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Table of Contents Media Information................................................................................ 3–10 Media Policy......................................................................................................4 Sports Information.............................................................................................5 Bobcats Sports Network....................................................................................6 ECAC Hockey...............................................................................................7–8 ECAC Hockey Composite Schedule.......................................................... 9–10 Coaching & Support Staff................................................................... 11–18 Head Coach Rand Pecknold.................................................................... 12–14 Associate Head Coach Ben Syer.....................................................................15 Assistant Coach................................................................................................16 Support Staff............................................................................................ 17–18 2010–11 Season Preview.................................................................... 19–24 Alphabetical Roster.........................................................................................20 Numerical Roster............................................................................................21 Roster Breakdown/Pronunciation Guide........................................................22 2009–10 Season Outlook........................................................................ 23–24 Player Profiles...................................................................................... 25–56 Opponents.......................................................................................... 57–64 All-Time Series Results....................................................................................64 2009–10 Season In Review................................................................ 65–76 Season In Review...................................................................................... 66–67 Individual Statistics..........................................................................................68 Situational Statistics........................................................................................69 Box Scores................................................................................................ 70–76 History................................................................................................ 77–96 All-Time Results...................................................................................... 78–82 Program Records...................................................................................... 82–88 Year-by-Year Results........................................................................................83 All-Time Letter Winners.......................................................................... 89–90 All-Time Uniform Numbers.................................................................... 91–92 Men’s Ice Hockey Timeline..................................................................... 93–95 All-Time Captains...........................................................................................95 QU Athletic Hall of Fame...............................................................................96 About Quinnipiac.............................................................................. 97–108 Quinnipiac University....................................................................................98 President John L. Lahey/President’s Cabinet..................................................99 Athletics Staff/Athletics Council.......................................................... 100–105 QU Athletics Year in Review............................................................. 106–108 Credits The 2010–11 Quinnipiac University Men’s Ice Hockey Media Guide is an official publication of the Sports Information Department. Editor-in-Chief: Ken Sweeten. Editorial assistance provided by Greg Ott, Jack McDonald, Rand Pecknold, Ben Syer and Bill Riga. Production and design by Cynthia Greco. Graphic design and layout by Karen DeFelice. Copy editing assistance by Janet Waldman and Donna Pintek. Photography by John Hassett, Peter Aaron/ESTO, and courtesy of ECAC Hockey and 2010–11 opponent institutions. Printing by Media Graphics. Special thanks to Lynn Bushnell and Thea Moritz from the Quinnipiac Office of Public Affairs, and Steve Hagwell and Ed Krajewski from ECAC Hockey. Quinnipiac University is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal access to its programs, facilities and employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status or sexual orientation.

>> Q  UICK FACTS General Information Location Hamden, Conn. Enrollment 7,400 including law and graduate students Founded 1929 President John L. Lahey Faculty Athletic Representative Sean Duffy Director of Athletics & Recreation Jack McDonald (Boston College ’73) Senior Associate Athletic Director Bill Mecca (Niagara ’78) Associate AD/SWA Tracey Flynn (Connecticut ’83) Associate AD/Atheltic Training Ernie Hallbach (Connecticut ’89) Exec. Director, TD Bank Sports Center Eric Grgurich (Stonehill College ’97) Assistant AD/Academic Support Lyneene Richardson (Iowa ’96) Assistant AD/ Operations Andrew Castagnola (Quinnipiac ’03) Assistant AD/Intramurals Michael Medina (Maryland ’02) Assistant AD/Sports Information Ken Sweeten (So. New Hampshire ’00) Assistant AD/Compliance Bob Tipson (Plymouth State ‘68) Assistant AD/Men’s Basketball Academic Support Alyssa Budkofsky (Connecticut ‘01) Coordinator of Financial Services Amy Terry (Quinnipiac ’96) Title IX Coordinator Sarah Steele Men’s Ice Hockey Facts Head Coach Rand Pecknold (Connecticut College ’90) Record at Quinnipiac 301–201–47 (.591) Associate Head Coach Ben Syer (Western Ontario ’98, 11th Year) Assistant Coach Bill Riga (UMass Lowell ’96, 2nd Year) Volunteer Assistant Coach Justin Eddy (Quinnipiac ’04, 1st Year) Ice Hockey E-mail pecknold@quinnipiac.edu Hockey Office Phone 203-582-3435 TD Banknorth Sports Center Press Box Phone 203-582-3796 Nickname Bobcats Colors Blue and Gold Conference ECAC Hockey Affiliation NCAA Division I Arena TD Bank Sports Center (3,300) 2009-10 Final Record 20-18-2 (ECAC Tournament Quarterfinalist) 2009-10 ECAC Regular-Season Record/Finish 11-11-0/Seventh Last NCAA Tournament Appearance 2002 Letterwinners Returning/Lost 22/6 Sports Information Assistant AD/Sports Information/Men’s Ice Hockey Contact Ken Sweeten Office Phone 203–582–8625 Office Fax 203–582–5385 Email kenneth.sweeten@quinnipiac.edu Mobile Phone 203–859–8529 Assistant SID Greg Ott Office Phone 203–582–5387 Email gnott@quinnipiac.edu Graduate Assistants Ross Bennett, Lindsay Oliveri Athletics Web Site www.quinnipiacbobcats.com


Quinnipiac University Athletics Celebrates Decade of Division I

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s the 2010 calendar year comes to a close, Quinnipiac will celebrate its first full decade (2000 - 2010) at the Division I level. The Bobcats have shown great success in a small period of time, immediately announcing themselves on the Division I landscape with numerous NCAA Tournament appearances to the opening of the TD Bank Sports Center. Although Quinnipiac began Division I competition at the start of the 1998–99 season, the process began two years earlier when Quinnipiac President John L. Lahey sent a letter to the NCAA announcing Quinnipiac’s intention to enter the country’s highest athletic division. Jack McDonald, director of athletics and recreation, said it was necessary to make the switch to Division I because of potential student-athletes and other applicants interested in Quinnipiac. “Prospective students who were interested in Quinnipiac were also applying to Fairfield, Hartford, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine,” McDonald says. “We found the general interest of Quinnipiac had risen from a Division II/III school to a Division I school.” Since Quinnipiac’s official entrance into Division I on Sept. 2, 1998, the athletic department has experienced tremendous growth. The coaching staffs have made the transition from part-time to full-time, and the Athletic and Recreation Center has doubled in size. In 12 years the number of full-time staff members increased from about 25 to 65. Perhaps the most visible change was the opening of the 185,000-square-foot TD Bank Sports Center in January 2007, home of the men’s and women’s basketball and ice hockey teams. Despite the added emphasis on athletics, Quinnipiac continues to hold a reputation for high academic standards. Numerous teams and individual student-athletes have been nationally recognized for their work in the classroom over the last decade. “Every student-athlete goes to college for two reasons — to get a degree and make the NCAA tournament,” McDonald said. “Our graduation rate and GPA is higher than the rest of the student body. I’m very proud of that. Most student-athletes will never play professionally, but they all need their degree.” Over the course of the 2010–11 season, Quinnipiac will recognized

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special moments and players from the Bobcats’ first full decade at the Division I level. Because there were so many deserving moments in the last decade, it was extremely difficult to narrow down the list. For example, was announcing the “Bobcats” as the University’s new nickname on Aug. 27, 2002 one of the top moments, or the baseball team advancing to the 2005 NCAA Regionals against Texas? Maybe it was the men’s and women’s Ice Hockey teams’ invitation to ECAC Hockey on July 9, 2004, or was it the women’s soccer team winning Quinnipiac’s first-ever game at the Division I level in September 1998? The 200910 season alone could have produced three or top 10 moments with women’s cross country winning a NEC-record sixth straight championship, men’s basketball hosting the largest crowd in TD Bank Sports Center histor for the NEC Tournament Championship, men’s ice hockey ranked fourth nationally or women’s ice hockey hosting an ECAC Hockey Tournament series. Although the 2008–09 season marked the University’s first 10 years competing at the Division I level, there is even higher potential for the current decade. With all the successes the teams accomplished in the past, there is room for greater achievements in the future including: increasing the teams’ graduation rate and GPA, increasing the number of teams that advance to NCAA tournaments, and winning NCAA tournament games. The importance of strong academics and athletics advancing together is essential for greater success at the Division I level. “We’ve become such a successful program with a beautiful campus, great facilities, student-athletes who excel academically and coaches who do a great job with the total well-being of the studentathlete,” McDonald says. “It’s been a tremendous 10 years.”


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MEDIA POLICY 2010–11 MEDIA GUIDE

The 2010–11 Quinnipiac University Men’s Ice Hockey Media Guide is produced as a source of information for the media. Supplementary materials can be obtained either on the Web at www.quinnipiacbobcats.com or by contacting the sports information office.

WORKING PRESS CREDENTIALS

Press and photograph credentials are issued to members of the working media only. These credentials can be obtained from the sports information office. Upon acceptance, passes will be mailed or held at the ticket booth at the TD Bank Sports Center. Passes should be requested no later than 24 hours prior to a contest to ensure space availability.

MEDIA PARKING

All members of the media should plan to arrive at least one-half hour before the opening faceoff to ensure parking availability.

PRESS BOX FACILITIES/SERVICES

The press area at the TD Bank Sports Center is accessible from the ground level via the press box entryway. Per NCAA regulations, only credentialed members of the media, coaches, league officials and designated administrators are allowed into this area. All members of the working media will be provided with extensive game notes, statistics, line charts and rosters approximately 90 minutes before each contest. Scoring and shot charts will be provided at the end of each period, while a complete statistical package will be distributed immediately following the contest.

POST-GAME INTERVIEWS

the fall and spring semesters. All Quinnipiac players and coaches are available for interviews prior to, or following, practice with proper notification to the sports information office. Interviews are not granted on game days unless there are extenuating circumstances.

QU HOCKEY ON THE AIR

AM 1220 WQUN is the flagship station for the Bobcats Radio Network and Quinnipiac men’s ice hockey. In addition to men’s ice hockey, AM 1220 WQUN also will broadcast Quinnipiac men’s and women’s basketball. Nationally recognized CBS Network anchor/producer Bill Schweizer returns for his 14th season as the Bobcats’ play-by-play announcer.

RADIO/TV INFORMATION

The TD Bank Sports Center has phone and Internet connections available for visiting radio. Please contact the sports information office at least one week prior to a scheduled broadcast to ensure availability. Television crews are advised to shoot on the platform level on either side of the general admission seating.

WWW.QUINNIPIACBOBCATS.COM

Quinnipiac men’s ice hockey information is available on the Internet via www.quinnipiacbobcats.com. Game notes, schedules/results, statistics, rosters and game stories are available. Information about Quinnipiac’s 18 other varsity sports also can be obtained on this site.

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A press conference will be conducted in the media lounge of the TD Bank Sports Center following a 10-minute cooling-off period. The Quinnipiac locker room is closed to the media both for home and road games. A member of the Quinnipiac sports information staff will assist you in the interview process. Interviews with opposing players must be arranged with the opposing team’s SID. Reporters can file from the press box following the game.

Quinnipiac University, 305 Sherman Ave., Hamden, CT 06518 203-582-5212 Mailing address: 275 Mount Carmel Ave. (YH-MKT) Hamden, CT 06518-1908

INTERVIEW POLICIES

From Rt. 15 (Merritt Parkway): Take exit 61, Route 10 North (Whitney Avenue). Go for 2.7 miles and turn left onto Sherman Avenue. The sports center entrance is approximately 1/4 mile on the right.

All requests for interviews must be conducted through the sports information office. Requests must be made at least one day in advance to allow the player/coach to be properly notified. At no time will the player’s telephone or cell phone numbers be released to the media. However, if a telephone interview is necessary, arrangements can be made for the studentathlete to contact that member of the media. The preferred interview time to request head coach Rand Pecknold is from 2–5 p.m. during the season.

PRACTIVE COVERAGE

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Directions:

From I-91: Take exit 10 (Route 40 connector) to Route 10 North (Whitney Avenue). Go for 3/4 mile and make a left onto Sherman Avenue. The sports center entrance is approximately 1/4 mile on the right.

Web Site: www.quinnipiacbobcats.com University Switchboard: 203-582-8200 Directions to Quinnipiac: 203-582-8601 Admissions: 800-462-1944 or 203-582-8600 Press Row Phone: 203-582-3955


THE BOBCATS SPORTS NETWORK

Quinnipiac University’s Bobcats Sports Network comprises a multimedia platform that includes television, radio and online broadcast components. The Quinnipiac University Department of Athletics has announced the 2010-11 television schedule for men’s ice hockey and men’s and women’s basketball. The New England Sports Network will carry six games this season, including three men’s basketball games, two men’s ice hockey games and one women’s ice hockey game. The Madison Square Garden network (MSG), as part of the Northeast Conference Television Schedule, will feature three men’s basketball games and two women’s basketball games The Bobcats Sports Network consists of flagship radio station AM 1220 WQUN, which can be heard in Hamden and New Haven, Conn., as well as audiocasts available on www.quinnipiacbobcats.com and www. wqun.com. WQUN broadcast nearly all home and away games for men’s ice hockey and basketball. The Bobcats Sports Network also features numerous game highlights, comments and post-game shows on Apple iTunes, Twitter, YouTube and Facebook. All home regular-season games at the TD Bank Sports Center (men’s and women’s ice hockey and basketball) can be seen and heard via live and archived video streaming through the Bobcat Channel at www.quinnipiacbobcats.com. Live streaming is available through a paid game-by-game subscription, while archived broadcasts can be accessed at no cost. Nationally recognized CBS Network anchor/producer Bill Schweizer returns for his 13th season as the Bobcats’ men’s and women’s basketball, and men’s ice hockey play-by-play announcer. The 38-year broadcasting veteran has held numerous anchor and reporter experiences in several sports and high-profile events. Schweizer has broadcast seven Olympiads, including the 1984 Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles and the 1998 Olympic Winter Games in Nagano, Japan, and served as a radio play-by-play announcer for NFL Sunday Night Games. As a baseball broadcaster Schweizer has handled radio play-by-play for the MLB Game of the Week and served as co-host alongside former Detroit

Tigers’ great Alan Trammel on Inside Pitch, a two-hour baseball talk show that aired prior to the Sunday Night Baseball Broadcast on the CBS Radio Network. Schweizer continued his in-studio work as an anchor on ESPN Radio Sports Center and host of the 1997 ESPN Radio American BILL MECCA BILL SCHWEIZER League Championship Series broadcasts. He was also a play-by-play announcer for NCAA Basketball Regional action and the voice of the 1985 Villanova Wildcats during their NCAA National Championship season. Joining him in the broadcast booth as color analyst during basketball games again this year will be Bill Mecca, who serves as Quinnipiac University’s senior associate athletic director. Mecca also will provide oncamera interviews from ice level during hockey contests. The former men’s basketball head coach at Quinnipiac from 1991–96, Mecca has been an athletics department staff member since 1978 and is responsible for all internal operations of the program. From 1978–91 Mecca served as the men’s basketball assistant coach, men’s tennis head coach and assistant director of athletics. Mecca is also the founder of the Quinnipiac Roundball Golf Tournament, which has generated more than $100,000 in contributions to the athletic department over the past 15 years. Fox 61 WTIC-TV Sports Director Rich Coppola will assume analyst duties for the men’s ice hockey television broadcasts. Jayme Parker will also return this year to handle all side line reporting duties for men’s and women’s baseketball. In 2009, Bobcats Unleashed in HD debuted on NESN. The HD broadcast was teh first of its kind for a New England college broadcast and was the brain child of Peter Sumby, associate director of the Ed McMahon Communication’s Center, and Jack McDonald, director of athletics and recreation, and was enthusiastically endorsed by NESN. Bobcats Unleashed features Quinnipiac student-athletes, coaches and staff and is produced in high definition by Sumby and numerous undergraduate and graduate students from Quinnipiac’s school of communication.

2010–11 QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY TELEVISION SCHEDULE Sport Bobcats Unleashed in HD Men’s Basketball Bobcats Unleashed in HD Men’s Ice Hockey Bobcats Unleashed in HD Men’s Ice Hockey Bobcats Unleashed in HD Women’s Basketball Men’s Basketball Men’s Basketball Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball Men’s Basketball Men’s Ice Hockey Men’s Basketball

Date Opponent Saturday, Nov. 20, 2010 Saturday, Nov. 20, 2010 Vermont Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010 Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010 Princeton Saturday, Nov. 27, 2010 Saturday, Nov. 27, 2010 UMass Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2010 Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2010 Vermont Saturday, Dec. 11, 2010 Rhode Island Saturday, Jan. 15, 2011 Central Connecticut Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011 Robert Morris Monday, Feb. 14, 2011 Sacred Heart Monday, Feb. 14, 2011 Sacred Heart Friday, Feb. 18, 2011 Yale Saturday, Feb. 26, 2011 Fairleigh Dickinson

Time 2:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m.

Station New England Sports Network (NESN) NESN NESN NESN NESN NESN NESN NESN NESN NESN Madison Square Garden Network (MSG) MSG MSG Comcast New England MSG

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PRINT MEDIA New Haven Register 40 Sargent Drive New Haven, CT 06511-5918 Phone: 203-789-5657 Fax: 203-789-5253 Sports Editor: Sean Barker College Sports Writer: Bill Cloutier E-mail: bcloutier@nhregister.com Connecticut Post 410 State Street Bridgeport, CT 06604 Phone: 203-330-6210 Fax: 203-334-6935 Sports Editor: Gary Rogo E-mail: grogo@ctpost.com Hartford Courant 285 Broad Street Hartford, CT 06115 Phone: 800-524-4242, ext. 6764 Fax: 860-241-6600 College Basketball Writer: Tom Yantz E-mail: tyantz@courant.com The Associated Press (Hartford) 55 Farmington Ave., Suite 402

Hartford, CT 06105 Phone: 860-246-6876 Fax: 860-727-4003 Sports Director: Pat Eaton-Robb The Boston Globe 135 Morrissey Blvd. Boston, MA 02107 Phone: 800-232-2860 Fax: 617-929-2670 Boston Herald One Herald Square Boston, MA 02106 Phone: 800-234-5680 Fax: 617-619-6655 The Stamford Advocate 75 Tresser Blvd. Stamford, CT 06904 Phone: 203-964-2275 Fax: 203-964-2345 Sports Editor: Bob Kennedy The Waterbury Republican-American 389 Meadow Street Waterbury, CT 06722 Phone: 800-992-3232, ext. 355 Fax: 203-596-9277 Sports: Mark Jaffee

Elm City Newspapers 349 New Haven Avenue Milford, CT 06460 Phone: 203-876-6800 Fax: 203-877-4772 Sports Editor: Vinny Salzo Shore Line Newspapers 85 Wall Street, P.O. Box 608 Madison, CT 06443 Phone: 203-245-0839 Fax: 203-245-9437 Sports Editor: Hal Levy Record-Journal 11 Crown Street Meriden, CT 06450 Phone: 203-317-2206 Fax: 203-639-0210 Sports Editor: Bryant Carpenter The Chronicle Quinnipiac University 275 Mount Carmel Ave., P.O. Box 10 Hamden, CT 06518-1908 Phone: 203-582-5251, ext. 8358 Fax: 203-582-8098

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BROADCAST MEDIA WQUN AM-1220 Bill Schweizer 275 Mount Carmel Avenue Hamden, CT 06518-1908 Phone: 203-582-8984 Fax: 203-582-5372 WTNH-TV 8 (ABC) Noah Finz 8 Elm Street New Haven, CT 06510 Phone: 203-784-8842 Fax: 203-787-9698 WTIC-TV 61 (FOX) Rich Coppola One Corporate Center Hartford, CT 06103 Phone: 800-788-0852 Fax: 860-293-0178 WVIT-TV 30 (NBC) Kevin Nathan 1422 New Britain Ave. West Hartford, CT 06110 Phone: 860-521-8619 Fax: 860-521-4860 WFSB-TV 3 (CBS)

NESN sideline reporter Jayme Parker

Joe Zone 3 Constitution Plaza Hartford, CT 06103 Phone: 860-244-1708 Fax: 860-728-0263 News 12 CT (Indep.) 28 Cross Street Norwalk, CT 06851 Phone: 203-849-1321 Fax: 203-849-1327 New England Sports Network (NESN) 400 Arsenal Street, Building 1 Watertown, MA 02472 Phone: 617-536-9233 Fax: 617-536-7814 Q30 Peter Sumby 275 Mount Carmel Avenue Hamden, CT 06518-1908 Phone: 203-582-8974 Fax: 203-582-5310 Quinnipiac Bobcats Sports Network (QBSN) Corey Hersch & Alex Birsch 275 Mount Carmel Avemue Hamden, CT 06518-1908 Email: corey.hersch@quinnipiac.edu

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ECAC HOCKEY TRADITION: ECAC Hockey, “where hockey’s not just another tradition.” ECAC Hockey, as it exists today, was founded in 1961. The evolution began with an ‘informal’ conference, which witnessed prosperous years in the late ’60s and early ’70s and over the years progressed into one of the best college hockey leagues in the country. ECAC Hockey is one of six conferences that compete in NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Hockey Championships. The conference is comprised of 12 institutions filled with tradition, legendary players, coaches, and administrators who have paved the way for recognizing and celebrating yearly accomplishments on and off the ice. With a noteworthy past, collegiate ice hockey has been a mainstay with member institutions for nearly a century. On Jan. 19, 1898, less than two years after the first-ever college hockey game, Brown defeated Harvard in Boston, Mass., in the first college hockey game between the two schools still sponsoring the sport. ECAC Hockey has evolved into pure hockey. The rise to prominence has not been limited to the playing surface, as the league’s alumni has cemented itself with such identifiable labels as; integrity, sportsmanship, leadership, scholarship, pursuit of excellence and commitment.

INTEGRITY:

Prestigious play, fairness and respect have been values associated with former with former ECAC Hockey players that have been carried onto the next level. Today, many former players are enjoying careers and are respected on the next level in the National Hockey League (NHL). Former League standouts include Anaheim Ducks forwards George Parros (Princeton), and Todd Marchant (Clarkson); Atlanta Thrashers defenseman Grant Lewis (Dartmouth) and forwards Rich Peverley (St. Lawrence) and Todd White (Clarkson); Boston Bruins forward Byron Bitz (Cornell); Buffalo Sabres forward Dominic Moore (Harvard); Calgary Flames forward Craig Conroy (Clarkson); Carolina Hurricanes forward Erik Cole (Clarkson); Colorado Avalanche forwards T.J. Galiardi (Dartmouth) and David Jones (Dartmouth); Columbus Blue Jackets forward Craig MacDonald (Harvard); Dallas Stars forward Raymond Sawada; Florida Panthers defenseman Tanner Gladd (Dartmouth); Los Angeles Kings forwards Matt Moulson (Cornell), Kevin Westgarth (Princeton) and John Zeiler (St. Lawrence); Minnesota Wild forward Dominic Moore (Harvard); Montreal Canadiens forward Chris Higgins (Yale) and defenseman Ryan O’Byrne (Cornell); N.Y. Islanders defenseman Joe Callahan (Yale), goaltender Yann Dannis (Brown) and forward Mike Iggulden (Cornell); Ottawa Senators forward Jesse Winchester (Colgate); Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Randy Jones (Clarkson) and forward Darroll Powe (Princeton); Pittsburgh Penguins forward Craig Adams (Harvard) and defenseman Ben Lovejoy (Dartmouth); St. Louis Blues forward Andy McDonald (Colgate); San Jose Sharks forwards Tom Cavanagh (Harvard) and Ryan Vesce (Cornell) and defensemen Kent Huskins (Clarkson) and Doug Murray (Cornell); Tampa Bay Lightning defensemen Corey Murphy (Colgate) and Noah Welch (Harvard); Toronto Maple Leafs forwards Jeff Hamilton (Yale) and Lee Stempniak (Dartmouth); Vancouver Canucks defenseman Willie Mitchell (Clarkson); and Washington Capitals forward Chris Clark (Clarkson) and defenseman Brian Pothier (Rensselaer).

SPORTSMANSHIP:

Respect, hard work, and intense competition help mold some of the players into model student-athletes and citizens. Cornell head coach Mike Schafer, several current players and several alumni traveled in early June to the Dominican Republic to do some

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construction projects for a school. Among items the group finished were enclosing the water generator for drinking water and shielding it from the elements of hurricane season, extending a fence around the school and laying the foundation for a medical clinic; the entire league participated in a “Pink at the Rink” program wearing and selling special jerseys with proceeds benefiting the American Cancer Society and Hockey Coaches Care program; Harvard annually holds a youth hockey clinic for AllstonBrighton Youth Hockey, and several players run the non-profit Crimson City Hockey Clinic; Quinnipiac raised over $30,000 at Rand Pecknold’s Blades & Skates event to benefit St. Baldrick’s Children’s Cancer Research.

LEADERSHIP:

Delivering hockey and connecting strong values beyond the playing surface has produced its share of administrators in the National Hockey League (NHL). Peter Chiarelli (Harvard) is the general manager of the Boston Bruins; Joe Nieuwendyk (Cornell) is the general manager for the Dallas Stars, while Dave Taylor (Clarkson) serves as its director of player personnel; Mike Barnett (St. Lawrence) is currently serving as an adviser and scout for the New York Rangers, while fellow St. Lawrence University grad Ray Shero is the general manager of the Pittsburgh Penguins; Brent Flahr (Princeton) serves as the assistant general manager for the Minnesota Wild; Colgate alum David Conte is the executive vice president, hockey operations, for the N.J. Devils; St. Lawrence graduate Bill Torrey serves as the Florida Panthers’ alternate governor, while fellow Saints’ graduate Jacques Martin is the current head coach of the Montreal Canadiens and Randy Sexton is the assistant general manager for the Florida Panthers. In addition, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman is a Cornell graduate and NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daley is a graduate of Dartmouth.

SCHOLARSHIP:

It is been a primary goal of ECAC Hockey institutions to strive for academic achievement. It is instilled that all student-athletes not only excel in sports, but build character. Each year all teams boast several players on the all ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team. Few, if any, conferences have been able to produce a list of influential and successful alumni like ECAC Hockey. Scott Hanley (Brown) currently serves as director of sports and competition for ESPN X Games, while John McLennan (Clarkson) spent his career as CEO of Bell Canada. Some former ECAC Hockey players became inventors, like Colgate’s Ed Werner and John Haney, who invented the board game Trivial Pursuit.

PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE:

Since 2003 the Times Union Center has played host to the ECAC Hockey Championship. This exciting weekend has developed into more than a hockey tournament with packed houses and a special FanFest celebration. Over the last several years the league has witnessed an influx of players into the NHL. Over a dozen players having ECAC Hockey ties have been selected in the last two NHL Entry Drafts.

COMMITMENT:

The future of ECAC Hockey continues to develop, as it is consistently labeled as one of the premier conferences from top to bottom. Each year all 12 institutions strive to set new standards of excellence. The league continues to offers a variety to their fans and alumni including a television broadcasts of several games, including tournament games, newly designed conference web site with up-to-the-minute scoring updates, and a weekly radio report during the season.


SCOTTY M. WHITELAW CUP

WILLIAM J. CLEARY CUP

On March 16, 2001 at the 40th league championship in Lake Placid, N.Y., the ECAC Hockey paid tribute to retiring Harvard director of athletics William J. “Bill” Cleary Jr. by renaming its regularseason trophy the William J. Cleary Cup. Cleary, whose association with Harvard spanned six decades and included experiences as a student-athlete, coach and administrator, served as director of athletics since February 14, 1990, after 19 seasons as the school’s men’s ice hockey coach. Harvard enjoyed considerable competitive sucWILLIAM cess duringCLEARY Cleary’s tenure. From the winter of 1990 through June 2001, Crimson teams captured 69 Ivy League titles and 28 national championships, including the 1990 NCAA women’s lacrosse crown and the 1998–99 women’s ice hockey title. In 1997, Cleary received the Lester Patrick Award for his contributions to hockey, was named to the NCAA Ice Hockey 50th Anniversary Team, was chosen the U.S. Hockey Player of the Decade (1956–66) and was inducted into the International Ice Hockey Hall of Fame. In 1996, he was selected one of the “100 Golden Olympians” by the U.S. Olympic Committee. He previously was inducted into the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame in 1989. Cleary ranks among the greatest athletes to play for Harvard, and still holds or shares seven university records in hockey. He was a First-Team All-America selection in 1954–55 when he helped the Crimson earn a berth in the NCAA Final Four. CLEARY CUP

On March 9, 1989, the league paid tribute to retiring commissioner Robert M. “Scotty” Whitelaw by announcing that the ECAC Hockey men’s ice hockey championship trophy would be named the Whitelaw Cup. Whitelaw joined the ECAC in 1960 as assistant commissioner, two years before the ECAC Division I ice hockey championship was formalized. He became SCOTTY WHITELAW commissioner of the nation’s largest athletic conference in 1972 after the retirement of George L. Shiebler, and served in that capacity until his retirement on June 30, 1989. During his term as commissioner, Whitelaw was instrumental in helping the ECAC grow and prosper. Nearly 50 colleges and universities joined the ECAC during his tenure as commissioner, and when he retired, the conference sponsored over 90 men’s and women’s championships in 19 sports. Further, Whitelaw helped implement the ECAC’s move in 1973 from the Royal Manhattan Hotel in New York to its current location, the Asa. S. Bushnell Center in Centerville, Mass. Whitelaw served many roles while with the ECAC. He was on the executive board of the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame, and served as an adviser to the Metropolitan Intercollegiate Basketball Association, the sponsor of the National Invitation Tournament. He also served on numerous NCAA committees. WHITELAW CUP

TIM TAYLOR COACH OF THE YEAR

On March 15, 2007, ECAC Hockey announced that the league Coach of the Year Award would be renamed the Tim Taylor Award in honor of longtime ECAC Hockey head coach Tim Taylor. Taylor played his collegiate hockey at Harvard and spent 28 seasons behind the bench at Yale before leaving his post at the end of the 2005–06 season. Taylor owned a 342–433–55 record in 28 seasons at Yale producing one ECAC Hockey title, six Ivy League championships and a pair of 20-win seasons. Taylor, the 1997–98 Spencer Penrose Award winner as the American Hockey Coaches Association University TIM TAYLOR Coach of the Year, was a three-time (1986–87, 1991– 92, 1997–98) ECAC Coach of the Year and a two-time (1991–92, 1997–98) New England Coach of the Year. Taylor was the head coach of the 1994 U.S. Olympic Team at Lillehammer and has had a number of important roles in international hockey, including one as assistant general manager and assistant coach for the 1984 U.S. Olympic Team.

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QUINNIPIAC SPORTS INFORMATION Ken Sweeten Assistant Athletic Director/Sports Information Office Phone: 203-582-8625 Mobile Phone: 203-859-8529 TD Bank Sports Center Email: kfsweeten@quinnipiac.edu Ken Sweeten begins his fifth year at Quinnipiac University and his fourth year as the Bobcats’ sports information director. Sweeten was originally hired by Quinnipiac in November 2006 as the assistant sports information director. In that role he served as the primary media and public relations contact for men’s basketball, baseball, men’s soccer and golf, as well as assisting the sports information director with the day-to-day operation of the department. In his current role, Sweeten oversees all sports information department operations for Quinnipiaca’s 21 NCAA Division I teams, two graduate assistants and an assistant sports information director. Sweeten also coordinates much of the content management for Quinnipiac’s athletic web site, www.quinnipiacbobcats.com. Sweeten handles all communications duties related to Quinnipiac’s nationally ranked men’s ice hockey team and continues to cover baseball and field hockey. Prior to joining Quinnipiac, Sweeten was director of athletic media relations/sports information at Pace University, a NCAA Division II Northeast-10 Conference institute in Pleasantville, N.Y. Before Pace Sweeten was the sports information assistant at Southern Connecticut State University, also a Northeast-10 Conference school, in New Haven, Conn. A graduate of Southern New Hampshire University, formerly New Hampshire College, Sweeten graduated in 2000 with a bachelor of science degree in sport management with a concentration in marketing and promotions. While at SNHU, Sweeten was a four-year equipment manager for the Penmen’s baseball team as well as the official scorekeeper for the school’s baseball, and men’s and women’s basketball programs. Sweeten is also a seven-year member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) and a 13-year member of the Greater New Haven Baseball Umpires Association.

Greg Ott Assistant Sports Information Director Office Phone: 203-582-5387 Mobile Phone: 203-859-8562 Email: gnott@quinnipiac.edu Greg Ott rejoined the Quinnipiac University Sports Information staff in December 2007 in his current position as assistant sports information director. He previously spent five months as an intern associate for athletics communications at Iowa State University after two years as a graduate assistant at Quinnipiac. Ott currently serves as the primary media relations contact for the Quinnipiac men’s basketball, men’s lacrosse, volleyball and men’s and women’s tennis programs. In his first stint in Hamden, Ott handled media relations efforts for the women’s basketball, women’s soccer, softball, and men’s and women’s tennis teams. At Iowa State, Ott was the primary contact for the Cyclones’ women’s soccer and gymnastics programs. He also assisted with game day operations for the Iowa State football and men’s and women’s basketball programs. In addition to writing and designing media guides, Ott prepared feature stories, took action and still photography, and shot a variety of video for cyclones.com, the official Iowa State athletics web site. A 2005 graduate of Springfield (Mass.) College with a double-major in communications/sports journalism and English, the Oxford, Conn. native served as editor-in-chief of The Student, Springfield’s student newspaper. Ott is also nearing completion of a master’s degree in journalism at Quinnipiac.

Ross Bennett Graduate Assistant Office Phone: 203-582-5387 Email: ross.bennett@quinnipiac.edu

Lindsay Oliveri Graduate Assistant Office Phone: 203-582-5387 Email: lindsay.oliveri@quinnipiac.edu

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Rand Pecknold

Head Coach 17th Season Connecticut College ‘90/’93

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and Pecknold completed his 16th season behind the Quinnipiac bench and fifth within ECAC Hockey in 2009–10, guiding the men’s ice hockey team as the Bobcats reached new heights. Since taking over as head coach of the Quinnipiac University men’s ice hockey team 15 years ago, Rand Pecknold has asserted himself as one of the nation’s best. He has seen plenty of changes, but one constant is a proven track record filled with success and accomplishment, both on the team and individual fronts. 2009–10 was no exception, as the program reached its all-time highest national-ranking, fourth in the USCHO.com and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Division I polls. Quinnipiac’s early-season success featured wins against nationally-ranked Ohio State on the Buckeyes home-ice to open the season before ultimately winning 12 of their first 13 games. Included in the run, that culminated with the No. 4 ranking, were wins against nationally-ranked UMass and Cornell, including Quinnipiac second win in their last three regular-season games at Lynah Rink. Pecknold’s line-up featured a pair of early-season nationallyranked scoring leaders in Brandon Wong and Eric Lampe, as well as the AHCA National Player of the Month in goalie Dan Clarke. Quinnipiac hit a lull over the middle part of the season, before clinching home-ice advantage for the ECAC Hockey First Round for the fifth consecutive year, while also extending their streak of Quarterfinal appearances to five. When the dust settled, Wong was signed by the Grand Rapids Griffens of the American Hockey League, while Lampe and Jean-Marc Beaudoin landed in the East Coast Hockey League, with Lampe lacing them up for the Florida Everglades while Beaudoin helped the Bakersfield Condors to their league championship for the first time in program history. In addition to his team’s success, Pecknold won his 300th career game as the Bobcats clinched their ECAC Hockey First Round series.  In 2008–09, the Bobcats line-up included the nation’s leading scorer in Bryan Leitch, who also led the nation in assists. It was a first for the Quinnipiac men’s ice hockey program at the Division I level and was also the first time since All-American Reid Cashman word the Bobcats’ sweater that Pecknold coached a player that landed among the nation’s leaders. In addition to Leitch, linemate David Marshall also ranked in the top ten in points scored as well as goals scored as the duo sat in the top two spots on the ECAC Hockey scoring list. Leitch was named to the ECAC Hockey Second Team, become Quinnipiac’s first all-league player since 2006–07. In 16 seasons as head coach at Quinnipiac, Pecknold has accumulated the most wins of any coach in program history and is a two-time finalist for the

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Spencer Penrose Award, given annually to the top Division I college hockey coach. Pecknold guided Quinnipiac to two MAAC regular-season titles, one Atlantic Hockey regular-season title, one MAAC tournament title and the firstever NCAA berth in program history in 2002. In addition to individual success, the Bobcats won their second consecutive in-season tournament when they knocked off Merrimack and nationallyranked Air Force to win the Toyota UConn Hockey Classic. The Bobcats went on to defeat Harvard and Dartmouth, also nationally ranked at the time, for an impressive four wins in six days. The feat pushed Quinnipiac into the national polls for the first time that year while they were also named the College Hockey News National Team of the Week. Pecknold is currently 252–159–39 (.611) at the Division I level with a combined 301–201–47 (.591) mark at both the Division I and Division II levels. His win total (301) and winning percentage (.591) over the past 16 years rank first all-time at Quinnipiac. Included in that overall mark is an astounding ledger of 170–88–33 in conference play at the Division I level. The Bobcats are coming off their 14th consecutive non-losing season which includes 10 20-win marks in the past 12 seasons, including five of their last six — all at the Division I level. In addition, Quinnipiac ranks in the top 15 of all NCAA Division I men›s ice hockey programs in wins (227) over their first 12 years (1998–2010) at the Division I level.In that span, Quinnipiac also has the third best power-play percentage (20.6%) of any Division I men›s ice hockey program.  The Quinnipiac men’s ice hockey 2007–08 season started off on a high note when the team was ranked in the top 15 by both the USCHO.com/CSTV Division I and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine College Hockey Preseason Polls. The Bobcats became mainstays in the national rankings for most of the season, rising to 10th in both polls while also being featured in College Hockey News’ first NCAA Tournament prediction of the season. January 21, 2008 marked the date for Quinnipiac’s highest ranking all-time in a national poll. The Bobcats locked down the 10th slot in the InsideCollegeHockey.com poll while also being ranked in the top 15 in the RPI and PairWise Standings. In addition to their accomplishments in the Blue and Gold, 14 players were ECAC Hockey All-Academic selections, for the second straight season. Captain Jamie Bates was also signed by the Norfolk (Va.) Admirals, the top AHL affiliate of the Tampa Bay Lightning, before then signing with the Springfield (Mass.) Falcons, the top AHL affiliate of the Edmonton Oilers. The Bobcats took a strong step forward on the national stage in 2006–07. Quinnipiac was ranked in the top 20 for 18 weeks and reached the finals of the ECAC Hockey Tournament in just its second year in the league. During the league playoffs, the Bobcats recorded three victories against nationally ranked teams-including a two-game series sweep at Cornell’s hostile Lynah Rink. Ultimately, Quinnipiac fell one game shy of reaching the NCAA Tournament, as it was defeated by No. 5 nationally ranked Clarkson in the tournament final. On the individual front, 14 players earned All-Academic honors from ECAC Hockey. In addition, senior defenseman Reid Cashman was selected as a First-Team All-American by the American Hockey Coaches Association and signed with the Toronto Maple Leafs following the season. Brandon Wong was tabbed as a Freshman All-American after earning league Co-Rookie of the Year honors. Quinnipiac also posted its 12th straight winning season overall and 10th in a row at the Division I level. Only five Division I schools-Quinnipiac, Michigan, Michigan State, New Hampshire and Maine-have managed to post nine straight winning seasons over that span. Faced with one of the biggest challenges since taking over as head coach of


the program, Pecknold made sure that things didn’t skip a beat while joining ECAC Hockey in 2005-06. The Bobcats reached the 20-win plateau for the seventh time in eight seasons, finishing at 20–18–1. For his efforts, Pecknold was named ECAC Hockey Coach of the Year by Insidecollegehockey.com. Despite winning 15 of its final 18 games in 2004-05 to finish with a 21–13– 1 mark and the Atlantic Hockey regular-season title, Quinnipiac finished one victory shy of earning an NCAA Tournament berth, falling in the conference tournament final. Pecknold was selected as the 2005 Atlantic Hockey Coach of the Year and was tabbed as a finalist for the Spencer Penrose Award. Cashman was voted a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award, given annually to the top player in college hockey, and earned All-America accolades from two national media outlets. Off the ice, senior goaltender Jamie Holden was named a CoSIDA First-Team District I Academic All-America selection for his performance in the classroom. In 2003–04, Pecknold coached a unit that was decimated by injuries but still managed to achieve a winning record for the eighth straight year at 15–14–6. During the 2002–03 campaign, Quinnipiac reached the MAAC tournament final for the third consecutive season, but fell one goal short of its second straight NCAA Tournament berth. Nevertheless, the Bobcats did reach the 20-win plateau for the fifth straight year, closing with a 22–13–1 mark. The 2001–02 campaign was arguably the most successful of Pecknold’s tenure in Hamden. Despite being picked to finish fifth in the preseason coaches’ poll, the Bobcats closed out the regular season with a second-place effort. Then, in the MAAC Tournament, Quinnipiac registered one-goal wins over Iona and Sacred Heart before taking a 6–4 win over Mercyhurst in the title game. As a result, Quinnipiac earned its first-ever trip to the NCAA Division I Tournament. Pecknold became the winningest coach in program history with his 141st win on March 1, 2002, a 6–2 win over UConn. In 2000–01, Quinnipiac registered a final mark of 22–11–4. After finishing with a 17–7–2 mark in the regular season, the Bobcats finished one game shy of their first ever NCAA berth, falling to Mercyhurst, 6–5, in the MAAC Hockey League championship game. Quinnipiac finished the 1999–2000 season with a 27–6–3 final record. The 27 wins broke the school record of 26, which was set in 1998–99. In its first season in Division I in 1998–99, Quinnipiac set a school record with 26 victories on its way to the inaugural MAAC Hockey League regularseason title. In 1997–1998, its final Division II campaign, Pecknold guided the Bobcats to a 19–3–1 record. Quinnipiac also set a school record for winning percentage (.848).

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Hired at Quinnipiac on May 5, 1994, Pecknold previously served as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Connecticut College, for three seasons under head coach and former NHL player Doug Roberts. A standout for the Camels, Pecknold led Connecticut College to the 1990 ECAC South Championship. As a senior, Pecknold set school season records for goals (17) and points (47) by a defenseman. He earned First-Team All-ECAC South honors and a spot on the Division III All-England Team. Playing as a forward in his first three collegiate seasons, he led the Camels in goals as a sophomore (19) and junior (23).

PERSONAL:

An economics major, Pecknold earned his bachelor’s degree in 1990 and added a master’s degree in education in 1993. A native of Bedford, N.H., Pecknold played scholastically at Lawrence Academy in Groton, Mass. Pecknold, his wife, Nikki, son, Tate, and daughters, Cecilia and Georgia currently live in Fairfield, Conn.

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>> THE RAND PECKNOLD FILE • Most wins of any coach in Quinnipiac hockey history (301) •L  ed Bobcats to No. 4 ranking in the USCHO.com Division I Men’s Ice Hockey and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine polls, the highest ranking in program history

• 13 consecutive non-losing seasons, including nine 20-win marks in the past 11 seasons. • Earned his bachelor’s degree in economics and his master’s degree in education from Connecticut College in 1990 and 1993, respectively.

• Two-time Spencer Penrose Award finalist, given to the National Coach of the Year (2002, 2005)

>> INSIDE THE NUMBERS

• Honored as part of the inaugural class of the Elm City Legends in 2008

• 101 All-Academic Team selections • 22 All-League selections (14 First-Team picks)

• 2005 Atlantic Hockey Coach of the Year

• 11 All-Rookie Team picks

• 2002 NCAA Tournament participant

• 8 Quinnipiac Cup MVPs

• 2002 MAAC Tournament champions

• 5 League Players of the Year

• Eight 20-win seasons, including five consecutive years with at least 20 wins (1998–2003)

• 5 League Rookies of the Year • 4 All-Americans

• Five conference tournament final appearances

• 1 Hobey Baker Award Finalist

• Served as clinician at 2000–02 NCAA YES Clinics at Frozen Four

• 1 Academic All-American • 1 League Tournament MVP

• Assistant coach at Connecticut College (1991–93) • Three-year letter winner as a player at Connecticut College

RAND PECKNOLD YEAR-BY-YEAR COACHING RECORD School

Year

Overall

Home

Away

Neutral

Conf.

Home

Away

Quinnipiac

1994–95

6–15–1

4–3–0

2–12–1

0–0–0

5–8–1#

4–3–1

1–5–0

Quinnipiac

1995–96

11–12–4

8–3–2

3–9–2

0–0–0

6–3–3#

4–0–2

2–3–1

Quinnipiac

1996–97

13–12–2

6–6–1

7–6–1

0–0–0

8–6–0#

4–3–0

4–3–0

Quinnipiac

1997–98

19–3–1

10–0–0

7–2–1

2–1–0

––

––

––

Quinnipiac

1998–99

26–6–2

15–1–0

11–4–2

0–1–0

22–4–2*

13–1–0

9–3–2

Quinnipiac

1999–2000

27–6–3

14–1–2

13–2–1

0–3–0

23–1–3*

11–0–2

12–1–1

Quinnipiac

2000–01

22–11–4

12–3–0

8–7–4

2–1–0

17–7–2*

10–3–0

7–4–3

Quinnipiac

2001–02

20–13–5

12–1–3

6–10–2

2–2–0

15–6–5*

10–1–3

5–5–2

Quinnipiac

2002–03

22–13–1

14–2–0

7–9–1

1–2–0

18–7–1*

11–2–0

7–5–1

Quinnipiac

2003–04

15–14–6

10–1–3

5–12–3

0–1–0

12–6–6^

8–1–3

4–5–3

Quinnipiac

2004–05

21–13–3

14–4–1

7–9–2

0–0–0

16–6–2^

10–2–0

6–4–2

Quinnipiac

2005–06

20–18–1

10–5–1

10–13–0

0–0–0

8–13–1$

6–4–1

2–9–0

Quinnipiac

2006–07

21–14–5

12–5–2

7–8–2

2–1–1

10–8–4$

5–4–2

5–4–2

Quinnipiac

2007–08 20–15–4 10–6–2 9–9–2 1–0–0 9–9–4$ 5–4–2

4–5–2

Quinnipiac

2008–09 18–18–3 8–7–3 7–10–0 3–1–0 9–10–3$ 3–5–3

6–5–0

Quinnipiac

2009–10 20–18–2 13–7–1 7–11–2 0–0–0

4–3–2

Totals

16 Years

# ECAC North/South

* MAAC Hockey League

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301–201–47

172–55–21

^ Atlantic Hockey

116–133–26 $ ECAC Hockey

13–13–1

8–3–0 5–4–1

185–95–37

109–35–20

78–64–20


PAGE HEADER PAGE COACH HEADER ASSOCIATE HEAD Ben Syer

Associate Head Coach 12th Season Western Ontario ’98 • Ohio University ’00

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en Syer has played a key role in the development of the Quinnipiac men’s ice hockey program during the past 11 seasons. As an assistant coach, Syer also has been instrumental in the Bobcats’ smooth transition into prestigious ECAC Hockey. Since joining the Quinnipiac staff, the Bobcats have posted a stellar 226–153–35 record. Syer assists with on-ice teaching as well as recruiting. He has directly recruited or assisted in recruiting individuals from the United States and Canada, where he pursued some of the nation’s top scholastic and junior talent. Quinnipiac reached the MAAC tournament semifinals in each of the first four years of Syer’s tenure, including three straight MAAC finals appearances. Included in that span were the 2002 MAAC tournament title and the first NCAA appearance in program history. The Bobcats also won the MAAC regular-season title in Syer’s first year at Quinnipiac. A native of Kitchener, Ontario, Syer arrived at Quinnipiac after serving one season as an assistant coach at Ohio University. At Ohio, Syer assisted with practice and game preparation as well as recruiting. He also earned a master’s degree in physical education with a concentration in athletic administration in June 2000. A 1998 graduate of Western Ontario University, Syer earned a bachelor’s degree in urban development. He also has prior coaching experience with the North Middlesex Stars, a junior development team based in Parkhill, Ontario. Syer and his wife, Laura, and daughter Mckenna currently live in Cheshire, Conn.

>> THE BEN SYER FILE • In his 3rd season as the associate head coach and 12th season as an assistant coach

• 2002 MAAC Tournament champions

• Recruiting coordinator for the program throughout North America

• Assistant coach at Ohio University prior to Quinnipiac

• 20-plus wins in nine of 11 seasons at Quinnipiac • NCAA Tournament appearance (2002)

• 1999 MAAC regular-season champions • Earned his bachelor’s degree in urban development from Western Ontario in 1998 and his master’s degree in physical education from Ohio University in 2000. ­

• 2005 Atlantic Hockey regular-season champions

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Bill Riga

Assistant Coach Third Season University of Massachusetts—Lowell ’96

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ill Riga enters his third year on the Bobcats. Before coming to Hamden, Riga served as an assistant coach at ECAC Hockey rival Union College for the previous five seasons. While at Union, Riga served as the Dutchmen’s primary recruiter, helping Union to their highest finish in their Division I history when all four of his previous recruiting classes played together in 2007–08. In addition to his recruiting duties, Riga also worked extensively with the team’s forwards as well as on the penalty kill and on face-offs.

>> The Bill Riga File • In his third season as an assistant coach at Quinnipiac • Spent the previous five seasons as an assistant coach at ECAC Hockey for Union College • Served as the Dutchmen’s primary recruiter and travel coordinator • His first four recruiting classes helped Union to its best finish in program history in 2007–08 • Helped Union to four home ECAC Hockey first round playoff series in five years • Recruited one All-ECAC Hockey player and two ECAC Hockey All-Rookie team selections • Former associate head coach and recruiting coordinator for the EJHL’s Boston Junior Bruins • Set school record for wins (18) in a season as the head coach and director of hockey at the Rivers School in Weston, Mass. • Four-year letter winner at UMass Lowell • Hockey East All-Academic Team selection • Recipient of 1996 Gus Coutu Award for exemplifying the spirit of UMass Lowell hockey • BS, University of Massachusetts–Lowell, exercise physiology, 1996

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In his five years on staff at Union, the Dutchmen reached the ECAC Hockey Tournament four times. Before Riga arrived in Schenectady, Union had only been to the tournament once in the previous 15 years. Riga also recruited one All-ECAC Hockey selection and two ECAC Hockey All-Rookie picks. Prior to Union, Riga was the recruiting coordinator and associate head coach for the Boston Junior Bruins of the Eastern Junior Hockey League (EJHL) in Framingham, Mass. During Riga’s tenure with the Jr. Bruins from 1996 to 2003, 33 of his players signed Letters of Intent to Division I programs. From 2000 to 2002, Riga was also the head coach and director of hockey at the Rivers School in Weston, Mass. Riga was a four-year letterwinner at Hockey East member, University of Massachusetts-Lowell. In his time there, Riga helped the River Hawks to four Hockey East Tournament Semifinal appearances and two NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal appearances. Riga was also a Hockey East AllAcademic selection and the recipient of the 1996 Gus Coutu Award for exemplifying the spirit of UMass Lowell men’s ice hockey.


Justin Eddy

Volunteer Assistant Coach Second Season Quinnipiac University ’04

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ustin Eddy begins his second season with the Bobcats’ men’s icehockey staff in 2010–11. Eddy, who completed his playing career at Quinnipiac in 2004, will serve as the team’s volunteer assistant coach. Among his various responsibilities,Eddy will work the Bobcats’ goalies for the upcoming season. Eddy was the first player in Quinnipiac history to sign a professional contract when he inked a deal with the Washington Capitals of the National Hockey League (NHL). Eddy finished a 32–26–8 career record while also carrying a 2.81 goals against average. He finished his career with the second-most saves in Quinnipiac history while posting a .910 save percentage. One of his most memorable games as a Bobcat came when, as a freshman in 2000, Eddy totaled 58 saves against St. Lawrence on Nov. 30, 2000. The mark, against a team that reached the NCAA Frozen Four the previous season, is the most in Quinnipiac history. In 2004, he stopped 50 shots against Ohio State for a Value City Arena record. After signing with the Capitals following the 2003–04 season, Eddy played one season with the Portland Pirates of the American Hockey League (AHL). Eddy also played for the South Carolina Stingrays and the Utah Grizzlies of the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL). In two professional seasons, Eddy compiled a career record of 30–31–7. A native of Apple Valley, Minn., Eddy graduated from Quinnipiac in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in public relations.

Brian Fairbrother

Assistant Athletic Trainer Fifth Season Northeastern ’05

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rian Fairbrother is in his fifth year as an assistant athletic trainer at Quinnipiac University. Fairbrother came to Quinnipiac from Ohio University where he completed his master’s degree in recreation and sports science and served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer. He worked primarily with the football and track and field quads. In that role, he provided medical are for those teams, as well as evaluation, rehabilitation and application of modalities in the athletic

training room. Before his stint at Ohio University, Fairbrother spent time at Harvard University, where he worked with the Crimson football team. He also worked at Babson College where he was an athletic training student working with the men’s basketball and women’s soccer teams. Other related work in the field includes positions at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, where he served as a medical administration assistant; Belmont Hill School, where he was an athletic training student; and Bentley College where he was also an athletic training student working with the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams. Fairbrother served as a student athletic trainer at the 2003 Division II New England Swimming and Diving Championships. Fairbrother is a 2005 graduate of Northeastern University with a bachelor’s degree in athletic training.

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Brijesh Patel

Strength and Conditioning Coach Third Season University of Connecticut ’02, ’04

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rijesh Patel begins his third year with Quinnipiac University as the athletic department’s strength and conditioning coach. Patel previously held the title of assistant strength and conditioning coach at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass. While at Holy Cross, Patel worked extensively with the men’s basketball, baseball, softball, men’s and women’s lacrosse, field hockey, men’s soccer, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s track and field, and cheerleading programs while also assisting with other sports. Patel’s responsibilities ranged from weightroom management to serving as sports medicine liaison before implementing strength and conditioning programs for the Crusaders. Patel was also an intern with Holy Cross during the summer of 2002. In addition to his strength and conditioning programming, Patel provided nutrition and food supplement education to all student-athletes. He also prepared several presentations for the Crusaders’ athletes while also helping to develop the strength and conditioning section of the Holy Cross athletics web site. Prior to Holy Cross, Patel served as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Connecticut. While at UConn, Patel worked with the women’s ice hockey, baseball, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, and women’s cross country teams. Patel also assisted with the men’s basketball and football programs. In addition to his strength and conditioning responsibilities, Patel also taught a course entitled, “Fundamentals and Principles of Free Weight Training,” for which he assisted in writing a course manual. Patel also authored an article, “Time is Precious,” which was published in the January 2003 edition of Pure Power Magazine. He also has been featured as a guest speaker at several prestigious regional industry functions including the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Pennsylvania State Strength and Conditioning Clinic at Juniata College, “Be The Best” Baseball Clinic in Cherry Hill, N.J., Mike Boyle’s Functional Strength Coach Seminar and the Be Athletic Performance Symposium. In addition, Patel was a speaker at the first and second Mike Boyle Winter Seminars and also has spoken at Springfield (Mass.) College. Patel holds certifications from the NSCA, USA Weightlifting, and the Red Cross and is also SPIN certified. Patel is also the founder and partner of SB Coaches College, and My Fit Tube. Patel graduated with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology in 2002 and a master’s degree in sport management in 2004 from the University of Connecticut.

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ED MATURO

Equipment Manager First Season American International College ’69

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d Maturo will begin his first year as the Quinnipiac men’s ice hockey equipment manager. Maturo comes to Quinnipiac after 33 years at ECAC Hockey foe Yale University. Maturo also served as the equipment manager for two United States Olympic hockey teams, working with the 1994 men’s team in Norway and the 2006 women’s team in Italy. Throughout his career, Maturo has worked extensively with the U.S. national teams. Maturo graduated from American International College in 1969. He currently resides in Hamden with his wife, Mary Jane. He has two daughters and four grandchildren.


2010–11 QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY MEN’S ICE HOCKEY ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No.

Name

Pos.

Yr.

Hgt.

Wt.

Hometown/Last Team

7

Ben Arnt

F

So.

5-11

181

Oakdale, Minn./Omaha (USHL)

4

Loren Barron

D

So.

6-1

190

Glendora, Calif./Indiana (USHL)

13

Yuri Bouharevich

F

Jr.

5-10

180

Montreal, Quebec/N.H. Junior Monarchs (EJHL)

37

Kevin Bui

F

Jr.

5-11

175

Edmonton, Alberta/Drumheller (AJHL)

35

Dan Clarke

G

Jr.

6–1

165

Belleville, Ontario/Bowmanville (OPJHL)

14

Sean Coughlin

F

Sr.

6–0

180

Winthrop, Mass./Cushing Academy

23

Zack Currie

D

So.

5-11

185

Victoria, British Columbia/Cowichan Valley (BCHL)

2

Mike Dalhuisen

D

So.

6-3

215

Nymegen, Holland/Lincoln (USHL)

3

Zach Davies

D

So.

6-0

180

Smithers, British Columbia/Prince George (BCHL)

24

John Dunbar

F

Fr.

5-8

165

Calgary, Alberta/Calgary Canucks (AJHL)

25

Mike Glaicar

D

Jr.

6–5

220

Kamloops, British Columbia/Salmon Arm (BCHL)

11

Russell Goodman

F

So.

6-1

200

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan/Nanaimo (BCHL)

15

Zach Hansen

D

Sr.

5–10

185

White Bear Lake, Minn./Sioux Falls (USHL)

33

Eric Hartzell

G

So.

6-4

188

White Bear Lake, Minn./Sioux Falls (USHL)

39

Clay Harvey

F

So.

5-9

180

Gull Lake, Saskatchewan/Powell River(BCHL)

44

Spencer Heichman

F

Jr.

5–6

160

Yorba Linda, Calif./Sioux City (USHL)

6

Cory Hibbeler

D/F

Fr.

6-0

190

St. Charles, Mo./Lincoln (USHL)

10

Connor Jones

F

Fr.

5-9

165

Montrose, British Columbia/Vernon (BCHL)

20

Kellen Jones

F

Fr.

5-9

165

Montrose, British Columbia/Vernon (BCHL)

17

Jeremy Langlois

F

So.

6-0

173

Tempe, Ariz./New Jersey (EJHL)

8

Sami Liimatainen

D

Sr.

5–11

160

Riverside, Ill./Chicago (USHL)

34

Pat McGann

G

Sr.

5–11

160

Evergreen Park, Ill./Chicago (USHL)

18

D’ Arcy Oakes

F

So.

6-0

175

Shanty Bay, Ontario/Powell River(BCHL)

22

Reese Rolheiser

F

So.

5-10

170

Edmonton, Alberta/Sherwood Park (AJHL)

16

Brooks Robinson

F

Fr.

5-11

180

Duncan, British Columbia/Fort MacMurray (AJHL)

27

Zach Tolkinen

D

Fr.

6-3

190

Lino Lakes, Minn./Fairbanks (NAHL)

5

Bobby Tyson

D

So.

5-11

170

The Woodlands, Texas/Grande Praire (AJHL)

29

Jake Whiting

G

Jr.

5–10

185

Norfolk, Mass./The Rivers School

19 Scott Zurevinski F Jr. 6–3 215 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan/Vernon (BCHL) Head Coach: Rand Pecknold (Connecticut College ’90), 17th season Associate Head Coach: Ben Syer (Western Ontario ’98), 12th season Assistant Coach: Bill Riga (UMass Lowell ’96), Third season Volunteer Assistant: Justin Eddy (Quinnipiac ’04), Second season

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2010–11 QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY MEN’S ICE HOCKEY NUMERICAL ROSTER No.

Name

Pos.

Yr.

Hgt.

Wt.

Hometown/Last Team

2

Mike Dalhuisen

D

So.

6-3

215

Nymegen, Holland/Lincoln (USHL)

3

Zach Davies

D

So.

6-0

180

Smithers, British Columbia/Prince George (BCHL)

4

Loren Barron

D

So.

6-1

190

Glendora, Calif./Indiana (USHL)

5

Bobby Tyson

D

So.

5-11

170

The Woodlands, Texas/Grande Praire (AJHL)

6

Cory Hibbeler

D/F

Fr.

6-0

190

St. Charles, Mo./Lincoln (USHL)

7

Ben Arnt

F

So.

5-11

181

Oakdale, Minn./Omaha (USHL)

8

Sami Liimatainen

D

Sr.

5–11

160

Riverside, Ill./Chicago (USHL)

10

Connor Jones

F

Fr.

5-9

165

Montrose, British Columbia/Vernon (BCHL)

11

Russell Goodman

F

So.

6-1

200

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan/Nanaimo (BCHL)

13

Yuri Bouharevich

F

Jr.

5-10

180

Montreal, Quebec/N.H. Junior Monarchs (EJHL)

14

Sean Coughlin

F

Sr.

6–0

180

Winthrop, Mass./Cushing Academy

15

Zach Hansen

D

Sr.

5–10

185

White Bear Lake, Minn./Sioux Falls (USHL)

16

Brooks Robinson

F

Fr.

5-11

180

Duncan, British Columbia/Fort MacMurray (AJHL)

17

Jeremy Langlois

F

So.

6-0

173

Tempe, Ariz./New Jersey (EJHL)

18

D’ Arcy Oakes

F

So.

6-0

175

Shanty Bay, Ontario/Powell River(BCHL)

19

Scott Zurevinski

F

Jr.

6–3

215

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan/Vernon (BCHL)

20

Kellen Jones

F

Fr.

5-9

165

Montrose, British Columbia/Vernon (BCHL)

22

Reese Rolheiser

F

So.

5-10

170

Edmonton, Alberta/Sherwood Park (AJHL)

23

Zack Currie

D

So.

5-11

185

Victoria, British Columbia/Cowichan Valley (BCHL)

24

John Dunbar

F

Fr.

5-8

165

Calgary, Alberta/Calgary Canucks (AJHL)

25

Mike Glaicar

D

Jr.

6–5

220

Kamloops, British Columbia/Salmon Arm (BCHL)

27

Zach Tolkinen

D

Fr.

6-3

190

Lino Lakes, Minn./Fairbanks (NAHL)

29

Jake Whiting

G

Jr.

5–10

185

Norfolk, Mass./The Rivers School

33

Eric Hartzell

G

So.

6-4

188

White Bear Lake, Minn./Sioux Falls (USHL)

34

Pat McGann

G

Sr.

5–11

160

Evergreen Park, Ill./Chicago (USHL)

35

Dan Clarke

G

Jr.

6–1

165

Belleville, Ontario/Bowmanville (OPJHL)

37

Kevin Bui

F

Jr.

5-11

175

Edmonton, Alberta/Drumheller (AJHL)

39

Clay Harvey

F

So.

5-9

180

Gull Lake, Saskatchewan/Powell River(BCHL)

44 Spencer Heichman F Jr. 5–6 160 Yorba Linda, Calif./Sioux City (USHL) Head Coach: Rand Pecknold (Connecticut College ’90), 17th season Associate Head Coach: Ben Syer (Western Ontario ’98), 12th season Assistant Coach: Bill Riga (UMass Lowell ’96), Third season Volunteer Assistant: Justin Eddy (Quinnipiac ’04), Second season

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ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY CLASS Seniors: 4 Juniors: 7 Sophomores: 12 Freshman: 6

BY STATE/PROVINCE/COUNTRY British Columbia, 6: Glaicar, Currie, Davies, C. Jones, K. Jones, Robinson Minnesota, 4: Hansen, Arnt, Hartzell, Tolkinen Saskatchewan, 3: Zurevinski, Harvey, Goodman Ontario, 2: Clarke, Oakes Alberta, 2: Rolheiser, Bui Illinois, 2: Liimatainen, McGann California, 2: Heichman, Barron Arizona, 1: Langlois Holland, 1: Dalhuisen Massachusetts, 2: Coughlin, Whiting Missouri, 1: Hibbeler Quebec, 1: Bouharevich Texas, 1: Tyson

PRONUNCIATIONS GUIDE 2 13 17 22 25 44

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Dalhuisen - Dal-YOO-zin Bouharevich - boo-HAR-a-vitch Langlois - LANG-lows Rolheiser - ROLL-hizer Mike Glaicar - GLAY-car Heichman - HIKE-man


SEASON OUTLOOK

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uinnipiac University Men’s Ice Hockey Head Coach Rand Pecknold returns for his 17th season behind the Bobcats bench following a 2009–10 season that saw the Bobcats reach new heights. Last season, Quinnipiac won 12 of its first 13 games, cracking the Top 10 in the national polls en route to its highest ranking of all-time, 4th in the USCHO.com and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine national polls. Quinnipiac’s early-season success featured wins against nationallyranked Ohio State on the Buckeyes’ home-ice to open the season before running its record to 12–1 through its first 13 games. Included in the run that culminated with the No. 4 ranking were wins against nationallyranked UMass and Cornell, including Quinnipiac’s second win in their last three regular-season games at Lynah Rink. The Bobcat line-up featured a pair of early-season nationally-ranked scoring leaders in Brandon Wong and Eric Lampe, as well as the AHCA National Player of the Month for November in goalie Dan Clarke. Quinnipiac hit a lull over the middle part of the season, before clinching home-ice advantage for the ECAC Hockey First Round for the fifth consecutive year, while also extending their streak of Quarterfinal appearances to five. When the dust settled, Wong was signed by the Grand Rapids Griffins of the American Hockey League, while Lampe and Jean-Marc Beaudoin landed in the East Coast Hockey League, with Lampe lacing them up for the Florida Everglades while Beaudoin helped the Bakersfield Condors to their league championship for the first time in program history. Recently, Wong signed with the Hartford Wolf Pack and Lampe signed with the Syracuse Crunch. In addition to his team’s success, Pecknold won his 300th career game as the Bobcats clinched their ECAC Hockey FirstRound series. 

the Nanaimo Clippers of the BCHL and John Dunbar from the Calgary Canucks from the Alberta Jr. Hockey League (AJHL) to add to the Bobcats depth on offense.

DEFENSE

The Bobcats will bring back five players who played no fewer than 36 games last season on the blue line. Leading the defensive core will be senior assistant captain Zach Hansen and junior assistant captain Mike Glaicar. Hansen has established himself as a solid defensive presence as well as one of the top scoring defenseman in ECAC Hockey over the last three seasons. Last year, Hansen tallied three goals and 16 assists for 19 points, pushing his career total to 11 goals and 41 assists in 108 games played. Glaicar is a big, physical presence on the ice for the Bobcats and will continue to be a leader, on and off the ice. Zach Davies had an outstanding first season on defense for Quinnipiac, scoring twice and passing out 12 assists. Davies became one of the Bobcats’ top players on special teams, as his stick-handling ability made him a natural on the power play. Loren Barron played in 37 games in his first season at Quinnipiac, scoring three goals and assisting on five more from the blue line, while Mike Dalhuisen tallied a goal and six assists in 36 games played. Both are physical players on defense and add a level of toughness in front of the Bobcats’ goalies. Zach Currie saw playing time in 25 games, missing time sporadically with a lingering injury that has since been remedied. Newcomer Zach Tolkinen will look to crack the Bobcats defensive pairings in his first season.

FORWARDS

With the loss of Wong, Lampe and Beaudoin, as well as seniors Mike Atkinson and Greg Holt, the Bobcats will look to replace over 450 career points and close to 200 career goals. Senior captain Scott Zurevinski decided to stick around for his junior season in Hamden after several offers from NHL teams. Zurevinski was the only underclassman in the Bobcats’ regular rotation to reach the 30-point mark and ranked second among all QU skaters with 16 goals. For his career, Zurevinski has tallied 27 goals and 21 assists for 48 points through two seasons. Team Rookie of the Year Jeremy Langlois showed signs of brilliance last year and will be looked upon to continue his growth as a scorer in the Bobcats’ line-up. Last season, Langlois led all freshman with eight goals and 12 assists for 20 points. Sophomore Yuri Bouharevich will add to the Bobcats’ scoring punch after missing the second half of the season to an injury. In 20 games last season, Bouharevich scored four goals and assisted on eight more for 12 points. Junior Spencer Heichman (3 goals, 1 assist) will look to rebound from last season when his numbers dropped from a promising freshman year (4–11). Second-year skaters Russell Goodman (2-3, 19 games), Ben Arnt (2–4), Reese Rolheiser (4–4) and D’Arcy Oakes (5-6) will be looked on to contribute. The Bobcats add several promising players to their offense, highlighted by the Jones brothers, Connor and Kellen, who was selected in this past season’s NHL Draft by the Edmonton Oilers. The twin brothers electrified the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL) last year, leading the Vernon Vipers to their sixth Coupe RBC National Championship. In addition to the Jones’, Pecknold has also brought in Corey Hibbeler from the United States Hockey League’s Lincoln Stars, Brooks Robinson from

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GOALIES

Dan Clarke had a break-out season earning team Most Valuable Player honors, posting an overall record of 15–15–2 with a .913 save percentage and a 2.52 goals-against average. Clarke solidified himself as one of the top goalies in ECAC Hockey after taking home four Goalie of the Week awards and was also named the Hockey Commissioner’s Association (HCA) Player of the Month for November. Clarke’s 73 saves against Union in the ECAC Hockey Quarters was a Quinnipiac single-game and ECAC Hockey Tournament record as well. Sophomore Eric Hartzell posted a 4–2–0 record with a 2.61 goals-against average while junior Pat McGann will both add depth behind Clarke.

SCHEDULE

Quinnipiac will face St. Thomas University of Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada on Sunday, Oct. 3 at 2 p.m. at the TD Bank Sports Center in Hamden, Conn. The Bobcats welcome the Buckeyes on the following weekend, followed by Bentley at home on Friday, Oct. 15 at 7 p.m. and Holy Cross on Saturday, Oct. 23 at 4 p.m. The Bobcats then head out onto the road for their next six games, including a two-game series against St. Cloud State on Oct. 29-30. They open ECAC Hockey play the following weekend when they travel to Meehan Auditorium in Providence, R.I. to face Brown on Nov. 5 and Ingalls Rink in New Haven, Conn. to face Yale on Nov. 6. They finish their six-game road swing against Cornell at Lynah Rink in Ithaca, N.Y. on Nov. 12 and Colgate at Starr Rink in Hamilton, N.Y. on Nov. 13. They then return home for a two-game series against Dartmouth on Nov. 19 and Harvard on Nov. 20. Quinnipiac will then travel to the Mullins Center to take on

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Massachusetts on Saturday, Nov. 27 to close out the month. The Bobcats finish up the first half of the season at home against St. Lawrence on Dec. 3 and Clarkson on Dec. 4 before heading to Harvard on Wednesday, Dec. 8. The Bobcats last game before the break will be on the road when they travel to the Dunkin Donuts Center to take on Providence. After a 19-day layoff, Quinnipiac returns to action with a two-game series against Nebraska-Omaha on Dec. 30–31, with the New Year’s Eve game slated for a 12 Noon puck-drop. The following weekend, Quinnipiac will host Colgate on Jan. 7 and Cornell on Jan. 8. The Bobcats head due North for four of their next five games with a two-game series at Canisius at the Buffalo State Arena in Buffalo, N.Y. on Jan. 16–17 before heading to the North Country on Jan. 28–29 to face Clarkson and St. Lawrence, respectively. Sandwiched in the middle is a game against USA Hockey’s Under-18 Team on Saturday, Jan. 22 at the TD Bank Sports Center. February will feature four home games against Rensselaer on Feb. 4 and Union on Feb. 5 before a road contest at Dartmouth in Hanover, N.H. on Feb. 11. After hosting Yale for the Heroes Hat on Feb. 18, the Bobcats will host Brown on Feb. 19. Quinnipiac finishes the regular season on the road at Union and Rensselaer on Feb. 25-26. Once again, the ECAC Hockey Tournament First Round (March 4–6) and Quarterfinals Series (March 11–12) will be played at the Highest Remaining seed in the ECAC Hockey standings. This year’s semifinals and championship game will be played at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, N.J. on March 18–19.


Scott Zurevinski FORWARD Junior > Captain > 6–3 > 215 lbs. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan > Vernon (BCHL)

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2009–10:

Selected as the team’s captain following a solid 2009–10 season…Was one of five Bobcats to total 30 points last season…Second on the team with 16 goals while also adding 14 assists…Had a goal and an assist in the Bobcats season-opening 4–2 win against No. 17 Ohio State on 10/8…Tallied a point in seven straight games from 10/17 through 11/14…Had the game-winning goal against Bentley in a 3–2 overtime thriller in the Bobcats’ home-opener on 10/17…Had a goal and an assist in a 5–0 win against Robert Morris on 10/30…Had a goal and an assist in an 8–5 loss to Robert Morris on 10/31… Had one assist in the Bobcats’ 4–2 win against Clarkson on 11/6…Had an assist in a 5–2 win against St. Lawrence on 11/7…Had a goal in a 5–1 win against Harvard on 11/13…Had a career-high three points with two goals and one assist against Dartmouth in a 4–2 win on 11/14…Scored in the Bobcats 5–4 overtime win against No. 10 UMass on 11/28…Had an assist in a 5–2 win against American International on 12/12…Scored in a 4–3 loss to Princeton on 1/4…Also scored in a 4–1 loss to Rensselaer…Had a goal and an assist in a 3–2 loss to St. Cloud on 1/16…Had an assist in a 6–2 loss to Niagara on 1/22…Had a career-high three assists in a 3–3 tie with Niagara on 1/23…Had one assist in a 4–3 loss to Dartmouth on 1/29…Had a goal against Clarkson in a 4–1 loss on 2/13…Scored twice in a 5–3 loss to Rensselaer on 2/19…Scored in an 8–3 win against Brown on 2/26….Had an assist in the Bobcats ECAC Hockey Tournament First Round series against Dartmouth…Scored in the Bobcats 3–2 five-overtime victory against Union on 3/12.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008-09:

Scored his first collegiate point with an assist against Union at the Mutual of Omaha Stampede on 10/17...Scored his first career goal against Connecticut on 11/1in a 4–1 win...Had the first multi-goal game of his career with two markers against RPI on 11/15...Had a goal and an assist in Quinnipiac’s

>> 2009–10 SEASON HIGHS • Goals: 2, two times • Assists: 3, vs. Niagara, 1/23/10 • Points: 3, two times

>> CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 2, four times • Assists: 3, vs. Niagara, 1/23/10 • Points: 3, two times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year 2008–09 2009–10 Totals

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GP 38 40 78

G 11 16 27

A PTS PIM 7 18 50 14 30 22 21 48 72


5–2 win over St. Lawrence on 11/22...Scored his fifth career goal against Dartmouth on 1/3...Picked up an assist against RPI on 1/9 in a 2–2 tie... Scored twice in a 6–4 win against Niagara on 1/16...Had a goal and an assist in the Bobcats’ 8–5 loss to Robert Morris on 1/25...Scored against Colgate in a 3–2 overtime loss on 2/7...Assisted on a goal in QU’s 4–3 OT loss to St. Lawrence on 2/13...Had an assist in Quinnipiac’s 5–3 win over Clarkson on 2/14...Scored once in Quinnipiac’s ECAC Hockey Tournament First-Round series win over Colgate.

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Played for the Vernon Vipers of the British Columbia Hockey League for the 2006–07 and 2007–08 seasons…In 96 career games with Vernon, he totaled 47 goals and 47 assists for 94 career points…In 2006–07, he ranked fifth on the team with 22 points and 19 assists for 41 points in helping Vernon to the 2006 Interior Conference Championship… In 2007–08, he once again ranked fifth on the Vipers in total points as he finished with 25 goals and 28 assists for 53 points…Named the 2007–08 Vernon Vipers Unsung Hero… Prior to joining Vernon, he played for the Saskatoon Contacts Midget AAA team…In 2004, he led

Saskatoon to the League, Provincial, Regional and Midget AAA National Championships…In 2005, he was named the team’s Most Valuable Player and given the Players’ Choice Award as the team’s top forward.

PERSONAL:

Son of Wanda and Bob Zurevinski…Has one sister, Jill…Born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

>> 2009–10 GAME-BY-GAME Date Oct. 8 Oct. 9 Oct .17 Oct .30 Oct .31 Nov. 6 Nov. 7 Nov. 13 Nov. 14 Nov. 20 Nov. 21 Nov. 28 Dec. 4 Dec. 5 Dec. 10 Dec. 12 Dec. 29 Jan. 04 Jan. 08 Jan. 09 Jan. 15 Jan. 16 Jan. 22 Jan. 23 Jan. 29 Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Mar. 5 Mar. 6 Mar. 7 Mar. 12 Mar. 12 Mar. 13 Mar. 14

Opponent at Ohio State at Ohio State Bentley at Robert Morris at Robert Morris Clarkson St. Lawrence Harvard Dartmouth at Colgate at Cornell UMass at Yale Bulldogs at Brown at Holy Cross AIC at Harvard at Princeton RPI M-Union St. Cloud State St. Cloud State Niagara Niagara at Dartmouth Cornell Colgate at St. Lawrence at Clarkson at RPI at M-Union Brown Yale Bulldogs Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth at M-Union at M-Union at M-Union at M-Union

Goals Assists Points 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 3 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Zach Hansen DEFENSEMAN Senior > Assitant Captain > 5–10 > 185 lbs. White Bear Lake, Minn. > Sioux Falls (USHL)

AS A JUNIOR IN 2009–10:

Appeared in 35 games…Established himself as one of the top defenseman in ECAC Hockey…Totaled three goals and 16 assists…Ranked seventh among all ECAC Hockey defenseman with two goals and 11 assists for 13 points against league opponents…Had an assist in a 4–2 win against No. 17 Ohio State on 10/8…Scored in the Bobcats 3–1 win against Ohio State on 10/9… Had an assist in the Bobcats 3–2 overtime win against Bentley on 10/17… Had an assist in a 5–1 win against Harvard on 11/13…Had an assist in a 4–2 win against Dartmouth on 11/14…Had two assists in a 5–3 win against Colgate on 11/20…Had an assist in four straight games from 11/25 through 12/5…Had an assist in a 5-1 win against Princeton on 11/25, a 5–4 overtime win against No. 10 UMass on 11/28, a –4 loss to No. Yale on 12/4 and a 2–1 loss to Brown on 12/5…Also had an assist in a 5–2 win against American International on 12/12…Had a goal in a 2–0 win against Colgate on 2/6…Had an assist in a 5–0 win against St. Lawrence on 2/12…Had an assist in a 4–1 loss to Clarkson on 2/13…Assisted on a goal in a 5–3 loss to Rensselaer on 2/19…Had a goal and an assist against Yale in a 4–3 win on 2/27…Had an assist in the ECAC Hockey Tournament First Round against Dartmouth.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2008–09:

Suited up in 38 games...Led all ECAC Hockey defensemen with 17 assists, also a career-high...Ranked second in ECAC Hockey in defenseman points (23)...Of his career-high six goals, five came on the power play...Scored his first goal of the season on 10/18 against American In ternational in a 4–1 win...Had one assist in a 4–1 win over Connecticut on 11/1...Scored one goal and assisted on another in a 6–3 win over Union on 11/14... Had a goal and an assist against RPI on 11/15...Had one assist in 4–2 win over Clarkson on 11/18...Had one assist against St. Lawrence in a 5–2 win on 11/22... Scored his fifth goal of the season against Princeton on 12/3...Assisted on

>> 2009–10 SEASON HIGHS • Goals: 1, three times • Assists: 2, at Colgate, 11/20/09 • Points: 2, two times

>> CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 1, 11 times • Assists: 2, four times • Points: 2, seven times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 Totals

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GP G 35 2 38 6 35 3 108 11

A PTS PIM 8 10 40 17 22 89 16 19 69 41 51 198


two goals in a 6–0 win against No. 20 Dartmouth on 1/3...Scored the game-winner against Niagara on 1/17...Had one assist in the Bobcats 8–5 loss to Robert Morris on 1/24...Had an assist in a 5–1 win over Brown on 1/30...Scored in the Bobcats 4–3 overtime loss to St. Lawrence on 2/13...Picked up an helper in a 5–3 win against Clarkson on 2/14...Had one assist in the Bobcats 3–3 tie with No. 7 Yale on 2/20...Picked up an helper in Quinnipiac’s 3–2 loss to Brown on 2/21...Helped Quinnipiac to an ECAC Hockey Tournament First Round series victory against Colgate with four assists in three games, include two on 3/6 in a 3–2 overtime win...Totaled nine points in the final 10 games of the season.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2007–08:

The Bobcats’ top freshman in 2007–08...Emerged as one of the top defensemen in the Bobcats’ rotation and in ECAC Hockey...Strong, physical player...An ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team selection... Totaled 10 points (two goals, eight assists)...His first career goal was a game-winner against RPI on 12/1 at the TD Banknorth Sports Center... His first career point came on 11/3 against Cornell...Had one assist in a 5–2 win over Princeton on 11/21...Had an assist against Robert Morris on 12/7 in a 4–2 win...Scored his second goal of the season against Brown in a 6-3 win on 1/11...Passed out one assist against Union in a 3–3 tie on 2/2...Totaled three assists against Brown in the Bobcats’ two-game sweep of the ECAC Hockey First Round series at the TD Banknorth Sports Center...Had one assist in Quinnipiac’s 7–6 overtime win on 3/7 and two assists in the series clincher on 3/8...Had an assist in Quinnipiac’s 3–1 loss to Harvard in the third game of the ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals.

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Spent his final season of junior hockey with the Sioux Falls Stampede of the United States Hockey League...Tallied 36 points (10 goals, 26 assists) in 2006–07 with the Stampede...Helped Sioux Falls claim the Clark Cup Championship...Selected by Sioux Falls in the first round of the 2006 USHL Entry Draft...Played scholastically at White Bear Lake (Minn.) High School before joining Sioux Falls...Recorded 25 points (six goals, 19 assists) in just 16 games in his final season with the Bears.

PERSONAL:

Born in St. Paul, Minn. ...Son of Lora and Jim Hansen...Majoring in business.

>> 2009–10 GAME-BY-GAME Date Oct. 8 Oct. 9 Oct .17 Oct .30 Oct .31 Nov. 6 Nov. 7 Nov. 13 Nov. 14 Nov. 20 Nov. 21 Nov. 25 Nov. 28 Dec. 4 Dec. 5 Dec. 10 Dec. 12 Dec. 29 Jan. 04 Jan. 08 Jan. 09 Jan. 15 Jan. 16 Jan. 22 Jan. 23 Jan. 29 Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Mar. 5

Opponent at Ohio State at Ohio State Bentley at Robert Morris at Robert Morris Clarkson St. Lawrence Harvard Dartmouth at Colgate at Cornell Princeton UMass at Yale Bulldogs at Brown at Holy Cross AIC at Harvard at Princeton RPI M-Union St. Cloud State St. Cloud State Niagara Niagara at Dartmouth Cornell Colgate at St. Lawrence at Clarkson at RPI at M-Union Brown Yale Bulldogs Dartmouth

Goals Assists Points 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 1

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Mike Glaicar FORWARD

Junior > Assitant Captain > 6–5 > 220 lbs. Kamloops, B.C. > Salmon Arm (BCHL)

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2009–10:

Appeared in 40 games…Totaled six assists…Established himself as a physical presence on the blue line for the Bobcats…Had an assist in a 3-2 overtime win against Bentley on 10/17…Had an assist in a 5-2 win against St. Lawrence on 11/7…Had an assist in a 4-2 win against Dartmouth on 11/14…Had one assist in a 5-3 win against Colgate on 11/20…Had an assist in a 2-0 win against win against Colgate on 2/6…Had an assist against St. Lawrence on 2/12.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008–09:

Played in 22 games as a freshman while slowed by injury...Stepped in as a physical presence on the blue-line when healthy...Will continue to play a large part in the Bobcats’ defense in the future.

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Suited up for the Salmon Arm Silverbacks of the British Columbia Hockey League for the 2006-07 and 2007-08 seasons...In 99 career games with Salmon Arm, he totaled 13 goals and 45 assists for 58 points...In 2006-07, he tallied career-highs in goals (8), assists (25) and points...followed up his first year in the league with a five-goal, 20-assist season in 2007-08...Also scored five power play goals...Was selected to the 2007-08 BCHL All-Star Game... Named 2007 and 2008 Salmon Arm Silverbacks Most Dedicated Player... Was a British Columbia Major Midget First Team All-Star in 2006...Prior to joining the Silverbacks, he competed in field hockey, lacrosse, soccer and track and field at Kamloops High School.

PERSONAL:

Son of Jane and Jeff Glaicar...Has one sister, Alicia...Born in Kamloops, British Columbia.

>> 2009–10 SEASON HIGHS • Goals: 2, two times • Assists: 1, six times • Points: 1, six times

>> CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 2, two times • Assists: 1, six times • Points: 1, six times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year 2008–09 2009–10 Totals

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GP 22 40 62

G 0 0 0

A 0 6 6

PTS 0 6 6

PIM 0 24 24


>> 2009–10 GAME-BY-GAME Date Oct. 8 Oct. 9 Oct .17 Oct .30 Oct .31 Nov. 6 Nov. 7 Nov. 13 Nov. 14 Nov. 20 Nov. 21 Nov. 25 Nov. 28 Dec. 4 Dec. 5 Dec. 10 Dec. 12 Dec. 29 Jan. 04 Jan. 08 Jan. 15 Jan. 16 Jan. 22 Jan. 23 Jan. 29 Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Mar. 5 Mar. 6 Mar. 7 Mar. 12 Mar. 12 Mar. 13 Mar. 14

Opponent at Ohio State at Ohio State Bentley at Robert Morris at Robert Morris Clarkson St. Lawrence Harvard Dartmouth at Colgate at Cornell Princeton UMass at Yale Bulldogs at Brown at Holy Cross AIC at Harvard at Princeton RPI St. Cloud State St. Cloud State Niagara Niagara at Dartmouth Cornell Colgate at St. Lawrence at Clarkson at RPI at M-Union Brown Yale Bulldogs Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth at M-Union at M-Union at M-Union at M-Union

Goals Assists Points 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Sean Coughlin DEFENSEMAN Junior > 6–0 > 180 lbs. Winthrop, Mass. > Cushing Academy

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2009–10: Played in four games.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008–09:

Played in 11 games after redshirting in 2007–08…Totaled two assists…Had his first career assist against AIC in Quinnipiac’s 4–1 win on 10/18 at the Mutual of Omaha Stamped…Had an assist against St. Lawrence in Quinnipiac’s 5–2 win on 11/22.

AS A REDSHIRT IN 2007–08: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Four-year letter winner at Cushing Academy for ice hockey and tennis… Named Best Pro Prospect at Hockey Night in Boston…Named Best Defenseman and Cushing Academy’s Finest Contributor.

PERSONAL:

Son of Jean and Dan Coughlin…Majoring in communications…Born in Winthrop, Mass.

>> 2009–10 SEASON HIGHS • Goals: N/A • Assists: N/A • Points: N/A

>> CAREER HIGHS • Goals: N/A • Assists: 1, two times • Points: 1, two times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 Totals

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GP 11 4 15

G A PTS id Not Play - Redshirt D 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 2

PIM 6 0 6


Sami Liimatainen DEFENSEMAN Senior > 5–11 > 160 lbs. Riverside, Ill. > Chicago (USHL)

AS A SENIOR IN 2009–10: Did not play due to injury.

AS A JUNIOR IN 2008–09:

Had an assist in Quinnipiac’s 4–3 loss to St. Lawrence on 2/13/09.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2007–08:

Saw action in 24 games in 2007–08...Contributor on the Bobcats’ blueline down the stretch...An ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team selection...Scored his first career point on an assist against Brown on 1/11.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2006–07:

Saw an increased role on the blue line during the second half of the season... An ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team selection...Appeared in 16 games for the Bobcats.

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Suited up with the Chicago Steel (United States Hockey League) for two years, where he was a teammate of current Bobcats David Marshall and Eric Lampe during his career...Appeared in 120 games over two seasons with the Steel...Combined to score 23 points (three goals, 20 assists) and amass 215 penalty minutes over the two campaigns.

PERSONAL:

Born in Riverside, Ill. ...Son of Donna and Bruce Liimatainen...Majoring in business.

>> 2008–09 SEASON HIGHS • Goals: N/A • Assists: 1, two times • Points: 1, two times

>> CAREER HIGHS • Goals: N/A • Assists: 1, three times • Points: 1, three times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 Totals

GP 16 24 28 66

G A PTS 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 Did Not Play - Injury 0 2 2

PIM 10 14 16 40

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Pat McGann GOALTENDER Senior > 5–11 > 160 lbs. Evergreen Park, Ill. > Chicago (USHL)

AS A JUNIOR IN 2009–10:

Appeared in one game, logging 3:19 against Brown on 2/26…Stopped the only shot taken on him.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2008–09: Did not see any game time as a sophomore.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2007–08:

Saw playing time in eight games in 2007–08...Posted a 2–1–0 record... Posted a 4.72 goals-against average in 241:30 minutes in goal...An ECAC Hockey All-Academic selection...Stopped 80 shots while allowing 19 goals for a .808 save percentage...Logged 50:50 minutes against Cornell, holding the Big Red to two goals while stopping 14 shots...Picked up his first career victory against Dartmouth when he stopped a career-high 20 shots in a 5–3 win on 1/6...Picked up his second win of the season against Brown on 1/11 after stopping 18 shots while allowing three goals...Stopped four of five shots against Niagara in 15:45 in goal over two games.

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Selected by the Dallas Stars in the seventh round (223rd overall pick) of the 2005 National Hockey League Entry Draft...Spent the last two seasons playing in the United States Hockey League...Suited up with the Cedar Rapids Rough Riders and Chicago Steel in 2006–07...Started the year with Cedar Rapids, but was traded to Chicago during the season...Posted a .901 save�����  ���� percentage in 17 games with Chicago...Recorded a 2.95 goals-against average and a .901 save percentage with Cedar Rapids in 2005–06.

PERSONAL:

Born in Chicago, Ill. ...Son of Bridget McGann...Majoring in business. >> 2009–10 SEASON HIGHS • Saves: 1, vs. Brown, 2/26/10 • Least Goals Allowed: 0, vs. Brown, 2/26/10 • Most Goals Allowed: N/A

>> CAREER HIGHS • Saves: 20, vs. Dartmouth, 1/6/08 • Least Goals Allowed: 0, two times • Most Goals Allowed: 5, at Harvard, 3/14/08

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS

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Year 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 Totals

GP G A PTS PIM 8 2–1–1 80 .808 4.72 0 0–0–0 0 N/A N/A 1 0–0–0 1 1.000 0.00 9 2–1–1 81 .810 4.66


Kevin Bui FORWARD Junior > 5–11 > 175 lbs. Edmonton, Alb. > Drumheller (AJHL)

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2009-10: Did not see any game action.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008-09:

Appeared in 11 games, totaling two assists…Saw his first game action on 1/10, assisting on a a goal in a 4-2 loss to Union..Also had one assist against Harvard in a 2-1 loss on 2/27.

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Played for the Drumheller (Alb.) Dragons of the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL)…Named Drumheller’s Most Valuable Player in 2006–07 and 2007–08… Given the Iron Man award after starting in 182 consecutive games for the Dragons…Named the 2006–07 Credit Union/Junior Dragons Club Fan Favorite…Led team in scoring in 2006–07.

PERSONAL:

Son of Becky and Henry Bui…Has a younger sister, Kendra…Born in Edmonton, Alberta.

>> 2009–10 SEASON HIGHS • Goals: N/A • Assists: N/A • Points: N/A

>> CAREER HIGHS • Goals: N/A • Assists: 1, two times • Points: 1, two times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year GP 2008–09 11 2009–10 Totals 11

G 0

A 2 Did Not Play 0 2

PTS 2 2

PIM 2 2

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Yuri Bouharevich FORWARD Junior > 5–10 > 180 lbs. Montreal, Quebec > New Hampshire Junior Monarchs (EJHL)

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2009–10:

Played 20 games, missing the remainder of the season to injury…Despite the injury, he doubled his offensive production from the previous season, totaling four goals and eight assists for 12 points…Had an assist in a 3-1 win against No. 17 Ohio State on 10/9…Had a goal in a 5-0 win against Robert Morris on 10/30…Had an assist against Robert Morris on 10/31…Had a careerhigh two assists against Clarkson in a 4-2 win on 11/6…Scored in a 5-2 win against St. Lawrence on 11/7…Had a goal in a 5-3 win against Colgate on 11/20…Had an assist in a 5-1 win against Princeton on 11/25…Had one assist in a 5-4 overtime win against No. 10 UMass on 11/28…Also picked up an assist in a 7-4 loss to No. 10 Yale on 12/4…Had a helper in a 5-2 win against American International on 12/12…Scored in a 3-1 loss to Harvard on 12/29.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008–09:

Suited up in 33 games in his first season at Quinnipiac…Totaled two goals and four assists for six points…Team was 2-0-0 when he scored…Scored his first collegiate goal against Merrimack in the Bobcats 4-3 overtime win on 12/29...Had his first career assist against Harvard in Quinnipiac’s 5-2 win... Scored against Robert Morris on 1/23 in a 5-4 win...Had one assist in QU’s 3-3 tie with No. 7 Yale on 2/20/09...Had a pair of assists in Quinnipiac’s ECAC Hockey First Round Tour­nament series win against Colgate.

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Played for the 2008 USA Hockey Tier III Junior Hockey National Champion New Hampshire Junior Monarchs of the Eastern Junior Hockey League in 2007-08...Was third on the team in scoring with 22 goals and 18 assists for 40 points in 44 games played...Led the team with eight power play goals...Also scored two shorthanded goals and three game-winning goals...

>> 2009–10 SEASON HIGHS • Goals: 1, four times • Assists: 2, at Clarkson, 11/6/10 • Points: 2, at Clarkson, 11/6/10

>> CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 1, six times • Assists: 2, at Clarkson, 11/6/10 • Points: 2, at Clarkson, 11/6/10

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year 2008–09 2009–10 Totals

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GP 33 20 53

G 2 4 6

A PTS PIM 4 6 18 8 12 12 12 18 30


Scored twice against the Jr. Huskies in a 3-1 win on 9/28...Had two goals and two assists in a 10-2 win over the Boston Jr. Shamrocks on 10/18... Scored four goals – including three on the power play, in a 5-1 win over Syracuse on 1/5...Followed that performance with a hat trick against Boston on 1/15 in a 3-1 win...Tagged Green Mountain for two goals and two assists in an 8-1 win on 1/31...Before playing for the Monarchs, he attended the St. Paul’s School where he was a two-year varsity athlete in ice hockey and football...While at St. Paul, he led the ice hockey team in scoring for the 2005-06 and 2006-07 season...Named Division I Prep School Ice Hockey All-Leage...Given the St. Paul’s School’s 2007 “Form of the 1903” Hockey Medal for excellence and sportsmanship... Graduated Magna Cum Laude from St. Paul’s...Also played varsity ice hockey, football, field hockey and lacrosse at Loyola High School.

PERSONAL: Son of Ann Soden and Serge Bouharevich...Has one sister, Ali (24)... Born in Montreal, Quebec.

>> 2009–10 GAME-BY-GAME Date Oct. 8 Oct. 9 Oct. 17 Oct. 30 Oct. 31 Nov. 06 Nov. 07 Nov. 13 Nov. 14 Nov. 20 Nov. 21 Nov. 25 Nov. 28 Dec. 4 Dec. 5 Dec. 12 Dec. 29 Jan. 4 Jan. 8 Jan. 9

Opponent at Ohio State at Ohio State Bentley at Robert Morris at Robert Morris Clarkson St. Lawrence Harvard Dartmouth at Colgate at Cornell Princeton UMass at Yale Bulldogs at Brown AIC at Harvard at Princeton RPI M-Union

Goals Assists Points 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Dan Clarke GOALTENDER Junior > 5–10 > 165 lbs. Belleville, Ont. > Bowmanville (OPJHL)

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2009–10:

Had a break-out season, earning team Most Valuable Player honors… Appeared in 35 games….Allowed 84 goals in 1,997:28 for a 2.52 goalsagaisnt average…Stopped 883 of 967 shots on goal for a .913 save percentage…Finished the year at 15–15–2…Posted 10 30-save games…He was named the Hockey Commissioner’s Association (HCA) Player of the Month for November…He was 7-0-0 to help the Bobcats to their perfect 8–0–0 record while capturing a pair of ECAC Hockey Goalie of the Week awards… Up to that point of the season, he was the only goalie in Division I hockey with a 1.000 winning percentage for the season…Set an ECAC Hockey Tournament record with 73 saves in Quinnipiac’s five-overtime victory against Union on 3/13…His 73 saves were also a Quinnipiac single-game record, passing Justin Eddy’s 58 saves on Nov. 3, 2000. Opened the year with a 44-save, 3–1 win against No. 17 Ohio State on 10/9…Stopped 34 shots in a 4–2 win against Clarkson on 11/6…Turned back 27 of 29 against St. Lawrence on 11/7 in a 5-2 win…Ran his record to 4–0–0 after stopping 27 of 28 against Harvard in a 5–1 win on 11/13…Stopped 33 of 35 in a 4–2 win against Dartmouth…Helped No. 5 Cornell to two goals to improve to 6–0–0 on 11/21…Stopped 29 of 30 against Princeton in a 5–1 win on 11/25…Stopped 28 shots on goal against No. 19 UMass in a 5–4 overtime victory…Had back-to-back 30-save outings against Prince on 1/4 and Harvard on 1/8…Had 35 saves in a 4–3 win against No. 10 Yale on 2/27.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008–09:

Played in 13 games, allowing 30 goals in 634:21 for a 2.84 goals-against average…Stopped 223 of 253 shots for a .881 save percentage while also posting a 5–6–1 win-loss-tied record…He opened his collegiate career with back-to-back wins against nationally ranked No. 11 Air Force and No. 20 Dartmouth…Named to the Toyota UConn Hockey Classic All-Tournament team after picking up the victory in his first career start against #11 Air >> 2009–10 SEASON HIGHS • Saves: 73, vs. Union, 3/13/10 • Least Goals Allowed: 0, two times • Most Goals Allowed: 6, two times

>> CAREER HIGHS • Saves: 73, vs. Union, 3/13/10 • Least Goals Allowed: 0, two times • Most Goals Allowed: 6, two times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year 2008–09 2009–10 Totals

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GP G A PTS 13 5–6–1 223 .881 35 15–15–2 883 .913 48 20–21–3 1,220 .907

PIM 2.84 2.52 2.6


Force…He stopped 29 shots in the win while holding AFA to just two goals...Recorded his first career shutout in the very next game in a 6-0 win over No. 20 Dartmouth on 1/3...Had eight saves over 25 minutes while holding RPI scoreless on 1/9...Had 20 saves while allowing four goals in a 4–2 loss to Union on 1/10...Held Brown to one goal while recording 19 saves in a 5–1 win on 1/30...Had 18 saves in a 5–3 win over Clarkson on 2/14/09.

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Played for the Bowmanville (Ont.) Eagles of the Ontario Provincial Junior Hockey League after being traded by the Cobourg Cougars at midseason…Played eight games for the Eagles, posting a 5–2–1 record with a 2.08 goals-against average and a .938 save percentage…Allowed just one goal in his final 120 minutes in net, while stopping 57 of 58

shots-on-goal…Had 28 saves in a 3–1 win over Port Hope…In a 2–0 win over Kingston, Clarke turned back all 29 shots-on-goal as he posted a shutout in Bowmanville’s final game of the season…Named Playoff Most Valuable Player for Bowmanville in 2007–08…Playoff MVP for Cobourg in 2006–07…Most Improved Player with Cobourg in 2005– 06. PERSONAL: Son of Dolores and Robert Clarke…Has an older brother, Dale, who played for St. Lawrence University from 1996–2000 before signing with the St. Louis Blues…Dale is currently playing in the Espo Blue Finnish Elite League…Another brother, Dylan, currently plays for Plattsburgh State…Born in Belleville, Ontario.

>> 2009–10 GAME-BY-GAME Date Oct.9 Oct 31 Nov. 06 Nov. 07 Nov. 13 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 25 Nov. 28 Dec. 4 Dec. 5 Dec. 10 Dec. 29 Jan. 04 Jan. 09 Jan. 15 Jan. 16 Jan. 22 Jan. 23 Jan. 29 Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Mar. 5 Mar. 6 Mar. 7 Mar. 12 Mar. 12 Mar. 12 Mar. 13 Mar. 14

Opponent at Ohio State at Robert Morris Clarkson St. Lawrence Harvard Dartmouth at Cornell Princeton UMass at Yale Bulldogs at Brown at Holy Cross at Harvard at Princeton M-Union St. Cloud State St. Cloud State Niagara Niagara at Dartmouth Cornell Colgate at St. Lawrence at Clarkson at PRI at M-Union Brown Yale Bulldogs Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth at M-Union at M-Union at M-Union at M-Union at M-Union

Goals Assists Points 60:00 1 44 7:38 4 14 60:00 2 34 60:00 2 27 59:47 1 27 60:00 2 27 59:48 2 23 60:00 1 29 60:57 4 28 59:21 6 34 58:44 2 29 64:56 1 14 59:05 2 20 62:45 4 30 62:19 2 30 58:27 2 24 40:00 3 12 27:40 3 11 64:58 3 30 57:34 4 16 58:33 2 14 60:00 0 26 60:00 0 23 57:11 3 15 57:42 4 16 15:39 2 6 56:37 3 26 59:56 3 35 60:00 2 23 60:00 6 29 60:00 1 26 150:07 2 73 119:55 2 62 30:22 0 11 58:20 3 29 59:04 2 33

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Spencer Heichman FORWARD Junior > 5–6 > 160 lbs. Yorba Linda, Calif. > Sioux City (USHL)

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2009-10:

Appeared in 31 games…Scored three goals while assisting on another…Had an assist in Quinnipiac’s 4-2 win against No. 17 Ohio State to open the season…Scored against Dartmouth in a 4–2 win…Scored against Dartmouth in 4–3 loss on 1/29…Had a goal in an 8–3 win against Dartmouth on 2/26.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008-09:

Scored his first collegiate point with an assist against Union on 10/14 at the Mutual of Omaha Stampede...Scored his first career goal against American International in a 4–1 win on 10/18...Scored a shorthanded goal in a 4–1 loss to UMass Lowell on 10/30...Had a career-high two assists against Connecticut...Was named the ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Week on Nov. 3 after being the only Bobcat to total a point in both games played that week…Had five points through his first four collegiate games… Had an assist against RPI on 11/15...Had an assist in Quinnipiac’s 4–2 win over No. 11 Air Force on 12/30...Had one assist in Quinnipiac’s 5–2 win against Harvard on 1/2...Had an assist against No. 20 Darmouth on 1/3...Had one assist in the Bobcats’ 8–5 loss to Robert Morris on 1/24...Scored in a 5–3 win against Clarkson on 2/14...Had a goal and an assist in Quinninpiac’s 3–3 tie with No. 7 Yale on 2/20...Had an assist in Quinni­piac’s ECAC Hockey FirstRound series win against Colgate…Also had one assist in the Bobcats’ 5–3 loss to St. Lawrence in Game 1 of the ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals.

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Played for the Sioux City Musketeers of the United States Hockey League… Led Sioux City in goals scored (23) while also totaling 24 assists to finish third on the team with 47 points…Named to the 2007–08 USHL All-Star Team…Selected as Siouxland’s Choice Award’s “Best Musketeer”… Named 2007–08 Kamloops Hockey Tournament Most Valuable Player… 2007–08 Sioux City team captain…2006–07 Sioux City Most Improved Player…Was a five-sport varsity athlete at Bishop Heelan Catholic High School in Yorba Linda, Calif.…Played tennis, lacrosse, field hockey while also running cross country in addition to ice hockey.

PERSONAL:

Son of Susie and Darren Heichman…Has one brother, Tyler…Born in Yorba Linda, Calif.

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS

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Year 2008–09 2009–10 Totals

GP W-L-T SVS PCT GAA 38 4 11 15 16 37 3 1 4 14 75 7 12 19 30


Ben Arnt FORWARD Sophomore > 5–11 > 181 lbs. Oakdale, Minn. > Omaha (USHL)

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009–10:

Appeared in 34 games…Scored two goals while assisting on four more for six points…First career point came on an assist against Princeton in a 4–3 loss on 1/4…His first career goal came in a 6–2 loss to Niagara on 1/22… Had a goal and an assist in an 8–3 win against Brown on 2/26…Had a pair of assists in the ECAC Hockey Tournament First Round series against Dartmouth.

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Played for the Omaha Lancers of the United States Hockey League from 2007 through 2009…In 175 career games, he’s totaled 53 goals and 44 assists for 97 points…Has a career plus/minus of +23…Had 17 power-goal goals and 12 power-play assists for his career…In 2009, he scored 21 goals while assisting on a career-high 24 more for 45 points…Third on the team in plus/minus at +14…In 2008, He tallied 22 goals and 14 assists for 36 points…In his first year in Omaha in 2007, he had 10 goals and six assists for 16 points…Helped Omaha to the 2007–08 National Championship… Honored with the team Leadership Award in 2008–09, while also serving as the Lancers’ captain.

PERSONAL:

Son of Amy and Jim Arnt…Has one younger brother, Alex…Plans to major in biomedical sciences and business…Also played at Millard (Minn.) North High School…Named Most Valuable Player while earning AllConference and All-State honors…Born in Oakdale, Minn.

>> 2009–10 SEASON & CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 1, vs. Niagara, 1/22/10 • Assists: 1, four times • Points: 1, five times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS

Year GP W-L-T SVS PCT GAA 2009–10 34 1 5 6 12 Totals 34 1 5 6 12

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Loren Barron DEFENSEMAN Sophomore > 6–1 > 179 lbs. Glendora, Calif. > Indiana (USHL)

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009–10:

Appeared in 38 games…Totaled three goals and five assists for eight points… Scored three power-play goals…Scored twice in a 5–1 win against Princeton on 11/25 for his first collegiate points…Scored once against No. 10 Yale on 12/4 in a 7–4 loss…Had one assist against Dartmouth on 1/29…Had three assists in an 8–3 win against Dartmouth on 2/26…Had one assist against Yale on 2/27 in a 4–3 win.

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Played for the Indiana Ice of the United States Hockey League…Totaled three goals and 18 assists for 21 points in helping the Ice to the Clark Cup Championship…Third in defensemen goals, assists and points…Had his first career goal against Green Bay on 11/28/08…Had a pair of assists against Chicago on 11/29/08 in a 3–2 win…Had two assists in a 8–4 win against Sioux City on 2/9/09…Had a goal and two assists against Des Moines in a 4–0 win on 2/11/09…Had a pair of assists against Cedar Rapids on 3/10/09…Before he suited up for the Ice, he played for the Valley Junior Warriors of the Eastern Junior Hockey League (EJHL), winning the EJHL Rookie of the Week in 2008…Also played for the Los Angeles Junior Kings.

PERSONAL:

Son of Sarah and Richard Barron…Has two younger brothers, Alex and Cole…Plans to major in business…Attended Glendora High School…Born in Glendora, Calif.

>> 2009–10 SEASON & CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 1, vs. St. Lawrence, 2/12/10 • Assists: 3, vs. Dartmouth, 12/4/09 • Points: 3, vs. Dartmouth, 12/4/09

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS

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Year GP G A PTS PIM 2009–10 38 3 5 8 22 Totals 38 3 5 8 22


Zack Currie DEFENSEMAN Sophomore > 5–11 > 185 lbs. Victoria, British Columbia > Cowichan Valley (BCHL)

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009-10: Appeared in 26 games...Totaled one goal and four assists for five points… His first career point came on a goal against St. Lawrence in a 5–2 win on 11/7…Had an assist in a 6–2 loss to Niagara on 1/22…Had one assist in a 5–0 win against St. Lawrence on 2/12…Had an assist in a 5–3 loss to Rensselaer on 2/19…Had an assist in the ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals against Union on 3/14.

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC: Played three seasons for the Cowichan Valley Capitals of the British Columbia Hockey League…In 136 career games, he totaled 24 goals and 69 assists for 93 points…Had 13 power-play goals in his career…In 2009, he totaled 11 goals and 29 assists for 40 points…In 2008, he scored eight goals while assisting on 28 more for 36 career points…Had five goals and 12 assists for 17 points.

PERSONAL:

Son of Christine and Brian Currie…Plans to major in physical therapy/sports medicine…Also attended Claremont Secondary School…Born in Victoria, British Columbia.

>> 2009–10 SEASON & CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 1, vs. St. Lawrence, 11/7/09 • Assists: 1, four times • Points: 1, five times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS

Year GP G A PTS PIM 2009–10 26 1 4 5 10 Totals 26 1 4 5 10

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Mike Dalhuisen DEFENSEMAN Sophomore > 6–3 > 210 lbs. Nymegen, Holland > Lincoln (USHL)

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009–10:

Had a solid freshman campaign, appearing in 37 games…Totaled one goal and six assists for seven points…Made an immediate contribution on defense for the Bobcats…Big, physical presence on the ice…First career points came on a pair of assists against St. Lawrence in a 5–2 win on 11/7…Had an assist in the Bobcats 5–4 overtime win against No. 10 UMass on 11/28…Had an assist in a 4–3 loss to Princeton on 1/4…Had a goal in a 5–0 win against St. Lawrence on 2/12…Had two assists against Brown in an 8–3 win on 2/26.

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Played for the Lincoln Stars of the United States Hockey League for the past two years…Has played in 123 games in three years of junior hockey, totaling five goals and 24 assists for 29 career points…Was named the Best Defenseman on the U18 and U20 IIHF Division II Netherlands Teams…In 2008–09, he totaled five goals and 14 assists for 19 points…Second among all Stars’ defensemen in goals, assists and points…Had a team-best +22 plus/ minus…Had one power-play goal and two power-play assists…Scored his first junior hockey goal against Omaha in a 3–1 win on 10/4/08…His lone multiple-point game came against Green Bay on 3/20/09 with two assists in a 3–2 win…Also played for Lincoln during the 2007–08 season, totaling five assists in 41 games played…Before Lincoln, he suited up for the Chicago Steel for the 2006–07 season...Was teammates that year with current Quinnipiac goalie Pat McGann and former Bobcat Nick Pisselini.

PERSONAL:

Son of Romy and Art Dalhuisen…Has one younger sister, Britt…Majoring in business…Born in Nijmegen, Netherlands.

>> 2009–10 SEASON & CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 1, vs. St. Lawrence 2/12/10 • Assists: 2, two times • Points: 2, two times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year 2009–10 Totals

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GP 37 37

G 1 1

A 6 6

PTS 7 7

PIM 54 54


Zach Davies DEFENSEMAN Sophomore > 6–0 > 180 lbs. Smithers, British Columbia > Prince George (BCHL)

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009-10: Played in 41 games…Made an immediate contribution on the blue line for the Bobcats…Totaled two goals and 13 assists for 15 points…Top scoring freshman defenseman in the Bobcats line-up…First collegiate point came against Robert Morris with an assist in a 5–0 win on 10/30…Had a goal and an assist against Robert Morris in an 8–5 loss on 10/31…Picked up an assist against Colgate in a 5–3 win on 11/20…Scored once against nationallyranked Cornell in a 3–2 win on 11/21…Had an assist against Brown in a 2–1 loss on 12/5…Had a pair of assists against American International on 12/12…Had one assist against Colgate in a 2–0 win on 2/6…Had a helper against Clarkson in a 4–1 loss on 2/13…Had an assist against Dartmouth for his first ECAC Hockey Tournament point on 3/6…Had a pair of assists against Union in the ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals.

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC: Played for the Prince George Spruce Kings of the British Columbia Hockey League for the last three seasons…In 174 games played, he has scored 30 goals while assisting on 70 more for 100 career points…Was named the team’s Most Valuable Player in 2009…Also named team’s Best Defesneman in 2008 and 2009…Won the team’s Community Service Award in 2009… Named Most Sportsmanlike in 2008 and Most Improved in 2007…In 2009, he ranked among the BCHL leaders in goals (16), assists (34) and points (50)…In 2008, he totaled 11 goals and 22 assists for 33 points...Scored three game-winning goals that season…In 2007, he finished with three goals and 14 assists for 17 points…

PERSONAL:

Son of Susan and Allen Davies…Plans to majoring in kinesiology…Has one younger brother, Isaac…Attended Smithers Secondary School…Born in Smithers, British Columbia. >> 2009–10 SEASON & CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 1, two times • Assists: 2, vs. American International, 2/12/09 • Points: 2, vs. American International, 2/12/09

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS

Year GP G A PTS PIM 2009–10 41 2 12 14 14 Totals 41 2 12 14 14

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Russell Goodman FORWARD Sophomore > 6–1 > 200 lbs. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan > Nanaimo Clippers (BCHL)

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009–10:

Played in 21 games…Missed the first 17 games of the season due to injury… Totaled two goals and three assists for the year…Picked up an assist in his first game played, a 4–3 loss to Princeton on 1/4…Scored his first career goal in a 3–1 loss to St. Cloud State on 1/15…Had a goal against Dartmouth in a 4–3 loss on 1/29…Had one assist against Union in a 7–3 loss on 2/20… Assisted on the game-winning goal against Dartmouth on 3/7.

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Played three seasons with the Nanaimo Clippers of the British Columbia Hockey League…In 147 career games with Nanaimo, he totaled 60 goals and 96 assists for 156 points…In 2009, he tallied 17 goals and 32 assists for a team-high 49 points…In 2008, he played in 31 games, scoring 12 goals and assisting on 34 more…In his first year with Nanaimo in 2007, he scored a career-high 30 goals while assisting on 31 more for a career-best 61 points.

PERSONAL:

Son of Deanna and Kim Goodman…Majoring in business…Has one younger brother, Michael, and one younger sister, Alli…Born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

>> 2009–10 SEASON & CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 1, two times • Assists: 1, three times • Points: 1, five times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year 2009–10 Totals

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GP 21 21

G 2 2

A 3 3

PTS 5 5

PIM 13 13


Eric Hartzell GOALIE Sophomore > 6–4 > 188 lbs. White Bear Lake, Minn. > Sioux Falls (USHL)

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009–10:

Appeared in six games…Posted a 4–2–0 record…Allowed 13 goals in 299:04 between the pipes for a 2.61 goals-against average…Stopped 110 of 123 shots on goal for a .894 save percentage…In his first collegiate game, he stopped 30 of 32 shots in a 4–2 win against No. 17 Ohio State…Improved to 2–0–0 with a 20-save shutout against Robert Morris in a 5–0 win…Took the hardluck loss after allowing three goals against Robert Morris after entering the game midway through the second period…Stopped 27 of 30 shots in a 5–3 win against Colgate to improve to 3–1–0 on his career…Stopped 15 of 17 against American International in a 5–2 win to improve to 4–1–0…Took the loss against Rensselaer in a 4–1 loss to finish the year at 4–2–0.

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Played for three seasons with the Sioux Falls Stampede of the United States Hockey League…Logged 4,494 minutes over 79 career games…Posted a 39–32–4 record with a career 3.08 goals-against average and a .905 save percentage…In 2009, he posted a 20–22–2 record in 46 games played with a 3.28 GAA and a .900 save percentage…In 2008, he was 19–9–2 with a 2.75 GAA and .913 save percentage.

PERSONAL:

Son of Mary Beth and Kevin Hartzell…Plans to major in business…Also lettered in football and baseball at Roosevelt High School…Has one older brother, Brandon, and one younger sister, Whitney…Born in White Bear Lake, Minn.

>> 2009–10 SEASON & CAREER HIGHS • Saves: 30, vs. Ohio State, 10/8/09 • Least Goals Allowed: 0, at Robert Morris 10/30/09 • Most Goals Allowed: 3, three times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year 2009–10 Totals

GP W–L–T SVS PCT GAA 6 4–2–0 110 .894 2.62 6 4–2–0 110 .894 2.62

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Clay Harvey FORWARD Sophomore > 5–9 > 180 lbs. Gull Lake, Saskatchewan > Powell River (BCHL)

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009–10:

Appeared in 29 games…Scored one goal while assisting on six more for seven points…Had an assist in three straight games from Nov. 14 through 11/25… Had an assist against Darmouth in a 4-2 win, against Cornell in a 3-2 win and against Princeton in a 5-1 win…Had an assist in a 6-2 loss to Niagara on 1/22…Had an assist in a 4-3 loss to Dartmouth 1/29…Scored his first career goal against St. Lawrence in a 5-0 win on 2/12…Had an assist in a 7-3 loss to Union on 2/20.

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Played for three seasons with Powell River Kings of the British Columbia Hockey League…Played with current Quinnipiac classmate D’Arcy Oakes… In 175 career games played, he’s scored 103 goals and assisted on 108 more for 211 career points…Had at least 35 goals and 40 assists in each of the last two seasons…Ranked among the BCHL leaders in goals, assists and points in each of the last two seasons…In 2009, he totaled 38 goals and 41 assists for 79 points…Scored 21 power-play goals and three short-handed goals… In 2008, he tallied 37 goals and a career-high 43 assists for 80 points…In his first season with Powell River, he had 28 goals and 24 assists for 52 points… In 32 postseason games, he’s totaled 25 goals and 18 assists for 43 points… In 2009, he had 10 goals and 10 assists in 18 playoff games…Was named the BCHL Rookie of the Year in 2007…Was the team’s top scorer while collecting the most 3 Star Awards in 2008…Team most valuable player, while also receiving the Coaches Award and the Scholastic Award in 2009.

PERSONAL:

Son of Cindy and George Harvey…Has one younger brother, Craig, and one younger sister, Kaitlyn…Plans to major in business…Also played football at Gull Lake Hich School…Born in Gull Lake, Saskatchewan.

>> 2009–10 SEASON & CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 1, vs. St. Lawrence, 2/12/10 • Assists: 1, six times • Points: 1, six times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year 2009–10 Totals

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GP W-L-T SVS 29 1 6 29 1 6

PCT 7 7

GAA 10 10


Jeremy Langlois FORWARD Sophomore > 6–0 > 173 lbs. Tempe, Ariz. > New Jersey (EJHL)

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009–10:

Named the team’s Rookie of the Year…Led all Bobcat freshman with eight goals and 12 assists for 20 points…Appeared in 41 games…His first career point came on an assist against No. 17 Ohio State in a 4–2 win on 10/8… Had one assist in each game of the Bobcats’ two-game set against Robert Morris on 10/30 and 10/31, respectively…Had an assist against St. Lawrence in a 5–2 win on 11/7…Scored his first career goal in a 5–1 win against Harvard on 11/13…First two-goal game came against Colgate in a 5–3 win on 11/20…Had a pair of goals against Princeton in a 5–1 win on 11/25… Had one assist in the Bobcats 5–4 win against No. 10 UMass on 11/28… Had an assist against American International on 12/12…Had one assist in a 3–2 loss to St. Cloud State 1/16…Had a helper in a 3–3 tie with Niagara 1/23…Had two assists in a 5–0 blanking of St. Lawrence on 2/12…Had one assist in a 7–3 loss to Union on 2/20…Scored twice in an 8–3 drubbing of Brown on 2/26…Scored once against Union in the ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals in a 3–2 five overtime win on 3/12–13.

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Played for the New Jersey Hitmen of the Eastern Junior Hockey League… Was named the EJHL Offensive Player of the Year and Most Valuable Player after finishing the year as the league’s leading scorer…Had 35 goals and 47 assists for 82 points…Had 10 power-play goals and 21 power-play assists…Had 23 multiple-point games…Had three goals and two assists against Springfield in an 11–2 win on 10/12/08…Scored twice in back-toback games against Boston and New York…Had two goals against Valley on 11/2/08…Had two goals and two assists against New York on 12/9/08… Had a hat trick, while adding one assist, against Syracuse on 1/25/09… Scored twice at Baystate on 1/31/09…Had 21 points in his last eight games of the season…Had a goal and four assists against Syracuse on 2/15/09 and Boston on 2/20/09.

PERSONAL:

Son of Suzanna Pawlowski and Bill Langlois…Has one older sister, Andrea, and one younger brother, Jameson…Attended Corona Del Sol High School…Born in Tempe, Ariz. >> 2009–10 SEASON & CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 2, two times • Assists: 2, vs. St. Lawrence, 2/12/10 • Points: 2, 3 times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year 2009–10 Totals

GP 41 41

G 8 8

A PTS PIM 12 20 18 12 20 18

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D’Arcy Oakes FORWARD Sophomore > 6–0 > 175 lbs. Shanty Bay, Ontario > Powell River (BCHL)

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009–10:

Played in 29 games…Totaled five goals and four assists for nine points… First career point came on an assist in a 3-2 overtime win against Bentley on 10/17…Also had an assist in an 8-5 loss to Robert Morris on 10/31…First career goal came against American International in a 5-2 win on 12/12… Had a pair of goals in the Bobcats’ 4-3 loss to Princeton on 1/4…Had one goal in a 5-0 win against St. Lawrence on 2/12…Had one assist in an 8-3 win against Brown on 2/26…Had a goal and an assist in the Bobcats 6-3 loss in the second game of the ECAC Hockey Tournament First Round against Dartmouth on 3/6..

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Played for the Powell River Kings of the British Columbia Hockey League… Named the 2009 BCHL Most Valuable Player and Most Sportsmanlike Player after leading the league in scoring…Also named the 2008 team Co-MVP of the regular season and playoffs…Helped Powell River to the 2009 Coastal Conference Championship and the BCHL Finals…Led the BCHL with 42 goals and 99 points…57 assists ranked second in the league…Had a league-best 11 goals and 13 assists for 24 points in 13 playoff games…Played with current Quinnipiac classmate Clay Harvey at Powell River…In 2008 with Powell River, he totaled 36 goals and 36 assists for 72 points.

PERSONAL:

Son of Joyce and Jim Oakes…Has one older brother, Darryl…Plans to major in business…Also played golf at Eastview Secondary School…Led Eastview to the 2004 Ontario High School Hockey Finals as the team’s captain, most valuable player and leading scorer…Born in Shanty Bay, Ontario.

>> 2009–10 SEASON & CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 1, vs. Princeton, 1/4/10 • Assists: 1, four times • Points: 2, two times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS

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Year GP G A PTS PIM 2009–10 29 5 4 9 2 Totals 29 5 4 9 2


Reese Rolheiser FORWARD Sophomore > 5–10 > 170 lbs. t Edmonton, Alberta > Sherwood Park (AJHL)

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009–10:

Played in 22 games…Totaled four goals and four assists for eight points… First career point came on a goal against Bentley in a 3–2 overtime win on 10/17…Also had an assist in that game…Had a goal against St. Lawrence in a 5–2 win on 11/7…Had one assist against Dartmouth in a 4–2 victory on 11/14…Scored what stood up to be the game-winner against No. 5 Cornell in a 3–2 victory on 11/21…Had a pair of assists in a 5–1 win against Princeton on 11/25…Had a goal against Union in the third game of the ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals in a 2–1 loss on 3/14.

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Played five seasons with the Sherwood Park Crusaders of the Alberta Junior Hockey League…In over 250 games played in five years, he totaled 90 goals and 127 assists for 217 career points with Sherwood Park…In 2008–09, he led the AJHL in assists (55) and points (88) while also scoring 33 goals… Named team Most Valuable Player…Played in the AJHL Top Prospects game…Two-time selection to the AJHL All-Star Game…Named All-League All-Star First-Team In 2007…Also played basketball and volleyball at Strathcona High School.

PERSONAL:

Son of Barb and Roy Rolheiser…Plans to major in business…Has two older sisters, Kelsey and Taylor…Born in Edmonton, Alberta.

>> 2009–10 SEASON & CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 1, four times • Assists: 2, vs. Princeton, 11/24/09 • Points: 2, two times

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year 2009–10 Totals

GP 22 22

G 4 4

A 2 2

PTS 8 8

PIM 6 6

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Bobby Tyson DEFENSEMAN Sophomore > 5–11 > 170 lbs. > Shoots: Right The Woodlands, Texas > Grande Prairie (AJHL)

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009–10:

Appeared in six games…First career goal came in the ECAC Hockey Tournament First Round in a 6–3 loss to Dartmouth on 3/6.

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Played for the Grande Prairie Storm of the Alberta Junior Hockey League for the past two seasons…Named the team’s Top Defenseman and an AJHL North Division All-Star in helping Grande Prairie to the AJHL Championship…In 2008–09, Grande Prairie set the AJHL record for fewest goals allowed…He totaled 31 points, including five goals and 26 assists, tops among all Grande Prairie defensemen…In 2008, he totaled eight goals and 15 assists for 23 points…In 120 career games with Grande Prairie, he has totaled 13 goals and 41 assists for 54 points…Last season, he had a goal and an assist against Lloydminster on 9/6/08…Had two goals and an assist against Bonnyville on 10/15/08…Had a pair of two-assist performances against Lloydminster on 11/23/08 and St. Albert on 12/9/08…Had two assists against Okotoks on 12/21/08…Had a pair of helpers against Drayton Valley on 2/3/09…Before Grande Praire, he played for the Powell River Kings of the British Columbia Hockey League…In 72 career goals with Powell River, he totaled six goals and five assists for 11 points.

PERSONAL:

Son of Dana and Bob Tyson…Has one younger sister, Danielle, and three younger brothers, Matt, Mitch and Nash…Plans to major in entrepreneurship and small business management…Attended The Woodlands High School…Born in The Woodlands, Texas.

>> 2009–10 SEASON & CAREER HIGHS • Goals: 1, vs. Dartmouth, 3/6/10 • Assists: 1, vs. Dartmouth, 3/6/10 • Points: 1, vs. Dartmouth, 3/6/10

>> YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS

Year GP G A PTS PIM 2009–10 11 1 0 1 8 Totals 11 1 0 1 8


John Dunbar FORWARD Freshman > 5–8 > 165 lbs. Calgary, Alberta > Calgary Canucks (AJHL)

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Played two seasons with the Calgary (Alberta) Canucks of the Alberta Junior Hockey League…In 2009–10, he was named the team’s Most Valuable Player, and voted the team’s Most Popular Player, after leading the team in scoring for the second straight year…Unanimous selections to the AJHL South All-Star Team…Named to AJHL South Division All-League Team… Member of the Silver Medal winning Team Canada West team in the 2010 World Junior A Challenge…In 2008–09, he led the Canucks in goals and points…Named team Rookie of the Year…AJHL South All-Star Team selection…AJHL All-Rookie Team pick.

PERSONAL:

Son of Doug and Jean Dunbar…Has a half-brother Dean and half-sister Tracy…Majoring in business…Born in Calgary, Alberta.

Corey Hibbeler DEFENSEMAN/FORWARD Freshman > 6–0 > 190 lbs. St. Charles, Mo. > Lincoln (USHL)

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Played two seasons with the Lincoln Stars of the United States Hockey League (USHL)…In 106 games played at Lincoln, he totaled five goals and 20 assists for 25 career points…Last season, he totaled three goals and 11 asssists…In his first season, he registered two goals and nine assists.

PERSONAL:

Son of Karina and Mike Hibbeler…Has one sister, Nicole…Majoring in international business…Born in St. Charles, Mo.


Connor Jones FORWARD Freshman > 5–9 > 165 lbs. Montrose, British Columbia > Vernon Vipers (BCHL)

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Led the Vernon Vipers of the British Columbia Hockey League to the 2009 and 2010 RBC Cup National Championships…Named the RBC Top Forward…Played four season s with the Vernon Vipers…In 163 career games, totaled 80 goals and 118 assists for 198 career points…Had a careerhigh 36 goals and 45 assists for 81 points in 2009–10…Ranked eighth in the BCHL in points and sixth in goals scored…Ranked 19th in the BCHL in 2008–09 with 60 points.

PERSONAL:

Son of Loretta and Connor Jones…twin brother Kellen is also a member of the Quinnipiac Men’s Ice Hockey team…Majoring in journalism…Born in Montrose, British Columbia.

Kellen Jones FORWARD Freshman > 5–9 > 165 lbs. Montrose, British Columbia > Vernon Vipers (BCHL)

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Selected with the 22nd pick of the seventh round in the 2010 National Hockey League draft by the Edmonton Oilers…Helped the Vernon Vipers of the British Columbia Hockey League to the 2009 and 2010 RBC Cup National Championships…totaled 12 goals and 41 assists for 53 points, helping the Vipers to their sixth Coupe RBC National Championship… Second on the team with 19 points, five goals and a team-best 14 assists, during the BCHL Playoffs last season.

PERSONAL:

Son of Loretta and Connor Jones…twin brother Connor is also a member of the Quinnipiac Men’s Ice Hockey team…Majoring in business…Born in Montrose, British Columbia.

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Zach Tolkinen DEFENSEMAN Freshman > 6–3 > 190 lbs. Lino Lakes, Minnesota > Fairbanks Ice Dogs (NAHL)

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Suited up for the Fairbanks (Alaska) Ice Dogs of the North American Hockey League…Totaled 37 points on 12 goals and 25 assists to help Fairbanks to a second place finish for the 2009–10 Robertson Cup National Championship…Had two goals and three assists in the playoffs…All Conference honoree…Named a Ted Brill Great 8 honoree…Hobey Baker Character Award recipient…Graduated from Centennial Senior High School in 2008…Lettered twice in hockey and three times in tennis.

PERSONAL:

Son of Cheri and Gary Tolkinene…Father, Gary, played hockey at Concordia College and coaches hockey at Centennial Senior High School.. Has a brother, Erik, two sisters, Jane and Rachel…Majoring in PreMedicine…Born in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Brooks Robinson FORWARD Freshman > 5–10 > 175 lbs. Brainard, Minnesota > Fort MacMurray Oil Barons (AJHL)

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Spent the 2009–10 season with the Fort MacMurray Oil Barons of the Alberta Junior Hockey League…Named playoff most valuable player…Led the Cowichan Capitals in scoring and faceoff percentage on his way to winning Rookie of the Year honors…Helped the Grand Prairie Storm to the 2008 AJHL title…Also played for the Prince George Spruce Kings and the Powell River Kings of the British Columbia Hockey League.

PERSONAL:

Son of Paulyne and Scott Robinson…Father, Scott, played for the Milwaukee Admirals of the American Hockey League…Has one brother, Brad… Majoring in Business…Born in Brainard, Minnesota.

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Jake Whiting GOALIE Freshman > 5–10 > 185 lbs. Norfolk, Mass. > The Rivers School

BEFORE QUINNIPIAC:

Has spent the last two seasons as a team manager with the Quinnipiac Men’s Ice Hockey team…Graduated from The Rivers School in 2008…Four-year letterwinner at The Rivers…Senior captain…Co-Most Valuable Player and Paul Licht Award winner.

PERSONAL:

Son of Nancy and Jack Whiting…Has one brother, Matt…Majoring in marketing with a minor in sports studies…Born in Boston, Massachusetts.

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Bentley College FALCONS

Friday, Oct. 15 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn.

Brown University BEARS

Friday, Nov. 5 Meehan Auditorium • Providence, R.I. Saturday, Feb. 19 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn.

Canisius College GRIFFINS

Sunday, Jan. 16 Buffalo State Sports Arena • Buffalo, N.Y. Monday, Jan. 17 Buffalo State Sports Arena • Buffalo, N.Y.

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About Bentley College Location: Waltham, Mass. Enrollment: 4,016 President: Gloria C. Larson, JD Athletic Director: Bob DeFelice Conference: Atlantic Hockey Arena (Capacity): Ryan Skating Arena (1,500) Head Coach: Ryan Soderquist (Bentley ’00) Record: 99–154–28 (eight years) Assistant Coaches: Ben Murphy 2009–10 Record: 12–19–4 (10–15–3 AH) Hockey SID: Kyle Mack SID Phone: 781-891-2417 SID Fax: 781-891-2648 SID Email: kmack@bentley.edu

About Brown University Location: Providence, R.I. Enrollment: 7,701 President: Ruth J. Simmons Athletic Director: Mike Goldberger Conference: ECAC Hockey Arena (Capacity): Meehan Auditorium (2,495) Head Coach: Brendan Whittet (Brown ’94) Record: 13–20–4 Assistant Coaches: Jerry Keefe, Mark White 2009–10 Record: 13–20–4 (6–12–4 ECAC Hockey) Hockey SID: Jeanne Carhart SID Phone: 401-863-1094 SID Fax: 401-863-1436 SID Email: jeanne_carhart@brown.edu About Canisus College Location: Buffalo, N.Y. Enrollment: 3,461 President: Rev. Vincent M. Cooke Athletic Director: Bill Maher Conference: Atlantic Hockey Arena (Capacity): Buffalo State Sports Arena (1,800) Head Coach: Dave Smith (Ohio State ’92) Record: 62–97–22 (five years) Assistant Coaches: B.J. Adams, David Smith 2009–10 Record: 17–15–5 (13–11–4 Atlantic Hockey) Hockey SID: Jason Veniskey SID Phone: 716-888-3767 SID Fax: ? SID Email: veniskej@canisius.edu

RYAN SODERQUIST

BRENDAN WHITTET

DAVE SMITH


Clarkson University GOLDEN KNIGHTS

Saturday, Dec. 4 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. Friday, Jan. 28 Cheel Arena • Potsdam, N.Y.

Colgate University RAIDERS

Saturday, Nov. 13 Starr Rink • Hamilton, N.Y. Friday, Jan. 7 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn.

Cornell University BIG RED

Friday, Nov. 12 Lynah Rink • Ithaca, N.Y. Saturday, Jan. 8 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn.

About Clarkson University Location: Potsdam, N.Y. Enrollment: 3,000 President: Tony Collins Athletic Director: Steve Yianoukos Conference: ECAC Hockey Arena (Capacity): Cheel Arena (3,000) Head Coach: George Roll (Bowling Green ’86) Record: 234–197–44 (14 years) Assistant Coaches: Greg Drechsel, Chris Rogles 2009–10 Record: 4–15–3 (9–24–4 ECAC Hockey) Hockey SID: Gary Mikel SID Phone: 315-268-6673 SID Fax: 315-268-7613 SID Email: mikelg@clarkson.edu About Colgate University Location: Hamilton, N.Y. Enrollment: 2,800 President: Rebecca S. Chopp Athletic Director: David Roach Conference: ECAC Hockey Arena (Capacity): Starr Rink (2,246) Head Coach: Don Vaughan (St. Lawrence ’84) Record: 284–268–65 (17 years) Assistant Coaches: Brad Dexter, Jason Lefevre 2009–10 Record: 15–15–6 (12–8–2 ECAC Hockey) Hockey SID: Jeremiah Hergott SID Phone: 315-228-7566 SID Fax: 315-228-7977 SID Email: jhergott@mail.colgate.edu About Cornell University Location: Ithaca, N.Y. Enrollment: 13,700 President: David J. Skorton Athletic Director: J. Andrew Noel Jr. Conference: ECAC Hockey Arena (Capacity): Lynah Rink (3,836) Head Coach: Mike Schafer (Cornell ’86) Record: 283–145–49 (12 years) Assistant Coaches: Scott Garrow, Casey Jones 2009–10 Record: 21–9–4 (14–5–3 ECAC Hockey) Hockey SID: Kevin Zeise SID Phone: 607-255-3752 SID Fax: 607-255-9791 SID Email: kjz3@cornell.edu

GEORGE ROLL

DON VAUGHAN

MIKE SCHAFER

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Dartmouth College BIG GREEN

Saturday, Nov. 14 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. Friday, Jan. 29 Thompson Arena • Hanover, N.H.

About Dartmouth College Location: Hanover, N.H. Enrollment: 4,200 President: James Wright Athletic Director: Josie Harper Conference: ECAC Hockey Arena (Capacity): Thompson Arena (4,500) Head Coach: Dave Gaudet (Dartmouth ’81) Record: 270–308–76 (21 years) Assistant Coaches: Dave Peters, Brendan Whittet, Ed Walsh 2009–10 Record: 14–14–3 (11–9–2 ECAC Hockey) Hockey SID: Heather Croze SID Phone: 603-646-2468 SID Fax: 603-646-1286 SID Email: Heather.Croze@dartmouth.edu

DAVE GAUDET

Harvard University

About Harvard University Location: Cambridge, Mass. CRIMSON Enrollment: 6,704 President: Derek C. Bok Athletic Director: Bob Scalise Conference: ECAC Hockey Arena (Capacity): Bright Center (2,850) Head Coach: Ted Donato (Harvard ’91) Record: 82–67–17 (five years) Assistant Coaches: Sean McCann, Patrick Foley, Bruce Irving 2009–10 Record: 9–16–6 (9–7–6 ECAC Hockey) Friday, Nov. 13 Hockey SID: Casey Hart TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. SID Phone: 617-496-1379 SID Fax: 617-496-2130 Saturday, Jan. 30 Bright Hockey Center • Cambridge, Mass. SID Email: chart@fas.harvard.edu

College of the Holy Cross CRUSADERS

Saturday, Oct. 23 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn.

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About Holy Cross Location: Worcester, Mass. Enrollment: 2,897 President: Rev. Michael C. McFarland, S.J. Athletic Director: Richard M. Regan, Jr. Conference: Atlantic Hockey Arena (Capacity): Hart Center (1,600) Head Coach: Paul Pearl (Holy Cross ’89) Record: 226–226–54 (15 Years) Assistant Coaches: Brian Akashian, Jason Smith, Rob Godfrey 2009–10 Record: 12–19–6 (10–13–5 ECAC Hockey) Hockey SID: Jim Wrobel SID Phone: 508-793-2583 SID Fax: 508-793-2309 SID Email: jwrobel@holycross.edu

TED DONATO

PAUL PEARL


Ohio State University BUCKEYES

Thursday, Oct. 8 Friday, Oct. 9 OSU Ice Rink • Columbus, Ohio

Princeton University TIGERS

Wednesday, Nov. 25 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. Monday, Jan. 4 Hobey Baker Rink • Princeton, N.J.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute ENGINEERS

Saturday, Jan. 9 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. Friday, Feb. 19 Houston Field House • Troy, N.Y.

About Ohio State University Location: Columbus, Ohio Enrollment: 52,568 President: Gordon Gee Athletic Director: Eugene Smith Conference: Central Collegiate Hockey Association Arena (Capacity): William D. Mullins Memorial Center (8,373) Head Coach: John Markell (Browling Green ’79) Record: 265–249–50 (15 years) Assistant Coaches: ? 2009–10 Record: 23–15–4 (13–11–4 CCHA) Hockey SID: Leann Parker SID Phone: 614-688-0294 SID Fax: 614-292-8547 SID Email: parker.387@osu.edu About Princeton University Location: Princeton, N.J. Enrollment: 4,600 President: Shirley Tilghman Athletic Director: Gary D. Walters Conference: ECAC Hockey Arena (Capacity): Hobey Baker Memorial Rink (2,092) Head Coach: Guy Gadowsky (Colorado College ’89) Record: 144–169–32 (10 years) Assistant Coaches: John Riley, George Bosak 2009–10 Record: 22–12–1 (14–8–0 ECAC Hockey) Hockey SID: Yariv Amir SID Phone: 609-258-5701 SID Fax: 609-258-2399 SID Email: yamir@princeton.edu About Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Location: Troy, N.Y. Enrollment: 5,000 President: Shirley Ann Jackson Athletic Director: Ken Ralph Conference: ECAC Hockey Arena (Capacity): Houston Field House (5,217) Head Coach: Seth Appert (Ferris State ’96) Record: 31–68–14 (three years) Assistant Coach: Jim Montgomery, Shawn Kurulak 2009–10 Record: 10–27–2 (6–15–1 ECAC Hockey) Hockey SID: Kevin Beattie SID Phone: 518-276-2187 SID Fax: 518-276-2188 SID Email: beattk@rpi.edu

JOHN MARKELL

GUY GADOWSKY

SETH APPERT

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St. Cloud State University

Friday, Jan. 15 Saturday, Jan. 16 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn.

St. Lawrence University SAINTS

Friday, Nov. 7 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. Friday, Feb. 12 Appleton Arena • Canton, N.Y.

Union College DUTCHMEN

Friday, Jan. 8 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. Saturday, Feb. 20 Messa Rink • Schenectady, N.Y.

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About St. Cloud State University Location: St. Cloud, Minn. Enrollment: 16,882 President: Earl H. Potter, III Athletic Director: Morris Kurtz Conference: WCHA Arena (Capacity): National Hockey Center (5,371) Head Coach: Bob Motzko (St. Cloud State ’87) Record: 81–58–19 (four years) Assistant Coaches: Eric Rud, Mike Gibbons, Matt Chapman 2009–10 Record: 18–17–3 (13–13–2 WCHA) Hockey SID: Tom Nelson SID Phone: 320-308-2141 SID Fax: 320-308-2099 SID Email: tnelson@stcloudstate.edu About St. Lawrence University Location: Canton, N.Y. Enrollment: 2,160 President: Daniel F. Sullivan Athletic Director: Margie Strait Conference: ECAC Hockey Arena (Capacity): Appleton Arena (3,200) Head Coach: Joe Marsh (New Hampshire ’77) Record: 436–361–60 (24 years) Assistant Coaches: Chris Wells, Bob Prier 2008–09 Record: 21–12–5 (11–7–4 ECAC Hockey) Hockey SID: Wally Johnson SID Phone: 315-229-5588 SID Fax: 315-229-5589 SID Email: wjohnson@stlawu.edu

About Union College Location: Schenectady, N.Y. Enrollment: 2,200 President: Stephen Ainlay Athletic Director: Jim McLaughlin Conference: ECAC Hockey Arena (Capacity): Messa Rink (2,225) Head Coach: Nate Leaman (Cortland ’97) Record: 91–105–24 (five years) Assistant Coaches: Ben Barr, Rick Bennett 2009–10 Record: 19–17–3 (9–11–2 ECAC Hockey) Hockey SID: Kevin Zalaznik SID Phone: 518-388-6377 SID Fax: 518-388-6695 SID Email: zalaznik@union.edu

BOB MOTZKO

JOE MARSH

NATE LEAMAN


University of Massachusetts MINUTEMEN

Saturday, Nov. 28 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn.

University of Nebraska-Omaha BULLS

Thursday, Dec. 30 Friday, Dec. 31 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn

Yale University BULLDOGS

Friday, Dec. 4 Ingalls Rink • New Haven, Conn. Saturday, Feb. 27 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn.

About University of Massachusetts Location: Amherst, Mass. Enrollment: 25,593 President: Jack M. Wilson Athletic Director: John McCutcheon Conference: Hockey East Arena (Capacity): William D. Mullins Memorial Center (8,373) Head Coach: Don Cahoon (Boston University ‘72) Record: 113–146–28 (8 years) Assistant Coaches: ? 2009–10 Record: 16–20–3 (10–14–3 Hockey East) Hockey SID: John Sinnett SID Phone: 413-545-1744 SID Fax: 716-286-8582 SID Email: jsinnett@admin.umass.edu

About University Nebraska-Omaha Location: Omaha, Neb. Enrollment: 15,200 Chancellor: Dr. John Christensen Athletic Director: Trev Alberts Conference: WCHA Arena (Capacity): ? Head Coach: Dean Blais (Minnesota ’73) Record: 282–131–39, .667 (11 seasons) Assistant Coaches: Mike Hastings, Mike Guentzel 2009–10 Record: 20–16–6 (13–12–3–2 WCHA) Hockey SID: Dave Ahlers SID Phone: 402-554-3387 SID Fax: 402-554-3594 SID Email: dahlers@unomaha.edu

About Yale University Location: New Haven, Conn. Enrollment: 10,000 President: Richard C. Levin Athletic Director: Tom Beckett Conference: ECAC Hockey Arena (Capacity): Ingalls Rink (3,486) Head Coach: Keith Allain (Yale ’80) Record: 51–39–9 (three years) Assistant Coaches: C.J. Marottolo, Kyle Wallack 2009–10 Record: 24–8–2 (15–5–2 ECAC Hockey) Hockey SID: Steve Conn SID Phone: 203-432-1455 SID Fax: 203-432-1454 SID Email: steven.conn@yale.edu

DON CAHOON

DEAN BLAIS

KEITH ALLAIN

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Record First Meeting Last Meeting 26–11–2 1984–85 2009–10 4–6 1998–99 2008–09 0–4 1993–94 1994–95 0–3 1990–91 1992–93 13–6–1 1995–96 2004–05 1–6 1977–78 1993–94 29–18–2 1976–77 2009–10 2–0 1975–76 1975–76 8–4–0 2005–06 2009–10 0–1 1976–77 1976–77 14–7–3 1998–99 2004–05 2–0 1975–76 1975–76 6–7–0 1999–2000 2009–10 1–0 1975–76 1975–76 7–8–0 2005–06 2009–10 0–1 2004–05 2004–05 14–10–2 1989–90 2008–09 11–14–1 1975–76 1995–96 4–8–2 2000–01 2009–10 3–1 1990–91 1993–94 8–5–1 2004–05 2009–10 2–2 1976–77 1986–87 32–31–1 1976–77 2002–03 4–7–2 2005–06 2009–10 6–1 1979–80 1987–88 17–4–4 1997–98 2009–10 24–30–4 1976–77 2002–03 1–0 1997–98 1997–98 2–0 1981–82 1981–82 6–0 1983–84 1985–86 0–1 2002–03 2002–03 3–1 1984–85 1985–86 1–0–0 2009–10 2009–10 2–4 1981–82 1983–84 0–4 1999–2000 2004–05 8–10–3 1999–2000 2004–05 2–1 2003–04 2008–09 0–4 2003–04 2005–06 0–2 2001–02 2001–02 0–1 2000–01 2000–01 1–1 1983–84 1984–85 7–9–2 1979–80 1988–89 0–2 1976–77 1976–77 2–11–1 1999–2000 2009–10 1–1 1979–80 1980–81

North Dakota 0–2 2006–07 Northeastern 0–1 2002–03 Norwich 0–1 1997–98 Ohio State 2–1 2003–04 Plymouth State 0–6 1978–79 Princeton 5–7–0 2005–06 Providence 1–2 2001–02 Queens 0–1 1975–76 Ramapo 3–3–1 1975–76 Rhode Island College 1–0 1984–85 RIT 3–1 2005–06 Robert Morris 8–3–1 2004–05 Rockland C.C. 0–1 1975–76 Roger Williams 8–8–1 1975–76 RPI 5–6–3 1999–00 Sacred Heart 21–7–4 1993–94 St. Michael’s 7–14 1982–83 Scranton 10–0 1986–87 Skidmore 12–11–3 1983–84 Southern Connecticut 2–0 1977–78 St. Bonaventure 1–0 1986–87 St. Cloud State 0–2–0 2009–10 St. John’s 17–8 1980–81 St. Lawrence 5–6–2 2000–01 Stonehill 13–18 1978–79 Suffolk 1–1 1980–81 SUNY–Brockport 0–1 1986–87 SUNY–Potsdam 0–2 1993–94 Trinity 0–14 1976–77 Tufts 0–0–2 1995–96 UMass Lowell 0–1 2008–09 UMass–Dartmouth 1–13 1985–86 Union 8–6–1 2000–01 Upsala 7–3 1981–82 Vermont 1–0 2007–08 Villanova 11–4–1 1983–84 Wagner 3–1 1975–76 Wentworth 10–1 1992–93 Wesleyan 5–12–2 1977–78 Western Michigan 1–0 2007–08 Western New England 10–9 1980–81 Westfield State 0–2 1976–77 Wisconsin 0–2 2003–04 Worcester State 2–3 1976–77 Yale 6–3–1 2005–06 Total 430–409–52

2006–07 2002–03 1997–98 2009–10 1982–83 2009–10 2008–09 1975–76 1980–81 1984–85 2006–07 2009–10 1975–76 1991–92 2009–10 2004–05 1996–97 1997–98 1997–98 1977–78 1986–87 2009-10 1991–92 2009–10 1997–98 1981–82 1986–87 1993–94 1992–93 1996–97 2008–09 1996–97 2009–10 1986–87 2007–08 1997–98 1981–82 1997–98 1994–95 2007–08 1997–98 1977–78 2003–04 1997–98 2009–10


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he Quinnipiac Men’s Ice Hockey team finished the 2009–10 season with their 10th 20–win season in the last 12 years, all at the Division I level. The Bobcats, at 20–18–2 overall and 11–11–0 in ECAC Hockey play, reached new heights in 2009 as they ascended to the No. 4 ranking in the USCHO.com and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine poll, their highest ranking in program history. After kicking off the year with back–to–back season–opening wins against nationally–ranked Ohio State on the Buckeyes’ home ice, the Bobcats won 10 of their next 11 games as they stood at 12–1–0 through their first 13 games. October also saw an 3–2 overtime win against Bentley in the Bobcats home opener on a game–winner from Scott Zurevinski just 29 seconds into overtime. The Bobcats then traveled to Moon Township, Pa. where they blasted Robert Morris, 5–0, for their first shutout of the season. The following night, the Colonials handed the Bobcats their first loss of the season, and 8–5 loss. The Bobcats were recognized for their great start by College Hockey News as the first Team of the Week for the 2009–10 season. November produced the first eight–win month in program history as Quinnipiac put up a perfect record, 8–0–0. The Bobcats mowed through

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the ECAC Hockey competition to open their league slate at 7–0–0 with wins against Clarkson, St. Lawrence, Harvard and Dartmouth at home and crucial road victories at Colgate and the always–hostile Cornell, that also gave Quinnipiac a 3–0–0 record against ranked opponents. After a 5–1 drubbing of Princeton at the TD Bank Sports Center, the Bobcats closed out the month with a thrilling 5–4 overtime win against another nationally–ranked program, Massachusetts, that saw the ninth and 10th ranked programs square off on the Bobcats home ice. In that game, the Bobcats used goals from Jean–Marc Beaudoin, Mike Atkinson and Zurevinski to open up a 3–0 lead through the first period. The Minuteman clawed their way back to take a 4–3 lead midway through the third period before Brandon Wong tied the game with just over a minute to play in the game. Wong scored the game–winner just over two minutes into overtime to give the Bobcats a thrilling victory in a game televised on NESN. When the dust settled on the Bobcats amazing month, Dan Clarke (Belleville, Ont.) was named the Hockey Commissioner’s Association (HCA) Player of the Month. Clarke was 7–0–0 to help the Bobcats to their perfect 8–0–0 record while capturing a pair of ECAC Hockey


Goalie of the Week awards. Up to that point of the season, Clarke was the only goalie in Division I hockey with a 1.000 winning percentage for the season. Clarke also posted a .935 save percentage and a 2.00 goals– against average. On the following Friday, the Bobcats were set to face their second top–10 team in six days when they traveled to Ingalls Rink to take on New Haven County rival, Yale. The Bobcats, ranked 4th, dropped a 7–4 decision to the 10th ranked Bulldogs in a game that Quinnipiac led 4–3 with most of the third period to play. The Bulldogs rattled off four goals in the closing minutes and stifled the Bobcats offense en route the victory. Quinnipiac, seemingly drained after an exhausting battle with its rival, dropped a 2–1 decision the following night to Brown and tied Holy Cross on the ensuing Thursday. After a 5–2 win against American International, the Bobcats dropped seven straight before a 3–3 tie with Niagara. After back–to–back losses to Dartmouth and Cornell, Quinnipiac posted back–to–back shutouts against Colgate and St. Lawrence before losing its

next three games. Heading into their final weekend series of the season, the Bobcats bounced Brown, 8–3, on Senior Night before hosting Yale for the annual Heroes Hat. That game was back–and–forth as both teams traded goals to a 2–2 tie midway through the second period. Beaudoin stepped up to the plate and scored Quinnipiac’s final two goals en route to a 4–3 victory. At 11–11–0, Quinnipiac clinched home–ice advantage for the ECAC Hockey Tournament for the fourth consecutive year, defeating Dartmouth in a series that required all three games in the best–of–three match–up. The ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals proved historic, as the Bobcats first game against Union lasted five overtimes and over 150 minutes for the longest game in college hockey history. Greg Holt spared the Schenectady crowd a sixth overtime with the game–winner midway through the fifth extended period. The Bobcats dropped the final two games of the series, 3–1 and 2–1, to end their season.

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>> OVERALL INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS ALL GAMES — Overall: 20–18–3

ECAC Hockey: 11–11–0

Home: 13–7–1

OVERALL ------SHOTS----PENALTY ---GOALS--## Name GP G A Pts Sh +/- N o-Min P P SH GW 9 WONG, Brandon 41 19 21 40 126 -1 16-32 14 0 4 7 LAMPE, Eric 41 13 24 37 150 -2 27-78 5 1 1 10 BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc 39 14 20 34 107 -2 12-24 5 0 2 12 HOLT, Greg 40 10 21 31 99 0 20-48 2 0 2 19 ZUREVINSKI, Scott 40 16 14 30 87 -3 11-22 5 0 2 17 LANGLOIS, Jeremy 41 8 12 20 109 -6 9-18 3 0 1 15 HANSEN, Zach 35 3 16 19 54 +1 25-69 1 1 0 16 ATKINSON, Mike 41 9 8 17 90 +1 7-14 0 2 1 3 DAVIES, Zach 41 2 12 14 42 +2 7-14 1 0 0 13 BOUHAREVICH, Yuri 20 4 8 12 40 +5 6-12 2 0 2 18 OAKES, D’Arcy 29 5 4 9 45 -4 1-2 1 0 0 22 ROLHEISER, Reese 22 4 4 8 35 +2 3-6 0 0 1 4 BARRON, Loren 38 3 5 8 32 -7 11-22 3 0 0 2 DALHUISEN, Mike 37 1 6 7 45 -3 19-54 0 0 1 39 HARVEY, Clay 29 1 6 7 22 -7 5-10 0 0 0 20 ARNT, Ben 34 2 4 6 33 -7 6-12 0 0 0 25 GLAICAR, Mike 40 0 6 6 29 +3 12-24 0 0 0 11 GOODMAN, Russell 21 2 3 5 30 -3 5-13 0 0 0 23 CURRIE, Zack 26 1 4 5 29 -2 5-10 0 0 0 44 HEICHMAN, Spencer 37 3 1 4 48 -4 7-14 0 0 2 27 DICKINSON, Brett 23 1 3 4 6 +8 14-28 0 0 0 24 KETCHUM, Ben 12 1 1 2 21 0 4-8 0 0 1 5 TYSON, Bobby 11 1 0 1 3 -1 4-8 0 0 0 33 HARTZELL, Eric 6 0 1 1 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 35 CLARKE, Dan 35 0 0 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0 14 COUGHLIN, Sean 4 0 0 0 2 -1 0-0 0 0 0 TM TEAM 23 0 0 0 0 0 2-4 0 0 0 Quinnipiac 41 123 204 327 1284 - 31 239-548 42 4 20 Opponents 41 114 182 296 1174 +15 240-545 29 6 18 ## Name GP 34 MCGANN, Pat 1 35 CLARKE, Dan 35 33 HARTZELL, Eric 6 29 CADIEUX, Mathieu 6 TM EMPTY NET 23 Total Opponents

M ins 3:19 1997:28 299:04 185:14 23:08

OVERALL GA EN Ave Saves 0 0 0.00 1 8 4 0 2.52 883 1 3 0 2.61 110 1 0 0 3.24 67 0 7 0.00 0

ECAC HOCKEY -----SHOTS----PENALTY ---GOALS-- GP G A Pts Sh +/- N o-Min PP SH GW 22 9 12 21 63 -2 9-18 7 0 1 22 7 14 21 76 -5 19-62 4 0 0 22 7 11 18 51 0 8-16 2 0 1 22 4 14 18 48 -2 10-28 0 0 1 21 9 4 13 45 -5 6-12 4 0 1 22 7 4 11 55 0 5-10 2 0 1 22 2 11 13 30 0 17-53 1 1 0 22 6 5 11 50 +1 2-4 0 2 1 22 1 5 6 17 -2 5-10 1 0 0 13 3 4 7 21 +1 3-6 2 0 1 16 3 1 4 19 -2 1-2 1 0 0 12 2 3 5 18 +1 1-2 0 0 1 20 3 5 8 18 -6 5-10 3 0 0 19 1 5 6 19 +1 15-38 0 0 1 17 1 5 6 12 -4 3-6 0 0 0 17 1 2 3 14 -2 4-8 0 0 0 21 0 5 5 11 +3 9-18 0 0 0 11 1 2 3 13 +4 3-6 0 0 0 12 1 2 3 16 0 2-4 0 0 0 21 3 0 3 25 -4 5-10 0 0 2 13 0 2 2 1 +6 10-20 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 1 0-0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 -3 4-8 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 2-4 0 0 0 22 71 117 188 625 -21 148-355 27 3 11 22 63 101 164 614 +13 137-328 16 2 11

L 0 15 2 1 0

T 0 2 0 0 0

PCT

GP Mins GA EN Ave Saves 1 3:19 0 0 0.00 1 20 1145:11 47 0 2.46 493 2 99:52 6 0 3.60 34 2 63:51 5 0 4.70 23 12 12:51 0 5 0.00 0 22 1325:04 63 5 22 1325:04 71 2

GAA

SV

W–L–T

SO

3.46 2.52

541 .893 7–10–1 0 301 .918 4–5–1 0

Nick Pisellini (Overall) ECAC Hockey

11 607:57 6 362:19

14 9

1.38 1.49

256 .948 6–2–1 160 .947 3–2–1

1 0

Dan Clarke (Overall) ECAC Hockey

13 634:21 9 460:03

30 18

2.84 2.35

223 .881 5–6–1 151 .893 3–4–1

1 0

Quinnipiac Opponents

39 2,388:33 39 2,388:33

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110 124

2.76 3.11

Neutral: 0–0–0

ECAC HOCKEY PCT W 1.000 0 .913 14 .894 4 .870 1 .000 0

41 2508:13 1 14 7 2.73 1061 .903 19 18 2 41 2508:13 1 23 3 2.94 1161 .904 18 19 2

GOALTENDING STATISTICS Name GP MIN GA Bud Fisher (Overall) 23 1,127:27 65 ECAC Hockey 13 641:44 27

Away: 7–11–0

1,020 1,059

.903 .895

18–18–3 18–18–3

2 2

2.85 3.21

Pct 1.000 .913 .850 .821 .000

W 0 10 1 0 0

L 0 9 1 1 0

T 0 0 0 0 0

551 .897 11 11 0 554 .886 11 11 0


>> OVERALL SITUATIONAL WIN/LOSS RECORDS Quinnipiac played at home Quinnipiac played on the road Quinnipiac played at a neutral site Quinnipiac played in October Quinnipiac played in November Quinnipiac played in December Quinnipiac played in January Quinnipiac played in February Quinnipiac played in March Games vs. ECAC Hockey opponents Games vs. Atlantic Hockey opponents Games vs. Hockey East opponents Games vs. CCHA opponents Games vs. CHA opponents Game vs. WCHA opponents After a win After a loss After a tie

13-7-1 7-11-1 0-0-0 4-1-0 8-0-0 1-3-1 0-7-1 5-5-0 3-3-0 14-14-0 2-0-1 1-0-0 2-0-0 1-1-1 0-2-0 14-8-0 4-8-2 1-1-0

Games vs. ranked opponents Games vs. non-ranked opponents

5-6-0 15-12-2

Conference games Non-conference games

11-11-0 8-7-2

Quinnipiac outshoots opponent Opponent outshoots Quinnipiac Shots were even

12-9-2 6-10-0 1-0-0

Quinnipiac did not score Quinnipiac scored one goal Quinnipiac scored two goals Quinnipiac scored three goals Quinnipiac scored four goals Quinnipiac scored five goals Quinnipiac scored six or more goals Quinnipiac scores first Opponent scores first

0-1-0 0-8-1 2-1-0 5-5-1 4-1-0 8-1-0 1-0-0 16-5-1 3-11-1

Quinnipiac led after 1st period Opponent led after 1st period Score was tied after 1st period Quinnipiac led after 2nd period Opponent led after 2nd period Score was tied after 2nd period

14-1-2 3-11-0 2-5-0 13-0-1 3-11-1 4-4-0

Game was decided by one goal Game was decided by two goals Game was decided by three goals Game was decided by four+ goals Time of Day Day games (before 6 p.m.) Night games

BOBCATS RECORD WHEN... Mike Atkinson scores a goal Ben Arnt scores a goal Loren Barron scores a goal Jean-Marc Beaudoin scores a goal Yuri Bouharevich scores a goal Sean Coughlin scores a goal Zach Currie scores a goal Mike Dalhuisen scores a goal Zach Davies scores a goal Brett Dickinson scores a goal Russell Goodman scores a goal Zach Hansen scores a goal Clay Harvey scores a goal Spencer Heichman scores a goal Greg Holt scores a goal Ben Ketchum scores a goal Eric Lampe scores a goal Jeremy Langlois scores a goal Sami Limatainen scores a goal D’Arcy Oakes scores a goal Reese Rolheiser scores a goal Bobby Tyson scores a goal Brandon Wong scores a goal Scott Zurevinski scores a goal Pat McGann starts in goal Eric Hartzell starts in goal Dan Clarke starts in goal Mathieu Cadieux starts in goal

6-1-0 1-1-0 1-1-0 8-2-1 3-1-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-1-0 1-0-0 0-2-0 3-0-0 1-0-0 1-1-0 5-3-1 1-0-0 7-3-0 5-0-0 0-0-0 2-2-0 3-1-0 0-1-0 10-6-1 7-6-0 0-0-0 3-1-0 16-15-2 1-0-0

Days of the Week On Monday On Tuesday On Wednesday On Thursday On Friday On Saturday On Sunday

0-1-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-1 9-6-0 8-8-1 1-1-0

State-by-State In Connecticut In Massachusetts In Ohio In New Hampshire In New Jersey In New York In Pennsylvania In Rhode Island

13-7-1 0-1-1 2-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 4-5-0 1-1-0 0-1-0

7-5-0 5-4-0 2-4-0 5-2-0 2-0-0 18-18-2

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>> BOX SCORES >> GAME 1 Quinnipiac University Bobcats Ohio State Buckeyes Value City Arena • Columbus, Ohio

OCT. 8, 2009 4 2

1 2 3 OT Final QU 1 0 3 - 4 Ohio 2 0 0 - 2 1st Period — 1, QU, LAMPE, Eric/1 3:40. 2, OSU, Shane Sims/1 (Matt Bartkowski/1, Zac Dalpe/1) 12:21 (pp). 3, OSU, John Albert/1 18:54 (sh). Penalties: Dustin Carlson, OSU (cth roughing) 6:32; BARRON,Loren, QU (cross-checking) 11:15; HANSEN, Zach, QU (elbowing) 11:25; Mathieu Picard, OSU (interference) 14:05; DAVIES, Zach, QU (tripping) 15:22; Cory Schneider, OSU (hooking) 18:54. 2nd Period — Penalties:HARVEY, Clay, QU (cth elbowing) 2:50; Kyle Reed, OSU (hooking) 4:17; BARRON, Loren, QU (interference) 4:30; Sergio Somma, OSU (cth high-sticking) 6:13; BOUHAREVICH, Yuri, QU (high sticking) 14:30; Peter Boyd, OSU (boarding) 16:12; HANSEN, Zach, QU (hooking) 18:02. 3rd Period — 4, QU, LAMPE, Eric/2 (ZUREVINSKI, Scott/1, HEICHMAN,Spencer/1) :33. 5, QU, WONG, Brandon/1 (LANGLOIS, Jeremy/1) :50. 6,QU, ZUREVINSKI, Scott/2 (WONG, Brandon/1, HANSEN, Zach/1) 13:15 (pp). Penalties: Matt Bartkowski, OSU (roughing atw) :33; ZUREVINSKI, Scott, QU (roughing atw) :33; Corey Toy, OSU (checking from behind) 11:29; Corey Toy, OSU (game misconduct) 11:29; LANGLOIS, Jeremy, QU (goaltender interference) 11:36; Matt Bartkowski, OSU (interference)11:58; LAMPE, Eric, QU tripping) 11:58; Mathieu Picard, OSU (boarding) 12:24. Shots on goal – QU 8-8-19 35; OSU 12-12-8 32. Power plays – QU 1 of 7; OSU 1 of 7. Penalties – QU 10 (20 min); OSU 11 (33 min). Goalies – QU, HARTZELL, Eric 1-0-0 (59:36 minutes, 32 shots-30 saves) , EMPTY NET (00:24, 0-0); OSU, Dustin Carlson 0-1-0 (58:23, 35-31) , EMPTY NET (01:37, 0-0). Attendance: 1,186

>> GAME 2 Quinnipiac University Bobcats Ohio State Buckeyes Value City Arena • Columbus, Ohio

Oct 9, 2009 3 1

1 2 3 OT Final QU 0 1 2 – 3 Ohio 1 0 0 – 1 1st Period — 1, OSU, Alex Carlson/1 (Mathieu Picard/1, Shane Sims/1) 9:56. Penalties: GLAICAR, Mike, QU (elbowing) 11:56; DICKINSON, Brett, QU (hooking) 14:20; DAVIES, Zach, QU (interference) 18:09; Erick Belanger, OSU (cth roughing) 18:39; DICKINSON, Brett, QU (cth elbowing) 18:39. 2nd Period — 2, QU, HANSEN, Zach/1 (WONG, Brandon/2, LAMPE, Eric/1) 4:02. Penalties: Patrick Schafer, OSU (crosschecking) 1:59; Erick Belanger, OSU (cth high-sticking) 8:52; ROLHEISER, Reese, QU (holding the stick) 9:52; Peter Boyd, OSU (high sticking) 10:51; Matt Bartkowski, OSU (goaltender interference) 11:56; CLARKE, Dan, QU (contact to the head) 15:39; C.J. Severyn, OSU (tripping) 17:21. 3rd Period — 3, QU, LAMPE, Eric/3 (WONG, Brandon/3) 7:51 (sh). 4, QU, ATKINSON, Mike/1 (BOUHAREVICH, Yuri/1) 19:05 (empty net). Penalties: HANSEN, Zach, QU (interference) 3:15; BOUHAREVICH, Yuri, QU (cth roughing) 7:26; Sergio Somma, OSU (roughing) 18:28; ZUREVINSKI, Scott, QU (roughing) 18:28. Shots on goal – QU 6-12-10 28; OSU 25-6-14 45. Power plays – QU 0 of 5; OSU 0 of 6. Penalties – QU 9 (18 min); OSU 7 (14 min). Goalies – QU, CLARKE, Dan 1-0-0 (60:00 minutes, 45 shots44 saves); OSU, Cal Heeter 0-1-0 (58:50, 27-25) , EMPTY NET (01:10, 0-0). Attendance: 1,694

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>> GAME 3 Oct 17, 2009 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 3 Bently College Falcons 2 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn.

>> GAME 5 Oct. 31, 2009 Robert Morris University Colonials 8 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 5 Clearview Arena • Pittsburgh, Pa.

1 2 3 OT Final Bentley 1 1 0 0 2 QU 2 0 0 1 3 1st Period — 1, QU, ROLHEISER, Reese/1 (GLAICAR, Mike/1, WONG, Brandon/4) 3:00. 2, BEN, Jamie Nudy/2 (Marc Menzione/2, Dustin Cloutier/1) 7:29. 3, QU, WONG, Brandon/2 (OAKES, D’Arcy/1, ROLHEISER, Reese/1) 17:38. Penalties: BARRON, Loren, QU (hooking) 3:26; HOLT, Greg, QU (unsportsmanlike conduct) 11:01; Ryan Kayfes, BEN (unsportsmanlike conduct) 11:01; WONG, Brandon, QU (tripping) 12:08. 2nd Period — 4, BEN, Kane Osmars/1 (Dan Koudys/2, Mike Switzer/1) 5:21. Penalties: LANGLOIS, Jeremy, QU (boarding) :21; LANGLOIS, Jeremy, QU (boarding) 2:55; Ryan Kayfes, BEN (tripping) 7:07; WONG, Brandon, QU (roughing) 10:40; Kane Osmars, BEN (roughing) 10:40; Kane Osmars, BEN (holding) 13:15; HANSEN, Zach, QU (tripping) 14:27. 3rd Period — Penalties: Jordy Trottier, BEN (boarding) 2:54; Anders Olson, BEN (interference) 5:52; ROLHEISER, Reese, QU (hooking) 7:51; CURRIE, Zack, QU (hitting from behind) 16:43. OT Period - 5, QU, ZUREVINSKI, Scott/2 (LAMPE, Eric/2, HANSEN,Zach/2) :29.

1 2 3 OT Final QU 2 0 3 – 5 Robert Morris 2 3 3 – 8 1st Period — 1, QU, DAVIES, Zach/1 (HOLT, Greg/2, BOUHAREVICH, Yuri/2) 5:49. 2, RMU, Nathan Longpre/1 (Chris Kushneriuk/3, Zach Hervato/2) 12:48. 3, RMU, Nathan Longpre/2 (Chris Kushneriuk/4) 13:24 (pp). 4, QU, ZUREVINSKI, Scott/4 14:28. Penalties: Ron Cramer, RMU (cross-checking) 10:11; HEICHMAN, Spencer, QU (hooking) 13:24; Brock Meadows, RMU (interference) 16:35. 2nd Period — 5, RMU, Trevor Lewis/2 (Chris Kushneriuk/5, Denny Urban/4) :53 (pp). 6, RMU, Nathan Longpre/3 (Chris Kushneriuk/6, Zach Hervato/3) 7:38. 7, RMU, Nathan Longpre/4 (Cullen Lundholm/1) 12:42. Penalties: BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc, QU (interference) :38; Nick Chiavetta, RMU (tripping) 2:10; Trevor Lewis, RMU (interference) 8:34; J.C. Velasquez, RMU (hooking) 8:47; J.C. Velasquez, RMU (contact to the head) 13:52; Ron Cramer, RMU (goaltender interference) 17:21; Brandon Blandina, RMU (boarding) 19:58. 3rd Period — 8, QU, LAMPE, Eric/4 (WONG, Brandon/6, DAVIES, Zach/2) :24 (pp). 9, RMU, Ron Cramer/1 (Brandon Blandina/1, Joe Harcharik/1) 2:09. 10, RMU, J.C. Velasquez/1 (Tom Brooks/2, Nick Chiavetta/1) 5:13. 11, QU, HOLT, Greg/2 (ZUREVINSKI, Scott/3) 15:36 (pp). 12, QU, WONG, Brandon/3 (OAKES, D’Arcy/2, LANGLOIS, Jeremy/3) 16:56 (pp). 13, RMU, J.C. Velasquez/2 (Nathan Longpre/5, Nick Chiavetta/2) 19:58 (empty net). Penalties: HOLT, Greg, QU (checking from behind) 11:39; HANSEN, Zach, QU (checking from behind) 11:51; J.C. Velasquez, RMU (hooking) 13:41; Denny Urban, RMU (cross-checking) 15:01.

Shots on goal – BEN 11-6-9-1 27; QU 5-7-16-1 29. Power plays – BEN 0 of 8; QU 0 of 4. Penalties – BEN 6 (12 min); QU 9 (18 min). Goalies – BEN, Kyle Rank 0-1-0 (60:29 minutes, 29 shots-26 saves); QU, CADIEUX, Mathieu 1-0-0 (60:29, 27-25). Attendance: 3,164

>> GAME 4 Oct. 30, 2009 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 5 Robert Morris University Colonials 0 Clearview Arena • Pittsburgh, Pa. 1 2 3 OT Final QU 3 0 2 – 5 Robert Morris 0 0 0 – 0 1st Period — 1, QU, BOUHAREVICH, Yuri/1 (ATKINSON, Mike/1, LANGLOIS, Jeremy/2) 3:04. 2, QU, HOLT, Greg/1 (ZUREVINSKI, Scott/2, DAVIES, Zach/1) 10:46. 3, QU, BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/1 (LAMPE, Eric/3, ATKINSON, Mike/2) 11:32. Penalties: BOUHAREVICH, Yuri, QU (boarding)13:41. 2nd Period — Penalties: Ron Cramer, RMU (grasping the facemask) 2:02; ATKINSON, Mike, QU (high sticking) 4:25; WONG, Brandon, QU (hooking) 13:27. 3rd Period — 4, QU, DICKINSON, Brett/1 (WONG, Brandon/5, BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/2) 3:48. 5, QU, ZUREVINSKI, Scott/3 (LAMPE, Eric/3, HOLT, Greg/1) 10:30. Penalties: CURRIE, Zack, QU (roughing) 17:22; DALHUISEN, Mike, QU (unsportsmanlike conduct) 17:22; DALHUISEN, Mike, QU (unsportsmanlike conduct) 17:22; Ron Cramer, RMU (roughing) 17:22; Ron Cramer, RMU (charging) 17:22. Shots on goal – QU 14-10-18 42; RMU 5-9-6 20. Power plays – QU 0 of 1; RMU 0 of 3. Penalties – QU 6 (20 min); RMU 3 (6 min). Goalies – QU, HARTZELL, Eric 2-0-0 (60:00 minutes, 20 shots-20 saves); RMU, Eric Levine (48:28, 33-31) , Brooks Ostergard 1-3-0 (11:32, 9-6). Attendance: 927

Shots on goal – QU 11-32-20 63; RMU 12-9-12 33. Power plays – QU 3 of 10; RMU 2 of 4. Penalties – QU 4 (8 min); RMU 10 (20 min). Goalies – QU, HARTZELL, Eric 1-1-0 (29:51 minutes, 14 shots-11saves) , CLARKE, Dan (27:38, 18-14) , EMPTY NET (02:31, 0-0); RMU,Eric Levine 1-1-0 (60:00, 63-58). Attendance: 731

>> GAME 6 Nov. 6, 2009 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 4 Clarkson University Golden Knights 2 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. 1 2 3 OT Final QU 0 2 0 – 2 Clarkson 1 1 2 – 4 1st Period — 1, QU, LAMPE, Eric/5 (ZUREVINSKI, Scott/4) 19:07. Penalties: DeFAZIO, Brandon, CLARKSON (tripping) 9:46. 2nd Period — 2, CLARKSON, FREEMAN, Scott/3 (DeFAZIO, Brandon/7, OAKLEY, Louke/9) 4:06. 3, CLARKSON, PAWLICK, Adam/3 (OAKLEY, Louke/10) 7:00 (pp). 4, QU, ATKINSON, Mike/2 (BOUHAREVICH, Yuri/3) 15:53 (sh). Penalties: HIMELSON, Andrew, CLARKSON (interference) 1:30; BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc, QU (cross-checking) 5:35; LANGLOIS, Jeremy, QU (hooking) 14:27; DICKINSON, Brett, QU (roughing) 16:05; CAYER, Julien, CLARKSON (roughing) 16:05. 3rd Period — 5, QU, ATKINSON, Mike/3 (BOUHAREVICH, Yuri/4) 12:21 (sh). 6, QU, ATKINSON, Mike/4 19:46 (empty net). Penalties: WONG, Brandon, QU (boarding) 11:55. Shots on goal – CLARKSON 14-9-13 36; QU 10-14-7 31. Power plays – CLARKSON 1 of 3; QU 0 of 2. Penalties – CLARKSON 3 (6 min); QU 4 (8 min). Goalies – CLARKSON, LaVEAU, Richie (58:28 minutes, 30 shots-27 saves) , EMPTY NET (01:32, 0-0); QU, CLARKE, Dan (60:00, 36-34). Attendance: 2,752


>> GAME 7 NOV. 7, 2009 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 5 St. Lawrence University Saints 2 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. 1 2 3 OT Final QU 0 1 1 – 2 St. Lawrence 1 4 0 – 5 1st Period — 1, QU, WONG, Brandon/4 (HOLT, Greg/3, LANGLOIS, Jeremy/4) 10:31 (pp). Penalties: ZUREVINSKI, Scott, QU (tripping) 2:37; HANSEN, Zach, QU (checking from behind) 5:00; HANSEN, Zach, QU (10-minute misconduct) 5:00; KELLER, Jared, SLU (hooking) 9:21; LAMPE, Eric, QU (kneeing) 12:06; DALHUISEN, Mike, QU (holding) 13:44; CURRAN, Alex, SLU (interference) 18:32. 2nd Period — 2, QU, CURRIE, Zack/1 (DALHUISEN, Mike/1) 1:40. 3, QU, BOUHAREVICH, Yuri/2 (DALHUISEN, Mike/2, DICKINSON, Brett/1) 14:19 (pp). 4, QU, ROLHEISER, Reese/2 (ZUREVINSKI, Scott/5, GLAICAR, Mike/2) 17:22. 5, SLU, ARMSTRONG, Mark/2 (HUGHES, George/4) 18:28. 6, QU, LAMPE, Eric/6 (WONG, Brandon/7, HOLT, Greg/4) 19:33 (pp). Penalties: BOLLIG, Brandon, SLU (checking from behind) 5:25; DAVIES, Zach, QU (tripping) 7:18; DICKINSON, Brett, QU (interference) 7:37; HOLT, Greg, QU (charging) 10:22; KELLER, Derek, SLU (hooking) 10:51; STRATFORD, Mac, SLU (crosschecking) 12:21; DALHUISEN, Mike, QU (unsportsmanlike conduct) 14:48; TORNEY, Bobby, SLU (tripping) 19:13; ARNT, Ben, QU (tripping) 19:53. 3rd Period — 7, SLU, BOLLIG, Brandon/2 (CAISTER, Jeff/1, CURRAN, Alex) 16:49 (pp). Penalties: WONG, Brandon, QU (hooking) 9:23; HOLT, Greg, QU (tripping) 12:32; GLAICAR, Mike, QU (checking from behind) 15:16; CURRIE, Zack, QU (roughing) 17:33; DREWISKE, Jacob, SLU (checking from behind) 17:33; BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc, QU (hooking) 17:50. Shots on goal – SLU 11-10-8 29; QU 4-14-4 22. Power plays – SLU 1 of 12; QU 3 of 5. Penalties – SLU 7 (14 min); QU 15 (41 min). Goalies – SLU, MOSS, Robby (39:58 minutes, 18 shots-13 saves) , TISI, Kain (17:33, 4-4) , EMPTY NET (02:29, 0-0); QU, CLARKE, Dan (60:00, 29-27). Attendance: 2,488

>> GAME 8 Nov. 13, 2009 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 5 Harvard University Crimson 1 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. 1 2 3 OT Final QU 0 1 0 – 1 Harvard 1 2 2 – 5 1st Period — 1, QU, LAMPE, Eric/7 (BEAUDOIN, JeanMarc/2, WONG, Brandon/8) 19:28 (pp). Penalties: Morin, Chad, HARV (interference) 6:22; GLAICAR, Mike, QU (checking from behind) 9:03; DICKINSON, Brett, QU (interference) 9:46; Biega, Danny, HARV (holding) 18:33. 2nd Period — 2, HARV, Biega, Michael/1 (Leblanc, Louis/4, Killorn, Alex/3) 1:30. 3, QU, ZUREVINSKI, Scott/5 (BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/3, LAMPE, Eric/5) 3:21. 4, QU, LAMPE, Eric/8 (WONG, Brandon/9) 6:14. Penalties: Tallett, Ian, HARV (cross-checking) 4:00; Tallett, Ian, HARV (interference) 7:58; GLAICAR, Mike, QU (tripping) 13:33; Everson, Marshall, HARV (interference) 14:11; Rogers, Doug, HARV (hooking) 18:08. 3rd Period — 5, QU, LAMPE, Eric/9 (BEAUDOIN, JeanMarc/4, HANSEN, Zach/3) 10:53 (pp). 6, QU, LANGLOIS, Jeremy/1 (ATKINSON, Mike/3) 17:24 (empty net). Penalties: - Fallstrom, Alex, HARV (checking from behind) :42; BARRON, Loren, QU (hooking) 4:32; Moriarty, Daniel, HARV (high sticking) 10:13; BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc, QU (closing hand on puck) 13:11; ZUREVINSKI, Scott, QU (boarding) 18:10.

>> GAME 9 Quinnipiac University Bobcats Dartmouth College Big Green Houston Field House • Troy, N.Y.

Nov. 14, 2009 4 2

1 2 3 OT Final QU 0 2 0 – 2 Dartmouth 3 0 1 – 4 1st Period — 1, QU, BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/2 (HANSEN, Zach/4, ZUREVINSKI, Scott/6) :53. 2, QU, ZUREVINSKI, Scott/6 (HOLT, Greg/5, ROLHEISER, Reese/2) 4:53 (pp). 3, QU, HEICHMAN, Spencer/1 (GLAICAR, Mike/3, HARVEY, Clay/1) 16:30. Penalties: HARVEY, Clay, QU (hooking) 1:49; Goodship, Alex, DART (interference) 4:26; Jones, Doug, DART (boarding) 4:53; GLAICAR, Mike, QU (interference) 11:16; Stejskal, Joe, DART (cross-checking) 12:27; WONG, Brandon, QU (slashing) 13:19; LAMPE, Eric, QU (tripping) 17:41; Estoclet, Adam, DART (hooking) 18:13. 2nd Period — 4, DART, Walsh, Dustin/2 (Estoclet, Adam/1, Jones, Doug/1) 5:05 (pp). 5, DART, Fleming, Scott/2 (Reeds, Kyle/3, Boldt, Peter/1) 14:54 (pp). Penalties: ARNT, Ben, QU (hooking) 3:06; Reber, Matt, DART (holding) 6:29; DALHUISEN, Mike, QU (hooking) 12:22; Boldt, Peter, DART (interference) 12:41; DAVIES, Zach, QU (interference) 12:56. 3rd Period — 6, QU, ZUREVINSKI, Scott/7 7:41. Penalties: GLAICAR, Mike, QU (tripping) 2:07; ATKINSON, Mike, QU (hitting after whistle) 12:56; Stephens, Evan, DART (hitting after whistle) 12:56; HANSEN, Zach, QU (slashing) 12:56; Boldt, Peter, DART (slashing) 13:01; Jones, Doug, DART (cth roughing atw) 19:09; HOLT, Greg, QU (hooking) 19:25. Shots on goal – DART 9-19-7 35; QU 13-5-14 32. Power plays – DART 2 of 10; QU 1 of 7. Penalties – DART 9 (18 min); QU 11 (22 min). Goalies – DART, O’Neill, Jody (19:58 minutes, 14 shots-11 saves) , Mello, James (38:51, 18-17) , EMPTY NET (01:11, 0-0); QU, CLARKE, Dan (60:00, 35-33). Attendance: 2,694

>> GAME 10

Nov. 20, 2009 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 5 Colgate University Raiders 3 Starr Rink • Hamilton, N.Y. 1 2 3 OT Final QU 1 3 1 – 5 Colgate 0 1 2 – 3 1st Period — 1, QU, WONG, Brandon/5 (HANSEN, Zach, DAVIES, Zach) 8:30 (pp). Penalties: David McIntyre, CU (slashing) 8:18; TYSON, Bobby, QU (high sticking) 16:14. 2nd Period — 2, CU, Brian Day/8 (Wade Poplawski, David McIntyre) 3:40. 3, QU, BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/3 (HARTZELL, Eric) 7:20. 4, QU, LANGLOIS, Jeremy/2 (WONG, Brandon, GLAICAR, Mike) 9:06. 5, QU, LANGLOIS, Jeremy/3 (HOLT, Greg, HANSEN, Zach) 11:58 (pp). Penalties: BOUHAREVICH, Yuri, QU (hooking) 1:11; Mike Leidl, CU (interference) 9:23; David McIntyre, CU (slashing) 10:05. 3rd Period — 6, CU, Brian Day/9 (Jeremy Price, Wade Poplawski) 5:53 (pp). 7, CU, Austin Smith/8 (Kevin McNamara, David McIntyre) 8:33. 8, QU, BOUHAREVICH, Yuri/3 (WONG, Brandon) 19:06 (pp). Penalties: TYSON, Bobby, QU (holding) 5:46; TEAM, CU (too many players on ice) 17:44. Shots on goal – QU 7-14-7 28; CU 8-8-14 30. Power plays – QU 3 of 4; CU 1 of 3. Penalties – QU 3 (6 min); CU 4 (8 min). Goalies – QU, HARTZELL, Eric 3-0 (60:00 minutes, 30 shots27 saves); CU, Bryan Bessette (08:02, 1-1), Charles Long 4-2-2 (51:31, 27-22) , EMPTY NET (00:27, 0-0). Attendance: 1,001

>> GAME 11

Quinnipiac University Bobcats Cornell University Big Red Lynah Rink • Ithaca, N.Y.

Nov. 21, 2009 3 2

1 2 3 OT Final QU 2 1 0 – 3 Cornell 0 0 2 – 2 1st Period — 1, QU, DAVIES, Zach 6:41 (pp). 2, QU, ATKINSON, Mike (DICKINSON, Brett) 19:59. Penalties: Whitney, Sean, COR (tripping) 3:17; Nash, Brendon, COR (cross-checking) 5:27; DICKINSON, Brett, QU (hooking) 10:47; Nash, Brendon, COR (hitting from behind) 14:26; Greening, Colin, COR (hitting from behind) 16:53; Greening, Colin, COR (game misconduct) 16:53; HANSEN, Zach, QU (hooking) 19:35. 2nd Period — 3, QU, ROLHEISER, Reese (LAMPE, Eric, HARVEY, Clay) 11:15. Penalties: DICKINSON, Brett, QU (hooking) :33; TYSON, Bobby, QU (tripping) 14:08; TEAM, QU (too many players on ice) 15:45. 3rd Period — 4, COR, Collins, Sean (Scali, Joe) 15:01. 5, COR, Esposito, John (D’Agostino, Nick, Nash, Riley) 16:48. Penalties: Nash, Riley, COR (interference) :19; Birch, Braden, COR (cth elbowing) 2:36; Kennedy, Patrick, COR (tripping) 10:26; LANGLOIS, Jeremy, QU (tripping) 18:04. Shots on goal – QU 9-5-5 19; COR 4-12-9 25. Power plays – QU 1 of 7; COR 0 of 5. Penalties – QU 6 (12 min); COR 8 (27 min). Goalies – QU, CLARKE, Dan (59:48 minutes, 25 shots-23 saves), EMPTY NET (00:12, 0-0); COR, Scrivens, Ben (57:41, 19-16) , EMPTY NET (02:19, 0-0). Attendance: 4,222

>> GAME 12 Nov. 25, 2009 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 5 Princeton University Tigers 1 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. 1 2 3 OT Final QU 0 5 0 – 5 Princeton 0 0 1 – 1 1st Period — Penalties: Meland, Eric, PRIN (hooking) 1:47; LAMPE, Eric, QU (cth roughing) 7:55; DALHUISEN, Mike, QU (tripping) 9:44; HOLT, Greg, QU (tripping) 13:44; Zuk, Brodie, PRIN (high sticking) 19:14. 2nd Period — 1, QU, LANGLOIS, Jeremy/4 (BOUHAREVICH, Yuri/5) 1:11 (pp). 2, QU, WONG, Brandon/6 (LAMPE, Eric/7, BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/5) 3:19 (pp). 3, QU, LANGLOIS, Jeremy/5 (HARVEY, Clay/3) 4:09. 4, QU, BARRON, Loren/1 (ROLHEISER, Reese/3, HANSEN, Zach/7) 6:18 (pp). 5, QU, BARRON, Loren/2 (ROLHEISER, Reese/4, HOLT, Greg/7) 15:10 (pp). Penalties: Sdao, Michael, PRIN (hitting from behind) 2:33; Pallis, Derrick, PRIN (checking) 4:24; Pallis, Derrick, PRIN (tripping) 14:34. 3rd Period — 6, PRIN, Bartlett, Dan/5 5:52. Penalties: Pederson, Jody, PRIN (cross-checking) :23; LAMPE, Eric, QU (diving) 6:42; Fedun, Taylor, PRIN (tripping) 8:23; BARRON, Loren, QU (tripping) 17:30; Fedun, Taylor, PRIN (slashing) 17:46. Shots on goal – PRIN 11-10-9 30; QU 6-16-6 28. Power plays – PRIN 0 of 4; QU 4 of 8. Penalties – PRIN 8 (16 min); QU 5 (10 min). Goalies – PRIN, Condon, Mike (33:42 minutes, 13 shots-12 saves), Kalemba, Zane (26:18, 15-11); QU, CLARKE, Dan (60:00, 30-29). Attendance: 2,301

Shots on goal – HARV 10-6-12 28; QU 9-14-10 33. Power plays – HARV 0 of 4; QU 2 of 8. Penalties – HARV 8 (16 min); QU 6 (12 min). Goalies – HARV, Richter, Kyle (58:59 minutes, 32 shots-28 saves), EMPTY NET (01:01, 0-0); QU, CLARKE, Dan (59:47, 28-27) , EMPTY NET (00:13, 0-0). Attendance: 3,317

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>> Game 13 Nov. 28, 2009 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 5 University of Massachusetts Minutemen 4 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn

Brown University Bears Quinnipiac University Bobcats Meehan Auditorium • Providence, R.I.

UMASS QU

QU BROWN

1 2 3 OT 0 1 3 0 3 0 1 1

Final 4 5

1st Period — 1, QU, BEAUDOIN, Jean–Marc/4 (LAMPE, Eric/8, DALHUISEN, Mike/3) 3:35. 2, QU, ATKINSON, Mike/6 (DICKINSON, Brett/3, BOUHAREVICH, Yuri/6) 14:59. 3, QU, ZUREVINSKI, Scott/8 (LAMPE, Eric/9, BEAUDOIN, Jean– Marc/6) 17:11. Penalties: LECOMTE, Michael, UMASS (cth elbowing) 9:23. 2nd Period — 4, UMASS, WELLMAN, Casey/9 (IRWIN, Matt/5, MARCOU,James/18) 18:15. Penalties: LAMPE, Eric, QU (charging) 14:16. 3rd Period — ,BRAUN, Justin, UMASS (hooking) 4:16; BRAUN, Justin, UMASS (interference) 17:32. Penalties: BRAUN, Justin, UMASS (hooking) 4:16; BRAUN, Justin, UMASS (interference) 17:32. OT Period — ,9, QU, WONG, Brandon/8 (ATKINSON, Mike/4, LANGLOIS, Jeremy/5) 2:18. Shots on goal – UMASS 10–11–9–2 32; QU 15–8–20–2 45.. Power plays – UMASS 0 of 1; QU 1 of 3 Penalties – UMASS 3 (6 min); QU 1 (2 min). Goalies – UMASS, DAINTON, Paul (42:18 minutes, 30 shots– 28 saves), MEYERS, Dan (20:00, 15–12); QU, CLARKE, Dan (60:57, 32–28) , EMPTY NET (01:21, 0–0). Penalty shots – None. Attendance: 3171 Official Time: 2:18

>> Game 15

1 2 3 OT Final 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 – 2

1st Period — Penalties: Wolff, Mike, BRWN (interference) 9:56; TEAM, BRWN (too many players on ice) 20:00. 2nd Period — Zolnierczyk, Harry, BRWN (slashing) 3:37; DICKINSON, Brett, QU (holding) 6:20; GLAICAR, Mike, QU (holding) 9:00; DICKINSON, Brett, QU (slashing) 12:34; Connauton, Sean, BRWN (holding) 18:55; LAMPE, Eric, QU (unsportsmanlike conduct) 18:55. 3rd Period — 1, BRWN, Buvinow, Jeff/2 (Volpatti, Aaron/4, Timberlake, Devin/6) 3:56. 2, BRWN, Connauton, Sean/1 (Smith, Jarred/2, Pietrus, Jordan/4) 5:19. 3, QU, WONG, Brandon/11 (HANSEN, Zach/10, DAVIES, Zach/4) 6:32. Penalties: Ouimet, MER (hooking) 7:01; Loprieno, MER (tripping) 13:00. Penalties: Fratkin, Jesse, BRWN (roughing) 6:19; ZUREVINSKI, Scott, QU (roughing) 6:19; HEICHMAN, Spencer, QU (boarding) 9:58; Zolnierczyk, Harry, BRWN (hooking) 19:18; Maclellan, Jack, BRWN (10– minute misconduct) :00. Shots on goal – QU 6–7–10 23; BRWN 17–8–6 31. Power plays – QU 0 of 4; BRWN 0 of 4. Penalties – QU 6 (12 min); BRWN 7 (22 min). Attendance: 957 Official Time: 1:58

>> Game 16 >> Game 14 Quinnipiac University Bobcats Yale University Bulldogs Ingalls Rink • New Haven, Conn. QU YALE

Dec. 4, 2009 4 7

1 2 3 OT Final 2 1 1 – 4 2 1 4 – 7

1st Period — 1, YALE, Backman, Sean/7 (O’Neill, Brian/9, Dignard, Tom/6) 3:08 (pp). 2, QU, BARRON, Loren/3 (LAMPE, Eric/10, BEAUDOIN, Jean–Marc/8) 6:23 (pp). 3, QU, WONG, Brandon/9 (LAMPE, Eric/11) 13:30 (pp). 4, YALE, O’Neill, Brian/6 (Arcobello, Mark/6, Dignard, Tom/7) 14:28 (pp). Penalties: HEICHMAN, Spencer, QU (cross–checking) 2:08; Donald, Ryan, YALE (tripping) 4:27; BARRON, Loren, QU (hooking) 8:04; DICKINSON, Brett, QU (roughing) 10:02; Kearney, Denny, YALE (slashing) 10:02; Little, Broc, YALE (tripping) 13:07; LAMPE, Eric, QU (roughing) 13:30; GLAICAR, Mike, QU (holding) 15:04. 2nd Period — 5, YALE, Anderson, Jeff/1 (Donald, Ryan/2) :32. 6, QU, HOLT, Greg/3 (BOUHAREVICH, Yuri/7) 15:18. Penalties: BOUHAREVICH, Yuri, QU (holding) :51; Backman, Sean, YALE (slashing) 3:30; BOUHAREVICH, Yuri, QU (boarding) 6:57; Brockett, Charles, YALE (interference) 12:35. 3rd Period — 7, QU, WONG, Brandon/10 (LAMPE, Eric/12, HANSEN, Zach/9) 6:24 (pp). 8, YALE, Donald, Ryan/2 (Miller, Andrew/10) 8:34. 9, YALE, Kearney, Denny/3 (Little, Broc/5, Miller, Andrew/11) 15:24. 10, YALE, Backman, Sean/8 (O’Neill, Brian/10, Arcobello, Mark/7) 16:27. 11, YALE, Kearney, Denny/4 (Peel, Kevin/4) 19:27 (empty net). Penalties: Backman, Sean, YALE (roughing) 6:01; HOLT, Greg, QU (10–minute misconduct) 6:24; HOLT, Greg, QU (roughing) 6:24; Mason, Brendan, YALE (10–minute misconduct) 6:24; Mason, Brendan, YALE (roughing) 6:24; Mason, Brendan, YALE (grasping the facemask) 6:24; LAMPE, Eric, QU (roughing) 6:24; BEAUDOIN, Jean–Marc, QU (roughing) 6:24. Shots on goal – QU 10–6–6 22; YALE 15–12–14 41 Power plays – QU 3 of 5; YALE 2 of 7. Penalties – QU 11 (30 min); YALE 9 (26 min). Goalies – QU, CLARKE, Dan 8–1–0 Overall (59:21 minutes, 40 shots–34 saves) , EMPTY NET (00:39, 0– 0); YALE, Malcolm, Jeff 2–1–0 Overall (60:00, 22–18). 27–25). Attendance: 3500 Official Time: 2:18

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Dec. 5, 2009 2 1

Quinnipiac University Bobcats College of Holy Cross Crusaders Hart Center • Worcester, Mass. QU HC

Dec. 10, 2009 1 1

1 2 3 OT Final 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1

1st Period — 1, QU, HOLT, Greg/4 12:00. Penalties: Martignetti, J.P., HC (cross–checking) :30; WONG, Brandon, QU (interference) 2:23; Martignetti, J.P., HC (tripping) 17:29. 2nd Period — 2, HC, Sheen, Everett/8 (Jelinek, Jamie/1) 3:12. Penalties: Daly, Mike, HC (interference) 10:16. 3rd Period — 5, AF, Hajner (Mathis, Flynn) 16:25 (pp). 6, QU, Sorteberg 18:38 (empty net). Penalties: Davis, Matthew, HC (hooking) 6:13. Shots on goal – QU 8–9–7–0 24; HC 2–4–6–3 15. Power plays – QU 0 of 4; HC 0 of 1. Penalties – QU 1 (2 min); HC 4 (8 min).. Goalies – QU, CLARKE, Dan (64:56 minutes, 15 shots–14 saves), EMPTY NET (00:04, 0–0); HC, TYSOWSKY, Thomas (65:00, 24–23). Attendance: 1005 Official Time: 2:02

>> Game 17 Dec. 12, 2009 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 5 American International College Yellow Jackets 2 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. AIC QU

1 2 3 OT Final 0 1 1 – 2 3 2 0 – 5

1st Period —1, QU, ATKINSON, Mike/7 (HOLT, Greg/8, HANSEN, Zach/11) 1:40. 2, QU, BEAUDOIN, Jean–Marc/5 (LAMPE, Eric/13, ZUREVINSKI, Scott/7) 13:28. 3, QU, WONG, Brandon/12 (BEAUDOIN, Jean–Marc/9, DAVIES, Zach/5) 17:29 (pp). Penalties: Rob Blanchette, AIC (interference) 16:44. 2nd Period — 4, AIC, Nielsson Arcibal/2 (Steve McLeod/6, Jeff Ceccacci/5) :24. 5, QU, HOLT, Greg/5 (BOUHAREVICH, Yuri/12, LANGLOIS, Jeremy/6) 7:38. 6, QU, OAKES, D’Arcy/1 (DAVIES, Zach/5, WONG, Brandon/12) 17:42. Penalties: Richard Leitner, AIC (hooking) 3:52; BARRON, Loren, QU (elbowing) 10:38. 3rd Period — 4, HARV, Biega (Moore, Moriarty) 4:51. 5, QU, Beaudoin/5 (Bouharevich/1) 16:34. 6, QU, Marshall/10 (Leitch/23) 17:12. 7, QU, Leitch (Myers) 19:13 (empty net). Penalties: 7, AIC, Tom Mele/4 (Josh Froese/5, Chris Campanale/2) 9:45. Shots on goal – AIC 5–9–6 20; QU 11–15–6 32. Power plays – AIC 2 (4 min); QU 1 (2 min). Penalties – HARV 5 (10 min); QU 4 (8 min). Goalies – AIC, Dan Ramirez 0–8–1 (60:00 minutes, 32 shots– 27 saves); QU, CADIEUX, Mathieu (10:15, 3–3) , HARTZELL, Eric 4–1–0 (49:45, 17–15). Attendance: 2403 Official Time: 1:55

>> Game 18 Dec. 29, 2009 Harvard University Crimson 3 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 1 Bright Hockey Center • Cambridge, Mass QU HARV

1 2 3 OT Final 0 0 1 – 1 1 1 1 – 3

1st Period — 1, HARV, Greiner, Luke/1 (Moore, Colin/1, Grimshaw, Ryan/3) 9:54. Penalties: Valek, David, HARV (boarding) 16:28. 2nd Period — 2, HARV, Leblanc, Louis/4 (Huxley, Chris/8, Fallstrom, Alex/6) 6:50 (pp). Penalties: Killorn, Alex, HARV (interference): 28; DICKINSON, Brett, QU (interference) 6:36; DICKINSON, Brett, QU (cross-checking) 12:55; Leblanc, Louis, HARV (roughing) 12:55; LAMPE, Eric, QU (10-minute misconduct) 12:55; HANSEN, Zach, QU (charging the goalie) 13:18; Killorn, Alex, HARV (interference) 13:21. 3rd Period — 3, QU, BOUHAREVICH, Yuri/4 (HOLT, Greg/9, ATKINSON, Mike/5) 2:37. 4, HARV, Valek, David/1 (Biega, Alex/4, Biega, Danny/1) 19:16 (empty net). Shots on goal – QU 5–15–17 37; HARV 8–8–7 23. Power plays – QU 0 of 3; HARV 1 of 2. Penalties – QU 4 (16 min); HARV 4 (8 min). Goalies – QU, CLARKE, Dan 8–3–1 (59:05 minutes, 22 shots–20 saves), EMPTY NET (00:55, 0–0); HARV, Richter, Kyle 2–6–1 (60:00, 37–36). Attendance: 2475 Official Time: 2:06


>> Game 19 Princeton University Tigers Quinnipiac University Bobcats Hobey Baker Rink • Princeton, N.J. QU PRIN

Jan. 4, 2010 4 3

1 2 3 OT Final 0 2 1 0 3 0 3 0 1 4

>> Game 21 Jan. 9, 2010 Union College Dutchmen 2 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 1 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. UNION QU

1 2 3 OT Final 0 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 1

1st Period — Penalties: OAKES, D’Arcy, QU (hooking) 7:14. 2nd Period — , PRIN, Bartlett, Dan/9 (Kramer, Mike/7, Arhontas, Matt/3) 4:09. 2, PRIN, Bartlett, Dan/10 (Schroeder, Brad/3, Lohry, Kevin/5) 6:15 (pp). 3, QU, OAKES, D’Arcy/2 (GOODMAN, Russell/1) 6:52. 4, PRIN, Kramer, Mike/6 (Bartlett, Dan/6) 10:14. 5, QU, OAKES, D’Arcy/3 (ARNT, Ben/1, DALHUISEN, Mike/4) 19:18. Penalties: DALHUISEN, Mike, QU (tripping) 4:50; HOLT, Greg, QU (tripping) 11:37. 3rd Period — 3- 6, QU, ZUREVINSKI, Scott/9 (BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/10, LAMPE, Eric/14) 7:13. Penalties: Crane, Kevin, PRIN (hitting from behind) 7:33; Reynolds, Alan, PRIN (delay of game) 8:07; DAVIES, Zach, QU (boarding) 12:46. OT period — 7, PRIN, Bartlett, Dan/11 (Sabky, Sam/3, Fedun, Taylor/6) 2:45.

1st Period — 1, QU, LAMPE, Eric/10 (WONG, Brandon/13, BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/11) 15:00 (pp). Penalties: Walters, Jason, UNION (cth roughing) 13:11; WONG, Brandon, QU (boarding) 16:10. 2nd Period — 2, UNION, Valery-Trabucco, M./12 (Walters, Jason/13) 7:29 (pp). Penalties: ROLHEISER, Reese, QU (hooking) 1:56; Welsh, Jeremy, UNION (holding) 3:06; BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc, QU (elbowing) 6:51; Matheson, Brock, UNION (cross-checking) 7:48; Lareau, Jon, UNION (holding) 13:40; DAVIES, Zach, QU (tripping) 14:02; HANSEN, Zach, QU (roughing) 20:00. 3rd Period — Penalties: Lareau, Jon, UNION (interference) 5:43; DALHUISEN, Mike, QU (interference) 10:46; Wakita, Mike, UNION (interference) 13:51; LANGLOIS, Jeremy, QU (tripping) 15:16. OT period — 3, UNION, Cain, Luke/1 (Simpson, John/11) 2:19.

Shots on goal – QU 6–8–10–1 25; PRIN 9–14–8–3 34. Power plays – QU 0 of 2; PRIN 1 of 4. Penalties – QU 4 (8 min); PRIN 2 (4 min).. Goalies – QU, CLARKE, Dan 8–4–1 (62:45 minutes, 34 shots– 30 saves); PRIN, Reynolds, Alan 4–2–0 (62:45, 25–22). Attendance: 1221 Official Time: 2:11

Shots on goal – UNION 10–10–10–2 32; QU 7–13–4–0 24. Power plays – UNION 1 of 7; QU 1 of 6. Penalties – UNION 6 (12 min); QU 7 (14 min). Goalies – UNION, Milan, Corey (62:19 minutes, 24 shots–23 saves); QU, CLARKE, Dan (62:19, 32–30). Attendance: 2424 Official Time: 2:11

>> Game 20 Jan. 8, 2010 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Engineers 4 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 1 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. RPI QU

1 2 3 OT Final 0 3 1 – 4 0 0 1 – 1

1st Period — Penalties: Polacek, Chase, RPI (hooking) 5:49; GOODMAN, Russell, QU (boarding) 10:26; ARNT, Ben, QU (slashing) 14:09; Merth, Peter, RPI (holding) 17:22. 2nd Period — 1, RPI, Watts, Jordan/1 (Polacek, Chase/15, Merth, Peter/2) 3:19 (sh). 2, RPI, O’Grady, Marty/5 (Polacek, Chase/16) 5:44 (sh). 3, RPI, Malchuk, Joel/4 (Polacek, Chase/17, Pirri, Brandon/16) 18:43 (pp). Penalties: Burgdoerfer, Erik, RPI (hooking) 3:09; Merth, Peter, RPI (slashing) 5:02; Brutlag, Bryan, RPI (holding) 9:12; Bergin, Mike, RPI (hitting from behind) 12:53; Bergin, Mike, RPI (10-minute misconduct) 12:53; LAMPE, Eric, QU (roughing) 17:25; Kerins, Paul, RPI (unsportsmanlike conduct) 19:59; HANSEN, Zach, QU (unsportsmanlike conduct) 19:59; Polacek, Chase, RPI (roughing) 19:59; BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc, QU (roughing) 19:59. 3rd Period — 4, QU, ZUREVINSKI, Scott/10 (HOLT, Greg/10, LAMPE, Eric/15) 4:49. 5, RPI, Brutlag, Bryan/4 19:00 (empty net). Penalties: BARRON, Loren, QU (cross-checking) 11:57. Shots on goal – RPI 5–5–5 15; QU 14–13–10 37. Power plays – RPI 1 of 4; QU 0 of 5. Penalties – RPI 9 (29 min); QU 6 (12 min). Goalies – RPI, York, Allen (60:00 minutes, 37 shots–36 saves); QU, CADIEUX, Mathieu (19:30, 4–4) , HARTZELL, Eric (39:52, 10–7) , EMPTY NET (00:38, 0–0). Attendance: 2790 Official Time: 2:08

>> Game 22 Jan. 15, 2010 St. Cloud State University 3 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 1 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. SCSU QU

1 2 3 OT Final 1 1 1 – 3 0 1 0 – 1

1st Period — 1, SCSU, Ryan Lasch/11 (Taylor Johnson/4, Garrett Roe/15) 8:53 (pp). Penalties: KETCHUM, Ben, QU (contact to the head) 2:45; HANSEN, Zach, QU (cth elbowing) 3:47; Nick Oslund, SCSU (cth roughing) 6:01; ZUREVINSKI, Scott, QU (boarding) 7:05; HEICHMAN, Spencer, QU (tripping) 7:14. 2nd Period — - 2, QU, GOODMAN, Russell/1 (BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/12, LAMPE, Eric/16) 3:38. 3, SCSU, Garrett Raboin/4 (Travis Novak/4) 11:59 (sh). Penalties: MChris Hepp, SCSU (roughing) 11:02; Oliver Lauridsen, SCSU (cth elbowing) 17:32. 3rd Period — - 4, SCSU, Tony Mosey/9 (Ryan Lasch/9) 19:49 (empty net). Penalties: Travis Novak, SCSU (interference) 7:57. Shots on goal – SCSU 15–6–6 27; QU 4–10–8 22. Power plays – SCSU 1 of 4; QU 0 of 4. Penalties – SCSU 4 (8 min); QU 4 (8 min). Goalies – SCSU, Dan Dunn (59:57 minutes, 22 shots–21 saves), EMPTY NET (00:03, 0–0); QU, CLARKE, Dan (58:27, 26–24) , EMPTY NET (01:33, 0–0). Penalty shots – None. Attendance: 2433 Official Time: 2:01

>> Game 23 Jan. 16, 2010 St. Cloud State University 3 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 2 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. SCSU QU

1 2 3 OT Final 0 3 0 – 3 0 0 2 – 2

1st Period — Penalties: Aaron Marvin, SCSU (interference) 9:32; GLAICAR, Mike, QU (holding) 15:25; Garrett Raboin, SCSU (kneeing) 16:25. 2nd Period — - 1, SCSU, David Eddy/4 (Tony Mosey/9, Garrett Roe/16) 1:39. 2, SCSU, Brett Barta/1 (Ben Hanowski/6, Sam Zabkowicz/7) 4:22. 3, SCSU, David Eddy/5 (Ben Hanowski/6, Jared Festler/8) 14:16 (pp). Penalties: LaChappelle, RMU (hooking) 8:15; Lampe, QU (hooking) 9:3Oliver Lauridsen, SCSU (boarding) 5:05; DICKINSON, Brett, QU (interference) 7:59; Garrett Roe, SCSU (boarding) 8:10; BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc, QU (high sticking) 12:37; WONG, Brandon, QU (interference) 14:32; Sam Zabkowicz, SCSU (holding) 15:01; DICKINSON, Brett, QU (unsportsmanlike conduct) 19:11; Oliver Lauridsen, SCSU (unsportsmanlike conduct) 19:11. 3rd Period — 84, QU, ZUREVINSKI, Scott/11 (HOLT, Greg/11, LANGLOIS, Jeremy/7) 1:34. 5, QU, BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/6 (WONG, Brandon/14, ZUREVINSKI, Scott/8) 14:57 (pp). Penalties: HANSEN, Zach, QU (roughing) 11:13; Garrett Raboin, SCSU (interference) 14:01; Chris Hepp, SCSU (roughing) 19:50; HOLT, Greg, QU (roughing) 19:50. Shots on goal – SCSU 4–11–6 21; QU 12–12–13 37 Power plays – SCSU 1 of 5; QU 1 of 6. Penalties – SCSU 8 (16 min); QU 7 (14 min). Goalies – SCSU, Mike Lee (60:00 minutes, 37 shots–35 saves); QU, CADIEUX, Mathieu (18:33, 6–6) , CLARKE, Dan (40:00, 15–12) , EMPTY NET (01:27, 0–0). Attendance: 2714 Official Time: 2:14

>> Game 24 Jan. 22, 2010 Niagara University Purple Eagles 6 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 2 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. NIA QU

1 2 3 OT Final 2 2 2 – 6 0 1 1 – 2

1st Period — 1, NIA, Consorti, Wes/1 (Matthews, Tyler/7, Baco, Dan/6) 4:20. 2, NIA, Moran, Chris/4 (Olidis, Ryan/9) 5:02. Penalties: CURRIE, Zack, QU (interference) 5:11; Sheehan, Brendan, NIA (hooking) 12:08; TEAM, NIA (too many players on ice) 16:41; ARNT, Ben, QU (hooking) 19:26. 2nd Period — 3, NIA, Baco, Dan/2 (Consorti, Wes/2, Zanette, Marc) 7:40. 4, NIA, Zanette, Paul/8 16:58 (sh). 5, QU, HOLT, Greg/6 (ZUREVINSKI, Scott/8, BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/13) 19:28 (pp). Penalties: HOLT, Greg, QU (roughing) 10:58; Moran, Chris, NIA (roughing) 10:58; Zanette, Marc, NIA (slashing) 13:49; Foam, Derek, NIA (hooking) 15:42; Zanette, Marc, NIA (cross-checking) 17:45 3rd Period — 6, NIA, Beattie, Jason/2 (Iuorio, Giancarlo/6, Ross, David) 6:04 (pp). 7, NIA, Haczyk, Bryan/4 (Zanette, Paul/6) 8:37 (sh).8, QU, ARNT, Ben/1 (HARVEY, Clay/4, CURRIE, Zack/1) 19:57. Penalties: Vandenberg, Brent, NIA (hooking) 2:07; ARNT, Ben, QU (hooking) 4:34; Zanette, Marc, NIA (hooking) 7:46; Gotto, Tyler, NIA (tripping) 11:55; Gotto, Tyler, NIA (roughing) 11:55; Matthews, Tyler, NIA (cross-checking) 18:45; DALHUISEN, Mike, QU (roughing) 19:47. Shots on goal – NIA 12–6–9 26; QU 12–22–16 50.. Power plays – NIA 1 of 3; QU 1 of 8. Penalties – NIA 11 (22 min); QU 5 (10 min). Goalies – NIA, Hare, Andrew (60:00 minutes, 50 shots–48 saves); QU, CADIEUX, Mathieu (32:06, 13–10) , CLARKE, Dan (27:40, 14–11) , EMPTY NET (00:14, 0–0). Attendance: 2512 Official Time: 2:10

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>> Game 25 Jan. 23, 2010 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 3 Niagara University Purple Eagles 3 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn.

>> Game 27 Feb. 5, 2010 Cornell University Big Red 2 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 0 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn.

>> Game 29 Feb. 12, 2010 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 5 St. Lawrence University Saints 0 Appleton Arena • Canton, N.Y.

NIA QU

COR QU

QU SLU

1 2 3 OT Final 0 1 2 – 3 1 2 0 – 3

1st Period — 1, QU, WONG, Brandon/13 (BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/14, ZUREVINSKI, Scott/10) 3:43 (pp). Penalties: LAMPE, Eric, QU (tripping) :30; Vandenberg, Brent, NIA (charging) 3:24; Chartrain, C.J., NIA (tripping) 4:11; LAMPE, Eric, QU (slashing) 6:12; Gotto, Tyler, NIA (cross-checking) 6:12; ATKINSON, Mike, QU (tripping) 6:51; Foam, Derek, NIA (interference) 10:27. 2nd Period — 2, NIA, Gotto, Tyler/5 (Olidis, Ryan/10) 7:00 (pp). 3, QU, BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/7 (ZUREVINSKI, Scott/11, LANGLOIS, Jeremy/8) 15:50. 4, QU, WONG, Brandon/14 (ZUREVINSKI, Scott/12) 18:55 (pp). Penalties: TBEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc, QU (elbowing) 6:17; Zanette, Marc, NIA (holding) 9:19; GOODMAN, Russell, QU (interference) 11:44; HANSEN, Zach, QU (hooking) 13:24; HOLT, Greg, QU (roughing) 18:15; HOLT, Greg, QU (roughing) 18:15; Moran, Chris, NIA (roughing) 18:15; Moran, Chris, NIA (roughing) 18:15; Burichin, Jim, NIA (hitting after whistle)18:15. 3rd Period — 5, NIA, Ross, David/4 :50. 6, NIA, Consorti, Wes/2 (Martini, Rob/1, Baco, Dan/4) 1:50.Penalties: DALHUISEN, Mike, QU (holding) 2:44; Zanette, Marc, NIA (hooking) 4:00; Moran, Chris, NIA (elbowing) 8:29. Shots on goal – NIA 11–9–10–3 33; QU 17–26–13–2 58. Power plays – NIA 1 of 6; QU 2 of 7. Penalties – NIA 10 (20 min); QU 9 (18 min). Goalies – NIA, Noonan, Chris (64:48 minutes, 58 shots–55 saves) , EMPTY NET (00:12, 0–0); QU, CLARKE, Dan (64:58, 33–30) , EMPTY NET (00:02, 0–0). Attendance: 2402 Official Time: 2:40

>> Game 26

Jan. 29, 2010 Dartmouth College Big Green 4 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 3 Thompson Arena • Hanover, N.H QU DART

1 2 3 OT Final 1 2 0 – 3 2 1 1 – 4

1st Period — 1, DART, Walsh, Dustin (Walsh, Nick) 3:00. 2, QU, LAMPE, Eric (BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc, ZUREVINSKI, Scott) 3:40. 3, DART, Walsh, Dustin (Stephens, Evan, Walsh, Nick) 13:05. Penalties: HANSEN, Zach, QU (interference) 16:31; Reeds, Kyle, DART (hooking) 18:30. 2nd Period — 14, QU, HEICHMAN, Spencer (BARRON, Loren, HOLT, Greg) 5:38. 5, DART, Stephens, Evan (Jones, Doug, Estoclet, Adam) 7:03 (pp). 6, QU, GOODMAN, Russell (HARVEY, Clay, HOLT, Greg) 13:41. Penalties: HARVEY, Clay, QU (elbowing) :54; HOLT, Greg, QU (hooking) 6:29; Goggin, Connor, DART (roughing) 10:49; Goggin, Mark, DART (roughing) 10:49; GOODMAN, Russell, QU (roughing) 10:49; LAMPE, Eric, QU (roughing) 10:49; ZUREVINSKI, Scott, QU (cth roughing atw) 10:49; WONG, Brandon, QU (cth high-sticking) 19:27; Reber, Matt, DART (checking) 20:00. 3rd Period — - 7, DART, Estoclet, Adam (Fleming, Scott, Boldt, Peter) 15:33. Penalties: Goodship, Alex, DART (slashing) 11:26; Reber, Matt, DART (slashing) 20:00. Shots on goal – QU 13–10–16 39; DART 7–10–3 20 Power plays – QU 0 of 5; DART 1 of 4. Penalties – QU 7 (14 min); DART 6 (12 min) Goalies – QU, CLARKE, Dan 8–9–2 (57:34 minutes, 20 shots– 16 saves) , EMPTY NET (02:26, 0–0); DART, O’Neill, Jody 5–12–0 (20:00, 16–16) , Mello, James (40:00, 23–20) Attendance: 2802 Official Time: 2:09

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1 2 3 OT Final 1 0 1 – 2 0 0 0 – 0

1st Period — 1, COR, Krueger, Justin/1 (Gallagher, Blake/13, Nash, Brendon/10) 5:09 (pp). Penalties: LANGLOIS, Jeremy, QU (tripping) 4:30; Devin, Joe, COR (interference) 9:14; TEAM, COR (too many players on ice) 18:06; Kennedy, Patrick, COR (delay of game) 19:30. 2nd Period — Penalties: HANSEN, Zach, QU (slashing) 5:26; Krueger, Justin, COR (interference) 9:23; HANSEN, Zach, QU (hitting from behind) 12:39; GOODMAN, Russell, QU (slashing) 15:08. 3rd Period — 2, COR, Roeszler, Tyler/1 (Nicholls, Dan/1, D’Agostino, Nick/9) 2:28. Penalties: Moulson, Chris, COR (tripping) 7:14; LAMPE, Eric, QU (tripping) 15:47; LAMPE, Eric, QU (10-minute misconduct) 15:47. Shots on goal – COR 6–4–6 16; QU 14–6–12 32.. Power plays – COR 1 of 5; QU 0 of 4. Penalties – COR 5 (10 min); QU 6 (20 min). Goalies – COR, Scrivens, Ben (60:00 minutes, 32 shots–32 saves); QU, CLARKE, Dan (58:33, 16–14) , EMPTY NET (01:27, 0–0). Attendance: 3227 Official Time: 2:21

>> Game 28

Feb. 6, 2010 2 Colgate University Raiders 0 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn CU QU

1 2 3 OT Final 0 0 0 – 0 1 0 1 – 2

1st Period — 1, QU, HOLT, Greg/7 (GLAICAR, Mike/5) 14:16. Penalties: TEAM, QU (too many players on ice) 17:59. 2nd Period — Penalties: HDALHUISEN, Mike, QU (tripping) 7:03; GLAICAR, Mike, QU (cross-checking) 9:34; Jeremy Price, CU (hooking) 14:31. 3rd Period — 2, QU, HANSEN, Zach/2 (DAVIES, Zach/7, WONG, Brandon/15) 18:18 (pp). Penalties: LAMPE, Eric, QU (high sticking) :55; DALHUISEN, Mike, QU (roughing) 2:58; Wade Poplawski, CU (tripping) 8:30; Corbin McPherson, CU (tripping) 16:19; Kevin McNamara, CU (high sticking) 17:09. Shots on goal – CU 8–10–8 26; QU 6–13–17 36.. Power plays – CU 0 of 5; QU 1 of 4. Penalties – CU 4 (8 min); QU 5 (10 min). Goalies – CU, Alex Evin (59:58 minutes, 36 shots–34 saves), EMPTY NET (00:02, 0–0); QU, CLARKE, Dan (60:00, 26–26). Attendance: 2687 Official Time: 2:17

1 2 3 OT Final 1 1 3 – 5 0 0 0 – 0

1st Period — 1, QU, DALHUISEN, Mike/1 (LANGLOIS, Jeremy, HOLT, Greg) 7:38. Penalties: WONG, Brandon, QU (slashing) 5:04; WONG, Brandon, QU (hooking) 9:11. 2nd Period — 2, QU, HARVEY, Clay/1 (CURRIE, Zack, GLAICAR, Mike) 4:37. Penalties: PITSIKOULIS, Nick, SLU (hooking) 2:19; CURRIE, Zack, QU (tripping) 6:21; GLAICAR, Mike, QU (holding) 9:43; HEICHMAN, Spencer, QU (holding) 11:52; BOLLIG, Brandon, SLU (roughing) 13:38; BOLLIG, Brandon, SLU (holding) 19:12; KELLER, Derek, SLU (cross-checking) 19:51. 3rd Period — 5 3, QU, WONG, Brandon/15 (HANSEN, Zach, HOLT, Greg) :21 (pp). 4, QU, OAKES, D’Arcy/4 (HOLT, Greg, LAMPE, Eric) 10:44 (pp). 5, QU, ATKINSON, Mike/8 (LANGLOIS, Jeremy) 16:39. Penalties: DALHUISEN, Mike, QU (tripping) 5:57; HANSEN, Zach, QU (hooking) 7:38; ARMSTRONG, Mark, SLU (cross-checking) 10:01; ARNT, Ben, QU (slashing) 13:38. Shots on goal – QU 7–10–6 23; SLU 5–4–14 23. Power plays – QU 2 of 5; SLU 0 of 8. Penalties – QU 8 (16 min); SLU 5 (10 min). Goalies – QU, CLARKE, Dan W, 10–10–2 (60:00 minutes, 23 shots–23 saves); SLU, TISI, Kain L, 8–6–3 (59:54, 23–18) , EMPTY NET (00:06, 0–0). Attendance: 2430 Official Time: 1:59

>> Game 30 Feb. 13, 2010 Clarkson University Golden Knights 4 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 1 Cheel Arena – Potsdam, N.Y. QU CLARK

1 2 3 OT Final 1 0 0 – 1 0 2 1 – 4

1st Period — 1, QU, ZUREVINSKI, Scott/12 (HANSEN, Zach/12, DAVIES, Zach/8) 9:58 (pp). 2, CLARKSON, Tamblyn, Corey/8 (Crowe, Jeremiah/2) 13:47. Penalties: Tremblay, Nick, CLARKSON (hooking) 8:01; Reed, Dan, CLARKSON (tripping) 19:42. 2nd Period — 3, CLARKSON, Freeman, Scott/6 (Tamblyn, Corey/5, DeFazio, Brandon/11) 3:28. 4, CLARKSON, Marks, Tim/4 (Tremblay, Nick/14, Morley, Jake/3) 14:34. Penalties: - DeFazio, Brandon, CLARKSON (hooking) 3:33; Tamblyn, Corey, CLARKSON (hooking) 5:08; Pokulok, Nik, CLARKSON (high sticking) 10:06; Team, CLARKSON (too many players on ice) 12:12; Morley, Jake, CLARKSON (slashing) 16:46. 3rd Period —5, CLARKSON, Beca, Matt/16 19:45 (empty net). Penalties: Oakley, Louke, CLARKSON (slashing) 13:16; ZUREVINSKI, Scott, QU (unsportsmanlike conduct) 16:49; Marks, Tim, CLARKSON (unsportsmanlike conduct) 18:36; HANSEN, Zach, QU (unsportsmanlike conduct) 18:36; HANSEN, Zach, QU (10-minute misconduct) 18:36. Shots on goal – QU 11–6–5 22; CLARKSON 7–10–2 19. Power plays – QU 1 of 8; CLARKSON 0 of 1. Penalties – QU 3 (14 min); CLARKSON 9 (18 min). Goalies – QU, CLARKE, Dan 10–11–2 (57:11 minutes, 18 shots–15 saves) , EMPTY NET (02:49, 0–0); CLARKSON, Karpowich, Paul 6–15–3 (60:00, 22–21). Attendance: 2039 Official Time: 2:10


>> Game 31 Feb. 19, 2010 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Engineers 5 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 3 Houston Field House • Troy, N.Y..

>> Game 33 Feb. 26, 2010 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 8 Brown University Bears 3 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn.

QU RPI

BRWN QU

1 2 3 OT Final 1 1 1 – 3 2 2 1 – 5

1st Period — 1, RPI, Pirri, Brandon/10 (O’Grady, Marty/14, Kerins, Paul/8) 4:18. 2, QU, ZUREVINSKI, Scott/13 (CURRIE, Zack/3, LAMPE, Eric/18) 7:27. 3, RPI, Polacek, Chase/24 (D’Amigo, Jerry/19, Helfrich, Tyler/11) 17:48. 2nd Period — 4, RPI, D’Amigo, Jerry/10 (Polacek, Chase/24) 14:07. 5, RPI, Angers-Goulet, Alex/5 (Foss, Jeff/6) 15:03. 6, QU, BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/8 (WONG, Brandon/16, HANSEN, Zach/13) 19:32 (pp). Penalties: D’Amigo, Jerry, RPI (cth elbowing) 1:35; WONG, Brandon, QU (slashing) 6:40; Pirri, Brandon, RPI (slashing) 13:32; DALHUISEN, Mike, QU (high sticking) 13:32; Jensen, Christian, RPI (slashing) 18:39; DALHUISEN, Mike, QU (slashing) 19:42. 3rd Period — 7, QU, ZUREVINSKI, Scott/14 (WONG, Brandon/17, BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/16) 4:52 (pp). 8, RPI, Kennedy, John/1 (Polacek, Chase/25, D’Amigo, Jerry/20) 19:31 (empty net). Penalties: DALHUISEN, Mike, QU (interference) 1:50; Pirri, Brandon, RPI (cross-checking) 4:35; Brutlag, Bryan, RPI (cth cross-checking) 9:03; DALHUISEN, Mike, QU (slashing) 12:32; Polacek, Chase, RPI (cross-checking) 17:13. Shots on goal – QU 9–9–9 27; RPI 6–6–9 21 Power plays – QU 2 of 5; RPI 0 of 4. Penalties – QU 5 (10 min); RPI 6 (12 min). Goalies – QU, CLARKE, Dan 10–12–2 (57:42 minutes, 20 shots–16 saves) , EMPTY NET (02:18, 0–0); RPI, Merriam, Bryce 4–3–0 (60:00, 27–24). Attendance: 2694 Official Time: 2:06

>> Game 32 Union College Dutchmen Quinnipiac University Bobcats Messa Rink • Schenectady, N.Y.. QU UNION

Feb. 20, 2010 3 7

1 2 3 OT Final 1 1 1 – 3 2 2 3 – 7

1st Period — 1, UNION, Matheson, Brock/5 (Shaffer, Jason/4, Christiansen, Jeff/1) 4:39. 2, UNION, Walters, Jason/16 (Schreiber, Mike/19) 15:39. 3, QU, ATKINSON, Mike/9 (GOODMAN, Russell/2, LANGLOIS, Jeremy/11) 16:35. Penalties: Shaffer, Jason, UNION (kneeing) 16:47. 2nd Period — 4, QU, HOLT, Greg/8 (HARVEY, Clay/6) 5:50. 5, UNION, Christiansen, Jeff/1 (Lareau, Jon/4) 8:52. 6, UNION, Shaffer, Jason/1 (Lareau, Jon/5, Schreiber, Mike/20) 16:07. Penalties: BARRON, Loren, QU (holding) 3:29; HANSEN, Zach, QU (cth elbowing) 10:18. 3rd Period — 7, UNION, Welsh, Jeremy/9 (Boileau, Stephane/10, Julseth-White, Nolan/7) :54 (pp). 8, QU, WONG, Brandon/16 (HOLT, Greg/17) 12:12. 9, UNION, Valery-Trabucco, M./19 (Presizniuk, Adam/22, Walters, Jason/21) 17:04. 10, UNION, Buote, Andrew/5 17:58. Penalties: LAMPE, Eric, QU (hd) :26; HARVEY, Clay, QU (boarding) 1:29; LAMPE, Eric, QU (roughing) 17:04; LAMPE, Eric, QU (unsportsmanlike conduct) 17:04; LAMPE, Eric, QU (10-minute misconduct) 17:04; Walters, Jason, UNION (holding) 17:04; Walters, Jason, UNION (unsportsmanlike conduct) 17:04. Shots on goal – QU 10-8-9 27; UNION 9-13-10 32. Power plays – QU 0 of 1; UNION 1 of 4. Penalties – QU 7 (22 min); UNION 3 (6 min). Goalies – QU, CADIEUX, Mathieu 1–1–0 (44:21 minutes, 24 shots–19 saves) , CLARKE, Dan (15:39, 8–6); UNION, Kinkaid, Keith 11–4–3 (57:56, 25–22) , Sillery, Rich (02:02, 2–2) , EMPTY NET (00:02, 0–0). Attendance – 2147 Official Time – 2:03

1 2 3 OT Final 1 1 1 – 3 2 4 2 – 8

1st Period — 1, QU, BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/9 (LAMPE, Eric/19, DAVIES, Zach/9) 2:38. 2, BRWN, Brownschidle, David/2 (Smith, Jarred/4, Russell, Jeremy/7) 8:57. 3, QU, LANGLOIS, Jeremy/6 (ATKINSON, Mike/6, DALHUISEN, Mike/5) 15:21. Penalties: HANSEN, Zach, QU (interference) 6:43; Volpatti, Aaron, BRWN (boarding) 11:28; HEICHMAN, Spencer, QU (tripping) 16:34. 2nd Period — 4, QU, WONG, Brandon/17 (LAMPE, Eric/20, BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/17) :38 (pp). 5, QU, HEICHMAN, Spencer/3 (OAKES, D’Arcy/4, ARNT, Ben/2) 4:56. 6, QU, ARNT, Ben/2 (BARRON, Loren/2, ATKINSON, Mike/6) 5:17. 7, QU, ZUREVINSKI, Scott/15 (HOLT, Greg/17, BARRON, Loren/2) 11:53 (pp). 8, BRWN, Drolet, Francis/3 (Farnham, Bobby/5, McMonagle, Sean/8) 13:27 (pp). Penalties: Farnham, Bobby, BRWN (hooking) :21; Zolnierczyk, Harry, BRWN (roughing) 7:24; DALHUISEN, Mike, QU (holding) 7:24; Buvinow, Jeff, BRWN (boarding) 10:52; TYSON, Bobby, QU (slashing) 12:06; ZUREVINSKI, Scott, QU (interference) 16:47. 3rd Period — 9, QU, LANGLOIS, Jeremy/7 (ATKINSON, Mike/7, DALHUISEN, Mike/6) 8:59. 10, QU, BEAUDOIN, JeanMarc (BARRON, Loren) 10:17. 11, BRWN, Zolnierczyk, Harry/12 (Timberlake, Devin/17, Zaires, Chris/12) 16:41. Penalties: ATKINSON, Mike, QU (cth elbowing) 3:24; Zolnierczyk, Harry, BRWN (slashing) 4:25; HANSEN, Zach, QU (slashing) 4:25; HANSEN, Zach, QU (delay of game) 4:25; Volpatti, Aaron, BRWN (roughing) 6:25; Volpatti, Aaron, BRWN (roughing) 6:25; BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc, QU (grasping the facemask) 6:25; Wolff, Mike, BRWN (10-minute misconduct) 8:59; Wolff, Mike, BRWN (roughing) 8:59; HEICHMAN, Spencer, QU (roughing) 8:59; Zolnierczyk, Harry, BRWN (cth elbowing) 11:28; Crowley, Richie, BRWN (10-minute misconduct) 14:09; DALHUISEN, Mike, QU (10-minute misconduct) 14:09; DAVIES, Zach, QU (cth elbowing) 19:17. Shots on goal – BRWN 6–11–13 30; QU 9–13–9 31. Power plays – BRWN 1 of 7; QU 2 of 5. Penalties – BRWN 11 (38 min); QU 12 (32 min). Goalies – BRWN, Rosen, Dan (34:43 minutes, 17 shots–14 saves), Clemente, Mike (25:17, 14–9); QU, MCGANN, Pat (03:19, 1–1) , CLARKE, Dan (56:37, 29–26) , EMPTY NET (00:04, 0–0). Attendance: 2992 Official Time: 2:19

>> Game 34 Feb. 27, 2010 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 4 Yale University Bulldogs 3 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. YALE QU

1 2 3 OT Final 1 1 1 – 3 1 2 1 – 4

1st Period — 1, YALE, Kearney, Denny/7 (Little, Broc/13) 10:12. 2, QU, HANSEN, Zach/3 (WONG, Brandon/18, BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/18) 19:18 (sh). Penalties: BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc, QU (interference) 2:48; WONG, Brandon, QU (interference) 12:21; HOLT, Greg, QU (goaltender interference) 18:10; LAMPE, Eric, QU (charging) 19:43. 2nd Period — 3, YALE, Kearney, Denny/8 (Martin, Jimmy/15, Arcobello, Mark/17) 1:29 (pp). 4, QU, HOLT, Greg/9 (HANSEN, Zach/15, WONG, Brandon/19) 8:22. 5, QU, BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/11 (LAMPE, Eric/21, BARRON, Loren/5) 13:45. Penalties: Laganiere, Antoine, YALE (holding) 11:43; Ziegler, Chad, YALE (boarding) 19:38. 3rd Period — 6, QU, BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/12 (LAMPE, Eric/22, WONG, Brandon/20) 7:03 (pp). 7, YALE, Mason, Brendan/9 (Dignard, Tom/17, Anderson, Jeff/6) 15:13. Penalties: HOLT, Greg, QU (hooking) :36; Ziegler, Chad, YALE (slashing) 6:27; Little, Broc, YALE (holding the stick) 7:28; LANGLOIS, Jeremy, QU (roughing) 7:28; LAMPE, Eric, QU

(tripping) 8:34. Shots on goal – YALE 14–13–11 38; QU 6–14–7 27. Power plays – YALE 1 of 5; QU 1 of 3. Penalties – YALE 4 (8 min); QU 7 (14 min). Goalies – YALE, Maricic, Nick (59:15 minutes, 27 shots–23 saves) , EMPTY NET (00:45, 0–0); QU, CLARKE, Dan (59:56, 38–35) , EMPTY NET (00:04, 0–0). Attendance: 4267 Official Time: 2:20

>> Game 35 March 5, 2010 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 3 Dartmouth College Big Green 2 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. DART QU

1 2 3 OT Final 0 1 1 – 2 0 1 2 – 3

1st Period — 2nd Period — 1, DART, Walsh, Dustin/8 (Jones, Doug/20, Walsh, Nick/10) 1:23. 2, QU, WONG, Brandon/18 (HANSEN, Zach/16, BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/19) 5:12 (pp). Penalties: Goggin, Connor, DART (slashing) 3:13; Jones, Doug, DART (tripping) 4:04 3rd Period — 3, QU, LAMPE, Eric/12 (BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/20, ZUREVINSKI, Scott/14) 5:31. 4, QU, BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/13 (WONG, Brandon/21, LAMPE, Eric/23) 9:33 (pp). 5, DART, Fleming, Scott/21 (Estoclet, Adam/23, Reber, Matt/18) 18:41 (pp). Penalties: HARVEY, Clay, QU (high sticking) 6:00; Boldt, Peter, DART (hooking) 8:35; HOLT, Greg, QU (holding) 16:59. Shots on goal – DART 8–7–10 25; QU 9–6–5 20. Power plays – DART 1 of 2; QU 2 of 3. Penalties – DART 3 (6 min); QU 2 (4 min). Goalies – DART, Mello, James 3–5–2 (56:47 minutes, 20 shots–17 saves) , EMPTY NET (03:13, 0–0); QU, CLARKE, Dan 13–12–2 (60:00, 25–23). Attendance: 1701 Official Time: 1:57

>> Game 36 March 6, 2010 Dartmouth College Big Green 6 Quinnipiac Unviersity Bobcats 3 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. DART QU

1 2 3 OT Final 1 3 2 – 6 0 1 2 – 3

1st Period — 1, DART, Lee, Paul/4 (Goodship, Alex/3) 2:50. 2nd Period — 2, DART, Jones, Doug/4 (Fleming, Scott/13, Reber, Matt/19) 2:11 (pp). 3, DART, Estoclet, Adam/12 (Reber, Matt/20, Fleming, Scott/14) 5:42 (pp). 4, DART, Reber, Matt/4 (Estoclet, Adam, Fleming, Scott) 16:27. 5, QU, TYSON, Bobby/1 (ARNT, Ben/3, OAKES, D’Arcy/5) 18:44. Penalties: LAMPE, Eric, QU (slashing) 1:45; BARRON, Loren, QU (checking) 5:22; Goggin, Connor, DART (interference) 10:37. 3rd Period — - 6, QU, OAKES, D’Arcy/5 (KETCHUM, Ben/1) 4:23. 7, DART, Fleming, Scott/22 (Reber, Matt, Stephens, Evan) 10:02 (pp). 8, DART, Reber, Matt/5 (Fleming, Scott) 11:57. 9, QU, BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc/14 (HOLT, Greg/18, DAVIES, Zach/10) 18:17 (pp). Penalties: Reber, Matt, DART (contact to the head) :45; Jones, Doug, DART (slashing) 5:34; Estoclet, Adam, DART (slashing) 8:06; HOLT, Greg, QU (slashing) 9:01; BARRON, Loren, QU (slashing) 9:01; Lee, Paul, DART (tripping) 18:10. Shots on goal – DART 9-18-8 35; QU 6-13-12 31.. Power plays – DART 3 of 3; QU 1 of 5. Penalties – DART 5 (10 min); QU 4 (8 min). Goalies – DART, Mello, James 4-5-2 (59:58 minutes, 31 shots28 saves) , EMPTY NET (00:02, 0-0); QU, CLARKE, Dan 13-13-2 (60:00, 35-29). Attendance: 1901 Official Time: 2:05

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>> GAME 37 Mar. 7, 2010 Quinnipiac University Bobcats 2 Dartmouth College Big Green 1 TD Bank Sports Center • Hamden, Conn. 1 2 3 OT Final QU 1 1 0 - 2 Dartmouth 0 0 1 - 1 1st Period — 1, QU, LAMPE, Eric/13 16:36. Penalties: KETCHUM, Ben, QU (cth elbowing) 14:16; ZUREVINSKI, Scott, QU (tripping) 18:35. 2nd Period — 2, QU, KETCHUM, Ben/1 (GOODMAN, Russell/3, ARNT, Ben/4) 1:57. 3rd Period — 3, DART, Stejskal, Joe/3 (Fleming, Scott/17) 13:57. Penalties: KETCHUM, Ben, QU (interference) 8:01; Stejskal, Joe, DART (hooking) 16:04. Shots on goal – DART 11-11-5 27; QU 8-11-10 29. Power plays – DART 0 of 3; QU 0 of 1. Penalties – DART 1 (2 min); QU 3 (6 min). Goalies – DART, O’Neill, Jody (39:33 minutes, 21 shots-20 saves), Mello, James (20:00, 8-7) , EMPTY NET (00:27, 0-0); QU, CLARKE, Dan(60:00, 27-26). Attendance: 1,745

>> GAME 38 Quinnipiac University Bobcats Union College Dutchmen Messa Rink • Schenectady, N.Y.

Mar. 12, 2010 3 2

1 2 3 OT O2 O3 O4 O5 Final QU 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 Union 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1st Period — 1, UNION, Boileau, Stephane/8 7:13. 2, UNION, Valery-Trabucco, M./22 (Walters, Jason/23, Zajac, Kelly/12) 9:42 (pp). 3, QU, ZUREVINSKI, Scott/16 (LAMPE, Eric/24) 13:01. Penalties: LANGLOIS, Jeremy, QU (tripping) 9:25. 2nd Period — 4, QU, LANGLOIS, Jeremy/8 (HOLT, Greg/19, DAVIES, Zach/11) 1:12 (pp). Penalties: Coburn, Greg, UNION (interference) :41; Zajac, Kelly, UNION (tripping) 15:19; Welsh, Jeremy, UNION (slashing) 17:08. 3rd Period — Penalties: Walters, Jason, UNION (cth elbowing) 1:29; GOODMAN, Russell, QU (boarding) 5:57; Zajac, Kelly, UNION (boarding) 12:29; LAMPE, Eric, QU (hooking) 18:05. OT2 Period — Penalties: KETCHUM, Ben, QU (tripping) 2:52; Buote, Andrew, UNION (tripping) 14:25; WONG, Brandon, QU (hooking) 14:45. OT4 Period — Penalties: ATKINSON, Mike, QU (hooking) 19:06; Walters, Jason, UNION (hooking) 19:18. OT5 Period — 1, QU, HOLT, Greg 10:22. Shots on goal – QU 7-11-9-3-6-10-7-2 54; UNION 19-1-7-817-12-7-4 75. Power plays – QU 1 of 7; UNION 1 of 6. Penalties – QU 6 (15 min); UNION 7 (14 min). Goalies – QU, CLARKE, Dan (150:17 minutes, 75 shots-73 saves) , EMPTY NET (00:05, 0-0); UNION, Kinkaid, Keith (150:22, 55-52). Attendance: 1,826

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>> GAME 39 Union College Dutchmen Quinnipiac University Bobcats Messa Rink • Schenectady, N.Y.

Mar. 13, 2010 3 1

1 2 3 OT Final QU 1 0 0 – 1 Union 2 0 1 – 3 1st Period — 1, UNION, Presizniuk, Adam/11 (ValeryTrabucco, M./22, Zajac, Kelly/13) 5:01 (pp). 2, QU, WONG, Brandon/19 (HOLT, Greg/20, DAVIES, Zach/11) 17:15 (pp). 3, UNION, Cain, Luke/6 (Pallos, Justin/2, Julseth-White, Nolan/8) 18:27. Penalties: ZUREVINSKI, Scott, QU (tripping) 4:36; ATKINSON, Mike, QU (high sticking) 9:55; Cain, Luke, UNION (hooking) 10:05; Wakita, Mike, UNION (cross-checking) 16:58; LAMPE, Eric, QU (cth roughing) 18:58. 2nd Period — Penalties: Cain, Luke, UNION (interference) 6:40; BEAUDOIN, Jean-Marc, QU (hooking) 14:30; Walters, Jason, UNION (tripping) 15:46. 3rd Period — 4, UNION, Presizniuk, Adam/12 (Matheson, Brock/3) 1:17. Penalties: GLAICAR, Mike, QU (boarding) 6:32; Shaffer, Jason, UNION (cth roughing) 15:32; Matheson, Brock, UNION (cross-checking) 18:07. Shots on goal – QU 10-6-12 28; UNION 14-7-11 32. Power plays – QU 1 of 6; UNION 1 of 5. Penalties – QU 5 (10 min); UNION 6 (12 min). Goalies –QU, CLARKE, Dan 15-14-2 (58:20 minutes, 32 shots29 saves) , EMPTY NET (01:40, 0-0); UNION, Milan, Corey 8-4-3 (59:55, 28-27) , EMPTY NET (00:05, 0-0). Attendance: 2,014

>> GAME 40 Union College Dutchmen Quinnipiac University Bobcats Messa Rink • Schenectady, N.Y.

Mar. 14, 2010 2 1

1 2 3 OT Final QU 0 0 1 – 1 Union 1 0 1 – 2 1st Period — 1, UNION, Simpson, Wayne/6 (Schreiber, Mike/21) 2:01. Penalties: HOLT, Greg, QU (cross-checking) 1:48; Coburn, Greg, UNION (cross-checking) 1:48; LAMPE, Eric, QU (cth roughing) 5:40; Walters, Jason, UNION (slashing) 5:40; WONG, Brandon, QU (goaltender interference) 11:42. 3rd Period —2, UNION, Welsh, Jeremy/10 (Cain, Luke/4, Zajac, Kelly/14) 1:04. 3, QU, ROLHEISER, Reese/4 (LANGLOIS, Jeremy/12, CURRIE, Zack/4) 15:31. Penalties: ATKINSON, Mike, QU (holding) 3:03; HOLT, Greg, QU (slashing) 6:57. Shots on goal – QU 14-12-5 31; UNION 10-14-11 35. Power plays – QU 0 of 0; UNION 0 of 3. Penalties – QU 5 (10 min); UNION 2 (4 min). Goalies – QU, CLARKE, Dan 15-15-2 (59:04 minutes, 35 shots33 saves) , EMPTY NET (00:56, 0-0); UNION, Milan, Corey 9-4-3 (60:00, 31-30). Attendance: 1,976


2009–10 (20–18–2, 11–11–0 ECAC Hockey) ECAC Hockey Tournament Quarterfinalist Head Coach: Rand Pecknold 10/8 at Ohio State................................................... 4–2, W 10/9 at Ohio State................................................... 3–1, W 10/17 Bentley............................................................. 3–2, W 10/30 at Robert Morris............................................. 5–0, W 10/31 at Robert Morris.............................................. 5–8, L 11/6 Clarkson.......................................................... 4–2, W 11/7 St. Lawrence................................................... 5–2, W 11/13 Harvard............................................................ 5–2, W 11/14 Dartmouth....................................................... 4–2, W 11/20 at Colgate........................................................ 5–2, W 11/21 at Cornell......................................................... 3–2, W 11/25 Princeton......................................................... 5–1, W 11/28 Massachusetts....................................... 5–4, W (OT) 12/4 at Yale............................................................... 4–7, L 12/5 at Brown........................................................... 1–2, L 12/10 at Holy Cross.............................................1–1 T(OT) 12/12 American International................................. 5–2, W 12/29 at Harvard........................................................ 1–3, L 1/4 at Princeton..............................................3–4, L (OT) 1/8 Rensselaer........................................................ 1–4, L 1/9 Union........................................................1–2, L (OT) 1/15 St. Cloud State................................................. 1–3, L 1/16 St. Cloud State................................................. 2–3, L 1/22 Niagara............................................................. 2–6, L 1/23 Niagara.....................................................3–3, T (OT) 1/29 at Dartmouth................................................... 3–4, L 2/5 Cornell.............................................................. 0–2, L 2/6 Colgate............................................................ 2–0, W 2/12 at St. Lawrence.............................................. 5–0, W 2/13 at Clarkson....................................................... 1–4, L 2/19 at Rensselaer................................................... 3–5, L 2/20 at Union............................................................ 3–7, L 2/26 Brown............................................................... 8–3, W 2/27 Yale.................................................................. 4–3, W 3/5 Dartmouth (ECAC Hockey First Round)..... 3–2, W 3/6 Dartmouth (ECAC Hockey First Round)...... 3–6, L 3/5 Dartmouth (ECAC Hockey First Round)..... 2–1, W 3/12 Union (ECAC Hockey Quarters)...... 3–2, W (5 OT) 3/13 Union (ECAC Hockey Quarters)................... 1–3, L 3/14 Union (ECAC Hockey Quarters)................... 1–2, L

2008–09 (18–18–3, 9–10–3 ECAC Hockey) ECAC Hockey Tournament Quarterfinalist Head Coach: Rand Pecknold 10/17 Union^.............................................................5–6, L 10/19 American International^............................. 4–1, W 10/30 at UMass Lowell..............................................1–4, L 11/1 Connecticut.................................................... 4–1, W 11/7 Colgate..............................................................0–1, L 11/8 Cornell......................................................0–0, T (OT) 11/11 Princeton...........................................................0–2, L 11/14 at Union........................................................... 6–3, W 11/15 at Rensselaer.................................................. 5–1, W 11/21 at Clarkson...................................................... 4–2, W 11/22 at St. Lawrence.............................................. 5–2, W 11/26 at Princeton.......................................................1–2, L 12/3 at Princeton.......................................................1–4, L 12/5 Providence...................................................... 5–2, W 12/29 Merrimack%.................................................... 4–3, W 12/30 Air Force.......................................................... 4–2, W 1/2 Harvard............................................................ 5–2, W 1/3 Dartmouth....................................................... 6–0, W 1/9 Rensselaer................................................2–2, T (OT) 1/10 Union.................................................................2–4, L 1/16 at Niagara....................................................... 6–4, W 1/17 at Niagara.........................................................1–5, L 1/23 Robert Morris.................................................. 5–4, W 1/24 Robert Morris....................................................5–8, L 1/30 at Brown.......................................................... 5–1, W 1/31 at Yale................................................................0–3, L 2/6 at Cornell...........................................................1–2, L 2/7 at Colgate..........................................................2–3, L 2/13 St. Lawrence.....................................................3–4, L 2/14 Clarkson.......................................................... 5–3, W 2/20 Yale...........................................................3–3, T (OT) 2/21 Brown.................................................................2–3, L 2/27 at Harvard.........................................................1–2, L

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2/28 at Dartmouth.................................................. 4–1, W 3/6 Colgate (ECAC Hockey First Round)..3–2, W (OT) 3/7 Colgate (ECAC Hockey First Round)...4–5, L (OT) 3/8 Colgate (ECAC Hockey First Round)..4–3, W (OT) 3/13 at St. Lawrence (ECAC Hockey Quarters)...3–5, L 3/14 at St. Lawrence (ECAC Hockey Quarters)...3–5, L ^ — Mutual of Omaha Maverick Stampede at University of Nebraska – Omaha % — Toyota/UConn Hockey Classic at University of Connecticut

2007–08 (20–15–4, 9–9–4 ECAC Hockey) ECAC Hockey Tournament Quarterfinalist Head Coach: Rand Pecknold 10/16 Bentley............................................................. 3–0, W 10/18 at Air Force.......................................................1–4, L 10/20 at Air Force.......................................................1–3, L 10/30 American International................................. 3–2, W 11/2 at Colgate.................................................0–0, T (OT) 11/3 at Cornell...........................................................3–5, L 11/9 Clarkson.......................................................... 3–2, W 11/10 St. Lawrence............................................2–2, T (OT) 11/16 Princeton......................................................... 4–0, W 11/21 at Princeton..................................................... 5–2, W 11/24 Princeton...........................................................2–4, L 11/30 Union.................................................................3–4, L 12/1 Rensselaer....................................................... 3–2, W 12/7 at Robert Morris............................................. 4–2, W 12/8 at Robert Morris............................................. 5–2, W 12/29 vs. Western Michigan^............................... 2–1, W 12/30 at Vermont^.................................................. 4–1, W 1/4 Harvard.....................................................3–3, T (OT) 1/6 Dartmouth....................................................... 5–3, W 1/11 at Brown.......................................................... 6–3, W 1/12 at Yale.............................................................. 3–0, W 1/19 at Holy Cross.................................................. 5–2, W 1/25 Niagara..............................................................1–5, L 1/26 Niagara..............................................................3–5, L 2/1 at Rensselaer.................................................. 3–2, W 2/2 at Union....................................................3–3, T (OT) 2/8 Yale.................................................................. 5–1, W 2/10 Brown............................................................... 3–0, W 2/15 at Dartmouth....................................................2–7, L 2/16 at Harvard.........................................................1–4, L 2/22 Cornell...............................................................2–3, L 2/24 Colgate..............................................................3–4, L 2/29 at St. Lawrence................................................1–4, L 3/1 at Clarkson........................................................0–8, L 3/7 Brown (ECAC Hockey First Round)....7–6, W (OT) 3/8 Brown (ECAC Hockey First Round)............ 7–1, W 3/14 at Harvard (ECAC Hockey Quarters)..........0–11, L 3/15 at Harvard (ECAC Hockey Quarters).......... 7–4, W 3/16 at Harvard (ECAC Hockey Quarters)............1–3, L ^ — Sheraton/Catamount Cup @ University of Vermont

2006–07 (21–14–5, 10–8–4 ECAC Hockey) ECAC Hockey Tournament Finalist Head Coach: Rand Pecknold 10/6 10/7 10/13 10/14 10/28 10/29 11/3 11/4 11/10 11/11 11/17 11/18 11/24 11/25 12/8 12/9 1/4 1/6 1/9 1/12 1/13 1/19 1/20 1/28 1/30 2/2 2/3 2/6

at North Dakota................................................1–6, L at North Dakota................................................2–4, L Robert Morris.................................................. 3–1, W Robert Morris.................................................. 5–1, W vs. Colgate...............................................2–2, T (OT) vs. Union......................................................... 8–5, W at Union........................................................... 8–2, W at Rensselaer ..........................................2–2, T (OT) at Clarkson...................................................... 6–4, W at St. Lawrence................................................2–3, L Colgate............................................................ 3–1, W Cornell............................................................. 5–2, W at Harvard.........................................................2–4, L at Dartmouth...........................................3–3, T (OT) Rensselaer................................................4–4, T (OT) Union............................................................... 4–2, W Rochester Institute of Tech............................2–3, L at Princeton..................................................... 2–0, W Princeton...........................................................2–4, L Brown............................................................... 5–1, W at Yale.............................................................. 6–2, W at Niagara.........................................................2–5, L at Niagara.........................................................2–3, L Holy Cross....................................................... 7–0, W Harvard.....................................................2–2, T (OT) Yale.................................................................. 6–4, W at Brown............................................................3–6, L Bentley............................................................. 6–1, W

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Dartmouth.........................................................4–5, L American International................................. 8–1, W at Cornell...........................................................0–2, L at Colgate........................................................ 3–2, W St. Lawrence.....................................................1–4, L Clarkson............................................................1–4, L Union (ECAC First Round)........................... 3–1, W Union (ECAC First Round)...................5–4, W (OT) at Cornell (ECAC Quarters)..................1–0, W (OT) at Cornell (ECAC Quarters).......................... 3–2, W vs. St. Lawrence (ECAC Semis)................... 4–0, W vs. Clarkson (ECAC Finals)............................2–4, L

2005–06 (20–18–1, 8–13–1 ECAC Hockey) ECAC Hockey Tournament Quarterfinalist Head Coach: Rand Pecknold 10/7 10/8 10/14 10/15 10/21 10/22 10/28 10/29 11/4 11/5 11/11 11/12 11/18 11/19 11/22 11/26 12/2 12/3 12/6 1/6 1/8 1/13 1/14 1/20 1/21 1/27 1/28 2/3 2/4 2/10 2/17 2/18 2/24 2/25 3/3 3/4 3/10 3/11 3/12

at Michigan.......................................................1–3, L at Michigan.......................................................3–5, L RIT.................................................................... 6–2, W Bentley............................................................. 6–0, W at AIC.............................................................. 6–4, W AIC................................................................... 5–0, W at Robert Morris............................................. 2–0, W at Robert Morris............................................. 3–2, W Harvard............................................................ 5–2, W Dartmouth....................................................... 7–5, W at RPI.................................................................2–4, L at Union.............................................................0–2, L at St. Lawrence.......................................5–6, L (OT) at Clarkson........................................................3–4, L at Princeton..................................................... 3–2, W Princeton...........................................................3–6, L at Colgate..........................................................3–4, L at Cornell...........................................................1–2, L at Harvard.........................................................2–3, L Brown.......................................................3–2, W (OT) Yale....................................................................3–4, L Cornell...............................................................0–6, L Colgate..............................................................1–3, L at RIT............................................................... 4–1, W at RIT............................................................... 4–1, W Niagara..............................................................3–4, L Niagara............................................................ 5–2, W Clarkson.......................................................... 6–1, W St. Lawrence................................................... 3–1, W at Dartmouth....................................................4–5, L Union............................................................... 3–1, W RPI.............................................................4–4, T (OT) at Yale.............................................................. 6–2, W at Brown............................................................3–5, L at RPI (ECAC First Round)........................... 2–1, W at RPI (ECAC First Round)........................... 4–2, W at Colgate (ECAC Quarters)......................... 3–0, W at Colgate (ECAC Quarters)...........................3–5, L at Colgate (ECAC Quarters)...........................0–4, L

2004–05 (21–13–3, 16–6–2 Atlantic Hockey) Atlantic Hockey Regular–Season Champion Atlantic Hockey Tournament Finalist Head Coach: Rand Pecknold 10/15 AIC................................................................... 3–2, W 10/16 Bentley............................................................. 3–0, W 10/23 at Colorado College.........................................2–7, L 10/24 at Air Force.......................................................0–4, L 10/30 at Dartmouth.................................................. 2–1, W 11/12 at Niagara.........................................................1–3, L 11/13 at Niagara.........................................................1–4, L 11/19 at Bentley.................................................4–4, T (OT) 11/20 Bentley............................................................. 5–0, W 11/23 at Sacred Heart................................................2–5, L 11/27 Army................................................................ 5–1, W 12/5 at Holy Cross...........................................3–4, L (OT) 12/10 Robert Morris...........................................2–2, T (OT) 12/11 Robert Morris....................................................2–5, L 12/30 at Bentley........................................................ 3–2, W 1/4 at Canisius...............................................4–4, T (OT) 1/5 at Mercyhurst...................................................1–3, L 1/9 at Maine............................................................0–6, L 1/14 Connecticut......................................................1–4, L 1/15 at Connecticut................................................ 4–1, W 1/22 Holy Cross....................................................... 4–2, W 1/28 Army........................................................5–4, W (OT) 1/29 at Army............................................................ 4–3, W 2/4 Mercyhurst...................................................... 4–3, W 2/5 Mercyhurst...................................................... 7–2, W 2/11 AIC................................................................... 6–3, W


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vs. Holy Cross (Fleet Center)..........................2–5, L Canisius.............................................................1–2, L Canisius........................................................... 8–1, W at AIC.............................................................. 3–2, W Sacred Heart................................................... 5–3, W at Sacred Heart.............................................. 5–3, W at Connecticut................................................ 4–2, W AIC................................................................... 6–1, W Army (Atlantic Hockey Quarters)................ 2–0, W Bentley (Atlantic Hockey Semis)................. 4–1, W Mercyhurst (Atlantic Hockey Finals)...L, 2–3 (OT)

2003–04 (15–14–6, 12–6–6 Atlantic Hockey) Atlantic Hockey Tournament Quarterfinalist Head Coach: Rand Pecknold 10/10 AIC...........................................................3–2, W (OT) 10/11 Air Force..................................................4–3, W (OT) 10/17 at Michigan.......................................................4–5, L 10/18 at Michigan.......................................................2–3, L 10/24 at Wisconsin............................................1–2, L (OT) 10/25 at Wisconsin.....................................................1–4, L 10/31 Connecticut.................................................... 4–2, W 11/7 Sacred Heart................................................... 5–4, W 11/8 Sacred Heart................................................... 4–2, W 11/21 at Army.....................................................2–2, T (OT) 11/22 at Connecticut.........................................1–1, T (OT) 11/28 at Merrimack....................................................1–4, L 11/29 at Merrimack.................................................. 3–2, W 12/5 Mercyhurst...................................................... 5–2, W 1/2 at Providence....................................................1–7, L 1/6 at Ohio State.....................................................0–1, L 1/9 at Canisius........................................................0–3, L 1/10 at Canisius........................................................2–4, L 1/17 Holy Cross ...................................................... 4–1, W 1/23 at Army............................................................ 2–0, W 1/24 Army................................................................ 3–0, W 1/30 at Mercyhurst...................................................1–5, L 1/31 at Mercyhurst..........................................4–4, T (OT) 2/6 Canisius........................................................... 3–2, W 2/7 at AIC................................................................2–4, L 2/10 AIC............................................................1–1, T (OT) 2/13 Bentley...............................................................2–3, L 2/14 at Bentley..........................................................2–3, L 2/20 at AIC.............................................................. 6–1, W 2/21 Connecticut.............................................2–2, T (OT) 2/27 Bentley............................................................. 2–1, W 2/28 Holy Cross................................................3–3, T (OT) 3/2 at Sacred Heart.............................................. 5–2, W 3/5 at Holy Cross.................................................. 2–1, W 3/13 vs. Canisius (Atlantic Hockey Quarters).0–1, L (OT)

2002–03 (22–13–1, 18–7–1 MAAC) MAAC Tournament Finalist Head Coach: Rand Pecknold 10/8 at Holy Cross.................................................. 6–1, W 10/11 Lake Superior St...............................................1–2, L 10/12 New Brunswick................................................2–2, T 10/18 Bentley............................................................. 3–1, W 10/19 AIC................................................................... 9–2, W 10/25 at Canisius...................................................... 6–3, W 10/26 at Mercyhurst...................................................3–3, T 11/1 at Connecticut................................................ 7–4, W 11/5 Army................................................................ 4–2, W 11/8 at AIC.............................................................. 9–3, W 11/15 at Fairfield....................................................... 5–3, W 11/16 AIC................................................................... 8–2, W 11/22 at Army..............................................................1–3, L 11/23 at Northeastern................................................1–2, L 11/26 at Maine............................................................1–2, L 12/3 at Bentley........................................................ 2–1, W 1/3 Canisius........................................................... 2–0, W 1/4 Canisius...................................................4–3, W (OT) 1/10 at Iona......................................................2–1, W (OT) 1/11 Iona.................................................................. 7–4, W 1/17 Mercyhurst........................................................1–5, L 1/18 Mercyhurst........................................................1–2, L 1/25 Fairfield............................................................ 4–3, W 1/31 at Sacred Heart................................................1–4, L 2/1 Sacred Heart................................................... 5–3, W 2/8 Bentley............................................................. 5–1, W 2/14 at Air Force.......................................................4–5, L 2/15 at Air Force.......................................................2–6, L 2/20 at Holy Cross....................................................4–6, L 2/22 Holy Cross...............................................4–3, W (OT) 2/28 at Connecticut..................................................4–5, L

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Connecticut.................................................... 4–3, W at AIC................................................................3–4, L Army................................................................ 7–0, W vs. Canisius (MAAC Tournament Quarters).................... 3–2, W vs. Holy Cross (MAAC Tournament Semis)......................... 3–0, W vs. Mercyhurst (MAAC Tournament Finals)...........................3–4, L

2001–02 (20–13–5, 15–6–5 MAAC) MAAC Tournament Champion NCAA Division I Tournament Head Coach: Rand Pecknold 10/13 Iona....................................................................1–3, L 10/19 Bentley............................................................. 5–2, W 10/20 AIC................................................................... 5–1, W 10/26 at Army............................................................ 5–2, W 10/27 Iona....................................................................2–4, L 11/2 at Fairfield.........................................................3–5, L 11/3 Sacred Heart................................................... 4–2, W 11/9 Connecticut.................................................... 5–0, W 11/16 at Iona.............................................................. 5–1, W 11/18 at Maine............................................................0–9, L 11/25 at Connecticut..................................................2–3, L 11/30 Mercyhurst........................................................3–3, T 12/1 Canisius........................................................... 3–1, W 12/7 at Providence....................................................2–5, L 12/28 at RPI......................................................4–5, L (2OT) 12/29 vs. Niagara........................................................6–7, L 1/4 at Michigan State............................................1–4, L 1/5 at Michigan State............................................1–3, L 1/11 AIC................................................................... 3–0, W 1/12 at AIC.............................................................. 4–2, W 1/18 Army................................................................ 4–2, W 1/19 at Army..............................................................2–4, L 1/25 at Bentley................................................2–1, W (OT) 1/26 Bentley............................................................. 7–0, W 2/1 Sacred Heart................................................... 4–3, W 2/2 at Sacred Heart........................................1–1, T(OT) 2/8 Holy Cross.........................................................3–3, T 2/9 at Holy Cross....................................................2–2, T 2/15 at Canisius...................................................... 4–3, W 2/16 at Mercyhurst...................................................2–4, L 2/22 at Fairfield....................................................... 6–3, W 2/23 Fairfield..............................................................2–2, T 2/26 Bentley............................................................. 5–2, W 3/1 Connecticut.................................................... 6–2, W 3/9 vs. Iona (MAAC Tournament Quarters)..........7–6, W (2OT) 3/14 vs. Sacred Heart (MAAC Tournament Semis)......................... 3–2, W 3/16 vs. Mercyhurst (MAAC Tournament Finals)......................... 6–4, W 3/23 vs. Cornell (NCAA Tournament First Round)..................1–6, L

2000–01 (22–11–4, 17–7–4 MAAC) MAAC Tournament Finalist Head Coach: Rand Pecknold 10/13 10/14 10/20 10/21 10/27 10/28 11/3 11/4 11/10 11/11 11/17 11/19 11/21 12/2 12/3 12/9 1/6 1/9 1/12 1/16 1/19 1/23 1/26 1/27 2/2

at Iona................................................................5–5, T Iona.................................................................. 4–1, W Bentley............................................................. 6–1, W Air Force.......................................................... 3–2, W Army................................................................ 4–1, W AIC................................................................. 10–3, W at St. Lawrence.......................................1–1, T (OT) at Clarkson........................................................2–4, L Sacred Heart................................................... 4–1, W at Fairfield..................................................... 10–0, W at Sacred Heart.............................................. 4–2, W at Fairfield.........................................................0–1, L at Holy Cross.................................................. 5–1, W at RPI.................................................................3–6, L at Union........................................................... 3–2, W at Minnesota...................................................2–11, L at Cornell...................................................2–2, T(OT) Holy Cross....................................................... 6–5, W Mercyhurst........................................................0–6, L at Canisius........................................................2–4, L Bentley............................................................. 7–3, W at Army.....................................................1–2, L (OT) AIC.....................................................................3–4, L Connecticut......................................................2–4, L Canisius........................................................... 7–2, W

2/3 2/9 2/10 2/16 2/17 2/20 2/24 3/2 3/3 3/9 3/15 3/17

Mercyhurst...................................................... 4–1, W at Sacred Heart.......................................3–3, T (OT) at Fairfield....................................................... 5–4, W at Canisius........................................................2–5, L at Mercyhurst................................................. 5–3, W at AIC.............................................................. 3–1, W at Connecticut................................................ 4–2, W at Bentley........................................................ 3–2, W Holy Cross....................................................... 4–1, W vs. Army (MAAC Tournament Quarters)............4–3, W (OT) vs. Iona (MAAC Tournament Semis).......... 4–1, W vs. Mercyhurst (MAAC Tournament Finals)...........................5–6, L

1999–2000 (27–6–3, 23–1–3 MAAC) MAAC Regular–Season Champion Head Coach: Rand Pecknold 10/15 vs. Niagara...............................................4–5, L (OT) 10/16 vs. RPI................................................................4–6, L 10/22 vs. Iona........................................ 7–7, T (2–0, L–SH) 10/23 Fairfield............................................................ 5–1, W 10/29 Sacred Heart................................................... 5–3, W 10/30 at Iona.............................................................. 6–4, W 11/5 at Canisius...................................................... 5–2, W 11/6 Mercyhurst........................................................4–6, L 11/12 Fairfield.......................................................... 11–2, W 11/13 Fairfield............................................................ 8–2, W 12/2 at Western New England............................. 7–3, W 12/5 at Sacred Heart......................................5–4, W (OT) 12/6 Villanova......................................................... 5–1, W 12/13 at Skidmore..............................................6–6, T (OT) 1/2 at Holy Cross&.................................................1–4, L 1/3 Norwich&..........................................................3–4, L 1/11 at Villanova................................................... 12–0, W 1/17 at Scranton.................................................... 16–1, W 1/23 at Fairfield...................................................... .4–2, W 1/28 Iona*................................................................ 6–2, W 2/1 Western New England................................ 11–2, W 2/4 Fairfield*.......................................................... 7–4, W 2/11 at Wentworth.................................................. 6–3, W 2/14 Sacred Heart .................................................. 9–1, W 2/15 Skidmore ........................................................ 4–2, W 2/20 at Army..............................................................4–8, L * – Quinnipiac Cup @New Haven Coliseum & – Holy Cross Tournament @Worcester, Mass.

1998–99 (26–6–2, 22–4–2 MAAC) MAAC Regular-Season Champion Head Coach: Rand Pecknold 10/23 10/24 10/30 10/31 11/6 11/7 11/13 11/14 11/20 11/21 12/4 12/5 1/8 1/12 1/15 1/16 1/23 1/24 1/29 1/30 2/2 2/5 2/6 2/12 2/13 2/16 2/19 2/20 2/25 2/27 3/5 3/6 3/13 3/19

Iona#............... ................................................5–1, W Bentley#............. ............................................7–4, W Canisius............... ............................................6–3, W Canisius ...................................................2–1, W(OT) Fairfield................ ............................................6–1, W at Fairfield................ .......................................5–1, W at Connecticut..................................................1–2, L Connecticut.............. ......................................8–3, W Sacred Heart .............. ....................................7–2, W at Sacred Heart ............. ................................7–1, W at Holy Cross.............. ....................................6–3, W Holy Cross............... ........................................3–2, W at Iona................ ..............................................3–1, W at Army................ ............................................3–2, W AIC............... ....................................................6–4, W at AIC................................................................4–5, L at Canisius................................................3–3, T(OT) at Canisius ...............................................3–3, T(OT) at Fairfield................. ......................................3–1, W Fairfield................ ..........................................10–0, W Sacred Heart............... ....................................6–1, W Connecticut......................................................0–1, L at Connecticut.............. ..................................4–1, W at Air Force.......................................................0–2, L at Air Force............... ......................................5–3, W at Sacred Heart ............. ................................8–5, W Holy Cross............... ........................................4–2, W at Holy Cross....................................................0–6, L at Iona .............. ..............................................6–2, W Iona................ ..................................................5–0, W at AIC ..... ........................................……5–4, W(OT) AIC............................................................5–4, W(OT) Fairfield (MAAC Qtfl)............ ......................13–2, W Canisius*...........................................................2–5, L

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1997–98 (19–3–1) Head Coach: Rand Pecknold 11/1 Johnson & Wales........................................... 9–1, W 11/7 at Iona.............................................................. 9–0, W 11/9 Bentley............................................................. 6–1, W 11/15 Wentworth...................................................... 9–0, W 11/16 Stonehill.......................................................... 7–1, W 11/22 Fairfield............................................................ 4–2, W 11/30 Scranton........................................................ 16–0, W 12/2 at Western New England............................. 7–3, W 12/5 at Sacred Heart......................................5–4, W (OT) 12/6 Villanova......................................................... 5–1, W 12/13 at Skidmore..............................................6–6, T (OT) 1/2 at Holy Cross&.................................................1–4, L 1/3 Norwich&..........................................................3–4, L 1/11 at Villanova................................................... 12–0, W 1/17 at Scranton.................................................... 16–1, W 1/23 at Fairfield....................................................... 4–2, W 1/28 Iona*................................................................ 6–2, W 2/1 Western New England................................ 11–2, W 2/4 Fairfield*.......................................................... 7–4, W 2/11 at Wentworth.................................................. 6–3, W 2/14 Sacred Heart................................................... 9–1, W 2/15 Skidmore......................................................... 4–2, W 2/20 at Army..............................................................4–8, L * — Quinnipiac Cup @New Haven Coliseum & — Holy Cross Tournament @Worcester, Mass.

1996–97 (13–12–2, 8–6–0 ECAC South) Head Coach: Rand Pecknold 11/2 at Scranton...................................................... 3–0, W 11/9 Saint Michael’s.................................................1–3, L 11/10 Bentley...............................................................2–5, L 11/17 Wentworth...................................................... 7–1, W 11/19 at Stonehill...................................................... 5–4, W 11/23 Tufts..........................................................4–4, T (OT) 11/24 Sacred Heart.....................................................1–3, L 11/26 at Skidmore.......................................................2–5, L 12/1 Scranton.......................................................... 4–3, W 12/3 at Western New England............................. 5–2, W 12/8 Villanova......................................................... 9–0, W 12/10 at UMass–Dartmouth......................................2–8, L 12/27 Worcester State*....................................3–2, W (OT) 12/28 Connecticut*....................................................0–5, L 1/11 at Saint Michael’s............................................1–5, L 1/14 at Iona.............................................................. 3–2, W 1/19 at Villanova..................................................... 9–2, W 1/30 at Worcester State.......................................... 3–2, W 2/2 WNEC.......................................................4–5, L (OT) 2/5 at Fairfield................................................2–3, L (OT) 2/9 Skidmore......................................................... 2–0, W 2/12 at Wentworth.................................................. 5–1, W 2/16 Fairfield.....................................................3–4, L (OT) 2/19 at Bentley.................................................1–1, T (OT) 2/21 at Army..............................................................1–6, L 2/23 Iona.................................................................. 2–1, W 3/1 at Sacred Heart................................................1–3, L * – Quinnipiac Cup @New Haven Coliseum

1995–96 (11–12–4, 6–3–3 ECAC South) Head Coach: Rand Pecknold 11/5 Bentley............................................................ .6–3, W 11/10 at Villanova...............................................2–2, T(OT) 11/12 Stonehill.......................................................... 4–3, W 11/18 at Tufts......................................................3–3, T(OT) 11/19 Western New England.................................. 4–0, W 11/26 Scranton.......................................................... 5–1, W 11/28 at Iona.............................................................. 7–4, W 12/3 Skidmore...................................................2–2, T(OT) 12/5 at Western New England...............................2–4, L 12/9 UMass–Dartmouth...........................................3–8, L 12/10 at Sacred Heart................................................2–7, L 1/9 at Connecticut College...................................2–5, L 1/13 at Worcester State............................................1–4, L 1/14 Fairfield............................................................ 3–2, W 1/17 at Saint Michael’s............................................1–4, L 1/21 Sacred Heart.............................................4–4, T(OT) 1/24 at Wentworth.................................................. 7–1, W 1/27 at Scranton...................................................... 7–1, W 1/30 at Army............................................................2–10, L 2/3 at Skidmore.......................................................3–4, L

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Villanova..................................................4–3, W(OT) at Fairfield.........................................................3–4, L Wentworth...................................................... 3–2, W at Bentley..........................................................2–5, L Worcester State........................................ 1–2, L(OT) Iona.................................................................. 6–4, W Saint Michael’s.................................................0–5, L

1994–95 (6–15–1, 5–8–1 ECAC South) Head Coach: Rand Pecknold 11/6 11/12 11/15 11/18 11/19 11/26 11/27 11/29 12/4 12/6 12/10 12/11 1/15 1/18 1/22 1/25 2/5 2/8 2/11 2/12 2/17 2/19

Bentley.............................................................3–12, L at Villanova.......................................................4–6, L at Stonehill...................................................... 9–5, W at Alabama–Huntsville...................................0–9, L at Alabama–Huntsville...................................1–9, L at Wesleyan..............................................4–4, T(OT) Wesleyan...........................................................0–6, L at Iona................................................................2–5, L Skidmore...........................................................2–6, L at Western New England...............................5–7, L at UMass–Dartmouth......................................2–3, L at Sacred Heart................................................3–5, L at Fairfield.........................................................3–7, L at Saint Michael’s..........................................1–12, L Sacred Heart............................................4–3, W(OT) at Wentworth.................................................. 7–5, W Villanova......................................................... 4–2, W at Fairfield.........................................................2–6, L Wentworth.................................................... 15–4, W at Bentley........................................................1–11, L at Skidmore.......................................................2–4, L Iona...........................................................3–2, W(OT)

1993–94 (6–18–0, 4–9–0 ECAC South) Head Coach: Jim Armstrong 11/10 11/13 11/19 11/20 11/27 11/28 11/30 12/4 12/5 12/11 12/12 1/13 1/14 1/16 1/23 1/26 1/30 2/6 2/9 2/11 2/12 2/19 2/20 2/27

at Bentley..........................................................1–5, L at Villanova..................................................... 4–2, W at Curry.......................................................... 12–2, W Fairfield..............................................................3–8, L at Wesleyan....................................................5–13, L Wesleyan......................................................... 7–5, W at Iona................................................................2–5, L Villanova...........................................................3–4, L Skidmore...........................................................4–7, L UMass–Dartmouth.........................................2–10, L at Sacred Heart ............................................. 7–5, W at SUNY–Potsdam...........................................0–6, L at SUNY–Potsdam...........................................2–4, L Fairfield............................................................ 6–5, W Sacred Heart.....................................................3–7, L at Wentworth.................................................. 6–3, W Western New England..................................3–10, L at Skidmore.......................................................3–9, L at Fairfield.........................................................4–9, L at Alabama–Huntsville.................................1–14, L at Alabama–Huntsville.................................0–15, L Assumption.....................................................2–14, L Iona....................................................................3–7, L Wentworth........................................................1–4, L

1992–93 (4–14–0, 3–8–0 ECAC South) Head Coach: Jim Armstrong 11/14 11/15 11/19 11/24 11/28 11/29 12/1 12/6 12/13 1/17 1/20 1/31 2/6 2/7 2/20 2/13 2/14 2/21

Villanova...........................................................2–5, L Wentworth.................................................... 12–4, W at WNEC ..........................................................4–7, L at Trinity..........................................................1–11, L at Wesleyan......................................................5–7, L Wesleyan......................................................... 4–3, W at Iona.............................................................. 7–5, W Skidmore...........................................................3–5, L Curry.............................................................. 12–6, W Fairfield..............................................................3–5, L at Assumption................................................1–10, L Bentley...............................................................3–8, L at Skidmore.......................................................3–7, L Villanova...........................................................5–6, L at Fairfield.........................................................5–8, L at Amherst......................................................4–11, L Saint Michael’s.................................................1–7, L Iona....................................................................4–7, L

1991–92 (5–18–1, 5–15–1 ECAC) Head Coach: Jim Armstrong 11/3 11/6 11/17 11/30 12/1 12/3 12/7 1/11 1/12 1/17 1/19 1/22 1/26 1/28 2/2 2/3 2/8 2/12 2/15 2/16 2/18 2/21 2/23 2/26

Roger Williams........................................3–3, T (OT) at Curry............................................................ 5–0, W Western New England.................................. 6–3, W at Trinity..........................................................5–13, L Wesleyan.........................................................1–10, L at Iona................................................................3–6, L at Stonehill........................................................2–9, L at Bentley..........................................................3–8, L Skidmore......................................................... 6–4, W at Saint Michael’s............................................2–7, L Fairfield............................................................ 8–4, W at UMass–Dartmouth....................................1–10, L St. John’s (N.Y.)................................................2–3, L at Conn. College....................................... 3–4, L(OT) Stonehill............................................................2–5, L at Roger Williams.............................................5–7, L at Skidmore.......................................................0–7, L at Fairfield.........................................................2–3, L at Connecticut................................................2–19, L Amherst.............................................................5–8, L at Western New England...............................4–7, L at St. John’s (N.Y.).........................................2–11, L Iona.................................................................. 4–3, W at Assumption..................................................2–7, L

1990–91 (3–19–2, 3–17–2 ECAC) Head Coach: Jim Armstrong 11/4 11/7 11/11 11/18 11/24 11/25 12/2 12/5 12/8 12/9 1/12 1/13 1/19 1/20 1/24 2/3 2/4 2/9 2/10 2/13 2/17 2/19 2/22 2/24

Roger Williams.................................................2–4, L at Curry..............................................................5–7, L Western New England....................................3–5, L Scranton.......................................................... 5–3, W at Wesleyan..............................................4–4, T(OT) Trinity................................................................1–7, L St. John’s (N.Y.)................................................1–7, L at Iona........................................................4–4, T(OT) at Stonehill........................................................3–5, L Skidmore...........................................................3–7, L at AIC..............................................................3–12, L Bentley...............................................................3–4, L at UMass–Dartmouth....................................0–13, L Fairfield..............................................................3–6, L at Amherst........................................................2–8, L Stonehill.......................................................... 7–4, W at Roger Williams.............................................4–6, L at Skidmore.......................................................2–4, L Connecticut College........................................2–7, L at Fairfield.........................................................2–5, L Connecticut....................................................2–14, L at Western New England...............................2–5, L at St. John’s (N.Y.).................................4–3, W (OT) Iona....................................................................3–5, L

1989–90 (8–13–0, 8–13–0 ECAC) Head Coach: Jim Armstrong 11/5 Roger Williams............................................... 6–3, W 11/12 WNEC.......................................................4–5, L (OT) 11/18 Saint Michael’s.................................................3–5, L 11/19 Bentley...................................................2–3, L (2 OT) 11/21 at Connecticut College................................. 8–7, W 11/25 at Trinity............................................................1–5, L 11/26 Wesleyan......................................................... 5–4, W 12/3 St. John’s (N.Y.).............................................. 6–4, W 12/5 at Iona................................................................1–6, L 12/9 at Stonehill........................................................4–5, L 12/10 Skidmore......................................................... 4–2, W 1/13 at Bentley................................................3–2, W (OT) 1/20 at UMass–Dartmouth......................................2–4, L 1/21 Fairfield..............................................................2–3, L 2/4 Stonehill............................................................5–9, L 2/5 at Roger Williams.............................................1–5, L 2/14 at Fairfield...................................................... .5–2, W 2/17 at Connecticut..................................................3–8, L 2/18 Iona....................................................................5–7, L 2/20 at Western New England...............................1–7, L 2/23 at St. John’s (N.Y.)......................................... 9–5, W


1988–89 (12–10–0, 12–9–0 ECAC) Head Coach: Jim Armstrong 11/13 11/19 11/20 11/26 11/27 12/3 12/6 12/10 1/11 1/12 1/15 1/21 1/22 1/28 1/29 2/5 2/6 2/12 2/15 2/19 2/24 2/26

Roger Williams.................................................6–7, L Saint Michael’s.................................................6–8, L St. John’s (N.Y.)............................................ 12–2, W Trinity..............................................................2–11, L at Wesleyan......................................................3–9, L at Scranton.................................................... 15–3, W at Iona................................................................4–7, L at Stonehill........................................................6–9, L at N.H. College............................................... 5–3, W at Saint Michael’s........................................ 11–6, W Bentley............................................................. 6–2, W at UMass–Dartmouth.................................... 9–5, W N.H. College.................................................... 9–6, W AIC.....................................................................4–5, L Fairfield............................................................ 5–4, W Stonehill........................................................ 10–2, W at Roger Williams......................................... 10–5, W Connecticut College........................................2–3, L at Fairfield....................................................... 7–1, W Iona...........................................................6–7, L (OT) at St. John’s (N.Y.)......................................... 8–1, W UMass–Dartmouth.........................................4–11, L

1987–88 (14–11–1, 14–10–1 ECAC) ECAC Tournament Semifinalist Head Coach: Jim Armstrong 11/8 11/14 11/15 11/18 11/21 11/22 11/28 11/29 12/2 12/6 12/8 12/12 1/10 1/13 1/17 1/20 1/23 1/24 1/30 1/31 2/8 2/14 2/16 2/21 2/24 2/27

UMass–Dartmouth...........................................2–4, L at Skidmore..................................................... 6–3, W Roger Williams.................................................2–7, L at AIC................................................................2–8, L Saint Michael’s.................................................2–3, L St. John’s (N.Y.).............................................. 3–1, W at Trinity............................................................2–3, L Wesleyan...........................................................2–5, L at Fairfield....................................................... 3–0, W Villanova......................................................... 7–3, W at Iona.......................................................4–3, W(OT) at Stonehill...................................................... 3–2, W Skidmore....................................................... 12–3, W at N.H. College.................................................3–5, L Stonehill.......................................................... 9–4, W at Connecticut College...................................0–6, L at UMass–Dartmouth......................................3–4, L N.H. College..............................................3–3, T(OT) at St. John’s (N.Y.)......................................... 8–1, W Fairfield............................................................ 6–1, W at Roger Williams........................................... 6–3, W Hawthorne College........................................ 8–4, W at Bentley..........................................................2–4, L Iona.................................................................. 8–3, W Skidmore......................................................... 6–1, W at Connecticut College...................................1–5, L

1986–87 (22–7–1, 19–4–1 ECAC) ECAC Tournament Finalist Head Coach: Jim Armstrong 10/31 11/1 11/9 11/15 11/16 11/22 11/23 11/29 11/30 12/3 12/7 12/9 12/13 12/14 1/11 1/13 1/14 1/18 1/21 1/24 1/25 2/1 2/7 2/8 2/15

at St. Bonaventure..................................6–5, W(OT) at SUNY–Brockport..........................................2–5, L UMass–Dartmouth.........................................2–10, L at Skidmore................................................... 10–3, W AIC...................................................................3–13, L Saint Michael’s............................................... 7–3, W St. John’s (N.Y.).............................................. 3–1, W at Wesleyan.............................................. 3–4, L(OT) Upsala............................................................ 13–3, W at Fairfield....................................................... 3–1, W Delaware......................................................... 9–5, W at Iona................................................................4–6, L at Stonehill...................................................... 5–3, W N.H. College.................................................... 6–4, W Skidmore......................................................... 7–4, W at Saint Michael’s.......................................... 6–4, W at N.H. College.........................................3–3, T(OT) Stonehill.......................................................... 6–4, W at Connecticut College................................. 4–2, W at UMass–Dartmouth......................................2–5, L Scranton........................................................ 15–1, W Fairfield............................................................ 5–1, W at St. John’s (N.Y.)......................................... 5–3, W at Upsala......................................................... 8–4, W Iona.................................................................. 6–4, W

2/16 2/21 2/22 3/1 3/4

at Hawthorne College................................... 6–5, W at Scranton.................................................... 20–2, W at Villanova................................................... 12–8, W Connecticut College ECAC Semis)............. 6–3, W at Trinity (ECAC Tournament Finals)...........5–7, L

1985–86 (18–8–1) ECAC Tournament Head Coach: Jim Armstrong 11/9 11/16 11/17 11/23 11/24 11/26 12/1 12/8 12/10 12/14 12/15 1/12 1/14 1/15 1/19 1/22 1/25 1/26 2/2 2/8 2/9 2/12 2/15 2/16 2/19 2/23 2/26

at UMass–Dartmouth....................................2–13, L at Skidmore..................................................... 7–2, W AIC.............................................................4–4, T(OT) Saint Michael’s............................................... 7–3, W St. John’s (N.Y.).......................................7–6, W(OT) at Wesleyan.................................................... 6–5, W Upsala.............................................................. 8–6, W Keene State................................................... 11–1, W at Iona................................................................4–5, L at Stonehill........................................................5–7, L N.H. College.................................................... 7–1, W Skidmore....................................................... 10–2, W at Saint Michael’s............................................2–8, L at N.H. College.................................................3–6, L Stonehill.......................................................... 6–3, W at Connecticut College...................................2–5, L at Keene State................................................ 6–3, W Lehigh............................................................ 14–3, W Fairfield............................................................ 7–2, W at St. John’s (N.Y.)......................................... 3–1, W Iona.................................................................. 6–4, W at Fairfield....................................................... 4–1, W at Upsala......................................................... 6–1, W Hawthorne College........................................ 8–2, W at AIC..............................................................1–10, L at Lehigh......................................................... 4–3, W St. John’s (N.Y.)................................................1–6, L

1984–85 (16–9–0) Head Coach: Jim Armstrong 11/10 11/11 11/18 11/25 12/2 12/8 12/9 12/13 12/15 1/10 1/12 1/18 1/20 1/26 1/27 2/3 2/7 2/10 2/13 2/16 2/17 2/20 1/31 2/3 2/6 2/7 2/14 2/19 2/20

at Upsala......................................................... 9–4, W Keene State..................................................... 4–3, W AIC...................................................................2–11, L St. John’s (N.Y.).......................................7–6, W(OT) Saint Michael’s............................................... 3–2, W Lehigh.......................................................... 13–10, W Fairfield.......................................................... 11–3, W at Wesleyan.................................................... 5–4, W at Stonehill...................................................... 5–3, W at Skidmore................................................... 12–3, W at Keene State ............................................... 6–3, W Rhode Island College.................................... 7–6, W N.H. College......................................................2–4, L at St. Michael’s.................................................2–6, L Conn. College..........................................2–3, L (OT) St. John’s (N.Y.)................................................4–5, L at Conn. College......................................5–4, W(OT) Iona....................................................................4–5, L at Fairfield.........................................................3–9, L Navy................................................................. 5–1, W Upsala.............................................................. 9–3, W at AIC................................................................3–8, L Plymouth State.................................................3–5, L at Connecticut College...................................3–4, L at St. John’s (N.Y.)......................................... 7–6, W Iona....................................................................3–8, L MIT...................................................................5–12, L at Plymouth State............................................2–4, L at N.H. College.................................................3–6, L

1983–84 (10–13–1) Head Coach: Jim Armstrong 11/13 11/15 11/19 11/27 11/29 12/3 12/7 12/11 1/12 1/14 1/15 1/18

Keene State............... ......................................7–3, W at Western New England............ .................4–3, W N.H. College ....................................................4–5, L St. John’s (N.Y.).............. ................................9–2, W at Wesleyan......................................................5–6, L at Stonehill .......................................................2–5, L at Fairfield.............. ....................................11–10, W Iona....................................................................3–7, L Skidmore ..................................................3–3, T(OT) at MIT ............... ..............................................6–3, W Fairfield ............................................................6–7, L at Saint Michael’s ...........................................1–9, L

1/19 1/22 1/25 1/29 2/5 2/8 2/11 2/12 2/14 2/18 2/19 2/25

at Keene State ............. ..................................3–0, W Stonehill ...........................................................2–5, L at Connecticut College ..................................3–6, L Villanova .............. ..........................................5–3, W MIT ................ ..................................................7–5, W Saint Michael’s ................................................2–4, L at St. John’s (N.Y.)............. ............................8–5, W Connecticut College ..................................... 6–5, W at Iona................................................................3–8, L Navy ..................................................................1–5, L Upsala ...............................................................5–7, L at N.H. College ................................................4–8, L

1982–83 (6–15–0) Head Coach: Jim Armstrong Upsala.............................................................. 5–4, W Western New England ........... ....................10–1, W. N. H. College ............. ....................................5–4, W St. John’s (N.Y.).............. ................................8–4, W Connecticut College .......................................6–9, L Wesleyan...........................................................2–3, L Stonehill ...........................................................2–4, L Saint Michael’s............................................... 4–1, W Fairfield..............................................................2–4, L Saint Michael’s ................................................5–8, L Iona....................................................................1–6, L St. John’s (N.Y.) ...............................................5–7, L MIT ....................................................................1–3, L Fairfield ............................................................2–7, L Stonehill.............. ............................................6–5, W Connecticut College .......................................1–5, L Plymouth State.............. ..................................3–9, L Upsala............... ................................................3–5, L MIT ....................................................................3–5, L Iona....................................................................3–4, L Plymouth State.............. ................................2–10, L N.H. College ..................................................4–15, L

1981–82 (10–14–0) Head Coach: Jim Armstrong 11/8 11/14 11/15 11/21 11/22 11/29 12/5 12/6 12/9 12/12 12/13 1/19 11/10 1/14 1/16 1/17 1/19 1/24 1/31 2/3 2/6 2/7 2/14 2/19 2/20

St. John’s (N.Y.).............. ..............................12–6, W at WNEC .............. ........................................10–8, W Connecticut College........... ..........................5–4, W at Upsala ..........................................................2–5, L N.H. College ....................................................5–8, L Hawthorne College............ ............................8–2, W at Stonehill .......................................................3–4, L Upsala ...............................................................4–8, L at Fairfield ........................................................2–4, L at Suffolk .............. ..........................................5–2, W Kean College .............. ....................................9–4, W Hawthorne College............ ............................6–5, W Wagner ............... ............................................9–2, W Kean College.............. ..................................12–5, W MIT ..................................................................3–11, L Fairfield ............................................................3–6, L at Iona................................................................3–8, L Stonehill ...........................................................2–5, L Plymouth State ................................................3–5, L at Connecticut College ..................................3–4, L at St. John’s (N.Y.)............. ............................7–6, W Iona....................................................................3–8, L MIT ..................................................................5–12, L at Plymouth State ...........................................2–4, L at N.H. College ................................................3–6, L

1980–81 (6–14–1) Head Coach: Jim Armstrong 11/15 at Ramapo.................................................5–5, T(OT) 11/16 Western New England.................................. 6–5, W 11/23 N.H. College.................................................... 7–3, W 11/30 St. John’s (N.Y.)................................................7–8, L 12/3 at Stonehill................................................ 2–8, L(OT) 12/7 Connecticut College........................................6–8, L 12/10 at Fairfield.........................................................3–5, L 1/11 Fairfield..............................................................3–6, L 1/15 at Suffolk University........................................5–8, L 1/16 Wesleyan...........................................................2–8, L 1/17 Hawthorne College........................................ 5–4, W 1/20 at Iona..............................................................3–10, L 1/24 at Bentley..........................................................3–8, L 1/25 Stonehill............................................................4–5, L 1/31 at St. John’s (N.Y.)......................................... 8–6, W

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2/1 2/4 2/8 2/12 2/12 2/15

Assumption.......................................................3–8, L at Conn. College......................................5–4, W(OT) Iona....................................................................2–5, L at Nichols..........................................................1–7, L Ramapo........................................................... 8–6, W at N.H. College.................................................5–6, L

1979–80 (5–13–1) Head Coach: Ralph O’Connor 11/17 11/25 12/1 12/2 12/8 12/9 12/12 12/15 12/16 1/13 1/15 1/20 1/27 2/3 2/7 2/10 2/14 2/17 2/22 2/24

Ramapo.............................................................4–5, L New Hampshire............................................. 5–4, W Stonehill............................................................6–9, L Connecticut College...................................... 8–4, W New Hampshire...............................................7–7, T Plymouth State.................................................3–7, L Fairfield............................................................0–13, L at Bentley........................................................1–11, L at Roger Williams........................................... 6–3, W Fairfield............................................................5–12, L Iona....................................................................3–5, L Hawthorne........................................................4–7, L Bentley.............................................................9–16, L at Assumption................................................5–12, L Connecticut College.................................... 10–5, W Iona....................................................................4–9, L Nichols............................................................. 8–7, W Ramapo.............................................................2–8, L Trinity................................................................2–8, L Stonehill............................................................3–9, L

1978–79 (4–16–0) Head Coach: Ralph O’Connor 11/19 11/26 12/4 12/8 12/9 1/14 1/16 1/18

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Hobart........................................................................... New Hampshire.......................................................... Trinity..............................................................4–14, L at Plymouth State............................................3–7, L at New Hampshire..................................................... Fairfield......................................................................... at Wesleyan....................................................2–17, L Fairfield at Middletown, Conn..................................

1/19 at Iona........................................................................... 1/21 Roger Williams............................................................ 1/28 Bentley............................................................. ............ 2/3 Trinity..............................................................2–18, L 2/4 Assumption.......................................................5–6, L 2/10 Ramapo........................................................................ 2/11 Iona............................................................................... 2/17 Bentley.......................................................................... 2/18 Ramapo........................................................................ 2/21 Stonehill..........................................................2–10, L 2/24 Roger Williams............................................................ 2/25 Stonehill............................................................4–6, L 2/28 Fairfield ............................................................1–6, L Results are not complete.

1977–78 (7–12–0) Head Coach: Jim Kennedy 11/30 12/2 12/3 12/7 1/15 1/17 1/19 1/22 1/27 1/29 2/2 2/5 2/13 2/12 2/15 2/19 2/23 2/24 2/27 3/1

at Bentley..........................................................1–6, L at Delaware..................................................... 7–2, W at Ramapo.........................................................3–7, L at Trinity............................................................3–8, L Fairfield............................................................5–12, L at Wesleyan....................................................1–12, L Fairfield..............................................................4–5, L Roger Williams............................................... 7–3, W at Iona..............................................................6–13, L Westfield State...............................................1–20, L at Assumption................................................ 7–5, W Bentley...............................................................7–9, L Trinity..............................................................1–12, L Iona....................................................................7–8, L at Wagner........................................................ 8–5, W Ramapo........................................................... 5–2, W at Roger Williams......................................... 11–6, W at Southern Connecticut............................. 10–3, W Southern Connecticut................................... 5–4, W at Fairfield.........................................................2–6, L

1976–77 (3–15–1) Head Coach: Jim Kennedy 12/1 12/3 12/5 12/10 12/12 1/16 1/23 1/24 1/29 1/30 2/3 2/5 2/6 2/8 2/12 2/14 2/18 2/27 3/6

at Bentley........................................................2–13, L at Worcester State............................................1–7, L New Haven.....................................................0–14, L at Roger Williams.............................................6–8, L at Iona..............................................................2–10, L Fairfield............................................................4–15, L Connecticut College.................................... 16–5, W at Bryant .........................................................5–19, L at Westfield State...........................................4–19, L Wagner............................................................ 6–3, W at Conn. College.......................................6–6, T(OT) at Trinity..........................................................2–13, L Roger Williams............................................... 9–4, W at New Haven................................................5–14, L at Fairfield.......................................................3–16, L Trinity..............................................................6–12, L at Delaware.....................................................8–11, L Iona....................................................................7–9, L Delaware.........................................................5–15, L

1975–76 (8–5–0) Head Coach: Jim Kennedy 12/1 12/7 12/10 12/13 1/18 1/25 2/1 2/7 2/8 2/15 2/22 2/29 3/3

at Central Connecticut.................................. 7–5, W Wagner..............................................................2–4, L at Roger Williams...........................................5–16, L at Bridgeport ................................................ 12–0, W Rockland C.C. ..................................................6–8, L Connecticut College...................................... 8–4, W Coast Guard.................................................. 13–1, W Bridgeport........................................................ 8–3, W Central Connecticut...................................... 3–2, W Roger Williams............................................... 6–5, W Queens (N.Y.) ...................................................3–4, L at Connecticut College ..................................5–6, L at Ramapo....................................................... 6–3, W


>> YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

>> ALL–TIME CAPTAINS

Year Head Coach Record Goals For Goals Against Shutouts 1975–76 Jim Kennedy 8–5–0 84 (6.46) 61 (4.69) 1 1976–77 Jim Kennedy 3–15–1 97 (5.11) 213 (11.21) 0 1977–78 Jim Kennedy 7–12–0 101 (5.32) 148 (7.79) 0 1978–79 Jim Kennedy 4–16–0 n/a n/a n/a 1979–80 Ralph O’Connor 5–13–1 95 (5.00) 161 (8.47) 0 1980–81 Jim Armstrong 6–14–1 93 (4.43) 133 (6.33) 0 1981–82 Jim Armstrong 10–14–0 129 (5.70) 142 (5.92) 0 1982–83 Jim Armstrong 6–15–0 83 (3.95) 123 (5.86) 0 1983–84 Jim Armstrong 10–13–1 110 (4.58) 127 (5.29) 1 1984–85 Jim Armstrong 16–9–0 146 (5.84) 123 (4.92) 0 1985–86 Jim Armstrong 18–8–1 151 (5.59) 113 (4.19) 0 1986–87 Jim Armstrong 22–7–1 185 (6.17) 126 (4.20) 0 1987–88 Jim Armstrong 14–11–1 113 (4.35) 90 (3.46) 1 1988–89 Jim Armstrong 12–10–0 150 (6.82) 117 (5.32) 0 1989–90 Jim Armstrong 8–13–0 80 (3.81) 101 (4.81) 0 1990–91 Jim Armstrong 3–19–2 70 (2.92) 149 (6.21) 0 1991–92 Jim Armstrong 5–18–1 81 (3.38) 164 (6.83) 1 1992–93 Jim Armstrong 4–14–0 79 (4.39) 122 (6.78) 0 1993–94 Jim Armstrong 6–18–0 85 (3.54) 173 (7.21) 0 1994–95 Rand Pecknold 6–15–1 77 (3.50) 133 (6.05) 0 1995–96 Rand Pecknold 11–12–4 88 (3.26) 98 (3.63) 1 1996–97 Rand Pecknold 13–12–2 85 (3.15) 79 (2.93) 3 1997–98 Rand Pecknold 19–3–1 166 (7.22) 52 (2.26) 4 1998–99 Rand Pecknold ^ 26–6–2 161 (4.74) 81 (2.38) 2 1999–2000 Rand Pecknold 27–6–3 195 (5.42) 95 (2.64) 2 2000–01 Rand Pecknold 22–11–4 195 (5.27) 106 (2.86) 2 2001–02 Rand Pecknold 20–13–5 129 (3.39) 110 (2.89) 3 2002–03 Rand Pecknold 22–13–1 139 (3.86) 98 (2.72) 3 2003–04 Rand Pecknold 15–14–6 87 (2.49) 87 (2.49) 2 2004–05 Rand Pecknold 21–13–3 120 (3.24) 102 (2.76) 3 2005–06 Rand Pecknold 20–18–1 130 (3.33) 110 (2.82) 4 2006–07 Rand Pecknold 21–14–5 140 (3.50) 106 (2.65) 4 2007–08 Rand Pecknold 20–15–4 120 (3.08) 118 (3.03) 4 2008–09 Rand Pecknold 18–18–3 124 (3.20) 110 (2.80) 2 2009–10 Rand Peckhold 20–18–2 123 (3.08) 114 (2.85) 2 35 years 468–445–57 44 ^ First year on the NCAA Division I level

ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS Name Rand Pecknold* Jim Armstrong Jim Kennedy Ralph O’Connor Totals

Record 301–201–47 140–183–8 22–48–1 5–13–1 468–445–57

Winning Percentage .596 .435 .316 .289 .511

Years Coached 16 Years (1994–2010) 14 Years (1980–1994) 4 Years (1975–1979) 1 Year (1979–80) 35 Years (1975–2010)

Rand Pecknold is the only Quinnipiac head coach on both the Division I and Division II levels. Below is his coaching breakdown, spanning his Division I & II career: Rand Pecknold’s Division II Record (1994–1998) Rand Pecknold’s Division I Record (1998–2008) Total Division All-Time Won-Loss Records Quinnipiac Division II (1975–1998) Quinnipiac Division I (1998–2010)

49–42–8 (.535) 232–141–37 (.611) 301–201–47 (.596)

216–286–18 (.433) 252–159–39 (.611)

1975–76: John Kearney, Cliff Pollack, Mike Canal 1976–77: Mike McKeon, Paul Comins 1977–78: Mike McKeon, Brian Weyel, Larry Arlen 1978–79: Mike McKeon, Brian Weyel, Larry Arlen 1979–80: Brian Weyel, Larry Arlen 1980–81: Pete Torgerson, Bill Verneris, Gene Baldino 1981–82: Rich Conte, Joe Quaranto, Ed Gorman 1982–83: Rich Conte, Joe Quaranto 1983–84: Michael Barrett, Dave Antonelli, Rich Conte 1984–85: Michael Barrett, Dave Jensen, Lou Pane 1985–86: Dave Jensen, Brian MacGregor, Ed Muzyka 1986–87: Angel Robles, Rick Ciardiello, Dave Jensen 1987–88: George Sweeney, Bob Serenson, George Hines 1988–89: Todd Johnson, Rob Celentano, Mike Johnson 1989–90: Rob Celotto, Chris Baldino, Mike Johnson 1990–91: Bill Cunetta, Rob Potter 1991–92: Mark Witkowski, David Tucker 1992–93: Shawn Norton, Rick Healy 1993–94: Shawn Norton, Mike Gillum, Bob Lucarelli 1994–95: Dennis Mastriano, Bob Lucarelli, Mark Riendeau 1995–96: Ken Dusebout, Scott Pollak, Craig Funaro, Jon Mattison 1996–97: Justin Nolan, Scott Robson, Keith Glushek 1997–98: Justin Nolan, Scott Robson, Matt Goodrich, Eric Slack 1998–99: Eric Slack, Matt Goodrich, Kris Cumming 1999–2000: Shawn Mansoff, Kris Cumming, Anthony DiPalma 2000–01: Shawn Mansoff, Chris Cerrella, Anthony DiPalma, Ryan Olson 2001–02: Neil Breen, Ryan Olson, Todd Bennett 2002–03: Matt Erhart, Dan Ennis 2003–04: Mark Hallam, Matt Craig, Tom Watkins 2004–05: Ty Deinema, Craig Falite, Tom Watkins 2005–06: Ty Deinema, John Kelly, Reid Cashman, Joe Dumais 2006–07: Reid Cashman, Michael Bordieri, Jamie Bates 2007–08: Jamie Bates, Dan Henningson, Matt Sorteberg, Andrew Meyer 2008–09: Dan Henningson, Matt Sorteberg, Andrew Meyer, Jean- Marc Beaudoin, Mark Nelson 2009–10: Jean-Marc Beaudoin, Mike Atkinson, Brandon Wong * Team captains listed first, followed by assistant captains.

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>> ALL–TIME TEAM RECORDS First varsity season 1975–76 Overall record 448–427–55 (.511) First victory Dec. 1, 1975 at Central Connecticut, 7–5 Wins (season) 27, 1999–2000 Losses (season) 19, 1990–91 Consecutive wins 10 – Nov. 11, 1997 to Dec. 6, 1997 Consecutive losses 11 – Jan. 22, 1992 to Feb. 21, 1992 Goals scored (game) 20 – Feb. 21, 1987 at Scranton Goals scored (season) 195, 1999–2000 Goals allowed (game) 20, Jan. 29, 1978 vs. Westfield State Fewest goals allowed (season) 52, 1997–98 DIVISION I TEAM RECORDS First Division I varsity season Overall Division I record First Division I game Wins (season) Losses (season) Consecutive wins Consecutive losses Goals scored (game) Goals scored (season) Goals allowed (game) Fewest goals allowed (season)

1998–99 252–159–39 (.601 – 12 Seasons) Oct. 23, 1998 vs. Iona, W, 5–1 27, 1999–2000 18, 2005–06, 2008–09 8 – five times (11/6/09–11/28/09) 7 – Dec. 29, 2009 to Jan. 22, 2010 11 – Nov. 12, 1999, vs. Fairfield 195, 1999–2000 11, March 15, 2008, vs. Harvard 81, 1998–99

POST–SEASON APPEARANCES (14) 1986 ECAC Tournament 1987 ECAC Tournament Finalists 1988 ECAC Tournament Semifinalists 1999 MAAC Regular-Season Champions, MAAC Tournament Semifinalists 2000 MAAC Regular-Season Champions, MAAC Tournament 2001 MAAC Tournament Finalists 2002 MAAC Tournament Champions, NCAA Division I Tournament 2003 MAAC Tournament Finalists 2004 Atlantic Hockey Tournament 2005 Atlantic Hockey Tournament Finalists 2006 ECAC Hockey League Tournament Quarterfinalists 2007 ECAC Hockey League Tournament Finalists 2008 ECAC Hockey Tournament Quarterfinalists 2009 ECAC Hockey Tournament Quarterfinalists 2010 ECAC Hockey Tournament Quarterfinalists

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>> ALL–TIME INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Goals Game: 6 Zac Gross vs. Scranton Richard Buckholz at Scranton Season: 33 Todd Johnson Career: 99 Chris Cerrella Assists Game: 6 Jed Holtzman vs. Fairfield Season: 42 Todd Johnson Career: 125 Reid Cashman Points Game: 8 Richard Buckholz, vs. Lehigh Season: 75 Todd Johnson Career: 205 Chris Cerrella Goaltender Saves Game: 73 Dan Clarke at Union Season: 899 Jamie Holden Career: 2,879 Jamie Holden Save Percentage Season: .932 Jamie Holden Career: .921 Jamie Holden Goals–Against Average Season: 2.32 Jamie Holden Career: 2.49 Jamie Holden Freshman Records Goals: 32 Chris Cerrella Assists: 34 Chris Cerrella Points: 66 Chris Cerrella

11/30/97 2/21/87 1986–87 1997–2001 3/13/99 1986–87 2003–07 1/28/86 1986–87 1997–2001 3/5/2010 2004–05 2001–05 2003–04 2001–05 2003–04 2001–05 1997–98 1997–98 1997–98

>>DIVISION I INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Goals Game: 4 Chris Cerrella vs. Sacred Heart Season: 29 Shawn Mansoff Career: 73 David Marshall Assists Game: 6 Jed Holtzman vs. Fairfield Season: 47 Bryan Leitch Career: 125 Reid Cashman Points Game: 5 Matt Erhart vs. Bentley Matt Craig vs. AIC Bryan Leitch vs. Brown Ben Nelson vs. Harvard Season: 59 Bryan Leitch Career: 169 Brian Herbert Bryan Leitch Goaltender Saves Game: 73 Dan Clarke vs. Union Season: 899 Jamie Holden Career: 2879 Jamie Holden Save Percentage Season: .932 Jamie Holden Career: .921 Jamie Holden Goals-Against Average Season: 2.32 Jamie Holden Career: 2.49 Jamie Holden Freshman Records Goals: 27 Brandon Wong Assists: 32 Brian Herbert Points: 45 Bryan Leitch

1/14/98 1999–2000 2005–09 3/13/99 2008–09 2003–07 3/3/00 10/19/02 3/7/08 3/15/08 2005–09 1999–2003 2005–09 3/6/10 2004–05 2001–05 2003–04 2001–05 2003–04 2001–05 2006–07 1999–2000 2005–06


>> ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL SEASON AND CAREER RECORDS GOALS – SEASON 1. 33 Todd Johnson, 1986–87 2. 32 Chris Cerrella, 1997–98 3. 31 Richard Buckholz, 1986–87 4. 29 Shawn Mansoff, 1999–2000 5. 28 Chris Cerrella, 1999–2000 6. 27 Brandon Wong, 2006–07 T7. 23 Bill Veneris, 1979–80 Michael Barrett, 1984–85 Matt Goodrich, 1996–97 T10. 22 Jim Hanscom, 1978–79 Rich Qualter, 1987–88 Rob Celotto, 1988–89 Brian Herbert, 1999–2000 David Marshall, 2005–06 David Marshall, 2008–09 T16. 21 Jim Hanscom, 1979–80 Todd Johnson, 1985–86 Richard Buckholz, 1985–86 Chris Cerrella, 2000–01 Ryan Olson, 2001–02 Matt Froehlich, 2002–03 Jamie Bates, 2005–06 ASSISTS – SEASON T1. 42 Bryan Leitch, 2008-09 42 Todd Johnson, 1986–87 3. 38 Reid Cashman, 2006–07 T4. 36 Jed Holtzman, 1998–99 Reid Cashman, 2005–06 T6. 34 Rick Ciardiello, 1986–87 Chris Cerrella, 1997–98 T8. 32 George Hines , 1986–87 Brian Herbert, 1999–2000 Reid Cashman, 2004–05 11. 31 Bryan Leitch, 2005–06 T12. 30 Jim Hanscom, 1976–77 Chad Poliquin, 1998–99 T14. 29 Brian Herbert, 2001–02 Brian Herbert, 2002–03 16. 28 Jim Hanscom, 1979–80 T17. 27 Shawn Mansoff, 1999–2000 Chris Cerrella, 2000–01 T19. 26 Ed Muzyka, 1985–86 Neil Breen, 1998–99 POINTS – SEASON 1. 75 Todd Johnson, 1986–87 2. 66 Chris Cerrella, 1997–98 3. 59 Bryan Leitch, 2008-09 4. 56 Shawn Mansoff, 1999–2000 5. 55 Rick Ciardiello, 1986–87 6. 54 Brian Herbert, 1999–2000 7. 52 Chris Cerrella, 1999–2000 8. 50 Jim Hanscom, 1976–77 9. 49 Jim Hanscom, 1979–80 10. 48 Chris Cerrella, 2000–01 11. 47 Chad Poliquin, 1998–99 T12. 46 Ryan Olson, 2001–02 46 David Marshall, 2008-09 T14. 45 Bill Veneris, 1979–80 Todd Johnson, 1985–86 Rob Celotto, 1988–89 Reid Cashman, 2004–05 Bryan Leitch, 2005–06 19. 44 Brandon Wong, 2006–07

T20. 43 Jed Holtzman, 1998–99 Brian Herbert, 2001–02 22. 42 Todd Johnson, 1987–88 T23. 41 Neil Breen, 1998–99 Matt Craig, 2002–03 Jamie Bates, 2005–06 Reid Cashman, 2005–06 Reid Cashman, 2006–07 Brandon Wong, 2009–10 GOALS – CAREER 1. 99 Chris Cerrella ’01 2. 92 Bill Veneris ’82 3. 91 Todd Johnson ’89 4. 83 Jim Hanscom ’80 5. 76 Richard Buckholz ’87 6. 73 David Marshall ‘09 7. 68 Brandon Wong ’10 8. 66 Ben Nelson ‘08 9. 62 Michael Barrett ’85 10. 61 Rick Ciardiello ’87 11. 60 Matt Craig ’05 12. 58 Ryan Olson ’02 13. 56 Brian Herbert ’03 14 53 Bryan Leitch ‘09 15. 52 Jamie Bates ‘08 16. 51 Pete Torgerson ’81 17. 49 Rob Celotto ’90 Matt Froehlich ’05 Brandon Wong ‘10 T20. 48 Matt Goodrich ’99 Shawn Mansoff ’01 T22. 47 Ryan Morton ’04 Eric Lampe ’10 24. 46 Neil Breen ’02 T25. 44 Jed Holtzman ’01 Terry Harris ’01 28. 43 Bob Lucarelli ’95 29. 42 Chris White ’05 ASSISTS – CAREER 1. 125 Reid Cashman ’07 2. 116 Bryan Leitch ‘09 3. 113 Brian Herbert ’03 4. 111 Todd Johnson ’89 5. 109 Jim Hanscom ’80 6. 106 Chris Cerrella ’01 7. 97 Rick Ciardiello ’87 8. 94 Bill Verneris ’82 T9. 89 Jed Holtzman ’01 Matt Erhart ’03 11. 88 George Hines ’88 12. 82 Ken Mello ’81 13. 79 Russ Certo ’82 14. 77 Jamie Bates ‘08 15. 76 Ryan Olson ’02 16. 75 Brandon Wong’10 17. 72 Matt Craig ’05 18. 71 Chad Poliquin ’01 T19. 70 David Jensen ’87 Dan Ennis ’03 21. 69 Bryan Leitch ‘09 22. 68 Ben Nelson ‘08 23. 66 Ed Muzyka ’86 T24. 64 Neil Breen ’02 Michael Barrett ’85

26. 63 Kevin Pendergast ’87 27. 62 Terry Harris ’01 POINTS – CAREER 1. 205 Chris Cerrella ’01 2. 202 Todd Johnson ’89 3. 192 Jim Hanscom ’80 4. 186 Bill Verneris ’82 5. 169 Brian Herbert ’03 169 Bryan Leitch ‘09 7. 158 Rick Ciardiello ’87 8. 148 Reid Cashman ’07 9. 143 Brandon Wong ’10 T10. 134 Ryan Olson ’02 Ben Nelson ‘08 T12. 133 Jed Holtzman ’01 Matt Craig ’05 14. 129 Jamie Bates ‘08 15 127 David Marshall ‘09 T16. 126 Richard Buckholz ’87 Michael Barrett ’85 18. 123 Ken Mello ’81 19. 116 George Hines ’88 20. 112 David Jensen ’87 21. 111 Russ Certo ’82 22. 110 Neil Breen ’02 23. 110 Bryan Leitch ‘09 24. 106 Terry Harris ’01 25. 105 Chad Poliquin ’01 T26. 104 Ed Muzyka ’86 Pete Torgerson ’81 Matt Erhart ’03 29. 103 Kevin Pendergast ’87 30. 102 Brandon Wong ‘10 T31. 101 Chris White ’05 Jean-Marc Baeudoin ’10 Eric Lampe ’10 DEFENSEMAN POINTS–CAREER 1. 148 Reid Cashman ‘07 T2. 104 Ed Muzyka’86 Matt Erhar ’03 4. 99 Dan Ennis ‘03 5. 82 Anthony DiPalma ‘01 6. 74 Kris Cumming ‘00 7. 62 Matt Sorteberg ‘09 8. 67 Dan Henningson ‘09 9. 63 Wade Winkler ‘03 10. 54 Jason Rothfuss ‘99 11. 52 Zach Hansen’11 DEFENSEMAN GOALS–CAREER 1. 38 Ed Muzyka ‘86 2. 30 Anthony DiPalma ‘01 3. 28 Dan Ennis ‘03 4. 23 Reid Cashman ‘07 5. 22 Wade Winkler ‘03 DEFENSEMAN ASSISTS–CAREER 1. 125 Reid Cashman ‘07 2. 89 Matt Erhart ‘03 3. 71 Dan Ennis ‘03 4. 66 Ed Muzyka ‘86 5. 55 Dan Henningson ‘09 6. 53 Kris Cumming ‘00 7. 52 Anthony DiPalma ‘01

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>> DIVISION I SEASON AND CAREER RECORDS GOALS – SEASON 1. 29 Shawn Mansoff, 1999–2000 2. 28 Chris Cerrella, 1999–2000 3. 27 Brandon Wong, 2006–07 4. 22 David Marshall, 2005–06 22 David Marshall, 2008–09 T6. 21 Chris Cerrella, 2000–01 Ryan Olson, 2001–02 Matt Froehlich, 2002–03 Jamie Bates, 2005–06 ASSISTS – SEASON 1. 47 Bryan Leitch, 2008–09 2. 38 Reid Cashman, 2006–07 T3. 36 Jed Holtzman, 1998–99 Reid Cashman, 2005–06 T5. 32 Brian Herbert, 1999–2000 Reid Cashman, 2004–05 7. 31 Bryan Leitch, 2005–06 8. 30 Chad Poliquin, 1998–99 T9. 29 Brian Herbert, 2001–02 Brian Herbert, 2002–03 T11. 27 Shawn Mansoff, 1999–2000 Chris Cerrella, 2000–01 13. 26 Neil Breen, 1998–99 POINTS – SEASON 1. 59 Bryan Leitch, 2008-9 2. 56 Shawn Mansoff, 1999–2000 3. 54 Brian Herbert, 1999–2000 4. 52 Chris Cerrella, 1999–2000 5. 48 Chris Cerrella, 2000–01 6. 47 Chad Poliquin, 1998–99 T7. 46 Ryan Olson, 2001–02 46 David Marshall, 2008-09 T9. 45 Reid Cashman, 2004–05 Bryan Leitch, 2005–06 10. 44 Brandon Wong, 2006–07 T11. 43 Jed Holtzman, 1998–99 Brian Herbert, 2001–02 T13. 41 Neil Breen, 1998–99 Matt Craig, 2002–03 Jamie Bates, 2005–06 Reid Cashman, 2005–06 Reid Cashman, 2006–07 GOALS – CAREER 1. 73 David Marshall ’09 2. 67 Chris Cerrella ’01* 3. 68 Brandon Wong ’10 4. 66 Ben Nelson ’08 5. 60 Matt Craig ’05 6. 58 Ryan Olson ’02 7. 56 Brian Herbert ’03 8. 53 Bryan Leitch ‘09 9. 52 Jamie Bates ’08 10. 49 Matt Froehlich ’05 T11. 48 Matt Goodrich ’99 Shawn Mansoff ’01 T13. 47 Ryan Morton ’04 Eric Lampe ’10 15. 46 Neil Breen ’02 T16. 44 Jed Holtzman ’01 Terry Harris ’01 Jean-Marc Baeudoin ’10 19 . 42 Chris White ’05 20 . 41 Bryan Leitch ’09

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ASSISTS – CAREER 1. 125 Reid Cashman ’07 2. 116 Bryan Leitch ‘09 3. 113 Brian Herbert ’03 T4. 89 Jed Holtzman ’01 Matt Erhart ’03 6. 77 Jamie Bates ’08 7. 76 Ryan Olson ’02 T8. 72 Matt Craig ’05 72 Chris Cerrella ’01* 10. 71 Chad Poliquin ’01 11. 70 Dan Ennis ’03 12. 68 Ben Nelson ’08 13. 64 Neil Breen ’02 14. 62 Terry Harris ’01 POINTS – CAREER T1. 169 Brian Herbert ’03 169 Bryan Leitch ‘09 3. 149* Chris Cerella ’01 4. 148 Reid Cashman ’07 5. 143 Brandon Wong ’10 T6. 134 Ryan Olson ’02 Ben Nelson ’08 T8. 133 Jed Holtzman ’01 Matt Craig ’05 10. 129 Jamie Bates ’08 11. 127 David Marshall ‘09 12. 110 Neil Breen ’02 13. 106 Terry Harris ’01 14. 105 Chad Poliquin ’01 15. 104 Matt Erhart ’03 16. 102 Eric Lampe ‘10 T17. 101 Chris White ’05 Jean-Marc Beaudoin ’10 *Chris Cerrella’s career totals include his final three seasons at Quinnipiac at the Division I level. His freshman year, 1997–98, Cerrella played on the Division II level. DEFENSEMAN POINTS—CAREER 1. 148 Reid Cashman ’07 2. 104 Matt Erhart ’03 3. 99 Dan Ennis ’03 4. 82 Anthony DiPalma ’01 5. 74 Kris Cumming ’00 6. 72 Matt Sorteberg ’09 7. 67 Dan Henningson ‘09 8. 63 Wade Winkler ’03 9. 54 Jason Rothfuss ’99 10. 52 Zach Hansen ’11 DEFENSEMAN GOALS—CAREER 1. 30 Anthony DiPalma ’01 2. 28 Dan Ennis ’03 3. 23 Reid Cashman ’07 4. 22 Wade Winkler ’03 DEFENSEMAN ASSISTS—CAREER 1. 125 Reid Cashman ’07 2. 89 Matt Erhart ’03 3. 71 Dan Ennis ’03 4. 55 Dan Henningson ‘09 T5. 53 Kris Cumming ’00 53 Matt Sorteberg ‘09 7. 52 Anthony DiPalma ’01

>> 100–GAMES–PLAYED CLUB Matt Sorteberg

2004–09

163

Bryan Leitch

2005–09

157

David Marshall

2005–09

155

Andrew Meyer

2005–09

152

Reid Cashman

2003–07

151

Dan Henningson

2005–09

150

Eric Lampe

2006–10

150

Jean-Marc Beaudoin 2006–present

149

Brandon Wong

2006–present

147

Dan Ennis

1998–2003

146

Matt Erhart

1999–2003

146

Greg Holt

2006–present

144

Tom Watkins

2001–05

143

Matt Craig

2001–05

140

Ty Deinema

2002–06

140

Craig Falite

2001–05

138

Brian Herbert

1999–2003

137

Mark Nelson

2005–09

137

Chris White

2001–05

135

Mike Atkinson

2006–10

135

Ben Nelson

2004–08

134

Mike LaRocca

1998–2002

133

John Kelly

2002–06

133

Ryan Olson

1998–2002

130

Jamie Bates

2004–08

129

Matt Froehlich

2001–05

128

Joe Dumais

2002–06

128

Michael Bordieri

2002–07

128

Chris Cerrella

1997–2001

126

Jed Holtzman

1997–2001

126

Terry Harris

1997–2001

125

Ryan Morton

2000–04

123

Bud Fisher

2005–09

122

Neil Breen

1998–2002

121

Kris Cumming

1996–2000

119

Chris Myers

2005–09

118

Todd Bennett

1998–2002

114

Rob Hammel

2001–05

114

Dan LeFort

2005–08

113

Anthony DiPalma

1997–2001

110

Zach Hansen

2007–present

108

Jamie Holden

2001–05

107

Dennis Palaia

1998–2002

103

Wade Winkler

2000–03

103

Jason Rothfuss

1995–99

102

Joe Guerriero

1995–99

101

Dan Rossi

2002–06

100


>> YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS Year 1975–76 1976–77 1977–78 1978–79 1979–80 1980–81 1981–82 1982–83 1983–84 1984–85 1985–86 1986–87 1987–88 1988–89 1989–90 1990–91 1991–92 1992–93 1993–94 1994–95 1995–96 1996–97 1997–98 1998–99 1999–2000 2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10

Goals N/A Jim Hanscom, 20 N/A Jim Hanscom, 22 Bill Verneris, 23 N/A N/A Michael Barrett, 15 Rick Ciardiello, 12 Michael Barrett, 23 Rich Buckholz/Todd Johnson, 21 Todd Johnson, 33 Rich Qualter, 22 Rob Celotto, 22 Rob Celotto, 16 David Tucker, 10 David Tucker, 14 Jeff Kozlik, 13 Dennis Mastriano, 18 Bob Lucarelli, 17 Craig Funaro, 14 Matt Goodrich, 23 Chris Cerrella, 32 Chris Cerrella, 18 Shawn Mansoff, 29 Chris Cerrella, 21 Ryan Olson, 21 Matt Froehlich, 21 Matt Craig, 13 Ben Nelson/Matt Craig, 18 David Marshall, 22 Brandon Wong, 27 Bryan Leitch, 15 David Marshall, 22 Brandon Wong, 19

Assists N/A Jim Hanscom, 30 N/A Ken Mello, 24 Jim Hanscom, 28 N/A N/A Michael Barrett, 13 Rick Ciardiello, 17 N/A Ed Muzyka, 26 Todd Johnson, 42 Todd Johnson, 24 Rob Celotto, 23 Rob Celotto, 14 Lance Becker, 9 D.Tucker/P.Fay 15 Shawn Norton, 12 Dennis Mastriano, 17 Bob Lucarelli, 19 Craig Funaro, 18 Tim Fisher, 16 Chris Cerrella, 34 Jed Holtzman, 36 Brian Herbert, 32 Chris Cerrella, 27 Brian Herbert, 29 Brian Herbert, 29 Reid Cashman, 19 Reid Cashman, 32 Reid Cashman, 36 Reid Cashman, 38 Brandon Wong, 24 Bryan Leitch, 47 Eric Lampe, 24

Points N/A Jim Hanscom, 50 N/A Jim Hanscom, 44 Jim Hanscom, 49 N/A N/A Michael Barrett, 28 Rick Ciardiello, 29 N/A Todd Johnson 45 Todd Johnson, 75 Todd Johnson, 42 Rob Celotto, 45 Rob Celotto, 30 David Tucker, 17 David Tucker, 29 Jeff Kozlik, 21 Dennis Mastriano, 35 Bob Lucarelli, 36 Craig Funaro, 32 Matt Goodrich, 33 Chris Cerrella, 66 Chad Poliquin, 47 Shawn Mansoff, 56 Chris Cerrella, 48 Ryan Olson, 46 Matt Craig, 41 Matt Craig, 25 Reid Cashman, 45 Bryan Leitch, 45 Brandon Wong, 44 Brandon Wong, 37 Bryan Leitch, 59 Brandon Wong, 41

Saves N/A David Ahlstrand, 422 N/A Larry Arlen, 450 Larry Arlen, 750 N/A N/A N/A Ed Ardito, 645 N/A Bob Serenson, 692 Bob Serenson, 878 Bob Serenson, 758 Chris Baldino, 469 Chris Baldino, 507 Ted Gormley, 611 Bob Seward, 482 Bob Seward, 268 Jon Mattison, 405 Keith Glushek, 394 Keith Glushek, 524 Keith Glushek, 639 J.C. Wells, 396 J.C. Wells, 579 J.C. Wells, 456 Justin Eddy, 751 Jamie Holden, 680 Jamie Holden, 613 Jamie Holden, 687 Jamie Holden, 899 Bud Fisher, 786 Bud Fisher, 898 Bud Fisher, 643 Bud Fisher, 541 Dan Clarke, 883

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>> ALL–TIME SHUTOUTS

>> ALL–TIME HAVING BEEN SHUTOUT

Date

Opponent

Score

Goaltender

12/13/75

at Bridgeport

12–0

N/A

1/19/84

at Keene State

3–0

N/A

12/2/87

at Fairfield

3–0

Bob Serenson

11/6/91

at Curry

5–0

Bob Seward

11/19/95

W. New England 4–0

Keith Glushek

11/2/96

at Scranton

3–0

Keith Glushek

12/8/96

Villanova

9–0

Keith Glushek

2/9/97

Skidmore

2–0

Keith Glushek

11/7/97

at Iona

9–0

J.C. Wells

11/15/97

Wentworth

9–0

J.C. Wells/Ryan Vincenzo

11/30/97

Scranton

16–0

Ryan Vincenzo

1/11/98

at Villanova

12–0

Ryan Vincenzo

1/30/99

Fairfield

10–0

Jim White

2/27/99

Iona

5–0

J.C. Wells

11/20/99

Connecticut

9–0

J.C. Wells

1/21/00

Canisius

7–0

J.C. Wells

2/12/00

Sacred Heart

2–0

Dan DiLeo

2/18/00

Fairfield

8–0

J.C. Wells

2/26/00

American Int’l

5–0

Dan DiLeo

11/11/00

at Fairfield

10–0

J.C. Wells

11/9/01

Connecticut

5–0

Jamie Holden

1/11/02

American Int’l

3–0

Jamie Holden

1/3/03

Canisius

2–0

Justin Eddy

3/9/03

Army

7–0

Justin Eddy

3/21/03

Holy Cross

3–0

Jamie Holden

1/23/04

at Army

2–0

Jamie Holden

1/24/04

Army

3–0

Jamie Holden

10/16/04

Bentley

3–0

Jamie Holden

11/20/04

Bentley

5–0

Josh Siembida

3/12/05

Army

2–0

Jamie Holden

10/15/05

Bentley

6–0

Bud Fisher

10/22/05

American Int’l

5–0

Josh Siembida

10/28/05

at Robert Morris 2–0

Bud Fisher

3/10/06

at Colgate

3–0

Bud Fisher

1/6/07

at Princeton

2–0

Bud Fisher

1/28/07

Holy Cross

7–0

Bud Fisher/Zach Kleiman

3/9/07

at Cornell

1–0

Bud Fisher

3/16/07

vs. St. Lawrence 4–0

Bud Fisher

10/15/08

Bentley

3–0

Peter Vetri

11/16/08

Princeton

4–0

Bud Fisher

1/12/08

Yale

3–0

Bud Fisher

2/10/08

Brown

3–0

Bud Fisher

11/8/08

Cornell

0–0

Nick Pisellini

1/3/09

Dartmouth

6–0

Dan Clarke

10/30/09

at Robert Morris

5–0

Eric Hartzell

2/6/10

at Colgate

2–0

Dan Clarke

2/12/10

at St. Lawrence

5–0

Dan Clarke

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Date 12/5/76 12/12/79 1/20/88 1/19/91 2/8/92 1/13/94 2/12/94 11/18/94 11/27/94 2/24/96 12/28/96 2/5/99 2/12/99 2/8/00 11/19/00 1/12/01 11/18/01 1/6/04 1/9/04 3/13/04 10/24/04 1/9/05 11/12/05 1/13/06 3/12/06 3/1/08 3/14/08 11/7/08 11/8/08 11/11/08 1/31/09 2/5/10

Opponent New Haven Fairfield Connecticut College at UMass–Dartmouth at Skidmore at SUNY–Potsdam at Ala.–Huntsville at Ala.–Huntsville Wesleyan Saint Michael’s Connecticut Connecticut at Air Force Clarkson at Fairfield Mercyhurst at Maine at Ohio State at Canisius Canisius at Air Force at Maine at Union Cornell at Colgate at Clarkson at Harvard Colgate Cornell Princeton at Yale Cornell

Score 14–0 13–0 6–0 13–0 7–0 6–0 15–0 9–0 6–0 5–0 5–0 1–0 2–0 4–0 1–0 6–0 9–0 1–0 3–0 1–0 4–0 6–0 2–0 6–0 4–0 8–0 11–0 1–0 0–0 2–0 3–0 2–0

Goaltender N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Mike Zeller Paul Raymond Bob Chancio Mark Northue John Chain Mark Kielkucki Karl Mattson Craig Schnappinger Peter Aubry Mike Morrison Dave Caruso Bryan Worosz Bryan Worosz Peter Foster Jimmy Howard Kris Mayotte David McKee Mark Dekanich David Leggio/Tim Potter Kyle Richter/John Riley Charles Long Ben Scrivens Zane Kalemba Alec Richards Ben Scrivens


>> ALL-TIME LETTER WINNERS –AAAA– Acropolis, Bobby Agnew, Mark Ahlstrand, Dave Alden, Peter Ambrefe, Joe Antonelli, Dave Ardito, Steve Arduin, David Arlen, Larry Armstrong, Jared Arnt, Ben Atkinson, Mike Audette, Dave

2005 2008 1977 2006 1989 1984 1985 2009 1980 1990 2010 2010 1991

–BBBB– Baldino, Chris Baldino, Gene Baldwin, Chris Barnych, Nick Barrett, Michael Barron, Loren Bates, Jamie Bauer, Jake Beaudoin, Jean–Marc Becker, Lance Bennett, Todd Bernard, Robert Blais, Ben Bohan, Brendan Bordieri, Michael Bouharevich, Yuri Bovi, Jay Breen, Neil Buckholz, Richard Bui, Kevin Burke, Rick Burke, Steve

1990 1981 1987 2006 1985 2010 2008 2008 2010 1992 2002 1987 2002 1990 2006 2010 1996 2002 1987 2010 1976 1977

–CCCC– Cadieux, Mathieu Caliri, Chris Caliri, Dave Cameron, Bruce Canal, Michael Cappiello, Gerry Casey, Dan Cashman, Reid Cass, Bill Castiline, John Cazzitto, Mike Celentano, Rob Celotto, Rob Cerrella, Chris Certo, Russ Charrette, Mark Childs, Steve Christini, Bo Churchill, Deane Ciardiello, Rick Clarke, Dan Cline, Scott Collins, Gordy Comins, Paul Compton, Kirk Conte, Rich

2010 1992 1989 1996 1976 1987 1979 2006 2004 1998 1980 1989 1990 2001 1982 1992 1990 2002 1980 1987 2010 1995 2000 1977 1993 1984

Cook, Colin Cornellas, John Costalas, Steve Coughlin, Sean Coyle, David Craig, Matt Criscola, Dan Cronan, Bill Cullen, Dan Cumming, Kris Cunetta, Bill Currie, Zack Cusano, Rob Czornobyl, Ithor

2004 1976 1992 2010 1977 2005 1980 1981 2008 2000 1991 2010 1984 1976

–DDDD– D’Amato, Gerard D’Angelo, Armand Dalhuisen, Mike Danizio, Steve Daubel, Rich Dauer, Tom Davidson, Tyler Davies, Zach De Wolf, George DeCola, Mark DeGennaro, David Deinema, Ty DeLorenzo, John Deluca, Frank DePalma, Andy Devaney, Jack Dickinson, Brett DiLeo, Dan DiLungo, Anthony DiLungo, Pat DiPalma, Anthony DiPasquale, Chris DiVecchio, Chris Dolduc, Gary Dondero, Steve Donnelley, Jack Doren, Alex Downing, Ken Downs, Scott Dufour, Tyler Dumais, Joe Dumas, Matt Dumond, S Duncan, Josh Dusebout, Ken

1978 1985 2010 1979 1993 1991 1992 2010 1979 1985 1992 2006 2000 1995 1987 2005 2010 2000 1989 1981 2001 1981 1997 1983 1999 1980 1993 1980 1994 2003 2006 1990 1986 2008 1996

–EEEE– Earley, Pete Eddy, Justin Edwards, Tom Eisenherdt, Mike Ennis, Dan Erhart, Matt

1989 2004 1991 1984 2003 2003

–FFFF– Falite, Craig Fay, Paul Ferguson, Ryan Fisher, Bud Fisher, Tim

2005 1992 2001 2008 1999

Flammia, Chris Flynn, Bill Foss, Adam Friedrichs, Jeff Froehlich, Matt Funaro, Craig

1989 1980 1997 1976 2005 1996

–GGGG– Gardiner, Pete Gardner, Ross Garofalow, Mark Garrison, Jeremy Gendron, Matt Gerace, Anthony Gillis, Mike Gillum, Mike Glaicar, Mike Glazer, Robert Glushek, Keith Goetz, Kenny Goldstein, Larry Goodman, Russell Goodrich, Matt Goolgasian, Mark Gorman, Edward Gorman, John Gormley, Ted Griffin, Martin Gross, Zac Grushen, Mark Guerriero, Joe Guerriero, John

1984 1997 1995 2001 1996 1991 1988 1994 2010 1986 1997 1997 1986 2010 1999 1993 1983 1993 1991 1976 1998 1981 1999 1999

–HHHH– Halbrook, Nathan Hallam, Mark Ham, Andy Hammel, Rob Hanscom, Jim Hansen, Kevin Hansen, Zach Harper, Peter Harris, Kris Harris, Terry Hart, Derrick Hartzell, Eric Harvey, Clay Healy, Michael Healy, Rick Heichman, Spencer Hekker, Pete Henningson, Dan Herbert, Brian Hinds, Bob Hines, George Holden, Jamie Holt, Greg Holtzman, Jed Hooper, Jason Hughes, Ed Humphrey, Nick Hurrell, Mark

1997 2004 1984 2005 1980 1996 2010 1984 1999 2001 1981 2010 2010 1991 1993 2010 1979 2008 2003 1977 1988 2005 2010 2001 1996 1985 1995 1994

–JJJJ– Jackson, Matt Jensen, David

1977 1987

Johnson, Mike Johnson, Robert Johnson, Todd Jurewicz, Adam

1990 1972 1989 1995

–KKKK– Kanaczet, Dave Kearney, John Keck, Barth Kelly, John Ketchum, Ben King, David Kinkead, Jeff Klecatsky, Jeff Kleiman, Zach Knoop, Keith Kozlik, Jeff Kramer, Matt Krotz, Warren

1996 1976 1985 2006 2010 2002 1983 1994 2008 1995 1994 1996 1977

–LLLL– Lafond, Bob Lamont, Bob Lampe, Eric Langlois, Jeremy LaRocca, Mike Lease, Bill LeFort, Dan Leighton, Tim Leitch, Bryan Lemire, Jeff Lemont, Bob Leveroni, Rich Levesque, Peter Liimatainen,Sami Lucarelli, Bob Ludwig, Aaron Lyons, Mark

1993 1979 2010 2010 2002 1992 2008 1990 2008 1995 1981 1986 1993 2010 1995 2005 1987

–MMMM– MacGregor, Brian Magee, Joe Maio, Anthony Maleyko, Troy Maniatis, Chris Mansoff, Shawn Marshall, David Mastriano, Dennis Mattison, Jon Mattson, Gilbert McCarthy, John McCarty, Frank McCormick, Brian McGann, Pat McKeon, Mike McKiernan, Bill McNeil, Pete Mello, Ken Meyer, Andrew Meyers, Chris Moll, Brendan Monahan, Tom Montanari, Darin Morgan, Mike Morrison, Tim Morton, Ryan

1986 1996 1992 2004 2002 2001 2008 1995 1996 1986 1977 1992 1997 2010 1979 1989 1989 1981 2008 2008 1997 1979 1985 1989 2004 2004

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Murano, Jamie Murray, Kevin Muzyka, Ed Myers, Chris

1994 2001 1986 2008

–NNNN– Nelson, Ben Nelson, Mark Nolan, Justin Norton, Shawn

2008 2008 1998 1994

–OOOO– Oakes, D’Arcy O’Conner, Dave O’Connor, Tim Ohl, David Oliver, Mike Olsen, Derek Olson, Ryan Ouellet, Brian

2010 1985 1976 1983 1996 1990 2002 1995

–PPPP– Page, Jeff Palaia, Dennis Pane, Lou Papcun, Brian Peck, Tom Pendergast, Kevin Peterson, Eric Philippi, Karl Pinto, Brian Pisselini, Nick Plante, Matt Poliquin, Chad Pollack, Cliff Pollak, Scott Porto, John Potter, Rob Prokop, Scott

1977 2001 1985 2006 1983 1987 1981 1976 1996 2009 2002 2001 1976 1996 1993 1991 1988

–QQQQ– Qualter, Rich Quaranto, Joe Quinn, Jim Quirk, Tim

1989 1983 1981 1987

–RRRR– Reigleman, Bill Rice, Dave Richardson, Dave Riedell, Craig Riendeau, Mark Robles, Angel Robson, Scott Roche, Joe Roche, Tom Rolheiser, Reese Rossi, Dan Rothfuss, Jason Routh, Mike Roy, Mike Ruggiero, Mike Russell, Jeff Russell, Wes

1981 1989 1995 1982 1995 1987 1998 1977 1977 2010 2006 1999 1989 1986 2000 1977 2006

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Salzman, Mike Scavotto, Ron Schatz, T.J Schiavoni, Peter Schlitzer, Eric Schmitt, Brandon Schoote, Paul Scott, Sam Seldomridge, Chris Serenson, Bob Serio, Gary Seward, Bob Sheridan, Bob Shestok, Jason Siembida, Josh Slack, Eric Slifstein, Matt Sliney, David Snow, Keith Sorteberg, Matt Spignesi, Ted Stanwick, Marty Stevenson, Stewart, Brian Stewart, Mark Stoody, Darren Stratton, Kevin Sullivan, Michael Summers, Mike Sutherland, Jamie Sweeney, George Szmaciasz, Stuart

1995 1983 1990 1995 1986 2004 1991 1995 1985 1988 1984 1993 1980 1998 2006 1999 1998 1995 1987 2008 1976 1984 1981 1997 1981 1997 1990 1991 1992 1998 1987 1983

–TTTT– Tahan, Brian Testa, Joe Thompson, Mike Torgerson, Pete Tranvik, Isak Travis, Dan Tyson, Bobby Tucker, David Tutt, Nathan Twohill, John

1994 2006 1995 1981 2008 2008 2010 1992 1997 1997

–UUUU– Ursini, Lou Ursini, Mike

1986 1988

Weiner, Robert Wells, J.C. Weyel, Brian White, Chris Winkler, Wade Winters, Miles Witkowski, Mark Wong, Brandon

1987 2001 1980 2005 2003 2010 1992 2010

–ZZZZ– Zambrano, Paul Zavaski, Scott Zito, Jamie Zitoun, Jordan Zurevinski, Scott

1976 1993 1991 2007 2010

• Bold indicates active player. • Year listed is the last letter won.

–VVVV– VanNostrand,Jesse 2004 Van Vliet, Mark 2006 Ventimiglia, Phil 1979 Verneris, Bill 1982 Versino, Joe 2004 Vetri, Peter 2008 Vincenzo, Ryan 1998 Violano, Mike 1983 von der Heyde,Mike 1999 –WWWW– Wallinger, A.J Walsh, Chris Watkins, Tom Webber, Stephen

1987 2006 2005 1995

In a game that started on March 12 at 7 p.m. and ended on March 13 at 1:03 a.m., the Quinnipiac University men’s ice hockey team defeated Union College in the first game of the ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals in Schenectady, N.Y. Greg Holt scored the game-winner just over 10 minutes into the fifth overtime (150:32) in what would prove to be the longest game in NCAA Division I History.


>> ALL–TIME UNIFORM NUMBERS 1 Adam Foss (1996–97) Jon Mattison (1993–96) Alex Doren (1991–93) Ted Gormley (1988–91) Bob Serenson (1984–85, 1986–88) Steve Ardito (1983–84) Stuart Szmaciasz (1982–83) Tom Stevenson (1980–82) Larry Arlen (1976–80) 2 Mike Dalhuisen (2009–present) Matt Sorteberg (2004–09) Bill Cass (2000–04) Mike Matta (1999–2000) Dan Ennis (1998–99) Scott Robson (1995–98) Kirk Compton (1990–93) Steve Costalos (1989–90) Mike Morgan (1988–89) A.J. Wallinger (1986–87) Robert Glazer (1985–86) Armond D’Angelo (1984–85) Ed Gorman (1982–83) Mark Stewart (1979–82) Mark Roy (1977–78) 3 Zach Davies (2009–present) Jake Bauer (2007–08) John Doherty (2005–07) Tom Watkins (2001–05) Anthony DiPalma (1997–2001) Kenny Goetz (1996–97) Dave Kanaczet (1994–96) Ken Dusebout (1993–94) Rich Daubel (1992–93) David Tucker (1990–92) Anthony Maio (1989–90) Pete Earley (1988–89) Rob Celentano (1986–88) Brian MacGregor (1982–86) Derrick Hart (1980–82) Joe Quaranto (1979–80) Peter Hekker (1977–78) Warren Krotz (1976–77) 4 Loren Barron (2009–present) Dan Henningson (2005–2009) Matt Froehlich (2001–05) Gordy Collins (1999–2000) Tim Fisher (1995–99) Nick Humphrey (1994–95) Scott Pollak (1992–94) Mark Witkowski (1988–92) Mark Lyons (1986–88) Lou Pane (1982–85) Ed Gorman (1980–82) Robert Sheridan (1979–80)

5 Bobby Tyson (2009–present) Brett Dickinson (2007–08) Jordan Zitoun (2006–07) Peter Alden (2004–06) Tim Morrison (2002–04) Ben Blais (1999–02) Steve Dondero (1997–99) Brian Stewart (1996–97) Ken Dusebout (1994–96) Mike Gillum (1990–94) Shawn Norton (1989–90) Tim Quirk (1986–89) Larry Goldstein (1985–86) George Sweeney (1984–85) Andrew Ham (1982–83) Lou Pane (1981–82) Pete Torgerson (1977–81) 6 Andrew Meyer (2005–09) Troy Maleyko (2003–04) Jed Holtzman (1997–2001) Brendan Moll (1996–97) David Sliney (1994–95) Mark Hurrell (1991–94) Tom Edwards (1990–91) Tim Leighton (1989–90) Mike Routh (1988–89) George Sweeney (1985–88) Dave O’Connor (1984–85) Joe Quaranto (1980–83) Jack Donnelly (1977–80) Rick Burke (1975–77) 7 Eric Lampe (2006–10) Michael Bordieri (2002–07) Mike LaRocca (1999–2002) Jason Rothfuss (1996–99) Mark Riendeau (1993–95) Bob Lafond (1992–93) Chris Caliri (1989–92) Joe Ambrefe (1985–88) Michael Barrett (1982–85) Russ Certo (1980–82) Mike Meurer (1977–78) 8 Sami Liimatainen (2006–present) Dan Rossi (2002–06) Jeremy Garrison (2000–01) Mike von der Heyde (1995–99) Dave Richardson (1993–95) Rick Healy (1989–93) Scott Prokop (1986–88) Mike Roy (1982–86) Gene Baldino (1977–81) Bob Hinds (1975–78)

9 Brandon Wong (2006–10) Ty Deinema (2002–06) Terry Harris (1997–2001) Nathan Halbrook (1995–97) Brian Ouellet (1994–95) Brian Tahan (1991–94) Dave Rice (1987–89) Gerry Cappiello (1986–87) Rich Leveroni (1984–86) Peter Harper (1982–84) Pat DiLungo (1980–82) Jim Hanscom (1979–80) Joe Moruzzi (1977–78) 10 Jean–Marc Beaudoin (2006–10) Chris White (2001–05) Dennis Palaia (1997–2001) Brian McCormack (1996–97) Craig Funaro (1994–96) Shawn Norton (1992–93) David DeGennaro (1991–92) Anthony Maio (1990–91) Steve Childs (1988–90) Bob Weiner (1986–87) Gilbert Mattson (1985–86) Robert Weiner (1984–85) Barth Keck (1980–84) Mike Cazzitto (1979–80) Jim Lequin (1977–78) 11 Russell Goodman (2009–present) Bryan Leitch (2005–09) Jamie Bates (2004–05) Brandon Schmitt (2003–04) Dan Ennis (1999–2003) Eric Slack (1998–99) Justin Nolan (1995–98) Dennis Mastriano (1992–95) Tyler Davidson (1989–92) Rich Qualter (1988–89) Stephen Childs (1986–88) Ed Muzyka (1982–86) Kurt Peterson (1981–82) Ken Mello (1977–81) Joe Roche (1975–77) 12 Greg Holt (2006–10) John Kelly (2002–06) Brandon Schmitt (2001–02) Ryan Ferguson (1999–2000) Mike LaRocca (1998–99) Zac Gross (1997–98) Nathan Tutt (1996–97) Chris DiVecchio (1995–96) Jeff Lemrie (1994–95) David Sliney (1992–94) Frank McCarty (1990–92) Michael Johnson (1986–90)

Lou Ursini (1982–86) Bill Verneris (1978–82) Matt Jackson (1976–77) 13 Yuri Bouharevich (2008–present) Jim Quinn (1978–80) 14 Sean Coughlin (2008–present) Ben Nelson (2005–2008) Bobby Acropolis (2001–05) Jared DiLorenzo (1998–99, 2000–01) Tyler Fleck (1999–2000) John Castiline (1996–98) Mike Oliver (1995–96) Bob Lucarelli (1991–95) Brian Tahan (1990–91) Jared Armstrong (1987–90) Keith Snow (1986–87) Eric Schlitzer (1985–86) Darin Montanari (1984–85) Rich Conte (1980–84) Dan Criscola (1977–80) Brian Weyel (1976–77) 15 Zach Hansen (2007–present) Eric Lampe (2006–07) Mark Van Vliet (2004–06) Mark Hallam (2003–04) Wade Winkler (2000–03) Kris Harris (1998–99) Pat Malone (1997–98) Chris DiVecchio (1996–97) Scott Pollak (1994–96) Shawn Norton (1993–94) Mark Riendeau (1991–93) Jamie Zito (1990–91) Rob Celotto (1988–90) George Hines (1984–88) Dave Antonelli (1980–84) Bill Flynn (1979–80) Michael McKeon (1975–79) 16 Mike Atkinson (2005–10) Joe Dumais (2002–06) Kevin Murray (2000–01) Shawn Gralish (1999–2000) John Guerriero (1995–99) Keith Knoop (1993–95) Mark Goolgasian (1990–93) Derek Olson (1989–90) Bill McKiernan (1988–89) Rick Ciardiello (1983–87) Mike Violano (1981–83) Chris DePasquale (1980–81) Ken Downing (1979–80) Tom Hornosky (1977–78) Jeff Page (1976–77)

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17 Jeremy Langlois (2009–present) Dan Travis (2005–2008) Jack Devaney (2003–05) Tyler Dufour (2002–03) Craig Falite (2001–02) Mike Ruggiero (1996–2000) Keith Knoop (1993–95) Matt Kramer (1995–96, Jeff Kozlik (1992–93) Anthony Maio (1991–92) Rob Potter (1987–91) Rich Buckholz (1983–87) Jeff Kinkead (1982–83) Michael Barrett (1981–82) Bill Cronan (1980–81) Brian Weyel (1977–80) David Coyle (1976–77) 18 D’Arcy Oakes (2009–present) Mark Nelson (2005–09) Jesse Van Nostrand (2002–04) Matt Plante (1998–2002) Matt Slifstein (1995–98) Sam Scott (1992–95) Scott Cline (1991–92) Bill Cunnetta (1988–91) Angel Robles (1984–87) Ron Scavotto (1982–83) Craig Reidell (1979–82) Jim Hanscom (1976–79) 19 Scott Zurevinski (2008–present) Jamie Bates (2005–2008) Rob Hammel (2001–05) Chris Cerrella (1997–2001) John Twohill (1996–97) Joe Magee (1995–96) Stephen Weber (1992–95) Mark Charrette (1990–92) T.J. Schatz (1988–89) David Jensen (1983–87) Marty Stanwick (1982–83) Doug Rischman (1981–82) Eric Peterson (1980–81) Deane Churchill (1979–80) 20 Ben Arnt (2009–present) Chris Myers (2005–2009) Aaron Ludwig (2002–05) Tyler Dufour (2001–02) Chad Poliquin (1997–2001) Ross Gardner (1996–97) Matt Gendron (1995–96) Mark Thompson (1994–95) Jeff Klecatsky (1993–94) John Gorman (1990–93) David Tucker (1989–90) Todd Johnson (1985–89) Chris Seldomridge (1984–85) Bob Lemont (1979–82)

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21 Reid Cashman (2003–07) Brian Herbert (1999–03) Jamie Sutherland (1996–99) Brian Pinto (1995–96) Mike Salzman (1992–94) Lance Becker (1988–89, 1990–92) Frank McCarty (1989–90) Kevin Pendergast (1983–87) Jeff Kinkead (1980–81) Robert Sheridan (1976–79)

27 Brett Dickinson (2008-10) Mark Agnew (2004–08) Neil Breen (1998–2002) Darren Stoody (1992–95, 1996–97) Jay Bovi (1995–96) Chris Baldwin (1986–87) David Ohl (1982–83) Mark Grushen (1979–81) Gary Brideau (1977–78) Gerard D’Amato (1976–1977)

22 Reese Rolheiser (2009–present) David Marshall (2005–09) Craig Falite (2002–05) Ryan Olson (1998–2002) Eric Slack (1995–98) Peter Schiavoni (1994–95) Scott Downs (1990–94) Chris Baldino (1989–90) Michael DeSantis (1986–87) Mark DeCola (1983–85)

28 Ryan Gillan (1992–93) Dave Caliri (1988–89)

23 Zack Currie (2009–present) Josh Duncan (2006–08) Nick Barnych (2004–06) Joe Versino (2003–04) Matt Erhart (1999–2003) Joe Guerriero (1995–99) Scott Robson (1994–95) Paul Fay (1989–92) Rob Celentano (1988–89) Robert Bernard (1986–87) 24 Ben Ketchum (2008–10) Isak Tranvik (2007–08) Ben Nelson (2004–05) Todd Bennett (1998–2002) Cameron Bruce (1995–96) Ken Dusebout (1992–93) Chris Flammia (1988–89) Chris Baldino (1986–88) 25 Mike Glaicar (2008–present) Joe Testa (2002–06) Peter Levesque (1992–93) Chris Caliri (1988–89) Ed Hughes (1984–85) 26 Chris Maniatis (1999–2002) Matt Goodrich (1995–99) Frank Deluca (1994–95) Brian Ouelett (1993–94) Scott Zavaski (1992–93) Bob Seward (1991–92) Mike Healy (1990–91) Brendan Bohan (1989–90) Anthony DiLungo (1988–89)

29 Mathieu Cadieux (2009–10) Nick Pisellini (2008–09) Peter Vetri (2007–08) Dan Cullen (2004–2007) Jamie Holden (2001–05) Dan DiLeo (1998–2001) Jason Shestok (1997–98) Keith Glushek (1993–97) John Porto (1992–93) Dave Audette (1989–92) Steve Costalas (1988–89) 30 David King (2001–02) Jim White (1998–2001) Ryan Vincenzo (1996–98) Jason Hooper (1995–96) Mark Garofalow (1994–95) Chad Orlando (1993–94) Bob Seward (1992–93) Mike Sullivan (1991–92) Alex Doren (1990–91) Matt Dumas (1989–90) Pete McNeil (1988–89) Andy DePalma (1983–84, 1985–87) Bob Serenson (1984–85) Ed Hughes (1982–83) Bill Reigelmann (1978–82) Steve Andrews (1977–78) David Ahlstrand (1976–77)

v31 Colby LeFevre (1998–99) 32 Eric Ernst (1998–99) 33 Eric Hartzell (2009–present) Bud Fisher (2005–09) Justin Eddy (2000–04) Shawn Mansoff (1998–99) Jason Rothfuss (1995–96) Scott Cline (1992–95) Steve Costalas (1990–92) T.J. Schatz (1989–90) 34 Pat McGann (2007–present) Josh Siembida (2004–06) 35 Dan Clarke (2008–present) Dan Cullen (2007–08) Zach Kleiman (2006–present) Brian Papcun (2004–06) Colin Cook (2002–04) Bo Christini (2001–02) J.C. Wells (1997–2001) Kevin Hansen (1995–96) Adam Jurewiz (1994–95) 37 Kevin Bui (2008–present) Chris Meyers (2006–08) Matt Craig (2001–05) Shawn Mansoff (1999–2001) 39 Clay Harvey (2009–present) Dan LeFort (2004–2008) Ryan Morton (2000–04) Kris Cumming (1996–2000) 44 Spencer Heichman (2008–present) • Bold indicates active player.


>> QUINNIPIAC MEN’S ICE HOCKEY TIMELINE 2/1/75 — First varsity game and victory, a 7–5 decision over Central Connecticut. 2/13/75 — First road win and shutout, a 12–0 decision at Bridgeport. It is also the first time a Quinnipiac team broke 10 goals in a game.

1/30/96 — Still a Division II member of the ECAC, Quinnipiac plays its first-ever game against a Division I program, a 10–2 loss at Army.

for the Bobcats against a ranked opponent. 12/9/00 — First game for Quinnipiac against a member of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association as the Bobcats fall at Minnesota, 11–2.

2/3/77 — First tie in program history, a 6–6 draw at Connecticut College.

9/18/97 — Quinnipiac announces that it will elevate its program to the Division I level, effective for the 1998–99 season, as a member of the newly formed Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC).

1/29/78 — Quinnipiac suffers a 20–1 loss to Westfield State in a game that still stands as the largest margin of victory and highest figure of goals allowed in a game in school history.

11/11–12/6/97 — Quinnipiac sets program record with 10-game winning streak. 11/9/97– 200th win in program history as Quinnipiac defeats Bentley, 6–1.

3/17/01 — With an automatic berth to the NCAA tournament on the line, Quinnipiac falls one goal short in a 6–5 decision to Mercyhurst.

12/7/83 — Quinnipiac plays its first double–digit game for both teams, pulling out an 11–10 road win at Fairfield.

10/23/98 — Quinnipiac and Iona play each other in the first MAAC game in history. The hosts break open a tight game with four third-period goals in a 5–1 Bobcats Division I victory.

12/28/01 — Longest game in program history, lasting 90:50, as RPI nips Quinnipiac 5–4 in double–overtime in the first round of the RPI/ HSBC Holiday Tournament.

10/24/98 — Quinnipiac wins inaugural Quinnipiac Cup (an in-season tournament designed to showcase college hockey) in a 7–4 decision against Bentley at the New Haven Coliseum.

1/4/02–1/5/02 — First game for Quinnipiac against a member of the Central Collegiate Hockey Association, as the visiting Bobcats drop 4–1 and 3–1 decisions at No. 6 ranked Michigan State.

3/13/99 — First Division I playoff game, a 13–2 victory over Fairfield in the MAAC quarterfinals.

2/2–2/9/02 — New program mark established with three straight overtime contests, all ties, against Sacred Heart and Holy Cross (twice).

12/8/84 — Quinnipiac plays its highest scoring game in program history, combining for 23 goals in a 13–10 victory over Lehigh. 2/23/86 — Head coach Jim Armstrong guides Quinnipiac to its first of three straight ECAC Tournament berths. 12/7/86 — 100th win in program history as Quinnipiac defeats Delaware, 9–5. 2/21/87 — Program single–game record for goals occurs as Quinnipiac puts up 20 on Scranton in a 20–2 win. 3/4/87 — Quinnipiac advances to ECAC Tournament finals for first time in school history, but drops a 7–5 decision at Trinity. The 22-win season is the best campaign ever, a mark that would stand for 12 years. 2/23/90 — Todd Johnson plays final game in a Quinnipiac uniform, a 9–5 win at St. John’s. Johnson finishes his career with 202 career points on 91 goals and 111 assists to set new program career-highs in all three categories. 2/11–2/12/94 — Quinnipiac ventures out of the Northeast or Mid–Atlantic states for the first time in program history, traveling to Alabama– Huntsville for a two-game series. 5/5/94 — Rand Pecknold is hired as the fifth head coach in program history after three years as an assistant at Connecticut College.

10/16/99 — First game against a member of a “Big Four”conference, a 6–4 loss at ECAC member RPI. 11/7/99 — 500th game in program history takes place as Quinnipiac claims a 5–1 road win at Fairfield. 12/12/99 — Quinnipiac gives No. 4–ranked Maine a huge scare in front of a frenzied crowd at Alfond Arena in Orono, Maine. The visitors lead 4–3 with 10 minutes remaining before Maine rallies for a 7–4 victory. 2/8/00 — First major conference team visits Quinnipiac, as ECAC member Clarkson shuts out the Bobcats at the Northford Ice Pavilion, 4–0. 11/3/00 — Freshman Justin Eddy stops 58 shots as Quinnipiac ties ECAC member St. Lawrence. The rookie netminder sets a new Division I single-game record for saves against a club that reached the Frozen Four the year prior. 12/3/00 — Quinnipiac records its first–ever win over a “Big Four” opponent, going on the road to trip up No. 11 Union, 3–2. It is also the first win

3/9/01 — Chris Cerrella sets new program mark for points in 4–3 overtime victory against Army in the MAAC quarterfinals. He graduates as the alltime leading goal scorer (99) and point man (205).

3/1/02 — Quinnipiac wins the first-ever “Heroes Hat,” established for all of those who lost their lives on the tragic events of 9/11/01, in a 6–2 win over Connecticut. Head coach Rand Pecknold passes Jim Armstrong on the same night to become the all-time wins leader. 3/16/02 — Ryan Olson’s empty-net goal in the waning seconds seals a 6–4 victory over Mercyhurst in the MAAC Tournament final. With the victory, Quinnipiac advances to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history. The win is also the 300th in program history. 3/23/02 — Cornell defeats Quinnipiac, 6–1, in a first-round NCAA Tournament game that takes place in front of a crowd of over 12,000 at the Worcester Centrum 3/1/03 — Quinnipiac claims the second “Heroes Hat” as the Bobcats and UConn Huskies play at Madison Square Garden in New York City. 6/30/03 — Quinnipiac, along with the eight remaining members of the MAAC, joins the newly formed Atlantic Hockey league.

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10/17–10/24/03 — Bobcats prove once again the ability to compete with the elite programs in the nation. Quinnipiac drops three straight one-goal decisions, the last in overtime to national powers Michigan (twice) and Wisconsin on the road. 11/29/03 — Behind a two-goal effort from Matt Craig and stellar goaltending from Jamie Holden, Quinnipiac records the firstever win by a MAAC/ Atlantic Hockey team over a Hockey East opponent in a 3–2 win over Merrimack. 1/6/04 — Justin Eddy sets a new Value City Arena mark with 50 saves, but No. 12-ranked Ohio State scores with 0.2 seconds left in a 1–0 win over Quinnipiac. 1/23–1/24/04 — Jamie Holden becomes the first goaltender in program history to notch consecutive shutouts when he blanks Army, 2–0 and 3–0. In all, he sets a new program scoreless streak of 191:15 over four games. 2/21/04 — Quinnipiac takes home the “Heroes Hat” title for third year in a row by virtue of a 2–2 tie in the final game with Connecticut. The Bobcats won the first game of the year, 4–2, before playing to a 1–1 draw with the Huskies in game two. 8/24/04 — Quinnipiac University accepts an invitation into the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Hockey League beginning with the 2005–06 season. The Bobcats join Brown, Clarkson, Colgate, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Princeton, RPI, St. Lawrence, Union and Yale in the league. 10/30/04 — Jamie Holden stops 45 shots to power the Bobcats to a 2–1 win over No. 11-ranked Dartmouth in the first-ever meeting between the future ECACHL rivals. 3/3/05 — The Bobcats hit two milestones in one evening in a 4–2 win over UConn. With the victory, Quinnipiac claims the 2005 Atlantic Hockey regular-season title, as well as the “Heroes Hat”championship for the fourth year in a row. 3/4/05 — Sophomore defenseman Reid Cashman is named the CSTV/HCA National Player of the Month for February, while teammate Ben Nelson is named National Rookie of the Month. It’s the first time in the history of the awards that two players from the same school have earned the accolades in the same month.

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3/5/05 — Head coach Rand Pecknold claims his 200th career win in a 6–1 victory over AIC. He becomes one of 17 active Division I coaches to reach the 200-win plateau. 3/17/05 — Sophomore defenseman Reid Cashman named as one of 10 finalists for the prestigious Hobey Baker Memorial Award, given annually to the top player in college hockey. Later that evening, Cashman is named 2005 Atlantic Hockey Player of the Year, while head coach Rand Pecknold is tabbed as Atlantic Hockey Coach of the Year. 11/4/05 — In front of a raucous crowd of more than 5,000 at the Hartford Civic Center, Quinnipiac defeats No. 15 Harvard, 5–2, in its first-ever ECAC Hockey contest. 11/5/05 — Quinnipiac caps a sweep in its first weekend of ECACHL action, overpowering Dartmouth in a 7–5 shootout. 2/24/06 — First-ever win against rival Yale, a 6–2 victory at Ingalls Rink. With the victory, Quinnipiac assures itself of finishing ahead of the Bulldogs in the ECAC standings in just its first season in the league. 3/3–3/4/06 — Playing in its first-ever ECAC playoff series, Quinnipiac hits the road and sweeps RPI in two games, 2–1 and 4–2. Goalie Bud Fisher stops 61 shots over the two nights to lift Quinnipiac to the quarterfinal round. 3/10/06 — With a 3–0 shutout of Colgate in game one of the ECACHL quarterfinals, the Quinnipiac men’s hockey team secures its seventh 20-win season in eight years and 10th straight winning season. 3/17/06 — Two Quinnipiac players are honored by ECAC Hockey. Freshman forward Bryan Leitch is named the 2006 ECAC Rookie of the Year, while junior defenseman Reid Cashman earns First-Team All-ECAC honors. 4/5/06 — Junior defenseman Reid Cashman becomes Quinnipiac’s first player at the Division I level to earn All-New England honors. 4/7/06 — For the second year in a row, defenseman Reid Cashman earns All- America honors. He’s tabbed by both the American Hockey Coaches Association (Second-Team) and United States College Hockey Online (Third-Team).

12/11/06–04/12/07 — After a one-week hiatus, Quinnipiac jumps back into the national polls. The Bobcats are ranked in at least one national poll for the final 18 weeks of the season, a new program record. 1/12/07 — The Bobcats play their final home game at the Northford Ice Pavilion, a 5–1 win over Brown. Quinnipiac posted an all-time record of 89–15–10 (.825) at the facility. 1/28/07 — With the legendary Gordie Howe looking on, seven different players score a goal as the Bobcats open the TD Bank Sports Center with a convincing 7–0 victory over Holy Cross. Matt Sorteberg nets the first goal at the new facility at the 6:27 mark of the second period. 2/2/07 — Quinnipiac caps its first-ever season sweep of rival Yale with a 6–4 victory over the Bulldogs at the TD Bank Sports Center. With the victory, the Bobcats take home the “Heroes Hat” title for the fifth time. 2/13/07 — Reid Cashman records the 114th assist of his career in an 8–1 victory over AIC, surpassing Brian Herbert for the program record in that department. Cashman finishes his Quinnipiac career with 125 assists. 2/17/07 — The Bobcats cap a season sweep of Colgate with a 3–2 win in Hamilton, N.Y. With the victory, Quinnipiac secures its eighth 20-win season in nine years and 11th straight winning season. 3/2–3/3/07 — Playing its first home playoff series at the TD Bank Sports Center, Quinnipiac sweeps Union in two games, 3–1 and 5–4. 3/9–3/10/07 — One of the most hostile home crowds in the nation doesn’t phase the Bobcats, as they walk into Cornell’s Lynah Rink and sweep the Big Red in an ECAC Quarterfinal Round series. Dan LeFort nets the game-winner in a 1–0 overtime victory in the opener before Ben Nelson’s third-period goal seals a 3–2 win in the second contest. Quinnipiac advances to the ECAC Semifinals for the first time in program history with the series victory. 3/15/07 — Two Bobcats earn year-end honors at the annual ECAC awards banquet. Brandon Wong is selected as the league’s Co-Rookie of the Year and also takes home Third-Team All-League honors. Reid Cashman is named First-Team AllECACHL for the second year in a row.


3/16/07 — The Bobcats blank ECAC regularseason champion St. Lawrence, 4–0, in a league semifinal contest to move to the finals in just their second year in the league.

Bryan Leitch all score in the win.

3/17/07 — Quinnipiac carries a two-goal lead into the third period, but No. 5- nationally ranked Clarkson rallies for a 4–2 victory in the ECAC Tournament final. Reid Cashman, Bud Fisher and Ben Nelson are named to the All-Tournament Team.

12/1/07 — Bobcat freshman Zach Hansen scores the game-winner as Quinnipiac beats No. 18 RPI, 3–2, at the TD Bank Sports Center.

3/20/07 — All-America defenseman Reid Cashman signs a professional contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs organization of the National Hockey League. 3/21/07 — Reid Cashman finishes as the runnerup for the 2007 Walter Brown Award, given annually to the top American-born college hockey player in New England. 4/3/07 — Reid Cashman (Third-Team) and Brandon Wong (Freshman) earn All-America honors from InsideCollegeHockey.com. 4/5/07 — Reid Cashman and Brandon Wong receive year-end honors from United States College Hockey Online. Cashman is named a Second-Team All-American, while Wong is picked for the All-Rookie Team. 4/6/07 — Reid Cashman is named a First-Team All-American by the American Hockey Coaches Association. He becomes the first player in program history to earn First-Team honors from the organization and caps his career as a three-time All-American. 4/11/07 — Reid Cashman and Brandon Wong are recognized by the New England Hockey Writers for their strong play during the 2006–07 season. Wong earns the prestigious George Carens Award, presented annually to the top freshman in New England. Cashman is named First-Team All-New England for the second straight season. 10/16/07 — The Bobcats defeat Bentley College, 3–0, in the Bobcats’ 2007–08 season home opener in front of 2,478 fans at the TD Bank Sports Center. The win is Quinnipiac’s 400th in program history, while Ben Nelson becomes the 25th player in Quinnipiac history to score 100 points. 11/9/07 — Men’s ice hockey defeats a nationally ranked Top 10 team when they upended No. 8 Clarkson, 3–2, at the TD Bank Sports Center. Jamie Bates, Jean-Marc Beaudoin and

11/17/07 — Senior captain Jamie Bates scores his 100th career point in a 4–0 win over Princeton.

12/30/07 — With a pair of wins over Western Michigan (2–1) and host Vermont (4–1), Quinnipiac wins the Sheraton/TD Banknorth Catamount Cup. Bud Fisher is named the Most Valuable Player of the holiday tournament. Dan Travis and Jean-Marc Beaudoin are also named to the All-Tournament Team. 1/19/08 — The Bobcats extend their unbeaten streak to 10 games, their longest in Division I history, with a 5–2 win over Holy Cross. 1/21/08 — Quinnipiac receives its highest national rankings in program history when the team is ranked 12th in the USCHO.com/CSTV Division I Poll, 10th in the InsideCollegeHockey.com Poll and 12th in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll. 2/1/08 — Eric Lampe’s natural hat trick helps Quinnipiac to a 3–2 win over RPI. 2/2/08 — Bryan Leitch becomes the 27th player in QU history to score 100 career points in a 3–3 tie with Union. 2/8/08 — Bryan Leitch, Dan Travis and Brandon Wong each score a goal and add an assist as the Bobcats defeat Yale, 5–1, in front of a TD Bank Sports Center record 4,213 fans. 3/7/08 — David Marshall scores the game-winner in overtime to lead the Bobcats to a 7–6 win over Brown in Game 1 of the ECAC Hockey Tournament First Round. The seven goals are the most scored by a Quinnipiac team in the Bobcats’ three-year history in league tournament play. 3/8/08 — The Bobcats maintain a clean record in ECAC Hockey First Round action, with a 7–1 win over Brown for the series sweep. Quinnipiac extends its first round winning streak to 6–0, having never lost a game in three playoff appearances. The 14 goals against Brown in the series are the most by a Bobcat team in an ECAC playoff series and the most in back-to-back games since Oct. 29 and Nov. 3, 2006, against Union, when Quinnipiac scored 16 times. Quinnipiac’s 14 goals are the most scored in a two-game ECAC playoff

round since 1996, when Cornell scored 16 in defeating Colgate in Quarterfinal action. 10/2/08 — The Quinnipiac University men’s ice hockey team its the first ever “Blades & Shaves” event, raising over $13,000 to support medical research in the fight against children’s cancer. Head Coach Rand Pecknold and his entire team shaved their heads in support of the cause. 11/2/08 — Men’s Ice Hockey Head Coach Rand Pecknold is honored as one of seven coaches and media personalities from the New Haven area to form the inaugural class at the Elm City Legends ceremony. The event raised more than $50,000 to assist families and fund research for the prevention of premature births and birth defects. 12/30/08 — Bryan Leitch earns MVP honors after leading the team to an upset of No. 11 Air Force, 4–2, in the Championship Game of the Toyota UConn Hockey Classic. Freshman goalie Dan Clarke, in his first career start, earns All-Tournament honors after picking up his first career win. David Marshall also recorded his 100th career point. 1/3/09 — Dan Clarke records his first career shutout in a 6–0 win against No. 20 Dartmouth, the second nationally ranked team in as many games for the freshman netminder. Jean-Marc Beaudoin and Bryan Leitch each scored twice for the second consecutive game, marking the first time in Quinnipiac’s Division I history that the same two players scored twice in back-to-back games. 1/5/09 — Following a week that saw Quinnipiac win four games in a span of six days, the Bobcats received votes in two national polls, the USCHO. com/CBS Sports Division I Poll and the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Men’s College Hockey Poll. In both polls, Quinnipiac led the group of other teams receiving votes. 1/5/09 — Bryan Leitch becomes the third player in ECAC Hockey history to be named the ECAC Hockey Player of the Week for the third time in the same season. 1/6/09 — Bryan Leitch is named the Insidecollegehockey.com National Player of the Week. 1/7/09 — Quinnipiac is named the College Hockey News National Team of the Week.

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1/9/09 — National Hockey League pioneer Willie O’Ree is honored at Quinnipiac’s game against ECAC Hockey foe Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. O’Ree was the first African American to play in the NHL.

Hockey Magazine Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Poll ranked Quinnipiac 10th, up three spots from the Bobcats’ first appearance in the poll last week. The USCHO.com Division I poll had Quinnipiac in the ninth spot.

1/13/09 — Bryan Leitch is announced as a candidate for the prestigious Hobey Baker Memorial Award, given each year to the top college hockey player in the nation.

11/29/09 — Men’s ice hockey team jumped to the top spot in USCHO.com’s PairWise Rankings (PWR) following a thrilling 5–4 overtime victory against No. 10 University of Massachusetts in front of sell-out crowd of 3,171 at the TD Bank Sports Center.

2/2/09 — Quinnipiac head coach Rand Pecknold announces the release of his instructional youth hockey book, “Hard Core Hockey.” 3/3/09 — Bryan Leitch is named a participant in the 2009 NCAA Frozen Four Skills Competition. 3/17/09 — Bryan Leitch is named to the ECAC Hockey Second Team. 4/14/09 — Bryan Leitch becomes the first Quinnipiac men’s ice hockey player in school history to lead the nation in scoring after totaling 59 points over 39 games for a 1.51 points per game average. Leitch also led the nation with 47 assists at a 1.21 per game clip. 10/08/09 — Eric Lampe (Madison, Wisc.) scored twice to lead men’s ice hockey to a 4–2 win against nationally-ranked No. 17 Ohio State University in the Bobcats’ season opener at the Value City Arena in Columbus, Ohio. Brandon Wong (Victoria, B.C.) and Scott Zurevinski (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan) added goals for Quinnipiac. 10/9/09 — Dan Clarke (Belleville, Ont.) stopped a career-high 44 shots in goal to help men’s ice hockey complete their two-game sweep of No. 17 Ohio State, 3–1, at the Value City Arena in Columbus, Ohio. 10/13/09 — Men’s ice hockey was announced as the College Hockey News National Team of the Week after the Bobcats swept No. 17 Ohio State University in a two-game series in Columbus, Ohio. Quinnipiac was the first team to receive the honor from College Hockey News this season, while it marked the second time that Quinnipiac had won the award in the last two seasons. 11/23/09 — For the first time in its Division I history, men’s ice hockey was ranked in the top 10 in both major polls. The USA Today/USA

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11/30/09 — With the nation’s best record at 12–1–0 for a .923 winning percentage and a Division I-best eight-game winning streak, men’s ice hockey received its highest ranking in program history, sliding into the No. 4 spot in the USCHO.com Division I Poll, while also receiving seven first-place votes. In the USA Today/ USA Hockey Magazine Poll, the Bobcats moved up from 10th to No. 6, while also receiving one first-place vote. Quinnipiac also sat as the top team in the nation in the PairWise Rankings while also ranking fourth in the INCH Power Rankings. 12/04/09 — Men’s ice hockey goalie Dan Clarke (Belleville, Ont.) was named the Hockey Commissioner’s Association (HCA) Player of the Month for November. Clarke was 7–0–0 to help the Bobcats to a perfect 8–0–0 record for the month while capturing a pair of ECAC Hockey Goalie of the Week awards. He was the only goalie in Division I hockey with a 1.000 winning percentage to date. 12/24/09 — Men’s ice hockey, ranked 8th in the USCHO.com Division I poll and 10th in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll, was featured on NHL.com. NHL.com writer Bob Snow spoke with several Quinnipiac stand-outs, including captain Jean-Marc Beaduoin and leading scorer Brandon Wong as well as Dan Clarke, about the team’s early-season success. 2/08/10 — Men’s ice hockey senior captain Jean-Marc Beadoin (St. Paul, Alb.) was named one of the 10 finalists for the prestigious Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award. The award is given annually to an outstanding senior NCAA studentathlete who excels on and off the ice. 3/5/10 — Seniors Jean-Marc Beaudoin (St. Paul, Alb.) and Eric Lampe (Madison, Wisc.) scored their 100th-career points on the same

goal to help Quinnipiac to a 3–2 win against Dartmouth in the first game of the ECAC Hockey Championship First-Round Series at the TD Bank Sports Center. 3/7/10 — Men’s ice hockey head coach Rand Pecknold became the fourth coach in the history of Quinnipiac Athletics to win 300 career games as the Bobcats defeated Dartmouth, 2–1, to advance to the ECAC Hockey Championship Quarterfinal Round. 03/17/10 — Sophomore Dan Clarke (Belleville, Ont.) was named the ECAC Hockey Goalie of the Week after a record-breaking performance against Union in the ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals. Clarke recorded 73 saves in the Bobcats 3–2 win against Union on Friday, March 12 in the first game of the ECAC Hockey Quarters in what would turn out to be the longest game (150:22) in NCAA history.


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he Quinnipiac Alumni Athletic Hall of Fame was founded in 1976 and currently features 104 members and four teams. Notables include Steven “Turk” Wendell ’89, former major league relief pitcher; Frank “Porky” Vieira ’59, legendary head coach of the University of New Haven baseball team; Burt Kahn, former athletic director and long-time coach at Quinnipiac; Francine Perry Jones, All-American women’s basketball player; and Bernice Borris ’89, former softball star who tossed the first perfect game in school history.

Name Lester Ayala ’91 Michael Barrett ’85 Rick Barry ’95 Tim Belcher ’97 Jim Benson Frank Berretta ’87 Doug Bond ’89 Bernice Borris ’89 Bill Brew Mike Bruno ’62 Bob Bruzik ’83 Richard Buckholz ’88 Michael Buscetto ’93 Lisa Caldwell Linder ’85 Rita Campbell ’86 Joseph Canetti ’61 Catie Canetti ’00 Al Carfora ’80 Patty Caron ’84 Russ Certo ’82 Chris Cerrella ’01 Richard Ciardiello ’87 Maribeth Clifford ’89 Rita Campbell ’86 Joseph D’Andrea ’59 Rosemary DeGrand Doreen DeLucca ’79 Pat DeMaio ’60 Nick DeMaio ’61 Diane Dodge ’89 Phil Donofrio ’62 Harold Driver ’89 Tom Fahy ’63 Jeff Fengler Bob Finn ’59 Dennis Flanagan ’72 Dan Ford ’70 Jim Freund ’82 Bill Fuchs ’70 Joyce Furman Paul Gionfriddo ’71 Harry Godi Dan Gooley ’70 Peter Gray ’87 Stuart Grove ’67 Elmar Habermas ’71 Siegfried Habermas ’70 Jim Hanscom Maria Holland Lou Iannotti ’82 Peter Jepsen ’80 Boyd Johnson ’91 Franklin Johnson ’73 Todd Johnson ’90 Burt Kahn Sue Kaiser ’85 Ed Keane ’61 Mark Krauter ’87 Stephen Kulpa, Jr. ’93 Dr. John L. Lahey Dawn Landino ’91 Roland Lavallee ’01

Sport(s) Basketball Ice Hockey Basketball Baseball Golf Coach Basketball Baseball Softball Soccer Coach Baseball Baseball Ice Hockey Basketball Basketball Basketball Basketball Field Hockey/Lacrosse Basketball Softball Ice Hockey Ice Hockey Ice Hockey Softball Basketball Baseball Coach/Admin. Softball Baseball Baseball Basketball Basketball Basketball Baseball Cross Country Basketball Soccer Baseball Basketball Soccer Basketball Soccer Baseball Coach Baseball Basketball Basketball Soccer Soccer Ice Hockey Basketball Baseball Golf Basketball Basketball Ice Hockey AD/Coach Cross Country Basketball Soccer Baseball President Soccer Cross Country/Track

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Art Leary ’70 Basketball Alicia (Longobardi) Giaimo ’97 Softball Linda LoPresto ’86 Softball Lynn Luca ’86 Softball Bob Lynch ’76 Basketball Maryann Macari ’85 Softball Tuffie Maroon Athletic Director Bill Martin ’81 Baseball Bob Martino ’66 Baseball Fred Masotta ’58 Basketball George McDowell ’72 Basketball Jim McMahon ’65 Golf Bill Mecca Coach/Admin. Carl Miazga ’88 Basketball Cliff Mosley ’73. Basketball Ed Muzyka ’86 Ice Hockey Christina (Nasta) Coan ’93 Volleyball Patrick Nguyen ’97 Tennis Dennis O’Keefe ’69 Basketball Dan O’Neil Baseball Jeff Page ’80 Golf Mike Pagliaro ’79 Basketball William Payne ’89 Basketball Francine Perry Little Basketball Ernie Petruciano Basketball Sharon Polastry ’98 Soccer Jim Potter ’64 Basketball Bob Proto ’61 Golf Mike Quitko Tennis Coach Joseph Reilly ’64 Basketball Julie Ryan (Smith) ’02 Field Hockey Donnalee Savitz ’82 Softball Chuck Schneider ’66 Basketball Bob Serenson Ice Hockey Missy Seymour ’79 Basketball/Softball Mike Siavrakas ’66 Soccer Vin Siena ’86 Baseball Tom Signore ’88 Baseball Queen Smith (Edwards) ’96 Basketball Colleen Speed (Dooley) ’01 Lacrosse Anne Stewart ’85 Tennis Tara (Thibeault) Griffiths ’97 Field Hockey Rich Toni ’66 Baseball Frank Trasaco Baseball Joe Trimarchi ’98 Basketball Dave Tuthill ’65 Basketball Robert Vacca Basketball Bob Valus ’62 Baseball Diane Velky ’82 Basketball Bill Verneris ’82 Ice Hockey Frank “Porky” Vieira ’59 Basketball/Baseball Brian Vincent ’86 Soccer Kimberly (Witteman) Doheny ’95 Soccer Steven “Turk” Wendell ’89 Baseball Linda Wooster Administrator/Athletic Director Bill Zimmer ’74 Soccer Gene Zurolo ’70 Baseball 1965 Quinnipiac Men’s Soccer Team 1972–73 Quinnipiac Men’s Basketball Team 1983 Baseball Team 1983–84 Women’s Basketball Team 1993-94 Women’s Tennis Team 2000 Women’s Soccer Team

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uinnipiac’s learning environment is highly personalized and features small classes and ready access to 310 fulltime faculty members. This environment reflects the University’s commitment to excellence in teaching, support for scholarship and professional development. Tuition for the 2010–11 year is $34,250, and $12,730 for room and board. Through its schools of Business, Communications, Education, Health Sciences and Law, and the College of Arts and Sciences, Quinnipiac offers 72 majors at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Quinnipiac enrolls 5,900 undergraduates and 2,000 graduate and law students. Its School of Law is fully accredited by the American Bar Association. Further, its School of Business is accredited by AACSB International–The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Quinnipiac today is a thriving, three-campus university. The scenic, 250-acre Mount Carmel Campus, adjacent to Sleeping Giant State Park, contains residence halls and academic buildings including the technologically advanced Arnold Bernhard Library and the 125,000-square-foot School of Law Center. The York Hill

Campus, less than a mile away, contains the 185,000-square-foot TD Bank Sports Center, a parking garage, student center and fitness facility and eventually will house 2,000 students in the Crescent residence hall and surrounding townhouses. A third 104-campus in nearby North Haven serves as home to the schools of Health Sciences and Education and is the future home of Quinnipiac’s planned medical school. The 7,900 students attending Quinnipiac come from 26 states and 14 countries. More than 75 percent of the full-time undergraduates live on campus, and the number of alumni has grown to 32,000 undergraduate and nearly 5,400 School of Law alumni who live and work throughout the world. The University consistently ranks among the top regional universities in the North in U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best Colleges issue and was recently ranked first in the category of universities that have made the most promising and innovative changes in academic, faculty, campus or facilities.

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ohn L. Lahey, PhD, is the eighth president of Quinnipiac University. During his 23-year tenure, his leadership has resulted in transformational growth and development across the University: • Increase in endowment from $5 million to more than $224 million. • Increase in student enrollment of about 315 percent, from 1,900 to 7,900 students. • Growth of graduate programs from two to more than 20 today including the acquisition of a new School of Law. • Participation of University athletic teams exclusively at the Division I level. • The creation of nationally and internationally recognized institutes including the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute and the Albert Schweitzer Institute. • The establishment of the Fred Friendly First Amendment Award Luncheon in New York City; and operation of an award-winning, 1000-watt commercial radio station, AM 1220 WQUN. • Expansion to three campuses to meet the needs of the growing undergraduate and graduate population. Since its founding in 1929, Quinnipiac has remained true to its underlying core values of academic excellence, sensitivity to students and a strong sense of community. President John L. Lahey

President’s Cabinet Lynn Bushnell Vice President for Public Affairs Manuel Carreiro Vice President & Dean of Students Richard Ferguson Senior Vice President for Administration Patrick Healy ’66 Senior Vice President for Finance Jean Husted MBA ’99 Vice President/Executive Associate to the President Joan Isaac Mohr Vice President and Dean of Admissions Mark Thompson Senior Vice President for Academic & Student Affairs Donald Weinbach Vice President for Development and Alumni Affairs

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JACK McDONALD Director of Athletics and Recreation Jack McDonald is entering his 16th year as director of athletics and recreation at Quinnipiac University. He and his staff recently celebrated Quinnipiac’s 10th anniversary as an NCAA Division I institution. McDonald has guided Quinnipiac University into a broad-based Division I athletics program that consists of 21 men’s and women’s varsity sports. McDonald has been one of the driving forces during nine successful campaigns as a Division I member. 20 teams have won conference championships, with 15 qualifying for the NCAA Tournament during that time. Along with its full membership in the Northeast Conference, Quinnipiac also competes as a member of ECAC Hockey for men’s and women’s ice hockey. The last three academic years were of equal success for the Bobcats under McDonald’s guidance. Over the past two years, the Bobcats posted their highest department-wide gradepoint averages in concurrent years as well as the largest number of student-athletes with a GPA of 3.0 or higher from one year to the next. In 2006–07 McDonald assisted the University in the grand opening of the TD Bank Sports Center, a 185,000-square-foot facility that cost $60 million to construct. He also helped secure NCAA certification for Quinnipiac, its first since moving to Division I, and assisted in the successful men’s basketball coaching search that culminated with the hiring of former University of Connecticut associate head coach Tom Moore. In addition, nearly 140 student-athletes and five teams were honored by their respective leagues and organizations for academic excellence. An active member of National Governance, McDonald served as president of NACDA’s IAAA Association in 200809. McDonald was also on the NCAA Championships and Competition Cabinet (1998–2002) and chair of the NCAA Ice Hockey Committee, where he championed bracket expansion from 12 to 16 teams. He is also a member of the NACDA’s I-AAA executive committee since 2002. McDonald also was named president of Great Western Lacrosse. He was president of the New England ICAAA, the regional governing body of men’s track and field. Previously, McDonald was on the ECAC board of directors. Over the past few years, McDonald assisted in the development of a successful television, radio and Internet broadcasting package for Quinnipiac athletics. In 2010–11, Quinnipiac will televise 15 games on local and regional outlets and broadcast nearly 200 additional games and sporting events via live radio, audio and/or video

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streaming, YouTube and iTunes podcasts. McDonald and his staff oversaw the expansion and renovation of the Athletic Center in Fall 2002. He found the Athletics Council and instituted “Positive Play” programs with the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (S.A.A.C.). McDonald is a 1973 graduate of Boston College. He earned a master’s degree from Springfield College in 1984. During his college career, McDonald ran and coached track. He was a four time New England Champion and set the New England indoor mile record (4:00.9) in 1976, and as Head Men’s and Women’s Track and Cross Country Coach at Boston College, was selected Big East, New England and NCAA District I Coach of the Year in both 1984 and 1987. McDonald was also inducted to the Boston College (1982) and the Archbishop Williams High School (1997) Hall of Fames. In addition to assisting the University with raising funds for scholarships and facilities, McDonald has overseen fund-raising programs for the Quinnipiac community and charities, as well as raise thousands of dollars in his own community with the Irish Eyes are Miling (Cheshire Relay for Life), Labor Day Movie Night (Petit Family Foundation) and the Gurnet Saquish Beach Run (Gurnet Saquish Fire Fund). A native of Braintree, Mass., McDonald and his wife, Linda, live in Cheshire, Conn., with their four sons: Brian, Jim, Jack and David.

BILL MECCA Senior Associate Athletic Director A member of Quinnipiac’s athletic department since 1978, Bill Mecca is in his tenth year as senior associate athletic director, after being promoted from associate athletic director. In 2008–09, Mecca was inducted into the Quinnipiac University Athletic Hall of Fame. He is responsible for all internal operations of the department, including supervision of scheduling, facilities, game officials, game operations and sports medicine. Mecca has fulfilled a variety of roles in his 33-year tenure at Quinnipiac. From 1978–91, he was an assistant men’s basketball coach, head men’s tennis coach and assistant director of athletics under the legendary Burt Kahn. In 1991, Mecca was named head men’s basketball coach and served five seasons before being promoted to his current role. In addition to his administrative duties, Mecca is the founder of the highly successful Bill Mecca Roundball Golf Tournament, which has generated more than $100,000 in contributions to the athletic department over the past 17 years. Mecca also provides radio and television color analysis for the Quinnipiac men’s and women’s basketball games on AM 1220


WQUN and NESN. A 1978 graduate of Niagara University, Mecca earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration while playing four years of basketball under former Utah Jazz president Frank Layden.

TRACEY FLYNN Associate Athletic Director/ Senior Woman Administrator Tracey Flynn has served as Quinnipiac’s senior woman administrator since September 2001. Flynn is responsible for maintaining the University’s overall NCAA compliance and eligibility program. She oversees all rules education programs, interpretations and procedures of NCAA legislation for Quinnipiac’s 21 Division I programs. In 2007 she was honored with the Quinnipiac Center of Excellence award, given annually to those individuals who best serve the Quinnipiac student body. Flynn came to Quinnipiac from the University of Maine, where she served five years in the same capacity. Prior to her job at Maine, Flynn was an assistant AD/SWA at Fairfield University for nearly 10 years. A graduate of the University of Connecticut, Flynn earned a bachelor’s degree in communications in 1983. She added a master’s degree in education from the University of Connecticut in 1985, and an MBA from Fairfield University in 1997.

ERNIE HALLBACH Associate Athletic Director for Athletic Training Ernie Hallbach joined Quinnipiac prior to the start of the 2007–08 academic year. This past summer, Hallbach was named the associate director for athletic training. Hallbach coordinates Quinnipiac University’s athletic training program and oversees the day-to-day operations of the athletic training department. Hallbach also is responsible for both the men’s and women’s cross country teams. This past summer, Hallbach was named the associate athletic director for athletic training. Prior to Quinnipiac, Hallbach held the title of head athletic trainer at Trinity College in Hartford, Conn. While at Trinity, Hallbach was responsible for the coordination of event and practice coverage for Trinity’s 29 intercollegiate sports. He also served as a clinical instructor for student athletic trainers from the

University of Connecticut. Hallbach oversaw three full-time and two part-time certified athletic trainers and 10 student workers in the Trinity athletic training department. Prior to Trinity, Hallbach was the head athletic trainer at Saint Joseph College in West Hartford, Conn., where he worked from 1993–2000. While at Saint Joseph, Hallbach developed and implemented an athletic training program in conjunction with the start of Saint Joseph’s intercollegiate athletic programs. Hallbach also held the position of athletic trainer for the Eastern Rehabilitation Network in Glastonbury, Conn., from 1992–94. Eastern Rehabilitation Network provided athletic training for three high schools in the Glastonbury area. A graduate assistant athletic trainer at UConn, Hallbach worked primarily with the football and women’s basketball programs from 1990–92. He graduated from UConn in 1989 with a bachelor of science from the School of Education in sports medicine/athletic training. He also received a master of arts from the School of Education at UConn with a concentration in exercise physiology in 1997. Hallbach is a licensed Connecticut athletic trainer while also holding certifications from the National Athletic Trainers Association as both an athletic trainer and an approved clinical instructor. Hallbach also is associated with the Eastern Athletic Trainers Association as well as the New England Small College Athletic Conference Athletic Training Society.

LYNEENE RICHARDSON Assistant Athletic Director/ Academic Support Services Lyneene Richardson begins her fifth year as assistant athletic director/academic support services at Quinnipiac, working closely with nearly 400 student-athletes, monitoring their academic records and eligibility. She also oversees academic programming and support services. Through Richardson’s efforts, the athletics department plays an active role in the Hamden and Greater New Haven communities. Prior to Quinnipiac, Richardson was assistant director of athletic student services CHAMPS/Life Skills coordinator at the University of Minnesota. In addition, she advised the student-athlete advisory board and was responsible for the production of the student-athlete handbook. In 1996, she completed her bachelor’s degree in liberal studies and earned a master’s degree in higher education in 2000, both from the University of Iowa.

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ERIC GRGURICH Executive Director of TD Bank Sports Center Eric Grgurich is in his fifth year as director of athletic promotions and ticketing at Quinnipiac and his first year as the executive director of the TD Bank Sports Center. In this position, he is responsible for all TD Bank Sports Center operations, as well the creation, implementation and cultivation of all ticketing and promotional campaigns for the TD Bank Sports Center. He joined the athletic marketing staff in June 2006 after spending the past eight years working in the American Hockey League. Prior to Quinnipiac, he was the director of ticket sales/operations with the Lowell Lock Monsters. In that role, he led a staff of 12 and developed the 2004–05 ticket sales and marketing campaign. Grgurich also was responsible for the cultivation of season tickets, mini-plans, groups, luxury boxes and party rooms for the Lock Monsters. Grgurich spent two years with the Hartford Wolfpack, the top affiliate of the New York Rangers, after earning his start in professional hockey with the Cincinnati Mighty Ducks. Grgurich is a 1997 graduate of Stonehill College, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in history and was a four-year member of the baseball team.

ANDREW CASTAGNOLA Assistant Athletic Director/Operations Andrew Castagnola is in his fifth year as assistant athletic director/ operations at Quinnipiac. He served as the interim director of operations during the 2005–06 year before being promoted to his current role. He handles all responsibilities pertaining to event and gameday management. After graduating from Quinnipiac with a bachelor’s degree in business marketing in 2003, Castagnola moved into a graduate assistant position in the operations office. He spent two years in that capacity before moving into the interim director of operations position. A four-year member of the Quinnipiac men’s lacrosse team, Castagnola played in goal for the Bobcats from 2000–03. Castagnola also has experience on the coaching front. He served as the goalie coach for the Quinnipiac men’s lacrosse team in 2004. From 2000–03, he was the goalie instructor and an assistant junior varsity coach at Cheshire (Conn.) High School. He is currently pursuing his MBA at Quinnipiac.

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MICHAEL MEDINA Assistant Athletic Director/ Intramurals Michael Medina is in his seventh year as assistant athletic director/ intramurals. Under Medina’s direction, Quinnipiac intramurals has shown an increase in student participation for each of the last four years with the introduction of new sports and increased student interaction. A respected member of the National Intramural Recreation Sports Association (NIRSA), he currently serves as the state director for Connecticut and Rhode Island in Region I. In 2008, he was honored with the Horace Moody Award by NIRSA. Previously, he was a committee member in the Sports Officials Development Program for Flag Football, a national committee that focuses on improving training techniques for student officials. Members of this committee go to the Flag Football National Championships to evaluate student officials. Medina arrived at Quinnipiac after previous stints at Northeastern University and the University of Maryland. During that time, he was a two-time AllAmerican official in both flag football and basketball. A certified high school official in basketball and baseball, Medina also has an extensive journalism background. He earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Maryland in 2002. While at Maryland, he called the action for the 2002 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship between the Terrapins and Indiana on radio for WMUC.

He also earned a master’s degree in journalism from Northeastern in 2004.

TAMI REILLY Assistant Athletic Director for Fitness & Wellness Tami Reilly is in her eighth year as the assistant athletic director/fitness center. She is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the fitness center, recreation programming and campus wellness. Reilly arrived at Quinnipiac after playing a key role in the development of the Unique Fitness for Women facility in Wallingford, Conn. In 2010, she was honored with the Quinnipiac Center of Ecellence Award, given to individuals who best serve the Quinnipiac student body. Reilly holds certifications and memberships in American Red Cross Adult CPR, ACE (personal trainer), AFAA (personal trainer and group fitness instructor), NEDITA (group fitness instructor), ISCA (kickbox-


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ALYSSA BUDKOFSKY Assistant Athletic Director for Men’s Basketball Academic Support Alyssa Budkofsky was promoted to the assistant athletic director for men’s basketball academic support services this past summer. Budkofsky is now in her fourth year at Quinnipiac in that role. Since her arrival at Quinnipiac, the team has seen consistent improvements with its Academic Progress Rate (APR) as well as its individual grade-point averages. Budkofsky came to Quinnipiac from George Washington University in Washington, D.C., where she served as the academic support assistant in the Department of Athletics. While at GW, Budkofsky’s responsibilities included academic advising and monitoring of the academic success of 80 of George Washington’s studentathletes. She also was heavily involved with class registration and orientation of all incoming student-athletes. In addition to her academic advising responsibilities, Budkofsky worked with the compliance director to ensure NCAA eligibility.

BOB TIPSON Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance Coordination

Burlington, Vt., where he served as the head coach of the men’s basketball team for 34 years. In addition, he held a variety of administrative roles in the athletic department, including director of athletics from 1969 through 1990. In 2003, Tipson completed his coaching career at Champlain with a 704-265 record. A 12-time Region III Coach of the Year, Tipson guided the program to nine regional championships, and five national tournament appearances, as well as the No. 3 national ranking in 1990. In 2001, he was inducted into the National Junior College Basketball Hall of Fame and was part of the inaugural class of the New England Basketball Hall of Fame in 2002. Tipson has been extensively involved in the National Junior College Basketball Coaches Association, USA Basketball and the NJCAA/USA All-Star program. Tipson earned an associate’s degree from Champlain in 1966, a bachelor’s degree from Plymouth State in 1968 and a master of education from Saint Michael’s in 1975.

AMY TERRY Coordinator for Financial Services Amy Terry begins her seventh year as coordinator for financial services in athletics, in charge of overseeing all the financial transactions and allocation of funds for the athletics department. Terry has been a long-standing member of the Quinnipiac community. She graduated from the University in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in management and in 2002 earned an MBA with a concentration in accounting, also from Quinnipiac. Terry has worked for the University in numerous capacities over the past 12 years. She was an accounting assistant from 1998 to 2000 and a staff accountant from 2000–03 before accepting the position of coordinator for financial services.

Bob Tipson was promoted this past summer to assistant athletic director for compliance coordination after serving as the assistant compliance coordinator since 2007. Tipson came to Quinnipiac in 2003, when he served as the assistant basketball coach for the Bobcats through the 2007 season. In this current role, Tipson is involved in all aspects of recruiting for Quinnipiac’s 21 varsity teams in addition to the compilation of each team’s rosters. Tipson came to Quinnipiac from Champlain College in

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Athletics Staff

Cemi Abreu Assistant Athletic Trainer

Scott Burrell Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Danie Caro Women’s Lacrosse Head Coach

Dave Clarke Women’s Soccer Head Coach

Eric Eaton Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Dan Gooley Baseball Head Coach

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Tricia Fabbri Women’s Basketball Head Coach

Beth Griswold TD Bank Sports Center Coordinator

Matthew Calcagni Athletics Ticket Manager

Eric Da Costa Men’s Soccer Head Coach

David Caprio Group Ticket Sales and Promotion Manager

Becky Carlson Women’s Rugby Head Coach

Sean Doherty Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Sean Duffy Faculty Athletic Representative

Brian Fairbrother Assistant Athletic Trainer

Germaine Fairchild Softball Head Coach

Eric Fekete Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach

John Iati Director of Men’s Basketball Operations

Becca Kohli Field Hockey Head Coach

Lori Landino Sec. to Men’s and Women’s Basketball Programs


Mountain Macgillivray Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Connie Mancini Sec. to Director of Athletics and Recreation

Carolyn Martin Men’s and Women’s Cross Country; Women’s Track Head coach

Meghan McCaffrey Assistant Athletic Trainer

Jennifer Mead Associate Athletic Trainer

Tom Moore Men’s Basketball Head Coach

John O’Connor Women’s Golf Head Coach

Gerry Olinger Director of Women’s Basketball Operations

Lorraine Onofrio Sec. to Men’s and Women’s Ice Hockey Programs

Adam Pallone Assistant Athletic Trainer

Brijesh Patel Strength and Conditioning Head Coach

Rand Pecknold Men’s Ice Hockey Head Coach

Mary Ann Powers Acrobatics and Tumbling Head Coach

Helen Ridley Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Bill Riga Men’s Ice Hockey Assistant Coach

Harry Rosenholtz Women’s Ice Hockey Associate Head Coach

Tanya Quaresma Assistant Athletic Trainer

Jamie Schilkowski Head Equipment Manager

Mike Quitko Men’s and Women’s Tennis Head Coach

Rick Seeley Women’s Ice Hockey Head Coach

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Robin Lamott Sparks Women’s Volleyball Head Coach

Ben Syer Men’s Ice Hockey Associate Head Coach

Cassandra Turner Women’s Ice Hockey Assistant Coach

Anne Balogh • Alumni Kevin Basmadjian • Assistant Professor of Education Tania Blyth • Clinical Assistant Professor of Diagnosic Imaging Alyssa Budkofsky Assistant AD/Men’s Basketball Academic Support (Ex-Officio) Lisa Burns • Associate Professor of Media Studies Andrew Delohery • Director Academic Affairs/Learning Center Sean Duffy (FAR) Associate Professor of Political Science/NCAA Faculty Athletic Representative Richard Ferguson Science Vice President for Administration

Danielle Wexler Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Keith Kerr Keith • Assistant Professor of Sociology Carla Knowlton • Director of Admissions Alexander Laskin Assistant Professor Communication/Public Relations Dorothy Lauria Registrar Information and Technology Jill Martin (Vice-Chair) Professor (Faculty-Senate Liaison) Arts & Sciences Angela Mattie • Assistant Professor Business Jack McDonald • Director of Athletics & Recreation (Ex-Officio) John Morgan • Professor of Law (Faculty-Senate Liaison)

Tracey Flynn Associate Athletic Director/ Senior Women’s Administrator (Ex-Officio)

Ed O’Connor • Dean, School of Health Sciences

Alicia Giaimo Longobardi Clinical Instructor for Diagnostic Imaging

Jacob Cetera • Student-Athlete SAAC

Richard Hanley (Chair) • Assistant Professor Communications Mark Hoffman Mark • Professor Arts & Sciences Suzanne Hudd • Associate Professor of Sociology

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Joanne Vignola Department Secretary

Jacinda Dunbar • Student-Athlete SAAC

Lyneene Richardson • Assistant Athletic Director (Ex-Officio) Kathy Simione • Associate Professor of Accounting Angela Skyers • Director of University Academic Programs


Athletics Year in Review

The 2009-10 athletic season produced another outstanding year for Quinnipiac athletics as 14 of its 20 varsity teams qualified for post season play, with the women’s cross country and the men’s tennis teams winning the Northeast Conference Championships. Women’s cross country took home its fifth consecutive NEC Championship while men’s tennis advanced to the NCAA Tournament. Men’s soccer, men’s basketball and women’s lacrosse all played in the NEC Championship games as well. Individually, Quinnipiac had over 30 all-conference team selections, while field hockey’s Jenna Grossman won the NEC Goalkeeper of the Year award, men’s soccer’s Freddy Hall was named as the NEC First Team Goaltender, the equivalent of the Goalie of the Year, women’s soccer’s Jillian Strassner took home NEC Rookie of the Year honors, men’s basketball’s Justin Rutty was named NEC, CollegeInsider.com and Connecticut 6 Player of the Year, while Tom Moore also took home Coach of the Year honors. Men’s ice hockey’s Jean-Marc Beaudoin was the University’s first top 10 finalist for the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award and Mike Atkinson was awarded the New England Hockey Writers Association’s Joe Tomasello Unsung Hero Award. Women’s ice hockey’s Victoria Vigilanti was named to the All-ECAC Hockey First Team after also winning the ECAC Hockey Rookie and Goalie of the Year awards, while Rick Seeley also took home Coach of the Year honors. Women’s lacrosse’s Kaitlyn Kelley won Defensive Player of the Year honors and softball’s Alex Alba took home the NEC Rookie of the Year award. In the end, it was Rutty and women’s lacrosse senior Katie Latonick taking home Quinnipiac Athlete of the Year honors. Quinnipiac’s men’s cross country team was picked to win the NEC Championship in the Preseason Coaches Poll. The team placed second at the NEC Championships, with three runners finishing in the top 15 to earn All-NEC honors. They also finished 18th out of 36 teams at the NCAA Northeast Regional. The women’s cross country team proved the NEC Preseason Coaches Poll correct as it won its record-breaking fifth consecutive NEC title. The Bobcats also finished 13th out of 35 teams at NCAA Northeast Regional hosted by Boston University. Field hockey clinched the third seed in the Northeast Conference Tournament, playing in the postseason bracket for the second straight season. The Bobcats were also honored with the NEC Team Sportsmanship Award. The men’s soccer team reached new heights in 2009, advancing to the NEC Tournament Championship Game for the first time in program history. The Bobcats also ascended to the No. 2 spot in the NSCAA North Atlantic Regional Rankings. The team was honored with the NEC Team Sportsmanship Award. The women’s soccer team turned in yet another solid season, advancing to the Northeast Conference Tournament Semifinals. The Bobcats clinched the berth behind a hat trick from Furtuna

Velaj and a stellar eight-save performance by freshman Biz Cook in the playoff-clinching win against Robert Morris. The women’s team also was honored with the NSCAA Team Academic Award. The women’s volleyball team was honored by the NEC and the AVCA with the Team Academic Award as the Bobcats posted a team GPA of 3.61. On the court, Quinnipiac posted a winning record in five-set matches, while several individuals reached new personal highs. With their backs to the wall, the women’s basketball team won its last three regular-season games to clinch a berth in the NEC Tournament for the 10th consecutive season. The team finished the year as the top rebounding team in the NEC, while ranking second in free-throw percentage. The men’s basketball program reached new heights, breaking the University record for wins in a season (23). The Bobcats won their first Northeast Conference Regular-Season Championship, while also advancing to the 2009-10 NEC Tournament Championship Game, held at Quinnipiac’s TD Bank Sports Center. In addition, Quinnipiac was one of just 11 Division I teams to go undefeated at home in the regular season, posting a 12-0 record on Lender Court, as well as 16-0 in the state of Connecticut.The Bobcats went on to make their first national postseason appearance when they traveled to Blackburg, Va., to take on Virginia Tech in the first round of the National Invitation Tournament (NIT). Men’s ice hockey had a promising start to the season, winning 12 of their first 13 games on its way to its highest national ranking (fourth in both major polls) in program history. Quinnipiac once again hosted and won an ECAC Hockey first-round series to advance to the quarterfinals, where they won the longest game in NCAA college hockey history, a five-overtime thriller that resulted in a 2-1 win against Union.

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The women’s ice hockey team had one of the biggest turn-arounds in college hockey history, winning 19 games in head coach Rick Seeley’s second season. The Bobcats also were ranked for the first time in program history after hosting an ECAC Hockey First Round Series for the first time in program history. The women’s indoor track team saw continued success as Morgan Roche and Becca White both qualified for the ECAC Championships in their individual events. The team placed seventh at the Northeast Conference Championships with 31 team points. Baseball’s highlight of the season was a comeback win against Yale, capped off by a three-run homer by Brian Monack in the bottom of the ninth. The Bobcats put a run together down the stretch, but unfortunately fell just short of the NEC Tournament. Men’s lacrosse opened the year with wins in four of its first five games, including four straight. The Bobcats also picked up a win at Air Force and led Ohio State until the closing minutes of regulation. The team has three games remaining, including two at home to close out the regular season. Softball was picked to finish fifth of 11 teams in the 2009 Northeast Conference Preseason Coaches’ Poll. The Bobcats clinched the fourth seed in the NEC Tournament, ultimately losing in two games. The Bobcats posted an 8-1 season in the NEC, including eight straight wins to clinch the No. 2 seed in the NEC Tournament. The Bobcats eight wins in the NEC are a program high, while Kaitlyn Kelly earned NEC Defensive Player of the Year honors.

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The men’s tennis team won its fourth Northeast Conference Championship in the last seven years to advance to the NCAA Tournament. Quinnipiac avenged regular-season losses to Fairleigh Dickinson and Sacred Heart in the tournament, who they lost to early in the season. Charlie Feldman won the final match of the tournament to send the Bobcats to the NCAA Tournament. The women’s tennis team locked in the No. 3 seed in the Northeast Conference Tournament where they advanced to the semifinals. Team MVP Adrienne Markison went 17-4 on the season including a 13-2 mark at No. 3 singles. The women’s outdoor track team has competed in four events to date, with Andrea Szarkowicz winning the steeple chase at the Monmouth University season-opener and the University of New Hampshire Invitational. The competitive cheer team competed for the first time as a varsity sport in 2009-10. The team hosted its inaugural event on Dec. 3 before hosting its first competition on Feb. 28. The Bobcats won the All-New England Open and the USA Wildcat and Dance Challenge before finishing first at the NECA Championship. They also finished third at the NCA College Nationals.

Men's Hockey Media Guide 2010  

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