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SUFFOLK AT A GLANCE THIS IS SUFFOLK ACTING PRESIDENT SUFFOLK ATHLETICS BOSTON EMMONS HORRIGAN O’NEIL RINK MICHAEL & LARRY SMITH FITNESS CENTER VARSITY WEIGHT ROOM ROSTER TV ROSTER SCHEDULE & QUICK FACTS 2017–18 PREVIEW RAMS REFLECTS MEET THE RAMS RAMS REFLECT: BRETT LAWSON ’17 COACHES 2016–17 REVIEW RESULTS RECORDS HONORS & AWARDS RAMANCA

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 17 | MEET THE RAMS |

44

BRYCE PERTIZ

67 | RESULTS |

18

SHAYNE BAILEY

45

WILL RIBAS

68

ALL–TIME OPPONENTS

20

JACK JENKINS

46

MARK BARTON

69

ALL–TIME SERIES

SAM KENT

47

MATT BUCHER

72

YEARLY RESULTS

23 

JB SWEENEY

48

JACK KELLY

73 YEAR–BY–YEAR

24

TOMMY BISHOP

49

KADE MCCARTIN

77

SITUATIONAL GAMES

26

MIKHAIL BRYAN

50

JARED MCCRACKEN

78

LAST TIME ...

LJ FELLOWS

51

JOSEPH MORTILLARO

79 | RECORDS |

29

BRENDAN HEINZE

52

GAVIN O’NEILL

80

SINGLE–SEASON LEADERS

30

CONNOR HENRY

53

MILLER RUBIN

81

CAREER LEADERS

31

SEAN HENRY

54

JOE SELDEN

32

MICHAEL LEVINE

55

JOE VINIGI

83 | HONORS & AWARDS | 87 | RAMANCA |

33

NICK MOSHER

57 | COACHES |

88

COACHING HISTORY

34

CONNOR PARENT

58

HEAD COACH CHRIS GLIONNA

89

ALL–TIME CAPTAINS

36

TYLER SCEARBO

59

AD CARY MCCONNELL

90 LETTERWINNERS

NICK ABBENE

61 | 2016–17 REVIEW |

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JOE ADMIRAND

62 RESULTS

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BRIAN BROOKS

63

40

BRYAN ETTER

64 GAME–BY–GAME

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DAVID LAPPIN

65

HIGHS & LOWS

42

CHRIS OLLSON

66

INDIVIDUAL STATS

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BRIAN PATTERSON

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28

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COMBINED TEAM STATS


SUFFOLK AT A GLANCE Suffolk University is a private, coeducational, nonsectarian university located in Boston, Massachusetts. Founded in 1906, the University offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programs in its Law School, College of Arts and Sciences and Sawyer Business School. | ENROLLMENT | 8,046 Full– and Part–Time Students 5,565 Undergraduate Students 1,263 Graduate Students 1,218 Law Students 1,556 International Students (undergraduate and graduate) | FACULTY | More Than 91% Hold PhD or Terminal Degree 1:13 Faculty/Student Ratio (Undergraduate) 1:16 Faculty/Student Ratio (Law School) | FACILITIES | 9 Buildings Located on Beacon Hill and in Downtown Boston 80-Acre Riverfront Property in Passadumkeag, Maine 455-Bed Residence Hall at 150 Tremont Street 345-Bed Nathan R. Miller Residence Hall at 10 Somerset Street 281-Bed Residence Hall at 10 West Street 205-Bed Modern Theatre Residence Hall at West and Washington Streets | INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES | Our Own Campus in Madrid, Spain 54 other study abroad locations in 28 countries | SATELLITE CAMPUS | MBA-North at Riverwalk, Lawrence, Massachusetts | ALUMNI | 23,400 Law School 26,500 College of Arts & Sciences 30,400 Sawyer Business School 78,200 Active Alumni 2,100 Alumni with Degrees From More Than One Suffolk School

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on our campus


this is

SUFFOLK

| MISSION STATEMENT |

| VISION |

| CORE VALUES |

For the past decade, Suffolk University

For Suffolk University will be recognized as

· Student–Center

is a talent catalyst that recognizes and

a dynamic institution that fosters engaged

· Opportunity

develops student potential. Leveraging

learning, rigorous scholarship, innovative

· Scholarly & Professional Excellence

our location in the heart of Boston, our

thinking and community collaboration

· Sound Financial Management

faculty, staff and alumni work together to

across disciplines.

· Community Engagement · Social Responsibility

provide a student-centered experience. This diverse community builds on its

We will ensure that Suffolk graduates

· Diversity

dedication and excellence in education and

are versatile and prepared for modern

· Integrity

scholarship to empower graduates to be

society and the new world market. We will

successful locally, regionally and globally.

provide rich curricula, experiential learning opportunities and professional mentoring through increased collaboration with alumni and community partners. We will recruit, mentor and support diverse faculty of teacher-scholars who are passionately committed to preparing our students to be leaders in the global community. We will inspire investment in a Suffolk community that is built on ethical, forward-thinking leadership, teamwork and cooperation.

U N I V E R S I T Y


ACTING PRESIDENT

marisa

KELLY Marisa Kelly is the acting president of Suffolk University.

Before joining Ithaca College, Kelly served as dean and McQuinn Distinguished Chair of the College of Arts and

She has been senior vice president for academic affairs

Sciences at the University of St. Thomas, Minnesota; senior

and provost since August 2014, responsible for working

associate dean, associate dean, and associate professor of

collaboratively to ensure the quality of the educational

Political Science at College of the Pacific, University of the

experience available to our students at all levels and

Pacific, Stockton, California.

both in and outside of the classroom, She has served as a distinguished member of the senior leadership team and

Kelly holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of

is especially committed to experiential learning and the

Kansas, an MA in Political Theory from San Francisco State

development of interdisciplinary educational opportunities.

University, and a BA in Government from California State University at Sacramento.

Kelly, whose academic discipline is political science, joined the University from Ithaca College, where she served as provost and vice president for educational affairs. As provost, Kelly works closely with the University’s three academic deans, the vice president for enrollment, the dean of students, the vice provost for student success, the vice provost for curriculum and faculty development, the associate provost for institutional research and assessment, and the chief marketing officer. |6|

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SUFFOLK ATHLETICS | MISSION STATEMENT |

| OUR SUCCESS |

The roles of Athletic Participation and Competition are

You’ll quickly learn that our coaches do more than just hold

viewed as an important aspect of the Suffolk University

practices. Many have reached coaching milestones that rank

experience. The Athletic Department and its professional

with their sport’s elite. Several have received conference

staff exist to serve the entire University community by

Coach of the Year awards. Each is committed to your

providing an environment for an individual to enhance their

development — not only as an athlete, but also as a student

quality of life through the value of sport and/or recreational

and a responsible adult.

participation. Many of our student–athletes saw that meeting a Suffolk Adherence to NCAA, ECAC, and GNAC Constitutions and

coach clinched their decision to attend the University.

Bylaws establish a commitment to sportsmanship, fair play and striving for individual and team success, all of which

In the past decade, Suffolk Athletics has enjoyed great

complement and reinforce an excellence in all academic

success at the team and individual levels.

pursuits. Student–Athletes need encounter an environment conducive to the enrichment of community life on campus

We’re collected multiple GNAC regular season and

and opportunity for community service beyond our campus.

tournament titles and made NCAA tournament appearances in several sports. Our women’s basketball team was named

Participants learn to compete effectively and with integrity

a Top 25 Academic Team for two consecutive years and our

in any setting, how to provide leadership, and how to be

women’s soccer team has been honored multiple times for

resilient defeat or victory. Lessons discovered through

sportsmanship and academic excellence.

athletic participation need instill and strengthen all aspects that contribute to success in both a Student–Athlete’s

In addition, ten Suffolk student-athletes have been named

undergraduate years as well as their future professional and

All–American in their sport and more have earned Academic

personal experiences.

All–District selections for their achievements in the classroom.

| WHAT MAKES A SUFFOLK STUDENT-ATHLETE? | Like our entire student body, Suffolk’s student-athletes come from across the nation and around the world. They shine on the court, course, field and ice as conference champions and all–scholastics. They travel their own path to get here, but arrive as team players ready to compete. They’re also stars in the classroom. More than 62% of student-athletes have a GPA of 3.0 or better and many make the Dean’s List.

| OUR TEAMS |

| WHERE WE PLAY |

MEN Baseball Basketball Cross Country Golf Ice Hockey Indoor Track & Field Outdoor Track & Field Soccer Tennis WOMEN Basketball Cross Country Golf Ice Hockey Indoor Track & Field Outdoor Track & Field Soccer Softball Tennis Volleyball

BUCKINGHAM BROWNE & NICHOLS Men’s & Women’s Tennis EAST BOSTON MEMORIAL PARK Baseball Men’s & Women’s Soccer

·

REGAN GYMNASIUM Men’s & Women’s Basketball

· Softball

· Volleyball

EMMONS HORRIGAN O’NEIL RINK Men’s Ice Hockey

U N I V E R S I T Y


BOSTON Suffolk places you smack in the heart of Boston, with countless activities at hand and unexpected opportunities around every corner. While Boston is full of history and colonial charm, with its cobblestone streets and colonial church spires, it is also a modern city whose liveliness is apparent in its ranging architectural styles, thriving industries, diverse cultures and

SUFFOLK

UNIVERSITY IS AT THE CENTER OF AMERICA’S GREATEST COLLEGE TOWN.

important art centers.

| A CHAMPIONSHIP CITY | For the past decade, no city can compete with Boston’s success and Suffolk is located right in the heart of it all. In fact, when the city’s teams win a title, their championship parades roll right past our campus buildings. The Boston Bruins and Celtics compete at TD Garden, just a five–minute walk from campus. Many Suffolk students have even completed internships there. Legendary Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox, is a short subway ride from our front door. And the five–time champion New England Patriots play at Gillette Stadium, which is easily accessible by the commuter rail. Some of the most memorable moments in sports history have happened in Boston and Suffolk’s athletic programs share in that great tradition.

| A COLLEGE CITY | Boston is famous for its robust student populations. With 200,000 students attending 50 institutions in metropolitan Boston, you’ll never find a shortage of book bags, coffee vendors, or intelligent conversation.

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EMMONS HORRIGAN O’NEIL RINK

| EMMONS HORRIGAN O’NEIL RINK | Charlestown DCR 150 Rutherford Ave. Boston, MA 02129 The Emmons Horrigan O’Neil Rink serves as the home facility for the Suffolk University men’s hockey team. The rink is not located on the Suffolk University campus, but a signed memorandum of agreement with the state of Massachusetts DCR in 2014 established a home locker room for the Rams. In addition to the home locker room there are three other modest rooms. Typically, one small locker room is reserved for athletic trainers and the on–site physician from Massachusetts General Hospital. Available treatments include heat, ice, mobilization and stitching if necessary. Located in Charlestown, the rink can seat over 750 fans with ample street parking and a large parking lot across the street. The rink is owned and operated by the Massachusetts Department of Conversation & Recreation.

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MICHAEL & LARRY SMITH FITNESS CENTER The Michael & Larry Smith Fitness Center is Suffolk’s brand new, state–of–the–art, primer location the student–body, faculty and staff on the Rams’ campus to meet their healthy lifestyle needs. The fitness center is named for alumni Michael S. Smith ’61 and Larry E. Smith ’65 in recognition of their leadership philanthropy on behalf of the University.

| FACILITY INFORMATION | · 5,800–Square–Foot Facility · 13–Feet High Ceilings · 26 Cardio Machines

Treadmills, Elliptical, Trainers and Spin Bikes

· 1,200 Square Feet of Heavy Lifting Space

Free Weights and Benches

· 10 Units of Circuit Training Equipment · Group–Fitness Room · Fitness On Demand in Group Fitness Room

180–plus workouts from spin to yoga

· All–Purpose Center

Changing Rooms and Shower Area

| FACILITY HOURS | · Monday–Thursday

6:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m.

· Friday

6:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.

· Saturday

8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

· Sunday

12:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.

The Michael & Larry Smith Fitness Center will be closed on all University acknowledged holidays.

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VARSITY WEIGHT ROOM

| VARSITY WEIGHT ROOM | Suffolk revamped its second–floor facility and made it a state–of–the–art weight room exclusively for varsity athletes in the Summer of 2016. Located on the second–floor of the Ridgeway Building, the facility allows Suffolk to offer sport–specific programing for all 19 varsity teams. The facility features two custom made Power Lift racks for a total of six complete racks as well as a variety of cable machines. The weight room also features two complete racks of dumbbells and other various machines for secondary leg and core exercises.

| FACILITY HOURS | · Monday–Friday

8:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

· Saturday–Sunday

Scheduled Team Lifts

* Times are subject to change The Varsity Weight Room will be closed on all University acknowledged holidays.

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2017–18 ROSTER | ALPHABETICAL | NO. 23 37 25 24 18 22 44 12 6 21 15 10 4 8 9 28 19 1 33 87 13 27 20 30 7 26 16 31 11 14 49 3 2

NAME Nick Abbene Joe Admirand Shayne Bailey Mark Barton Tommy Bishop Brian Brooks Mikhail Bryan Matt Bucher Bryan Etter LJ Fellows Brendan Heinze Connor Henry Sean Henry Jack Jenkins Jack Kelly Sam Kent David Lappin Michael Levine Kade McCartin Jared McCracken Joseph Mortillaro Nick Mosher Gavin O’Neill Chris Olsson Connor Parent Brian Patterson Bryce Pertiz Will Ribas Miller Rubin Tyler Scearbo David Selden JB Sweeney Joe Vingi

CL. So. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. So. So. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr.

POS. D F D F F F D F D D F F D F F D F G D F F F F G F F D G F F D F D

| MEN’S HOCKEY STAFF | NAME Chris Glionna John Burgess Greg Fowke

HT 5–11 5–10 6–2 5–8 5–10 5–9 5–11 6–0 6–1 6–3 6–0 5–11 5–11 5–11 5–11 5–10 5–10 5–11 5–11 6–1 5–11 5–10 6–1 6–1 6–0 5–10 6–1 5–10 6–1 5–9 5–11 6–2 5–9

| NUMERICAL |

WT. HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS TEAM 170 Merrick, N.Y./Connecticut Rangers (USPHL)/Tufs 175 Marshfield, Mass./New Hampshire Monarchs (EHL)/UNE 185 Quincy, Mass./Boston (EHL) 175 Charlton, Mass./Junior Bruins (USPHL) 165 Chelmsford, Mass./Boston Jr. Bruins (USPHL) 175 Canton, Mass./Walpole (EHL) 180 Dayton, Ohio/Springfield (USPHL) 190 Cromwell, Conn./Hartford Wolfpack (EHL) 185 Medford, N.J./Rochester (USPHL) 190 Hyannis, Mass./Northern Cyclones (EHL)/Utica 175 Danville, N.H./Valley (EHL) 175 Trumbull, Conn./Boston Jr. Bruins (USPHL) 175 Trumbull, Conn./Boston Jr. Bruins (USPHL) 185 Billerica, Mass./Northern Cyclones (EHL) 185 Arlington, Mass./South Shore Kings (USPHL) 180 East Sandwich, Mass./New England (EHL) 170 Chicago, Ill./Connecticut (USPHL) 165 Clarendon Hill, Ill./Syracuse (USPHL) 210 North Branford, Conn./Connecticut Oilers (EHL) 180 Bulford, Ga./Northern Cyclones (EHL) 180 Tampa, Fla./Islanders Hockey Club (USPHL) 180 Cumming, Ga./Springfield (USPHL) 185 Womelsdorf, Pa./Connecticut Nighthawks (EHL) 182 Stockholm, Sweden/Okanagan Eagles (USPHL)/Salem St. 190 Danvers, Mass./P.A.L. Islanders (USPHL) 180 Fair Haven, N.J./Portland (USPHL) 185 Palmer, Mass./Springfield (USPHL) 170 Westwood, Mass./East Coast Wizards (EHL) 210 Long Grove, Ill./South Shore Kings (USPHL) 210 Revere, Mass./St. John’s Prep (MIAA)/Westfield 200 Windham, N.H./New Hampshire Monarchs (EHL) 195 Bridgewater, Mass./South Shore (USPHL) 185 Johnston, R.I./Northeast Generals (NAHL)

POSITION YEAR Head Coach 14th Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

NO. NAME 1 Michael Levine 2 Joe Vingi 3 JB Sweeney 4 Sean Henry 6 Bryan Etter 7 Connor Parent 8 Jack Jenkins 9 Jack Kelly 10 Connor Henry 11 Miller Rubin 12 Matt Bucher 13 Joseph Mortillaro 14 Tyler Scearbo 15 Brendan Heinze 16 Bryce Pertiz 18 Tommy Bishop 19 David Lappin 20 Gavin O’Neill 21 LJ Fellows 22 Brian Brooks 23 Nick Abbene 24 Mark Barton 25 Shayne Bailey 26 Brian Patterson 27 Nick Mosher 28 Sam Kent 30 Chris Olsson 31 Will Ribas 33 Kade McCartin 37 Joe Admirand 44 Mikhail Bryan 49 David Selden 87 Jared McCracken

6 bryan ETTER ET–TER 14 tyler SCEARBO SCEAR–BO 19 david LAPPIN LAP–IN 31 will RIBAS RE-BAS 37 joe ADMIRAND ADD–MY–RAND 44 MIKHAIL bryan MI–HAIL

|ILLINOIS| |PENNSYLVANIA| david LAPPIN gavin O’NEILL |NEW YORK| michael LEVINE nick ABBENE miller RUBIN |OHIO| mikhail BRYAN

|NEW HAMPSHIRE| brendan HEINZE joe SELDEN

|RHODE ISLAND| joe VINGI |NEW JERSEY| |CONNECTICUT| bryan ETTER matt BUCHER brian PATTERSON connor HENRY sean HENRY kade McCARTIN |GEORGIA| jared McCRACKEN nick MOSHER

* CHRIS OLSSON IS THE LONE RAM WHO HAILS FROM OVER SEAS, CALLING SWEDEN HOME.

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POS. G D F D D F F F F F F F F F D F F F D F D F D F F D G G D F D D F

| HOW TO SAY IT |

ALMA MATER Suffolk ’95 Norwich Suffolk

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CL. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. So. So. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. So. So. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr.

|FLORIDA| joseph MORTILLARO

|MASSACHUSETTS| joe ADMIRAND shayne BAILEY mark BARTON tommy BISHOP brian BROOKS lj FELLOWS jack JENKINS jack KELLY sam KENT connor PARENT bryce PERTIZ will RIBAS tyler SCEARBO jb SWEENEY


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MICHAEL LEVINE JR. · G · 5–11 · 165 CLARENDON HILL, ILL. SYRACUSE (USPHL)

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JOE VINGI FR. · D · 5–9 · 185 JOHNSTON, R.I. NORTHEAST GENERALS (NAHL)

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J.B. SWEENEY SR. · F · 6–2 · 205 BRIDGEWATER, MASS. SOUTH SHORE (USPHL)

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JACK KELLY FR. · F · 5–11 · 185 ARLINGTON, MASS. SOUTH SHORE KINGS (USPHL)

CONNOR HENRY JR. · F · 5–11 · 175 TRUMBULL, CONN. BOSTON JR. BRUINS (USPHL)

MILLER RUBIN FR. · F · 6–1 · 210 LONG GROVE, ILL. SOUTH SHORE KINGS (USPHL)

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BRYCE PERTIZ SO. · D · 6–1 · 185 PALMER, MASS. SPRINGFIELD (USPHL)

TOMMY BISHOP JR. · F · 5–10 · 165 CHELMSFORD, MASS. BOSTON JR. BRUINS (USPHL)

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MARK BARTON FR. · F · 5–8 · 175 CHARLTON, MASS. JUNIOR BRUINS (USPHL)

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KADE MCCARTIN FR. · D · 5–11 · 210 NORTH BRANFORD, CONN. CONNECTICUT OILERS (EHL)

SHAYNE BAILEY SR. · D · 6–2 · 185 QUINCY, MASS. BOSTON (EHL)

DAVID LAPPIN SO. · F · 5–10 · 170 CHICAGO, ILL. CONNECTICUT (USPHL)

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BRIAN PATTERSON SO. · F · 5–10 · 180 FAIR HAVEN, N.J. PORTLAND (USPHL)

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JOE ADMIRAND SO. · F · 5–10 · 175 MARSHFIELD, MASS. NEW HAMPSHIRE MONARCHS (EHL)

MIKHAIL BRYAN JR. · D · 5–11 · 180 DAYTON, OHIO SPRINGFIELD (USPHL)

4

SEAN HENRY (C) JR. · D · 5–11 · 175 TRUMBULL, CONN. BOSTON JR. BRUINS (USPHL)

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MATT BUCHER FR. · F · 6–0 · 190 CROMWELL, CONN. HARTFORD WOLPACK (EHL)

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GAVIN O’NEILL FR. · F · 6–1 · 185 WOMELSDORF, PA. CONNECTICUT NIGHTHAWKS (EHL)

27

NICK MOSHER JR. · F · 5–10 · 180 CUMMING, GA. SPRINGFIELD (USPHL)

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DAVID SELDEN FR. · D · 5–11 · 200 WINDHAM, N.H. NEW HAMPSHIRE MONARCHS (EHL)

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BRYAN ETTER SO. · D · 6–1 · 185 MEDFORD, N.J. ROCHESTER (USPHL)

13

JOSEPH MORTILLARO FR. · F · 5–11 · 180 TAMPA, FLA. ISLANDERS HOCKEY CLUB (USPHL)

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LJ FELLOWS JR. · D · 6–3 · 190 HYANNIS, MASS. NORTHERN CYCLONES (EHL)

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SAM KENT SR. · D · 5–10 · 180 EAST SANDWICH, MASS. NEW ENGLAND (EHL)

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CONNOR PARENT JR. · F · 6–0 · 190 DANVERS, MASS. P.A.L. ISLANDERS

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TYLER SCEARBO JR. · F · 5–9 · 210 REVERE, MASS. ST. JOHN’S PREP (MIAA)

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BRIAN BROOKS SO. · F · 5–9 · 175 CANTON, MASS. WALPOLE (EHL)

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CHRIS OLSSON SO. · G · 6–1 · 182 STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN OKANAGAN EAGLES (USPHL)

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JACK JENKINS (C) SR. · F · 5–11 · 185 BILLERICA, MASS. NORTH CYCLONES (EHL)

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BRENDAN HEINZE JR. · F · 6–0 · 175 DANVILLE, N.H. VALLEY (EHL)

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NICK ABBENE SO. · D · 5–11 · 170 MERRICK, N.Y. CONNECTICUT RANGERS (USPHL)

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WILL RIBAS SO. · G · 5–10 · 170 WESTWOOD, MASS. EAST COAST WIZARDS (EHL)

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JARED MCCRACKEN FR. · F · 6–1 · 180 BULFORD, GA. NORTHERN CYCLONES (EHL)

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SCHEDULE & QUICK FACTS | 2017–18 SCHEDULE |

* — CCC GAME # — EXHIBTION GAME 1 — MANCHESTER PAL/STOVEPIPE TOURNAMENT, ICE DEN, HOOKSETT, N.H. ALL TIMES LISTED EASTERN STANDARD & SUBJECT TO CHANGE

| QUICK FACTS | | THE BASICS | Location: Boston, Mass. Founded: 1906 Enrollment: 8,046 Colors: Navy, Gold & White Nickname: Rams Mascot: Hiram Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: CCC Arena: Emmons Horrigan O’Neil Rink University President: Marisa Kelly Faculty Representative: Gary Fireman Director of Athletics: Cary McConnell Athletic Department: 617.573.8379 | 14 |

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| HEAD COACH |

| MEDIA RELATIONS |

Chris Glionna (Suffolk, 1995)

SID: Amy Barry

Record at Suffolk: 107–185–30

Office: 617.305.1756

Career Record: Same

Email: abarry7@suffolk.edu

Men’s Hockey Office: 617.994.6870

Twitter: @Amy_BarryTen Mailing Address:

| 2016–17 RECAP |

Suffolk University Ridgeway Building

2016–17 Overall Record: 7–13–5

148 Cambridge Street

Home/Away/Neutral: 2–6–3/5–6–2/0–1–0

Second Floor

CCC Record: 4–11–3

Boston, MA 02148

Home/Away/Neutral: 2–5–2/2–6–0/0–0–0 CCC Finish: Ninth

| SOCIALIZE | Suffolk Twitter: @gosuffolkrams

| 2017–18 ROSTER DATA |

Suffolk Instagram: @gosuffolkrams

Starters Returning/Lost: 3/3

Official Hashtag: #RamNation

Other Players Returning/Lost: 13/8

Team Twitter: @suffolkuhockey

Newcomers: 13

Team Instagram: @suffolkuhockey


2017–18 PREVIEW | GUESS WHO’S BACK |

| PRESEASON PREPARATIONS |

Chris Glionna returns to the bench for his 14th season as

To get ready for regular season action, Suffolk hosted a pair

head coach and looks to guide Suffolk back to success after a

of exhibition games. The Rams took down Framingham State,

down year (7-13-5, 4-11-3 (CCC). To aid the winningest coach

5-2, Oct. 21 and defeated Post 5–1 Oct. 27 to tune–up for the

in Suffolk men’s hockey history is veteran coaching staff,

regular season opener.

John Burgess and Greg Fowke. On the ice, Suffolk welcomes back eight of its top 10 leading scorers from a year ago. Tommy Bishop headlines the Rams returners with the junior coming off a 17 point season with five markers and 12 assists. Bishop’s classmate Connor Parent is back in blue-and-gold after a 10-point outing last season with six scores and four assists. Fellow junior Connor Henry along with senior Jack Jenkins will also look to add a spark to Suffolk’s attack. Suffolk will call upon the experienced netminder junior Michael Levine to be the back bone of the defensive unit. A year ago, Levine defended the between the pipes for the Rams in 16 games, starting 13, for a 3.79 goals against average and save percentage of .894. Anchoring the blue line for the blue-and-gold are senior Shayne Bailey and juniors Mikhail Bryan, Sean Henry, and LJ Fellows. | NEW FACES IN NEW PLACES | There will be 13 new skaters donning blue-and-gold this season; 10 true freshman and a trio of sophomore transfers: Nick Abbene (Tufts), Joe Admirand (UNE) and Chris Olsson (Salem State). The newcomers are comprised of eight forwards, four defensemen and one goalie. | WEARING THE C | Jack Jenkins and Sean Henry will rep the “C” on their jersey this season as the senior and junior are set to lead the Rams as co–captains. The two skaters continue a long tradition of Suffolk Hockey captains dating back to the program’s first season of play in 1980–81 when James Tropsa led the blue–and–gold. Counting the new additions, over 60 Rams have worn a letter at Suffolk University in the program’s 38–year history. U N I V E R S I T Y


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FENWAY | MEN’S HOCKEY HOLDS INTRASQUAD SCRIMMAGE AT FROZEN FENWAY | Thursday, Jan. 5, 2017 will go inside Suffolk men’s hockey’s record books as the Rams took the ice at legendary Fenway Park apart of the Capital One Frozen Fenway 2017. The Rams’ one-hour skate at the home of the Boston Red Sox featured an intersquad White vs. Blue scrimmage. Under the shade of the Green Monster on a 30–degree, Sunny Day in Boston, the White Squad took down the Blue, 8–6. For his effort in net for the White Team, senior netminder Kevin Venturoso was named Player of the Game.

“Today was a great day to be a Ram,” said head coach Chris Glionna. “It was amazing to play at such a historic venue. Both teams competed very hard.” Capital One Frozen Fenway 2017 is a two–week series of hockey and ice skating events from January 3-16, 2017, that showcase Fenway Sports Group’s commitment to bringing unique, world class events to historic Fenway Park and the residents of Boston. The 14-day stretch at Fenway Park will feature a pair of Hockey East doubleheaders, men’s and women’s Division III matchups and seven high school games.

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| 2016–17 · JUNIOR | Saw action in 21 games acquiring two points off two assists and sustained a +1 … Played in the 5–4 season opening win at Assumption (Oct. 29) … Competed in the home opener versus Becker (Nov. 3) … Skated at Salve Regina (Nov. 5) … Saw action at Western New England (Nov. 10) … Recorded a +1 versus Wentworth (Nov. 12) … Competed at Curry (Nov. 17) … Saw time versus Endicott (Nov. 19) … Participated versus Stonehill (Nov. 22) … Played versus UMass Dartmouth (Nov. 26) … Tallied a +1 in a 5–1 win at Southern New Hampshire in the Manchester PAL Cup Tournament (Nov. 27) … Handed off the game–tying assist at Salem State (Dec. 8) … Assisted once at Johnson & Wales (Jan. 19) … Skated in a 3–0 win at Becker (Jan. 21) … Made an appearance in a 1–0 shutout win at Wentworth (Feb. 2) … Skated at Nichols (Feb. 15) … Played in a 3–3 tie versus Johnson & Wales (Feb. 18) … Competed at Endicott (Feb. 20). | 2015–16 · SOPHOMORE | Played in 24 games getting the starting nod for one contest … Amassed three goals and six assists, tallying nine points … Recorded a +5 on the season … Handed out an assist in his debut and a +1, pushing the Rams to a 4–3 win versus Assumption in the home opener (Oct. 31) … Scored his first career goal and recorded a +1 versus Salve in a 3–3 tie (Nov. 4) … Skated in a 1–1 tie versus Endicott (Nov. 7) … Saw action in a 4–3 win at Western New England (Nov. 12) … Played in a 3–2 win versus Curry (Nov. 14) … Made an appearance in a 2–1 win at Wentworth (Nov. 17) … Competed versus Johnson and Wales (Nov. 21) … Recorded one assist and a +1 versus Salem State (Nov. 29) … Saw action in a 5–2 win versus Southern New Hampshire (Dec. 2) … Handed out one assist and tallied a +1 in a 4–3 win versus Becker (Dec. 4) … Played versus Franklin Pierce (Dec. 12) … Skated in a 5–3 win at Franklin Pierce (Jan. 9) … Made an appearance at Tufts (Jan. 12) … Scored one goal and recorded a +3 in a 5–2 win at Nichols (Jan. 16) … Recorded one assist and a +1 in a 9–5 win at UMass Dartmouth (Jan. 21) … Skated in a 3–2 win at Salve Regina (Jan. 23) … Scored one goal versus Endicott (Jan. 27) … Saw action in a 4–2 win versus Western New England (Jan. 30) … Competed at Curry (Feb. 4) … Played versus Wentworth (Feb. 6) … Made an appearance at Johnson & Wales (Feb. 11). | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | ACHA All–America Scholar (2016–17) ... CCC Spring All–Academic Team (2016–17) ... Two–Time Dean’s List Student (2016 Fall, 2017 Spring) ... Four–Time Suffolk AD Honor Roll Selection (2015 Fall, 2016 Spring, 2016 Fall, 2017 Spring).

CAREER STATS year

gp

g

a

2016–17

21

0

2

pts pim

+/-

2 20 -12

ppg shg eng gwg gtg

0

0

0

0

0

hat

0

s

17

2015–16

24 3

6

9

4

+5

1

0

0

0

0

0

12

TOTAL

45 3

8

11 24

-7

1

0

0

0

0

0

30

CAREER HIGHS POINTS....................................................................................................................1 ....................11 TIMES, MOST RECENT AT JOHNSON & WALES, JAN. 19, 2017 GOALS.....................................................................................................................1 ............................THREE TIMES, MOST RECENT AT ENDICOTT, JAN. 27, 2016 ASSISTS...................................................................................................................1 ............EIGHT TIMES, MOST RECENT AT JOHNSON & WALES, JAN. 19, 2017 SHOTS............................................................................................................4 .....................................................................AT ASSUMPTION, OCT. 29, 2016 PLUS/MINUS................................................................................................ +3 .............................................................................AT NICHOLS, JAN. 16, 2016

| 18 |

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| BEFORE SUFFOLK · BOSTON (EHL) · BC HIGH | Played junior hockey for Boston.

lastSEASON

BAILEY PLAYED ALL, BUT ONE GAME AT DEFENSE AS A JUNIOR HAVING A CAREER–YEAR WITH NINE POINTS ON A TRIO OF GOALS AND SIX HANDOUTS, WHICH LANDED TIED FOR FOURTH-BEST ON THE SQUAD.

U N I V E R S I T Y


| 2016–17 · JUNIOR | Captain ... Saw action in all 25 games … Tallied eight points on three goals and five assists … Recorded a 4–for–6 effort in the faceoff circle in the season opening win at Assumption (Oct. 29) … Went 2–for–2 in the faceoff circle in the home opener versus Becker (Nov. 3) … Played at Salve Regina (Nov. 5) … Logged an 8–for–11 performance in the faceoff circle at Western New England (Nov. 10) … Tallied a +1 versus Wentworth (Nov. 12) … Handed out one assist and recorded a +2 at Curry (Nov. 17) … Saw action versus Endicott (Nov. 19) … Skated versus Stonehill (Nov. 22) … Played versus UMass. Dartmouth (Nov. 26) … Scored his first goal of the season and recorded a +1 in a 5–1 win at Southern New Hampshire in the Manchester PAL Cup Tournament (Nov. 27) … Competed at the University of New England (Dec. 1) … Made an appearance in a 2–2 tie versus Nichols (Dec. 3) … Played versus Southern New Hampshire (Dec. 6) … Scored one goal at Salem State to trim the 4–2 lead down to one, in a game that ended in a 4–4 stalemate (Dec. 8) … Assisted once at Johnson & Wales (Jan. 19) … Skated in a 3–0 win at Becker (Jan. 21) … Dished out one assist and recorded a +1 at Wentworth in a 1–0 shutout (Feb. 2) … Netted his second goal of the season versus Curry (Feb. 4) … Had one assist and a +1 versus the University of New England in a 4–3 win (Feb. 11) … Won seven faceoffs in a 1–0 win at Franklin Pierce (Feb. 14) … Played at Nichols (Feb. 15) …Skated in a 3–3 tie versus Johnson & Wales (Feb. 18) … Dished out his 14th career assist at Endicott to wrap up his junior campaign (Feb. 20). | 2015–16 · SOPHOMORE | Played in 22 games, starting in one … Tallied six points on three goals and three assists ... Finished with a +4 rating … Skated in the 4–3 season opener at home versus Assumption (Oct. 31) … Saw action in a 3–3 tie versus Salve Regina (Nov. 4) … Handed out the only assist of the game for the Rams, recording a +1 in a 1–1 tie at Endicott (Nov. 7) … Skated in a 4–3 win at Western New England (Nov. 12) … Saw action in a 3–2 win versus Curry (Nov. 14) … Recorded one assist and a +1 in a 2–1 win at Wentworth (Nov. 17) … Competed in a 6–3 win versus Stonehill (Nov. 19) … Played versus Johnson & Wales (Nov. 21) … Contributed versus Salem State (Nov. 29) … Skated in a 4–3 win versus Becker (Dec. 4) … Scored two goals for a +2 versus Franklin Pierce (Dec. 12) … Played in a 5–3 win at Franklin Pierce (Jan. 9) … Saw action versus Tufts (Jan. 12) … Competed at Nichols in a 5–2 win (Jan. 16) … Dished out the game winning assist in a 3–2 win at Salve Regina (Jan. 23) … Skated versus Endicott (Jan. 27) … Broke a 1–1 tie with a goal versus Western New England and recorded a +1 in a 4–2 win (Jan. 30) … Played at Curry (Feb. 4) … Saw action at Johnson & Wales (Feb. 11) … Competed in a 1–0 win versus Becker (Feb. 13) … Played versus Nichols (Feb. 17) … Played in the ECAC Northeast Tournament | 20 |

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captain CAREER STATS year

gp

a

pts pim

+/-

2016–17

25 3 5

g

8 24

-1

ppg shg eng gwg gtg

0

0

0

0

0

hat

0

2015–16

22 3

3

6 37

+4

0

0

0

0

0

0

14

2014–15

26 3

6

9 40 +4

3

0

0

0

0

0

25

TOTAL

71

9 14 23 101 +7

3

0

0

0

0

0

61

s

22

CAREER HIGHS POINTS...................................................................................................................2 ........................ TWICE, MOST RECENT VS. FRANKLIN PIERCE, DEC. 12, 2015 GOALS....................................................................................................................2 ........................ TWICE, MOST RECENT VS. FRANKLIN PIERCE, DEC. 12, 2015 ASSISTS...................................................................................................................1 ....................................14 TIMES, MOST RECENT AT ENDICOTT, FEB. 20, 2017 SHOTS............................................................................................................4 ..............THREE TIMES, MOST RECENT AT FRANKLIN PIERCE, JAN. 9, 2016 PLUS/MINUS................................................................................................ +3 ..........................................AT SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE, NOV. 25, 2014


first round game versus Wentworth (Feb. 28). | 2014–15 · FRESHMAN | Saw action in all 26 games in his rookie campaign, getting the starting nod three times … Recorded nine points off three goals and six assists and a +4 … Scored all three of his goals off power plays … Dished out one assist, recorded a +1 and won one faceoff in a 3–2 win at Assumption in the season opener (Nov. 1) … Skated in a 3–2 win versus Salve Regina (Nov. 8) … Played in a 2–1 win at Johnson & Wales (Nov. 13) … Competed in a 3–1 win at Western New England (Nov. 15) … Saw action in a 1–1 tie at Nichols (Nov. 19) … Dished out one assist in a 7–2 win versus Becker (Nov. 22) … Had one assist and recorded a +3 in a 5–4 overtime win at Southern New Hampshire (Nov. 25) … Contributed in a 4-–win at Franklin Pierce (Dec. 6) … Skated at Wentworth (Dec. 7) … Played versus Salem State (Jan. 2) … Saw time in a 5–2 win versus Wesleyan (Jan. 3) … Competed at Stonehill (Jan. 8) … Skated versus Tufts (Jan. 10) … Won a faceoff at New England College (Jan. 13) … Scored two goals in a 4–1 win versus Franklin Pierce (Jan. 17) … Played in a 6–5 win versus Assumption (Jan. 22) … Saw his first career college start versus Johnson & Wales and tallied one assist (Jan. 31) … Recorded a +1 and handed out one assist at Salve Regina (Feb. 5) … Started versus Nichols (Feb. 7) … Skated at Curry (Feb. 14) … Played versus Curry (Feb. 16) … Competed at Becker (Feb. 19) … Saw action in a 5–5 tie versus Wentworth (Feb. 21) … Contributed at Wentworth (Feb. 22) … Dished out his sixth assist of the season in a 5–4 win versus Western New England (Feb. 24) … Saw time in the ECAC Northeast Playoffs first round at Johnson & Wales (Feb. 28). | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | ACHA All–America Scholar (2016–17) ... CCC Spring All–Academic Team (2016–17) ... ECAC Northeast All–Academic Selection (2015–16) ... Two–Time Dean’s List Student (2016 Fall, 2017 Spring) ... Five–Time Suffolk AD Honor Roll Selection (2014 Fall, 2015 Spring, 2015 Fall, 2016 Spring, 2017 Spring). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · NORTH CYCLONES (EHL) · BILLERICA MEMORIAL | Played junior hockey for the North Cyclones ... Led North Cyclones to the EHL Championship in 2014 ... Letterwinner and captained the team as a senior at Billerica Memorial in 2012–13 ... Anchored Billerica Memorial to a 2011 MVL Championship ... Named Lowell Sun All–Star in 2012.

lastSEASON

AS A CAPTAIN, JENKINS WAS ONE OF JUST THREE RAMS TO SKATE IN ALL 25 OF SUFFOLK’S GAMES A YEAR AGO. HE PUT TOGETHER CAREER–YEAR WITH NINE POINTS ON A TRIO OF GOALS AND SIX HANDOUTS, WHICH LANDED TIED FOR FOURTH-BEST ON THE SQUAD.

U N I V E R S I T Y


| 2016–17 · JUNIOR | Saw action in 20 games … Recorded a +1 in a 5–4 season opener win at Assumption (Oct. 29) … Skated at Salve Regina (Nov. 5) … Played at Western New England (Nov. 10) … Saw action versus Wentworth (Nov. 12) … Made an appearance at Curry (Nov. 17) … Competed versus Endicott (Nov. 19) … Saw time versus Stonehill (Nov. 22) … Contributed versus UMass Dartmouth (Nov. 26) …Tallied a +1 in a 5–1 win at Southern New Hampshire in the Manchester PAL Cup Tournament (Nov. 27) … Chipped in at the University of New England (Dec. 1) … Made an appearance versus Nichols in a 2–2 tie (Dec. 3) … Skated versus Southern New Hampshire (Dec. 6) … Saw action at Salem State (Dec. 8) … Played at Johnson & Wales (Jan. 19) … Competed at Wentworth in a 1–0 shutout win (Feb. 2) … Competed in a 1–0 win at Franklin Pierce (Feb. 14) … Recorded a +1 at Nichols (Feb. 15) … Saw action at Endicott (Feb. 20). | 2015–16 · SOPHOMORE | Saw the ice twice in his first season at Suffolk … Skated in a 6–3 win versus Stonehill (Nov. 19) …Played in a 9–5 win at UMass Dartmouth (Jan. 21). | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | Three–time Suffolk AD Honor Roll (2015 Fall, 2016 Spring, 2017 Spring).

CAREER STATS

| BEFORE SUFFOLK · NEW ENGLAND (EHL) · SANDWICH | Played junior hockey for New England. year

gp

2016–17

20 0 0

g

a

2015–16

2

TOTAL

22 0 0

0 0

pts pim

+/- -2

ppg shg eng gwg gtg

0

0

0

0

0

hat

0

s

0

12

18

0

0

-2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

12 12

-2

0

0

0

0

0

0

18

CAREER HIGHS POINTS.................................................................................................................. 0 GOALS................................................................................................................... 0 ASSISTS................................................................................................................. 0 SHOTS............................................................................................................ 3 ..........THREE TIMES, MOST RECENT AT JOHNSON & WALES, JAN. 19, 2017 PLUS/MINUS.................................................................................................+1 ....................................... TWICE, MOST RECENT AT NICHOLS, FEB. 18, 2017

| 22 |

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| 2016–17 · JUNIOR | Played in three games … Recorded a 2–for–4 effort in the faceoff circle in the home opener versus Becker (Nov. 3) … Skated versus Endicott (Nov. 19) … Saw action in a 1–0 win at Franklin Pierce (Feb. 14) … Played in a 9–5 win at UMass Dartmouth (Jan. 21). | 2015–16 · SOPHOMORE | Played in five games tallying three assists, while recording a +3 on the season … Scored one goal versus Stonehill in a 6–3 win and recorded a +2 (Nov. 19) … Had one assist and a +1 in a 5–2 win versus Southern New Hampshire (Dec. 2) … Won two faceoffs in a 5–3 win at Franklin Pierce (Jan. 9). | 2014–15 · FRESHMAN | Saw action in two games in his rookie campaign … Debuted in a 6–5 win versus Assumption (Jan. 22) … Skated at Becker (Feb. 19). | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | Two–time Suffolk AD Honor Roll (2014 Fall, 2015 Spring). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · SOUTH SHORE (USPHL) · BRIDGEWATER–RAYNHAM | Played junior hockey for South Shore.

CAREER STATS year

gp

g

2016–17

3

0 0

a

2015–16

5

0

2014–15

2

TOTAL

10 0 0

pts pim

hat

s

+0

0

0

0

0

0

0

3

15

+3

0

0

0

0

0

0

5

17

+0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 34 +3

0

0

0

0

0

0

8

0

2

3

3

0 0

0

+/-

ppg shg eng gwg gtg

CAREER HIGHS POINTS...................................................................................................................2 ............................................................................. VS. STONEHILL, NOV. 19, 2015 GOALS................................................................................................................... 0 ASSISTS..................................................................................................................2 ............................................................................. VS. STONEHILL, NOV. 19, 2015 SHOTS............................................................................................................ 5 ......................................................... AT UMASS DARTMOUTH, JAN. 21, 2016 PLUS/MINUS................................................................................................ +2 ........................................................................VS. STONEHILL, NOV. 19, 2015

U N I V E R S I T Y


| 2016–17 · SOPHOMORE | Team MVP ... Skated in 24 games ... Recorded a team–high 17 points ... Netted five goals and 12 assists ... Averaged two points per game … Recorded four points on two scores and two handouts for a +3 in the season opening win at Assumption (Oct. 29) … Skated in the home opener versus Becker (Nov. 3) … Went 6–for–8 in the face–off circle at Salve Regina (Nov. 5) … Registered one assist at Western New England (Nov. 10) … Handed out one assist and a +1 versus Wentworth (Nov. 12) … Tallied a +1 at Curry (Nov. 17)… Scored his third goal on the season and won six faceoffs versus Endicott (Nov. 19) … Dished out one assist versus Stonehill (Nov. 22) … Found the net twice and won seven faceoffs versus UMass Dartmouth (Nov. 26) … Assisted twice in a 5–1 win at Southern New Hampshire in the Manchester PAL Cup Tournament (Nov. 27) … Won 11 faceoffs at the University of New England (Dec. 1) … Made an appearance versus Nichols in a 2–2 tie (Dec. 3) … Skated versus Southern New Hampshire (Dec. 6)… Acquired his eighth assist of the season at Salem State (Dec. 8) … Won five faceoffs at Johnson & Wales (Jan. 19) … Played in a 3–0 win at Becker (Jan. 21) … Dished out one assist versus Western New England (Jan. 28) … Competed at Wentworth in a 1–0 shutout win (Feb. 2) … Handed out one assist versus Curry (Feb. 4) … Had one assist at Nichols (Feb. 15) … Played in a 3–3 tie versus Johnson & Wales (Feb. 18) … Dished out his 12th assist of the year at Endicott (Feb. 20). | 2015–16 · FRESHMAN | Saw action in 23 games, starting in three … Finished fifth on the team in points off four goals and nine assists … Tallied a team–best +13 on the ice … Debuted his career versus Assumption in a 4–3 win (Oct. 31) … Skated in a 3–3 tie versus Salve (Nov. 4) … Won eight faceoffs in a 1–1 tie versus Endicott (Nov. 7) … Owned seven faceoffs in a 4–3 win at Western New England (Nov. 12) … Saw action in a 3–2 win versus Curry (Nov. 14) … Competed versus Johnson and Wales (Nov. 21) … Made an appearance versus Salem State (Nov. 29) … Scored his first collegiate goal and tallied one assist along with a +2 in a 5–2 win versus Southern New Hampshire (Dec. 2) … Dished out two assists and recorded a +2 in a 4–3 win versus Becker (Dec. 4) … Saw action versus Franklin Pierce (Dec. 12) … Scored one goal and recorded a +2, while winning nine faceoffs in a 5–3 win at Franklin Pierce (Jan. 9) … Won eight faceoffs at Tufts (Jan. 12) … Tallied a +1 in a 5–2 win at Nichols (Jan. 16) … Played in a 3–2 win at Salve Regina (Jan. 23) … Handed out one assist versus Endicott (Jan. 27) … Had two assists and a +2 in a 4–2 win versus Western New England (Jan. 30) … Won five faceoffs at Curry (Feb. 4) … Skated versus Wentworth (Feb. 6) … Made an appearance at Johnson & Wales (Feb. 11) … Played in a 1–0 win versus Becker (Feb. 13) … Started versus Nichols (Feb. 17) … Scored a | 24 |

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CAREER STATS year

gp

a

pts pim

+/-

2016–17

24 5 12

g

17 18

-4

2

2015–16

23 4

13 14 +13

0

0

0

0

0

0

35

TOTAL

47 9 21 30 32 +9

2

0

0

0

0

0

60

9

ppg shg eng gwg gtg

0

0

0

0

hat

s

0

25

CAREER HIGHS POINTS...................................................................................................................4 .......................................................................... AT ASSUMPTION, OCT. 29, 2016 GOALS....................................................................................................................2 .......................................................................... AT ASSUMPTION, OCT. 29, 2016 ASSISTS..................................................................................................................2 ..................... THREE TIMES, MOST RECENT AT ASSUMPTION, OCT. 29, 2016 SHOTS............................................................................................................ 6 ................. TWICE, MOST RECENT VS. UMASS DARTMOUTH, NOV. 26, 2016 PLUS/MINUS................................................................................................ +3 .....................................................................AT ASSUMPTION, OCT. 29, 2016


goal in the First Round of the ECAC Northeast Tournament versus Wentworth (Feb. 28). | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | CCC Spring All–Academic Team (2016–17) ... Dean’s List Student (2017 Spring) ... Four–Time Suffolk AD Honor Roll Selection (2015 Fall, 2016 Spring, 2016 Fall, 2017 Spring). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · BOSTON JR. BRUINS (USPHL) · PHILLIPS ANDOVER ACADEMY · CHELMSFORD | Played junior hockey for the Boston Jr. Bruins ... Letterwinner and two–year captain at Chelmsford ... Two–time Chelmsford MVP ... Three–time Boston Globe All–Scholastic.

lastSEASON

BISHOP LED SUFFOLK’S OFFENSE LAS SEASON WITH 17 POINTS ON FIVE GOALS AND A TEAM–BEST 12 ASSISTS. FOR HIS EFFORTS, HE WAS NAMED THE RAMS’ MOST VALUEABLE PLAYER.

U N I V E R S I T Y


| 2016–17 · SOPHOMORE | Skated in 23 games ... Recorded nine points off two goals and seven assists ... Averaged 2.00 points per game … Recorded two assists in the 5–4 season opening win at Assumption (Oct. 29) … Skated in the home opener versus Becker (Nov. 3) … Saw action at Salve Regina (Nov. 5) … Played at Western New England (Nov. 10) … Tallied a +1 versus Wentworth (Nov. 12) … Competed at Curry (Nov. 17) … Participated versus Stonehill (Nov. 22) …Skated versus UMass Dartmouth (Nov. 26) … Tallied a +2 in a 5–1 win at Southern New Hampshire in the Manchester PAL Cup Tournament (Nov. 27) … Made an appearance at the University of New England (Dec. 1) … Skated versus Nichols in a 2–2 tie (Dec. 3) … Dished out one assist versus Southern New Hampshire (Dec. 6) … Contributed in a 4–4 tie at Salem State (Dec. 8) … Saw time at Johnson & Wales (Jan. 19) … Played in a 3–0 win at Becker (Jan. 21) … Recorded a +1 at Wentworth in a 1–0 shutout win (Feb. 2) … Handed out one assist versus Curry (Feb. 4) … Saw action at Nichols (Feb. 15) … Skated in a 3–3 tie versus Johnson & Wales (Feb. 18) … Wrapped up his sophomore campaign with one assist, his seventh on the season, at Endicott (Feb. 20). | 2015–16 · FRESHMAN | Played in 20 games as a rookie for the Rams, seeing one start in which he notched his first career goal … Totaled five points on the season off one goal and four assists and recorded a +5 … Debuted versus Assumption in a 4–3 win in the home opener (Oct. 31) … Skated in a 3–3 tie versus Salve Regina (Nov. 4) … Played in a 1–1 tie versus Endicott (Nov. 7) … Made an appearance in a 4–3 win at Western New England (Nov. 12) … Saw action in a 3–2 win versus Curry (Nov. 14) … Competed in a 2–1 win at Wentworth (Nov. 17) … Skated versus Johnson and Wales (Nov. 21) … Saw action in a 5–2 win versus Southern New Hampshire (Dec. 2) … Played in a 4–3 win versus Becker (Dec. 4) … Made an appearance versus Franklin Pierce (Dec. 12) … Contributed in a 5–3 win at Franklin Pierce (Jan. 9) … Recorded a +3 in a 5–2 win at Nichols (Jan. 16) … Competed in a 3–2 win at Salve Regina (Jan. 23) … Handed out one assist and recorded a +1 versus Endicott (Jan. 27) … Played in a 4–2 win versus Western New England (Jan. 30) … Scored his first career goal at Curry (Feb. 4) … Skated versus Wentworth (Feb. 6) … Competed at Johnson & Wales (Feb. 11) … Tallied one point off one assist versus Nichols (Feb. 17) … Played in the First Round of the ECAC Northeast Tournament versus Wentworth (Feb. 28).

CAREER STATS year

gp

g

a

pts pim

+/-

2016–17

23 2

7

9 32

-8

2

2015–16

20

4

5 26 +5

0

0

TOTAL

43 3 11

14 58

2

0

1

-3

ppg shg eng gwg gtg

0

0

hat

0

s

0

1

47

0

0

0

0

10

0

0

1

0

57

CAREER HIGHS POINTS...................................................................................................................2 .......................................................................... AT ASSUMPTION, OCT. 29, 2016 GOALS.....................................................................................................................1 ......... THREE TIMES, MOST RECENT, VS. JOHNSON & WALES, FEB. 18, 2017 ASSISTS..................................................................................................................2 .......................................................................... AT ASSUMPTION, OCT. 29, 2016

| ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | ACHA All–America Scholar (2016–17) ... Two–Time Dean’s List Student (2016 Fall, 2017 Spring) ... Four–Time Suffolk AD Honor Roll Selection (2015 Fall, 2016 Spring, | 26 |

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SHOTS............................................................................................................ 8 ............................................ TWICE, MOST RECENT VS. SNHU, DEC. 6, 2016 PLUS/MINUS................................................................................................ +3 .............................................................................AT NICHOLS, JAN. 16, 2016


2016 Fall, 2017 Spring). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · SRPINGFIELD (USPHL) · THE HILL SCHOOL | Played junior hockey for Springfield.

lastSEASON

BRYAN WAS THE TEAM’S LEADING DEFENSE WITH NINE POINTS, GOOD FOR FIFTH OVERALL ON THE SQUAD. HE’S NINE POINTS CAME OFF A PAIR OF MARKERS AND SEVEN HANDOUTS.

U N I V E R S I T Y


| 2016–17 · SOPHOMORE | Saw action in 24 games, netting one goal and dishing out seven assists for eight points … Recorded one assist in his Suffolk debut, the 5–4 season opening win at Assumption (Oct. 29) … Registered one handout in the home opener versus Becker (Nov. 3) … Played at Salve Regina (Nov. 5) … Skated at Western New England (Nov. 10) … Tallied a +1 rating versus Wentworth (Nov. 12)… Dished out two assists at Curry (Nov. 17)… Saw action versus Endicott (Nov. 19)… Handed off one assist versus Stonehill (Nov. 22) … Recorded a +3 versus UMass Dartmouth (Nov. 26) … Notched a +2 in a 5–1 win at Southern New Hampshire in the Manchester PAL Cup Tournament (Nov. 27)… Competed at the University of New England (Dec. 1) … Made an appearance versus Nichols in a 2–2 tie (Dec. 3) … Played versus Southern New Hampshire (Dec. 6) … Played at Salem State (Dec. 8) … Skated at Johnson & Wales (Jan. 19) … Recorded a +1 in a 3–0 win at Becker (Jan. 21) … Had one assist versus Western New England (Jan. 28) … Saw action at Wentworth in a 1–0 shutout win (Feb. 2) … Dished out one assist and recorded a +1 versus the University of New England in a 4–3 win (Feb. 11) … Played at Nichols (Feb. 15) … Scored the game–tying goal in a 3–3 stalemate versus Johnson & Wales (Feb. 18) … Saw action at Endicott (Feb. 20). | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | Two–time Suffolk AD Honor Roll Selection (2016 Fall, 2017 Spring). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · UTICA 2015–16 | Made an appearance in 14 games over the course of the season for the Pioneers ... Finished with a total of four points coming from one goal and three assists ... score one game–winner and blocked a pair of shots. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · NORTH CYCLONES (EHL) · BARNSTABLE| Played junior hockey for North Cyclones ... Led the North Cyclones to EHL Champion status in 2014 ... EHL All–Star selection in 2015 ... Named AJHL All–Star in 2013 ... Lettered and served as captain at Barnstable.

CAREER STATS year

gp

g

a

pts pim

+/-

2016–17

24

1

7

8 26

-1

ppg shg eng gwg gtg

0

0

0

0

1

hat

0

42

TOTAL

24

1

7

8 26

-1

0

0

0

0

1

0

60

s

CAREER HIGHS POINTS...................................................................................................................2 .......................................................................................AT CURRY, NOV. 17, 2016 GOALS.....................................................................................................................1 ...............................................................VS. JOHNSON & WALES, FEB. 18, 2017 ASSISTS..................................................................................................................2 .......................................................................................AT CURRY, NOV. 17, 2016 SHOTS............................................................................................................ 6 ....................................................... VS. UMASS DARTMOUTH, NOV. 26, 2016 PLUS/MINUS................................................................................................ +3 ....................................................... VS. UMASS DARTMOUTH, NOV. 26, 2016

| 28 |

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| 2016–17 · SOPHOMORE | Saw action in 22 games tallying seven points off three goals and four assists, while also maintaining a +1 … Recorded one assist and a +2 in the 5–4 season opening win at Assumption (Oct. 29) … Won eight faceoffs in the home opener versus Becker (Nov. 3) … Started at Salve Regina (Nov. 5) … Skated at Western New England (Nov. 10)… Played versus Wentworth (Nov. 12)… Tallied a +1 at Curry (Nov. 17) … Saw action versus Endicott (Nov. 19) … Notched one assist versus Stonehill in a 3–3 tie (Nov. 22) … Handed out one assist versus UMass Dartmouth (Nov. 26) … Recorded a +2 in a 5–1 win at Southern New Hampshire in the Manchester PAL Cup Tournament (Nov. 27) … Saw time at the University of New England (Dec. 1) … Scored his first goal of the season versus Nichols in a 2–2 tie (Dec. 3) … Made an appearance versus Southern N.H. (Dec. 6) … Skated at Salem State (Dec. 8) … Found the back of the net at Johnson & Wales (Jan. 19) … Recorded a +1 in a 3–0 win at Becker (Jan. 21) … Assisted one goal versus Western New England (Jan. 28) … Played at Wentworth in a 1–0 shutout win and contributed 11 faceoff wins (Feb. 2) … Netted his third goal of the season versus Curry (Feb. 4) … Skated at Nichols (Feb. 15). | 2015–16 · FRESHMAN | Saw the ice in 12 games, scoring three goals including two in one game and tallied two assists for five points … Debuted at Western New England (Nov. 12) …Scored two goals and recorded a +2 in a 6–3 win versus Stonehill (Nov. 19) … Played versus Johnson and Wales (Nov. 21) … Recorded his first career assist versus Salem State and recorded a +1 (Nov. 29) … Scored one goal and tallied a +1 in a 5–2 win versus Southern New Hampshire (Dec. 2) … Saw action versus Franklin Pierce (Dec. 12) … Won four faceoffs at Tufts (Jan. 12) … Recorded a +1 in a 5–2 win at Nichols (Jan. 16) … Had one assist and won 12 faceoffs in a 9–5 win at UMass Dartmouth (Jan. 21) … Skated versus Endicott (Jan. 27) … Played at Curry (Feb. 4) … Saw action in a 1–0 win versus Becker (Feb. 13) … Made an appearance versus Nichols (Feb. 17).

CAREER STATS year

gp

g

a

pts pim

+/-

2016–17

22 3

4

7 28

+1

ppg shg eng gwg gtg

2

0

0

0

1

hat

0

s

43

2015–16

12

3

2

5

12

+0

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

TOTAL

34 6

6

12 40

+1

2

0

0

0

1

0

47

CAREER HIGHS

| ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | ACHA All–America Scholar (2016–17) ... CCC Spring All–Academic Team (2016–17) ... Two–time Dean’s List Student (2016 Fall, 2017 Spring) ... Four–time Suffolk AD Honor Roll Selection (2015 Fall, 2016 Spring, 2016 Fall, 2017 Spring).

POINTS...................................................................................................................2

| BEFORE SUFFOLK · VALLEY (EHL) · TIMBERLANE REGIONAL | Played junior hockey for Valley ... Letterwinner and served as captain as a senior at Timberlane Regional.

SHOTS............................................................................................................ 7

............................................................................. VS. STONEHILL, NOV. 19, 2015 GOALS....................................................................................................................2 ............................................................................. VS. STONEHILL, NOV. 19, 2015 ASSISTS...................................................................................................................1 ... SIX TIMES, MOST RECENT VS. WESTERN NEW ENGLAND, JAN. 28, 2017 ............................................................................. VS. NICHOLS, DEC. 3, 2016 PLUS/MINUS................................................................................................ +2 .................................THREE TIMES, MOST RECENT AT SNHU, NOV. 27, 2016

U N I V E R S I T Y


| 2016–17 · SOPHOMORE | Saw action in 21 games ... Scored four goals and had four assists tallying eight points … Won five face offs in the circle in the season opening win at Assumption (Oct. 29) … Played at Salve Regina (Nov. 5) … Contributed at Western New England (Nov. 10) … Won six faceoffs versus Wentworth (Nov. 12) … Tallied a +1 and won six faceoffs at Curry (Nov. 17) … Earned nine faceoffs versus Endicott (Nov. 19) … Skated versus Stonehill (Nov. 22) … Saw action versus UMASS Dartmouth (Nov. 26) … Competed at the University of New England (Dec. 1) … Had one assist versus Nichols in a 2–2 tie (Dec. 3) … Made an appearance versus Southern New Hampshire (Dec. 6) … Was victor of seven face–offs versus Southern New Hampshire (Dec. 6) … Skated at Salem State (Dec. 8) … Scored his first goal of the season at Johnson & Wales (Jan. 19) … Played in a 3–0 win at Becker (Jan. 21) … Won 11 face–offs at Wentworth in a 1–0 shutout win (Feb. 2) … Dished out one assist versus Curry (Feb. 4) … Recorded three points including a goal and one assist along with a +3 versus University of New England in a 4–3 win (Feb. 11) … Skated at Nichols (Feb. 15) … Made an appearance in a 3–3 tie versus Johnson & Wales (Feb. 18) … Handed out one assist in a 3–3 tie versus Johnson & Wales (Feb. 18). | 2015–16 · FRESHMAN | Competed in 10 games as a rookie, seeing one start … Recorded two points on the season off one goal and one assist ... Tallied a total of +5 rating … Debuted versus Salve Regina (Nov. 4) … Skated in a 6–3 win versus Stonehill (Nov. 19) … Played in a 5–2 win versus Southern New Hampshire (Dec. 2) … Made an appearance at Tufts (Jan. 12) … Recorded a +4 and won two faceoffs in a 9–5 win at UMass Dartmouth (Jan. 21) … Dished out one assist and recorded a +1 versus Wentworth (Feb. 6) … Won 11 faceoffs at Johnson & Wales (Feb. 11) … Saw his first career start versus Becker in a 1–0 win (Feb. 13) … Skated versus Nichols (Feb. 17) … Played in the First Round of the ECAC Northeast Tournament versus Wentworth (Feb. 28). | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | ACHA All–America Scholar (2016–17) ... CCC Spring All–Academic Team (2016–17) ... Two–Time Dean’s List Student (2016 Fall, 2017 Spring) ... Two–time member of Suffolk’s 4.0 Club (2016 Spring, 2017 Spring) ... Four–Time Suffolk AD Honor Roll Selection (2015 Fall, 2016 Spring, 2016 Fall, 2017 Spring). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · BOSTON JR. BRUINS (USPHL) · FAIRFIELD PREP | Played junior hockey for the Boston Jr. Bruins ... Letterwinner and served as captain as a senior at Fairfield Prep ... All–State selection in 2013. | 30 |

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CAREER STATS year

gp

g

2016–17

21

4 4

a

2015–16

10

1

TOTAL

31

5

pts pim

8

2

1

2

0

5

10 2

+/- -1

ppg shg eng gwg gtg

0

1

+5

0

+4

0

0

hat

0

s

0

1

26

0

0

0

0

0

5

1

0

1

0

0

31

CAREER HIGHS POINTS...................................................................................................................3 ............................................................ VS. U. OF NEW ENGLAND, FEB. 11, 2017 GOALS....................................................................................................................2 ............................................................ VS. U. OF NEW ENGLAND, FEB. 11, 2017 ASSISTS...................................................................................................................1 ............FOUR TIMES, MOST RECENT VS. JOHNSON & WALES, FEB. 18, 2017 SHOTS............................................................................................................4 .........................................TWICE, MOST RECENT AT BECKER, JAN. 21, 2017 PLUS/MINUS................................................................................................ +3 ........................................................ VS. U. OF NEW ENGLAND, FEB. 11, 2017


| 2017–18 · JUNIOR | Team Captain. | 2016–17 · SOPHOMORE | Saw action in 20 games averaging 1.00 point per game … Scored three goals and helped his teammates score five times for eight points … Recorded one goal in the 5–4 season opening win at Assumption (Oct. 29) … Skated in the home opener versus Becker (Nov. 3) … Played at Salve Regina (Nov. 5) … Competed in a 2–2 tie versus Western New England (Nov. 10) … Had one assist and recorded a +3 versus UMass Dartmouth (Nov. 26) … Tallied a +1 in a 5–1 win at Southern New Hampshire in the Manchester PAL Cup Tournament (Nov. 27) … Played at the University of New England (Dec. 1) … Scored one goal in a 2–2 tie versus Nichols (Dec. 3) … Found the back of the net once at Salem State (Dec. 8) … Saw action at Johnson & Wales (Jan. 19) … Recorded one assist and a +1 at Wentworth in a 1–0 shutout win (Feb. 2) … Dished out one assist and recorded a +1 versus the University of New England in a 4–3 win (Feb. 11) … Skated at Nichols (Feb. 15) … Saw time at Endicott (Feb. 20). | 2015–16 · FRESHMAN | Played in nine games his rookie season ... Tallied two points both off assists … Recorded a +2 on the year … Debuted in a 6–3 win versus Stonehill (Nov. 19) … Saw action versus Salem State (Nov. 29) … Recorded one assist and a +1 versus Franklin Pierce (Dec. 12) … Skated at Tufts (Jan. 12) … Made an appearance in a 9–5 win at UMass Dartmouth (Jan. 21) … Played versus Endicott (Jan. 27) … Tallied one assist and recorded a +1 in a 4–2 win versus Western New England (Jan. 30) … Won two faceoffs at Curry (Feb. 4) … Played in a 1–0 win versus Becker (Feb. 13). | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | ACHA All–America Scholar (2016–17) ... CCC Spring All–Academic Team (2016–17) ... Two–Time Dean’s List Student (2016 Fall, 2017 Spring) ... Two–time member of Suffolk’s 4.0 Club (2016 Spring, 2017 Spring) ... Four–Time Suffolk AD Honor Roll Selection (2015 Fall, 2016 Spring, 2016 Fall, 2017 Spring). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · BOSTON JR. BRUINS (USPHL) · FAIRFIELD PREP | Played junior hockey for the Boston Jr. Bruins ... Letterwinner and served as captain as a senior at Fairfield Prep ... Two–time CIAC All–League honoree (2011– 12, 2012–13).

captain CAREER STATS year

gp

g

a

2016–17

20 3

5

pts pim

+/-

ppg shg eng gwg gtg

8

10

-4

1

0

0

0

0

hat

0

s

29

2015–16

9

0

2

2

15

+2

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

TOTAL

29 3

7

10 25

-2

1

0

0

0

0

0

31

CAREER HIGHS POINTS...................................................................................................................2 .................................................................................... AT BECKER, JAN. 21, 2017 GOALS.....................................................................................................................1 .......................THREE TIMES, MOST RECENT AT SALEM STATE, DEC. 8, 2016 ASSISTS..................................................................................................................2 .................................................................................... AT BECKER, JAN. 21, 2017 SHOTS............................................................................................................ 5 ................................ TWICE, MOST RECENT AT SALEM STATE, DEC. 8, 2016 PLUS/MINUS................................................................................................ +3 ....................................................... VS. UMASS DARTMOUTH, NOV. 26, 2016

U N I V E R S I T Y


| 4TH ALL–TIME IN GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE — 3.79 | | 6TH ALL–TIME IN SAVE PERCENTAGE — 0.894 | | 2016–17 · SOPHOMORE | Saw action in 16 games, starting in 13 of them … Recorded 398 saves with a save percentage of .894 … Made 37 saves in the 5–4 season opening win at Assumption (Oct. 29) … Turned aside 32 shots in the home opener versus Becker (Nov. 3) … Had 26 saves in a 2–2 tie versus Western New England (Nov. 11) … Acquired 38 saves in a 2–1 win at home versus Wentworth (Nov. 12)… Recorded seven saves at Curry (Nov. 17) … Logged 36 saves versus Endicott (Nov. 19) ... Notched 28 saves in a 3–3 tie versus Stonehill (Nov. 22) … Pushed away 35 shots versus UMass Dartmouth (Nov. 26) … Made 25 saves at the University of New England (Dec. 1)… Turned aside 33 shots versus Nichols in a 2–2 tie (Dec. 3) … Tallied 16 saves versus Southern New Hampshire (Dec. 6)… Recorded 21 saves versus Western New England in a (Jan. 28) … Saved all 10 shots that came his way versus Salve Regina (Jan. 26) … Made 20 saves versus Curry (Feb. 4) … Notched 29 saves in a 4–3 win versus the University of New England (Feb. 11) … Stopped four shots at Nichols (Feb. 15). | 2015–16 · FRESHMAN | Was in net five times as a rookie for 154 minutes, recording two wins including a 1–0 shutout versus Becker ... Accumulated 66 saves only giving up two goals … Debuted in net versus Southern New Hampshire, recording three saves in a 5–2 win (Dec. 2) … Pushed away two shots for two saves at Tufts (Jan. 12) … Received his first career win in a 9-5 win at UMass Dartmouth, recording 18 saves in 36 minutes (Jan. 21) … Made 20 saves in net at Johnson & Wales (Feb. 11) … Got his first career start and turned away all 23 shots he faced in a 1–0 win shutout versus Becker (Feb. 13).

year

gp

gs

min

ga

gaa

sv

sv%

w

l

t

2015–16

5

1

153:39

2

0.78

66

.971

2

0

0 1.000

2016–17

16 13

744:18

47 3.79 398 .894

3

6

3

TOTAL

21 14 897.57

49 3.28 464 .899

5

6

3 .357

| ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | ACHA All–America Scholar (2016–17) ... CCC Spring All–Academic Team (2016–17) ... Four–Time Suffolk AD Honor Roll Selection (2015 Fall, 2016 Spring, 2016 Fall, 2017 Spring).

SAVES.....................................................................................................38, TWICE

CAREER STATS win%

.375

CAREER HIGHS .......................................................... MOST RECENT VS. WENTWORTH, W, 2–1 SHUTOUTS..............................................................................................................1 .................................................VS. BECKER, FEB. 13, 2016, W, 1–0 (23 SAVES)

| BEFORE SUFFOLK · SYRACUSE (USPHL) | Played junior hockey for Syracuse.

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MOST GOALS ALLOWED...........................................................5, THREE TIMES ................................................. MOST RECENT VS. SNHU, DEC. 6, 2015, L, 5–2


| 2016–17 · SOPHOMORE | Played in 16 games, averaging 3.0 points per game ... Gained nine points on six assists and three goals ... Recorded two points, one goal and one assist, and went 2–for–3 in the faceoff circle in the 5–4 season opening win at Assumption (Oct. 29) … Skated in the home opener versus Becker (Nov. 3) …Tallied a +1 versus Wentworth (Nov. 12) … Scored his second goal of the season at Curry (Nov. 17) … Played at the University of New England (Dec. 1) … Assisted once and won four faceoffs versus Nichols in a 2–2 tie (Dec. 3) … Went 4–for–4 on faceoffs versus Southern New Hampshire (Dec. 6) … Competed at Salem State (Dec. 8) … Made an appearance at Johnson & Wales (Jan. 19) … Had all three assists and recorded a +1 in a 3–0 win at Becker (Jan. 21) … Scored his third goal of the season versus Western New England (Jan. 28) … Dished out one assist at Nichols (Feb. 15) … Played in a 3–3 tie versus Johnson & Wales (Feb. 18) … Started versus Wentworth (Feb. 6). | 2015–16 · FRESHMAN | Saw 23 games, getting the start three times … Scored five goals and recorded seven assists for 11 points … Debuted with one assist in a 4–3 win versus Assumption in the home opener (Oct. 31) … Skated in a 3–3 tie versus Salve Regina (Nov. 4) … Played in a 1–1 tie versus Endicott (Nov. 7) … Saw action in a 4–3 win at Western New England (Nov. 12) … Made an appearance in a 3–2 win versus Curry (Nov. 14) … Recorded one assist and a +1 along with two faceoffs in a 2–1 win at Wentworth (Nov. 17) … Scored his first career goal and recorded a +1 in a 6–3 win versus Stonehill (Nov. 19) … Contributed versus Johnson and Wales (Nov. 21) … Skated versus Salem State (Nov. 29) … Scored one goal and tallied a +1 in a 5–2 win versus Southern New Hampshire (Dec. 2) … Netted one goal and recorded a +1 in a 4–3 win versus Becker (Dec. 4) … Played versus Franklin Pierce (Dec. 12) … Recorded a +1 in a 5–3 win at Franklin Pierce (Jan. 9) … Got his first career start and recorded a +2 in a 5–2 win at Nichols (Jan. 16) … Netted one goal and tallied a +1 in a 3–2 win at Salve Regina (Jan. 23) … Skated versus Endicott (Jan. 27) … Tallied three points off one goal and two assists including the go–ahead assist and recorded a +3 in a 4–2 win versus Western New England (Jan. 30) … Started at Curry (Feb. 4) … Played at Johnson & Wales (Feb. 11) … Broke the 0–0 tie with one goal versus Becker in a 1–0 win (Feb. 13) … Started versus Nichols (Feb. 17) … Dished out one assist in the first round of the ECAC Northeast Tournament versus Wentworth (Feb. 28).

CAREER STATS year

gp

g

a

2016–17

16

3

6

pts pim

9 40 +2

+/-

ppg shg eng gwg gtg

3

2015–16

23 5

7

12 22 +11

0

0

0

2

0

0

12

TOTAL

39 8 13 30 62 +13

3

0

0

3

0

0

24

0

0

1

0

hat

0

s

12

CAREER HIGHS POINTS...................................................................................................................3 .................................................................................... AT BECKER, JAN. 21, 2017 GOALS.....................................................................................................................1 ............EIGHT TIMES, MOST RECENT VS. W. NEW ENGLAND, JAN. 28, 2017

| ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | Four–time Suffolk AH Honor Roll Selection (2015 Fall, 2016 Spring, 2016 Fall, 2017 Spring).

ASSISTS..................................................................................................................3

| BEFORE SUFFOLK · SPRINGFIELD (USPHL) | Played junior hockey for Springfield.

PLUS/MINUS................................................................................................ +3

.................................................................................... AT BECKER, JAN. 21, 2017 SHOTS............................................................................................................ 3 .................................. FOUR TIMES MOST RECENT AT CURRY, NOV. 17, 2016 .............................................. VS. WESTERN NEW ENGLAND, JAN. 30, 2016

U N I V E R S I T Y


| 2016–17 · SOPHOMORE | Played in 24 games, averaging 1.0 point her contest … He tallied 10 total points off six goals and four assists … Started in the 5-4 season opening win at Assumption (Oct. 29) … Skated in the home opener versus Becker (Nov. 3) … Played at Salve Regina (Nov. 5) …Competed at Western New England (Nov. 10) … Recorded a +1 in a 2–1 win versus Wentworth (Nov. 12) … Scored his first goal of the season at Curry (Nov. 17) … Saw action versus Endicott (Nov. 19) …Made an appearance versus Stonehill (Nov. 22) … Tallied two assists versus UMass Dartmouth (Nov. 26) … Netted one goal and recorded a +2 in a 5–1 win at Southern New Hampshire in the Manchester PAL Cup Tournament (Nov. 27) … Skated at the University of New England (Dec. 1) … Assisted once versus Nichols in a 2–2 tie (Dec. 3) … Made an appearance versus Southern N.H. (Dec. 6) … Scored his second goal at Salem State (Dec. 8) … Played at Johnson & Wales (Jan. 19) … Contributed in a 3–0 win at Becker (Jan. 21) … Started at Wentworth in a 1–0 shutout win (Feb. 2) … Scored his third goal of the season versus Curry (Feb. 4) … Found the back of the net and recorded a +1 versus the University of New England in a 4–3 win (Feb. 11) … Scored his fifth goal at Nichols (Feb. 15) … Made an appearance in a 3–3 tie versus Johnson & Wales (Feb. 18) … Played at Endicott (Feb. 20). | 2015–16 · FRESHMAN | Saw action in 22 games, starting in three contests his rookie season … Scored six goals and had three assists for nine points … Recorded a +6 on the season … Debuted in a 4–3 win versus Assumption (Oct. 31) … Skated at Endicott in a 1–1 tie (Nov. 7) … Saw action in a 4–3 win at Western New England (Nov. 12) … Competed in a 3–2 win versus Curry (Nov. 14) … Made an appearance in a 2–1 win at Wentworth (Nov. 17) … Scored one goal and recorded a +1 versus Johnson and Wales (Nov. 21) … Recorded two points off one goal and one assist and also had a +2 versus Salem State (Nov. 29) … Started and scored one goal in a 5–2 win versus Southern New Hampshire (Dec. 2) … Played in a 4–3 win versus Becker (Dec. 4) … Netted a goal, dished out one assist and recorded a +2 versus Franklin Pierce (Dec. 12) … Skated in a 5–3 win at Franklin Pierce (Jan. 9) … Saw action at Tufts (Jan. 12) … Won four faceoffs in a 3–2 win at Salve Regina (Jan. 23) … Scored one goal and recorded a +1 versus Endicott (Jan. 27) … Played in a 4–2 win versus Western New England (Jan. 30) …Netted one goal and a +1 at Curry (Feb. 4) … Skated versus Wentworth (Feb. 6) … Made an appearance at Johnson & Wales (Feb. 11) … Started versus Becker in a 1–0 win (Feb. 13) … Skated versus Nichols (Feb. 17) … Dished out one assist in the first round of the ECAC Northeast Tournament versus Wentworth (Feb. 28).

CAREER STATS year

gp

2016–17

24 6 10 10 10

g

a

pts pim

+/- -9

ppg shg eng gwg gtg

1

2015–16

22 6 9

9 32

+6

0

0

1

0

0

0

15

TOTAL

46 12 19 30 62

-3

1

0

1

0

0

0

58

0

0

0

0

hat

0

s

43

CAREER HIGHS POINTS...................................................................................................................2 ...... THREE TIMES, MOST RECENT VS. UMASS DARTMOUTH, NOV. 26, 2016 GOALS.....................................................................................................................1 .......................................12 TIMES, MOST RECENT AT NICHOLS, FEB. 15, 2017 ASSISTS..................................................................................................................2 ........................................................... VS. UMASS DARTMOUTH, NOV. 26, 2016 SHOTS............................................................................................................ 7 ...........................................................................AT ENDICOTT, FEB. 20, 2017 PLUS/MINUS................................................................................................ +2 .................................THREE TIMES, MOST RECENT AT SNHU, NOV. 27, 2016

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| BEFORE SUFFOLK · P.A.L. ISLANDERS · ST. MARY’S OF LYNN | Played junior hockey for the P.A.L. Islanders ... Led St. Mary’s of Lynn to the Super 8 Championships.

lastSEASON

PARENT WAS ONE OF FOUR RAMS TO PRODUCE DOUBLE–DIGIT POINTS A YEAR AGO. THE FORWARD WAS FOURTH ON THE TEAM WITH 10 POINTS OFF A TEAM–HIGH SIX GOALS AND FOUR HELPERS.

U N I V E R S I T Y


| 2016–17 · SOPHOMORE | Played in three games ... Notched a +1 rating ... Saw his first action as a Ram in a 5–1 win at Southern New Hampshire in the Manchester PAL Cup Tournament (Nov. 27) … Recorded a +1 at Wentworth in a 1–0 shutout win (Feb. 2) … Played in a 1–0 win at Franklin Pierce (Feb. 14). | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | Suffolk AD Honor Roll selectin on the Spring of 2017. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · 2015–16 WESTFIELD STATE | Began his collegiate career as a Westfield State Owl in 2015–16 ... Skated in nine games and dished out one assist. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · ST. JOHN’S PREP | Letterwinner and three–year captain at St. John’s Prep ... Led St. John’s Prep to the Mass Super 8 Championship in 2015.

CAREER STATS year

gp

g

hat

s

2016–17

3

0 0

a

pts pim

0

0

+/- +1

ppg shg eng gwg gtg

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

TOTAL

3

0 0

0

0

+1

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

CAREER HIGHS POINTS..................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................. GOALS...................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................. ASSISTS.................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................. SHOTS.............................................................................................................1 ................................ TWICE, MOST RECENT AT WENTWORTH, FEB. 2, 2017 PLUS/MINUS.................................................................................................+1 ...................................................................... AT WENTWORTH, FEB. 2, 2017

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| BEFORE SUFFOLK · 2015–16 TUFTS | Began his collegiate career as a Tufts Jumbo ... Played 21 games as a freshman ... Recorded five points on four goals and one handout ...Garnered a +12 rating. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · CONNETICUT RANGERS (USPHL) · CALHAN | Played junior hockey for the Connecticut Rangers ... Served as captain of the Connecticut Rangers for the 2014–15 season ... Captained the BMCHS Bulldogs in 2012 ... All–Long Island selection in 2012 ... Named Team MVP in 2012.

U N I V E R S I T Y


| BEFORE SUFFOLK · 2015–16 UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND | Began his collegiate career at the University of New England ... Made six appearances for the Nor’Easters ... Had three points on one goal and a pair of assists. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · NEW HAMPSHIRE MONARCHS (USPHL) · MARSHFIELD | Played junior hockey for the New Hampshire Monarchs ... Lettered in hockey, soccer and baseball at Marshfield.

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| 2016–17 · FRESHMAN | Team Co–Rookie of the Year with classmate David Lappin ... Played in 13 games averaging 1.00 point per game … Scored three goals and assisted four times for seven points in his rookie season … Made his collegiate debut at Salve Regina (Nov. 5) … Scored his first career goal at Curry (Nov. 17) … Saw action in a 5–1 win at Southern New Hampshire in the Manchester PAL Cup Tournament (Nov. 27) … Had one assist versus Nichols in a 2–2 tie (Dec. 3) … Handed off one assist versus Southern New Hampshire (Dec. 6) … Played at Salem State (Dec. 8) … Dished out one assist versus Curry (Feb. 4) … Scored one goal and tallied a +1 versus the University of New England in a 4–3 win (Feb. 11) … Recorded a +1 and tallied one assist in a 1–0 win at Franklin Pierce (Feb. 14) … Played at Nichols (Feb. 15) … Skated in a 3–3 tie versus Johnson & Wales (Feb. 18) … Won two faceoffs action at Endicott (Feb. 20). | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | Two–time Suffolk AD Honor Roll selection (2016 Fall, 2017 Spring). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · WALPOLE (EHL) · WINCHEDON PREP | Played junior hockey for Walpole.

CAREER STATS year

gp

g

a

2016–17

13

3

4

pts pim

7

10

+/- -2

ppg shg eng gwg gtg

1

0

0

1

0

hat

0

19

TOTAL

13

3

4

7

10

-2

1

0

0

1

0

0

19

s

CAREER HIGHS POINTS....................................................................................................................1 ..........SEVEN TIMES, MOST RECENT VS. JOHNSON & WALES, FEB. 18, 2017 GOALS.....................................................................................................................1 ..........THREE TIMES, MOST RECENT VS. JOHNSON & WALES, FEB. 18, 2017 ASSISTS...................................................................................................................1 ............... FOUR TIMES, MOST RECENT AT FRANKLIN PIERCE, FEB. 14, 2017 SHOTS............................................................................................................ 5 ................................................... AT WESTERN NEW ENGLAND, NOV. 10, 2016 PLUS/MINUS.................................................................................................+1 .............THREE TIMES, MOST RECENT AT FRANKLIN PIERCE, FEB. 14, 2017

U N I V E R S I T Y


| 2016–17 · FRESHMAN | Saw action in 12 games, tallying two points off two assists … Recorded a +2 in the 5–4 season opening win at Assumption (Oct. 29) … Played at Salve Regina (Nov. 5) … Saw action at Curry (Nov. 17)… Handed out one assist and tallied a +1 versus Endicott (Nov. 19)… Tallied a +1 in a 5–1 win at Southern New Hampshire in the Manchester PAL Cup Tournament (Nov. 27)… Played at the University of New England (Dec. 1)… Made an appearance versus Nichols in a 2–2 tie (Dec. 3)… Handed off the puck once versus Southern New Hampshire (Dec. 6)… Skated in a 3–0 win at Becker (Jan. 21) … Recorded a +1 in a 1–0 win at Franklin Pierce (Feb. 14). | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | Dean’s List Student in the Spring of 2017 ... Two–time Suffolk AD Honor Roll selection (2016 Fall, 2017 Spring). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · ROCHESTER (USPHL) · SHAWNEE | Played junior hockey for Rochester.

CAREER STATS year

gp

g

a

hat

s

2016–17

12

0

2

pts pim

2

4

+/- +1

ppg shg eng gwg gtg

0

0

0

0

0

0

6

TOTAL

12 0

2

2

4

+1

0

0

0

0

0

0

6

CAREER HIGHS POINTS....................................................................................................................1 ................................................TWICE, MOST RECENT VS. SNHU, DEC. 6, 2016 GOALS...................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................. ASSISTS...................................................................................................................1 ................................................TWICE, MOST RECENT VS. SNHU, DEC. 6, 2016 SHOTS.............................................................................................................1 ................................... SIX TIMES, MOST RECENT AT BECKER, JAN. 21, 2017 PLUS/MINUS................................................................................................ +2 .....................................................................AT ASSUMPTION, OCT. 29, 2016

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| 2016–17 · FRESHMAN | Team Co–Rookie of the Year with classmate Brian Brooks ... Played in 18 games as a rookie, recording nine points off three goals and six assists … Made his collegiate debut with a +1 in the 5–4 season opening win at Assumption (Oct. 29) … Played at Salve Regina (Nov. 5) … Skated at Western New England (Nov. 10)… Saw action versus Wentworth (Nov. 12) … Handed out two assists at Curry (Nov. 17) … Competed versus Endicott (Nov. 19) … Recorded two points including his first career goal along with one assist versus Stonehill (Nov. 22) … Assisted once versus UMass Dartmouth (Nov. 26) … Scored one goal and a +2 in a 5–1 win at Southern New Hampshire in the Manchester PAL Cup Tournament (Nov. 27)… Saw action at the University of New England (Dec. 1) … Made an appearance at Salem State (Dec. 8) … Skated at Johnson & Wales (Jan. 19) … Played in a 3–0 win at Becker (Jan. 21) … Competed at Wentworth in a 1–0 shutout win (Feb. 2) … Scored in the 57th minute leading the Rams to a 1-0 win at Franklin Pierce (Feb. 14) … Dished out two assists including the game–tying pass in a 3–3 stalemate versus Johnson & Wales (Feb. 18) … Played at Endicott (Feb. 20). | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | Two–time Suffolk AD Honor Roll selection (2016 Fall, 2017 Spring). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · CONNECTICUT (USPHL) · ST. CHARLES NORTH | Played junior hockey for Connecticut.

CAREER STATS year

gp

g

a

pts pim

+/-

2016–17

18

3

6

9 35

+2

ppg shg eng gwg gtg

0

0

0

2

0

hat

0

19

TOTAL

18

3

6

9 35

+2

0

0

0

2

0

0

19

s

CAREER HIGHS POINTS...................................................................................................................2 ..........THREE TIMES, MOST RECENT VS. JOHNSON & WALES, FEB. 18, 2017 GOALS.....................................................................................................................1 ..............THREE TIMES, MOST RECENT AT FRANKLIN PIERCE, FEB. 14, 2017 ASSISTS..................................................................................................................2 ......................TWICE, MOST RECENT VS. JOHNSON & WALES, FEB. 18, 2017 SHOTS............................................................................................................4 .................................................................................. AT SNHU, NOV. 27, 2016 PLUS/MINUS................................................................................................ +2 .................................................................................. AT SNHU, NOV. 27, 2016

U N I V E R S I T Y


| BEFORE SUFFOLK · 2016–17 SALEM STATE | Began his collegiate career as a Salem State Vikings ... Played in between the pipes once for the Vikings ... Allowed a pair of goals and turned aside two pucks. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · OKANAGAN EAGLES | Played junior hockey for the Okanagan Eagles.

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| 2016–17 · FRESHMAN | Debuted in varsity action in a 5–1 win at Southern New Hampshire in the Manchester PAL Cup Tournament (Nov. 27) … Played at Salem State (Dec. 8) … Competed in a 3–0 win at Becker (Jan. 21) … Made an appearance in a 1–0 win at Franklin Pierce (Feb. 14) … Skated at Endicott (Feb. 20). | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | Two–time Dean’s List Student (2016 Fall, 2017 Spring) ... Two–time Suffolk AD Honor Roll Selection (2016 Fall, 2017 Spring). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · PORTLAND (USPHL) · RUMSON/FAIR HAVEN REGIONAL | Played junior hockey for Portland ... Letterwinner and served as captain as a senior at Rumson/Fair Haven Regional.

CAREER STATS year

gp

g

hat

s

2016–17

6

0 0

a

pts pim

0

2

+/- -1

ppg shg eng gwg gtg

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

TOTAL

6

0 0

0

2

-1

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

CAREER HIGHS POINTS..................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................. GOALS...................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................. ASSISTS.................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................. SHOTS............................................................................................................ 2 ........................TWICE, MOST RECENT AT FRANKLIN PIERCE, FEB. 14, 2017 PLUS/MINUS..................................................................................................-1 ...........................................................................AT ENDICOTT, FEB. 20, 2017

U N I V E R S I T Y


| 2016–17 · FRESHMAN | Debuted his career versus Southern New Hampshire (Dec. 6) … Skated in a 1–0 win at Franklin Pierce (Feb. 14). | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | Suffolk AD Honor Roll selection in the Fall of 2016. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · SPRINGFIELD (USPHL) · PALMER | Played junior hockey for Springfield.

CAREER STATS year

gp

g

hat

s

2016–17

2

0 0

a

pts pim

0

0

+/- +0

ppg shg eng gwg gtg

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

TOTAL

2

0 0

0

0

+0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

CAREER HIGHS POINTS..................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................. GOALS...................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................. ASSISTS.................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................. SHOTS.............................................................................................................1 ..............................................................AT FRANKLIN PIERCE, FEB. 14, 2017 PLUS/MINUS.................................................................................................... .........................................................................................................................

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| 2016–17 · FRESHMAN | Saw action in six games, starting two … Accumulated 106 saves with a save percentage of .876 and a win percentage of .250 … Recorded 11 saves in his collegiate debut at Salve Regina (Nov. 5) … Made 10 saves at the University of New England (Dec. 1) … Had 16 saves in a 4–4 tie at Salem State (Dec. 8) … Stopped 16 shots at Nichols (Feb. 15) … Nabbed 26 saves in a 3–3 tie versus Johnson & Wales (Feb. 18) … Made 27 saves at Endicott (Feb. 20). | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | Two–time Suffolk AD Honor Roll selection (2016 Fall, 2017 Spring). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · EAST COAST WIZARDS (EHL) · WESTWOOD | Played junior hockey for East Coast Wizards

CAREER STATS year

gp

gs

min

ga

2016–17

2

2

181:33

15

sv%

w

l

t

win%

4.96 106 .876

TOTAL

2

2

181:33

gaa

sv

0

1

1

.250

15 4.96 106 .876 0

1

1 .250

CAREER HIGHS SAVES...................................................................................................................27 ................................................................................ AT ENDICOTT, FEB. 20, 2017 SHUTOUTS............................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................. MOST GOALS ALLOWED.....................................................................................6 ................................................................................ AT ENDICOTT, FEB. 20, 2017

U N I V E R S I T Y


| BEFORE SUFFOLK · JUNIOR BRUINS (USPHL) · SHEPHERD HILL | Played junior hockey for the Junior Bruins.

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| BEFORE SUFFOLK · HARTFORD, WOLFPACK (EHL) · CROMWELL | Played junior hockey for the Hartford Wolfpack.

U N I V E R S I T Y


| BEFORE SUFFOLK · SOUTH SHORE KINGS (USPHL) · WILLSTON NORTHAMPTON SCHOOL | Played junior hockey for the South Shore Kings ... Letterwinner and served as captain at Willston Northampton School in 2015–16 ... Herald All–Scholastic selection in 2013–14.

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| BEFORE SUFFOLK · CONNECTICUT OILERS (EHL) · XAVIER HS | Played junior hockey for the Connecticut Oilers.

U N I V E R S I T Y


| BEFORE SUFFOLK · NORTHERN CYCLONES (EHL) · CRESTWOOD | Played junior hockey for the Northern Cyclones.

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| BEFORE SUFFOLK · ISLANDERS HOCKEY CLUB (USPHL) · SAINT JOSEPH’S | Played junior hockey for the Islanders Hockey Club.

U N I V E R S I T Y


| BEFORE SUFFOLK · CONNETICUT NIGHTHAWKS (EHL) · SHATTUCK ST. MARY’S (MINN.) | Played junior hockey for the Connecticut Nighthawks ... Letterwinner and two–year captain at Shattuck St. Mary’s.

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| BEFORE SUFFOLK · SOUTH SHORE KINGS (USPHL) · INDIDIAN UNIVERSITY (HS) | Played junior hockey for the South Shore Kings.

U N I V E R S I T Y


| BEFORE SUFFOLK · NEW HAMPSHIRE MONARCHS (EHL) · GROTON SCHOOL · CANTERBURY SCHOOL | Played junior hockey for the New Hampshire Monarchs.

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| BEFORE SUFFOLK · NORTHEAST GENERALS (NAHL) · THE WINCHENDON SCHOOL | Played junior hockey for the Northeast Generals ... Letterwinner and two–year captain at The Winchendon School.

U N I V E R S I T Y


brettLAWSON

ramsREFLECTIONS

THE 2017 RAMS REFLECT IS THE SECOND IN A SERIES OF ANNUAL COLLECTIONS. SENIOR CAPTAINS AND REPRESENTATIVES OF SUFFOLK TEAMS WERE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE VIEWPOINTS BASED ON PERSONAL EXPERIENCE FROM BOTH THEIR SENIOR SEASONS AND FULL VARSITY CAREERS AT SUFFOLK. Dear Coaching Staff, Suffolk University and my Team, It was a Saturday morning in the fall of 2014. I just recently arrived on campus after deciding to transfer from my last college where I had played my first year of collegiate hockey. I was walking to the North End fields after receiving an email saying that we had to report there for 11 a.m. Heading there, I was anticipating a workout. I soon found out that a fall Saturday morning playing on the Suffolk Hockey team was where the competitive attitude would begin. It was Ram

accomplishments of my life. I have had the privilege of

football Saturdays. Sandlot style pick–up game of two hand

walking into a locker room every day filled with 30-35 guys

touch football would determine who had the bragging rights

that represent character, commitment to the end goal and

leading into the season. A sense of competition was the

the willingness to do anything to make the guys around them

perfect way to bring a group of hockey guys together as a

better. They have molded me into the person I am today.

team heading into the season. I immediately felt a part of the team and it was that Saturday morning, I knew I had made

Through all the workouts, conditioning, practices, long bus

the right decision to play hockey at Suffolk University.

rides there is nothing I would change. I got to play with my teammates, I consider brothers now, in front of packed

To play college hockey is an accomplishment within itself.

arenas, pro ice centers, Fenway Park and most importantly

Growing up playing AAA, high school and junior hockey you

Emmons Horrigan O’Neil Rink.

have to be one of the better if not the best player on your team to keep moving within the ranks. Picture this now. You

To my senior teammates - Kevin Venturoso, Stanton Turner,

have a group of 20 year olds who have spent their hockey

Connor Lawrence, Simon Leahy, Danyil Medvedev - and to

careers being the best players on their team. Not exactly the

all my teammates past and present, it has been a pleasure

best combination. Coach Glionna has created an atmosphere

playing with all of you. The friendships I have created will be

where every player knows that they play for something

ones I keep for the rest of my life.

bigger now. He emphasized being a good teammate and that when you step out on the ice you are representing yourself,

Just remember where ever life takes you, it’s not what you

your team, your school and your family. Being able to wear

want it’s what you earn.

the Suffolk jersey and play for my team, family, friends, coaches and school has been one of the biggest

A Ram for life, Brett Lawson

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HEAD COACH

chris

GLIONNA

Chris Glionna, the all–time winningest hockey coach in Suffolk University men’s hockey history, enters his 14th season on the Rams’ bench as head coach. He was named the ECAC Northeast Hockey Coach of the Year during the 2009–10 season. That season Suffolk won the CodFIsh Bowl Hockey Tournament hosted by UMass Boston, while also qualifying for the ECAC Northeast Hockey Tournament. A total of 24 players have earned recognition by the ECAC Northeast Hockey League under Glionna’s direction, including Simon Leahy, who was named Rookie of the Year during the 2013–14 season. During the 2009–10 campaign, goalie Jeff Rose was tabbed as the league’s top netminder. A 1995 Suffolk University graduate, he also earned his Law dress at Suffolk University’s Law School in 2001. He is currently an attorney for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In 2009, Glionna was named

RECORD AT SUFFOLK OPPONENTS

W L T

ASSUMPTION 10 6 1 BABSON 0 2 0 BECKER 9 9 2 BOWDOIN 0 3 0 BROCKPORT 1 2 0 CASTLETON STATE 1 0 0 COLBY 0 3 0 CURRY 3 16 2 ENDICOTT 0 3 1 FITCHBURG STATE 2 4 1 FRAMINGHAM STATE 4 3 1 FRANKLIN PIERCE 9 4 2 JOHNSON & WALES 4 18 2 MANHATTANVILLE 0 1 0 NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE 0 1 1 NICHOLS 7 14 4 NORTH COUNTRY CC 1 0 0 PLYMOUTH STATE 3 4 0 POTSDAM 0 1 0 RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE 0 1 0 SALEM STATE 0 2 1 SALVE REGINA 8 10 3 SKIDMORE 1 0 0 SOUTHERN MAINE 1 3 0 SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE 7 9 1 STONEHILL 4 11 1 SUNY CANTON 0 1 0 TUFTS 2 10 0 WENTWORTH 6 16 2 WESLEYAN 2 0 0 WESTERN NEW ENGLAND 14 10 1 WESTFIELD STATE 4 3 2 WORCESTER STATE 4 3 2 UMASS BOSTON 2 4 0 UMASS DARTMOUTH 2 7 0 UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 1 3 0 UTICA 0 1 0

SITUATIONS

W L T

OVERALL

107 185 30

HOME AWAY NEUTRAL

53 80 13 49 84 15 5 21 2

ECAC NORTHEAST (2004–16) 72 107 20 CCC (2016–17) 4 11 3 NON-CONFERENCE 35 78 10 OVERTIME

16 9 30

“Super Lawyers Rising Stars” by Boston Magazine in litigation from a poll of Massachusetts attorneys conducted by their peers and evaluated by a blue ribbon



panel. Only 2.5 percent of the eligible attorneys in Massachusetts are selected. To

ASSISTANT COACH JOHN BURGESS SECOND SEASON, NORWICH

qualify, an attorney must be age 40 or younger, or in practice for 10 years or less. Glionna’s father, Leonard A. Glionna, and brother, Josh Glionna, also graduated from Suffolk University. | 58 |

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COACHING STAFF

ASSISTANT COACH GREG FOWKE SEVENTH SEASON, SUFFOLK ’93


SUPPORT STAFF

Cary McConnell was named Suffolk’s third Director of Athletics in October 2014. McConnell, a former head baseball coach for the Rams, joins Charles Law (1946–

THE McCONNELL FILE

1975) and James E. Nelson (1975–2013) as the only other people to hold the title in the University’s Athletic Department 70–year history.

· Oversees Suffolk’s 19–sport, NCAA Division III Athletic Department, as

McConnell oversees Suffolk’s 19–sport, NCAA Division III Athletic Department,

well as Suffolk University’s Campus

which competes in the highly-competitive Great Northeast Athletic Conference

Recreation, which offers a variety of

(GNAC) and Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC). In addition, McConnell

club sports and intramurals.

oversees Suffolk’s Campus Recreation, which offers a variety of club and intramural sport teams, as well as a wealth of physical education opportunities for the Suffolk

· Appointed the University’s third

student community.

Director of Athletics in the 71–year Athletic Department history.

Prior to his appointment, McConnell served as interim director since Nelson’s retirement in August 2013. During his time under interim status, McConnell

· Previously served as Suffolk’s head

participated in an internal review of the department that result in a number of

baseball coach for 20–seasons,

important recommendations for strengthening the athletics program and he has

amassing 479 victories, four NCAA

initiated the first steps toward achieving these goals.

Tournament Appearances, four GNAC Championships and two ECAC Titles.

Since McConnell took over the reins of the athletic department improvements have already begun. In 2015, the Rams secured home field advantage for its

· Was a baseball student–athlete at

outdoor varsity sports — baseball, men’s and women’s soccer and softball — with

the College of Wooster, where he

a 10–year partnership with East Boston. A year later six new varsity sports were

graduated in 1989.

added to Suffolk’s lineup in men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track and field, women’s golf and women’s ice hockey and state of the art work out facilities in the revamped Varsity Weight Room and the Michael and Larry Smith Fitness Center opened in August 2015. McConnell joined the University in 1996 as Associate Director of Athletics and Head Baseball Coach. Prior to assuming his role at Suffolk, he had been the Head Baseball Coach at the University of Rochester.

U N I V E R S I T Y


SUPPORT STAFF At the helm of the Suffolk program, McConnell won 479

A graduate of the College of Wooster, McConnell was a four-

contests (.635 winning percentage), recording at least

year starter in the infield for the Scots and was selected to

20–wins in a year for 17 consecutive seasons. He has

the All-Decade Team for the North Coast Athletic Conference

guided Suffolk to four NCAA Championship Tournament

(NCAC) for the 80’s. At Wooster, McConnell played in four

appearances, along with four GNAC titles. Under McConnell

straight NCAA Tournaments and one World Series finishing

Suffolk appeared in the GNCA’s Conference Championship

fifth. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science

game for eight consecutive seasons. The five–time GNAC

and earned certification to teach at the Secondary level.

Coach of the Year took the Rams to 10 Eastern College

In addition, he holds a Master’s Degree in Educational

Athletic Conference (ECAC) Tournaments, including crowns

Administration from the University of Rochester.

in 2000 and 2014. McConnell resides in Reading, Massachusetts, along with In 2013, McConnell received the Jack Butterfield Award

his wife Kathy. They have two children, Charlie and Annie.

by the New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association

Charlie is currently in his sophomore season on the diamond

(NEIBA). The award is given to an active New England coach

with the Northeastern Huskies.

who demonstrated integrity and dedication to the game of college baseball. Across 22 seasons as a collegiate head coach McConnell amassed 534 career victories. In May 2013, McConnell was inducted into the Suffolk University Hall of Fame along his 2000 Baseball Team. That team set a school record with 38 wins in a season, while his pitching staff led all NCAA Division III baseball in earned run average (2.69) and strikeouts (401). The Rams made their first NCAA appearance, while winning both the GNAC and ECAC Championships. Suffolk was also inducted into the GNAC’s inaugural Hall of Fame Class in 2010. McConnell is also an enshrined member of the Medina County Hall of Fame (2007) and the Brunswick High School of Hall of Fame (1994) in his native Ohio.

| ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION |

ANTHONY DEL PRETE ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR BASEBALL COACH

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JACKIE DAVIS ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR SR. WOMEN’S ADMIN SOFTBALL COACH

JEFF JURON ASSISTANT DIRECTOR MEN’S BASKETBALL COACH

ED LEYDEN SPECIAL ASST. TO AD WOMEN’S BASKETBALL COACH

AMY BARRY SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR

JEFF STONE ATHLETIC TRAINER

DR. GARY FIREMAN FACULTY ATHLETIC REP

EILEEN CALAMESE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT


2016–17 REVIEW | 2016–17 SUFFOLK MEN’S HOCKEY RESULTS | RECORD: 7–13–5 | CCC: 4–13–5 | DATE

OPPONENT

SCORE

SHOTS

OVERALL

CCC

Oct. 29 at Assumption

W, 5–4

41/42

1–0-0

0–0–0

180

Michael Levine

Nov. 3

Becker *

L, 3–1

17/35

1–1–0

0–1–0

215

Michael Levine

Nov. 5

at Salve Regina *

L, 6–0

32/34

1–2–0

0–2–0

195

Kevin Venturoso

Nov. 10 at Western New England *

T, 2–2 (OT) 39/28

1–2–1

0–2–1

82

Michael Levine

Nov. 12 Wentworth *

W, 2–1

25/39

2–2–1

1–2–1

212

Michael Levine

Nov. 17 at Curry *

L, 7–4

34/42

2–3–1

1–3–1

251

Kevin Venturoso

Nov. 19 Endicott *

L, 3–2

25/39

2–4–1

1–4–1

250

Michael Levine

T, 3–3 (OT) 30/31

2–4–2

1–4–1

160

Michael Levine

Nov. 26 1 — UMass Dartmouth

L, 5–4

44/40

2–5–2

1–4–1

218

Michael Levine

Nov. 27 at SNHU #

W, 5–1

40/39

3–4–2

1–4–1

194

Kevin Venturoso

Dec. 1

at Univ. of New England *

L, 8–0

23/60

3–6–2

1–5–1

386

Michael Levine

Dec. 3

Nichols *

T, 4–4 (OT) 41/32

3–6–3

1–5–2

200

Michael Levine

Dec. 6

SNHU

L, 5–2

45/32

3–7–3

1–5–2

150

Michael Levine

Dec. 8

at Salem State

T, 4–4 (OT) 37/39

3–7–5

1–5–2

806

Kevin Venturoso

Jan. 19

at Johnson & Wales *

L, 4–2

33/41

3-8-4

1–6–2

2165

Kevin Venturoso

Jan. 21

at Becker *

W, 3–0

41/28

4–8–4

2–6–2

117

Kevin Venturoso

Jan. 26 Salve Regina *

L, 5–0

18/37

4–9–4

2–7–2

250

Kevin Venturoso

Jan. 28 Western New England *

L, 4–2

35/40

4–10–4

2–8–2

100

Michael Levine

Feb. 2

at Wentworth *

W, 1–0

31/23

5–10–4

3–8–2

132

Kevin Venturoso

Feb. 4

Curry *

L, 6–3

24/33

5–11–4

3–9–2

150

Kevin Venturoso

Feb. 11

Univ. of New England *

W, 4–3

29/33

6–11–4

4–9–2

200

Michael Levine

Feb. 14 at Franklin Pierce

W, 1–0

22/23

7–11–4

4–9–2

118

Kevin Venturoso

Feb. 15

L, 9–2

26/32

7–12–4

4–10–2

213

Michael Levine

Feb. 18 Johnson & Wales *

T, 3-3 (OT)

27/32

7–12–5

4–10–3

200

Will Ribas

Feb. 20 at #7 Endicott *

L, 6–2

34/52

7–13–5

4–11–3

217

Will Ribas

Nov. 22 Stonehill #

at Nichols *

* — CCC GAME ATTENDANCE TOTAL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL

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ATT.

GOALIE OF RECORD

| # — MANCHESTER PAL CUP | 1 — AT ICE DEN, HOOKSETT, N.H.

DATES TOTAL AVG. 25 7352 294 11 2077 189 13 5057 389 1 218 218

TEAM RECORD W–L–T OVERALL 7–13–5 CCC 4–11–3 HOME 2–6–3 AWAY 5–6–2 NEUTRAL 0–1–0 OVERTIME 0–0–5


2016–17 REVIEW | 2016–17 COMBINED TEAM STATISTICS | DATE OPPONENT G A 10.29 at Assumption W 5–4 180 11.03 Becker * L 1–3 215 11.05 at Salve Regina * L 0–6 195 11.10 at Western New England * Tot 2–2 83 11.12 Wentworth * W 2–1 212 11.17 at Curry * L 4–7 251 11.19 Endicott * L 2–3 250 11.22 Stonehill Tot 3–3 150 11.26 UMass Dartmouth # L 4–5 218 11.27 at SNHU # W 5–1 194 12.01 at Univ. of New England * L 0–8 386 12.03 Nichols * Tot 4–4 200 12.06 SNHU L 4–10 150 12.08 at Salem State Tot 4–4 150 01.19 at Johnson & Wales * L 2–4 2165 01.21 at Becker W 3–0 117 01.26 Salve Regina * L 0–5 250 01.28 Western New England * L 2–4 100 02.02 at Wentworth * W 1–0 132 02.04 Curry L 3–6 150 02.11 Univ. of New England * W 4–3 200 02.14 at Franklin PIerce W 1–0 118 02.15 at Nichols L 2–9 213 02.18 Johnson & Wales Tot 3–3 200 02.20 at #7 Endicott * L 2–6 217 TEAM STATISTICS SU OPP SHOT STATISTICS Goals–Shot Attempts 58–632 94–690 Shot % .092 .136 Goals/Game 2.3 3.8 Shots/Game 25.3 27.6 POWER PLAYS Goals–Power Plays 16–107 23–136 Conversion % 1.50 .191 Shot Attempts 120 127 SHORT–HANDED Goals–Shot Attempts 2–23 3–27 Shot % .087 .111 GOAL BREAKDOWN Power Play 14 26 Short-Handed 2 3 Empty Net 0 1 Penalty 0 0 Unassisted 3 6 Overtime 0 0 Shootout 0 0 Delayed Penalty 0 0 PENALTIES Number 181 157 Minutes 467 387 Penalties/Game 7.2 6.3 Pen Minutes/Game 18.7 15.5 FACEOFFS (W–L) 676–765 765–676 Faceoff W–L Pct. .469 .531 SHOOTOUTS (Made–Att) 0–0 0–0

RECORD OVERALL HOME ALL GAMES 7–13–5 2–6–3 CCC 4–11–3 2–5–2 NON–CONFERENCE 3–2–2 0–1–1 # PLAYER GP 18 Tommy Bishop 24 13 Justin Holliday 23 9 Danyil Medvedev 25 7 Connor Parent 24 19 David Lappin 18 27 Nick Mosher 17 44 Mikhail Bryan 23 10 Connor Henry 21 4 Sean Henry 20 8 Jack Jenkins 25 21 LJ Fellows 24 22 Brian Brooks 14 14 Brendan Heinze 22 20 Stanton Turner 25 49 Jackson Tucker 9 23 Luke Miller 17 11 Brett Lawson 12 24 Simon Leahy 10 25 Shayne Bailey 21 6 Bryan Etter 12 33 Austin Lackey 4 15 Connor Lawrence 9 2 Dominic Rovero 18 12 Anthony Galloway 3 28 Sam Kent 20 26 Brian Patterson 5 16 Bryce Pertiz 2 37 Tyler Scearbo 2 3 JB Sweeney 3 TEAM 7 SUFFOLK 25 OPPONENTS 25 # GOALIE 30 Kevin Venturoso 1 Michael Levine 31 Will Ribas TM EMPTY NET SUFFOLK Opponents

AWAY NEUTRAL 5–6–2 0–1–1 2–6–1 0–0–0 3–0–1 0–1–0

G A PTS SH SH% PEN–MIN PP SH 5 12 17 35 .143 9–18 2 0 6 5 11 58 .103 13–37 1 0 5 6 11 56 .089 4–16 0 0 6 4 10 43 .140 5–10 1 0 3 6 9 19 .158 12–35 0 0 3 6 9 12 .250 12–40 3 0 2 7 9 47 .043 12–32 2 0 4 4 8 26 .154 1–2 0 1 3 5 8 29 .103 5–10 1 0 3 5 8 22 .136 12–24 0 0 1 7 8 42 .024 9–26 0 0 3 4 7 19 .158 5–10 1 0 3 4 7 43 .070 10–28 0 0 3 4 7 46 .065 19–49 0 0 4 1 5 7 .571 4–16 2 0 2 3 5 35 .057 5–10 0 1 1 3 4 9 .111 0–0 0 0 1 1 2 5 .200 6–20 1 0 0 2 2 17 .000 10–20 0 0 0 2 2 6 .000 2–4 0 0 0 1 1 4 .000 0–0 0 0 0 1 1 8 .000 7-14 0 0 0 1 1 11 .000 8-24 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000 3-6 0 0 0 0 0 18 .000 6-12 0 0 0 0 0 4 .000 1-2 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 .000 1-2 0 0 0 0 0 5 .000 0-0 0 0 58 94 152 632 .092 181-467 14 2 94 146 240 690 .163 157-387 26 3

GP MIN GA GA AVG 16 569:38 31 3.27 16 744:18 47 3.79 6 181:33 15 4.96 7 2:26 1 - 25 1497:55 94 3.77 25 1523:50 59 2.32

SAVES 295 398 106 0 799 712

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY SU OPPONENT Total 2077 5057 Dates/Avg Per Date 11/189 13/389 Neutral Site #/Avg 1/218

SAVE% .905 .894 .876 .000 .895 .923

W–L–T 4–6–1 2–6–3 0–1–1 0–0–0 6–13–5 13–6–5

GOALS BY PERIOD Suffolk Opponents

1ST 2ND 3RD OT TOTAL 13 29 17 4 63 41 35 18 7 101

SHOTS BY PERIOD Suffolk Opponents

1ST 2ND 3RD OT TOTAL 239 287 232 13 771 312 301 262 18 893

SAVES BY PERIOD Suffolk Opponents

1ST 2ND 3RD OT TOTAL 271 266 244 18 799 266 258 215 13 712

U N I V E R S I T Y


2016–17 REVIEW | 2016–17 SUFFOLK GAME–BY–GAME | DATE OPPONENT SCORE G A PTS SH SH% +/- PEN–MIN PP SH EN GW GT HAT UA BLK 10.29 Assumption 5–4 5 10 15 41 .122 +8 10–28 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 11 11.03 Becker * 1–3 1 1 2 17 .059 -15 13–37 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 11.05 at Salve Regina * 0–6 0 0 0 32 .000 -30 4–8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 11.10 at WNE * 2–2 2 2 4 39 .051 -9 6–12 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 8 11.12 Wentworth * 2–1 2 4 6 25 .080 +10 8–24 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 15 11.17 at Curry * 4–7 4 6 10 34 .118 +4 12–32 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 11.19 Endicott * 2–3 2 4 6 25 .080 -5 8–16 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 11.22 Stonehill 3–3 3 6 9 30 .000 0 6–12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11.26 UMass Dartmouth # 4–5 4 7 11 4 .091 -5 8–16 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 11.27 at SNHU # 5–1 5 3 8 40 .125 +20 4–8 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 13 12.01 at UNE * 0–8 0 0 0 23 .000 -20 8-27 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 12.03 Nichols * 4-4 2 4 6 41 .049 0 6–12 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 12.06 SNHU 4–10 2 3 5 45 .055 0 3–6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12.08 at Salem State 4–4 4 8 12 37 .108 0 16–56 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01.19 at Johnson & Wales * 2–4 2 2 4 33 .061 -10 4–8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 01.21 at Becker * 3–0 3 5 8 41 .073 +5 10–20 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 5 01.26 Salve Regina * 0–5 0 0 0 0 .000 0 7–22 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01.28 WNE * 2–4 1 4 5 1 1.000 0 4–8 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02.02 at Wentworth * 1–0 1 2 3 31 .032 +5 9–26 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 10 02.04 Curry * 3–6 3 6 9 1 3.000 0 10–20 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02.11 UNE * 4–3 4 5 9 0 .000 0 6–12 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 02.14 at Franklin Pierce 1–0 1 2 3 22 .045 +5 2–4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 17 02.15 at Nichols * 2–9 2 3 5 26 .077 -15 6–12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 02.18 Johnson & Wales * 3–3 3 4 7 0 .000 0 7–33 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 02.20 at #7 Endicott * 2–6 2 3 5 34 .059 -11 4–8 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 SUFFOLK 58–94 58 94 152 632 .092 -63 181–467 14 2 0 6 4 1 3 218 OPPONENT 94 146 240 690 .136 +102 157–387 26 3 1 11 1 4 6 158

| 2016–17 OPPONENTGAME–BY–GAME | DATE OPPONENT 10.29 Assumption 11.03 Becker * 11.05 at Salve Regina * 11.10 at WNE * 11.12 Wentworth * 11.17 at Curry * 11.19 Endicott * 11.22 Stonehill 11.26 UMass Dartmouth # 11.27 at SNHU # 12.01 at UNE * 12.03 Nichols * 12.06 SNHU 12.08 at Salem State 01.19 at Johnson & Wales * 01.21 at Becker * 01.26 Salve Regina * 01.28 WNE * 02.02 at Wentworth * 02.04 Curry * 02.11 UNE * 02.14 at Franklin Pierce 02.15 at Nichols * 02.18 Johnson & Wales * 02.20 at #7 Endicott * OPPONENT SUFFOLK

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SCORE G A PTS SH SH% +/- PEN–MIN PP SH EN GW GT HAT UA BLK 5–4 4 6 10 42 .095 -3 5–10 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 10 1–3 3 5 8 35 .086 +14 10–20 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 6 0–6 6 9 15 34 .176 +30 6–12 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 11 2–2 2 1 3 28 .071 +5 3–6 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 12 2–1 1 2 3 39 .026 -10 7–14 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 4–7 7 13 20 42 .167 +18 11–30 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 4 2–3 3 6 9 39 .077 +5 7–14 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 14 3–3 3 5 8 0 .000 0 6–12 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4–5 5 7 12 40 .125 +3 6–26 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 9 5–1 1 2 3 39 .026 -20 3–6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 0–8 8 14 22 50 .160 +20 6–28 4 0 0 1 0 1 0 9 4-4 2 2 4 32 .062 0 4–8 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4–10 5 6 11 32 .156 +19 5–10 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 4–4 4 5 9 39 .103 0 21–69 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2–4 4 3 7 41 .098 +10 3–6 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 3–0 0 0 0 28 .000 -5 13–26 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0–5 5 7 12 0 .000 0 3–6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2–4 4 7 11 0 .000 0 2–4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1–0 0 0 0 23 .000 -5 6–12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 3–6 6 11 17 0 .000 0 8–16 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4–3 3 5 8 0 .000 0 6–12 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1–0 0 0 0 23 .000 -5 5–10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 2–9 9 17 26 32 .281 +15 1–2 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 12 3–3 3 4 7 0 .000 0 7–22 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2–6 6 9 15 52 .115 +11 3–6 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 10 94–58 94 146 240 690 .136 +102 157–387 26 58 94 152 632 .092 -63 181–467 14

3 2

1 11 0 6

1 4

4 6 158 1 3 218


2016–17 REVIEW | 2016–17 GAME–BY–GAME COMPARISON | SHOTS PENALITIES POWER PLAYS DATE OPPONENT SCORE GOALS ASSISTS SHOTS PEN–MIN PEN–MIN G–CH G–CH 10.29 Assumption 5–4 5 / 4 10 / 6 41 / 42 10–28 / 5–10 1–4 / 3–8 11.03 Becker * 1–3 1 / 3 1 / 5 17 / 35 13–37 / 10–20 1–6 / 0–11 11.05 at Salve Regina * 0–6 0 / 6 0 / 9 32 / 34 4–8 / 6–12 0–5 / 0–3 11.10 at WNE * 2–2 2 / 2 2 / 1 39 / 28 6–12 / 3–6 1–2 / 0–5 11.12 Wentworth * 2–1 2 / 1 4 / 2 25 / 39 8–24 / 7–14 0–5 / 1–5 11.17 at Curry * 4–7 4 / 7 6 / 13 34 / 42 12–32 / 11–30 1–7 / 2–11 11.19 Endicott * 2–3 2 / 3 4 / 6 25 / 39 8–16 / 7–14 1–5 / 1–6 11.22 Stonehill 3–3 3 / 3 6 / 5 0 / 0 6–12 / 6–12 2–5 / 1–5 11.26 UMass Dartmouth # 4–5 4 / 5 7 / 7 44 / 40 8–16 / 6–26 1–5 / 1–5 11.27 at SNHU # 5–1 5 / 1 3 / 2 40 / 39 4–8 / 3–6 0–3 / 0–4 12.01 at UNE * 0–8 0 / 8 0 / 14 23 / 50 8–27 / 6–28 0–4 / 4–8 12.03 Nichols * 4-4 2 / 2 4 / 2 41 / 32 6–12 / 4–8 0–3 / 0–6 12.06 SNHU 4–10 2 / 5 3 / 6 45 / 32 3–6 / 5–10 0–4 / 2–3 12.08 at Salem State 4–4 4 / 4 8 / 5 37 / 39 16–56 / 21–69 2–6 / 1–3 01.19 at Johnson & Wales * 2–4 2 / 4 2 / 3 33 / 41 4–8 / 3–6 0–3 / 0–4 01.21 at Becker * 3–0 3 / 0 5 / 0 41 / 28 10–20 / 13–26 2–10 / 0–6 01.26 Salve Regina * 0–5 0 / 5 0 / 7 0 / 0 7–22 / 3–6 0–3 / 0–6 01.28 WNE * 2–4 1 / 4 4 / 7 1 / 0 4–8 / 2–4 1–1 / 1–3 02.02 at Wentworth * 1–0 1 / 0 2 / 0 31 / 23 9–26 / 6–12 0–4 / 0–6 02.04 Curry * 3–6 3 / 6 6 / 11 1 / 0 10–20 / 8–16 0–5 / 2–8 02.11 UNE * 4–3 4 / 3 5 / 5 0 / 0 6–12 / 6–12 0–5 / 0–5 02.14 at Franklin Pierce 1–0 1 / 0 2 / 0 22 / 23 2–4 / 5–10 0–4 / 0–2 02.15 at Nichols * 2–9 2 / 9 3 / 17 26/32 6–12 / 1–2 0–1 / 4–5 02.18 Johnson & Wales * 3–3 3 / 3 4 / 4 0 / 0 7–33 / 7–22 2–4 / 0–4 02.20 at #7 Endicott * 2–6 2 / 6 3 / 9 34 / 52 4–8 / 3–6 1–3 / 3–4 63–101 58 / 94 94 / 146 632 / 690 181–467 / 157–387 16–107 / 26–136

| 2016–17 HIGHS & LOWS| SUFFOLK POINTS 15 GOALS 5 5 ASSISTS 10 SHOTS ON GOAL 45 SAVES 46 PENALTIES 16 PENALTY MINUTES 56

TEAM GAME HIGHS at Assumption, 10.29.16 at SNHU, 11.27.16 at Assumption, 10.29.16 at Assumption, 10.29.16 vs. SNHU, 12.06.16 at Endicott, 02.20.17 at Salem State, 12.08.16 at Salem State, 12.08.16

SUFFOLK POINTS 0 0 0 GOALS 0 0 0 ASSISTS 0 0 0 SAVES 22 PENALTIES 2 PENALTY MINUTES 4

TEAM GAME LOWS at Salve Regina, 11.05.16 at UNE, 12.01.16 vs. Salve Regina, 01.26.17 at Salve Regina, 11.05.16 at UNE, 12.01.16 vs. Salve Regina, 01.26.17 at Salve Regina, 11.05.16 at UNE, 12.01.16 vs. Salve Regina, 01.26.17 vs. SNHU, 12.06.16 at Franklin Pierce, 02.14.17 at Franklin Pierce, 02.14.1

OPPONENT POINTS 26 GOALS 9 ASSISTS 17 SHOTS ON GOAL 52 SAVES 40 PENALTIES 21 PENALTY MINUTES 69

TEAM GAME HIGHS at Nichols, 02.15.17 at Nichols, 02.15.17 at Nichols, 02.15.17 at Endicott, 02.20.17 vs. UMass Dartmouth, 11.26.16 at Salem State, 12.08.16 at Salem State, 12.08.16

SUFFOLK POINTS 0 0 0 GOALS 0 0 0 ASSISTS 0 0 0 SAVES 16 PENALTIES 1 PENALTY MINUTES 2

TEAM GAME LOWS at Becker, 01.21.17 at Wentwroth, 02.02.17 at Franklin Pierce, 02.14.17 at Becker, 01.21.17 at Wentworth, 02.02.17 at Franklin Pierce, 02.14.17 at Becker, 01.21.17 at Wentwroth, 02.02.17 at Franklin Pierce, 02.14.17 vs. Becker, 11.03.16 at Nichols, 02.15.17 at Nichols, 02.15.17

U N I V E R S I T Y


2016–17 REVIEW | 2016–17 INDIVIDUAL STATS | ## PLAYER GP G A PTS SH SH% +/- PEN–MIN 2 Dominic Rovero 18 0 1 1 11 .000 -3 8–24 3 JB Sweeney 3 0 1 1 11 .000 0 1–2 4 Sean Henry 20 3 5 8 29 .103 -5 5–10 6 Bryan Etter 12 0 2 2 6 .000 +1 2–4 7 Connor Parent 24 6 4 10 43 .140 -10 5–10 8 Jack Jenkins 25 3 5 8 22 .136 -2 12–24 9 Danyil Medvedev 25 5 6 11 56 .089 +1 4–16 10 Connor Henry 21 4 4 8 26 .154 -4 1–2 11 Brett Lawson 12 1 3 4 9 .111 -4 0–0 12 Anthony Galloway 3 0 0 0 1 .000 -2 3–6 13 Justin Holliday 23 6 5 11 58 .103 -4 13–37 14 Brendan Heinze 22 3 4 7 43 .070 +1 10–28 15 Connor Lawrence 9 0 1 1 8 .000 0 7–14 16 Bryce Pertiz 2 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0–0 18 Bryce Pertiz 2 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0–0 19 David Lappin 18 3 6 9 19 .158 +2 12–35 20 Stanton Turner 25 3 4 7 46 .065 -2 19–49 21 LJ Fellows 24 1 7 8 42 .024 -2 9–26 22 Brian Brooks 14 3 4 7 19 .158 -3 5–10 23 Luke Miller 17 2 3 5 35 .057 -4 5–10 24 Simon Leahy 10 1 1 2 5 .200 +1 6–20 25 Shayne Bailey 21 0 2 2 17 .000 -12 10–20 26 Brian Patterson 5 0 0 0 4 .000 0 1–2 27 Nick Mosher 17 3 6 9 12 .250 +1 12–40 28 Sam Kent 20 0 0 0 18 .000 -2 6–12 33 Austin Lackey 4 0 1 1 4 .000 0 0–0 37 Tyler Scearbo 2 0 0 0 1 .000 +1 0–0 44 Mikhail Bryan 23 2 7 9 47 .043 -8 12–32 49 Jackson Tucker 9 4 1 5 7 .571 0 4–16 TM TEAM 7 0 0 0 5 .000 0 0–0 SUFFOLK 25 58 94 152 632 .092 -63 181–467 Opponents 25 94 146 240 690 .136 - 157–387

MIN MAJ OTH PP SH FG GW GT OT HT PN UA BLK 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 5 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 8 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 12 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 14 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 4 8 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 31 5 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 8 5 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 11 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 20 3 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 47 157 4 11 14 2 7 6 4 0 1 0 3 218 137 3 8 26 3 13 11 1 0 4 0 6 158

GOAL AVERAGE SAVES RECORD ## GOALIE GP–GS MINUTES GA AVG SAVES PCT W L T SHO 30 Kevin Venturoso 16–10 569:38 31 3.27 295 .905 4 6 1 3 1 Michael Levine 16–12 744:18 47 3.79 398 .894 2 6 3 0 31 Will Ribas 6–2 181:33 15 4.96 106 .876 0 1 1 0 TM EMPTY NET 7–0 2:26 1 - 0 .000 0 0 0 0 SUFFOLK 25–0 1497:55 94 3.77 799 .895 6 13 5 3 OPPONENTS 25–0 1523:50 59 2.32 712 .923 13 6 5 3 # FACEOFFS GP W 2 Dominic Rovero 18 1 23 Luke Miller 17 7 24 Simon Leahy 10 10 21 LJ Fellows 24 2 20 Stanton Turner 25 20 14 Brendan Heinze 22 31 19 David Lappin 18 24 12 Anthony Galloway 3 1 11 Brett Lawson 12 2 3 JB Sweeney 3 2 9 Danyil Medvedev 25 174 10 Connor Henry 21 96 18 Tommy Bishop 24 93 8 Jack Jenkins 25 54 13 Justin Holliday 23 99 27 Nick Mosher 17 35 22 Brian Brooks 14 4 7 Connor Parent 24 7 33 Austin Lackey 4 1 26 Brian Patterson 5 6 49 Jackson Tucker 9 0 4 Sean Henry 20 0

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L 0 2 5 1 15 29 23 1 2 2 176 109 110 69 127 51 6 12 2 13 2 1

PCT. 1.000 .778 .667 .667 .571 .517 .511 .500 .500 .500 .497 .468 .458 .439 .438 .407 .400 .368 .333 .316 .000 .000

GOALS ALLOWED PP SH EN PEN SOG 4 0 0 0 0 13 3 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 23 3 1 0 0 15 2 0 0 0

# POWER PLAY SCORING GP G A PTS SHOTS PCT. 18 Tommy Bishop 24 2 5 7 9 .222 27 Nick Mosher 17 3 2 5 6 .500 44 Mikhail Bryan 23 2 3 5 15 .133 13 Justin Holliday 23 2 3 5 15 .133 21 LJ Fellows 24 0 4 4 16 .000 49 Jackson Tucker 9 2 1 3 5 .400 4 Sean Henry 20 1 2 3 10 .100 19 David Lappin 18 0 3 3 5 .000 9 Danyil Medvedev 25 0 3 3 12 .000 7 Connor Parent 24 1 1 2 7 .143 22 Brian Brooks 14 1 0 1 0 .000 24 Simon Leahy 10 1 0 1 1 1.000 14 Brendan Heinze 22 0 1 1 5 .000 15 Cononr Lawrence 9 0 1 1 6 .000 10 Connor Henry 21 0 1 1 3 .000 25 Shayne Bailey 21 0 0 0 4 .000 28 Sam Kent 20 0 0 0 1 .000 8 Jack Jenkins 25 0 0 0 1 .000 3 JB Sweeney 3 0 0 0 1 .000 20 Stanton Turner 25 0 0 0 4 .000 23 Luke Miller 17 0 0 0 3 .000 2 Dominic Rovero 18 0 0 0 2 .000


RESULTS | ALL–TIME OPPONENTS |* SINCE 1999­ OPPONENT Assumption Babson Becker Bowdoin Brockport Castleton State Colby Curry Endicott Fitchburg State Framingham State Franklin Pierce Johnson & Wales Lebanon Valley Mahattanville MIT Navy Neumann New England College Nichols North Country CC Plymouth State Potsdam Rhode Island College Saint Michael’s Salem State Salve Regina Scranton Skidmore Southern Maine SNHU Stonehill SUNY Canton Tufts Wentworth Wesleyan Western New England Westfield State Worcester State UMass Boston UMass Dartmouth Univ. of New England Utica

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W 1 1 10 0 1 1 0 5 0 3 7 11 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 15 0 4 0 0 0 0 11 1 1 1 7 6 0 1 8 1 20 0 7 2 3 1 0

L 3 1 9 2 2 0 3 23 3 8 6 4 22 5 1 0 0 0 1 15 0 10 1 0 2 2 12 0 0 3 12 16 1 15 18 0 13 0 5 4 11 3 1

T FIRST MEETING 8 11.20.00 L, 10–2 0 11.29.09 L, 4–3 01.11.11 2 02.11.08 L, 5–2 1 11.28.10 T, 2–2 (OT) 0 01.14.06 L, 5–4 0 11.11.03 W, 8–2 0 11.27.10 L, 4–3 2 02.23.00 W, 5–3 1 11.07.15 T, 1–1 (OT) 2 02.15.00 L, 7–4 3 01.29.00 L, 7–5 2 12.04.02 W, 11–4 3 02.03.00 L, 9–3 1 02.13.00 T, 2–2 (OT) 0 01.15.13 L, 9–2 0 # 12.07.99 W, 5–2 # 0 # 01.15.00 W, 6–3 # 0 02.11.01 W, 5–4 0 01.13.15 L, 7–0 4 01.17.00 W, 7–3 0 # 11.07.04 W, 3–1 # 0 02.09.00 L, 6–2 0 11.30.08 L, 9–1 0 # 11.25.05 L, 11–2 # 0 01.22.00 L, 9–4 1 01.02.15 L, 4–1 3 11.16.99 L, 6–4 0 01.19.02 W, 10–6 0 11.29.08 L, 2–1 0 12.09.06 W, 3–2 2 01.11.00 L, 12–0 1 11.13.99 L, 6–4 0 01.11.14 L, 6-2 1 11.20.99 L, 8–4 3 11.23.99 L, 15–3 0 01.03.15 W, 5–3 2 12.09.99 W, 6–3 1 12.04.99 W, 6–1 # 2 12.02.99 L, 5–3 0 12.28.06 L, 4–2 0 02.17.00 L, 7–1 0 01.07.12 L, 3–0 0 01.15.11 W, 2–1

10.29.16 W, 4–3 01.21.16 11.31.13 01.12.13 11.11.03 12.01.13 02.04.17 02.20.17 02.07.09 11.10.10 02.14.17 02.18.17 02.28.04 01.15.13 12.07.99 01.20.02 02.11.01 01.13.15 02.15.17 11.07.04 11.06.09 11.30.08 11.25.05 01.20.01 12.08.16 01.26.17 01.19.02 11.92.08 01.12.10 12.06.16 11.22.16 01.11.14 01.12.16 02.02.17 01.03.15 01.28.17 01.22.09 11.10.11 01.04.14 11.26.16 02.11.17 01.15.11

LAST MEETING

W, 5–4

W, 3–0 L, 5–0 W, 4–1 W, 8–2 L, 6–3 L, 6–3 L, 6–2 W, 4–0 T, 3–3 (OT) W, 1–0 T, 3–3 (OT) L, 4–2 L, 9–2 W, 5–2 # L, 9–6 # W, 5–4 L, 7–0 L, 9–2 W, 3–1 # L, 5–4 L, 9–1 L, 11–2 # L, 7–2 T, 4–4 (OT) L, 5–0 W, 10–6 L, 2–1 L, 5–2 L, 5–2 T, 3–3 (OT) L, 6–2 L, 4–0 W, 1–0 W, 5–3 L, 4–2 T, 2–2 (OT) L, 7–4 L, 10–1 L, 5–4 W, 4–3 W, 2–1


RESULTS | ALL–TIME SERIES RESULTS | * SINCE 1999 ASSUMPTION

1.20.00 H * 1.18.01 A * 1.17.02 H * 1.16.03 A * 1.15.04 H * 1.13.05 A * 11.12.05 N 3 1.12.06 H * 1.11.07 A * 11.9.07 N 3 1.17.08 H * 1.15.09 A * 12.6.09 H 11.5.10 N 8 11.4.11 N 8 1.14.12 A 11.3.12 H 13 11.3.13 H 11.1.14 A 1.22.15 H 10.31.15 H 10.29.16 A

BABSON 11.29.09 1.11.11

A H

BECKER 2.11.08 H * 11.8.08 A 8 1.17.09 A * 11.9.09 A & 1.26.10 H * 2.17.10 A * 1.26.11 A * 2.16.11 H * 11.5.11 A 8 1.28.12 A * 2.18.12 H *+ 1.26.13 A * 2.16.13 H * 11.23.13 A* 2.19.14 H * 11.22.14 H * 2.19.15 A * 12.4.15 H * 2.13.16 H * 11.3.16 H 15 1.21.16 A 15

13–8–1

L, 10–2 W, 8–4 W, 3–1 W, 5–3 L, 4–3 L, 4–2 L, 9–5 L, 6–3 W, 7–2 L, 6–3 W, 6–3 T, 4–4 (OT) W, 4–3 (OT) L, 6–3 W, 3–1 L, 4–1 W, 5–2 W, 3–1 W, 3–2 W, 6–5 W, 4–3 (OT) W, 5–4

0–2–0 L, 4–3 L ,3–1

10–9–2

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

BOWDOIN

0–3–0

BROCKPORT

1–2–0

CASTLETON STATE

1–0–0

COLBY

0–3–0

11.28.10 N 11 11.25.12 N 11 11.30.13 N 11

1.14.06 H 11.26.06 N ?5 1.12.13 H

11.11.03

H

11.27.10 N 10 11.24.12 N 10

L, 6–2 L, 5–2 L, 5–0

L, 5–4 L, 4–3 W, 4–1

W, 8–2

L, 4–3 L, 6–1

12.1.13 N 10

CURRY 2.23.00 H * 11.12.00 A 2 2.13.01 A * 11.10.01 A 2.12.02 H 11.17.02 A $ 2.18.03 A * 11.16.03 A $ 2.17.04 H 2.15.05 A * 2.14.06 H * 2.13.07 A * 2.19.08 H * 2.17.09 A * 12.2.09 H* 2.6.10 A * 12.2.10 A * 2.5.11 H * 12.3.11 H * 2.2.12 A * 11.29.12 A * 1.31.13 H * 1.25.14 A * 2.15.14 H * 2.14.15 A * 2.16.15 H * 11.14.15 H * 2.4.16 A * 11.17.16 A 15 2.4.17 H 15

ENDICOTT 11.7.15 A * 1.27.16 H* 11.19.16 H 15 2.20.17 A 15

FITCHBURG STATE

2.15.00 A * 2.15.01 H *^ 11.26.01 H 2.14.02 A * 2.20.03 H * 2.7.04 A * 2.19.04 H 2.5.05 H * 2.17.05 A * 2.4.06 A * 2.3.07 H * 2.9.08 A * 12.29.08 N >6 2.7.09 H

FRAMINGHAM STATE 1.29.00 1.27.01 11.29.01 1.26.02 1.25.03 1.24.04 2.6.05 2.12.05 12.10.05 1.21.06

H * A * A H * H A * H A H A *

L, 6–3

5–23–2

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

0–3–1

T, 1–1 (OT) L, 6–3 L, 3–2 L, 6–2

3–8–2

L, 7–4 L, 9–0 T, 1–1 (OT) L, 10–3 L, 2–1 L, 3–1 W, 4–2 T, 1–1 (OT) L, 4–3 W, 2–1 L, 4–1 L, 5–1 L, 5–2 W, 4–0

7–6–3

L, 7–5 L, 7–5 L, 5–3 W, 13–3 W, 7–1 L, 3–1 L, 4–0 T, 3–3 (OT) W, 5–3 W, 5–4

12.29.06 N >6 1.20.07 H * 1.26.08 A 1.24.09 H 11.11.09 A 11.10.10 H

FRANKLIN PIERCE 12.4.02 12.3.03 12.1.04 11.30.05 11.29.06 11.28.07 11.25.08 1.10.12 11.7.12 1.8.13 12.7.13 1.18.14 12.6.14 1.17.15 12.12.15 1.9.16 2.14.17

H * A * H A H * A H H A H A H A H H A A

HARVARD JV

L, 6–3 W, 6–2 W, 8–0 W, 5–4 T, 3–3 (OT) T, 3–3 (OT)

11–4–2

W, 11–4 W, 7–6 L, 6–5 T, 3–3 (OT) W, 6–5 W, 4–3 (OT) W, 6–5 (OT) L, 4–3 (OT) W, 2–1 (OT) T, 4–4 (OT) W, 4–1 L, 4–3 W, 4–3 W, 4–1 L, 5–4 W, 5–3 W, 1–0

11.8.99 A

JOHNSON & WALES

2.3.00 A* 2.1.01 H *^ 2.6.02 A * 11.13.02 H * 11.22.03 A * 11.18.04 H * 11.19.05 A * 11.18.06 H *< 11.16.07 A * 11.20.08 H * 11.21.09 A * 1.30.10 H * 2.28.10 H @ 11.21.10 H * 1.30.11 A* 11.12.11 N 12 11.16.11 A * 1.25.12 H * 11.10.12 A * 1.23.13 H * 11.14.13 A * 2.1.14 H * 3.1.14 A @ 11.14.14 A * 1.31.15 H * 2.28.15 A @ 11.21.15 H * 2.11.16 A * 1.19.17 A 15 2.18.17 H 15

LEBANON VALLEY 2.13.00 2.10.01 2.9.02 2.15.03 2.14.04

H * A * H * A * H *

0–0–0 # 5–22–3

L, 9–3 L, 8–1 L, 9–1 L, 5–4 T, 4–4 (OT) L, 6–2 W, 3–2 L, 4–2 W, 2–1 L, 2–1 L, 5–4 L, 4–2 L, 3–1 L, 3–0 W, 4–2 L, 9–2 L, 11–1 L, 3–1 W, 5–4 T, 5–5 (OT) L, 3–1 L, 4–3 (OT) L, 7–0 W, 2–1 (OT) L, 3–2 L, 5–0 L, 4–2 L, 4–1 L, 4–2 T, 3–3 (OT)

0–5–1

T, 2–2 (OT) L, 7–3 L, 7–1 L, 7–1 L, 4–1

U N I V E R S I T Y


RESULTS 2.28.04 A @

L, 4–2

MANHATTANVILLE 0–1–0 1.15.13

H

MIT

12.7.99 A #

NAVY

1.15.00 H # 1.14.01 H # 1.20.02 H #

L, 9–2

0–0–0 # W, 5–2

0–0–0 # W, 6–3 W, 6–3 L, 9–6

NEUMANN

1–0–0

NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE

0–1–0

2.11.01 A W, 5–4 2.16.03 A Cancelled

1.13.15

A

NICHOLS

15–15–4

1.17.00 A * 1.16.01 H *^ 11.11.01 N 1 1.15.02 A * 11.16.02 N 1 1.14.03 H * 2.6.03 A * 1.13.04 A * 2.5.04 H 1.16.05 A = 2.3.05 H * 2.19.06 A * 11.11.06 A 2.11.07 H * 2.16.08 A * 3.5.08 A ! 11.7.08 N 16 2.14.09 H * 1.23.10 H * 2.13.10 A * 1.22.11 A * 2.12.11 H * 1.18.12 H * 2.8.12 A * 12.1.12 H * 2.6.13 A * 11.20.13 H * 2.8.14 A * 11.19.14 A * 2.7.15 H * 1.16.16 A * 2.17.16 H * 12.3.16 H 15 2.15.17 A 15

W, 7–3 W, 5–2 L, 10–4 L, 4–3 W, 5–4 W, 5–4 W, 8–4 W, 4–3 W, 1–0 L, 9–4 W, 8–7 L, 10–3 T, 3–3 (OT) T, 2–2 (OT) L, 2–1 (OT) L, 4–2 L, 4–1 W, 4–3 L, 4–3 W, 7–1 L, 4–1 W, 3–1 L, 11–3 L, 4–0 W, 6–1 L, 3–1 W, 7–1 L, 6–3 T, 1–1 (OT) L, 3–2 W, 5–2 L, 5–1 T, 2–2 (OT) L, 9–2

NORTH COUNTRY CC

0–0–0 #

11.7.04 H #

PLYMOUTH STATE 2.9.00 2.6.01 2.5.02 2.12.03 2.11.04 1.15.05 2.9.05 12.8.05 2.8.06 2.7.07

| 70 |

L, 7–0

2017–18 MEN’S HOCKEY

H * A * H * A * H * H A * A H * A *

W, 3–1

4–10–0

L, 6–2 L, 4–0 L, 3–2 L, 6–4 W, 5–2 L, 7–5 L, 3–2 (OT) L, 7–6 L, 8–4 W, 4–3

11.24.07 N ?5 2.27.08 H * 2.11.09 A * 11.6.09 N &

POTSDAM 11.30.08 N 9

RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE 11.25.05 A #

L, 3–0 W, 5–3 W, 5–2 L, 5–4

0–1–0 L, 9–1

0–0–0 # L, 11–2

SAINT MICHAEL’S

0–2–0

SALEM STATE

0–2–1

1.22.00 1.20.01

A* H *%

1.2.15 A 7 11.29.15 H 12.8.16 A

SALVE REGINA

11.16.99 H * 11.14.00 A * 11.13.01 H * 11.9.02 A * 11.8.03 H * 12.8.04 A * 12.6.05 H * 12.5.06 A * 12.4.07 H * 12.3.08 A * 11.17.09 H * 2.3.10 A * 11.18.10 A * 2.14.11 H * 11.19.11 H * 2.4.12 A * 11.13.12 A * 2.2.13 H * 11.9.13 A * 2.4.14 H * 11.8.14 H * 2.5.15 A * 11.4.15 H * 1.23.16 A * 11.5.16 A 15 1.26.17 H 15

SCRANTON 1.19.02

H

L, 9–4 L, 7–2

L, 4–1 L, 5–4 T, 4–4 (OT)

11–12–3

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

1–0–0

W, 10–6

SKIDMORE

1–0–0

SOUTHERN MAINE

1–3–0

11.29.08 A 9

12.9.06 12.8.07 1.13.09 1.12.10

A H A H

L, 2–1

W, 3–2 L, 7–4 L, 3–1 L, 5–2

SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE 7–12–3 1.11.00 2.21.00 2.19.01 2.18.02 2.24.03 2.23.04

PREVIOUSLY NH COLLEGE A L, 12–0 H * L, 8–2 A * L, 6–4 A * L, 5–4 (OT) A * L, 6–2 H * T, 0–0 (OT)

2.22.05 A * 2.20.06 A * 11.25.06 A ? 2.19.07 A * 12.29.07 N > 2.25.08 H 2.23.09 A 11.24.09 H 12.29.09 N >6 11.23.10 A 11.22.11 H 11.20.12 A 11.26.13 H 11.25.14 A 12.2.15 H 11.27.16 A ? 12.6.16 H

STONEHILL 11.13.99 H 2.5.00 A * 1.25.01 A 2.3.01 H *^ 1.24.02 H 2.2.02 A * 2.1.03 H * 1.31.04 A 11.11.04 A 1.29.05 H * 1.28.06 H 2.2.06 H * 11.9.06 A 1.27.07 H * 11.6.07 H 2.2.08 A * 1.31.09 H * 11.6.10 N 8 12.10.11 H * 12.5.12 H 1.8.15 A 11.19.15 H 11.22.16 H

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

6–16–1

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

SUNY CANTON

0–1–0

TUFTS

1–15–1

1.11.14

11.20.99 11.19.00 1.21.03 1.21.04 1.19.05 1.17.06 1.16.07 1.15.08 2.3.09 1.19.10 1.18.11 1.31.12 1.29.13 1.5.14 1.8.14 1.10.15 1.12.16

H

H * A *& H A H A H A H A H A H N > A H A

WENTWORTH 11.23.99 11.21.00 11.20.01 11.19.02

A* H *% A * H *

L, 6–2

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

8–18–3

L, 15–3 L, 5–0 L, 5–3 T, 1–1 (OT)


RESULTS 11.18.03 A * 11.16.04 H *+ 11.16.05 A * 11.14.06 H * 11.13.07 A * 3.2.08 A @ 11.18.08 H * 12.4.09 A * 2.11.10 H * 12.5.10 H * 2.10.11 A * 12.1.11 A * 2.11.12 H * 11.17.12 H * 2.11.13 A * 1.29.14 H * 2.22.14 H * 12.7.14 A * 2.21.15 H * 2.22.15 A *15 11.17.15 A * 2.6.16 H * 2.28.16 H @ 11.12.16 H 15 2.2.17 A 15

WESLEYAN 1.3.15 N 7

WESTERN NEW ENGLAND 12.9.99 H * 2.1.00 A 11.11.00 N 1 12.7.00 H % 1.30.01 A * 12.6.01 A 1.29.02 H * 11.26.02 H 2.4.03 A * 11.15.03 N 1 11.25.03 A * 2.3.04 H * 11.23.04 H *+ 2.1.05 A * 11.22.05 A * 1.31.06 H * 11.21.06 H 1.30.07 A * 2.6.08 H * 2.5.09 A * 1.21.10 A * 2.21.10 H * 1.20.11 H * 2.19.11 A * 1.21.12 A * 2.15.12 H * 1.19.13 H * 2.14.13 A * 11.16.13 H * 2.17.14 A * 11.15.14 A * 2.24.15 H * 11.12.15 A * 1.30.16 H * 11.10.16 A 15 1.28.17 H 15

WESTFIELD STATE

12.4.99 A # 12.4.01 H #

L, 8–3 L, 5–2 L, 6–5 (OT) L, 12–3 W, 5–3 W, 3–2 (OT) L, 7–1 L, 4–3 W, 4–2 L, 5–0 T, 4–4 (OT) L, 5–1 L, 8–2 L, 4–1 L, 3–0 L, 3–2 W, 4–0 L, 2–1 T, 5–5 (OT) L, 2–1 W, 2–1 L, 3–1 L, 4–3 (OT) W, 2–1 W, 1–0

1–0–0

W, 5–3

20–13–2

W, 6–3 L, 4–2 L, 5–4 T, 4–4 (OT) W, 3–2 (OT) W, 6–0 L, 4–3 W, 5–3 W, 5–2 W, 3–2 (OT) L, 3–2 W, 4–2 W, 4–3 L, 2–1 T, 3–3 (OT) W, 3–2 (OT) L, 4–3 W, 4–1 L, 2–1 W, 2–1 W, 3–1 W, 3–2 L, 6–5 L, 3–2 (OT) L, 9–1 L, 4–3 W, 3–1 L, 5–3 W, 5–3 L, 3–1 W, 3–1 W, 5–4 (OT) W, 4–3 W, 4–2 T, 2–2 (OT) L, 4–2

1.22.09

A

WORCESTER STATE

12.2.99 A* 11.30.00 H *% 12.1.01 A * 12.7.02 H * 1.25.04 A * 12.4.04 H * 11.11.05 N 3 11.26.05 N 4 12.3.05 A * 12.2.06 H * 11.10.07 N 3 12.1.07 A * 11.15.08 H * 11.10.11 N 12

T, 2–2 (OT)

7–5–2

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

UMASS BOSTON

2–4–0

UMASS DARTMOUTH

3–11–0

12.28.06 A & 11.25.07 N ?5 12.28.07 A > 12.30.08 N >6 12.30.09 N >6 1.4.14 A &

2.17.00 A * 1.23.01 H *% 1.22.02 A * 1.28.03 H * 1.28.04 A * 2.20.05 H * 1.25.06 A * 1.24.07 H * 1.30.08 A 1.28.09 H 11.14.09 A 11.13.10 H 1.21.16 A 11.26.16 N ?

L, 4–2 L, 2–1 L, 5–4 W, 3–2 W, 2–1 L, 10–1

L, 7–1 W, 7–5 L, 9–0 L, 5–3 L, 7–3 L, 5–1 L, 8–0 L, 5–2 W, 3–1 L, 4–1 L, 8–0 L, 4–1 W, 9–5 L, 5–4

KEY

# Exhibition Contest * ECAC Northeast Contest @ ECAC Northeast Quarterfinals ! ECAC Northeast Semifinal = Pomfret < Muprhy Rink > Codfish Bowl + Steretti Rink ^ Boston Univesrity & Harvard University ? Stovepipe Tournament % Arlington Veterans Skating Park 1 Curry Tournament 2 Curry Consolation $ Curry Championship 3 UBS Paaine Webber Classic — Fitchburg, Mass. 4 Rhode Island Thanksgiving Tournament 5 Hooksett, N.H. 6 Boston, Mass. 7 Salem State Tournament 8 Becker Invitational — Marlboro, Mass. 9 Skidmore Invitational — Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 10 Bowdoin/Colby Tournament at Bowdoin 11 Bowdoin/Colby Tournament at Cobly 12 Pepperdige Farm Tournament Worcester, Mass. 13 Walter Brown Arena 14 Everett, Mass. 15 Commonwealth Coast Conference 16 Dunkin Donuts Tournament

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 1–3–0 1.7.12 A 1.5.13 H * 12.1.16 A 15 2.11.17 H 15

UTICA 1.15.11

H

L, 3–0 L, 5–4 L, 8–0 W, 4–3

0–1–0 L, 6–1

0–0–1 # W, 6–1 W, 7–3

U N I V E R S I T Y


RESULTS | YEARLY RESULTS | OVERALL CONFERENCE SEASON

W L T W L T COACH

1980–81

9 10 0 John Corbett

1981–82

6 19 0 John Corbett

1982–83

6 16 0 John Corbett

1983–84 11 11 0 Jim Palumbo 1984–85 15 10 0 Jim Palumbo 1985–86 12 9 1 Jim Palumbo 1986–87

5 17 1 Peter Saggese

1987–88

9 15 0 Peter Saggese

1988–89 19 7 1 Peter Saggese 1989–90 11 14 0 Peter Saggese 1990–91 22 5 0 Bill Burns 1991–92

15 10 1 Bill Burns

1992–93 15 10 0 Bill Burns 1993–94 9 13 1 Bill Burns 1994–95

3 16 3 Bill Burns

1995–96

1 22 0 Bill Burns

1996–97 5 19 0 Mark McHale 1997–98

5 19 0 Mark McHale

1998–99 6 15 0 Mark McHale 1999–00

4

15

1

4

12

1 ECAC NE Brian Horan

2000–01

9

12

1

6

11

0 ECAC NE Brian Horan

2001–02

4

16

2

2

12

1 ECAC NE Brian Horan

2002–03

9

10

2

6

9

1 ECAC NE Brian Horan

2003–04

10

12

2

6

8

2 ECAC NE Brian Horan

2004–05

4

16

2

3

11

1 ECAC NE Chris Glionna

2005–06

6

14

4

5

9

1 ECAC NE Chris Glionna

2006–07

7

15

2

6

7

1 ECAC NE Chris Glionna

2007–08

13

14

0

10

6

0 ECAC NE Chris Glionna

2008–09

8

14

3

7

7

3 ECAC NE Chris Glionna

2009–10

12

11

3

8

4

2 ECAC NE Chris Glionna

2010–11

8

16

0

4

10

0 ECAC NE Chris Glionna

2011–12

3

21

0

1

13

0 ECAC NE Chris Glionna

2012–13

6

13

6

3

7

4 ECAC NE Chris Glionna

2013–14

9

15

1

6

7

1 ECAC NE Chris Glionna

2014–15

11

13

2

5

7

2 ECAC NE Chris Glionna

2015–16

13

10

2

8

6

2 ECAC NE Chris Glionna

2016–17

7

13

5

4

11

3 CCC Chris Glionna

37 Seasons

| 72 |

327 507 46 (.372) 91 157 25 (.333)

87 146 22 (.341) ECAC NE

4 11 3 (.222) CCC

2017–18 MEN’S HOCKEY


RESULTS | YEAR–BY–YEAR RESULTS | 1980–81

9–10–0

1981–82

6–19–0

1982–83

6–16–0

1983–84

11–11–0

1984–85

15–10–0

1985–86

12–9–1

1986–87

5–17–1

1987–88

9–15–0

COACH: BRIAN HORAN 11.8.99 at Harvard JV # 11.13.99 Stonehill L, 4–3 (OT) 11.16.99 Salve Regina * L, 6–4 11.20.99 Tufts * L, 8–4 11.23.99 at Wentworth * L, 15–3 12.2.99 at Worcester State * L, 5-3 12.4.99 at Westfield State # W, 6–1 12.7.99 at MIT # W, 5–2 12.9.99 Western New England * W, 6–3 1.11.00 at NH College L, 12–0 1.15.00 Navy # W, 6–3 1.17.00 at Nichols * W, 7–3 1.20.00 Assumption * L, 10–2 1.22.00 at Saint Michael’s * L, 9–4 1.29.00 Framingham State * L, 7–5 2.1.00 at Western New England L, 4–2 2.3.00 at Johnson & Wales * L, 9–3 2.5.00 at Stonehill * W, 3–2 2.9.00 Plymouth * L, 6–2 2.13.00 Lebanon Valley * T, 2–2 (OT) 2.15.00 at Fitchburg State * L, 7–4 2.17.00 at UMass Dartmouth * L, 7–1 2.21.00 NH College * L, 8–2 2.23.00 Curry * W, 5–3

1988–89

19–7–1

# Exhibition * ECAC Northeast

COACH: JOHN CORBETT

COACH: JOHN CORBETT

COACH: JOHN CORBETT

COACH: JIM PALUMBO

COACH: JIM PALUMBO

COACH: JIM PALUMBO

COACH: PETER SAGGESE

COACH: PETER SAGGESE

COACH: PETER SAGGESE

1989–90

COACH: PETER SAGGESE

1990–91 1991–92 1992–93 1993–94 1994–95 1995–96

COACH: BILL BURNS

COACH: BILL BURNS

COACH: BILL BURNS

COACH: BILL BURNS

COACH: BILL BURNS

COACH: BILL BURNS

11–14–0 22–5–0 15–10–1 15–10–0 9–13–1 3–16–3 1–22–0

1996–97

5–19–0

1997–98

5–19–0

COACH: MARK MCHALE

COACH: MARK MCHALE

1998–99

COACH: MARK MCHALE

6–15–0

1999–2000 4–15–1 (4–12–1 ECAC NE)

2000–01

2001–02

# Exhibition * ECAC Northeast 1 — Curry Tournament

9–12–1 (6–11–0 ECAC NE)

COACH: Brian Horan CAPTAINS: Bob Bellenoit, Evan Crockford ASST. CAPATIANS: Josh Wilcox, Michael Berien 11.11.00 1 — Western New England L, 5–4 11.12.00 at Curry ! W, 4–2 11.14.00 at Salve Regina * W, 5–2 11.19.00 at Tufts *& L, 7–2 11.21.00 Wentworth *% L, 5–0 11.30.00 Worcester State *% W, 6–3 12.7.00 Western New England % T, 4–4 (OT) 1.14.01 Navy # W, 6–3 1.16.01 Nichols *^ W, 5–2 1.18.01 at Assumption * W, 8–4 1.20.01 Saint Michael’s *% L, 7–2 1.23.01 UMass Dartmouth *% W, 7–5 1.25.01 at Stonehill W, 6–4 1.27.01 at Framingham State * L, 7–5 1.30.01 at Western New England * W, 3–2 (OT) 2.1.01 Johnson & Wales *^ L, 8–1 2.3.01 Stonehill *^ L, 9–2 2.6.01 at Plymouth State * L, 4–0 2.10.01 at Lebanon Valley * L, 7–3 2.11.01 at Neumann W, 5–4 2.13.01 at Curry * L, 3-2 2.15.01 Fitchburg State *^ L, 9–0 2.19.01 at NH College * L, 6–4 & Harvard * ECAC Northeast ^ Boston University 1 — Curry Tournament ! Curry Tournament Consolation % Arlington Veteran’s Skating Rink

4–16–2 (2–12–1 ECAC NE)

COACH: Brian Horan CAPTAINS: Mike Berian, Mike Roman ASST. CAPTAINS: Ben Barbieri, Josh Glionna 11.10.01 at Curry L, 7–4 11.11.01 1 — Nichols L, 10–4 11.13.01 Salve Regina * L, 6–0 11.20.01 at Wentworth * L, 5–3 11.26.01 Fitchburg State T, 1–1 (OT) 11.29.01 at Framingham State L, 5–3 12.1.01 at Worcester State * T, 2–2 (OT) 12.4.01 Westfield State # W, 7–3 12.6.01 at Western New England W, 6–0 1.15.02 at Nichols * L, 4–3 1.17.02 Assumption * W, 3–1 1.19.02 Scranton W, 10–6 1.20.02 Navy # L, 9–6 1.22.02 at UMass Dartmouth * L, 9–0 1.24.02 Stonehill L, 9–4 1.26.02 Framingham State * W, 13–3 1.29.02 Western New England * L, 4–3 2.2.02 at Stonehill * L, 5–3 2.5.02 Plymouth State * L, 3–2 2.6.02 at Johnson & Wales * L, 9–1 2.9.02 Lebanon Valley * L, 7–1 2.12.02 Curry L, 4–0 2.14.02 at Fitchburg State * L, 10–3 2.18.02 SNHU * L, 5–4 (OT)

2002–03

9–10–2 (6–9–1 ECAC NE)

COACH: Brian Horan CAPTAIN: Ben Barbieri ASST. CAPTAINS: Ricky Morrell, Sean Delaney, Ricky Gigante 11.9.02 at Salve Regina * L, 3–0 11.13.02 Johnson & Wales * L, 5–4 11.16.02 1 — Nichols W, 5–4 11.17.02 at Curry $ L, 9–0 11.19.02 Wentworth * T, 1–1 (OT) 11.26.02 Western New England W, 5–3 12.4.02 Franklin Pierce * W, 11–4 12.7.02 Worcster State * L, 7–5 1.14.03 Nichols * W, 5–4 1.16.03 at Assumption * W, 5–3 1.21.03 Tufts T, 4–4 (OT) 1.25.03 Framingham State W, 7-1 1.28.03 UMass Dartmouth * L, 5–3 2.1.03 Stonehill * W, 6–4 2.4.03 at Western New England * W, 5–2 2.6.03 at Nichols * W, 8–4 2.12.03 at Plymouth State * L, 6–4 2.15.03 at Lebanon Valey * L, 7–1 2.16.03 at Neumann Cancelled 2.18.03 at Curry * L, 7–2 2.20.03 Fitchburg State * L, 2–1 2.24.03 at SNHU * L, 6–2 * ECAC Northeast $ Curry Tournament Championship 1 — Curry Tournament

U N I V E R S I T Y


RESULTS 2003–04

10–12–2 (6–8–2 ECAC NE)

COACH: Brian Horan CAPTAINS: Ricky Morrell, Ricky Gigante ASST. CAPTAIN: Ryan Kearney 11.8.03 Salve Regina * W, 3–2 11.11.03 Castleton State W, 8–2 11.15.03 1 — Western New England W, 3–2 (OT) 11.16.03 at Curry $ L, 3–1 11.18.03 at Wentworth * L, 8–3 11.22.03 at Johnson & Wales * T, 4–4 (OT) 11.25.03 at Western New England * L, 3–2 12.3.03 at Franklin Pierce * W, 7–6 1.13.04 at Nichols * W, 4–3 1.15.04 Assumption * L, 4–3 1.21.04 at Tufts L, 6–2 1.24.04 at Framingham State * L, 3–1 1.25.04 at Worcester State * W, 6–2 1.28.04 at UMass Dartmouth * L, 7–3 1.31.04 at Stonehill L, 4–2 2.3.04 Western New England * W, 4–2 2.5.04 Nichols W, 1–0 2.7.04 at Fitchburg State * L, 3–1 2.11.04 Plymtouh State * W, 5–2 2.14.04 Lebanon Valley * L, 4–1 2.17.04 Curry L, 8–0 2.19.04 Fitchburg State W, 4–2 2.23.04 SNHU * T, 0–0 (OT) 2.28.04 at Lebanon Valley % L, 4–2 * ECAC Northeast % ECAC Northeast Quarterfinal $ Curry Tournament Championship 1 — Curry Tournament

2004–05

11.7.04 11.11.04 11.16.04 11.18.04 11.23.04 12.1.04 12.4.04 12.8.04 1.13.05 1.15.05 1.16.05 1.19.05 1.29.05 2.1.05 2.3.05 2.5.05 2.6.05 2.9.05 2.12.05 2.15.05 2.17.05 2.20.05 2.22.05

4–16–2 (3–11–1 ECAC NE)

COACH: Chris Glionna CAPTAIN: Ricky Gigante ASST. CAPTAIN: Kevin Coakley North Country CC # W, 3–1 at Stonehill L, 6–3 Wentworth *^ L, 5–2 Johnson & Wales * L, 6–2 Western New England *^ W, 4–3 Franklin Pierce L, 6–5 Worcester State * W, 5–3 at Salve Regina * W, 4–2 at Assumption * L, 4–2 Plymouth State L, 7–5 at Nichols @ L, 9–4 Tufts L, 8–2 Stonehill * L, 4–3 at Western New England * L, 2–1 Nichols * W, 8–7 Fitchburg State * T, 1–1 (OT) Framingham State L, 4–0 at Plymouth State * L, 3–2 (OT) at Framingham State T, 3–3 (OT) at Curry * L, 6–1 at Fitchburg State * L, 4–3 UMass Dartmouth * L, 5–1 at SNHU * L, 8–2 @Pomfret # Exhibition ^ Steretti Rink * ECAC Northeast

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2005–06

6–14–4 (5–9–1 ECAC NE)

COACH: Chris Glionna CAPTAINS: Greg Blais, Mike Boles 11.11.05 1 — Worcester State T, 4–4 (OT) 11.12.05 1 — Assumption L, 9–5 11.16.05 at Wentworth * L, 6–5 (OT) 11.19.05 at Johnson & Wales * W, 3–2 11.22.05 at Western New England * T, 3–3 (OT) 11.25.05 at Rhode Island # L, 11–2 11.26.05 2 — Worcester State T, 3–3 (OT) 11.30.05 at Franklin Pierce T, 3–3 (OT) 12.3.05 at Worcester State * W, 5–3 12.6.05 Salve Regina * L, 5–1 12.8.05 at Plymouth State L, 7–6 12.10.05 Framingham State W, 5–3 1.12.06 Assumption * L, 6–3 1.14.06 Brockport L, 5–4 1.17.06 at Tufts L, 10–3 1.21.06 at Framingham State * W, 5–4 1.25.06 at UMass Dartmouth * L, 8–0 1.28.06 Stonehill L, 9–3 1.31.06 Western New England * W, 3–2 (OT) 2.2.06 at Stonehill * L, 5–1 2.4.06 at Fitchburg State * W, 2–1 2.8.06 Plymouth State * L, 8–4 2.14.06 Curry * L, 13–2 2.19.06 at Nichols * L, 10–3 2.20.06 at SNHU * L, 8–5 # Exhibition * ECAC Northeast 1 — UBS–Paine Webber Classic (Fitchburg, Mass.) 2 — Rhode Island Thanksgiving Tournament

2006–07 11.9.06 11.11.06 11.14.06 11.18.06 11.21.06 11.25.06 11.26.06 11.29.06 12.2.06 12.5.06 12.9.06 12.28.06 12.29.06 1.11.07 1.16.07 1.20.07 1.24.07 1.27.07 1.30.07 2.3.07 2.7.07 2.11.07 2.13.07 2.19.07

2007–08 13–14–0 (10–6–0 ECAC NE)

COACH: Chris Glionna CAPTAIN: Dan Pencinger ASST. CAPTAINS: Bill Galvin, Nick Davis 11.6.07 Stonehill W, 6–2 11.9.07 1 — Assumption ! L, 6–3 11.10.07 1 — Worcester State ! W, 8–4 11.13.07 at Wentworth * W, 5–3 11.16.07 at Johnson & Wales * W, 2–1 11.24.07 2 — Plymouth State # L, 3–0 11.25.07 2 — UMass Boston # L, 2–1 11.28.07 at Franklin Pierce W, 4–3 (OT) 12.1.07 at Worcester State * W, 7–5 12.4.07 Salve Regina * W, 4–1 12.8.07 Southern Maine L, 7–4 12.28.07 at UMass Boston & L, 5–4 12.29.07 3 — SNHU & L, 4–3 (OT) 1.15.08 at Tufts L, 5–1 1.17.08 Assumption * W, 6–3 1.26.08 at Framignham State * W, 8–0 1.30.08 at UMass Dartmouth * W, 3–1 2.2.08 at Stonehill * L, 2–1 (OT) 2.6.08 Western New England * L, 2–1 2.9.08 at Fitchburg State * L, 5–1 2.11.08 Becker * L, 5–2 2.16.08 at Nichols * L, 2–1 (OT) 2.19.08 Curry * L, 7–3 2.25.08 SNHU * W, 4–0 2.27.08 Plymouth State * W, 5–3 3.2.08 at Wentworth $ W, 3–2 (OT) 3.5.08 at Nichols @ L, 4–2 & Codfish Bowl * ECAC Northeast $ — ECAC Quarterfinal @ — ECAC Semifinal ! UBS–Paine Webber Classice # PAL Stovepipe Tournament 1 — Fitchburg, Mass. 2 — Hooksett, N.H. 3 — Boston, Mass.

7–15–2 (6–8–1 ECAC NE)

COACH: Chris Glionna CAPTAIN: John Delaney at Stonehill L, 7–3 at Nichols T, 3–3 (OT) Wentworth * L, 12–3 Johnson & Wales *^ L, 4–2 Western New England L, 4–3 at SNHU ! L, 4–3 1 — Brockport ! L, 4–3 Franklin Pierce * W, 6–5 Worcester State * L, 4–3 at Salve Regina * L, 4–3 at Southern Maine W, 3–2 at UMass Boston & L, 4–2 2 — Framingham State & L, 6–3 at Assumption * W, 7–2 Tufts L, 4–3 Framingham State * W, 6–2 UMass Dartmouth * L, 5–2 Stonehill * W, 8–5 at Western New England * W, 4–1 Fitchburg State * L, 4–1 at Plymouth State * W, 4–3 Nichols * T, 2–2 (OT) at Curry * L, 6–5 at SNHU * L, 7–6

^ Murphy Rink & Codfish Bowl * ECAC Northeast ! PAL Stovepipe Tournament 1 — Hooksett, New Hampshire 2 — Boston, Mass.

2008–09 11.7.08 11.8.08 11.15.08 11.18.08 11.20.08 11.25.08 11.29.08 11.30.08 12.3.08 12.29.08 12.30.08 1.13.09 1.15.09 1.17.09 1.22.09 1.24.09 1.28.09 1.31.09 2.3.09 2.5.09 2.7.09 2.11.09 2.14.09 2.17.09 2.23.09

8-14-3 (7-7-3 ECAC NE)

COACH: Chris Glionna 1 — Nichols ! L, 4–1 at Becker ! L, 3–1 Worcester State * L, 3–1 Wentworth * L, 7–1 Johnson & Wales * L, 2–1 Franklin Pierce * W, 6–5 (OT) 2 — at Skidmore ^ L, 2–1 2 — Potsdam ^ L, 9–1 at Salve Regina * W, 5–3 3 — Fitchburg State @ L, 5–2 at UMass Boston @ W, 3–2 at Southern Maine L, 3–1 at Assumption * T, 4–4 (OT) at Becker * L, 3–2 Westfield State * T, 2–2 (OT) Framingham State * W, 5–4 UMass Dartmouth * L, 4–1 Stonehill * L, 8–5 Tufts L, 4–1 at Western New England * W, 2–1 Fitchburg State * W, 4–0 at Plymouth State * W, 5–2 Nichols * W, 4–3 at Curry * L, 4–0 at SNHU * T, 5–5 (OT)


RESULTS ! Dunkin’ Donuts Tournament ^ Skidmore Invitational @ Codfish Bowl 1 — Marlboro, Mass. 2 — Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 3 — Boston, Mass.

2009–10

12-11-3 (8-4-2 ECAC)

COACH: Chris Glionna CAPTAINS: Nick Davis, Brian Smusz ASST. CAPTAINS: Jeff Rose 11.6.09 1 — Plymouth State ! L, 5–4 11.9.09 at Becker ! L, 3–2 11.11.09 at Framingham State T, 3–3 (OT) 11.14.09 at UMass Dartmouth L, 8–0 11.17.09 Salve Regina * W, 4–1 11.21.09 at Johnson & Wales * L, 5–4 11.24.09 SNHU W, 3–2 11.29.09 at Babson L, 4–3 12.2.09 Curry * T, 2–2 (OT) 12.4.09 at Wentworth * L, 4–3 12.6.09 Assumption W, 4–3 (OT) 12.29.09 2 — SNHU ^ W, 4–3 12.30.09 at UMass Boston ^ W, 2–1 1.12.10 at Southern Maine L, 5–2 1.19.10 at Tufts L, 7–1 1.21.10 at Western New England * W, 3–1 1.23.10 Nichols * L, 4–3 1.26.10 Becker * W, 4–2 1.30.10 Johnson & Wales * L, 4–2 2.3.10 at Salve Regina * T, 4–4 (OT) 2.6.10 at Curry * W, 3–2 (OT) 2.11.10 Wentworth * W, 4–2 2.13.10 at Nichols * W, 7–1 2.17.10 at Becker * W, 3–2 2.21.10 Western New England * W, 3–2 2.28.10 Johnson & Wales $ L, 3–1 ^ Codfish Bowl * ECAC Northeast $ — ECAC Quarterfinal ! Becker Invitational 1 — Marlboro, Mass. 2 — Boston, Mass.

2010–11 8–16–0 (4–10–0 ECAC NE) COACH: Chris Glionna CAPTAINS: Jeff Rose ASST. CAPTAINS: Tom Coulstring, Paul Weisser 11.5.10 1 — Assumption ! L, 6–3 11.6.10 1 — Stonehill ! W, 1–0 11.10.10 Framingham State W, 3–2 11.13.10 UMass Dartmouth L, 4–1 11.18.10 at Salve Regina * W, 8–4 11.21.10 Johnson & Wales * L, 3–0 11.23.10 at SNHU W, 8–1 11.27.10 2 — Colby L, 3–1 11.28.10 3 — Bowdoin L, 6–2 12.2.10 at Curry * L, 6–3 12.5.10 Wentworth * L, 5–0 1.11.11 Babson L, 3–1 1.15.11 Utica L, 6–1 1.18.11 Tufts W, 4–3 (OT) 1.20.11 Western New England * L, 6–5 1.22.11 at Nichols * L, 4–1 1.26.11 at Becker * W, 3–2 (OT) 1.30.11 at Johnson & Wales * L, 4–2 2.5.11 Curry * L, 4–1 2.10.11 at Wentworth * L, 5–1

2.12.11 2.14.11 2.16.11 2.19.11

Nichols * W, 3–1 Salve Regina * W, 5–1 Becker * L, 3–2 at Western New England * L, 3–2 (OT)

* ECAC Northeast ! Becker Invitational 1 — at Becker (Marlboro, Mass.) 2 — Bowdoin/Colby Tournament at Bowdoin 3 — Bowdoin/Colby Tournament at Colby

2011–12

3–21–0 (1–13–0 ECAC NE)

COACH: Chris Glionna CAPTAINS: J. Andrew Wein ASST. CAPTAINS: Joe Greene, Dan Feyock 11.4.11 1 — Assumption ! W, 3–1 11.5.11 at Becker ! W, 4–1 11.10.11 at Worcester State @ L, 7–4 11.12.11 2 — Johnson & Wales @ L, 9–2 11.16.11 at Johnson & Wales * L, 11–1 11.19.11 Salve Regina * L, 5–2 11.22.11 SNHU L, 3–2 12.1.11 at Wentworth * L, 5–1 12.3.11 Curry * L, 5–1 12.10.11 Stonehill L, 7–3 1.7.12 at University of New England L, 3–0 1.10.12 Franklin Pierce L, 4–3 (OT) 1.14.12 at Assumption L, 4–1 1.18.12 Nichols * L, 11–3 1.21.12 at Western New England * L, 9–1 1.25.12 Johnson & Wales * L, 3–1 1.28.12 at Becker * L, 6–0 1.31.12 at Tufts L, 6–1 2.2.12 at Curry * L, 8–2 2.4.12 at Salve Regina * L, 6–4 2.8.12 at Nichols * L, 4–0 2.11.12 Wentworth * L, 8–2 2.15.12 Western New England * L, 4–3 2.18.12 Becker *^ W, 8–4 *ECAC Northeast ^ Steritti Rink ! Becker Ice Break Tournament @ Pepperidge Farms Classic 1 — Marlboro, Mass. 2 — Worcester, Mass.

2012–13

6-13-6 (3-7-4 ECAC NE)

COACH: Chris Glionna CAPTAINS: Dan Feyock ASST. CAPTAINS: Jon Stauffer, Charlie McGinnis 11.3.12 Assumption ! W, 5–2 11.7.12 at Franklin Pierce W, 2–1 (OT) 11.10.12 at Johnson & Wales * W, 5–4 11.13.12 at Salve Regina * L, 7–4 11.17.12 Wentworth * L, 4–1 11.20.12 at SNHU T, 5–5 (OT) 11.24.12 1 — Colby L, 6–1 11.25.12 2 — Bowdoin L, 5–2 11.29.12 at Curry * T, 4–4 (OT) 12.1.12 Nichols * W, 6–1 12.5.12 Stonehill L, 6-1 1.5.13 University of New England * L, 5–4 1.8.13 Franklin Pierce T, 4–4 (OT) 1.12.13 Brockport W, 4–1 1.15.13 Manhattanville L, 9–2 1.19.13 Western New England * W, 3–1 1.23.13 Johnson & Wales * T, 5–5 (OT) 1.26.13 at Becker * L, 5–4 1.29.13 Tufts L, 4–2

1.31.13 2.2.13 2.6.13 2.11.13 2.14.13 2.16.13

Curry * L, 4–1 Salve Regina * T, 1–1 (OT) at Nichols * L, 3–1 at Wentworth * L, 3–0 at Western New England * L, 5–3 Becker * T, 2–2 (OT)

* ECAC Northeast ! Walter Brown Arena 1 — Bowdoin/Colby Tournament at Bowdoin 2 — Bowdoin/Colby Tournament at Colby

2013–14

9–15–1 (6–8–1 ECAC NE)

COACH: Chris Glionna CAPTAINS: Jon Stauffer, Charlie McGinnis ASST. CAPTAINS: Tim Sprague, Andrew Ball 11.3.13 Assumption W, 3–1 11.9.13 at Salve Regina * L, 6–3 11.14.13 at Johnson & Wales * L, 3–1 11.16.13 Western New England * W, 5–3 11.20.13 Nichols * W, 7–1 11.23.13 at Becker * T, 3–3 (OT) 11.26.13 SNHU L, 3–1 11.30.13 2 — Bowdoin L, 5–0 12.1.13 1 — Colby L, 6–3 12.7.13 at Franklin Pierce W, 4–1 1.4.14 at UMass Boston ^ L, 10–1 1.5.14 Tufts ^ L, 4–1 1.8.14 at Tufts W, 4–3 1.11.14 SUNY Canton L, 6–2 1.18.14 Franklin Pierce L, 4–3 1.25.14 at Curry * L, 4–1 1.29.14 Wentworth * L, 3–2 2.1.14 Johnson & Wales * L, 4–3 (OT) 2.4.14 Salve Regina * W, 5–2 2.8.14 at Nichols * L, 6–3 2.15.14 Curry * W, 3–2 (OT) 2.17.14 at Western New England * L, 3–1 2.19.14 Becker * W, 4–2 2.22.14 Wentworth * W, 4–0 3.1.14 at Johnson & Wales % L, 7–0 ^ Codfish Bowl * ECAC Northeast % ECAC Quarterfinals 1 — Bowdoin/Colby Tournament at Bowdoin 2 — Bowdoin/Colby Tournament at Colby

2014–15

11–13–2 (5–7–2 ECAC NE)

COACH: Chris Glionna CAPTAINS: Tim Sprague, Andrew Ball ASST. CAPTAINS: Tim Benedetto, Shaughn Shields 11.1.14 at Assumption W, 3–2 11.8.14 Salve Regina * W, 3–2 11.14.14 at Johnson & Wales * W, 2–1 (OT) 11.15.14 at Western New England * W, 3–1 11.19.14 at Nichols * T, 1–1 (OT) 11.22.14 Becker * W, 7–2 11.25.14 at SNHU W, 5–4 (OT) 12.6.14 at Franklin Pierce W, 4–3 12.7.14 at Wentworth L, 2–1 1.2.15 at Salem State ! L, 4–1 1.3.15 1 — Wesleyan ! W, 5–2 1.8.15 at Stonehill L, 4–2 1.10.15 Tufts L, 7–4 1.13.15 at New England College L, 7–0 1.17.15 Franklin Pierce W, 4–1 1.22.15 Assumption W, 6–5 1.31.15 Johnson & Wales * L, 3–2 2.5.15 at Salve Regina * L, 7–3

U N I V E R S I T Y


RESULTS 2.7.15 2.14.15 2.16.15 2.19.15 2.21.15 2.22.15 2.24.15 2.28.15

Nichols * L, 3–2 at Curry * L, 5–2 Curry * L, 4–2 at Becker * L, 2–1 Wentworth * T, 5–5 (OT) at Wentworth * L, 2–1 Western New England * W, 5–4 (OT) at Johnson & Wales ^ L, 5–0 * ECAC Northeast ^ ECAC Northeast Quarterfinals ! — Salem State Tournament 1 — Everett, Mass.

2015–16

13–10–2 (8–6–2 ECAC NE)

COACH: Chris Glionna CAPTAINS: Connor McCarthy, Tyler Heineman, Shaughn Shields 10.31.15 Assumption W, 4–3 (OT) 11.4.15 Salve Regina * T, 3–3 (OT) 11.7.15 at Endicott * T, 1–1 (OT) 11.12.15 at Western New England * W, 4–3 11.14.15 Curry * W, 3–2 11.17.15 at Wentworth * W, 2–1 11.19.15 Stonehill W, 6–3 11.21.15 Johnson & Wales * L, 4–2 11.29.15 Salem State L, 5–4 12.2.15 SNHU W, 5–2 12.4.15 Becker * W, 4–3 (OT) 12.12.15 Franklin Pierce L, 5–4 1.9.16 at Franklin Pierce W, 5–3 1.12.16 at Tufts L, 4–0 1.16.16 at Nichols * W, 5–2 1.21.16 at UMass Dartmouth W, 9–5 1.23.16 at Salve Regina * W, 3–2 1.27.16 Endicott * L, 6–3 1.30.16 Western New England * W, 4–2 2.4.16 at Curry * L, 6–2 2.6.16 Wentworth * L, 3–1 2.11.16 at Johnson & Wales * L, 4–1 2.13.16 Becker * W, 1–0 2.17.16 Nichols * L, 5–1 2.28.16 Wentworth ^ L, 4–3 (OT) * ECAC Northeast ^ ECAC Northeast Quarterfinals

2016–17

7–13–5 (4–11–3 CCC)

COACH: Chris Glionna CAPTAINS: Jack Jenkins, Stanton Turner 10.29.16 at Assumption W, 5–4 11.3.16 Becker * L, 3–1 11.5.16 at Salve Regina * L, 6–0 11.10.16 at Western New England * T, 2–2 (OT) 11.12.16 Wentworth * W, 2–1 11.17.16 at Curry * L, 7–4 11.19.16 Endicott * L, 3–2 11.22.16 Stonehill T, 3–3 (OT) 11.26.16 1 — UMass Dartmouth ! L, 5–4 11.27.16 at SNHU ! W, 5–1 12.1.16 at University of New England * L, 8–0 12.3.16 Nichols * T, 2–2 (OT) 12.6.16 SNHU L, 5–2 12.8.16 at Salem State T, 4–4 (OT) 1.19.17 at Johnson & Wales * L, 4–2 1.21.16 at Becker * W, 3–0 1.26.17 Salve Regina * L, 5–0 1.28.17 Western New England * L, 4–2 2.2.17 at Wentworth * W, 1–0 2.4.17 Curry * L, 6–3

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2.11.17 2.14.17 2.15.17 2.18.17 2.20.17

University of New England * W, 4–3 at Franklin Pierce W, 1–0 at Nichols * L, 9–2 Johnson & Wales * T, 3–3 (OT) at No. 7 Endicott L, 6–2

* CCC ! Stovepipe / Manchester PAL Cup Tournament 1 — Hooksett, N.H.


RESULTS | SITUATIONAL GAMES | * SINCE 1999 overtimeGAMES

11.13.99 Stonehill L, 4–3 (OT) 2.13.00 Lebanon Valley * T, 2–2 (OT) 12.7.00 Western New England % T, 4–4 (OT) 1.30.01 at Western New England * W, 3–2 (OT) 11.26.01 Fitchburg State T, 1–1 (OT) 12.1.01 at Worcester State * T, 2–2 (OT) 2.18.02 SNHU * L, 5–4 (OT) 11.19.02 Wentworth * T, 1–1 (OT) 1.21.03 Tufts T, 4–4 (OT) 11.15.03 Western New England ! W, 3–2 (OT) 11.22.03 at Johnson & Wales * T, 4–4 (OT) 2.23.04 SNHU * T, 0–0 (OT) 2.5.05 Fitchburg State * T, 1–1 (OT) 2.9.05 at Plymouth State * L, 3–2 (OT) 2.12.05 at Framingham State T, 3–3 (OT) 11.11.05 Worcester State ^ T, 4–4 (OT) 11.16.05 at Wentworth * L, 6–5 (OT) 11.22.05 at Western New England * T, 3–3 (OT) 11.26.05 Worcester State @ T, 3–3 (OT) 11.30.05 at Franklin Pierce T, 3–3 (OT) 1.31.06 Western New England * W, 3–2 (OT) 11.11.06 at Nichols T, 3–3 (OT) 2.11.07 Nichols * T, 2–2 (OT) 11.28.07 at Franklin Pierce W, 4–3 (OT) 12.29.07 SNHU # L, 4–3 (OT) 2.2.08 at Stonehill * L, 2–1 (OT) 2.16.08 at Nichols * L, 2–1 (OT) 3.2.08 at Wentworth $ W, 3–2 (OT) 11.25.08 Franklin Pierce * W, 6–5 (OT) 1.15.09 at Assumption * T, 4–4 (OT) 1.22.09 Westfield State * T, 2–2 (OT) 2.23.09 at SNHU * T, 5–5 (OT) 11.11.09 at Framingham State T, 3–3 (OT) 12.2.09 Curry * T, 2–2 (OT) 12.6.09 Assumption W, 4–3 (OT) 2.3.10 at Salve Regina T, 4–4 (OT) 2.6.10 at Curry * W, 3–2 (OT) 1.18.11 Tufts W, 4–3 (OT) 1.26.11 at Becker * W, 3–2 (OT) 2.19.11 at Western New England * L, 3–2 (OT) 1.10.12 Franklin Pierce L, 4–3 (OT) 11.7.12 at Franklin Pierce W, 2–1 (OT) 11.20.12 at SNHU T, 5–5 (OT) 11.29.12 at Curry * T, 4–4 (OT) 1.8.13 Franklin Pierce T, 4–4 (OT) 1.23.13 Johnson & Wales * T, 5–5 (OT) 2.2.13 Salve Regina * T, 1–1 (OT) 2.16.13 Becker * T, 2–2 (OT) 11.23.13 at Becker * T, 3–3 (OT) 2.1.14 Johnson & Wales * L, 4–3 (OT) 2.15.14 Curry * W, 3–2 (OT) 11.14.14 at Johnson & Wales * W, 2–1 (OT) 11.19.14 at Nichols * T, 1–1 (OT) 11.25.14 at SNHU W, 5–4 (OT) 2.21.15 Wentworth * T, 5–5 (OT) 2.24.15 Western New England * W, 5–4 (OT) 10.31.15 Assumption W, 4–3 (OT) 11.4.15 Salve Regina * T, 3–3 (OT) 11.7.15 at Endicott * T, 1–1 (OT) 12.4.15 Becker * W, 4–3 (OT) 2.28.16 Wentworth * L, 4–3 (OT) 11.10.16 at Western New England + T, 2–1 (OT) 11.22.16 Stonehill T, 3–3 (OT) 12.3.16 Nichols + T, 2–2 (OT) 12.8.16 at Salem State T, 4–4 (OT) 2.18.17 Johnson & Wales + T, 3–3 (OT)

shutoutGAMES

| SUFFOLK IN OVERTIME GAMES | All–Time OT Games.................................................... 66 Record...................................................................17–11–38 Home....................................................................... 8–5–19 Away........................................................................ 8–5–17 Neutral........................................................................1–1–2 Last OT Game 2.18.17 Johnson & Wales + T, 3–3 (OT) Last OT Win 12.4.15 Becker * W, 4–3 (OT) Last OT Loss 2.28.16 Wentworth * L, 4–3 (OT) Last OT Tie 2.18.17 Johnson & Wales + T, 3–3 (OT) Last OT CCC Game 2.18.17 Johnson & Wales + T, 3–3 (OT) Last OT CCC Win Never Last OT CCC Loss Never Last OT CCC Tie 2.18.17 Johnson & Wales + T, 3–3 (OT) Last Back–To–Back OT Games 10.31.15 Assumption W, 4–3 (OT) 11.4.15 Salve Regina * T, 3–3 (OT) 11.7.15 at Endicott * T, 1–1 (OT)

1.11.00 at NH College L, 12–0 11.21.00 Wentworth *% L, 5–0 2.6.01 at Plymouth State * L, 4–0 2.15.01 Fitchburg State *& L, 9–0 12.6.01 at Western New England W, 6–0 1.22.02 at UMass Darmtouth * L, 9–0 2.12.02 Curry L, 4–0 11.9.02 at Salve Regina * L, 3–0 11.17.02 at Curry ! L, 9–0 2.5.04 Nichols W, 1–0 2.17.04 Curry L, 8–0 2.23.04 SNHU * T, 0–0 (OT) 2.6.05 Framingham State L, 4–0 1.25.06 at UMass Dartmouth * L, 8–0 11.24.07 Plymouth State ? L, 3–0 1.26.08 at Framingham State * W, 8–0 2.25.08 SNHU * W, 4–0 2.7.09 Fitchburg State * W, 4–0 2.17.09 at Curry * L, 4–0 11.14.09 at UMass Dartmouth L, 8–0 11.6.10 Stonehill > W, 1–0 11.21.10 Johnson & Wales * L, 3–0 12.5.10 Wentworth * L, 5–0 1.7.12 at University of New England L, 3–0 2.8.12 at Nichols * L, 4–0 2.11.13 at Wentworth * L, 3–0 11.30.13 Bowdoin = L, 5–0 2.22.14 Wentworth * W, 4–0 3.1.14 at Johnson & Wales $ L, 7–0 1.13.15 at New England College L, 7–0 2.28.15 at Johnson & Wales $ L, 5–0 1.12.16 at Tufts L, 4–0 2.13.16 Becker * W, 1–0 11.5.16 Salve Regina + L, 6–0 12.1.16 at Univ. of New England + L, 8–0 1.26.17 Salve Regina + L, 5–0 2.2.17 at Wentworth + W, 1–0 2.14.17 at Franklin Pierce W, 1–0 | SUFFOLK IN SHUTOUT GAMES |

| KEY | + CCC * ECAC Northeast $ ECAC Quarterfinal ! Curry Tournament & Boston University # Codfish Bowl — Boston, Mass. % Arlington Veterans Skating Rink > Becker Invitational — Marlboro, Mass. @ Rhode Island Thanksgiving Tournament ^ UBS–Paine Webber Classic — Fitchburg State ? PAL / Stovepipe Tournament — Hooksett, N.H. = Bowdoin/Colby Tournament at Colby

All–Time Shutouts.........................................................38 Record..................................................................... 10–27–1 Home......................................................................... 5–10–1 Away.........................................................................4–16–0 Neutral.........................................................................1–1–0 Last Shutout Game 2.14.17 at Franklin Pierce W, 1–0 Last Suffolk Shutout 2.14.17 at Franklin Pierce W, 1–0 Last Time Suffolk Was Shutout 1.26.17 Salve Regina + L, 5–0 Last CCC Shutout Game 2.2.17 at Wentworth + W, 1–0 Last CCC Suffolk Shutout 2.2.17 at Wentworth + W, 1–0 Last Time Suffolk Was Shutout in CCC Action 1.26.17 Salve Regina + L, 5–0 Last Back–To–Back Shutouts 2.22.14 Wentworth * W, 4–0 3.1.14 at Johnson & Wales $ L, 7–0

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RESULTS | THE LAST TIME ... | * SINCE 1999 | THE LAST TIME THE RAMS ... | Won in Overtime.............................................................................................................. Becker (4–3)............................................................................................................................ 12.4.15 Lost in Overtime............................................................................................................... Wentworth (4–3)................................................................................................................... 2.28.16 Overtime Tie...................................................................................................................... Johnson & Wales (3–3)......................................................................................................... 2.18.17 Scored 9 goals.................................................................................................................. at UMass Dartmouth (W, 9–5)............................................................................................. 1.21.16 Scored 10 goals................................................................................................................ Franklin Pierce (W, 11–4).....................................................................................................12.4.02 Scored 11 goals.................................................................................................................. Franklin Pierce (W, 11–4).....................................................................................................12.4.02 Had a home shutout....................................................................................................... Salve Regina (L, 5–0)............................................................................................................ 1.26.17 Had a road shutout......................................................................................................... at Franklin Pierce (W, 1–0)................................................................................................... 2.14.17 Had a neutral site shutout............................................................................................. vs. Stonehill (W, 1–0, at Becker Invitational, Marlboro, Mass.)...................................11.6.10 Was shutout on the road............................................................................................... at University of New England (L, 8–0)............................................................................. 12.1.16 Had 4 PPGs........................................................................................................................ Franklin Pierce (W, 4–1)..........................................................................................................1.17.15 Had 2 SHGs........................................................................................................................ at Wentworth (L, 2–1).......................................................................................................... 2.22.15 Allowed 50+ shots on goal........................................................................................... 50, University of New England (L, 8-0)............................................................................ 12.1.16

| THE LAST TIME A RAM ... | Had a SHG.......................................................................................................................... Connor Henry, vs. University of New England (W, 4–3)...............................................2.11.17 Had 2 PPGs........................................................................................................................ Simon Leahy & Jack Jenkins vs. Franklin Pierce (W, 4–1)............................................1.17.15 Had a hat trick.................................................................................................................. Jackson Tucker, at Becker (W, 3–0).................................................................................. 1.21.17 Had a NATURAL Hat Trick............................................................................................. Jackson Tucker, at Becker (W, 3–0).................................................................................. 1.21.17 Player scored 4 goals..................................................................................................... Dan Pencinger, at Worcester State (W, 7–5).................................................................. 12.1.07 Player scored 5 goals............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Never Player had 3 assists......................................................................................................... Stanton Turner, at UMass Dartmouth (W, 9–5).............................................................. 1.21.16 Player had 4 assists......................................................................................................... Danyil Medvedev, at Franklin Pierce (W, 5–3)................................................................. 1.9.16 Player had 5 assists......................................................................................................... Andy Boschetto (5a), at Franklin Pierce (W, 7–6).......................................................12.3.03 Player had 5 points......................................................................................................... Stanton Turner (2g, 3a), at UMass Dartmouth (W, 9–5)............................................. 1.21.16 Player had 6 points......................................................................................................... Andy Boschetto (1g, 5a), at Franklin Pierce (W, 7–6)................................................12.3.03 Goalie had 40–49 Saves................................................................................................ 46, Brandon Smolarek vs. Salve Regina (T, 3–3 OT).................................................... 11.4.15 Goalie had 50+ Saves..................................................................................................... 52, Kevin Venturoso at Tufts (W, 4–3)............................................................................... 1.8.14

| THE LAST TIME AN OPPONENT ... | Scored 9 goals.................................................................................................................. at Nichols (L, 9–2)...................................................................................................................2.15.17 Scored 10 goals................................................................................................................ at UMass Boston (L, 10–1)...................................................................................................... 1.4.14 Scored 11 goals.................................................................................................................. at Johnson & Wales (L, 11–1).................................................................................................11.16.11 Had 4 PPGs........................................................................................................................ at Nichols (L, 9–2)...................................................................................................................2.15.17 Had a SHG.......................................................................................................................... University of New England (W, 4–3)..................................................................................2.11.17 Had 2 SHGs........................................................................................................................ UMass Dartmouth (L, 5–4, at Manchester PAL/Stovepipe Tournament).............11.26.16 Allowed 50+ shots on goal........................................................................................... 65, Worcester State (W, 8–4)........................................................................................... 11.10.07

| THE LAST TIME AN OPPONENT’S PLAYER ... | Had a SHG.......................................................................................................................... Chris Harlow, University of New England (W, 4–3)........................................................2.11.17 Had 2 PPGs........................................................................................................................ Lionel Mauron, Curry (L, 6–3)...............................................................................................2.4.17 Had a hat trick.................................................................................................................. Jared Goudreau, Southern New Hampshire (L, 5–2)...................................................12.6.16 Had a NATURAL Hat Trick............................................................................................. Tyler Vankleef, at Curry (L, 7–4)........................................................................................ 11.17.16 Player scored 4 goals..................................................................................................... Trevor Fleurent, at University of New England (L, 8-0).............................................. 12.1.16 Player scored 5 goals...................................................................................................... Tyler Vankleef, at Curry (L, 7–4).........................................................................................11.1716 Player had 3 assists......................................................................................................... Vicent Crivello (3) & J.B. Baker (3), Nichols (L, 9–2)....................................................2.15.17 Player had 4 assists......................................................................................................... Brady Fleurent (4), at University of New England (L, 8–0)....................................... 12.1.16 Player had 5 points......................................................................................................... Trevor Fleurent (4g, 1a), at University of New England (L, 8–0).............................. 12.1.16 Player had 6 points......................................................................................................... Tyler Vankleef (xg, xa), at Curry (L, 7–4)........................................................................ 11.17.16 Goalie had 40–49 Saves................................................................................................ 53, Jason Richardson, at Worcester State (L, 4–3).....................................................12.2.06 Goalie had 50+ Saves..................................................................................................... 53, Jason Richardson, at Worcester State (L, 4–3).....................................................12.2.06

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RECORDS | SINGLE–SEASON LEADERS |* SINCE 1999­ | POINTS | SEASON 2006–07 2006–07 2000–01 1999–00 2007–08 2000–01 2005–06 2008–09 2005–06 2002–03

PLAYER John Rocchio Dan Pencinger Evan Crockford Evan Crockford Dan Pencinger Josh Wilcox John Rocchio Kyle Cook Dan Pencinger Scott Goodman

POINTS (G, A) 43 (13 g, 30a) 40 (21 g , 19a) 37 (14 g , 23a) 36 (21 g, 15a) 35 (17 g, 19a) 32 (20 g, 12a) 31 (15 g, 16 a) 31 (14 g, 17 a) 30 (13 g, 17 a) 30 (21 g, 9 a)

| GOALS |

SEASON PLAYER 2007–08 Dan Pencinger 2006–07 Dan Pencinger 2002–03 Scott Goodman 1999–00 Evan Crockford 2000–01 Josh Wilcox 2015–16 Justin Selep 2014–15 Stanton Turner 2009–10 Niles Moore 2005–06 John Rocchio 1999–00 Josh Wilcox 2008–09 Kyle Cook 2001–02 Ryan Cikacz 2000–01 Evan Crockford

GOALS 22 21 21 21 20 17 16 15 15 15 14 14 14

| ASSISTS |

SEASON PLAYER ASSISTS 2006–07 John Rocchio 30 2000–01 Evan Crockford 23 2005–06 Mike Boles 20 2008–09 John Rocchio 18 2008–09 Kyle Cook 17 2005–06 Dan Pencinger 17 2003–04 Kevin Coakley 17 2004–05 Ryan Coakley 17 2005–06 John Rocchio 16 1999–00 Evan Crockford 15 1999–00 Jerah Bonham 15

| POWER PLAY GOALS |

SEASON PLAYER 2002–03 Scott Goodman 2008–09 Mitch Sabo 2008–09 Kyle Cook 2008–09 Niles Moore 2007–08 Kyle Cook 2000–01 Evan Crockford 2015–16 Justin Selep 2012–13 Mike Cherpak 2009–10 Niles Moore 2009–10 Pat Welch 2007–08 Dan Pencinger 2004–05 Bill Corcoran 1999–00 Evan Crockford

| SHORT–HANDED GOALS |

SEASON PLAYER 2005–06 John Rocchio 2009–10 Jason Molle 2006–07 Dan Pencinger 2005–06 Dan Pencinger 2002–03 Scott Goodman 2000–01 Evan Crockford 1999–00 Evan Crockford

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PPG 9 7 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

SHG 4 3 3 3 3 3 3

| GAME–WINNING GOALS |

SEASON PLAYER 2002–03 Scott Goodman 2015–16 Justin Selep 2014–15 Danyil Medvedev 2008–09 Kyle Cook 2006–07 Dan Pencinger 2015–16 Justin Holliday 2007–08 Nick Davis

| PENALTY MINUTES |

SEASON PLAYER 2001–02 Ryan Cikacz 2006–07 John Rocchio 2005–06 Josh Barboza 1999–00 Jeffrey Ross 2000–01 Michael Berrien 2004–05 Kevin Coakley 2007–08 Mitch Sabo 2014–15 Stanton Turner 2012–13 Mike Cherpak 2004–05 Joe Keane 2003–04 Mike McHugh 2007–08 Dan Pencinger

GWG 5 4 4 4 4 3 3

PIM 83 80 69 66 63 62 61 60 58 56 56 56

| WINS | SEASON 2007–08 2009–10 2015–16 2014–15 2013–14 2002–03 2010–11 2008–09 2003–04 2000–01 2005–06

PLAYER Jeff Rose Jeff Rose Brandon Smolarek Brandon Smolarek Brandon Smolarek Joe Palladino Jeff Rose Jeff Rose Joe Palladino Matt Consentino Greg Blais

WINS (W–L–T) 13 (13–13–0) 11 (11–8–3) 10 (10–8–2) 10 (10–12–2) 8 (8–9–1) 8 (8–9–1) 7 (7–16–0) 7 (7–10–3) 7 (7–9–0) 6 (6–10–1) 6 (6–11–4)

| GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE |

Minimum 400 Minutes SEASON PLAYER 2009–10 Jeff Rose 2003–04 Greg Blais 2014–15 Brandon Smolarek 2007–08 Jeff Rose 2015–16 Brandon Smolarek 2008–09 Jeff Rose 2013–14 Brandon Smolarek 2012–13 Brandon Smolarek 2006–07 Mark Grignon 2010–11 Jeff Rose 2003–04 Joe Palladino

GAA 2.68 3.06 3.12 3.12 3.25 3.32 3.37 3.43 3.52 3.56 3.65

| SAVES |

Minimum 400 Minutes SEASON PLAYER 2007–08 Jeff Rose 2005–06 Greg Blais 2014–15 Brandon Smolarek 2001–02 Matt Consentino 2010–11 Jeff Rose 2009–10 Jeff Rose 2015–16 Brandon Smolarek 2008–09 Jeff Rose 2002–03 Joe Paladino 2000–01 Matt Consentino 2013–14 Brandon Smolarek

SAVES 869 849 720 699 689 668 578 573 569 557 535

| SAVE PERCENTAGE |

Minimum 400 Minutes SEASON PLAYER 2008–09 Jeff Rose 2007–08 Jeff Rose 2003–04 Greg Blais 2013–14 Brandon Smolarek 2014–15 Brandon Smolarek 2012–13 Brandon Smolarek 2008–09 Jeff Rose 2010–11 Jeff Rose 2004–05 Joe Palladino 2005–06 Greg Blais 2004–05 Greg Blais 2002–03 Joe Palladino 2000–01 Michael Sweeney

SAVE % .919 .914 .914 .907 .906 .906 .900 .897 .895 .890 .890 .890 .890


RECORDS | CAREER LEADERS | | POINTS | # SEASONS 1987–91 1988–92 1990–93 1997–01 2004–09 1990–94 2005–09 1983–85 1992–94 1997–01

PLAYER Brian Horan Brian Grunning Sean O’Driscoll Evan Crockford Dan Pencinger Jim Fitzgerald John Rocchio Russ Rosa Chris Dwyer Josh Wilcox

POINTS (G, A) 302 (169 g, 133 a) 226 (119 g, 107 a) 175 (73 g, 102 a) 166 (86 g, 80 a) 127 (68 g, 59 a) 123 (51 g, 70 a) 120 (39 g, 81 a) 117 (51 g, 66 a) 116 (54 g, 62 a) 105 (55 g, 100 a)

| GOALS | #

SEASONS PLAYER 1987–91 Brian Horan 1988–92 Brian Grunning 1997–01 Evan Crockford 1990–93 Sean O’Driscoll 2004–09 Dan Pencinger 1983–87 Mike Hamilton 1997–01 Josh Wilcox 1992–94 Chris Dwyer 1990–94 Jim Fitzgerald 1985–89 Russ Rosa

| ASSISTS |

GOALS 169 119 86 73 68 58 55 54 51 51

#

SEASONS PLAYER 1987–91 Brian Horan 1988–92 Brian Grunning 1990–93 Sean O’Driscoll 2005–09 John Rocchio 1997–01 Evan Crockford 1990–94 Jim Fitzgerald 1985–89 Rick Pircani 1985–89 Russ Rosa 1992–94 Chris Dwyer 1983–87 Mike Hamilton

ASSISTS 133 107 102 81 80 70 69 66 62 62

#

SINCE 1980 * SINCE 1999

| POWER PLAY GOALS |

SEASONS PLAYER 2001–05 Bill Corcoran 2004–09 Dan Pencinger 2007–09 Kyle Cook 2006–09 Mitch Sabo 1999–01 Evan Crockford 2011–15 Tim Sprague 2008–10 NIles Moore 2006–10 Nick Davis 2012–16 Mike Cherpak 2014–16 Justin Selep 2001–03 Scott Goodman

| SHORT–HANDED GOALS |

SEASONS PLAYER 2004–09 Dan Pencinger 1999–01 Evan Crockford 2005–09 John Rocchio 2014–16 Justin Selep 2001–03 Scott Goodman 2005–08 Alex Olson 2009–11 Jason Mollee

| GAME–WINNING GOALS |

SEASONS PLAYER 2004–09 Dan Pencinger 2013–17 Stanton Turner 2007–09 Kyle Cook 2014–16 Justin Selep 2007–11 Paul Weisser 2001–03 Scott Goodman 2011–15 Tim Benedetto 1999–01 Evan Crockford 1999–00 Josh Wilcox

PPG 17 12 12 12 11 11 11 9 9 9 9

| PENALTY MINUTES |

SEASONS PLAYER 2013–17 Stanton Turner 2005–09 John Rocchio 2010–14 Jon Stauffer 2009–12 Andrew Flynn 2012–16 Mike Cherpak 2001–05 Ricky Gigante 2006–09 Mitch Sabo 2004–07 Josh Barboza 1999–02 Mike Berian 2002–05 Mike McHugh

PIM 235 198 186 165 156 155 133 131 128 126

| GAMES PLAYED | SHG 9 6 6 4 4 3 3

SEASONS 2006–10 2013–17 2010–14 2012–16 2012–16 2007–11 2004–09 2005–09 2006–10 2001–05

PLAYER GAMES PLAYED Nick Davis 102 Stanton Turner 98 Jon Stauffer 98 Tyler Heineman 97 Mike Cherpak 96 Paul Weisser 96 Dan PEncinger 95 Bill Galvin 94 Brian Smusz 89 Ricky Gigante 88

GWG 8 7 6 5 5 5 4 4 4

brianHORAN

SINCE BRIAN HORAN LAST LACED UP HIS SKATES FOR SUFFOLK MEN’S HOCKEY IN 1992, NO OTHER RAMS HAS COME CLOSE TO HIS CAREER. HE HOLDS THE ALL–TIME SCORING RECORD IN EVERY CATEGORY AND LED THE BLUE–AND–GOLD TO ITS BEST SEASON TO DATE IN 1990–91 (22-5).

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RECORDS | CAREER GOALIE LEADERS | | WINS | SEASONS 2007–11 2012–16 2002–05 2002–06 1999–02 2013–17 1999–01 2011–15

PLAYER Jeff Rose Brendan Smolarek Joe Palladino Greg Blais Matt Consentino Kevin Venturoso Michael Sweeney Brett Roman

WINS (W–L–T) 38 (38–47–6) 31 (31–33–10) 15 (15–25–3) 14 (14–24–7) 11 (11–35–4) 7 (7–11–1) 5 (5–7–0) 4 (4–10–1)

| GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE | Minimum 400 Minutes SEASONS PLAYER 2007–11 Jeff Rose 2012–16 Brandon Smolarek 2013–17 Kevin Venturoso 2015–PRES Michael Levine 2002–05 Joe Palladino 2006–07 Sean Bertoni 2006–09 Bill Gilbert 2002–06 Greg Blais 2012–14 Brian Jacobs 2011–15 Brett Roman

GAA 3.16 3.26 3.67 3.79 4.01 4.12 4.23 4.37 4.46 4.63

| GAMES PLAY IN NET | SEASONS 2007–11 2012–16 1999–02 2002–06 2002–05 2011–15 2013–17 2010–12 1999–01 2006–09

PLAYER Jeff Rose Brandon Smolakrek Matt Consentino Greg Blais Joe Palladino Brett Roman Kevin Venturoso Cam Kelley Michael Sweeney Bill Gilbert

GP (RECORD) 93 (38–47–6) 78 (31–33–10) 55 (11–35–4) 53 (14–14–7) 46 (15–25–3) 29 (4–10–1) 28 (7–11–1) 27 (3–19–0) 24 (5–7–0) 17 (2–7–1)

| SAVES |

Minimum 400 Minutes SEASONS PLAYER 2007–11 Jeff Rose 2012–16 Brandon Smolarek 2002–06 Greg Blais 1999–02 Matt Consentino 2002–05 Joe Palladino 2011–15 Brett Roman 2010–12 Cam Kelley 2013–17 Kevin Venturoso 1999–01 Michael Sweeney 2006–09 Bill Gilbert

SAVES 2945 2227 1739 1732 1373 631 588 577 519 481

jeffROSE

| SAVE PERCENTAGE |

Minimum 400 Minutes SEASONS PLAYER 2007–11 Jeff Rose 2006–09 Bill Gilbert 2012–16 Brandon Smolarek 2013–17 Kevin Venturoso 2002–06 Greg Blais 2015–PRES Michael Levine 2002–05 Joe Palladino 2012–14 Brian Jacobs 2006–07 Sean Bertoni 2011–15 Brett Roman

SAVE % 0.912 0.909 0.904 0.896 0.895 0.894 0.893 0.887 0.886 0.875

jeffROSE JEFF ROSE WAS AND STILL IS THE BEST GOALIE TO PUT ON A SUFFOLK UNIFORM. AFTER HIS FOUR–YEAR CAREER IN BLUE–AND–GOLD, ROSE SURPASSED THE 2,000–SAVE MARK AND WENT ON TO HOLD EVERY GOALIE RECORD IN SUFFOLK HISTORY.

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HONORS & AWARDS | JOE CONCANNON SEMIFINALIST | 2016 2007 2008 2009

Justin Selep John Roccio Dan Pencinger Kyle Cook | ECAC NORTHEAST | | PLAYER OF THE YEAR |

1991–92 1990–91 1989–90

Brian Grunning Brian Horan Brian Horan

| ECAC NORTHEAST | | GOALIE OF THE YEAR | 2009–10

Jeff Rose

| ECAC NORTHEAST | | ROOKIE OF THE YEAR | 2013–14

Simon Leahy

| ECAC NORTHEAST | | COACH OF THE YEAR | 2009–10

Chris Glionna

| ECAC NORTHEAST FIRST TEAM | 2009–10

Jeff Rose

| ECAC NORTHEAST SECOND TEAM | 2015–16 2014–15 2013–14 2009–10 2007–09

Justin Selep Stanton Turner Jon Stauffer Charlie McGinnis Nick Davis J. Andrew Wein Jeff Rose

| ECAC NORTHEAST | | HONORABLE MENTION | 2015–16 2014–15 2013–14 2012–13 2010–11 2009–10

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Tyler Heineman Shaughn Shields Brandon Smolarek Brandon Smolarek Tim Spague Jeff Rose Jon Stauffer Niles Moore Pat Welch

| ECAC NORTHEAST | | ALL–CONFERENCE | 2008–09 2007–08 2006–07 2005–06 2004–05

Mitch Sabo Dan Pencinger Dan Pencinger John Rochhio Greg Blais Kevin Coakley

| ECAC NORTHEAST | | ALL–ROOKIE TEAM | 2013–14 2010–11 2007–08 2005–06

Simon Leahy Jon Stauffer Jeff Rose John Rocchio

| NEW ENGLAND HOCKEY | | WRITERS ASSOCIATION ALL–STAR | 2008–09 2006–07

Mitch Sabo Dan Pencinger

| ESPN the MAGAZINE ACADEMIC | 2008–09

Kyle Cook

| AHCA ALL–AMERICA SCHOLAR| 2016–17

Shayne Bailey Mikhail Bryan Bryan Etter Brendan Heinze Connor Henry Sean Henry Jack Jenkins Brett Lawson Danyil Medvedev Luke Miller | ACDAEMIC ALL–CCC |

2016–17

Shayne Bailey Tommy Bishop Brendan Heinze Connor Henry Sean Henry Jack Jenkins Connor Lawrence Brett Lawson Simon Leahy Michael Levine Danyil Medvedev Luke Miller Dominic Rovero

| ECAC NORTHEAST ALL–ACDAEMIC | 2015–16 2014–15 2013–14 2012–13 2011–12 2010–11 2009–10 2008–09

Zack Capozza Mike Cherpak Tyler Heineman Jack Jenkins Brett Lawson Simon Leahy Danyil Medvedev Luke Miller Mikio Minobe Justin Selep Shaughn Shields Stanton Turner Scott Wood Zack Capozza Greg Cook Connor Lawrence Simon Leahy Connor McCarthy Brett Roman Shaughn Shields Tim Sprague Stanton Turner Scott Wood Creg Cook Carmen Mastrangelo Dan Mazzei Connor McCarthy Mike Rockwell Brett Roman Shaughn Shields Tim Sprague John Sugrue Scott Wood Richard Woodworth Steve Drago Dan Feyock Dan Mazzei Brett Roman Tim Sprague Steve Drago Dan Feyock Josh Goryl Cam Kelley Nate Linard J.A. Wein Dan Dandreo Steve Drago Dan Feyock Ryan Fitzpatrick Nate Linard Brian Phillips Matt Robertson Dan Dandreo Nate Linard Niles Moore Michael Bourque


HONORS & AWARDS 2007–08 2006–07

Kyle Cook Mitch Sabo Sam Kessler Mitch Sabo Scott Zanolli John Delaney Mitch Sabo Scott Zanolli

| SUFFOLK ATHLETICS 4.0 CLUB | 2017 SPRING 2016 FALL 2016 SPRING 2015 FALL 2015 SPRING 2014 SPRING 2013 FALL 2013 SPRING

Bryan Etter Connor Henry Sean Henry Bryan Etter Austin Lackey Danyil Medvedev Connor Henry Justin Selep Sean Henry Danyil Medvedev Justin Selep Creg Cook Brett Roman Mitch Collum Mitch Collum Brett Roman Dan Feyock Brett Roman

| SUFFOLK ATHLETICS | | AD HONOR ROLL | 2017 SPRING

Shayne Bailey Tommy Bishop Brian Brooks Mikhail Bryan Bryan Etter LJ Fellows Anthony Galloway Brendan Heinze Connor Henry Sean Henry Jack Jenkins Sam Kent Austin Lackey David Lappin Connor Lawrence Brett Lawson Simon Leahy Michael Levine Danyil Medvedev Luke Miller Nicholas Mosher Brian Patterson Will Ribas Dominic Rovero Tyler Scearbo

2016 FALL 2016 SPRING 2015 FALL

Stanton Turner Kevin Venturoso Shayne Bailey Tommy Bishop Mikhail Bryan Bryan Etter LJ Fellows Brendan Heinze Connor Henry Sean Henry Justin Holliday Austin Lackey David Lappin Connor Lawrence Brett Lawson Simon Leahy Michael Levine Danyil Medvedev Luke Miller Nicholas Mosher Brian Patterson Bryce Pertiz Will Ribas Kevin Venturoso Shayne Bailey Tommy Bishop Mikhail Bryan Zack Capozza Tyler Heineman Brendan Heinze Connor Henry Sean Henry Justin Holliday Jack Jenkins Sam Kent Connor Lawrence Brett Lawson Simon Leahy Michael Levine Danyil Medvedev Luke Miller Mikio Minobe Nick Mosher Dominic Rovero Justin Selep Shaughn Shields Brandon Smolarek Stanton Turner Kevin Venturosos Scott Wood Shayne Bailey Tommy Bishop Mikhail Bryan Zack Capozza Mike Cherpak Tyler Heineman Brendan Heinze Connor Henry

2015 SPRING 2014 FALL 2014 SPRING

Sean Henry Justin Holliday Jack Jenkins Sam Kent Brett Lawson Simon Leahy Mike Levine Danyil Medvedev Luke Miller Mikio Minobe Nicholas Mosher Dominic Rovero Justin Selep Shaughn Shields Stanton Turner Scott Wood Tim Benedetto Zack Capozza Creg Cook Tyler Heineman Jack Jenkins Connor Lawrence Brett Lawson Simon Leahy Connor McCarthy Danyil Medvedev Luke Miller Mikio Minobe Mike Pantano Mike Rockwell Brett Roman Justin Selep Shaughn SHields Tim Sprague JB Sweeney Jeffrey Wood Zack Capozza Creg Cook Tyler Heineman Jack Jenkins Connor Lawrence Brett Lawson Simon Leahy Danyil Medvedev Luke Miller Mikio Minobe Mike Pantano Brett Roman Justin Selep Shaughn Shields Tim Sprague Joseph Sweeney Kevin Venturoso Jeffrey Wood Zack Capozza Mitch Collum Creg Cook Brian Jacobs U N I V E R S I T Y


HONORS & AWARDS 2013 FALL

Connor Lawrence Simon Leahy Carmen Mastrangelo Charlie McGinnis Mike Rockwell Brett Roman Shaughn Shields Tim Sprague Garrett Stephenson John Sugrue Stanton Turner Scott Wood TIm Benedetto Zack Capozza Mitch Collum Creg Cook Brian Jacobs Connor Lawrence Simon Leahy Carmen Mastrangelo Dan Mazzei Connor McCarthy Charlie McGinnis Mike Rockwell Brett Roman Tim Sprague Garrett Stephenson Scott Wood Richard Woodworth

2013 SPRING

Tim Benedetto Zack Capozza Creg Cook Steve Drago Dan Feyock Tyler Heineman Brian Jacobs Joe Martignetti Carmen Mastrangelo Scott Mathieu Dan Mazzei Connor McCarthey Mike Pantano Mike Rockwell Brett Roman Shaughn Shields Brandon Smolarek Tim Sprague John Sugrue Hayden Voss Richard Woodworth

justinSELEP

joe concannonSEMIFINALIST

JUSTIN SELEP ’16 IS THE LAST RAM TO BE TABBED A SEMIFINALIST FOR THE JOE CONCANNON AWARD, GIVEN ANNUALLY TO THE BEST AMERICAN–BORN COLLEGE PLAYER IN NEW ENGLAND AT THE NCAA DIVISION II/III LEVEL. HE RECEIVED THE NOD IN HIS SENIOR SEASON (2015–16) WHEN HE LED THE RAMS WITH 28 POINTS ON 17 GOALS AND 11 ASSISTS.

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RAMANCA | HEAD COACHING HISTORY | OVERALL NAME

YEARS (SEASONS)

W

L

T

PCT.

John Corbett

1980–83 (3)

21

45

0

.348

Jim Palumbo

1983–86 (3)

38

30

1

.551

Peter Saggese

1986–90 (4)

44

53

2

.444

Bill Burns

1990–96 (6)

65

76

5

.445

Mark McHale

1996–99 (3)

16

53

0

.232

Brian Horan

1999–2004 (5)

36

65

8

Chris Glionna

2005–Present (13)

107

185

30

Overall

37

327 507 46 .372

W

L

T

PCT.

.330

24

52

5

.296

.332

70

105

20

.359

91

157 25 .333

chrisGLIONNA

did youKNOW

CHRIS GLIONNA IS THE WINNINGEST COACH IN SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY MEN’S HOCKEY HISTORY WITH 107 VICTORIES. HE IS THE ONLY RAMS’ HEAD COACH TO ECLIPSE 100 WINS AND ACCOMPLISHED THE FEAT FEBRUARY 13, 2016 IN A 1–0 SHUTOUT OVER BECKER.

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CONFERNECE


RAMANCA | ALL–TIME CAPTAINS |

JACK JENKINS ’18 AND SEAN HENRY ’19 WILL REP THE “C” ON THEIR JERSEY THIS SEASON AS THE SENIOR AND JUNIOR ARE SET TO LEAD THE RAMS AS CO–CAPTAINS IN 2017–18. SEASON 1980–81 1981–82 1982–83 1983–84 1984–85 1985–86 1986–87 1987–88 1988–89 1989–90 1990–91 1991–92 1993–94 1994–95 1995–96 1996–97 1997–98 1998–99 1999–00 2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 2010–11 2011–12 2012–13 2013–14 2014–15 2015–16 2016–17 2017–18

CAPTAIN James Tropsa

JP Giuliotti | Rick Piracini | Russ Rosa George Eonas | Robert Pacheco Brian Gruning | Matt Mansfield Sean O’Driscoll | John Porrazzo

ALTERNATIVE CAPTAIN

Mike Cotter | Sean O’Driscoll

George Tsoukalas John Gilpatrick | Paul Whitman

Bob Bellenoit | Evan Crockford Michael Berien | Mike Roman Ben Barbieri Ricky Gigante | Ricky Morrell Ricky Gigante Greg Blais | Mike Boles John Delaney Dan Pencinger

Micahel Berien | Josh Wilcox Ben Barbieri | Josh Glionna Sean Delaney | Ricky Gigante | Ricky Morrell Ryan Kearney Kevin Coakley Bill Galvin | Nick Davis

Nick Davis | Brian Smusz Jeff Rose Jeff Rose Tom Coulstring | Paul Weisser J. Andrew Wein Dan Feyock | Joe Greene Dan Feyock Charlie McGinnis | Jon Stauffer Charlie McGinnis | Jon Stauffer Andrew Ball | Tim Sprague Andrew Ball | Tim Sprague Tim Benedetto | Shaughn Shields Tyler Heineman | Connor McCarthy | Shaughn Shields Jack Jenkins | Stanton Turner Jack Jenkins | Sean Henry U N I V E R S I T Y


RAMANCA | ALL–TIME LETTERMAN | * SINCE 1999­ |A|

Abbene, Nick Aborn, Jim Adam, Kevin Admirand, Joe Allsopp, Jeff Armstrong, Jamie Ausiello, Anthony

|B|

Baglione, Joe Bailey, Shayne Ball, Andrew Barbieri, Ben Barboza, Josh Barron, Zach Barron, Max Bartlett, Ryan Barton, Mark Belcastro, Brett Belfiore, Blaise Bellenoit, Bob Benedetto, Tim Berggren, Gustav Berien, Mike Bertoni, Sean Berube, David Bishop, Tommy Blais, Greg Boles, Mike Bonham, Jerah Bonnell, Wes Bonner, Joe Boschetto, Andy Bourque, Michael Boyd, Chris Bradley, Kevin Broderick, Jim Brooks, Brian Brozowski, Derek Bryan, Mikhail Bucher, Matt

|C|

Capozza, Zack Chamness, James Cherpak, Mike Christopher, Andrew Cikacz, Ryan Coakley, Kevin Coakley, Ryan Cohn, Andrew Collins, Brian Collins, Ryan Collum, Mitch Colomey, Steve Conklin, Dan Consentino, Matt Cook, Creg Cook, Kyle Corcoran, Bill Correa, Nick Coulstring, Tom Coviello, Marc Crockford, Evan

| 90 |

2017–18 MEN’S HOCKEY

2017–Present 2004–05 2006–07 2017–Present 2012–13 2007–08 2003–05

2008–12 2015–Present 2011–15 2000–03 2004–07 2009–11 2010–12 2000–01 2017–Present 2001–05 2005–06 1999–01 2011–15 1999–00 1999–02 2006–07 2001–03 2015–Present 2002–06 2003–06 1999–00 2010–12 2006–07 2003–05 2007–09 2010–12 1999–00 2003–04 2016–Present 2007–08 2015–Present 2017–Present

2012–16 2010–12 2012–15 2005–07 2000–02 2003–05 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2005–09 2013–14 2012–13 2006–07 1999–02 2011–15 2007–09 2001–05 2004–06 2007–11 2000–01 1999–01

|D|

Daly, Ryan Dancey, Tim Dandreo, Danyil Dasti, Chris Davis, Nick DeCoste, Aaron Delaney, John Delaney, Sean Deluca, Dan Devine, Colin Dias, Sean Doiorio, Joe Donahue, Robbie Donovan, Pat Doodian, Jonathan Doyon, Max Drago, Joe Drago, Steve Duca, Joseph

|E|

Eitas, Jon Ellis, Carl Etter, Bryan

|F|

Fantasia, Anthony Farinato, Ed Fellows, LJ Feyock, Danyil Fishbone, Drew Fitzpatrick, Ryan Flynn, Andrew Fortin, Kevin Foster, Tim Fuedo, Paul

|G|

Galloway, Anthony Galvin, Bill Galvin, Chris Gates, Brian Genovese, Jimmy Gigante, Ricky Gilbert, Bill Ginexi, Phil Glionna, Josh Glum, Nick Goodman, Scott Goryl, Josh Greene, Joe Grignon, Mark Groul, Jeff

|H|

Harrington, James Heelen, Sean Heineman, Tyler Heinze, Brendan Helinski, Anthony Henry, Connor Henry, Sean Holliday, Justin Houghton, Rob

2006–10 2007–08 2007–11 2002–03 2006–10 2002–03 2003–07 1999–00 2005–06 2008–09 1999–01 2004–07 2009–10 2002–04 2004–05 2007–08 2006–10 2009–13 1999–00

1999–00 2003–07 2016–Present

2000–02 1999–00 2016–Present 2009–13 2003–04 2009–11 2009–12 2003–04 2004–05 1999–02

2014–17 2005–09 2006–07 1999–02 1999–00 2001–05 2006–09 2004–05 1999–02 2004–05 2001–03 2010–12 2008–12 2005–08 2000–01

2008–09 2013–14 2012–16 2015–Present 2002–04 2015–Present 2015–Present 2015–17 2013–15

|I|

Ingram, Mark

|J|

Jackson, Brett Jacobs, Brian Jamieson, Dan Jenkins, Jack Joseph, Nick

|K|

Kaloustian, Bob Keane, Joe Kearney, Ryan Keefe, Neil Keller, Eric Kelley, Cam Kelly, Jack Kent, Sam Kessler, Sam Kezima, Bryan

|L|

Lackey, Austin Lanzilli, Marc Lappin, David Larsen, Jon Lavin, Tom Lawrence, Connor Lawson, Brett Lazaro, David Leach, J.M. Leahy, Simon Levine, Michael Libby, Brian Linard, Nate Lomas, Eric Loza, Mark

|M|

2005–06

2001–03 2012–14 2002–03 2014–Present 2011–12

2005–06 2004–05 2001–04 2004–06 2006–07 2010–12 2017–Present 2015–Present 2006–09 2003–04

2016–17 2002–05 2016–Present 1999–00 2001–02 2013–17 2014–17 2012–14 2010–12 2013–17 2015–Present 2002–03 2008–12 2000–01 2002–03

Magararu, Brian 1999–00 Marchette, Tristian 1999–02 Martignetti, Joe 2010–13 Martin, Ira 2005–06 Mastrangelo, Carmen 2012–13 Mathieu, Scott 2011–14 May, Scott 2006–07 Mazzei, Dan 2011–14 McCarthy, Connor 2012–16 McCarthy, Jeff 1999–00 McCarthy, Jon 2001–02 McCartin, Kade 2017–Present McCracken, Jared 2017–Present McCrimmon, Jason 2006–08 McGinnis, Charlie 2010–14 McGrann, Adam 2000–01 McGrath, Tim 2001–02 McHugh, Mike 2002–05 McKenzie, Sean 2003–04 Medvedev, Danyil 2014–17 Mellon, Jim 2006–07 Meyers, Bryan 2007–09 Miller, Luke 2014–17 Minobe, Mikio 2014–16 Molano, Marko 2009–10 Molle, Jason 2009–11 Mondello, Mike 2006–09

Monesi, Andrew Moore, NIles Moran, John Morganto, Steve Morrell, Ricky Morrissey, Matt Mortillaro, Joseph Mosher, Nick Moss, Trevor Moy, Chris Mula, Ryan Murray, Tyler Myers, Bryan

|N|

Natale, Michael Nuccitelli, Dave

|O|

O’Neil, Ryan O’Neill, Gavin Olson, Alex Olsson, Chris Osberg, Andrew

|P|

Palladino, Joe Pantano, Mike Parent, Connor Patterson, Brian Pellegrini, Jeff Pencinger, Dan Pertiz, Bryce Phillips, Brian Pozerski, Crhis

2009–11 2008–10 2000–01 2001–02 2000–04 2002–04 2017–Present 2015–Present 2006–07 1999–03 2009–10 2012–15 2006–07

2004–05 2000–01

2002–03 2017–Present 2005–08 2017–Present 2004–06

2002–05 2012–15 2014–Present 2016–Present 2000–01 2004–09 2016–Present 2009–11 1999–00

|R|

Rambone, Robert 2005–06 Rappa, Carl 2009–10 Rappa, Steve 2005–06 Recio, Tim 2006–08 Redvanly, Andrew 2004–08 Rettig, Chris 2011–12 Ribas, Will 2016–Present Robertson, Matt 2009–11 Rocchio, John 2005–09 Rockwell, Mike 2012–14 Roman, Brett 2011–14 Roman, Mike 1999–02 Rose,Jeff 2007–11 Ross, Jeffrey 1999–00 Rovero, Dominic 2015–17 Rubin, Miller 2017–Present Ruggiero, Jim 2003–04

|S|

Sabo, Mitch Saulnier, Eric Scearbo, Tyler Schielle, Ryan Scienzo, Zach Scola, Paul Seidell, David Selden, David Selep, Justin Senese, Joe Sheppard, Kevin

2006–09 2000–01 2016–Present 2005–06 2007–09 2007–08 2010–12 2017–Present 2014–16 2002–03 2001–04


RAMANCA | ALL–TIME LETTERMAN | * SINCE 1999 Shields, Shaughn Silhavey, Dan Silva, Dave Sliney, Matt Smolarek, Brandon Smusz, Brian Snow, Kevin Spencer, Jeff Sprague, Tim Squillaciotti, Mike Stark, Justin Stauffer, Jon Steele, Scott Stephenson, Garrett Sugrue, John Sweeney, JB Sweeney, Michael

|T|

Taylor, Kyle Terry, Sean Toomey, Conor Trawinski, Nick Tucker, Jackson Turner, Stanton

|V|

Vadal, T.J. VandenBerg, Dave Venturoso, Kevin Vingi, Joe Voss, Hayden

|W|

Wein, Andrew Weisser, Paul Welch, Pat Whitfield, Bob Wilcox, Josh Wilkinson, Dave Wood, Scott Woodford, Bryan Woodworth, Richard

|Z|

Zanoli, Scott

2012–16 2004–05 2001–05 2009–10 2012–16 2006–10 2003–06 2008–09 2011–15 2004–07 2004–06 2010–14 2011–12 2013–14 2013–14 2014–Present 1999–01

2006–08 2002–03 2008–10 1999–02 2016–17 2013–17

2000–01 2006–08 2013–17 2017–Present 2012–13

2008–12 2007–11 2008–10 2003–04 1999–00 2001–02 2013–16 2001–04 2013–15

2005–09

U N I V E R S I T Y


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