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ARMY HOCKEY

2012 - 2013

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Ticket Information ...................................................... 2 Broadcast Schedule ................................................... 2 Promotions Schedule ................................................. 3 Media Services ........................................................... 4 Alumni Weekend ........................................................ 5 Army Sports Hall of Fame .......................................... 6 The Riley Legacy ......................................................... 7 Army in the NHL.......................................................... 8 Forzen Four Skills Competition ................................. 9 Army in International Competition .......................... 10 The NHL at Tate Rink ...............................................11 West Point Perspective ............................................12 Outdoor Scrimmage .................................................13 Hockey Facilities ................................................. 14-15 Why West Point................................................... 16-19 The U.S. Military Academy ................................. 20-21 Army Hockey ....................................................... 22-23 Distinguished Graduates ................................... 24-25 Center for Enhanced Performance .........................26 West Point Academics ............................................. 27 Athletic Training ........................................................28 Army Strength ...........................................................29 Academy Leadership................................................30 Athletics Director Boo Corrigan ............................... 31 Coach Brian Riley ............................................... 32-33 Assistant Coach Trevor Large ..................................34 Assistant Coach Mike Warde ...................................34 Hockey Support Staff ...............................................34 Media Roster ............................................................35 Officer Representatives ...........................................36 Rosters ................................................................ 36-37 The Black Knights .............................................. 38-55 How I Spent My Summer .........................................56 Getting To Know The Team ...................................... 57 2011-12 ............................................................. 58-73 Career Hat Tricks .................................................74-75 All-Time Records ..................................................76-77 The AHA............................................................... 78-79 Army Hockey History .......................................... 80-81 Army vs. RMC...................................................... 82-83 Army All-Americans ..................................................84 Two Seasons To Remember ....................................85 Awards & Honors ......................................................86 Team Awards ...................................................... 87-88 Yearly Scoring Leaders ............................................89 Yearly Goaltending Leaders .....................................90 The AAA Award ..........................................................90 Career Records......................................................... 91 Season Records .......................................................92 Decade-by-Decade Results ............................... 93-94 All-Time Results ................................................ 95-105 All-Time Letterwinners ...................................106-110

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. David Huntoon Jr. Athletic Director .............................. Boo Corrigan Conference ................................. Atlantic Hockey Arena ..................................................... Tate Rink Size..........................................200 feet x 85 feet Capacity ......................................................2,525 Tate Rink Box Office .................. 1-877-TIX-ARMY Tate Rink Press Box .................... 845-938-5116 HOCKEY INFORMATION First Year of Hockey ....................................1904 Overall Record .................. 1086-978-117 (.524) 2011-12 Record ........................................4-23-7 2011-12 Conference Record....................3-19-5 Letterwinners Returning ................................. 14 Letterwinners Lost .......................................... 12 Newcomers ...................................................... 13 Head Coach ........................................ Brian Riley Alma Mater ..........................................Brown ‘83 Career Record................ 98-144-43 (8 seasons) Record at Army ............................................same Hockey Office Phone ................... 845-938-3711 Assistant Coaches ......Trevor Large, Mike Warde Volunteer Assistant ...............................Eric Lang Captain.......................................... Cheyne Rocha Alternate Captain ....................Ryan Leets, Brian ...................................Schultz, Andy Starczewski Dir. of Hockey Operations ..................Tom Doran Athletic Trainer ...................................Jason Rule Athletic Interns ................2nd Lt. Marcel Alvarez .................................................. 2nd Lt. Mike Hull ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Hockey Contact .......................... Ryan Yanoshak Office ............................................ 845-938-7197 Cellular .........................................845-406-1130 E-mail .......................Ryan.Yanoshak@usma.edu Web Site ...................... www.goARMYsports.com Twitter............................................. ArmyAthletics Facebook ... Facebook.com/Army Black Knights Army ‘A’ Line ................................ 845-938-2769

MEDIA GUIDE CREDITS The 2012-13 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, Pam Flenke, Christian Anderson and Michelle Centolanza. Photos courtesy of Danny Wild, John Pellino, Tommy Gilligan, Mark Aikman, David Hahn, Beverly Schaefer Photography, DPTMS, Mady Salvani, Paul Rader, Ken Booth, Bruce Adler, Pete Hennessey and Army Athletic Communications.

ON THE COVERS Front Cover: Senior captain Cheyne Rocha. Back Cover: Alternate captains Ryan Leets, Brian Schultz and Andy Starczewski. Inside Covers: The Army hockey team and locker rooms.

2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY SCHEDULE OCTOBER Fri. 12 vs. Nebraska-Omaha! 10 p.m. Sat. 13 vs. Maine/Notre Dame! TBA Fri. 19 SACRED HEART* 7:05 p.m. Sat. 20 at Sacred Heart* 7:05 p.m. Fri. 26 PENN STATE 7:05 p.m. Sat. 27 at Holy Cross* 7:05 p.m. NOVEMBER Fri. 9 NIAGARA* 7:05 p.m. Sat. 10 NIAGARA* 7:05 p.m. Fri. 16 SACRED HEART* 7:05 p.m. Sat. 17 at Brown 7:05 p.m. Thur. 29 at Bentley* 7:05 p.m. DECEMBER Sat. 1 AMERICAN INT’L* 7:05 p.m. Fri. 7 at Connecticut* 7:05 p.m. Tue. 11 at Merrimack 7:05 p.m. Thur. 27 RUSSIAN JR. ALL-STARS7:05 p.m. Sat. 29 at Canisius* 7:05 p.m. Sun. 30 at Canisius* 7:05 p.m. JANUARY Fri. 4 ROBERT MORRIS*# 7:35 p.m. Sat. 5 ROBERT MORRIS* 7:05 p.m. Fri. 11 at Air Force* 7:05 p.m. Sat. 12 at Air Force*# 6:05 p.m. Fri. 18 RIT* 7:05 p.m. Sat. 19 RIT* 7:05 p.m. Sat. 26 RMC 7:05 p.m. FEBRUARY Fri. 1 at Mercyhurst* 7:05 p.m. Sat. 2 at Mercyhurst* 7:05 p.m. Fri. 8 AMERICAN INT’L* 7:05 p.m. Sat. 9 at American Int’l* 3:05 p.m. Fri. 15 at Bentley* 7:05 p.m. Sat. 16 BENTLEY* 7:05 p.m. Fri. 22 CONNECTICUT* 7:05 p.m. Sat. 23 CONNECTICUT* 7:05 p.m. MARCH Fri. 1 HOLY CROSS* 7:05 p.m. Sat. 2 at Holy Cross* 7:05 p.m. F-S 8-10 First Round Series Highest Seed F-S 15-17 Quarterfinal Series Highest Seed Fri. 22 AH Semifinals^ Rochester, N.Y. Sat. 23 AH Championship^ Rochester, N.Y. T-S 28-31 NCAA Regionals TBD Home Games In BOLD CAPS All times Eastern * Atlantic Hockey Association contest ! Icebreaker with Maine, Nebraska-Omaha and Notre Dame at Sprint Center, Kansas City, Mo. # on CBS Sports Network ^ Atlantic Hockey playoffs at Blue Cross Arena, Rochester, N.Y.

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Season and single-game tickets for the 2012-13 Army hockey season are now on sale and can be purchased in a number of ways. Seventeen games are scheduled to be played at Tate Rink this season, including exhibition games against Canada’s Royal Military College and the Russian Junior All-Stars, a non-conference game against Penn State and Atlantic Hockey Association matchups against Sacred Heart, Niagara, American International, Robert Morris, RIT, Bentley, Connecticut and Holy Cross. Season tickets for chairbacks remain the same as last season at $159 while bleacher seats are now $112. The popular rink side seats are available for the third straight season at $249 for A Club members. Mini-plans, group tickets and single-game seats are also offered. Tickets can be purchased on-line at www.goARMYsports.com, in person at the Army Ticket Office or by calling 1-877-TIX-ARMY.

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 $12-14 ........................................... Bleachers $10-12 ............................................. Rinkside $35-45 Mini Plan (3 Game) ..............Chairbacks $36 ................................................. Bleackers $30 Mini Plan (Six Game)............Chairbacks $69 ................................................. Bleachers $57 Season Tickets ...................Chairbacks $159 ...............................................Bleachers $112 Rink-Side (includes hospitality) .............$249

BROADCAST AND MULTI-MEDIA SCHEDULE The Army Sports Network will carry at least 20 regular season games and all playoff contests for the 2012-13 season. Below is a breakdown of the games being offered. Video and audio of all games will be offered on www. goARMYsports.com through the Knight Vision package. Internet only games will be at www.goARMYsports.com. Audio can be found in the Hudson Valley on 1340 WALL and 1390 WEOK. Oct. 19 vs. Sacred Heart Oct. 20 at Sacred Heart Oct.26. vs. Penn State Oct. 27 at Holy Cross Nov. 9 vs. Niagara, internet only

Nov. 10 vs. Niagara Nov. 16 vs. Sacred Heart Dec. 1 vs. AIC Dec. 27 vs. Russian Jr. All-Star Team Jan. 4 vs. Robert Morris Jan. 5 vs. Robert Morris Jan. 11 at Air Force Jan. 12 at Air Force Jan. 18 vs. RIT Jan. 19 vs. RIT Jan. 26 vs. RMC Feb. 8 vs. AIC Feb. 16 vs. Bentley Feb. 22 vs. Connecticut Feb. 23 vs. Connecticut March 1 vs. Holy Cross

Nik Busco of the Army Sports Network

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With 17 home games scheduled, a bevy of promotions are planned for Tate Rink. This is a tentative list and subject to change. For the most up-to-date information, please visit www.goARMYsports.com

Oct. 19 vs. Sacred Heart Team photo giveaway, postgame autographs Oct. 26 vs. Penn State

Skate With the Black Knights, Thunderstix giveaway

Nov. 9 vs. Niagara

Black Knights Buddies, Military Appreciate Night

Nov. 10 vs. Niagara

West Point Schools Night, rally towel giveaway

Nov. 16 vs. Sacred Heart Skate With the Black Knights, Teddy Bear Toss Dec. 1 vs. AIC

Scout Night, Black Knights Buddies

Jan. 4 vs. Robert Morris Chuck-A-Puck, Salute to Heroes Night Glow Sticks giveaway Jan. 5 vs. Robert Morris House of Blues, Scout Night, Black Knights Buddies Jan. 18 vs. RIT

Thunderstix Giveaway

Jan. 19 vs. RIT

Skate With the Black Knights

Jan. 26 vs. RMC

Chuck-A-Puck

Feb. 8 vs. AIC

Skate With the Black Knights

Feb. 16 vs. Bentley

Rough Riders Sled Hockey, Black Knights Buddies

Feb. 22 vs. Connecticut Chuck-A-Puck Feb. 23 vs. Connecticut Skate With the Black Knights, Scout Day March 1 vs. Holy Cross

Senior Night

2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 3 • PROMOTIONS

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.

ARMY HOCKEY MEDIA RELATIONS ASSISTANT A.D./ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE EXECUTIVE 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

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. 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 the Black Knights’ official Web site 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.

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Each year, the Army Hockey Association holds a golf tournament at the West Point Golf Course, a dinner and alumni game, allowing former players a chance to re-connect, players of different generations to gather and a chance to re-tell stories and pass along the proud traditions of West Point and Army hockey. Three years ago, the event was among the best attended as hundreds of former players, administrators, friends, fans and supporters turned out to celebrate the 90th birthday of former coach Jack Riley. A spirited alumni game with specially made sweaters and pucks, a huge turnout for the golf tournament and a birthday celebration that included family, friends and four Olympic hockey coaches helped make the Army Hockey Alumni Weekend and Jack Riley Birthday Celebration a rousing success. From Friday’s alumni game to Saturday’s 90th birthday party for the legendary Riley, former players, fans and family had the opportunity to share stories, reminisce and pass on birthday wishes to Riley. “What a great weekend for Army hockey,” said Army hockey head coach Brian Riley, Jack’s youngest son. “Seeing so many old faces and such a great turnout really reinforced that Army hockey is a bond for life.” The weekend began with Friday’s alumni game, a close contest with the white squad pulling out a 13-12 victory as more than 20 skaters participated. Each jersey had the Riley nameplate on the back and everyone wore number 90. Special pucks, featuring a photo of Riley and the date, were utilized. “It’s great to see the guys,” said Ed Healy, a 1976 graduate who served as Jack’s head Officer Representative for four years. “It’s been a while since I have been here and this seemed like the

perfect weekend to come back and see coach and reconnect with some old friends.” Jack Riley, who won 542 games while behind the Army bench and coached the 1960 U.S. Olympic team to a gold medal, spent parts of the game in the crowd catching up with former players and friends and also spent some time coaching as well. Saturday’s tournament at the West Point Golf Course featured more than 100 participants and a slew of prizes and raffle items. A few golfers sported replica USA sweaters for the start of the event and a few hockey stickers were spotted in golf bags. Each of the four golfers on the winning team received a copy of the book 1960: Miracle at Squaw Valley, written by Harvey Shapiro., among other great prizes. Following the golf event, the festivities moved to the West Point Ski Slope for a birthday celebration of Riley, the head coach of Army for 36 seasons, after passing a road sign that wished him Happy Birthday. More than 150 people were on hand, most of whom signed a giant card provided by U.S.A. Hockey. Brian Riley served as master of ceremonies, thanking everyone for their support of the event and Army hockey. He then introduced three other Olympic coaches who made the trek to West Point, N.Y. Murray Williamson, an assistant on the 1968 squad and head coach of the ‘72 team that won a silver medal; Tim Taylor, an assistant in 1984 and the head coach in 1994 and Lou Vairo, an assistant in 2002 and head coach in 1984, were all on hand for an historic gathering of Olympic greatness. In addition to the Olympic head coaches, all five of Jack Riley’s children -- sons Jay, Mark, Rob and Brian and daughter Mary Beth -- as well as nieces and nephews, cousins and grandchildren were on hand.

Carl Ulrich, who served as Athletic Director during Riley’s tenure made the trek and former neighbor Bobby Knight, who was out of the country and unable to attend, sent birthday wishes. “I am so blessed,” said Jack Riley, shortly after the crowd sang Happy Birthday. “It has been so great to see so many old friends and players and I thank you all for coming out.” Said Brian Riley, “This has been a great weekend and there are so many people to thank. The Army hockey staff and the Army Hockey Association did an outstanding job putting this together and we are so thankful for the folks that came out to say hi to my dad and support our program.”

2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 5 • ARMY HOCKEY ALUMNI

The Army Sports Hall of Fame has inducted eight 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.

KENNA HALL OF ARMY SPORTS • 2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 6

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 • Spent two years as head coach of the Springfield Falcons, the AHL affiliate of the Columbus Blue Jackets

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 • 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 Assistant Coach (1988-96, 1998-2004) • Assistant Coach On Three Different Teams That Qualified For 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)

2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 7 • THE RILEY LEGACY

ZACH MCKELVIE Boston Bruins • 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 • Resigned with the Bruins in 2011. • Participated in training camp with the Bruins in 2011 and 2012 • Played in 39 games with the Providence Bruins. Scored once and handed out an assist.

ANDY LUNDBOHM San Jose Sharks, Florida Panthers • 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

DAN HINOTE Colorado Avalanche, St. Louis Blues • Nine-year veteran of 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

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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

The Army hockey team has been well represented at the NCAA Frozen Four Skills Challenge. In six years of the allstar-like celebration, Army has had four 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, forwards Luke Flicek and Owen Meyer and defenseman Zach McKelvie have all participated.

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

BRAD ROBERTS, 2006 Bradley Center, Milwaukee, Wis. LUKE FLICEK, 2008 Pepsi Center, Denver, Colo.

OWEN MEYER, 2010 Ford Field, Detroit, Mich. 2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 9 • FROZEN FOUR SKILLS COMPETITION

Olympic gold medals and international competition and success are also a part of the Army hockey tradition. From Jack Riley and Larry Palmer winning gold medals to players competing in the World University Games and pre-Olympic Tours, Army hockey has traveled the globe. Riley, Army’s head coach for 36 seasons, was behind the bench for the 1960 U.S. Olympic team and pulled off a series of stunning upsets on the way to winning the gold medal. To build team unity, he named his lines Red, White and Blue instead of the standard first, second and third lines and preached fitness. A 7-5 win over Czechoslovakia was followed by a 12-1 win over Australia before they opened medal play with a 6-3 victory over Sweden. The U.S. followed that up with a 2-1 upset against gold-medal favorite Canada and a 9-1 pasting of Germany. Riley then guided the Americans past Russia, 3-2, marking the first time in history a U.S. hockey team had beaten a Soviet team. The rematch with the Czechs was closer but following a 9-4 win that included six unanswered goals by the Americans, the celebration was set. A standing ovation on the plane ride home was followed by a military police escort at West Point and a victory gathering. Riley also participated as a skater internationally, competing in the ‘48 Olympics in Stockholm where the team finished fourth despite defeating Italy 3-1 and Poland 31-1. Riley scored the gamewinning goal in a 4-3 win over England but Canada won the gold medal. Palmer, a three-time letterwinner for Riley at West Point, joined the gold-medal winning team following his graduation in 1959 as the back-up goaltender. Scott Schulze, a defenseman who registered 90 points prior to his graduation from West Point in 1990, was a member of Team U.S.A. in the World University Games in 1989 in Sapporo, Japan. The 1991 World University Games’ U.S. roster featured classmates Todd Tamburino and Scott Williams during competition in Sophia, Bulgaria. Williams was a 1991 graduate with 31 points while Tamburino collected 57 points from his defenseman position. Ed Crowley, a 1948 graduate, was an alternate on the 1948 squad with Riley while Paul DeGironimo was part of a pre-Olympic Tour prior to his graduation in 1987.

The 1960 U.S. Olympic men’s hockey team before the final cut

1960 OLYMPIC HOCKEY Gold Medal: United States Silver Medal: Canada Bronze Medal: Soviet Union U.S. Results 2/19 United States 7, Czechoslovakia 5 2/21 United States 12, Australia 1 2/22 United States 6, Sweden 3 2/24 United States 9, Germany 1 2/25 United States 2, Canada 1 2/27 United States 3, USSR 2 2/28 United States 9, Czechoslovakia 4 Larry Palmer (left) and Jack Riley

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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.

2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 11 • THE NHL AT TATE RINK

“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.” – HEAD COACH BRIAN RILEY “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 “West Point is so special because of the people. Everyone here is committed to making you better and forcing you to strive to be your best.” - SENIOR JON BOBB “West Point is so special because of the type of people you interact with everyday. The instructors, officers, and civilians who dedicate their time to the development of future leaders are world-class. Being able to build lifelong relationships with these type of people is what makes West Point unlike any other school in the nation.” --SENIOR JOHN CLARK “The history of the school, the pride in the institution that everyone has that goes here, and the mentorship and leadership skills we receive from the officers at school is second to none.” --SOPHOMORE MAC LALOR “West Point is a physically, mentally, and emotionally demanding institution that gives you countless opportunities for success and failure, allowing you to truly develop yourself as a leader not only in the Army, but as a citizen of the United States that can have a beneficial impact on your environment.” -- SENIOR MATT WALSH “The people is what makes West Point so special. Whether it be instructors, other cadets, or teammates, I have been able to meet some of the best people in the world while at West Point. The concept of willingly giving up your own benefits for other people, without question, makes this place and the people here extremely special.” -- SENIOR CAPTAIN CHEYNE ROCHA “The West Point community is an extremely close-knit group that is consistently in support of one another. From the Army Hockey Family to the West Point family at large, someone is always there if a helping hand or support is needed.” -- SENIOR ALTERNATE CAPTAIN RYAN LEETS

WEST POINT PERSPECTIVE • 2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 12

Each year, the Army hockey team makes the trek on Route 9W to Bear Mountain State Park for an outdoor scrimmage. Often held around the Christmas break, the team travels in vans for a workout outside. Teams are chosen by the captains and then sticks are thrown in the middle of the rink where a player randomly choose who uses what model. What follows is a high-intensity game with nothing but pride on the line, held in one of the most spectacular settings of the Hudson Valley.

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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 2,525 fans, has served as home ice for 25 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 20 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 20 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 1,000-watt settings and installation of a Double-Ply, Low-E ceiling. Premium rink-side seating and a hospitality area are the newest additions to Tate Rink. Twenty-four seats were added to the North end of the rink and for the third 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 big-screen television, surround sound, study carousels and wireless Internet.

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“I think if my dear mother were alive, she would tell you nothing comes close to graduating from West Point, even going to the moon.” - ASTRONAUT FRANK BORMAN “The combination of an education at West Point and the experience of a career in the armed services will prepare you in a unique way for a rich diversity of further career and service in civilian life.” - HEISMAN TROPHY WINNER GLENN DAVIS

FRANK BORMAN

“I believe in the code ... ‘Duty, Honor, Country.’ I believe in service to one’s country. The institution of the armed forces has thrived on its commitment to developing excellence. It is meritocracy in action. Race, religion, wealth, background count not.” - PRESIDENT GEORGE H.W. BUSH

GLENN DAVIS

“From the birth of our existence, America has had a faith in the future -- a belief that where we’re going is better than where we’ve been, even when the path ahead is uncertain. To fulfill that promise, generations of Americans have built upon the foundation of our forefathers -finding opportunity, fighting injustice, forging a more perfect union. Our achievement would not be possible without the Long Gray Line that has sacrificed for duty, for honor, for country.” - PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA GEORGE H.W. BUSH

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“My four years at West Point were wonderful. I loved every minute of it and particularly the last three years. I loved the history. I loved the tradition. I liked wearing the uniform. I felt like I belonged there. Everything was meaningful to me. There is no question in my mind the proudest day of my father’s life was the day I graduated from West Point. There is a picture of the two of us standing on ‘The Plain’ and he is just beaming.” - GENERAL H. NORMAN SCHWARZKOPF “I was so proud to be on the verge of entering the only institution in American society at that time that was totally integrated, in which I would have the opportunity to rise, based solely on performance and ability. The nation always looks to West Point and always looks to each and every one of you to follow always the angels of your nature.” - GENERAL COLIN POWELL

NORMAN SCHWARZKOPF

“In every corner of America, the words ‘West Point’ command immediate respect. This place where the Hudson River bends is more than a fine institution of learning. The United States Military Academy is the guardian of values that have shaped the soldiers who have shaped the world.” - PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH “How great it must be, gosh how great it must be to be a member of this Corps. To know that camaraderie of discipline, of manners, of courtesy, of human sensibility, of one’s duty to his fellow man.” - JOURNALIST WALTER CRONKITE

GEORGE W. BUSH

“This place reeks of honor and discipline. With this show, we’ve been to a lot of great campuses all throughout the country over the years—and folks, let me tell you - there is absolutely nothing like this! Do yourself a favor and go look up West Point’s wikipedia page and compare that to your local college – that ought to shut you down for a while!” – COLIN COWHERD, ESPN RADIO HOST 2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 17 • WHY WEST POINT

“Any of us who went through the process; anyone who felt the flame of that furnace, came away altered in the way we go about running our lives. Some part of it is the belief that you are not only doing it for personal glory, but you do it because it is your responsibility. It’s part of being a member of The Corps and each of us that have felt that magic feel especially privileged to have done so.” - HEISMAN TROPHY WINNER PETE DAWKINS “As I look back over my career in government, in business, of course in the military, I think West Point was a very influential experience. It hardened a sense of discipline, a sense of responsibility, duty and integrity and also very happily combined an alertness of mind and body.” - FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE ALEXANDER HAIG PETE DAWKINS

ALEXANDER HAIG

“For here we train the men and women whose duty it is to defend the Republic, the men and women whose profession is watchfulness, whose skill is vigilance, whose calling is to guard the peace, but if need be, to fight and win.” - PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN

“WEST POINT IS THE RING. IT’S THE FOUNDATION OF EVERYTHING I HAVE DONE.” - MIKE KRZYZEWSKI ‘69

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“In the evening of my memory, always I come back to West Point. Always there echoes and re-echoes ... Duty -- Honor -- Country. Today marks my final roll call with you. But I want you to know, when I cross the river, my last conscious thoughts will be of The Corps ... and The Corps ... and The Corps ...” - GENERAL DOUGLAS MacARTHUR

“As I look back on my life, I’ll always revere the opportunities that came along that brought about the choice I made to go to West Point. I just feel that it was fundamental in molding the fabric of my life. The experiences that I had at West Point, they were irreplaceable.” - ASTRONAUT EDWIN “BUZZ” ALDRIN

DOUGLAS MacARTHUR

“You have ahead of you the best of all professions. Being a leader is the best thing you can possibly be and you’re at a school that will make you the best possible leader. West Point is the ring. It’s the foundation of everything I have done.” - HEAD COACH MIKE KRZYZEWSKI

“This nation is grateful that four years ago every man and woman graduating today made a life-changing decision. You left the comforts and familiar surroundings of civilian life, and devoted yourselves to one of the noblest professions in a free country--the profession of arms.” - FORMER VICE PRESIDENT DICK CHENEY

“West Point’s graduates have served America in many, many ways. Not only by leading troops into combat, but also by exploring frontiers, founding universities, laying out the railroads, building the Panama Canal, running corporations, serving in the Congress and The White House, and walking on the moon. Through our history, whenever duty called, the men and women of West Point have never failed us, and I speak for all Americans when I say, I know you never will.” - PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON

DICK CHENEY

RONALD REAGAN

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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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THE PREMIER LEADER DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTION IN THE NATION

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AT WEST POINT, IT IS OFTEN SAID ... “MUCH OF THE HISTORY WE TEACH WAS MADE BY PEOPLE WE TAUGHT.” DISTINGUISHED GRADUATES • 2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 24

BORMAN

GRANT

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. 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-millionplus 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.

HAIG

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). 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.

KIMBROUGH

KIMSEY

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). 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.

SCHWARZKOPF

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. 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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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 the future leaders of the nation. The results the program has had on hockey players is undeniable. Eighteen players, or 66.67% of the roster, made the dean’s list during the 2009-10 Academic Year, the most of the Academy’s 25 NCAA sports. The following year, the hockey team again posted the highest GPA among varsity teams. Army had 17 players selected to the Academic Team by the Atlantic Hockey Association in each of the last two seasons. To be eligible, players must have at least a 3.0 grade-point average in both semesters. In all, Army has had 85 selections to the Academic Team.

THE LIFE OF A CADET The West Point academic calendar is broken down into Day One and Day Two. Below are the typical schedules for senior goaltender Ryan Leets. A Civil Engineering major, Leets is a three-time Atlantic Hockey Association Top Scholar-Athlete with the top GPA among goaltenders and an Academic All-America choice. DAY ONE 0620 ...........................................................Wake-up 0655 ........................................Breakfast formation 0700-0720 .......................Breakfast with company 0730-0825 .................................. Study/Homework 0840-0935 ......................History of the Military Art 0950-1155 . Design of Steel and Wood Structures 1200 ..............................................Lunch formation 1210-1235 ................................... Lunch with team 1245-1340 .................................. Study/Homework 1355-1450 ................................... Critical Thought/ ........................ Graduate School Scholarship Class 1530-1830. ....................................Hockey practice 1900 ............................................ Dinner with team 1930-2030 ..............................Regimental Meeting ......................................for Corps of Cadet taskings 2030-0000 .................................. Study/Homework 0000 .........................................................Lights out DAY TWO 0630 ...........................................................Wake-up 0655 ........................................Breakfast formation 0700-0720 .......................Breakfast with company 0730-0825 .................... Engineering Mathematics 0840-0935 .................................. Study/Homework 0950-1045 ....................Topics in Civil Engineering ...................................... (Famous World Structures) 1100-1150 ........................Design of Concrete and ..................................................... Mason Structures 1200 ..............................................Lunch formation 1210-1235 ................................... Lunch with team 1250-1450 ...........Study/Homework or Lab period ....... for Design of Concrete and Mason Structures 1530-1830 .....................................Hockey practice 1900 ............................................ Dinner with team 1900-0000 .................................. Study/Homework 0000 .........................................................Lights out “MILITARY SPEAK” Plebe or Fourth Class.............................. Freshman Yearling or Third Class ..........................Sophomore Cow or Second Class ..................................... Junior Firstie or First Class ...................................... Senior OBC ......................................... Officer Basic Course A cadet’s first stop after graduation from the Academy. OBC preceeds a cadet’s first assignment. BRANCH ...................... (i.e. Field Artillery, Infantry) Specific part of the Army that each cadet chooses to join upon graduation. Cadets receive their “branch” in February of their senior year. What you branch determines where you are stationed for OBC. HONOR CODE ...... “A Cadet Will Not Lie, Cheat, Steal or Tolerate Those Who Do.” The creed, or oath, each cadet takes upon entering the Academy. It is the code by which all cadets must live.

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Peterson’s Guide ranks West Point as one of the most competitive colleges in the nation and Forbes ranked West Point as American’s best college in 2009. 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 Volleyball office at (845) 938-7744. 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) 938-3188 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.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.

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.

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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-of-the-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.” ATHLETIC TRAINING • 2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 28

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

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LIEUTENANT GENERAL DAVID H. HUNTOON JR. Superintendent

BRIGADIER GENERAL THEODORE D. MARTION Commandant of Cadets

BRIGADIER GENERAL TIMOTHY E. TRAINOR Dean of the Academic Board

Lieutenant General David H. Huntoon, Jr. became the 58th Superintendent of the United States Military Academy in July 2010. He had previously served as Director of the Army Staff in January 2008. Huntoon was commissioned from West Point in 1973. From 1973-1986, he served as an infantry officer in a series of command and staff assignments with the 3rd Infantry Regiment at Fort Myer, Va., the 9th Infantry Division at Fort Lewis, Wash., the 7th Army Training Command at Vilseck, Germany, and with the 3rd Infantry Division in Aschaffenburg, Germany. From 1986-1988, Huntoon attended the Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kans. and the School for Advanced Military Studies. He then served in the Directorate of Plans, XVIII Airborne Corps, Fort Bragg, N.C., as Senior War Plans Officer (Operation Just Cause), Deputy Director of Plans (Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm), and Director of Plans. Huntoon commanded 5th Battalion, 20th Infantry (Mechanized) at Camp Casey, Korea, and served as Chief of Plans, CJ3, Combined Forces Command and United Nations Command, Yongsan from 1992-94. In 1994-95, he was the Army’s National Security Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. He then took command of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard), Fort Myer, Va. Huntoon’s next assignment was the Executive Officer to the Chief of Staff of the United States Army. Prior to that assignment, he served as the Assistant Division Commander of the 1st Cavalry Division, Fort Hood, Texas, and from 2000-2002, he was the Deputy Commandant of the US Army Command and General Staff College. Huntoon moved on to become the Director of Strategy, Plans and Policy, Army G3, at the Pentagon. In August 2003, he was assigned as the 46th Commandant, United States Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania. Huntoon’s awards include the Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit (6th Award), and the Bronze Star; Expert Infantryman’s Badge, Parachute Qualification Badge, and the Ranger Tab. He has a Masters of Arts in International Relations from Georgetown University and a Masters in Military Arts and Sciences from the CGSC Advanced Military Studies Program.

Brigadier General Theodore D. Martin, a former Army swimmer and captain of the 1982-83 Black Knights’ swimming team, returned to West Point in July 2011 to assume command of the United States Corps of Cadets as the 73rd Commandant of Cadets. Martin graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1983 and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the armor branch of the U.S. Army. His military education includes the Armor Officer Basic Course (cavalry track), the Infantry Officer Advanced Course, the Naval College of Command and Staff, and the Army War College. He holds a master’s degree in national security & strategic studies from the Naval War College, a master’s degree in strategic studies from the Army War College, and a master’s degree in business from Webster University. Martin’s command experience includes Commander, C Company, 2nd Battalion, 64th Armor Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division, Federal Republic of Germany; Commander, 1st Squadron, 10th U.S. Cavalry Regiment (Buffalo Soldiers), 4th Infantry Division, Fort Hood, Texas and Operation Iraqi Freedom in Iraq; Commander, 1st Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, Fort Hood, Texas and Operation Iraqi Freedom in Iraq; Commander, Operations Group (COG), National Training Center, Fort Irwin, Calif.; and Commandant & 45th Chief of Armor, U.S. Army Armor School, Fort Benning, Ga. Beyond command, Martin has served in a wide variety of staff and leadership assignments including duty in the 1st Armor Training Brigade, Fort Knox, Ky.; the Combined Arms Command-Training, Fort Leavenworth, Kan.; Advisor to the Imam Mohammed bin Saud Brigade and later the Prince Sa’ad bin Abdul Rahman Brigade, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; Joint Improvised Explosive Device-Defeat Task Force as the Iraq Field Team Leader, Baghdad, Iraq; and Human Resource Command, Alexandria, Va., as Armor Branch Chief and Chief of Combat Arms Division. Brigadier General Martin’s awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit with two oak leaf clusters, Bronze Star Medal with “V” device and two oak leaf clusters, Meritorious Service Medal with six oak leaf clusters, Army Commendation Medal with oak leaf cluster, and the Army Achievement Medal with four oak leaf clusters. Additionally, he has earned the Combat Action Badge and Parachutist Badge. Martin is a member of the 10th U.S. Cavalry Regiment (Buffalo Soldiers) and is the recipient of the Order of Saint George, the Order of Saint Barbara, and the Order of Saint Maurice (Primicerius).

Brigadier General Timothy E. Trainor, Ph.D., became the Dean of the Academic Board at the United States Military Academy in the summer of 2010. He previously served as professor and head of the Department of Systems Engineering at West Point where he taught courses in engineering management, systems engineering and decision analysis. Trainor graduated with a Bachelor of Science from West Point in 1983 and entered the Engineer Branch of the U.S. Army. As an engineering officer, Trainor has served in operational assignments around the world, including Germany, Honduras, Fort Bragg, N.C., Fort Riley, Kans. and Sarajevo, Bosnia. Trainor has a Master of Business Administration from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke and a doctorate degree in industrial engineering from North Carolina State University. He is a member of the Military Applications Society of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences the Military Operations Research Society, the American Society for Engineering Management and the American Society of Engineering Education. He is a past president of Epsilon Mu Eta, the national Engineering Management Honor Society. Trainor is also a member of the Board of Fellows for the David Crawford School of Engineering at Norwich University. As an analyst, Trainor helped develop the Installation Status Report that provides the Army a standardized means to assess infrastructure and environmental conditions on installations to support resource allocation decisions. He has applied decision analysis methods in completing an organizational analysis of the Army’s Installation Management Agency and in assessing defense security cooperation programs. Trainor deployed to Basrah, Iraq in the summer of 2007 and worked with the British-led Provincial Reconstruction Team in helping the provincial Iraqi leaders improve their infrastructure revitalization plans. Trainor is married to Col. Donna Brazil, a 1983 graduate of West Point, who is a professor in the Department of Behavioral Sciences at the Academy. They have a daughter Cory and a son, Danny, who both attend West Point. They also have a youngest son, Zach.

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BOO CORRIGAN Director of Athletics Superintendent Lt. Gen. David H. Huntoon Jr., announced the hiring of Boo Corrigan as the Academy’s director of athletics on Feb. 1, 2011. “We have an opportunity to work every day with a truly exceptional group of young people,” Corrigan said. “The opportunities they receive through intercollegiate athletics will help shape their own leadership styles as they become officers in the U.S. Army. We have a great team that focuses daily on our cadet-athletes. We strive to enhance their overall experience as they develop into the leaders our nation needs.” In his short time as athletic director, Corrigan has strengthened and expanded Army Athletics’ relationships in several key areas. In recent months, Army has secured a new apparel agreement with Nike, a new pouring rights contract with Coke and bringing in the Aspire Group to enhance ticket sales and better serve Army season ticket holders. Corrigan also crafted the Team Army concept, a comprehensive plan designed to add significant value to Army’s corporate sponsorships while maintaining the tradition of West Point Athletics. Corrigan, who has a proven record as a fundraiser, spearheaded changes in the Army A Club and ticket operations that have resulted in more than $20 million dollars in major gifts and record-setting annual giving during his tenure. During that time the funding for a new lacrosse facility, that is scheduled to break ground, was secured. In addition to his role in enhancing revenues for Army Athletics, Corrigan led a strategic planning process that developed a new mission

statement and goals for the department. In his first full year at West Point, Corrigan oversaw a program that won three Patriot League championship (baseball, women’s soccer, women’s tennis) and sent four teams to the NCAA postseason (rifle). Eighteen cadets earned a major award from their conference, including six Rookies of the Year selections and three Player of the Year winners. Cadet-athletes have continued to thrive in the classroom under Corrigan’s watch. In 2011-12, Army had five Academic AllAmericans, including four first-team selections. The Black Knights’ football team boasted two first-team CoSIDA Academic All-Americans in 2011, a first for the program since 1957. The Black Knights also boasted three Patriot League Scholar-Athletes of the Year, including overall men’s winner Brendan Buckley. In addition, former football standout Andrew Rodriguez became the first Army player to win the National Football Foundation’s Willam V. Campbell Trophy, which is presented annually to the nation’s top football scholar-athlete. Rodriguez later was honored with the Amateur Athletic Union’s James E. Sullivan Award as the top amateur athlete in the country. He was the first Army player to receive the award since 1946 and was just the third player in history (Peyton Manning, Tim Tebow) to win both the Campbell Trophy and Sullivan Award. Army has been the focus of national attention since Corrigan’s arrival. He was instrumental in supporting the CBS documentary, “Game of Honor,” that chronicled the Black Knights’ 2011 football season leading up to its annual showdown with arch-rival Navy. Not only was the two-hour program broadcast to a national audience on Showtime, but also won the Emmy Award for Best Sports Documentary. The Army football team was also the focus of a behindthe-scenes book titled, “Soldiers First,” written by New York Times writer Joe Drape. Corrigan has also made his mark on the aesthetics of historic Michie Stadium. In order to upgrade the appearance and provide a better experience for Army fans, Corrigan implemented a Michie Stadium branding and signage campaign that began in 2011. The first phase of the project was completed prior to the 2012 season. In addition to his duties at West Point, Corrigan has been an active leader in the Patriot League, serving as chairman of the conference’s Broadband Committee. Corrigan, who was the senior associate athletic director for external affairs at Duke University starting in August 2008, brings

a wealth of leadership to his post. He is a proven administrator with 18 previous years of experience in all areas of revenue generation, external affairs, staff management and leadership. Corrigan’s chief responsibilities at Duke included the oversight of the Blue Devil corporate partnerships and the Marketing, Promotions, Ticket, Internet Operations, Sports Information and Video Services departments. In only two years at Duke, Corrigan was responsible for the negotiation of multi-media rights to ISP. A supervisor of the 2009 NCAA Champion women’s tennis and 2010 NCAA Champion men’s lacrosse programs, Corrigan was a part of three NCAA Championships at Duke in just two seasons. He is currently a member of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Rules committee and the Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Lacrosse Committee, while serving on the Executive Budget Committee at Duke. Prior to arriving at Duke in August of 2008, he oversaw Notre Dame’s corporate relations and marketing as an associate athletic director for five years. During his stint at Notre Dame, Corrigan spearheaded the redesign of its official athletics website and creation of 15-20 hours of original video content weekly. That resulted in a 35 percent increase in page views and unique users. Corrigan also worked directly with ISP Sports, CSTV, and NBC Sports from a sales and marketing standpoint. Before joining the staff at Notre Dame, Corrigan spent nearly three years as the associate athletic director for marketing at the United States Naval Academy. He was responsible for turning the marketing department from a deficit to profit in his first year with full budget responsibility for the department. Corrigan also was intimately involved with the re-branding of the Annual Giving Campaign (The Blue and Gold), which led to an increase of 75 percent year over year donations. His collegiate experience also inclcudes a stint as assistant director of marketing at Florida State from 1992-95. Corrigan is a 1990 University of Notre Dame graduate with a degree in economics. He is married to the former Kristen Acetoa, a former field hockey and lacrosse player at the University of Virginia who also earned a master’s degree from the school. The couple has three children, Finley (11), Tre (9) and Brian (8). He is the youngest of seven children of Gene and Lena Corrigan.

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BRIAN RILEY Head Coach 9th Season; Brown, 1983

THE BRIAN RILEY FILE COACHING EXPERIENCE Head Coach, Army, 2004-present Assistant Coach, Army, 1989-96, 19992004 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 SCHOOL RECORD 2004-05 Army 11-21-3 2005-06 Army 12-18-7 2006-07 Army 19-12-5 2007-08 Army 19-14-4 2008-09 Army 11-19-6 2009-10 Army 11-18-7 2010-11 Army 11-20-4 2011-12 Army 4-23-7 Career 98-145-43

PCT. (.357) (.419) (.597) (.568) (.389) (.403) (.371) (.221) (.418)

When Brian Riley was named Army hockey’s 16th head coach in 2004, he was familiar with West Point. Following 14 years as an assistant to his brother Rob and a lifetime of hockey education from his father Jack, Brian Riley knew all about the U.S. Military Academy. The knowledge, preparation and hard work have all paid off for Brian as he adds to the Riley legacy and Army hockey. Just the third Army hockey coach in the past 62 years, Brian Riley has made his mark on a program coached by his father and brother in just eight seasons. The Vice President for Membership of the American Hockey Coaches Association, Brian Riley is a three-time Atlantic Hockey Association Coach of the Year, has guided Army to eight consecutive Atlantic Hockey Association playoff berths, led the team to its the first regular season championship in program history, posted non-conference victories and had four players chosen to participate in the NCAA Frozen Four Skills Competition. Brian Riley has posted a 98-145-43 mark during his tenure behind the West Point bench after succeeding his brother, Rob who briefly retired from coaching in 2004. Prior to Rob, Jack Riley, their father, stood behind the Black Knights bench for 36 seasons. In addition to his success at Army, Jack Riley also coached the U.S. Olympic hockey team to a stunning gold medal in the 1960 Games. Utilizing a defensive system that focuses on physical, intense play and opportunistic scoring, Riley has led his squad to the playoffs in all eight of his seasons and has registered non-conference wins each of the past four campaigns. In 2011-12, Army posted seven ties and four wins, including victories over Canadian rival Royal Military College (9-1), ECAC Hockey’s Rensselaer (3-2) in the Toyota/UConn Classic and a dramatic 4-4 overtime tie with Air Force. Riley helped Army resume its rivalry with its military brethren for the first time since 2006 and then watched as 12 players registered points in the eight-goal victory. Army qualified for the Atlantic Hockey Playoffs but dropped a pair of games to Holy Cross in the opening round. The 2010-11 team won 11 games and earned home ice for the playoffs while a pair of players – Marcel Alvarez and Cody Omilusik earned All-Atlantic Hockey League accolades. Among the victories, was a 5-2 triumph at the University of Massachusetts at the Mullins Center, a dramatic 5-4 win at Air Force, a three-point weekend against Robert Morris and a 4-1 victory over AIC outdoors at Rentschler Field in Hartford, Conn. During the 2009-10 season, Riley helped the Black Knights to an 11-win season and the No. 6 seed in the conference playoffs. Among the victories was a three-point weekend against Air Force at Tate Rink, a 4-4 overtime draw at Colgate and a 2-1 win at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the second consecutive year of a non-conference win. In the postseason, Riley was selected as an assistant coach of the East squad at the NCAA Frozen Four Skills Competition where he coached Army’s Owen Meyer, the fourth Black Knight selected for the honor, joining Brad Roberts (2006), Luke Flicek (2008) and Zach McKelvie (2009). In 2008-09, 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. Five 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 the semifinal round. 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. 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. Riley was named the league coach of the year for the first time in 2005-06 when the team finished fifth in conference play after overcoming a 0-7-1 start. 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 1986-87.

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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 victories. 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 tutored Corey and Ian Winer, former Colorado Avalanche forward Dan Hinote Riley also recruited Zach McKelvie, a hulking defenseman now part of the Boston Bruins organization. Boston signed McKelvie to two free agent contracts while he was serving his country and invited him to NHL training camp this season before assigning him to their AHL affiliate in Providence, R.I. Riley helped the Black Knights string together eight 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 familARMY HOCKEY HEAD COACHING HISTORY iarity of the Academy, Coach Years Seasons Record Pct. where he grew up, for Capt. Edward King 1904 1 5-1-0 .833 Capt. Robert Foy 1905-07 3 15-8-0 .652 the great Midwest and Lt. George Russell 1908-10 3 5-7-4 .438 a head coaching posiLt. LeRoy Bartlett 1911-12 2 3-4-1 .438 tion at Shattuck St. Lt. Philip Gordon 1913-14 2 7-6-0 .538 Mary’s Prep School in Lt. Frank Purdon 1915-17 3 9-10-1 .475 Capt. Joseph Viner 1918 1 6-3-0 .667 Faribault, Minn. Capt. Philip Day 1919-20 2 6-4-1 .591 There, Riley Talbot Hunter 1921-23 3 12-12-2 .500 carved out a stellar Ray Marchand 1924-43 20 76-106-9 .421 two-year coaching caLt. Col. John Hines 1944 1 5-4-0 .556 reer in which his teams Maj. Robert Lutz 1945 1 7-2-1 .750 Len Patten 1946-50 5 33-35-2 .486 compiled an impresJack Riley 1951-86 36 542-343-20 .610 sive 94-19-10 record. Rob Riley 1986-2004 18 257-288-33 .473 In his first season, RiBrian Riley 20048 98-145-43 .418 ley directed the squad Totals 108 1086-978-117 .525

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 cocaptained 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, 20, Danielle, 18, and Brendan, 16. Jack Riley is playing his final year of junior hockey for the New Jersey Hitmen before enrolling at Mercyhurst College to be a member of the hockey team the following season. Danielle is beginning her freshman year at Merrimack as a member of the women’s lacrosse team. Brendan is in his junior year of high school and plays both golf and hockey.

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BOB BERETTA Executive Athletic Director

TREVOR LARGE Assistant Coach Fifth Season; Ferris State, 2003 Trevor Large is in his fifth season with the Army hockey program and oversees the team’s penalty kill as well as playing a large role with the goaltenders and recruiting. A four-year player at Ferris State, Large was added to head coach Brian Riley’s staff in September of 2008 and immediately took responsibility for Army’s penalty kill unit and practice plans. A tireless recruiter, Large plays a large role in shaping the Black Knights. He has tutored talented and high-scoring forwards Owen Meyer, Mike Hull, Eric Sefchik and Cody Omilusik and guided current defenseman Mac Lalor, Maurice Alvarez, Cody Ikkala and John Clark among many others. Large also plays a prominent role in Army’s video analysis and scouting reports. Prior to arriving at West Point, Large spent two seasons at American International College. Large skated for four years with the Ferris State 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. The couple are expecting their first child in November.

MIKE WARDE Assistant Coach TOM DORAN Second Season; Iona, 1993 Director of Hockey Mike Warde is in his second stint as Operations a member of the Army hockey program. Warde, who spent four seasons at Army before working in the healthcare sales industry and at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, rejoined the hockey staff in 2011. Warde returned to the U.S. Military Academy and reunited with Brian Riley. Both Warde and Brian Riley served as assistant coaches under Rob Riley. Warde was the top assistant for Alabama-Huntsville in 2010-11 and served as the recruiting coordinator, coached the defenseman and was involved in all facets of the Chargers program. At Army, Warde, a relentless recruiter, plays a major role in the Black Knights’ recruiting efforts and video analysis while working with the team on and off the ice. SCOTT SWANSON A native of Rockport, Mass., Warde is Strength & a 1993 graduate of Iona College where Conditioning he played forward and served as a coCoach captain his senior year when he received the “Pride, Hustle and Desire” award. He began his coaching career at Iona Prep in New Rochelle, N.Y., before coaching the Alaska All-Stars Midget Program and at Robert Service High School in Anchorage, Alaska. His collegiate career got underway at his alma mater before accepting the position at the United States Military Academy in 1999. Warde is also involved with USA Hockey Select 15, 16 and 17 Development camps. Warde and his wife, Angela as well as son Brayden (7) reside in Washingtonville, N.Y. HOCKEY STAFF • 2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 34

ERIC LANG Volunteer Assistant Coach

JASON RULE Athletic Trainer

#1 ROB TADAZAK So • G • 6-0 • 200 Lapeer, Mich.

#2 JAMES MCNULTY #3 CHRISTIAN POMARICO Fr • F • 6-4 • 215 Fr • D • 6-0 • 200 Howell, Mich. Simsbury, Conn.

#4 CODY IKKALA Sr • D • 6-2 • 206 Philadelphia, Pa.

#5 JOHN CLARK Sr • D • 5-8 • 185 Baudette, Minn.

#7 ANDREW O’LEARY Fr • F • 6-1 • 210 Norwich, Vt.

#8 KYLE VOGEL Fr • F • 6-2 • 200 Richland, Wash.

#10 ZAK ZAREMBA So • F • 6-1 • 195 Parma, Ohio

#11 BRIAN SCHULTZ Jr • F • 5-10 • 180 Aurora, Ohio

#14 JOE KOZLAK Fr • F • 6-2 • 190 Duluth, Minn.

#15 R.J. BURNS Fr • F • 5-10 • 170 Pearl River, N.Y.

#16 MICHAEL ST. DENIS Fr • F • 5-9 • 175 Auburn, Maine

#17 MIKE SANTEE Jr • F • 5-9 • 184 Park Ridge, Ill.

#18 MAC LALOR So • D • 6-0 • 180 Needham, Mass.

#19 JOSH RICHARDS So • F • 5-11 • 170 Lee, N.H.

#22 THANE HELLER Fr • F • 6-2 • 210 Elizabethtown, Pa.

#23 LUKE JENKINS Fr • D • 5-10 • 180 River Falls, Wis.

#24 MAURICE ALVAREZ So • D • 6-2 • 210 Cleveland, Ohio

#25 CHEYNE ROCHA Sr • D • 6-2 • 175 Rye, N.H.

#13 JON BOBB Sr • F • 6-2 • 197 Phoenix, Ariz.

#20 JONATHAN GEHRT #21 ANDY STARCZEWSKI Fr • D • 5-11 • 180 Sr • F • 6-1 • 205 Whitesboro, N.Y. Woodbury, Minn.

#26 SHANE HEARN Fr • F • 5-10 • 185 Auburn, Maine

BRIAN RILEY Head Coach 9th Season

#27 WILLIE FAUST Fr • F • 5-10 • 180 Stillwater, Minn.

TREVOR LARGE Assistant Coach 5th Season

#28 JOSH ROBERTS Fr • F • 5-11 • 185 Southport, Conn.

MIKE WARDE Assistant Coach 2nd Season

#30 RYAN LEETS Sr • G • 5-11 • 175 Kentwood, Mich.

ERIC LANG Volunteer Asst. Coach 1st Season

#35 MATT WALSH Sr • G • 5-10 • 180 Milton, Mass.

TOM DORAN Director of Hockey Ops 10th Season

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No. 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 35

Name Rob Tadazak James McNulty Christian Pomarico Cody Ikkala John Clark Andrew O’Leary Kyle Vogel Zak Zaremba Brian Schultz (A) Jon Bobb Joe Kozlak R.J. Burns Michael St. Denis Mike Santee Mac Lalor Josh Richards Jonathan Gehrt Andy Starczewski (A) Thane Heller Luke Jenkins Maurice Alvarez Cheyne Rocha (C) Shane Hearn Willie Faust Josh Roberts Ryan Leets (A) Matt Walsh

Pos. G F/D D D D F F F F F F F F F D F D F F D D D F F F G G

Cl. Ht. So. 6-0 Fr. 6-4 Fr. 6-0 Sr. 6-2 Sr. 5-8 Fr. 6-1 Fr. 6-2 So. 6-1 Jr. 5-10 Sr. 6-2 Fr. 6-2 Fr. 5-10 Fr. 5-9 Jr. 5-9 So. 6-0 So. 5-11 Fr. 5-11 Sr. 6-1 Fr. 6-2 Fr. 5-10 So. 6-2 Sr. 6-2 Fr. 5-10 Fr. 5-10 Fr. 5-11 Sr. 5-11 Sr. 5-10

Wt. 200 215 200 205 185 210 200 185 180 195 190 170 175 185 185 170 180 205 210 180 220 175 185 180 185 175 175

Hometown/High School (Last Team, League) Lapeer, Mich./Lapeer East (Michigan Warriors, NAHL) Howell, Mich./Catholic Central (Flin Flon Bombers, SJHL) Simsbury, Conn./Northwood (Muskegon Lumberjacks, USHL) Philadelphia, Pa./Marquette Senior (Vernon Vipers, BCHL) Baudette, Minn./Lake of the Woods (Bismarck Bobcats, NAHL) Norwich, Vt./Shattuck St. Mary’s (Topeka Road Runners, NAHL) Richland, Wash./Sand Creek (Wenatchee Wild, NAHL) Parma, Ohio/Ursuline (Brockville Braves, CJHL) Aurora, Ohio/St. Edward (South Shore Kings, EJHL) Phoenix, Ariz./Mountain Pointe (Motor City Machine, NAHL) Duluth, Minn./Duluth Marshall (Amarillo Bulls, NAHL) Pearl River, N.Y./Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey Hitmen, EJHL) Auburn, Maine/Phillips Exeter Academy Park Ridge, Ill./Maine South (Pembroke Lumberkings, CJHL) Needham, Mass./St. Sebastian’s (Boston Junior Bruins, EJHL) Lee, N.H./Phillips Exeter (South Shore Kings, EJHL) Woodbury, Minn./Woodbury (Austin Bruins, NAHL) Whitesboro, N.Y./Northwood (Pembroke Lumberkings, CJHL) Elizabethtown, Pa./Elizabethtown (Boston Junior Bruins, EJHL) River Falls, Wis./River Falls (Amarillo Bulls, NAHL) Cleveland, Ohio/St. Ignatius (Pembroke Lumberkings, CJHL) Rye, N.H./St. Paul’s School (New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs, EJHL) Auburn, Maine/Hebron Academy Stillwater, Minn./Hill Murray (Odessa Jackalopes, NAHL) Southport, Conn./Trinity Pawling (New York Apple Core, EJHL) Kentwood, Mich./Jefferson Senior (Alexandria Blizzard, NAHL) Milton, Mass./Lawrence Academy

NO. PLAYER ..................... POSITION 24 Maurice Alvarez ................ D 13 Jon Bobb ............................F 15 R.J. Burns ...........................F 5 John Clark............................ D 27 Willie Faust .........................F 20 Jonathan Gehrt ................. D 26 Shane Hearn ......................F 22 Thane Heller ......................F 9 Mike Henderson...................F 4 Cody Ikkala .......................... D 23 Luke Jenkins ..................... D 14 Joe Kozlak ..........................F 18 Mac Lalor .......................... D 30 Ryan Leets ........................ G 2 James McNulty ................ F/D 7 Andrew O’Leary ....................F 3 Christian Pomarico ............. D 19 Josh Richards.....................F 28 Josh Roberts ......................F 25 Cheyne Rocha ................... D 16 Michael St. Denis...............F 17 Mike Santee .......................F 11 Brian Schultz ......................F 21 Andy Starczewski ...............F 1 Rob Tadazak ........................ G 8 Kyle Vogel .............................F 35 Matt Walsh ........................ G 10 Zak Zaremba......................F

2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY OFFICER REPRESENTATIVES From left, Eric Joyce, Sociology; Lt. Col. David Barnes, Department of English and Philosophy; Col. Ed Naessens, Physics and Nuclear Engineering; Lt. Col Kraig Sheetz, Physics and Nuclear Engineering; Major James Enos, Systems Engineering; Major Stanley Johnson, Department of Military Instruction; Major Ford Lannan, Chemistry and Life Sciences; Col. Wiley Thompson, Geography and Environmental Engineering; Major Sam Cowart, Chemistry and Life Sciences. Absent from photo are Major Derek Burt, Mathematics, Dr. Gene Lesinski, Systems Engineering and Lt. Col. Jon Liba, Department of Physical Education.

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BLACK KNIGHTS BY PREVIOUS TEAM British Columbia Hockey League (1) #4 Cody Ikkala................................Vernon Vipers Central Junior Hockey League (4) #10 Zak Zaremba .................... Brockville Braves #17 Mike Santee ........... Pembroke Lumberkings #21 Andy Starczewski... Pembroke Lumberkings #24 Maurice Alvarez ..... Pembroke Lumberkings Eastern Junior Hockey League (7) #11 Brian Schultz ..................South Shore Kings #15 R.J. Burns ....................... New Jersey Hitmen #18 Mac Lalor .................... Boston Junior Bruins #19 Josh Richards .................South Shore Kings #22 Thane Heller ............... Boston Junior Bruins #25 Cheyne Rocha............ N.H. Junior Monarchs #28 Josh Roberts ............... New York Apple Core

North American Hockey League (10) #1 Rob Tadazak ......................Michigan Warriors #5 John Clark ..........................Bismarck Bobcats #7 Andrew O’Leary........... Topeka Road Runners #8 Kyle Vogel ..............................Wenatchee Wild #13 Jon Bobb ........................Motor City Machine #14 Joe Kozlak ............................... Amarillo Bulls #20 Jonathan Gehrt .......................Austin Bruins #23 Luke Jenkins ........................... Amarillo Bulls #27 Willie Faust ....................Odessa Jackalopes #30 Ryan Leets ..................... Alexandria Blizzard Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (1) #2 James McNulty ..................Flin Flon Bombers United States Hockey League (1) #3 Christian Pomarico ..Muskegon Lumberkings

Prep School (3) #16 Michael St. Denis ..... Philips Exter Academy #26 Shane Hearn .....................Hebron Academy #35 Matt Walsh ....................Lawrence Academy

BLACK KNIGHTS BY POSITION Forwards (16) #2 James McNulty #7 Andrew O’Leary #8 Kyle Vogel #10 Zak Zaremba #11 Brian Schultz #13 Jon Bobb #14 Joe Kozlak #15 R.J. Burns #16 Michael St. Denis #17 Mike Santee #19 Josh Richards #21 Andy Starczewski #22 Thane Heller #26 Shane Hearn #27 Willie Faust #28 Josh Roberts Defensemen (9) #2 James McNulty #3 Christian Pomarico #4 Cody Ikkala #5 John Clark #18 Mac Lalor #20 Jonathan Gehrt #23 Luke Jenkins #24 Maurice Alvarez #25 Cheyne Rocha Goaltenders (3) #1 Rob Tadazak #30 Ryan Leets #35 Matt Walsh

BLACK KNIGHTS BY CLASS Seniors (7) #4 Cody Ikkala #5 John Clark #13 Jon Bobb #21 Andy Starczewski #25 Cheyne Rocha #30 Ryan Leets #35 Matt Walsh Juniors (2) #11 Brian Schultz #17 Mike Santee Sophomores (5) #1 Rob Tadazak #10 Zak Zaremba #18 Mac Lalor #19 Josh Richards #24 Maurice Alvarez Freshmen (13) #2 James McNulty #3 Christian Pomparico #7 Andrew O’Leary #8 Kyle Vogel #14 Joe Kozlak #15 R.J. Burns #16 Michael St. Denis #20 Jonathan Gehrt #22 Thane Heller #23 Luke Jenkins #26 Shane Hearn #27 Willie Faust #28 Josh Roberts

BLACK KNIGHTS BY STATE Arizona (1) #13 Jon Bobb ......................................... Phoenix Connecticut (2) #3 Christian Pomarico .........................Simsbury #28 Josh Roberts ................................Southport Illinois (1) #17 Mike Santee ............................... Park Ridge Maine (2) #16 Michael St. Denis .............................Auburn #26 Shane Hearn ....................................Auburn Massachusetts (2) #18 Mac Lalor ..................................... Needham #35 Matt Walsh ........................................ Milton Michigan (3) #1 Rob Tadazak .......................................Lapeer #2 James McNulty ................................... Howell #30 Ryan Leets ...................................Kentwood Minnesota (4) #5 John Clark ....................................... Baudette #14 Joe Kozlak ......................................... Duluth #20 Jonathan Gehrt ...........................Woodbury #27 Willie Faust ................................... Stillwater New Hampshire (2) #19 Josh Richards ........................................ Lee #25 Cheyne Rocha........................................ Rye New York (2) #15 R.J. Burns ................................... Pearl River #21 Andy Starczewski.......................Whitesboro Ohio (3) #10 Zak Zaremba .....................................Parma #11 Brian Schultz .....................................Aurora #24 Maurice Alvarez ........................... Cleveland Pennsylvania (2) #4 Cody Ikkala.................................Philadelphia #22 Thane Heller ......................... Elizabethtown Vermont (1) #7 Andrew O’Leary.................................Norwich Washington (1) #8 Kyle Vogel .........................................Richland Wisconsin (1) #23 Luke Jenkins ............................... River Falls

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CHEYNE ROCHA

#25 • CAPTAIN SENIOR • DEFENSEMAN 6-2 • 175 RYE, N.H. ST. PAUL’S SCHOOL N.H. JR. MONARCHS (EJHL) One of seven seniors on the team … one of two players from New Hampshire … one of seven players from the Eastern Junior Hockey League … has played in 81 career games … three goals and 12 assists … three career multiple-point games … will serve as team captain ... instrumental is starting the House of Blues Game to raise prostate cancer awareness.

GETTING TO KNOW CHEYNE ROCHA Why did you choose West Point? It’s more than just an education, it’s a calling to something bigger than me. Talk about the impact that Major Tom Kennedy had on you? He had a way of making everyone around him better. He was a model for everyone around him about what they should strive to be every day, and he did it effortlessly. Favorite part about Army hockey? The people you get to spend every day with. I chose my major because? You learn how to be a boss. I am most looking forward to playing? Penn State since both my mom and dad went there. How would you describe Coach Riley? Passionate. Favorite Army jersey? Blue. Favorite NHL jersey? New York Rangers. Fans should come to Tate Rink this season because? A lot of new faces and an exciting style of play. What is your favorite event that Army hockey puts on? House of Blues.

2011-12: Appeared in 10 games before suffering a season-ending injury … collected an assist … handed out assist in 3-3 overtime tie at American International … named Atlantic Hockey Association StudentAthlete of the Year after registering at least a 4.0 grade-point average … one of 14 athletes in the conference, including classmate Ryan Leets, with at least a 4.0 … one of 18 Army players named to the Atlantic Hockey Association All-Academic Team. 2010-11: Appeared in 35 games ... scored twice and handed out six assists ... scored a power play goal and registered an assist in second game of season against Holy Cross ... second career multiple-point game ... picked up an assist in 4-1 win opposite Niagara ... assisted on a tally in 2-2 tie against Robert Morris ... career-best three assists in 5-3 win against Connecticut ... scored second goal of season against Sacred Heart ... first career game-winning score. 2009-10: Appeared in all 36 games ... registered one goal and five assists ... one multiple-point game ... scored first collegiate point in nonconference game at Colgate ... assisted on a score during 4-4 overtime tie ... collected two assist against service academy rival Air Force ... handed out two assists and was +3 in 4-2 victory at Tate Rink ... posted assist in back-to-back conference games at Mercyhurst ... scored first collegiate goal against AIC ... netted first goal in 2-2 overtime tie to end the regular season ... appeared in both playoff games at Air Force. BACKGROUND: Born in Lawrence, Mass. ... now resides in Rye, N.H. ... graduate of St. Paul’s School ... high honor roll all four years ... Magna Cum 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 (24) and Aaron (19) ... Aaron now attends Babson College ... first member of his family to embark on a military career ... majoring in Engineering Management.

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RYAN LEETS

#30 • ALTERNATE CAPTAIN SENIOR • GOALTENDER 5-11 • 175 KENTWOOD, MICH. JEFFERSON SENIOR ALEXANDRIA BLIZZARD (NAHL) One of seven seniors on the team … one of three players from Michigan … one of 10 players from the North American Hockey League … has appeared in 42 career games with 39 starts … 3.30 goals against average and .899 save percentage … eight career wins … will serve as an alternate captain. 2011-12: Appeared in 26 games … 3.50 goals against average and .889 save percentage … recorded four wins … 12 games of 30 or more saves … season-high 41 saves in 2-2 overtime tie at RIT … made 36 saves in each playoff game against Holy Cross … turned award 39 shots in 3-3 overtime draw with AIC … credited with 34 saves against Bentley … recorded first win of the season against Sacred Heart with 23 stops … made 29 saves in non-conference victory over Rensselaer … earned win against Bentley with 21 saves … picked up fourth win against UConn after making 13 saves … named Atlantic Hockey Association Student-Athlete of the Year after registering at least a 4.0 grade-point average … one of 14 athletes in the conference, including classmate Cheyne Rocha, with at least a 4.0 … one of 18 Army players named to the Atlantic Hockey Association All-Academic Team. 2010-11: Appeared in 15 games ... posted a 4-8-3 record ... 2.91 goals against average ... .916 save percentage ... made at least 40 saves twice ... allowed just two goals and made 29 saves in a 5-2 victory at the University of Massachusetts in first career start ... won his second start against Niagara, a 4-1 victory with 34 saves ... stopped 42 shots during a 5-4 victory at Air Force ... made career-high 43 saves the next game against Robert Morris during a 3-1 victory ... totaled 73 saves during weekend split with Robert Morris ... named the Atlantic Hockey Association co-Goalie of the Week for his efforts ... registered at least 21 saves in every game.

GETTING TO KNOW RYAN LEETS Why did you choose West Point? I chose West Point because it represents an opportunity to serve my country, play college hockey, and learn to become a leader of America’s sons and daughters upon graduation. Talk about the impact that Major Tom Kennedy had on you? Whether he knew it or not, his conversations with me during the hockey season my freshman year played a big role in my decision to stay at West Point. I’m glad he saw something in me because I could not imagine not being here today. Favorite part about Army hockey? The family atmosphere created by the Army Hockey Community. I chose my major because? It’s applicable to problems currently facing our nation and will continue to pose as an important topic moving into the future. I am most looking forward to playing? Air Force. How would you describe Coach Riley? Intense competitor. Favorite Army jersey? Gold. Favorite NHL jersey? New York Rangers’ Winter Classic jersey. Fans should come to Tate Rink this season because? It has a great atmosphere and it’s a unique place to see a hockey game. What is your favorite event that Army hockey puts on? House of Blues.

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 selection at East Kentwood High School ... 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, attends Western Michigan University ... grandfather, Boyd, served 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 Henrik Lundqvist as his favorite athlete ... majoring in Civil Engineering.

2009-10: Appeared in one game ... came off the bench in non-conference game at Merrimack ... played well in lone appearance of the season ... allowed just one goal ... credited with seven saves in 6-3 loss.

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ANDY STARCZEWSKI

#21 • ALTERNATE CAPTAIN SENIOR • FORWARD 6-1 • 205 WHITESBORO, N.Y. NORTHWOOD PEMBROKE LUMBERKINGS (CJHL) One of seven seniors on the team … one of two players from New York … one of four players from the Central Junior Hockey League … has played in 99 career games … 28 goals and 25 assists … 11 career multiple-point games … one career hat trick … will serve as an alternate captain. 2011-12: Appeared in all 34 games … led the team with 13 goals … tied for third on the squad with 11 assists … second on the team with 24 points … team-best five power play goals … five multiple-point games … recorded first collegiate hat trick against RIT … all three goals were even-strength in 5-3 loss … handed out two assists at Robert Morris … back-to-back games with a goal and assist against Bentley and Connecticut … posted three points in playoff series against Holy Cross with a goal and two assists … scored first goal of the season on the power play against Merrimack … netted lone goal, on the power play, during a 1-1 overtime tie with Brown, a game after scoring against AIC … scored goals in each game of Canisius series … also recorded goal against Holy Cross and Sacred Heart during the regular season. 2010-11: Appeared in 30 games ... scored seven goals and handed out five assists ... tallied four power play scores and one game-winning goal ... posted a career-best three assists against Holy Cross ... one of six career multiple-point games ... scored game-winning goal in 2-1 victory over Canisius ... netted power play tally in 5-2 win at the University of Massachusetts ... scored even-strength goal against AIC ... power play goal in 4-1 victory over Niagara ... scored in 5-4 victory at Air Force ... posted power play goals against Holy Cross and Scared Heart ... also registered assists against RIT and Mercyhurst.

GETTING TO KNOW ANDY STARCZEWSKI Why did you choose West Point? I always wanted to play Division I hockey and serve this great country. Here I can do both. Talk about the impact that Major Tom Kennedy had on you? Selfless. He never overlooked anything or anyone. The spotlight did not matter to him, his pleasure came from the smile that he put on everyone’s face. Favorite part about Army hockey? The guys. I chose my major because? I have a business mind and management will open up a lot of doors in that area. I am most looking forward to playing? Everyone. How would you describe Coach Riley? Red Sox fan. Favorite Army jersey? Grey. Favorite NHL jersey? New York Rangers’ dark blue with New York across the chest. Fans should come to Tate Rink this season because? We play a special brand of hockey. In your face hockey that will not let off the gas until the final buzzer sounds. Get your popcorn ready because this will be an exciting year. What is your favorite event that Army hockey puts on? Skate With The Black Knights. Seeing all the kids wheeling around reminds me why I play this great game.

BACKGROUND: Born in Whitesboro, N.Y. ... graduate of Northwood School ... five-year catcher for American Legion squad in Whitesboro ... led team to district championship while earning MVP and all-state laurels ... five-time Scholar-Athlete ... also played football as a running back and defensive back, member of the golf team and tennis team as a doubles partner and as a goalie on the soccer pitch ... played for Sheldon Keefe and the Pembroke Lumberkings of the Central Junior Hockey League ... helped team to CJHL championship ... league MVP ... served as team captain for the CJHL All-Star team in the “Battle of Ontario” ... listed on the 2007 NHL Scouting List ... enjoys golf and fishing ... 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 as his favorite team and Tiger Woods as his favorite athlete ... majoring in Management

2009-10: Appeared in 35 games ... skated on the top line most of the season ... registered eight goals and nine assists ... scored three power play goals ... netted two game-winning tallies ... five multiplepoint games during freshman campaign ... scored a power play goal in his first collegiate game at Nebraska-Omaha ... picked up first assist at Mercyhurst ... recorded first multiple-point game at Colgate, 20 minutes from where he grew up ... goal and assist and +1 in 4-4 overtime tie ... handed out two assists at Bentley ... scored twice - once on the power play - and handed out an assist in 7-2 win over Canisius ... season-best +4 including game-winning goal ... scored twice in 4-2 win over Sacred Heart ... netted power play and game-winning tally ... three-point weekend in second series with Canisius with goal and two assists ... netted goal in 3-3 overtime tie with Air Force ... appeared in both playoff games at Air Force.

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BRIAN SCHULTZ

#11 • ALTERNATE CAPTAIN JUNIOR • FORWARD 5-10 • 180 AURORA, OHIO ST. EDWARD SOUTH SHORE KINGS (EJHL) One of two juniors on the team … one of three players from Ohio … one of seven players from the Eastern Junior Hockey League … has played in 61 career games with two goals and four assists … will serve as an alternate captain during his junior season. 2011-12: Appeared in 29 games … scored one goal and handed out two assists … lone tally of the season was a game-winning score against Rensselaer … 3-2 victory came at the Toyota UConn Classic, Army’s third consecutive season with a non-conference victory … credited with an assist at Robert Morris and at Tate Rink against Mercyhurst … one of 18 players named to the Atlantic Hockey Association All-Academic Team.

GETTING TO BRIAN SCHULTZ Why did you choose West Point? The tradition of strong academics and athletics. Talk about the impact that Major Tom Kennedy had on you? He was truly a role model for every player on the team. Being a prior player here, he was more like another guy in the locker room to go and talk to about problems. Favorite part about Army hockey? Getting deep into the season. How would you describe Coach Riley? Old school. I chose my major because? I enjoy math and science courses. Our head officer representative, Col. Ed Naessens is also the head of the Physical and Nuclear Engineering Department and sold me on the major. Favorite Army jersey? Grey. Favorite NHL jersey? L.A. King’s black and white. Fans should come to Tate Rink this season because? To come out and watch the 13 new freshmen play. We are a new team. What is your favorite event that Army hockey puts on? Skate With The Black Knights.

2010-11: Appeared in 32 games ... totaled a goal and two assists in first campaign ... collected an assist in his first collegiate game against Holy Cross ... posted second assist against Sacred Heart ... netted first career goal against American International ... all three points came at Tate Rink. BACKGROUND: Born in Cleveland, Ohio ... now resides in Aurora, Ohio ... 2008 graduate of St. Edward ... played for Scott Harlow and the South Shore Kings of the EJHL ... team finished runner-up at the 2010 national championship ... led squad to regular season and league titles ... selected to EJHL All-Star first-team ... served as assistant captain ... four-year Honor Roll selection ... graduated with a 3.93 grade point average ... named English Student of the Year as a sophomore ... enjoys bowling, basketball and spending time with family and friends ... son of Jeff Schultz and Lynn Casey ... one brother, Mike Schultz, plays hockey for Ohio University ... first member of his family to embark on military career ... lists Chris Drury as his favorite athlete ... majoring in Nuclear Engineering.

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JON BOBB

#13 SENIOR • FORWARD 6-2 • 195 PHOENIX, ARIZ. MOUNTAIN POINTE MOTOR CITY MACHINE (NAHL) One of seven seniors on the team … lone player from Arizona … one of 11 players from the North American Hockey League … has played in 22 career games … one career assist. 2011-12: Appeared in 15 games … recorded first career point at Tate Rink … handed out an assist in 3-3 overtime tie with Mercyhurst … one of 18 players named to the Atlantic Hockey Association All-Academic Team. 2010-11: Appeared in three games ... did not figure statistically ... in the lineup for 5-2 victory at the University of Massachusetts ... also drew assignments against Union and American International.

GETTING TO KNOW JON BOBB Why did you choose West Point? To do something off the beaten path. Talk about the impact that Major Tom Kennedy had on you? Major Kennedy was an awesome guy. I saw him pretty much everyday and he was always happy to talk with anyone, and help them out with whatever they wanted. Favorite part about Army hockey? The family. I chose my major because? Economics is everything. It underlies the history, sociology and psychology of societies. Engineers can’t build anything if they don’t have the money. I am most looking forward to playing? Maine. How would you describe Coach Riley? Dedicated. Favorite Army jersey? Grey. Favorite NHL jersey? Los Angeles Kings. Fans should come to Tate Rink this season because? We’re going to be flying all over the place this year.

BACKGROUND: Born in Melbourne, Fla. ... resides in 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 No. 1 nationally ... son of James and Dianne Bobb ... sister, Kathryn ... Jon enjoys golf, wakeboarding and music ... lists Lionel Messi as his favorite athlete ... majoring in Economics.

2009-10: Appeared in four games ... drew two conference assignments ... made collegiate debut against non-conference opponent Colgate ... in the lineup the next night during a 2-1 upset of the ECAC Hockey’s Rensselaer ... competed against RIT and Canisius.

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JOHN CLARK

#5 SENIOR • DEFENSEMAN 5-8 • 185 BAUDETTE, MINN. LAKE OF THE WOODS BISMARCK BOBCATS (NAHL) One of seven seniors on the team … one of four players from Minnesota … one of 10 players from the North American Hockey League … has played in 96 career games … 14 career assists. 2011-12: Appeared in 26 games … posted two assists … recorded first point of the season during 3-3 overtime with service academy rival Air Force … also collected an assist on Senior Night against Sacred Heart at Tate Rink … one of 18 players named to the Atlantic Hockey Association All-Academic Team.

GETTING TO KNOW JOHN CLARK Why did you choose West Point? My brother (Jay) being here influenced me a lot. Playing Division I hockey with him was a dream come true. Being able to graduate from the premier military academy and commissioned as an officer in the Army was also a big draw. Talk about the impact that Major Tom Kennedy had on you? We saw Major Kennedy everyday. He came and checked how we were doing at lunch all the time. His dedication to helping guys on the team with any issue at all is something I will never forget. Favorite part about Army hockey? The boys, roadtrips, “The Firm,” shoe checks, salty pockets, and the Army Hockey Family. I chose my major because? The business world is very interesting to me. Learning about how to run a company, and different philosophies of various CEOs is pretty cool. I am most looking forward to playing? Nebraska-Omaha How would you describe Coach Riley? Intense, focused and determined. Favorite Army jersey? Grey. Favorite NHL jersey? Minnesota Wild. Fans should come to Tate Rink this season because? We’re a brand new team. Fans will see players and skills they’ve never seen before. What is your favorite event that Army hockey puts on? House of Blues and the autograph sessions after the games.

2010-11: Appeared in 34 games ... registered five assists ... whistled for just one penalty ... handed out two assists in a 5-2 win at the University of Massachusetts ... first career multiple-point game ... posted third assist in 9-3 win against AIC ... secured assists in back-to-back games of Niagara weekend split. 2009-10: Appeared in all 36 games ... collected seven assists in his first season ... recorded first collegiate point at Bentley in November ... picked up an assist the next game against Canisius ... posted a playoff point with an assist at Air Force ... registered an assist in nonconference game against Union ... credited with an assist in 3-3 overtime tie with Air Force ... final two assists came opposite Canisius and Holy Cross. BACKGROUND: Graduate of Lake of the Woods High ... two-time 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, fishing and golf ... son of Michael and Julie Clark ... sister, Jessie, is a sophomore at Minnesota State University Moorhead ... brother Jay was a four-year letterwinner for Army hockey and 2011 graduate of West Point ... John scored a goal during an outdoor game that made ESPN’s Top 10 plays ... lists Bobby Orr as his favorite athlete ... majoring in Management.

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CODY IKKALA

#4 SENIOR • DEFENSEMAN 6-2 • 205 PHILADELPHIA, PA. MARQUETTE SENIOR VERNON VIPERS (BCHL) One of seven seniors on the team … one of two players from Pennsylvania … lone player from the British Columbia Hockey League … has played in 69 career games … one goal and five assists. 2011-12: Appeared in 30 games … handed out two assists … collected first point of season at Robert Morris with an assist over Thanksgiving trip … registered second assist against service academy rival Air Force at Tate Rink … one of 18 players named to the Atlantic Hockey Association All-Academic Team. 2010-11: Appeared in 20 games before an injury ended his season ... posted two assists ... was -3 in plus/minus rating for the season ... posted first assist of the season in a 2-1 win at Canisius ... recorded second assist against Merrimack ... registered a positive plus/minus rating in five games ... blocked 14 shots.

GETTING TO KNOW CODY IKKALA Why did you choose West Point? I chose West Point for the challenge and the opportunity to play Division I hockey. I wanted to be part of something special and be in the Army. Army Hockey is a family and that was what really drew me to this place. Talk about the impact that Major Tom Kennedy had on you? Major Kennedy was not only a role model but a good friend. He showed me what an officer should be like and what I need to strive to be like. Words can’t even describe how amazing he truly was. I feel blessed to have met such an amazing person and I know that his legacy will always live on. Not many people know the sacrifices people make in the name of freedom for our country. I am just thankful to have had him in my life. Favorite part about Army hockey? My favorite part of army hockey would be the fans. We have some amazing fans and I enjoy talking with them after the games! I chose my major because? I am a very outdoorsy kind of guy, I really like looking at how the landscape shapes human behavior and how human behavior shapes the landscape. How would you describe Coach Riley? As a very passionate and caring person. He also can be very intense which is needed to keep everyone’s motivation up. Favorite Army jersey? Grey. Favorite NHL jersey? Philadelphia Flyers. No question there. Fans should come to Tate Rink this season because? We have a very new and young hockey team. We will bring tenacity and this season we will set the tone for future Army hockey seasons for years to come! What is your favorite event that Army hockey puts on? Any type of event to allow the fans to meet the players.

2009-10: Appeared in 19 games ... scored once and handed out an assist ... posted an even-or-better plus/minus rating in 13 games ... netted first collegiate goal against NCAA Frozen Four participant RIT at Tate Rink ... distributed his first assist in third collegiate game ... credited with an assist during a 4-4 overtime tie at Colgate ... made his collegiate debut against Mercyhurst on Oct. 24 ... also drew game action opposite Rensselaer, AIC, Bentley, Sacred Heart, Air Force and Holy Cross ... collected three shots in two playoff games at Air Force. BACKGROUND: Born in Colorado Springs, Colo. ... raised in Philadelphia ... family now resides in McKinney, Texas ... 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 (21) and Dylan (18) ... Cole is a junior forward at Union ... first member of his family to embark on a military career ... lists Derian Hatcher as his favorite athlete ... majoring in Environmental Geography with Honors.

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MATT WALSH

#35 SENIOR • GOALTENDER 5-10 • 175 MILTON, MASS. LAWRENCE ACADEMY One of seven seniors on the team … one of two players from Massachusetts … one of three players from prep school … joined the team as a walk-on as a junior. 2011-12: Did not appear in varsity contest … made the team as a walk-on … one of 18 players named to the Atlantic Hockey Association All-Academic Team.

GETTING TO KNOW MATT WALSH Why did you choose West Point? September 11th may seem like it was ages ago, but the toll it had on American lives continues to this day, and I feel it is my duty as a young and able American citizen to protect my loved ones and those unable to defend themselves. I am honored to take the frontline for those unable to do it themselves. Talk about the impact that Major Tom Kennedy had on you? I never got to know him personally, but his legacy as an officer, a father, and a part of the West Point community is an exemplary example to all of us on the team, and one I personally wish to emulate. Favorite part about Army hockey? The locker room with the guys. I chose my major because? It will best prepare me for the leadership requirements of the Army, as well as ready me for a career in business should I choose to retire. How would you describe Coach Riley? A motivational, hard-nosed coach who is truly invested in his players. Favorite Army jersey? Gold. Favorite NHL jersey? The black, old-school Bruins.

BACKGROUND: Born in Boston, Mass. ... now calls Milton, Mass., home ... 2009 graduate of Lawrence Academy ... helped team to 2009 ISL Prep Championship ... named Cushing EG Watkins Tournament Most Valuable Player ... also earned three letters as an outfielder with the baseball team ... member of the National Honor Society ... part of 2006 USA Hockey Under-17 Team Three-Nations Tournament squad that finished second ... son of John and Anne Walsh ... two siblings, Kate and Tim ... Matt enjoys golf and the beach ... lists Henrik Lundqvist as his favorite athlete ... majoring in Management.

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MIKE SANTEE

#17 JUNIOR • FORWARD 5-9 • 185 PARK RIDGE, ILL. MAINE SOUTH PEMBROKE LUMBERKINGS (CJHL) One of two juniors on the team … lone player on the team from Illinois … one of four players from the Central Junior Hockey League … reenrolled at the Academy for junior season … missed all of 2011-12 recovering from an injury … has played in 53 career games … nine goals and 10 assists with two multiple-point games … owns two career short-handed and game-winning goals ... three-time Dean’s List selection. 2011-12: Was not enrolled at the U.S. Military Academy.

GETTING TO KNOW MIKE SANTEE Why did you choose West Point? I chose West Point because it is a great opportunity and challenge. My goal before I committed was to play Division I hockey and get a great education, and West Point gave me that opportunity. I was very excited about joining the Army Hockey Family but I was also excited for the challenge of studying in one of the most prestigious institutions in the country. Talk about the impact that Major Tom Kennedy had on you? He had a large impact on all of us. He was always there helping out and checking up on us; I don’t think a day went by where he didn’t check on us during lunch in the mess hall. He truly cared about all of us and no matter how much work he had to do, he did it with a smile and a positive attitude. Favorite part about Army hockey? My teammates. The highlight of every day is getting to go up to the rink and spend time with the guys. We are always there for each other. How would you describe Coach Riley? Passionate. Favorite Army jersey? Blue. Favorite NHL jersey? Chicago Blackhawks home jerseys. They are the best uniforms in all of professional sports. That is a fact. What is your favorite event that Army hockey puts on? Prostate Cancer Awareness Night.

2010-11: Appeared in 32 games ... scored five goals and handed out six assists ... scored once short-handed ... tallied pair of gamewinning goals ... registered an assist in season-opening game vs. Colgate ... added an assist the next game vs. Holy Cross ... scored first goal of the season against AIC, the game-winner ... scored in both games of weekend split with Niagara ... picked up game-winner in 4-1 victory ... scored opposite Ohio State in the Catamount Cup ... posted short-handed goal against Connecticut ... registered two assists against AIC ... second career multiple-point game ... ended season with assists in final two games. 2009-10: Appeared in 21 games ... season curtailed by injuries ... scored four goals ... handed out four assists ... credited with an assist at Merrimack, his second collegiate game ... scored first collegiate goal at Colgate ... score knotted the game at 4 in eventual overtime tie ... posted his first short-handed goal at Bentley during 5-1 victory ... handed out an assist at Holy Cross ... was +2 with a goal and assist in 4-4 tie with Mercyhurst on national television ... first career multiple-point game ... had a goal and assists in regular-season-ending series with AIC ... played in both playoff games at Air Force. BACKGROUND: Born in Oak Lawn, Ill. ... now resides in Park Ridge, Ill. ... 2007 graduate of Maine South High School ... played baseball, football, basketball and soccer growing up ... earned two letters and served as team captain of Maine South’s gymnastics team ... played for coach Sheldon Keefe and the Pembroke Lumberkings of the Central Junior Hockey League ... named to the CJHL All-Stars in the first “Battle of Ontario” ... won a pair of CJHL Championships ... enjoys cheering on the Chicago Blackhawks, spending time with friends and watching movies ... son of Ingrid and David Santee ... father was a two-time Olympic figure skater .... David participated in the 1976 and ‘80 Olympics ... one brother, Chris ... first member of family to embark on military career ... lists Tuomo Ruutu, Dave Bolland and his father as his favorite athletes ... majoring in Management.

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MAURICE ALVAREZ

#24 SOPHOMORE • DEFENSEMAN 6-2 • 220 CLEVELAND, OHIO ST. IGNATIUS PEMBROKE LUMBERKINGS (CJHL) One of five sophomores on the team … one of three players from Ohio … one of four players from the Central Junior Hockey League … will wear #24 this season, switching from #16 … totaled 14 points during freshman campaign. 2011-12: Appeared in 33 games … recorded five goals and nine assists … tied with his brother, Marcel, for fourth on the team in scoring … netted two power play goals … first collegiate goal and assist came at Sacred Heart … scored a power play goal, the game-winning tally, in a 2-1 victory … scored his second goal two nights later … assisted on lone goal in 1-1 overtime tie against Brown … tallied even-strength goals in back-to-back games against Robert Morris and Mercyhurst and then handed out an assist against Mercyhurst for a three-game scoring streak … scored final goal later in regular season against AIC … registered assists against RPI, Air Force, Bentley, Holy Cross and AIC … collected a point in the playoffs with an assist in second game against Holy Cross. BACKGROUND: Born in Mayfield Heights, Ohio ... now resides in Cleveland ... 2009 graduate of Saint Ignatius High School ... played for head coach Sheldon Keefe and the Pembroke Lumberkings ... won two CJHL Championships with the Lumberkings ... claimed the Eastern Canada Championship in 2011 ... part of national championship Lumberkings squad in 2011 ... two-time CJHL all-star ... son of Paula and Eva Alvarez ... older brother Marcel is a 2012 West Point graduate ... Maurice enjoys golf, paintball and skiing ... lists Steven Stamkos as his favorite athlete ... major is undeclared.

GETTING TO KNOW MAURICE ALVAREZ Why did you choose West Point? I wanted to do something special with my life. I could have gone to other schools just for hockey, but I wanted something more. Talk about the impact that Major Tom Kennedy had on you? I did not know him too well, but in the short time I knew him he was always there for me. Whenever I had an issue he was there to help. I appreciate anything he has done because it’s probably more than I actually know of. Favorite part about Army hockey? Roadtrips with the boys. I am most looking forward to playing? Penn State and Air Force. How would you describe Coach Riley? He is a very straight-forward kind of coach. He tells you how it is. Also, he is a very caring person. When outside the rink, he tries to get to know everyone of his players and I feel that provides a better environment within the room. Favorite Army jersey? Gold. Favorite NHL jersey? Minnesota Wild third jersey. Fans should come to Tate Rink this season because? We are going to put on quite the show, work hard every night and try our best to bring home as many W’s as we can. What is your favorite event that Army hockey puts on? Prostate Cancer Awareness Night.

MAC LALOR

#18 SOPHOMORE • DEFENSEMAN 6-0 • 185 NEEDHAM, MASS. ST. SEBASTIAN’S BOSTON JUNIOR BRUINS (EJHL) One of five sophomores on the team … one of two players from Massachusetts … one of seven players out of the Eastern Junior Hockey League … recorded four goals and six assists during freshman campaign … one multiple-point game … named the team’s Heinmiller Award winner as top freshman. 2011-12: Appeared in 31 games … scored four goals and handed out six assists … tied for seventh on the team in scoring … collected one power play and one short-handed goal … awarded the Heinmiller Award as the team’s top freshman … credited with two assists in a 3-3 overtime tie with Mercyhurst for his first multiple-point game … ended the season with an assist in two of his final three games … registered first collegiate point at Tate Rink against Bentley with an assist … scored first two collegiate goals at Robert Morris … scored an even-strength goal in a loss and then a power play tally in 3-3 overtime tie the next night … netted short-handed tally at Holy Cross, capping a stretch of three goals and two assists in five games … also scored at American International … collected assists against Sacred Heart and Holy Cross in the first round of the playoffs. BACKGROUND: Born in Silver Spring, Md. ... now resides in Needham, Mass. ... 2009 graduate of St. Sebastian’s School ... all-league selection at St. Sebastian’s ... played for head coach Peter Masters and the Boston Junior Bruins of the EJHL ... totaled four goals and 26 assists in 87 games over a two-year span ... son of Mike and Leanne Lalor ... has one brother, Jordan ... Jordan graduated from Bowdoin College this summer ... father Mike played in the NHL for 12 seasons and won a Stanley Cup with the Montreal Canadiens in 1985-86 ... Mac enjoys golf, guitar and snowboarding ... first member of his family to embark on a military career ... member of the National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society at St. Sebastian’s ... lists Nicklas Lidstrom as his favorite athlete ... majoring in management.

GETTING TO KNOW MAC LALOR

Why did you choose West Point? I wanted to play Division I hockey at a top academic school in the country. West Point invited me down for a visit and I knew this was the place for me. I knew it wouldn’t be the normal college experience, but I felt it would be a great investment for my future. Talk about the impact that Major Tom Kennedy had on you? He was the go-to guy on the team and he helped us all out so much, and never asked for anything in return. He would come up to the rink just to say hi to the guys, and he was always in a good mood and a fun guy to talk to. Although I only knew Major Kennedy for a year, he had a huge impact on all of us and we’ll really miss him around here. Favorite part about Army hockey? The guys on the team. The best part of my day is walking in the lounge and seeing all the guys and hanging out before we head out onto the ice for practice every day The camaraderie amongst the boys is unlike anything I’ve ever been a part of. How would you describe Coach Riley? Great guy, cares about all the guys on the team. Favorite Army jersey? White.

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JOSH RICHARDS

#19 SOPHOMORE • FORWARD 5-11 • 170 LEE, N.H. PHILLIPS EXETER SOUTH SHORE KINGS (EJHL) One of five sophomores on the team … one of two players from New Hampshire … one of seven players out of the Eastern Junior Hockey League … will wear #19 this season, switching from #3 … recorded two points during freshman campaign. 2011-12: Appeared in 20 games … scored once and handed out an assist … both of his points came at Tate Rink against Bentley … had a hand in both goals in a 6-2 loss … one of 18 players named to the Atlantic Hockey Association All-Academic Team. BACKGROUND: Born in Stillwater, Okla. ... now resides in Lee, N.H. ... 2010 graduate of Phillips Exeter Academy ... played for head coach Scott Harlow and the South Shore Kings of the EJHL ... totaled 35 points his final season and helped the squad to a third-place league finish ... son of Mark and Marie Richards ... one sister, Sarah ... father played Division I lacrosse at the University of New Hampshire ... sister played Division I field hockey at Rider ... served as captain and was named Most Valuable Player at Phillips Exeter ... played shortstop as member of the Phillips Exeter baseball team ... member of the National Latin Honor Society ... majoring in Law.

GETTING TO KNOW JOSH RICHARDS Why did you choose West Point? To play Division I hockey at a high caliber academic institution. Talk about the impact that Major Tom Kennedy had on you? He would do anything for anyone and always put others first. He helped me make my summer schedule this past summer and was a great role model for all of us. Favorite part about Army hockey? Orange/Lemon. I am most looking forward to playing? I’m pumped to go to Air Force for the first time! And Merrimack because it’s close to my house and they have rowdy fans. How would you describe Coach Riley? A rare coach in that he cares about us as more than just hockey players. Favorite Army jersey? Go Gold. Favorite NHL jersey? Boston Bruins. What makes West Point so special? West Point is special because it pushes me academically and athletically every day. I’ve always worked hard at both school and hockey, and West Point provides a rigorous schedule for both which is awesome.

ROB TADAZAK

#1 SOPHOMORE • GOALTENDER 6-0 • 200 LAPEER, MICH. LAPEER EAST MICHIGAN WARRIORS (NAHL) One of five sophomores on the team … one of three players from Michigan … one of 10 players from the North American Hockey League … registered a .908 save percentage in first season with a 3.20 goals against average … career-best 53 saves vs. Brown during freshman campaign. 2011-12: Appeared in 11 games … announced as the starting goalie in 10 contests … posted a 3.20 goals against average and .908 save percentage … credited with 317 saves … made 20 or more saves in 10 games … established career standard with 53 saves against Brown in 1-1 overtime tie … collected 39 saves in his next start, a 3-3 tie at Robert Morris … also earned a point with an overtime tie with 33 saves against Mercyhurst … ended stretch of three straight starts where he earned team a point … recorded 37 saves in first collegiate start against Merrimack … saw first collegiate action against nationally ranked Union and made four saves in nine minutes of work … turned away 32 shots in 5-3 loss to RIT … collected first collegiate point with an assist on the first of three Andy Starczewski goals against the Tigers … totaled 33 saves against Niagara in a 3-0 loss. BACKGROUND: Born in Royal Oak, Mich. ... now resides in Lapeer, Mich. ... 2008 graduate of Lapeer East High School ... played for the Michigan Warriors of the NAHL ... named Most Valuable Player in the NAHL and Goalie of the Year while collecting all-league honors ... posted a 27-9-5 record with nine shutouts and a .944 save percentage ... son of Bob and Darlene Tadazak ... has two younger brothers, Steven and John ... John is a sophomore at Central Michigan University ... Rob letter twice in baseball and once in soccer in high school ... lists Roberto Luongo as his favorite athlete ... majoring is Management.

GETTING TO KNOW ROB TADAZAK Why did you choose West Point? The education and if I looked at myself in 10 years after not going to West Point with such a great opportunity, I would have to kick myself. Talk about the impact that Major Tom Kennedy had on you? He was one of the best role models that I have had since I stepped on campus and his legacy that he left is unmatched. Favorite part about Army hockey? Being with the boys, AHF for life. I am most looking forward to playing? Air Force. How would you describe Coach Riley? An upbeat coach who knows what he wants and demands excellence. Favorite Army jersey? The gold jerseys. Favorite NHL jersey? Edmonton Oilers Fans should come to Tate Rink this season because? This is a whole new season and we WILL do better than last year. What is your favorite event that Army hockey puts on? The Special Olympics because those kids inspire not only me but the whole school. It’s amazing the drive to succeed that those kids have.

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ZAK ZAREMBA

#10 SOPHOMORE • FORWARD 6-1 • 185 PARMA, OHIO URSULINE BROCKVILLE BRAVES (CJHL) One of five sophomores on the team … one of three players from Ohio … one of four players from the Central Junior Hockey League … five goals and six assist during his freshman season … two career multiplepoint games. 2011-12: Appeared in 34 games … totaled five goals and six assists … 11 points were sixth on the squad … team leader with a +4 plus/minus rating … netted a goal in first career game with a tally against nationally ranked Union … scored goal less than three minutes into contest … registered first assist at Merrimack … collected first multiple-point game with two assists at RIT … scored in a 2-1 win at Sacred Heart the next time out … second multiple-point game was against Connecticut with a goal and assist … netted goals in both games of a late-season home-and-home series against Sacred Heart … also handed out assists against Holy Cross and Bentley BACKGROUND: Born in Cleveland, Ohio ... resides in Parma, Ohio ... 2009 graduate of Ursuline High School ... honor roll student ... played for head coach Todd Gill and the Brockville Braves of the CJHL ... served as alternate captain ... helped team to Fred Page Cup championship and national semifinals ... also played for the Mahoning Valley Phantoms where he was an alternate captain ... selected to the 2010-11 CJHL All-Star game ... played in the National Junior A Tier 3 Tournament with the Cleveland Lumberjacks in 2007-08 ... son of Liz and the late Ken Zaremba ... two siblings, Al and Cassie ... father served in the Air Force ... both of his grandfathers served in the military ... lists Martin St. Louis as his favorite athlete ... majoring in Kinesiology.

R.J. BURNS

#15 FRESHMAN • FORWARD 5-10 • 170 PEARL RIVER, N.Y. DON BOSCO PREP NEW JERSEY HITMEN (EJHL) One of 13 freshmen on the squad … one of two players from New York … one of seven players from the Eastern Junior Hockey League. BACKGROUND: Born in Suffern, N.Y. … now calls nearby Pearl River, N.Y. home … attended Army hockey games as a kid … 2011 graduate of Don Bosco Prep … played for head coach Toby Harris and the Jersey Hitmen of the EJHL … led team to runner-up league finish in 2011 … team MVP and first-team allstate selection while at Don Bosco … first-team North Jersey all-star selection as well … son of Dawn Gericke and Robert Burns … has three siblings, Kalynn, Shannon and Patrick … cousin Erin Calderoni is a member of the swim team at Loyola University … R.J. is the first member of his family to embark on a military career … enjoys playing golf is his spare time … lists Martin St. Louis as his favorite athlete.

GETTING TO KNOW ZAK ZAREMBA Why did you choose West Point? World class education, an opportunity to give back to my country, and to play Division I hockey. Talk about the impact that Major Tom Kennedy had on you? He was always around to help out the guys. He would walk around our tables during lunch and make sure we were all doing good. If we weren’t, he’d help us out in any way he could. Favorite part about Army hockey? The camaraderie amongst the boys. It’s unlike anything I’ve ever been a part of. I am most looking forward to playing? The Icebreaker and Air Force. How would you describe Coach Riley? Intense, for the players, understanding. Favorite Army jersey? Gold. Favorite NHL jersey? Old-school Vancouver. What is your favorite event that Army hockey puts on? Prostate Cancer Awareness Night. My grandfather died of prostate cancer so it’s very important to me to raise awareness about it.

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WILLIE FAUST

#27 FRESHMAN • FORWARD 5-10 • 180 STILLWATER, MINN. HILL MURRAY ODESSA JACKALOPES (NAHL)

JONATHAN GEHRT #20 FRESHMAN • DEFENSEMAN 5-11 • 180 WOODBURY, MINN. WOODBURY AUSTIN BRUINS (NAHL)

One of 13 freshmen on the squad … one of four players from One of 13 freshmen on the squad … one of four players from Minnesota … one of 10 players from the North American Hock- Minnesota … one of 10 players from the North American Hockey ey League. League. BACKGROUND: Born and resides in Stillwater, Minn. … started skating at age 3 … 2010 graduate of Hill-Murray School … threeyear letterwinner in baseball … all-conference selection as a second baseman … also played outfield during American Legion season … twice played in the Minnesota State High School Hockey Tournament … team finished third in 2010 … all-state honorable mention hockey selection as a senior … High Honor Roll for eight semesters … chosen for the All-Academic Award for best scholar-athlete for hockey … played for head coach Paul Gillis and the Odessa Jackalopes of the NAHL … served as team captain … team plays where movie Friday Night Lights was filmed … son of Scott and Sue Faust … has two brothers, Andy and Max … cousin Mark Osiecki is the head hockey coach at Ohio State … Willie is the first player in his family to embark on a military career … enjoys spending time with friends, reading and watching and playing sports in his free time … lists Zach Parise and Tiger Woods as his favorite athletes.

BACKGROUND: Born in Woodbury, Minn. … still calls Woodbury home … 2010 honors graduate of Woodbury High School … played for head coach Chris Tok and the Austin Bruins of the NAHL … scored seven goals and handed out 25 assists in 52 games during his last year with the Bruins … led the team with five power play goals and 11 power play assists … totaled 10 goals and 33 assists during his two years in Austin … was an outfielder on the Woodbury baseball team for three years … won three Suburban East Conference championships with Woodbury’s hockey team … squad finished fifth in the state during his sophomore season … son of Roger and Michele Gehrt … has two brothers, Chris and Nick … grandfather Roger Gehrt, Sr., was an Airman Second Class in the Air Force … grandfather James Andreen was an Airman First Class in the Air Force as well … cousin Mark Mueller was a major in the Air Force … Jonathan enjoys fishing in his free time … lists Ryan McDonagh and Ray Bourque as his favorite athletes.

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SHANE HEARN #26 FRESHMAN • FORWARD 5-10 • 185 AUBURN, MAINE HEBRON ACADEMY

THANE HELLER

#22 FRESHMAN • FORWARD 6-2 • 210 ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. ELIZABETHTOWN BOSTON JUNIOR BRUINS (EJHL)

One of 13 freshmen on the squad … one of two players from One of 13 freshmen on the squad … one of two players from Pennsylvania … one of seven players from the Eastern Junior Maine … one of three prep school players. Hockey League. BACKGROUND: Born in Pittsburgh, Pa. … now calls Auburn, Maine home … 2012 graduate of Hebron Academy … played for head coaches James LeBlanc and Matt Plante … two-year team captain … led the team in points and goals during his senior season … named team MVP … earned the Coaches Award during his junior season … member of the high honor roll … competed in boxing, golf and lacrosse as well … named all-conference in the New England Lacrosse League … son of Joe and Heather Hearn … has one sister, Hannah … Shane is the first member of his family to embark on a military career … enjoys fishing and scuba diving … certified scuba diver … lists Tiger Woods as his favorite athlete.

BACKGROUND: Born in Lancaster, Pa. … now calls Elizabethtown, Pa., home … 2010 graduate of Elizabethtown High School … attended The Gunnery for two seasons … two-year member of the soccer team as starting varsity goalkeeper … all-league, all-section and all-district selection as a lacrosse player … competed for a season on the freshman football team … played for coach Peter Masters and the Boston Junior Bruins … competed in 44 games … racked up 27 goals and 40 assists … finished third on the team with 67 points … netted 11 power play goals … son of Dennis and Laurie Heller … has one sister, Kalicia … Thane is the first member of his family to embark on a military career … learned all of the NHL teams before his ABC’s.

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LUKE JENKINS

#23 FRESHMAN • DEFENSEMAN 5-10 • 180 RIVER FALLS, WIS. RIVER FALLS AMARILLO BULLS (NAHL)

JOE KOZLAK

#14 FRESHMAN • FORWARD 6-2 • 190 DULUTH, MINN. DULUTH MARSHALL AMARILLO BULLS (NAHL)

One of 13 freshmen on the squad … lone player on the squad from Wisconsin … one of 10 players from the North American Hockey League.

One of 13 freshmen on the squad … one of four players on the roster from Minnesota … one of 10 players from the North American Hockey League.

BACKGROUND: Born in River Falls, Wis. … still calls River Falls home … 2009 graduate of River Falls High School … played hockey and tennis at River Falls … first-team all-state hockey player … member of the National Honor Society … graduated with honors … played for head coach Dennis Williams and the Amarillo Bulls of the NAHL … totaled 35 points in 98 games over two seasons … 12 goals and 23 assists … collected 13 playoff points, including six goals in 25 games … helped Bulls to 2011 South Division Championship … son of Tom Jenkins and the late Jennifer Jenkins … has one sister, Brittni … Luke is the first member of his family to embark on a military career … enjoys aviation and fishing … holds his Federal Aviation Administration private pilots license … grew up with a rink in his backyard … competed in a hockey tournament in the West Edmonton Mall as a 10 year old.

BACKGROUND: Born in St. Paul, Minn. … now calls Duluth, Minn., home … 2009 graduate of Duluth Marshall High School … member of the golf team for five seasons … two-time participant in the Minnesota State Golf Tournament … part of two Lake Superior all-conference teams as a hockey player … member of the 2008 Lake Superior Conference championship team … helped squad to second-place finish at the 2008 Minnesota State Tournament … voted Most Valuable Player of the 2009 CCM All-Star Game … played for head coach Dennis Williams and the Amarillo Bulls of the NAHL … helped team to third-place finish in the 2011 Robertson Cup … team was a semifinalist in 2012 when he was an all-tournament team selection … served as team captain in his final season after handling alternate duties the season prior … named team MVP in 2011-12 … son of Jane and Joel Kozlak … has one brother, Scott, and a sister, Trish … brother Scott played hockey at Air Force and is now a second lieutenant with the U.S. Air Force … Joe choose West Point after being inspired by his brother … Joe could have played collegiate golf, but instead fulfilled his dream of attending a military academy.

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JAMES MCNULTY

#2 FRESHMAN • FORWARD/DEFENSEMAN 6-4 • 215 HOWELL, MICH. CATHOLIC CENTRAL FLIN FLON BOMBERS (SJHL)

ANDREW O’LEARY

#7 FRESHMAN • FORWARD 6-1 • 210 NORWICH, VT. SHATTUCK-ST. MARY’S TOPEKA ROAD RUNNERS (NAHL)

One of 13 freshmen on the squad … one of three players from Michigan … lone player on the team from the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League.

One of 13 freshmen on the squad … lone player from Vermont … one of seven players on the team from the North American Hockey League.

BACKGROUND: Born in Detroit, Mich. … now calls Howell, Mich., home … 2009 graduate of Detroit Catholic Central … member of the Honor Roll of four years … played hockey, football and lacrosse … served as team captain on the football team where he played linebacker and tight end … occupied the midfield in lacrosse … successful hockey career began when he started skating at age 3 and includes being a two-time state champion … two national championship runner-up finishes … fourth-place finish at the World Pee Wee Quebec Tournament as a youngster … Ontario Hockey League draft pick … earned three Most Valuable Player Awards … Atlantic Junior Hockey League Rookie All-Star … last played for head coach Mike Reagan and the Flin Flon Bombers of the SJHL … son of Jim and Kim McNulty … has two sisters, Shelby and Brittney … Brittney is a Navy Corpsman … James enjoys hunting and fishing … lists Todd Bertuzzi and Eric Lindros as his favorite athletes.

BACKGROUND: Born in Duluth, Minn. … now calls Norwich, Vt., home … 2009 graduate of Shattuck-St. Mary’s … competed on the baseball and football teams at Shattuck … played for coach Scott Langer and the Topeka Road Runners of the NAHL … won a the regular season championship in 2010-11 … drafted by the Halifax Mooseheads in the 2008 Quebec Major Junior Hockey League Draft … has also competed in the USHL and EJHL … son of Shawn and Amy O’Leary … has three brothers, Michael, Matthew and Peter … comes from a hockey-playing family … in addition to his father, his uncle, Ryan O’Leary, played at Denver and was drafted by the Calgary Flames in the fourth round of the 1989 NHL Draft … Andrew started skating when he was 2 … enjoys friends, family and fishing in his spare time … lists Evgeni Malkin and LeBron James as his favorite athletes.

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CHRISTIAN POMARICO #3 FRESHMAN • DEFENSEMAN 6-0 • 200 SIMSBURY, CONN. NORTHWOOD MUSKEGON LUMBERJACKS (USHL)

JOSH ROBERTS

#28 FRESHMAN • FORWARD 5-11 • 185 SOUTHPORT, CONN. TRINITY PAWLING NEW YORK APPLE CORE (EJHL)

One of 13 freshmen on the squad … one of two players from Connecticut … lone player on the team from the United States Hockey League.

One of 13 freshmen on the squad … one of two players from Connecticut … one of seven players on the team from the Eastern Junior Hockey League.

BACKGROUND: Born in Setauket, N.Y. … now calls Simsbury, Conn., home … 2011 graduate of Northwood School … served as team captain of the lacrosse team where he played in the midfield … hockey team’s home rink was in Lake Placid, N.Y., where the “Miracle on Ice” took place … played for Jim Mackenzie and the Muskegon Lumberkings of the USHL … served as alternate captain … son of John and Diane Pomarico … first member of his family to embark on a military career … cousin, Tom, was a member of the University of Michigan football team and is a 2012 graduate … Christian enjoys fishing, golfing and cycling … lists Scott Stevens, Bob Robert and P.J. Stock as his favorite athletes.

BACKGROUND: Born in Reston, Va. … now calls Southport, Conn., home … 2010 graduate of Fairfield College Preparatory School … 2011 graduate of Trinity Pawling School … won a state championship as a forward at Fairfield Prep … played for head coach Frank Bretti and the New York Applecore in the EJHL … son of Mike and Fran Roberts … has three siblings, Jonathan, Rachael and Matthew … Josh is the first member of his family to embark on a military career … enjoys golf in his spare time … lists Ryan Callahan and Mark Messier as his favorite athletes.

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MICHAEL ST. DENIS #16 FRESHMAN • FORWARD 5-9 • 175 AUBURN, MAINE PHILLIPS EXETER ACADEMY

One of 13 freshmen on the squad … one of two players from Maine … one of three prep school players on the team. BACKGROUND: Born in Lewiston, Maine … now calls Auburn, Maine, home … 2012 graduate of Phillips Exeter Academy … played right wing for coach Dana Barbin … also competed on the tennis, track and field and lacrosse squads … son of Kelly and Gerry St. Denis … has one brother, Gregory and one sister, Kerri … Michael is the first member of his family to embark on a military career … enjoys fishing, boating, movies, golf, tennis and ping pong in his spare time … lists Paul Kariya, Teemu Selanne and Zach Parise as his favorite athletes.

KYLE VOGEL

#8 FRESHMAN • FORWARD 6-2 • 200 RICHLAND, WASH. SAND CREEK WENATCHEE WILD (NAHL) One of 13 freshmen on the squad … lone player from Washington … one of 10 players from the North American Hockey League. BACKGROUND: Born in Bad Kreuznach, Germany … now calls Richland, Wash., home … 2010 graduate of San Creek High School … played hockey and baseball … first baseman on the diamond … played for head coach John Becanic and the Wenatchee Wild of the NAHL … voted team fan favorite … son of Hans and Dana Vogel … has one brother, Evan … father, Hans, and uncle, Rich Meader, served in the Army … grandfather, Bill Meader, is retired from the Air Force … Kyle enjoys baseball, football and music in his spare time … lists Felix Hernandez, Jake Locker, Hope Solo, Jonathan Towes, Patrick Kane and Marion Hossa as his favorite athletes … attended four high schools in four years … only person in his family to ever play hockey.

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HOW I SPENT MY SUMMER #1 Rob Tadazak Completed Cadet Field Training before Physical Individual Advance Development hockey camp. #4 Cody Ikkala Spent three weeks in Israel touring with Israeli officers. Also spent time with an Air Defense Artillery unit in Fort Bliss, Texas. #5 John Clark Participated in Cadet Troop Leadership Training at West Point and then served as First Regimental Assistant at Cadet Basic Training before hockey camp in Brainerd, Minn. #10 Zak Zaremba Completed Cadet Field Training and then participated in a Physical Individual Advance Development with Maurice Alvarez. #11 Brian Schultz Served as Cadet Field Training Squad at Camp Leader Buckner. #13 Jon Bobb Participated in Cadet Leadership Development Training and then went to Fort Richardson, Alaska, for three weeks. #17 Mike Santee Was not enrolled at West Point but did teach himself how to play guitar and train his new puppy, a Golden Retriever named Pembroke. #18 Mac Lalor Attending his brother’s graduation festivities at Bowdoin College. Attended the wedding of former teammate Alex McRae (2008) and completed Cadet Field Training. #21 Andy Starczewski Participated in Cadet Troop Leadership Training in Fort Carson, Colo. #24 Maurice Alvarez Was part of the “enemy” during Cadet basic Training. Spent three weeks training and participated in ambushes and raids against his fellow cadets. After Cadet Field Training, participated in a Physical Individual Advance Development with Zak Zaremba.

Cheyne Rocha in Italy over the summer #25 Cheyne Rocha Participated in Cadet Troop Leadership Training in Fort Carson, Colo., with an Engineering Unit. Took part in Academic Individual Advanced Development with the National Security Agency and with U.S. Army Africa in Italy. #30 Ryan Leets Spent four weeks with the 84th Engineering Support Company at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. Then spent three weeks in Washington, D.C., working under the Assistant Secretary of the Army to help develop a phone application to educate and train soldiers on operational energy. #35 Matt Walsh Participated in Cadet Leadership Develop Training as an Operations Officer.

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GETTING TO KNOW THE BLACK KNIGHTS #1 Rob Tadazak didn’t start skating until he was eight and played five years of junior hockey. #4 Cody Ikkala is the only player on the team who is engaged to be married. His fiancée is a classmate at West Point. #5 John Clark can sing, play the guitar, trumpet and saxophone and was once featured on ESPN Top-10 Plays. He was #4 when he scored a breakaway during as a high school senior. Clark and his Lake of the Woods teammates were playing St. Paul Johnson in an outdoor game on a river in Baudette, Minn., during the first Hockey Day in Minnesota. Clark’s goal sealed the 5-3 victory and earned him a spot in Top Plays. #10 Zak Zaremba comes from a military family. His father, both grandfathers and most of his great uncles were all enlisted in the military. His full name is Zachariah because his parents misinterpreted a bible verse. Elizabeth, the mother of John the Baptist, was supposed to be barren.

His mother’s name is Elizabeth and was told that she, too, wouldn’t be able to have kids. Zacharias was actually Elizabeth’s husband, not her son. His name should be John instead of Zachariah. #11 Brian Schultz went bowling at least once a week when he played juniors. Also served as a waiter, on rollerblades, at Sonic. His major is Nuclear Engineering. #13 Jon Bobb didn’t start playing ice hockey until he was 12. While he is a lefty shot, he does everything else righthanded. #17 Mike Santee began spending time at ice rinks as a one-month old with his father, an Olympic figure skater. In addition to football, baseball, soccer, basketball and hockey, he also participated in figure skating and gymnastics. #18 Mac Lalor not only plays guitar, he has dual citizenship in the U.S. and Canada and is a former skateboarding standout. #21 Andy Starczewski started skating at age 2 and is very vocal in his support of the New York Yankees.

WHAT THE VETERANS THINK Favorite Army Jersey #1 Tadazak Gold #4 Ikkala Grey #5 Clark Grey #10 Zaremba Gold #11 Schultz Grey #13 Bobb Grey #17 Santee Blue #18 Lalor White #21 Starczewski Grey #24 Alvarez Gold #25 Rocha Blue #30 Leets Gold #35 Walsh Gold

Favorite NHL Jersey Oilers Flyers Wild Vancouver King’s King’s Blackhawks Bruins Rangers Wild Rangers Rangers Bruins

Best Dressed Teammate Lalor Richards Leets Walsh/Ikkala Ikkala Bobb Walsh Walsh Walsh Lalor Walsh Walsh Walsh

Will Win Stanley Cup Wings Flyers Wild Av’s Penguins Coyotes Blackhawks Bruins Rangers Lightning Rangers Wings Bruins

John Clark #24 Maurice Alvarez first played defense as a 16-year old. A former competitive paintball player, he traveled all over the country to participate in tournaments. Is also a former freestyle skier. #25 Cheyne Rocha is applying for Rhodes (Oxford), Mitchell (Ireland) and Gates (Cambridge) Scholarships. Fancies himself an excellent cook after working in a restaurant for four years. #30 Ryan Leets earned the Superintendent’s Award for Excellent for achieving a top-5 class ranking in 2013. Earned the Distinguished Cadet Award for a 3.67 or above GPA for two consecutive semesters. Received the Dean’s Pentathlete Award for receiving an A- or above in all physical, military and academic classes for the semester. Is the lone Civil Engineering major on the team. #35 Matt Walsh is an experienced carpenter and welder after working in the family business. He drives a 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle and attended the Tuck Business Scott at Dartmouth for a month prior to his junior year.

2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 57 • THE BLACK KNIGHTS

Date Opponent

W/L

A

0

ATT

SF

SA

GOALIE (SAVES)

Army Goal Scorers

October (0-3-1; 0-1-0) 8

#11 Union

L

1

8

1,439

18

44

Leets (32); Tadazak (4)

14

Connecticut*

L

0

5

1,375

47

35

Leets (30)

Zaremba none

15

at #13 Merrimack

L

2

3

2,489

21

40

Tadazak (37)

22

vs. #14 Colgate

T

2

2

1,380

24

33

Leets (31)

Starczewski (PP), Henderson

4

at RIT*

T

2

2

1851

28

43

Leets (41)

5

at RIT*

L

3

5

2,100

35

37

Tadazak (32)

11

at Sacred Heart*

W

2

1

507

36

24

Leets (23)

12

Bentley*

L

1

4

1,403

41

38

Leets (34)

Skarda (PP)

18

at AIC*

T

3

3

273

30

42

Leets (39)

Starczewski, Maurice Alvarez, Hull

19

Brown

T

1

1

1,791

19

54

Tadazak (53)

25

at Robert Morris*

L

2

5

913

38

33

Leets (28)

26

at Robert Morris*

T

3

3

1,044

50

42

Tadazak (39)

2

Mercyhurst*

L

1

2

1,485

38

Maggard, Henderson

November (1-3-4; 1-3-3) Dube, Hull Starczewski, Starczewski, Starczewski Zaremba, Maurice Alvarez (PP)

Starczewski (PP) Lalor, Hull Colvin, Lalor (PP), Maurice Alvarez

December (1-3-1; 0-3-1) 28

Leets (26)

3

Mercyhurst*

T

3

3

2,160

36

36

Tadazak (33)

10

at Holy Cross*

L

1

3

1,604

25

34

Leets (31)

29

at Connecticut*!

L

0

2

1,587

19

31

Tadazak (29)

30

vs. RPI!

W

3

2

1,425

16

31

Leets (29)

Maurice Alvarez Henderson (EX); Hull; Maurcel Alvarez (PP) Lalor (SH) none Dube (PP), Hull (PP), Schultz

January (1-6-1; 1-6-1) 6

Canisius*

L

2

4

1,805

33

27

Tadazak (23)

7

Canisius*

L

1

2

2,631

36

23

Leets (21)

Henderson, Starczewski (PP) Starczewski

13

at Niagara*

L

1

5

636

39

35

Leets (30)

Marcel Alvarez (PP)

14

at Niagara*

L

0

3

931

29

36

Tadazak (33)

20

Air Force*

T

3

3

2,535

21

30

Leets (27)

21

Air Force*

L

2

4

2,525

18

28

Tadazak (24); Leets (0)

27

Bentley*

L

2

6

1,792

27

36

Leets (30)

Day, Richards

38

at Bentley*

W

3

1

756

27

22

Leets (21)

Dube, Colvin, Starczewski (PP)

none Skarda, Colvin (PP), Dube (SH) Maggard, Maggard (PP)

February (1-6-0; 1-6-0) 4

RMC (exh)

W

9

1

2,568

50

23

Leets (20); Walsh (2)

Zaremba, Hull, Dube (PP), Colvin (PP), Zaremba,

7

at Connecticut*

W

4

2

505

30

15

Leets (13)

10

Holy Cross*

L

1

6

1,501

24

37

Leets (31)

11

Holy Cross*

L

2

4

2,574

30

21

Tadazak (10), Leets (7)

Hull (PP), Starczewski (PP)

17

at AIC*

L

2

5

306

23

28

Leets (23)

Lalor, Maurice Alvarez (PP)

18

AIC*

L

2

3

2,036

37

28

Leets (25)

Colvin (PP), Dube

24

at Sacred Heart*

L

3

5

410

27

25

Leets (20)

Zaremba, Maggard, Dube

25

Sacred HEart*

L

3

5

2,527

32

22

Leets (17)

Starczewski, Zaremba, Ryan

Starczewski, Hull (PP), Lalor (PP), Colvin (PP) Zaremba, Starczewski, Day, Maggard (EN) Hull (PP)

March (0-2-0) 2

at Holy Cross

L

2

3

1,088

21

39

Leets (36)

Starczewski, Skarda

3

at Holy Cross

L

2

5

976

22

41

Leets (36)

Marcel Alvarez (PP), Hull

2011-12 RESULTS • 2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 58

## Name

GP

G

A

Pts

Shots

Pct

+/-

No-Min

Min

Maj

Oth

PP

SH

FG

GW

GTG

OT

HT

PN

UA

9

34

8

17

25

82

.098

-15

13-26

13

0

0

3

0

0

0

2

0

0

0

0

21 Andy STARCZEWSKI

34

13 11

24

103

.126

-19

7-14

7

0

0

5

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

2

24 Danny COLVIN

30

4

16

20

68

.059

-14

10-31

8

1

1

2

0

2

1

0

0

0

0

0

16 Maurice ALVAREZ

33

5

9

14

64

.078

-26

13-26

13

0

0

2

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

2

34

3

11

14

74

.041

-26

24-48

24

0

0

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

10 Zak ZAREMBA

34

5

6

11

49

.102

+4

3-6

3

0

0

0

0

3

0

0

0

0

0

1

15 Mark DUBE

32

6

4

10

67

.090

-7

4-8

4

0

0

1

1

2

0

1

0

0

0

0

18 Mac LALOR

31

4

6

10

65

.062

-7

14-28

14

0

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

Mike HULL

Marcel ALVAREZ

22 Bryant SKARDA

31

3

6

9

78

.038

-9

8-22

6

2

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

27 Kyle MAGGARD

34

5

3

8

50

.100

-19

16-59

12

1

3

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

23 Bill DAY

34

2

5

7

55

.036

-12

6-12

6

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

12 Mike HENDERSON

32

4

2

6

81

.049

-10

6-12

6

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

11 Brian SCHULTZ

29

1

2

3

49

.020

-14

12-24

12

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

3

Josh RICHARDS

20

1

1

2

13

.077

-7

2-4

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

5

John CLARK

26

0

2

2

14

.000

-2

2-4

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

Cody IKKALA

30

0

2

2

22

.000

-15

25-50

25

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

8

Alex McRAE

34

0

2

2

19

.000

-5

7-14

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

20 Pat RYAN

19

1

0

1

3

.333

+1

1-2

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

13 Jon BOBB

15

0

1

1

4

.000

-3

1-2

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0

25 Cheyne ROCHA

10

0

1

1

12

.000

-10

3-6

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

Rob TADAZAK

11

0

1

1

0

.000

0

0-0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

19 Jack BARNES

28

0

0

0

21

.000

-10

1-2

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

26 Bret LARSON

6

0

0

0

4

.000

-1

0-0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

TM TEAM

22

0

0

0

0

.000

0

3-14

2

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Total...............

34

65 108

173

997

.065

-226 181-414 172

4

5

19

2

12

4

4

0

1

0

4

Opponents...........

34

120 192

312

1118

.107

-

3

5

29

6

22

23

3

0

1

0

6

Avg 3.20 3.50 3.47 1.88

Saves 317 681 0 998 932

## 1 30 TM

Name Rob TADAZAK Ryan LEETS EMPTY NET Total............... Opponents...........

GP-GS 11-10 26-24 22-0 34-0 34-0

Minutes 599:38 1457:37 17:45 2075:00 2075:00

GA 32 85 3 120 65

178-405 170

Pct .908 .889 .000 .893 .935

W 0 4 0 4 23

L 7 16 0 23 4

T 3 4 0 7 7

Sho 0 0 0 0 3

PP 8 21 0 29 19

SH 2 3 1 6 2

EN 0 0 3 3 1

PEN 0 0 0 0 0

SOG 0 0 0 0 0

Players listed in italics are not returning to the team TEAM STATISTICS Army

Opp.

SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Shot pct. Goals/Game Shots/Game Assists

65-997 .065 1.9 29.3 108

120-1118 .107 3.5 32.9 192

POWER PLAYS Goals-Power Plays Conversion Percent Shot Attempts Shot Percent

19-146 .130 194 .098

29-144 .201 183 .158

GOAL BREAKDOWN Total Goals Power Play Short-handed Empty net Penalty Unassisted

65 19 2 1 0 4

120 29 6 3 0 6

Overtime Shootout Delayed Penalty

0 0 0

0 0 0

PENALTIES Number Minutes Penalties/Game Pen minutes/Game Minor Major 10-minute Misconduct Game Misconduct Gross Misconduct Match

181 414 5.3 12.2 172 4 0 5 0 0

178 405 5.2 11.9 170 3 0 5 0 0

ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

29579 15/1972 2/1402

17976 17/1057

2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 59 • 2011-12 STATISTICS

Date Opponent

Result

LW

C

RW

LD

RD

G Leets

October (0-3-1; 0-1-0) 8

#11 Union

L, 1-8

Colvin

Hull

Dube

Rocha

Marcel Alvarez

14

Connecticut*

15

at #13 Merrimack

L, 0-5

Colvin

Hull

Dube

Rocha

Marcel Alvarez

Leets

L, 2-3

Richards

Hull

Dube

Rocha

Lalor

Tadazak

22

vs. #14 Colgate

T, 2-2 OT

Skarda

Hull

Dube

Ikkala

Marcel Alvarez

Leets

November (1-3-4; 1-3-3) 4

at RIT*

T. 2-2 OT

Skarda

Hull

Dube

Rocha

Marcel Alvarez

Leets

5

at RIT*

L, 3-5

Skarda

Hull

Dube

Ikkala

Marcel Alvarez

Tadazak

11

at Sacred heart*

W, 2-1

Henderson

Hull

Dube

Marcel Alvarez

Maurice Alvarez

Leets

12

Bentley*

L, 1-4

Henderson

Hull

Dube

Marcel Alvarez

Maurice Alvarez

Leets

18

at AIC*

T, 3-3 OT

Colvin

Zaremba

Starczewski

Marcel Alvarez

Maurice Alvarez

Leets

19

Brown

T, 1-1 OT

Colvin

Zaremba

Starczewski

Marcel Alvarez

Maurice Alvarez

Tadazak

25

at Robert Morris*

L, 2-5

Colvin

Zaremba

Starczewski

Marcel Alvarez

Maurice Alvarez

Leets

26

at Robert Morris*

T, 3-3 OT

Skarda

Hull

Dube

Marcel Alvarez

Maurice Alvarez

Tadazak

2

Mercyhurst*

L. 1-2

Skarda

Hull

Dube

Marcel Alvarez

Maurice Alvarez

Leets

3

Mercyhurst*

T, 3-3 OT

Starczewski

Hull

Dube

Marcel Alvarez

Maurice Alvarez

Tadazak

10

at Holy Cross*

L, 1-3

Starczewski

Hull

Dube

Marcel Alvarez

Lalor

Leets

29

at Connecticut*!

L, 0-2

Starczewski

Hull

Dube

Marcel Alvarez

Maurice Alvarez

Tadazak

30

vs. RPI!

W, 3-2

Starczewski

Hull

Schultz

Marcel Alvarez

Maurice Alvarez

Leets

6

Canisius*

L. 2-4

Schultz

Hull

Starczewski

Marcel Alvarez

Maurice Alvarez

Tadazak

7

Canisius*

T, 1-2

Colvin

Hull

Starczewski

Marcel Alvarez

Maurice Alvarez

Leets

13

at Niagara*

L, 1-5

Skarda

Schultz

Dube

Marcel Alvarez

Maurice Alvarez

Leets

14

at Niagara*

L, 0-3

Colvin

Hull

Starczewski

Marcel Alvarez

Maurice Alvarez

Tadazak

20

Air Force*

T, 3-3 OT

Colvin

Hull

Starczewski

Marcel Alvarez

Maurice Alvarez

Leets

21

Air Force*

L, 2-4

Colvin

Hull

Starczewski

Marcel Alvarez

Maurice Alvarez

Tadazak

27

Bentley*

L, 2-6

Dube

Hull

Starczewski

Marcel Alvarez

Maurice Alvarez

Leets

28

at Bentley

W, 3-1

McRae

Barnes

Henderson

Maurice Alvarez

Lalor

Leets

4

RMC (exh)

W. 9-1

Dube

Hull

Maggard

Ikkala

Marcel Alvarez

Leets Leets

December (1-3-1; 0-3-1)

January (1-6-1; 1-6-1)

February (1-6-0; 1-6-0) 7

at Connecticut*

W, 4-2

Dube

Hull

Maggard

Ikkala

Marcel Alvarez

10

Holy Cross*

L, 1-6

Dube

Hull

Maggard

Ikkala

Marcel Alvarez

Leets

11

Holy Corss*

L, 2-4

Colvin

Zaremba

Starczewski

Lalor

Clark

Tadazak

17

at AIC*

L, 2-5

Dube

Hull

Maggard

Ikkala

Marcel Alvarez

Leets

18

AIC*

L, 2-3

Dube

Hull

Maggard

Ikkala

Marcel Alvarez

Leets

24

at Sacred Heart*

L, 3-5

Dube

Hull

Maggard

Ikkala

Marcel Alvarez

Leets

25

Sacred Heart*

L, 3-5

Dube

Hull

Maggard

Ikkala

Marcel Alvarez

Leets

March (0-2-0) 2

at Holy Cross

L, 2-3

Colvin

Hull

Starczewski

Ikkala

Marcel Alvarez

Leets

3

at Holy Cross

L, 2-5

Colvin

Hull

Starczewski

Ikkala

Marcel Alvarez

Leets

2011-12 STARTERS • 2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 60

Date

Opponent

Result

Goals

Assists

Shots

Pen-Min

Power Play 0-1/1-1

October (0-3-1; 0-1-1) 8

#11 Union

L, 1-8

1/8

0/13

18/44

1-2/1-2

14

Connecticut*

L, 0-5

0/5

0/9

47/35

2-4/4-8

0-4/1-2

15

#13 Merrimack*

L, 2-3

2/3

4/6

21/40

7-14/4-8

1-5/1-7

22

vs. #14 Colgate

T, 2-2 OT

2/2

4/3

24/33

6-12/3-6

0-3/0-6

4

at RIT*

T, 2-2 OT

2/2

3/3

28/43

6-12/8-16

0-7/0-4

5

at RIT*

L, 3-5

3/5

6/9

35/37

7-14/8-16

0-5/1-4

11

at Sacred Heart*

W, 2-1

2/1

4/1

36/24

5-10/5-10

1-5/0-5

12

Bentley*

L, 1-4

1/4

1/6

41/38

5-21/4-8

1-4/2-4

November (1-3-4; 1-3-3)

18

at AIC*

T, 3-3 OT

3/3

4/5

30/42

4-8/2-4

0-0/0-2

19

Brown

T, 1-1 OT

1/1

2/2

19/54

10-20/8-16

1-8/0-8

25

at Robert Morris*

L, 2-5

2/5

4/9

38/33

3-6/4-8

0-4/1-3

26

at Robert Morris*

T, 3-3 OT

3/3

5/4

50/42

11-22/8-16

1-4/1-7

2

Mercyhurst*

L, 1-2

1/2

1/3

38/28

6-34/7-30

0-4/0-1

3

Mercyhurst*

T, 3-3 OT

3/3

6/4

36/36

6-12/4-8

1-4/2-6

10

at Holy Cross*

L, 1-3

1/3

1/6

25/34

10-20/9-37

0-4/2-7

29

at Connecticut*!

L, 0-2

0/2

0/4

19/31

5-10//5-10

0-4/2-5

30

vs. RPI!

W, 3-2

3/2

5/4

16/31

7-14/5-10

2-4/2-6

6

Canisius*

L, 2-4

2/4

3/7

33/27

1-2/1-2

1-1/0-1

7

Canisius*

L, 1-2

1/2

2/3

36/23

3-6/8-12

0-8/0-3

13

at Niagara*

L, 1-5

1/5

2/9

39/35

5-10/7-14

1-6/1-4

14

at Niagara*

L, 0-3

0/3

0/3

29/36

4-8/4-8

0-4/0-4

20

Air Force*

T, 3-3 OT

3/3

5/3

21/30

5-10/3-6

1-3/1-5

21

Air Force*

L, 2-4

2/4

4/5

18/28

4-8/7-17

1-6/0-3

27

Bentley*

L, 2-6

2/6

2/9

27/22

4-8/6-12

0-5/0-3

28

at Bentley*

W, 3-1

3/1

6/2

27/22

4-8/6-12

1-5/0-3

4

RMC (exh)

W, 9-1

9/1

15/0

50/23

5-10/7-14

4-6/0-5

7

at Connecticut*

W, 4-2

4/2

5/1

30/15

6-12/7-14

0-4/1-3

11

Holy Cross*

L, 1-6

1/6

2/12

24/37

5-21/4-19

1-2/1-3

December (1-3-1; 0-3-1)

January (1-6-1; 1-6-1)

February (1-6-0; 1-6-0)

12

Holy Cross*

L, 2-4

2/4

4/7

30/21

9-18/10-20

2-8/1-8

17

at AIC*

L, 2-5

2/5

2/7

23/28

5-10/6-12

1-6/2-4

18

AIC*

L, 2-3

2/3

4/5

37/28

5-10/5-10

1-3/0-3

24

at Sacred Heart*

L, 3-5

3/5

5/9

27/25

6-20/4-8

0-4/2-5

25

Sacred Heart*

L, 3-5

3/5

5/7

32/22

3-6/5-10

0-5/1-3

2

at Holy Cross

L, 2-3

2/3

3/6

21/39

5-10/3-6

0-3/1-5

3

at Holy Cross

L, 2-5

2/5

4/6

22/41

6-12/3-6

1-3/2-6

65/120

108/192

997/1118

181-414/178-405

19-146/29-144

March (0-2-0; 0-2-0)

TOTALS ARMY listed first, followed by opponent

2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 61 • 2011-2 GAME-BY-GAME COMPARIOSN

ARMY’S RECORD WHEN Overall ................................................................4-23-7 Atlantic Hockey .................................................. 3-19-5 Exhibition Games ................................................ 1-0-0 Home..................................................................0-12-3 Away ................................................................... 3-11-3 at a neutral site ................................................... 1-0-1 in overtime ........................................................... 0-0-5 on national television .......................................... 0-0-1 in white jerseys .................................................... 1-6-1 in gold jerseys...................................................... 0-3-1 in black jerseys .................................................. 3-11-3 in gray jerseys ...................................................... 0-2-2 in blue jerseys ..................................................... 0-1-0 in one-goal games ............................................... 2-4-0 in two-goal games ............................................... 2-9-0 in three-goal games ............................................ 0-5-0 in four-goal games............................................... 0-3-0 in October ............................................................ 0-3-1 in November ........................................................ 1-3-4 in December ........................................................ 1-3-1 in January ............................................................ 1-6-1 in February........................................................... 1-6-0 in March ............................................................... 0-2-0 scoring power-play goal..................................... 3-10-4 allowing power-play goal ................................... 2-16-3 scoring short-handed goal .................................. 0-1-1 allowing short-handed goal ............................... 0-3-0 on Tuesdays ......................................................... 1-0-0 on Thursdays ....................................................... 0-1-0 on Fridays .......................................................... 2-10-3 on Saturdays........................................................ 1-9-4 on Saturdays (after Fri. win) ............................... 0-1-0 on Saturdays (after Fri. loss) .............................. 1-7-2 on Saturdays (after Fri. tie) ................................. 0-2-1 following a win ..................................................... 1-3-0 following a loss .................................................. 2-15-5 following a tie ...................................................... 0-5-2 vs. CCHA teams ................................................... 0-0-0 vs. ECAC Hockey teams ...................................... 1-1-1 vs. Hockey East teams ........................................ 0-1-1 vs. ranked opponents ......................................... 0-2-1 vs. teams receiving votes ................................... 0-0-0 when outshooting opp. ..................................... 3-10-2 when being outshot ..........................................1-12-5 when shots are even ........................................... 0-1-0 when scoring first ................................................ 3-5-4 when opp. scores first ....................................... 1-18-3 when leading after one ....................................... 2-2-1 when trailing after one...................................... 0-11-1 when tied after one ........................................... 2-10-5 when leading after two ...................................... 1-0-1 when trailing after two ...................................... 1-17-1 when tied after two ............................................. 2-6-5 when scoring 5+ goals ........................................ 0-0-0 when scoring 4 goals .......................................... 1-0-0 when scoring 3 goals .......................................... 2-3-4 when scoring 2 goals ........................................ 1-11-2 when scoring 1 goal ............................................ 0-7-1 when scoring 0 goals .......................................... 0-3-0 when opp. scores 5+ goals .............................. 0-11-0 when opp. scores 4 goals ................................... 0-4-0 when opp. scores 3 goals ................................... 0-6-4 when opp. scores 2 goals ................................... 2-2-2 when opp. scores 1 goal..................................... 2-0-1 when opp. scores 0 goals ................................... 0-0-0

POINTS Player ....................... GP ...............Points Mike Hull ......................34 .........................25 Andy Starczewski.........34.........................24 Danny Colvin................30.........................20 Maurice Alvarez ...........33.........................14 Marcel Alvarez .............34 .........................14 Zak Zaremba ...............34.........................11 Mark Dube ...................32.........................10 Mac Lalor .....................31 .........................10 GOALS Player ....................... GP ................ Goals Andy Starczewski.........34.........................13 Mike Hull ......................34 ........................... 8 Mark Dube ...................32........................... 6 Maurice Alvarez ...........33........................... 5 Zak Zaremba ...............34........................... 5 Kyle Maggard...............34 ........................... 5 POWER PLAY GOALS Player ....................... GP ...................PPG Andy Starczewski.........34........................... 5 Marcel Alvarez .............34 ........................... 3 Mike Hull ......................34 ........................... 3 Maurice Alvarez ...........33........................... 2 Danny Colvin................30........................... 2 SHORT-HANDED GOALS Player ....................... GP ...................SHG Mac Lalor .....................31 ........................... 1 Mark Dube ...................30........................... 1 GAME-WINNING GOALS Player ....................... GP ..................GWG Maurice Alvarez ...........33........................... 1 Brian Schultz ...............29........................... 1 Bill Day .........................34 ........................... 1 Danny Colvin................30........................... 1

ASSISTS Player ....................... GP ............ASSISTS Mike Hull ......................34 ......................... 17 Danny Colvin................30.........................20 Andy Starczewski.........34.........................11 Marcel Alvarez .............34 .........................11 Maurice Alvarez ...........33........................... 9 Zak Zaremba ...............34........................... 6 Mac Lalor .....................31 ........................... 6 Bryant Skarda .............31 ........................... 6 Bill Day .........................34 ........................... 5 Mark Dube ...................32........................... 4 PENALTIES Player ....................... GP ..........Penalties Kyle Maggard...............34 ................... 16-59 Cody Ikkala ..................30................... 25-50 Marcel Alvarez .............34 ................... 24-48 Danny Colvin................30................... 10-31 Mac Lalor .....................31 ................... 14-28 Mike Hull ......................34 ................... 13-26 Maurice Alvarez ...........33................... 13-26 Brian Schultz ...............29................... 12-24 Bryant Skarda .............31 ..................... 8-22 Alex McRae ..................34 ......................7-14 SAVE PERCENTAGE Player ....................... GP .............. Save % Rob Tadazak ................11 ..................... .908 Ryan Leets ...................26..................... .889 GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Player ....................... GP ...................GAA Rob Tadazak ................11 ..................... 3.20 Ryan Leets ...................26..................... 3.50

Players listed in italics are not returning

PLUS/MINUS Player ....................... GP ...................P/M Zak Zaremba ...............34.........................+4 Pat Ryan.......................19 .........................+1

2011-12 STATISTICS • 2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 62

2011-12 MULTIPLE POINT GAMES Player

G-A-P

Opponent

#21 Starczewski 0-2-2

vs. HC 3/3/12

#24 Colvin

0-2-2

vs. SHU, 2/25

#24 Colvin

0-2-2

at SHU, 2/24

#9 Hull

0-2-2

at SHU, 2/24

#21 Starczewski 3-0-3

at RIT, 11/5

#9 HUll

0-2-2

vs. AIC, 2/18

#9 Hull

1-1-2

vs. Holy Cross, 2/11

#21 Starczewski 1-1-2

at UConn, 2/7

#10 Zaremba

1-1-2

at UConn, 2/7

#21 Starczewski 1-1-2

at Bentley, 1/28

#24 Colvin

1-1-2

at Bentley, 1/28

#3 Richards

1-1-2

vs. Bentley, 1/27

#3 Richards

1-1-2

vs. Bentley, 1/27

#22 Skarda

0-2-2

vs. Air Force 1/21

#27 Maggard

2-0-2

vs. Air Force, 1/21

#9 Hull

1-1-2

vs. RPI, 12/30

#2 Alvarez

1-1-2

vs. Mercyhurst, 12/3

#9 Hull

1-1-2

vs. Mercyhurst, 12/3

#18 Lalor

0-2-2

vs. Mercyhurst, 12/3

#21 Starczewski 0-2-2 at Robert Morris, 11/26 #24 Colvin

1-1-2 at Robert Morris, 11/26

#9 Hull

1-1-2

vs. AIC, 11/18

#22 Skarda

0-2-2

at AIC, 11/18

#16 Alvarez

1-1-2 at Sacred Heart, 11/11

#10 Zaremba

0-2-2

#24 Colvin

0-2-2

#9 Hull

1-1-2

RYAN LEETS, BY THE NUMBERS Games Played: ................. 42 (39 starts) Career Shutouts: ...................................0 Career Best Saves: ........................... 43 ...................vs. Robert Morris, 1-21-11 Saves ...................................... # of times 0-9 ...........................................................2 (last vs. Holy Cross, 2-11-12, 7 (18:51) 10-19 ......................................................2 (last vs. Sacred Heart, 2-15-12, 17 20-29 ....................................................17 (last at Sacred Heart, 2-24-12, 20) 30-39 ....................................................17 (last vs. Holy Cross, 3-3-12, 36) 40-49 ......................................................3 (last at RIT, 11-4-11, 41)

TEAM POINTS 9 .......... 4 times, most recent 2/7/12 at UConn GOALS 4 .............................................. 2/7/12 at UConn ASSISTS 6 ...... 3 times, most recent 1/28/12 at Bentley SHOTS ON GOAL 50 ...........................at Robert Morris, 11/26/11 SAVES 53 ......................................vs. Brown, 11/19/11 PENALTY MINUTES 34 ................................vs. Mercyhurst, 12/2/11 PLAYER

ROB TADAZAK, BY THE NUMBERS

POINTS 3 ...............................#21 Starczewski, 11/5/11

Games Played: ..................11 (10 starts) Career Shutouts: ...................................0 Career Best Saves: ........................... 53 ........................... vs. Brown, 11/19/11 Saves ...................................... # of times 1-9 ...........................................................1 (last vs. Union, 10-8-11, 4 (9:38) 10-19 ......................................................0 20-29 ......................................................4 (vs. Holy Cross, 2-11-12, 28) 30-39 ......................................................5 (last at Niagara, 12-3-11, 33) 40-49 ......................................................0 50-59 ......................................................1 (last vs. Brown, 11-19-11, 53)

GOALS 3 ...............................#21 Starczewski, 11/5/11 ASSISTS 2 ..........12 times, most recent #21 Starczewski ..................................................................3/3/12 SAVES .................................................................53 ...................... #1 Tadazak vs. Brown, 11/19/11

2011-12 SPECIAL TEAMS BREAKDOWN Power Play Overall

2011-12 SCORING Army For

Against

5 on 5:

43

81

5 on 4:

18

26

at RIT, 11/5

5 on 3:

1

3

at RIT, 11/5

4 on 4:

0

1

6 on 5:

1

3

5 on 6:

0

0

4 on 5:

2

at RIT, 11/4

2011-12 GAME HIGHS

G

Att.

Pct.

19

146

13.0%

Home

10

66

15.2%

Away

7

73

9.6%

Neutral

2

7

28.6%

AHA

14

119

11.8%

GA

Att.

Pct.

Overall

29

144

79.9%

Home

10

54

81.5%

6

Away

17

78

78.2%

Penalty Kill

#15 Dube

1-1-2

at RIT, 11/4

#2 Alvarez

0-2-2

vs. Colgate, 10/22

4 on 6:

0

0

Neutral

2

12

83.3%

#12 Henderson 1-1-2

vs. Colgate, 10/22

Totals

65

120

AHA

22

105

79.0%

2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 63 • 2011-12 STATISTICS

#2 MARCEL ALVAREZ (14) 2011-12 (2) Dec. 3 vs. Mercyhurst, T 3-3 OT (G, A) Oct. 22 vs. #13 Colgate, T 2-2 OT (2A) 2010-11 (6) March 5 vs. AIC, L 3-6 (2A) Feb. 25 SACRED HEART, W 4-1 (2A) Feb. 5 UCONN, L 2-4 (2A) Jan. 21 ROBERT MORRIS, W 3-1 (G,A) Nov. 20 SACRED HEART, T 4-4 OT (G, A) Oct. 23 UCONN, L 2-3 (2A) 2009-10 (4) Feb. 5 at Holy Cross, L 3-5 (PPG, A) Jan. 8 at Sacred Heart, T 3-3 (PPG, A) Nov. 21 at Bentley, L 3-4 (2G, A) Oct. 10 vs. St. Lawrence, L 2-5 (G, A) 2008-09 (2) Jan. 17 HOLY CROSS, T 4-4 (2A) Dec. 7 at Canisius, W 4-3 (2A) #3 JOSH RICHARDS (1) 2011-12 (1) Jan. 27 vs. Bentley, L 2-6 (G, A)

#12 MIKE HENDERSON (1) 2011-12 (1) Oct. 22 vs. #14 Colgate, T 2-2 OT (2A) #13 JON BOBB None #15 MARK DUBE (7) 2011-12 (1) Nov. 4 at RIT, T 2-2 (G, A) 2010-11 (4) March 5 vs. AIC L, 3-6 (2 PPG) Feb. 25 SACRED HEART, W 4-1 (2A) Feb. 19 vs. AIC, W 4-1 (G, A) Feb. 18 AIC, W 6-4 (3G) 2008-09 (2) Feb. 27AIC, T 3-3 OT (G, A) Nov. 14 at RIT, W 5-3 (G, 2A) #16 MAURICE ALVAREZ (1) 2011-12 (1) Nov. 11 at Sacred Heart, W 2-1 (PPGG, A)

#4 CODY IKKALA None #5 JOHN CLARK (1) 2010-11 (1) Nov. 5 at UMass, W 5-2 (2A)

#17 MIKE SANTEE (2) 2010-11 (1) Feb. 18 AIC, W 6-4 (2A) 2009-10 (1) Feb. 19 at Mercyhurst, T 4-4 OT (G, A)

#8 ALEX MCRAE None #9 MIKE HULL (23) 2011-12 (7) Feb. 24 at Sacred Heart, L 3-5 (2A) Feb. 18 vs. AIC, L 2-3 (2A) Feb. 11 vs. Holy Cross, L 2-4 (G, A) Dec. 30 vs. RPI, W 3-2 (G, A) Dec. 3. vs. Mercyhurst, T 3-3 OT (G, A) Nov. 11 at AIC, T 3-3 (G, A) Nov. 4 at RIT, T 2-2 (G, A) 2010-11 (9) Feb. 19 vs. AIC, W 4-1 (4A) Feb. 18 AIC, W 6-4 (2A) Jan. 22 ROBERT MORRIS, T 2-2 OT (G, A) Jan. 21 ROBERT MORRIS, W 3-1 (G, A) Jan. 15 at Air Force, W 5-4 (3A) Dec. 10 BENTLEY, W 3-1 (2G) Nov. 27 NIAGARA, W 4-1 (2A) Nov. 19 AIC, W 9-3 (G, A) Oct. 23 UCONN, L 2-3 (2A) 2009-10 (5) Feb. 26 at AIC, W 8-6 (4A) Feb. 19 at Mercyhurst, T 4-4 OT (G, A) Nov. 28 CANISIUS, W 7-2 (3A) Nov. 20 at Bentley, W 5-1 (G, A) Nov. 13 AIC, W 2-1 (GWG, A) 2008-09 (2) Nov. 15 at RIT, L 3-6 (G, A) Nov. 29 at Dartmouth, L,4-5 OT (G,2A) #10 ZAK ZAREMBA (2) 2011-12 (2)

Feb. 7 at Connecticut, W 4-2 (G, A) Nov. 5 at RIT, L 3-5 (2A) #11 BRIAN SCHULTZ None

#18 MAC LALOR (1) 2011-12 (1) Dec. 3 vs. Mercyhurst, T 3-3 OT (2A) #19 JACK BARNES (2) 2010-11 (1) Nov. 5 at UMass, W 5-2 (2A) 2009-10 (1) Dec. 4 SACRED HEART, W 2-1 (G,A) #20 PAT RYAN None #21 ANDY STARCZEWSKI (11) 2011-12 (5) March 3 at Holy Cross, L 2-5 (2A) Feb. 7 at Connecticut, W 4-2 (G, A) Jan. 28 at Bentley, W 3-1 (G, A) Nov. 26 at Robert Morris, T 3-3 (OT) (2A) Nov. 5 at RIT, L 3-5 (3G) 2010-11 (1) Oct. 17 HOLY CROSS, L, 4-5 (OT) (3A) 2009-10 (5) Jan. 16 at Canisius, T 4-4 (2A) Dec. 5 SACRED HEART, W 4-2 (2G) Nov. 28 CANISIUS, W 7-2 (2G, A) Nov. 21 at Bentley, W 5-1 (2A) Oct. 30 at Colgate, T 4-4 (G, A)

Jan. 21 vs. Air Force L 2-4 (2A) Nov. 11 at AIC, T 3-3 (2A) 2010-11 (5) Feb. 19 vs. AIC, W 4-1 (G, A) Feb. 18 AIC, W 6-4 (G, A) Jan. 9 RIT, L, 2-5 (G, A) Nov. 19 AIC . W 9-3 (2A) Oct. 17 HOLY CROSS, L, 4-5 (OT) (2G) 2009-10 (2) Feb. 26 at AIC, W 8-6 (G, A) Nov. 28 CANISIUS, W 7-2 (G, A) 2008-09 (2) Jan. 18 HOLY CROSS, T 4-4 (2A) Dec. 7 at Canisius, W 4-3 (2A) #23 BILL DAY (1) 2011-12 (1) Jan. 27 vs. Bentley, L 2-6 (G, A) #24 DANNY COLVIN (17) 2011-12 (5) Feb. 25 vs. Sacred Heart L 3-5 (2A) Feb. 24 at Sacred Heart, L 3-5 (2A) Jan. 28 vs. Bentley, W 3-1 (G, A) Nov. 26 at Robert Morris, T 3-3 (OT) (G, A) Nov. 5 at RIT, L 3-5 (2A) 2010-11 (8) Feb. 25 SACRED HEART, W 4-1 (2A) Feb. 18 AIC, W 6-4 (2A) Feb. 5 at UConn, W 5-3 (2A) Feb. 4 UCONN, L 2-4 (2A) Dec. 10 BENTLEY, W 3-1 (2A) Nov. 27 NIAGARA, W 4-1 (3A) Nov. 20 SACRED HEART, T 4-4 (2G, A) Nov. 19 AIC, W 9-3 (2G, A) 2009-10 (3) Jan. 22 CONNECTICUT, W 5-0 (PPG, A) Dec. 4 SACRED HEART, W 2-1 (G, A) Dec. 5 SACRED HEART, W 4-2 (G, A) 2008-09 (1) Jan. 18 vs. Holy Cross, T 4-4 (2PPG) #25 CHEYNE ROCHA (3) 2010-11 (2) Feb. 5 at UConn, W 5-3 (3A) Oct. 17 HOLY CROSS, L, 4-5 (OT) (G, A) 2009-10 (1) Jan. 29 AIR FORCE, W 4-2 (2A) #26 BRET LARSON None #27 KYLE MAGGARD (5) 2011-12 (1) Jan. 21 vs. Air Force, L 2-4 (2G) 2009-10 (3) Feb. 19 at Mercyhurst, T 4-4 OT (2A) Jan. 22 CONNECTICUT, W 5-0 (G, 2A) Dec. 4 SACRED HEART, W 2-1 (2A) 2008-09 (1) Nov. 29 at Dartmouth, L 4-5 OT (G, A)

#22 BRYANT SKARDA (11) 2011-12 (2)

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#2 MARCEL ALVAREZ

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG GWG 2008-09 36 1 15 16 1 0 0 2009-10 36 6 14 20 6 0 0 2010-11 35 4 19 23 3 0 1 2011-12 34 3 11 14 3 0 0 Career 141 14 59 73 13 0 1 Multiple Point Games: 14, most recent 12-3-11 vs. Mercyhurst (G, A) Career Highs: Goals: 2, 11-21-09 at Bentley (2 PPG) Assists: 2, seven times, most recent 10-22-11 vs. #14 Colgate Points: 3, 11-21-09 at Bentley (2 PPG, A) CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG GWG 2008-09 28 1 14 15 1 0 0 2009-10 28 4 11 15 4 0 0 2010-11 27 2 15 17 1 0 1 2011-12 27 2 7 9 2 0 0 Career 111 9 47 56 8 0 1

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG 2011-12 20 1 1 2 0 Multiple Point Games: 0 Career Highs: Goals: 1, 1-27-12 vs. Bentley, L 2-6 Assists: 1, 1-27-12 vs. Bentley, L 2-6 Points: 2, 1-27-12 vs. Bentley, L 2-6 (G, A) CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG 2011-12 16 1 1 2 0

SHG 0

GWG 0

SHG 0

GWG 0

#5 JOHN CLARK

#4 CODY IKKALA

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG 2009-10 19 1 1 2 0 2010-11 20 0 2 2 0 2011-12 30 0 2 2 0 Career 69 1 5 6 0 Multiple Point Games: 0 Career Highs: Goals: 1, 2-13-10 vs. RIT Assists: 1, five times, most recent, 1-21-12 vs. Air Force Points: 1, sx times, most recent, 1-21-12 vs. Air Force CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG 2009-10 15 1 0 1 0 2010-11 13 0 1 1 0 2011-12 24 0 2 2 0 Career 52 1 3 4 0

#3 JOSH RICHARDS

SHG 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0 0

SHG 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0 0

#9 MIKE HULL

#8 ALEX MCRAE

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG 2008-09 18 1 1 2 0 0 2009-10 17 1 2 3 0 0 2010-11 4 0 0 0 0 0 2011-12 34 0 2 2 0 0 Career 73 2 5 7 0 0 Multiple Point Games: 0 Career Highs: Goals: 1, twice, 2-26-10 at AIC; 12-7-08 at Canisius Assists: 1, five times, most recent, 10-22-11 vs. #14 Colgate Points: 1, seven times, most recent, 10-22-11 vs. #14 Colgate CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG 2008-09 14 1 0 1 0 0 2009-10 13 1 2 3 0 0 2010-11 2 0 0 0 0 0 2011-12 27 0 0 0 0 0 Career 56 2 2 4 0 0

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG 2009-10 36 0 7 7 0 0 2010-11 34 0 5 5 0 0 2011-12 26 0 2 2 0 0 Career 96 0 14 14 0 0 Multiple Point Games: 1, 11-5-10 at UMass, W 5-2 (2A) Career Highs: Goals: n/a Assists: 2, 11-5-10 at UMass, W 5-2 Points: 2, 11-5-10 at UMass, W 5-2 (2A) CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG 2009-10 28 0 5 5 0 0 2010-11 26 0 2 1 0 0 2011-12 21 0 2 2 0 0 Career 75 0 9 9 0 0

GWG 0 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0 0

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG GWG 2008-09 33 5 12 17 0 0 0 2009-10 36 8 20 28 1 2 1 2010-11 32 8 21 29 3 0 1 2011-12 34 8 17 25 3 0 0 Career 135 29 70 99 5 2 2 Multiple Point Games: 23, most recent 2-25-12 at Sacred Heart (2A) Career Highs: Goals: 2, 12-10-10 vs. Bentley Assists: 4, twice, 2-19-11 vs. AIC; 2-26-10 at AIC Points: 4, twice, 2-19-11 vs. AIC (4A); 2-26-10 at AIC (4A) CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG GWG 2008-09 26 4 10 14 0 0 0 2009-10 28 6 17 23 1 0 1 2010-11 25 8 18 26 3 0 1 2011-12 27 5 13 18 2 0 0 Career 107 24 58 82 6 0 2

2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY • PAGE 65 • 2011-12 STATISTICS

#10 ZAK ZAREMBA

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG GWG 2011-12 34 5 6 11 0 0 0 Multiple Point Games: 2, 2-7-12 at Connecticut (G, A); 11-5-11 at RIT (2A) Career Highs: Goals: 1, five times, most recent 2-25-12 vs. Sacred Heart Assists: 2 at RIT, 11-5-11 Points: 2 at RIT, 11-5-11 CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG GWG 2011-12 27 4 5 9 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0

#15 MARK DUBE

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG 2008-09 22 5 3 8 1 0 2009-10 35 1 2 3 0 0 2010-11 33 13 4 17 6 1 2011-12 32 6 4 10 1 1 Career 122 25 13 38 8 2 Multiple Point Games: 7, most recent 11-4-11 at RIT (G, A) Career Highs: Goals: 3, 2-18-11 vs. AIC (natural hat trick, second period) Assists: 2, twice, 2-25-11 vs. Sacred Heart, 11-14-08 at RIT Points: 3, twice, 2-18-11 vs. AIC (3G); 11-14-08 at RIT (G, 2A) CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG 2008-09 17 4 3 7 0 0 2009-10 27 1 2 3 0 0 2010-11 26 7 4 11 4 0 2011-12 26 5 4 9 0 1 Career 96 17 13 30 4 1

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG 2010-11 32 1 2 3 0 0 2011-12 29 1 2 3 0 0 Career 61 2 4 6 0 0 Multiple Point Games: 0 Career Highs: Goals: 1, vs. 12-30-11 vs. RPI; 2-18-11 vs. AIC Assists: 1 vs. four times, most recent, 12-2-11 vs. Mercyhurst Points: 1, six times, most recent 12-30-11 vs. RPI (GWG) CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG 2010-11 26 1 2 3 0 0 2011-12 22 0 2 2 0 0 Career 48 1 4 5 0 0

GWG 0 1 1

GWG 0 0 0

#13 JON BOBB

#12 MIKE HENDERSON

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG 2010-11 26 3 1 4 2 0 2011-12 32 4 2 6 0 0 Career 58 7 3 10 2 0 Multiple Point Games: 1, 10-22-11 vs. #14 Colgate (G, A) Career Highs: Goals: 1, seven times, most recent 1-6-12 vs. Canisius Assists: 1, three times, most recent 11-25-11 at Robert Morris Points: 2, 10-22-11 vs. #14 Colgate CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG 2010-11 20 1 1 2 1 0 2011-12 25 2 1 3 0 0 Career 45 3 2 5 1 0

#11 BRIAN SCHULTZ

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG 2009-10 4 0 0 0 0 2010-11 3 0 0 0 0 2011-12 15 0 1 1 0 Career 22 0 1 1 0 Multiple Point Games: 0 Career Highs: Goals: n/a Assists: 1 vs. Mercyhurst, 12-3-11 Points: 1 vs. Mercyhurst, 12-3-11 (A) CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG 2009-10 2 0 0 0 0 2010-11 2 0 0 0 0 2011-12 12 0 1 1 0 Career 16 0 1 1 0

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#16 MAURICE ALVAREZ

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CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG 2011-12 33 5 9 14 2 0 Multiple Point Games: 1, 11/11/11 at Sacred Heart (PPG, A) Career Highs: Goals: 1 five times, most recent 2/17/12 at AIC Assists: 1, nine times, most recent 3/3/12 vs. Holy Cross Points: 2 11/11/11 at Sacred Heart CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG 2011-12 26 5 6 11 2 0

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#19 JACK BARNES

#18 MAC LALOR

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG 2011-12 31 4 6 10 1 1 Multiple Point Games: 1 12/3/11 vs. Mercyhurst (2A) Career Highs: Goals: 1, five times, most recent 2-25-12 vs. Sacred Heart Assists: 2 12/3/11 vs. Mercyhurst Points: 2 12/3/11 vs. Mercyhurst CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG 2011-12 26 4 4 8 1 1

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#20 PAT RYAN

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG 2009-10 1 0 0 0 0 2010-11 2 0 0 0 0 2011-12 19 1 0 1 0 Career 22 1 0 1 0 Multiple Point Games: 0 Career Highs: Goals: 1 2/25/12 vs. Sacred Heart Assists: n/a Points: 1 2/25/12 vs. Sacred Heart CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG 2009-10 0 0 0 0 0 2010-11 2 0 0 0 0 2011-12 16 1 0 1 0 Career 18 1 0 1 0

#22 BRYANT SKARDA

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CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG GWG 2008-09 33 4 10 14 1 0 0 2009-10 34 7 6 13 1 0 0 2010-11 33 7 9 16 1 0 2 2011-12 31 3 6 9 1 0 0 Career 131 21 31 52 4 0 2 Multiple Point Games: 11, most recent, 1-21-12 vs. Air Force (2A) Career Highs: Goals: 2 vs. Holy Cross, 10-17-10 Assists: 2, fives times, most recent vs. Air Force, 1-21-12 Points: 2, 11 times, most recent vs. Air Force, 1-21-12 CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG GWG 2008-09 26 3 9 12 1 0 0 2009-10 28 4 5 9 1 0 0 2010-11 26 6 7 13 1 0 2 2011-12 26 2 6 8 1 0 0 Career 106 15 27 42 4 0 2

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG GWG 2008-09 8 1 0 1 0 0 0 2009-10 19 1 2 3 0 0 0 2010-11 20 0 3 3 0 0 0 2011-12 28 0 0 0 0 0 0 Career 75 2 5 7 0 0 0 Multiple Point Games: 2, 11-5-10 at UMass; 12-4-09 vs. Sacred Heart Career Highs: Goals: 1, 12-4-09 vs. Sacred Heart; 11-21-08 at Mercyhurst Assists: 2, 11-5-10 at UMass Points: 2, 11-5-10 at UMass (2A); 12-4-09 vs. Sacred Heart (G, A) CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG GWG 2008-09 6 1 0 1 0 0 0 2009-10 16 1 2 3 0 0 0 2010-11 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 2011-12 22 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 57 2 2 4 0 0 0

#21 ANDY STARCZEWSKI

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG GWG 2009-10 35 8 9 17 3 0 2 2010-11 30 7 5 12 4 0 1 2011-12 34 13 11 24 5 0 0 Career 99 28 25 53 12 0 3 Multiple Point Games: 11, most recent 3-3-12 at Holy Cross (2A) Career Highs: Goals: 3, 11-5-11 at RIT Assists: 3, 10-17-10 vs. Holy Cross Points: 3, three times, most recent 11-5-11 at RIT (3G) CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG GWG 2009-10 28 6 8 14 2 0 2 2010-11 26 6 5 11 2 0 1 2011-12 27 10 8 18 3 0 0 Career 79 22 20 42 6 0 3

#23 BILL DAY

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG 2008-09 25 0 1 1 0 2009-10 20 2 1 3 0 2010-11 30 2 2 4 0 2011-12 34 2 5 7 0 Career 109 6 9 15 0 Multiple Point Games: 1, 1-27-12 vs. Bentley (G,A) Career Highs: Goals: 1, six times, most recent 2-7-12 at Connecticut Assists: 1, nine times, most recent, 3-2-12 at Holy Cross Points: 2, 1-27-12 vs. Bentley CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG 2008-09 20 0 0 0 0 2009-10 16 1 1 2 0 2010-11 21 1 2 3 0 2011-12 27 2 4 6 0 Career 84 4 7 11 0

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#24 DANNY COLVIN

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG GWG 2008-09 28 4 7 11 4 0 0 2009-10 36 6 12 18 2 0 2 2010-11 35 9 22 31 3 0 1 2011-12 30 4 16 20 2 0 1 Career 129 23 57 80 11 0 4 Multiple Point Games: 17, most recent 2-25-12 vs. Sacred Heart (2A) Career Highs: Goals: 2, three times, most recent 11-20-10 vs. Sacred Hearrt Assists: 3, 11-27-10 vs. Niagara Points: 3, three times, most recent 11-27-10 vs. Niagara CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG GWG 2008-09 22 4 6 10 4 0 0 2009-10 28 6 11 17 1 0 2 2010-11 27 8 20 28 3 0 1 2011-12 24 4 14 18 2 0 1 Career 101 22 51 73 10 0 4

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CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG 2008-09 31 5 5 10 1 0 2009-10 36 6 12 18 0 1 2010-11 25 1 0 1 0 0 2011-12 34 5 3 8 1 0 Career 126 17 20 37 2 1 Multiple Point Games: 5, most recent, 1-21-12 vs. Air Force (2) Career Highs: Goals: 2, 11-21-12 vs. Air Force Assists: 2, three times, most recent, 2-19-10 at Mercyhurst Points: 3, 1-22-10 vs. Connecticut (G, 2A) CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG 2008-09 23 4 3 7 1 0 2009-10 28 6 10 16 0 1 2010-11 22 1 0 1 0 0 2011-12 27 4 3 7 1 0 Totals 100 15 16 31 2 1

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#30 RYAN LEETS

#1 ROB TADAZAK

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM Min. GA GAA SV Pct. 2011-12 11 599:38 32 3.20 317 .908 Career Shots Faced: 349 Career-Best Saves: 53, vs. Brown, 11-19-11 Career Shutouts: n/a CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM Min. GA GAA SV Pct. 2011-12 8 466:37 27 3.47 223 .892

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG 2009-10 36 1 5 6 0 0 2010-11 35 2 6 8 1 0 2011-12 10 0 1 1 0 0 Career 81 3 12 15 1 0 Multiple Point Games: 3, most recent, 2-5-11 at UConn (3A) Career Highs: Goals: 1, three times, most recent 2-25-11 vs. Sacred Heart Assists: 3, 2-5-11 at UConn (3A) Points: 3, 2-5-11 at UConn (3A) CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG 2009-10 28 1 4 5 0 0 2010-11 27 2 6 8 1 0 2011-12 6 0 1 1 0 0 Career 59 3 11 14 1 0

#27 KYLE MAGGARD

#26 BRET LARSON

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG 2008-09 11 0 1 1 0 0 2009-10 2 0 0 0 0 0 2010-11 6 0 2 2 0 0 2011-12 6 0 0 0 0 0 Career 25 0 3 3 0 0 Multiple Point Games: 0 Career Highs: Goals: n/a Assists: 1, three times, most recent 2-25-11 vs. Sacred Heart Points: 1, three times, most recent 2-25-11 vs. Sacred Heart (A) CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG 2008-09 9 0 1 1 0 0 2009-10 0 0 0 0 0 0 2010-11 6 0 2 2 0 0 2011-12 4 0 0 0 0 0 Career 19 0 3 3 0 0

#25 CHEYNE ROCHA

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CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS Year GM Min. GA GAA SV Pct. 2009-10 1 18:31 1 3.24 7 .875 2010-11 15 887:24 43 2.91 467 .916 2011-12 26 1457:37 86 3.50 681 .889 Career 42 2363:32 130 3.30 1155 .899 Career Shots Faced: 1285 (Freshman: 8; Sophomore: 510; Junior: 767) Career-Best Saves: 43 vs. Robert Morris, 1-21-11 Career Shutouts: n/a CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM Min. GA GAA SV Pct. 2009-10 0 00:00 0 0 0 0 2010-11 11 653:00 30 2.76 354 .922 2011-12 21 1163:37 67 3.45 517 .885 Career 32 1816:37 97 3.20 871 .899

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ARMY HOCKEY -- THE LAST TIME Army scored eight goals.................................................2-26-10 at AIC (8-6, win) Army scored nine goals: ........................................... 11-20-10, vs. AIC (9-3, win) Army scored 10 goals: .......................................2-26-00, vs. Findlay (10-6, win) Army scored 11 goals: ..................................... 2-14-98, vs. Fairfield (11-2, win) Army scored 12 goals: ..................................... 2-25-95, vs. Fairfield (12-3, win) Army scored 13 goals: ............................................1-17-97, vs. Iona (13-3, win) Army scored 14 goals: ...................................... 1-29-99, vs. Nichols (14-1, win) Army scored 15 goals: ...................................... 1-19-85, vs. Buffalo (15-2, win) Army scored 16 goals: ............................2-16-84, vs. American Int’l (16-3, win) Army scored 17 goals: ................................10-29-82, vs. Kent State (17-3, win) Army scored 18 goals: .....................February 1944, vs. Penn State (18-3, win) an opponent scored nine goals: ............................ 3-6-04, vs. UConn (9-6, loss) an opponent scored 10 goals: ......................12-28-91, vs. Colgate (10-3, loss) an opponent scored 11 goals: ....................12-27-91, vs. Clarkson (11-1, loss) an opponent scored 12 goals: ..............2-23-96, vs. UMass-Lowell (12-3, loss) an opponent scored 13 goals: .......................... 2-17-79, vs. Elmira (13-2, loss) an opponent scored 14 goals: ............... 2-26-55, vs. St. Lawrence (14-1, loss) an opponent scored 15 goals: ............................ 1-3-92, vs. Maine (15-5, loss) an opponent scored 17 goals: ...................... 2-25-55, vs. Clarkson (17-0, loss) an Army player scored three goals: . 11-5-11 at RIT (Andy Starczewski) an Army player scored four goals: .............11-6-99, vs. Bentley (Mike Fairman) an Army player scored five goals: .....................2-7-76, vs. RMC (Larry Pallotta) an Army player scored six goals: ............. 2-16-74, vs. New Haven (George Clark) an Army player scored seven goals: ..........2-5-75, vs. Wesleyan (George Clark) an Army player had three assists: ...................2-5-11 at UConn (Cheyne Rocha) an Army player had four assists: ...............................2-19-11, at AIC (Mike Hull) an Army player had five assists: ................ 11-16-07, vs. Bentley (Owen Meyer) an Army player had six assists: ....................... 1-19-85, vs. Buffalo (Bob Dwan) an Army player had seven assists: .....................1-12-80, vs. Bryant (Tom Rost) an Army player had four points: ...............2-5-11 at UConn (C. Omilusik, 3G, A) an Army player had five points: ..............11-16-07, vs. Bentley (Hollweg, Meyer) an Army player had six points: ........................... 2-4-93, vs. Fairfield (Ian Winer) an Army player had seven points: ............ 12-1-76, vs. SUNY Plattsburgh (Dave Rost) an Army player had nine points: ......................12-17-76, vs. Bryant (Dave Rost) an Army goalie made 30-39 saves:..........................................3-3-12 vs. Holy Cross .............................................................................................................................(Leets, 36) an Army goalie made 40-44 saves: ..................................11-4-11 at RIT (Leets, 41) an Army goalie made 45-49 saves: ...............12-11-10, vs. #13 Union (Jay Clark, 47) an Army goalie made 50-59 saves: ......................................11-19-11, vs. Brown .................................................................................................................. (Tadazak, 53) an Army goalie made at least 60 saves: ...................2-27-59, vs. Northeastern ....................................................................................................(Larry Palmer, 63) an Army team took 40-49 shots on goal: ......................................................... 48 ................................................................................................ 1-9-11 vs. RIT, L 5-2 an Army team took 50-59 shots on goal: ............................................. 50 ...........................................................11-26-11 at Robert Morris, T, 3-3 OT an Army team took 60-69 shots on goal: ................... 1-29-99, vs. Nichols (60) an Army team took 70-74 shots on goal: ..................2-20-96, vs. Scranton (71) an Army team took at least 75 shots in a game: ........1-28-84, vs. Buffalo (76) an opponent took 40-49 shots on goal: .. 11-18-11 at AIC, T, 3-3 OT (42) an opponent took 50-59 shots on goal: 11-19-11 vs. Brown, 3-3 OT (54) an opponent took at least 60 shots on goal: .......2-27-59, vs. Northeastern (66) Army held an opponent to 10 shots on goal: ........... 1-20-06, vs. Canisius (10) Army was held under 10 shots on goal: ..............10-27-06, vs. Notre Dame (7) an Army goaltender was credited with an assist:........................................................... .......................................................................................11-5-11 at Sacred Heart (Tadazak) an Army goaltender scored a goal: .......... 2-16-01, vs. Sacred Heart (Hamilton) Army shut out an opponent: ........................................ 01-22-10 vs. UConn (5-0) Army was shut out by an opponent: ........ 12-29-11 vs. Connecticut (2-0)

Army won in overtime:..........................................01-07-06, vs. Mercyhurst (3-2) Army lost in overtime: .............................. 12-30-10 vs. #17 Merrimack (2-1 OT) Army tied in overtime: ..................................... 1-20-12 vs. Air Force (3-3) Army won when trailing after two periods of play: ................................................................. 2-5-11 at UConn (5-3 win -- trailed 1-0) Army swept a weekend series: ............................. 2/18-19/11 vs. AIC (6-4, 4-1) Army won when trailing by three goals: ................................... 02-03-01 vs. Iona ...................................................................... (6-5 win – trailed 3-0 in first period) Army won when trailing by four goals: ...............02-25-86 vs. SUNY Plattsburgh .......................................................................(6-5 OT win – trailed 5-1 in second) Army erased a four-goal deficit: .........................................12-08-01 vs. Air Force ........................................................................... (5-4 loss – trailed 4-0 in second) Army and its opponent both played a penalty-free game: ................... 01-04-02 .....................................................................................vs. Connecticut (3-3 OT tie) an Army player recorded a hat trick: ............Andy Starczewski, 11-5-11 ............................................................................................ at RIT (3-5 loss) an Army player recorded a natural hat trick: .......................Mark Dube, 2-18-11 ....................................... vs. AIC UConn (3 goals in second period of 6-4 victory) an Army player registered successive hat tricks: .....................Andy Lundbohm, .......................................01-10-98 vs. Villanova (3); 1-13-98 vs. Connecticut (3) Army players registered successive hat tricks: ..Owen Meyer, 11-10-07 vs. AIC ......................................................... (3); Bryce Hollweg, 11-16-07 vs. Bentley (3) two Army players registered hat tricks in the same game: .... Kevin Keenan (3) ..................................................Matt Wilson (3), at Buffalo (15-2 win), 01-19-85 three Army players registered hat tricks in the same game: ............................................... Pete Dawkins (4), John Farrell (4), Ted Crowley (3) ............................................................................vs. Colgate (14-1 win), 02-14-59 an Army player recorded a hat trick in his first collegiate game: ............................................................Bucky Burleigh, 01-30-99 vs. Scranton (3) an Army player recorded a play-maker (three assists): ...............................................................Cheyne Rocha, 2-5-11 at UConn (5-3 W) an Army player scored a short-handed goal: ............................ 1-20-12, Mark Dube vs. Air Force (16:21 of 3rd period) an Army player scored an empty-net goal: ....................2-7-12, Kyle Maggard vs. Connecticut (19:16 of 3rd period) an Army player scored an extra-skater goal: .................Mike Henderson vs. Mercyhurst, 12-3-11 (4:35 of 1st period) an Army player attempted a penalty shot: ......................................Kyle Maggard, 2-11-12 vs. Holy Cross, goalie Matt Ginn ................................................................................ (18:24 of third period - saved) an opponent attempted a penalty shot: ............................................................ Stevan Matic (RIT), 11-24-07 vs. Jay Clark .....................................................................................(00:17 of overtime - saved) Army scored four unanswered goals:....................2-19-08 at S. Heart (6-1, win) Army scored five unanswered goals: .....................1-22-10 vs. UConn (5-0, win) Army scored six unanswered goals: .......................... 2-2-08 vs. UConn (6-0 win) Army scored seven unanswered goals: ............. 11-17-00 vs. Bentley (9-2, win) Army scored eight unanswered goals: .......... 01-28-00 vs. Scranton (10-1, win) Army scored nine unanswered goals: ........... 12-3-99 vs. Assumption (9-0, win) Army scored 10 unanswered goals: ....................2-17-98 vs. Nichols (10-0, win) Army scored 11 unanswered goals:.............. 01-31-98 vs. Scranton (11-0, win) an opponent scored four unanswered goals: ........................................................................ 11-12-10 at Mercyhurst (4-0, loss) an opponent scored five unanswered goals: .................................................................10-14-11 Connecticut (5-0, loss) an opponent scored six unanswered goals: ...... 1-30-09 vs. Bentley (6-0, loss) an opponent scored seven unanswered goals: 3-9-03 vs. Quinnipiac (7-0, loss) an opponent scored eight unanswered goals: .............................10-8-11 ............................................................................... vs. #11 Union (8-1 loss)

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Game #1 (10-8-11) #11 Union 8, Army 1 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. #11 UNION 8, ARMY 1 UNION 3-3-2--8 ARMY 1-0-0--1 First Period: ARMY - Zaremba (unassisted), 2:32 UNION - Hatch (Simpson), 12:07 UNION - Sullivan (Bodie, Yanovitch), 14:38 UNION - Novak (Ikkala, Coatta), 18:17 Second Period: UNION - Simpson (Zajac), 11:18 UNION - Novak (Coatta, Ikkala), 15:47 UNION - Coburn (Bodie, Gostisbehere), PP, 18:38 Third Period: UNION - Simpson (Hatch), 10:22 UNION - Simpson (Hatch, Zajac), 16:12 Shots: Union 44 (16-14-14); Army 18 (4-8-6) Saves: Union 17 (Grosenick, 60:00, 3-8-6); Army36 (Leets, 50:09, 13-11-8; Tadazak, 9:38, 0-0-4; empty net, 00:13) Power Plays: Union 1-1; Army 0-1 Penalties: Union 1-2; Army 1-2 Attendance: 1,439 Game #2 (10-14-11) Connecticut 5, Army 0 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. CONNECTICUT 5, ARMY 0 UCONN 0-3-2--5 ARMY 0-0-0--0 First Period: None. Second Period: UCONN -- Harris (Schneider, Ambrosie), 00:21 UCONN - Schneider (Janosz, Harris), 3:51 UCONN - Sharib (Jendras, Winter), 8:33 Third Period: UCONN - Schneider (Harris), 4:10 UCONN - Sims (Latta, Encarnacao), PP, 18:32 Shots: UConn 35 (12-14-9); Army 47 (16-17-14) Saves: UConn 47 (Bartus, 60:00, 16-17-14); Army 30 (Leets, 60:00, 12-11-7) Power Plays: UConn 1-2; Army 0-4 Penalties: UConn 4-8; Army 2-4 Attendance: 1,375 Game #3 (10-15-11) #13 Merrimack 3, Army 2 Lawler Arena, North Andover, Mass. #13 MERRIMACK 3, ARMY 2 ARMY 1-0-1--2 MERRIMACK 1-0-2--3 First Period: ARMY - Starczewski (Alvarez, Hull), PP, 10:54 MER - Stollery (Heffernan, Bly), 18:02 Second Period: None. Third Period: MER - Flanigan (Bates, Heywood) PP, 1:04 MER - Heffernan (Brodhaug, Bly), 7:32 ARMY - Henderson (Zaremba, McRae), 7:56 Shots: Army 21 (6-2-13); Merrimack 40 (9-19-12) Saves: Army 37 (Tadazak, 58:28, 8-19-10; empty net, 1:32); Merrimack 19 (Cannata, 59:54, 5-2-12; empty net, 00:06) Power Plays: Army, 1-5; Merrimack, 1-7 Penalties: Army 7-14; Merrimack, 4-8 Attendance: 2,489

Game #4 (10-22-11) Army 2, #14 Colgate 2 (OT) Cape Cod Classic Hyannis Youth & Community Center, Hyannis, Mass. ARMY 2, #14 COLGATE 2 (OT) ARMY 0-2-0-0--2 COLGATE 0-0-2-0--2 First Period: None. Second Period: ARMY – Maggard (Henderson, Marcel Alvarez), 11:56 ARMY – Henderson (McRae, Marcel Alvarez, 16:11 Third Period: COLGATE – Smith (Wilson), 00:56 COLGATE – Smith (Larkin, Sinz), 4:15 Overtime: None. Shots: Army 24 (6-13-4-1); Colgate 33 (12-9-12-0) Saves: Army 31 (Leets, 64:45, 12-9-10-0; empty net 00:15); Colgate 22 (Evin, 65:00, 6-11-4-1) Power Plays: Army 0-3; Colgate, 0-6 Penalties: Army 6-12; Colgate, 3-6 Attendance: 1,380 Game #5 (11-4-11) Army 2, RIT 2 (OT) Ritter Arena, Rochester, N.Y. ARMY 2, RIT 2 (OT) ARMY 0-0-2-0—2 RIT 0-2-0-0—2 First Period: None. Second Period: RIT – McGowan (Garbowsky), 17:28 RIT – Cornacchia (Thompson, Lynch), 17:49 Third Period: ARMY – Dube (Skarda, Hull), 00:26 ARMY – Hull (Dube), 11:42 Overtime: None. Shots: Army 28 (4-7-17-0); RIT 43 (13-20-8-2) Saves: Army 41 (Leets, 64:36, 13-18-8-2; empty net, 00:24); RIT 26 (Watson, 64:45, 4-7-15-0; empty net, 00:15) Power Plays: Army 0-7; RIT, 0-4 Penalties: Army 6-12; RIT, 8-16 Attendance: 1,851 Game #6 (11-5-11) RIT 5, Army 3 Ritter Arena, Rochester, N.Y. RIT 5, ARMY 3 ARMY 1-2-0--3 RIT 1-2-2--5 First Period: RIT - Hartley (Cornacchia, Haltigin), 7:15 ARMY - Starczewski (Day, Tadazak), 17:25 Second Period: ARMY - Starczewski (Colvin, Zaremba), 1:18 ARMY - Starczewski (Colvin, Zaremba), 5:30 RIT - Cornacchia (Haltigin), SH, 11:33 RIT - Burt (Colavecchia, Mitchell), 13:46 Third Period: RIT - Haltigin (Lynch, Hartley), PP, 1:18 RIT - McGowan (McReynolds, Garbowsky), 12:01

Game #7 (11-11-11) Army 2, Sacred Heart 1 Milford Ice Pavilion, Milford, Conn. ARMY 2, SACRED HEART 1 ARMY 0-1-1—2 SACRED HEART 0-0-1—1 First Period: None. Second Period: ARMY – Zaremba (Maurice Alvarez, Colvin), 14:02 Third Period: ARMY – Maurice Alvarez (Marcel Alvarez, Starczewski), PP, 7:03 SHU – DeLong (Ciccarello), 8:11 Shots: Army 36 (17-11-8); Sacred Heart 24 (7-10-7) Saves: Army 23 (Leets, 60:00, 7-10-6); Sacred Heart 34 (Legatto, 58:26, 17-10-7; empty net, 1:34) Power Plays: Army, 1-5; Sacred Heart, 0-5 Penalties: Army 5-10; Sacred Heart, 5-10 Attendance: 507 Game #8 (11-12-11) Bentley 4, Army 1 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. BENTLEY 4, ARMY 1 BENTLEY 1-0-3—4 ARMY 1-0-0—1 First Period: BENTLEY – Rickord (Grieve, Breton), 10:10 ARMY – Skarda (Lalor), PP, 15:38 Second Period: None. Third Period: BENTLEY – Maher (Gensler), PP, 5:45 BENTLEY – Kubiak (Switzer), 12:16 BENTLEY – Breton (Switzer, Rickord), PP, 14:50 Shots: Bentley 38 (7-13-18); Army 41 (12-15-14) Saves: Bentley 40 (Komm, 60:00, 11-15-14); Army 34 (Leets, 59:47, 6-13-15; empty net 00:13) Power Plays: Bentley, 2-4; Army 1-4 Penalties: Bentley, 4-8; Army 5-21 Attendance: 1,304 Game #9 (11-18-11) Army 3, AIC 3 (OT) Olympia Ice Center, West Springfield, Mass. ARMY 3, AIC 3 (OT) ARMY 0-2-1-0—3 AIC 2-0-1-0—3 First Period: AIC – Nielsson (Cassiday, Grasso), 5:52 AIC – Pleskach (Markiewicz, Peake), 19:17 Second Period: ARMY – Starczewski (unassisted), 12:48 ARMY – Maurice Alvarez (Skarda, Hull), 16:44 Third Period: AIC – Mele (Leitner), 7:08 ARMY – Hull (Skarda, Rocha), 12:53 Overtime: None. Shots: Army 30 (8-13-7-2); AIC 42 (18-9-11-4) Saves: Army 39 (Leets, 65:00, 16-9-10-4); AIC 27 (Meisner, 64:50, 8-11-6-2; empty net, 00:10) Power Plays: Army, 0-0; AIC, 0-2 Penalties: Army, 4-8; AIC, 2-4 Attendance: 273

Shots: Army 35 (8-11-16); RIT 37 (17-11-9) Saves: Army 32 (Tadazak, 60:00, 16-9-7); RIT 32 (Ruby, 60:00, 7-9-16) Power Plays: Army 0-5; RIT, 1-4 Penalties: Army 7-14; RIT, 8-16 Attendance: 2,100

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Game #10 (11-19-11) Army 1, Brown 1 (OT) Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. ARMY 1, BROWN 1 (OT) BROWN 0-1-0-0—1 ARMY 0-1-0-0—1 First Period: None. Second Period: BROWN – Farnham (Maclellan, Wahl), 9:52 ARMY – Starczewski (Maurice Alvarez, Colvin), PP, 15:28 Third Period: None. Overtime: None. Shots: Brown 54 (15-18-16-5); Army 19 (4-7-7-1) Saves: Brown 18 (Clemente, 65:00, 4-6-7-1); Army 53 (Tadazak, 64:55, 15-17-16-5; empty net, 00:05) Power Plays: Brown, 0-8; Army, 1-9 Penalties: Brown, 8-16; Army, 10-20 Attendance: 1,791 Game #11 (11-25-11) Robert Morris 5, Army 2 Island Sports Complex, Moon Twp., Pa. ROBERT MORRIS 5, ARMY 2 ARMY 1-1-0—2 ROBERT MORRIS 2-3-0—5 First Period: RMU – Chiavetta (Jacklin), 9:23 ARMY – Lalor (Henderson, Schultz), 10:38 RMU – Cartier (South, Geerin), PP, 18:49 Second Period: RMU – Wydo (Jones, Chiavetta),11:04 ARMY – Hull (Dube, Skarda), 12:33 RMU – Jacklin (Jamison, South), 13:49 RMU – Crichton (Wydo, Jones), 14:56 Third Period: None. Shots: Army 38 (12-16-10); Robert Morris 33 (18-12-3) Saves: Army 28 (Leets, 59:24, 16-9-3; empty net, 00:36); Robert Morris 36 (Ostergard, 59:56, 11-15-10; empty net, 00:04) Power Plays: Army, 0-4; Robert Morris, 1-3 Penalties: Army, 3-6; Robert Morris, 4-8 Attendance: 913 Game #12 (11-26-11) Army 3, Robert Morris 3 (OT) Island Sports Complex, Moon Twp., Pa. ARMY 3, ROBERT MORRIS 3 (OT) ARMY 2-0-1-0—3 ROBERT MORRIS 2-0-1-0—3 First Period: ARMY – Colvin (Starczewski, Ikkala), 1:29 RMU – South (Lyle, Brace), PP, 9:21 ARMY – Lalor (Colvin, Starczewski), PP, 17:01 RMU – Jacklin (Cartier), 19:45 Second Period: None. Third Period: ARMY – Maurice Alvarez (Dube), 2:52 RMU – Crichton (Wydo), 3:40 Overtime: None Shots: Army 50 (18-10-18-4); Robert Morris 42 (15-912-6) Saves: Army 39 (Tadazak, 64:56, 13-9-11-6; empty net, 00:04); Robert Morris 47 (Ostergard, 65:00, 16-10-17-4) Power Plays: Army, 1-4; Robert Morris, 1-7 Penalties: Army, 11-22; Robert Morris, 8-16 Attendance: 1,044

Game #13 (12-2-11) Mercyhurst 2, Army 1 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. MERCYHURST 2, ARMY 1 MERCYHURST 2-0-0—2 ARMY 0-0-1—1 First Period: MH – Nagtzaam (Bodo), 14:21 MH – Zay (Noble, Misiak), 14:54 Second Period: None. Third Period: ARMY – Maurice Alvarez (Brian Schultz), 14:15 Shots: Mercyhurst 28 (8-15-5); Army 38 (11-12-15) Saves: Mercyhurst 37 (Strang, 60:00, 11-12-14); Army 26 (Leets, 58:30, 6-15-5) Power Plays: Mercyhurst, 0-1; Army, 0-4 Penalties: Mercyhurst 7-30; Army, 6-34 Attendance: 1,485 Game #14 (12-3-11) Army 3, Mercyhurst 3 (OT) Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. ARMY 3, MERCYHURST 3 (OT) MERCYHURST 0-2-1-0—3 ARMY 2-0-1-0—3 First Period: ARMY – Henderson (Lalor, Bobb), 4:35 ARMY – Hull (Lalor, Marcel Alvarez), 16:05 Second Period: MH – Shiplo (Jones), PP, 6:01 MH – Bodo (Shiplo, Jones), PP. 19:15 Third Period: ARMY – Marcel Alvarez (Hull, Maurice Alvarez), PP, 6:13 MH – Chiasson (Zay), 14:56 Overtime: None. Shots: Mercyhurst 36 (11-12-13-0); Army 36 (15-10-9-2) Saves: Mercyhurst 33 (Strang, 65:00, 13-10-8-2); Army 33 (Tadazak, 64:41, 11-10-12-0; empty net, 00:21) Power Plays: Mercyhurst, 2-6; Army, 1-4 Penalties: Mercyhurst 4-8; Army, 6-12 Attendance: 2,160 Game #15 (12-10-11) Holy Cross 3, Army 1 Hart Center, Worcester, Mass. HOLY CROSS 3, ARMY 1 ARMY 0-1-0—1 HOLY CROSS 0-2-1—3 First Period: None Second Period: HC – Baldassari (Daly, Clune), SH, 13:27 ARMY -- Lalor (Zaremba), SH, 16:10 HC -- Linsmayer (Youso, Atkins), PP, 19:08 Third Period: HC – Nunn (Vos, Daly), PP, 14:44 Shots: Army 25 (7-10-8); Holy Cross 34 (16-10-8) Saves: Army 31 (Leets, 58:54, 16-8-7; empty net, 1:06); Holy Cross 24 (Ginn, 59:55, 7-9-8; empty net, 00:05) Power Plays: Army, 0-4; Holy Cross, 2-7 Penalties: Army, 10-20; Holy Cross, 9-37 Attendance: 1,604

Game #16 (12-29-11) Connecticut 2, Army 0 Toyota UConn Classic Freitas Ice Forum, Storrs, Conn. UCONN 2, ARMY 0 ARMY 0-0-0—0 UCONN 1-0-1—2 First Period: UCONN – Schneider (Gerke, Ambrosie), PP, 11:16 Second Period: None. Third Period: UCONN – Harris (Smis, Gerke) PP, 13:35 Shots: Army 19 (4-8-7);UConn 31 (11-9-11) Saves: Army 29 (Tadazak, 59:38, 10-9-10; empty net, 00:22); UConn 19 (Bartus, 60:00, 4-8-7) Power Plays: Army, 0-4; UConn, 2-5 Penalties: Army, 5-10; UConn, 5-10 Attendance: 1,587 Game #17 (12-30-11) Army 3, RPI 2 Toyota UConn Classic Freitas Ice Forum, Storrs, Conn. ARMY 3, RPI 2 RPI 0-1-1—2 ARMY 1-0-2—3 First Period: ARMY – Dube (Lalor), PP, 15:13 Second Period: RPI – Higgs (Bailen, Laliberte), PP, 6:09 Third Period: RPI – Neal (O’Grady, Tinordi), PP, 3:28 ARMY – Hull (Marcel Alvarez, Maurice Alvarez), PP, 5:43 ARMY – Schultz (Hull, Starczewski), 18;27 Shots: RPI 31 (7-15-9); Army 16 (6-2-8) Saves: RPI 13 (Merriam, 58;44, 5-2-6; empty net, 1:16); Army 29 (Leets, 60:00, 7-14-8) Power Plays: RPI, 2-6; Army, 2-4 Penalties: RPI, 5-10; Army, 7-14 Attendance: 1,425 Game #18 (1-6-12) Canisius 4, Army 2 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. CANISIUS 4, ARMY 2 CANISIUS 2-1-1—4 ARMY 2-0-0—2 First Period: CAN – Lindsay (Freeman), 8:12 ARMY – Henderson (Maggard), 15:32 ARMY – Starczewski (Colvin, Marcel Alvarez), PP, 16:27 CAN – Sullivan (Parker, Moser) Second Period: CAN – Wiseman (Danford, McKellar), 10:03 Third Period: CAN – Danford (Larsson, Wiseman), 11:15 Shots: Canisius 27 (11-9-7); Army 33 (8-10-15) Saves: Canisius 31 (Morrison, 60:00, 6-10-15); Army 23 (Tadazak, 58:21, 9-8-6; empty net, 1:39) Power Plays: Canisius, 0-1; Army, 1-2 Penalties: Canisius 1-2; Army, 1-2 Attendance: 1,805

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Game #19 (1-7-12) Canisius 2, Army 1 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. CANISIUS 2, ARMY 1 CANISIUS 1-0-1—2 ARMY 0-0-1—1 First Period: CAN – Jessey (McKellar, Law), 18:04 Second Period: None. Third Period: ARMY – Starczewski (Colvin, Hull), 5:22 CAN – Moser (Sullivan), 7:34 Shots: Canisius 23 (8-10-5); Army 36 (15-9-12) Saves: Canisius 35 (Morrison, 60:00, 15-9-11); Army 21 (Leets, 58:16, 7-10-4; empty net, 1:44) Power Plays: Canisius, 0-3; Army, 0-8 Penalties: Canisius 8-16; Army, 3-6 Attendance: 2,631 Game #20 (1-13-12) Niagara 5, Army 1 Dwyer Arena, Niagara Univ., N.Y. NIAGARA 5, ARMY 1 ARMY 0-1-0—1 NIAGARA 2-1-2—5 First Period: NIAGARA – Alfieri (Kohls, Arnold), 14:54 NIAGARA – Chartrain (Murphy), 19:00 Second Period: NIAGARA – Borer (MacLean, Benedict), 2:53 ARMY – Marcel Alvarez (Colvin, Hull), PP, 10:04 Third Period: NIAGARA – Lochner (Zanette, Iuorio), PP, 00:56 NIAGARA – Zanette (Borer, Iuorio), 10:41 Shots: Army 39 (8-14-17); Niagara 35 (14-8-13) Saves: Army 30 (Leets, 60:00, 12-7-11); Niagara 38 (Noonan, 60:00, 8-13-17) Power Plays: Army, 1-6; Niagara, 1-4 Penalties: Army, 5-10; Niagara, 7-14 Attendance: 636 Game #21 (1-14-12) Niagara 3, Army 0 Dwyer Arena, Niagara Univ., N.Y. NIAGARA 3, ARMY 0 ARMY 0-0-0—0 NIAGARA 0-1-2—3 First Period: None. Second Period: NIAGARA – Zanette (unassisted), SH, 15:26 Third Period: NIAGARA – Arnold (Iuorio), 3:08 NIAGARA – MacLean (Benedict, Martini), 15:36 Shots: Army 29 (13-9-7); Niagara 36 (12-15-9) Saves: Army 33 (Tadazak, 60:00, 12-14-7); Niagara 29 (Noonan, 60:00, 13-9-7) Power Plays: Army, 0-4; Niagara, 0-4 Penalties: Army, 4-8; Niagara, 4-8 Attendance: 931

Game #22 (1-20-12) Army 3, Air Force 3 (OT) CBS Sports Network Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. ARMY 3, AIR FORCE 3 (OT) AIR FORCE 1-1-1-0—3 ARMY 1-1-1-0—3 First Period: ARMY – Skarda (Day, Clark), 7:53 AF – Kirby (PP), unassisted, 14:24 Second Period: ARMY – Colvin (Maurice Alvarez, Starczewski), PP, 3:19 AF – Kruse (De Laurell), 4:05 Third Period: AF – Weisgarber (Carew, Gunner), 4:37 ARMY – Dube (Hull), SH, 16:21 Overtime: None. Shots: Air Force 30 (8-9-9-4); Army 21 (9-5-4-3) Saves: Air Force 18 (Caple, 65:00, 8-4-3-3); Army 27 (Leets, 64:57, 7-8-8-4; empty net, 00:03) Power Plays: Air Force,1-5; Army, 1-3 Penalties: Air Force, 3-6; Army, 5-10 Attendance: 2,535 Game #23 (1-21-12) Air Force 4, Army 2 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. AIR FORCE 4, ARMY 2 AIR FORCE 1-1-2—4 ARMY 0-0-2—2 First Period: AF – Kruse (Kirby), 3:23 Second Period: AF – Weiscarger (Gunner) 16:59 Third Period: ARMY – Maggard (Day, Skarda), 2:32 AF – Fabian (Weissenhoffer, McKenzie), 7:16 AF – Fabian (Weisgarber), EN, 19:35 ARMY – Maggard (Skarda, Ikkala), PP, 19:53 Shots: Air Force 28 (11-8-9); Army 18 (3-3-12) Saves: Air Force 16 (Torf, 60:00, 3-3-10); Army 24 (Tadazak, 57:52, 10-7-7; empty net, 1:43; Ryan Leets, 00:25) Power Plays: Air Force, 0-3; Army, 1-6 Penalties: Air Force, 7-17; Army, 4-8 Attendance: 2,525 Game #24 (1-27-12) Bentley 6, Army 2 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. BENTLEY 6, ARMY 2 BENTLEY 0-3-3—6 ARMY 1-0-1—2 First Period: ARMY – Day (Richards), 7:00 Second Period: BENTLEY – Grieve (Gensler), 1:22 BENTLEY – Rickord (Campanbelli), 12:38 BENTLEY – Kubiak (Koudys, Rickord), 14:13 Third Period: BENTLEY – Switzer (Gensler), 6:14 BENTLEY – Grieve (Rickord), 12:02 ARMY – Richard (Day), 14:32 BENTLEY – Koudys (Rickord), 15:00 Shots: Bentley 36 (8-17-11); Army 27 (9-6-12) Saves: Bentley 25 (Komm, 60:00, 8-6-11): Army 30 (Leets, 60:00, 8-14-8) Power Plays: Bentley, 0-3; Army, 0-5 Penalties: Bentley, 6-12; Army, 4-8 Attendance: 1,792

Game #25 (1-28-12) Army 3, Bentley 1 John A. Ryan Skating Area, Watertown, Mass. ARMY 3, BENTLEY 1 BENTLEY 0-1-0—1 ARMY 2-0-1—3 First Period: ARMY – Dube (Maggard, Hull), 5:38 ARMY – Colvin (Starczewski, Zaremba), 19:21 Second Period: BENTLEY – Gensler (Bonnett, Grieve), 8:59 Third Period: ARMY – Starczewski (Maurice Alvarez, Colvin), PP, 3:56 Shots: Army 27 (8-14-5); Bentley 22 (9-7-6) Saves: Army 21 (Leets, 59:10, 9-6-6;empty net 00:50); Bentley 24 (Komm, 60:00, 6-14-4) Power Plays: Army, 1-5; Bentley, 0-3 Penalties: Army, 4-8; Bentley, 6-12. Attendance: 756 Game #26 (2-4-12) Army 9, RMC 1 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. ARMY 9, RMC 1 RMC 0-1-0—1 ARMY 3-4-2—9 First Period: ARMY – Zaremba (Starczewski, Lalor), 5:52 ARMY – Hull (Maggard), 6:17 ARMY – Dube (Ikkala, Skarda), PP, 15:18 Second Period: RMC – Casper (unassisted), 2:07 ARMY -- Colvin (Hull, Marcel Alvarez), PP, 2:42 ARMY – Zaremba (Colvin, Maurice Alvarez), SH, 17:13 ARMY – Starczewski (Zaremba, Colvin), 18:17 ARMY – Hull (Marcel Alvarez), PP, 18:35 Third Period: ARMY – Lalor (Skarda, Dube), PP, 12:50 ARMY – Colvin (Zaremba), SH, 18:26 Shots: RMC 23 (4-12-7); Army 50 (25-9-16) Saves: RMC 41 (Beirnes, 31:33, 22-4-x; Fleming, 27;43, x-1-14); Army 22 (Leets, time, 4-11-5; Walsh, 7:41, x-x-2) Power Plays: RMC, 0-5; Army, 4-6 Penalties: RMC, 7-14; Army, 5-10 Attendance: 2,568 Game #27 (2-7-12) Army 4, Connecticut 2 Freitas Ice Forum, Storrs, Conn. ARMY 4, UCONN 2 UCONN 1-0-1—2 ARMY 1-0-3—4 First Period: UCONN – Winter (Ranallo), PP, 9:33 ARMY – Zaremba (Starczewski), 15:07 Second Period: None. Third Period: ARMY – Starczewski (unassisted), 4:04 UCONN – Sims (unassisted), 7:40 ARMY – Day (Colvin, Zaremba), 8:42 ARMY – Maggard (Dube, Hull), EN, 19:16 Shots: Army 30 (13-8-9); UConn 15 (2-6-7) Saves: Army 13 (Leets, 60:00, 1-6-6); UConn 26 (Bartus, 59:29, 12-8-6; empty net,: 31) Power Plays: Army, 0-4; UConn, 1-3 Penalties: Army, 6-12; UConn, 7-14 Attendance: 505

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Game #28 (2-10-12) Holy Cross 6, Army 1 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. HOLY CROSS 6, ARMY 1 HOLY CROSS 2-1-3—6 ARMY 0-1-0—1 First Period: HC – Nunn (McGrath, Vos), 14:00 HC – Linsmayer (Miller, Davis), 17:35 Second Period: ARMY – Hull (Marcel Alvarez, Starczewski), PP, 5:14 HC – McGrath (Dwyer), 12:43 Third Period: HC – Cox (Schmidt), Fletcher, 4:32 HC – Atkins (Vos, Stockton), PP, 8:49 HC – McNamara (Miller, Linsmayer), 19:31 Shots: Holy Cross 37 (14-11-12); Army 24 (7-11-6) Saves: Holy Cross 23 (Ginn, 60:00, 7-10-6); Army 31 (Leets, 60:00, 12-10-9) Power Plays: Holy Cross, 1-5; Army, 1-2 Penalties: Holy Cross, 4-19; Army, 5-21 Attendance: 1,501 Game #29 (2-11-12) Holy Cross 4, Army 2 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. HOLY CROSS 4, ARMY 2 HOLY CROSS 0-4-0—4 ARMY 0-0-2—2 First Period: None. Second Period: HC – Nunn (Schmidt), 3:52 HC – Baldassari (Gordon), 9:59 HC – Silvia (Atkins), PP, 12:34 HC – Cox (Fletcher, Reppucci), 13:06 Third Period: ARMY – Hull (Colvin, Marcel Alvarez), PP, 5:21 ARMY – Starczewski (Maurice Alvarez, Hull), PP, 8:51 Shots: Holy Cross 21 (6-7-8); Army 30 (6-9-15) Saves: Holy Cross 28 (Ginn, 59:50, 6-9-13; empty net, 00:10); Army 17 (Tadazak, 41:09, 6-3-1; Leets, 18:51, x-x-7) Power Plays: Holy Cross, 1-7; Army, 2-8 Penalties: Holy Cross, 10-20; Army, 9-18 Attendance: 2,574 Game #30 (2-17-12) AIC 5, Army 2 Olympia Ice Center, West Springfield, Mass. AIC 5, ARMY 2 ARMY 0-0-2—2 AIC 0-5-0—5 First Period: None. Second Period: AIC – Ceccacci (Puskar, Pleskach), PP, 00:55 AIC – Peaker (Williams, Mele), PP, 1:33 AIC – Pleskach (Arcibal, Penny), 1:58 AIC – Popek (unassisted), 6:04 AIC – Cassidy (Peake), SH, 18:18 Third Period: ARMY – Lalor (unassisted), 11:01 ARMY – Maurice Alvarez (Marcel Alvarez, Hull), PP, 13:58 Shots: Army 23 (9-6-8); AIC 28 (9-12-7) Saves: Army 23 (Leets, 60:00, 9-7-7); AIC 21 (Meisner, 59:51, 9-6-6; empty net, 00:09) Power Plays: Army, 1-6; AIC, 2-5 Penalties: Army, 5-10; AIC, 6-12 Attendance: 306

Game #31 (2-18-12) AIC 3, Army 2 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. AIC 3, ARMY 2 AIC 0-1-2—3 ARMY 1-0-1—2 First Period: ARMY – Colvin (Maurice Alvarez, Hull), PP, 8:44 Second Period: AIC – Leitner (Williams), 8:16 Third Period: AIC – Penny (Markiewicz), 00:13 AIC –Penny (Ceccacci), 00:43 ARMY – Dube (Hull, Maggard), 11:4 Shots: AIC 28 (6-13-9); Army 37 (9-16-12) Saves: AIC 35 (Meisner, 60:00, 8-16-11); Army 25 (Leets, 58:33, 6-12-7) Power Plays: AIC, 0-3; Army, 1-2 Penalties: AIC, 5-10; Army, 5-10 Attendance: 2,036 Game #32 (2-24-12) Sacred Heart 5, Army 3 Milford Ice Pavilion, Milford, Conn. SACRED HEART 5, ARMY 3 ARMY 1-1-1—3 SACRED HEART 2-3-0—5 First Period: ARMY – Zaremba (Colvin, Starczewski), 1:07 SHU – Delong (Miniaci, Sheehan), 4:09 SHU – Gingera (George, Filteau), 18:01 Second Period: SHU – Eng (Gingera, Delong), PP, 5:06 SHU – George (Delong, Ketchum), 9:39 SHU – Ketchum (Yelovich), 14:41 ARMY – Maggard (Hull, Colvin), 17:43 Third Period: ARMY – Dube (Hull), 16:03 Shots: Army 27 (5-10-12); Sacred Heart 25 (12-10-3) Saves: Army 20 (Leets, 58:18, 10-7-3; empty net, 1:42); Sacred Heart 25 (Bodnarchuk, 60:00, 4-9-11) Power Plays: Army 0-4; Sacred Heart 2-5 Penalties: Army 5-10; Sacred Heart 4-8 Attendance: 410 Game #33 (2-25-12) Sacred Heart 5, Army 3 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. SACRED HEART 5, ARMY 3 SACRED HEART 1-3-1—5 ARMY 1-1-1—3 First Period: SHU – Gingera (Filteau, Stretch), 9:31 ARMY – Starczewski (Colvin, Clark), 10:35 Second Period: SHU – Yelovich (Rayner, Ketchum), PP. 1:38 ARMY – Zaremba (Colvin, Lalor), 6:11 SHU – Delong (unassisted), SH, 7:33 SHU – Gingera (Filteau, George), 15:20 Third Period: SHU – Delong (Macleod), EN, 18:36 ARMY – Ryan (Marcel Alvarez), 19:41 Shots: Sacred Heart 22 (7-10-5); Army 32 (4-13-15) Saves: Sacred Heart 29 (Bodnarchuk, 60:00, 3-12-14); Army 17 (Leets, 58:56, 6-7-4; empty net, 1:04) Power Plays: Sacred Heart, 1-3 Army, 0-5 Penalties: Sacred Heart, 5-10; Army, 3-6 Attendance: 2,527

Game #34 (3-2-12) Holy Cross 3, Army 2 AHA First Round Playoffs Hart Center, Worcester, Mass. HOLY CROSS 3, ARMY 2 ARMY 1-1-0—2 HOLY CROSS 2-1-0—3 First Period: HC – Nunn (Davis, Stockton) 5:48 ARMY – Starczewski (Hull, Lalor), 10:36 HC – Vos (Daly, Stockton), 17:05 Second Period: HC – Stockton (Atkins, Cox), PP, 9:55 ARMY – Skarda (Day), 18:31 Third Period: None. Shots: Army 21 (8-7-6); Holy Cross 39 (11-14-14) Saves: Army 36 (Leets, 59:14, 9-13-14; empty net, 00:46); Holy Cross 19 (Ginn, 59:54, 7-6-6; empty net, 00:06) Power Plays: Army, 0-3; Holy Cross, 1-5 Penalties: Army, 5-10; Holy Cross, 3-6 Attendance: 1,088 Game #35 (3-3-12) Holy Cross 5, Army 2 AHA First Round Playoffs Hart Center, Worcester, Mass. HOLY CROSS 5, ARMY 2 ARMY 0-0-2—2 HOLY CROSS 2-1-2—5 First Period: HC – Schmidt (Nagy), 08:15 HC – Stockton (Vos ), 09:20 Second Period: HC – Clune (unassisted), PP, 8:56 Third Period: ARMY – Marcel Alvarez (Maurice Alvarez, Starczewski), PP, 6:04 HC – Cox (Schmidt, Day ), PP, 12:50 ARMY – Hull (Colvin, Starczewski), 18:35 HC – Fletcher (Nilan), EN, 19:02 Shots: Army 22 (3-11-8); Holy Cross 41 (14-10-17) Saves: Army 36 (Leets, 59;52, 12-9-15; empty net, 00:08); Holy Cross 20 (Ginn, 59:36, 3-11-6; empty net, 00:24) Power Plays: Army, 1-3; Holy Cross, 2-6 Penalties: Army, 6-12; Holy Cross, 3-6 Attendance: 976

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DATE ......... PLAYER (GOALS) ..............OPPONENT (H/A) .............................. RESULT 11/4/11 .... Andy Starczewski (3) ........... RIT (A) ...........................................................5-3 L 2/18/11 .... Mark Dube (3)...................... AIC (H) ......................................................... 6-4 W 2/5/11....... Cody Omilusik (3)................. UConn (A, Hartford) ................................... 5-2 W 1/15/11 .... Cody Omilusik (3)................. Air Force (A) ................................................ 5-4 W 11/20/09 .. Cody Omilusik (3)................. Bentley (A) .................................................. 5-1 W 11/16/07 .. Bryce Hollweg (3) ................. Bentley (H) .................................................. 7-2 W 11/10/07 .. Owen Meyer (3).................... AIC (H) ......................................................... 7-1 W 3/6/04....... Chris Casey (3) ..................... Connecticut (H) ............................................9-6 L 2/15/02 .... Chris Casey (3) ..................... Fairfield (H) ................................................. 7-4 W 1/5/02....... Joe Carpenter (3) ................. Connecticut (H) ............................................4-4 T 1/14/01 .... Mike Fairman (3) ................. Connecticut (A)............................................7-5 L 11/17/00 .. Joe Dudek (3)....................... Bentley (H) ................................................. 9-2 W 10/13/00 .. Mike Fairman (3) ................. Seneca (H)................................................. 6-3 W 2/26/00 .... Tim Fisher (3) ....................... Findlay (H) ............................................... 10-6 W 12/3/99 .... K.C. Finnegan (3) ................. Assumption (H) ......................................... 9-0 W 11/6/99 .... Mike Fairman (4) ................. Bentley (H) ................................................. 6-2 W 1/30/99 .... Bucky Burleigh (3) ............... Scranton (A) ............................................. 7-0 W 2/20/98 .... Greg Buckmeier (3) ............. Quinnipiac (H) ........................................... 8-4 W 2/14/98 .... Greg Buckmeier (3) ............. Fairfield (H) .............................................. 11-2 W 1/30/98 .... Greg Buckmeier (3) ............. Scranton (H) ............................................ 11-0 W 1/13/98 .... Andy Lundbohm (3) ............. Connecticut (H) ....................................... 10-2 W 1/10/98 .... Andy Lundbohm (3) ............. Villanova (A)............................................... 9-1 W 1/17/97 ..... Frank Fede (3)...................... Iona (H) ................................................... 13-3 W 2/17/96 .... Bill Morrison (3) ................... Air Force (H)............................................... 7-0 W 1/30/96 .... Dan Hinote (3) ..................... Quinnipiac (H) ......................................... 10-2 W 1/7/96....... Greg Buckmeier (3) ............. Brockport (N -- SNET Classic) ................... 5-4 W 12/5/95 .... Dan Hinote (3) ..................... Villanova (H) .............................................. 9-0 W 11/18/95 .. Andy Lundbohm (3) ............. Framingham State (H) .............................. 6-0 W 1/27/95 .... Bill Morrison (3) ................... Bentley (H) ................................................. 6-2 W 11/22/94 .. Frank Fede (3)...................... Tufts (H) ................................................... 10-1 W 11/15/94 .. Ian Winer (3) ........................ Scranton (H) ............................................ 12-1 W 11/5/94 .... Bill Morrison (3) ................... RPI (H)........................................................ 5-2 W 2/4/94....... Ian Winer (4) ........................ Fairfield (H) .............................................. 11-2 W 12/5/93 .... Mark Stachelski (3) ............. Scranton (A) ............................................. 8-1 W 2/27/93 .... Rick Randazzo (3)................ St. Bonaventure (H) ................................ 11-2 W 1/23/93 .... Justin Lambert (3) ............... Iona (H) ...................................................... 8-2 W 1/16/93 .... Mike Landers (3) ................. Fairfield (H) ................................................ 9-0 W 1/15/93 .... Rick Berube (3) .................... Plattsburgh (H) .......................................... 5-3 W 10/31/92 .. Rick Berube (3) .................... Ryerson Tech (H) ....................................... 9-2 W 2/21/92 .... Scott Tardif (3) ..................... Connecticut (H) ................................... 4-4 (OT) T 12/3/91 .... Ross Erzar (3) ...................... Scranton (H) ............................................ 11-2 W 11/23/91 .. Scott Tardif (4) ..................... Iona (H) .................................................... 11-0 W 11/20/90 .. Scott Tardif (3) ..................... Villanova (H) ............................................ 12-2 W 11/16/90 .. Al Brenner (3)....................... Dartmouth (H) ........................................... 6-3 W 1/3/87 ....... Matt Wilson (3) .................... Clarkson (H) .............................................. 6-3 W 1/14/86 .... Rob Brenner (3) ................... Cornell (A) ................................................. 6-5 W 10/31/86 .. Matt Wilson (4) .................... St. Anselm (H) ........................................... 6-2 W 2/12/86 .... Ted Moran (3) ...................... American International (H) ..................... 11-2 W 1/25/86 .... Kevin Keenan (3) ................. RMC (A)...................................................... 9-7 W 11/23/85 .. Darryl MacDonald (3) .......... Dartmouth (A) ............................................6-5 L 2/9/85....... Bob Nabb (3)........................ RMC (H) ..................................................... 6-4 W 2/6/85....... Marc Kapsalis (3) ................ Trinity (H) ................................................... 6-4 W 1/29/85 .... Mike Curran (3) .................... Williams (A) .............................................. 7-2 W 1/26/85 .... Ted Hanley (3) ...................... Hamilton (H) .............................................. 9-3 W 1/19/85 .... Kevin Keenan (4) ................. Buffalo (A) .............................................. 15-2 W 1/19/85 .... Matt Wilson (3) .................... Buffalo (A) .............................................. 15-2 W 11/23/84 .. Darryl MacDonald (3) .......... Harvard (H) ..................................................5-4 L 11/18/84 .. Mike Symes (3) .................... Cornell (A) ...................................................6-4 L 10/27/84 .. Mike Curran (3) .................... Ryerson Tech (H) ..................................... 13-5 W 10/26/84 .. Bob Nabb (3)........................ Ryerson Tech (H) ....................................... 9-3 W 2/16/84 .... Steve O=Borsky (3) .............. American International (H) ..................... 16-3 W 2/11/84 .... Rob Brenner (3) ................... College Militaire Royale (H) .................... 12-2 W 2/4/84....... Mike Symes (3) .................... St. Anselm (H) ........................................... 7-2 W 1/27/84 .... Mike Symes (3) .................... Buffalo (H) ............................................... 12-3 W 1/24/84 .... Mike Symes (4) .................... Williams (H) ............................................... 6-2 W 1/20/84 .... Tyler King (3) ........................ Upsala (A) ................................................ 15-1 W 1/20/84 .... Dave Knowlton (3) ............... Upsala (A) ............................................... 15-1 W 1/7/84....... Biff Shea (3) ......................... Waterloo (H) .............................................. 7-4 W 11/10/83 .. Garry McAvoy (3).................. Westfield State (H) .................................. 13-3 W 10/28/83 .. Mike Symes (3) .................... Brock (H).................................................... 6-3 W 2/2/83....... Garry McAvoy (4).................. Williams (A) ............................................. 10-2 W 11/26/82 .. Biff Shea (3) ......................... Union (A) ......................................................8-5 L 10/29/82 .. Frank Vana (3) ..................... Kent State (H) ......................................... 17-3 W

DATE ......... PLAYER (GOALS) ..............OPPONENT (H/A) .............................. RESULT 3/5/82....... Ed Collazzo (3) ..................... Eastern Michigan (N -- Kent St.)............. 10-5 W 2/22/82 .... Ed Collazzo (3) ..................... American International (H) ....................... 9-3 W 1/22/82 .... Ed Collazzo (4) ..................... Cortland State (H) ................................... 13-6 W 12/4/81 .... Ed Collazzo (3) ..................... UMass-Boston (A) ................................... 11-1 W 2/28/81 .... Jim Knowlton (3) .................. UMass-Boston (A) .................................... 9-2 W 2/24/81..... Ed Collazzo (3) ..................... Holy Cross (H)..............................................7-5 L 2/21/81 .... Dan Cox (3) .......................... RMC (H) ................................................... 10-5 W 2/14/81 .... Robbie Craig (3) ................... Kent State (H) ........................................... 9-2 W 1/23/81 .... Jim Knowlton (3) .................. Cortland State (H) ................................... 12-2 W 1/12/81 .... Ed Collazzo (3) ..................... St. Anselm (H) ......................................... 14-5 W 1/12/81 .... Dan Cox (3) .......................... St. Anselm (H) ......................................... 14-5 W 1/9/81 ....... Ed Collazzo (4) ..................... Boston State (A) ..................................... 12-4 W 12/3/80 .... Dan Cox (3) .......................... Connecticut (H) ......................................... 7-1 W 11/26/80 .. Ed Collazzo (4) ..................... New Haven (A) ..........................................10-6 L 11/2/80 .... Tom LeBlanc (3) ................... Alaska-Fairbanks (A) ............................... 10-2 W 11/1/80 .... Dan Cox (3) .......................... Alaska-Anchorage (A)..................................9-6 L 3/1/80....... Tom Rost (3) ......................... Oswego State (H -- D-II Playoffs) ............. 12-6 L 2/2/80....... Tom Rost (4) ......................... College Militaire Royal (H) ...................... 14-1 W 2/2/80....... Dan Cox (3) .......................... College Militaire Royal (H) ...................... 14-1 W 1/16/80 .... Ed Collazzo (3) ..................... Boston State (H)...................................... 13-2 W 1/12/80 .... Frank Keating (3) ................. Bryant (H) ................................................ 10-4 W 1/12/80 .... Bruce Graham (3) ................ Bryant (H) ................................................ 10-4 W 1/9/80....... Frank Keating (3) ................. Framingham State (H) .............................. 9-1 W 1/7/80....... Jim Knowlton (3) .................. Boston State (A) ..................................... 10-3 W 2/24/79 .... Glen Giovanucci (3) ............. Framingham State (A).................................8-4 L 2/14/79 .... Glen Giovanucci (4) ............. UMass-Lowell (H) .................................... 13-5 W 1/27/79 .... Glen Giovanucci (4) ............. RMC (H) ................................................... 12-4 W 12/8/78 .... Glen Giovanucci (4) ............. Massachusettes (A) ............................... 10-5 W 11/18/78 .. Ken Hawes (3) ..................... Norwich (H) ......................................... 6-5 (OT) L 2/28/78 .... John Harrison (3) ................. Holy Cross (H)............................................ 6-3 W 2/22/78 .... John Harrison (3) ................. Babson (H) ................................................ 8-4 W 2/20/78 .... Tom Rost (3) ......................... Oswego State (A)....................................... 8-4 W 2/9/78....... John Harrison (3) ................. New Haven (H) .................................... 4-4 (OT) T 1/21/78 .... Dan Murrett (3) .................... Merrimack (H) ........................................... 4-3 W 12/14/77 .. John Harrison (4) ................. Connecticut (A)........................................ 10-6 W 11/25/77 .. Bob Birmingham (3) ............ Framingham State (H) ........................ 9-8 (OT) L 3/12/77 .... Dave Rost (3) ....................... RMC (H) ................................................... 11-2 W 3/5/77....... Dave Rost (3) ....................... AIC (D-II Playoffs)................................7-6 (OT) W 2/8/77....... Dave Rost (4) ....................... Princeton (H) ............................................. 6-2 W 2/5/77....... Tom Glenn (3) ...................... College Militaire Royale (A) .................... 15-2 W 2/5/77....... Toby Lyon (3) ........................ College Militaire Royale (A) .................... 15-2 W 2/4/77....... John Harrison (3) ................. College Militaire Royale (A) .................... 10-2 W 1/13/77 .... Dave Rost (3) ....................... Elmira (H) ................................................ 10-4 W 1/8/77....... Tom Glenn (3) ...................... St. Nick=s (H) .......................................... 14-3 W 12/17/76 .. Dave Rost (3) ....................... Bryant (H) ................................................ 11-2 W 12/17/76 .. John Harrison (3) ................. Bryant (H) ................................................ 11-2 W 12/14/76 .. Dave Rost (3) ....................... Wesleyan (H) ............................................. 6-1 W 12/10/76 .. Dan Murrett (4) .................... Massachusetts (A) .................................... 7-2 W 12/8/76 .... Tom Rost (3) ......................... Bridgewater State (H) ............................. 10-4 W 12/4/76 .... Dave Rost (3) ....................... New England (H) ....................................... 7-2 W 12/1/76 .... Tom Rost (4) ......................... Plattsburgh State (H) .............................. 11-1 W 12/1/76 .... Dave Rost (3) ....................... Plattsburgh State (H) .............................. 11-1 W 11/26/76 .. Dave Rost (3) ....................... Framingham State (H) ............................ 11-5 W 11/26/76 .. Tom Rost (3) ......................... Framingham State (H) ............................ 11-5 W 3/2/76 ....... Bob Birmingham (4) ............ New England (H) ....................................... 9-2 W 2/15/76..... John Harrison (3) ................. Babson (A) ................................................ 8-3 W 2/7/76 ....... Larry Pallotta (5) .................. College Militaire Royale (H) .................... 10-0 W 2/7/76 ....... Tom Rost (3) ......................... College Militaire Royale (H) .................... 10-0 W 2/6/76 ....... Bob Birmingham (4) ............ College Militaire Royale (H) .................... 12-2 W 12/13/75 .. Tom Rost (3) ......................... New Haven (A) .......................................... 8-5 W 12/6/75 .... John Harrison (3) ................. UMass-Lowell (H) .................................... 10-6 W 2/25/75 .... George Clark (4)................... Norwich (H) ............................................... 7-4 W 2/22/75 .... George Reynolds (3) ............ Bridgewater State (A) ................................ 9-4 W 2/15/75 .... Dave Rost (3) ....................... College Militaire Royale (A) ...................... 6-5 W 2/14/75 .... Bob Birmingham (4) ............ College Militaire Royale (A) .................... 16-1 W 2/5/75....... George Clark (7)................... Wesleyan (H) ........................................... 13-2 W 1/24/75 .... George Reynolds (4) ............ Williams (A) ............................................... 8-2 W 12/14/74 .. George Clark (3)................... Massachusetts (A) ......................................8-6 L 12/7/74..... George Clark (3)................... UMass-Lowell (H) ........................................4-3 L 12/4/74..... Larry Pallotta (3) .................. New Haven (H) ........................................ 12-3 W 2/16/74 ..... George Clark (6)................... New Haven (A) ......................................... 12-1 W 2/1/74 ....... George Clark (3)................... Connecticut (A) ......................................... 7-3 W

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DATE ......... PLAYER (GOALS) ..............OPPONENT (H/A) .............................. RESULT 1/19/74..... George Clark (3)................... Amherst (H) ............................................... 8-3 W 1/11/74 ..... George Clark (3)................... College Militaire Royale (H) .................... 10-4 W 1/9/74 ....... Byron Gates (4) .................... Holy Cross (H).......................................... 10-4 W 1/5/74 ....... George Clark (3)................... American International (A) ...................... 8-5 W 12/15/73 .. Larry Pallotta (3) .................. Lake Forest (H).......................................... 9-0 W 12/14/73 .. George Clark (3)................... Lake Forest (H)........................................ 10-2 W 12/8/73 .... Dave Rost (3) ....................... MacDonald (H) .......................................... 7-4 W 12/7/73 .... Bob Birmingham (3) ............ MacDonald (H) .......................................... 9-2 W 3/3/73....... John Dowalgo (3) ................. Lake Forest (A) ...........................................7-6 L 2/27/73 .... Ed Roubian (3) ..................... Oswego State (H) ...................................... 9-2 W 2/15/73 .... George Clark (3)................... Pennsylvania (H) .........................................8-4 L 1/23/73 .... Ed Roubian (3) ..................... Connecticut (H) ......................................... 9-1 W 1/6/73....... George Clark (3)................... St. Nick=s (H) ..............................................6-4 L 12/13/72 .. George Clark (3)................... Princeton (H) ............................................. 6-4 W 12/9/72 .... George Clark (3)................... MacDonald (H) .......................................... 9-2 W 12/8/72 .... George Clark (4)................... MacDonald (H) ........................................ 10-1 W 12/8/72 .... Ed Roubian (3) ..................... MacDonald (H) ........................................ 10-1 W 12/6/72 .... George Clark (3)................... Ithaca (H) ................................................... 8-2 W 2/23/72 .... George Clark (3)................... Oswego State (H) ...................................... 7-3 W 3/4/72....... George Clark (3)................... Lake Forest (H).......................................... 6-2 W 2/15/71..... Ed Roubian (4) ..................... Connecticut (H) ....................................... 12-0 W 2/15/71..... Jeff Eaton (3) ....................... Connecticut (H) ....................................... 12-0 W 12/4/69 .... John Roberts (3) .................. American International (H) ....................... 8-2 W 3/22/69 .... Tony Curran (4) .................... Air Force (N -- St. Petersburg) ................. 12-4 W 3/22/69 .... Dave Merhar (3)................... Air Force (N -- St. Petersburg) ................. 12-4 W 3/8/69....... Dave Merhar (3)................... RMC (H) ..................................................... 5-2 W 2/24/69 .... John Ahlbrecht (3) ............... Connecticut (H) ....................................... 10-2 W 2/21/69 ... Dave Merhar (4)................... Williams (A) ............................................ 11-2 W 2/14/69 .... Dave Merhar (4)................... Hamilton (A) .......................................8-7 (OT) W 1/25/69 .... Tony Curran (3) .................... Northeastern (H) ....................................... 5-1 W 1/22/69 .... Dave Merhar (5)................... Pennsylvania (A)........................................ 9-6 W 1/18/69 .... Dave Merhar (4)................... Bishop=s (H) ........................................... 10-1 W 1/18/69 .... John Ahlbrecht (3) ............... Bishop=s (H) ........................................... 10-1 W 1/4/69....... John Roberts (3) .................. Dartmouth (A) ..................................... 7-7 (OT) T 12/29/68 .. Dave Merhar (3)................... Ohio (N -- RPI Tournament)....................... 9-4 W 12/29/68 .. John Ahlbrecht (3) ............... Ohio (N -- RPI Tournament)....................... 9-4 W 12/7/68 .... Dave Merhar (4)................... Middlebury (H) .......................................... 9-6 W 12/5/68 .... Dave Merhar (3)................... American International (H) ....................... 7-3 W 2/21/68 .... Dave Merhar (3)................... Williams (H) ............................................... 9-2 W 2/3/68....... John Ahlbrecht (3) ............... Brown (H) ................................................... 4-2 W 1/29/68 .... Tony Curran (3) .................... Pennsylvania (H) ..................................... 10-1 W 1/25/68 .... John Ahlbrecht (3) ............... Vermont (H) ............................................... 6-1 W 1/13/68 .... Tony Curran (3) .................... St. Nick=s (H) ............................................ 8-3 W 1/6/68....... Dave Merhar (3)................... Providence (H)........................................... 5-3 W 12/14/67 .. Ed Cutting (3) ....................... Hamilton (H) .............................................. 8-1 W 3/4/67....... Ed Cutting (3) ....................... RMC (H) ..................................................... 9-1 W 1/14/67 .... Dave Merhar (3)................... Pennsylvania (H) ..................................... 14-0 W 1/14/67 .... Ed Cutting (3) ....................... Pennsylvania (H) ..................................... 14-0 W 1/7/67....... Dave Merhar (3)................... Providence (H)........................................... 5-1 W 1/5/67....... Dave Merhar (4)................... Massachusetts (H).................................. 17-2 W 1/5/67....... Ed Cutting (4) ....................... Massachusetts (H).................................. 17-2 W 12/20/66 .. Kenny Smith (3) ................... Ohio (H).................................................... 14-0 W 12/15/66 .. Ed Cutting (3) ....................... American International (H) ....................... 6-2 W 2/18/66 .... Kenny Smith (3) ................... Providence (A) .......................................... 6-2 W 2/4/66....... Mike Palone (3).................... Hamilton (A) ........................................... 14-3 W 2/4/66....... Dick Edlund (3) .................... Hamilton (A) ............................................ 14-3 W 1/6/66....... Kenny Smith (4) ................... Massachusetts (H).................................. 12-1 W 12/17/65 .. Kenny Smith (4) ................... Ohio (H).................................................... 10-4 W 12/11/65 .. Ed Cutting (3) ....................... Bowdoin (H) ............................................. 4-3 (OT) 2/10/65 .... Kenny Smith (3) ................... Colgate (H)................................................. 7-3 W 1/16/65 .... Mike Thompson (3) ............. Pennsylvania (H) ..................................... 13-0 W 1/9/65....... Kieran Lowry (3) .................. Brown (H) .....................................................7-3 L 12/18/64 .. Mike Thompson (4) ............. Ohio (H).................................................... 10-3 W 12/16/64 .. Mike Thompson (3) ............. American International (H) ....................... 8-4 W 12/11/64 .. Kenny Hjelm (3) ................... Middlebury (A) ........................................... 5-0 W 12/9/64 .... Bart Barry (3) ....................... Hamilton (H) ............................................ 12-0 W 2/29/64 .... Mike Thompson (4) ............. St. Nick’s (H) ............................................. 6-4 W 2/18/64 .... Kenny Hjelm (4) ................... Williams (H) ............................................. 12-0 W 2/3/64....... Mike Thompson (3) ............. Ohio (H).................................................... 12-1 W 12/14/63 .. Dick Peterson (4) ................. Middlebury (H) ........................................ 11-1 W 12/13/63 .. Bart Barry (3) ....................... Hamilton (H) .............................................. 8-1 W

DATE ......... PLAYER (GOALS) ..............OPPONENT (H/A) .............................. RESULT 12/11/63 .. Bart Barry (3) ....................... American International (H) ..................... 10-1 W 3/2/63....... Warren Battis (4) ................. RMC (H) ..................................................... 9-4 W 2/6/63....... Bart Barry (3) ....................... Massachusetts (H).................................... 9-0 W 1/25/63 .... Gary Johnson (3) ................. MIT (A) ....................................................... 8-0 W 12/12/62 .. Dick Peterson (3) ................. American International (H) ....................... 7-5 W 12/5/62 .... Dick Peterson (5) ................. Rutgers (H) .............................................. 15-0 W 12/29/62 .. Jerry Stonehouse (3) ........... Western Michigan (H) ............................. 14-3 W 12/29/62 .. Dave Harkins (3) .................. Western Michigan (H) ............................. 14-3 W 1/22/62 .... Tucker Dooley (3) ................. Dartmouth (H) ........................................... 6-5 W 1/20/62 .... Gary Johnson (3) ................. Pennsylvania (H) ....................................... 7-0 W 12/20/61 .. Jerry Stonehouse (4) ........... Ohio (H).................................................... 10-0 W 12/13/61 .. Albie Symes (5) .................... American International (H) ..................... 13-0 W 2/8/61 ....... Albie Symes (4) .................... Hamilton (H) ............................................ 14-0 W 12/14/60 .. Jerry Stonehouse (5) ........... American International (H) ..................... 11-1 W 2/26/60 .... Gene McLaughlin (3) ........... Cornell (H) ................................................. 7-2 W 2/24/60 .... Albie Symes (3) .................... Pennsylvania (H) ..................................... 12-2 W 2/19/60 .... Ted Crowley (3)..................... New Hampshire (A) ................................... 8-1 W 2/10/60 .... Ted Crowley (3)..................... Hamilton (H) .............................................. 9-5 W 2/6/60....... Ted Crowley (4)..................... Middlebury (H) .......................................... 6-2 W 2/3/60....... Ted Crowley (3)..................... Amherst (H) ............................................... 4-2 W 12/16/59 .. Albie Symes (3) .................... American International (H) ....................... 6-2 W 12/5/59 .... Jack Dewar (3) ..................... Colgate (H)................................................. 8-0 W 2/14/59 .... Pete Dawkins (4).................. Colgate (H)............................................... 14-1 W 2/14/59 .... John Farrell (4) ..................... Colgate (H)............................................... 14-1 W 2/14/59 .... Ted Crowley (3)..................... Colgate (H)............................................... 14-1 W 12/6/58 .... Ted Crowley (3)..................... MIT (H) ..................................................... 12-0 W 1/25/58 .... James Mellin (3) .................. American International (H) ....................... 7-2 W 1/14/58 .... Ted Crowley (3)..................... Holy Cross (H)............................................ 9-1 W 1/11/58 .... David Hettinger (3) .............. Brown (H) ................................................... 5-4 W 12/18/57 .. Ted Crowley (3)..................... Norwich (H) ............................................... 5-2 W

FOUR-GOAL GAMES Dave Merhar (5) Bob Birmingham (3) Ed Collazzo (3) Glen Giovanucci (3) George Clark (2) Tom Harvey (2) Tom Rost (2) Kenny Smith (2) Mike Thompson (2) Warren Battis (1) Ted Crowley (1) Tony Curran (1) Ed Cutting (1) Pete Dawkins (1) Mike Fairman (1) John Farrell (1) Byron Gates (1) John Harrison (1) Kenny Hjelm (1) Kevin Keenan (1) Garry McAvoy (1) Leonard McCormack (1) Dan Murrett (1) James O’Connor (1) Dick Peterson (1)

FOUR-GOAL GAMES George Reynolds (1) Dave Rost (1) Ed Roubian (1) Jerry Stonehouse (1) Albie Symes (1) Mike Symes (1) Scott Tardif (1) Matt Wilson (1) Ian Winer (1) FIVE-GOAL GAMES Dave Merhar (1) Larry Pallotta (1) Dick Peterson (1) Jerry Stonehouse (1) Albie Symes (1) SIX-GOAL GAMES George Clark (1) SEVEN-GOAL GAMES George Clark (1)

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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 Roy.1971-72 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 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

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L 31 7 1 2 0 1 19 6 0 5 4 4 16 0 1 37 0 31 6 2 0 0 1 0 24 1 0 0 19 24 1 4 36 4 1 1 0 0 24 14 0 0 44 1 0 0 6 0 0 2 1 1 1 2 4 0 29 1 0

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

Pct. .421 .222 .667 .667 1.000 .500 .725 .682 1.000 .583 .556 .000 .566 1.000 .667 .085 1.000 .135 .538 .667 1.000 1.000 .750 1.000 .419 .800 1.000 1.000 .488 .111 .000 .692 .324 .826 .500 .500 1.000 1.000 .552 .500 1.000 1.000 .211 .000 1.000 1.000 .417 1.000 1.000 .881 .000 .750 .000 .818 .890 1.000 .162 .500 1.000

Last Army W Last Opp. W 2010-11 (5-4) 2011-12 (4-2) 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) 2010-11 (4-1) 2011-12 (3-2) 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) 2011-12 (3-1) 2011-12 (6-2) 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) ————— 2010-11 (2-1) 2011-12 (2-1) 1986-87 (6-3) 1991-92 (11-1) ————— 1946 (9-6) 1983-84 (5-2) 1966-67 (6-4) 2004-05 (3-2) 2010-11 (3-0) 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) ————— 2011-12 (4-2) 2011-12 (2-0) 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) —————. 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) 2010-11 (4-2) 1995-95 (6-2) 1994-95 (5-3) 1904 (8-0) —————

Opponent Series Started 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 Maine, Univ. of 1991-92 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 Ohio Univ. 1961 Ohio State Univ. 2008-09 Pawling School 1908 Penn State Univ. 1944 Pennsylvania, Univ. of 1910 Princeton Univ. 1910

W 28 25 1 3 0 1 8 2 1 6 7 0 4 1 1 0 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 1 3 6 0 13 20 7 8 0 0 3 12 18

L 28 4 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 8 11 3 9 19 0 26 21 0 11 2 3 3 1 0 1 2 2 14 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 1 10 10 9 0 2 1 0 3 43

T 8 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 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 0 0 1 0 2 2

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Pct. .500 .850 1.000 .750 .500 1.000 .667 1.000 1.000 .857 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .333 .607 .500 .587 .240 .875 .276 .419 1.000 .707 .000 .250 .250 .667 1.000 .000 .667 .778 .533 .688 .000 .750 .600 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .125 1.000 1.000 .000 .565 .667 .438 1.000 .000 .250 1.000 .765 .302

Last Army W 2009-10 (4-1) 2002-03 (3-1) 1982-83 (10-3) 1975-76 (7-2) ————— 1918 (4-0) 1985-86 (8-3) 1906 (8-1) 1923 (9-1) 1973-74 (9-0) 1955 (11-2) ————— 1973-74 (7-4) 1946 (7-1) 1999-00 (6-1) ————— ————— 1930 (5-3) 1997-98 (5-0) 1983-84 (11-2) 1962-63 (8-0) 1988-89 (5-3) 1937 (4-1) 2008-09 (4-3) 1984-85 (2-1) 2008-09 (3-2) 1985-86 (7-0) ————— 1996-97 (6-4) 1996-97 (5-3) 1905 (3-2) 1996-97 (5-2) ————— 1998-99 (2-1) 1997-98 (9-3) 1965-66 (6-0) 1979-80 (8-2) ————— 1920 (5-0) 1917 (2-1) 1920 (16-0) 1913 (7-2) 1907 (6-0) 1905 (3-0) 1916 (9-1) 1917 (9-0) 2010-11 (4-1) 1998-99 (14-1) 1994-95 (9-0) ————— 1997-98 (6-5) 1986-87 (4-2) 1990-91 (4-2) 1968-69 (9-4) ------------————— 1981-82 (10-3) 1969-70 (2-1) 1988-89 (4-3)

Last Opp. W 2011-12 (5-2) 2001-02 (5-2) ————— 1974-75 (4-1) ————— ————— 1993-94 (4-2) ————— ————— 1972-73 (7-6) ————— 1907 (3-0) ————— ————— ————— 1991-92 (15-5) 1930 (5-1) 1931 (5-1) 2008-09 (4-1) 1992-93 (3-2) 1938 (3-0) 2001-02 (4-0) ————— 2011-12 (2-1) 2011-12 (3-2) -------------1970-71 (5-4) 1966-67 (12-1) 1996-97 (3-0) 1997-98 (7-2) 1904 (4-1) ————— 1915 (2-1) 2009-10 (6-4) 1979-80 (10-8) 1972-73 (7-2) 1980-81 (10-6) 1920 (5-1) 1919 (1-0) 1914 (7-4) ————— ————— ————— ————— ————— ————— 2011-12 (3-0) ————— ————— 1966-67 (7-3) 1998-99 (5-1) 1983-84 (5-3) 2006-07 (3-0) ————— 2010-11 (5-3) 1908 (3-2) ————— 1972-73 (8-4) 1998-99 (4-1)

Opponent Series Started W Providence College 1952 8 Queen’s College 1940 2 Quinnipiac Univ. 1995-96 6 Rensselaer Poly. Inst. 1906 17 Rhode Island, Univ. of 1953 2 Riverview A.C. 1904 1 Riverview Military Acad.1905 2 Robert Morris 2010 1 Rochester Inst. Tech. 2006 2 Royal Bank (Canada) 1924 0 Royal Military College 1923 40 Rutgers Univ. 1962-63 1 Rye Hockey Club 1956 1 Ryerson Univ. 1982-83 15 Sacred Heart Univ. 1995-96 20 St. Anselm College 1971-72 11 St. Bonaventure Univ.1992-93 2 St. Clair College 2002-03 3 St. Lawrence Univ. 1948 2 St. Michael’s College1995-96 5 St. Nick’s (Club) 1922 17 St. Paul’s School 1905 1 St. Stephens 1929 4 Salem State 1973-74 3 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 2012-13 Opponents listed in bold

L 18 1 13 31 0 0 1 1 9 1 29 0 0 1 21 5 0 0 21 0 7 2 0 7 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 16 0 14 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 24 1 42

T 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 2 5 0 7 0 0 0 5 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 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

Pct. .315 .625 .325 .360 1.000 1.000 .667 .500 .291 .000 .572 1.000 1.000 .938 .489 .676 1.000 1.000 .104 1.000 .708 .333 1.000 .300 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 .500 1.000 .375 .000 1.000 .667 1.000 1.000 1.000 .400 .614 .667 .292

Last Army W 1967-68 (5-3) 1991-92 (7-6) 2002-03 (3-1) 2011-12 (3-2) 1954 (4-0) 1904 (8-1) 1908 (5-1) 2010-11 (3-2) 2008-09 (5-3) ————— 2011-12 (9-1) 1962-63 (15-0) 1956 (7-2) 2005-06 (3-1) 2011-12 (2-1) 1997-98 (5-3) 1992-93 (11-2) 2004-05 (5-2) 1985-86 (4-6%) 1999-00 (5-1) 1981-82 (8-6) 1906 (6-0) 1932 (9-0) 1991-92 (7-4) 1945 (9-5) 1999-00 (10-1) 2002-03 (4-3) ————— 1955 (7-2) ————— 1917 (4-3) 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) 1961-62 (5-4) ————— ————— 1985-86 (6-2) 1994-95 (10-1) 1992-93 (6-5) 1983-84 (15-1) 1989-90 (3-0) ————— 1997-98 (9-1) 1983-84 (7-4) 1976-77 (6-1) 1946 (18-4) 1961-62 (14-3) 1983-84 (13-3) 1996-97 (5-4) 1965-66 (4-2) 1995-96 (2-0)

Last Opp. W 1998-99 (6-2) 1940 (9-1) 2004-05 (2-0) 2007-08 (3-1) ————— ————— 1907 (3-0) 2011-12 (5-2) 2011-12 (5-3) 1924 (7-3) 2001-02 (3-2) ————— ————— 1982-83 (5-4) 2011-12 (5-3) 1981-82 (8-3) ————— ––––––––– 2009-10 (5-2) ————— 1982-83 (3-2) 1907 (2-0) ————— 1992-93 (3-2) ————— ————— ————— 1970-71 (5-2) ————— 1911 (2-1) 1915 (2-1) ————— ————— ————— ————— ————— ————— 1978-79 (5-2) ————— 1926 (4-1) 1946 (8-1) 1906 (9-7) 1956-57 (5-4) 2011-12 (8-1) ————— 2002-03 (8-4) 1917 (3-2) ————— 1968-69 (9-2) ————— ————— ————— 1982-83 (5-4) 1986-87 (2-1) 1966-67 (1-0) 1999-00 (5-1)

Army Hockey Atlantic Hockey Association Tournament

Date 2003-04 3/12

Opponent

Result

Round

Head Coach

AIC

L, 3-4

First

2004-05 3/9 3/12

AIC at Quinnipiac

W, 5-3 L, 0-2

First Second

Brian Riley Brian Riley

2005-06 3/1

at Bentley

L, 3-4 2 OT

First

Brian Riley

2006-07 3/10 3/16 3/17

Bentley W, 6-2 vs. Connecticut W, 3-1 vs. Air Force L, 1-6

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

Brian Riley Brian Riley Brian Riley

2007-08 3/7 3/8 3/15

AIC AIC vs. Mercyhurst

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

First First Semifinals

Brian Riley Brian Riley Brian Riley

2008-09 3/13 3/14

at Mercyhurst at Meryhurst

L, 2-6 L, 0-5

Quarterfinals Quarterfinals

Brian Riley Brian Riley

2009-10 3/12 3/13

at Air Force at Air Force

L, 0-3 L, 2-4

Quarterfinals Quarterfinals

Brian Riley Brian Riley

2010-11 3/5

AIC

L, 3-6

First Round

Brian Riley

2011-12 3/2 3/3

at Holy Cross at Holy Cross

L, 2-3 L, 2-5

First Round First Round

Brian Riley Brian Riley

Rob Riley

Army is 5-12 in AHA Tournament games. Brian Riley has a 5-11 playoff record.

Non-Conference Wins Under Brian Riley Date 2011-12 12/31

Opponent

Site

Conference

Result

vs. Rensselaer

Storrs, Conn.

ECAC Hockey

W, 3-2

2010-11 11/5

at Massachusetts Amherst, Mass.

Hockey East

W, 5-2

2009-10 11/31

at Rensselaer

Troy, N.Y.

ECAC Hockey

W, 2-1

2008-09 1/3

vs. #2 Miami

Columbus, Ohio

CCHA

W, 3-2

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Entering its ninth 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 five NCAA Division I men’s ice hockey conferences which owns an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament for its league champion. The addition of Robert Morris and Niagara during the 2010-11 season brought the total number of member institutions to 12. Air Force claimed last year’s tourament championships and automatic NCAA bid, a year afte RIT advanced all the way to the Frozen Four. Upset wins against Denver and New Hampshire helped the Tigers become the first AHA team to play in the Frozen Four. Prior to that, Air Force won three straight Atlantic Hockey Association Tournaments and pulled an upset in the NCAA Tournament three years ago. During the 2008-09 NCAA Tournament. 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 four seasons ago, is comprised of 12. The Air Force Academy made the switch from College Hockey America and was reunited with serviceacademy 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. The addition of Robert Morris and Niagara has changed the scheduling in the AHA. The teams are split into geographic scheduling pods and 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. Robert Morris is a private school near Pittsburgh, Pa., with an enrollment of 5,000 and competed in College Hockey America. Niagara is a private liberal arts university the Niagara River overlooking the Canadian province of Ontario. The team was a member of CHA. Atlantic Hockey was formed when Fairfield University and Iona College dropped their programs and the

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. 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 2010 RIT 6, Sacred Heart 1 2011 Air Force 1, RIT 0 2012 Air Force 4, RIT 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) 2010 RIT 2, (1) Denver 1 RIT 6, (3) New Hampshire 2 (2) Wisconsin 8, RIT 1 2011 (1) Yale 2, Air Force 1, OT 2012 (1) Boston College 2, Air Force 0

nine remaining schools in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference decided to break away from the multisport 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 governance 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,

COMMISSIONER ROBERT M. DEGREGORIO, JR. Robert M. DeGregorio, Jr., was introduced as Atlantic Hockey’s first commissioner on June 30, 2003. He oversees the 12 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 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.

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.

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FINAL 2011-12 ATLANTIC HOCKEY ASSOCIATION STANDINGS Air Force Niagara RIT Holy Cross Mercyhurst Bentley Robert Morris Connecticut Canisius American Int’l Army Sacred Heart

GP 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27

Conference Points Record Win% 36 15-6-6 0.667 35 14-6-7 0.648 34 14-7-6 0.630 34 15-8-4 0.630 34 15-8-4 0.630 33 13-7-7 0.611 31 13-9-5 0.574 27 12-12-3 0.500 23 10-14-3 0.426 15 6-18-3 0.278 11 3-19-5 0.204 11 4-20-3 0.204

GF 85 80 72 93 79 81 72 78 54 57 52 66

GA 52 53 52 70 68 59 58 67 74 98 96 122

GP 39 37 39 39 40 40 39 39 36 37 34 37

Record 21-11-7 17-11-9 20-13-6 20-15-4 20-16-4 16-16-8 17-17-5 16-19-4 10-22-4 8-26-3 4-23-7 6-28-3

Overall Win% GF 0.628 119 0.581 101 0.590 99 0.564 120 0.550 111 0.500 114 0.500 102 0.462 112 0.333 66 0.257 82 0.221 65 0.203 84

GA 83 81 86 107 116 109 103 105 111 137 120 173

2011-12 ATLANTIC HOCKEY ASSOCIATION MAJOR AWARD WINNERS Player of the Year ......................................................................................... Tim Kirby, Air Force Rookie of the Year ....................................................................................... Alex Grieve, Bentley Coach of the Year ............................................................................... Ryan Soderquist, Bentley Best Defensive Forward ..............................................................Nick Chiavetta, Robert Morris Defensemen of the Year .............................................................................. Tim Kirby, Air Force Individual Sportsmanship Award ............................................................ Mark Cornacchia, RIT Team Sportsmanship Award......................................................................................... Air Force Regular Season Scoring Trophy........................................... Brett Gensler, Bentley (23-27-50) Regular Season Goaltending Trophy ................................................. Chris Noonan (1.61 GAA) Regular Season Champions ......................................................................................... Air Force Tournament Champions ............................................................................................... Air Force

SCORING LEADERS

GOALTENDING LEADERS

Player ......................................................Points 1. Brett Gensler, Bentley ..................23-27-50 2. Cole Schneider, UConn ................23-22-45 3. Kyle De Laurell, Air Force ............15-23-38 4. Adam Schmidt, Holy Cross ..........18-19-37 5. Alex Grieve, Bentley .....................15-19-34 6. Matt Gingera, Sacred Heart ........ 17-16-33 Brant Harris, UConn .....................18-15-33 Andrew Cox, Holy Cross ...............15-18-33 Brett Switzer, Bentley ...................14-19-23

Player .........................................................GAA 1. Chris Noonan, Niagara ........................1.61 2. Jason Torf, Air Force ............................1.73 3. Shane Madolora, RIT ...........................1.93 4. Stephen Caple, Air Force .....................2.16 5. Brandon Komm, Bentley .....................2.41 6. Matt Ginn, Holy Cross ..........................2.42 7. Brooks Ostergard, Robert Morris ........2.43 8. Garrett Bartus, UConn .........................2.55 9. Max Strang, Mercyhurst ......................2.68 10. Dan Morrison, Canisius .....................2.81

Player .................................................... Goals 1. Cole Schneider, UConn ........................... 23 Brett Gensler, Bentley ............................. 23 3. Adam Schmidt, Holy Cross ..................... 18 Brant Harris, UConn ................................ 18 5. Matt Gingera, Sacred Heart ................... 17 6. Adam Pleskach, AIC ................................ 16 John Kruse, Air Force .............................. 16 8. Kyle De Laurell, Air Force ....................... 15 Alex Grieve, Bentley................................. 15 Andrew Cox, Holy Cross .......................... 15 Brandon Nunn, Holy Cross ..................... 15

Player .................................Save Percentage 1. Chris Noonan, Niagara .........................944 2. Shane Madolora, RIT ............................931 3. Jason Torf, Air Force .............................929 4. Brooks Ostergard, Robert Morris .........928 5. Max Strang, Mercyhurst .......................927 6. Garrett Bartus, UConn ..........................923 7. Branden Komm, Bentley .......................923 8. Tony Capobianco, Canisius ..................913 9. Dan Morrison, Canisius ........................911 10. Stephen Caple, Air Force ....................911

2011-12 ATLANTIC HOCKEY ASSOCIATION PLAYOFFS First Round Series Holy Cross def. Army, 2-0 Bentley def. Sacred Heart, 2-1 Connecticut def. Canisius, 2-0 Robert Morris def. AIC, 2-1 Quarterfinals Series Mercyhurst def. Holy Cross, 2-1 RIT def. Bentley, 2-1 Air Force def. Connecticut, 2-1 Niagara def. Robert Morris, 2-0 Semifinals Air Force 5, Mercyhurst 2 RIT 2, Niagara 1 (OT) Finals Air Force 4, RIT 0 NCAA Tournament Boston College 2, Air Force 0

2011-12 ATLANTIC HOCKEY ASSOCIATION ALL-CONFERENCE First Team Kyle De Laurell, F, Air Force Brett Gensler, F, Bentley Cole Schneider, F, Connecticut Tim Kirby, D, Air Force Scott Mathis, D, Air Force Shane Madolora, G, RIT Second Team Michael Colacecchia, F, RIT John Kruse, F, Air Force Adam Schmidt, F, Holy Cross Alex Gerke, D, Connecticut Chris Haltigin, D, RIT Chris Noonan, G, Niagara Third Team Matt Gingera, F, Sacred Heart Adam Pleskach, F, AIC Cody Crichton, F, Robert Morris Trent Bonnett, D, Bentley Nick Jones, D, Mercyhurst Branden Komm, G, Bentley All-Rookie Team Alex Grieve, F, Bentley Dan Bahntge, F, Mercyhurst Brett Switzer, F, Bentley Tyson Wilson,D, Robert Morris Tyler Shiplo, D, Mercyhurst Matt Ginn, G, Holy Cross

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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 108th year of intercollegiate hockey. Six 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 10th 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. During the 2007-08 season, 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 (112) and Harvard (109). The Black Knights have won 1,086 games and boast a winning percentage of .532. Army hockey has produced three players and one coach that have represented the United States in Olympic and other international competitions and also had a few individuals make name for themselves 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. 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.

Jack Riley after leading the 1960 U.S. men’s hockey team to Olympic gold Throughout its history, the West Point hockey program has built a strong reputation as a highly competitive opponent relying on hard-nosed, 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 during 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. 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

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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 195253 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.” 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 1995-96. 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 and leading the Black Knights to the playoffs in each of his seasons as head coach. 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 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 1974-75 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, also pursued a professional career. He competed for the Youngstown Steelhounds of the Central Hockey League for 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, named the Defenseman of the Year that same season, became Army’s first two-time first-team Atlantic Hockey all-star with honors his junior and senior seasons and was signed to a free agent contract by the Boston Bruins organization before pursuing his military commitment. After completing his military requiresments, McKelvie re-signed with the Bruins and spent part of training camp in the NHL before before assigned to the American Hockey League.

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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.” A brief hiatus followed the 3-3 tie in Kingston, Ontario on Feb. 11, 2006 but the rivalry has been renewed and at least two more games are scheduled. On the heels of Army’s 9-1 victory last season, RMC will again visit West Point on Jan. 26, 2012. The series will then shirt to Canada next season. A grudge match that spans international borders and began with Brig. Gen. Douglas MacArthur and Maj. Gen. Sir Archibald MacDonnell 78 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 six of the eight meetings to hold an 11-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 participates 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

ARMY VS. RMC SERIES Overall Series: Army leads, 40-29-7 Army Record at West Point: 26-12-1 Army Record in Kingston: 14-17-6 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 openair 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.” In commemoration of that first game, RMC presented a cup known as the “Challenge Trophy” to the United States Military Academy.

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.

Date ........ Score ...................................Site 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.

Date ........ Score ...................................Site 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. 02/04/11 . Army 9, RMC 1 ..... West Point, N.Y.

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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 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 their 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

Former Army coach Jack Riley and former RMC mentor Danny MacLeod helped drop the first puck before a 9-1 Army win on Feb. 4, 2012 at West Point. 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 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 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. Four years ago, Army and RMC skated to a 3-3 draw in Kingston. Together, the Riley family has accounted for 37 of Army’s 39 wins in the history of the series. Brian Riley earned his second win during the 2011-12 season with a 9-1 victory. MacLeod and Jack Riley were part of a ceremonial puck drop as the series resumes. Although the rivalry began as a hockey-only 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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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 in 2007-08. 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.

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

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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

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 campaign in NCAA history. Merhar was the first to do it, with a Dave Rost magical 57-goal, 50assist 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. Prior to Merhar’s 107-point season, the previous school record had belonged to Mike Thompson, 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

who totaled 66 points in 1963-64. 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 seasonhigh 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.

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 All-American. He finished his career as Army’s all-time leading scorer with 330 points, while also establishing an NCAA Division II record. In addition, Rost set the school’s 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 NovemDave Merhar ber 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

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Year 1977 1977 1988 1990 1991 2002 2002 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011

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 Team Army .......................................................Team Sportsmanship Award Cody Omilusik ................................................Second Team (All-AHA) Marcel Alvarez ....................................Second Team (All-AHA) Army .......................................................Team Sportsmanship Award Marcel Alvarez ....................................Second-Team (All-AHA) Cody Omilusik ....................................................Third-Team (All-AHA)

2006 2007 2008

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

2006 2008 2009 2010 2010

NCAA FROZEN FOUR SKILLS CHALLENGE PARTICIPANTS Brad Roberts .............................................................................Goalie Luke Flicek ............................................................................. Forward Zach McKelvie................................................................ Defenseman Owen Meyer ........................................................................... Forward Brian Riley ................................................................................. Coach

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2005 2006

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

2007

................................................... 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 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

2010

Kyle Maggard ..................................................... AHA Scholar-Athlete .................................................................Academic All-Star Team (F) Ryan Leets ....................................................... AHA Scholar-Athlete ................................................................ Academic All-Star Team (G) ....................................................... Atlantic Hockey Academic Team: Ryan Leets, Kyle Maggard, Marcel Alvarez, Jay Clark, John Clark, Danny Colvin, Pat Copeland, Bill Day, Mark Dube, Mike Hull, Cody Ikkala, Alex McRae, Cheyne Rocha, Pat .Ryan, Chris Spracklen, Eric Sefchik

2010

Jay Clark ...............................................CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine ....................................................................... Third Team All-America

2011

Ryan Leets ....................................................... AHA Scholar-Athlete ................................................................ Academic All-Star Team (G) Kyle Maggard ..........................................Academic All-Star Team (F) Cheyne Rocha ..................................... Academic All-Star Team (D) ....................................................... Atlantic Hockey Academic Team: Ryan Leets, Kyle Maggard, Cheyne Rocha, Marcel Alvarez, Jon Bobb, Jay Clark, John Clark, Danny Colvin, Pat Copeland, Bill Day, Mark Dube, Cody Ikkala, Pat Ryan, Mike Santee, Brian Schultz, Bryant Skarda, Chris Spracklen

2012

Ryan Leets................................. CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine ......................................................... Second Team All America Ryan Leets ....................................AHA Student-Athlete of the Year Cheyne Rocha ..............................AHA Student-Athlete of the Year ....................................................... Atlantic Hockey Academic Team: Ryan Leets, Cheyne Rocha, Marcel Alvarez, Jack Barnes, Jon Bobb, John Clark, Danny Colvin, Mark Dube, Mike Hull, Cody Ikkala, Bret Larson, Kyle Maggard, Alex McRae, Josh Richards, Pat Ryan, Brian Schultz, Bryant Skarda, Matt Walsh

CURRENT PLAYERS LISTED IN BOLD

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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 George Clark s e r v e d overseas in Berlin as well as in the states at Barksdale AFB in Louisiana. He died in a crash near Langley AFB in Virginia on Jan. 19, 1954, after achieving the rank of major. T h e Beukema A w a r d , which was initiated in Dave Rost 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 the past 58 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 illustrious company of former greats: Dave Merhar, 1968-69; Mike Fairman 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. Both Carpenter and Dudek, recruited forwards under former coach Rob Riley, switched to defense during their careers to help a unit that lacked depth. Carpenter and Dudek made the transition effortlessly, authoring all-star camDave Merhar paigns in the process. Boyle

BEUKEMA AWARD RECIPIENTS

Mike Hull 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. Following 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 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. Forward Eric Sefchik claimed the honor following the 2010 season. The center and captain led the team in scoring with 35 points after tallying a team-best 24 assists and 11 goals. He scored two short-handed goals. Cody Omilusik, who shared the team scoring lead with 31 points and posted team-best totals of 18 goals and seven power play goals, collected the honor the following season, the second straight year a forward earned the honor. Mike Hull made it three straight seasons for a forward in 2011-12. Hull shared the team scoring lead with 25 points on eight goals and 17 assists. He scored three power play goals as well. The team captain has earned Army hockey’s highest award for four straight seasons.

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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* 2010 Eric Sefchik ............................ Forward* 2011 Cody Omilusik ........................ Forward* 2012 Mike Hull ................................ Forward* * Denotes Team Captain

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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. 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. 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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 Eric Sefchik F Cody Omilusik F Marcel Alvarez 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 accident 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 2010 2011 2012

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 Cheyne Rocha D Dax Lauwers D Mac Lalor 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.” The Michael J. Gunning Award is named in honor of the late Cadet letterman that died Oct. 12, 1996, following a hit-and-run 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 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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 Brady Dolim F Bryce Hollweg F Will Ryan F Ken Rowe F Pat Copeland D Kyle Maggard D

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 was honored in 2009 for his tireless work ethic behind the scenes during his four years with the program. Chief Warrant Officer 5 Dan Jollota, the president of the Army Hockey Parents’ Association and an Officer Representative, was presented with the honor in 2010 before departing West Point to continue his military service. Jon Greaney, a four-year manager with the hockey program, was presented with the award in 2012. 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

DEREK S. HINES AWARD RECIPIENTS Sid Rosner Dave Weyant Tim Kelly Dave Horvath CW 5 Dan Jollota Ryan Yanoshak Jon Greaney

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ASSISTS

GOALS

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 Cody Omilusik ........................... 18 Cody Omilusik ........................... 18 Andy Starczewski ................ 13

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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 Eric Sefchik ............................... 34 Danny Colvin ............................. 22 Mike Hull ....................................17

current players listed in bold

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POINTS

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 Eric Sefchik ............................... 35 Danny Colvin ..............................31 Cody Omilusik ............................31 Mike Hull ................................... 25

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 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

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 Jay Clark Ryan Leets Rob Tadazak

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 32 15 11

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 11-16-5 4-8-3 0-8-2

Saves 455 542 601 492 546 601 527 536 413 440 484 574 737 641 703 801 456 770 691 587 810 528 815 465 623 389 537 566 289 458 671 464 404 507 486 106 247 405 537 686 737 542 364 577 887 519 905 770 417 931 806 686 731 937 467 317

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 .908 .916 .908

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 95 43 32

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 3.00 2.91 3.20

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 1 0 0

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. 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

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GOALS

GOALIE WINS

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 Owen Meter ‘10 ...................................66 16. Frank Keating ’82 ................................65 17. Ted Crowley ’60 ...................................63 18.Kenny Smith ’67 ..................................62 19. Mike Fairman ’01 ................................61 Dan Cox ’83 .........................................61 Bart Barry ’65 ......................................61

ASSISTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

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

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

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. Jay Clark ‘11 .................................. 2,390 4. Daryl Chamberlain ’98 .................. 2,103 5. Dan Scioletti ’71 ............................ 2,081 6. Scott Hamilton ’02 ........................ 2,054 7. Brooks Chretien ’91 ...................... 1,861 8. Josh Kassel ‘09 ..............................1,817 9. Jeff Snow ’83 ................................. 1,795 10. Jim Stenson ’85............................. 1,656

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. Jay Clark ‘11 .................................... 2.99 8. Daryl Chamberlain ’98 .................... 3.00 9. Dick Newell ’67................................ 3.04 10. Scott Hamilton ’02 .......................... 3.30

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 22. 23. 24. 25. 27. 28. 31.

SAVE PERCENTAGE 1. Jack Shepard ’63 ............................ .920 2. Josh Kassel `09 .............................. .909 3. Jay Clark ‘11 .................................... .908 4. Brad Roberts ’06 ............................. .906 5. Ron Chisholm ’62 ............................ .905 6. Eric Gorzelnik ’72 ..............................901 7. Corey Winer ’00 ............................... .899 8. Neil Mieras ’64 ................................ .896 9. Dan Scioletti ’71 .............................. .895 10. Scott Hamilton ’02 ............................891

35. 36. 37. 38. 40. 41. 42. 43.

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

46. 48. 49. 51. 54. 55.

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 Owen Meyer ’10 ..................56-55-111 Mark Stachelski ’95 ...........46-65-111 Matt Wilson ’87 .................. 50-61-111 Bob Nabb ’86...................... 41-68-109 Bill McCarthy ’84 ................ 35-74-109 Cody Omilusik ‘11...............58-58-108 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

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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 GOALS Dave Merhar, 1968-69 ...............................57 George Clark, 1974-75 ...............................47 George Clark, 1973-74 ...............................47 Dave Rost, 1976-77 ................................... 43 Tom Rost, 1979-80 .................................... 40 George Clark, 1972-73 .............................. 39 Mike Symes, 1983-84 ............................... 38 Ed Collazzo, 1981-82..................................37 Ed Collazzo, 1980-81..................................37 Rick Berube, 1992-93 ............................... 34 Tom Rost, 1976-77..................................... 34 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 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 SAVES Jay Clark, 2009-10 ................................... 937 Brad Roberts, 2005-06 ........................... 931 Brad Roberts, 2002-03 ........................... 905 Scott Hamilton, 2000-01 ......................... 887 Dan Dorsey, 1978-79............................... 815

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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 SAVE PERCENTAGE 1. Josh Kassel, 2007-08 ............................. .925 2. Jack Shepard, 1962-63 .......................... .920 3. Ron Chisholm, 1961-62 ......................... .919 4. Josh Kassel, 2006-07 ............................. .914 5. Brad Roberts, 2002-03 .......................... .913 6. John Yaros, 2001-02............................... .912 7. Brad Roberts, 2005-06 .......................... .908 Jay Clark, 2009-10 ................................. .908 9. Daryl Chamberlain, 1995-96 ................. .907 10. Dick Newell, 1964-65 ............................. .906

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2.

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 Daryl Chamberlain, 1995-96 .......................9 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

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) INDIVIDUAL 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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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

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)

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 (.530)

.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 1990-91 8 18 3 1991-92 13 17 1 1992-93 16 11 1 1993-94 14 16 0 1994-95 20 13 1 1995-96 24 9 1 1996-97 19 13 2 1997-98 18 15 1 1998-99 16 16 3 Decade Record: 158-144-17 (.522)

.400 .328 .435 .589 .467 .603 .721 .588 .544 .500

93 104 138 133 123 173 164 158 156 133 1375

113 121 163 86 121 106 81 119 106 104 1120

Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley

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 2000-01 14 20 1 2001-02 11 18 6 2002-03 18 16 0 2003-04 12 18 3 2004-05 11 21 3 2005-06 12 18 7 2006-07 19 12 5 2007-08 19 14 4 2008-09 11 19 6 Decade Record: 140-174-37 (.452)

.424 .414 .400 .529 .409 .357 .419 .597 .568 .388

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

2009-10 11 18 7 2010-11 11 20 4 2011-12 4 23 7 Decade Record: 26-61-18 (.333)

.403 .371 .221

98 86 65 249

114 115 120 349

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Eric Sefchik Cody Omilusik, Pat Copeland Marcel Alvarez, Mike Hull

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8,995

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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

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

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 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 1907 (3-6) COACH: CAPT. ROBERT FOY Trinity W, 1-0 Riverview Military Acad. L, 0-3 Newburgh Academy W, 6-0 London Field Club L, 0-3 Rensselaer L, 1-2 Cutler School W, 7-1 Cornell L, 0-4 St. Paul’s School L, 0-2 Albany H.S. 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 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

1921 (0-2-1) COACH: TALBOT HUNTER Springfield Y.M.C.A. T, 3-3 Williams L, 2-3 Hamilton L, 1-5

The 1922 squad went 5-3-1 under Talbot Hunter 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

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

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

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

1913 (5-1) COACH: LT. PHILIP GORDON MIT N. Y. Military Academy Amherst Trinity New York University Norwich

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

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 1919 (2-2) COACH: CAPT. PHILIP DAY Brooklyn Hockey Club W, 1-0 Crescent Athletic Club W, 2-1 Boston College L, 4-5 N.Y. Military Academy L, 0-1

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

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 L, 3-7 J12 Penn L, 1-2 J23 Bates L, 0-1 F2 MIT W, 2-0 F9 Mass. Agr. College W, 3-2 Union W, 6-2 F16 at RMC L, 5-10 F23 Boston College L, 3-6 1925 (3-3-1) COACH: RAY MARCHAND Union MIT Bates Boston University Amherst Princeton F22 RMC

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

Hamilton Williams Princeton Union F25 at RMC

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 1935 (4-5-1) COACH: RAY MARCHAND

The 1940 team under Ray Marchand 1926 (3-6) COACH: RAY MARCHAND Dartmouth Bates Boston College Amherst Boston University Mass. Agr. College Syracuse Middlebury Williams

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

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

1928 (1-8) COACH: RAY MARCHAND Clarkson Bates Mass. Agr. College Boston University Dartmouth Middlebury Amherst F18 RMC Williams

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

1929 (3-9) COACH: RAY MARCHAND St. Stephen’s W, 5-2 Williams L, 0-10 Mass. Agr. College L, 1-3 Bates L, 0-5 New Hampshire L, 1-5 MIT L, 2-5 Dartmouth L, 0-9 Amherst L, 3-4 Colgate L, 1-8 Norwich W, 3-1 F23 at RMC L, 3-8 Rensselaer W, 4-1

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

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 L, 0-10 Mass. Agr. College L, 1-5 Bates W, 7-1 Boston University L, 2-4 MIT L, 2-3 New Hampshire L, 0-2 Vermont W, 4-2 Rensselaer W, 8-0 St. Stephen’s W, 8-0 M7 at RMC L, 5-7 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 Williams Boston University Yale New Hampshire

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

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

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 W, 4-1 New Hampshire L, 1-2 Union W, 3-2 Colgate L, 1-2 Hamilton W, 5-1 Williams L, 1-3 Boston University L, 3-5 Middlebury W, 3-0 MIT W, 5-2 at RMC 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 Harvard Princeton Williams at Harvard Dartmouth Yale

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

F7 Massachusetts F14 MIT F18 Rensselaer F21 at Yale F28 at Dartmouth M7 RMC

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 Lehigh Yale Dartmouth Colgate Princeton Cornell Yale Dartmouth Toronto Harvard Clinton Athletic Club Manhattan Arrows

W, 18-4 W, 17-3 L, 4-5 L, 1-9 W, 10-3 W, 8-1 W, 9-4 L, 1-9 L, 1-11 L, 1-8 W, 4-3 L, 6-9 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 J24 Brown W, 3-2 J30 Boston University L, 3-4 J31 St. Lawrence W, 2-1

The 1951 season was the first for legendary coach Jack Riley F7 at Harvard F14 Lehigh F18 Massachusetts F21 Dartmouth F25 Middlebury F28 Williams M6 Clarkson M13 at Princeton

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 W, 5-3 J12 Princeton W, 3-1 J15 New Hampshire W, 4-3 J19 Lehigh W, 12-2 J22 Middlebury W, 5-2 J29 Boston University L, 3-4 F2 Clarkson L, 1-4 F5 at Yale L, 4-6 F12 Harvard L, 0-11 F16 Colgate L, 4-5 F19 Williams W, 3-2 F23 Hamilton W, 4-0 F26 at Dartmouth L, 1-9 M12 RMC W, 5-4 Clarkson 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

1952 (3-12) COACH: JACK RILEY J5 at Princeton L, 2-6 J12 Hamilton L, 2-4 J16 Yale L, 1-10 J19 Williams W, 8-0 J23 Middlebury L, 2-4 J26 Dartmouth L, 1-3 F2 Amherst L, 5-7 F6 Colby W, 7-3 F9 Boston University L, 3-6 F13 Rensselaer L, 1-9 F16 Harvard L, 1-9 F22 at St. Lawrence L, 2-8 F23 at Clarkson L, 1-7 M1 at RMC L, 4-7 Providence 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

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 L, 0-12 J9 at Princeton L, 1-7 J13 American Int’l W, 6-4 J16 Amherst W, 4-3 J23 Williams W, 6-3 J27 St. Lawrence L, 0-9 J30 Springfield W, 6-3 F3 Yale L, 1-6 F6 New Hampshire W, 8-2 F10 Middlebury L, 0-6 F12 at MIT W, 8-3 F13 at Boston Univ. L, 3-6 F17 Hamilton W, 3-2 F20 Massachusetts W, 9-5 F24 Rhode Island W, 4-0 F27 Dartmouth L, 2-4 M6 at RMC 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 L, 0-17 F26 at St. Lawrence L, 1-14 M1 Lehigh W, 11-2 M5 RMC 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

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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.

The 1962-63 team won 17 games 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 J28 at Dartmouth F1 Massachusetts F8 Hamilton F9 Amherst F11 Merrimack F18 Boston College F28 Providence M4 RMC #Boston Tournament

W, 6-1 L, 3-4 W, 6-1 W,, 4-0 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 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.

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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 L, 4-10 J15 Penn W, 7-2 J22 Dartmouth T, 1-1 (OT) J26 Colby W, 5-2 J29 Yale W, 6-2 F4 at Hamilton W, 14-3 F5 at Colgate L, 1-7 F8 New Hampshire W, 6-0 F12 Boston University L, 1-2 F18 at Providence W, 6-2 F19 at Boston College L, 2-6 F22 at Williams W, 7-3 F26 Northeastern L, 2-5 M1 Merrimack W, 3-1 M5 at RMC 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

The 1964-65 team posted a 17-7 mark 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 M2 Boston College M4 Merrimack M9 at RMC

L, 4-6 L, 1-7 L, 3-5 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.

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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 J16 St. Nick’s W, 3-0 J23 Northeastern W, 3-2 J26 at Williams L, 3-4 (OT) J27 at Yale L, 4-5 (OT) J30 Providence L, 0-3 F2 at Rensselaer T, 4-4 (OT) F6 at Brown L, 0-5 F11 Merrimack L, 3-5 F13 at American Int’l W, 5-1 F15 Connecticut W, 12-0 F20 Colgate W, 3-1 F22 at Dartmouth L, 3-5 F28 Boston College L, 2-5 M2 Vermont L, 1-4 M6 RMC 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 D8 MacDonald D9 MacDonald D13 Princeton D15 at College Mil. Royal D16 at College Mil. Royal J6 St. Nick’s J9 at Williams J13 Providence J20 St. Anselm J23 Connecticut J25 at Yale J27 New Hampshire J31 at Rensselaer

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

F3 American Int’l F5 Vermont F7 UMass-Lowell F10 at Brown F12 Norwich F15 Penn F17 Colgate F19 at Northeastern F24 Boston College F27 SUNY-Oswego M2 at Lake Forest M3 at Lake Forest M10 RMC

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

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 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 F17 New England College F21 at Boston College F22 at Bridgewater State F25 Norwich M1 at Bowdoin^ M8 RMC #Elmira, N.Y. Tournament ^ECAC Div. II Tournament

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

1975-76 (18-9-1) COACH: JACK RILEY D3 Ithaca D6 UMass-Lowell D9 Bridgewater State 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, 7-2 W, 10-6 W, 14-1 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.

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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 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

The 1983-84 team racked up 28 wins 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. 1981-82 (25-11) COACH: JACK RILEY O30 Kent State O31 Kent State N7 at St. Lawrence N11 at Elmira N14 at Norwich N20 SUNY Oswego N22 Brown N24 at Yale N25 Alaska Anchorage N27 Union D1 Westfield State D4 at UMass-Boston D5 at Middlebury D8 at Connecticut D10 UMass-Boston D12 at Upsala J2 St. Nick’s J4 at Boston State J6 at Holy Cross J7 at Framingham State J9 at Northeastern J16 St. Anselm’s J20 Williams J22 SUNY Cortland J23 SUNY Cortland J26 at Iona J29 Bentley F3 UMass-Lowell F6 at RMC F7 at Hamilton F10 Upsala F13 College Mil. Royal F20 Boston College

W, 9-3 W, 9-2 L, 5-7 W, 8-3 W, 5-2 L, 3-6 L, 6-10 L, 3-12 W, 7-2 W, 9-2 W, 8-5 W, 11-1 W, 7-0 L, 4-10 L, 5-7 W, 8-0 W, 8-6 W, 14-4 W, 8-4 W, 5-3 L, 2-11 L, 3-8 W, 6-5 W, 13-6 W, 7-3 W, 13-6 W, 8-2 W, 7-5 L, 3-4 L, 1-7 W, 12-3 W, 10-4 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 O29 Brock N2 at Elmira N5 at St. Lawrence N10 Westfield State N13 at Norwich N18 SUNY Oswego N21 Brown N25 Union N30 Framingham State D2 at Colby D3 at Bowdoin D9 Upsala D10 SUNY Cortland J1 SUNY Geneseo J4 at Holy Cross J6 Waterloo J7 Waterloo J12 Trinity J14 Merrimack J17 at Iona J24 Williams J27 Buffalo J28 Buffalo F1 UMass-Boston F4 St. Anselm’s F8 at Upsala F11 College Mil. Royal F16 American Int’l F18 at RMC F20 at Hamilton F24 at Boston College F26 at Middlebury M3 UMass-Lowell

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W, 6-3 W, 7-4 T, 3-3 (OT) L, 6-9 W, 13-3 L, 2-5 W, 7-3 W, 6-1 W, 5-4 W, 9-1 W, 5-2 L, 2-3 W, 10-1 W, 11-1 W, 4-0 W, 5-2 W, 7-5 W, 7-4 W, 5-1 W, 6-2 W, 5-1 W, 6-2 W, 12-3 W, 9-5 W, 11-2 W, 7-2 W, 15-1 W, 12-2 W, 16-3 L, 5-8 W, 4-2 L, 1-9 W, 7-4 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 W, 6-4 F9 RMC W, 6-4 F14 at American Int’l W, 6-5 F16 Merrimack W, 2-1 F23 at Babson L, 3-5 F26 Holy Cross W, 8-3

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

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

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 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

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

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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 1993-94 (14-16) COACH: ROB RILEY O16 at Providence L, 3-7 O22 Ryerson W, 8-3 O23 Ryerson W, 6-2 O30 Rensselaer L, 2-9 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.

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 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 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 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.

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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* W, 6-5 F10 RMC W, 7-1 F13 at Holy Cross* W, 4-3 F16 Sacred Heart* W, 4-1

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

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* J4 American Int’l*

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 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 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 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 (OT) 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

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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 vs. Connecticut^1 W, 3-1 M17 vs. 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 vs. Mercyhurst@ L, 2-4 *AHA Game # Toyota/UConn Classic ! AHA First-Round Playoff Series @ AHA Semifinals, Rochester, N.Y. 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 Canisius* 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 2009-10 (11-18-7) COACH BRIAN RILEY O9 at Nebraska-Omaha! L, 4-6 O10 vs. St. Lawrence! L, 2-5 O17 at Merrimack L, 3-6 O24 Mercyhurst* T, 3-3 (OT) O25 Mercyhurst* L, 1-4 O30 at Colgate T, 4-4 (OT) O31 at Rensselaer W, 2-1 N16 at RIT* L, 1-6 N17 at RIT* L, 1-2 N13 AIC* W, 2-1

N14 at AIC* L, 0-2 N20 at Bentley* W, 5-1 N21 at Bentley* L, 3-4 N27 Canisius* W, 4-1 N28 Canisius* W, 7-2 D4 Sacred Heart* W, 2-1 D5 Sacred Heart* W, 4-2 J2 at #18 Union L, 1-2 (OT) J8 at Sacred Heart* T, 3-3 (OT) J9 at Sacred Heart* L, 0-5 J15 at Canisius* L, 2-5 J16 at Canisius* T, 4-4 (OT) J22 Connecticut* W, 5-0 J23 Connecticut* L, 1-2 J29 Air Force* W, 4-2 J30 Air Force* T, 3-3 (OT) F5 at Holy Cross* L, 3-5 F6 at Holy Cross* W, 4-1 F12 RIT* L, 0-3 F13 RIT* L, 2-5 F19 at Mercyhurst* T, 4-4 (OT) F20 at Mercyhurst* L, 2-4 F26 at AIC* W, 8-6 F27 AIC* T, 2-2 (OT) M12 at Air Force^ L, 0-3 M13 at Air Force^ L, 2-4 *Atlantic Hockey contest ! Mutual of Omaha Icebreaker Tournament with Nebraska-Omaha, St. Lawrence and Massachusetts Lowell ^ Atlantic Hockey quarterfinal series 2010-11 (11-20-4) COACH BRIAN RILEY O9 vs. Colgate& L, 0-1 017 Holy Cross* L, 4-5 (OT) O23 Connecticut* L, 2-3 O29 at Canisius* L, 0-4 O30 at Canisius* W, 2-1 N5 at Massachusetts W, 5-2 N12 at Mercyhurst* L, 0-4 N13 at Mercyhurst* L, 1-4 N19 AIC* W, 9-3 N20 Sacred Heart* T, 4-4 (OT) N26 Niagara* L, 1-4 N27 Niagara* W, 4-1 D4 Colgate L, 0-3 D10 Bentley* W, 3-1 D11 at #13 Union L, 2-6 D28 Russian Junior (exh) L, 4-11 D30 Merrimack L, 1-2 (OT) J1 vs. Harvard! L, 2-4 L J2 vs. Ohio State! L, 3-5 J7 RIT* T, 1-1 (OT) J8 RIT* L, 2-5 J14 at Air Force* L, 1-5 J15 at Air Force* W, 5-4 J21 Robert Morris* W, 3-2 J22 Robert Morris* T, 2-2 (OT) J28 at Bentley* L, 1-2 J29 at Bentley* T, 1-1 (OT) F4 Connecticut* L , 2-4 F5 at Connecticut*@ W, 5-3 F11 at Holy Cross* L, 1-5 F12 at Holy Cross* L, 0-6 F18 AIC* W, 6-4 F19 at American Int’l*# W, 4-1 F25 Sacred Heart* W, 4-1 F26 at Sacred Heart*$ L, 1-5 M5 AIC^ L, 3-6

&Cape Cod Classic, Hyannis, Mass. *Atlantic Hockey Association game !Catamount Cup with Vermont, Harvard and Ohio State # at Rentschler Field, East Hartford, Conn. $ at Arena at Harbor Yards, Bridgeport, Conn. @ at Xcel Center, Hartford, Conn. ^Atlantic Hockey first round 2011-12 (4-23-7) COACH BRIAN RILEY O8 #11 Union L, 1-8 O14 Connecticut* L, 0-5 O15 at #13 Merrimack L, 2-3 O22 vs. #14/16 Colgate& T, 2-2 (OT) N4 at RIT* T, 2-2 (0T) N5 at RIT* L, 3-5 N11 at Sacred Heart* W, 2-1 N12 Bentley* L, 1-4 N18 at American Int’l* T, 3-3 (OT) N19 Brown T, 1-1 (OT) N25 at Robert Morris* L, 2-5 N26 at Robert Morris* T, 3-3 (OT) D2 Mercyhurst* L, 1-2 D3 Mercyhurst* T, 3-3 (OT) D10 at Holy Cross* L, 1-3 D29 at Connecticut!* L, 0-2 D30 vs. RPI! W, 3-2 J6 Canisius* L, 2-4 J7 Canisius* L, 1-2 J13 at Niagara* L, 1-5 J14 at Niagara* L, 0-3 J20 Air Force* T, 3-3 (OT) J21 Air Force L, 2-4 J27 Bentley* L, 2-6 J28 at Bentley* W, 3-1 F4 RMC W, 9-1 F7 at Connecticut* W, 4-2 F10 Holy Cross* L, 1-6 F11 Holy Cross* L, 2-4 F17 at American Int’l* L, 2-5 F18 American Int’l* L, 2-3 F24 at Sacred Heart* L, 3-5 F25 Sacred Heart* L, 3-5 M2 at Holy Cross^ L, 2-3 M3 at Holy Cross^ L, 2-5 *Atlantic Hockey Association contest & Cape Cod Classic, Hyannis, Mass. ! Toyota/UConn Classic with Connecticut, RPI and UMass-Lowell ^Atlantic Hockey Association first round playoff series

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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, Maurice M., (D; 5-9-14), 2011-12 ...........................................2015 Alvarez, Marcel S., (D; 14-59-73), 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12 .............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; 17-12-29), 2007-08, 08-09, 09-10, 10-11 .............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: 2-5-7), 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12 ........................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 Bobb, Jonathan W. (F; 0-1-1), 2009-10, 10-11, 22-12 .........................2013 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, 98-99 ....1999 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 Cadieux, Anthony M. (G) 2010-11 .................................................................2014 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, 01-02 ....2002 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; 2.99, .908), 2007-08, 08-09, 09-10, 10-11 .....................2011 Clark, John L. (D; 0-14-14), 2009-10, 10-11, 11-12 .............................2013 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, Daniel E., (F; 23-57-80), 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12 ................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; 0-9-9), 2007-08, 08-09, 09-10, 10-11 ................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

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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. *statistics incomplete 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., (F; 6-9-15), 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12 ........................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., (25-13-38), 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12 .......................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 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, 04-05 ....2005 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

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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 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 Henderson, Michael D. (F; 7-3-10), 2010-11, 11-12....................................2014 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., (D; 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; 29-70-99), 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12 .................2012 I-I-I Ikkala, Cody D. (D; 1-5-6), 2009-10, 10-11, 11-12 ...............................2013 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 Lalor, Maclean, J., (D; 4-6-10), 2011-12 ..............................................2015 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 Larson, Bret R., (D; 0-3-3), 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12 ..................2012 Lauwers, Dax E. (D; 1-2-3), 2010-11 .............................................................2014 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 Leets, Ryan S., (G; 3.30, .899), 2009-10, 10-11, 11-12.......................2013 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; 17-20-31) 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12 ..................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

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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, 2-5-7), 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12 .........................2012 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; 66-66--132), 2006-07, 07-08, 08-09, 09-10 ................2010 Mieras, Cornelius E., (G; 2.28; .896), 1963-64 ............................................1964 Migliaro, Christopher S., (F; 14-16-30), 2002-03, 03-04, 04-05, 05-06 ....2006 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 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; 58-50-108), 2007-08, 08-09, 09-10, 10-11 ...........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, 75-76 .... 1976 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; 6-10-16), 2007-08, 08-09, 09-10, 10-11 .............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 Richards, Joshua M., (F; 1-1-2), 2011-12 ............................................2015 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 Rocha, Cheyne (D; 3-12-15), 2009-10, 10-11, 11-12 ..........................2013 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, Patrick J., (D; 1-0-0), 2009-10, 10-11, 11-12.....................................2012 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 Santee, Michael L. (F, 9-10-10), 2009-10, 10-11.................................2013 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

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Schultz, Brian C., (F; 2-4-6), 2010-11, 11-12 .......................................2014 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; 25-56-81), 2006-07, 07-08, 08-09, 09-10 ...................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 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; 21-31-52), 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12 ...............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, 3-2-5), 2007-08, 08-09, 09-10, 10-11 .......2011 Spracklen, Joseph R., (G, 2.85, .908) 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 Starczewski, Andrew J., (F; 28-25-53), 2009-10, 10-11, 11-12 ..........2013 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 T-T-T Tadazak, Robert E., (G; 3.20/.908), 2011-12 ......................................2015 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 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 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 Walsh, Matthew J., (G; 0.00/.000), 2011-12 .......................................2013 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), 1966-97, 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 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 Z-Z-Z Zaremba, Zachariah E., (F; 5-6-11), 2011-12 ......................................2015 Zitzman, Kenneth F., 1931-32 .......................................................................1932

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