colorado Springs, Colo. #20 Air Force 5, Army 1 ARMY 1-0-0—1 AIR FORCE 2-2-1—5 First Period: AF – Fairchild (unassisted), SH, 3:00 ARMY – Alvarez (Sefchik, Meyer), PP, 4:34 AF – Lamoureux (Olson, Frider), 12:55 Second Period: AF – Scott (Page), SH, 1:44 AF – Fairchild (Nylander), 6:23 Third Period: AF – Burnett (Fairchild, Nylander), 5:42

Game #25 (1-30-09) Bentley 6, Army 0 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. Bentley 6, Army 0 BENTLEY 2-2-2—6 ARMY 0-0-0—0 First Period: BENTLEY – Canzoneri (Prewitt, Gumaer), 00:21 BENTLEY – Menzione (Cloutier, Kayfee), 00:42 Second Period: BENTLEY – Osmars (Kent, Preece), PP, 1:28 BENTLEY – Menzione (Preece), 13:40 Third Period: BENTLEY – Gumaer (Canzoneri, Prewitt), 00:15 BENTLEY – Canzoneri (Gumaer, Olson), 6:44 Shots: Bentley 41 (17-17-7); Army 32 (11-9-12) Saves: Bentley 32 (Calvi, 60:00, 11-9-12); Army 35 (Kassel, 40:00, 15-15-x; J. Spracklen, 20:00, x-x-5) Power Plays: Bentley 1-5; Army 0-7 Penalties: Bentley 8-16; Army 6-23 Attendance: 2,692 (sellout) Game #26 (1-31-09) Bentley 4, Army 1 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. Bentley 4, Army 1 BENTLEY 1-0-3—4 ARMY 0-1-0—1 First Period: BENTLEY – Hamilton (unassisted), 12:48 Second Period: ARMY – Meyer (McKelvie, Ryan), PP, 15:07 Third Period: BENTLEY – Peterson (Cloutier), PP, 1:44 BENTLEY – Prewitt (Gumaer, Rank), 4:55 BENTLEY – Canzoneri (Gumaer, Prewitt), EN, 19:31

Shots: Canisius 35 (10-14-11); Army 37 (12-11-14) Saves: Canisius 33 (Morrison, 59:37, 11-9-13; empty net 00:23); Army 34 (Clark, 60:00, 10-13-11) Power Plays: Canisius 1-5; Army 0-3 Penalties: Canisius 6-12; Army 8-16 Attendance: 2468 Game #28 (2-7-09) Army 2, Canisius 2 OT Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. Army 2, Canisius 2 OT CANISIUS 1-1-0-0—2 ARMY 2-0-0-0—2 First Period: CANISIUS – Conacher (Weeks), 5:04 ARMY – Omilusik (Larson, Meyer), 5:36 ARMY – McKelvie (unassisted), 10:19 Second Period: CANISIUS – Heidinger (Brace), 11:16 Third Period: None. Overtime: None. Shots: Canisius 44 (17-12-13-2); Army 35 (8-168-3) Saves: Canisius 33 (Loewen, 65:00, 6-16-8-3); Army 42 (Clark, 64:43, 16-11-13-2; empty net, 00:17) Power Plays: Canisius 0-4; Army 0-9 Penalties: Canisius 10-28; Army 5-10 Attendance: 2,594 Game #29 (2-13-09) Army 4, Sacred Heart 3 Milford Ice Pavilion, Milford, Conn. Army 4, Sacred Heart 3 ARMY 0-4-0—4 SHU 2-1-0—3

Shots: Army 25 (5-8-12); Air Force 41 (15-17-9) Saves: Army 36 (Clark, 26:23, 13-4-x; Kassel, 33:37, x-11-8); Air Force 24 (Volkening, 60:00, 4-8-12) Power Plays: Army 1-10; Air Force 0-8 Penalties: Army 10-20; Air Force 12-24 Attendance: 3,241

Shots: Bentley 34 (11-13-10); Army 25 (9-5-11) Saves: Bentley 24 (Rank, 59:53, 9-4-11; empty net, 00:07); Army 30 (Clark, 58:41, 10-13-7; empty net, 1:19) Power Plays: Bentley 1-5; Army 1-6 Penalties: Bentley 7-14; Army 6-12 Attendance: 2,393

First Period: SHU – Tyll (Minaci, Gingera), 2:46 SHU – Giosa (Boisvert), 3:26 Second Period: ARMY – Dube (Pierson, Colvin), 2:43 ARMY – Meyer (Sefchik), 12:59 ARMY – McKelvie (Meyer, Sefchik), PP, 14:29 ARMY – Hickey (Ammon, Hull), 16:02 SHU – Jarman (Trapp, Ferraro), PP, 17:06 Third Period: None.

Game #24 (1-24-09) #20 Air Force 3, Army 2 Cadet Ice Arena, Colorado Springs, Colo. #20 Air Force 3, Army 2 ARMY 1-0-1—2 AIR FORCE 2-1-0—3

Game #27 (2-6-09) Army 4, Canisius 1 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. Army 4, Canisius 1 CANISIUS 0-1-0—1 ARMY 1-2-1—4

Shots: Army 33 (7-18-8); Sacred Heart 28 (10-9-9) Saves: Army 25 (Clark, 60:00, 8-8-9); Sacred Heart 29 (St. Onge, 59:20, 7-14-8; empty net, 00:40) Power Plays: Army 1-5; Sacred Heart 1-5. Penalties: Army 6-12; Sacred Heart 6-12 Attendance: 601

First Period: ARMY – McKelvie (Hull, Skarda), PP, 3:52 AF – Burnett (Hajner, Fairchild), 4:00 AF – Burnett (unassisted), 18:51 Second Period: AF – Page (Flynn), 3:59 Third Period: ARMY – Warner (Alvarez), PP, EX, 19:17

First Period: ARMY – Hull (Hickey, Ammon), 7:53 Second Period: ARMY – Ammon (Ryan), SH, 5:08 CANISIUS – Kostuch (Heidinger), PP, 6:30 ARMY – Tilch (Ammon, Hickey), 14:00 Third Period: ARMY – Sefchik (Meyer, Omilusik), 7:44

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Shots: Holy Cross 37 (10-11-12-4); Army 39 (6-1416-3) Saves: Holy Cross 35 (Dams, 65:00, 5-12-15-3); Army 33 (Clark, 65:00, 8-9-12-4) Power Plays: Holy Cross 1-3; Army 2-5 Penalties: Holy Cross 6-12; Army 4-8 Attendance: 2327

Shots: Army 19 (4-7-8); Air Force 25 (8-7-10) Saves: Army 22 (Kassel, 58:05, 6-6-10); Air Force 17 (Volkening, 60:00, 3-7-7) Power Plays: Army 2-5; Air Force 0-5 Penalties: Army 5-10; Air Force 6-20 Attendance: 2873

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2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE Game #35 (3-13-09) AHA Quarterfinal Series Game 1 Mercyhurst 6, Army 2 Mercyhurst Ice Center, Erie, Pa. Mercyhurst 6, Army 2 ARMY 1-0-1—2 MERCYHURST 2-1-3—6

Game #30 (2-14-09) Army 3, Sacred Heart 1 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. Army 3, Sacred Heart 1 SACRED HEART 0-1-0—1 ARMY 0-3-0—3

2008-09 GAME SUMMARIES

First Period: None. Second Period: SHU – Boisvert (Giosa, Knowlton), 1:03 ARMY – Ryan (Ammon), SH, 7:38 ARMY – McKelvie (unassisted), 9:26 ARMY – Omilusik (Sefchik), 11:35 Third Period: None. Shots: Sacred Heart 35 (15-11-9); Army 37 (1514-8) Saves: Sacred Heart 34 (Drew, 58:40, 15-11-8; empty net 1:20); Army 34 (Clark, 59:54, 15-10-9; empty net 00:06) Power Plays: Sacred Heart 0-4; Army 0-5 Penalties: Sacred Heart 7-14; Army 6-12 Attendance: 1692 Game #31 (2-20-09) RIT 3, Army 2 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. RIT 3, Army 2 RIT 1-2-0—3 ARMY 1-1-0—2 First Period: ARMY – Meyer (Sefchik, Alvarez), PP, 2:02 RIT – Matic (Alexin, Eckenswiller), SH, 19:00 Second Period: RIT – Brenner (Sarazin, Burt), 1:04 ARMY – Skarda (Ryan, Maggard), 1:48 RIT – Newman (Hofstetter, Favot), PP, 13:22 Third Period: None. Shots: RIT 24 (3-11-10); Army 20 (5-9-6) Saves: RIT 18 (DeMichiel, 59:51, 4-8-6; empty net, 00:09); Army 21 (Clark, 59:34, 2-9-10) Power Plays: RIT 1-7; Army 1-6 Penalties: RIT 6-12; Army 8-16 Attendance: 1728 Game #32 (2-21-09) Army 1, RIT 1 OT Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. Army 1, RIT 1, OT RIT 0-1-0-0—1 ARMY 0-0-1-0—1 First Period: None. Second Period: RIT – Sarazin (Ringwald, Brenner), PP, 1:32 Third Period: ARMY – Dube (Hull, Tilch), 1:02 Overtime: None. Shots: RIT 43 (11-15-16-1); Army 36 (7-15-10-4) Saves: RIT 35 (Menard, 64:58, 7-15-9-4; empty net, 00:02); Army 42 (Clark, 64:48, 11-14-16-1; empty net, 00:12) Power Plays: RIT 1-4; Army 0-5 Penalties: RIT 6-12; Army 5-10 Attendance: 2621

Bryant Skarda Game #33 (2-27-09) Army 3, AIC 3 OT Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. Army 3, AIC 3 OT AIC 1-0-2-0—3 ARMY 1-1-1-0—3 First Period: AIC – Penny (unassisted), 15:42 ARMY – Hull (penalty shot), 19:07 Second Period: ARMY – Dube (Tilch, Copeland), 15:29 Third Period: ARMY – Leahy (Pierson, Dube), 7:57 AIC – Richardson (Turco, McMillan), 12:41 AIC – Richardson (DeAngeli, Turco), PP, 13:30 Overtime: None. Shots: AIC 22 (11-3-6-2); Army 50 (20-18-9-3) Saves: AIC 47 (Fenton, 65:00, 19-17-8-3); Army 19 (Kassel, 64:57, 10-3-4-2) Power Plays: AIC 1-2; Army 0-3 Penalties: AIC 4-8; Army 2-4 Attendance: 2198 Game #34 (2-28-09) Army 3, AIC 1 Olympia Ice Center, Springfield, Mass. Army 3, AIC 1 ARMY 2-1-0—3 AIC 0-0-1—1 First Period: ARMY – Meyer (Sefchik, Omilusik), PP, 3:00 ARMY – Meyer (McKelvie, Alvarez), PP, 14:04 Second Period: ARMY – Sefchik (Omilusik, Tilch), 19:58 Third Period: AIC – Penny (Campanale, DeAngelis), 15:39 Shots: Army 35 (7-14-14); AIC 32 (8-7-17) Saves: Army 31 (Clark, 60:00, 8-7-16); AIC 32 (Fenton, 58:35, 5-13-14; empty net 1:25) Power Plays: Army 2-3; AIC 0-3 Penalties: Army 3-6; AIC 3-6 Attendance: 277

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First Period: MERCYHURST – Fennell (Pitt, Robinson), PP, 13:46 MERCYHURST – Pierce (Pitt, Cameron), 17:01 ARMY – Skarda (Maggard, Alvarez), 19:22 Second Period: MERCYHURST – Ginand (Terminesi, Pitt), PP, 10:04 Third Period: MERCYHURST – Bremner (Gurtler, Robinson), 1:52 MERCYHURST – Robinson (Fennell, Risi), 2:29 ARMY – Meyer (Sefchik, McKelvie), PP, 4:51 MERCYHURST – Fennell (Pitt, Pierce). PP, 7:01 Shots: Army 30 (10-10-10); Mercyhurst 41 (13-1117) Saves: Army 35 (Clark, 60:00, 11-10-14); Mercyhurst 28 (Zapolski, 60:00, 9-10-9) Power Plays: Army 1-4; Mercyhurst 3-5 Penalties: Army 5-10; Mercyhurst 4-8 Attendance: 1210 Game #36 (3-14-09) AHA Quarterfinal Series Game 2 Mercyhurst 5, Army 0 Mercyhurst Ice Center, Erie, Pa. Mercyhurst 5, Army 0 ARMY 0-0-0—0 MERCYHURST 3-1-1—5 First Period: MERCYHURST – Fennell (Eddy, Pitt), 7:50 MERCYHURST – Collins (Graham, Bremner), 14:00 MERCYHURST – Ginand (Coccimiglio, Vandenbeld), 16:15 Second Period: MERCYHURST – Pierce (Pitt, Cameron), 14:01 Third Period: MERCYHURST – Robinson (unassisted), 8:21 Shots: Army 27 (9-5-13); Mercyhurst 33 (10-14-9) Saves: Army 28 (Clark, 60:00, 7-13-8); Mercyhurst 27 (Zapolski, 60:00, 9-5-13) Power Plays: Army 0-5; Mercyhurst 0-5 Penalties: Army 5-10; Mercyhurst 5-10 Attendance: 783

2009-10 OPPONENTS

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ALL-TIME RECORDS

2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE Opponent Series Started Air Force Academy 1968-69 Alabama-Huntsville 1991-92 Alaska-Anchorage 1980-81 Alaska-Fairbanks 1980-81 Albany Country Club 1922 Albany H.S. 1907 American Int’l 1954 Amherst College 1911 Assumption Coll. 1998-99 Babson College 1973-74 Bates College 1922 Bemidji State 1999-00 Bentley College 1981-82 Berkeley College 1906 Bishop’s Univ. 1968-69 Boston College 1919 Boston State 1979-80 Boston Univ. 1925 Bowdoin College 1957 Bridgewater State 1974-75 Brock 1983-84 Brooklyn (Club) 1919 Brooklyn Polytech. Inst. 1905 Brooklyn Torpedoes 1945 Brown Univ. 1943 Bryant College 1975-76 Buffalo, Univ. of 1983-84 Camp Upton 1918 Canisius College 1992-93 Clarkson Univ. 1927 Clinton Athletic Club 1946 Colby College 1952 Colgate Univ. 1917 College Militaire Royale1971-72 Columbia Univ. 1910 Concordia Univ. 1991-92 Connecticut Agr. College1930 Connecticut College 1994-95 Connecticut, Univ. of1968-69 Cornell Univ. 1907 Crescent A.C. 1919 Cutler School 1907 Dartmouth College 1914 Denver, Univ. of 1992-93 Duquesne Univ. 1940

W 20 2 2 4 2 1 50 14 2 7 5 0 19 1 2 3 4 4 8 4 4 1 3 1 17 4 4 1 15 3 0 9 16 19 1 1 2 2 25 14 1 1 10 0 1

L 27 7 1 2 0 1 15 6 0 5 4 4 12 0 1 37 0 31 6 2 0 0 1 0 24 1 0 0 15 24 1 4 36 4 1 1 0 0 19 14 0 0 44 1 0

T 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 7 1 0 0 5 0 0

Pct. .428 .222 .667 .667 1.000 .500 .753 .682 1.000 .583 .556 .000 .594 1.000 .667 .085 1.000 .135 .538 .667 1.000 1.000 .750 1.000 .419 .800 1.000 1.000 .500 .111 .000 .692 .321 .826 .500 .500 1.000 1.000 .558 .500 1.000 1.000 .211 .000 1.000

Last Army W Last Opp. W 2007-08 (2-1) 2008-09 (3-2) 1998-99 (2-1) 2006-07 (2-1) 1981-82 (7-2) 1980-81 (9-6) 1991-92 (1-0) 1993-94 (4-3) 1923 (1-0) ————— 1908 (3-1) 1907 (12-0) 2008-09 (3-1) 2008-09 (4-3) 1973-74 (8-3) 1974-75 (6-5) 1999-00 (9-0) ————— 1984-85 (3-2) 1995-96 (3-2) 1931 (7-1) 1929 (5-0) ————— 2007-08 (3-0) 2007-08 (6-3) 2008-09 (4-1) 1906 (4-0) ————— 1969-70 (3-2) 1970-71 (3-2) 1963-64 (5-1) 1994-95 (9-3) 1981-82 (14-4) ————— 1967-68 (5-2) 1992-93 (8-1) 1996-97 (4-3) 1983-84 (3-2) 1979-80 (4-2) 1978-79 (5-2) 1992-93 (4-1) ————— 1919 (1-0) ————— 1918 (7-0) 1909 (2-1) 1945 (5-2) ————— 1990-91 (3-2) 1990-91 (5-3) 1979-80 (10-4)1977-78 (7-5) 1984-85 (6-3) ————— 1918 (2-1) ————— 2008-09 (4-1) 2008-09 (2-0) 1986-87 (6-3)1991-92 (11-1) ————— 1946 (9-6) 1983-84 (5-2) 1966-67 (6-4) 2004-05 (3-2) 2005-06 (6-1) 1994-95 (7-0) 1978-79 (7-6) 1923 (5-1) 1915 (2-1) 1993-94 (4-3) 1991-92 (3-1) 1932 (10-0) ————— 1997-98 (2-1) ————— 2007-08 (6-0) 2008-09 (6-3) 1995-96 (4-1) 2004-05 (7-1) 1919 (2-1) ————— 1907 (7-1) ————— 1990-91 (4-3) 2008-09 (5-4) ————— 1992-93 (4-3) 1940 (6-3) —————.

Army and Air Force will continue their rivalry in West Point, N.Y. this season.

Opponent Series Started Eastern Michigan 1981-82 Elmira College 1974-75 Erasmus H.S. 1918 Essex Troop, NJNG 1905 Fairfield Univ. 1992-93 Ferris State Univ. 2005-06 Findlay Univ. 1997-98 Flushing H.S. 1918 Framingham State 1976-77 Hamilton College 1921 Harrington Park 1944 Harvard Univ. 1931 Hobart College 1994-95 Holbrook 1904 Holy Cross, College of 1957 Iona College 1979-80 Iowa State 1982-83 Ithaca College 1972-73 Jamaica (Club) 1945 Jamaica H.S. 1918 Kent State 1980-81 Kingston Military Acad. 1904 Lafayette College 1923 Lake Forest College 1971-72 Lehigh Univ. 1940 London Field Club 1907 MacDonald 1972-73 Manhattan (Club) 1946 Manhattanville College1999-00 Marquette Univ. 1930 Mass. Agr. College 1914 Mass.-Amherst 1948 Mass.-Boston 1981-82 MIT 1908 Mass.-Lowell 1972-73 Massachusetts State 1934 Mercyhurst Univ. 2000-01 Merrimack College 1960 Miami (Ohio) 2008-09 Middlebury College 1926 Minnesota, Univ. of 1963-64 Minnesota-Duluth 1963-64 Minnesota-Mankato1996-97 Mohegan Lake School 1904 Mt. Allison University1993-94 MVM Battalion “A” 1915 Nebraska-Omaha 1997-98 New England College1974-75 New Hampshire, Univ. of1929 New Haven, Univ. of 1973-74 New Rochelle (Club) 1917 New York Military Acad. 1913 NYNG 7th Regiment 1908 New York State 1917 New York Univ. 1913 Newburgh Academy 1904 Newburgh Alumni 1904 Newburgh A.C. 1916 Newman School 1917 Niagara Univ. 1999-00 Nichols 1995-96 North Adams State 1974-75 North Dakota, Univ. of1966-67 Northeastern Univ. 1951 Norwich Univ. 1913 Notre Dame, Univ. of1985-86

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W 1 4 1 1 18 0 3 0 9 36 2 5 1 1 27 25 1 3 0 1 8 2 1 6 7 0 4 1 1 0 4 17 3 13 6 3 9 15 1 28 0 1 1 2 5 0 4 7 16 5 0 3 3 2 1 3 2 1 1 0 3 6 0 13 20 7

L 0 6 0 0 2 1 1 1 2 4 0 28 1 0 19 4 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 8 11 3 9 19 0 21 18 0 11 2 3 3 1 0 1 1 2 14 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 10 10 9

T 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 8 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. 1.000 .417 1.000 1.000 .881 .000 .750 .000 .818 .890 1.000 .162 .500 1.000 .577 .850 1.000 .750 .500 1.000 .667 1.000 1.000 .857 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .333 .607 .500 .587 .240 .875 .300 .455 1.000 .707 .000 .250 .250 .667 1.000 .000 .800 .778 .533 .688 .000 .750 .600 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .000 .565 .667 .438

Last Army W Last Opp. W 1981-82 (10-5) ————— 1982-83 (7-3) 1991-92 (6-5) 1918 (2-0) ————— 1905 (2-0) ————— 2002-03 (4-2) 2002-03 (4-2) ————— 2005-06 (5-2) 1999-00 (10-6)1999-00 (4-2) ————— 1918 (1-0) 1995-96 (6-0) 1978-79 (8-4) 1985-86 (5-4) 1981-82 (7-1) 1944 (8-3) ————— 1989-90 (4-3)1990-91 (12-2) 1995-95 (6-2) 1994-95 (5-3) 1904 (8-0) ————— 2007-08 (2-0) 2007-08 (3-1) 2002-03 (3-1) 2001-02 (5-2) 1982-83 (10-3) ————— 1975-76 (7-2) 1974-75 (4-1) ————— ————— 1918 (4-0) ————— 1985-86 (8-3) 1993-94 (4-2) 1906 (8-1) ————— 1923 (9-1) ————— 1973-74 (9-0) 1972-73 (7-6) 1955 (11-2) ————— ————— 1907 (3-0) 1973-74 (7-4) ————— 1946 (7-1) ————— 1999-00 (6-1) ————— ————— 1930 (5-1) 1930 (5-3) 1931 (5-1) 1997-98 (5-0) 2008-09 (4-1) 1983-84 (11-2)1992-93 (3-2) 1962-63 (8-0) 1938 (3-0) 1988-89 (5-3) 2001-02 (4-0) 1937 (4-1) ————— 2008-09 (4-3) 2008-09 (5-0) 1984-85 (2-1) 2008-09 (1-0) 2008-09 (3-2) -------------1985-86 (7-0) 1970-71 (5-4) ————— 1966-67 (12-1) 1996-97 (6-4) 1996-97 (3-0) 1996-97 (5-3) 1997-98 (7-2) 1905 (3-2) 1904 (4-1) 1996-97 (5-2) ————— ————— 1915 (2-1) 1998-99 (2-1) 2005-06 (3-2) 1997-98 (9-3)1979-80 (10-8) 1965-66 (6-0) 1972-73 (7-2) 1979-80 (8-2)1980-81 (10-6) ————— 1920 (5-1) 1920 (5-0) 1919 (1-0) 1917 (2-1) 1914 (7-4) 1920 (16-0) ————— 1913 (7-2) ————— 1907 (6-0) ————— 1905 (3-0) ————— 1916 (9-1) ————— 1917 (9-0) ————— ————— 2001-02 (4-2) 1998-99 (14-1) ————— 1994-95 (9-0) ————— ————— 1966-67 (7-3) 1997-98 (6-5) 1998-99 (5-1) 1986-87 (4-2) 1983-84 (5-3) 1990-91 (4-2) 2006-07 (3-0)

7 L 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 13 0 14 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 24 1 42

0 T 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1

.300 Pct. 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .250 .500 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .750 1.000 .000 .000 .833 .750 .548 1.000 .375 .000 1.000 .667 1.000 1.000 1.000 .400 .614 .667 .292

1991-92 (7-4) 1992-93 (3-2) Last Army W Last Opp. W 1945 (9-5) ————— 1999-00 (10-1) ————— 2002-03 (4-3) ————— ————— 1970-71 (5-2) 1955 (7-2) ————— ————— 1911 (2-1) 1917 (4-3) 1915 (2-1) 1916 (4-1) ————— 1914 (9-0) ————— 1998-99 (5-2) ————— 1998-99 (10-1) ————— 1983-84 (4-0) ————— 1983-84 (7-3) ————— 1995-96 (4-3) 1978-79 (5-2) 1961-62 (5-4) ————— ————— 1926 (4-1) ————— 1946 (8-1) 1985-86 (6-2) 1906 (9-7) 1994-95 (10-1)1956-57 (5-4) 1992-93 (6-5) 2008-09 (5-4) 1983-84 (15-1) ————— 1989-90 (3-0) 2002-03 (8-4) ————— 1917 (3-2) 1997-98 (9-1) ————— 1983-84 (7-4) 1968-69 (9-2) 1976-77 (6-1) ————— 1946 (18-4) ————— 1961-62 (14-3) ————— 1983-84 (13-3)1982-83 (5-4) 1996-97 (5-4) 1986-87 (2-1) 1965-66 (4-2) 1966-67 (1-0) 1995-96 (2-0) 1999-00 (5-1)

Army and Sacred Heart will meet four times during the 2009-10 season. Opponent Series Started Ohio Univ. 1961 Ohio State Univ. 2008-09 Pawling School 1908 Penn State Univ. 1944 Pennsylvania, Univ. of 1910 Princeton Univ. 1910 Providence College 1952 Queen’s College 1940 Quinnipiac Univ. 1995-96 Rensselaer Poly. Inst. 1906 Rhode Island, Univ. of 1953 Riverview A.C. 1904 Riverview Military Acad.1905 Rochester Inst. Tech. 2006 Royal Bank (Canada) 1924 Royal Military College 1923 Rutgers Univ. 1962-63 Rye Hockey Club 1956 Ryerson Univ. 1982-83 Sacred Heart Univ. 1995-96 St. Anselm College 1971-72 St. Bonaventure Univ.1992-93 St. Clair College 2002-03 St. Lawrence Univ. 1948 St. Michael’s College1995-96 St. Nick’s (Club) 1922 St. Paul’s School 1905 St. Stephens 1929

W 8 0 0 3 12 18 8 2 6 15 2 1 2 2 0 39 1 1 15 16 11 2 3 2 5 17 1 4

L 0 1 1 0 3 43 18 1 13 31 0 0 1 3 1 29 0 0 1 18 5 0 0 20 0 7 2 0

T 0 0 1 0 2 2 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 3 0 7 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

Pct. 1.000 .000 .250 1.000 .765 .302 .315 .625 .325 .323 1.000 1.000 .667 .438 .000 .567 1.000 1.000 .938 .471 .676 1.000 1.000 .109 1.000 .708 .333 1.000

Last Army W Last Opp. W 1968-69 (9-4) ————— ------------2008-09 (6-1) ————— 1908 (3-2) 1981-82 (10-3) ————— 1969-70 (2-1) 1972-73 (8-4) 1988-89 (4-3) 1998-99 (4-1) 1967-68 (5-3) 1998-99 (6-2) 1991-92 (7-6) 1940 (9-1) 2002-03 (3-1) 2004-05 (2-0) 1995-96 (6-4) 2007-08 (3-1) 1954 (4-0) ————— 1904 (8-1) ————— 1908 (5-1) 1907 (3-0) 2008-09 (5-3) 2008-09 (3-2) ————— 1924 (7-3) 2004-05 (6-1) 2001-02 (3-2) 1962-63 (15-0) ————— 1956 (7-2) ————— 2005-06 (3-1) 1982-83 (5-4) 2008-09 (3-1) 2007-08 (4-2) 1997-98 (5-3) 1981-82 (8-3) 1992-93 (11-2) ————— 2004-05 (5-2) ––––––––– 1985-86 (4-6%)1990-91 (6-3) 1999-00 (5-1) ————— 1981-82 (8-6) 1982-83 (3-2) 1906 (6-0) 1907 (2-0) 1932 (9-0) —————

Army and Union will continue their series in West Point, N.Y., this year.

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ALL-TIME RECORDS

Salem State 1973-74 3 Opponent Series Started W Sands Point (Club) 1945 1 Scranton Univ. 1991-92 8 Seneca College 2000-01 4 Sherbrooke 1970-71 0 Springfield College 1922 4 Springfield Training 1910 0 Springfield YMCA 1915 1 Stevens Institute Tech. 1911 3 Stone School 1914 1 SUNY Brockport 1994-95 6 SUNY Cortland 1977-78 14 SUNY Geneseo 1983-84 2 SUNY Oswego 1971-72 7 SUNY Plattsburgh 1976-77 6 Switzerland Nat’l Team1961-62 1 Syracuse Univ. 1926 0 Toronto Univ. 1946 0 Trinity College 1906 6 Tufts Univ. 1956-57 3 Union College 1924 16 Upsala 1979-80 8 Vermont, Univ. of 1930 8 Verona (Club) 1917 0 Villanova Univ. 1988-89 9 Waterloo 1968-69 2 Wesleyan College 1973-74 4 Westchester (Club) 1945 2 Western Michigan Univ.1961-62 1 Westfield State 1979-80 2 Williams College 1911 39 Wisconsin, Univ. of 1965-66 2 Yale Univ. 1933 17 2009-10 Opponents Listed in Bold

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THE ATLANTIC HOCKEY ASSOCIATION

2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE Entering its seventh season, the Atlantic Hockey Association continues to grow and prosper under solid leadership and a strong nucleus of institutions, which embodies the diverse structure of the league. Atlantic Hockey is one of six NCAA Division I men’s ice hockey conferences which owns an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament for its league champion. Air Force has won the last three Atlantic Hockey Association Tournaments and pulled an upset in the NCAA Tournament a year ago. Last year, Air Force dispatched top-seeded Michigan, 2-0, and nearly pulled a second upset, dropping an overtime contest against Vermont, 3-2 in the second extra session. The Falcons advanced to the NCAA Tournament with a 2-0 win against Mercyhurst in the Atlantic Hockey Association Tournament finals. In 2007-08, Air Force beat Mercyhurst 5-4 in double overtime in the finals but fell to Miami (Ohio) 3-2 in overtime in the NCAAs. In 2006-07, Air Force beat Army 6-1 in the conference tournament championship game and then dropped a 4-3 contest to No. 1 ranked Minnesota. In 2005-06, Holy Cross made history as the first Atlantic Hockey school to win a game at the NCAA Tournament, defeating top-seeded Minnesota, 4-3. The overtime decision sent shock waves through the college hockey community and officially announced Atlantic Hockey’s presence on the national stage. Although the Crusaders bowed to regional host North Dakota, 5-2, in the regional final, the statement had already been made: Atlantic Hockey is here to stay. The conference, which added Air Force and Rochester Institute of Technology to its membership three seasons ago, is comprised of 10 schools but that number will grown next year. The Air Force Academy made the switch from College Hockey America and was reunited with service-academy rival Army. The two academies were members of CHA for the 1999-2000 season. RIT made the jump from Division III, where the Tigers made 13 NCAA Tournament appearances and won nine ECAC West titles. Next season, the AHA will expand to 12 teams with the addition of Robert Morris and Niagara. For the 2010-11 season, the teams in the AHA will be split into geographic scheduling pods. Teams in each of the “regions” will play three games against teams in their own “region”, while playing two crossover games against the other “regions” squads. Each team will play a total of 27 conference games with the standings including all 12 members. Playoffs for the 2010-11 season will be determined prior to the start of that season. Robert Morris is a private school near Pittsburgh, Pa., with an enrollment of 5,000 and competes in College Hockey America. Niagara is a private liberal arts university the Niagara River overlooking the Canadian province of Ontario. The team presently competes in the CHA. Atlantic Hockey was formed when Fairfield University and Iona College dropped their programs and the nine remaining schools in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference decided to break away from the multi-sport conference and form their own “hockey only” league. That left just one full-time MAAC institution (Canisius). Although the MAAC Council of Presidents agreed to continue operating the league, its gov-

ernance structure presented numerous challenges to the membership, and the schools chose to withdraw and seek their own path. The nine remaining members voted on June 30, 2003 to sever ties with the conference and former Merrimack College athletic director, Robert M. DeGregorio, Jr., was introduced as Atlantic Hockey’s first commissioner. DeGregorio oversees all aspects of running the hockey conference from the league’s offices in Haverhill, Mass. Eight of the original nine charter members now form Atlantic Hockey including: American International College, Army, Bentley College, Canisius College, University of Connecticut, College of the Holy Cross, Mercyhurst College and Sacred Heart University. The first official league contest took place on October 11, 2003, with Holy Cross defeating Canisius 3-1 in Buffalo, N.Y. Atlantic Hockey retained the MAAC’s automatic bid to the NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Tournament and Holy Cross captured the first AHA postseason title in 2004. The inaugural AHA tournament was a success with the U.S. Military Academy serving as host for all eight games. The playoff format will remain the same this season. The first round will be a single-elimination game, played on Saturday, March 6. The No. 7 seed will host the No. 10 seed while the No. 8 squad hosts No. 9. The winners will then be reseeded for the quarterfinals, a best-of-three format that will take place the next weekend (March 12-14) with the top seed facing the lowest winning seed while the No. 2 seed will host the other first round winner. In addition, No. 3 will host No. 6 and No. 4 will host No. 5. All quarterfinal winners will be reseeded for the semifinals on Friday, March 19, at the Blue Cross Arena in Rochester, N.Y. The finals will take place the next day at the Blue Cross Arena.

COMMISSIONER ROBERT M. DEGREGORIO, JR. Robert M. DeGregorio, Jr., was introduced as Atlantic Hockey’s first commissioner on June 30, 2003. He oversees the 10 members of the league and all aspects of running the conference. DeGregorio is no stranger to guiding a major Division I ice hockey league. He served as commissioner of Hockey East from 1993-96, when he replaced Stuart P. Haskell, who resigned to devote full-time energies to his position as Commissioner of the North Atlantic Conference. DeGregorio, the former Director of Athletics at Merrimack College for 19 years, joined the staff at Merrimack as business manager for the Athletic Department and for the College’s S. Peter Volpe Physical Education Center in 1978. He was promoted to Director of Athletics in May of 1983. Throughout his tenure, many of the Warrior teams become national powers. The 15-sport Division II program reached its pinnacle in 1999-2000 when it captured the Northeast-10 President’s Cup, awarded for the top overall performance of all teams. DeGregorio was also Merrimack’s softball coach from 1982-1992, posting 211 victories in ten seasons and guided the Warriors to four Northeast10 Conference titles. He was named Northeast-10

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The mission of the Atlantic Hockey Association is to provide its members with a positive NCAA Division I college hockey experience fostering competitive excellence, championship play and recognition of teams and individual student-athletes and coaches. Atlantic Hockey is committed to academic excellence, a high level of competitiveness, sportsmanship and fair play within the context of athletic integrity. 7 Parkridge Road, Haverhill, MA 01835 (P) 978-373-9640 (F) 978-373-9642 CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS 2004 Holy Cross 4, Sacred Heart 0 2005 Mercyhurst 3, Quinipiac 2 2006 Holy Cross 5, Bentley 2 2007 Air Force 6, Army 1 2008 Air Force 5, Mercyhurst 4 (2 OT) 2009 Air Force 2, Mercyhurst 0 IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT 2004 (1) North Dakota 3, Holy Cross 1 2005 (1) Boston College 5, Mercyhurst 4 2006 Holy Cross 4, (1) Minnesota 3 (2) North Dakota 5, Holy Cross 2 2007 (1) Minnesota 4, Air Force 3 2008 (2) Miami 3, Air Force 2 (OT) 2009 Air Force 2, (3) Michigan 0 Vermont 3, Air Force 2, (2 OT)

Conference Coach of the Year three times (1986, 1989, and 1992). The Warriors won the 1994 Division II National Softball Championship and the softball program has a total of five appearances in the national championship tournament. DeGregorio has sat on numerous committees and held many posts while at Merrimack, serving his institution nationally on various NCAA committees. He was a member of the NCAA Division I Ice Hockey Committee from 1994-98. DeGregorio served as director on the Northeast-10 Conference (NE-10) Board of Directors, Chairman of the NE-10 Men’s Basketball Championship and the NE-10 Finance Committees. He was a member of the NCAA Northeast Region Advisory Committees for both men’s basketball and baseball. DeGregorio also previously served as a director of the Eastern Football Conference and as the conference’s treasurer, member of the ECAC Finance Committee and chairman of the ECAC Investment Committee. A resident of Winthrop, Mass., where he resides with his wife Michele, DeGregorio graduated from Boston State College in 1973 with a bachelor’s degree in education. Bob has two children, Leah and Robert Michael III.

2008-09 ATLANTIC HOCKEY ASSOCIATION TOURNAMENT

2008-09 ATLANTIC HOCKEY ASSOCIATION STANDINGS Conference

Overall

Record

Win. %

GF

GA

Record

Win. %

GF

GA

Air Force#%!

20-6-2

.750

105

61

28-11-2

.707

148

86

RIT#%

20-6-2

.750

112

73

23-13-2

.632

148 117

Mercyhurst%

17-8-3

.661

117

73

22-15-3

.588

155 119

Bentley%

15-11-2

.571

91

76

19-17-2

.526

116 116

Canisius

12-12-4

.500

86

80

15-16-6

.486

114 111

Army

10-12-6

.464

77

91

11-19-6

.389

92

Holy Cross

10-15-3

.411

73

87

13-20-5

.408

106 130

Sacred Heart

9-16-3

.375

83

107

11-23-4

.342

99

147

125

8-18-2

.321

74

107

9-26-2

.270

89

142

American Int’l

5-22-1

.196

53

116

5-28-2

.171

58

141

#Co-regular season champions %Hosted playoff quarterfinal series

2008-09 ATLANTIC HOCKEY ASSOCIATION MAJOR AWARD WINNERS Player of the Year ..................................................................... Jaques Lamoureux, Air Force Rookie of the Year ............................................................................ David Kostuch, Canisius Coach of the Year ............................................................................Ryan Soderquist, Bentley Best Defensive Forward ..............................................................Anthony Canzoneri, Bentley Defensemen of the Year ........................................................................ Greg Flynn, Air Force Individual Sportsmanship Award ...............................................Anthony Canzoneri, Bentley Team Sportsmanship Award .......................................................................................Army Regular Season Scoring Trophy........................................Lamoureux, Air Force (23-15--38) Regular Season Goaltending Trophy ...................... Andrew Volkening, Air Force (2.09 GAA) Regular Season Co-Champions..........................................................................RIT, Air Force

SCORING LEADERS

Player ...................................................Goals 1. Jacques Lamourex, Air Force ................33 2. Matt Pierce, Mercyhurst ........................24 3. Steve Cameron, Mercyhurst ..................22 4. Dave Kostuch, Canisius .........................21 Dain Prewitt, Bentley..............................21 6. Owen Meyer, Army ...............................19 Jordan Cyr, Holy Cross............................19 Brennan Sarazin, RIT .............................19 9. Matt Crowell, RIT ....................................18 Jeff Gumaer, Bentley..............................17 Dustin Cloutier, Bentley .........................17 Matt Fairchild, Air Force .........................17

Semifinals (at Blue Cross Arena) #1 Air Force 3, #4 Bentley 0 #3 Mercyhurst 5, #2 RIT 4 (OT) Finals (at Blue Cross Arena) #1 Air Force 2, #3 Mercyhurst 0

! Won AHA Tournament

Player .................................................... Points 1. Jacques Lamourex, Air Force .... 33-20-53 2. Steve Cameron, Mercyhurst ...... 22-28-50 3. Scott Pitt, Mercyhurst ................ 15-30-45 4. Matt Pierce, Mercyhurst ............ 24-20-44 5. Dain Prewitt, Bentley ..................21-21-42 Brennan Sarazin, RIT ................. 19-23-42 Greg Flymnn, Air Force ..................7-35-41 8. Brent Olson, Air Force .................12-29-41 9. Jason Weeks, Canisius .............. 14-25-39 10. Brett Robinson, Mercyhurst .... 10-28-38

Quarterfinal Series #1 Air Force def. #8 Sacred Heart, 2-1 #2 RIT def. #7 Holy Cross, 2-1 #3 Mercyhurst def. #6 Army, 2-0 #4 Bentley def. #5 Canisius, 2-1

GOALTENDING LEADERS Player ....................................................... GAA 1. Andrew Volkening, Air Force ...............1.97 2. Ryan Zapolski, Mercyhurst ................ 2.22 3. Kyle Rank, Bentley ............................. 2.68 4. Jared DeMichiel, RIT .......................... 2.70 5. Andrew Loewen, Canisius.................. 2.81 6. Dan Morrison, Canisius ......................2.97 7. Jay Clark, Army ................................. 2.98 8. Ian Dams, Holy Cross..........................3.16 9. Louis Menard, RIT .............................. 3.23 10. Joe Calvi, Bentley ............................. 3.31 Player ............................... Save Percentage 1. Ryan Zapolski, Mercyhurst ................ .934 2. Andrew Volkening, Air Force .............. .920 3. Andrew Loewen, Canisius.................. .919 4. Jay Clark, Army ............................... .914 5. Kyle Rank, Bentley ............................. .912 6. Dan Morrison, Canisius .................... .908 7. Jared DeMichiel, RIT ......................... .905 8. Ian Dams, Holy Cross......................... .897 9. Stefan Drew, Sacred Heart................ .896 10. Beau Erickson, Connecticut ........... .888

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NCAA Tournament Air Force 2, #3 Michigan 0 Vermont 3, Air Force 2 (2 OT)

2008-09 ATLANTIC HOCKEY ASSOCIATION ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F – Jacques Lamoureux, Sophomore, Air Force F – Owen Meyer, Junior, Army F – Brennan Sarazin, Senior, RIT D – Zach McKelvie, Senior, Army D – Dan Ringwald, Junior, RIT D – Greg Flynn, Senior, Air Force G – Andrew Volkening, Junior, Air Force Second Team F – Dain Prewit, Senior, Bentley F – Steve Cameron, Sophomore, Mercyhurst F – Matt Pierce, Senior, Mercyhurst D – Bobby Raymond, Senior, RIT D – Sean Erickson, Senior, Connecticut G -- Ryan Zapolski, Mercyhurst Third Team F – Matt Fairchild, Junior, Air Force F – Jason Weeks, Junior, Canisius F – Scott Pitt, Sophomore, Mercyhurst D – Alan Mazur, Junior RIT D – Carl Hudson, Junior, Canisius G – Kyle Rank, Bentley All-Rookie Team F – David Kostuch, Canisius F – Phil Ginand, Mercyhurst F – Tyler Brenner, RIT D – Marcel Alvarez, Army D – Scott Mathis, Air Force G – Kyle Rank, Bentley

THE ATLANTIC HOCKEY ASSOCIATION

Connecticut

First Round Games #8 Sacred Heart 4, #9 Connecticut 2 #7 Holy Cross 1, #10 AIC 0 (OT)

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2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE

Air Force Falcons • Friday, Jan. 29, 2010, Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y., 7:05 p.m. • Saturday, Jan. 30, 2010, Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y., 7:05 p.m.

2009-10 OPPONENTS

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ................. Colorado Springs, Colo. Founded ............................................... 1954 Enrollment .......................................... 4,400 Superintendent ...... Lt. Gen. Michael Gould Athletic Director ................... Dr. Hans Mueh Colors ..........................................Blue, Silver Nickname..........................................Falcons HOCKEY INFORMATION Conference ..........................Atlantic Hockey 2008-09 Record..............................28-11-2 Conference Record ........................... 20-6-2 Conference Finish ................................. T1st Letterwinners Returning ..........................19 Letterwinners Lost ..................................... 6 Head Coach ........................ Frank Serratore Record/Years ..................... 198-212-32/12 Career Record/Years ......... 247-304-41/16 Office Phone .........................719-333-2188 Assistant Coaches ................... Mike Corbett .............................................Capt. Andy Berg Captains ............ Jeff Hajner, Brett Nylander Alternate Captains................. Matt Fairchild ...................................... Jacques Lamoureux Arena ...................................Cadet Ice Arena Capacity .............................................. 2,502 Press Box Phone ..................719-472-1554 ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Website .................. GoAirForceFalcons.com Assoc. AD ................................Troy Garnhart Hockey Contact .......................... Dave Toller Office .....................................719-333-3478 Cellular ................................. 719-200-2802 E-Mail ....................... dave.toller@usafa.edu

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS Name (Yr.) .................................. G-A-PTS Jacques Lamoureaux (Jr.) ........ 33-20-53 Jeff Hajner (Sr.)..........................10-19-29 Matt Fairchild (Sr.) ..................... 17-20-37 Derrick Burnett (Jr.) ..................... 8-16-24 Scott Mathis (So.) ........................4-19-23

TOP RETURNING GOALTENDER Name (Yr.) ....................W-L-T/GAA/SV% A. Volkening (Sr.) ..... 28-11-2/1.97/.920

INSIDE ARMY-AIR FORCE Series began: 1968-69 Air Force leads series, 27-20-2 at West Point, N.Y., Army leads 12-10-0 in AHA games, Army leads 5-2-0 Current streak: Air Force won 2 Largest Margin of Victory: 8 goals (3/22/69 12-4 in St. Petersburg, Fla.; 3/23/69 8-0 in St. Petersburg, Fla.) Army shutouts: 6 (last 1/20/07 in Colorado Springs, Colo., Josh Kassel, 2-0) 2009-10 Schedule OCTOBER 9 ...........at Bemidji State .............................. 7:35 10 .........at Bemidji State .............................. 7:35 16 ........ ALA-HUNTSVILLE .......................... 7:05 17 ........ ALA-HUNTSVILLE .......................... 7:05 23 ........ RIT* ............................................... 7:05 24 ........ RIT* ............................................... 7:05 31 .........at Canisius*.................................... 3:05 NOVEMBER 1 ...........at Canisius*.................................... 3:05 6 .......... BENTLEY* ..................................... 7:05 7 .......... BENTLEY* ..................................... 7:05 13 .........at Holy Cross* ................................ 7:05 14 .........at Holy Cross* ............................... 7:05 20 .........at Connecticut* .............................. 7:05 21 .........at Connecticut* .............................. 7:05 DECEMBER 4 .......... AIC* ............................................... 7:05 5 .......... AIC* ............................................... 7:05 11 ........ MERCYHURST* ............................ 7:05 12 ........ MERCYHURST* ............................ 7:05 JANUARY 2 ...........at Sacred Heart*............................ 7:05 3 ...........at Sacred Heart*............................ 7:05 8 .......... CONNECTICUT* ............................ 7:05 9 .......... CONNECTICUT* ............................ 7:05 15 .........at Bentley* ..................................... 7:05 16 .........at Bentley* ..................................... 7:05 22 ........ HOLY CROSS* ............................... 7:05 23 ........ HOLY CROSS* ............................... 7:05 29 ....... at Army*.....................................7:05 30 ....... at Army*.....................................7:05 FEBRUARY 5 ...........at Colorado College ........................ 7:35 6 .......... DENVER ......................................... 7:05 19 .........at RIT* ............................................ 7:05 20 .........at RIT* ............................................ 7:05 26 ........ SACRED HEART* .......................... 7:05 27 ........ SACRED HEART* .......................... 7:05 *Atlantic Hockey Association game All times Eastern HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS

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2008-09 RESULTS O10 ..... at Sacred Heart* ................W, 4-1 O11 ..... at Sacred Heart* ........W, 4-3 (OT) O17...... BEMIDJI STATE ....................W, 6-2 O18 ..... BEMIDJI STATE ....................W, 6-0 O24...... at American Int’l* .............. W, 5-2 O25 ..... at American Int’l* .............. W, 3-1 O31...... BENTLEY* ...........................W, 5-1 N1........ BENTLEY* .......................... W, 8-2 N14 ..... at Holy Cross* ............W, 1-0 (OT) N15 ..... at Holy Cross* ....................W, 5-1 N21 ..... SACRED HEART* ................W, 5-1 N22 ..... SACRED HEART* ............... W, 7-1 N28 ..... COLORADO ..........................W, 4-1 N29 ..... at Denver..............................L, 1-4 D5........ RIT* .....................................W, 2-0 D6........ RIT* .............................W, 3-2 (OT) D29 ..... at Connecticut*$.................T, 2-2 D30 ..... vs. Quinnipiac$ ....................L, 2-4 J3 ......... at Connecticut* ..................W, 4-3 J4 ......... at Yale...................................L, 2-3 J16 ...... CANISIUS* ...........................L, 4-5 J17....... CANISIUS* ...........................L, 2-4 J23.......ARMY*...............................W, 5-1 J24.......ARMY*...............................W, 3-2 J30 ...... at Mercyhurst* ............ T, 4-4 (OT) J31....... at Mercyhurst* ....................L, 2-3 F6 ........ CONNECTICUT* ..................W, 3-2 F7 ........ CONNECTICUT* ..................W, 4-1 F13 ...... at Bentley*..........................W, 3-2 F14 ...... at Bentley*...........................L, 1-4 F20 ...... HOLY CROSS* ......................W,4-3 F21 ...... HOLY CROSS* .....................W, 3-2 F27 ...... at RIT* ..................................L, 4-6 F28 ...... at RIT* .................................W, 3-1 M13..... SACRED HEART!..................W, 4-3 M14 ..... SACRED HEART!...................L, 1-4 M15 ..... SACRED HEART!..................W, 8-1 M20..... vs. Bentley# ........................W, 3-0 M21 ..... vs. Mercyhurst^ ..................W, 2-1 M27 ..... vs. Michigan& .....................W, 2-0 M27 ..... vs. Vermont& ............... L, 2-3 (OT) *Atlantic Hockey Association game $Toyota UConn Classic in Storrs, Conn. ! AHA Quarterfinal Series #AHA Semifinals at Blue Cross Arena ^AHA Finals at Blue Cross Arena &NCAA Tournament at Bridgeport, Conn.

American International Yellow Jackets • Friday, Nov. 13, 2009, Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y., 7:05 p.m. • Saturday, Nov. 14, 2009, Olympia Ice Center, Springfield, Mass., 7:05 p.m. • Friday, Feb. 26, 2010, Olympia Ice Center, Springfield, Mass., 7:05 p.m. • Saturday, Feb. 27, 2010, Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y., 7:05 p.m. GENERAL INFORMATION Location ...........................Springfield, Mass. Founded ............................................... 1885 Enrollment .......................................... 1,650 President ............................Vincent Maniaci Athletic Director .................. Richard Bedard Colors ..............................Gold, Black, White Nickname...............................Yellow Jackets

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Website ...................... aicyellowjackets.com Director .................................. Darryl Konicki Hockey Contact .......................... Mike Getto Office .....................................413-654-1425 E-Mail ...................... michael.getto@aic.edu

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS Name (Yr.) .................................. G-A-PTS Chris Campanale (Sr.) .................7-11-18 Steve McLeod (Jr.) ....................... 6-10-16 Michael Penny (So.) ...................... 8-7-15 Nielsson Arcibal (So.) .................. 3-11-14 Mike McMillan (Sr.) ..................... 0-11-11

TOP RETURNING GOALTENDER Name (Yr.) ....................W-L-T/GAA/SV% Dan Ramirez (Jr.) ........ 4-16-1/4.07/.872

2008-09 RESULTS

Series began: 1954 Army leads series, 49-15-4 at West Point, N.Y., Army leads 37-8-3 at Springfield, Mass., Army leads 11-6-2 in AHA games, Army leads 17-6-4 Longest Army winning streak: 11 games (1/26/57-12/15/66) Army shutouts: 6 (last 3/7/08 in West Point, N.Y., Josh Kassel in first round of AHA playoffs, 4-0)

O17...... at Nebraska-Omaha! ..............L, 1-4

2009-10 Schedule

N14 ..... SACRED HEART* .......... W, 5-4 (OT)

OCTOBER 23 .........at Union .......................................... 7:00 24 .........at Rensselaer ................................. 7:00 27 .........at Sacred Heart *........................... 7:05 30 ........ HOLY CROSS * .............................. 7:05 31 .........at Holy Cross * ............................... 4:05 NOVEMBER 6 ...........at Connecticut * ............................. 7:05 7 ...........at Connecticut * ............................. 7:05 13 ........ at Army *....................................... 7:05 14 ........ ARMY * ......................................... 7:05 20 ........ CANISIUS * ................................... 7:05 21 ........ CANISIUS * ................................... 4:05 27 ........ MERCYHURST * ........................... 7:05 28 ........ MERCYHURST * ........................... 7:05 DECEMBER 4 ...........at Air Force * .................................. 7:05 5 ...........at Air Force * .................................. 7:05 8 ...........at Brown .......................................... 7:00 12 .........at Quinnipiac .................................. 7:00 JANUARY 8 ...........at Mercyhurst * .............................. 7:05 9 ...........at Mercyhurst * .............................. 7:05 15 .........at Holy Cross * ............................... 7:05 16 ........ HOLY CROSS * .............................. 7:05 22 ........ ROCHESTER INST. OF TECH. * .... 7:05 23 ........ ROCHESTER INST. OF TECH. * .... 7:05 26 ........ SACRED HEART * ......................... 7:05 FEBRUARY 5 .......... BENTLEY * .................................... 7:05 6 .......... BENTLEY * .................................... 3:05 12 ........ SACRED HEART * ......................... 7:05 13 .........at Sacred Heart *........................... 7:05 20 .........at Canisius *................................... 3:05 21 .........at Canisius *................................... 4 05 26 ........ ARMY * ......................................... 7:05 27 ........ at Army *....................................... 7:05 *Atlantic Hockey Association game All times Eastern HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS

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O18 ..... vs. Quinnipiac! .......................L, 1-4 O24...... AIR FORCE* ...........................L, 2-5 O25 ..... AIR FORCE* ...........................L, 1-3 O31...... CANISIUS* .............................L, 2-3 N1........ CANISIUS* .............................L, 1-4 N7 ........ARMY*.................................W, 4-3 N8 ........at Army* ............................... L, 1-3 N15 ..... at Sacred Heart* ...................L, 0-4 N21 ..... HOLY CROSS* .......................W, 5-1 N22 ..... at Holy Cross* .......................L, 0-3 N25 ..... at Bentley*............................W, 3-1 D5........ MERCYHURST*......................L, 3-6 D6........ MERCYHURST*....................L, 1-11 D9........ at Union ..................................L, 0-6 D12 ..... at Massachusetts ..................L, 0-4 J3 ......... at Robert Morris ....................L, 2-5 J4 ......... at Robert Morris ............ T, 1-1 (OT) J9 ......... at Holy Cross* .......................L, 1-5 J10 ...... HOLY CROSS* ....................... L, 1-5 J16 ...... at RIT* ....................................L, 3-5 J17....... at RIT* ....................................L, 1-5 J20 ...... at Bentley*.............................L, 4-6 J27....... CONNECTICUT* .....................L, 1-3 F6 ........ at Mercyhurst* ..................... L, 0-2 F7 ........ at Mercyhurst* ......................L, 2-6 F13 ...... at Canisius* ...........................L, 0-3 F14 ...... at Canisius* ...........................L, 1-5 F17 ...... CONNECTICUT* .....................L, 2-6 F20 ...... at Sacred Heart* .................. L, 3-6 F21 ...... SACRED HEART* ..................W, 2-1 F27 ......at Army* ..........................T, 3-3 OT F28 ......ARMY*.................................. L, 1-3 !Mutual of Omaha Stampede, Omaha, Neb. *Atlantic Hockey Association game

2009-10 OPPONENTS

HOCKEY INFORMATION Conference ..........................Atlantic Hockey 2008-09 Record................................ 5-28-2 Conference Record ........................... 5-22-1 Conference Finish .................................10th Letterwinners Returning ..........................18 Letterwinners Lost ..................................... 8 Head Coach ............................... Gary Wright Record/Years ......................253-407-49/24 Career Record ..................................... same Office Phone .........................413-654-1425 Assistant Coaches ....................... Mike Field Captain..............................Chris Campanale Alternate Captain ......................Josh Froese Arena .............................. Olympic Ice Center Capacity .............................................. 2,200 Press Box Phone ................. 413-205-3930

INSIDE ARMY-AIC

®

2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE

Bentley Falcons • Friday, Nov. 20, 2009, John A. Ryan Arena, Waltham, Mass., 7:05 p.m. • Saturday, Nov. 21, 2009, John A. Ryan Arena, Waltham, Mass., 7:05 p.m.

2009-10 OPPONENTS

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ..............................Waltham, Mass. Founded ................................................1917 Enrollment .......................................... 4,016 President ................... Gloria Cordes Larson Athletic Director ................... Rober DeFelice Colors ........................................... Blue, Gold Nickname..........................................Falcons HOCKEY INFORMATION Conference ..........................Atlantic Hockey 2008-09 Record.............................. 19-17-2 Conference Record ......................... 15-11-2 Conference Finish ...................................4th Letterwinners Returning .......................... 21 Letterwinners Lost ..................................... 6 Head Coach ....................... Ryan Soderquist Record/Years .......................... 85-135-24/7 Career Record ..................................... same Office Phone ........................ 781-891-2322 Assistant Coaches ..................... Mark White ................................................Charlie Carkin Captain.................................................... TBA Arena ................John A. Ryan Skating Arena Capacity .............................................. 1,200 Press Box Phone ..................646-387-2427 ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Website ......................bentley.edu/athletics Director .......................................... Dick Lipe Hockey Contact ........................... Kyle Mack Office ..................................... 781-891-2417 Cellular ..................................646-387-2427 E-Mail ...........................kmack@bentley.edu

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS Name (Yr.) .................................. G-A-PTS Dustin Cloutier (Jr.).................... 17-17-34 Marc Menzione (Sr.) ..................14-13-27 Erik Peterson (Jr.) ......................12-15-27 Bobby Preece (Sr.) ....................... 2-22-24 Aaron Stonacek (So.) .................... 5-5-10

TOP RETURNING GOALTENDERS Name (Yr.) ....................W-L-T/GAA/SV% Kyle Rank (So.) ...........12-9-1/2.68/.912 Joe Calvi (Jr.) ................. 7-8-0/3.31/.888

INSIDE ARMY-BENTLEY Series began: 1981-82 Army leads series, 19-12-6 at Watertown, Bentley leads 6-4-4 in AHA games, Army leads 9-8-5 Current Streak: Bentley won 2 Most Army goals: 9 (twice, 1/17/00 at West Point, 9-2; 11/30/01 at West Point) Army shutouts: none 2009-10 Schedule OCTOBER 16 .........at Northeastern .............................. 7:05 17 .........at Quinnipiac .................................. 7:05 23 ........ CONNECTICUT* ............................ 7:05 30 ........ MERCYHURST* ............................ 7:05 31 ........ MERCYHURST* ............................ 7:05 NOVEMBER 6 ...........at Air Force* ................................... 7:05 7 ...........at Air Force* ................................... 7:05 13 ........ SACRED HEART* .......................... 7:05 14 ........ SACRED HEART* .......................... 7:05 20 ........ ARMY* .......................................... 7:05 21 ........ ARMY* .......................................... 7:05 24 .........at Brown .......................................... 7:05 27 .........at Rensselaer& ............................... 7:05 28 .........vs. Union/Lake Superior State& ... 7:05 DECEMBER 4 ...........at Canisius*.................................... 7:05 5 ...........at Canisius*.................................... 7:05 29 .........at UConn*$ .................................... 7:05 30 .........vs. Union/UMass-Amherst$ .......... 7:05 JANUARY 8 .......... CANISIUS* .................................... 7:05 9 .......... CANISIUS* .................................... 7:05 15 ........ AIR FORCE* .................................. 7:05 16 ........ AIR FORCE* .................................. 7:05 22 .........at Mercyhurst* ............................... 7:05 23 .........at Mercyhurst* ............................... 7:05 29 .........at RIT* ............................................ 7:05 30 .........at RIT* ............................................ 7:05 FEBRUARY 5 ...........at AIC* ............................................ 7:05 6 ...........at AIC* ............................................ 7:05 12 ........ HOLY CROSS* ............................... 7:05 13 .........at Holy Cross* ................................ 7:05 19 .........at UConn* ....................................... 7:05 20 ........ UCONN* ........................................ 7:05 26 .........at Holy Cross* ................................ 7:05 27 ........ HOLY CROSS* ............................... 7:05 *Atlantic Hockey Association game & RPI Holiday Tournament $ Toyota UConn Classic HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS

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2008-09 RESULTS O17...... at Colgate ............................... L, 1-4 O18 ..... at Rennselaer ............... W, 4-3 (OT) O31...... at Air Force* .......................... L, 1-5 N1........ at Air Force* .......................... L, 2-8 N7........ CONNECTICUT* .................... W, 1-0 N8........ at #10 Northeastern ............. L, 1-4 N14 ..... at Mercyhurst* ..................... W, 5-2 N15 ..... at Mercyhurst* ...............T, 1-1 (OT) N21 ..... CANISIUS* ............................ W, 4-3 N22 ..... CANISIUS* ............................ W, 4-2 N25 ..... AMERICAN INT’L* .................. L, 1-3 D5........ HOLY CROSS* ....................... W, 4-1 D6........ at Holy Crosss*...................... L, 2-3 D12 ..... at Ohio State ........................ L, 1-10 D13 ..... at Ohio State ...................L, 2-3 (OT) J2 ......... RIT* ........................................ L, 2-3 J3 ......... RIT* ........................................ L, 2-4 J9 ......... at Canisius* .......................... W, 8-3 J10 ...... at Canisius* .......................... W, 4-3 J14 ...... at Connecticut* ..............L, 1-2 (OT) J16 ...... at Maine ................................ W, 3-1 J20 ...... AMERICAN INT’L ................... W, 6-4 J23 ...... at Sacred Heart* ............L, 5-6 (OT) J24....... at Sacred Heart* .................. W, 4-3 J30.......at Army* .............................. W, 6-0 J31.......at Army* .............................. W, 4-1 F6 ........ at Holy Cross* ...................... W, 4-1 F7 ........ HOLY CROSS* ....................... W, 4-1 F13 ...... #20 AIR FORCE* ................... L, 2-3 F14 ...... #20 AIR FORCE* .................. W, 4-1 F20 ...... MERCYHURST*...................... L, 4-6 F21 ...... MERCYHURST*..................... W, 2-1 F27 ...... at Connecticut* ..................... L, 1-4 F28 ...... CONNECTICUT* ..............T, 2-2 (OT) M13..... CANISIUS# ............................ W, 6-3 M14 ..... CANISIUS# ............................. L, 3-7 M15 ..... CANISIUS# ............................ W, 4-2 M20..... vs. Air Force ........................... L, 0-3 *Atlantic Hockey Association game #Atlantic Hockey Tournament

Canisius Golden Griffins • Friday, Nov. 27, 2009, Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y., 7:05 p.m. • Saturday, Nov. 28, 2009, Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y., 7:05 p.m. • Friday, Jan. 15, 2010, Buffalo State Sports Arena. Buffalo, N.Y., 7:05 p.m. • Saturday, Jan. 16, 2010, Buffalo State Sports Arena. Buffalo, N.Y., 7:05 p.m. GENERAL INFORMATION Location .................................... Buffalo, N.Y. Founded ............................................... 1870 Enrollment .......................................... 3,490 President ................. Rev. Vincent M. Cooke Athletic Director ........................... Bill Maher Colors ........................................... Blue, Gold Nickname..............................Golden Griffins

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Website ................................... GoGriffs.com Director .................................. Matt Reitnour Hockey Contact ................... Jason Veniskey Office ..................................... 716-888-3767 Cellular ..................................585-615-5316 E-Mail .......................veniskej@canisius.edu

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS Name (Yr.) .................................. G-A-PTS Jason Weeks (Sr.) ......................14-25-39 Carl Hudson (Sr.) ......................... 14-9-25 Dave Kostuch (So.)....................21-11-32

TOP RETURNING GOALTENDER Name (Yr.) ....................W-L-T/GAA/SV% Andrew Loewen (Sr.) .... 9-7-4/2.81/.919

Series began: 1992-93 Canisius leads series, 16-14-3 at West Point, N.Y., Army leads 9-4-2 at Buffalo, N.Y. Canisius leads 11-5-1 at neutral site, Army leads 1-0-0 in AHA games, Canisius leads 9-6-2 Army shutouts: 2 (last 1/20/06 at West Point, 3-0) 2009-10 Schedule OCTOBER 9 .......... FERRIS STATE ............................... 7:05 10 ........ FERRIS STATE ............................... 7:05 16 .........at Lake Superior State ................... 7:05 17 .........at Lake Superior State ................... 7:05 24 ........ HOLY CROSS* ............................... 4:05 25 ........ HOLY CROSS* ............................... 4:05 31 ........ AIR FORCE* .................................. 3:05 NOVEMBER 1 .......... AIR FORCE* .................................. 3:05 6 ...........at Mercyhurst* ............................... 7:05 7 .......... MERCYHURST* ............................ 7:05 14 ........ CONNECTICUT* ............................ 3:05 15 ........ CONNECTIUCT* ............................ 3:05 20 .........at AIC* ............................................ 7:05 21 .........at AIC* ............................................ 4:05 27 ........ at Army*........................................ 7:05 28 ........ at Army*........................................ 7:05 DECEMBER 4 .......... BENTLEY* ..................................... 7:05 5 .......... BENTLEY* ..................................... 7:05 15 ........ ROBERT MORRIS ......................... 7:05 20 ........ COLGATE ....................................... 5:05 JANUARY 8 ...........at Bentley* ..................................... 7:05 9 ...........at Bentley* ..................................... 7:05 15 ........ ARMY* .......................................... 7:05 16 ....... ARMY* .......................................... 7:05 22 .........at Sacred Heart*............................ 7:05 23 .........at Sacred Heart*............................ 7:05 FEBRUARY 5 ...........at Connecticut* .............................. 7:05 6 ...........at Connecticut* .............................. 7:05 12 ........ MERCYHURST* ............................ 7:05 13 .........at Mercyhurst* ............................... 7:05 20 ........ AIC* ............................................... 3:05 21 ........ AIC* ............................................... 4:05 26 .........at RIT* ............................................ 7:05 27 .........at RIT* ............................................ 7:05 *Atlantic Hockey Association game HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS

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2008-09 RESULTS O10 ..... at Ferris State ...................... W, 5-2 O11 ..... at Ferris State ....................... L, 2-5 O17...... at Holy Cross* ............... T, 1-1 (OT) O18 ..... at Holy Cross* ...................... L, 4-5 O26 ..... MERRIMACK .................. T, 1-1 (OT) O31...... at AIC*.................................. W, 3-2 N1........ at AIC*.................................. W, 4-1 N11 ..... at Niagara ............................. L, 2-5 N15 ..... CONNECTICUT* ................... W, 6-0 N16 ..... CONNECTICUT* ............W, 3-2 (OT) N21 ..... at Bentley*............................ L, 3-4 N22 ..... at Bentley*............................ L, 2-4 N28 ..... at Clarkson ....................W, 4-3 (OT) N29 ..... at Clarkson ..................... T, 2-2 (OT) D6 ........ARMY*................................ W, 2-0 D7 ........ARMY*..................................L, 3-4 D20 ..... MERCYHURST*.............. T, 2-2 (OT) J9 ......... vs. Bentley*! ......................... L, 3-8 J10 ...... vs. Bentley*!. ........................ L, 3-4 J16 ...... at #15 Air Force* ................ W, 5-4 J17....... at #15 Air Force* ................ W, 4-2 J22 ...... RIT* ....................................... L, 2-5 J25 ...... RIT* ....................................... L, 3-4 J30 ...... SACRED HEART* ........... T, 3-3 (OT) J31....... SACRED HEART* ................. W, 5-1 F3 ........ at Mercyhurst* .............W, 3-2 (OT) F6 ........at Army* ...............................L, 1-4 F7 ........at Army* ....................... T, 2-2 (OT) F13 ...... vs. American Int’l*!.............. W, 3-0 F14 ...... vs. American Int’l*!.............. W, 5-1 F20 ...... at Connecticut* ............W, 4-3 (OT) F21 ...... at Connecticut* .............L, 3-4 (OT) F27 ...... MERCYHURST ....................... L, 1-4 F28 ...... at Mercyhurst* ..............L, 3-4 (OT) M13..... at Bentley! ............................. L, 3-6 M14 ..... at Bentley! ............................ W, 7-3 M15 ..... at Bentley! ............................. L, 2-4 *Atlantic Hockey Association game ! at Amherst, N.Y. !Atlantic Hockey Quarterfinals

2009-10 OPPONENTS

HOCKEY INFORMATION Conference ..........................Atlantic Hockey 2008-09 Record.............................. 15-16-6 Conference Record .........................12-12-4 Conference Finish ...................................5th Letterwinners Returning ..........................22 Letterwinners Lost ..................................... 4 Head Coach ............................... Dave Smith Record/Years .............................45-82-17/4 Career Record ..................................... same Office Phone .........................716-888-2957 Assistant Coaches ... B.J. Adams, Scott Grat Captain.............................Peter MacDougall Arena .................Buffalo State Sports Arena Capacity .............................................. 1,800 Press Box Phone ..................585-615-5316

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Connecticut Huskies • Friday, Jan. 22, 2010, Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y., 7:05 p.m. • Saturday, Jan. 23, 2010, Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y., 7:05 p.m.

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GENERAL INFORMATION Location ...................................Storrs, Conn. Founded ............................................... 1881 Enrollment ........................................29,383 President ............................. Michael Hogan Athletic Director ................ Jeffrey Hathaway Colors ......................................... Blue, White Nickname......................................... Huskies HOCKEY INFORMATION Conference ..........................Atlantic Hockey 2008-09 Record................................ 9-26-2 Conference Record ........................... 8-18-2 Conference Finish ...................................9th Letterwinners Returning ..........................22 Letterwinners Lost ..................................... 6 Head Coach ......................... Bruce Marshall Record/Years ......................294-309-57/10 Career Record ..................................... same Office Phone ........................ 860-486-3072 Assistant Coaches ..................... Joe Dumais ............................ Brett Soucy, Brad Sullivan Captains ............................ Michael Cappola Alt. Captains .. Jason Krispel, Andrew Olson Arena ................................ Freitas Ice Forum Capacity .............................................. 2,000 Press Box Phone ..................860-486-6745 ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Website .........................UConnHuskies.com Associate Director ................... Mike Enright Hockey Contact .......................Betsy Devine Office .................................... 860-486-1498 Cellular ................................. 508-223-6667 E-Mail ............ elizabeth.devine@uconn.edu

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS Name (Yr.) .................................. G-A-PTS Michael Coppola (Sr.) .......................4-5-9 Brendan Olinyk (Sr.) .........................2-0-2 Justin Hernandez (Jr.) ................... 8-5-13 Jason Krispel (Jr.) ........................3-25-28 Steve Bergin (Jr.) ........................... 3-9-12

TOP RETURNING GOALTENDER Name (Yr.) .....................W-L-T/GAA/SV% Brad McInnis (Jr.) ......... 1-3-0/3.81/.881

INSIDE ARMY-CONNECTICUT Series began: 1968-69 Army leads series, 25-19-7 at West Point, N.Y., Army leads 15-7-6 in AHA games, Army leads 10-9-2 Current Streak: UConn won two Most Army goals: 12 (12-0, 2/15/71 at West Point) Army shutouts: 5 (last 2/2/08 at West Point, N.Y., Josh Kassel, 6-0) 2009-10 Schedule OCTOBER 16 .........at Ferris State ................................. 7:00 17 .........at Ferris State ................................. 5:00 23 ........at Bentley* ..................................... 7:05 25 .........at Merrimack ................................. 4:00 30 .........at RIT* ............................................ 7:05 31 .........at RIT* ............................................ 7:05 NOVEMBER 6 .......... AIC* ............................................... 7:05 7 .......... AIC* ............................................... 7:05 14 .........at Canisius*.................................... 3:00 15 .........at Canisius* ................................... 3:00 20 ........ AIR FORCE* .................................. 7:05 21 ........ AIR FORCE* .................................. 7:05 24 .........at Holy Cross* ................................ 7:05 28 .........at Brown ......................................... 7:00 DECEMBER 4 ...........at Mercyhurst* ............................... 7:05 5 ...........at Mercyhurst* ............................... 7:05 29 ........ BENTLEY# ..................................... 7:15 30 ........ UNION/UMASS# ............................TBD JANUARY 8 ...........at Air Force* ................................... 8:00 9 ...........at Air Force* ................................... 7:05 15 ........ RIT* ............................................... 7:05 16 ........ RIT* .............................................. 7:05 22 ........ at Army*........................................ 7:05 23 ........ at Army*........................................ 7:05 25 .........at Princeton .................................... 7:05 29 ........ SACRED HEART* ......................... 7:05 30 ........ SACRED HEART* .......................... 7:35 FEBRUARY 5 .......... CANISIUS* .................................... 7:05 6 .......... CANISIUS* .................................... 7:05 9 ...........at Holy Cross* ................................ 7:05 19 ........ BENTLEY* ..................................... 7:05 20 .........at Bentley* .................................... 7:05 26 ........ MERCYHURST* ............................ 7:05 27 ........ MERCYHURST* ............................ 7:05 *Atlantic Hockey Association game #Toyota UConn Classic HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS

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2008-09 RESULTS O10 ..... at Alaska-Anchorage&...........L, 2-6 O11 ..... vs. Alaska-Fairbanks& ...........L, 0-5 O24...... ARMY*...................................W, 4-3 O25 ..... ARMY*...................................W, 6-3 O31...... at Union ...................................L 2-3 N1........ at Quinnipiac..........................L, 1-4 N7........ at Bentley*.............................L, 0-1 N11 ..... YALE........................................L, 1-2 N15 ..... at Canisius* ...........................L, 0-6 N16 ..... at Canisius* ................... L, 2-3 (OT) N21 ..... RIT* .......................................W, 2-1 N22 ..... RIT* ........................................L, 4-5 N29 ..... at Brown ................................W, 4-1 D2........ at Sacred Heart* ...................L, 3-5 D5........ at Massachusetts ..................L, 1-5 D29 ..... AIR FORCE*%................. T, 2-2 (OT) D30 ..... vs. Merrimack ........................L, 2-5 J3 ......... AIR FORCE* ...........................L, 3-4 J6 ......... at Sacred Heart* ...................L, 1-6 J9 ......... at RIT* ....................................L, 3-5 J10 ...... at RIT* ....................................L, 4-7 J14 ...... BENTLEY* ..................... W, 2-1 (OT) J23 ...... at Mercyhurst* ......................L, 2-7 J24....... at Mercyhurst* ......................L, 0-6 J27....... at American Int’l* .................W, 3-1 J30 ...... HOLY CROSS* ........................L, 3-5 J31....... HOLY CROSS* ........................L, 1-4 F6 ........ at Air Force* ..........................L, 2-3 F7 ........ at Air Force* ..........................L, 1-4 F13 ...... MERCYHURST*......................L, 3-6 F14 ...... MERCYHURST*......................L, 4-7 F17 ...... at American Int’l* .................W, 6-2 F20 ...... CANISIUS* ..................... L, 3-4 (OT) F21 ...... CANISIUS* .................... W, 4-3 (OT) F27 ...... BENTLEY* .............................W, 4-1 F28 ...... at Bentley*..................... T, 2-2 (OT) M7 ....... at Sacred Heart# ...................L, 2-4 &Kendall Hockey Classic, Anchorage, Alaska %Toyota/UConn Classic, Storrs, Conn. #Atlantic Hockey first round

Holy Cross Crusaders • Friday, Feb. 5, 2010, Hart Center, Worcester, Mass., 7:05 • Saturday, Feb. 6, 2010, Hart Center, Worcester, Mass., 7:05

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ............................Worcester, Mass. Founded ............................................... 1843 Enrollment .......................................... 2,866 President .............. Rev. Michael McFarland Athletic Director ....................Richard Regan Colors ........................................Royal Purple Nickname..................................... Crusaders

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Website ..............................goholycross.com Director ....................................Charles Bare Hockey Contact .......................... Jim Wrobel Office .................................... 508-793-2583 Cullular ................................. 508-208-3831 E-Mail ...................... jwrobel@holycross.edu

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS Name (Yr.) .................................. G-A-PTS Jordan Cyr (Jr.) ...........................19-13-32 Evertt Sheen (Jr.) .......................11-14-25 Matt Celin (Jr.) ............................... 5-7-12 Brodie Sheahan (Sr.) .................12-19-31

TOP RETURNING GOALTENDER Name (Yr.) ....................W-L-T/GAA/SV% Ian Dams (Sr.) ............... 7-7-1/3.16/.897

Series began: 1956-57 Army leads series, 27-19-8 at Worcester, Mass., HC leads 13-8-0 in AHA games, HC leads 10-4-6 Most Army Goals: 13 (12/15/56 at West Point, N.Y., 13-3, first meeting) Army shutouts: 3 (last 2/8/08 at West Point, N.Y., Josh Kassel, 2-0) 2009-10 Schedule OCTOBER 10 ......... at Providence .............................. 7:00 16 .........at Merrimack ................................. 7:00 24 .........at Canisius* ................................... 4:05 25 .........at Canisius* ................................... 4:05 30 .........at AIC* ........................................... 7:05 31 .........AIC* ................................................. 7:05 NOVEMBER 6 ...........at Sacred Heart* ........................... 7:05 7 ...........SACRED HEART* ............................ 7:05 13 .........AIR FORCE* .................................... 7:05 14 .........AIR FORCE* .................................... 7:05 20 .........at Mercyhurst* ............................... 7:05 21 .........at Mercyhurst* .............................. 4:05 24 .........CONNECTICUT* .............................. 7:05 28 .........YALE ................................................ 3:00 DECEMBER 4 ...........RIT* ................................................. 7:05 5 ...........RIT * ............................................... 7:05 10 .........QUINNIPIAC ..................................... 7:05 JANUARY 2 ...........vs. UMass Lowell@ ......................... 4:00 3 ...........vs. TBA@ ...........................................TBA 8 ...........at RIT* ........................................... 7:00 9 ...........at RIT* ............................................ 7:00 15 .........AIC* ................................................. 7:05 16 ........at AIC* ............................................ 7:05 22 ........at Air Force* ................................... 7:05 23 ........at Air Force* ................................... 7:05 FEBRUARY 5 ...........ARMY* ............................................ 7:05 6 ...........ARMY* ............................................ 7:05 9 ...........CONNECTICUT* .............................. 7:05 12 ........at Bentley* ..................................... 7:05 13 .........BENTLEY* ....................................... 7:05 19 .........at Sacred Heart*............................ 7:05 20 .........SACRED HEART* ............................ 7:05 26 .........BENTLEY* ....................................... 7:05 27 .........at Bentley* ..................................... 7:05 *Atlantic Hockey Association game @ Ledyard National Bank Classic, Hanover, N.H. HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS

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2008-09 RESULTS O17...... CANISIUS* ..................... T, 1-1 (OT) O18 ..... CANISIUS* ............................W, 5-4 O25 ..... PROVIDENCE..........................L, 4-6 O31...... at RIT* ....................................L, 1-5 N1........ at RIT* ....................................L, 2-5 N7........ MERCYHURST*.............. L, 3-4 (OT) N8........ MERCYHURST*............. W, 4-3 (OT) N14 ..... AIR FORCE* ................... L, 0-1 (OT) N15 ..... AIR FORCE ..............................L, 1-5 N21 ..... at American Int’l* ..................L, 1-5 N22 ..... AMERICAN INT’L* .................W, 3-0 N25 ..... at Boston................................L, 2-3 N29 ..... at Sacred Heart* ................. W, 4-2 N30 ..... SACRED HEART* ...................L, 2-3 D5........ at Bentley*.............................L, 1-4 D6........ BENTLEY ...............................W, 3-2 D11 ..... at New Hampshire .................L, 4-9 J2 ......... at Denver! ...................... T, 2-2 (OT) J3 ......... vs. RPI! ..................................W, 4-3 J9 ......... AMERICAN INT’L ...................W, 5-1 J10 ...... at American Int;l ...................W, 5-1 J16 ...... at Army* ......................... T, 3-3 (OT) J17....... at Army* ......................... T, 4-4 (OT) J21 ...... DARTMOUTH .................. T, 2-2 (OT) J30 ...... at Connecticut* ....................W, 5-3 J31....... at Connecticut* ....................W, 4-1 F6 ........ BENTLEY* ..............................L, 1-4 F7 ........ at Bentley*.............................L, 1-4 F13 ...... RIT* ........................................L, 0-6 F14 ...... RIT* ........................................L, 1-3 F20 ...... at Air Force* ..........................L, 3-4 F21 ...... at Air Force* ..........................L, 2-3 F27 ...... SACRED HEART* ..................W, 5-2 F28 ...... at Sacred Heart* ........... L, 3-4 (OT) M7 ....... AIC# ............................... W, 1-9 (OT) M13..... at RIT@ ..................................W, 5-3 M14 ..... at RIT@ ...................................L, 4-6 M15 ..... at RIT@ ...................................L, 5-9 *Atlantic Hockey Association game ! Denver Cup, Denver, Colo. #AHA First round @AHA Quarterfinal series

2009-10 OPPONENTS

HOCKEY INFORMATION Conference ..........................Atlantic Hockey 2008-09 Record..............................13-20-5 Conference Record ......................... 10-15-3 Conference Finish ...................................7th Letterwinners Returning ..........................22 Letterwinners Lost ..................................... 4 Head Coach ..................................Paul Pearl Record/Years ......................214-207-48/15 Career Record ..................................... same Office Phone ........................ 508-793-2326 Assistant Coaches ............... Brian Akashian ............................ Jason Smith, Rob Godfrey Co-Captains ... Ryan Driscoll, Everett Sheen Arena .......................................... Hart Center Capacity .............................................. 1,600 Press Box Phone ................. 508-793-3978

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Mercyhurst Lakers • Saturday, Oct. 24, 2009, Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y., 7:05 p.m. • Sunday, Oct. 25, 2009, Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y., 2:05 p.m. • Friday, Feb. 19, 2010, Mercyhurst Ice Center, Erie, Pa., 8:05 • Saturday, Feb. 26, 2010, Mercyhurst Ice Center, Erie, Pa., 7:05

2009-10 OPPONENTS

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ...........................................Erie, Pa. Founded ............................................... 1926 Enrollment .......................................... 4,005 President ..................... Dr. Thomas Gamble Athletic Director ......................... Joe KImball Colors ............................. Green, Blue, White Nickname........................................... Lakers HOCKEY INFORMATION Conference ..........................Atlantic Hockey 2008-09 Record..............................22-15-3 Conference Record ........................... 17-8-3 Conference Finish ...................................3rd Letterwinners Returning .......................... 21 Letterwinners Lost ..................................... 5 Head Coach ............................... Rick Gotkin Record/Years ..................... 384-252-49/21 Career Record ..................................... same Office Phone .........................814-824-2542 Assistant Coaches ................ Bobby Ferraris .................................Brian Burke, Bill Wager Captain.................................................... TBA Arena .........................Mercyhurst Ice Center Capacity .............................................. 1,300 Press Box Phone ..................814-824-2167 ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Website .......................... hurstathletics.com Hockey Contact ..................... Erik Kaminski Office .....................................814-824-3338 Home.....................................412-302-1278 E-Mail ............ekaminski@hmercyhurst.edu

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS Name (Yr.) .................................. G-A-PTS Steve Cameron (Jr.) .................. 22-28-50 Scott Pitt (Jr.) .............................15-30-45 Phil Ginand (So.) .......................15-19-34 Mike Gurtler (Jr.) ........................11-14-25 Brandon Coccimiglio (Jr.) ............9-13-22

TOP RETURNING GOALTENDER Name (Yr.) .....................W-L-T/GAA/SV% Ryan Zapolski (Jr.) ..... 18-5-3/2.22/.934

INSIDE ARMY-MERCYHURST Series began: 2000-01 Mercyhurst leads series, 21-9-0 at West Point, N.Y., Army leads 8-5-0 at Erie, Pa., Mercyhurst leads 15-1-0 in AHA games, Mercyhurst leads 12-7-0 Current Streak: Mercyhurst won 2 Army Shutouts: 1 (5-0, 1/6/06 at West Point, N.Y.) 2009-10 Schedule OCTOBER 9 ...........at Alaska-Anchorage ....................12:04 10 .........at Alaska-Fairbanks .....................12:07 16 .........at Western Michigan ...................... 7:35 17 .........at Western Michigan ...................... 8:00 24 ........ at Army*........................................ 7:05 25 ........ at Army*........................................ 2:05 30 .........at Bentley* .................................... 7:05 31 .........at Bentley* ..................................... 7:05 NOVEMBER 6 ...........at Canisius*.................................... 7:05 7 ...........at Canisius*.................................... 7:05 13 ........ RIT* ............................................... 7:05 14 ........ RIT* ............................................... 7:05 20 ........ HOLY CROSS* ............................... 7:05 21 ........ HOLY CROSS* ............................... 4:05 27 .........at AIC* ............................................ 7:05 28 .........at AIC* ............................................ 7:05 DECEMBER 4 .......... CONNECTICUT* ............................ 7:05 5 .......... CONNECTICUT* ............................ 7:05 11 .........at Air Force...................................... 7:05 12 .........at Air Force...................................... 7:05 JANUARY 2 ...........vs. Minnesota-Duluth# .................. 4:00 3 ...........vs. Ala-Huntsville/Vermont# ............TBA 8 .......... AIC* ............................................... 7:05 9 .......... AIC* ............................................... 7:05 15 .........at Sacred Heart*............................ 7:05 16 .........at Sacred Heart*............................ 7:05 22 ........ BENTLEY* ..................................... 7:05 23 ........ BENTLEY* ..................................... 7:05 FEBRUARY 5 ...........at Denver .........................................7:37 6 ...........at Colorado ......................................7:07 12 ........ at Canisius* .................................. 7:05 13 ........ at Canisius* .................................. 7:05 19 ........ ARMY* .......................................... 8:05 20 ........ ARMY* .......................................... 7:05 26 .........at Connecticut* .............................. 7:05 27 .........at Connecticut* .............................. 7:05 *Atlantic Hockey Association game #Sheraton/TD Banknorth Catamount Cup HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS

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2008-09 RESULTS O10 ..... at St. Cloud State ................. L, 2-7 O11 ..... at St. Cloud State ................. L, 3-7 O17...... at Alaska Fairbanks .............. L, 0-5 O18 ..... vs. Alaska Anchorage ........... L, 4-6 O24...... at Nebraska-Omaha ............. L, 1-3 O25 ..... at Nebraska-Omaha ............. L, 2-5 N7........ at Holy Cross* ..............W, 4-3 (OT) N8........ at Holy Cross* ................L,3-4 (OT) N14 ..... BENTLEY* ............................. L, 2-5 N15 ..... BENTLEY* ...................... T, 1-1 (OT) N21 ..... ARMY*.................................. W, 6-2 N22 ..... ARMY*.................................. W, 6-3 N28 ..... at RPI# ................................. W, 4-1 N29 ..... vs. Princeton# ...................... W, 6-4 D5........ at American Int’l* ................ W, 6-3 D6........ at American Intl* .............. W, 11-1 D12 ..... at RIT* ................................... L, 2-6 D13 ..... at RIT* ................................... L, 3-5 D19 ..... CANISIUS* .................................... T D20 ..... at Canisius* .................. T, 2-2 (OT) J9 ......... at Army* ................................ L, 1-2 J10 ...... at Army* ................................ L, 3-4 J16 ...... SACRED HEART* ................. W, 2-1 J17....... SACRED HEART* ................. W, 7-0 J23 ...... CONNECTICUT* ................... W, 6-0 J24....... CONNECTICUT* ................... W, 6-0 J30 ...... AIR FORCE* ................... T, 4-4 (OT) J31....... AIR FORCE* ..................W, 3-2 (OT) F3 ........ CANISIUS* .....................L, 2-3 (OT) F6 ........ AMERICAN INT’L* ................ W, 2-0 F7 ........ AMERICAN INT’L* ................ W, 6-2 F13 ...... at Connecticut* ................... W, 6-3 F14 ...... at Connecticut* ................... W, 7-4 F20 ...... at Bentley*........................... W, 6-4 F21 ...... at Bentley*............................ L, 1-3 F27 ...... at Canisius* ......................... W, 4-1 F28 ...... CANISIUS* ...................... W, 4-3 OT M13..... ARMY@ ................................. W, 6-2 M14 ..... ARMY@ ................................. W, 5-0 M20..... vs. RIT@ .........................W, 5-4 (OT) M21 ..... vs. Air Force@........................ L, 0-2 *Atlantic Hockey Association game !Brice Alaska Gold Rush #RPI Holiday Tournament, Troy, N.Y. @AHA playoffs

RIT Tigers • Friday, Nov. 6, 2009, Ritter Memorial Arena, Rochester, N.Y., 7:05 • Saturday, Nov. 7, 2009, Ritter Memorial Arena, Rochester, N.Y., 7:05 • Friday, Feb. 12, 2010, Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y., 7:05 p.m. • Saturday, Feb. 13, 2010, Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y., 7:05 p.m. GENERAL INFORMATION Location ............................... Rochester, N.Y. Founded ............................................... 1829 Enrollment ........................................ 16,450 President ...............................Dr. Bill Destler Athletic Director ...........................Lou Spiotti Colors ....................................Orange, Brown Nickname............................................ Tigers

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Website ................................ritathletics.com Co-Director .......................... Stephen Jaynes Office .....................................585-475-6154 Cellular ................................. 585-755-0756 E-Mail ..................................... skjsid@rit.edu Co-Director ................................. Joe Venniro Office .................................... 585-475-5598 Cellular ................................. 585-739-3939 E-Mail ......................................jtvsid@rit.edu

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS Name (Yr.) .................................. G-A-PTS Tyler Brenner (So.).....................14-21-35 Dan RIngwalkd (Sr.)..................... 3-31-34 Andrew Favot (So.) ....................10-21-31 Cameron Burt (So.) ...................13-17-30 Stevan Matic (Sr.) ........................ 6-10-16

TOP RETURNING GOALTENDER Name (Yr.) ....................W-L-T/GAA/SV% Jared DeMichiel (Sr.) . 13-6-0/2.70/.905

Series began: 2006-07 RIT leads series, 3-2-3 at West Point, N.Y., RIT leads, 2-1-1 at Rochester, N.Y., tied 1-1-2 in AHA games, RIT leads 3-2-3 Army shutouts: 0 2009-10 Schedule OCTOBER 10 ........ COLGATE ....................................... 7:05 16 .........at St. Lawrence............................... 7:00 17 .........at Clarkson ..................................... 7:30 23 .........at Air Force* ................................... 7:05 24 .........at Air Force* ................................... 7:05 30 ........ CONNECTICUT .............................. 7:05 31 ........ CONNECTICUT* ............................ 7:05 OCTOBER 6 .......... ARMY* .......................................... 7:05 7 .......... ARMY* .......................................... 7:05 13 .........at Mercyhurst* ............................... 7:05 14 .........at Mercyhurst* ............................... 7:05 20 ........ SACRED HEART* .......................... 7:05 21 ........ SACRED HEART* .......................... 4:05 DECEMBER 4 ...........at Holy Cross* ................................ 7:05 5 ...........at Holy Cross* ................................ 7:05 12 ........ NIAGARA ....................................... 7:05 JANUARY 1 ...........at Minnesota State..........................7:37 2 ...........at Minnesota State..........................7:07 8 .......... HOLY CROSS* ............................... 7:05 9 .......... HOLY CROSS* ............................... 7:05 15 .........at Connecticut* .............................. 7:05 16 .........at Connecticut* .............................. 7:05 22 .........at AIC* ............................................ 7:05 23 .........at AIC* ............................................ 7:05 29 ........ BENTLEY* ..................................... 7:05 30 ........ BENTLEY* ..................................... 7:05 FEBRUARY 5 ...........at Sacred Heart*............................ 7:05 6 ...........at Sacred Heart*............................ 7:05 12 ........ at Army*........................................ 7:05 13 ........ at Army*........................................ 7:05 19 ........ AIR FORCE* .................................. 7:05 20 ........ AIR FORCE* .................................. 7:05 26 ........ CANISIUS* .................................... 7:05 27 ........ CANISIUS* .................................... 7:05 *Atlantic Hockey Association game HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS

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2008-09 RESULTS O10 ..... at Bowling Green ................... L, 2-4 O11 ..... at Western Michigan ............ W, 2-1 O17...... CLARKSON ............................. L, 4-6 O18 ..... ST. LAWRENCE! ...................... L, 1-2 O24...... at Sacred Heart* ............T, 3-3 (OT) O25 ..... at Sacred Heart* ................... L, 2-4 O31...... HOLY CROSS* ....................... W, 5-1 N1........ HOLY CROSS* ....................... W, 5-2 N7........ at Niagara .............................. L, 2-6 N14 .....ARMY*.................................. L, 3-5 N15 .....ARMY*................................. W, 6-3 N21 ..... at Connecticut* ..................... L, 1-2 N22 ..... at Connecticut* .................... W, 5-4 N29 ..... at UMass-Lowell .................... L, 3-6 D5........ at Air Force* .......................... L, 0-2 D6........ at Air Force* ................. W, 3-2 (OT) D12 ..... MERCYHURST*..................... W, 6-2 D13 ..... MERCYHURST*..................... W, 5-2 J2 ......... at Bentley*............................ W, 3-2 J3 ......... at Bentley*............................ W, 4-2 J9 ......... CONNECTICUT* .................... W, 5-3 J10 ...... CONNECTICUT* .................... W, 7-4 J16 ...... AMERICAN INT’L* ................. W, 5-3 J17....... AMERICAN INT’L* ................. W, 6-1 J22 ...... at Canisius* .......................... W, 5-2 J25 ...... at Canisius* .......................... W, 4-3 F6 ........ SACRED HEART* ................... L, 4-6 F7 ........ SACRED HEART* .................. W, 5-3 F13 ...... at Holy Cross* ...................... W, 6-0 F14 ...... at Holy Cross* ...................... W, 3-1 F20 ......at Army* .............................. W, 3-2 F21 ......at Army* ........................ T, 1-1 (OT) F27 ...... AIR FORCE* .......................... W, 6-4 F28 ...... AIR FORCE* ........................... L, 1-3 M13..... HOLY CROSS# ........................ L, 3-5 M14 ..... HOLY CROSS# ....................... W, 6-4 M15 ..... HOLY CROSS# ....................... W, 9-5 M20..... vs. Mercyhurst# ..............L, 4-5 (OT) !at Blue Cross Arena, Rochester, N.Y. *Atlantic Hockey Association game #AHA playoff games

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HOCKEY INFORMATION Conference ..........................Atlantic Hockey 2008-09 Record..............................23-13-2 Conference Record ........................... 20-6-2 Conference Finish ................................. T1st Letterwinners Returning ..........................19 Letterwinners Lost ..................................... 7 Head Coach ........................... Wayne Wilson Record/Years ........................ 188-91-24/10 Career Record ..................................... same Office Phone ........................ 585-475-2223 Associate Head Coach ................ Brian Hills Assistant Coach..................... Dave Insalaco Captains ..........Dan Ringwald, Stevan Matic Alternate Captains.................. Andrew Favot ................................................. Sean Murphy Arena .............. Frank Ritter Memorial Arena Capacity .............................................. 2,100 Press Box Phone ..................585-475-5537

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GENERAL INFORMATION Location ............................... Fairfield, Conn. Founded ............................................... 1963 Enrollment .......................................... 3,400 President .....................Dr. Anthony Cernera Athletic Director ...................C. Donald Cook Colors .......................................... Red, White Nickname........................................Pioneers HOCKEY INFORMATION Conference ..........................Atlantic Hockey 2008-09 Record..............................11-23-4 Conference Record ........................... 9-16-3 Conference Finish ...................................8th Letterwinners Returning ..........................20 Letterwinners Lost ..................................... 6 Head Coach ............................C.J. Marottolo Record/Years .................................First Year Career Record ..................................... same Office Phone .........................203-876-2480 Assistant Coaches ......................Lou Santini ...................................................... Dan Muse Captains .................................................. TBA Arena ..............................Milford Ice Pavilion Capacity .............................................. 1,000 Press Box Phone ................. 203-913-4898 ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Website ............. SacredHeartPioneers.com Assistant AD ............................Gene Gumbs Hockey Contact ........................Shaun Ihasz Office .................................... 203-365-4464 Cellular ................................. 203-305-0705 E-Mail ................... ihaszs@sacredheart.edu

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS Name (Yr.) .................................. G-A-PTS Dave Jarman (Sr.) ......................11-28-39 Erik Boisvert (Sr.).......................15-14-29 Matt Gingera (So.) .....................12-11-23 Corey Laurysen (Sr.) ...................... 4-7-11

TOP RETURNING GOALTENDER Name (Yr.) .....................W-L-T/GAA/SV% Olivier St. Onge (Jr.) ...... 2-4-0/4.14/.880

INSIDE ARMY-SACRED HEART Series began: 1995-96 Sacred Heart leads series, 18-16-3 at West Point, N.Y., Army leads 11-7-1 at Milford, Conn., SH leads 11-5-2 in AHA games, SH leads 10-9-3 Army shutouts: 2 (last 2/23/06 at West Point, 4-0) 2009-10 Schedule OCTOBER 23 .........at Rensselaer ................................. 7:00 24 .........at Union ......................................... 7:00 27 .........AIC* ................................................. 7:05 30 .........at St. Lawrence............................... 7:30 31 .........at St. Lawrence .............................. 7:00 NOVEMBER 6 .......... HOLY CROSS* ............................... 7:05 7 ...........at Holy Cross* ................................ 7:05 13 .........at Bentley* ..................................... 7:05 14 .........at Bentley* ..................................... 7:05 20 .........at RIT* ............................................ 7:05 21 ........at RIT* ............................................ 4:05 24 .........at Yale ............................................. 7:00 DECEMBER 4 ...........at Army*.......................................... 7:05 5 ...........at Army*.......................................... 7:05 13 .........at Dartmouth .................................. 4:00 JANUARY 2 .......... AIR FORCE* .................................. 7:05 3 .......... AIR FORCE* .................................. 7:05 8 .......... ARMY* .......................................... 7:05 9 .......... ARMY* .......................................... 7:05 15 ........ MERCYHURST* ............................ 7:05 16 ........ MERCYHURST* ............................ 7:05 22 ........ CANISIUS* .................................... 7:05 23 ........ CANISIUS* .................................... 7:05 26 .........at AIC* ............................................ 7:05 29 ........at Connecticut* .............................. 7:05 30 .........at Connecticut* .............................. 7:35 FEBRUARY 5 .......... RIT* ............................................... 7:05 6 .......... RIT* ............................................... 7:05 12 .........at AIC* ............................................ 7:05 13 ........ AIC* ............................................... 7:05 19 ........ HOLY CROSS* ............................... 7:05 20 .........at Holy Cross* ................................ 7:05 26 .........at Air Force* ................................... 7:05 27 .........at Air Force* ................................... 7:05 *Atlantic Hockey Association game HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS

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2008-09 RESULTS O10 ..... AIR FORCE* ...........................L, 1-4 O11 ..... AIR FORCE* ................... L, 3-4 (OT) O17...... at Notre Dame .......................L, 0-3 O18 ..... at Notre Dame .......................L, 0-7 O24...... RIT* ................................ T, 3-3 (OT) O25 ..... RIT* .......................................W, 4-2 O31......at Army* ............................... L, 3-6 N1 ........ARMY*.............................T, 3-3 OT N14 ..... at American Int’l* .......... L, 4-5 (OT) N15 ..... AMERICAN INT’L* .................W, 4-0 N21 ..... at Air Force* ..........................L, 1-8 N22 ..... at Air Force* ..........................L, 1-7 N29 ..... HOLY CROSS* ........................L, 2-4 N30 ..... at Holy Cross* ......................W, 3-2 D2........ CONNECTICUT* ....................W, 5-3 D19 ..... at Colorado .................... T, 2-2 (OT) D20 ..... at Colorado ............................L, 0-7 J2 ......... NIAGARA .................................L, 0-2 J3 ......... NIAGARA .................................L, 2-4 J6 ......... CONNECTICUT* ....................W, 6-1 J16 ...... at Mercyhurst* ......................L, 1-2 J17....... at Mercyhurst* ......................L, 0-7 J23 ...... BENTLEY* ....................... W, 6-5 OT J24....... BENTLEY* ..............................L, 3-4 J30 ...... at Canisius* ................... T, 3-3 (OT) J31....... at Canisius* ...........................L, 1-5 F6 ........ at RIT* ...................................W, 6-4 F7 ........ at RIT* ....................................L, 3-5 F13 ...... ARMY*....................................L, 3-4 F14 ...... at Army* .................................L, 1-3 F20 ...... AMERICAN INT’L* .................W, 6-3 F21 ...... at American Int’l* ..................L, 1-2 F27 ...... at Holy Cross* .......................L, 2-5 F28 ...... HOLY CROSS* ............... W, 4-3 (OT) M7 ....... CONNECTICUT# ....................W, 4-2 M13..... at Air Force# ..........................L, 3-4 M14 ..... at Air Force# .........................W, 4-1 M15 ..... at Air Force# .........................L, 108 *Atlantic Hockey Association game #AHA playoff games

Massachusetts-Lowell Riverhawks October 10, 2009 Mutual of Omaha Icebreaker Tournament INSIDE ARMY-UMASS-LOWELL

University of NebraskaOmaha Mavericks October 9, 2009 Mutual of Omaha Icebreaker Tournament

Series began: 1973 UML leads series, 18-6-0 at neutral site, UML, 2-0-O Last Meeting: UML, 4-0, 11-24-01 HOCKEY INFORMATION Conference ............................... Hockey East 2008-09 Record.............................. 20-16-2

INSIDE ARMY-UNO Series began: 1997 Army leads series, 4-1-0 at Omaha, Neb., Army 2-1-0 Last Meeting: UNO, 3-2, 10-14-05 GENERAL INFORMATION Location ...................................Omaha, Neb. Founded ............................................... 1908 Enrollment ........................................ 14,200 Chancellor...................Dr. John Christensen Athletic Director .........................Trev Alberts Colors .............................Crimson and Black HOCKEY INFORMATION Conference .......................................... CCHA 2008-09 Record.............................. 15-17-8 Conference Record ........................... 8-13-7 Conference Finish ...................................8th Letterwinners Returning ..........................19 Letterwinners Lost ..................................... 4 Head Coach ................................ Dean Blais Record/Years ............................. first season Career Record ....................262-115-33/10 Office Phone ........................ 402-554-4054 Associate Head Coach ..........Mike Hastings Assistant Coach..............................Nick Foh Arena .......................... Qwest Center Omaha Capacity ............................................ 16,000

Conference Finish ...................................5th Letterwinners Returning ..........................25 Letterwinners Lost ..................................... 7 Head Coach .................... Blaise MacDonald Years ........................................................... 8 Assistant Coach............. Shawn McEachern Assistant Coach.........................Jerry Forton

St. Lawrence Saints October 10, 2009 Mutual of Omaha Icebreaker Tournament INSIDE ARMY-ST. LAWRENCE Series began: 1948 STL leads series, 19-2-1 at neutral site, first meeting Last Meeting: STL, 7-1, 2-15-91 HOCKEY INFORMATION Conference ...........................................ECAC 2008-09 Record.............................. 21-12-5 Conference Record ........................... 11-7-4 Conference Finish ...................................4th Letterwinners Returning ........................ n/a

INSIDE ARMY-MERRIMACK Series began: 1959 Merrimack leads series, 18-15-1 at North Andover, Merrimack, 9-0-0 Last Meeting: Merrimack, 1-0, 10-18-08 GENERAL INFORMATION Location .....................North Andover, Mass. Founded ............................................... 1947 Enrollment .......................................... 2,150 President ................Dr. Ronald Champagne Athletic Director .................. Glenn Hofmann Colors ........................................... Blue, Gold Nickname........................................ Warriors HOCKEY INFORMATION Conference ............................... Hockey East 2008-09 Record................................ 9-21-1 Conference Record ........................... 5-19-3 Conference Finish ...................................9th Letterwinners Returning ..........................22 Letterwinners Lost ..................................... 7 Head Coach .......................... Mark Dennehy Record/Years ............................ 30-89-16/4 Career Record ..................................... same Office Phone .........................978-837-5341 Assistant Coach............................... Phil Roy Assistant Coach.....................Glenn Stewart Arena ..........................J. Thom Lawler Arena Capacity .............................................. 3,000 Press Box Phone ..................978-837-5079

Letterwinners Lost ................................. n/a ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Website ...................................... omavs.com Director ......................................Dave Ahlers Office .................................... 402-554-3387 E-Mail ..................... dahlers@unomaha.edu

Head Coach ................................. Joe Marsh Years .........................................................25 Associate Head Coach .................. Bob Prier Assistant Coach.......................Mike Hurlbut

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ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Website .................merrimackathletics.com Director ....................................... Brad Davis Office .................................... 978-886-8968 E-Mail ..................... davisb@merrimack.edu

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RPI Engineers October 31, 2009 Houston Field House Troy, N.Y. 7:05 INSIDE ARMY-RPI Series began: 1906 RPI leads series, 29-15-2 at Troy, N.Y., RPI leads 14-2-1 Last Meeting: RPI, 3-1, 10-19-07

Union Dutchmen Jan. 2, 2010 Tate Rink West Point, N.Y., 7:05 INSIDE ARMY-UNION Series began: 1924 Army leads series, 16-13-2 at West Point, N.Y., Army leads 12-6-1 Last Meeting: Union, 5-4, 11-28-08

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ................................. Hamilton, N.Y. Founded ............................................... 1819 Enrollment .......................................... 2,800 Interim President.......................Lyle Roefels Athletic Director ....................... David Roach Colors .......................... Maroon, White, Gray Nickname..........................................Raiders

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ..........................................Troy, N.Y. Founded ............................................... 1824 Enrollment ...........................................7,517 President ................Dr. Shirley Ann Jackson Athletic Director ...................... Jim Knowlton Colors ...................................... Cherry, White Nickname......................................Engineers

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ...........................Schenectady, N.Y. Founded ............................................... 1795 Enrollment .......................................... 2,200 President ........................ Dr. Stephen Ainlay Athletic Director .................. Jim McLaughlin Colors ..................................... Garnet, White Nickname..................................... Dutchmen

HOCKEY INFORMATION Conference ...........................................ECAC 2008-09 Record..............................12-18-7 Conference Record ........................... 6-11-5 Conference Finish .................................10th Letterwinners Returning ..........................18 Letterwinners Lost ..................................... 7 Head Coach ............................ Don Vaughan Record/Years ......................269-253-59/17 Career Record ..................................... same Office Phone .........................315-228-7572 Assistant Coach.........................Brad Dexter Assistant Coach..................... Jason Lefevre Arena .............................................Starr Rink Capacity .............................................. 2,246

HOCKEY INFORMATION Conference ...........................................ECAC 2008-09 Record.............................. 10-27-2 Conference Record ........................... 6-15-1 Conference Finish .................................11th Letterwinners Returning ..........................22 Letterwinners Lost ..................................... 5 Head Coach ...............................Seth Appert Record/Years .............................31-68-14/3 Career Record ..................................... same Office Phone .........................518-276-2295 Assistant Coach.................Jim Montgomery Arena ...........................Houston Field House Capacity .............................................. 4,800 Press Box Phone .................. 518-276-2661

HOCKEY INFORMATION Conference ...........................................ECAC 2008-09 Record.............................. 19-17-3 Conference Record ........................... 9-11-2 Conference Finish ...................................8th Letterwinners Returning ..........................20 Letterwinners Lost ..................................... 5 Head Coach ............................Nate Leaman Record/Years .......................... 91-105-27/7 Career Record ..................................... same Office Phone .........................518-388-6570 Associate Coach ...................... Rick Bennett Assistant Coach..............................Ben Barr Arena ........................... Frank L. Messa Rink Capacity .............................................. 2,225

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Website ..................... gocolgateraiders.com Director .............................Jeremiah Hergott Hockey Contact ..........................John Gilger Office ............................. 315-228-276-6761 E-Mail ............................jgilger@colgate.edu

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Website ...............................rpiathletics.com Director ................................... Kevin Beattie Office ..................................... 518-276-2187 Cellular ................................. 518-269-2532 E-Mail ................................... beattk@rpi.edu

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ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Website ......................... unionathletics.com Director .................................. Eric McDowell Hockey Contact: ................... Kevin Zalaznik Office .....................................518-388-6377 Cellular ..................................518-727-8328 E-Mail ........................... zalaznik@union.edu

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Corey Averill Pete Dawkins

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2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE The Army hockey team has established itself as one of the nation’s oldest and most respected programs and will continue to build on that tradition in this, its 105th year of intercollegiate hockey. Four seasons ago, the Black Knights became just the 13th school in NCAA history to reach 1,000 victories. That historic win came against service academy rival Air Force on Nov. 11, 2005. Last year, Army qualified for the playoffs for a seventh straight year, coming on the heels of its first outright regular season championship in 2007-08 in which the team won the Atlantic Hockey Association with a 17-8-3 conference mark. Army clinched the #6 seed in the playoffs in 2008-09 and dropped a quarterfinal series to Mercyhurst. The year before, the Black Knights earned the top-seed in the conference tournament and dispatched American International in a first-round series before losing to Mercyhurst in the semifinals. The 2006-07 squad advanced to the title game of the Atlantic Hockey Association Tournament, its best finish since the conference went to a tournament format seven years prior. The Black Knights earned the No. 2 seed for the conference tournament with a 19-12-5 overall mark and a 15-8-5 slate in league games. Army has the third oldest program in the country, along with Princeton, behind Yale (110) and Harvard (107). The Black Knights have won 1,060 games and boast a winning percentage of over .500. Army hockey has produced three players and one coach that have represented the United States in Olympic and other international competitions and also has an individual making a name for himself in the National Hockey League. THE BEGINNING ON “THE PLAIN” From a frozen patch of raw ice on “The Plain” to venerable and perpetually frigid Smith Rink to the cozy confines of present day Tate Rink, Army has certainly carved its own niche in college hockey since the program’s inception in 1904. The first chapter of Army hockey was written in the first decade of the 20th century. Under the direction of coaches Capt. Edward King and Capt. Robert Foy, the program enjoyed immediate success in its early days, winning 17 of its first 19 games and outscoring its foes 85-20. Eight of the first 17 wins came via shutout. King guided the Black Knights to a sturdy 5-1 record in that inaugural season of 1904, including a four-game winning streak to close out the year. Army posted seven or more goals in four of its six outings that season. Under Foy’s direction, with a 3-0 mark in 1905, Army’s win streak reached seven straight as the squad opened 3-0. A loss to St. Paul’s School brought that run to an end. However, Foy’s icemen followed that setback with four more victories.

Jack Riley after being honored as Coach of the Year.

Those early games were held during the winter on “The Plain” in an area flooded with water in late fall so a rink could form by mid-winter. Open-air rinks would serve as the team’s home until construction of Smith Rink was completed in 1931. The first-ever match up between Army and the Royal Military College of Canada, West Point’s counterpart north of the border, was held on the Academy’s open-air patch of ice in 1923. One year later, the Black Knights continued their blossoming series with RMC by taking a historic trip to Kingston, Ontario. That road trip was Army’s first in its hockey history, spanning 138 games and 20-plus seasons. In addition to King and Foy, the hockey program’s early history is replete with the efforts of others, like Talbot Hunter, who helped General Douglas MacArthur coordinate plans in 1922 and 1923 for the Army-RMC series; Ray Marchand, a Canadian native who helped the Black Knights finally beat RMC some 16 games into the series and was behind the Army bench for 20 seasons; and Dave Merhar who authored one of only two 100-point seasons in Academy history. Throughout its history, the West Point hockey program has built a strong reputation as a highly competitive opponent relying on hardnosed, fundamental hockey. However, the successes of Army hockey has not been limited to the ice at West Point as many within the Army “family” have carried the Academy’s Black, Gold and Gray on to greater glory. Long-time head coach Jack Riley is perhaps the greatest example of such accomplishments. He guided the Black Knights to 542 victories dur-

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ing a 36-year coaching career that spanned four decades. When he retired, his 542 career wins trailed only the legendary John MacInnes, who amassed 555 wins at Michigan Tech. Today, his wins total still sits in the all-time Top 10. In 1949, the Academy elevated hockey to major sport status, helping turn the program into one of the Academy’s most successful. But it was not until the arrival of the feisty Irishmen with the surname of Riley that Army’s ice fortunes soared. THE RILEY ERA IMPACT It is doubtful that any family can claim to have the impact on a single college athletics program that the Riley family has had at West Point for the last 59 years. From Jack Riley to his sons Rob and Brian, Army hockey has literally been defined by the family’s collaborative efforts for more than five decades. Hired in 1951 by legendary football coach Earl “Red” Blaik, who was also Army’s athletic director, Jack Riley assumed command of the Army program and turned it into a powerhouse squad featuring rugged, physical defensemen and explosive forwards. Riley boasted a wealth of hockey experience, having captained Dartmouth’s hockey team in 1947. Riley was a member of the United States Olympic Team that participated in the 1948 Games in St. Moritz, Switzerland. He served as player-coach of the 1949 U.S. national team that played in the World Championships in Stockholm, Sweden. Riley scored both goals as the U.S. dealt eventual champ Czechoslovakia a 2-0 loss, its lone defeat of the tournament.

A FATHER AND TWO SONS As expected, there were many changes in the program’s structure during Riley’s tenure. Army bounced from Division I to Division II and back again during the 1970s. The Black Knights entered into conference play in the 1980s, and moved into a brand new home in the fall of 1985. A move to the highly competitive Eastern College Athletic Conference in 1985-86 coincided with the arrival of Jack’s son, Rob, to West Point. However, after five hard-fought campaigns in the ECAC, Army returned to its independent status in 1991-92 and flourished once again. Under Rob’s tutelage, the Black Knights posted back-to-back 20-win seasons as an independent, including a 24-9-1 ledger in 1995-

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96. However, Army again joined the conference ranks, affiliating itself with College Hockey America. The Black Knights would only spend one season in the CHA. In 2000-01, a move to the MAAC was made. That residence was short-lived as well when Army and eight other MAAC schools broke away from the predominantly basketball conference and formed a “hockey-only” conference. The Atlantic Hockey Association was born in July of 2003. Rob carried on the family tradition, picking up the torch when his father passed it off and emerged from his long shadow while leaving his own indelible mark on the West Point hockey program. The boy who grew up watching his father guide the Army hockey fortunes won his 300th career game on Jan. 3, 2004. Together, the Riley’s are the all-time winningest father-son tandem, racking up 848 career wins. In the summer of 2004, Rob Riley stepped down as head coach and turned over the program and the family legacy to his younger brother, Brian. The fourth in a family of five children, Brian won more games (11) in his first season behind the Black Knights’ bench than any other previous mentor. He also accomplished something his father and brother, were unable to – beating RMC on his first try. Brian began to establish his own legacy by earning three consecutive Atlantic Hockey Association “Coach of the Year” certificates. ARMY’S HOCKEY TRADITIONS Though the Riley name may be synonymous with Army hockey, a myriad of players have left their mark along the banks of the Hudson. Each has helped weave the fabric of a program long recognized for its place among the best in college hockey. Such standouts include: LeRoy Bartlett, the captain of Army’s first two teams who returned to coach in 1911 and 1912; Frederic and Joseph

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Tate, two brothers who died during World War II and for whom Tate Rink is named; and Henry “Hal” Beukema, team captain of the 1944 team who died during a training mission near Langley Air Force Base in 1954. The team’s “Most Valuable Player” award bears his name. There have been others as well, including defenseman Ed Hickey; forwards Dave Merhar, Dave Rost, Tom Rost, George Clark, Andy Lundbohm and Dan Hinote; and goalies Brad Roberts, Ron Chisholm, Dan Scioletti, Neil Mieras and Daryl Chamberlain. Merhar and Clark led the nation in scoring as seniors. Merhar posted Academy records with 107 points and 57 goals in his senior year of 1969. Clark, meanwhile, amassed 83 points in 1974-75, while posting 47 goals in his junior and senior campaigns. In 1976-77, Dave Rost surpassed Merhar’s single-season scoring record with 108 points on the strength of 65 assists – one shy of his own school-record of 66 established during the 197475 season. Rost became the second hockey alumni inducted into the Hall of Army Sports in November 2005. Lundbohm, a 1999 graduate and two-time Beukema Award winner, joined the professional hockey ranks. A free-agent signee out of college by the San Jose Sharks, Lundbohm spent two seasons in the American Hockey League with the Sharks’ top farm club before succumbing to a series of knee injuries, which forced his retirement from professional hockey a couple of years ago. Hinote, a former linemate of Lundbohm’s in 1995-96, was selected in the seventh round of the 1996 NHL entry draft by the Colorado Avalanche. The Minnesota native played a large role in the Avalanche’s victory over the New Jersey Devils in the Stanley Cup Finals in 2001. He completed his fifth season in the NHL in 2003-04, helping Colorado to a second-place finish in the Northwest Division and the fourth best record in the Western Conference. Goalie Brad Roberts, who earned the Army Athletic Association Award, the Academy’s top athletic honor, is the latest player to pursue a professional career. He competed for the Youngstown Steelhounds of the Central Hockey League in each of the past two seasons. He compiled a 23-12-4 record in 41 games two years ago and was named the team’s “Rookie of the Year” after finishing third in the CHL with wins. In 2007-08, he played in 13 games with a 6-5-1 mark before continuing his military career. Recently, goalie Josh Kassel became Army’s first Division I All-American with a stellar junior season in goal while earning Atlantic Hockey Association Player of the Year honors following the 2007-08 season. Zach McKelvie was named the Defenseman of the Year that same season and became Army’s first two-time first-team Atlantic Hockey all-star with honors his junior and senior seasons.

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While at Army, Riley garnered NCAA “Coach of the Year” honors in 1957 and 1960. Following his selection in 1960, he was tabbed as head coach of the United States Olympic Team for the 1960 Games at Squaw Valley, Calif. That team became the first American squad ever to beat the mighty Russian dynasty en route to the United States’ first-ever gold medal in hockey. Army goalie Larry Palmer was a reserve on that team and remains the only Army hockey player to participate in the Olympics. Palmer’s trip to Squaw Valley came after a splendid career in which he won 37 games and amassed 1,576 saves, both Academy records when he departed. Ed Crowley (USMA ’46) served as an alternate for the 1948 Olympic team, but did not dress for the games. The Black Knights have had other players compete internationally, most notably Paul DeGironimo, who performed for the 1988 U.S. Olympic Team on its pre-Olympic tour. Throughout his tenure at West Point, Riley continuously carved successful teams from the players he could glean from the Corps of Cadets. Among the finest hockey defensemen ever to pass through Riley’s program was Pete Dawkins, who won college football’s Heisman Trophy in 1958, and was First Captain of the Corps of Cadets. Dawkins graduated with 95 career points, a record for defensemen that has since been broken. After struggling through two dismal seasons at the opening of his tenure, Riley reversed the Army hockey slide by forging an 8-8 record in 1952-53 and a 10-7 showing in 1953-54. Including those initial two campaigns, Riley teams would post winning seasons in 29 of his 36 years behind the bench. The Academy bestowed upon Riley yet another prestigious honor, electing the legendary hockey mentor into the Hall of Army Sports as a member of its inaugural Class of 2004. “I never expected anything like this,” Riley said upon his induction into the Hall of Army Sports Hall of Fame. “It is the biggest thrill in all my years in sports.”

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George Clark (Winnetka, Ill.) The only two-time first team All-East selection in Army hockey history, George Clark ranks third on the Black Knights’ all-time scoring charts (266 points) and first in career goals (153). He holds two other school records as well, having posted 18 career hat tricks and stringing together four consecutive three-goal games during the 1972-73 campaign.

All-East – 1974, 1975 Career Statistics (1971-75) GP G A PTS 108 153 113 266

Tom Garver (West Point, N.Y.) A local product from West Point, N.Y., Tom Garver is the measuring stick by which all modern day Army goalies are judged. Garver entered the Academy in 1973 and started every game that season for the Black Knights. His 75 career victories and 2,858 career saves are both school records. Garver was selected to the second team All-East squad in 1977, the same season that Dave Rost was named first team All-East.

All-East – 1977 Career Statistics (1973-77) GP W-L-T GAA Saves 109 75-30-3 3.76 2,858 Goalie Josh Kassel became Army’s first Division I All-American selection with a phenomenal junior season. The 6-2, 180-pound Kassel earned second-team honors after posting an 18-10-2 record that included five shutouts, a 1.92 goals against average and a .925 save percentage. Kassel beat #20 Air Force by identical 2-1 scores in a pair of games that were nationally televised. Twice, he registered back-to-back shutouts and was named the Atlantic Hockey Association Player of the Year, the first goalie to earn the honor. While the first Division I All-American, Kassel is the fourth Army player to be recognized on a national stage. Forwards George Clark and Dave Rost and goalie Tom Garver were all honored prior to the Black Knights’ Division I affiliation. 2009-10 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 80

Dave Rost (Buffalo, N.Y.) Army’s all-time leading scorer (330 points) and the only Black Knight to reach 300 points and 200 assists in a career. Rost posted nine hat tricks during the 1976-77 season, a campaign that saw him break the school record for points in a single season (108). He was a first team pick in 1977.

All-East – 1977 Career Statistics (1973-77) GP G A PTS 114 104 226 330

JOSH KASSEL, 2007-08 Opponent Min. GA at Bemidji State 58:56 2 RPI 59:17 3 at Connecticut 60:00 1 at Holy Cross 60:00 2 at Holy Cross 58:56 3 at American Int’l 60:00 3 BENTLEY 60:00 2 BENTLEY 58:54 3 at RIT 64:27 2 SACRED HEART 60:00 2 at Sacred Heart 58:07 4 at Connecticut 59:49 4 at Merrimack 15:14 3 CANISIUS 59:50 3 CANISIUS 60:00 1 AIR FORCE 60:00 1 AIR FORCE 59:46 1 CONNECTICUT 60:00 1 CONNECTICUT 59:38 0 HOLY CROSS 59:48 0 HOLY CROSS 65:00 1 AMERICAN INT’L 59:45 0 at American Int’l 60:00 0 at BENTLEY 58:46 2 at BENTLEY 59:59 3 at Sacred Heart 60:00 1 SACRED HEART 59:52 2 AMERICAN INT’L 59:53 0 AMERICAN INT’L 60:00 2 vs Mercyhurst 57:46 4 30 Games 1753:43 56

SavesResult 22 L, 1-2 19 L, 1-3 15 W, 4-1 21 W, 5-2 25 L, 1-3 15 W, 4-3 20 W, 7-2 28 L, 2-3 34 T, 2-2 27 W, 4-2 30 L, 2-4 11 L, 1-4 5 L, 1-4 20 L, 0-3 22 W, 2-1 34 W, 2-1 24 W, 2-1 15 W, 3-1 26 W, 6-0 29 W, 2-0 27 T, 1-1 17 W, 4-0 24 W, 4-0 24 L, 1-2 28 W, 6-3 28 W, 6-1 21 W, 3-2 24 W, 4-0 28 W, 5-2 23 L, 2-4 686 18-10-2

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SPENCER PENROSE AWARD (COACH OF THE YEAR) .......................................................................................Coach ................................................................................. Jack Riley ................................................................................. Jack Riley ATLANTIC HOCKEY ASSOCIATION COACH OF THE YEAR ............................................................................Brian Riley ............................................................................Brian Riley ............................................................................Brian Riley

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NCAA FROZEN FOUR SKILLS CHALLENGE PARTICIPANTS Brad Roberts.................................................................Goalie Luke Flicek .................................................................Forward Zach McKelvie ...................................................Defenseman

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2006

Bryce Hollweg .....................AHA Academic All-Star Team (F) .......................................Atlantic Hockey All Academic team: Aaron Anderson, Chris Colvin, Brady Dolim, Luke Flicek, Bryce Hollweg, Josh Kassel, Ian McDougall, Chase Podsiad, Brad Roberts, Corey Rudd, Will Ryan, Matt Schachman

2007

Bryce Hollweg .. Atlantic Hockey Scholar Athlete of the Year

2007

.......................................Atlantic Hockey All-Academic team: Aaron Anderson, Chris Colvin, Brady Dolim, Luke Flicek, Josh Kassel, Ian McDougall, Zach McKelvie, Chase Podsiad, Ken Rowe, Will Ryan

2008

Bryce Hollweg ......................... CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine .........................................................Second Team All-District

2008

Jay Clark ........................... AHA Academic All-Star Team (G) .......................................Atlantic Hockey All-Academic team: Aaron Anderson, Chris Colvin, Luke Flicek, Bryce Hollweg, Ian McDougall, Josh Kassel, Will Ryan, Zach McKelvie, Ken Rowe, Jay Clark, Matt Hickey, Biff McNally, Eric Sefchik, Joe Spracklen, Mark Tilch

2009

Jay Clark ........................... AHA Academic All-Star Team (G) .......................................Atlantic Hockey All-Academic team: Jay Clark, Pat Copeland, Matt Hickey, Josh Kassel, Kyle Maggard, Will Ryan, Eric Sefchik

2009

Jay Clark ................................ CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine .........................................................Second Team All-District

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ACADEMIC HONORS .......................................Atlantic Hockey All-Academic team: Aaron Anderson, David Andros, Chris Colvin, Luke Flicek, Bryce Hollweg, Ian McDougall, Brad Roberts, Matt Schachman

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ALL-LEAGUE POSTSEASON AWARDS Name ............................................................................. Team Dave Rost ..............................................First Team (All-ECAC) Dave Rost ...................................... ECAC “Player of the Year” Rob Tobin ............................................ECAC All-Rookie Team Scott Schultze ........................Honorable Mention (All-ECAC) Todd Tamburino .....................Honorable Mention (All-ECAC) Chris Casey ........................................ MAAC All-Rookie Team Chris Casey ...........................“Offensive Rookie of the Year” Joe Dudek .......................................Second Team (All-MAAC) Brad Roberts........................................First Team (All-MAAC) Brad Roberts.......................... MAAC “Co-Goalie of the Year” Brad Roberts...................................... MAAC All-Rookie Team Brad Roberts ................................... MAAC “Defensive Rookie of the Year” Chris Garceau ......................... Sportsmanship Award (AHA) Brad Roberts..................................... Second Team (All-AHA) Tim Manthey .................................... Second Team (All-AHA) .......................................................................All-Rookie Team Tim Manthey ..................................... Second Team (All-AHA) Josh Kassell ...................................... Second Team (All-AHA) Luke Flicek .............................................Third Team (All-AHA) Owen Meyer ........................................All-Rookie Team Josh Kassel ...................................... Player of the Year (AHA) .................................................................First Team (All-AHA) ............................Regular Season Goaltending Trophy (AHA) Zach McKelvie ......................Defenseman of the Year (AHA) .................................................................First Team (All-AHA) Luke Flicek ..............................................First Team (All-AHA) Owen Meyer ............................. Second Team (All-AHA) Regular Season Champions ......................................... (AHA) Zach Mckelvie .........................................First Team (All-AHA) Owen Meyer .................................. First team (All-AHA) Marcel Alvarez ....................................... All-Rookie Tea Army.......................................... Team Sportsmanship Award

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Henry “Hal” Beukema (USMA ’44) was the captain of the 1944 Army hockey team and the son of a distinguished department head at the Academy. Following his graduation from West Point, Beukema became an Air Force pilot and served overseas in Berlin as well as in the states at Barksdale AFB in Louisiana. He died in a crash George Clark near Langley AFB in Virginia on Jan. 19, 1954, after achieving the rank of major. The Beukema Award, which was initiated in 1955, is given each year in the memory of Maj. Beukema to the Army hockey team’s most valuable player. Ed Hickey was the first recipient of the Beukema Award. Over Dave Rost the past 51 years, the award has gone to the Army team captain a total of 22 times. From 1982 to 1986, the award went to the Army captain each year. Mike Fairman (USMA ’01) became just the fifth player in Army history to receive the honor twice when he took home the award in 2000 and 2001. He joined the illustriMike Fairman ous company of former greats: Dave Merhar, 1968-69; George Clark, 1974-75; Dave Rost, 1976-77; and Andy Lundbohm, 1998-99. Joe Carpenter, Joe Dudek and Jon Boyle all epitomized the ideal of a team most valuable player, putting the best interests of the team ahead of their own personal aspirations. Dave Merhar Both Carpenter and Dudek, recruited forwards under former coach Rob Riley,

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switched to defense during their careers to help a unit that lacked depth. Carpenter and Dudek made the transition effortlessly, authoring all-star campaigns in the process. Boyle worked his way from role player to team captain in four seasons at West Point. Goalies had a run of three straight awards that ended in 2009. FolBrad Roberts lowing the stellar play of Brad Roberts, Josh Kassel was presented the award in two consecutive season. He is the sixth player to be honored in two consecutive seasons. Defenseman Zach McKelvie was chosen following the 2008-09 season, the first defenseman to win the Andy Lundbohm award since Joe Dudek in 2003. Both players were also team captains. McKelvie, a two-time, first-team all league choice, played in all situations, scored five goals and handed out 12 assists in his final collegiate season. 2009-10 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 82

BEUKEMA AWARD RECIPIENTS Edward Hickey ..............Forward Dirk Lueders ....................Goalie James O’Connor ...........Forward Thomas Harvey .............Forward Larry Palmer ................. Goalie* Ed Crowley ................. Forward* John Dewar ................ Forward* Ron Chisholm ..................Goalie John Shepard ...................Goalie Neil Mieras .......................Goalie Michael Thompson ..... Forward* Mike Palone ..................Forward Parker Anderson ........Defense* David Merhar ................Forward David Merhar ............. Forward* Clayton J. Roberts ........ Defense Dan Scioletti ................. Goalie* Ken Vogel ..................... Defense Ed Roubian ...................Forward George Clark .............. Forward* George Clark .............. Forward* Dave Rost ......................Forward Dave Rost ......................Forward David Yancey ................ Defense Toby Lyon ...................... Defense Tom Rost .................... Forward* Ed Collazzo ...................Forward Jim Knowlton ............. Forward* Dan Cox ...................... Forward* Robbie Craig .............. Forward* Mike Symes ............... Forward* Ed Moran ...................Defense* Paul DeGironimo .............Goalie Vince Bono .................Defense* Rich Sheridan ...............Forward Jerome Schulze .........Defense* Paul Haggerty ...............Forward Scott Tardif ....................Forward Rich Berube ...................Forward Ian Winer .......................Forward Sean Hennessy ..........Defense* Daryl Chamberlain ..........Goalie Frank Fede ....................Forward Leif Hansen .................. Defense 1998 Andy Lundbohm ...........Forward 1999 Andy Lundbohm ........ Forward* 2000 Mike Fairman ................Forward 2001 Mike Fairman ............. Forward* 2002 Joe Carpenter ...............Forward 2003 Joe Dudek ..................Defense* 2004 Jon Boyle ..................... Forward* 2005 David Andros..................Forward 2006 Brad Roberts ....................Goalie 2007 Josh Kassel .......................Goalie 2008 Josh Kassel .......................Goalie 2009 Zach McKelvie .... Defenseman* * Denotes Team Captain 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

HAGGERTY AWARD RECIPIENTS Tim Murphy F Ford Lannan G Anthony Mitek F Bill Moss G Derek Hines F Chris MacLeod F Chad Fifield F Chris Migliaro F Michael Picone F Chase Podsiad D Mark Tilch D

HEINMILLER AWARD This award is presented to the team’s Outstanding Freshman of the Year in honor of former player John Heinmiller. Heinmiller had just completed his freshman season with the Army hockey team when he was tragically killed in a train acciMarcel Alvarez dent in April, 2001. Heinmiller started his college hockey career with the junior varsity program at West Point, but

worked his way onto the varsity squad. He appeared in one game his plebe season. The inaugural John Heinmiller Award was presented to freshman forward Chris Garceau in 2002. 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

HEINMILLER AWARD RECIPIENTS Chris Garceau F Brad Roberts G Ryan Cruthers F Chase Podsiad D Tim Manthey D Owen Meyer F Cody Omilusik F Marcel Alvarez D

GUNNING AWARD This accolade is presented in recognition of the Cadet who displays the qualities of “academic excellence, selfless dedication to his teammates, being a trusted friend, maintaining a sense of humor, playing through pain and adversity, and demonstrating a true love for hockey.” Will Ryan The Michael J. Gunning Award is named in honor of the late Cadet letterman that died Oct. 12, 1996, following a hit-andrun accident in Dallas, Texas. Gunning, a 1996 USMA graduate, was a 2nd Lt. stationed at Ft. Sill, Okla., at the time of his death. One of the team’s behind-the-scenes leaders, Gunning typified the rugged, aggressive brand of hockey for which Army teams are renowned. He also personified perseverance, spending two seasons on the junior varsity team before finally earning a shot with the varsity. He closed his career with a stellar senior year as the center on Army’s forechecking line. 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

GUNNING AWARD RECIPIENTS Chris Perron F T.R. Coccaro F Andy Foss F Bill Griffith F K.C. Finnegan F Eric Joyce D Nic Serre F Mike McLean D Nick Cahill D Seth Beamer F

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DEREK HINES AWARD The Derek S. Hines Award recognizes a person who has displayed an extraordinary amount of support toward the Army Hockey Program. Like Derek, this person has always cared more about giving than receiving, while displaying a great passion and love for Army Hockey. The Army hockey family added a fifth team award to its list of postseason honors in 2006 in order to recognize Hines, who was killed in action on September 1, 2005. A scrappy and hard-nosed player, who earned four varsity letters and graduated from the Academy in 2003, Hines was a fan favorite and one of the most respected players in the Black Knights’ locker room. The first Derek S. Hines Award was presented to Sid Rosner, a retired college hockey referee and long-time supporter of Army hockey. Rosner, a loyal fan and friend of Army hockey for more than 50 years, was also instrumental in starting the youth hockey program at West Point, along with Jack Riley and Charlie Weyant. Dave Weyant was honored with the second award for exemplifying those qualities through his involvement with West Point’s youth hockey program and his continued work as an off ice official at Tate Rink for Army’s home games. Athletic Trainer Tim Kelly was the third recipient of the Hines Award. A veteran of more than 20 years at West Point, Kelly was honored for his selfless and dedicated work with the hockey program. Cadet manager David Horvath is the most recent recipent of the award. Horvath worked tirelessy behind the scenes during his four years with the program and assisted the team in a multitude of ways. DEREK S. HINES AWARD RECIPIENTS 2006 Sid Rosner 2007 Dave Weyant 2008 Tim Kelly 2009 Dave Horvath

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HAGGERTY AWARD This honor is presented annually to the Army hockey player who displays courage, determination and perseverance throughout the season. The Army hockey program was hit with a devastating setback on April 13, 1998, when Paul Haggerty — a 1991 West Point graduate, three-year letterman for the Army hockey team and an assistant coach under Rob Riley since 1996 — died suddenly during a workout. Mark Tilch A former Beukema Award winner, Haggerty led Army with 16 goals during his senior season and was second on the team with 25 points. A tough, hard-skating forward, he spent his senior season on the Black Knights’ top line. He appeared in 86 games during his four-year career, missing only four contests over his final three seasons and registering 27 goals and 43 points. Prior to his call-up to the varsity, Haggerty spent time with the jayvees during his freshman year.

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FROZEN FOUR SKILLS COMPETITION

The Army hockey team has been well represented at the NCAA Frozen Four Skills Challenge. In four years of the all-star-like celebration, Army has had three players take part in the festivities. In addition to the skills showcases, those selected also participate in community and charity events in the host city as well as autograph and photo opportunities. Goalie Brad Roberts, forward Luke Flicek and defenseman Zach McKelvie have all been selected to participate.

LUKE FLICEK, 2008 Pepsi Center, Denver, Colo.

ZACH MCKELVIE, 2009 Verizon Center, Washington, D.C.

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ANDY LUNDBOHM San Jose Sharks, Florida Panthers

ZACH MCKELVIE • Signed a free agent contract with the Boston Bruins July 13, 2009 • 2009 USMA graduate • Henry “Hal” Beukema Award winner as Army’s team MVP • Army’s first two-time first-team Atlantic Hockey Association choice • Atlantic Hockey Defenseman of the Year

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BRAD ROBERTS • Signed with the Youngstown Steelhounds of the Central Hockey League Oct. 19, 2006 • 23-14-4 mark in 41 games in first season • Named team’s Rookie of the Year • Played in 13 games in 2007-08 before continuing his military career • Participated in the 2006 NCAA Frozen Four Skills Challenge • 2006 USMA graduate • Henry “Hal” Beukema Award winner as Army’s team MVP

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DAN HINOTE Colorado Avalanche, St. Louis Blues • 9-year veteran in the National Hockey League • Signed a multi-year contract with the St. Louis Blues after seven years in Colorado • Scored 27 goals and dished out 38 assists in 353 career games with the Avalanche • Scored 6 goals and 9 assists in 69 career playoff games • Member of the Colorado Avalanche’s Stanley Cup championship club in 2000-01 • Drafted in the seventh round of the 1996 NHL entry draft (167th overall) • Played in 2000 AHL all-star game, recorded an assist • 1999-00 Lester Kinney Award winner as the Hershey Bears (AHL) most improved player • First NHL game was Oct. 5, 1999 vs. Nashville • First NHL point was Oct. 10, 1999 vs. N.Y. Islanders • First NHL goal was Mar. 4, 2000 vs. Tampa Bay

• Authored four-year professional career in San Jose Sharks and Florida Panthers organizations • Signed as a free agent by the Florida Panthers on July 16, 2002 • Spent the first three years of his career in the San Jose Sharks organization • Appeared in 51 games for the Cleveland Barons (AHL) in 2001-02 season • Signed as a free agent by the San Jose Sharks on June 8, 1999 • Participated in the North American College Hockey Championship series pitting college seniors from the U.S. against Canada • 1999 USMA graduate • Two-time “Hal” Beukema Award winner as Army’s team MVP • Among Army’s all-time leading scorers

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ARMY HOCKEY All-Time Leading Scorers Name Grad Year .................... G-A-P Dave Rost ’77 ................ 104-226-330 Tom Rost ’80 .................. 118-169-287 George Clark ’75............ 153-113-266 Jim Knowlton ’82 ..............90-172-262 Dave Merhar ’69............ 112-117-229 Robbie Craig ’84 ...............86-135-221 Ed Collazzo ’83 .................93-104-197 Frank Keating ’82 .............65-131-196 Dan Cox ’83 ......................61-133-194 Biff Shea ’85 .................... 68-120-188 Tony Curran ’69 ................ 59-117-176 Mike Symes ’85 .................. 75-99-174 John Harrison ’79 ............... 77-96-173 Andy Lundbohm ’99 ........... 76-92-168 Larry Pallotta ’76 ..............66-101-167 Mike Thompson ’65............78-84-162 Ted Crowley ’60...................63-87-150 Bart Barry ’65 ..................... 61-88-149 Ian Winer ’96 ......................55-93-148 Greg Buckmeier ’99 ........... 69-78-147 Garry McAvoy ’85................ 58-89-147 Frank Fede ’97 ....................58-85-140 Dan Murrett ’79 ..................55-84-139 John Ahlbrecht ’69 .............57-78-135 Toby Lyon ’79 ....................29-102-131 Bob Birmingham ’78 ...........57-74-131 Bill Morrison ’97 ................. 54-76-130 Joe Sharrock ’97 ................. 57-71-128 Rich Sheridan ’90 ...............49-79-128 Marc Kapsalis ’85 .............. 51-77-128 Rob Brenner ’87 .................55-72-127 Tom LeBlanc ’82 .................49-78-127 George Reynolds ’75 ..........49-78-127 Jack Dewar ’61 ...................49-78-127 Mike Palone ’68..................38-85-123 Gary Johnson ’64 ...............42-80-122 Gerry Stonehouse ’63 ........ 57-62-119 Ed Roubian ’73 ................... 45-71-116 Luke Flicek ‘08 ................... 40-76-116 Rick Randazzo ’93..............43-72-115 Kenny Smith ’67 .................62-52-114 Kevin Keenan ’87 ...............45-68-113 Mark Stachelski ’95 ...........46-65-111 Matt Wilson ’87 .................. 50-61-111 Bob Nabb ’86...................... 41-68-109 Bill McCarthy ’84 ................ 35-74-109 Darryl MacDonald ’86 ........ 47-60-107 Dave Hettinger ’58 ............. 44-63-107 Tim Fisher ’02 .....................49-56-105 Mike Fairman ’01 ...............61-44-105 Jim O’Connor ’57 ................45-60-105 Ken Hjelm ’65 .....................38-64-102 Tony DiCarlo ’97.................. 53-48-101 Owen Meyer ’10 ..............53-48-101

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GOALS 1. George Clark ’75 .............................. 153 2. Tom Rost ’80..................................... 118 3. Dave Merhar ’69 .............................. 112 4. Dave Rost ’77 ....................................104 5. Ed Collazzo ’83 ....................................93 6. Jim Knowlton ’82 .................................90 7. Robbie Craig ’84..................................86 8. Mike Thompson ’65 ............................78 9. John Harrison ’79 ................................77 10. Andy Lundbohm ’99 ............................ 76 11. Mike Symes ’85 ...................................75 12.Greg Buckmeier ’99 ............................69 13. Biff Shea ’85........................................68 14. Larry Pallotta ’76 .................................66 15. Frank Keating ’82 ................................65 16. Ted Crowley ’60 ...................................63 17. Kenny Smith ’67 ..................................62 18.Mike Fairman ’01 ................................61 Dan Cox ’83 .........................................61 Bart Barry ’65 ......................................61 ASSISTS Dave Rost ’77 ................................... 226 Jim Knowlton ’82 ...............................172 Tom Rost ’80......................................169 Robbie Craig ’84............................... 135 Dan Cox ’83 ...................................... 133 Frank Keating ’82 ..............................131 Biff Shea ’85..................................... 120 Tony Curran ’69 .................................117 Dave Merhar ’69 ...............................117 10. George Clark ’75 ...............................113 11. Ed Collazzo ’83 ..................................103 12.Toby Lyon ’79 .....................................102 13. Larry Pallotta ’76 ...............................101 14. Mike Symes ’85 ...................................99 15. John Harrison ’79 ................................96 16. Ian Winer ’96 .......................................93 17. Andy Lundbohm ’99 ............................92 18.Garry McAvoy ’85 ................................89 19. Bart Barry ’65 ......................................88 20.Ted Crowley ’60 ...................................87 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

PENALTY MINUTES 1. Mark Stachelski ’95 ..........................301 2. Tom Rost ’80..................................... 284 3. Eric Joyce ’02 .................................... 264 4. Dave Yancey ’79 ................................244 5. John Harrison ’79 ..............................242 6. Todd Tamburino ’91 ......................... 220 7. Chris Colvin ‘08 .................................218 8. Sean Hennessy ’95 ...........................211 9. Seth Beamer ’06 .............................. 199 10. Joe Sharrock ’97................................191

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GOALIE WINS 1. Tom Garver ’77 ....................................75 2. Daryl Chamberlain ’98 ........................53 3. Ron Chisholm ’62 ................................50 4. Brad Roberts ’06 ................................. 47 5. Jeff Snow ’83 .......................................43 6. Jim Stenson ’85................................... 41 7. Dan Scioletti ’71 ..................................39 8. Josh Kassel ‘09 ...................................38 9. Larry Palmer ’59 ..................................37 10. Brian Bolio ’95 .....................................36 SAVES 1. Brad Roberts ’06 ........................... 3,013 2. Tom Garver ’77 .............................. 2,858 3. Daryl Chamberlain ’98 .................. 2,103 4. Dan Scioletti ’71 ............................ 2,081 5. Scott Hamilton ’02 ........................ 2,054 6. Brooks Chretien ’91 ...................... 1,861 7. Josh Kassel ‘09 ..............................1,817 8. Jeff Snow ’83 ................................. 1,795 9. Jim Stenson ’85............................. 1,656 10. Ron Chisholm ’62 .......................... 1,639 GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE 1. Jack Shepard ’63 ............................ 2.20 2. Neil Mieras ’64 ................................ 2.28 3. Josh Kassel ‘10 ............................... 2.42 4. Ron Chisholm ’62 ............................ 2.53 5. Brad Roberts ’06 ............................. 2.72 6. Corey Winer ’00 ................................2.97 7. Daryl Chamberlain ’98 .................... 3.00 8. Dick Newell ’67................................ 3.04 9. Scott Hamilton ’02 .......................... 3.30 10. Brian Drinkwine ’86 ........................ 3.38 Dan Scioletti ’71 .............................. 3.38 SAVE PERCENTAGE 1. Jack Shepard ’63 ............................ .920 2. Josh Kassel `09 .............................. .909 3. Brad Roberts ’06 ............................. .906 4. Ron Chisholm ’62 ............................ .905 5. Eric Gorzelnik ’72 ..............................901 6. Corey Winer ’00 ............................... .899 7. Neil Mieras ’64 ................................ .896 8. Dan Scioletti ’71 .............................. .895 9. Scott Hamilton ’02 ............................891 10. Dick Newell ’67................................ .890 SHUTOUTS 1. Daryl Chamberlain ’98 ........................15 2. Brad Roberts ’06 ................................... 9 Josh Kassel ‘10 ..................................... 9 4. Dan Scioletti ’71 .................................... 8 Ron Chisholm ’62 .................................. 8 6. Brian Bolio ’95 ....................................... 6 Tom Garver ’77 ...................................... 6 8. Dick Newell ’67...................................... 5 Neil Mieras ’64 ...................................... 5 10. Larry Palmer ’59 .................................... 4

SEASON RECORDS

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS POINTS Dave Rost, 1976-77 ....................... 108 Dave Merhar, 1968-69 .................. 107 Tom Rost, 1979-80 ...........................97 Dave Rost, 1974-75 ..........................87 Jim Knowlton, 1979-80 ................... 85 George Clark, 1974-75 .................... 83 Mike Symes, 1983-84 ..................... 82 Tony Curran, 1968-69 ..................... 80 Tom Rost, 1976-77 .......................... 78 George Clark, 1973-74 .................... 78

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ASSISTS Dave Rost, 1974-75 ......................... 66 Dave Rost, 1976-77 ......................... 65 Jim Knowlton, 1979-80 ................... 60 Tom Rost, 1979-80 ...........................57 Tony Curran, 1968-69 ..................... 55 Dave Rost, 1975-76 ..........................51 Dave Merhar, 1968-69 .................... 50 John Harrison, 1976-77 ................... 48 Biff Shea, 1983-84 .......................... 45 Mike Symes, 1983-84 ..................... 44 Tom Rost, 1976-77 .......................... 44 Dave Rost, 1973-74 ......................... 44 Gary Johnson, 1963-64................... 44 PENALTY MINUTES John Harrison, 1976-77 ................. 116 Matt Field, 2002-03 ...................... 114 Mark Stachelski, 1994-95 ............ 110 Eric Joyce, 2000-01 ......................... 93 Tom Rost, 1976-77 ...........................91 Mark Stachelski, 1992-93 .............. 84 Mark Hill, 1987-88............................81 Dave Yancey, 1976-77 ..................... 80 Sean Hennessy, 1994-95................ 78 Chris Colvin, 2005-06.......................77

TEAM RECORDS Most Goals, Game.......................................................................... 27 vs. N.Y. Military Academy (1913) Most Goals, Season ....................................................................................................... 260 (1981-82) Most Assists, Game ................................................................................. 31 vs. Kent State (10-29-82) Most Assists, Season ...................................................................................................... 411 (1981-82) Most Points, Game .................................................................................. 48 vs. Kent State (10-29-82) Most Points, Season .......................................................................................................671 (1981-82) Most Goalie Saves, Games..................................................................... 63 at Northeastern (2-27-59) Most Goalie Saves, Season .........................................................................................1,052 (2001-02) Most Penalty Minutes, Game .................................................................. 102 at Mercyhurst (2-25-06) Most Penalty Minutes, Season ...................................................................................... 715 (2005-06) Most Games .....................................................................................37 (1982-83; 2005-06, 2007-08) Most Wins .......................................................................................................................... 28 (1983-84) Highest Winning Percentage ......................................................................................... .838 (1983-84) Lowest Goals-Against Average ...................................................................................... 1.96 (2007-08) Highest Save Percentage............................................................................................... .923 (2007-08) Most Shutouts ....................................................................................................................10 (1995-96) Most Overtime Games ......................................................................................11 (2001-02; 2005-06) Most One-goal Games ......................................................................................13 (2000-01; 2005-06) Most Wins at Home........................................................................................................... 22 (1983-84) Highest Win Percentage at Home .....................................................................1.000 (22-0, 1983-84) Most Goals Per Game .....................................................................................................7.38 (1981-82) Highest Power Play Percentage .......................................................................................402 (1976-77) Lowest Power Play Percentage ...................................................................................... .112 (2004-05) Highest Penalty Killing Percentage ............................................................................... .925 (1969-70) Lowest Penalty Killing Percentage ..................................................................................614 (1978-79) Consecutive Wins ...............................................................................................................17 (1983-84) Consecutive Home Wins ....................................................................................................27 (1982-85) Consecutive Road Wins .......................................................................................................7 (1982-83) Consecutive Losses ...........................................................................................................13 (1941-42) Consecutive Shutouts .................................................................................................... 3 (1913, 1920) Consecutive Scoring Streak ................................................................................149 games (1971-78) Shortest Time to Score Two Goals ..................................................................0:04, vs. RMC (2-18-84) Shortest Time to Score Three Goals ....................................................0:22, vs. MacDonald (12-8-72) 2009-10 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 87

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GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE Josh Kassel 2007-08 .................... 1.92 Ron Chisholm, 1961-62 ............... 2.18 Jack Shepard, 1962-63 ................ 2.27 Neil Mieras, 1963-64 ................... 2.28 Daryl Chamberlain, 1995-96 ....... 2.30 Josh Kassel 2006-07 .................... 2.31 Dick Newell, 1964-65 ................... 2.51 Brad Roberts, 2005-06 ................ 2.53 Ron Chisholm, 1960-61 ............... 2.55 Brad Roberts, 2002-03 ................ 2.67 Scott Hamilton, 1998-99.............. 2.67

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SAVES Brad Roberts, 2005-06 ................. 931 Brad Roberts, 2002-03 ................. 905 Scott Hamilton, 2000-01 ............... 887 Dan Dorsey, 1978-79 .................... 815 Tom Garver, 1976-77 ..................... 810 Josh Kassel, 2006-07 .................... 806 Eric Gorzelnik, 1971-72 ................. 801 Tom Garver, 1973-74 ..................... 770 Brad Roberts, 2003-04 ................. 760 Daryl Chamberlain, 1996-97 ........ 737 Dan Scioletti, 1968-69 .................. 737

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SAVE PERCENTAGE Josh Kassel, 2007-08 ................... .925 Jack Shepard, 1962-63 ................ .920 Ron Chisholm, 1961-62 ............... .919 Josh Kassel, 2006-07 ................... .914 Brad Roberts, 2002-03 ................ .913 John Yaros, 2001-02..................... .912 Brad Roberts, 2005-06 ................ .908 Daryl Chamberlain, 1995-96 ....... .907 Dick Newell, 1964-65 ................... .906 Corey Winer, 1999-2000 .............. .904 Eric Gorzelnik, 1971-72 ................ .904 Dan Scioletti, 1969-70 ................. .904 WINS Daryl Chamberlain, 1995-96 .......... 23 Tom Garver, 1976-77 ....................... 22 Tom Garver, 1973-74 ....................... 20 Neil Mieras, 1963-64 ...................... 19 Josh Kassell, 2006-07 ..................... 18 Dan Scioletti, 1968-69 .................... 18 Josh Kassel, 2007-08 ...................... 18

SHUTOUTS 1. Daryl Chamberlain, 1995-96 .............9 2. Josh Kassel, 2007-08 .........................5 Brad Roberts, 2005-06 ......................5 Brian Bolio, 1994-95 ..........................5 Neil Mieras, 1963-64 .........................5 Ron Chisholm, 1961-62 .....................5

SEASON RECORDS

GOALS 1. Dave Merhar, 1968-69 .....................57 2. George Clark, 1974-75 .....................47 George Clark, 1973-74 .....................47 4. Dave Rost, 1976-77 ......................... 43 5. Tom Rost, 1979-80 .......................... 40 6. George Clark, 1972-73 .................... 39 7. Mike Symes, 1983-84 ..................... 38 8. Ed Collazzo, 1981-82 .......................37 Ed Collazzo, 1980-81 .......................37 10. Rick Berube, 1992-93 ..................... 34 Tom Rost, 1976-77 .......................... 34

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2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE GOALS 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70

YEARLY SCORING LEADERS

1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Jim O’Connor .......................... 28 Ted Crowley ............................ 24 Pete Dawkins ......................... 16 Ted Crowley .............................27 Gerry Stonehouse ................. 25 Gerry Stonehouse ................. 19 Gary Johnson ........................ 18 Mike Thompson .................... 33 Mike Thompson ..................... 31 Kenny Smith .......................... 30 Dave Merhar ........................... 27 Dave Merhar .......................... 28 Dave Merhar ........................... 57 John Roberts .......................... 11 Geoff Champion ...................... 11 Pete Anderson ....................... 11 Ed Roubian ............................ 12 Geoff Eaton ........................... 12 George Clark ......................... 20 George Clark ......................... 39 George Clark .......................... 47 George Clark .......................... 47 Bob Birmingham .................... 24 Tom Rost.................................. 22 Larry Pallotta .......................... 22 Dave Rost .............................. 43 John Harrison ......................... 31 Glen Giovanucci .................... 30 Tom Rost ................................ 40 Ed Collazzo ............................. 37 Ed Collazzo ............................. 37 Robbie Craig .......................... 26 Mike Symes ........................... 38 Bob Nabb .............................. 20 Matt Wilson ........................... 22 Matt Wilson ........................... 18 Rich Sheridan ........................ 18 Rob Tobin ............................... 15 Rich Sheridan ........................ 10 Al Brenner .............................. 10 Paul Haggerty ......................... 16 Scott Tardif ............................ 18 Rick Berube ........................... 34 Ian Winer ................................ 16 Frank Fede ............................ 22 Bill Morrison ........................... 22 Joe Sharrock ......................... 23 Frank Fede ............................ 22 Greg Buckmeier .................... 22 Jason Choi ............................. 22 Andy Lundbohm .................... 18 Mike Fairman ........................ 19 Mike Fairman ........................ 23 Joe Carpenter ......................... 17 Chris Casey ............................. 17 Chris Casey.............................. 14 David Andros ........................... 13 Luke Flicek .................................9 Seth Beamer ..............................9 Luke Flicek ...............................16 Owen Meyer ........................... 21 Owen Meyer ........................... 19

ASSISTS 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Jim O’Connor .......................... 33 Dave Hettinger ....................... 32 Ted Crowley ............................ 23 Ted Crowley ............................ 35 Jack Dewar ............................. 35 Gerry Stonehouse .................. 22 Mike Thompson ......................27 Gary Johnson ......................... 44 Bart Barry ............................... 35 Mike Palone ........................... 40 Dave Merhar ........................... 36 Tony Curran ..............................31 Dave Merhar.............................31 Tony Curran ............................ 55 John Roberts ...........................16 Geoff Champion ......................24 Ed Roubian ............................. 26 Jeff Woloshyn ........................ 42 Dave Rost ............................... 44 Dave Rost ............................... 66 Dave Rost ................................51 Dave Rost ............................... 65 Tom Rost ................................. 38 Frank Keating ......................... 30 Jim Knowlton .......................... 60 Jim Knowlton .......................... 43 Jim Knowlton ...........................41 Robbie Craig ............................37 Biff Shea ................................. 45 Biff Shea ................................ 25 Rob Brenner ............................31 Matt Wilson ............................ 23 Rich Sheridan ......................... 18 Rich Sheridan ......................... 28 Rich Sheridan .........................17 Kevin Darby ............................ 35 Rick Randazzo ....................... 23 Rick Randazzo ...................... 25 Frank Fede .............................17 Ian Winer ................................ 36 Ian Winer ................................ 28 Frank Fede ............................ 30 Andy Lundbohm ..................... 25 Joe Carpenter ......................... 23 Nate Mayfield ..........................16 Tim Fisher .............................. 19 Joe Dudek ................................17 Nic Serre ................................. 23 Seth Beamer ............................17 Ryan Cruthers ......................... 11 Justin Fagan ............................ 11 Luke Flicek .............................. 18 Luke Flicek .............................. 23 Luke Flicek ...............................27 Eric Sefchik ........................... 20

POINTS 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

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Jim O’Connor ...........................61 Dave Hettinger ....................... 53 Ted Crowley ............................ 53 Ted Crowley ............................ 35 Ted Crowley ........................... 62 Jack Dewar ............................ 56 Gerry Stonehouse ...................41 Mike Thompson ......................41 Mike Thompson ..................... 66 Bart Barry ............................... 58 Mike Palone ........................... 58 Dave Merhar .......................... 63 Dave Merhar ........................... 59 Dave Merhar ......................... 107 John Roberts ...........................27 Geoff Champion ..................... 35 Ed Roubian ............................. 39 George Clark .......................... 72 George Clark .......................... 78 Dave Rost ................................87 Dave Rost ............................... 68 Dave Rost ............................. 108 Tom Rost ................................. 60 Glen Giovanucci ..................... 52 Tom Rost ..................................97 Ed Collazzo ............................. 72 Ed Collazzo ..............................74 Robbie Craig ........................... 63 Mike Symes ............................ 82 Bob Nabb ............................... 40 Matt Wilson ............................ 50 Rob Brenner ........................... 50 Matt Wilson .............................41 Rich Sheridan ......................... 36 Rich Sheridan ..........................41 Rich Sheridan ..........................27 Kevin Darby ............................ 40 Rick Berube .............................37 Rick Berube ............................ 52 Ian Winer ................................ 32 Ian Winer .................................51 Ian Winer ................................ 49 Frank Fede ............................. 52 Andy Lundbohm ..................... 44 Greg Buckmeier ..................... 35 Mike Fairman ......................... 29 Mike Fairman ......................... 40 Joe Carpenter ..........................27 Chris Garceau .........................27 Chris Casey .............................27 Nic Serre .................................. 33 Seth Beamer ........................... 25 Robb Ross ............................... 19 Ryan Cruthers ......................... 19 Luke Flicek ...............................27 Luke Flicek .............................. 39 Owen Meyer ........................... 39 Luke Flicek .............................. 39 Owen Meyer ........................... 33

Army Hockey AAA Winners Year Name 1927 Maurice Daly 1936 William Grohs 1956 Ralph Chesnauskas 1958 Thomas Harvey 1959 Pete Dawkins 1965 Robert Butterfield 1967 John Boretti 1968 Mike Palone 1971 Dan Scioletti 1999 Andy Lundbohm 2006 Brad Roberts 2009 Zach McKelvie

Season 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Leader Larry Palmer Larry Palmer Larry Palmer Ron Chisholm Ron Chisholm Ron Chisholm Jack Shepard Neil Mieras Dick Newell Dick Newell Dick Newell Lee Carlson Dan Scioletti Dan Scioletti Dan Scioletti Eric Gorzelnik Clair Olson Tom Garver Tom Garver Tom Garver Tom Garver Dan Dorsey Dan Dorsey Rick Isles Jeff Snow Jim Stenson Jeff Snow Jim Stenson Brian Drinkwine Paul DeGironimo Paul DeGironimo Brooks Chretien Brooks Chretien Brooks Chretien Brooks Chretien Brian Bolio Ron Adimey Brian Bolio Brian Bolio Daryl Chamberlain Daryl Chamberlain Daryl Chamberlain Scott Hamilton Corey Winer Scott Hamilton John Yaros Brad Roberts Brad Roberts Brad Roberts Brad Roberts Josh Kassel Josh Kassel Jay Clark

Gm. 18 20 19 22 25 24 22 27 18 19 21 24 26 23 23 25 19 28 27 25 29 19 28 19 24 17 20 23 12 21 26 20 20 23 21 5 11 22 28 33 28 24 16 21 34 17 33 29 19 37 33 30 24

W-L-T 14-4-0 15-4-1 8-10-1 16-5-1 17-8-0 17-6-1 13-5-2 19-8-0 12-6-0 11-5-1 10-8-0 14-10-0 18-7-1 13-10-0 8-14-1 11-14-0 3-12-1 20-7-1 17-9-0 16-8-1 22-6-1 10-9-0 7-20-0 9-8-1 13-9-1 11-4-0 13-4-1 17-5-1 7-3-0 11-8-1 9-16-1 5-13-2 8-11-1 9-12-1 4-14-3 3-1-1 6-4-1 11-7-0 15-10-1 23-9-1 13-13-2 12-12-0 9-5-1 8-12-1 13-19-1 3-9-5 17-16-0 10-15-3 8-9-1 12-18-7 18-11-4 18-10-2 9-9-5

Saves 455 542 601 492 546 601 527 536 413 440 484 574 737 641 703 801 456 770 691 587 810 528 815 465 623 389 537 566 289 458 671 464 404 507 486 106 247 405 537 686 737 542 364 577 887 519 905 770 417 931 806 686 731

SV% .855 .899 .900 .888 .900 .919 .920 .901 .906 .892 .877 .874 .883 .904 .898 .904 .867 .877 .870 .872 .891 .848 .837 .866 .870 .872 .873 .889 .887 .863 .866 .842 .843 .876 .853 .862 .888 .849 .865 .907 .879 .880 .901 .904 .883 .912 .913 .903 .891 .908 .914 .925 .914

GA 77 61 67 62 61 53 46 59 43 53 68 83 98 68 80 85 70 108 103 86 99 95 159 72 93 57 78 71 37 73 104 87 75 72 84 17 31 72 84 70 101 74 40 61 117 50 86 82 51 94 76 56 69

GAA 4.28 3.03 3.55 2.80 2.55 2.18 2.27 2.28 2.51 3.19 3.67 3.48 3.81 2.94 3.41 3.41 4.52 4.03 3.99 3.57 3.46 5.15 5.82 4.40 4.28 3.99 4.09 3.33 3.75 3.75 4.20 4.98 3.83 3.31 4.12 3.71 2.92 3.79 3.18 2.30 3.71 3.14 2.67 2.91 3.67 2.86 2.67 3.11 2.68 2.53 2.31 1.92 2.98

SHO 1 2 1 2 1 5 1 5 3 2 0 0 1 4 3 1 0 1 0 3 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 5 9 2 2 1 1 0 1 3 0 1 5 4 5 0

INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS Goals ...........................................................................................7, George Clark vs. Wesleyan, 2-5-75 Assists .................................................................................................7, Tom Rost vs. Bryant, 1-12-80 Points ...............................................................................................9, Dave Rost vs. Bryant, 12-17-76 .....................................................................................................George Clark vs. New Haven, 2-16-74 Saves ............................................................................... 63, Larry Palmer vs. Northeastern, 2-27-59 Consecutive Goal-Scoring Streak ............................................................. 15, Dave Merhar (1968-69) Most Hat Tricks, Season ......................................... 9, Dave Merhar (1968-69); Dave Rost (1976-77) Most Hat Tricks, Career .............................................................................18, George Clark (1971-75) Consecutive Hat Tricks.................................................................................4, George Clark (1972-73) Shortest Time to Score Hat Trick ............................. 0:25, Tom Rost vs. SUNY Plattsburgh (12-1-76) Penalty Minutes .........................................................................28, Dave Yancey vs. Bowdoin, 3-1-75 Consecutive Scoreless Minutes .......................................................202:19, Brad Roberts (2005-06)

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GOALTENDING LEADERS/AAA AWARD

ARMY HOCKEY AND THE AAA AWARD One of the most prestigious awards Army presents to its senior cadet-athletes is the Army Athletic Association Award. The honor has been bestowed every year since 1904 and like most things involving athletics at West Point, Army hockey has a major presence. Twelve hockey players have been presented with the AAA Award, an honor given to the most outstanding athlete of the senior class. Defenseman Zach McKelvie is the most recent hockey player to earn the honor. McKelvie played in 136 games during his career, scored 14 goals and handed out 44 assists. One of the fastest skaters in recent memory, McKelvie was a four-year contirbutor on special teams as well and was a two-time captain. McKelvie is the third hockey-only player to win the award. Brad Roberts, a four-year letterwinner and one of the greatest goaltenders in the history of the program, was the second hockey-only player to be recognized. Andy Lundbohm in 1999 was the first. Maurice Daly, a two-time letterman was the first hockey player to receive the award, in 1927. John Boretti also has his name on the trophy, along with 1959 recipient Pete Dawkins, who also won college football’s Heisman Trophy that same year. Under legendary head coach Jack Riley, a member of the hockey family twice won the Athletic Association’s top honor three times over a four-year period. A hockey star walked home with the athletic department’s highest honor three times between 1956 and 1959, and again between 1965 and 1968.

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DECADE-BY-DECADE RECORD

2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE Year W L T 1904 5 1 0 1905 7 1 0 1906 5 1 0 1907 3 6 0 1908 5 2 0 1909 0 1 1 Decade Record: 25-12-1 (.671)

Pct. .833 .875 .833 .333 .714 .250

GF 39 23 30 15 19 2 128

GA 9 7 13 27 7 3 66

Coach Capt. Edward King Capt. Robert Foy Capt. Robert Foy Capt. Robert Foy Lt. George Russell Lt. George Russell

Captain(s) LeRoy Bartlett LeRoy Bartlett Richard Park Richard Park Philip Gordon Philip Hayes

1910 0 4 3 1911 1 3 0 1912 2 1 1 1913 5 1 0 1914 2 5 0 1915 1 4 0 1916 2 1 1 1917 6 5 0 1918 6 3 0 1919 2 2 0 Decade Record: 27-29-5 (.484)

.214 .250 .625 .833 .286 .200 .625 .545 .667 .500

1 6 8 42 24 7 13 31 27 7 166

12 7 12 7 29 13 11 21 9 7 128

Lt. George Russell Lt. LeRoy Bartlett Lt. LeRoy Bartlett Lt. Philip Gordon Lt. Philip Gordon Lt. Frank Purdon Lt. Frank Purdon Lt. Frank Purdon Capt. Joseph Viner Capt. Philip Day

Meade Wildrick Millard Harmon Millard Harmon Joseph Viner Ralph Royce Robert Strong Latham Brundred Elbert Ford Henry Nichols Henry Nichols

1920 4 2 1 1921 0 2 1 1922 5 3 1 1923 7 7 0 1924 3 5 0 1925 3 3 1 1926 3 6 0 1927 0 3 1 1928 1 8 0 1929 3 9 0 Decade Record: 29-48-5 (.384)

.643 .167 .611 .500 .375 .500 .333 .125 .111 .250

26 6 26 36 23 16 17 7 9 23 189

11 11 15 39 30 17 30 20 44 61 278

Capt. Philip Day Talbot Hunter Talbot Hunter Talbot Hunter Ray Marchand Ray Marchand Ray Marchand Ray Marchand Ray Marchand Ray Marchand

1930 6 3 2 1931 4 6 0 1932 5 4 0 1933 5 4 0 1934 4 6 0 1935 4 5 1 1936 5 4 0 1937 5 5 0 1938 5 4 1 1939 6 4 0 Decade Record: 49-45-4 (.520)

.636 .400 .556 .556 .400 .450 .556 .500 .550 .600

31 37 47 27 24 21 22 27 29 33 298

23 34 37 35 41 27 31 22 21 19 290

Ray Marchand Ray Marchand Ray Marchand Ray Marchand Ray Marchand Ray Marchand Ray Marchand Ray Marchand Ray Marchand Ray Marchand

1940 6 2 2 1941 4 6 1 1942 1 11 0 1943 3 8 0 1944 5 4 0 1945 7 2 1 1946 7 6 0 1947 4 9 1 1948 11 4 1 1949 8 7 0 Decade Record: 56-59-6 (.488)

.700 .409 .083 .273 .556 .750 .538 .321 .719 .533

35 38 33 38 56 65 87 64 78 58 552

37 39 81 61 38 37 70 72 39 63 537

Ray Marchand Ray Marchand Ray Marchand Ray Marchand Lt. Col. John Hines Maj. Robert Lutz Len Patten Len Patten Len Patten Len Patten

1950 3 9 0 1951 2 10 1 1952 3 12 0 1953 8 8 0 1954 10 7 0 1955 8 8 0 1956 11 5 0 1956-57 14 4 0 1957-58 15 4 1 1958-59 9 10 1 Decade Record: 83-77-3 (.518)

.250 .192 .200 .500 .588 .500 .688 .778 .775 .475

39 33 46 56 66 73 72 125 107 79 696

83 76 87 64 79 86 46 59 61 70 711

Len Patten Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley

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Henry Burgard Harry Stout James O’Connell Kevin O’Shea Lindsay Caywood Henry Westphalinger Willet Baird Mark Lewis Tito Moscatelli Normando Costello Roy Linquist John Waters Thomas Darcy David Wagstaff Thomas O’Neil James Donohue William Grohs Maxwell Tincher William Blanchard Richard Curtin George Larkin Willard Gilbert Frederic Tate Sidney Peterman, William Ray Henry Beukema George Casey Edward Crowley Patrick O’Connell Arthur Snyder Albert Austin Charles Kuyk William Depew (none elected) David Pistenma Victor Hugo George Monahan Ralph Chesnauskas Edward Hickey Leonard McCormick Laurence Palmer

Pct. .750 .680 .729 .720 .714 .708 .700 .556 .583 .732

GF 119 139 111 120 154 131 132 151 110 167 1334

GA 62 62 52 57 69 56 85 104 84 104 735

Coach Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley

Captain(s) Edward Crowley John Dewar Paul Dobbins Gerald Stonehouse Gary Johnson Mike Thompson Laurence Hansen Parker Anderson Michael Palone Dave Merhar

1969-70 13 12 0 1970-71 8 14 1 1971-72 11 14 0 1972-73 9 17 1 1973-74 20 7 1 1974-75 18 11 0 1975-76 18 9 1 1976-77 22 6 1 1977-78 13 12 1 1978-79 7 21 0 Decade Record: 139-123-6 (.529)

.520 .369 .440 .352 .732 .621 .661 .776 .519 .250

72 81 99 121 166 169 161 202 130 110 1311

79 80 88 136 115 119 101 101 129 184 1132

Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley

Dave Young Dan Scioletti Geoffrey Champion Ed Roubian George Clark George Clark Pat Sullivan Thomas Garver Kevin Walsh Kenneth Hawes

1979-80 19 12 1 1980-81 21 13 1 1981-82 25 11 0 1982-83 25 11 1 1983-84 28 5 1 1984-85 17 13 0 1985-86 18 11 1 1986-87 9 19 1 1987-88 9 19 2 1988-89 13 16 1 Decade Record: 184-130-9 (.584)

.609 .614 .694 .689 .838 .567 .617 .328 .333 .450

205 230 260 220 241 150 157 89 97 93 1742

141 160 171 140 104 121 117 130 151 127 1362

Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Jack Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley

Tom Rost Matt Bradley Jim Knowlton Dan Cox Robbie Craig Mike Symes Ted Moran Kevin Keenan Vinny Bono Brian Cox

1989-90 10 16 4 .400 1990-91 8 18 3 .328 1991-92 13 17 1 .435 1992-93 16 11 1 .589 1993-94 14 16 0 .467 1994-95 20 13 1 .603 1995-96 24 9 1 .721 1996-97 19 13 2 .588 1997-98 18 15 1 .544 1998-99 16 16 3 .500 Decade Record: 158-144-17 (.522)

93 104 138 133 123 173 164 158 156 133 1375

113 121 163 86 121 106 81 119 106 104 1120

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Scott Schulze, Rich Sheridan Todd Tamburino, Scott Williams Chris Mead, Chris Soucie Chad Sundem Mike Landers Craig Fellman, Sean Hennessy Ian Winer Mike Opdenaker Anthony Felice Greg Buckmeier, Andy Lundbohm

1999-00 13 18 2 .424 2000-01 14 20 1 .414 2001-02 11 18 6 .400 2002-03 18 16 0 .529 2003-04 12 18 3 .409 2004-05 11 21 3 .357 2005-06 12 18 7 .419 2006-07 19 12 5 .597 2007-08 19 14 4 .568 2008-09 11 19 6 .388 Decade Record: 140-179-37 (.445)

102 112 109 93 82 79 83 102 101 92 955

98 132 114 92 107 103 97 88 73 125 1029

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Paul Gonzalez, T.J. McMeniman Mike Fairman Tim Murphy Joe Dudek Jon Boyle, Mike McLean Chad Fifield, Seth Beamer Seth Beamer Casey Bickley Bryce Hollweg, Chase Podsiad Zach McKelvie

DECADE-BY-DECADE RECORD

Year W L T 1959-60 16 5 1 1960-61 17 8 0 1961-62 17 6 1 1962-63 17 6 2 1963-64 20 8 0 1964-65 17 7 0 1965-66 17 7 1 1966-67 15 12 0 1967-68 14 10 0 1968-69 20 7 1 Decade Record: 170-76-6 (.687)

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TWO SEASONS TO REMEMBER

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During an era when hockey greatness was judged by 50 goals in 50 games, Army hockey established its own measuring stick when Dave Merhar scored 57 goals in 28 games and finished the season with 107 points. Eight years later, another Dave came along and surpassed Merhar’s seemingly unbreakable record by one point. Considered two of the finest hockey players ever to pass through the Academy’s iron gates, Dave Rost and Dave Merhar are the only cadets to top the 100-point plateau in a single season. Merhar and Rost are one of only 12 college hockey players ever to author a 100-point Dave Rost campaign in NCAA history. Merhar was the first to do it, with a magical 57-goal, 50-assist campaign in just 28 games in 1968-69. Rost one-upped Merhar’s mark with a 108-point season (43G, 65A) that has stood as the Army record for the past 39 years. Prior to Merhar’s 107-point season, the previous school record had belonged to Mike Thompson, who totaled 66 points in 1963-64. Rost’s 1976-77 Breakdown Opponent G A Pts. Result Norwich 1 2 3 5-4 W Framingham State 3 3 6 11-5 W SUNY Plattsburgh 3 4 7 11-1 W New England Coll. 3 0 3 7-2 W Bridgewater State 0 6 6 10-4 W at Massachusetts 1 3 4 7-2 W at Holy Cross 2 2 4 6-5 W Wesleyan 3 2 5 6-1 W Bryant 3 6 9 11-2 W St. Nick’s 2 2 4 14-3 W Elmira 3 3 6 10-4 W SUNY Oswego 0 3 3 4-2 W North Adams State 1 2 3 6-4 W at Air Force 1 1 2 3-6 L at Air Force 0 1 1 2-6 L New Haven 2 2 4 9-0 W at CMR 2 4 6 10-2 W at CMR 1 3 4 15-2 W Princeton 4 2 6 6-2 W at Salem State 0 1 1 4-3 W at St. Anselm 0 2 2 4-7 L Connecticut 1 0 1 5-2 W Boston College 0 1 1 2-4 L at UMass-Lowell 1 1 2 3-5 L Babson 0 2 2 5-0 W Merrimack 0 1 1 (OT) 4-4 T American Int’l 3 1 4 (OT) 7-6 W Union 0 4 4 4-11 L RMC 3 1 4 11-2 W Totals 43 65 108 22-6-1

Surrounded by a solid supporting cast that included classmates Tony Curran and John Ahlbrecht, Merhar led the Black Knights to just their second 20-win season in 1968-69. Merhar had a point in all 28 contests and was held without a goal on just three occasions. He finished with six points or more seven different times during the season. He scored a season-high five goals at the University of Pennsylvania in a 9-6 win. His 100-point effort established a new NCAA single-season scoring record and made him a charter member of the 100-point club. Before 1968-69, no other college hockey player had ever scored 100 points in a single season. Merhar posted these amazing numbers against some of the top college hockey competition in the East. The Black Knights faced nine of the 10 schools that comprise the powerful Hockey East today. Boston College, Northeastern and New Hampshire all dotted Army’s schedule. The Ely, Minn., native registered 17 points in those nine contests. The demands of playing a challenging Division I schedule did not slow the progress of the Black Knights’ star forward. Merhar also set a number of school records, two of which still stand today. He strung together a streak of 15 consecutive games in which he scored a goal, stretching from Jan. 11 (vs. St. Nick’s) to Feb. 24 (vs. Connecticut). Army was 11-4 during that stretch. Merhar also turned in nine hat tricks during the season, a record that was tied by Rost during his record-setting campaign but never surpassed. The 1976-77 season was also a terrific campaign for Army. Led by Rost’s record-setting production, the Black Knights went 22-6-1 and outscored their opponents by a two-to-one margin, 202-101. Tom Rost, Dave’s brother, and John Harrison gave the Black Knights more than just one weapon in Army’s arsenal. With 78 and 74 points, respectively, Tom Rost and Harrison authored two of the top 20 single season scoring efforts in Academy annals. In addition, Tom Rost posted 97 points (40G, 57A) in 1979-80, good for third highest in Academy history. That is the closest anybody has come to the century mark at Army since. Dave Rost scored nine times against Bryant in an early-season 11-2 victory. Like Merhar, Rost earned a point in every game that season. Rost was particularly destructive to the visitor’s from the north. He posted 10 points in a weekend series against Canada’s College Militaire Royal, and registered a hat trick along with an assist on the last day of the season against the Royal Military College. That performance pushed him past Merhar for the single-season record. Rost finished the 1976-77 campaign tied with Clarkson’s Dave Taylor as the nation’s leading scorer. Their 108 points that winter also broke Merhar’s NCAA single-season mark. Their standard would last another eight years until 1985.

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It was Rost’s late season push that eventually won him the school and NCAA record. Rost scored four points in each of his last three games, including two hat tricks. His 65 assists fell one shy of his own record of 66 set two years earlier. Rost tied Merhar’s record of nine hat tricks that season. His 43 goals is the fourth highest total in Academy history. The high-scoring forward became Army’s second AllAmerican. He finished his career as Army’s alltime leading scorer with 330 points, while also establishing an NCAA Division II record. In addition, Rost set the school’s Dave Merhar single-season mark for assists in both a single season (66) and a career (226). Rost became part of the Army Athletic Association’s second Hall of Fame class in November 2005 when he was inducted into the Army Sports Hall of Fame. Merhar was similarly honored in 2006, joining legendary coach Jack Riley as the first three predominantly associated with the hockey program to be honored.

MERHAR’S 1968-69 BREAKDOWN Opponent G A Pts. Result American Int’l 3 2 5 7-3 W Middlebury 4 1 5 9-6 W Princeton 1 1 2 3-1 W Norwich 1 3 4 5-2 W Rensselaer 1 1 2 2-5 L Waterloo 0 1 1 2-9 L Ohio 3 3 6 9-4 W at Dartmouth 0 1 1 (OT) 7-7 T St. Nick’s 2 0 2 5-3 W Bishop’s Univ. 4 2 6 10-1 W at Pennsylvania 5 1 6 9-6 W Northeastern 1 1 2 5-1 W at Providence 1 0 1 1-5 L at Brown 2 2 4 4-6 L Massachusetts 2 2 4 5-1 W Bowdoin 2 3 5 7-3 W at Yale 2 1 3 3-1 W at Hamilton 4 2 6 (OT) 8-7 W at Colgate 1 0 1 3-4 L Vermont 1 2 3 (OT) 3-2 W at Williams 4 3 7 11-2 W at Boston College 2 0 2 3-5 L Connecticut 1 6 7 10-2 W New Hampshire 0 4 4 5-7 L Merrimack 2 0 2 6-5 W RMC 3 2 5 5-2 W Air Force 3 4 7 12-4 W Air Force 2 2 4 8-0 W Totals 57 50 107 20-7-1

1904 (5-1) COACH: CAPT. EDWARD KING Newburgh Academy W, 7-1 Mohegan Lake School L, 1-4 Newburgh Alumni W, 4-3 Holbrook W, 8-0 Kingston Military Acad. W, 11-0 Riverview Athletic Club W, 8-1

1912 (2-1-1) COACH: LT. LEROY BARTLETT Stevens Tech W, 5-0 Rensselaer W, 2-1 MIT L, 0-10 Amherst T, 1-1

1905 (7-1) COACH: CAPT. ROBERT FOY Newburgh Alumni W, 3-0 Newburgh Academy W, 4-0 Brooklyn Poly. Inst. W, 6-2 St. Paul’s School L, 1-2 Riverview Military Acad. W, 2-0 Mohegan Lake School W, 2-1 Essex Troop, NJNG W, 2-0 Mohegan Lake School W, 3-2

MIT N. Y. Military Academy Amherst Trinity New York University Norwich

1907 (3-6) COACH: CAPT. ROBERT FOY Trinity Riverview Military Acad. Newburgh Academy London Field Club Rensselaer Cutler School Cornell St. Paul’s School Albany H.S.

W, 1-0 L, 0-3 W, 6-0 L, 0-3 L, 1-2 W, 7-1 L, 0-4 L, 0-2 L, 0-12

1908 (5-2) COACH: LT. GEORGE RUSSELL Cornell L, 0-2 Albany H.S. W, 3-1 Trinity W, 6-0 Riverview Military Acad. W, 5-1 MIT W, 2-1 NYNG 7th Regiment W, 1-0 Pawling School L, 2-3 1909 (0-1-1) COACH: LT. GEORGE RUSSELL Brooklyn Poly. Institute L, 1-2 Pawling School T, 1-1

L, 0-5 W, 27-0 W, 1-0 W, 3-0 W, 7-2 W, 4-0

1914 (2-5) COACH: LT. PHILIP GORDON Mass. Agr. College L, 0-5 Cornell W, 1-0 NYNG 7th Regiment L, 4-7 Princeton L, 3-5 Stone School W, 9-0 Dartmouth L, 3-7 Amherst L, 4-5 1915 (1-4) COACH: LT. FRANK PURDON Mass. Agr. College L, 1-7 Springfield Y.M.C.A. L, 1-2 NYNG 7th Regiment W, 3-0 M.V.M., Batallion “A” L, 1-2 Columbia L, 1-2 1916 (2-1-1) COACH: LT. FRANK PURDON Stevens Tech W, 4-1 Newburgh Athletic Club W, 9-1 Dartmouth L, 0-9 Rensselaer T, 0-0 1917 (6-5) COACH: LT. FRANK PURDON Newman School W, 9-0 New York State College W, 7-1 NYNG 7th Regiment W, 2-1 Colgate L, 2-5 Springfield Y.M.C.A. W, 4-3 MIT W, 2-1 Mass. Agr. College L, 1-2 Dartmouth L, 0-3 Rensselaer W, 2-0 New Rochelle Hockey Club L, 0-2 Verona Hockey Club L, 2-3

1910 (0-4-3) COACH: LT. GEORGE RUSSELL Princeton L, 0-1 Penn T, 0-0 Springfield Training School T, 1-1 MIT L, 0-3 Rensselaer L, 0-3 NYNG 7th Regiment L, 0-4 Columbia T, 0-0

1918 (6-3) COACH: CAPT. JOSEPH VINER Brooklyn Poly. Institute W, 7-0 Flushing H.S. L, 0-1 N.Y. Military Academy W, 8-1 Princeton L, 0-1 Williams L, 2-4 Jamaica H.S. W, 4-0 Erasmus H.S. W, 2-0 Mass. Agr. College W, 2-1 Camp Upton W, 2-1

1911 (1-3) COACH: LT. LEROY BARTLETT Stevens Tech W, 3-0 Amherst L, 0-2 Springfield Training School L, 1-2 Williams L, 2-3

1919 (2-2) COACH: CAPT. PHILIP DAY Brooklyn Hockey Club Crescent Athletic Club Boston College N.Y. Military Academy

W, 1-0 W, 2-1 L, 4-5 L, 0-1

1921 (0-2-1) COACH: TALBOT HUNTER Springfield Y.M.C.A. Williams Hamilton 1922 (5-3-1) COACH: TALBOT HUNTER Albany Country Club Colgate St. Nick’s Hamilton Bates Springfield Mass. Agr. College Dartmouth Williams

T, 3-3 L, 2-3 L, 1-5

W, 2-0 W, 3-0 L, 1-4 W, 3-0 W, 4-1 W, 7-0 L, 3-4 L, 0-3 T, 3-3

1923 (7-7) COACH: TALBOT HUNTER Penn Amherst Lafayette MIT Bates Albany Country Club Princeton F3 RMC Dartmouth Rensselaer Mass. Agr. College Columbia Williams Boston College

W, 2-1 W, 2-1 W, 9-1 L, 5-6 L, 1-2 W, 1-0 L, 2-6 L, 0-3 W, 1-0 W, 5-2 L, 1-2 W, 5-1 L, 1-5 L, 1-9

1924 (3-5) COACH: RAY MARCHAND J5 Royal Bank of Canada J12 Penn J23 Bates F2 MIT F9 Mass. Agr. College Union F16 at RMC F23 Boston College

L, 3-7 L, 1-2 L, 0-1 W, 2-0 W, 3-2 W, 6-2 L, 5-10 L, 3-6

1925 (3-3-1) COACH: RAY MARCHAND Union MIT Bates Boston University Amherst Princeton F22 RMC

W, 4-1 T, 1-1 W, 5-1 L, 3-4 W, 2-0 L, 1-5 L, 0-5

1926 (3-6) COACH: RAY MARCHAND Dartmouth Bates Boston College Amherst

L, 1-5 W, 4-3 L, 3-7 W, 4-2

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Boston University Mass. Agr. College Syracuse Middlebury Williams

L, 0-3 L, 1-2 L, 1-4 W, 3-1 L, 0-3

1927 (0-3-1) COACH: RAY MARCHAND MIT Clarkson Amherst F19 at RMC 1928 (1-8) COACH: RAY MARCHAND Clarkson Bates Mass. Agr. College Boston University Dartmouth Middlebury Amherst F18 RMC Williams 1929 (3-9) COACH: RAY MARCHAND St. Stephen’s Williams Mass. Agr. College Bates New Hampshire MIT Dartmouth Amherst Colgate Norwich F23 at RMC Rensselaer 1930 (6-3-2) COACH: RAY MARCHAND Conn. Agr. College Williams Mass. Agr. College Bates Colgate Vermont Marquette New Hampshire St. Stephen’s F22 RMC Rensselaer

L, 0-7 L, 4-5 T, 1-1 L, 2-7

L, 0-1 L, 0-2 W, 3-0 L, 0-9 L, 1-12 L, 1-3 L, 1-2 L, 3-8 L, 0-7

W, 5-2 L, 0-10 L, 1-3 L, 0-5 L, 1-5 L, 2-5 L, 0-9 L, 3-4 L, 1-8 W, 3-1 L, 3-8 W, 4-1 W, 3-0 T, 2-2 W, 5-3 W, 2-0 T, 2-2 W, 7-2 L, 1-5 L, 2-4 W, 3-0 L, 3-5 W, 1-0

1931 (4-6) COACH: RAY MARCHAND Harvard Mass. Agr. College Bates Boston University MIT New Hampshire Vermont Rensselaer St. Stephen’s M7 at RMC

L, 0-10 L, 1-5 W, 7-1 L, 2-4 L, 2-3 L, 0-2 W, 4-2 W, 8-0 W, 8-0 L, 5-7

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS

1906 (5-1) COACH: CAPT. ROBERT FOY Kingston Military Acad. W, 8-1 Rensselaer W, 3-2 Brooklyn Poly. Institute W, 2-1 St. Paul’s School W, 6-0 Berkeley W, 4-0 Trinity L, 7-9

1913 (5-1) COACH: LT. PHILIP GORDON

1920 (4-2-1) COACH: CAPT. PHILIP DAY New York State College W, 16-0 New Rochelle Hockey Club L, 1-5 Boston College L, 0-5 Penn T, 1-1 Rensselaer W, 2-0 N.Y. Military Academy W, 5-0 Williams W, 1-0

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2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE 1932 (5-4) COACH: RAY MARCHAND Colgate Williams St. Stephen’s Boston University Princeton Conn. Agr. College Vermont Clarkson M5 RMC

W, 6-4 W, 4-2 W, 9-0 L, 3-8 L, 1-7 W, 10-0 W, 9-0 L, 4-9 L, 1-7

1933 (5-4) COACH: RAY MARCHAND

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS

Williams Boston University Yale New Hampshire Hamilton Williams Princeton Union F25 at RMC

W, 3-2 L, 0-7 L, 3-5 W, 4-3 W, 2-1 W, 3-2 L, 1-10 W, 10-2 L, 1-3

1934 (4-6) COACH: RAY MARCHAND MIT Colgate Union Mass. State College New Hampshire Williams Princeton Middlebury Brown RMC

L, 4-7 L, 1-2 W, 4-3 W, 3-2 L, 0-3 W, 2-1 L, 1-9 W, 3-2 L, 2-6 L, 4-6

1935 (4-5-1) COACH: RAY MARCHAND Colgate MIT Mass. State College Union Boston University Hamilton Middlebury Williams Brown M2 at RMC

L, 0-2 W, 1-0 W, 4-3 W, 4-0 L, 2-5 W, 2-1 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 L, 2-6 T, 4-4

1936 (5-4) COACH: RAY MARCHAND Union New Hampshire Middlebury Hamilton Boston University Williams Colgate MIT RMC

W, 6-2 L, 4-8 W, 4-2 W, 6-2 L, 2-5 L, 0-4 W, 5-2 W, 3-1 L, 2-5

1937 (5-5) COACH: RAY MARCHAND Mass. State College New Hampshire Union Colgate Hamilton Williams Boston University Middlebury MIT at RMC

W, 4-1 L, 1-2 W, 3-2 L, 1-2 W, 5-1 L, 1-3 L, 3-5 W, 3-0 W, 5-2 L, 1-4

1938 (5-4-1) COACH: RAY MARCHAND Mass. State College T, 3-3 MIT L, 0-3 Williams L, 1-3 Union W, 3-2 Colgate W, 2-1 Hamilton W, 1-0 Rensselaer W, 12-1 Boston University L, 5-6 Cornell W, 2-1 RMC L, 0-1 1939 (6-4) COACH: RAY MARCHAND Middlebury W, 3-0 Williams L, 0-2 Union W, 10-0 Boston University L, 3-5 MIT W, 4-2 New Hampshire L, 1-2 Colgate L, 2-3 Hamilton W, 3-2 Cornell W, 4-1 at RMC W, 3-2 1940 (6-2-2) COACH: RAY MARCHAND Queen’s Duquesne Boston College Lehigh Boston University Princeton Cornell Middlebury Williams Colgate

L, 1-9 W, 6-3 T, 5-5 W, 5-1 T, 2-2 L, 1-8 W, 4-3 W, 4-3 W, 4-1 W, 3-2

1941 (4-6-1) COACH: RAY MARCHAND Lehigh Cornell Boston College Princeton Union Williams Hamilton Boston University Middlebury at Harvard Dartmouth

W, 6-1 W, 8-4 L, 2-6 L, 2-6 L, 1-2 L, 1-3 W, 4-3 T, 2-2 W, 8-1 L, 2-5 L, 2-6

1942 (1-11) COACH: RAY MARCHAND Yale Williams Yale Colgate Princeton Harvard Cornell Princeton at Harvard Dartmouth Dartmouth M6 RMC

L, 2-10 L, 3-4 L, 1-8 L, 3-5 L, 1-6 L, 2-6 L, 6-8 L, 4-9 L, 2-3 L, 4-9 L, 2-12 W, 3-1

1943 (3-8) COACH: RAY MARCHAND Cornell Yale Princeton Colgate Dartmouth

W, 8-3 L, 3-7 L, 0-5 L, 3-12 L, 4-6

Harvard Princeton Williams at Harvard Dartmouth Yale

L, 1-6 W, 5-2 W, 4-0 L, 4-7 L, 4-6 L, 2-7

1944 (5-4) COACH: LT. COL. JOHN HINES Yale L, 1-6 Dartmouth L, 4-11 Harrington Park W, 10-3 Cornell W, 8-1 Clarkson W, 5-4 Yale L, 0-4 Colgate L, 2-3 Harrington Park W, 8-3 Penn State W, 18-3 1945 (7-2-1) COACH: MAJ. ROBERT LUTZ Cornell W, 13-1 Dartmouth L, 1-5 Yale W, 3-2 Cornell W, 8-4 Yale W, 5-2 Sands Point W, 9-5 Dartmouth L, 1-5 Jamaica Hawks T, 6-6 Westchester Vikings W, 14-5 Brooklyn Torpedos W, 5-2 1946 (7-6) COACH: LEN PATTEN Westchester Vikings W, 18-4 Lehigh W, 17-3 Yale L, 4-5 Dartmouth L, 1-9 Colgate W, 10-3 Princeton W, 8-1 Cornell W, 9-4 Yale L, 1-9 Dartmouth L, 1-11 Toronto L, 1-8 Harvard W, 4-3 Clinton Athletic Club L, 6-9 Manhattan Arrows W, 7-1 1947 (4-9-1) COACH: LEN PATTEN Lehigh Princeton Cornell Hamilton Dartmouth Dartmouth Yale Clarkson Harvard Penn State Yale at Harvard Boston University Williams

W, 12-1 L, 2-5 W, 8-1 T, 2-2 L, 3-6 L, 3-8 L, 1-9 L, 3-4 L, 1-8 W, 12-3 L, 1-9 L, 3-9 L, 5-6 W, 8-1

1948 (11-4-1) COACH: LEN PATTEN J7 New Hampshire W, 7-2 J10 Yale W, 4-3 J14 Colgate L, 4-6 J17 at Cornell W, 9-0 J21 Vermont W, 10-0

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J24 Brown J30 Boston University J31 St. Lawrence F7 at Harvard F14 Lehigh F18 Massachusetts F21 Dartmouth F25 Middlebury F28 Williams M6 Clarkson M13 at Princeton

W, 3-2 L, 3-4 W, 2-1 L, 1-7 W, 12-2 W, 4-0 L, 2-5 W, 7-2 T, 2-2 W, 3-1 W, 5-2

Note: Hockey was converted to major sport status starting with the 1949 season. 1949 (8-7) COACH: LEN PATTEN J8 Brown J12 Princeton J15 New Hampshire J19 Lehigh J22 Middlebury J29 Boston University F2 Clarkson F5 at Yale F12 Harvard F16 Colgate F19 Williams F23 Hamilton F26 at Dartmouth M12 RMC Clarkson

W, 5-3 W, 3-1 W, 4-3 W, 12-2 W, 5-2 L, 3-4 L, 1-4 L, 4-6 L, 0-11 L, 4-5 W, 3-2 W, 4-0 L, 1-9 W, 5-4 L, 4-7

1950 (3-9) COACH: LEN PATTEN J7 Brown J11 Yale J14 Harvard J21 Clarkson J28 at Princeton F4 Middlebury F11 Boston University F18 Dartmouth F22 Colgate F25 Hamilton M4 Williams M11 at RMC

L, 3-12 L, 0-8 W, 7-6 (OT) L, 0-5 L, 2-7 W, 6-5 L, 3-13 L, 3-9 L, 3-6 W, 7-3 L, 1-3 L, 4-6

1951 (2-10-1) COACH: JACK RILEY Middlebury Princeton St. Lawrence Boston University Dartmouth Clarkson Yale Hamilton Brown Harvard Williams Northeastern RMC

L, 1-2 T, 3-3 L, 2-4 L, 0-5 L, 2-7 L, 4-6 L, 1-8 L, 3-7 L, 3-9 L, 2-10 W, 6-2 L, 2-11 W, 4-2

L, 2-6 L, 2-4 L, 1-10 W, 8-0 L, 2-4 L, 1-3 L, 5-7 W, 7-3 L, 3-6 L, 1-9 L, 1-9 L, 2-8 L, 1-7 L, 4-7 W, 6-4

1953 (8-8) COACH: JACK RILEY Rhode Island Providence J10 Amherst J14 Princeton J17 at Hamilton J21 Springfield J24 Boston University J28 Norwich J31 Clarkson F4 Middlebury F7 Massachusetts F14 MIT F18 Rensselaer F21 at Yale F28 at Dartmouth M7 RMC

W, 5-2 L, 2-4 W, 5-2 W, 5-4 W, 8-0 W, 4-2 L, 0-4 L, 2-6 L, 1-5 L, 0-6 W, 8-1 W, 8-3 L, 2-5 L, 0-10 L, 1-7 W, 5-4

1954 (10-7) COACH: JACK RILEY D12 Clarkson J9 at Princeton J13 American Int’l J16 Amherst J23 Williams J27 St. Lawrence J30 Springfield F3 Yale F6 New Hampshire F10 Middlebury F12 at MIT F13 at Boston Univ. F17 Hamilton F20 Massachusetts F24 Rhode Island F27 Dartmouth M6 at RMC

L, 0-12 L, 1-7 W, 6-4 W, 4-3 W, 6-3 L, 0-9 W, 6-3 L, 1-6 W, 8-2 L, 0-6 W, 8-3 L, 3-6 W, 3-2 W, 9-5 W, 4-0 L, 2-4 W, 5-3

1955 (8-8) COACH: JACK RILEY J8 Hamilton W, 3-1 J12 Princeton L, 1-6 J15 at Yale L, 0-8 J19 Amherst W, 10-3 J22 Springfield W, 7-2 J26 American Int’l W, 11-3 J29 MIT W, 10-4 F2 New Hampshire W, 3-1 F5 Boston Univ. L, 4-7 F12 Middlebury L, 4-5 F16 Williams W, 2-0 F19 at Dartmouth L, 4-10

F25 at Clarkson F26 at St. Lawrence M1 Lehigh M5 RMC

L, 0-17 L, 1-14 W, 11-2 L, 2-3 (OT)

1956 (11-5) COACH: JACK RILEY Rye J7 at Princeton J14 Amherst J18 Williams J21 Middlebury J28 Colby F1 Yale F4 American Int’l F11 at Boston Univ. F15 New Hampshire F18 Dartmouth F22 St. Lawrence F25 at Hamilton F29 Massachusetts M3 Norwich M10 at RMC

W, 7-2 L, 5-6 (OT) W, 4-3 L, 3-4 W, 2-1 (OT) W, 6-2 W, 2-1 L, 2-6 L, 4-6 W, 10-2 W, 4-3 L, 0-6 W, 5-1 W, 12-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-2

1956-57 (14-4) Coach: Jack Riley D15 Holy Cross W, 13-3 J5 Tufts L, 4-5 J9 Princeton W, 5-2 J12 Norwich W, 5-2 J16 Williams W, 8-4 J18 at Middlebury W, 6-4 J19 at Dartmouth L, 2-9 J26 American Int’l W, 3-2 F2 New Hampshire W, 9-1 F6 Hamilton W, 6-2 F9 Boston Univ. L, 5-6 (OT) F16 at MIT W, 8-0 F20 Amherst W, 10-3 F23 Boston College L, 4-8 F27 Yale W, 7-2 M1 at Bowdoin W, 12-1 M2 at Colby W, 11-3 M9 RMC W, 7-2 1957-58 (15-4-1) COACH: JACK RILEY D7 Tufts D14 at Princeton D18 Norwich J8 Middlebury J11 Brown J15 Holy Cross J18 at Yale J25 American Int’l J29 Providence F1 Colby F5 Boston Univ. F8 Boston College F12 Hamilton F15 Dartmouth F19 Northeastern F21 at Williams F22 at Amherst F26 St. Lawrence F28 New Hampshire M8 at RMC

W, 8-5 W, 4-3 W, 5-2 L, 5-9 W, 5-4 W, 9-1 T, 4-4 (OT) W, 7-2 W, 5-0 W, 4-3 L, 3-9 W, 5-4 (OT) W, 6-2 L, 2-3 W, 6-0 W, 8-2 W, 7-2 L, 3-4 W, 6-1 W, 5-1

1958-59 (9-10-1) COACH: JACK RILEY D3 Middlebury L, 1-11 D6 MIT W, 12-0 D13 at Brown W, 5-2 D17 Hamilton W, 2-1 J9 at Norwich L, 1-6 J10 at Dartmouth L, 3-5 J14 Yale L, 3-5 J17 Boston Univ. L, 1-5 J25 Providence W, 2-1 J28 American Int’l W, 7-1 J31 Colby L, 4-5 (OT) F3 Princeton L, 1-4 F7 Boston College L, 4-8 F11 Williams W, 4-0 F14 Colgate W, 14-1 F18 Amherst W, 6-2 F21 New Hampshire W, 3-1 F27 at Northeastern L, 2-3 F28 at Tufts# T, 3-3 (OT) M7 RMC L, 1-6 #Cambridge, Mass. 1959-60 (16-5-1) COACH: JACK RILEY D4 Norwich W, 4-3 (OT) D5 Colgate W, 8-0 D12 at Princeton L, 1-3 D16 American Int’l W, 6-2 D19 Merrimack W, 8-4 J6 Northeastern W, 8-3 J13 Brown W, 5-1 J16 Boston Univ. L, 0-7 J23 Providence L, 2-3 J30 Dartmouth T, 2-2 (OT) F1 Colby L, 1-4 F3 Amherst W, 4-2 F6 Middlebury W, 6-2 F10 Hamilton W, 9-5 F13 Massachusetts W, 6-1 F17 Williams W, 6-4 F19 at New Hampshire W, 8-1 F20 at Boston College L, 3-6 F24 Penn W, 12-2 F26 Cornell W, 7-2 F27 Tufts W, 6-0 M5 at RMC W, 7-5 1960-61 (17-8) COACH: JACK RILEY D3 Princeton W, 6-2 D9 at Yale W, 5-2 D10 at Brown W, 3-2 D14 American Int’l W, 11-1 D16 Ohio Univ. W, 7-2 D17 Harvard L, 1-3 D21 Penn W, 12-0 D27 vs. Providence# L, 2-3 D28 at Boston Univ.# L, 3-4 D29 vs. Brown W, 5-2 J4 Colgate W, 8-2 J8 Northeastern W, 5-1 J13 Middlebury L, 2-11 J14 Bowdoin L, 3-4 (OT) J18 Williams W, 6-3 J20 New Hampshire W, 5-0 J21 St. Nick’s W, 6-1 J28 at Dartmouth L, 3-4 F1 Massachusetts W, 6-1 F8 Hamilton W,, 4-0

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W, 11-1 W, 4-2 L, 2-3 L, 2-7 W, 7-1

1961-62 (17-6-1) COACH: JACK RILEY D9 at Princeton L, 0-3 D13 American Int’l W, 13-0 D15 Norwich W, 5-4 (OT) D16 at Harvard L, 1-5 D20 Ohio Univ. W, 10-0 J3 Merrimack W, 4-2 J6 Boston Univ. W, 4-0 J10 Massachusetts W, 4-1 J13 St. Nick’s (exh.) L, 2-5 J17 Williams L, 2-3 J20 Penn W, 7-0 J27 Dartmouth W, 6-5 (OT) J29 Western Mich. W, 14-3 J31 Yale W, 3-1 F3 at Colgate L, 1-4 F7 Providence W, 4-1 F9 at Hamilton W, 2-0 F10 at Middlebury T, 3-3 (OT) F17 Boston College W, 5-2 F23 Northeastern W, 7-2 F24 New Hampshire W, 5-3 F26 Swiss National Team W, 5-4 F28 Brown W, 5-1 M3 at RMC W, 3-2 M6 at Harvard^ L, 1-2 (OT) ^ECAC Tournament 1962-63 (17-6-2) COACH: JACK RILEY D5 Rutgers W, 15-0 D8 at Brown L, 1-8 D12 American Int’l W, 7-5 D15 Hamilton W, 5-0 D17 Ohio Univ. W, 6-1 D19 Harvard T, 2-2 (OT) J3 vs. Yale L, 2-3 (OT) J5 Northeastern W, 4-2 J9 Princeton W, 3-2 J12 at Yale L, 2-4 J19 Penn W, 7-1 J25 at MIT W, 8-0 J26 at Dartmouth W, 6-4 J30 Merrimack W, 8-2 F2 Middlebury W, 4-1 F6 Massachusetts W, 9-0 F8 New Hampshire W, 3-2 (OT) F9 St. Nick’s W, 6-3 F13 Providence L, 0-1 F15 at Williams W, 5-1 F16 at Boston College L, 2-4 F20 Colgate T, 1-1 (OT) F23 Boston Univ. W, 4-3 M2 RMC W, 9-4 M5 at Boston College^ L, 1-3 ^ECAC Tournament

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS

1952 (3-12) COACH: JACK RILEY J5 at Princeton J12 Hamilton J16 Yale J19 Williams J23 Middlebury J26 Dartmouth F2 Amherst F6 Colby F9 Boston University F13 Rensselaer F16 Harvard F22 at St. Lawrence F23 at Clarkson M1 at RMC Providence

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2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE 1963-64 (20-8) COACH: JACK RILEY D11 American Int’l W, 10-1 D13 Hamilton W, 8-1 D14 Middlebury W, 11-1 D18 Harvard W, 5-1 D19 vs. Boston College+ L, 2-10 D20 vs. Brown+ L, 1-4 D27 at Minn-Duluth L, 2-7 D28 at Minnesota L, 3-6 J4 at Massachusetts W, 8-0 J11 Bowdoin L, 6-7 J18 Dartmouth W, 2-0 J22 Colby W, 5-2 J25 Penn W, 9-0 J26 New Hampshire W, 6-1 J29 Brown W, 6-0 F1 Yale W, 5-1 F3 Ohio University W, 12-1 F5 Merrimack W, 6-1 F8 Providence W, 5-4 F11 at Princeton W, 4-1 F14 at Boston University W, 3-1 F15 at Northeastern W, 7-3 F18 Williams W, 12-0 F20 Colgate L, 1-4 F22 Boston College W, 5-1 F24 St. Nick’s W, 6-4 M7 at RMC L, 2-4 M10 St. Lawrence^ L, 2-3 +ECAC Holiday Tourn., New York, N.Y. ^ECAC Tournament, West Point, N.Y. 1964-65 (17-7) COACH: JACK RILEY D5 Princeton W, 6-3 D9 Hamilton W, 12-0 D11 at Middlebury W, 5-0 D12 at Harvard W, 5-2 D16 American Int’l W, 8-4 D18 Ohio University W, 10-3 D19 vs. Hamilton W, 7-0 J2 St. Nick’s W, 2-1 J6 Massachusetts W, 8-1 J9 at Brown L, 3-7 J16 Penn W, 13-0 J23 at Dartmouth L, 1-3 J25 Providence L, 3-4 (OT) J30 at Yale L, 3-4 (OT) F6 Boston University L, 4-5 F8 New Hampshire W, 6-1 F10 Colgate W, 7-3 F13 Boston College L, 2-6 F17 Williams W, 5-2 F19 at Bowdoin W, 4-2 F20 at Colby W, 6-0 F24 Merrimack W, 2-1 F27 Northeastern L, 3-4 (OT) M6 RMC W, 6-0 1965-66 (17-7-1) COACH: JACK RILEY D5 Middlebury W, 4-0 D8 at Princeton L, 4-9 D11 Bowdoin W, 4-3 (OT) D14 American Int’l W, 9-6 D17 Ohio University W, 10-4 D18 Rensselaer W, 7-2 D28 at Wisconsin W, 4-2 D29 at Wisconsin W, 4-2 J1 St. Nick’s W, 6-2 J6 Massachusetts W, 12-1

J8 Brown J15 Penn J22 Dartmouth J26 Colby J29 Yale F4 at Hamilton F5 at Colgate F8 New Hampshire F12 Boston University F18 at Providence F19 at Boston College F22 at Williams F26 Northeastern M1 Merrimack M5 at RMC

L, 4-10 W, 7-2 T, 1-1 (OT) W, 5-2 W, 6-2 W, 14-3 L, 1-7 W, 6-0 L, 1-2 W, 6-2 L, 2-6 W, 7-3 L, 2-5 W, 3-1 L, 3-8

1966-67 (15-12) COACH: JACK RILEY D3 Middlebury W, 5-1 D7 Princeton W, 5-3 D10 Bowdoin W, 9-2 D15 American Int’l W, 6-2 D17 at Rensselaer L, 6-7 D20 Ohio University W, 14-0 D27 vs. Minnesota# L, 1-12 D28 vs. North Dakota# L, 3-7 D29 at Minn.-Duluth L, 2-10 J1 St. Nick’s L, 4-5 J2 Wisconsin L, 0-1 J5 Massachusetts W, 17-2 J7 Providence W, 5-1 J14 Penn W, 14-0 J21 at Dartmouth L, 4-6 J25 at Yale L, 3-4 F1 Hamilton W, 6-2 F4 at Brown W, 3-1 F6 New Hampshire L, 4-5 (OT) F11 Colgate W, 3-1 F13 Colby L, 4-6 F17 at Northeastern W, 4-2 F18 at Boston University L, 2-12 F21 Williams W, 9-4 F25 Boston College L, 2-5 F28 Merrimack W, 7-2 M4 RMC W, 9-1 #St. Paul, Minn. Tournament 1967-68 (14-10) COACH: JACK RILEY D6 at Princeton L, 3-8 D8 at Norwich W, 2-1 D9 at Middlebury W, 6-4 D12 American Int’l L, 3-6 D14 Hamilton W, 8-1 D16 Rensselaer L, 4-5 J6 Providence W, 5-3 J13 St. Nick’s W, 8-3 J20 Colgate L, 2-3 J25 Vermont W, 6-1 J27 Northeastern L, 2-3 (OT) J29 Penn W, 10-1 F3 Brown W, 4-2 F7 Dartmouth L, 4-5 F9 at Massachusetts W, 6-1 F10 at New Hampshire L, 2-9 F14 Yale W, 4-2 F17 Boston University W, 5-2 F21 Williams W, 9-2 F23 at Bowdoin W, 5-2 F24 at Colby L, 4-6 M2 Boston College L, 1-7 M4 Merrimack L, 3-5 M9 at RMC W, 4-2

1968-69 (20-7-1) COACH: JACK RILEY D5 American Int’l W, 7-3 D7 Middlebury W, 9-6 D11 Princeton W, 3-1 D14 Norwich W, 5-2 D27 at Rensselaer+ L, 2-5 D28 vs. Waterloo+ L, 2-9 D29 vs. Ohio University W, 9-4 J4 at Dartmouth T, 7-7 (OT) J11 St. Nick’s W, 5-3 J18 Bishop’s W, 10-1 J21 at Penn W, 9-6 J25 Northeastern W, 5-1 J31 at Providence L, 1-5 F1 at Brown L, 4-6 F5 Massachusetts W, 5-1 F8 Bowdoin W, 7-3 F12 at Yale W, 3-1 F14 at Hamilton W, 8-7 (OT) F15 at Colgate L, 3-4 F17 Vermont W, 3-2 (OT) F21 at Williams W, 11-2 F22 at Boston College L, 3-5 F24 Connecticut W, 10-2 M1 New Hampshire L, 5-7 M3 Merrimack W, 6-5 M8 RMC W, 5-2 M22 vs. Air Force# W, 12-4 M23 vs. Air Force# W, 8-0 +RPI Tournament, Troy, N.Y. #St. Petersburg, Fla. 1969-70 (13-12) COACH: JACK RILEY D4 American Int’l W, 8-2 D6 Middlebury W, 2-1 D9 at Princeton W, 2-0 D13 at Bowdoin L, 0-4 D16 New Hampshire L, 1-2 D19 vs. Harvard# L, 3-9 D20 vs. Brown# L, 2-9 J10 Bishop’s W, 3-2 J17 Penn W, 2-1 J24 at Northeastern L, 4-7 J27 Providence L, 2-3 (OT) J31 Brown L, 3-5 F4 Williams W, 3-2 (OT) F7 St. Nick’s L, 3-4 (OT) F10 Yale W, 3-2 (OT) F13 at Norwich W, 5-4 (OT) F14 at Vermont W, 4-0 F17 Rensselaer L, 2-7 F19 Hamilton W, 3-0 F21 Colgate W, 3-1 F23 at Connecticut L, 2-3 F25 Dartmouth W, 5-0 F28 Boston College L, 0-4 M2 Merrimack L, 4-5 M7 at RMC W, 3-2 #ECAC Holiday Tourn., Boston, Mass. 1970-71 (8-14-1) COACH: JACK RILEY D4 at New Hampshire L, 5-11 D5 at Middlebury L, 4-5 D9 Princeton W, 7-2 D12 Bowdoin L, 1-2 (OT) D18 at Sherbrooke L, 2-5 D19 at Bishop’s L, 2-3 J9 Norwich W, 7-3 J13 at Penn L, 1-5

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J16 St. Nick’s J23 Northeastern J26 at Williams J27 at Yale J30 Providence F2 at Rensselaer F6 at Brown F11 Merrimack F13 at American Int’l F15 Connecticut F20 Colgate F22 at Dartmouth F28 Boston College M2 Vermont M6 RMC

W, 3-0 W, 3-2 L, 3-4 (OT) L, 4-5 (OT) L, 0-3 T, 4-4 (OT) L, 0-5 L, 3-5 W, 5-1 W, 12-0 W, 3-1 L, 3-5 L, 2-5 L, 1-4 W, 6-0

1971-72 (11-14) COACH: JACK RILEY D4 Middlebury W, 3-1 D8 at Princeton L, 4-5 (OT) D11 Harvard L, 2-5 D17 College Mil. Royal W, 8-2 D18 College Mil. Royal L, 2-3 J8 St. Nick’s W, 6-1 J12 at Connecticut W, 4-2 J15 American Int’l W, 7-6 J22 Northeastern W, 3-2 (OT) J25 Yale L, 5-6 J28 at Providence L, 4-5 J29 at Colgate L, 3-4 (OT) F4 Williams W, 4-2 F5 St. Anselm L, 2-3 F8 Rensselaer L, 3-4 F12 Brown L, 2-3 (OT) F18 at Norwich W, 5-4 F19 at Vermont L, 3-5 F23 SUNY Oswego W, 7-3 F25 at Boston College L, 3-6 F26 at Merrimack L, 1-3 F29 New Hampshire L, 0-4 M3 Lake Forest W, 8-0 M4 Lake Forest W, 6-2 M11 at RMC L, 4-7 1972-73 (9-17-1) COACH: JACK RILEY D6 Ithaca W, 8-2 D8 MacDonald W, 10-1 D9 MacDonald W, 9-2 D13 Princeton W, 6-4 D15 at College Mil. Royal L, 4-6 D16 at College Mil. Royal W, 4-2 J6 St. Nick’s L, 4-6 J9 at Williams L, 1-9 J13 Providence L, 1-6 J20 St. Anselm L, 4-6 J23 Connecticut W, 9-1 J25 at Yale L, 1-6 J27 New Hampshire L, 2-7 J31 at Rensselaer L, 3-9 F3 American Int’l L, 7-8 F5 Vermont L, 2-3 (OT) F7 UMass-Lowell L, 1-4 F10 at Brown L, 3-4 F12 Norwich W, 7-6 (OT) F15 Penn L, 4-8 F17 Colgate L, 3-6 F19 at Northeastern L, 3-9 F24 Boston College L, 2-5 F27 SUNY-Oswego W, 9-2 M2 at Lake Forest W, 4-3 M3 at Lake Forest L, 6-7 M10 RMC T, 4-4

1974-75 (18-11) COACH: JACK RILEY D4 New Haven W, 12-3 D7 UMass-Lowell L, 3-4 D10 Elmira W, 5-1 D13 at Amherst L, 5-6 D14 at Massachusetts L, 6-8 D21 vs. SUNY Oswego# L, 4-5 (OT) D22 at Elmira# L, 1-6 J4 St. Nick’s W, 5-3 J8 Holy Cross W, 6-5 (OT) J11 Merrimack W, 4-1 J18 St. Anselm’s W, 7-4 J21 at Yale L, 2-9 J24 at Williams W, 8-2 J25 at North Adams W, 10-4 J30 Connecticut W, 8-4 F1 Salem State L, 2-4 F3 Babson W, 3-2 F5 Wesleyan W, 13-2 F7 at SUNY Oswego W, 5-3 F8 at Ithaca L, 1-4 F11 Princeton L, 4-5 (OT) F14 at College Mil. Royal W, 16-1 F15 at College Mil. Royal W, 6-5 F17 New England College W, 4-2 F21 at Boston College L, 7-9 F22 at Bridgewater State W, 9-4 F25 Norwich W, 7-4 M1 at Bowdoin^ L, 4-8 M8 RMC W, 2-1 #Elmira, N.Y. Tournament ^ECAC Div. II Tournament 1975-76 (18-9-1) COACH: JACK RILEY D3 Ithaca D6 UMass-Lowell D9 Bridgewater State

W, 7-2 W, 10-6 W, 14-1

D12 at Wesleyan D13 at New Haven J3 St. Nick’s J7 Holy Cross J17 Williams J20 Bryant J23 Air Force J24 Air Force J28 North Adams J31 SUNY Oswego F3 Massachusetts F6 College Mil. Royal F7 College Mil. Royal F10 at Princeton F13 at Norwich F15 at Babson F18 St. Anselm’s F21 Boston College F24 Salem State F27 at Connecticut F28 at Merrimack M2 New England M6 at Union^ M10 at Merrimack^ M13 at RMC ^ECAC Div. II Tournament

W, 4-1 W, 8-5 W, 6-2 L, 3-5 W, 6-3 W, 9-6 W, 3-0 L, 2-9 W, 6-2 L, 1-5 L, 2-6 W, 12-2 W, 10-0 L, 3-7 L, 2-7 W, 8-3 W, 4-1 L, 4-6 W, 5-1 W, 11-0 L, 3-5 W, 9-2 W, 3-2 L, 2-8 T, 4-4

1976-77 (22-6-1) COACH: JACK RILEY N20 Norwich W, 5-4 (OT) N26 Framingham State W, 11-5 D1 SUNY Plattsburgh W, 11-1 D4 New England College W, 7-2 D8 Bridgewater State W, 10-4 D10 at Massachusetts W, 7-2 D11 at Holy Cross W, 6-5 D14 Wesleyan W, 6-1 D17 Bryant W, 11-2 J8 St. Nick’s W, 14-3 J13 Elmira W, 10-4 J22 SUNY Oswego W, 4-2 J26 North Adams W, 6-4 J28 at Air Force L, 3-6 J29 at Air Force L, 2-6 F1 New Haven W, 9-0 F4 at College Mil. Royal W, 10-2 F5 at College Mil. Royal W, 15-2 F8 Princeton W, 6-2 F11 at Salem State W, 4-3 F12 at St. Anselm’s L, 4-7 F16 Connecticut W, 5-2 F19 Boston College L, 2-4 F21 at UMass-Lowell L, 3-5 F23 Babson W, 5-0 F26 Merrimack T, 4-4 (OT) M5 American Int’l^ W, 7-6 (OT) M9 Union^ L, 4-11 M12 RMC W, 11-2 ^ECAC Div. II Tournament, West Point, N.Y. 1977-78 (13-12-1) COACH: JACK RILEY N19 at Norwich L, 3-4 (OT) N25 Framingham State L, 8-9 (OT) N28 Elmira L, 4-11 N30 SUNY Plattsburgh W, 6-5 D3 New England College W, 7-1 D7 Massachusetts L, 0-4 D9 at Bryant L, 5-7 D10 at North Adams W, 6-3

D14 at Connecticut W, 10-6 D16 SUNY Cortland W, 5-3 J7 St. Nick’s W, 5-4 (OT) J21 Merrimack W, 4-3 J28 SUNY Oswego W, 5-2 F1 Salem State L, 2-7 F3 College Mil. Royal W, 11-4 F4 College Mil. Royal% W, 1-0 F9 New Haven T, 4-4 (OT) F11 St. Anselm’s L, 1-5 F14 UMass-Lowell L, 3-9 F18 at RMC L, 6-7 F20 at SUNY Oswego W, 8-4 F22 Babson W, 8-4 F24 at Boston College L, 4-7 F25 at Bridgewater State L, 5-7 F28 Holy Cross W, 6-3 M4 at SUNY Plattsburgh^ L, 3-6 %Won by forfeit ^ECAC Div. II Tournament 1978-79 (7-21) COACH: JACK RILEY N18 Norwich L, 5-6 (OT) N22 Princeton L, 1-8 N25 at Union W, 5-0 D6 Bryant W, 6-5 D8 at Massachusetts W, 10-5 D9 at New England College L, 2-6 D12 Connecticut L, 4-5 (OT) D15 SUNY Cortland W, 5-3 D16 Bridgewater State L, 2-5 J3 St. Nick’s L, 3-10 J5 vs. American Int’l# L, 3-6 J6 vs. Norwich# L, 5-6 (OT) J9 at Williams L, 3-6 J20 SUNY Oswego L, 1-4 J27 RMC W, 12-4 J31 Salem State L, 0-6 F2 at College Mil. Royal L, 6-8 F3 at College Mil. Royal L, 6-7 F9 Boston College L, 2-6 F10 St. Anselm’s W, 6-4 F14 UMass-Lowell L, 5-13 F16 at SUNY Plattsburgh L, 2-5 F17 at Elmira L, 2-13 F19 at New Haven L, 2-5 F23 at Babson L, 2-5 F24 at Framingham State L, 4-8 F27 Holy Cross L, 1-12 M1 Hamilton W, 5-3 #Merrimack Tournament, N. Andover, Mass. 1979-80 (19-12-1) COACH: JACK RILEY N10 Upsala W, 13-4 N14 Iona W, 10-4 N17 at Norwich L, 7-8 (OT) N21 at UMass-Lowell W, 3-0 N24 Union W, 9-2 N28 Bridgewater State W, 4-2 N30 at SUNY Cortland W, 8-2 D1 at SUNY Cortland W, 7-0 D5 at Connecticut W, 5-4 (OT) D8 at Middlebury T, 3-3 (OT) D11 Williams L, 7-8 J3 St. Nick’s W, 5-3 J5 vs. Framingham State# W, 7-1 J6 at Holy Cross# L, 4-10 J7 at Boston State W, 10-3

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J9 Framingham State W, 9-1 J12 Bryant W, 10-4 J16 UMass-Boston W, 13-2 J19 Merrimack L, 2-7 J23 New England L, 8-10 J26 at RMC L, 2-5 J29 Westfield State L, 5-6 F1 College Mil. Royal W, 14-1 F6 Babson W, 4-3 F8 at Salem State L, 2-4 F9 at St. Anselm’s W, 8-6 F15 SUNY Oswego L, 4-10 F16 American Int’l L, 2-4 F20 New Haven W, 8-2 F23 Boston College L, 3-9 F26 at Hamilton W, 3-1 M1 SUNY Oswego^ L, 6-12 #Holy Cross Tourn., Worcester, Mass. ^ECAC Div. II West Playoffs 1980-81 (21-13-1) COACH: JACK RILEY O31 at Alaska Anchorage W, 2-1 N1 at Alaska Anchorage L, 6-9 N2 at Alaska Fairbanks W, 10-2 N3 at Alaska Fairbanks W, 12-2 N8 Upsala W, 11-1 N11 at Westfield State L, 4-5 N15 Norwich L, 7-11 N19 Iona W, 9-2 N21 vs. SUNY Cortland# W, 5-2 N22 at SUNY Oswego# L, 2-7 N26 at New Haven L, 6-10 N29 at Union T, 3-3 (OT) D3 Connecticut W, 7-1 D5 Middlebury W, 5-2 D6 at Williams L, 4-5 (OT) J3 St. Nick’s W, 8-6 J7 at American Int’l L, 2-6 J9 at Boston State W, 12-4 J10 at Babson L, 0-6 J12 St. Anselm’s W, 14-5 J14 Framingham State W, 7-3 J17 Merrimack W, 6-5 J21 Elmira L, 7-8 J23 SUNY Cortland W, 12-2 J24 SUNY Cortland W, 11-1 J30 Hamilton W, 4-3 J31 Salem State L, 0-9 F4 UMass-Lowell L, 5-9 F7 College Mil. Royal W, 8-5 F13 Kent State W, 7-4 F14 Kent State W, 9-2 F21 RMC W, 10-5 F24 Holy Cross L, 5-7 F27 at Boston College L, 1-5 F28 at UMass-Boston W, 9-2 #Miller Invitational, Oswego, N.Y.

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1973-74 (20-7-1) COACH: JACK RILEY D4 Ithaca W, 6-5 (OT) D7 MacDonald W, 9-2 D8 MacDonald W, 7-4 D12 at Princeton L, 4-13 D14 Lake Forest W, 10-2 D15 Lake Forest W, 9-0 D18 St. Nick’s W, 3-1 J3 Providence L, 3-8 J5 at American Int’l W, 8-5 J9 Holy Cross W, 10-4 J11 College Mil. Royal W, 10-4 J12 College Mil. Royal W, 10-4 J19 Amherst W, 8-3 J21 Babson W, 6-1 J23 Yale W, 3-2 J26 St. Anselm’s W, 7-4 J30 Salem State L, 2-7 F1 at Connecticut W, 7-3 F2 at Wesleyan W, 4-1 F6 Williams L, 4-5 F9 Brown L, 3-5 F12 UMass-Lowell W, 7-4 F15 at Norwich W, 4-3 F16 at New Haven W, 12-1 F23 Boston College L, 4-5 F26 Merrimack W, 5-4 M2 at RMC T, 4-4 M3 at Vermont^ L, 1-10 ^ECAC Div. II Tournament

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2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE 1981-82 (25-11) COACH: JACK RILEY O30 Kent State W, 9-3 O31 Kent State W, 9-2 N7 at St. Lawrence L, 5-7 N11 at Elmira W, 8-3 N14 at Norwich W, 5-2 N20 SUNY Oswego L, 3-6 N22 Brown L, 6-10 N24 at Yale L, 3-12 N25 Alaska Anchorage W, 7-2 N27 Union W, 9-2 D1 Westfield State W, 8-5 D4 at UMass-Boston W, 11-1 D5 at Middlebury W, 7-0 D8 at Connecticut L, 4-10 D10 UMass-Boston L, 5-7 D12 at Upsala W, 8-0 J2 St. Nick’s W, 8-6 J4 at Boston State W, 14-4 J6 at Holy Cross W, 8-4 J7 at Framingham State W, 5-3 J9 at Northeastern L, 2-11 J16 St. Anselm’s L, 3-8 J20 Williams W, 6-5 J22 SUNY Cortland W, 13-6 J23 SUNY Cortland W, 7-3 J26 at Iona W, 13-6 J29 Bentley W, 8-2 F3 UMass-Lowell W, 7-5 F6 at RMC L, 3-4 F7 at Hamilton L, 1-7 F10 Upsala W, 12-3 F13 College Mil. Royal W, 10-4 F20 Boston College L, 4-7 F22 American Int’l W, 9-3 M5 vs. Eastern Mich.# W, 10-5 M6 vs. Penn State# W, 10-3 #Kent State (Ohio) Tournament 1982-83 (25-11-1) COACH: JACK RILEY O29 Kent State W, 17-3 O30 Kent State W, 10-2 N3 Elmira W, 7-3 N6 St. Lawrence L, 0-2 N11 at Westfield State L, 4-5 N13 Norwich L, 2-4 N19 at SUNY Oswego T, 3-3 (OT) N21 at Brown L, 4-10 N24 at UMass-Lowell L, 2-6 N26 at Union L, 5-8 N30 Connecticut W, 5-4 D3 Bowdoin W, 8-4 D4 Middlebury W, 5-3 D10 Upsala W, 12-2 J3 St. Nick’s L, 2-3 J5 at Framingham State W, 10-3 J7 Ryerson W, 10-2 J8 Ryerson L, 4-5 J11 Boston College L, 2-6 J13 Colby W, 7-6 J15 at Merrimack L, 1-8 J19 Iona W, 5-2 J21 at SUNY Cortland W, 8-4 J22 at SUNY Cortland W, 5-3 J26 Brown W, 3-2 J27 Hamilton W, 6-4 J29 Northeastern W, 6-5 F2 at Williams W, 10-2 F5 at College Mil. Royal W, 10-3 F8 Bentley W, 6-3

F12 at St. Anselm’s W, 6-4 F16 at American Int’l W, 8-3 F19 RMC L, 2-3 F21 at Upsala W, 8-2 F23 Holy Cross W, 2-1 F25 vs. Iowa State# W, 10-3 F26 vs. Lake Forest# W, 5-4 #Kent State (Ohio) Tournament 1983-84 (28-5-1) COACH: JACK RILEY O28 Brock W, 6-3 O29 Brock W, 7-4 N2 at Elmira T, 3-3 (OT) N5 at St. Lawrence L, 6-9 N10 Westfield State W, 13-3 N13 at Norwich L, 2-5 N18 SUNY Oswego W, 7-3 N21 Brown W, 6-1 N25 Union W, 5-4 N30 Framingham State W, 9-1 D2 at Colby W, 5-2 D3 at Bowdoin L, 2-3 D9 Upsala W, 10-1 D10 SUNY Cortland W, 11-1 J1 SUNY Geneseo W, 4-0 J4 at Holy Cross W, 5-2 J6 Waterloo W, 7-5 J7 Waterloo W, 7-4 J12 Trinity W, 5-1 J14 Merrimack W, 6-2 J17 at Iona W, 5-1 J24 Williams W, 6-2 J27 Buffalo W, 12-3 J28 Buffalo W, 9-5 F1 UMass-Boston W, 11-2 F4 St. Anselm’s W, 7-2 F8 at Upsala W, 15-1 F11 College Mil. Royal W, 12-2 F16 American Int’l W, 16-3 F18 at RMC L, 5-8 F20 at Hamilton W, 4-2 F24 at Boston College L, 1-9 F26 at Middlebury W, 7-4 M3 UMass-Lowell W, 5-3 1984-85 (17-13) COACH: JACK RILEY O26 Ryerson W, 9-3 O27 Ryerson W, 13-5 N3 at UMass-Lowell L, 4-6 N8 Iona W, 7-3 N10 Norwich W, 5-2 N13 at Union W, 5-3 N17 at Colgate L, 2-9 N18 at Cornell L, 4-6 N23 Harvard L, 4-5 N24 Dartmouth L, 3-4 (OT) N27 Princeton L, 1-4 D1 Middlebury W, 3-2 (OT) D7 at Rensselaer L, 0-8 D8 at Vermont L, 3-4 (OT) J4 Clarkson L, 3-5 J5 St. Lawrence L, 4-5 J11 at Brown L, 3-6 J12 at Yale L, 2-4 J19 Buffalo W, 15-2 J20 Buffalo W, 6-3 J23 Babson W, 3-2 J26 Hamilton W, 9-3 J29 at Williams W, 7-2 F2 St. Anselm’s W, 4-3

F6 Trinity F9 RMC F14 at American Int’l F16 Merrimack F23 at Babson F26 Holy Cross

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1985-86 (18-11-1) COACH: JACK RILEY O25 Ryerson W, 5-0 O26 Ryerson W, 7-2 N1 Elmira L, 2-6 N9 at St. Anselm’s T, 3-3 (OT) N10 at Norwich W, 7-6 (OT) N15 Colgate W, 7-6 N16 Cornell L, 3-4 N22 at Harvard L, 4-6 N23 at Dartmouth L, 5-6 (OT) D6 Rensselaer L, 3-6 D8 Vermont L, 0-1 D10 at Princeton L, 2-6 J3 at Clarkson L, 4-7 J4 at St. Lawrence% W, 1-0 J10 Brown L, 3-4 J11 Yale L, 1-5 J17 at Hamilton W, 5-4 J18 at Holy Cross W, 3-1 J25 at RMC W, 9-7 J28 Williams W, 9-3 J31 Iona W, 10-0 F5 Trinity W, 6-2 F7 Notre Dame W, 7-5 F8 Notre Dame W, 6-3 F12 American Int’l W, 11-2 F17 at Middlebury W, 7-0 F23 Babson L, 2-5 F25 SUNY Plattsburgh W, 6-5 (OT) F28 Kent State W, 8-3 M1 Kent State W, 8-3 %Won by forfeit 1986-87 (9-19-1) COACH: ROB RILEY O31 St. Anselm’s W, 6-2 N7 Norwich W, 4-2 N14 at Cornell* W, 6-5 N15 at Colgate* L, 2-4 N21 Dartmouth* W, 4-3 N22 Harvard* L, 3-6 N29 at Princeton* L, 1-2 (OT) N30 Princeton* L, 3-4 (OT) D5 at Vermont* L, 0-7 D6 at Rensselaer* W, 4-3 J2 St. Lawrence* L, 2-11 J3 Clarkson* W, 6-3 J9 at Yale* L, 0-3 J10 at Brown* L, 3-4 (OT) J14 Holy Cross T, 3-3 (OT) J16 at Notre Dame L, 4-6 J17 at Notre Dame W, 4-2 J24 RMC L, 3-4 J27 at Williams L, 1-2 J30 Colgate* W, 2-0 J31 Cornell* L, 0-6 F6 at Harvard* L, 5-7 F7 at Dartmouth* L, 2-3 F13 Rensselaer* L, 2-8 F14 Vermont* L, 1-3 F20 at Clarkson* L, 4-7 F21 at St. Lawrence* L, 3-8 F27 Brown* L, 5-7 F28 Yale* W, 6-5 (OT) *ECAC game

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1987-88 (9-19-2) COACH: ROB RILEY O30 American Int’l W, 6-4 N6 vs. Holy Cross# W, 6-2 N7 at SUNY Plattsburgh# W, 4-3 (OT) N13 Cornell* L, 2-6 N14 Colgate* L, 0-3 N20 at Dartmouth* W, 3-2 N21 at Harvard* L, 2-6 N27 Princeton* L, 3-4 N28 at Princeton* L, 3-7 D4 Vermont* T, 3-3 (OT) D5 Rensselaer* L, 2-8 D11 Iona W, 8-2 J2 at St. Lawrence* L, 1-10 J3 at Clarkson* L, 4-9 J8 Yale* L, 0-6 J9 Brown* T, 2-2 (OT) J15 Notre Dame L, 1-6 J16 Notre Dame L, 4-8 J23 at RMC W, 4-3 J26 Williams W, 5-4 J29 at Colgate* L, 1-5 J30 at Cornell* L, 3-8 F5 Harvard* L, 1-5 F6 Dartmouth* L, 3-4 F12 at Rensselaer* L, 2-10 F13 at Vermont* L, 4-5 F19 St. Lawrence* L, 5-6 F20 Clarkson* L, 1-3 F26 at Brown* W, 6-4 F27 at Yale* W, 8-3 *ECAC game #Cardinal Classic, Plattsburgh, N.Y. 1988-89 (13-16-1) COACH: ROB RILEY O29 Holy Cross W, 4-1 N4 UMass-Lowell W, 5-3 N11 at Colgate* L, 2-6 N12 at Cornell* L, 3-5 N18 Harvard* L, 1-6 N19 Dartmouth* T, 2-2 (OT) N25 at Princeton* L, 6-7 (OT) N26 Princeton* W, 4-3 D2 at Rensselaer* L, 4-6 D3 at Vermont* L, 1-8 D9 Iona W, 4-1 J2 Notre Dame W, 3-2 J3 Notre Dame L, 2-5 J6 Clarkson* L, 3-9 J7 St. Lawrence* L, 1-5 J13 at Yale* L, 1-3 J15 at Brown* W, 3-2 J21 RMC W, 3-2 (OT) J27 Cornell* W, 4-3 J28 Colgate* L, 1-9 J31 at Williams W, 4-3 F3 at Dartmouth* L, 1-3 F4 at Harvard* L, 1-11 F10 Vermont* L, 4-5 F11 Rensselaer* W, 4-3 F17 at St. Lawrence* L, 3-4 F18 at Clarkson* L, 1-4 F21 Villanova W, 6-0 F24 Yale* W, 5-2 F25 Brown* W, 7-2 *ECAC game

1990-91 (8-18-3) COACH: ROB RILEY O26 at Air Force L, 2-5 O27 at Air Force T, 3-3 (OT) N9 at Cornell* L, 0-5 N10 at Colgate* T, 3-3 (OT) N16 Dartmouth* W, 6-3 N17 Harvard* L, 2-5 N20 Villanova W, 12-2 N24 Holy Cross W, 7-2 N27 Princeton* L, 3-6 N30 at Vermont* L, 3-5 D1 at Rensselaer* L, 3-5 D7 St. Lawrence* T, 2-2 (OT) D8 Clarkson* L, 1-3 D30 Notre Dame W, 4-2 J4 at Brown* L, 3-5 J5 at Yale* L, 2-4 J11 Colgate* L, 2-5 J12 Cornell* L, 3-5 J15 at Princeton* L, 3-6 J19 Iona W, 9-0 J26 RMC W, 11-1 F1 at Harvard* L, 2-12 F2 at Dartmouth* W, 4-3 (OT) F8 Rensselaer* L, 4-7 F9 Vermont* L, 1-3 F15 at Clarkson* L, 1-7 F16 at St. Lawrence* L, 3-6 F22 Brown* W, 3-2 (OT) F23 Yale* L, 2-4 *ECAC game 1991-92 (13-17-1) COACH: ROB RILEY O25 Queen’s W, 5-2 O26 Queen’s W, 7-6 (OT) N1 at Providence+ L, 1-7

N2 vs. Elmira+ L, 5-6 (OT) N8 American Int’l W, 6-2 N9 Merrimack L, 6-9 N15 Alaska Fairbanks% W, 1-0 N16 Alaska Fairbanks% W, 1-0 N23 Iona W, 11-0 N26 Villanova W, 12-5 N29 at Boston College L, 1-4 N30 at Boston University L, 2-3 D3 Scranton W, 11-2 D6 at Merrimack L, 2-3 D27 vs. Clarkson^ L, 1-11 D28 vs. Colgate^ L, 3-10 J3 at Maine# L, 5-15 J4 vs. Concordia# L, 1-3 J10 UMass-Boston L, 3-4 J11 Salem State W, 7-4 J17 at Notre Dame L, 3-5 J18 at Notre Dame L, 4-5 J25 at RMC W, 3-2 J31 Alabama-Huntsville L, 5-6 (OT) F1 Alabama-Huntsville W, 6-2 F7 Air Force L, 3-7 F8 Air Force W, 5-4 F21 Connecticut T, 4-4 (OT) F22 New England W, 7-4 F28 Kent State L, 1-4 F29 Kent State L, 2-4 +USAir Classic, Providence, R.I. ^Syracuse Invitational #Maine Dexter Classic, Orono, Maine %Won by forfeit

O31 at Merrimack L, 5-6 N6 Union L, 3-7 N12 Concordia W, 4-3 N19 at Kent State L, 2-3 N20 at Kent State L, 2-4 N23 Villanova W, 8-2 N28 at Boston College L, 0-9 D4 Bentley W, 7-1 D5 at Scranton W, 8-1 D7 Connecticut L, 5-6 (OT) D29 vs. UMass-Lowell# L, 2-6 D30 vs. Mt. Allison# W, 3-2 J7 North Adams W, 4-3 J9 at UMass-Lowell L, 1-7 J14 Colgate L, 0-6 J15 Iona W, 8-1 J21 Air Force L, 3-7 J22 Air Force W, 6-4 J29 Massachusetts L, 3-4 F4 Fairfield W, 11-2 F5 Holy Cross W, 4-2 F12 at RMC W, 6-0 F18 at Alaska Fairbanks L, 0-5 F19 at Alaska Fairbanks L, 3-4 F25 Canisius L, 2-3 F26 Canisius W, 4-2 #RPI Tournament, Troy, N.Y.

1992-93 (16-11-1) COACH: ROB RILEY O24 Boston College L, 2-6 O30 Ryerson W, 5-1 O31 Ryerson W, 9-2 N7 at Union W, 6-5 N13 Brock W, 8-4 N14 Brock W, 4-1 N21 UMass-Boston L, 2-3 N28 vs. Connecticut# L, 2-4 N29 vs. Canisius# W, 4-0 D4 at Villanova W, 7-0 D29 at Denver+ L, 3-4 D30 vs. Air Force+ W, 5-3 J2 Boston University L, 1-8 J9 at Salem State L, 2-3 J15 SUNY Plattsburgh W, 5-3 J16 Fairfield W, 9-0 J19 Connecticut T, 3-3 (OT) J22 Scranton W, 10-0 J23 Iona W, 8-2 J29 at Air Force L, 2-5 J30 at Air Force L, 1-4 F6 RMC W, 6-2 F12 at Alabama-Huntsville L, 3-7 F13 at Alabama-Huntsville L, 2-4 F19 New England College W, 5-3 F20 American Int’l L, 4-6 F26 St. Bonaventure W, 4-1 F27 St. Bonaventure W, 11-2 #Holy Cross Tourn., Worcester, Mass. +Denver (Colo.) Cup

1994-95 (20-13-1) Coach: Rob Riley O15 College Mil. Royal W, 7-0 O16 College Mil Royal W, 7-0 O21 Providence L, 3-6 O22 Boston College L, 3-9 O28 Mt. Allison (exh.) W, 3-1 O29 Mt. Allison (exh.) W, 5-3 N4 at Union L, 3-4 N5 at Rensselaer W, 5-2 N15 Scranton W, 12-1 N18 at Canisius L, 2-5 N19 at Canisius W, 4-3 N22 Tufts W, 10-1 N26 at Colgate L, 3-8 D2 Hobart L, 3-5 D3 at Villanova W, 4-0 D6 Connecticut W, 4-2 D30 Torped Yaroslavl L, 0-2 J6 Merrimack L, 2-5 J7 Williams W, 3-1 J13 UMass-Lowell L, 3-7 J15 at Cornell L, 2-8 J17 North Adams W, 9-0 J20 Iona W, 9-0 J21 SUNY Brockport W, 10-2 J24 at Massachusetts L, 2-3 J27 Bentley W, 6-2 J28 Elmira T, 5-5 (OT) F2 at Fairfield W, 6-0 F4 at Holy Cross L, 2-3 (OT) F7 at Iona W, 5-0 F11 RMC W, 6-1 F17 at Air Force L, 2-5 F18 at Air Force L, 6-9 F21 Connecticut College W, 5-2 F25 Fairfield W, 12-3

1993-94 (14-16) COACH: ROB RILEY O16 at Providence O22 Ryerson O23 Ryerson O30 Rensselaer

1995-96 (24-9-1) COACH: ROB RILEY O27 Massachusetts L, 3-6 N3 Rensselaer W, 6-4 N4 Union T, 0-0 (OT) N10 Canisius W, 5-4

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N11 St. Michael’s W, 8-0 N17 Framingham State W, 6-1 N18 Framingham State W, 6-0 N24 vs. Holy Cross# W, 6-1 N25 at SUNY Plattsburgh# W, 4-3 D1 Hobart W, 6-2 D2 at Fairfield W, 6-1 D5 Villanova W, 9-0 D8 at Princeton L, 0-4 D9 Bentley W, 5-2 J2 at Northeastern L, 2-3 J6 vs. Babson+ L, 2-3 J7 vs. SUNY Brockport+ W, 5-4 J12 Cornell W, 4-1 J13 Colgate L, 3-4 J20 SUNY Brockport W, 4-1 J21 at Yale W, 2-0 J23 Nichols W, 4-1 J26 at Notre Dame L, 3-7 J27 at Notre Dame L, 2-4 J30 Quinnipiac W, 10-2 F2 Fairfield W, 11-0 F3 Sacred Heart W, 7-0 F6 Iona W, 8-1 F10 at RMC W, 2-0 F16 Air Force W, 3-1 F17 Air Force W, 7-0 F20 Scranton W, 10-0 F23 at UMass-Lowell L, 3-12 F24 at Merrimack L, 2-9 #Cardinal Classic, Plattsburgh, N.Y. +SNET Classic, Simsbury, Conn. 1996-97 (19-13-2) COACH: ROB RILEY O11 at Minn.-Duluth W, 6-4 O12 at Minn.-Duluth L, 0-3 O18 at Providence L, 2-7 O22 Polish Nat’l Team (exh)W, 4-3(OT) O25 Mt. Allison W, 5-4 (OT) O26 Mt. Allison W, 5-2 N1 at Dartmouth L, 0-3 N2 at Rensselaer L, 2-6 N8 Minn.-Mankato L, 4-6 N9 Minn.-Mankato W, 5-3 N15 St. Michael’s W, 8-0 N16 UMass-Lowell L, 3-4 N22 at Massachusetts L, 0-8 N30 vs. Bowdoin+ W, 4-3 (OT) D1 at Williams+ W, 5-4 D3 Villanova W, 9-0 D6 Princeton T, 4-4 (OT) D7 at Fairfield W, 8-1 J3 Merrimack L, 1-5 J10 at Colgate L, 5-6 (OT) J11 at Cornell T, 1-1 (OT) J17 Iona W, 13-3 J18 SUNY Brockport W, 6-4 J21 Holy Cross W, 6-3 J24 SUNY Cortland W, 8-0 J25 Yale L, 3-4 J31 at Canisius W, 7-4 F1 at Union L, 1-8 F8 RMC W, 7-3 F14 Fairfield W, 11-2 F15 Northeastern W, 2-1 F21 Quinnipiac W, 6-1 F22 Sacred Heart L, 3-4 (OT) F28 at Air Force W, 6-3 M1 at Air Force L, 2-5 +Williams (Mass.) Tournament

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1989-90 (10-16-4) COACH: ROB RILEY O27 Air Force W, 4-2 O28 Air Force W, 4-0 N10 Colgate* L, 0-2 N11 Cornell* W, 5-2 N17 at Harvard* W, 4-3 N18 at Dartmouth* L, 2-3 N25 Iona W, 4-3 N28 at Princeton* L, 3-5 D1 Rensselaer* W, 5-3 D2 Vermont* T, 4-4 (OT) D8 at Clarkson* L, 2-9 D9 at St. Lawrence* L, 3-7 J2 at UMass-Lowell L, 4-5 J5 Brown* L, 2-3 J6 Yale* L, 2-7 J12 at Cornell* L, 2-5 J13 at Colgate* T, 2-2 (OT) J16 Princeton* L, 2-3 J20 at RMC T, 3-3 (OT) J26 at Notre Dame W, 7-4 J27 at Notre Dame W, 5-2 J30 Williams W, 4-3 F2 Dartmouth* T, 2-2 (OT) F3 Harvard* L, 2-5 F9 at Vermont* W, 3-0 F10 at Rensselaer* L, 2-6 F16 St. Lawrence* L, 3-5 F17 Clarkson* L, 1-4 F23 at Yale* L, 5-6 F24 at Brown* L, 3-6 *ECAC game

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2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE 1997-98 (18-15-1) COACH: ROB RILEY O17 Findlay W, 11-3 O18 Findlay W, 3-2 O25 Colgate L, 3-4 (OT) O31 Dartmouth L, 1-7 N1 Rensselaer L, 1-4 N5 at UMass-Lowell L, 1-2 (OT) N14 Providence L, 4-5 N15 St. Michael’s W, 4-2 N21 Nebraska-Omaha W, 2-1 N22 Nebraska-Omaha W, 4-1 N25 at Princeton L, 3-9 N28 vs. St. Anselm’s# W, 5-3 N29 at New England# W, 9-3 D6 at Merrimack L, 3-4 D29 at Rensselaer+ L, 0-4 D30 vs. Yale+ L, 2-3 J3 Massachusetts W, 5-0 J10 at Villanova W, 9-1 J13 Connecticut W, 10-2 J17 at Minn.-Mankato L, 2-3 J18 at Minn.-Mankato L, 2-7 J23 Union L, 3-6 J24 at Yale L, 1-5 J27 at Connecticut College W, 2-1 J30 Iona W, 8-1 J31 Scranton W, 11-0 F7 at RMC T, 2-2 (OT) F13 at Northeastern W, 6-5 F14 Fairfield W, 11-2 F17 Nichols W, 10-0 N20 Quinnipiac W, 8-4 F21 at Sacred Heart W, 5-2 F27 Air Force L, 2-3 F28 Air Force L, 3-5 #PAL Tournament, Manchester, N.H. +Rensselaer Tournament, Troy, N.Y. 1998-99 (16-16-3) COACH: ROB RILEY O23 Ala.-Huntsville L, 2-3 (OT) O24 Alabama-Huntsville W, 2-1 O30 at Colgate L, 3-4 O31 at Rensselaer L, 1-7 N6 at Nebraska-Omaha W, 6-5 (OT) N7 at Nebraska-Omaha W, 2-1 N13 Merrimack L, 3-5 N14 UMass-Lowell L, 3-4 N20 SUNY Cortland W, 10-1 N24 at Connecticut L, 2-4 N27 Holy Cross W, 6-1 N28 Northeastern L, 1-5 D1 Sacred Heart W, 6-3 D8 Fairfield W, 9-1 J2 vs. UMass-Lowell# L, 1-6 J3 vs. Air Force# L, 1-2 J8 St. Michael’s W, 7-2 J9 SUNY Geneseo T, 4-4 (OT) J12 Quinnipiac L, 2-3 J15 SUNY Brockport W, 5-4 (OT) J16 SUNY Brockport W, 5-2 J19 at Sacred Heart W, 2-1 J22 at Union L, 0-2 J23 Yale L, 1-5 J26 Princeton L, 1-4 J29 Nichols W, 14-1 J30 at Scranton W, 7-0 F6 RMC W, 3-1 F12 at Providence L, 2-6 F14 Assumption W, 4-1

F16 Iona T, 5-5 (OT) F19 at Massachusetts L, 0-2 F20 Bentley W, 7-1 F27 at Air Force L, 3-4 F28 at Air Force T, 3-3 (OT) #Silverado Shootout, Duluth, Minn. 1999-2000 (18-15-1) COACH: ROB RILEY O15 at Bemidji State* L, 2-5 O16 at Bemidji State* L, 0-3 O22 vs. Fairfield^$ T, 2-2 (OT) O23 vs. Iona^ L, 0-3 O29 Massachusetts L, 0-1 (OT) O30 American Int’l L, 2-3 N6 Bentley W, 6-2 N12 Manhattanville W, 6-1 N13 Connecticut W, 6-3 N16 at Sacred Heart L, 1-2 N19 Union L, 1-7 N20 Iona W, 4-2 N26 at Holy Cross W, 3-1 N27 Rensselaer L, 2-5 N30 at Fairfield W, 2-0 D3 Assumption W, 9-0 D7 Fairfield W, 6-2 J7 at Alabama-Huntsville* L, 1-2 J8 at Alabama-Huntsville* L, 1-5 J14 Providence T, 4-4 (OT) J15 Colgate L, 2-5 J21 at Yale L, 1-5 J22 at Iona W, 5-3 J28 Scranton W, 10-1 F1 Sacred Heart W, 4-1 F4 Niagara* L, 1-4 F5 Niagara* L, 2-5 F12 at RMC L, 0-3 F25 Findlay* L, 2-4 F26 Findlay* W, 10-6 M3 Air Force* L, 2-4 M4 Air Force* L, 0-3 *CHA game ^Quinnipiac Cup, Hamden, Conn. $Army won in shootout 2000-01 (14-20-1) COACH: ROB RILEY O13 Seneca W, 6-3 O20 at Iona* L, 3-6 O22 at Union L, 1-4 O27 at Quinnipiac* L, 1-4 O28 at Rensselaer L, 0-3 N10 at Bentley* W, 5-2 N11 at Holy Cross* L, 2-3 N17 Bentley* W, 9-2 N19 UMass-Lowell L, 0-7 N21 Fairfield* W, 2-1 N25 Connecticut* L, 2-3 N26 Holy Cross* W, 3-2 D2 at Canisius* L, 2-5 D9 Mercyhurst* L, 1-2 D31 Queen’s T, 3-3 (OT) J5 Mercyhurst* L, 1-8 J6 at Sacred Heart* L, 0-4 J14 at Connecticut* L, 5-7 J19 American Int’l* W, 6-5 J20 at American Int’l* L, 4-5 J23 Quinnipiac* W, 2-1 (OT) J26 Canisius* W, 4-3 J27 Sacred Heart* L, 2-5 F2 at Bentley* L, 4-7

F3 Iona* F10 RMC F13 at Holy Cross* F16 Sacred Heart* F17 Fairfield* F21 at Fairfield* F23 at Canisius* F24 at Mercyhurst* M2 at Air Force M3 at Air Force M10 at Quinnipiac^ *MAAC game ^MAAC Tournament

W, 6-5 W, 7-1 W, 4-3 W, 4-1 L, 1-4 W, 6-2 L, 4-8 L, 1-3 W, 5-2 L, 3-4 L, 3-4 (OT)

2001-02 (11-18-6) COACH: ROB RILEY O12 Seneca W, 5-1 O13 Seneca W, 2-0 O19 at Niagara L, 4-5 (OT) O20 at Niagara L, 2-4 O26 Quinnipiac* L, 2-5 N2 at Iona* L, 2-4 N3 American Int’l* W, 7-2 N9 at Mercyhurst* L, 2-3 (OT) N10 at Mercyhurst* L, 2-5 N16 Sacred Heart* L, 2-4 N17 at Sacred Heart* L, 0-1 N23 at Connecticut* T, 2-2 (OT) N24 at UMass-Lowell* L, 0-4 N30 Bentley* W, 9-2 D1 at Bentley* T, 3-3 (OT) D7 Air Force L, 2-4 D8 Air Force L, 4-5 J4 Connecticut* T, 3-3 (OT) J5 Connecticut* T, 4-4 (OT) J11 at Holy Cross* L, 2-5 J12 Holy Cross* T, 4-4 (OT) J18 at Quinnipiac* L, 2-4 J19 Quinnipiac* W, 4-2 J25 at American Int’l* W, 4-3 J26 American Int’l* W, 5-1 F1 at Canisius* L, 1-4 F2 at Canisius* L, 3-4 (OT) F9 at RMC L, 2-3 (OT) F15 Fairfield* W, 7-4 F16 at Fairfield* W, 3-2 F22 at Iona* W, 6-5 (OT) F23 Iona* L, 2-5 M1 Mercyhurst* W, 3-2 M2 Canisius* T, 3-3 (OT) M9 at Mercyhurst^ L, 1-2 *MAAC game; ^MAAC Tournament 2002-03 (18-16) COACH: ROB RILEY O18 Seneca O25 Holy Cross* O26 Rensselaer N1 at Iona* N2 Iona* N5 at Quinnipiac* N8 at Sacred Heart* N9 Bentley* N15 at Mercyhurst* N16 at Canisius* N22 Quinnipiac* N23 St. Clair N30 at Vermont D6 at Connecticut* D7 at Fairfield* J3 at American Int’l*

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W, 4-3 L, 1-4 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 L, 2-4 L, 1-3 L, 2-4 L, 3-5 L, 2-3 W, 3-1 W, 8-1 L, 4-8 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 W, 4-2

J4 American Int’l* W, 4-2 J10 Bentley* L, 3-4 (OT) J11 at Bentley* L, 1-5 J18 at Air Force W, 2-1 J19 at Air Force W, 2-1 J24 Connecticut* L, 4-6 J31 Holy Cross* W, 4-0 F1 at Holy Cross* W, 3-1 F8 RMC W, 4-0 F14 at Fairfield* L, 2-4 F15 Fairfield* W, 4-2 F21 Canisius* W, 3-1 F22 Mercyhurst* W, 6-3 F28 at Sacred Heart* L, 0-2 M1 Sacred Heart* W, 2-1 (OT) M9 at Quinnipiac* L, 0-7 M15 at Holy Cross^ L, 2-3 *MAAC game; ^MAAC Tournament 2003-04 (12-18-3) COACH: ROB RILEY O10 Ryerson W, 3-1 O11 Ryerson W, 9-2 O18 American Int’l* W, 2-1 O24 at Bentley* W, 3-1 O25 at Rensselaer L, 0-6 N1 at Bentley* T, 2-2 (OT) N7 at Mercyhurst* L, 2-7 N8 at Canisius* W, 3-2 N14 Sacred Heart* L, 1-4 N15 at Sacred Heart* L, 1-5 N21 Quinnipiac* T, 2-2 (OT) N23 at American Int’l* L, 1-4 D5 at Holy Cross* L, 1-3 D6 at Holy Cross* L, 0-3 J3 St. Clair W, 3-1 J9 American Int’l* W, 5-2 J10 at American Int’l* T, 2-2 (OT) J16 Air Force W, 4-3 J17 Air Force L, 0-3 J23 Quinnipiac* L, 0-2 J24 at Quinnipiac* L, 0-3 J30 Canisius* W, 4-3 J31 Canisius* W, 5-1 F7 at RMC W, 3-2 F13 Mercyhurst* L, 2-5 F14 Mercyhurst* L, 3-6 F20 at Connecticut* L, 2-3 F22 Holy Cross* L, 2-5 F27 at Connecticut* W, 5-2 F28 Sacred Heart* L, 2-3 M5 Bentley* L, 1-5 M6 Connecticut* L, 6-9 M12 American Int’l^ L, 3-4 *AHA game; ^AHA Tournament

2005-06 (12-18-7) COACH: BRIAN RILEY O14 at Nebraska-Omaha# L, 2-3 O15 vs. Ferris State# L, 2-5 O21 Colgate L, 1-6 O23 at Rensselaer L, 0-4 O28 at Holy Cross* L, 0-1 O29 at Holy Cross* L, 3-5 N4 at Canisius* L, 1-2 N5 at Canisius* T, 2-2 (OT) N11 Air Force W, 3-0 N12 Air Force W, 4-3 (OT) N18 at Bentley* T, 1-1 (OT) N19 at Bentley* L, 1-4 N26 at Connecticut* W, 2-1 N29 at Sacred Heart* L, 2-4 D4 Sacred Heart* W, 2-1 D8 American Int’l* T, 2-2 D29 at Connecticut*! L, 0-3 D30 vs. Massachusetts! L, 1-2 J6 Mercyhurst* W, 5-0 J7 Mercyhurst* W, 3-2 (OT) J13 Holy Cross* L, 3-4 J14 Holy Cross* W, 3-2 J17 at American Int’l* W, 2-0 J20 Canisius* W, 3-0 J21 Canisius* L, 0-2 J27 Bentley* T, 2-2 (OT) J28 Bentley* T, 3-3 (OT) F3 Sacred Heart* W, 4-0 F4 at Sacred Heart* L, 0-3 F11 at RMC T, 3-3 (OT)

F17 Connecticut* L, 4-5 F18 Connecticut* T, 3-3 (OT) F24 at Mercyhurst* L, 2-6 F25 at Mercyhurst* W, 3-2 M3 at American Int’l* W, 6-3 M4 American Int’l* L, 2-4 M11 at Bentley^ L, 3-4 (2OT) *AHA game; ^AHA Tournament #Maverick Stampede, Omaha, Neb. ! Toyota/UConn Classic 2006-07 (19-12-5) COACH: BRIAN RILEY O6 Ryerson W, 5-0 O7 Ryerson W, 3-1 O13 American Int’l* W, 2-0 O14 Sacred Heart* T, 2-2 (OT) O20 at Connecticut* W, 5-4 O21 at Connecticut* W, 7-3 O27 vs. Notre Dame# L, 0-3 O28 vs. Alabama-Huntsville# L, 1-2 N3 at American Int’l* W, 2-1 N4 American Int’l* W, 4-2 N10 at Bentley* W, 4-3 N11 at Bentley* L, 0-3 N17 at Holy Cross* L, 3-4 N18 at Holy Cross* L, 2-5 N21 at Sacred Heart* T 3-3 (OT) N24 at Union L, 1-4 D6 Holy Cross* T, 2-2 (OT) D29 RIT* W, 2-1 D30 RIT* L, 3-5 J5 at Canisius* W, 5-1 J6 at Canisius* L, 3-4 J12 Mercyhurst* W, 6-3 J13 Mercyhurst* W, 2-1 J19 at Air Force* L, 1-4 J20 at Air Force* W, 2-0 J26 Connecticut* T, 2-2 (OT) J27 Connecticut* W, 3-0 J30 at American Int’l* L, 0-3 F3 Holy Cross* T, 3-3 (OT) F16 Bentley* W, 3-1 F17 Bentley* W, 4-2 F23 Sacred Heart* L, 3-5 F24 at Sacred Heart* W, 4-2 M10 Bentley^ W, 6-2 M16 Connecticut^1 W, 3-1 M17 Air Force^! L, 1-6

*AHA Game; ^AHA Tournament #at Lightning College Hockey Classic, Tampa, Fla. !AHA Tournament Semifinals and Finals at Rochester, N.Y. 2007-08 (19-14-4) Coach Brian Riley O12 at Bemidji State L, 1-2 O13 at Bemidji State L, 0-3 O19 RPI L, 1-3 O27 Connecticut* W, 4-1 N3 at Holy Cross* W, 5-2 N4 at Holy Cross* L, 1-3 N9 at American Int’l* W, 4-3 N10 American Int’l* W, 7-1 N16 Bentley* W, 7-2 N17 Bentley* L, 2-3 N23 at RIT* T, 2-2 (OT) N24 at RIT* T, 1-1 (OT) N30 Sacred Heart* W, 4-2 D1 at Sacred Heart* L, 2-4 D29 at Connecticut*# L, 1-4 D30 vs. Brown# T, 1-1 (OT) J5 Union L, 2-3 J6 at Merrimack L, 1-4 J11 at Mercyhurst* L, 0-3 J12 at Mercyhurst* L, 2-4 J18 Canisius* L, 0-3 J19 Canisius* W, 2-1 J25 Air Force* W, 2-1 J27 Air Force* W, 2-1 F1 Connecticut* W, 3-1 F2 Connecticut* W, 6-0 F8 Holy Cross* W, 2-0 F9 Holy Cross* T, 1-1 (OT) F15 American Int’l* W, 4-0 F16 at American Int’l* W, 4-0 F22 at Bentley* L, 1-2 F23 at Bentley* W, 6-3 F29 at Sacred Heart* W, 6-1 M1 Sacred Heart* W, 3-2 M7 American Int’l! W, 4-0 M8 American Int’l! W, 5-2 M15 Mercyhurst@ L, 2-4 *AHA Game # Toyota/UConn Classic ! AHA First-Round Playoff Series @ AHA Semifinals, Rochester, N.Y.

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2008-09 (11-16-6) Coach Brian Riley O18 Merrimack L, 0-1 O24 at Connecticut* L, 3-4 O25 at Connecticut* L, 3-6 O31 Sacred Heart* W, 6-3 N1 at Sacred Heart* T, 3-3 (OT) N7 at American Int’l* L, 3-4 N8 American Int’l* W, 3-1 N14 at RIT* W, 5-3 N15 at RIT* L, 3-6 N21 at Mercyhurst* L, 2-6 N22 at Mercyhurst* L, 3-6 N28 at Union L, 4-5 D6 at Canisius* L, 0-2 D7 at Canisius* W, 4-3 D28 at #20 Dartmouth! L, 4-5 OT D29 vs. UMass! L, 1-4 J2 at Ohio State# L, 1-6 J3 vs. #2 Miami# W, 3-2 J9 Mercyhurst* W, 2-1 J10 Mercyhurst* W, 4-3 J17 Holy Cross* T, 3-3 (OT) J18 Holy Cross* T, 4-4 (OT) J23 at #20 Air Force* L, 1-5 J24 at #20 Air Force* L, 2-3 J30 Bentley* L, 0-6 J31 Bentley* L, 1-4 F6 Ccanisius* W, 4-1 F7 Canisius* T, 2-2 (OT) F13 at Sacred Heart* W, 4-3 F14 Sacred Heart* W, 3-1 F20 RIT* L, 2-3 F21 RIT* T, 1-1 (OT) F27 American Int’l* T, 3-3 (OT) F28 at American Int’l* W, 3-1 M13 at Mercyhurst^ L, 2-6 M14 at Mercyhurst^ L, 0-5 *Atlantic Hockey contest ! Dartmouth Tournament, Hanover, N.H. with Dartmouth, Massachusetts, Bemidji State # Ohio State Tournament, Columbus, Ohio, with Ohio State, Clarkson, Miami ^ Atlantic Hockey quarterfinal series

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS

2004-05 (11-21-3) COACH: BRIAN RILEY O8 Ryerson W, 3-2 (OT) O9 Ryerson W, 5-1 O16 at Sacred Heart* L, 1-4 O22 at Bentley* T, 3-3 (OT) O23 Rensselaer L, 1-5 O29 at Cornell L, 1-7 O30 at Colgate W, 3-2 N5 Mercyhurst* L, 0-2 N6 Canisius* L, 2-3 N12 at American Int’l* L, 0-2 N19 Holy Cross* W, 2-0 N20 Holy Cross* T, 3-3 (OT) N27 at Quinnipiac* L, 1-5 D3 at Holy Cross* L, 2-3 D4 at Connecticut* L, 1-2 D30 St. Clair W, 5-2 J7 Connecticut* L, 0-1 J8 Connecticut* W, 1-0 J14 at Air Force L, 2-5 J15 at Air Force L, 1-2 J21 at Sacred Heart* L, 1-5 J28 at Quinnipiac* L, 4-5 (OT) J29 Quinnipiac* L, 3-4 F5 RMC W, 6-1 F8 Sacred Heart* L, 1-2 F11 at Mercyhurst* L, 4-5 (OT) F12 at Mercyhurst* L, 0-4 F18 Bentley* W, 3-2 F19 Bentley* W, 3-1 F25 American Int’l* W, 5-3 F26 American Int’l* T, 3-3 (OT) M4 at Canisius* L, 2-4 M5 at Canisius* L, 2-5 M9 American Int’l^ W, 5-3 M12 at Quinnipiac^ L, 0-2 *AHA game; ^AHA Tournament

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2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE

LETTERWINNERS

A-A-A Adimey, Ronald R., (G; 3.96; .861), 1991-92, 92-93, 93-94 ..................1995 Ahlbrecht, John A., (F; 57-78-135), 1966-67, 67-68, 68-69 ..................1969 Aiken, John J., 1952-53 .............................................................................1954 Alissi, John J., (F; 7-16-23), 1989-90, 90-91 ...........................................1993 Allard, Donald, (F; 7-16-23), 1976-77, 77-78, 78-79 ..............................1981 Allen, Robert J., (D; 3-9-12), 1983-84 ......................................................1987 Alvarez, Marcel S. (D; 1-15-16), 2008-09 ....................................... 2012 Anderson, Aaron F., (F; 13-22-35), 2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08 ...... 2008 Anderson, Norman L., (F; 4-7-11), 1963-64 ............................................1964 Anderson, Parker T., (D; 19-42-61), 1964-65, 65-66, 66-67 .................1967 Anderson, Peter G., (F; 11-13-24), 1969-70 ............................................ 1972 Anderson, Reuben L., 1945-46, 46-47 ....................................................1948 Andros, David T., (F; 13-7-20), 2001-02, 02-03, 04-05 ..........................2005 Ammon, Joseph H. (F; 13-8-21), 2007-08, 08-09 ............................ 2011 Asbury, Larry K., (F; 27-50-77), 1955-56, 56-57, 57-58 .........................1958 Austin, Albert M., 1946-47, 47-48, 48-49 ................................................1949 Avard, John J., (D; 3-22-25), 1964-65, 65-66 ..........................................1967 Averill, Corey, (G; 4.22; .848), 1986-87, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90...............1990 Avis, Frederick P., (F; 11-14-25), 1959-60 ...............................................1962 B-B-B Backus, Kevin M., (D; 7-30-37), 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93 ...........1993 Barko, James S., 1934-35, 35-36, 36-37 ................................................1937 Barnes, Jack O., (F: 1-0-0), 2008-09 ............................................... 2012 Barrett, Gordon W., 1942-43 ...........................................................June 1943 Barry, Bartholomew D., (F; 61-88-149), 1962-63, 63-64, 64-65 ..........1965 Battis, Warren B., (F; 11-38-49), 1960-61, 61-62, 62-63 ......................1963 Beamer, Seth P., (F; 30-39-69), 2002-03, 03-04, 04-05, 05-06 ...........2006 Beiser, George R., 1951-52 .......................................................................1952 Bell, William III, 1943-44 ...........................................................................1944 Berry, Roy N., 1951-52 ..............................................................................1952 Berube, Richard K., (F; 51-40-91), 1991-92, 92-93................................1993 Beukema, Henry S., 1942-43, 43-44 .......................................................1944 Bickley, Casey S., (D: 15-48-63), 2003-04, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07 ..........2007 Bilec, Christopher R., (F: 6-10-16), 2004-05, 2005-06 ..........................2008 Bilafer, Martin F., (F; 24-28-52), 1959-60, 60-61, 61-62 .......................1962 Birmingham, Robert P., (F; 57-74-131), 1973-74, 74-75, 75-76, 77-78 1978 Birrell, William H., 1939-40 .......................................................................1940 Blaik, Robert M., (15-15-30), 1949-50, 50-51 ........................................1952 Blair, Christopher J., (D; 1-10-11), 2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08 ........2008 Blanchard, William H., 1935-36, 36-37, 37-38 .......................................1938 Bolio, Brian C., (G; 3.42; .860), 1991-92, 92-93, 93-94, 94-95 ............1995 Bonfoey, Warner T., 1948-49, 49-50 ........................................................1950 Bono, Vincent A., (D; 9-37-46), 1984-85, 85-86, 86-87, 87-88 .............1988 Boretti, John J., (D; 7-20-27), 1964-65, 65-66, 66-67............................1967 Boudreau, Arthur F., (F; 10-10-20), 1953-54, 54-55, 55-56 ..................1956 Boyle, Jonathan M., (F; 17-21-38), 2000-01, 01-02, 02-03, 03-04 .......2004 Boyle, Scott D., (G; 4.37; .838), 1990-91, 91-92, 92-93 ........................1993 Boys, Richard C. Jr., (F; 2-8-10), 1958-59 ................................................1961 Bradley, Matthew S., (F; 11-17-28), 1977-78, 79-80, 80-81 ..................1981 Brennan, Edward J., (F; 7-12-19), 1973-74, 74-75, 75-76...................... 1976 Brenner, Allen R., (F; 33-30-63), 1987-88, 88-89, 89-90, 90-91 ..........1990 Brenner, Robert A., (F; 55-72-127), 1983-84, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87 .....1987 Briggs, Warren M., 1943-44, 44-45 .........................................................1945 Broshous, Charles R. Jr., (F; 20-43-63), 1959-60, 60-61, 61-62 ...........1962 Brougham, Matthew G., (F;17-16-33), 1998-99, 99-00, 2000-01.........2001 Brougham, Robert J., (F; 0-0-0), 2002-03 ................................................2006 Brown, Daniel R., (F; 1-0-1), 2002-03, 03-04 ..........................................2006 Bryde, Walter J., 1934-35..........................................................................1935 Buckley, Michael J., (F; 20-49-69), 1961-62, 63-64 ...............................1964 Buckmeier, Gregory A., (F; 69-78-147), 1995-96, 96-97, 97-98, 98-991999 Burleigh, Adrian A., (F; 3-3-6), 1998-99 ...................................................2000 Burns, Richard A., (F; 18-17-35), 1972-73, 73-74, 74-75, 75-76........... 1977 Butler, Kevin M., (D; 16-23-39), 1975-76, 76-77, 77-78 ........................ 1979 Butterfield, Robert R., (D; 10-23-33), 1962-63, 63-64, 64-65...............1965

C-C-C Cahill, Nicholas J., (D; 6-19-25), 2001-02, 02-03, 03-04, 04-05 ..........2005 Cain, James A. Jr., 1930-31, 31-32 ..........................................................1932 Campbell, Dale G. Jr., (D; 22-32-54), 1958-59, 59-60, 60-61 ...............1961 Carey, Daniel M., (F; 0-2-2), 1991-92 .......................................................1993 Carlson, Lee C., (G; 3.42; .874), 1967-68, 68-69.................................... 1970 Carpenter, Joseph R., (F; 29-54-83), 1998-99, 99-00, 2000-01, 01-022002 Carroll, Thomas F. III, (D; 21-41-62), 1958-59, 59-60, 60-61 ................1961 Carter, Marshall S., 1930-31.....................................................................1931 Carter, Woodbury, 1944-45.......................................................................1945 Casey, Christopher J., (F; 42-34-76), 2001-02, 02-03, 03-04 ................2005 Casey, George W., 1942-43, 43-44, 44-45 ..............................................1945 Casey, Robert F., (D; 3-10-13), 1966-67, 67-68 ......................................1968 Cauble, David W., (F; 0-1-1), 1985-86 ......................................................1987 Cerow, Donald A., 1946-47, 47-48 ...........................................................1948 Chaffee, Frederic H., 1928-29 ..................................................................1929 Chamberlain, Daryl A., (G; 3.00, .887), 1994-95, 95-96, 96-97, 97-98 1998 Champion, Geoffrey M., (F; 31-53-84), 1969-70, 70-71, 71-72............. 1972 Chenette, Michael W., (F; 16-14-30), 1985-86, 86-87, 87-88 ...............1988 Chesnauskas, Ralph J., (D; 4-3-7), 1953-54, 54-55, 55-56 ...................1956 Chiacchia, Leonard A. Jr., (D; 6-16-22), 1968-69, 69-70, 70-71............ 1971 Chisholm, Ronald J., (G; 2.52; .901), 1959-60, 60-61, 61-62 ...............1962 Choi, Jason I., (F; 48-36-84), 1995-96, 96-97, 97-98, 98-99 ................1999 Chretien, Brooks R., (G; 3.99; .854), 1987-88, 88-89, 89-90, 90-91 ...1991 Christopherson, George, (D; 13-47-60), 1973-74, 74-75........................ 1977 Clark, George D., (F; 153-113-266), 1971-72, 72-73, 73-74, 74-75 ..... 1975 Clark, Jay, C. (G; 2.46, .917), 2007-08, 08-09 ................................. 2011 Clapprood, Darren M., (D; 15-57-72), 1994-95, 95-96, 96-97, 97-98 ..1998 Coccaro, Thomas R., (F; 7-13-20), 1997-98 ............................................1998 Coffman, Eugene D., (F; 15-30-45), 1965-66 .........................................1968 Colburn, James E., 1945-46 ..................................................................... 1947 Coleman, Donald J., (F; 5-10-15), 1968-69, 69-70, 70-71 ..................... 1971 Collazzo, Edward C., (F; 93-104-197), 1979-80, 80-81, 81-82 ..............1983 Colvin, Christopher M., (D; 2-14-16), 2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08 ...2008 Colvin, Danel E., (F; 4-7-11), 2008-09 ............................................. 2012 Compton, John A., (D; 2-16-28), 1991-92, 92-93, 93-94 .......................1994 Concannon, Brian P., (F; 10-20-30), 1976-77, 77-78, 78-79 ................. 1979 Conlon, Warren S., 1942-43, 43-44 .........................................................1944 Connor, John P., 1935-36, 36-37 ..............................................................1937 Copeland, Patrick, J., (D; 0-2-2), 2007-08, 08-09 ........................... 2011 Corcoran, Edward L., 1941-42 ..................................................................1942 Costello, Normando A., 1928-29 ..............................................................1929 Cota, Norman D. Jr., 1941-42 .....................................................January 1943 Cotter, Edward J., 1929-30, 30-31 ...........................................................1931 Cotter, Michael B., (F; 43-44-87), 1979-80, 80-81, 81-82, 82-83 .........1983 Cowart, James B., (G; 3.46; .874), 1964-65, 65-66, 66-67 ...................1967 Cox, Brian M., (F; 30-28-58), 1985-86, 86-86, 87-88, 88-89 ................1989 Cox, Daniel A., (F; 61-133-194), 1979-80, 80-81, 81-82, 82-83 ...........1983 Craig, Robert J. Jr., (F; 86-135-221), 1980-81, 81-82, 82-83, 83-84....1984 Crowley, Edward F., (F; 36-44-80), 1943-44, 44-45, 45-46 ...................1946 Crowley, Edward M., (F; 63-87-150), 1957-58, 58-59, 59-60 ................1960 Cruthers, Ryan T., (F: 15-27-42), 2003-04, 04-05 ..................................2007 Cullen, James A. Jr., (F; 7-11-18), 1958-59, 59-60 .................................1961 Curran, Anthony K., (F;59-117-176), 1966-67, 67-68, 68-69 ................1969 Curran, Michael J., (F; 30-49-79), 1983-84, 84-85, 85-86 ....................1986 Curtin, Richard D., 1936-37, 37-38, 38-39 .............................................1939 Custer, Scott D., (D; 5-22-27), 1984-85, 85-86, 86-87 ..........................1988 Cutting, Edward B. Jr., (F; 48-51-99), 1965-66, 66-67, 67-68 ...............1968 Cyr, Clarence W., 1942-43, 43-44 ............................................................1944 Players currently on the Army roster are highlighted in Bold; Non-graduates are listed in Italics. Players listed with the year in which they graduated. Non-graduates listed by class with which they entered West Point. Name (Pos.; Goals-Assists-Points), academic years lettered, grad class Substitute goals against average and save percentage for goalies.

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E-E-E Eaton, Geoffrey F., (F; 25-26-51), 1969-70, 70-71, 71-72...................... 1972 Eaton, Matthew H., (D; 19-61-80), 1970-71, 71-72, 72-73 .................... 1973 Edlund, Peter J., (D; 0-5-5), 1997-98, 98-99 ..........................................2001 Edwards, John C., 1938-39 .......................................................................1939 Eigner, Troy J., (F; 14-35-49), 1993-94, 94-95 ........................................1995 Eklund, Richard A., (F; 6-4-10), 1964-65, 65-66 .....................................1966 Elsberry, Robert V., 1940-41 ..................................................................... 1941 Emore, Kevin P., (D; 1-10-11), 2000-01, 01-02 .......................................2003 Enwright, Charles E., (D; 3-9-12), 1968-69, 69-70, 70-71 ..................... 1971 Erzar, Ross A., (F; 22-10-32), 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92 ............................1992 Esposito, Curt V., 1962-63 ........................................................................1963 Esposito, Phil, (F; 6-4-10), 1989-90 .........................................................1993 Evans, John G., (D; 6-14-20), 1955-56, 56-57, 57-58 ............................1958 F-F-F Fagan, Justin M., (D; 4-28-32), 2001-02, 02-03, 03-04, 04-05 ............2005 Fairman, Michael A., (F; 61-44-105), 1997-98, 98-99, 99-00, 00-01 ...2001 Farnham, John, (F; 1-2-3), 1986-87 .........................................................1990 Farrell, John H., (F; 17-46-63), 1956-57, 57-58, 58-59 ..........................1959

Fearing, Jeffrey J., (F: 13-30-43), 2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08 .........2008 Fede, Frank P. Jr., (F; 58-82-140), 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96, 96-97 ........ 1997 Felice, Anthony P., (D; 9-29-38), 1994-95, 95-96, 96-97, 97-98 ...........1998 Fellman, Craig W., (F; 13-7-20), 1991-92, 93-94, 94-95 ........................1995 Fiedler, John P., (F; 0-3-3), 1972-73 ......................................................... 1975 Field, Matthew G., (D; 12-22-34), 2001-02, 02-03 .................................2005 Fifield, Chad T., (F; 10-13-23), 2001-02, 03-04, 04-05 ..........................2005 Fink, Rudolph, 1928-29 ............................................................................1929 Finnegan, Kevin C., (F; 25-23-48), 1997-98, 98-99, 99-00, 2000-01 ..2001 Fisher, Timothy J., (F; 49-56-105), 1998-99, 99-00, 2000-01, 01-02...2002 Flanagan, Brendan F., (F; 3-4-7), 1978-79............................................... 1979 Flanagan, Timothy J., (F; 3-4-7), 1973-74, 76-77..................................... 1977 Flicek, Luke D., (F: 40-76-116), 2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08 ............2008 Foss, Andrew M., (F; 7-6-13), 1995-96, 98-99 ........................................1999 Frankosky, James O., 1941-42....................................................January 1943 Funck, Brett T., (D; 5-18-23), 1991-92, 92-93, 93-94 ............................1994 G-G-G Gable, Charles W., (F; 0-0-0), 2002-03 ....................................................2006 Gal, Lyle M., (F: 5-14-19), 2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08......................2008 Galgay, Peter E., (F; 9-23-32), 1969-70, 70-71, 71-72 ........................... 1972 Gallo, Jeffrey D., (F; 3-8-11), 1997-98, 98-99 .........................................2001 Galui, Jason J., (G; 1.80; .867), 1998-99.................................................2000 Garceau, Christopher L., (F; 31-51-82), 2001-02, 02-03, 03-04, 04-052005 Gardiner, Scott T., (F; 3-10-13), 1990-91, 92-93 .....................................1993 Garneau, Paul R., 1953-54 .......................................................................1954 Garver, Thomas H., (G; 3.77; .878), 1973-74, 74-75, 75-76, 76-77 ...... 1977 Garvin, Charles H., 1941-42 .....................................................................1942 Gates, Byron E., (F; 21-23-44), 1972-73, 73-74 ...................................... 1976 Gengler, Michael, (F; 12-19-31), 1986-87, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90 ..........1990 Gilbert, Willard R., 1939-40, 40-41 .......................................................... 1941 Giovanucci, Glen R., (F; 30-22-52), 1978-79 ..........................................1982 Glenn, Thomas O. IV, (F; 34-47-81), 1975-76, 76-77, 77-78, 79-80......1980 Gonzalez, Paul D., (F; 13-26-39), 1996-97, 97-98, 98-99, 99-00 .........2000 Goodrich, Walker R., 1929-30, 30-31, 31-32 ..........................................1932 Goodwin, William P., (G; 5.65; .851), 1972-73 ........................................ 1973 Gorzelnik, Greg A., (F; 10-34-44), 1975-76, 76-77 .................................. 1977 Gorzelnik, Karl E., (G; 3.56; .901), 1971-72 ............................................ 1972 Goymerac, Paul J., (F; 1-1-2), 1984-85 ....................................................1988 Graham, Bruce I., (F; 36-44-80), 1977-78, 78-79, 79-80 ......................1980 Graham, Todd P., (F; 20-19-39), 1953-54, 54-55 ...................................1955 Grant, Walter H., 1935-36, 38-39 ............................................................1939 Grayton, Robert J., (D; 1-13-14), 1976-77, 77-78 ...................................1980 Griffin, John V., (F; 6-7-13), 1988-89, 90-91............................................1991 Griffith, William J. IV, (F; 9-7-16), 1997-98, 98-99, 99-00 ......................2000 Grohs, William R., 1934-35, 35-36 ..........................................................1936 Groves, Richard N. Jr., (F; 5-12-17), 1956-57, 57-58 ..............................1958 Grygiel, Joseph S., 1939-40, 40-41 .......................................................... 1941 Guarino, Robert S., (F; 2-4-6), 1980-81 ...................................................1982 Gunning, Michael J., (F; 5-11-16), 1994-95, 95-96 ................................1996 H-H-H Haggerty, Paul J., (F; 27-16-43), 1988-89, 89-90, 90-91 .......................1991 Hamacher, Bradley, (D; 8-30-38), 1987-88, 88-89, 89-90, 90-91 ........1991 Hamilton, Scott A., (G; 3.30; .891), 1998-99, 99-00, 2000-01, 01-02 .2002 Hamm, Nicholas K,. (D; 2-6-8), 2002-03, 03-04 .....................................2006 Hanley, Theodore R., (F; 23-22-45), 1984-85, 85-86 .............................1986 Hansen, Laurence N., (F; 28-31-59), 1963-64, 64-65, 65-66 ...............1966 Hansen, Leif A., (D; 32-48-80), 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96, 96-97 ............ 1997 Harkins, David V., (F; 30-34-64), 1959-60, 60-61, 61-62 ......................1962 Harris, Richard L., 1950-51 ....................................................................... 1951 Harrison, John A., (F; 77-96-173), 1974-75, 75-76, 76-77, 77-78 ......... 1979 Hartley, Robert J., (F; 3-6-9), 1971-72 ...................................................... 1974 Hartline, Franklin H., 1937-38 ..................................................................1938 Harvey, Thomas H. Jr., (D; 40-59-99), 1955-56, 56-57, 57-58 ..............1958 Haskell, Andrew J., (D; 1-4-5), 1998-99, 99-00, 2000-01 ......................2001 Hausmann, Fritz J., (D; 11-31-42), 1967-68, 68-69, 69-70 ................... 1970

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D-D-D Daly, Maurice F., 1925-26, 26-27 .............................................................1927 Darby, Kevin G., (F; 16-49-65), 1988-89, 89-90, 90-91 .........................1992 Darcy, Thomas C., 1930-31, 31-32...........................................................1932 Darmody, Donald J., (D; 9-12-21), 1966-67, 67-68 ................................1968 Darragh, Sean J., (F; 5-10-15), 1979-80 ..................................................1983 Davis, Courtneay C. Jr., 1946-47, 47-48, 48-49 ......................................1949 Davis, John J., 1932-33, 33-34, 34-35 ....................................................1935 Davis, Lawton, 1941-42, 42-43 .......................................................June 1943 Dawkins, Peter M., (D; 40-55-95), 1956-57, 57-58, 58-59 ....................1959 Day, William J. (D 0-1-1), 2008-09................................................... 2012 DeCosty, Fiore, (F; 3-5-8), 1987-88, 88-89 ..............................................1990 DeGironimo, Paul B., (G; 3.99; .866), 1983-84, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87 ..1987 de la Mater, Lyall D. Jr., 1942-43, 43-44..................................................1944 Depew, William L., (F; 7-5-12*), 1948-49, 49-50, 50-51 ....................... 1951 Deveans, Thomas M., (F; 12-39-51), 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96, 96-97 ... 1997 Devens, W. George, 1945-46 ....................................................................1946 Devlin, Francis T., 1938-39, 39-40 ...........................................................1940 Dewar, John D., (F; 49-78-127), 1958-59, 59-60, 60-61 .......................1961 DiCarlo, Anthony M., (F; 53-48-101), 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96, 96-97 ... 1997 Dickie, Jason S., (D; 1-16-17), 1992-93, 93-94, 94-95, 95-96 ..............1996 DiGiovanni, Richard H., (D; 1-16-17), 1977-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81 ...1981 Dillon, Robert E. Jr., (F; 0-2-2), 1972-73................................................... 1974 Dobbins, Paul J., (D; 16-61-77), 1959-60, 60-61, 61-62 ........................1962 Dolim, Brady J., (F: 11-15-26), 2003-04, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07 .............2007 Donohoe, Patrick J., 1947-48, 48-49 .......................................................1949 Donohue, James M., 1932-33, 34-35 ......................................................1935 Donohue, Joseph P., 1938-39, 39-40 ......................................................1940 Dooley, Thomas F., (F; 36-46-82), 1961-62, 62-63, 63-64 ....................1964 Dorrer, Marc C., (F; 9-10-19), 1992-93, 94-95 ........................................1996 Dorsey, Daniel K., (G; 5.51; .842), 1976-77, 77-78, 78-79 ....................1981 Dowalgo, John E., (D; 21-62-83), 1970-71, 71-72, 72-73 ...................... 1973 Doyle, Edward J., (F; 24-32-56), 1966-67, 67-68, 68-69 .......................1969 Drago, Alfred J., (G; 2.05; .887), 2005-06, 06-07 ...................................2009 Drinkwater, Edward C. Jr., 1944-45, 45-46 ..............................................1946 Drinkwine, Brian M., (G; 3.38; .888), 1983-84, 84-85, 85-86 ...............1986 Drum, James H., 1934-35, 35-36, 36-37 ................................................1937 Dudek, Jospeh F. Jr., (F; 23-51-74), 1999-00, 2000-01, 01-02, 02-03 .2003 Duffey, Joseph P., (F; 3-7-10), 1978-79 ....................................................1982 Duffy, Donald K., (D; 1-4-5), 1969-70 ...................................................... 1972 Dugan, Michael E., (F; 15-19-34), 1995-96, 96-97, 97-98, 98-99 ........1999 Dube, Mark R., (5-3-8), 2008-09...................................................... 2012 Dunlap, Norman E., 1950-51 .................................................................... 1951 Dunn, James W., (D; 0-1-1), 1956-57 .......................................................1957 Dwan, Robert A., (F; 4-16-20), 1984-85 ..................................................1988 Dwyer, Robert J., 1927-28 .........................................................................1928

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2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE Hawes, Kenneth A., (F; 19-10-29), 1976-77, 77-78, 78-79.................... 1979 Hayes, Brandon C., (G; 5.05; .814), 1988-89, 89-90, 90-91, 91-92 .....1992 Hazeltine, Charles B., 1937-38, 38-39, 39-40 ........................................1940 Hazlett, Scott D., (F; 3-7-10), 1977-78, 79-80 .........................................1980 Healey, Dustin J., (F; 6-4-10), 2001-02, 02-03, 03-04............................2004 Healy, Edmund G., (F; 20-27-47), 1973-74, 74-75, 75-76 ...................... 1976 Heidner, Alvin A., 1925-26 ........................................................................1926 Heidtke, Lyman O., 1938-39, 39-40 .........................................................1940 Hennessy, Sean P., (D; 13-50-63), 1991-92, 92-93, 93-94, 94-95 .......1995 Hettinger, David A., (F; 44-63-107), 1955-56, 56-57, 57-58..................1958 Hickey, Edward I., (F; 46-44-90), 1954-55, 55-56, 56-57 ......................1957 Hickey, Matthew J., (D; 6-14-20), 2005-06, 06-07, 07-08, 08-09 .........2009 Higgins, Richard G., (D; 5-33-38), 1960-61, 61-62, 62-63.....................1963 Hill, Mark C., (D; 5-10-15), 1984-85, 85-86, 86-87, 87-88 ....................1988 Hines, Derek S., (F; 12-20-32), 1999-00, 2000-01, 01-02, 02-03........2003 Hines, John B. R., 1935-36, 36-37 ...........................................................1937 Hingston, William E. Jr., (F; 34-44-78), 1960-61, 61-62, 62-63.............1963 Hinote, Daniel C., (F; 21-24-45), 1995-96 ...............................................1999 Hjelm, Kenneth E., (F; 38-64-102), 1962-63, 63-64, 64-65 ..................1965 Hocking, Timothy H., (F; 4-4-8), 1992-93 .................................................1995 Hollweg, Bryce A., (F: 29-59-88), 2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08..........2008 Holterman, Gordon H., 1934-35, 35-36...................................................1936 Houmiel, Michael W., (F; 2-6-8), 1987-88 ................................................1991 Howard, Bradley A., (F: 3-4-7), 2004-05 ..................................................2008 Howatt, Brody J., (F; 13-20-33), 1995-96, 97-98, 98-99 ........................1999 Hoyt, Francis R., 1951-52, 52-53 .............................................................1953 Hudak, Mark, (D; 7-23-30), 1985-86, 86-87, 88-89...............................1989 Huffer, Derek, (F; 1-2-3), 1991-92 ............................................................1994 Huglin, Harvey P., 1930-31........................................................................1932 Hugo, Victor J. Jr., (D; 4-19-23), 1951-52, 52-53, 53-54 ........................1954 Hull, Michael E., (F; 5-12-17), 2008-09 ........................................... 2012 I-I-I Isles, Richard R., (G; 4.40, .866), 1979-80 .............................................1983 Iverslie, Karl B., (F; 0-4-4), 1980-81 .........................................................1982 J-J-J Jamison, Joel R., (D; 4-35-39), 1995-96, 96-97, 98-99 .........................1999 Jensen, Jorg D., (G; 2.98, .847), 1995-96, 96-97 ...................................1999 Johnson, Gary R., (F; 42-80-122), 1961-62, 62-63, 63-64 ....................1964 Johnson, Malcolm D., 1948-49, 49-50 ....................................................1950 Johnson, Roger F., 1949-50 ......................................................................1951 Joyce, Eric J., (D; 5-15-20), 1998-99, 99-00, 2000-01, 01-02...............2002 K-K-K Kapsalis, Marc A., (D; 51-77-128), 1981-82, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85 ......1985 Kapsner, Paul D., (F; 5-12-17), 1983-84, 84-85 .....................................1986 Kassel, Joshua B., (G; 2.42, .909), 2005-06, 06-07, 07-08, 0-8-09 .....2009 Keating, Frank G., (F; 65-131-196), 1978-79, 79-80, 80-81, 81-82 .....1982 Keating, Kenneth J., 1950-51, 51-52 .......................................................1952 Keenan, Kevin P., (F; 45-68-113), 1983-84, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87........1987 Keiser, David R., (F; 5-6-11), 1997-98 ......................................................2001 Kelley, Kevin C., (F; 12-10-22), 1964-65 ..................................................1966 Kelsey, Michael L., (F; 0-3-3), 1989-90 ....................................................1992 Kenady, Frederick R., (F; 3-5-8), 1970-71, 71-72, 72-73 ........................ 1973 Kennedy, Michael C., (D; 4-5-9), 1987-88, 88-89 ...................................1991 Kennedy, Terrence J., (D; 7-18-25), 1965-66, 66-67, 67-68 .................1968 Kennedy, Thomas E., (D; 0-2-2), 1997-98................................................2000 Kettwick, Treye D., (G: 3.39-.888), 2003-04 ............................................2007 Kindgren, Chris. J., (F; 19-19-38), 1987-88, 88-89, 89-90, 90-91 ........1991 Kindgren, Eric J., (F; 3-16-19), 1990-91, 91-92.......................................1993 King, Arthur R., 1940-41, 41-42 ...............................................................1942 King, William T., (F; 53-42-95), 1980-81, 81-82, 82-83, 83-84.............1984 Knieriem, John P. IV, (F; 6-10-16), 1986-87, 87-88 .................................1989 Knowlton, David A., (F; 28-56-84), 1981-82, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85.......1985 Knowlton, James A., (F; 90-172-262), 1978-79, 79-80, 80-81, 81-82 .1982 Kobes, Frank J. IV, (F; 14-7-21), 1963-64, 64-65, 65-66 .......................1966 Kohlbeck, Christopher M., (F; 0-3-3), 1985-86 ........................................1989

Kuyk, Charles F.G. Jr., (F; X-X-77*), 1946-47, 47-48, 48-49, 49-50.......1950 Kuyk, David D., 1950-51 ...........................................................................1953 L-L-L Lambert, Howard L. Jr., 1940-41 ................................................January 1943 Lambert, Justin L., (F; 23-17-40), 1991-92, 92-93, 93-94 .....................1995 Lammersfeld, Mark E., (F; 7-13-20), 1976-77 .........................................1980 Landers, Michael H., (D; 18-41-59), 1990-91, 91-92, 92-93, 93-94 ....1994 Lane, John J., 1932-33 ..............................................................................1933 Lannan, Ford M., (G, 3.28, .843), 1999-00, 2000-01 ............................2001 Larkin, George T., 1937-38, 38-39, 39-40 ...............................................1940 Larr, David R., (F; 19-31-50), 1953-54, 54-55, 55-56 ............................1956 Lawlor, John D., 1932-33 ..........................................................................1934 Leahy, William J., (F; 4-3-7), 2005-06, 06-07, 07-08, 08-09 ..................2009 LeBlanc, Thomas G., (D; 49-78-127), 1978-79, 79-80, 80-81, 81-82 ..1982 Leetch, Eric W., (F; 6-10-16), 1994-95 .....................................................1995 Lensky, Scott A., (D; 2-15-17), 1998-99, 99-00 ......................................2002 Lentini, Paul E., (G; 5.54; .863), 1987-88................................................1991 Lewando, Vincent P., 1946-47, 47-48 ......................................................1948 Lewis, Mark K. Jr., 1924-25.......................................................................1927 Lind, Roger C., 1949-50 ............................................................................1950 Lindell, Kermit O., 1942-43 .......................................................................1944 Lindquist, Roy E., 1927-28, 28-29, 29-30 ...............................................1930 LoConte, Louis Jr., 1947-48 ......................................................................1948 Loehlein, Harold J., 1949-50, 50-51 ........................................................1952 Lowry, Kieran J. III, (F; 7-10-17), 1964-65 ...............................................1967 Lueders, Dirk H., 1953-54, 54-55, 55-56 ................................................1956 Lundbohm, Andrew A., (F; 76-92-168), 1995-96, 96-97, 97-98, 98-99 1999 Lynch, Edward T. Jr., 1952-53 ...................................................................1953 Lyon, Charles M., (D; 29-102-131), 1975-76, 76-77, 77-78, 78-79 ...... 1979 M-M-M MacDonald, Darryl M., (F; 47-60-107), 1982-83, 83-84, 84-85, 85-86 1986 Mackey, Donald F., 1950-51 .....................................................................1953 MacLaughlin, Robie, (F; 18-23-41), 1991-92, 92-93 ..............................1995 MacLeod, Chris. P., (F; 13-32-45), 2000-01, 01-02, 02-03, 03-04 .......2004 Maddalena, William J., (G; 5.36; .851), 1979-80 ....................................1983 Maggard, Kyle J. (F; 5-5-10) 2008-09 .............................................. 2012 Malloy, Gerald P.J., (D; 15-19-34), 1982-83, 83-84 ................................1984 Mangels, Robert L., 1951-52 ....................................................................1953 Mansell, Michael R., (D; 10-70-80), 1992-93, 93-94, 94-95, 95-96 ....1996 Mansell, Robert R., (F; 23-35-58), 1990-91, 91-92, 92-93....................1993 Manthey, Timothy T.,* (D; 17-36-53), 2005-06, 06-07 ...........................2009 Marston, Roy L., 1943-44, 44-45 .............................................................1945 Mattson, Steven M., (F; 3-8-11), 1973-74 ................................................ 1977 Maude, Raymond C., 1925-26..................................................................1926 Mayer, Adolph E., 1951-52, 52-53............................................................1953 Mayfield, Charles A., (F; 25-47-72), 2001-02, 02-03, 03-04 ..................2005 Mayfield, Nathan C., (F; 31-63-94), 1998-99, 99-00, 2000-01, 01-02 .2002 Maxwell, Andrew S., (D; 0-0-0), 2007-08, 08-09 .....................................2011 McAvoy, Garrett J., (F; 58-89-147), 1981-82, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85 ......1985 McCaffrey, William J., 1936-37, 37-38, 38-39 ........................................1939 McCarthy, William J., (D; 35-74-109), 1980-81, 81-82, 82-83, 83-84 ..1984 McCormack, Leonard R., (F; 25-56-81), 1955-56, 56-57, 57-58 ..........1958 McCormick, Daniel J., (F; 5-6-11), 1985-86, 86-87 ................................1987 McCulloch, John J., 1944-45.....................................................................1945 McDougall, Ian S., (D: 2-5-7), 2004-05, 2005-06, 06-07, 07-08 ...........2008 McGarry, Francis P., (D; 2-26-28), 1971-72, 72-73, 73-74, 74-75 ......... 1975 McGill, John L., (D; 11-15-26), 1967-68, 68-69, 69-70.......................... 1970 McKelvie, Zach D., (D; 14-44-54), 2005-06, 06-07, 07-08, 08-09 ........2009 McKenna, Casey P., (F; 0-1-1), 2000-01 ..................................................2004 McLaughlin, Eugene J., (F; 29-37-66), 1957-58, 58-59, 59-60 .............1960 McLean, John M., (D; 6-14-20), 2000-01, 01-02, 02-03, 03-04............2004 McMeniman, Thomas J., (D; 8-29-37), 1997-98, 98-99, 99-00 ............2000 McMullen, John N., (D; 0-5-5), 1960-61...................................................1963 McNally, James P., (F: 0-0-0), 2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08................2008 McNamara, Andrew T. Jr., 1926-27, 27-28 ..............................................1928 McRae, Alex M., (F, 1-1-2), 2008-09................................................ 2012

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N-N-N Nabb, Robert A., (F; 41-68-109), 1983-84, 84-85, 85-86 ......................1986 Negley, John M., (D; 29-66-95), 1978-79, 79-80, 80-81, 81-82 ............1982 Ness, Robert A. Jr., (D; 3-14-17), 1983-84, 84-85, 85-86 ......................1986 Newell, Richard T., (G; 3.09; .890), 1964-65, 65-66, 66-67 ..................1967 Nolan, Daniel A., 1937-38, 38-39 ............................................................1939 Norby, Wayne A., 1946-47, 47-48, 48-49 ................................................1949 0-0-0 O’Borsky, Steven A., (F; 38-52-90), 1981-82, 82-83, 83-84 ..................1985 O’Connell, Patrick J., 1945-46, 46-47 ...................................................... 1947 O’Connor, James R., (F; 45-60-105), 1954-55, 55-56, 56-57................1957 O’Keefe, Patrick J., (F; 5-11-16), 1966-67, 67-68 ...................................1968 Olson, Alan D., (F; 10-27-37), 1964-65, 65-66, 66-67 ...........................1967 Olson, Clair E., (G; 4.47; .867), 1972-73.................................................. 1975 Olson, Gregory M., (F; 4-12-16), 1962-63, 63-64 ...................................1964 Omilusik, Cody M., (F; 22-21-43), 2007-08 ..................................... 2011 O’Neil, Thomas A., 1932-33, 33-34 .........................................................1934 Opdenaker, Michael A., (D; 3-19-22), 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96, 96-97 .. 1997 Osness, Brett R., (F; 1-5-6), 2002-03 .......................................................2006 P-P-P Pallotta, Lawrence M., (F; 66-101-167), 1972-73, 73-74, 74-75, 75-761976 Palmer, Laurence J., 1956-57, 57-58, 58-59 ..........................................1959 Palodichuk, Chad M., (F; 3-1-4), 1991-92 ................................................1995 Palone, Michael F., (F; 38-85-123), 1965-66, 66-67, 67-68 .................1968 Patton, George S., 1945-46 ......................................................................1946 Perron, Christopher J., (F; 12-25-37), 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96, 96-97 .. 1997 Peterman, Sidney C., 1940-41, 41-42, .......................................January 1943 Peterson, Craig M., (D; 0-0-0), 1990-91 ...................................................1991 Peterson, Richard E., (D; 40-46-86), 1961-62, 62-63, 63-64 ................1964 Picking, Daniel H., (F; 1-1-2), 1987-88 .....................................................1988 Picone, Michael J., (F: 12-15-27), 2003-04, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07 ........2007 Pieper, Bradford W., (F; 13-12-25), 1996-97, 97-98, 98-99...................2000 Pierson, Thomas D., (F; 2-7-9), 2007-08, 08-09 ............................. 2011 Pietrzak, Christopher L., (F; 1-0-1), 1984-85, 85-86, 86-87 ..................1988 Pilarski, David A., (F; 8-18-26), 1991-92, 92-93, 93-94 .........................1994 Pistenma, David A., (F; 21-30-51), 1950-51, 51-52, 52-53 ....................1953

Plume, Stephen K. Jr., 1940-41 ................................................................ 1941 Podsiad, Chase M., (D: 14-40-54), 2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08 .......2008 Porter, Kenneth M., (D: 1-0-1), 2004-05, 2005-06, 06-07 .....................2008 Pressley, Milton H., 1928-29 .....................................................................1931 Prosser, Christian E., (F; 6-12-18), 1980-81 ............................................1984 Prossner, Leslie T., (D; 3-7-10), 1955-56 .................................................1956 Pyne, Robert M., (D; 0-1-1), 1978-79 .......................................................1983 Q-Q-Q Quinlan, Timothy M., (F; 7-17-24), 2001-02, 02-03 ................................2005 Quinn, Matthew S., (D; 1-1-2), 1986-87 ...................................................1987 R-R-R Randazzo, Richard A., (F; 43-72-115), 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93 1993 Ray, Thomas H., 1940-41, 41-42 ..............................................................1942 Ray, William J., 1941-42 ...................................................................June 1943 Regan, David M., (F; 7-8-15), 1984-85, 85-86 ........................................1986 Register, Charles L., 1935-36, 36-37 .......................................................1937 Reynolds, George T., (F; 49-78-127), 1971-72, 72-73, 73-74, 74-75 .... 1976 Rhoades, John H., (F; 13-29-42), 1979-80 ..............................................1983 Riley, Philip D., (F; 13-44-57), 1963-64, 64-65, 65-66 ...........................1966 Ritteman, Ralph A., 1949-50 ....................................................................1950 Rizzo, Christopher J., (F; 35-56-91), 1980-81, 81-82, 82-83, 83-84.....1984 Roberts, Brad J., (G; 2.72, .906), 2002-03, 03-04, 04-05, 05-06.........2006 Roberts, Clayton J., (D; 35-49-84), 1967-68, 68-69, 69-70................... 1970 Robinson, Charles F., (D; 21-75-96), 1980-81, 81-82, 82-83, 84-85....1985 Rogers, Clifton E., (G; 0.00/.000), 2002-03 ............................................2006 Rogosheske, Alexander W., (F; 3-11-14), 2000-01 .................................2004 Rose, Robert D., (F; 23-20-43), 1950-51, 51-52, 52-53 ........................1953 Ross, Robert J., (F: 30-35-65), 2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08 .............2008 Rost, David C., (F; 104-226-330), 1973-74, 74-75, 75-76, 76-77 ......... 1977 Rost, Thomas P., (F; 118-169-287), 1975-76, 76-77, 77-78, 79-80 .....1980 Rothemich, Mark A., (F; 1-1-2), 1998-99 .................................................1999 Rothschild, Jacquard H., 1928-29, 29-30................................................1930 Roubian, Edward J., (F; 45-71-116), 1970-71, 71-72, 72-73 ................. 1973 Rowe, Ken J., (F; 15-11-26), 2006-07, 07-08 ..........................................2010 Rudd, Corey C., (D; 3-7-10), 2002-03, 03-04, 04-05, 05-06..................2006 Ryan, John B., (F; 11-18-29), 1967-68, 68-69, 69-70 ............................ 1970 Ryan, Will R., (F; 10-19-29), 2005-06, 06-07, 07-08, 08-09..................2009 S-S-S Salisbury, Lloyd R., 1939-40, 40-41 ......................................................... 1941 Sarner, Brian G., (F; 6-3-9), 1999-00........................................................2003 Sawicky, Charles A., (F; 21-25-46), 1995-96, 96-97, 97-98, 98-99 ......1999 Sawyer, Edward W., 1933-34, 34-35 ........................................................1935 Sawyer, John A., 1926-27, 27-28..............................................................1928 Schachman, Matthew D., (D: 0-0-0), 2003-04, 04-05, 05-06................2007 Scheiffler, Frederick F., 1924-25, 25-26 ..................................................1926 Schick, John L., (D; 1-7-8), 1952-53, 53-54, 54-55 ................................1955 Schlotterbeck, Walter B., 1947-48 ...........................................................1948 Schoeppach, John T., (F; 2-5-7), 1985-86, 86-87 ...................................1988 Schorr, Donald M., 1928-29 .....................................................................1929 Schroeder, Mark V., (F; 25-31-56), 1976-77, 77-78, 78-79, 79-80 .......1980 Schulze, Jerome S., (D; 19-53-72), 1986-87, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90 ......1990 Schumacher, Francis J., (D; 5-23-28), 1982-83, 83-84 ..........................1984 Schuster, John N., (F; 6-6-12), 1980-81 ...................................................1984 Schweiger, Frederic M., (F; 14-32-46), 1952-53, 53-54 .........................1954 Scioletti, Daniel C. Jr., (G; 3.38; .894), 1968-69, 69-70, 70-71 ............. 1971 Scott, Douglas C., (F; 6-9-15), 1994-95, 95-96 .......................................1998 Scott, John F. III, (F; 8-17-25), 1969-70-70-71 ........................................ 1971 Sefchik, Eric R, (F; 14-32-46), 2006-07, 07-08, 08-09 ................... 2010 Serre, Nicholas J., (F; 21-63-84), 1999-00, 2000-01, 01-02, 02-03.....2003 Seward, Lawrence M., (F; 2-4-6), 1991-92 ..............................................1994 Shea, Francis L. III, (F; 68-120-188), 1981-82, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85 ..1985 Sharrock, Joseph B., (F; 57-71-128), 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96, 96-97 ... 1997 Shepard, John T., (G; 1.89; .922), 1962-63 .............................................1963 Sheridan, Rich. V. III, (F; 49-79-128), 1986-87, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90 ..1990 Shotwell, James H., (F; 9-4-13), 1961-62 ................................................1963

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McWain, Timothy, (F; 11-15-26), 1985-86, 86-87, 87-88, 88-89 ..........1989 Mead, Christopher W., (D; 12-29-41), 1988-89, 89-90, 90-91, 91-92 ..1992 Melanson, Edward, (F; 19-20-39), 1985-86, 86-87, 87-88....................1988 Mellin, James P., (F; 7-8-15), 1955-56, 56-57, 57-58.............................1958 Melly, Brendan J., (G; 6.15, .750), 1997-98 ............................................2001 Merhar, David M., (F; 112-117-229), 1966-67, 67-68, 68-69 ...............1969 Messina, Mark S., (F; 11-10-21), 1980-81, 82-83 ..................................1984 Meyer, Nicholas J., (F; 2-2-4), 1990-91 ....................................................1993 Meyer, Owen, F (F; 53-48--101), 2006-07, 07-08, 08-09 ................. 2010 Mieras, Cornelius E., (G; 2.28; .896), 1963-64 .......................................1964 Migliaro, Christopher S., (F; 14-16-30), 2002-03, 03-04, 04-05, 05-062006 Migliaro, Michael A., (F; 0-0-0), 2005-06, 06-07 .....................................2009 Miller, Fred R., 1950-51 ............................................................................. 1951 Miller, Wayne D., 1950-51 ......................................................................... 1951 Milliken, Walter R., 1948-49 .....................................................................1949 Minihane, Neil, (D; 1-16-17), 1986-87, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90 ................1990 Monahan, George L. Jr., (F; 16-35-51), 1951-52, 52-53, 53-54, 54-55 1955 Moran, Edward H., (D; 21-60-81), 1982-83, 83-84, 84-85, 85-86........1986 Moran, Paul E., (F; 16-16-32), 1972-73, 73-74, 74-75 ........................... 1975 Morino, Joshua G., (D; 13-30-43), 1998-99, 99-00, 2000-01, 01-02 ...2002 Morrison, Robert C., 1949-50 ...................................................................1950 Morrison, William J., (F; 54-76-130), 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96, 96-97 ... 1997 Moscatelli, Tito G., 1926-27 ......................................................................1928 Moses, Oliver IV, 1943-44, 44-45.............................................................1946 Moss, Raymond, 1947-48, 48-49.............................................................1949 Moss, William T., (G; 3.19-.909), 2002-03, 03-04 ..................................2004 Murphy, Timothy P., (F; 11-25-36), 1998-99, 99-00, 2000-01, 01-02 ..2002 Murray, James K., (F; 5-9-14), 1968-69, 69-70....................................... 1970 Murrett, Daniel P., (F; 55-84-139), 1975-76, 76-77, 77-78 ................... 1979

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Simenson, Clifford G., 1932-33, 33-34 ....................................................1934 Sisson, Donald C., (D; 3-26-29), 1995-96, 96-97, 97-98 .......................1999 Skarda, Bryant L., (F; 4-10-14), 2008-09 ........................................ 2012 Smith, Edward P., 1937-38, 38-39 ...........................................................1939 Smith, James T., (D; 2-10-12), 1998-99...................................................2001 Smith, Kenneth W., (F; 62-52-114), 1964-65, 65-66, 66-67 .................1967 Smith, Lawrence J., (F; 4-10-14), 1980-81 ..............................................1984 Smith, Lucas A., (D; 0-4-4), 1996-97 ........................................................2000 Smith, Milton S., (D; 11-20-31), 1990-91, 91-92, 92-93 ........................1994 Snead, William K., 1952-53 ......................................................................1953 Snow, Jeffrey J., (G; 4.26; .866), 1979-80, 80-81, 81-82, 82-83 ..........1983 Snyder, Arthur Jr., (F; 44-38-82), 1945-46, 46-47, 47-48 ......................1948 Snyder, Francis, (F; 24-29-53), 1950-51, 51-52, 52-53 .........................1953 Snyder, Howard M. Jr., 1934-35, 35-36 ...................................................1936 Soucie, Christopher P., (D; 5-10-15), 1990-91, 91-92 ............................1992 Spinks, James M. Jr., (F; 1-0-1), 1970-71 ................................................. 1972 Spiridigliozzi, Robert J., (D; 1-20-21), 1973-74, 75-76 ............................ 1976 Spracklen, Christopher M., (F, 2-1-3), 2007-08, 08-09 .................. 2011 Spracklen, Joseph R., (G, 2.56, .905) 2006-07, 08-09 ................... 2010 Stachelski, Mark E., (F; 46-65-111), 1991-92, 92-93, 93-94, 94-95....1995 Staples, Jon M., (G; 5.06; .831), 1985-86, 86-87, 87-88.......................1988 Stenson, James F., (G; 3.69; .885), 1981-82, 82-83, 83-84..................1985 Stonehouse, Gerald F., (F; 57-62-119), 1960-61, 61-62, 62-63............1963 Strong, Gordon M., 1945-46, 46-47 ......................................................... 1947 Sturgis, Barry B., (F; 15-18-33), 1954-55, 55-56, 56-57 .......................1957 Sullivan, Patrick T., (D; 14-41-55), 1972-73, 73-74, 74-75, 75-76......... 1976 Sundem, Chad R., (F; 38-45-83), 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93 .........1993 Sussmann, William A., 1936-37, 37-38 ...................................................1938 Swanson, Carl A. Jr., (G; 4.65; .825), 1975-76 ........................................ 1977 Sweeney, Walter C., 1928-29 ....................................................................1930 Syfko, Thomas A., (F; 7-2-9), 1971-72 ...................................................... 1974 Symes, Albert R., (F; 35-43-78), 1959-60, 60-61, 61-62 .......................1962 Symes, Michael T., (F; 75-99-174), 1981-82, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85 ......1985

W-W-W Wagstaff, David Jr., 1930-31, 31-32, 32-33 ............................................1933 Walsh, Kevin P., (F; 3-31-34), 1974-75, 75-76, 76-77, 77-78................. 1978 Wanish, Mark J., (F; 3-1-4), 1995-96........................................................1998 Ward, Morgan P., (F; 2-4-6), 2002-03, 03-04 ..........................................2006 Ward, William F., 1949-50 .........................................................................1950 Wardrop, Daniel H., 1949-50, 50-51 ........................................................ 1951 Warren, Robert B., 1932-33, 33-34 .........................................................1934 Waters, John K., 1929-30, 30-31 .............................................................1931 Wayne, Robert E., 1944-45, 45-46 ..........................................................1946 Weber, Robert I., 1948-49, 49-50 ............................................................1950 Wegner, Dean D., (F; 0-1-1), 1991-92 ......................................................1993 West, William I., 1945-46, 46-47 .............................................................. 1947 Wheeler, Wayne R., (D; 7-31-38), 1961-62, 62-63, 63-64 .....................1964 Whipple, Sherburne Jr., 1932-33..............................................................1933 Whittington, William E., 1943-44, 44-45 .................................................1945 Wilkinson, Thomas C., (F; 17-27-44), 1953-54, 54-55 ...........................1955 Williams, John T., (D; 11-34-45), 1996-97, 97-98, 98-99.......................2000 Williams, Scott T., (D; 5-26-31), 1987-88, 88-89, 89-90, 90-91 ............1991 Wilson, Harry S. Jr., 1950-51, 51-52 ........................................................1952 Wilson, Matthew E., (F; 50-61-111), 1983-84, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87 ....1987 Winer, Corey D., (G; 2.97; .899), 1996-97, 97-98, 98-99, 99-00...........2000 Winer, Ian S., (F; 55-93-148), 1992-93, 93-94, 94-95, 95-96...............1996 Wojciehoski, Gerald J., 1946-47 ............................................................... 1947 Woloshyn, Jeffrey J., (F; 27-67-94), 1971-72, 72-73 ............................... 1976 Woodruff, Roscoe B., 1940-41.................................................................. 1941

T-T-T Tamburino, Todd, (D; 15-42-57), 1987-88, 88-89, 89-90, 90-91 ..........1991 Tanzer, John B., 1952-53 ..........................................................................1953 Tapping, Field H., 1929-30, 30-31............................................................1931 Tardif, Scott B., (F; 30-31-61), 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92...........................1992 Tate, Frederic H.S., 1939-40, 40-41, 41-42 .............................................1942 Tate, Joseph S., 1940-41 ........................................................................... 1941 Telford, Sidney T., 1931-32, 32-33, 33-34 ...............................................1934 Thatcher, Herbert B., 1931-32 ..................................................................1932 Thiebaud, Kenneth E., 1926-27................................................................1927 Thomas, Gary P., (F; 32-20-52), 1951-52, 52-53, 53-54 .......................1954 Thompson, Michael H., (F; 78-84-162), 1962-63, 63-64, 64-65...........1965 Thompson, Michael R., (D; 2-4-6), 1972-73 ............................................ 1973 Tighe, Terry M., (D; 5-10-15), 1968-69, 69-70, 70-71 ............................ 1971 Tilch, Mark D., (D; 1-10-11), 2005-06, 06-07, 07-08, 08-09 .................2009 Tilton, Robert C., 1956-57 .........................................................................1957 Tincher, Maxwell A., 1935-36, 36-37 .......................................................1937 Tobin, Robert S., (F; 30-31-61), 1987-88, 88-89 ....................................1991 Toftey, Jonathan E., (F; 15-22-37), 1997-98, 99-00, 2000-01, 01-02...2002 Toomey, Charles J., (D; 2-3-5), 1976-77 ...................................................1980 Traczyk, Todd J., (F; 10-19-29), 1987-88, 88-89, 89-90 .........................1990 Tumperi, John R.E., 1952-53 ....................................................................1953 Tyson, Ian J., (F; 14-19-33), 1995-96, 96-97, 97-98...............................1999

Z-Z-Z Zitzman, Kenneth F., 1931-32 ..................................................................1932 *statistics incomplete

Y-Y-Y Yancey, David T., (D; 11-48-59), 1974-75, 75-76, 76-77, 77-78 ............ 1979 Yaros, John D., (G; .912-2.86), 2001-02 ..................................................2005 Yost, Joseph B., 1934-35, 35-36 ..............................................................1936 Young, Crawford, 1941-42 ................................................................June 1943 Young, David J., (F; 28-49-77), 1967-68, 68-69, 69-70 ......................... 1970

V-V-V Vana, Frank M. Jr., (F; 11-5-16), 1982-83 ................................................1986 Van Nostrand, William S., 1932-33 ..........................................................1934 Vogel, Kenneth L., (F; 18-32-50), 1969-70, 70-71, 71-72 ...................... 1972 VonWald, James L., (D; 4-8-12), 1982-83 ................................................1986

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In commemoration of that first game, RMC presented a cup known as the “Challenge Trophy” to the United States Military Academy. Although the trophy was expected to remain at West Point, a myth arose in the early years of the series that the trophy was presented to the losing team. The following winter, 1924, the Black Knights traveled to Kingston. Army had played hockey since 1904 (138 games) and this was the first contest away from West Point. In fact, with the exception of their trips to Canada every other year, Army continued to play only home games until 1941. Royal Military College won that 1924 tilt 10-5, ruining the homecoming of first-year Army coach Ray Marchand. The Pointer, the Corps newspaper, said of this game, “... Moreover, stronger opponents than the Canadian cadets could hardly have been found anywhere. That the men emerged on the short end of the score as close as ten to five is little short of miraculous. “The international contest was noteworthy also for the clean sportsmanship that prevailed. Not a foul marred the progress of the game, and both schools are eager to continue the annual meeting of the two service academies.” No penalties were called in the series until 1954. In that game, at the urging of Army coach Jack Riley, infractions were called. The first penalty came against Dirk Lueders, the Army goalie. The Paladins dominated the early series, winning 14 of the first 15 games, with the other ending in a 4-4 tie in 1935. Army earned its first victory in 1939, a 3-2 decision in Kingston. After a two-year break, the matchup resumed in 1942 with Army winning, 3-1. Royal

Former West Point Superintendent Gen. William Lennox and Joe Dudeck in 2003.

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Rivalries make sporting events special. International rivalries make them personal. The Army-Royal Military College rivalry celebrated 75 years during the 2005-06 season and it was billed as a continuation of the “oldest continuous international rivalry in sports.” The two teams have not played since a 3-3 tie in Kingston, Ontario on February 11, 2006 but there is denying the history of the competition. A grudge match that spans international borders and began with Brig. Gen. Douglas MacArthur and Maj. Gen. Sir Archibald MacDonnell 77 years ago was as vibrant and fierce in the 21st Century as it was in the Roaring ’20s. Rob Riley, former coach and older brother to current head coach Brian Riley, tilted the international rivalry with their Canadian counterparts north of the border upon assuming the reins from his father, Jack, in 1986-87. Army authored a 12-game unbeaten streak (10-0-2) against RMC after a 4-3 setback in Riley’s first season. Since then, the Black Knights won five of the final seven meetings to hold a 10-game advantage in the overall series. Included in Riley’s run of success was a streak of seven straight victories in which Army outscored RMC, 41-9. Over the years, the rivalry took on epic proportions similar to the Army-Navy football contest. “The RMC game is a great experience because not only are you playing another military academy, but you are representing your country as well,” said Col. (Ret.) Jim Knowlton, former forward for the Black Knights. “(Army) always played with additional intensity, and the game was one of the most physical of the season. It is a great battle that takes everyone’s game to the next level.” The Military Academy also recognized the importance of the rivalry. Any athlete who participated in a win over RMC receives a gold maple leaf to be worn over his or her varsity “A” letter. Athletes who secure wins over Navy receive a gold star, while wins over Air Force earn a silver star. The idea of a hockey matchup between the Canadian and American service academies sprouted in 1921 from then Brig. General Douglas MacArthur. MacArthur, then the superintendent of the Military Academy, wrote a letter to Maj. Gen. Sir Archibald MacDonnell, commandant of RMC, to suggest that the two military schools play. Letters and ideas continued to be exchanged between the two academy leaders and details were finalized. On Feb. 23, 1923, a party of Royal Military College officers and cadets traveled to West Point for the first game. That inaugural contest was played on a natural rink adjacent to the West Point Gymnasium, now known as Arvin Gym. The Black Knights, who began playing hockey in 1904, used that open-air surface until they moved into Smith Rink on Jan. 31, 1931. The Paladins won that first game, 3-0. The New York Tribune gave the following account of that first encounter, “Army was beaten at hockey today by the Royal Military College of Kingston, Ontario. The Canadian cadets excelled the Army men all the way, displaying the best all around form seen here in years. Hamilton and the two Carr-Harrises were the outstanding stars on the Canadian team. Beano (the Army goalie), was a busy man and made some truly remarkable saves ... The game was one of the cleanest fought contests staged here this winter, and was marked by a fine display of sportsmanship on both sides.”

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2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE Military College closed during World War II, and when the teams met again in 1949, the Black Knights secured a 5-4 win as parity finally seeped into the series. Riley took over the Army program in 1951 and the Black Knights quickly gained ground on its adversaries from the north. Army won 15 of the 20 games in the 1950s and 1960s to forge an 18-21-1 record in the overall series. “It is similar to the Army-Navy football game,” Riley said. “U.S. and Canadian ambassadors have been known to attend. It is always very intense.” The early 1970s was the “tie” era, with three of the four contests between 1973 and 1976 ending deadlocked. Interestingly, four of the six ties in the series happened to be 4-4. Overtime was not played during these years. The only previous overtime game went to RMC, 3-2, in 1955. In the early 1980s, it was decided that overtime would be reinstated. Until the 1998 game, the two most recent overtime contests had been in 1989 and 1990. Rich Sheridan’s last minute goal gave Army a 3-2 win in 1989, while his apparent last-second goal in regulation was disallowed in 1990 and the game finished deadlocked 3-3 following a scoreless extra session. The teams played evenly from the mid1970s through the mid-1980s, with each winning five games. When Riley retired in 1986, he had brought the Black Knights to

Ed Rubion with the Challenge Cup

ARMY VS. RMC SERIES Overall Series: Army leads, 39-29-7 Army Record at West Point: 25-12-1 Army Record in Kingston: 14-17-6 within one game of overtaking RMC in the series. At that time, the Paladins held a slight 26-25-4 edge. But with the arrival of Riley’s son, Rob, to the bench, Army dominated its military brothers. The Black Knights did not lose to the Royal Military College of Canada in the 1990s. Two ties, in 1990 and 1998, were the only blemishes on an otherwise spectacular 10-year run. RMC’s 3-0 win in 2000 ended a 12-game unbeaten streak and got the Paladins off to a good start in the new millennium. However, Army rebounded with a big win at Tate Rink in 2001 that had tipped the scales in the Americans’ favor once again. In 2003 as a salute to both country’s men and women defending the world’s freedom overseas, the National Hockey League supplied officials for the contest held in the Kingston Memorial Centre. Former RMC head coach Danny MacLeod contacted the NHL, which was able to comply with the former coaching legend’s request as most officials enjoyed a weekend off for the professional league’s annual all-star game. Jack Riley, who coached Army Hockey from 1951 through 1986, was behind the bench for 22 victories, finishing his career with a 22- 11-3 (.653) record against the Paladins. Rob etched a remarkable 13-3-2 (.778) account in his 18 seasons at the helm, while Marchand posted two victories and Len Patten added the other. In 2005, Brian Riley notched a victory in his first game versus RMC, accomplishing something his father and brother failed to do. Three years ago, Army and RMC skated to a 3-3 draw in Kingston. Together, the Riley family has accounted for 36 of Army’s 39 wins in the history of the series. Although the rivalry began as a hockeyonly battle, the rivalry has expanded over the years to include competition in rifle, pistol, men’s volleyball, karate, judo and debating. The annual encounter with RMC is billed as “RMC Weekend” at the military academy. The atmosphere in the arena always resembles that of an Olympic event, complete with spectators waving their country’s flag in support of their team.

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ARMY VS. RMC THROUGH THE YEARS

Date ...........Score ..........................................Site 02/23/23 ....RMC 3, Army 0 ............. West Point, N.Y. 02/16/24 ....RMC 10, Army 5 ..............Kingston, Ont. 02/22/25 ....RMC 5, Army 0 ............. West Point, N.Y. 02/19/27 ....RMC 7, Army 2 ................Kingston, Ont. 02/18/28 ....RMC 8, Army 3 ............. West Point, N.Y. 02/23/29 ....RMC 8, Army 3 ................Kingston, Ont. 02/22/30 ....RMC 5, Army 3 ............. West Point, N.Y. 03/07/31 ....RMC 7, Army 5 ................Kingston, Ont. 03/05/32 ....RMC 7, Army 1 ............. West Point, N.Y. 02/25/33 ....RMC 3, Army 1 ................Kingston, Ont. 1934 ............RMC 6, Army 4 ............. West Point, N.Y. 03/02/35 ....Tie 4-4..............................Kingston, Ont. 1936 ............RMC 5, Army 2 ............. West Point, N.Y. 1937 ............RMC 4, Army 1 ................Kingston, Ont. 1938 ............RMC 1, Army 0 ............. West Point, N.Y. 1939 ............Army 3, RMC 2 ................Kingston, Ont. 03/06/42 ....Army 3, RMC 1 ............. West Point, N.Y. 1949 ............Army 5, RMC 4 ............. West Point, N.Y. 03/11/50 ....RMC 6, Army 4 ................Kingston, Ont. 03/03/51 ....Army 4, RMC 2 ............. West Point, N.Y. 03/01/52 ....RMC 7, Army 4 ................Kingston, Ont. 03/07/53 ....Army 5, RMC 4 ............. West Point, N.Y. 03/06/54 ....Army 5, RMC 3 ................Kingston, Ont. 03/05/55 ....RMC 3, Army 2 (OT)...... West Point, N.Y. 03/10/56 ....Army 3, RMC 2 ................Kingston, Ont. 03/09/57 ....Army 7, RMC 2 ............. West Point, N.Y. 03/08/58 ....Army 5, RMC 1 ................Kingston, Ont. 03/07/59 ....RMC 6, Army 1 ............. West Point, N.Y. 03/05/60 ....Army 7, RMC 5 ................Kingston, Ont. 03/04/61 ....Army 7, RMC 1 ............. West Point, N.Y. 03/03/62 ....Army 3, RMC 2 ................Kingston, Ont. 03/02/63 ....Army 9, RMC 4 ............. West Point, N.Y. 03/07/64 ....RMC 4, Army 2 ................Kingston, Ont. 03/06/65 ....Army 6, RMC 0 ............. West Point, N.Y. 03/05/66 ....RMC 8, Army 3 ................Kingston, Ont. 03/04/67 ....Army 9, RMC 1 ............. West Point, N.Y. 03/09/68 ....Army 4, RMC 2 ................Kingston, Ont. 03/08/69 ....Army 5, RMC 2 ............. West Point, N.Y. 03/07/70 ....Army 3, RMC 2 ................Kingston, Ont. 03/06/71 ....Army 6, RMC 0 ............. West Point, N.Y. 03/11/72 ....RMC 7, Army 4 ................Kingston, Ont. 03/10/73 ....Tie 4-4........................... West Point, N.Y. 03/02/74 ....Tie 4-4..............................Kingston, Ont. 03/08/75 ....Army 2, RMC 1 ............. West Point, N.Y. 03/13/76 ....Tie 4-4..............................Kingston, Ont. 03/12/77 ....Army 11, RMC 2 ........... West Point, N.Y. 02/18/78 ....RMC 7, Army 6 ................Kingston, Ont. 01/27/79 ....Army 12, RMC 4 ........... West Point, N.Y. 01/26/80 ....RMC 5, Army 2 ................Kingston, Ont. 02/21/81 ....Army 10, RMC 5 ........... West Point, N.Y. 02/06/82 ....RMC 4, Army 3 ................Kingston, Ont. 02/19/83 ....RMC 3, Army 2 ............. West Point, N.Y. 02/18/84 ....RMC 8, Army 5 ................Kingston, Ont. 02/09/85 ....Army 6, RMC 4 ............. West Point, N.Y. 01/25/86 ....Army 9, RMC 7 ................Kingston, Ont. 01/24/87 ....RMC 4, Army 3 ............. West Point, N.Y. 01/23/88 ....Army 4, RMC 3 ................Kingston, Ont. 01/21/89 ....Army 3, RMC 2 (OT)...... West Point, N.Y. 01/20/90 ....Tie 3-3 (OT) .....................Kingston, Ont. 01/26/91 ....Army 11, RMC 1 ........... West Point, N.Y. 01/25/92 ....Army 3, RMC 2 ................Kingston, Ont. 02/06/93 ....Army 6, RMC 2 ............. West Point, N.Y. 02/12/94 ....Army 6, RMC 0 ................Kingston, Ont. 02/11/95 ....Army 6, RMC 1 ............. West Point, N.Y. 02/10/96 ....Army 2, RMC 0 ................Kingston, Ont. 02/08/97 ....Army 7, RMC 3 ............. West Point, N.Y. 02/07/98 ....Tie 2-2 (OT) ......................Kingston, Ont. 02/06/99 ....Army 3, RMC 1 ............. West Point, N.Y. 02/12/00 ....RMC 3, Army 0 ................Kingston, Ont. 02/10/01 ....Army 7, RMC 1 ............. West Point, N.Y. 02/09/02 ....RMC 3, Army 2 (OT).........Kingston, Ont. 02/08/03 ....Army 4, RMC 0 ............. West Point, N.Y. 02/07/04 ....Army 3, RMC 2 ................Kingston, Ont. 02/05/05 ....Army 6, RMC 1 ............. West Point, N.Y. 02/11/06 ....Tie 3-3 (OT) ......................Kingston, Ont.

WORLD CLASS FACILITIES

2009-10 ARMY HOCKEY SCHEDULE OCTOBER 9 ....... at Nebraska-Omaha! .......... TBD 10 ....... St. Lawrence/UMass-Lowell!TBD 17 ....... at Merrimack ............. 7:05 p.m. 24 ....... MERCYHURST*........ 7:05 p.m. 25 ....... MERCYHURST*........ 2:05 p.m. 30 ....... at Colgate ................... 7:05 p.m. 31 ....... at RPI .......................... 7:05 p.m. NOVEMBER 6 ....... at RIT* ........................ 7:05 p.m. 7 ....... at RIT* ........................ 7:05 p.m. 13 ....... AMERICAN INT’L*.... INT’L*.... 7:05 P.M. 14 ....... at American Int’l* ...... 7:05 p.m. 20 ....... at Bentley*................. 7:05 p.m. 21 ....... at Bentley*................. 7:05 p.m. 27 ....... CANISIUS* ............... 7:05 P.M. 28 ....... CANISIUS* ............... 7:05 P.M.

DECEMBER 4 ....... SACRED HEART* ..... 7:05 P.M. 5 ....... SACRED HEART* ..... 7:05 P.M. JANUARY 2 ....... UNION ....................... 7:05 P.M. 8 ....... at Sacred Heart* ....... 7:05 p.m. 9 ....... at Sacred Heart* ....... 7:05 p.m. 15 ....... at Canisius* ............... 7:05 p.m. 16 ....... at Canisius* ............... 7:05 p.m. 22 ....... CONNECTICUT* ....... 7:05 P.M. 23 ....... CONNECTICUT* ....... 7:05 P.M. 29 ....... AIR FORCE* ............. 7:05 P.M. 30 ....... AIR FORCE* ............. 7:05 P.M. FEBRUARY 5 ....... at Holy Cross* ........... 7:05 p.m. 6 ....... at Holy Cross* .......... 7:05 p.m. 12 ....... RIT* .......................... 7:05 P.M. 13 ....... RIT* .......................... 7:05 P.M. 19 ....... at Mercyhurst* .......... ..........8:05 8:05 p.m. 20 ....... at Mercyhurst* .......... 7:05 p.m. 26 ....... at American Int’l* ...... 7:05 p.m. 27 ....... AMERICAN INT’L*.... INT’L*.... 7:05 P.M.

MARCH 6 ....... AHA Play-In Round .... 7:05 p.m. 12 ....... AHA Quarterfinal Series ..... TBD 19 ....... AH Semifinals^....... nals^.......4/7:05 4/7:05 p.m. 20 ....... AH Championship^ .... 7:05 p.m. 28 ....... NCAA Regionals .................. TBD HOME GAMES IN GOLD CAPS *Atlantic Hockey Association contest ! Mutual of Omaha Icebreaker Tournament with Nebraska-Omaha, UMass-Lowell and St. Lawrence ^ Atlantic Hockey playoffs at Blue Cross Arena, Rochester, N.Y. Play-in round: 7 vs. 10; 8 vs. 9


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