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The 2010-11 Purple Knights

Back Row (L-R): Brady Earle, Marc-Olivier Sauriol, Dan Pelletier, Alex Davidson, Tim McAuliffe, Nic McIntyre, Michael Jangro, Colby MacDonald, Rich Rodeschini, Ryan Arsenault, Justin Castagna Middle Row (L-R): Sam Torney, Josh Geary, Connor Logan, Dan Evarts, Petr Soustal, Nick Sheehan, Matt Rigtrup, Reave MacKinnon, Kevin Lampron, Morgan Bell, Ryan MacDonald Front Row (L-R): Mike Dizgun, Brian McWade, Tully LaBelle-Hamer, Fran Briand, Chris Davidson, Alex Higgins, Rocky Romanella, Carl Lozon, Glenn Belmore, Brendan Rimmer, Eric McGuirk No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 47

Player Brian McWade Connor Logan Colby MacDonald Dan Evarts Sam Torney Kevin Lampron Alex Higgins (C) Justin Castagna Reave MacKinnon Fran Briand Ryan MacDonald Morgan Bell Tim McAuliffe Glenn Belmore Matt Rigtrup (A) Ryan Arsenault Josh Geary Michael Jangro Brendan Rimmer Nick Sheehan (A) Nic McIntyre Rich Rodeschini Dan Pelletier Marc-Olivier Sauriol Brady Earle Petr Soustal Tully LaBelle-Hamer Alex Davidson Mike Dizgun Eric McGuirk

Cl. Sr. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. So. So. So.

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

Ht. 5-10 5-11 5-9 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-10 5-7 6-2 5-7 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-3 5-7 6-0 5-11 6-4 6-3 5-11 5-9 5-9 5-9 5-7 6-3 6-2 5-11 5-9 5-11

Wt. 170 195 175 210 185 185 175 190 200 180 180 200 175 220 185 165 185 180 195 200 185 170 190 160 170 185 200 190 170 175

Hometown/Previous Team Franklin, Mass./Xaverian Brothers Shelburne, Vt./Saint Anselm Byfield, Mass./The Gunnery School Hinesburg, Vt./Green Mountain Glades (EJHL) Shelburne, Vt./Bridgewater Bandits (EJHL)/Berkshire School Dorchester, Mass./Bridgewater Bandits (EJHL) Phoenix, Ariz./Kent School Los Alamitos, Calif./Los Angeles Kings (AAA) Winnipeg, Man./Winnipeg Saints (MJHL) South Burlington, Vt./Loomis Chaffee School Darien, Conn./Berkshire School Revelstoke, B.C./Saint Alberts Saints (AJHL) North Reading, Mass./Vermont Academy Cornwall, Ont./Wellington Dukes/Univ. of Maine Montclair, N.J./Pickering Panthers (OPJHL) Reading, Mass./New Hampton School Wellesley, Mass./Phillips Andover Academy Reading, Mass./Valley Warriors (EJHL) Newbury, Mass./Pingree School Potsdam, N.Y./Cornwall Colts (CJAHL) Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Que./Kent School Hopewell Junction, N.Y./Canterbury School Sutton, Mass./South Kent School Montreal, Que./Stanstead College Columbia, Md./The Gunnery School Unicov,Czech Republic/Gymnazium Unicov/Quinnipiac Fairbanks, Alaska/Alaska Avalanche (NAHL) South Burlington, Vt./Saint Paul’s School Kirkland, Que./OCN Blizzard (MJHL) Rehoboth, Mass./Bridgewater Bandits (EJHL)

Head Coach: Chris Davidson M’06 (Saint Michael’s ’99), Fourth Season Assistant Coaches: Rocky Romanella (Delaware ’10), First Season; Carl Lozon Captain: Alex Higgins Assistant Captains: Matt Rigtrup, Nick Sheehan Athletic Trainers: Jim Murdock, Jessica Moore, Whitney Grennon

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Saint Michael’s Men’s Hockey Table of Contents

Head Coach ............................................................Chris Davidson ’99 Career Record (yrs.) ..............................................................30-46-6 (3) Record at Saint Michael’s ..........................................................30-46-6 Office Phone......................................................................802.654.2551 E-mail Address..................................................cdavidson@smcvt.edu Assistant Coach ..........................................................Rocky Romanella Office Phone......................................................................802.654.2504 E-mail Address.................................................rromanella@smcvt.edu 2009-10 Overall Record ..............................................................7-17-3 2009-10 NE-10 Record/Place ..............................3-1-1/3rd out of 6 2009-10 ECAC East Record/Place..................3-13-3/9th out of 10 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ....................................................17/10 All-time varsity record..........................................................294-354-27 Home Rink ....................................Cairns Arena (South Burlington)

20010-11 Roster ................................. ..................Inside Front Cover This is Saint Michael’s College..................... ..................................... 2 The Northeast-10 Conference .......................... ............................... 3 The Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference ....... ......................... 4 Head Coach Chris Davidson ............................................................ 5 Assistant Coaches ............................................................................... 6 2010-11 Opponents ......................................... ...............................7-9 2010-11 Season Outlook ................................... .........................10-11 Meet the Purple Knights ................................... .........................12-20 2009-10 Results ..................................... .............................................21 2009-10 Statistics ............................................ ..................................22 NCAA Champions........................................................................23-24 Historical Information .................................... .................................25 Individual and Team Records and Honors...............................26-28 Year-by-Year Results ....................................... ............................29-31 2009-10 Box Scores ...................................... ..............................32-36 All-Time Roster ............................................................................39-40 President John J. Neuhauser ............................................................41 Athletic Administration .............................. ......................................42 Sports Medicine ............................................ ....................................43 Athletic Support .................................................................................44 Facilities ......................... ........................................Inside Back Cover 2010-11 Schedule .... ..........................................................Back Cover

Sports Information

Finding Out More About Saint Michael’s College

Sports Information Director ..........................................Seth Cole ’01 Office Phone......................................................................802.654.2537 Office Fax ..........................................................................802.654.2497 E-mail ........................................................................scole2@smcvt.edu Sports Information Intern...................................Tony Bonvechio ’10 E-Mail...............................................................abonvechio@smcvt.edu Web site..................................................http://www.smcathletics.com Mailing Address................................................................SMC Box 258 ..................................................Tarrant Center, Colchester, Vt., 05439

Check Out Our Web Site! Fans can access a wide array of information on the official site for Purple Knights athletics, including up-to-date news, rosters, schedules and team stats. For the most complete information on all 21 Saint Michael’s sports, log onto http://www.smcathletics.com.

Saint Michael’s General Information Location ..........................................................................Colchester, Vt. Founded ............................................................................................1904 Enrollment ......................................................................................1,900 President ........................................................................JackNeuhauser Alma Mater ........................................................Manhattan College ’64 Athletic Director ..........................................Geri Knortz Ed.D. M’05 Alma Mater ............................................................SUNY-Cortland ’74 Affiliations ..................................................NCAA Division II/ECAC Conference ........................................................................Northeast-10 Nickname ........................................................................Purple Knights School Colors ..............................................................Purple and Gold

Men’s Hockey

Support Staff NCAA Faculty Athletic Representative ................Dr. Dave Landers Senior Associate Athletic Director ............................Zaf Bludevich Associate Athletic Director .............................Chris Kenny’86 M ’98 Head Athletic Trainer ......................................................Jim Murdock Assistant Athletic Trainer................................................Jessica Moore Administrative Assistant ......................................................Stacey Peet Office Coordinator ..........................................................Mary Moreau Equipment Manager............................................................Jon Milazzo Athletic Facilities Director....................................Meggan Dulude ’07 Athletic Department Phone ............................................802.654.2500

The 2010-11 Saint Michael’s College men’s hockey media guide was written, edited and designed by Sports Information Intern Tony Bonvechio. Photography by Shane Bufano and Tony Bonvechio. Assistance by Harrison Antognioni ’12. For further information, contact the Saint Michael’s Sports Information Office at 802.654.2537 or scole2@smcvt.edu. On front cover (L-R): Seniors Nick Sheehan, Alex Higgins and Matt Rigtrup On back cover: The Purple Knights celebrate after a goal.

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Call The Saint Michael’s College Athletic Hotline - The sports information office manages a 24-hour sports hotline with game scores and recaps. The service is updated as soon as possible following contests, usually within one hour of completion. The Hotline can be accessed by dialing 802.654.2SMC. Visit The Northeast-10 Web Site - The Northeast-10 Conference produces one of the top conference Web sites in the country and offers comprehensive information on all 23 league sports. To learn more about Saint Michael’s and its NE-10 opponents, log onto http://www.northeast10.org.

Directions to Cairns Arena in South Burlington, Vt. From New Hampshire, Boston, and points east: Take I-89 North to Exit 14E (South Burlington) and take first right onto Dorset Street. Follow Dorset through eight lighted intersections, under a bridge, and take left at the ninth light at top of the hill. Take first left for Cairns Arena. From Montreal and points north: Take I-89 South to Exit 14 (South Burlington) and take first right onto Dorset Street. Follow Dorset Street directions above. From New York, New Jersey and points west: Follow I-87 North to Exit 20 (Whitehall/Ft. Ann). Follow Route 149 to Route 4 North into Vermont. Take Fair Haven exit and a left onto Route 22A North. Take left onto Route 7 North. Just before the I-189 Exit in South Burlington, take a right onto Swift Street (Denny’s Restaurant on corner). At lighted intersection with Dorset Street, stay straight and take left into Cairns Arena parking area.

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This Is Saint Michael’s College Saint Michael’s College, one of the nations Best Liberal Arts Colleges in the 2008 U.S. News and World Report rankings and one of The Princeton Review’s Best 368 Colleges, is a Catholic liberal arts college committed to creating a life-changing educational experience for students from throughout New England, the nation and the world. Saint Michael’s involves 1,900 undergraduate students in an oncampus residential community characterized by lifelong volunteer service, global perspectives and exceptional teaching in traditional arts and sciences, as well as contemporary fields of study. The College is situated on 440 scenic acres overlooking Burlington and Lake Champlain, with superlative views of Vermont’s Green Mountains. The Saint Michael’s community is further enriched by approximately 500 graduate students and 200 international students in the College’s School of International Studies, one of the nation’s oldest intensive English language institutes. A vibrant campus experience encompasses everything from sports to academic enrichment, to the fine and performing arts, to the unique international character of the college. Saint Michael’s is known as a terrific place for students who want to make the world a better place, as service to the community and to all humankind is a vibrant part of student life, reflecting the heritage of service of the Edmundite priests who founded Saint Michael’s--the one and only Edmundite college in the world--in 1904. Today, more than 70 percent of the student body actively pursues community service projects through Mobilization of Volunteer Efforts (M.O.V.E.), reflecting a unique passion for social justice issues on campus. With nearly 100 percent of undergraduates living on campus, residential life is designed to enable academic pursuits, co-curricular

Burlington, Vermont “The Nation’s Most Livable City” Located in the northwest corner of beautiful Vermont, Burlington is the state’s largest city with a population of approximately 50,000 people, a number that more than doubles when you add the surrounding towns. Burlington is a thriving community that has just the right combination of cultural activities, great food, shopping, and outdoor pursuits. A&E Television called Burlington the country’s No. 1 city in its “Top Ten Cities To Have It All” poll. Church Street, the city’s downtown marketplace and epicenter of all Burlington has to offer, has been rated as one of America’s “Great American Main Streets” by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Below are some of the honors “the Queen City” was honored within the last several years by various publications and organizations.

Burlington’s Honors #1 City to Have it All #1 Place for Outdoor Sports Best Standard of Living in U.S. Least Stressful Metro Area Awarded “Dream Team” Status In the Safest State in the Nation One of the Best Retirement Areas in U.S. Sixth-Best “Family-Friendly” Place in U.S. One of the Top-10 Places to Raise a Family An Outstanding Get-Away Location in the Northeast

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The Princeton Review features Saint Michael’s in its 2009 edition of “Best 368 Colleges”, the fourth straight year Saint Michael’s has earned this distinction. activities, and the pure enjoyment of the college years and the Vermont experience to converge in a total Saint Michael’s College experience. The Tarrant Recreation Center and Ross Sports Center form the epicenter for athletic and recreational activities on campus. The College offers 21 intercollegiate sports that compete at the NCAA Division II level with all but four teams participating in the highly competitive Northeast-10 Conference, the second-largest Division II conference in the nation. For students who are looking for something slightly less competitive, there is a wide variety of club and intramural sports such as rugby, basketball, softball and even table tennis. Our acclaimed Wilderness Program also bring students into the great Vermont outdoors for adventure sports and survival training, from beginner to advanced certification levels. Saint Michael’s is home to Greater Burlington’s only Actor’s Equity professional summer theater, the Saint Michael’s Playhouse. On North Campus at historic Fort Ethan Allen, the Elley-Long Music Center at Saint Michael’s College is headquarters for the Vermont Youth Orchestra Association and provides rehearsal and performance space for the Vermont Mozart Festival. In recent years Saint Michael’s students and professors have received Rhodes, Woodrow Wilson, Guggenheim, Fulbright, National Science Foundation and other grants, and Saint Michael’s professors have been named Vermont Professor of the Year in four of the last eight years.

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The Northeast-10 Conference Currently in its third decade, the Northeast-10 Conference has established itself as one of the premier all-around NCAA Division II conferences in the nation. The conference is comprised of 16 northeastern colleges and universities: six from Massachusetts, four from New York, three from New Hampshire, two from Connecticut, and one from Vermont (Saint Michael’s). Founded in 1980 as the Northeast-7, the NE-10 has seen many changes in recent years, most notably when the league expanded from 10 to 15 institutions for the 2000-01 academic year. Franklin Pierce University, the University of Massachusetts Lowell, the College of Saint Rose, Southern Connecticut State University and Southern New Hampshire University were all added to the league that season. In 2008-09, the University of New Haven replaced Bryant University, which moved up to NCAA Division I, and this year, Adelphi University became the conference’s 16th member, tied for the most in Division II. The NE-10 men’s ice hockey schedule is comprised of five games, with each school playing its conference opponents once. The season is capped off by a six-team conference tournament, with the top two teams in the regular season standings earning byes into the semifinals. Conference champions are also crowned in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey, football, men’s golf, men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, men’s and women’s tennis and women’s volleyball.

2009-10 Northeast-10 Season Wrap Up NE-10 Institution Pts NE-10 GF/GA Saint Anselm*^ 9 4-0-1 32/12 Assumption 7 8-2-1 46/38 Saint Michael’s 7 3-1-1 27/14 Franklin Pierce 3 4-6-1 41/47 Stonehill 2 2-9-0 35/58 So. New Hampshire 2 3-6-2 34/47 * NE-10 Regular Season Champion ^ NE-10 Tournament Champion 2010 NE-10 Tournament Player of the Year: Quarterfinals February 27 #6 So. New Hampshire 5 #3 Saint Michael’s 7 #5 Stonehill 5 #4 Franklin Pierce 4 (OT) Semifinals March 3 #5 Stonehill 3 #1 Saint Anselm 5 #2 Assumption 5 #3 Saint Michael’s 1 Championship March 6 #2 Assumption 1 #1 Saint Anselm 10

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Pat O’Kane, Assumption and Coleman Noonan, Saint Anselm Freshman of the Year: Roscoe Sweeney, Franklin Pierce Defensive Player of the Year: Matt Rigtrup, Saint Michael’s Goaltender of the Year: Alex Wyse, Saint Anselm Coach of the Year: Lance Brady, Assumption All-Conference First Team Taylor Larsen, Assumption Pat O’Kane, Assumption Anthony Chighisola, Franklin Pierce Coleman Noonan, Saint Anselm Kevin Glanzman, Assumption Matt Rigtrup, Saint Michael’s Alex Wyse, Saint Anselm All-Conference Second Team Pat Fitzgibbons, Assumption Roscoe Sweeney, Franklin Pierce Tucker Mullin, Saint Anselm Peter Roundy, Stonehill Ryan Holley, Saint Anselm Tim Geverd, Saint Michael’s Nick Blanchette, Assumption All-Rookie Team Keven Meehan, Assumption Roscoe Sweeney, Franklin Pierce Tim King, Saint Anselm Tucker Mullin, Saint Anselm Mike Dizgun, Saint Michael’s Dana Borges, Stonehill Christopher Gorovitz, Stonehill

Northeast-10 Conference Members Adelphi University......................................................Garden City, N.Y. American International College................................Springfield, Mass. Assumption College ....................................................Worcester, Mass. Bentley University ..........................................................Waltham, Mass. Franklin Pierce University ................................................Rindge, N.H. Le Moyne College ............................................................Syracuse, N.Y. Univ. of Massachusetts Lowell ........................................Lowell, Mass. Merrimack College ............................................North Andover, Mass. University of New Haven....................................... ..West Haven, Conn. Pace University............................................................Pleasantville, N.Y. Saint Anselm College ................................................Manchester, N.H. Saint Michael’s College....................................................Colchester, Vt. The College of Saint Rose ................................................Albany, N.Y. Southern Connecticut State Univ. ........................New Haven, Conn. Southern New Hampshire Univ. ..............................Manchester, N.H. Stonehill College ....................................................South Easton, Mass.

Overall Overall Pct. GF/GA 15-11-1 .574 113/91 15-11-1 .574 101/103 7-17-3 .315 81/115 7-15-2 .333 77/103 10-16-1 .389 89/113 5-15-3 .283 72/116

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2010-11 Northeast-10 Men’s Ice Hockey Preseason Coaches Poll Institution Pts. 2009-10 Record Saint Anselm (5) 25 4-0-1 Assumption 19 8-2-1 Saint Michael’s (1) 18 3-1-1 Stonehill 12 2-9-0 So. New Hampshire 9 3-6-2 Franklin Pierce 7 4-6-1

(First Place Votes in Parentheses)

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The Eastern College Athletic Conference The ECAC East men’s ice hockey schedule is comprised of 2009-10 ECAC East Season Wrap Up 19 games, with each school playing everyone in the ECAC East and ECAC East Overall the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Institution Pts ECAC GF/GA Record GF/GA 34 16-1-2 91/29 26-1-4 147-43 once. The 10 NESCAC institutions that compete in men’s ice hockey 1. Norwich * ^ Babson 19 9-9-1 57/42 14-12-2 87/67 include: Amherst, Bowdoin, Colby, Connecticut College, Hamilton, 2. Saint Anselm 19 9-9-1 64/70 15-11-1 113/91 Middlebury, Trinity, Tufts, Wesleyan and Williams. Because of their 4. Castleton 17 7-9-3 58/49 9-12-5 80/86 Southern Maine 17 7-9-3 51/66 10-13-3 79/93 status as NCAA Division II institutions, Saint Michael’s and Saint 6. Skidmore 16 7-10-2 60/60 9-16-2 80/97 Anselm are ineligible to compete in the ECAC East Tournament. 7. New England College 14 6-11-2 57/70 11-14-2 87/92 Mass-Boston 14 6-11-2 53/72 10-13-2 79/84 Castleton State made its debut in ECAC East beginning in 2004-05. 9. Saint Michael’s 9 10. Univ. of New England 4

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48/86 34/89

7-17-3 3-22-0

81/115 43/115

*ECAC East Regular Season Champion ^Tournament Champion

Player of the Year: Coleman Noonan, Saint Anselm

2010 ECAC East Tournament Quarterfinals February 27 #8 University of New England 1 #1 Norwich 8 #7 Mass-Boston 2 #2 Babson 4 #6 New England College 6 #3 Castleton 1 #5 Skidmore 6 #4 Southern Maine 3

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2010-11 ECAC East Men’s Ice Hockey Preseason Coaches Poll 2009-10 Institution Pts. ECAC East Record Norwich (9) 99 16-1-2 Babson (1) 83 9-9-1 Saint Anselm 73 9-9-1 Castleton 66 7-9-3 Skidmore 57 7-10-2 Southern Maine 56 7-9-3 New England College 50 6-11-2 Mass.-Boston 31 6-11-2 Saint Michael’s 24 3-13-3 University of New England 11 2-17-0 (First place votes in parentheses)

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Semifinals March 5 #6 New England College 1 #1 Norwich 3 #5 Skidmore 0 #2 Babson 3

Goalie of the Year: Ryan Klingensmith, Norwich Rookie of the Year: Kyle Thomas, Norwich Coach of the Year: Mike McShane, Norwich University All-Conference First Team F - Coleman Noonan, Jr., Norwich F - Blake Forkey, Fr., Norwich F - Chad Anderson, Jr., Norwich D - Paul Conter, Jr., Southern Maine D - Eric Tallent, Sr., Norwich G - Ryan Klingensmith, Sr., Norwich All-Conference Second Team F - Terry Woods, Jr., Babson F - Alex Muse, Sr., New England Coll. F - Zach Joy, Jr., Southern Maine D - Casey Fazekas, Sr., Babson D - Greg Eskedjian, Jr., Norwich G - Arthur Hollinger, Fr., Castleton

Championship March 6 #2 Babson 1 #1 Norwich 4

All-Rookie Team F - Tucker Mullin, Saint Anselm F - Blake Forkey, Norwich F - Kyle Thomas, Norwich D - Zach Menard, Skidmore D - Ryan Boucher, Southern Maine *Note: Saint Anselm and Saint Michael’s are ineligible G - Zeke Testa, Babson for the ECAC East Tournament.

Honorable Mention F - Alex Mykolenko, Jr., Skidmore F - Stuart Stefan, Jr., Castleton F - Kyle Thomas, Fr., Norwich D - Omar Pacha, Jr., Castleton D - Tim Gevard, Sr., Saint Michael’s

Babson College ........................................................Babson Park, Mass. Castleton State College ......................................................Castleton, Vt. University of Massachusetts Boston ..............................Boston, Mass. University of New England ......................................Biddeford, Maine New England College ....................................................Henniker, N.H. Norwich University ..........................................................Northfield, Vt. Saint Anselm College ..................................................Manchester, N.H. Saint Michael’s College ....................................................Colchester, Vt. Skidmore College ................................................Saratoga Springs, N.Y. University of Southern Maine ......................................Gorham, Maine

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Head Coach Chris Davidson Chris Davidson ’99 Head Coach Fourth Season Chris Davidson, who has guided the Saint Michael's College men's ice hockey team to two Northeast-10 Conference Tournament championships in his first three seasons as head coach, enters his 12th season as a college hockey coach in 2010-11, and his fourth at the helm of the Purple Knights. He has compiled a 30-46-6 record in his first three seasons as head coach. In his first year as head coach in 2007-08, Davidson guided the Purple Knights to the NE-10 regular season and tournament championships. The team finished with an overall record of 12-14-1, including 4-1-0 in NE-10 play, and Davidson earned the league's Coach of the Year award in the process. Davidson led the Purple Knights to another NE-10 Tournament title in 2008-09, as he guided the fifth-seeded squad to the championship. Saint Michael's finished 11-15-2 in 2008-09, winning its last four games. In 2009-10, Davidson led the team to a 3-1-1 record in NE-10 play, and a 7-17-3 overall mark. The team won its last three home games of the season, including a victory versus Southern New Hampshire in the NE-10 Quarterfinals. Prior to his promotion in March of 2007, Davidson served as an assistant coach to long-time head coach Lou DiMasi for seven years. A native of Clinton, N.Y., Davidson graduated from Saint Michael's in 1999 with a bachelor's degree in English literature, and earned a master's degree in business administration in 2006. Davidson has been instrumental in delivering a number of talented players to Saint Michael's over his tenure. During this time, one Purple Knight was named an All-American, 20 have earned All-ECAC accolades and 19 have received NE-10 honors. He has recruited three Players of the Year, two Goaltenders of the Year, and two Defensive Players of the Year. Eight of Davidson's recruits have signed professional contracts, while another has represented Canada at the Maccabiah Olympic Games. The 34-year-old Davidson returned to Saint Michael's before the start of the 2000-01 season, after serving as the top assistant for one year at Manhattanville College of the ECAC West. At Manhattanville, Davidson's primary duty was as the recruiting coordinator. In his first four seasons as an assistant at Saint Michael's, Davidson helped guide the Purple Knights to three consecutive Division II Championships (2002-04). In his 11 years at Saint Michael's, the Purple Knights have qualified for the playoffs each year. In addition to his work at the collegiate level, Davidson has worked at various USA Hockey Select Regional Camps. Since 2002, Davidson has been a member of the Player

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Development and Select Coaching Staff for the New England District. In the summer of 2007, Davidson served as a coach for the USA Under-17 Select Festival in Saint Cloud, Minnesota. In April of 2007, Davidson was elected to the American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA) Board of Governors. A former forward for the Saint Michael's, Davidson was a four year letterwinner and voted captain of the 1998-99 team that captured the NCAA Division II National Championship by defeating New Hampshire College (now Southern New Hampshire University). It is Saint Michael's only national championship in school history, and Davidson was named to the NCAA All-Tournament team for scoring a goal and an assist in the championship game. As a member of one of the most successful teams to ever wear the Purple Knight uniform, Davidson and his classmates amassed a total of 65 wins over their career. Davidson and his classmates were members of four teams that reached the ECAC Championships during their time. Davidson's playing career also extended to the Southern Professional Hockey League, as he played for both Macon (Ga.) and Pee Dee (S.C.).

Coach Davidson is no stranger to Saint Michael’s hockey success. As a player (pictured above), Davidson captained the Purple Knights team that won the 1999 NCAA Division II National Championship, the only national championship in school history. As a coach, Davidson has gone on to lead Saint Michael’s to two Northeast-10 Conference Championships.

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Assistant Coach piled 18 goals and 23 assists for 41 points, and also accumulated 117 penalty minutes. Rocky Romanella, a recent graduRomanella ate of the University of Delaware, transferred to was named the Saint Michael's Delaware after College men's ice hockey proplaying for two gram’s top assistant coach on seasons at August 31, 2010. Romanella will Lebanon Valley assist head coach Chris Davidson College, a member with all facets of the NCAA Division II program. of the ECAC West Romanella comes to Saint Michael’s after a successful conference and four-year collegiate playing career. He spent the past two sea- based in Annville, sons at Delaware, where he graduated in May with bachelor Pa. Romanella of arts degrees in education and public policy. While at played in 42 games Delaware, Romanella played for the Blue Hens’ ice hockey for the Flying team, Division I members of the American Collegiate Dutchmen, and Hockey Association (ACHA). Romanella was named the notched 76 penalty minutes. team’s Most Valuable Player as a senior in 2009-10, as he talPrior to college, Romanella had a successful threelied 15 goals and 13 assists in leading the Blue Hens to a 24- year tenure at The Gunnery School in Washington, Conn., 8-1 regular-season record and a second-place finish in the from 2003-06. A native of Allentown, N.J., Romanella has Eastern States Collegiate Hockey League (ESCHL). In two experience as a summer counselor at the CAN/AM Youth years at Delaware, Romanella played in 68 games, and comHockey Camp and the Ocean Hockey Academy.

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2010-11 Opponents Amherst College Lord Jeffs

Assumption College Greyhounds

Babson College Beavers

Game #5: Dec. 4 at Amherst, Mass.

Game #3: Nov. 23 at South Burlington, Vt.

Game #17: Jan. 28 at South Burlington, Vt.

Location: Amherst, Mass. Enrollment: 1,685 Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: NESCAC Home Rink: Orr Rink Athletic Director: Suzanne Coffey Head Coach: Jack Arena Alma Mater (year): Amherst ’83 School Record (yrs.): 340-277-47 (28) 2009-10 Record: 11-4-4 Conference Record/Finish: 16-5-4/4th Sports Info. Director: Alex Kantor SID Phone: 413.542.2390 SID Fax: 413.542.2026 College Web Site: www.amherst.edu

Location: Worcester, Mass. Enrollment: 2,150 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10/ECAC NE Home Rink: Buffone Rink Athletic Director: Ted Paulauskas Head Coach: Lance Brady Alma Mater (year): Holy Cross ’93 School Record (yrs.): 21-24-5 (2) 2009-10 Record: 15-11-1 NE-10 Conference Record/Finish:8-2-1/2nd Sports Info. Director: Steve Morris SID Phone: 508.767.7240 SID Fax: 508.798.2568 College Web Site: www.assumption.edu

Location: Babson Park, Mass. Enrollment: 1,800 Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: ECAC East Home Rink: Babson Skating Center Athletic Director: Josh MacArthur Head Coach: Jamie Rice Alma Mater (year): Babson ’90 School Record (yrs.): 99-57-10 (5) 2009-10 Record: 14-12-2 Conference Record/Finish: 9-9-1/T-2nd Sports Info. Director: Chris Buck SID Phone: 781.239.4553 SID Fax: 781.239.5218 College Web Site: www.babson.edu

Bowdoin College Polar Bears

Castleton State College Spartans

Game #12: Jan. 8 at South Burlington, Vt.

Game #23: Feb. 12 at Castleton, Vt.

Location: Brunswick, Maine Enrollment: 1,710 Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: NESCAC Home Rink: Dayton Arena Athletic Director: Jeffrey H. Ward Head Coach: Terry Meagher Alma Mater (year): Boston Univ. ’76 School Record (yrs.): 440-210-43 (28) 2009-10 Record: 19-7-1 Conference Record/Finish: 14-4-1/1st Sports Info. Director: James P. Caton SID Phone: 207.725.3254 SID Fax: 207.725.3019 College Web Site: www.bowdoin.edu

Location: Castleton, Vt. Enrollment: 1,800 Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: ECAC East Home Rink: Rutland Regional Fieldhouse Athletic Director: Deanna Tyson Head Coach: Alex Todd Alma Mater (year): Union ’01 School Record (yrs.): 55-45-11 (5) 2009-10 Record: 9-12-5 Conference Record/Finish: 7-9-3/T-4th Sports Info. Director: Jeff Weld SID Phone: 802.468.6052 SID Fax: 802.468.2189 College Web Site: www.castleton.edu

Colby College Mules

Connecticut College Camels

Franklin Pierce University Ravens

Game #11: Jan. 7 at South Burlington, Vt.

Game #26: Feb. 19 at South Burlington, Vt.

Game #7: Dec. 11 at Rindge, N.H.

Location: Waterville, Maine Enrollment: 1,846 Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: NESCAC Home Rink: Alfond Rink Athletic Director: Marcella Zalot Head Coach: Jim Tortorella Alma Mater (year): Univ. of Maine School Record (yrs.): 218-127-31 (15) 2009-10 Record: 11-9-4 Conference Record/Finish: 7-8-4/8th Sports Info. Director: Bill Sodoma SID Phone: 207.859.4940 SID Fax: 207.859.4902 College Web Site: www.colby.edu

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Location: New London, Conn. Enrollment: 1,900 Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: NESCAC Home Rink: Dayton Arena Athletic Director: Fran Shields Head Coach: Jim Ward Alma Mater (year): Geneseo ’85 School Record (yrs.): 57-102-12 (8) 2009-10 Record: 8-15-1 Conference Record/Finish: 7-11-1/9th Sports Info. Director: Will Tomasian SID Phone: 860.439.2501 SID Fax: 860.439.2516 College Web Site: www.conncoll.edu

Location: Rindge, N.H. Enrollment: 1,500 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10/ECAC NE Home Rink: The Winchendon School Ice Arena Athletic Director: Bruce Kirsh Head Coach: Jaymie Harrington Alma Mater (year): Canisius ’07 School Record (yrs.): 12-33-4 (2) 2009-10 Record: 7-15-2 NE-10 Conference Record/Finish: 4-6-1/4th Sports Info. Director: Doug DeBiase SID Phone: 603.899.4222 SID Fax: 603.899.4328 College Web Site: www.franklinpierce.edu

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2010-11 Opponents Hamilton College Continentals

Johnson and Wales University Wildcats

University of Massachusetts Boston Beacons

Game #4: Dec. 3 at Clinton, N.Y.

Game #9: Jan. 1 at South Burlington, Vt.

Game #18: Jan. 29 at South Burlington, Vt.

Location: Clinton, N.Y. Enrollment: 1,800 Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: NESCAC Home Rink: Sage Rink Athletic Director: Jon Hind Head Coach: Norm Bazin Alma Mater (year): UMass Lowell ’94 School Record (yrs.): 24-24-3 (2) 2009-10 Record: 15-9-2 Conference Record/Finish: 11-7-1/6th Sports Info. Director: Jim Taylor SID Phone: 315.859.4685 SID Fax: 315.859.4293 College Web Site: www.hamilton.edu

Location: Providence, R.I. Enrollment: 10,000 Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: ECAC Northeast Home Rink: Rhode Island Sports Center Athletic Director: John Parente Head Coach: Erik Noack Alma Mater (year) RIT (’98) School Record (yrs.): 64-112-11 (7) 2009-10 Record: 12-15-1 Conference Record/Finish: 7-6-1/T-5th Sports Info. Director: Dan Booth SID Phone: 401.598.1632 SID Fax: 401.598.1601 College Web Site: www.jwu.edu/providence

Location: Boston, Mass. Enrollment: 14,000 Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: ECAC East Home Rink: Clark Athletic Center Athletic Director: Charlie Titus Head Coach: Peter Belisle Alma Mater (year) UConn (’95) School Record (yrs.): 36-63-7 (4) 2009-10 Record: 10-13-2 Conference Record/Finish: 6-11-2/T-7th Sports Info. Director: Alan Wickstrom SID Phone: 617.287.7815 SID Fax: 617.287.7870 College Web Site: www.umb.edu

Middlebury College Panthers

Morrisville State College Mustangs

University of New England Nor’easters

Game #21: Feb. 5 at South Burlington, Vt.

Game #10: Jan. 2 at South Burlington, Vt.

Game #2: Nov. 20 at South Burlington, Vt.

Location: Morrisville, N.Y. Enrollment: 3,338 Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: SUNYAC Home Rink: IcePlex Athletic Director: Greg Carroll Head Coach: Brian Grady Alma Mater (year): Hamilton ’00 School Record (yrs.): 19-56-1 (3) 2009-10 Record: 9-17-0 Conference Record/Finish: 5-11-0/7th Sports Info. Director: Brandy Thurston SID Phone: 315.684.6250 SID Fax: 315.684.6252 College Web Site: www.morrisville.edu

Location: Biddeford, Maine Enrollment: 2, 113 Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: ECAC East Home Rink: Biddeford Arena Athletic Director: Kim Allen Head Coach: Brad Holt Alma Mater (year): UNH ’79 School Record (yrs.): 20-37-3 (3) 2009-10 Record: 3-22-0 Conference Record/Finish: 2-17-0/10th Sports Info. Director: Curt Smyth SID Phone: 207.602.2499 SID Fax: 207.602.5941 College Web Site: www.une.edu

Location: Middlebury, Vt. Enrollment: 2,350 Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: NESCAC Home Rink: Chip Kenyon Arena Athletic Director: Erin Quinn Head Coach: Bill Beaney Alma Mater (year) UNH (’73) School Record (yrs.): 457-132-34 (23) 2009-10 Record: 19-5-4 Conference Record/Finish: 12-3-4/2nd Sports Info. Director: Brad Nadeau SID Phone: 802.443.5193 SID Fax: 802.443.2124 College Web Site: www.middlebury.edu New England College Pilgrims

Norwich University Cadets

Saint Anselm College Hawks

Game #14: Jan. 15 at Henniker, N.H.

Game #6: Dec. 7 at South Burlington, Vt.

Game #13: Jan. 14 at Manchester, N.H.

Location: Henniker, N.H. Enrollment: 1,219 Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: ECAC East Home Rink: Lee Clement Arena Athletic Director: Lori Runksmeier Head Coach: Tom Carroll Alma Mater (year): Wisconsin ’84 School Record (yrs.): 135-72-13 (8) 2009-10 Record: 11-14-2 Conference Record/Finish: 6-11-2/T-7th Sports Info. Director: Renee Hellert SID Phone: 603.428.2335 SID Fax: 603.428.6023 College Web Site: www.nec.edu

Location: Northfield, Vt. Enrollment: 2,100 Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: ECAC East Home Rink: Kreitzberg Arena Athletic Director: Tony Mariano Head Coach: Mike McShane Alma Mater (year): UNH ’71 School Record (yrs.): 319-90-21 (15) 2009-10 Record: 26-1-4 Conference Record/Finish: 16-1-2/1st Sports Info. Director: Christian Anderson SID Phone: 802.485.2160 SID Fax: 802.485.2161 College Web Site: www.norwichathletics.com

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Location: Manchester, N.H. Enrollment: 2,000 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10/ECAC East Home Rink: Thomas F. Sullivan Arena Interim Athletic Director: Drew Litz Head Coach: Ed Seney Alma Mater (year): N.E. College ’81 School Record (yrs.): 114-95-14 (8) 2009-10 Record: 15-11-1 Conference Record/Finish: 9-9-1/2nd Sports Info. Director: Ken Johnson, Jr. SID Phone: 603.641.7810 SID Fax: 603.641.7172 College Web Site: www.anselm.edu

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2010-11 Opponents Skidmore College Thoroughbreds

University of Southern Maine Huskies

Southern New Hampshire University Penmen

Game #22: Feb. 11 at Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

Game #1: Nov. 19 at South Burlington, Vt.

Game #19: Feb. 1 at South Burlington, Vt.

Location: Gorham, Maine Enrollment: 7,870 Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: ECAC East Home Rink: USM Ice Arena Athletic Director: Al Bean Jr. Head Coach: Jeff Beaney Alma Mater (year): New England College ’82 School Record (yrs.): 228-313-34 (23) 2009-10 Record: 10-13-3 Conference Record/Finish: 7-9-2/5th Sports Info. Director: B.L. Elfring SID Phone: 207.780.5434 SID Fax: 207.780.5182 College Web Site: www.usm.maine.edu

Location: Manchester, N.H. Enrollment: 1,900 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Rink: The Ice Den Athletic Director: Chip Polak Head Coach: Ken Hutchins Alma Mater (year): Southern N.H. ’87 School Record (yrs.): 14-28-5 (2) 2009-10 Record: 5-15-3

Location: Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Enrollment: 2,400 Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: ECAC East Home Rink: Saratoga Springs Ice Rink Athletic Director: Gail Cummings-Danson Head Coach: Neil Sinclair Alma Mater (year): Middlebury ’93 School Record (yrs.): 57-87-11 (6) 2009-10 Record: 9-15-2 Conference Record/Finish: 7-10-1/6th Sports Info. Director: Bill Jones SID Phone: 518.580.5364 SID Fax: 518.580.5395 College Web Site: www.skidmore.edu

NE-10 Conference Record/Finish: 3-6-2/6th

Sports Info. Director: Greg Royce SID Phone: 603.645.9638 SID Fax: 603.645.9686 College Web Site: www.snhu.edu

Stonehill College Skyhawks

Trinity College Bantams

Game #24: Feb. 15 at Easton, Mass.

Game #15: Jan. 21 at Hartford, Conn.

Location: Easton, Mass. Enrollment: 2,300 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Rink: Bridgewater Ice Arena Athletic Director: Paula J. Sullivan Head Coach: Garry Hebert Alma Mater (year): Univ. of Vermont ’82 School Record (yrs.): 32-40-4 (3) 2009-10 Record: 10-16-1 NE-10 Conference Record/Finish: 2-9/5th Sports Info. Director: Doug Monson SID Phone: 508.565.1352 SID Fax: 508.565.1504 College Web Site: www.stonehill.edu

Location: Hartford, Conn. Enrollment: 1,900 Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: NESCAC Home Rink: Oxford Rink Athletic Director: Richard J. Hazelton Head Coach: David Cataruzolo Alma Mater (year): Bowdoin ’98 School Record (yrs.): 47-29-4 (3) 2009-10 Record: 15-9-2 Conference Record/Finish: 11-6-2/5th Sports Info. Director: David A. Kingsley SID Phone: 860.297.2137 SID Fax: 860.297.2492 College Web Site: www.trincoll.edu

Tufts University Jumbos

Wesleyan University Cardinals

Williams College Ephs

Game #25: Feb. 18 at South Burlington, Vt.

Game #16: Jan. 22 at Middletown, Conn.

Game #20: Feb. 4 at South Burlington, Vt.

Location: Medford, Mass. Enrollment: 5,025 Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: NESCAC Home Rink: Valley Forum II Athletic Director: William Gehling Head Coach: Brian Murphy Alma Mater (year): Tufts ’95 School Record (yrs.): 120-150-18 (12) 2009-10 Record: 12-10-3 Conference Record/Finish: 8-8-3/7th Sports Info. Director: Paul Sweeney SID Phone: 617.627.3586 SID Fax: 617.627.3614 College Web Site: www.tufts.edu

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Location: Middletown, Conn. Enrollment: 2,700 Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: NESCAC Home Rink: Spurrier-Snyder Rink Athletic Director: John Biddiscombe Head Coach: Chris Potter Alma Mater (year): UConn ’93 School Record (yrs.): 50-95-20 (7) 2008-09 Record: 7-16-0 Conference Record/Finish: 4-15-0/10th Sports Info. Director: Brian Katten SID Phone: 860.685.2887 SID Fax: 860.685.2691 College Web Site: www.wesleyan.edu

Location: Williamstown, Mass. Enrollment: 2,000 Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: NESCAC Home Rink: Lansing Chapman Rink Athletic Director: Harry Sheehy Head Coach: William Kangas Alma Mater (year): UVM ’82 School Record (yrs.): 275-197-42 (21) 2009-10 Record: 15-6-3 Conference Record/Finish: 13-5-1/3rd Sports Info. Director: Dick Quinn SID Phone: 413.597.4982 SID Fax: 413.597.4272 College Web Site: www.williams.edu

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2010-11 Season Outlook The 2010-11 Purple Knights have tunnel vision enter- 09 season. "Confidence is a big advantage that I've gotten ing head coach Chris Davidson's fourth season at the from a fifth year here. Having a captain with confidence is helm, with nothing short of another Northeast-10 a big thing, because it trickles down. It creates a mentality Conference title as their ultimate goal. Davidson, who led of a winning team." Saint Michael's to back-to-back NE-10 championships in In support of Higgins will be the team's top four his first two seasons, has all the necessary weapons to returning point-getters from last season, including twoclaim a third NE-10 title. After last year's loss to time NE-10 Defensive Player of the Year Matt Rigtrup. Assumption in the NE-10 Semifinals, the Purple Knights A senior assistant captain coming off a team-leading 27 will look to return to conference supremacy with their top point season, Rigtrup will partner with fellow senior assisupperclassmen scoring threats and a strong core of new- tant captain Nick Sheehan, who was second on the team comers. in points (25) and assists (17) While falling short of last year. wearing the NE-10 crown "It's only going to be last year was no doubt a discontagious to have the other appointment, Davidson used guys follow in their footsteps time which would have been and try to match their outspent celebrating to reflect put," Davidson said. and regroup for the future. "Rigtrup's vision on the ice "At the end of the year, and Higgins' leadership on we started to really take a the ice will hopefully propel look at our recruiting strateAlex Davidson and Josh gies," Davidson said. "We Geary into those kinds of brought in a pretty strong positions as sophomores." class, with guys like Nic Juniors Reave McIntyre, Kevin Lampron, MacKinnon and Brady Sam Torney, and Ryan Earle were one and two, MacDonald on the backrespectively, in goals scored side. Also up front, we added last season and will lead the guys like Petr Soustal, high-powered Saint Marc-Olivier Sauriol, and Michael's offense. Davidson Ryan Arsenault. Those will need his upperclassmen seven guys as first year stu- “Not winning an NE-10 championship last year was unaccept- to lead by example if the dents or as transfers will real- able.. It's not even an option in my head to lose. There's fuel for Purple Knights hope to ly take the program to new the fire to win a third NE-10 title, no doubt, and I think that's make a splash in the ultraheights in a sense that our what we're gonna do. But we also want to be better than that. We competitive Eastern College strong leadership with Senior Athletic Conference East. want to beat teams like Middlebury and Norwich. We want to Captain Alex Higgins will Saint Michael's is prethe best.� trickle down to these guys. beat dicted to finish ninth in the -Senior Captain Alex Higgins Hopefully his legacy will lead ECAC and third in the NEinto them and they'll be able 10, selections that Davidson to carry it on." feels will fire up an already potent squad. The Purple A strong incoming class leaves Saint Michael's armed Knights were the only team other than first-place Saint to the teeth for the future, but the Purple Knights are Anselm to receive a first place vote in the NE-10. equipped to make an immediate impact with a wealth of "Both polls will be used as motivational tools, we've returning offensive options. It all begins with Higgins, just got to find the right way to use them," Davidson. "The who will lead the way with four years of varsity experience kids have to understand that we're Saint Michael's College under his belt. and, every time we step on the ice we have the opportuni"I've been here for four years, so I've learned a lot," ty to prove ourselves and it's in their hands to make the said Higgins, who received a medical redshirt for the 2008- program go in the direction they want it to go in."

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2010-11 Season Outlook Higgins is unfazed by the preseason rankings and is zeroed in on making a splash in the ECAC East. "Not winning an NE-10 championship last year was unacceptable," Higgins said. "Reflecting back on it, it's not even an option in my head to lose. Winning a third NE10 Championship, that's a given. But my sights are set on beating teams that are recognized nationally; teams like Norwich. There's fuel for the fire to win a third NE-10 title, no doubt, and I think that's what we're gonna do. But we also want to be better than that. We want to beat teams like Middlebury and Norwich. We want to beat the best." OFFENSE The Purple Knights offense should have no trouble putting the puck in the net this season with a formidable attack chock full of experienced skaters. Alex Higgins’ on-ice leadership may be his best asset, and his 28 career points makes him twice as deadly. Nick Sheehan has the ability to create countless scoring opportunities, and will surely aid Brady Earle (a 2008-09 NE-10 All Rookie selection) and Reave MacKinnon (a 2008-09 NE-10 All Championship Team pick) in finding the net. Senior Tully LaBelle-Hamer, who has 64 career games to his record, will see plenty of time up front and possesses hockey intangibles that don’t appear in the box score. Saint Michael’s returns five sophomore forwards with superb potential. Josh Geary and Alex Davidson led all first years with 12 points apiece last season. Justin Castagna and Michael Jangro both tallied three points as freshmen and should played enhanced roles this year. Dan Pelletier recorded an assist in his collegiate debut last year and will provide another strong option up front. Six new faces join the Purple Knight offense this season. Sophomore transfer Petr Soustal could make an immediate impact with his superior shooting abilities, and Colby MacDonald, Tim McAuliffe and Rich Rodeschini fill out a quality sophomore offense in their first varsity season. Freshman Ryan Arsenault and Marc-Olivier Sauriol are coming off successful post-graduate years and finish off an intimidating offensive roster.

running, led the team with 27 points and 21 assists last season, and led all defensemen in the NE-10 and ECAC East in scoring. Rigtrup’s vision and ability to elevate the play of those around him will make him the centerpiece of the Saint Michael’s defense. Alongside Rigtrup, sophomore Morgan Bell should find a home in the first line of defense in his first varsity season. Bell’s combination of size and strength will compliment Rigtrup’s established role on the backside. Dan Evarts, another second-year defenseman, has one of the team’s most powerful slapshots, and should see ample time on defense as well as the power play line. Newcomers Nic McIntyre and Kevin Lampron will look to get into the mix quickly as freshman, while first-years Ryan MacDonald and Sam Torney will add depth to an extremely versatile defense. GOALIES The Purple Knights have no shortage of capable goalies, and should see a healthy competition between senior Brendan Rimmer and sophomore Mike Dizgun for the everyday job. Dizgun saw a majority of the time last year as a freshman, registering over 1,000 minutes and ranking in the NE-10’s top four in save percentage and goals against average. Rimmer proved himself in key situations as well, namely by earning the win with 25 saves in last year’s NE-10 Quarterfinal game versus Southern New Hampshire. Senior Brian McWade is chomping at the bit and should see more opportunities between the pipes, and sophomore Eric McGuirk will compete for backup minutes in his first varsity season.

DEFENSE The Saint Michael’s defensive game plan starts with two-time (and reigning) NE-10 Defensive Player of the Year Matt Rigtrup. The senior assistant captain is an NE-10 All Conference First Team selection two years

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Meet The Purple Knights 15 w Glenn Belmore Sr. w F w 6-0 w 220 Cornwall, Ontario Univ. of Maine As a junior: Played in all but one game and tied for seventh on the team with 15 points … tallied first point as a Purple Knight with an assist in his Saint Michael’s debut, a 3-2 loss at Southern Maine on Nov. 20, 2009 … assisted all three goals in a 6-3 loss to Wentworth … netBelmore’s Career Stats Year GP G A P ted first career goal in a 5-5 tie with 2007-08 27 1 3 4 Colby on Jan. 8. As a sophomore: Played in 10 games for Maine … 2008-09 10 0 1 1 recorded an assist at the Univ. of 2009-10 26 5 10 15 Vermont on Nov. 29. As a freshTotals 63 6 14 20 man: Played in 27 games for Division I Univ. of Maine … tallied a goal and three assists … made collegiate debut in season-opener against Denver on Oct. 12, 2007 … recorded first career points with a game-winning goal and an assist against Mercyhurst on Oct. 20. Before SMC: Attended the Univ. of Maine for two years prior to Saint Michael’s ... was a four year rugby and soccer player at Saint Joseph’s Secondary School. Personal: Glenn Robert Belmore ... born February 11, 1987 ... son of Ron and Jo Ann ... has one older brother ... majoring in political science.

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11 w F r an Briand Sr. w F w 5-7 w 180 South Bur lington, Vt. Loomis Chaf f ee Sc hool As a junior: Appeared in career-high 20 games, tallying a goal and an assist As a sophomore: Played in 18 games ... first collegiate goal was against Fitchburg State in the SMC Holiday Tournament on Jan. 3 ... Dean List both semesters ... Briand’s Career Stats selected to the ECAC Men’s Year GP G A P East All-Academic Team. As a 2007-08 12 0 2 2 freshman: Played in 12 games 2008-09 18 1 0 1 ... recorded two assists ... first 2009-10 20 1 1 2 career assist came in 6-2 win Totals 50 2 3 5 over Trinity on Jan. 26. Before SMC: Played five years of high school and prep school varsity hockey at Rice Memorial High School (’02-’05) and The Loomis Chaffee School (’05-’07) ... named Most Improved Player in 2003-04 ... was leading scorer on 2004-05 hockey team ... hockey captain 2006-07. Personal: Richard Francis Briand ... born August 26, 1987 ... son of Richard and Margaret father Richard played hockey and soccer at Bentley University ... brothers Matt and Will are students ... majoring in business administration.

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Meet The Purple Knights 7 w Ale x Hig gins (C) Sr. w F w 5-10 w 175 Phoenix, Ariz. T he K ent Sc hool As a junior: Played in 22 of 27 games ... recorded four goals and three assists for seven points ... half of his goals came on the power play ... had goal to help team rally for win versus Southern N.H. in NE-10 Quarterfinals on Feb. 27 ... scored in 4-1 win versus Stonehill Higgins’ Career Stats Year GP G A P on Feb. 23 to end regular season ... had two third-period assists in 5-5 2006-07 19 3 1 4 tie at Colby on Jan. 8. As a red2007-08 26 5 8 13 shirt junior: Made an appearance 2008-09 6 2 2 4 in six games, racking up four points 2009-10 22 4 3 7 before sustaining a season-ending Totals 73 14 14 28 injury ... earned a goal and an assist in 5-2 win over Assumption on Nov. 25. As a sophomore: Played in 26 games ... scored five goals and eight assists ... socred first goal of season in 3-1 win over Becker on Dec. 30 ... scored two goals and had an assist in 7-3 win against Saint Anselm on Feb 2. As a freshman: Played in 19 games ... first career goal against Babson College in a two-goal outing (Jan. 12). Before SMC: Played four years of hockey at Brophy College Prep and a year at the Kent School ... named team MVP and best defender his senior year ... named most improved at the Kent School. Personal: Alexander Christopher Higgins ... born July 7, 1987 ... son of Stephen and Natalie Higgins ... majoring in psychology and English, and minoring in Russian.

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w Tully LaBelle-Hamer Sr. w F w 6-2 w 200 Fairbanks , Alaska Alaska A valanc he

As a junior: Played in 25 of 27 games ... committed 14 penalties for 28 minutes ... recorded an assist in 3-2 win versus Wesleyan on Jan. 23 ... a Dean's List student (earned 4.0 GPA in fall 2009 semester) ... an ECAC East All-Academic Team Hamer’s Career Stats pick ... an NE-10 Commissioner's Year GP G A P Honor Roll recipient. As a sopho2007-08 23 1 2 3 more: Played in 16 games before 2008-09 16 0 0 0 sustaining a season-ending injury ... 2009-10 25 0 1 1 selected to the ECAC Men’s East Totals 64 1 3 4 All-Academic Team. As a freshman: Played in 23 games ... scored a goal and had two assists ... firsr career goal came in 6-2 win over Trinity on Jan. 26. Before SMC: Spent a post-graduate year with the Alaska Avalanche (NAHL) ... All-Mid Alaska Conference Team, 2003 ... All-Greatland Conference Team, 2003 ... All-Tournament Team, 2003 ... ice hockey state champion with Monroe Catholic High School, 2003. Personal: Brendan Tully Labelle-Hamer ... born January 14, 1986 ... son of Brendan and Nettie ... sister Hannah is a student ... majoring in engineering.

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Meet The Purple Knights 1 w Brian McWade Sr. w G w 5-10 w 170 F r anklin, Mass . Xa v erian Br other s As a Junior: Did not see any game action ... an NE-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll recipient. As a Sophomore: Played in two games, earning four saves on six total shots for a .667 save percentage ... made collegiate debut by stopping three shots McWade’s Career Stats in 10:53 versus Fitchburg at SMC Year GP Min SV% Holiday Classic on Jen. 3 ... played 4:19 2007-08 --at nationally-ranked Middlebury on 2008-09 2 15 .667 Feb. 6 ... 3.26 GPA in fall 2008 semes2009-10 --ter. Totals 2 15 .667 As a Freshman: Was not a member of the team. Before SMC: Played hockey at Xaverian Brothers High School ... was Team MVP in 2003 for freshmen team, and for varsity squad in 2007 ... a Boston Globe Catholic Conference All-Star in 2007 ... a Daily News Transcript All-Star as a junior and senior. Personal: Brian Russell McWade ... born August 14, 1988 ... son of Chris and Ellen McWade ... the oldest of four with younger siblings Tim, Greg, and Mary Kate ... majoring in sociology and minoring in psychology ... on campus, active in campus ministry, LEAP, and Best Buddies.

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16 w Ma tt Rigtr up (A) Jr. w D w 6-3 w 185 Montc lair, N .J . Pic k ering Panther s As a Junior: Played in 26 of 27 games. Named Northeast-10 Conference Defensive Player of the Year for the second straight season, and an AllConference First Team pick. Led team with 21 assists and 27 points. Led all ECAC East and NE-10 defensemen in scoring, and in the top-10 in both leagues among all players. Tallied a goal Rigtrup’s Career Stats Year GP G A P and three assists in win versus Franklin Pierce on Dec. 12. Posted goal and two 2007-08 26 3 10 13 assists in NE-10 Quarterfinal win 2008-09 28 4 16 20 against Southern N.H. on Feb. 27. As a 2009-10 26 6 21 27 Sophomore: Played in all 28 games. Totals 80 13 47 60 The NE-10 Defensive Player of the Year, and an All-Conference First Team pick. Led NE-10 defensemen with 16 assists, and tied for second with 20 points. Third among ECAC East defensemen in assists. Assisted the gamewinning goal against Stonehill in NE-10 Championship on Mar. 7. Earned two assists in NE-10 Quarterfinals at Assumption on Feb. 28, and and a goal in NE-10 Semifinals at Southern N.H. on Mar. 4. Had an assist in each game of team's four-game winning streak from Jan. 9-16. Had three assists in win at Southern N.H. on Feb. 3. As a Freshman: Played in 26 of 27 games. Second among team's defensemen with three goals, 10 assists and 13 points. Had a goal and assist in 4-2 win at Assumption on Nov. 20. Before SMC: Played three years of hockey and lacrosse at Bergen Catholic High School. Played two years of hockey at Trinity Pawling High School. Captain and Most Valuable Player at Trinity Pawling in 2006. Received Gatchel Sportsmanship award in 2006 ... played junior hockey for the Pickering Panthers of the Ontario Provincial Junior Hockey League. Personal: Matthew Ryan Rigtrup. Born August 28, 1987. Son of Edward and Kathleen Rigtrup. Has a sister, Melissa, and three brothers; David, Jon, and Kevin. Majoring in business administration, and minoring in marketing.

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Meet The Purple Knights 20 w Br endan Rimmer Sr. w G w 6-4 w 195 Ne wb ur y, Mass . T he Ping r ee Sc hool As a Junior: Played (and started) 10 games ... posted 4.91 goals against average and .862 save percentage ... earned lone win of season in NE-10 Quarterfinals versus Southern N.H. on Feb. 27 ... stopped 25 of 28 shots in seasonopener at Southern Maine on Nov. Rimmer’s Career Stats 20 ... turned aside 32 of 36 shots at Year GP Min SV% Amherst on Dec. 5 ... saved 34 of 2007-08 5 187 .875 38 shots at Babson on Jan. 29. As 2008-09 7 375 .848 a Sophomore: Played in seven 2009-10 10 598 .862 games, including six starts ... earned Totals 22 1160 .859 an .848 save percentage and a 5.92 GAA ... stopped 35 of 38 shots for lone win of season versus Southern N.H. on Feb. 3. As a Freshman: Played in five games, including two starts ... recorded an .875 save percentage and a 4.49 GAA ... stopped a career-high 45 shots on Feb. 23 in 5-1 loss to Colby ... turned aside 19 shots for first collegiate win versus Hamilton on Dec. 1. Before SMC: Played four years of varsity hockey and lacrosse at the Pingree School ... won hockey team's most improved player award in 2007 ... a lacrosse all-league honorable mention pick ... team was EIL lacrosse league champions from 2004-07 ... New England prep champions in 2005 and 2006. Personal: Brendan K. Rimmer ... born February 12, 1989 ... son of David and Mary Rimmer ... brother Adam is a freshman with the Connecticut College hockey team ... is majoring in English with a minor in business administration.

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w Nic k Sheehan (A) Sr. w F w 6-3 w 200 P otsdam, N .Y. Cor nwall Colts

As a Junior: Played in all 27 games ... second on team with 17 assists and 25 points, and fourth with eight goals ... tied for third on squad with four power-play goals ... tied for 13th in the NE-10, and tied for 15th in the ECAC East, in scoring ... tallied two goals (including game-winner) and two assists versus Franklin Pierce on Dec. Sheehan’s Career Stats 12 ... had two assists in win versus Year GP G A P Southern N.H. in NE-10 Quarterfinals 2007-08 10 0 0 0 on Feb. 27 ... scored twice in win at 2008-09 28 6 6 12 Southern N.H. on Feb. 2 ... had pair of 2009-10 27 8 17 25 assists in tie with New England College Totals 65 14 23 37 on Jan. 16. As a Sophomore: Played in all 28 games ... tied for team lead with two game-winning goals ... third on team with six goals, and seventh with 12 points ... first collegiate point was an assist against Hamilton on Dec. 6 ... first goal was the game-winner in the 4-1 victory against Tufts on Jan. 10 ... tallied a goal and assist in the NE10 Tournament, including the game-winning goal in the semifinals at Southern N.H. on Mar. 4. As a Freshman: Played in 10 games ... first career minutes came in season-opener on Nov. 16 in 6-5 loss at Salem State ... committed five penalties for 21 minutes. Before SMC: Played two years of hockey at Northwood Prep School from 2004-06 ... a member of the 2005-06 Culver Tournament Championship hockey team ... was a member of the Champlain Valley Elites Hockey club in 2006-07 ... played two years of soccer, hockey and lacrosse at Potsdam Central High School ... played soccer, lacrosse and golf at Northwood for one year ... played junior hockey for the Cornwall Colts of the Canadian Junior A Hockey League. Personal: Nicholas James Sheehan ... born January 11, 1988 ... son of James and Michelle Sheehan ... has three siblings ... majoring in mechanical engineering.

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Meet the Purple Knights 26 w Br ad y Ear le Jr. w F w 5-7 w 170 Columbia, Md. T he Gunner y Sc hool As a Sophomore: Appeared in 25 games ... tied for second on team with 11 goals, and third with 24 points. Led team with 52 penalty minutes. Had three points (game-winning goal and two assists) in first win of season at Univ. of New England on Nov. 21. Had three assists, including the game-winning goal, Earle’s Career Stats in 7-5 win versus Southern N.H. in NEYear GP G A P 10 Quarterfinals on Feb. 27. Scored twice 2008-09 25 3 11 14 in win versus Franklin Pierce on Dec. 12. 2009-10 25 11 13 24 Had goal and two helpers in shutout at Totals 50 14 24 38 Southern N.H. on Feb. 2. An NE-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll recipient. A Dean's List member. As a Freshman: Played in 25 games. Tied for fourth on team (and first among freshmen) with 14 points. Tied for sixth in NE-10 in freshmen scoring. Also fourth on team with 11 assists. Scored two goals and earned two assists in NE-10 Tournament, including the tying goal in championship game versus Stonehill on Mar. 7. First collegiate game was at Amherst on Dec. 5, and first point was assist versus Fitchburg on Jan. 3. Before SMC: Played hockey and football in high school. A two-time MSHL All-Star and MSHL Academic All-Star. All-MIAA three times. Iron Man Award winner at the Gunnery School. A four-time MIAA champion. Personal: Brady David Earle. Born August 12, 1989. Son of David and Sheri Earle. Team represenative for Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). The College's male student-athlete representative on the Athletics Hall of Fame Committee. Majoring in accounting and economics, and minoring in finance.

w R ea ve MacKinnon Sr. w F w 6-2 w 200 W innipe g , Manitoba W innipe g Saints

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As a Sophomore: Played in all but one game, and led the team with 13 goals (sixth in the NE-10). Tied for third on team with 24 points. Named to the NE-10 All-Championship Team for three-goal performance in win versus Southern N.H. in NE-10 Quarterfinals on Feb. 27. Named NE-10 Player of MacKinnon’s Career Stats the Week on Mar. 1. Scored game-winning goal in victory versus Stonehill on Year GP G A P Feb. 23. Scored twice in tie with New 2008-09 26 3 4 7 England College on Jan. 16. An NE-10 2009-10 26 13 11 24 Commissioner's Honor Roll recipient. Totals 52 16 15 31 As a Freshman: Played in 26 of 28 games. Tied for team lead among firstyears with three goals, and second with seven points. First collegiate point was an assist against Southern Maine on Nov. 22. First goal came in 4-1 win versus Franklin Pierce on Jan. 13. Before SMC: Attended Vincent Massey Collegiate High School. Played hockey, volleyball, and baseball. Played junior hockey for the Winnipeg Saints of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League. Personal: Reave W.J. MacKinnon. Born May 25, 1987. Son of John and Corey MacKinnon. Majoring in business administration.

29 w Ale x Da vidson So . w F w 5-11 w 190 South Bur lington, Vt. Saint Paul’ s Sc hool

8 w Justin Casta gna So . w F w 5-7 w 190 Los Alamitos , Calif . Los Ang eles Kings As a Freshman: Played in 12 games ... scored a goal and two assists ... first collegiate appearance came in 8-1 win versus Franklin Pierce on Dec. 12 ... scored first career goal against Connecticut College on Feb. 20 ... had assist on a Castagna’s Career Stats go-ahead goal in win versus Year GP G A P Southern N.H. in NE-10 2009-10 12 1 2 3 Quarterfinals on Feb. 27 ... an NETotals 12 1 2 3 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll recipient. Before SMC: Played ice hockey and club roller hockey at Los Alamitos High School ... in ice hockey, team won 2006 National Championship, and he was team's sixth leading scorer ... won USA Hockey National Championship with the California Wave ... played junior hockey for the Los Angeles Junior Kings. Personal: Justin Christopher Castagna ... born October 4, 1990 ... son of Curt and Annette Castagna ... has a younger sister, Allison ... majoring in business administration.

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Davidson’s Career Stats Year GP G A P 2009-10 20 6 6 12 Totals 20 6 6 12 also played three games as a team.

As a sophomore: Appeared in 20 games with six goals and six assists ... tied for team lead among firstyears with 12 points ... scored a goal in collegiate debut and seasonopener against Southern Maine on Nov. 20 ... tied for team lead with two game-winning goals; versus Wesleyan on Jan. 23, and Southern N.H. on Feb. 2 ... had two assists in tie with Saint Anselm on Jan. 15 ... member of the SMC men's soccer

Before SMC: Was a three-sport athlete at Saint Paul's School: soccer, hockey, and lacrosse. Personal: Alexander W. Davidson ... born February 28, 1990 ... son of Bill and Caryl Davidson ... is the middle of five children (older sisters Jennifer and Sarah, and younger brothers Zach and Eric) ... is an undecided major.

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30 w Mik e Dizgun So . w G w 5-9 w 170 Kir kland, Quebec OCN Blizzar d As a Freshman: Started 17 games, registering more than 1,000 minutes. Posted a .894 save percentage (third in NE-10, sixth in ECAC East) and 3.77 goals against average (fourth in NE-10). Also fourth in NE-10 and eighth in the ECAC East in winning Dizgun’s Career Stats percentage. Got first win and first Year GP Min SV% career shutout in collegiate debut 2009-10 17 1033 .894 against Univ. of New England on Totals 17 1033 .894 Nov. 21. Named NE-10 Goaltender of the Week on Feb. 8, as he stopped 32 shots in shutout of Southern N.H. on Feb. 2. An NE-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll recipient. Before SMC: Played four seasons of hockey at Deerfield Academy. Made Flood-Marr AllTournament Team junior year. Had a .944 save percentage as a junior, and .933 save percentage as a senior. Played junior hockey for the Opaskwayak Cree Nation (OCN) Blizzard of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League. Personal: Michael Vincent Dizgun. Born March 30, 1989. Son of Steve Dizgun and Anna Brunetti. Has a younger brother, Max. An undeclared major.

4 w Dan Evar ts So . w D w 6-0 w 210 Hinesb ur g , Vt. Gr een Mountain Glades As a Freshman: Played in 20 games with a goal and three assists ... made collegiate debut in win versus the Univ. of New England on Nov. 21 ... tallied first career point on an assist against Hamilton on Dec. 4 ... scored first Evarts’s Career Stats goal (a power play tally) against Year GP G A P nationally-ranked Middlebury on 2009-10 20 1 3 4 Feb. 6 ... committed nine penalties Totals 20 1 3 4 for 26 minutes ... an NE-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll recipient ... Dean's List spring 2010 semester. Before SMC: Played hockey at Champlain Valley Union High School ... earned honor roll as a student ... played junior hockey for the Green Mountain Glades of the Eastern Junior Hockey League. Personal: Daniel Paul Evarts ... born on June 24, 1989 ... son of Dave and Lisa Evarts ... has three siblings; older sisters Erin and Ali, and a younger brother Hank ... is majoring in journalism and mass communications.

18 w Josh Gear y So . w F w 6-0 w 185 Wellesle y, Mass . Phillips Ando v er Acad. As a Freshman: Led all freshmen on team with 24 games played, and tied for first among first-years with 12 points (tied for eighth in NE-10 in freshmen scoring) ... made collegiate debut in seasonopener at Southern Maine on Nov. Geary’s Career Stats Year GP G A P 20 ... tallied first career point on an 2009-10 24 5 7 12 assist against Amherst on Dec. 5 ... Totals 24 5 7 12 scored first goal (a shorthanded tally) against Franklin Pierce on Dec. 12 ... tallied game-winning goal and an assist - both in the third period - in victory versus Castleton on Feb. 13. Before SMC: Played ice hockey for three years at Wellesley High School, graduating in 2008 ... attended Phillips Andover Academy in 2008-09, and played ice hockey for a year ... at Wellesley, led Bay State Conference in goals and points in 2007-08 season ... was BSC conference MVP in 2008. Personal: Joshua Thomas Geary ... born June 13, 1990 ... son of Thomas and Charlene Geary ... older brother Matthew is a senior at Saint Michael's ... majoring in business administration, and minoring in accounting.

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19 w Mic hael Jang r o So . w F w 5-11 w 180 R eading , Mass . Valle y War rior s

Jangro’s Career Stats Year GP G A P 2009-10 14 0 3 3 Totals 14 0 3 3

As a Freshman: Played in 14 games and tallied three assists ... made first collegiate appearance against Wentworth at SMC Holiday Classic on Jan. 3 ... tallied first points with two assists in 4-4 tie with New England College on Jan. 16 ... committed three penalties for six minutes.

Before SMC: Was a four-year ice hockey and lacrosse player at Tabor Academy ... played football for three seasons ... earned Most Improved Player award freshman year ... team captain senior year. Personal: Michael Marrion Jangro ... born April 19, 1989 ... son of Robert and Jennifer ... father captained the Dartmouth College hockey team ... grandfather was an All-American hockey player at Boston College ... has an older brother, Robert, and a younger sister, Constance (a two-sport athlete at Connecticut College) ... majoring in business administration.

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Meet The Purple Knights 2 w Connor Lo g an So . w D w 5-11 w 195 Shelb ur ne , Vt. Saint Anselm Before SMC: Played ice hockey for Saint Anselm College as a freshman ... appeared in 24 games, tallied an assist and committed five penalties for 10 minutes ... made collegiate debut in season opener, a 6-4 win over Skidmore ... first career point came as an assist in 5Logan’s Career Stats 2 win at So. New Hampshire ... Year GP G A P attended Curry College in the spring 2008-09 24 0 1 1 of 2010 ... played junior hockey for Totals 24 0 1 1 the Green Mountain Glades ... played four years of hockey and two years of tennis at Rice Memorial High School. Personal: Connor McBride Logan ... son of David and Lisa ... born May 20, 1989 ... father played hockey in the NHL for the Chicago Blackhawks ... uncle, Bob Logan, played college hockey at Yale and professionally for the Buffalo Sabres of the NHL.

14 w Tim McA ulif f e So . w F w 6-0 w 185 Nor th R eading , Mass . Ver mont Academ y As a Freshman: Was not a member of the SMC hockey team ... played in 12 games as a member of the SMC baseball team. Before SMC: Played four years of hockey and baseball, three years of golf, and a year of soccer at North Reading High School ... scored 47 points in hockey as a senior, earning Team MVP honors ... played hockey and baseball for a post-graduate year at the Vermont Academy in 2008-09. Personal: Timothy Joseph McAuliffe ... born December 20, 1989 ... son of Joseph and Sue McAuliffe ... has three older siblings ... father player hockey at Merrimack College, and sister Lauren played hockey at Harvard University ... undecided on a major.

w Colb y MacDonald So . w F w 5-9 w 175 Byf ield, Mass . T he Ping r ee Sc hool

47 w Eric McGuir k So . w G w 5-11 w 175 R ehoboth, Mass . Bridg e wa ter Bandits

As a Freshman: Was not a member of the SMC hockey team ... 3.09 GPA or higher both semesters.

As a Freshman: Was not a member of the SMC hockey team ... earned a 3.16 GPA in spring 2010 semester.

Before SMC: Played four years of hockey and lacrosse at Pingree School ... captained hockey team as a junior and senior, and lacrosse team as a senior ... helped lead Pingree lacrosse to New England championship in 2005 and 2006 ... attend the Gunnery School for a post-graduate year in 2007-08.

Before SMC: Graduated from Moses Brown School in 2008 ... played junior hockey for the Bridgewater Bandits of the Eastern Junior Hockey League ... also played for the Boston Advantage AAA squad ... was Advantage Team MVP in 2008 ... also suited up for the Boston Junior Bruins AAA team, and the Foxboro Stars.

Personal: Colby Michael MacDonald ... born December 2, 1988 ... son of David and Deborah MacDonald ... has a younger brother, Matthew ... majoring in history.

Personal: Eric John McGuirk ... born January 21, 1990 ... son of Brian and Ann McGuirk ... has an older brother, Sean ... majoring in business management, and minoring in finance.

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Meet The Purple Knights 24 w Dan P elletier So . w F w 5-9 w 190 Sutton, Mass . South K ent Sc hool As a Freshman: Played in six games and recorded an assist ... first assist came in collegiate debut against Hamilton on Dec. 4 ... committed three penalties for six minutes. Before SMC: Was a fouryear ice hockey and baseball studentathlete at South Kent School ... earned honor roll three straight years ... was AAA Hockey State Champions in 2004 on club team, the Central Massachusetts Pelletier’s Career Stats Outlaws ... previously played one year of Year GP G A P hockey at St. Peter Marian High School. 2009-10 6 0 1 1 Personal: Daniel Ernest Pelletier ... born June 28, 1990 ... son of Scott and Terry Totals 6 0 1 1 Pelletier... has a younger sister, Mary Claire ... cousin, Dick Lamby, played hockey for Boston University, and for the St. Louis Blues from 1978-80 ... majoring in business administration.

27 w P etr Soustal So . w F w 6-3 w 185 Unico v, Cz ec h R e pub lic Har tford Junior Wolfpack As a Freshman: Attended Quinnipiac University in 2009-10 ... a Dean's List student. Before SMC: Graduated from Gymnazium Unicov in 2008 ... played hockey for the Hartford Junior Wolfpack in 2008-09. Personal: Petr Soustal ... born January 14, 1989 ... son of Petr Soustal and Leona Soustalova ... has two younger brothers, Tomas and Michal ... has a relative, Tomas Benovic, who plays hockey at American International College ... majoring in business administration ... also a member of the SMC men's tennis team, compiling 1-1 record at #2 singles and 1-2 record at #1 doubles in fall 2010 semester.

6 w K e vin Lampr on F r. w D w 6-0 w 185 Dor c hester, Mass . Bridg e wa ter Bandits Before SMC: Played ice hockey at Catholic Memorial High School, graduating in 2009 ... played junior hockey for the Bridgewater Bandits of the Eastern Junior Hockey League. Personal: Kevin Patrick Lampron ... born October 13, 1990 ... son of Kevin and Patricia Lampron ... has an older sister, Megan, and two younger siblings, Sean and MaryKate ... majoring in engineering.

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23 w Ric h R odesc hini So . w F w 5-9 w 170 Hope w ell Jct., N .Y. Canterb ur y Sc hool As a Freshman: Was not a member of the SMC hockey team ... earned a 3.32 GPA in spring 2010 semester. Before SMC: Played ice hockey, lacrosse and soccer at the Canterbury School, graduating in 2009 ... scored 44 points in two years of hockey at Canterbury ... Team MVP both seasons ... helped team reach Section I Championship in 2006-07 ... attended John Jay High School from 2004-07. Personal: Richard Francis Rodeschini ... born April 6, 1990 ... son of Richard and Roseann Rodeschini ... has two older sisters, Andrea and Lisa ... majoring in business administration.

17 w R y an Ar senault F r. w F w 5-7 w 165 R eading , Mass . Ne w Hampton Sc hool Before SMC: Played four years of ice hockey and lacrosse at Reading Memorial High School, graduating in 2009. Played hockey for a postgraduate year at New Hampton School. New Hampton hockey team's MVP in 2009-10, and a Lakes Region All-Star. MVP of Reading hockey team as a senior. Captained hockey and lacrosse squads at Reading. Helped lead Reading hockey to Division IA state title as a junior (the first public school to win). Personal: Ryan Mark Arsenault. Born July 4, 1990. Son of Dana and Corinne Arsenault. Has an older brother, Dana. Undecided on a major.

12 w R y an MacDonald F r. w D w 6-0 w 180 Darien, Conn. Ber kshir e Sc hool Before SMC: Played four years of hockey, football and lacrosse at Darien High School. In hockey, earned AllState and All-Conference honors as a senior, and was named team's MVP. In football, earned All-New England and All-Conference honors, and was team MVP. Played hockey for a post-graduate year at the Berkshire School. Personal: Ryan Hayden MacDonald. Born October 10, 1991. Son of John and Jamie MacDonald. Father played college football, brother was a college pitcher, and has a cousin who dove at the University of North Carolina. Majoring in business administration.

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Meet The Purple Knights 22 w Nic McIntyr e F r. w D w 5-11 w 185 Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Que. K ent Sc hool Before SMC: Played hockey and lacrosse at the Kent School ... earned team's Best Defense Award in hockey as a senior, scoring 41 points in 50 games. Personal: Nicholas R. McIntyre ... born March 25, 1990 ... son of Graeme and Donna McIntyre ... has an older sister, Vanessa ... grandfather, Gerry McNeil, won two Stanley Cups playing for the Montreal Canadians in the 1950s ... majoring in business administration, and minoring in marketing.

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w Marc-Olivier Sauriol F r. w F w 5-9 w 160 Montr eal, Quebec Stanstead Colle g e

Before SMC: Played hockey, rugby and soccer for two years while attending Stanstead College from 2008-10 ... scored 71 points in hockey as a junior, earning Team MVP honors ... team was Midget AAA finalist ... scored 19 goals in 19 games in soccer as a senior. Personal: Marc-Olivier Sauriol ... born January 11, 1991 ... son of Charles Sauriol and Nathalie Daigle ... has two younger sisters, Gabrielle and Rosemarie ... father's cousin is Dan Boyle, who plays for the NHL's San Jose Sharks ... undecided on a major.

5 w Sam Tor ne y F r. w D w 6-0 w 185 Shelb ur ne , Vt. Gr een Mountain Glades Before SMC: Played hockey and lacrosse at the Berkshire School from 2007-09 ... helped lacrosse team win 2008 Class B New England Championship ... before Berkshire, played hockey at Rice Memorial High School in Burlington, Vt., from 2004-07 ... spent the 2009-10 season playing for the Bridgewater Bandits of the Eastern Junior Hockey League. Personal: Samuel Paul Torney ... born February 12, 1990 ... son of Robert and Sally Torney ... has an older brother, Bobby, and a younger brother, Jack ... father played hockey for the University of Vermont and the Washington Capitals ... older brother plays hockey at Saint Lawrence University ... also has a cousin, Mike, who played hockey professionally and for UVM ... majoring in business administration.

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2009-10 Results

Record All Games ECAC East NE-10 Non-Conference Date

Opponent

Overall 7-17-3 3-13-3 3-1-1 1-3-0 Result

2009-10 Game Results Home Away 5-6-2 2-11-1 2-4-2 1-9-1 2-1-0 1-1-0 1-2-0 0-1-0

Neutral 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Overtime 0-0-1 0-0-1 0-0-1 0-0-0

SMC Goal Scorers

11/20 at Southern Maine ^ L, 2-3 Davidson, McGuirk 11/21 at Univ. New England ^ W, 4-0 Earle, MacKinnon, Sheehan, Legare 11/24 at Assumption = L, 6-4 Earle (2), MacKinnon, Davidson 12/4 Hamilton ^ L, 5-2 Geary,, Sheehan 12/5 Amherst ^ L, 4-1 Sheehan 12/8 at Norwich ^ L, 6-2 Rigtrup (2) 12/12 Franklin Pierce = W, 8-1 Sheehan (2), Earle (2), Geary,, MacKinnon, Geverd, Rigtrup 1/2 Morrisville ! L, 4-1 Earle 1/3 Wentworth ! L, 6-3 Higgins (2), Nannicelli 1/8 at Colby ^ T, 5-5 Geverd (2), Rigtrup, Marquis, Belmore 1/9 at Bowdoin ^ L, 6-2 Belmore, Geverd 1/15 Saint Anselm = ^ T, 6-6 (OT) Belmore (2), Geverd (2), Rigtrup, MacKinnon 1/16 New England College ^ T, 4-4 MacKinnon (2), Earle, Geary 1/22 Trinity ^ L, 3-0 1/23 Wesleyan ^ W, 3-2 Geverd, Legare, Davidson 1/29 at Babson ^ L, 4-1 Belmore 1/30 at Umass Boston ^ L, 7-2 Earle (2) 2/2 at Southern N.H. = W, 5-0 Sheehan (2), Davidson, Earle, MacKinnon 2/5 at Williams ^ L, 4-1 Earle 2/6 at Middleburry ^ L, 7-2 Evarts, Geverd 2/13 Castleton ^ W, 4-3 Davidson (2), Briand, Geary 2/19 at Tufts ^ L, 7-2 Sheehan, Vorozilchak 2/20 at Conn. College ^ L, 5-3 Costagna, MacKinnon, Vorozilchak 2/23 Stonehill = W, 4-1 Marquis, MacKinnon, Geary, Higgins 2/27 Southern N.H.@ W, 7-5 MacKinnon (3),Vorozilchak,. Rigtrup, Higgins, Nest 3/3 at Assumption # L, 5-1 Vorozilchak ^ ECAC East Contest = NE-10 Contest @NE-10 Quarterfinals # NE-10 Semifinals ! Saint Michael’s Tournament

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SMC Goalie (SV) Rimmer (25) Dizgun (24) Rimmer (16) Dizgun (23) Rimmer (32) Rimmer (32) Dizgun (33) Dizgun (25) Dizgun (27) Rimmer (28) Dizgun (44) Dizgun (34) Dizgun (40) Dizgun (40) Dizgun (27) Dizgun (31) Rimmer (34) Dizgun (39) Dizgun (32) Rimmer (39) Dizgun (30) Dizgun (40) Rimmer (39) Dizgun (43) Dizgun (19) Rimmer (30) Rimmer (32)

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2009-10 Statistics NO.

16 21 10 26 19 5 15 29 3 7 18 12 4 13 6 22 2 8 11 27 24 28 25 20 30 23

Overall: 27 Games Played (7-17-3 .315) Pos./Yr. GP G A P PEN/MIN PP SH GW GP G

PLAYER

Matt Rigtrup D/Jr. 26 6 21 27 Nick Sheehan F/Jr. 27 8 17 25 Reave MacKinnon F/So. 26 13 11 24 Brady Earle F/So. 25 11 13 24 Tim Geverd D/Sr. 27 9 13 22 Dave Vorozikchak D/Sr. 22 4 15 19 Glenn Belmore F/Jr. 26 5 10 15 Alex Davidson F/Fr. 20 6 6 12 Josh Geary F/Fr. 24 5 7 12 Alex Higgins F/Sr. 22 4 3 7 Kyle Marquis F/Sr. 25 2 3 5 Jean-Maxime Legare F/Sr. 23 2 2 4 Dan Evarts D/Fr. 20 1 3 4 Ryan Nest F/Sr. 25 1 3 4 F/Fr. 12 1 2 3 Justin Castagna Paul Nannicelli D/Sr. 24 1 2 3 Michael Jangro F/Fr. 14 0 3 3 Pat McGuirk F/Sr. 8 1 1 2 Fran Briand F/Jr. 20 1 1 2 Bryan Brunton D/Sr. 17 0 2 2 Dan Pelletier F/Fr. 6 0 1 1 Tully LaBelle-HamerF/D/Jr. 25 0 1 1 Alex Kaiser F/Fr. 2 0 0 0 Brendan Rimmer G/Jr. 10 0 0 0 Mike Dizgun G/Fr. 17 0 0 0 Trevor Pawliczka F/So. 19 0 0 0

Saint Michael's Opponents GOALTENDER 30 Mike Dizgun 20 Brendan Rimmer Open Net Saint Michael's Opponents

Special Teams Saint Michael's Opponents

16/40 13/34 13/34 18/52 24/51 10/26 16/43 4/8 2/4 3/6 12/35 17/34 9/26 18/50 2/4 6/12 3/6 1/2 2/4 10/20 3/6 14/28 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

P

12 9 8 6 7 8 4 5 6 3 2 2 1 1 0 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

60 37 31 38 22 38 20 12 12 28 14 23 4 20 3 7 3 24 5 5 1 4 0 0 0 1

3 4 4 6 7 4 1 3 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

18 19 18 17 19 14 18 16 16 14 19 17 14 17 6 17 12 5 14 14 4 18 1 6 13 15

3 2 2 1 6 2 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

27 81 140 221 226/561 37 27 115 187 302 209/512 38

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19 48 83 131 157/384 21 19 86 135 221 141/346 30

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GP MIN GA Svs Sv% 17 1033:26 65 551 .894 10 598:18 49 306 .862 4 3:16 1 27 1635 115 857 .882 27 1635 81 713 .898

Power Play 37/153 .242 38/171 .222

4 4 6 5 8 2 5 4 3 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ECAC East: 19 GP (3-13-3 .237) Career A P PEN/MIN PP SH GW GP G A

16 13 14 11 15 10 9 9 9 3 3 4 2 1 1 1 3 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

11/30 11/30 7/14 11/30 19/38 5/10 9/26 4/8 2/4 3/6 10/31 12/24 8/24 9/29 1/2 3/6 3/6 0/0 1/2 6/12 1/2 13/26 0/0 0/0 0/0 4/8

13 14 16 14 9 10 6 6 5 14 4 8 1 8 1 1 0 11 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

47 23 15 24 13 28 14 6 7 14 10 15 3 12 2 6 3 13 3 4 1 3 0 0 0 1

GAA W-L-T SO GP MIN GA Svs Sv% GAA W-L-T GP W-L-T SO 3.77 6-8-3 2 13 793:26 58 448 .885 4.39 3-7-3 17 6-8-12 2 4.91 1-9-0 0 6 358:18 27 200 .881 4.52 0-6-0 22 3-17-0 0 4 3:16 1 4.22 7-17-3 2 19 1155 86 648 .883 4.47 3-13-3 2.97 17-7-3 1 19 1155 48 424 .898 2.49 13-3-3

Overall Penalty Kill Combined PPC/G 133/171 .778 170/324 .525 5.7 116/153 .758 154/324 .475 6.3

Power Play 21/102 .206 30/117 .256

ECAC East Penalty Kill Combined PPC/G 87/117 .744 108/219 .493 5.4 81/102 .794 111/219 .507 6.2

Scoring Saint Michael's Opponents Difference

1st 23 36 -13

2nd 34 41 -7

Overall 3rd 24 38 -14

OT 0 0 +0

Total 81 115 -34

1st 14 27 -13

2nd 21 29 -8

Shots On Goal Saint Michael’s Opponents Difference

1st 247 315 -68

2nd 290 349 -59

Overall 3rd 251 300 -49

OT 6 8 -2

Total 794 972 -178

1st 136 237 -101

ECAC East 2nd 3rd 162 168 271 218 -109 -50

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80 65 52 50 29 70 63 20 24 73 70 97 20 79 12 81 14 68 50 37 6 64 2 22 17 35

ECAC East 3rd OT 13 0 30 0 -17 +0

OT 6 8 -2

Total 48 86 -38

Total 472 734 -262

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NCAA Champions


NCAA Champions

March 13, 1999 Saint Michael’s 8, Southern New Hampshire 5 NCAA Division II National Championship (Head Coach Chris Davidson ’99 with trophy)


Historical Information All-Time Series

Year-by-Year Records Year 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

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

W 4 9 10 12 8 13 16 10 6 11 3 1 7 7 11 12 12 12 8 5 5 4 3 4 2 5 4 3

25 Seasons

294 354

207 258

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ECAC L 9 4 8 7 9 6 4 9 12 11 11 13 7 6 2 2 4 5 8 13 12 14 14 11 17 13 14 13

T 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 2 4 0 1 1 3 23

After stepping down following the 2006-07 season, Head Coach Lou DiMasi set the standard with 264 career wins over the course of 25 years at the helm of the Purple Knights.

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Opponent Air Force Alabama-Huntsville Amherst Army Assumption Babson Becker Bentley Bowdoin Brockport Castleton State Colby Conn. College Curry Elmira Fairfield Fitchburg State Framingham State Franklin Pierce Geneseo Hamilton Hamline Hawthorne Holy Cross Johnson & Wales Keene State Lebanon Valley Lehigh Mass. College Middlebury Morrisville State Navy Neumann New England Nichols Norwich Plattsburgh State Plymouth State Quinnipiac Rochester Inst. of Tech. Roger Williams Saint Anselm Salem State Salve Regina Skidmore Southeastern Mass. Southern Maine Southern N.H. Stonehill Suffolk SUNY-Cortland SUNY-Potsdam Trinity (Conn.) Tufts UMass Boston UMass Dartmouth Univ. of New England Villanova Wentworth Wesleyan Western New England Westfield Williams Worcester State

W 0 0 0 0 22 2 2 6 1 1 4 0 4 4 0 1 2 10 9 1 1 0 1 0 2 4 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 4 0 0 17 15 0 5 5 1 3 22 0 7 29 25 19 1 0 4 12 6 1 1 11 4 4 4 1 0 5

L 1 1 7 5 13 11 0 11 8 0 4 8 15 8 1 6 11 3 0 0 8 2 2 1 2 0 2 0 2 14 1 0 1 7 2 25 1 13 6 1 0 8 4 0 16 2 9 17 12 7 1 7 10 13 7 14 0 0 3 3 1 2 9 4

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

Last SMC W ----08-09 03-04 07-08 97-98 02-03 85-86 09-10 -08-09 00-01 -90-91 04-05 00-01 09-10 83-84 07-08 -87-88 -05-06 85-86 98-99 85-86 01-02 --83-84 00-01 -00-01 --00-01 96-97 -87-88 07-08 01-02 00-01 07-08 -05-06 09-10 08-09 00-01 97-98 -08-09 08-09 08-09 97-98 09-10 91-92 99-00 09-10 00-01 85-86 -00-01

Last OPP W 00-01 86-87 09-10 99-00 09-10 09-10 -98-99 09-10 -08-09 08-09 09-10 93-94 00-01 94-95 00-01 91-92 --09-10 07-08 85-86 90-91 00-01 -00-01 -02-03 09-10 09-10 -05-06 08-09 08-09 09-10 03-04 94-95 88-89 03-04 -08-09 08-09 -09-10 90-91 09-10 05-06 09-10 93-94 99-00 99-00 09-10 09-10 09-10 99-00 --09-10 06-07 99-00 86-87 09-10 99-00

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Individual Records Skaters

Goaltenders Wins

Scoring 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. T-9. T-9.

Name John Gurskis ’98 Michel Dupont ’98* Jay Rourke ’98 Jason Harrington ’01 Jared Silver ’07 Jay Bellissimo ’87 Justin Quenneville ’04 Alex Watts ’06 Ryan Mero ’09 Kyle Lanfear ’98

Years ’94-’98 ’95-’98 ’94-’98 ’97-’01 ’03-’07 ’83-’87 ’00-’04 ’02-’06 ’05-’09 ’94-’98

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. T-6. T-6. 8. T-9. T-9.

Name Michel Dupont ’98* John Gurskis ’98 Jay Bellissimo ’87 Jason Harrington ’01 Jay Rourke ’98 Justin Quenneville ’04 Jared Silver ’07 Bob Berno ’85 Jeremy Coccaro ’02 Ryan Mero ’09

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

Name John Gurskis ’98 Jay Rourke ’98 Jared Silver ’07 Michel Dupont ’98* Kyle Lanfear ’98 Jason Harrington ’01 Alex Watts ’06 Justin Quenneville ’04 Ryan Mero ’09 Josh Ralph ’00*

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. T-9. T-9.

Name Jared Silver ’07 Jay Rourke ’98 Kyle Lanfear ’98 Jeremy Coccaro ’02 Jean-Maxime Legare ’10 Steve McCormack ’03 Erik Caron ’08 Brent Hill ’04 Brian Mullahy ’90 Brian Dodge ’09

Points (g-a) 234 (93-141) 186 (97-89) 167 (66-101) 149 (70-79) 149 (59-90) 131 (71-60) 129 (59-70) 123 (47-76) 119 (51-68) 119 (32-87)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. T-7. T-7. 9. 10.

Goals Goals 97 93 71 70 66 59 59 57 51 51

Years 1995-98 1994-98 1983-87 1997-01 1994-98 2000-04 2003-07 1982-85 1998-02 2005-09

Assists Assists 141 101 90 89 87 79 76 70 68 65

Years 1994-98 1994-98 2003-07 1995-98 1994-98 1997-01 2002-06 2000-04 2005-09 1997-00

Penalty In Minutes PIM 229 212 186 180 175 169 164 163 160 160

Years 2003-07 1994-98 1994-98 1998-02 2006-10 1999-03 2004-08 2000-04 1985-90 2005-09

Power Play Goals: 34, Michel Dupont (1995-98*) Short-Handed Goals: 13, Jason Harrington (1997-01) Game-Winning Goals: 11, John Gurskis (1994-98)

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Name Phil Fernandez ’87 Simon Theberge ’02 Bill Heney ’92 Bob Chancio ’98 Derek Jackson ’07 Tyler Bilton ’09# Nick Dion ’99 Mark Crowley ‘91* Chris Yurco^ Andy Joy ’05

Record 37-37-1 31-38-3 27-25-1 23-11-0 22-32-3 21-21-2 19-10-3 17-14-2 17-7-0 15-21-2

Years 1983-87 1998-02 1987-92 1994-98 2003-07 2007-09 1995-99 1988-91 1997-98^ 2001-04

Goals Against Average (minimum 1,000 minutes) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Chris Yurco^ Tyler Bilton ’09 Mike Dizgun ’13^ Bob Chancio ’98 Nick Dion ’99 Mark Crowley ’91* Fred Sunderland ’97* Simon Theberge ’02 Bill Heney ’92 Dave Anderson ’90

GAA (ga/min) 3.34 (76/1,367) 3.62 (165/2,732) 3.77 (65/1,033) 3.84 (135/2,110) 3.88 (122/1,889) 3.94 (133/2,025) 4.04 (126/1,872) 4.29 (303/4,360) 4.34 (230/3,182) 4.49 (92/1,230)

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

Name SV% (sh/sv) Tyler Bilton ’09# .907 (1,767/1,602) Mark Crowley ’91* .900 (1,333/1,200) Mike Dizgun ’13^ .894 (227/200) Bill Heney ’92 .893 (2,144/1,914) Chris Yurco^ .893 (708/632) Simon Theberge ’02.886 (2,647/2,344) Nick Dion ’09 .881 (1,024/902) Derek Jackson ’07 .877 (2056/1804) Dave Anderson ’90 .872 (718/626) Phil Fernandez ’87 .871 (2,665/2,320)

Years 1997-98 2007-09 2009-present 1994-98 1995-99 1988-91* 1994-97* 1998-02 1987-92 1985-90

Save Percentage (minimum 1,000 minutes) Years 2007-09 1988-91 2009-present 1987-92 1997-98 1998-02 1995-99 2003-07 1985-90 1983-87

Games: 81, Simon Theberge, 1998-02 Shutouts: 2, Phil Fernandez, 1983-87 2, Bill Heney, 1987-92 2, Simon Theberge, 1998-02 2, Mike Dizgun, 2009-10 Minutes: 4,360, Simon Theberge, 1998-02 Goals Allowed: 342, Phil Fernandez, 1983-87 Saves: 2,344, Simon Theberge, 1998-02 Shots Faced: 2,665, Phil Fernandez, 1983-87 *three year career # two-year career ^one-year career current players in bold

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Team and Individual Records TEAM RECORDS Most Game Played, Season: 28, in 1998-99 (16-10-2) 28, in 2008-09 (11-15-2) Fewest Games Played, Season: 18, in 1982-83 (5-13) Most Wins, Season: 20, in 1997-98 (20-7) Fewest Wins, Season: 1, in 1993-94 (1-19) Fewest Losses, Season: 7, in 1988-89 (16-7-1) 7, in 1996-97 (17-7-1) 7, in 1997-98 (20-7) Most Losses, Season: 20, in 2006-07 (6-20) Most Ties, Season: 4, in 2005-06 (9-14-4) High Winning Percentage, Season: .740, in 1997-98 (20-7) Lowest Winning Percentage, Season: .050, in 1993-94 (1-19) Longest Streak Avoiding Being Shut Out: 137 games, 11/19/89-2/23/95 Longest Winning Streak: 9, 1/14/84-2/8/84 9, 1/10/98-2/18/98 Longest Unbeaten Streak: 11, 1/18/89-3/1/89 (10-0-1) Longest Losing Streak: 12, 2/26/85-1/13/86 12, 1/19/94-11/19/94 Longest Winless Streak: 13, 2/24/85-1/13/86 (0-12-1) Highest Offensive Average: 6.33, in 1997-98 (171 goals/27 gm) Lowest Offensive Average: 2.77, in 2006-07 (72 goals/26 gm) Lowest Defensive Average: 3.59, in 1997-98 (97 goals/27 gm) Highest Defensive Average: 7.15, in 1993-94 (143 goals/20 gm) Most Goals: Period - 10 vs. Nichols (third period), 11/26/99 Game - 19 vs. Nichols, 11/26/99 Season - 130, in 1998-99 (28 games) Most Assists: Period - 13 vs. Nichols (third period), 11/26/99 Game - 30 vs. Nichols, 11/26/99 Season - 209, in 1995-96 (24 games) Most Points: Period - 23 vs. Nichols (10-13; third period), 11/26/99 Game - 49 vs. Nichols (19-30), 11/26/99 Season - 329, in 1995-96 (120-209 in 24 games) 329, in 1996-97 (127-202 in 25 games) Most Goals by Opponent: Period - 8 by UMass Dartmouth, 2/5/94 8 by Saint Anselm, 2/14/04 Game - 16 by UMass Dartmouth, 2/5/94 Season - 153, in 2003-04 (27 games) Most Penalties: Game - 22 vs. Quinnipiac, 1/14/86 Game by Opponent - 20 by Castleton State, 11/15/03 Game by 2 teams - 39 vs. Quinnipiac, 1/14/86 Season - 253, in 2007-08 (27 games) Season by Opponent - 236, in 1999-2000 (26 games) Most Penalty Minutes: Game - 57 vs. Quinnipiac, 1/14/86 Game by Opponent - 64 by Castleton State, 11/15/03 Game by 2 teams - 101 vs. Quinnipiac, 1/14/86 Season - 674, in 2007-08 (27 games) Season by Opponent - 547, in 1999-2000 (26 games) Most Shots on Goal: Game - 72 vs. Nichols, 11/26/99 Season - 961, in 1999-2000 (36.96 shots/gm in 26 games)

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Most Points: Game - 10, Michel Dupont (4-6) vs. Suffolk, 1/20/96 Season - 82, John Gurskis (34-48), 1997-98 Season (Rookie) - 64, Michel Dupont (29-35), 1995-96 Career - 234, John Gurskis (93-141), 1994-98 Most Goals: Period - 4, Michel Dupont (third period) vs. Stonehill, 11/22/97 Game - 6, Michel Dupont vs. Stonehill, 11/22/97 Season - 42, Michel Dupont, 1997-98 Season (Rookie) - 29, Michel Dupont, 1995-96 Career - 97, Michel Dupont, 1995-98 Consecutive Games Scoring a Goal: 8, Brendan Callahan - 11/27/91-1/17/92 (18 goals) Most Hat Tricks: Season - 6, Brendan Callahan, 1991-92 Career - 11, Michel Dupont, 1995-98 Most Assists: Period - 4, Michel Dupont vs. Suffolk, 1/20/96 Game - 7, Josh Ralph vs. Salve Regina, 11/13/99 Season - 48, John Gurskis, 1997-98 Season (Rookie) - 35, Michel Dupont, 1995-96 Career - 141, John Gurskis, 1994-98 Most Penalties: Game - 5, Sean Foley vs. Hawthorne, 2/13/86 Season - 35, Brian Mullahy, 1988-89 Career - 86, Kyle Lanfear, 1994-98 Most Penalty Minutes: Game - 24, Chris Zimmermann vs. Southern Maine, 1/10/04 Season - 78, Brian Mullahy, 1988-89 Career - 212, Jay Rourke, 1994-98 Most Power Play Goals, Season: 16, Michel Dupont, 1997-98 Most Short-Handed Goals, Season: 7, Jason Harrington, 2000-01 Most Game-Winning Goals, Season: 5, Michel Dupont, 1996-97 -- GOALTENDERS -Most Wins: Season - 17, Chris Yurco (17-7-0), 1997-98 Career - 37, Phil Fernandez (37-37-1), 1983-87 Lowest Goals Against Average: Season - 3.34, Chris Yurco (76 ga/1,367 min.), 1997-98 Career - 3.62, Tyler Bilton (47 games), 2007-09 Most Saves: Game - 64, Bill Heney vs. Fitchburg State, 12/8/90 Season - 806, Tyler Bilton (25 games), 2007-08 Career - 2,320, Phil Fernandez, 1983-87 Most Shots Faced: Game - 68, Bill Heney vs. Fitchburg State, 12/8/90 Season - 957, Simon Theberge, 2000-01 Career - 2,665, Phil Fernandez, 1983-87 Most Shutouts, Season: 2, Mike Dizgun (17 games), 2009-10 Most Minutes, Season: 1,600, Simon Theberge, 2000-01 Highest Save Percentage: Season: .916, Tyler Bilton (22 games), 2008-09 Career: .907, Tyler Bilton (44 games), 2007-09 Most Goals Allowed, Season: 120, Simon Theberge, 2000-01 Longest Shutout Streak: 116:27, Phil Fernandez, 1/25/84-2/2/84

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Individual Honors 1987-88 Sean Foley ‘88 ECAC North Tournament MVP 1990-91 Mark Crowley ‘91 All-ECAC 1991-92 Brendan Callahan '92 All-ECAC First Team Brendan Callahan '92 All-New England Division II 1992-93 Mark Needleman '93 All-ECAC First Team Mark Needleman '93 All-New England Division II 1994-95 Matt Gill ‘95 NCAA Division II All-American Honorable Mention John Gurskis ‘98 ECAC Rookie of the Year John Gurskis ‘98 NCAA Division II All-American Honorable Mention Kyle Lanfear ‘98 NCAA Division II All-American Honorable Mention Peter Mongeau ‘95 NCAA Division II All-American Honorable Mention Jay Rourke ‘98 NCAA Division II All-American Honorable Mention Jay Rourke ‘98 All-ECAC First Team 1995-96 Michel Dupont ‘98 ECAC Rookie of the Year Michel Dupont ‘98 CoSIDA All-America First Team Michel Dupont ‘98 NCAA Division II All-American First Team Michel Dupont ‘98 GTE Academic All-American Second Team John Gurskis ‘98 ECAC All-Central Team John Gurskis ‘98 NEHWA North-Central-South All-Star John Gurskis ‘98 NCAA Division II All-American Second Team Jay Rourke ‘98 NCAA Division II All-American Honorable Mention 1996-97 Lou DiMasi NEHWA Division III Coach of the Year Lou DiMasi ECAC/Bauer North-Central-South Coach of the Year Bob Chancio ‘98 ECAC North-Central-South All-Star Michel Dupont ‘98 NEHWA Division III All-Star Michel Dupont ‘98 ECAC North-Central-South All-Star Michel Dupont ‘98 NCAA Division II All-American Honorable Mention Michel Dupont ‘98 GTE Academic All-American Second Team John Gurskis ‘98 NEHWA Division III All-Star John Gurskis ‘98 ECAC North-Central-South All-Star John Gurskis ‘98 ECAC North-Central-South Player of the Year Kyle Lanfear ‘98 NEHWA Division III All-Star Kyle Lanfear ‘98 ECAC North-Central-South All-Star Kyle Lanfear ‘98 NCAA Division II All-American Second Team 1997-98 Michel Dupont ‘98 NCAA Division II All-American Second Team Michel Dupont ‘98 NEHWA Division III All-Star John Gurskis ‘98 NCAA Division II All-American First Team John Gurskis ‘98 ECAC Central Player of the Year John Gurskis ‘98 ECAC Central All-League John Gurskis ‘98 NEHWA Division III All-Star Kyle Lanfear ‘98 NCAA Division II All-American First Team Kyle Lanfear ‘98 ECAC Central All-League Kyle Lanfear ‘98 NEHWA Division III All-Star Jay Rourke ‘98 NCAA Division II All-American Honorable Mention Chris Yurco NCAA Division II All-American Honorable Mention Chris Yurco ECAC Central Rookie of the Year Chris Yurco ECAC Central All-League Chris Yurco NEHWA Division III All-Star 1998-99 Darren Beers '99 NCAA Division II All-American First Team Darren Beers '99 NEHWA Division III All-Star Chris Davidson '99 ECAC Northeast Tournament All-Tournament Team Nick Dion '99 NCAA Division II All-American Second Team Jason Harrington '01 NCAA Division II All-American First Team Josh Ralph ‘00 NCAA Division II All-American First Team 1999-2000 Josh Ralph ‘00 NCAA Division II Player of the Year Josh Ralph ‘00 NCAA Division II All-American First Team

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2000-01 Mike Griffin '01 ECAC Northeast Division II All-League Jason Harrington '01 ECAC Northeast Division II All-League Jason Harrington '01 NEHWA ECAC Northeast All-Star Justin Quenneville '04 ECAC Northeast Division II All-Rookie Team Simon Theberge '02 ECAC Northeast Division II All-League Jim Walsh '02 ECAC Northeast Division II All-League Honorable Mention 2001-02 Nick Berno ‘03 ECAC Division II Tournament MVP Jeremy Coccaro ‘02 All-Division II Team Jim Walsh ‘02 All-Division II Team Nick Towne ‘05 Division II All-Rookie Team Selection 2002-03 Lou DiMasi ECAC Division II Coach of the Year Gavin Faretra ‘04 ECAC Division II Second Team Brent Hill ‘04 ECAC Division II Second Team Andy Joy ‘04 ECAC Division II Goaltender of the Year Daykin Marini ‘03 ECAC Division II First Team Jonathan Perez ‘06 ECAC Division II All-Rookie Team Justin Quenneville ‘04 ECAC Division II First Team Alex Watts ‘06 ECAC Division II All-Rookie Team Alex Watts ‘06 ECAC Division II Tournament MVP 2003-04 Justin Quenneville ‘04 ECAC East Second Team Justin Quennevile ‘04 Northeast-10 First Team Jared Silver ‘07 ECAC East All-Rookie Team Jared Silver ‘07 Northeast-10 Tournament MVP Brent Hill ‘04 Northeast-10 Second Team Alex Watts ‘04 Northeast-10 Second Team 2004-05 Steve Nerland ’06 ECAC East All-Academic Team Erik Caron ’08 Northeast-10 Second Team Jared Silver ’07 Northeast-10 Second Team Jared Silver ’07 ECAC East Honorable Mention Jared Silver ’07 Jewish Sports Review All-American 2005-06 Jared Silver ’07 Northeast-10 Player of the Year Jared Silver ’07 Northeast-10 All-Conference First Team Jared Silver ’07 ECAC East Honorable Mention Alex Watts ’06 Northeast-10 All-Conference First Team Nick Dancey ’06 Northeast-10 All-Conference First Team David Mullins ’06 Northeast-10 All-Conference Second Team 2006-07 Jared Silver ’07 Northeast-10 All-Conference First Team John Burns ’09 Northeast-10 All-Conference Second Team 2007-08 Chris Davidson Northeast-10 Coach of the Year Ryan Mero ’09 Northeast-10 Player of the Year Ryan Mero ’09 Northeast-10 All-Conference First Team John Burns ’09 Northeast-10 Defensive Player of the Year John Burns ’09 Northeast-10 All-Conference First Team Chris Healey ’09 Northeast-10 All-Conference Second Team Tyler Bilton ’09 Northeast-10 Tournament Most Valuable Player 2008-09 Matt Rigtrup ’11 Northeast-10 Defensive Player of the Year Tyler Bilton ’09 Northeast-10 Goaltender of the Year Ryan Mero ’09 Northeast-10 All-Conference First Team Matt Rigtrup ’11 Northeast-10 All-Conference First Team Tyler Bilton ’09 Northeast-10 All-Conference First Team Chris Healey ’09 Northeast-10 All-Conference Second Team Brady Earle ’11 Northeast-10 All-Rookie Team 2009-10 Matt Rigtrup ’11 Northeast-10 Defensive Player of the Year Matt Rigtrup ’11 Northeast-10 All-Conference First Team Tim Geverd ’10 Northeast-10 All-Conference Second Team Mike Dizgun ’13 Northeast-10 All-Rookie Team Tim Geverd ’10 ECAC East Honorable Mention

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Year-By-Year Results 2009-10 Date 11/20 11/21 11/24 12/4 12/5 12/8 12/12 1/2 1/3 1/8 1/9 1/15 1/16 1/22 1/23 1/29 1/30 2/2 2/5 2/6 2/12 2/13 2/19 2/20 2/23 2/27 3/3

Opponent at Southern Maine at Univ. New England at Assumption Hamilton Amherst at Norwich Franklin Pierce Morrisville State* Wentworth* at Colby at Bowdoin Saint Anselm New England Trinity Wesleyan at Babson at UMass Boston at Southern N.H. at Williams at Middlebury Skidmore Castleton at Tufts at Conn. College Stonehill Southern N.H.& at Assumption#

(7-17-3) Score L, 3-2 W, 4-0 L, 6-4 L, 5-2 L, 4-1 L, 6-2 W, 8-1 L, 5-1 L, 6-3 T, 5-5 L, 6-2 T, 6-6 T, 4-4 L, 3-0 W, 3-2 L, 4-1 L, 7-2 W, 5-0 L, 4-1 L, 7-2 L, 5-2 W, 4-3 L, 7-2 L, 5-3 W, 4-1 W, 7-5 L, 5-1

* SMC Holiday Tournament & NE-10 Quarterfinals # NE-10 Semifinals 2008-09 Date 11/21 11/22 11/25 12/5 12/6 12/9 1/2 1/3 1/9 1/10 1/13 1/16 1/17 1/23 1/24 1/30 1/31 2/3 2/6 2/7 2/13 2/14 2/20 2/21 2/24 2/28 3/4 3/7

Opponent Salem State Southern Maine Assumption* at Amherst at Hamilton Norwich Nichols^* Fitchburg^* Conn. College* Tufts* at Franklin Pierce* UMass Boston Babson at Wesleyan at Trinity at New England Saint Anselm Southern N.H. Middlebury Williams at Castleton at Skidmore Bowdoin Colby at Stonehill at Assumption& at Southern N.H.# Stonehill!

(11-15-2) Score L, 5-0 L, 6-2 W, 5-2 L, 4-2 L, 6-3 L, 7-0 L, 5-3 T, 4-4 W, 3-2 W, 4-1 W, 4-1 W, 4-3 L, 3-0 T, 2-2 W, 2-1 L, 5-3 L, 4-2 W, 5-3 L, 12-2 L, 2-1 L, 8-3 L, 7-1 L, 4-1 L, 6-1 W, 5-2 W, 5-4 W, 4-2 W, 3-2

* Indicated vacated/forfeited contest ^ SMC Holiday Tournament & NE-10 Quarterfinals # NE-10 Semifinals ! NE-10 Championship 2007-08 Date 11/16 11/17 11/20 11/30 12/1 12/4 12/8 12/29 12/30 1/11 1/12 1/18 1/19 1/25 1/26 2/1 2/2 2/5 2/8 2/9 2/15 2/16 2/22 2/23 2/26 3/5 3/8

Opponent at Salem State at Southern Maine at Assumption Amherst Hamilton at Norwich Franklin Pierce Concordia (MN)^ Becker^ at Conn. College at Tufts at UMass Boston at Babson Wesleyan Trinity New England Saint Anselm at Southern N.H. at Middlebury at Williams Castleton Skidmore at Bowdoin at Colby Stonehill Stonehill# Saint Anselm!

(12-14-1) Score L, 5-6 L, 0-4 W, 4-2 T, 4-4 W, 6-4 L, 0-6 W, 7-1 W, 3-2 W, 3-1 L, 3-6 L, 3-6 L, 1-3 L, 2-5 W, 4-2 W, 6-2 L, 2-3 W, 7-3 W, 4-3 L, 4-7 L, 0-5 L, 1-6 W, 4-3 L, 4-8 L, 1-5 L, 3-5 W, 5-4 W, 5-1

^ SMC Holiday Tournament # NE-10 Semifinals ! NE-10 Championship 2006-07 Date 11/17 11/18 11/21 12/1 12/2 12/9 12/30 12/31 1/5

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Opponent Southern Maine Salem State Becker at Hamilton at Amherst at Franklin Pierce Assumption Hamline Tufts

(6-20-0) Score L, 0-4 L,1-8 W, 5-2 L,3-6 L, 1-7 W, 8-3 W, 6-0 L, 3-5 W, 2-1 (ot)

1/6 1/12 1/13 1/16 1/19 1/20 1/26 1/27 1/30 2/2 2/3 2/9 2/10 2/16 2/17 2/20 2/24

Connecticut College Babson UMass Boston Norwich at Trinity at Wesleyan at Saint Anselm at New England College Southern New Hampshire Middlebury Williams at Skidmore at Castleton State Colby Bowdoin at Stonehill Assumption#

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

# NE-10 Quarterfinals 2005-06 Date 11/12 11/18 11/19 11/22 12/2 12/3 12/6 12/10 12/30 12/31 1/6 1/7 1/13 1/14 1/20 1/21 1/27 1/28 1/31 2/3 2/4 2/10 2/11 2/17 2/18 2/25 3/1

Opponent Stonehill at Southern Maine at Salem State at Assumption Hamilton Amherst at Norwich Franklin Pierce Neumann* Johnson & Wales# at Tufts at Conn. College at Babson at UMass Boston Trinity Wesleyan Saint Anselm New England at Southern N.H. at Williams at Middlebury Skidmore Castleton State at Colby at Bowdoin Franklin Pierce & at Southern N.H.%

(9-14-4) Score L, 4-5 W, 5-1 T, 3-3 (ot) W, 9-2 L, 4-8 T, 2-2 (ot) L, 3-9 W, 6-5 L, 2-9 W, 4-2 L, 3-8 L, 1-4 L, 1-6 W, 4-2 W, 3-2 T, 1-1 (ot) L, 1-8 T, 2-2 (ot) W, 7-3 L, 2-3 L, 2-6 L, 2-6 W, 7-3 L, 0-5 L, 7-0 W, 8-5 L, 3-6

* Windjammer Saint Michael's Tournament # Windjammer Saint Michael's Tournament Consolation & Northeast-10 Quarterfinal % Northeast-10 Semifinal 2004-05 Date 11/19 11/20 11/23 12/3 12/4 12/7 12/28 12/29 1/7 1/8 1/14 1/15 1/21 1/22 1/28 1/29 2/1 2/4 2/5 2/11 2/12 2/18 2/19 2/23 3/2

Opponent Conn. College Tufts Assumption at Amherst at Hamilton Nowirch at Babson^ at Fitchburg State Salem State Southern Maine UMass Boston Babson at Wesleyan at Trinity at Castleton State at Skidmore Southern N.H. Bowdoin Colby at New England Coll. at Saint Anselm Middlebury Williams at Franklin Pierce Southern N.H.#

(8-16-2) Score W, 4-2 W, 6-5 W, 10-4 L, 1-4 L, 3-8 L, 0-3 L, 3-12 W, 3-2 (ot) T, 4-4 L, 7-8 T, 5-5 L, 0-7 L, 3-4 L, 2-4 W, 9-4 L, 4-7 W, 9-7 L, 2-7 L, 0-9 L, 2-7 L, 1-6 L, 1-4 L, 2-8 W, 5-2 L, 3-6

^ 40th Codfish Bowl at UMass Boston # Northeast-10 Conference Semi-finals 2003-04 Date 11/15 11/21 11/22 11/25 12/5 12/6 12/9 1/2 1/3 1/9 1/10 1/16 1/17 1/23 1/24 1/27 1/31 2/3 2/6 2/7 2/13 2/14 2/20 2/21 2/25 3/3

Opponent Castleton St. at Conn. College at Tufts at Assumption Amherst Hamilton at Norwich RIT^ at Plattsburgh& at Salem St. at So. Maine at UMass Boston at Babson Wesleyan Trinity Stonehill Skidmore at So. N.H. at Bowdoin at Colby New England St. Anselm at Middlebury at Williams at Franklin Pierce Stonehill%

(11-16-0) Score W, 12-0 L, 4-6 W, 6-4 W, 5-4 L, 3-6 L, 4-9 L, 0-11 L, 2-5 L, 2-10 L, 5-8 L, 5-6 (ot) W, 4-1 W, 4-3 W, 4-1 L, 3-8 W, 5-2 L, 3-6 W, 8-5 L, 0-11 L, 2-5 L, 0-7 L, 12-2 L, 1-6 L, 1-6 W, 14-2 W, 6-5

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at St. Anselm!

W, 5-4

^ Cardinal Classic at Plattsburgh & Cardinal Classic Third Place % Northeast-10 Semifinal ! Northeast-10 Championship 2002-2003 Opponent Date 11/22 Tufts 11/23 Conn. College 11/26 Assumption 12/6 at Hamilton 12/7 at Amherst 12/10 Norwich 12/27 Babson^ 12/28 at UMass Boston& 1/3 Stonehill# 1/4 Franklin Pierce 1/10 So. Maine 1/11 Salem St. 1/17 Babson 1/18 UMass Boston 1/24 at Trinity 1/25 at Wesleyan 1/31 at Skidmore 2/1 at Mass. College 2/4 Southern N.H 2/7 Colby 2/8 Bowdoin 2/14 at St. Anselm 2/15 at New England 2/21 Williams 2/22 Middlebury 3/5 Assumption% 3/8 St. Anselm!

(11-13-2) Score L, 3-6 L, 3-4 W, 11-6 L, 4-6 L, 0-8 L, 2-14 L, 3-6 W, 8-4 W, 10-0 W, 4-2 T, 6-6 (ot) L, 4-5 W, 6-5 (ot) L, 0-4 L, 3-4 W, 6-1 L, 6-10 W, 6-4 L, 3-8 W, 2-0 W, 7-4 L, 2-8 L, 6-9 T, 4-4 (ot) W, 6-1 W, 2-1 (ot)

^ Codfish Bowl at UMass Boston & Codfish Bowl Third Place # Cancelled % ECAC Division II Semifinal ! ECAC Division II Championship 2001-2002 Opponent Date 11/16 at Tufts 11/17 at Conn. College 11/20 at Assumption 11/30 Hamilton 12/1 Amherst 12/8 at Stonehill 12/28 ^at UMass Boston 12/29 &Skidmore 1/4 at So. Maine 1/5 at Salem St. 1/11 at Babson 1/12 at UMass Boston 1/18 Trinity 1/19 Wesleyan 1/25 Skidmore 1/26 Mass. College 2/1 at Colby 2/1 at Bowdoin 2/5 at So. N.H. 2/8 St. Anselm 2/9 New England 2/15 at Middlebury 2/16 at Williams 2/26 %So. N.H. 3/2 !at St. Anselm

(11-14-1) Score L, 4-6 L, 2-7 W, 8-1 L, 3-5 L, 4-6 W, 6-5 L, 4-5 W, 3-2 L, 4-7 W, 5-4 W, 4-1 W, 2-1 L, 1-3 W, 4-2 T, 2-2 (ot) W, 4-2 L, 0-9 L, 1-8 W, 3-2 L, 0-3 L, 2-3 L, 1-5 L, 3-9 W, 2-1 W, 7-6 (ot)

^ Codfish Bowl & Codfish Bowl Third Place % ECAC Division II Semifinal ! ECAC Division II Championship 2000-2001 Opponent Date 11/5 Neumann 11/11 at Salve Regina 11/18 Stonehill 11/21 Western N.E. 11/25 ^at Babson 11/26 &Mass. College 11/29 Tufts 12/2 at Wentworth 12/8 #at Air Force 12/9 $Conn. College 12/29 *at Norwich 12/30 +Johnson & Wales 1/6 Fitchburg St. 1/10 Curry 1/13 at UMass Dartmouth 1/14 at Johnson & Wales 1/20 at Suffolk 1/23 at Nichols 1/27 Lebanon Valley 2/1 Plymouth St. 2/3 at Worcester St. 2/6 N.H. College 2/10 Framingham St. 2/17 Assumption 2/21 at St. Anselm 2/24 %Assumption 2/28 !at St. Anselm

(10-15-2) Score W, 10-4 W, 5-3 L, 4-6 W, 2-1 L, 3-6 L, 3-6 L, 2-7 L, 2-8 L, 2-11 L, 1-4 L, 2-4 T, 4-4 (ot) L, 3-8 W, 7-0 T, 3-3 (ot) L, 3-12 W, 7-2 W, 7-4 L, 2-4 W, 4-1 W, 3-2 L, 3-6 W, 7-5 L, 5-6 (ot) L, 2-4 W, 5-2 L, 4-5

^ Babson Invitational Tournament & Babson Invitational Tournament Consolation # Radisson Inn Hockey Classic $ Radisson Inn Hockey Classic Consolation * Times-Argus Invitational + Times-Argus Invitational Consolation % ECAC Division II Preliminary Game ! ECAC Division II Semifinal

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Year-By-Year Results 1999-2000 Date Opponent 10/29 #Cortland 10/30 +at Potsdam 11/6 at Curry 11/13 Salve Regina 11/20 at Stonehill 11/23 at Plymouth St. 11/27 Nichols 12/1 at Tufts 12/4 Wentworth 12/8 Norwich 12/30 & at Norwich 12/31 *Trinity 1/7 ^Elmira 1/8 %Wentworth 1/15 Johnson & Wales 1/17 UMass Dartmouth 1/22 Suffolk 1/28 at Lebanon Valley 1/29 at Army 2/5 Worcester St. 2/8 N.H. College 2/12 at Framingham St. 2/19 at Assumption 2/21 Fitchburg St. 2/24 at Western N.E. 3/2 !at St. Anselm

(12-14-0) Score L, 2-4 L, 4-9 W, 11-2 W, 16-2 W, 3-0 W, 8-2 W, 19-1 L, 2-5 W, 4-2 L, 2-11 L, 1-12 L, 2-8 L, 3-5 L, 3-6 W, 3-2 L, 3-4 W, 9-4 L, 2-5 L, 1-5 L, 5-6 W, 3-2 W, 4-2 W, 7-3 W, 5-4 (ot) L, 4-7 L, 3-4 (ot)

# Pepsi Invitational at Potsdam + Pepsi Invitational & Norwich New Year’s Eve Tournament * Norwich New Year’s Eve Consolation ^ Pepsi Cardinal Classic at Plattsburgh % Pepsi Cardinal Classic Consolation ! ECAC Division II Semifinal 1998-1999 Opponent Date 10/25 Canton Tech. 10/30 #Wentworth 10/31 &Worcester St. 11/7 Curry 11/14 at Salve Regina 11/21 Stonehill 11/24 Plymouth St. 11/28 at Nichols 12/2 Tufts 12/9 at Norwich 12/12 at UMass Dartmouth 12/29 *at UMass Boston 12/30 ^Babson 1/8 at Army 1/10 Lebanon Valley 1/16 at Johnson & Wales 1/19 Western N.E. 1/23 at Suffolk 1/30 at Wentworth 2/6 at Worcester St. 2/10 N.H. College 2/13 Framingham St. 2/17 at Bentley 2/20 Assumption 2/27 at Fitchburg St. 3/3 +Tufts 3/6 %at Fitchburg St. 3/12 !N.H. College 3/13 !N.H. College

(16-10-2) Score L, 1-2 (EX) W, 4-3 W, 8-3 W, 8-1 W, 12-1 L, 4-8 W, 5-2 W, 6-3 W, 3-2 L, 4-8 L, 1-5 L, 0-8 L, 0-6 L, 2-7 W, 4-2 L, 0-4 W, 11-2 W, 11-5 W, 3-2 W, 5-3 W, 4-1 W, 5-1 L, 3-7 T, 5-5 (ot) L, 3-6 W, 3-2 (ot) L, 4-6 T, 4-4 W, 8-5

# Pepsi Invitational at Potsdam & Pepsi Invitaional Consolation * Codfish Bowl ^ Codfish Bowl Consolation + ECAC Northeast Quarterfinal % ECAC Northeast Semifinal ! ECAC Division II Championship 1997-1998 Opponent Date 10/31 Cortland# 11/1 Potsdam% 11/7 Assumption^ 11/8 Fitchburg St.& 11/15 at Army 11/19 N.H. College 11/22 Stonehill 11/25 at Plymouth St. 11/30 at Bentley 12/3 at Tufts 12/7 at Suffolk 12/10 Skidmore 12/12 Norwich 1/10 Tufts 1/17 Bentley

(20-7-0) Score W, 5-2 L, 3-4 W, 8-6 L, 3-6 L, 2-4 W, 7-5 W, 14-2 W, 7-2 L, 2-6 W, 7-3 W, 8-1 W, 9-7 L, 2-3 W, 6-3 W, 6-5

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1/24 1/27 1/31 2/7 2/10 2/14 2/18 2/21 2/25 3/4 3/7 3/11

Suffolk Plymouth St. Assumption UMass Dartmouth at N.H. College at Stonehill at Skidmore at UMass Dartmouth at Assumption Worcester St.* Wentworth+ UMass Dartmouth!

W, 14-5 W, 12-5 W, 5-2 W, 5-4 W, 7-3 W, 8-0 W, 8-3 L, 4-6 W, 5-3 W, 5-2 W, 7-1 L, 2-4

# Pepsi Invitational % Pepsi Invitational ^Payne Webber Face Off Classic @ Fitchburg St. & Payne Webber Face Off Classic Championship * ECAC Playoff First Round + ECAC Playoff Semifinal ! ECAC Playoff Championship 1996-1997 Opponent Date 11/1 Potsdam# 11/2 Plymouth St.% 11/6 at Bentley 11/9 at Quinnipiac 11/15 at Army 11/20 N.H. College 11/23 at Stonehill 11/26 at Plymouth St. 12/4 at Tufts 12/7 Suffolk 12/11 Skidmore 12/13 at Norwich 1/11 Quinnipiac 1/18 Bentley 1/25 at Suffolk 1/28 Plymouth St. 2/1 Assumption 2/5 Tufts 2/8 at UMass Dartmouth 2/11 at N.H. College 2/15 Stonehill 2/19 at Skidmore 2/22 UMass Dartmouth 2/26 at Assumption 3/5 UMass Dartmouth!

(17-7-1) Score L, 2-9 L, 2-4 L, 2-7 W, 3-1 L, 0-8 W, 7-2 W, 7-4 W, 4-2 W, 8-2 W, 10-3 W, 6-3 L, 2-8 W, 5-1 W, 9-7 W, 5-3 W, 5-2 W, 9-5 W, 5-1 L, 5-7 W, 7-3 W, 11-2 W, 4-3 T, 3-3 (ot) W, 4-2 L, 2-3

# Pepsi Invitational % Pepsi Invitational ! ECAC Playoff Quarterfinal 1995-1996 Opponent Date 11/3 Skidmore# 11/4 at Potsdam% 11/11 at Army 11/14 at Bentley 11/18 Stonehill 11/21 at Plymouth St. 11/29 Tufts 12/2 at N.H. College 12/6 at Skidmore 1/1 Suffolk 1/13 Bentley 1/17 Quinnipiac 1/21 at Suffolk 1/23 Plymouth St. 1/27 at Assumption 1/31 at Tufts 2/3 at UMass Dartmouth 2/7 Skidmore 2/10 at Stonehill 2/14 N.H. College 2/17 UMass Dartmouth 2/22 Assumption 2/24 at Quinnipiac 2/28 at Fitchburg St.!

(12-11-1) Score W, 6-2 L, 1-5 L, 0-8 L, 3-7 W, 7-3 W, 5-3 W, 2-1 W, 6-5 L, 2-3 W, 17-2 L, 4-6 W, 4-1 W, 12-1 W, 7-2 T, 3-3 (ot) L, 3-5 L, 3-5 L, 5-7 W, 9-3 L, 1-3 L, 5-6 (ot) W, 7-4 W, 5-0 L, 3-6

# Potsdam Classic % Potsdam Classic ! ECAC Playoff Quarterfinal 1994-1995 Opponent Date 11/19 Stonehill 11/22 at Plymouth St. 11/26 at Bentley 11/30 at Tufts 12/3 N.H. College 12/7 at Skidmore 12/10 Suffolk 1/14 Bentley

(9-11-0) Score L, 4-5 W, 6-2 W, 6-5 W, 7-3 W, 11-4 L, 5-6 (ot) W, 8-3 L, 2-4

1/18 1/21 1/24 1/26 1/28 2/1 2/4 2/11 2/15 2/18 2/22 2/23

Quinnipiac at Suffolk Plymouth St. Tufts Assumption Skidmore at UMass Dartmouth at Stonehill at N.H. College UMass Dartmouth at Fairfield at Assumption

1993-1994 Opponent Date 11/19 Fairfield# 11/20 at Curry% 11/23 Plymouth St. 11/27 at Bentley 11/30 at Tufts 12/4 at N.H. College 12/8 at Skidmore 12/11 at Suffolk 1/15 Bentley 1/19 at N.H. College 1/22 Suffolk 1/25 at Stonehill 1/28 Tufts 1/29 Assumption 2/2 Skidmore 2/5 at UMass Dartmouth 2/13 Stonehilll 2/17 at Plymouth St. 2/19 UMass Dartmouth 2/24 at Assumption

W, 12-1 W, 4-2 L, 4-5 L, 1-2 W, 8-3 L, 2-4 L, 6-8 W, 7-2 L, 4-6 L, 3-4 L, 4-6 L, 0-7 (1-19-0) Score L, 3-7 L, 8-11 L, 1-3 L, 3-6 L, 1-8 L, 3-6 L, 3-11 L, 4-7 W, 6-4 L, 2-8 L, 4-6 L, 3-5 L, 3-5 L, 2-8 L, 2-6 L, 1-16 L, 2-3 (ot) L, 2-4 L, 2-9 L, 3-10

# Curry College Thanksgiving Classic % Curry College Thanksgiving Classic 1992-1993 Opponent Date 11/11 Skidmore 11/14 at Assumption 11/18 Plymouth St. 11/21 Stonehill 11/23 Norwich 11/28 at Bentley 12/1 Tufts 12/5 N.H. College 12/12 Villanova 1/16 Bentley 1/20 at N.H. Colege 1/23 at Tufts 1/24 at Suffolk 1/30 Assumption 2/4 at Skidmore 2/6 at Stonehill 2/7 at UMass Dartmouth 2/13 at Plymouth St. 2/14 at Quinnipiac 2/20 UMass Dartmouth 2/21 Worcester St. 2/27 Suffolk 2/28 Fairfield

(6-16-1) Score L, 4-6 L, 4-8 W, 8-6 L, 5-6 L, 1-11 W, 5-3 L, 4-7 W, 2-1 T, 4-4 (ot) L, 5-6 L, 3-7 L, 3-10 L, 3-6 L, 3-10 L, 2-5 L, 2-11 L, 3-5 L, 4-10 W, 7-1 L, 1-9 W, 3-2 W, 4-3 L, 4-10

1991-1992 Opponent Date 11/9 at Villanova 11/10 at Villanova 11/13 Skidmore 11/16 at N.H. College 11/17 at Fairfield 11/23 at Framingham St. 11/27 at Plymouth St. 11/30 Stonehill# 12/1 Bentley% 12/4 at Skidmore 12/7 Fitchburg St. 12/11 at Nichols 1/11 Curry 1/17 Quinnipiac 1/25 at Suffolk 2/1 at Assumption 2/4 Plymouth St. 2/8 Stonehill 2/12 N.H. College 2/15 at So. Maine 2/16 Fairfield 2/23 at Worcester St.

(11-11-0) Score W, 9-5 W, 4-3 W, 9-5 L, 2-5 L, 4-6 L, 2-4 W, 5-3 W, 4-1 L, 4-5 W, 5-3 L, 4-6 W, 6-2 L, 4-5 (ot) W, 7-2 L, 4-11 L, 4-7 L, 3-5 W, 5-4 W, 5-0 W, 5-3 L, 5-6 L, 3-5

# Northeast-10 Hockey Invitational % Northeast-10 Hockey Invitational

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Year-By-Year Results 1990-1991 Opponent Date 11/3 Villanova 11/10 Bentley# 11/11 Stonehill% 11/14 at Norwich 11/20 at Plymouth St. 11/24 Framingham St. 11/29 N.H. College 12/1 Southeastern Mass. 12/5 at Holy Cross 12/8 at Fitchburg St. 1/12 at Curry 1/16 Skidmore 1/21 at Nichols 1/26 at Suffolk 1/27 at Conn. College 2/3 Assumption 2/5 Plymouth St. 2/9 at Stonehill 2/13 at N.H. College 2/16 Southern Maine 2/17 Fairfield 2/20 at Skidmore

(6-14-2) Score W, 8-3 L, 2-3 (4 ot) W, 1-0 L, 2-7 L, 1-3 W, 5-1 L, 2-4 L, 3-5 L, 2-9 L, 2-4 L, 2-7 L, 3-4 L, 3-5 L, 3-7 L, 1-7 L, 1-7 T, 1-1 (ot) W, 7-4 T, 8-8 (ot) L, 0-5 W, 6-4 W, 5-3

# Northeast-10 Invitational % Northeast-10 Invitational 1989-1990 Opponent Date 11/11 at Villanova 11/12 at Villanova 11/15 Norwich 11/18 Quinnipiac# 11/19 Assumption% 11/25 at Framingham St. 11/30 N.H. College 12/7 at Bentley 12/9 Fitchburg St. 1/13 Curry 1/16 Skidmore 1/20 at Plymouth St. 1/23 at Skidmore 1/27 Suffolk 1/28 UConn 1/31 at Southeastern Mass. 2/3 at Assumption 2/6 Plymouth St. 2/10 Stonehill 2/14 at N.H. College 2/17 at Southern Maine

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

# Northeast-10 Invitational % Northeast-10 Invitational

1988-1989 Opponent Date 10/28 at Potsdam St.# 10/29 Southern Maine% 11/13 Villanova 11/16 at Norwich 11/19 at Quinnipiac 11/22 at Plymouth St. 11/26 Framingham St. 12/1 at N.H. College 12/8 Middlebury 12/10 at Fitchburg St. 1/12 Quinnipiac 1/15 at Curry 1/18 at Skidmore 1/24 Skidmore 1/28 at Suffolk 1/29 at Conn. College 2/1 Plymouth St. 2/4 Assumption 2/7 at Western N.E. 2/11 at Stonehill 2/15 N.H. College 2/18 Southern Maine 3/1 Suffolk* 3/4 at Curry!

(16-7-1) Score L, 4-6 W, 4-2 W, 10-6 L, 3-13 W, 8-6 W, 8-5 W, 6-4 W, 7-1 L, 3-7 L, 1-4 L, 6-11 L, 1-3 W, 7-3 W, 4-3 W, 4-2 W, 7-5 T, 4-4 (ot) W, 6-3 W, 5-4 (ot) W, 3-1 W, 4-2 W, 8-5 W, 5-4 L, 0-9

# Potsdam State Tournament % Potsdam State Tournament * Quarterfinal Playoff ! Semifinal Playoff 1987-1988 Opponent Date 11/14 at Villanova 11/15 at Villanova 11/18 Norwich 11/21 at Quinnipiac 11/24 at Plymouth St. 11/28 UConn 12/3 N.H. College 12/9 Skidmore 12/12 Fitchburg St. 1/16 Curry 1/20 at Skidmore 1/23 at Assumption 1/24 at So. Maine 1/26 Plymouth St. 1/30 Suffolk 2/4 at Framingham St. 2/13 Stonehilll 2/17 at N.H. College 2/19 Hawthorne College#

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(13-8-0) Score W, 4-1 W, 10-7 L, 5-11 W, 3-2 L, 1-3 L, 4-10 W, 5-4 (ot) W, 6-4 L, 3-7 L, 2-3 W, 4-3 W, 6-5 (ot) W, 3-2 (ot) L, 1-7 W, 8-3 W, 7-3 W, 10-3 L, 6-8 W, 8-5

2/20 2/24

Roger Williams% at Tufts!

W, 7-3 L, 5-9

# Roger Williams Tournament % Roger Williams Tournament ! ECAC North Playoff 1986-1987 Opponent Date 11/8 at Alabama-Huntsville 11/9 at Westfield 11/12 at Norwich 11/22 at Quinnipiac 11/24 at Conn. College 11/29 Framingham St. 12/4 at N.H. College 12/9 Skidmore^ 12/13 at Worcester St. 1/7 at Middlebury 1/10 at Fitchburg St. 1/13 Quinnipiac 1/17 Assumption 1/21 at Skidmore 1/25 So. Maine 1/27 at Plymouth St. 2/7 Villanova 2/8 Villanova 2/10 Skidmore+ 2/14 at Stonehill 2/18 N.H. College 2/21 at Curry 2/22 at Suffolk

(8-13-0) Score L, 4-6 L, 2-10 L, 5-6 L, 3-7 L, 1-6 L, 4-5 L, 4-5 L, 5-7 L, 4-5 (ot) L, 1-3 L, 4-6 W, 6-5 W, 5-2 W, 8-1 L, 2-9 W, 7-4 W, 8-2 W, 5-2 W, 9-3 L 1-4 W, 8-4

^ Postponed to 2/10 + Cancelled 1985-1986 Opponent Date 11/2 at Brockport 11/3 at Westfield 11/13 Norwich 11/16 at Roger Williams 11/17 at Roger Williams 11/23 at Quinnipiac 11/30 Conn. College 12/1 Trinity 12/5 N.H. College 1/14 Quinnipiac 1/16 at Middlebury 1/18 at Keene St. 1/22 at Framingham St. 1/25 Curry 1/28 Plymouth St. 2/1 Suffolk 2/8 at Lehigh 2/9 at Villanova 2/13 at Hawthorne 2/15 Stonehill 2/19 at N.H. College 2/22 at Skidmore 2/24 Fairfield 2/26 at Plymouth St.

(14-9-1) Score W, 3-2 (ot) W, 4-3 (2 ot) L, 1-6 W, 6-2 W, 8-3 L, 3-7 L, 3-4 (ot) L, 2-12 L, 5-7 W, 8-2 L, 6-8 W, 4-2 W, 3-1 W, 8-4 W, 7-3 L, 4-6 W, 6-2 W, 11-4 L, 4-5 W, 6-2 W, 7-4 W, 10-3 T, 4-4 (ot) L, 2-4

1984-1985* Opponent at Potsdam at Potsdam at Vermont “B� at Norwich Roger Williams Roger Williams at Western N.E. at Quinnipiac at N.H. College Framingham St. at Middlebury at Skidmore Quinnipiac Keene St. at Conn. College at Trinity at Plymouth at Suffolk Skidmore at Fairfield Hawthorne at Stonehill N.H. College

(10-12-0) Score L, 4-6 L, 1-9 W, 6-2 L, 2-4 W, 6-4 W, 5-4 W, 5-0 L, 2-3 L, 4-8 L, 6-12 L, 1-11 W, 8-2 W, 6-3 W, 9-4 L, 0-8 W, 6-5 (ot) L, 3-6 L, 0-10 W, 11-1 L, 3-4 (ot) L, 3-11 W, 7-3 W, 7-3

*No dates listed 1983-1984 Opponent Date 11/4 Geneseo 11/5 Westfield St. 11/16 Norwich 11/26 Conn. College 11/29 Trinity 12/7 N.H. College 1/14 Skidmore 1/18 Quinnipiac 1/21 Navy 1/22 Navy 1/25 Keene St. 1/28 Keene St.

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

1/31 2/4 2/8 2/11 2/14 2/20 2/21 2/25

Plymouth St. Suffolk Quinnipiac UMass Boston Middlebury Framingham St. N.H. College Stonehill

W, 4-0 W, 5-4 (ot) W, 4-2 L, 2-11 L, 2-8 W, 6-5 (ot) W, 7-2 L, 5-7

1982-1983 Opponent Date 11/20 at Norwich 11/23 at Plymouth St. 11/30 at Conn. College 12/5 at Quinnipiac 12/11 Quinnipiac 1/13 Skidmore 1/15 N.H. College 1/20 at Trinity 1/22 at Suffolk 1/2 at Assumption 1/30 at Bentley 2/2 at Stonehill 2/3 Skidmore 2/9 at Worcester St. 2/11 UMass Boston 2/15 at Middlebury 2/21 Framingham St. 2/22 at N.H. College

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

1951 Date 1/10 1/31 2/3 2/10 2/15 2/26

Opponent at Middlebury Norwich R.P.I. Vermont at Champlain at Norwich

(3-3-0) Score L, 5-11 W, 8-7 L, 3-6 L, 4-6 W, 5-2 W, 8-7

1950 Date 2/7 2/11 2/21 2/24 2/28 3/3 3/7 3/10

Opponent at Champlain at R.P.I. at Middlebury at Vermont at Norwich Vermont Norwich at Middlebury

1949 Date 1/8 1/13 2/2 2/4 2/5 2/15 2/17

Opponent !at Clarkson Tech !at Norwich at Norwich !Vermont All-Stars at Norwich at Middlebury

(4-4-0) Score W, 8-2 L, 4-8 L, 5-7 W, 4-2 L, 6-7 W, 6-3 W, 9-6 (ot-so) L, 2-16 (0-4-0) Score L, 5-13 L, 6-7 (2 ot) L, 7-11 L, 3-7

! Cancelled Games 1948* * No individual game scores

(10-2-0)

1942 Date 1/15 2/14 2/16 2/17 2/21 2/24

(1-4-0) Score

Opponent !at Clarkson Colgate Middlebury Norwich ^at Norwich !at Middlebury

L, 1-9 L, 1-9 W, 3-1

! Cancelled games ^ Forfeit 1939 Date 2/4 2/11 2/24

Opponent at Middlebury Norwich at Norwich

(1-2-0) Score L, 2-5 L, 2-5 W, 3-2

1924 Date 2/9 2/16 2/22 3/1

Opponent Middlebury at Clarkson at Middlebury Vermont

(3-0-1) Score W, 2-1 W, 3-2 T, 1-1 W, 3-1

1923 Date 2/11 2/15 2/22

Opponent at Clarkson Middlebury at Middlebury

(3-0-0) Score W, 2-0 W, 1-0 W, 2-1

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2009-10 Box Scores Game #3: Nov Nov. 24, 2009 a t Assumption Colleg Colleg e

Game #1: Nov Nov. 20, 2009 a t Univ Univ. of Souther n Maine Saint Michael’s Southern Maine

0 2

2 1

0 0

- 2 - 3

1: SOM 1-0 6x6 LL Ben McLaughlin (1) (unassisted) 0:43 1: SOM 2-0 6x6 Zach Joy (1) (Mike Carpenter, Chris Travis) 9:57 2: STM 1-2 6x6 Alex Davidson (1) (Tim Geverd, Pat McGuirk) 13:49 2: SOM 3-1 6x6 GW Zach Joy (2) (Chris Travis, Ryan Boucher) 16:59 3: STM 2-3 5x6 SH Pat McGuirk (1) (Glenn Belmore, Tim Geverd) 18:19 The Purple Knights opened their season and ECAC East schedule with a 3-2 road loss to Southern Maine. Alex Davidson scored his first career goal. Shots On Goal Saint Michael’s Southern Maine

1st 6 12

2nd 10 11

3rd 14 5

Total 30 28

Game #2: Nov Nov. 21, 2009 vs. Univ. of New New England England vs. Univ Saint Michael’s New England

1 0

1 0

2 0

- 4 - 0

1: STM 1-0 6x6 GW LL Brady Earle (1) (Reave MacKinnon) 8:06 2: STM 2-0 6x6 Reave MacKinnon (1) (Brady Earle, Dave Vorozilchak) 7:59 3: STM 3-0 6x6 Nick Sheehan (1) (Reave MacKinnon, Brady Earle) 0:37 3: STM 4-0 6x6 Jean-Maxime Legare (1) (Fran Briand) 7:31 Saint Michael’s garnered its first win of the season by way of a 4-0 shutout at the University of New England. Four different Purple Knights scored, and sophomore Reave MacKinnon led the way with a goal and two assists. Freshman goalie Mike Dizgun got the win and the shutout in his first collegiate appreance while making 24 saves. Shots On Goal 1st 2nd 3rd Total Saint Michael’s 4 10 6 20 Southern Maine 14 22 17 53

Saint Michael’s Assumption

1 1

2 2

1 3

Game #5: Dec . 5, 2009 vs. Colleg e vs. Amher st Colleg - 4 - 6

1: STM 1-0 6x5 PP Brady Earle (2) (Dave Vorozilchak, Nick Sheehan) 8:50 1: ASM 1-1 6x5 PP Pat O’Kane (8) (Taylor Larsen, Keven Meehan) 12:27 2: ASM 2-1 6x6 Adam Gaudreau (2) (Keven Meehan) 1:43 2: ASM 3-1 6x5 PP Pat O’Kane (9) (Taylor Larsen, Keven Meehan) 2:59 2: STM 2-3 6x5 PP Brady Earle (3) (Dave Vorozilchak, Nick Sheehan) 4:43 2: STM 3-3 6x5 PP Reave MacKinnon (2) (Brady Earle, Dave Vorozilchak) 16:11 3: STM 4-3 6x6 Alex Davidson (2) (Matt Rigtrup) 2:56 3. ASM 4-4 6x6 Jaime Vona (1) (Dan Dearing) 3:19 3. ASM 5-4 5x5 GW LL Keven Meehan (3) (Taylor Larsen, Pat O’Kane) 14:34 3. ASM 6-4 6x6 Adam Gaudreau (3) (Keven Meehan, Dennis Silvio) 19:30 The Purple Knights rallied from down two goals to claim a 4-3 lead in the third period, but Assumption scored three unanswered goals to beat Saint Michael’s in its NE-10 opener. Brady Earle scored twice and had an assist, while Dave Vorozilchak had three assists. For the Greyhounds, future NE-10 Player of the Year Pat O’Kane struck for two goals and an assist, and Keven Meehan had a monster 5point game with a goal and four assists. Shots On Goal Saint Michael’s Assumption

1st 17 3

2nd 12 4

3rd 6 15

Total 35 22

Game #4: Dec . 4, 2009 vs. Colleg e vs. Hamilton Colleg Hamilton Saint Michael’s

3 1

1 0

1 1

- 5 - 2

1: STM 1-0 6x6 Josh Geary (1) (Dan Pelletier, Jean-Maxime Legare) 6:01 1: HAM 1-1 6x5 PP Brandon Broad (2) (Vaclav Tomicek, Andrew White) 8:44 1: HAM 2-1 6x6 LL Vaclav Tomicek (3) (unassisted) 11:12 1: HAM 3-1 6x5 PP GW Vaclav Tomicek (4) (Harry Biggs, Brandon Broad) 14:38 2: HAM 4-1 6x6 Tom Chiappetta (2) (Harry Biggs, Bryan Kelly) 0:38 3: STM 2-4 6x5 PP Nick Sheehan (2) (Reave MacKinnon, Dan Evarts) 10:20 4. HAM 5-2 5x6 SH Tom Chiappetta (3) (Chris Lorenc) 15:11 Josh Geary scored his first collegiate goal, and Dan Pelletier and Dan Evarts registered assists as the three first-year Purple Knights picked up the first points of their careers. Hamilton’s Vaclav Tomicek scored twice, including the game-winner, to hand Saint Michael’s a 5-2 loss. Shots On Goal Hamilton Saint Michael’s

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2nd 8 7

3rd 7 8

Amherst Saint Michael’s

3 0

0 1

1 0

- 4 - 1

1: AMH 1-0 6x5 PP LL Luke Arnold (2) (Eddie Effinger, Jake Hannon) 4:07 1: AMH 2-0 6x5 PP GW Joe Brock (1) (Ted Vickers, Jake Hannon) 10:00 1: AMH 3-0 6x5 PP Jamie Hawkrigg (1) (Nick Brunette) 15:37 2: STM 1-3 6x6 Nick Sheehan (3) (Josh Geary, Dave Vorozilchak) 9:23 3: AMH 4-1 6x6 Jake Baer (1) (Jeremy Deutsch, Mike Moher) 16:40 Amherst used three first period goals to put themselves in the driver’s seat for a 4-1 win over the Purple Knights. Nick Sheehan scored the lone goal for Saint Michael’s, and Brendan Rimmer made 32 saves in the loss. Shots On Goal Amherst Saint Michael’s

1st 14 6

2nd 11 9

3rd 11 6

Total 36 21

Game #6: Dec . 8, 2009 a t Norwich Norwich Univ Univ er sity Saint Michael’s Norwich

0 2

2 1

0 3

- 2 - 6

1: NRW 1-0 6x5 PP Chad Anderson (3) (Blake Forkey, Emmond Bell) 18:15 1: NRW 2-0 6x6 Steven Schroeder (2) (Eric Tallent) 19:46 2: STM 1-2 6x5 PP Matt Rigtrup (1) (Dave Vorozilchak, Nick Sheehan) 4:47 2: STM 2-2 6x4 PP Matt Rigtrup (2) (Dave Vorozilchak, Nick Sheehan) 7:08 2: NRW 3-2 6x5 PP GW LL Blake Forkey (6) (Chad Anderson) 10:21 3: NRW 4-2 6x6 Chad Anderson (4) (Shawn Baker, Blake Forkey) 1:17 3: NRW 5-2 6x6 Owen Carpino (1) (DJ Fimiani) 5:55 3. NRW 6-2 6x6 Greg Eskedjian (1) (Emmond Bell, Blake Forkey) 11:10 Saint Michael’s held a 2-2 tie into the second period against in-state rival and regional powerhouse Norwich, but the Cadets scored four unanswered goals to secure a 6-2 win. Matt Rigtrup netted his first two goals (both assisted by Dave Vorozilchak and Nick Sheehan) of what would be a career-best season, and Norwich’s Chad Anderson paced the Cadets with two goals and an assist. Shots On Goal 1st 2nd 3rd Total Saint Michael’s 1 3 5 9 Norwich 14 15 10 39

Total 28 20

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2009-10 Box Scores Game #7: Dec . 12, 2009 vs. Univ er sity vs. F r anklin Pier ce Univ Franklin Pierce Saint Michael’s

0 3

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1 2

- 1 - 8

1: STM 1-0 5x6 SH LL Josh Geary (2) (unassisted) 3:31 1: STM 2-0 5x5 GW Nick Sheehan (4) (Tim Geverd, Dave Vorozilchak) 14:29 1: STM 3-0 6x5 PP Nick Sheehan (5) (Dave Vorozilchak, Matt Rigtrup) 18:22 2: STM 4-0 6x6 Reave MacKinnon (3) (Matt Rigtrup) 15:17 2: STM 5-0 6x5 PP Tim Geverd (1) (Matt Rigtrup, Alex Davidson) 16:48 2. STM 6-0 6x5 PP Brady Earle (4) (Nick Sheehan, Reave MacKinnon) 19:46 3: STM 7-0 6x5 PP Brady Earle (5) (Reave MacKinnon, Nick Sheehan) 1:01 3: STM 8-0 6x6 Matt Rigtrup (3) (Bryan Brunton, Glenn Belmore) 5:09 3. FPU 1-8 6x5 PP Sean Woodring (1) (Wesley Russell, Tyler Cornele) 9:04 The Purple Knights snapped a four game losing streak with a 8-1 pounding of Franklin Pierce. Nick Sheehan scored a goal and handed out two assists, while Brady Earle also scored twice. Matt Rigtrup tallied three assists, and Dave Vorozilchak and Reave MacKinnon each added two helpers. The Ravens switched goalies four times and used three different net minders in an effort to subdue the Saint Michael’s attack. Shots On Goal Franklin Pierce Saint Michael’s

1st 11 12

2nd 5 22

3rd 10 13

Total 26 47

Game #8: Jan. 2, 2010 (SMC Tour nament) vs. State Colleg Colleg e vs. Mor risville State Morrisville State Saint Michael’s

2 1

3 0

0 0

- 5 - 1

1: MOR 1-0 6x6 LL Matt Salmon (4) (Derek Matheson, Bobby Cass) 3:26 1: MOR 2-0 6x6 GW Stefan Carnegie (2) (Chris Cerbino, Adam Laite) 11:54 1: STM 1-2 6x5 PP Brady Earle (6) (Nick Sheehan) 14:58 2: MOR 3-1 6x6 Bobby Cass (6) (Matt Salmon, Rob Sgarbossa) 9:16 2: MOR 4-1 5x5 Dana Calderone (4) (Kyle Roberts, G.I. Main) 16:31 2. MOR 5-1 6x4 PP Geoff Matzel (3) (Dana Calderone, Andrew Alarie) 18:39 Morrisville State beat the Purple Knights 5-1 in the opening game of the 2010 SMC Holiday Tournament. Brady Earle netted the only goal for Saint Michael’s, while Matt Salmon struck for a goal and assist on the winner’s side. Mike Dizgun made 27 saves in the loss. Shots On Goal Morrisville State Saint Michael’s

1st 12 9

2nd 12 9

3rd 8 10

Total 32 28

Game #9: Jan. 3, 2010 (SMC Tour nament) vs. th Institue of Technolo gy vs. Wentwor entworth echnolog Wentworth Saint Michael’s

3 0

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1 3

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1: WEN 1-0 6x6 LL Mike Marrocco (2) (Mark McKamey, Tyler Monteros) 7:06 1: WEN 2-0 6x6 Anthony Principato (1) (Dylan Barbieri) 8:49 1: WEN 3-0 6x6 Anthony Principato (2) (Michael O’Brien, Dylan Barbieri) 12:29 2: WEN 4-0 6x5 PP GW Geric Brodt (2) (Michael’ O’Brien, Anthony Principato) 1:10 2: WEN 5-0 5x5 Martin Winzer (3) (Anthony Principato, Skylur Jameson) 18:25 3: WEN 6-0 6x5 PP Skylur Jameson (10) (Jeff Olitch, Casey Shade) 9:35 3: STM 1-6 6x6 Alex Higgins (1) (Glenn Belmore) 12:45 3: STM 2-6 6x5 PP Alex Higgins (2) (Glenn Belmore, Matt Rigtrup) 15:56 3: STM 3-6 6x5 PP Paul Nannicelli (1) (Glenn Belmore, Brady Earle) 18:56 The Purple Knights dropped their second straight game at Cairns Arena in the SMC Holiday Tournament, this time by way of a 6-3 loss to Wentworth. The Panthers scored six in a row, including three even-strength goals in the first period. A late Saint Michael’s rally, led by Alex Higgins’ three goals, was not enough to erase the damage. Shots On Goal Wentworth Saint Michael’s

1st 11 7

2nd 15 11

3rd 8 12

Total 34 30

Game #10: Jan. 8, 2010 a t Colb y Colle g e Saint Michael’s Wesleyan

2 2

2 2

0 - 5 0 - 5

1: STM 1-0 6x6 Tim Geverd (2) (Reave MacKinnon, Ryan Nest) 14:32 1: CLB 1-1 6x5 PP Dan Nelson (4) (Billy Crinnion, Patrick Bursee) 15:27 2: STM 2-1 6x5 PP Matt Rigtrup (4) (Tim Geverd) 3:49 2: CLB 2-2 6x6 Michael Doherty (4) (Billy Crinnion) 12:13 2: CLB 3-2 6x6 Cory McGrath (2) (Nick Kondiles, Michael Smigelski) 12:22 2: STM 3-3 6x6 Kyle Marquis (1) (Jean-Maxime Legare, Paul Nannicelli) 19:47 3: CLB 4-3 6x6 Nick Kondiles (3) (Jesse Lehman) 9:36 3: CLB 5-3 6x6 Billy Crinnion (6) (Mike White, Cory McGrath) 10:07 3. STM 4-5 6x5 PP Tim Geverd (3) (Matt Rigtrup, Alex Higgins) 11:42 3. STM 5-5 6x6 GT Glenn Belmore (1) (Josh Geary, Alex Higgins) 14:08 Tim Geverd scored twice and recorded an assist, and Glenn Belmore netted the game-tying goal to force a 5-5 tie at Colby in the Purple Knights’ second-straight game against NESCAC competition. Mike Dizgun made 44 saves to help keep Saint Michael’s in the game. Shots On Goal Saint Michael’s Wesleyan

1st 5 16

2nd 3rd 9 5 15 14

OT Total 0 19 4 49

Game #11: Jan. 9, 2010 a t Bow Bow doin Colle g e Saint Michael’s Bowdoin

1 2

1 4

0 0

- 2 - 6

1: BOW 1-0 6x6 LL Daniel Weiniger (8) (Graham Sisson, Leland Fidler) 3:12 1: BOW 2-0 6x6 Owen Smith (1) (Jeff Fanning, Timothy McGarry) 10:29 1: STM 1-2 6x6 Glenn Belmore (2) (Tim Geverd, Josh Geary) 10:55 2: BOW 3-1 6x6 GW Jeff Fanning (4) (Kyle Shearer-Hardy, Kyle Hanson) 4:45 2: BOW 4-1 6x6 Mike Corbelle (2) (Colin MacCormack) 7:41 2: STM 2-4 6x5 PP Tim Geverd (4) (Dave Vorozilchak, Nick Sheehan) 8:59 2: BOW 5-2 5x6 SH Colin MacCormack (2) (unassisted) 14:44 2: BOW 6-2 5x6 SH Colin MacCormack (3) (Ryan Blossom) 16:29 Bowdoin worked a 6-2 win to hand Saint Michael’s its second loss in Maine in as many days. Tim Geverd scored a goal in the second half to bring the Purple Knights within two scores (4-2), but Colin MacCormack notched two short-handed goals for the Polar Bears in the third period. Shots On Goal Saint Michael’s Franklin Pierce

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1 1

1st 7 20

2nd 12 13

3rd 8 7

Total 27 40

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2009-10 Box Scores Game #12: Jan. 15, 2010 vs. vs. Saint Anselm Colleg Colleg e Saint Anselm Saint Michael’s

1 3

2 1

3 2

0 - 6 0 - 6

1: STM 1-0 5x6 SH Glenn Belmore (3) (Josh Geary, Tim Geverd) 6:23 1: STM 2-0 6x6 Reave MacKinnon (4) (Brady Earle) 7:24 1: STM 3-0 6x5 PP Tim Geverd (5) (Dave Vorozilchak) 14:43 1: STA 1-3 6x6 Timothy King (7) (Tucker Mullin, Seth Goodrich) 15:20 2: STA 2-3 6x5 PP Coleman Noonan (10) (Tucker Mullin, Ryan Holley) 0:23 2: STM 4-2 6x4 PP Glenn Belmore (4) (Matt Rigtrup, Alex Davidson) 4:22 2: STA 3-4 6x6 Paul Snell (4) (Tucker Mullin, Timothy King) 12:35 3: STM 5-3 6x6 Matt Rigtrup (5) (unassisted) 7:09 3: STA 4-5 6x6 Timothy King (8) (Tyler Savage, Seth Goodrich) 8:10 3: STA 5-5 6x5 PP Brendan Carroll (3) (Michael DeVita, Jim Toomey) 9:42 3: STA 6-5 6x5 PP Ryan Butler (3) (Tucker Mullin, Coleman Noonan) 14:59 3: STM 6-6 6x6 GT Tim Geverd (6) (Matt Rigtrup, Alex Davidson) 15:43 Saint Michael’s saw its winless streak slip to five games as the Purple Knights couldn’t hold a 3-0 first period lead. Saint Anselm eventually took a 6-5 lead in the third, but Tim Geverd’s second goal of the game forced a tie. Glenn Belmore also scored twice, giving him four goals in the past three games. Shots On Goal Saint Anselm Saint Michael’s

1st 11 14

2nd 3rd 13 20 4 11

OT Total 2 46 2 31

Game #13: Jan. 16, 2010 vs. vs. New New England England Colle g e New England Saint Michael’s

0 2

3 2

1 0

0 - 4 0 - 4

1: STM 1-0 6x6 Brady Earle (7) (Matt Rigtrup, Nick Sheehan) 7:13 1: STM 2-0 6x5 PP Reave MacKinnon (5) (Nick Sheehan, Brady Earle) 19:59 2: STM 3-0 6x6 Josh Geary (3) (Michael Jangro, Glenn Belmore) 1:04 2: NEC 1-3 6x6 Phil Moore (1) (Jon Globke, Mark Ehl) 5:16 2: NEC 2-3 6x6 Geoff Shewmake (4) (Trevor Turner, Emil Alengard) 6:15 2: STM 4-2 6x6 Reave MacKinnon (6) (Matt Rigtrup, Michael Jangro) 16:50 2: NEC 3-4 6x6 Trevor Turner (3) (Jarkko Leppanen, Jeff Armando) 18:05 3: NEC 4-4 6x6 GT Johan Granath (7) (Jeff Armando) 12:28

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Game #14: Jan. 22, 2010 vs. Colleg e vs. Trinity Colleg Trinity Saint Michael’s

2 0

0 0

1 0

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1: TRN 1-0 6x6 GW LL Stephen Rogers (4) (Chris Menard) 4:23 1: TRN 2-0 6x6 Adam Houli (8) (Richard Hollstein, Jordan So) 16:52 3: TRN 3-0 6x6 Chris Menard (2) (Stephen Rogers, Mike DeMayo) 14:01 Saint Michael’s suffered its only shutout of the year, losing 3-0 against Trinity at Cairns Arena. The Bantams outshot the Purple Knights by a slim 30-28 margin and Mike Dizgun stopped 27 shots in goal. Shots On Goal 1st 2nd 3rd Total Trinity 14 7 9 30 Saint Michael’s 6 9 13 28

Game #15: Jan. 23, 2010 vs. vs. Wesley esley an Univ Univ er sity Wesleyan Saint Michael’s

0 0

1 3

1 0

- 2 - 3

The Purple Knights snapped a seven-game winless skid with a 3-2 win over Wesleyan to cap a four game homestand. Alex Davidson tallied the game-winner in the second period, and Mike Dizgun made 31 saves to get his third win of the season. 1st 8 3

2nd 13 17

3rd 12 5

Total 33 25

0 2

1 1

0 1

- 1 - 4

1: BAB 1-0 6x5 PP LL Ryan Smith (4) (Terry Woods, Dan Ahern) 7:22 1: BAB 2-0 6x5 PP GW Mike Hoban (3) (Dan Ahern, Terry Woods) 14:18 2: BAB 3-0 5x6 SH Chris Wood (10) (Terry Woods) 9:39 2: STM 1-3 6x6 Glenn Belmore (5) (Alex Higgins, Josh Geary) 13:26 3: BAB 4-1 5x6 SH Terry Woods (12) (unassisted) 2:34 Babson’s Terry Woods lit up Saint Michael’s with a goal and three assists to help Babson take a 4-1 home win over the Purple Knights. Glenn Belmore scored an even-strength goal for Saint Michael’s, and Brendan Rimmer made 34 saves on the losing end. Shots On Goal Saint Michael’s Babson

2: STM 1-0 5x4 PP LL Tim Geverd (7) (Matt Rigtrup, Reave MacKinnon) 2:23 2: STM 2-0 6x6 Jean-Maxime Legare (2)(Bryan Brunton,Tully LaBelle-Hamer) 6:26 2: WES 1-2 6x6 John Guay (8) (Tom Salah, Geoff Mucha) 13:29 2: STM 3-1 6x6 GW Alex Davidson (3) (Michael Jangro, Kyle Marquis) 15:42 3: WES 2-3 6x6 Tom Salah (8) (unassisted) 12:25

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1st 9 13

2nd 9 12

3rd 7 13

Total 25 38

Game #17: Jan. 30, 2010 a t UMass Boston Saint Michael’s UMass Boston

1 1

0 3

1 3

- 2 - 7

1: STM 1-0 6x6 Brady Earle (8) (Reave MacKinnon, Matt Rigtrup) 10:54 1: UMB 1-1 6x5 PP Anthony Fitti (1) (Matt Atsoff) 16:36 2: UMB 2-1 5x6 SH LL Jimmy Ennis (4) (Chris Wilcox, Kyle Tejchma) 3:08 2: UMB 3-1 6x5 PP GW Michael Crowder (5) (Vinnie Jacona, Gentry Zollars) 15:28 2: UMB 4-1 6x5 PP Wayne Sands (4) (Anthony Cosmano, Kris Kranzky) 16:57 3: UMB 5-1 6x6 Kris Kranzky (8) (Vinnie Jacona, Bryan Albert) 0:36 3: STM 2-5 6x6 Brady Earle (9) (Reave MacKinnon) 12:34 3: UMB 6-2 6x6 Matt Atsoff (8) (Steve Ebbole, Anthony Fitti) 16:46 3: UMB 7-2 6x5 PP Michael Crowder (6) (Vinnie Jacona, Kris Kranzky) 19:50 The Purple Knights lost their second road game in a row by way of a 7-2 defeat at UMass Boston. The Beacons scored three times in both the second and third periodswhile rattling off a total of 46 shots. Brady Earle netted both Purple Knight goals with Reave MacKinnon assisting on each one. Shots On Goal Saint Michael’s UMass Boston

1st 9 11

2nd 5 24

3rd 11 11

Total 25 46

The Purple Knights dropped another 3-0 lead, working their second-straight draw with a 4-4 tie against New England College. Reave MacKinnon lit the lamp twice for Saint Michael’s. Shots On Goal New England Saint Michael’s

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1st 16 12

2nd 3rd 16 10 6 10

OT Total 2 44 4 32

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2009-10 Box Scores Saint Michael’s suffered a tough 7-2 loss to Middlebury College. Dan Evarts opened up the game’s scoring with his first goal of the season at the 1:50 mark of the opening period. Tim Geverd also scored for Saint Michael’s, as he connected for his eigth goal of the season in the third period. Mike Dizgun made 30 saves in the defeat. Shots On Goal Saint Michael’s Middlebury

1st 6 17

2nd 3 11

3rd 9 9

Total 18 37

Game #21: Feb. 12, 2010 vs. vs. Skidmor e Colle g e Game #18: Feb. 2, 2010 at Southern Southern New New Hampshire Hampshire Univ Univ. Saint Michael’s Southern N.H.

1 0

2 0

2 0

- 5 - 0

1: STM 1-0 6x5 PP GW LL Alex Davidson (4) (Matt Rigtrup, Tim Geverd) 2:49 2: STM 2-0 6x6 Nick Sheehan (6) (Brady Earle, Tim Geverd) 0:39 2: STM 3-0 6x6 Brady Earle (10) (Reave MacKinnon, Paul Nannicelli) 14:19

3: STM 4-0 5x5 Reave MacKinnon (7) (Matt Rigtrup) 0:58 3: STM 5-0 6x5 PP

The Purple Knights dominated their NE-10 rival, Southern New Hampshire. Alex Davidson scored the game’s first goal at 2:49 in the opening period, a goal that would ultimately stand as the game-winner. Nick Sheehan led the Purple Knights with a pair of goals. Brady Earle chipped in with a goal and two assists. Mike Dizgun picked up his fourth win of the season, as he stopped all 32 shots that he faced. 1st 16 8

2nd 12 13

Game #19: Feb. 5, 2010 a t W illiams Colle g e Saint Michael’s Williams

0 1

0 2

1 1

- 1 - 4

1: WIL 1-0 6x5 PP LL Connor Olvany (8) (Alex Smigelski, Mike Brofft) 11:05 2: WIL 2-0 6x5 PP GW Connor Olvany (9) (Alex Smigelski, Brian Malchoff) 2:00 2: WIL 3-0 6x6 Alex Smigelski (14) (Unassisted) 15:56 3: STM 1-3 6x5 PP Brady Earle (11) (Nick Sheehan, Dave Vorozilchak) 10:31

Nick Sheehan (7) (Dave Vorozilchak, Brady Earle) 17:29

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Skidmore Saint Michael’s

3rd 8 11

Total 36 32

3: WIL 4-1 6x6 Alex Smigelski (15) (Ryan Young) 16:34

1 1

1 1

3 0

- 5 - 2

1: SKD 1-0 6x6 Tyler Doremus (8) (Alex Mykolenko, Zach Menard) 8:08 1: STM 1-1 6x5 PP Tim Geverd (9) (Matt Rigtrup, Alex Davidson) 10:29 2: SKD 2-1 6x6 Matt Czerkowicz (8) (Nick Dupuis) 2:53 2: STM 2-2 6x6 Reave MacKinnon (8) (Unassisted) 7:13 3: SKD 3-2 5x6 GW LL Zach Menard (7) (Alex Essaris) 2:12 3: SKD 4-2 6x6 Tim Daley (2) (Chris Webb, Jonathan Watanabe) 8:37 3: SKD 5-2 6x4 PP Matt Czerkowicz (9) (Nick Dupuis, Zach Menard) 13:45

The Purple Knights remain winless all-time against Williams College, as they fell by a score of 4-1. Brady Earle increased his goal-scoring streak to three games, as he scored the lone goal for Saint Michael’s in the third period to pull the Purple Knights back to within two goals of the Ephs. Brendan Rimmer saved 39 shots in the loss.

Saint Michael’s fell to Skidmore 5-2 at Cairns Arena. The Thoroughbreds and the Purple Knights traded goals in the first and second periods to make the score 2-2, before Skidmore pulled away for three unanswered goals. Tim Geverd scored his ninth goal of the season midway through the first period. Reave MacKinnon also scored for his eighth goal of the year in the second period. Brendan Rimmer made 31 saves in the loss.

Shots On Goal Saint Michael’s Williams

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1st 5 12

2nd 13 19

3rd 6 12

Total 24 43

1st 9 5

2nd 13 8

3rd 14 8

Total 36 21

Game #20: Feb. 6, 2010 a t Middle b ur y Colle g e Middleb Saint Michael’s Middlebury

1 2

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1 2

- 2 - 7

1: STM 1-0 6x5 PP Dan Evarts (1) (Reave MacKinnon, Nick Sheehan) 1:50 1: MID 1-1 6x5 PP Mathieu Dubuc (9) (Bryan Curran, Tom Clayton) 6:10 1: MID 2-1 6x6 LL Ken Suchoski (7) (Charlie Townsend, Tom Clayton) 12:31 2: MID 3-1 6x6 GW Michael Hilgendorf (1) (Nick Resor, Charlie Strauss) 2:11 2: MID 4-1 6x5 PP Bryan Curran (5) (Tom Clayton, Charlie Townsend) 7:35 2: MID 5-1 6x6 Martin Drolet (13) (Charlie Strauss, Mathieu Dubuc) 15:02 3: STM 2-5 6x5 PP Tim Geverd (8) (Matt Rigtrup, Alex Davidson) 1:38 3: MID 6-2 6x6 Charlie Townsend (6) (John Sullivan) 10:22 3: MID 7-2 6x5 PP Charlie Strauss (4) (Martin Drolet, Nick Resor) 18:04

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2009-10 Box Scores Game #22: Feb. 13, 2010 vs. State Colleg Colleg e vs. Castleton State Castleton Saint Michael’s

3 1

0 3

0 0

- 3 - 4

1: STM 1-0 6x5 PP Alex Davidson (5) (Matt Rigtrup, Glenn Belmore) 2:43 1: CST 1-1 6x6 Brett Zeggil (4) (Justin Alonzo, Brenden Beer) 10:27 1: CST 2-1 6x4 PP Omar Pacha (5) (Kirk Bolduc, Stuart Stefan) 14:36 1: CST 3-1 6x5 PP Justin Alonzo (6) (Josh Harris, Kirk Bolduc) 15:51 2: STM 2-3 6x5 PP Alex Davidson (6) (Glenn Belmore, Josh Geary) 10:14 2: STM 3-3 5x6 SH Fran Briand (1) (Kyle Marquis, Matt Rigtrup) 13:34 2: STM 4-3 6x5 PP GW LL Josh Geary (4) (Alex Davidson, Tim Geverd) 19:05 Saint Michael’s defeated Castleton State by a score of 4-3, despite being outshot 43-17 . After Alex Davidson scored for the Purple Knights early in the first period, the Spartans struck for three straight goals to take a 3-1 lead heading into the second frame. Saint Michael’s scored three of its own in the second period, including Fran Briand’s first goal of the season and Josh Geary’s game-winner with less than a minute remaining in the period. Mike Dizgun made 40 saves in a winning effort, as he picked up his fifth victory of the season. Shots On Goal 1st 2nd 3rd Total Castleton 11 17 15 43 Saint Michael’s 3 12 2 17

Game #23: Feb. 19, 2010 a t Tufts Univ Univ er sity Saint Michael’s Tufts

1 1

0 3

1 3

Saint Michael’s Conn. College

- 2 - 7

The Purple Knights fell to Tufts, 7-2. Nick Sheehan scored his eight goal of the season in the first period. Dave Vorozilchak scored his first goal of the year in the third period. Brendan Rimmer stopped 39 saves in the loss. Shots On Goal 1st 2nd 3rd Total Saint Michael’s 10 6 12 28 Tufts 13 18 15 46

0 0

1 1

2 4

Game #26: Feb. 27, 2010 vs. inal) vs. Southern Southern N.H. N.H. (NE-10 Quarterf Quarterfinal) - 3 - 5

2: CTC 1-0 6x5 PP Ryan Howarth (2) (Brett Moore) 1:38 2: STM 1-1 6x6 Justin Castagna (1) (unassisted) 18:48 3: STM 2-1 6x5 PP Reave MacKinnon (9) (Dave Vorozilchak, Nick Sheehan) 0:59 3: CTC 2-2 6x6 Sean Murray (3) (Ryan Joyce, Jordan Gray) 3:31 3: CTC 3-2 5x5 Brett Moore (4) (unassisted) 6:17 3: STM 3-3 6x5 PP Dave Vorozilchak (2) (Nick Sheehan, Brady Earle) 7:49 3: CTC 4-3 6x6 GW LL Joe Capuano (9) (Ryan Howarth) 18:48 3: CTC 5-3 6x6 EN Ryan Howarth (3) (unassisted) 19:50 The Purple Knights hung with Connecticut College for over three periods, but the Camels notched four third period goals to force a 5-3 final score. Dave Vorozilchak led Saint Michael’s with a goal and an assist, but Connecticut’s Ryan Howarth stole the show with two goals and a helper. Justin Castagna also tallied his first career goal for Saint Michael’s. Shots On Goal Saint Michael’s Conn. College

1st 11 10

2nd 8 23

3rd 8 15

Total 27 48

0 0

0 3

1 1

- 1 - 4

2: STM 1-0 6x6 LL Kyle Marquis (2) (Ryan Nest, Josh Geary) 0:46 2: STM 2-0 6x6 GW Reave MacKinnon (10) (Justin Castagna) 2:32 2: STM 3-0 6x6 Josh Geary (5) (Kyle Marquis, Ryan Nest) 16:20 3: STN 1-3 5x5 Angelo Todesca (9) (Pat Greene) 9:22 3: STM 4-1 6x5 PP Alex Higgins (3) (Tim Geverd, Dave Vorozilchak) 12:36 Saint Michael’s snapped a two-game losing streak with a Northeast-10 Conference win over Stonehill at Cairns Arena to wrap up the regular season and secure a #3 seed in the NE-10 playoffs. Kyle Marquis and Josh Geary each recorded a goal and an assist, while Mike Dizgun made 19 saves. Shots On Goal Stonehill Saint Michael’s

1st 4 17

2nd 7 16

Southern N.H. Saint Michael’s

3rd 9 12

Total 20 45

1 2

3 3

1 2

- 5 - 7

1: STM 1-0 6x5 PP Dave Vorozilchak (3) (Dan Evarts, Nick Sheehan) 2:59 1: STM 2-0 6x5 PP Reave MacKinnon (11) (Tim Geverd, Glenn Belmore) 6:45 1: SNH 1-2 6x6 Matt Farley (2) (Jake Berube, John Frey) 17:43 2: SNH 2-2 6x6 Andrew Hildreth (7) (Matt Farley, Kent Honeyman) 6:35 2: SNH 3-2 6x6 John Frey (6) (Mark Lodge) 6:52 2: SNH 4-2 6x6 Charles Wisniewski (1) (Mark Lodge) 7:54 2: STM 3-4 6x6 Alex Higgins (4) (Tim Geverd, Glenn Belmore) 9:52 2: STM 4-4 6x6 Reave MacKinnon (12) (Nick Sheehan, Matt Rigtrup) 10:24 2: STM 5-4 5x5 Matt Rigtrup (6) (Justin Castagna, Brady Earle) 17:32 3: SNH 5-5 6x5 PP Ryan DiBartolomeo (6)(Troy Maybury, Andrew Hildreth) 8:45 3: STM 6-5 6x6 GW LL Ryan Nest (1) (Brady Earle) 11:34 3: STM 7-5 6x6 EN HT Reave MacKinnon (13) (Brady Earle, Matt Rigtrup) 19:03 Saint Michael’s survived a wild six-goal second period to defeat Southern New Hampshire 7-5 in the Northeast-10 Quarterfinals. Reave MacKinnon had three goals for the Purple Knights, and Matt Rigtrup had a goal and an assist. Shots On Goal So. New Hampshire Saint Michael’s

Game #25: Feb. 23, 2010 vs. vs. Stonehill Colle g e Stonehill Saint Michael’s

1: TUF 1-0 6x5 PP Jared Barker (1) (Cory Korchin, Mike Vitale) 1:17 1: STM 1-1 6x5 PP Nick Sheehan (8) (Tim Geverd, Matt Rigtrup) 14:05 2: TUF 2-1 6x5 PP LL Tom Derosa (11) (Andy Davis) 11:53 2: TUF 3-1 6x4 PP GW Lindsay Walker (4) (Andy Davis, Matt Amico) 13:42 2: TUF 4-1 6x6 Tom Derosa (12) (Dylan Plimmer, Dylan Cooper) 17:21 3: TUF 5-1 6x6 HT Tom Derosa (13) (Mike Vitale, Zach Diaco) 8:42 3: TUF 6-1 5x4 PP Zach Diaco (15) (Trevor John, Andy Davis) 11:09 3: TUF 7-1 6x6 Evan Story (3) (Zach Diaco) 14:12 3: STM 2-7 6x5 PP Dave Vorozilchak (1) (Brady Earle) 17:28

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Game #24: Feb. 20, 2010 a t Connecticut Colleg Colleg e

1st 9 12

2nd 11 20

3rd 15 12

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Game #27: Mar. Mar. 3, 2010 at Assumption (NE-10 Semifinal) Semifinal) Saint Michael’s Assumption

1 2

0 2

0 1

- 1 - 5

1: AMP 1-0 6x5 PP LL Taylor Larsen (17) (Patrick Fitzgibbons, Kevin Glanzman) 14:13 1: AMP 2-0 6x6 GW Patrick Fitzgibbons (7) (Taylor Larsen, Pat O’Kane) 16:12 1: STM 1-2 6x5 PP Dave Vorozilchak (4) (Nick Sheehan, Dan Evarts) 16:48 2: AMP 3-1 6x6 Taylor Larsen (18)(Patrick Fitzgibbons, Nick Blanchette) 15:35 2: AMP 4-1 6x6 James Capulli (1) (Adam Gaudreau, Joshua Boissoneau) 16:37 3: AMP 5-1 6x6 Pat O’Kane (26) (Marc Labb, Taylor Larsen) 5:21 The Purple Knights’ season came to a close with a 51 loss as Assumption in the Northeast-10 Semifinals. Two first period goals put the Greyhounds on top for good, and three unanswered goals put the game out of reach. Dave Vorozilchak netted the lone goal in his last game in a Saint Michael’s uniform. Shots On Goal Saint Michael’s Assumption

1st 21 20

2nd 26 11

3rd 10 6

Total 57 37

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2008-09 NE-10 Champions 2008-09 NORTHEAST-10 CONFERENCE BACK-TO-BACK CHAMPIONS

THE PURPLE KNIGHTS CELEBRATE THEIR SECOND CONSECUTIVE NORTHEAST-10 CONFERENCE T OURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP IN FRONT OF A SOLD OUT CROWD AT CAIRNS ARENA.

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All-Time Roster A Achilles, Seth Ackels, Tony Acton, Bill Acton, Rich Acunto, John Allardyce, Dagan Altieri, Kieran Ambrose, Tom Anctil, Dan Anctil, Matt Anderson, David Anderson, Ryan Anglin, Al Arsenault, Ryan Asiof, Matt

93-94 84-85-86-87 49 94 92-93-94-95 95 99-00-01 90-91-92 05-06-07-08 02-03-04-05 86-87-88-89-90 00 42 11 93-94 B

Baiocco, Peter Basinski, Steve Bechard, Bernie Becker, Brian Beers, Darren Bell, Morgan Bell, Jon Bell, Steve Bellissimo, Jay Belliveau, Bob Belliveau, Dan Belmore, Glenn Benedix, Kevin Berno, Bob Berno, Nick Berry, David Berry, John Beukers, Joe Biotti, Frank Bilton, Tyler Blais, Michael Boisse, Chris Bouchard, Ed Branon, Scott Briand, Fran Brouchard, Jack Brown, Jim Brunton, Bryan Buckley, Jim Bullock, Bob Burke, Joe Burr, James Burns, John Burton, John

02 86-87-88 42 92 96-97-98-99 10-11 96-97-98 00-01-02 84-85-86-87 50-51 87-88-89-90 10-11 85-86-87-88 83-84-85 00-01-02-03 90-91-92-93 87-88-89-90 90-91-92 84 08-09 00 94 42 84-85-86-87 08-09-10-11 39 51 08-09-10 50-51 49-50 39 98-99 07-08-09 00 C

Caldwell, Tom Caligiuri, Joe Callahan, Brendan Carlson, Jason Carney, Tom Caron, Erik Carpenter, Dan Carpenter, Scott Carr, Ryan Carroll, Bill Casavant, Jay Castagna, Justin Cedorchuck, Kevin Chanio, Bob Christopher, Mike Ciardullo, Mike Coccaro, Jeremy Collins, Brendan Connors, Fred Connors, Jack Conroy, Ryan

95-96-97-98 05 90-91-92 96 95-96 05-06-07-08 01 89-90-91 02 39 83 10-11 97 95-97 02 04-05-06-07 99-00-01-02 92-93-94-95 42 42 05-06-07

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Conway, Jack Conway, Leo Connelly, E. Coogan, Geoghan Coogan, Will Cookson, Armand Cooper, Josh Cowen, Rob Coyle, John Crowley, Mark Cunningham, John Curran, Paul

48-49-50-51 51 24 96 93-94 39 02-03-04 03 98-99 89-90-91 83-84-85 89 D

Dancey, Nick Dancey, Tim D'Arcy, Jack Davidson, Alex Davidson, Chris DeFalco, Peter DeLude, Phil Demary, Cletus Denault, Leo Deppmeyer, Andrick DiMasi, Andy DiMasi, Ronny Dion, Nick DiStefano, Mike Dizgun, Mike Dodge, Bryan Donnelly, Kirby Dougherty, Pat Dousevicz, Jed Downing, Geoff Drolette, Todd Duffy, Mike Duggan, Tom Dupont, Michel Durkin, Jim

04-05-06-07 05-06-07 86 10-11 96-97-98-99 05 50 42 48-49 06-07-08 04-05-06-07 10 96-97-99 93 10-11 06-07-08-09 83 93-94-95 92-93 95-96-97 86-87-88-89 02-03-04 50-51 96-97-98 02 E

Earle, Brady Ennis, Peter Evarts, Dan Faretra, Gavin Farnham, Michael Farrelly, Dan Favreau, Peter Fecteau, Al Feloney, Jim Fernandez, Phil FitzGerald, Bill Flint, John Foley, Sean Frain, Bill

09-10-11 99 10-11 01-02-03-04 83 01 88-89-90-91 50-51 48-49-50-51 84-85-86-87 01 02-03 86-87-88 83-84-85-86 G

Gallicano, Bill Geary, Josh Gennings, Todd Geragosian, Craig Geverd. Tim Gieszler, Zach Gilbertson, Andy Gill, Matt Gillis, Dave Gillis, Jim Girouard, Derek Gleason, Dick Gleason, Mike Glover, Daniel Golden, Paul Grace, Gerry Graham, Brent Griffin, Mike Gross, Chris

85 10-11 07 03-04-05-06 09-10 09 97 92-93-94-95 91-92 85-86-87-88 04-05-06-07 50-51 04-05 86-87-88-89 87, 89 48 89-90-91 98-99-00-01 00-01-02-03

Gross, Peter Gruntkosky, Toby Guay, Armand Gurskis, John

03-04 94 39 95-96-97-98 H

Hagan, Chris Hall, Matt Hampe, Keith Harney, Henry Harrington, Jason Harris, Jeff Harris, Rich Hart, Bob Harvey, E. Harvey, R. Haskins, Michael Healey, Chris Healy, Jerry Hebert, Paul Hemmert, Ty Henderson, George Heney, Bill Heney, Brian Heney, Steve Higgins, Alex Higgins, Matt Higgins, Pinky Hill, Brent Hill, Dan Hopper, Brian Howland, Ray Huff, Joe Hyun, Martin

94 05-06-07-08 99-00 49-50 98-99-00-01 04-05-06-07 84 42 24 24 83-84 06-07-08-09 48-49 83 96 39 88-89, 91-92 93-94 90-91-92 08-09-10-11 83-84-85-86 42 02-03-04 92 06-07 48 98-99 00-01-02 I

Igo, John

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Jackson, Derek Jangro, Michael Jenkins, Chris Jordan, Hal Jordon, Paul Joy, Andy Juliano, Steve

04-05-06-07 10-11 01 89-90 84 02-03-04-05 85 K

Kaiser, Alex Kaplan, Todd Kellard, Robert Kelleher, Ryan Kelleher, Brendan Kelly, Dennis Kelly, Kevin Kent, Brad Kerig, Bill Kerin, Dick Kiley, Kevin Kiley, Tim Kingston, David Kopf, Herb Kriwox, Colin Kruger, David Kuthy, Chris

10 95 83 97 92-93-94-95 83-84-85 86 00-01-02-03 83-84 42 90, 93 85-86 83 86-87-88-89 00-01 83 98-99-00-01 L

Labelle-Hamer, Tully Lague, Chip Lamos, Shane Lampron, Kevin Lane, Kevin Lanfear, Caleb Lanfear, Kyle Lanzetta, Bill Lauze, Chad Lavoie, Ossie Leahy, A.

08-09-10-11 83 97-98 11 99 00 95-96-97-98 95-96 00 48 42

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Leahy, Bob Legare, Jean-Maxime Legault, T. Lesage, Paul Lewis, Fred Line, Mike Loche, Chris Logan, Connor Long, Jack Loveless, Dave Luca, Chris Lyons, Rob

42 07-08-09-10 23-24 39-42 03 97-98 90-91-92 11 39 95 85-86-87, 89 88, 90-91 M

MacDonald, Colby MacDonald, Ryan MacKinnon, Reave Magner, George Maloney, George Manning, Gregg Manning, Ted Marandola, Ed Mariano, Tom Marini, Daykin Marino, Mike Maroney, E. Marquis, Kyle Martel, Roland Maxwell, Scott May, George McArthur, Paul McAuliffe, Tim McCormack, Steven McDaniel, Sean McDermott McDonald, Mike McDonnell, Tom McDonough, Tom McGonigle, Brendan McGrath, Emerson McGrath, Ryan McGuirk, Eric McGuirk, Patrick McIntyre, John McIntyre, Ryan McKenna, Jamie McKinney, Ryan McNulty, Sean McWade, Brian Megan, Marc Melley, John Menninger, Florian Mero, Ryan Miller, Scott Mitchell, Peter Mitchell, Tom Mitiguy Monette, Fred Mongeau, Peter Moore, Jeff Moreau, Maurice Moriarty, Bob Morse, Ian Mullahy, Brian Mullahy, Mike Mullins, David Murphy, Brian Murphy, Jim Murphy, Michael Murphy, Steve

11 11 09-10-11 51 50-51 83-84 83-84-85-86 95-96-97-98 00-01-02-03 99-00-02-03 94 24 08-09-10 42 99 92-93 48 11 00-01-02-03 91-92-93 23 96-97-98-99 39 51 03 39-42 00 11 07-08-09-10 49-50-51 11 87-88-89 04-05-06-07 87-88-89-90 09-10-11 83 83 83-84-85-86 06-07-08-09 95-96 42 91, 93-94 23 95 92-93-94-95 01-02 39 39 03 86-87-88-89-90 84-85-86-87 03-04-05-06 90-91-92-93 97-98-99-00 86-87-88-89 83 N

Nannicelli, Paul Needleman, Mark Nerland, Steve

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07-08-09-10 90-91-92-93 03-04-05-06

Nest, Ryan Neuhaus, Andrei Nocivelli, Paul Nolan, Lloyd Noonan, Peter North, Jake Northrup, Andy

08-09-10 93 84-85-86, 88 50 85, 87-88 94-95-96 91-92-93 O

O'Brien, Jack O'Brien, Mike O'Brien, Tim O'Connell, Pat Olio, David O'Malley, Rob O'Meara, Chris O'Neil, Gerry

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Parenteau, George Pauli, Matt Pavao, Tom Pawliczka, Trevor Pear, Brian Pelkey, Dean Pelletier, Dan Pelletier, Mike Perez, Jonathan Peryer, Brett Petitti, Joe Philbin, Mick Pierce, Derrick Poirier, Bob Polley, Tim Ponejolic, Brett Popineau, L. Provencher

51 00-01 94-95-96-97 09-10 92 83-84-85 10-11 02 03-04-05-06 08-09 50 99 85 42 02 05 23-24 23

Skinner, Bill Skinner, Brian Smith, Erik Smith, Michael Soustal, Petr Stafford, Jim Statlander, Maarten Stevens, Josh Steverman, Eric Stodiek, Gerd Strout, Shane Sullivan, Adam Sunderland, Fred Sweenor, Kyle T Tablot, Mike Taplin, Joel Taylor, Dan Terry, Chris Terry, Tom Theberge, Simon Thabault, Wil Thurston, Chris Tining, E. Towne, Nick Tomasetta, Matt Tomczak, Steve Torney, Sam Trahan, Paul Trotier, Jean Paul U/V

R 98-99-00 89 08 95 08-09-10-11 08-09-10-11 89-90 39 11 97 96-97-98-99 90-91-92 95-96-97-98 04-05-06 88 84-85-86-87 93-94 39 91-92-93 S Sansouci, Armand Sargent, Eddie Sauriol, Marc-Oliver Seigler, Nate Shaheen, Tim Sheary, Brian Sheehan, Nicholas Sheeran, Mike Silver, Jared Silver, Jonathan

91, 93 01 83 39 07-08-09-10 W

99 01-02-03-04 42 89-90-91 83

Ralph, Josh Reidy, Mike Richard, Kevin Rigny, John Rigtrup, Matt Rimmer, Brendan Robinson, Dan Robitaille, Doc Rodeseschini, Rich Ross, Jeff Roukes, Jeff Rouleau, Jeff Rourke, Jay Rousseau, Adam Rousseau, Craig Rutz, Eric Ryan, Rob Ryan, Tom Rynne, Derek

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Umile, Jim Urban, Eddie Vallee, Kevin Valley, Al Vorozilchak, Dave

Q Quandt, Andy Quenneville, Justin Quinn, Tom Quirk, Kevin Quirke, Brian

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Wallace, Brian Wallace, Tom Walsh, Jim Walsh, Ken Walsh, Richard Walsh, Sean Wansiewicz, Adam Watts, Alex Weaver, L. Weber, Mike Welch, Brendan Welgos, Andy Wellington, Bill Whitcomb, James White, Fran Whitlock, Jim Whitney, Matt Williams, Pat Williams, Quentin Williams, Spencer Wood, Tim Woodworth, Ernie Wosczyna, Ken

95 97 99-00-01-02 00-01, 03 87 94 92-93-94 03-04-05-06 24 04 05 99-00-01-02 48 93-94 42 48, 50 08-09 84-85-86 04-05-06 04-05-06 95 51 95-96-97-98 Y/Z

Yates, David Young, Frank Yurco, Chris Zeman, Bruce Zimmerman, Chris Zina, Kevin Zizza, Christian

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President John J. Neuhauser Dr. John J. (Jack) Neuhauser, enters his fourth year as the 16th president of Saint Michael’s College in 2010-11. He was named President on August 1, 2007, and was inaugurated on September 29, 2007. Neuhauser spent the two years prior to joining Saint Michael’s as University Professor of Boston College. From 1999 to 2005, he served as academic vice president and dean of faculties of Boston College. From 1977 to 1999, Dr. Neuhauser served as dean and professor of the Boston College Carroll School of Management. “I’ve come to know and admire Saint Michael’s College as a trustee for five years, and quite literally, to know this place is to love it,” Professor Neuhauser said, on being named the next president of the college. “The academic qualities of Saint Michael’s, its faculty commitment to scholarship and teaching, the enthusiasm and curiosity of its students, and its talented administration and staff, should put it in the first ranks of liberal arts colleges. That is the path I hope we will follow together,” he said. “I only hope to be able to continue the strong legacy of Marc and Dana vanderHeyden [Saint Michael’s current president and his wife] and their predecessors.”

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During his six years as academic vice president and dean of faculties of Boston College, Professor Neuhauser was responsible for leadership of the faculty in seven schools and colleges, containing 670 full-time faculty members, and nearly 400 part-time. During this time the number of full-time faculty increased by 50 and the number of endowed professorships more than doubled, to 45. Half the new faculty were persons of color. As dean of Boston College’s Carroll School of Management, Professor Neuhauser led a redesign of the MBA program to promote socially responsible, ethical management and to offer several joint degree programs: MBA-MSA, MBAJD and MBA-Ph.D. He is also credited with raising $20 million on his own for the Carroll School. A native of New York City, Dr. Neuhauser earned a bachelor’s degree in physics from Manhattan College in 1964, a master’s in operations research and statistics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1965, and a doctorate in operations research and statistics: mathematics, also from Rensselaer, in 1968. Professor Neuhauser is described “as an academic leader who strives for excellence first,” and as a person who is “very comfortable providing leadership within the framework of a strong Catholic institution.” Jack Neuhauser has been a member of the Saint Michael's College Board of Trustees since 2001. He is the father of three grown children. He has completed the Boston Marathon seven times.

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Athletic Administration Geri Knortz, Ed.D. M’05 Athletics Director On May 7, 1997, Geraldine S. Knortz, Ed.D., became the fifth athletics director in the College’s 93-year history, and the first woman to ever hold the position. “We were looking for someone with the leadership abilities to carry Saint Michael's into the 21st century, with concern for all students,” then-college president Marc A. vanderHeyden said. “I am convinced we have found the right person in Geri Knortz.” While at Saint Michael's, Knortz has guided the successful transition of the women’s ice hockey program to varsity status and the men’s ice hockey program’s move to the ECAC East Conference. Knortz has also been instrumental in the addition of numerous fulltime coaching positions, improvements to coaches offices, the renovation of the Ross Sports Center gymnasium floor in 2001, and the construction of the Duffy Artificial Turf Field in 2005. Under her leadership, notable team successes include the field hockey team’s semifinal finish at the 2000 and 2001 NCAA Championship, the men’'s basketball “Sweet Sixteen” appearance in 2001, and the crowning of the men’s hockey team as the 1999 NCAA Division II Champions. The last three years, the women’s tennis team earned the program’s first three appearances in the NCAA Division II Tournament, and the men’s ice hockey team was crowned Northeast10 Conference Tournament champions twice in the last three years. Knortz has been a member of many college committees at Saint Michael's including: strategic planning, athletic advisory, technology steering, administrative council, and numerous search committees. At the national level, she currently serves on the NCAA Committee on Women’s Athletics, and is past chair of the NCAA Division II Nominating Committee and the NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Committee for the Northeast District. She is also active with the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators. Knortz prepared well for her opportunity at Saint Michael's during a very successful 15 year career at Hamilton College, where she held the position of associate director of athletics and senior woman administrator. She was also a professor of physical education (tenured 1987), and coached two varsity sports: volleyball and softball. She is a 1974 graduate (magna cum laude) of the State University of New York at Cortland, where she earned a bachelor of science in physical education and mathematics. She went on to earn her master of science in education at Northern Illinois University in 1978, and a master of science in administration at Saint Michael's in 2005.

Chris Kenny ’86 M’98 Associate Athletics Director Now in his third decade as a college employee, Chris Kenny - the College’s associate athletic director - is primarily responsible for NCAA compliance, marketing, development, and sport administration. Kenny is a product of Saint Michael’s, earning a bachelor of arts degree in journalism and master of science degree in administration and management at the College. After a brief stint as public relations director in the Cincinnati Reds and Philadelphia Phillies minor league systems following graduation, he returned to his alma mater to be the College’s sports information direc-

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Zaf Bludevich Senior Associate Athletics Director A member of the athletic department since 1975, Zaf Bludevich has been involved in nearly every aspect of Saint Michael’s athletics since his arrival more than three decades ago. Bludevich has served as associate athletic director, head athletics trainer, summer camp director, intramural director and has coached several sports. From 1975 to 2003, he served as the College’s head athletic trainer, and in 2004 was promoted to his current title. A 1993 Saint Michael’s Hall of Fame inductee, Bludevich has served on numerous committees and received several awards for his tireless efforts and dedication to Purple Knights athletics. He has held the positions of treasurer and secretary on the Vermont Association of Athletic Trainers and been a member of the NCAA Ice Hockey Rules and Women’s Championship committees and ECAC Cross Country and Track Committee. Bludevich’s longest tenure in a coaching position was 16 years with the cross country program, though he split his time between the men’s (1980-83, 1990-97) and women’s (1980-87) squads. In 1984 and 1985, his women’s squad won the Mideast Conference title. He was the co-head coach of the men’s swimming and diving team during its first four seasons of existence (1974-78). In 1975, he coached the school’s field hockey team, and in 1990 he assisted Lou DiMasi’s men’s lacrosse team. A 1974 graduate of Norwich University (and 2004 Norwich Hall of Fame inductee), where he received his bachelor’s degree in physical education, he earned his master’s in education/athletic training in 1975. In 1991, he received a degree in physical therapy from the University of Vermont. tor, a position he held for eight years. Following his term as the school’s SID, he served as Director of Athletic External Affairs for two years, before being promoted first to Assistant, then Associate Athletic Director. A well-known face around campus, Kenny is a member of several committees, both on campus and in the outer realm of college athletics. A former member of the NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer Committee, he is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators, and the National Association of Athletics Compliance Coordinators. He is also a member of Leadership Champlain’s Class of 2005. A division of the Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Champlain is a prestigious year-long program focused on developing professional leadership and awareness of community issues facing Vermont. On campus, he is a member of the College’s Athletic Task Force, Athletic Advisory Council, and Judicial Review Board, and chairs the College’s Athletic Hall of Fame Committee. Kenny is also an active volunteer in and outside the Burlington community. He serves on the Vermont State Sports Council, is a member of the board of directors for Big Apple Basketball (a non-profit corporation committed to helping New York City kids achieve their dream of a college education), and volunteers for Vermont’s Camp TaKum-Ta (a residential summer camp for children with cancer) having served the camp as a member of its board of directors for 10 years. He is also the Executive Director of the Robert J. Kenny Memorial Golf Tournament, which endows camping scholarships at the Clara Barton Camp for girls with diabetes in memory of his late father, and is a member of the Barton Center’s “Friends of Barton.”

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Sports Medicine Jim Murdock Head Athletic Trainer Jim Murdock, an athletic trainer with nearly 30 years of collegiate experience, enters his second year as Saint Michael’s head athletic trainer in 2010-11. Murdock joins Saint Michael’s after spending 11 years as an athletic trainer at the University of Vermont, including five years as head athletic trainer and assistant director of the Center for Health and Wellbeing. As head athletic trainer, he worked with all 27 of UVM’s NCAA Division I varsity sports programs, and was the supervisor for seven full-time staff, two part-time staff, several student athletic trainers, and three athletic medi- The Athletic Training Room is located on the first floor of the Ross Sports Center, across from the gym. cine facilities. Prior to his time at UVM, Murdock was the director of sports medicine/head athletic trainer and assistant athletics director at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, N.J., from 1986-98. While at Monmouth, he developed a drug-education course and program for student-athletes, and also taught a variety of courses related to athletic training, health and fitness, and first aid safety. Murdock is a 1980 graduate of the University of New Hampshire with a bachelor of science degree in physical education/athletic training, and earned his masters of education in sports medicine/athletic training from the University of Virginia in 1991. He also has served a six-year stint (1980-86) as an assistant athletic trainer and head baseball coach at Washington & Lee University, an NCAA Division III institution in Lexington, Va. Jessica Moore Athletic Trainer Jessica Moore enters her fifth season as athletic trainer at Saint Michael’s in 2010-11. She assists in all of the College’s 21 varsity sports, and works primarily with the men’s and women’s ice hockey teams during the winter. Moore received her bachelor’s degree from Castleton State College in 2002, earning her degree in sports medicine. While at Castleton, she was a senior athletic training student with men’s and women’s basketball, softball, baseball and women’s soccer. After graduating from Castleton, Moore was a graduate assistant at Old Dominion University, working primarily with the women's basketball team, which hosted the NCAA Women’s Basketball Regional Tournament in 2006. She received her master's degree in education from Old Dominion in 2006.

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Whitney Grennon Athletic Medicine Intern Whitney Grennon joins Saint Michael's for her first year as the athletic medicine intern in 2010-11. She will assist with the health care of the College's 21 NCAA Division II intercollegiate varsity sports programs. Grennon graduated summa cum laude from Norwich University in May with a bachelor of science degree in sports medicine/athletic training, and minors in biology, health-nutrition, and coaching. While at Norwich, she worked in the athletic training room for four years, where she actively assisted the College's athletic training staff. Grennon also was a four-year standout for the Norwich softball team, and three-year team captain. Grennon also served two years as president of the College's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

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Athletic Support Seth Cole ’01 Sports Information Director Seth Cole, a native of Blue Hill, Maine, returns for his eighth year as sports information director for Saint Michael’s in 2010-11. He handles all publicity and media relations efforts for the College’s 21 varsity sports, and is the chair of the Northeast-10 Conference Sports Information Directors. He also served as the College’s baseball coach from 2006-08. Cole, a 2001 graduate of Saint Michael’s with a bachelor’s degree in journalism, returns following a 12-month stint with USA Hockey in Colorado Springs, Colo. He first served USA Hockey as The Brian Fishman Intern before being hired full-time as coordinator of media and public relations. Prior to joining USA Hockey, Cole spent the 2001-02 school year as an Asa S. Bushnell intern with the Eastern College Athletic Conference in Centerville, Mass. As an undergraduate, Cole served internships with the Saint Michael’s sports information office and with the sports department of the Burlington Free Press. In addition, he also served as sports editor of The Defender, Saint Michael’s award-winning student newspaper. A four-year starter at second base for the Purple Knights’ varsity baseball team, Cole won the George “Doc” Jacobs Award, given annually to a student who makes an outstanding contribution to the athletic department at Saint Michael’s.

Meggan Dulude ’07 Coordinator of Athletic Facilities & Student Workers Meggan Dulude was named the College’s full-time Coordinator of Athletic Facilities & Student Workers on June 24, 2010. She is responsible for the coordination of all athletics facilities and field requests, among other tasks. Dulude (formerly Meggan Roberge) was a standout pitcher for the Saint Michael’s softball team from 2004-07, and holds nearly every pitching record in program history.

James Franklin Tickets Manager and Events Supervisor James Franklin was named the head coach of men’s soccer, tickets manager, and events supervisor at Saint Michael’s College in April of 2008. Franklin has 12 years of collegiate coaching experience, most recently as an assistant coach for the University of Vermont’s women’s program in 2006 and 2007. Prior to joining UVM, Franklin was the men’s soccer head coach at Norwich from 2003-06. He played collegiate soccer at nearby Champlain College, where he earned his bachelor’s degree.

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Jon Milazzo Equipment and Events Manager Jon Milazzo, a native of Richmond, Vt., has been the Purple Knights’ equipment and events manager since 1998. He is in charge of the purchasing and distribution of all apparel and equipment for the College’s 21 varsity programs. In addition, Milazzo is responsible for the game management of each home athletic event and the operation of the college’s concession stand for home basketball games. He also oversees a student work study staff of 15. Milazzo is a graduate of the University of Hartford. Before arriving at Saint Michael’s, he was an athletic equipment manager at the University of Vermont for 17 years.

Mary Moreau Office Coordinator Mary Moreau is in her 16th year as the athletic department’s office coordinator. She is responsible for coordinating travel for every team and makes all necessary arrangements for home and away contests, including scheduling officials and transportation. Along with Stacey Peet, she helps manage the day-to-day operations of the athletic department.

Stacey Peet Administrative Assistant Stacey Peet is in her 13th year as administrative assistant to the athletic department. She has several duties, including managing the day-to-day operations of the department. She also acts as the athletic department’s business manager. Peet, a well-known face on campus, is often seen singing the national anthem at many of the men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer, field hockey, and men’s ice hockey home games.

Tony Bonvechio ’10 Sports Information Intern Tony Bonvechio ’10 joins Saint Michael’s in the role of sports information intern for the 2010-11 academic year. He will assist with all public and media relations facets for the College’s 21 varsity sports programs. Bonvechio, a journalism and mass communications major with a 3.2 GPA, played baseball at Saint Michael’s for two years (and at Southern New Hampshire University for one season). As a senior in 2010, he led the Purple Knights with three home runs and a .472 slugging percentage while serving as the squad’s primary catcher.

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Facilities Duffy Field at Doc Jacobs Complex (left) is Saint Michael’s new artificial turf playing field. Built in the summer of 2005, it is home to Saint Michael’s field hockey team, as well as the men’s and women’s soccer and lacrosse teams. The field was made possible due to a generous lead gift by John and Kathy Duffy, whose son, Kevin, played lacrosse at Saint Michael’s. The Duffys made their gift in memory of their son Christopher, who died in the September 11, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center.

The Saint Michael’s basketball teams and women’s volleyball team play in the Ross Sports Center, which was renovated in the summer of 2001. A new stateof-the-art floor was put down to replace the previous one that existed since the building opened in 1973. The same style floor is featured at several NBA arenas. The gym is highly regarded as one of the best Division II facilities in the Northeast.

The Ross Sports Center pool is home to the Purple Knights swimming and diving teams. The 25-yard, six-lane pool is also the home of Green Mountain Aquatics. Students are free to use the pool when it is not occupied by one of the teams.

The Tarrant Recreation Center, named after the parents of former bas- The Fitness Center provides a wide variety of cardiovascular and weightketball All-American Rich Tarrant, offers students indoor basketball, training equipment, including free weights, for all Saint Michael’s stutennis, racquetball and squash courts. It also has a 1/8 mile suspended dents, alumni, faculty members and staff. indoor track.

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2010-11 Sc hedule 11/19 11/20 11/23

Souther n Maine* 7 p .m. Uni v er sity of Ne w Eng land*4p .m. Assumption^ 7 p .m.

12/3 12/4 12/7 12/11 12/28

a t Hamilton* a t Amher st * Norwic h* a t F r anklin Pier ce^ U.S . Na tional Uni v er sity

1/1 1/2 1/7 1/8 1/14 1/15 1/21 1/22 1/28 1/29

Johnson and Wales (R.I.)# 4 p .m. Mor risville Sta te# 4 p .m. Colb y * 7 p .m. 3 p .m. Bo w doin* a t St. Anselm *^ 7 p.m. a t Ne w Eng land Colle g e* 4:30 p.m. a t Trinity (Conn.)* 7 p.m. a t Wesle y an (Conn.)* 3 p.m. Ba bson* 7 p .m. UMass .-Boston* 3 p .m.

2/1 2/4 2/5 2/11 2/12 2/15 2/18 2/19

Souther n New Hampshire^ W illiams* Mid dle b ur y* a t Skidmor e* a t Castleton* a t Stonehill^ Tufts* Connecticut Colle g e*

2/26 3/2 3/5

NE-10 Quar terf inals NE-10 Semif inals NE-10 Finals

*denotes ECAC ma tc hup ^denotes Nor theast-10 ma tc hup #SMC Holida y Classic

7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p .m. 7 p.m. 7 p .m.

7 p.m. 7 p .m. 4 p .m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p .m. 4 p .m.

Athletics Department One Winooski Park, Box 258 Colchester, Vermont 05439 802.654.2500 fax 802.654.2497

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2010-11 Saint Michael's Men's Hockey Media Guide