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Jason Krispel Senior Captain

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Rentschl UConn will face AHA foe and in-state rival Sacred Heart on February 13 at 1:00 p.m. to highlight the outdoor extravaganza. The 10-day Whalers Hockey Fest could include as many as 20 outdoor games between professional, college, prep school and high school teams at Rentschler Field. “It’s very fitting that the UConn men’s ice hockey program is involved in the Whalers Hockey Fest,” said Husky head coach Bruce Marshall. “We just celebrated the 50th anniversary of our program and many of the early games of our team were played outdoors. In addition, Todd Krygier, one of our program’s most prominent alumni, played for the Whalers for two seasons. We are hoping that the success and exposure that Rentschler Field has provided for our football team will do the same that night for our men’s hockey team.”


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UNIVERSITY THIS IS UCONN HOCKEY OF CONNECTICUT 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years

TABLE OF CONTENTS

UConn Facts/Table of Contents/Hockey Schedule ........................... 3 2010-11 Roster ........................................................................... 4 Head Coach Bruce Marshall ....................................................... 5-6 Assistant Coaches .................................................................... 7-8 2010-11 Season Preview ..........................................................9-10 2010-11 Player Profiles .......................................................... 12-23 2009-10 Season Review ......................................................... 24-25 2009-10 Atlantic Hockey Review ..................................................26 UConn vs. Atlantic Hockey ..........................................................27 2010-11 Opponents ....................................................................28 Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum ...................................................29 UConn Record Book............................................................... 30-32 Postseason Accolades .................................................................33 Year-by-Year Results .............................................................. 34-39 All-Time Series ...........................................................................39 All-Time Letterwinners ........................................................... 40-41 Connecticut Support Staff ...................................................... 42-43 Athletic Director Jeff Hathaway....................................................43 The University of Connecticut ................................................. 44-45 Top-10 Reasons To Attend UConn ........................................... 46-47 Friends of Hockey.......................................................................48

UNIVERSITY QUICK FACTS

Location .................................................................... Storrs, Conn. Founded ................................................................................ 1881 Enrollment .......................................................................... 29,571 Nicknames ............................................................. Huskies, UConn Colors......................................... National Flag Blue (Navy) & White Affiliation ................................................................NCAA Division I Conference ............................................................. Atlantic Hockey Director of Athletics .............................................. Jeffrey Hathaway Athletic Department Phone ..................................... (860) 486-2725 Athletic Department Fax ......................................... (860) 486-3300 Athletic Website ................................................ UConnHuskies.com

TEAM INFORMATION

Head Coach .......................................... Bruce Marshall (UConn ‘85) Overall Record/Years ................................................301-336-60/22 Record at UConn ................................................................... Same Office Phone .......................................................... (860) 486-3072 Office Fax .............................................................. (860) 486-6783 Assistant Coaches ................................ Joe Dumais (Quinnipiac ‘06) .................................................... Josh Robinson (Salem State ‘ 06) Volunteer Assistant Coach ................. Mike Coppola (Connecticut ‘10) Home Arena/Capacity ............. Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum/2,000 Press Box Phone .................................................... (860) 486-6745 2009-10 Overall Record ........................................................7-27-3 2009-10 Atlantic Hockey Record/Finish ............................6-19-3/9th 2009-10 Postseason ................................. AHA Quarterfinals, L, RIT Letterwinners Returning/Lost ...................................................21/6 Newcomers ................................................................................. 7 2010-11 Captains ............. Jason Krispel, Andrew Olson, Jeff Sapieha

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Associate Director of Athletics/Communications ............. Mike Enright Athletic Communications Asst./Men’s Hockey Contact...........Matt Lee Office Phone ..................................................... (860) 486-1498 Cell Phone ........................................................ (401) 651-7824 Email........................................................ Matt.Lee@uconn.edu Athletic Communications Secretary ..........................Luanne Dunstan Athletic Communications Phone ............................... (860) 486-3531 Athletic Communications Fax ................................... (860) 486-5085 Husky Sports Hotline .............................................. (860) 486-5050 Athletic Communications Address ........ 2095 Hillside Road, Unit 1173 ................................................................... Storrs, CT 06269-1173

ATLANTIC HOCKEY

Commissioner .........................................................Bob DeGregorio DeGregorio Phone ...................................................(781) 246-2594 DeGregorio Fax .......................................................(781) 246-2576 Hockey Communications Contact................................. David Rourke Rourke Phone .........................................................(781) 246-2595 Rourke Fax .............................................................(781) 246-2576 Website .................................................... atlantichockeyonline.com

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2010-11 MEN’S HOCKEY SCHEDULE OCTOBER 9 Sat. 16 Sat. 23 Sat. 28 Thur. NOVEMBER 5 Fri. 6 Sat. 12 Fri. 13 Sat. 19 Fri. 20 Sat. 26 Fri. 27 Sat.

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DECEMBER 3 Fri. at Niagara* 7:05 PM 4 Sat. at Niagara* 7:05 PM 10 Fri. at Sacred Heart* 7:05 PM TOYOTA UCONN HOCKEY CLASSIC 29 Wed. Bowling Green vs. Princeton 4:05 PM 29 Wed. HOLY CROSS* 7:15 PM 30 Thur. Consolation 4:05 PM 30 Thur. Championship 7:15 PM JANUARY 7 Fri. 8 Sat. 11 Tues. 14 Fri. 15 Sat. 21 Fri. 22 Sat. 28 Fri. 29 Sat.

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FEBRUARY 4 Fri. at Army* 7:05 PM 5 Sat. ARMY* 7:05 PM 11 Fri. at Sacred Heart* 7:05 PM 13 Sun. Sacred Heart*@ 1:00 PM 18 Fri. at Bentley* 7:05 PM 19 Sat. BENTLEY* 7:05 PM 25 Fri. AIC* 7:05 PM 26 Sat. at AIC* 7:05 PM *- AHA Conference Game @- Rentschler Field, East Hartford, Conn. %- RPI Thanksgiving Tournament

Husky Honor

The University of Connecticut is committed to honoring collegiate athletic competition by demonstrating pride, responsibility and respect. The UConn community, fans, alumni, students, coaches and student-athletes promote these core values as proud Huskies and first class competitors.

Credits: The 2010-11 University of Connecticut Men’s Hockey Media Guide is an official publication of the University of Connecticut Division of Athletics, Jeffrey Hathaway, Director. The guide was written, produced and designed by Matt Lee, Athletic Communications Assistant with assistant from Betsy Devine, former UConn Athletic Communications Assistant. Editorial Coordination by Athletic Communications Secretary Luanne Dunstan. All desktop publishing was produced on Adobe InDesign CS software. Photography by Stephen Slade and Bob Stowell. Additional copies for media can be obtained by contacting the UConn Athletic Communications Office at (860) 486-3531.


UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT 2010-11 ROSTER 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years

UCONN NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 33 35

Name Alex Gerke Tom Janosz Chris Waterstradt Grant Scott Jordan Sims Matthew Miller Justin Hernandez Daniel Naurato Miles Winter Bobby Reiners Evan Carriere James Gallagher Sean Ambrosie Billy Latta Rui Encarnaco Chris Spicer Corey Jendras Marcello Ranallo Jason Krispel (C) Brian Reagan Brant Harris Cole Schneider Josh Bernard Steve Bergin Jeff Sapieha (C) Brad Cooper Garrett Bartus Matt Grogan Andrew Olson (C) Rob Behling

Yr. So. So. R-Jr. R-So. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. R-So. Jr. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. R-Fr. Sr. Fr.

Ht. 5-10 6-1 6-3 6-2 5-11 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-3 5-11 6-2 6-2 6-2 5-8 6-1 6-0 5-11 5-11 5-10 5-9 6-1 6-2 5-11 5-11 6-0 5-10 6-2 5-10 6-2 6-2

Wt. 170 190 210 210 185 200 180 175 215 200 196 197 185 170 185 185 193 185 186 175 185 185 185 195 208 170 190 170 205 185

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

Hometown Tomah, Wisc. Elma, N.Y. Tulsa, Okla. Swickley, Pa. Fort Wayne, Ind. Bayonne, N.J. Farmington Hills, Mich Northville, Mich. Horsham, Pa. Grosse Ile, Mich. Ottawa, Ontario Marquette, Mich. Moorhead, Minn. West Chester, Pa. White Plains, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Abingdon, Md. Burnaby, B.C. Cypress, Calif. Ballwin, Mo. Estevan, Saskatechwan Williamsville, N.Y. Fitchburg, Mass. Groton, Mass. Calgary, Alberta Boca Raton, Fla St. Charles, Ill. Gilbert, Az. Alexandria, Minn. Pittsburgh, Pa.

Previous Team Bismark Bobcats (NAHL) Surrey Eagles (BCHL) Springfield Jr. Blues (NAHL) Fargo Force (USHL) Langley Cheifs (BCHL) Valley Jr. Warriors (EJHL) Langley Chiefs (BCHL) South Shore Kings (EJHL) Quinnipiac University (NCAA) Des Moines Buccaneers(USHL) Northern Cyclones (AJHL) Marquette Rangers (NAHL) Prince George Spruce Kings (BCHL) Chicago Steele (USHL) Janesville Jets (NAHL) Chicago Steel (USHL) Topeka Roadrunners (NAHL) Alberni Valley Bulldogs (BCHL) Topeka Roadrunners (NAHL) Texas Tornado (NAHL) Melfort Mustangs (SJHL) Topeka RoadRunners (NAHL) Cushing Academy (Div. I Prep) Lawrence Academy (Div. I Prep) Okotoks Oilers (AJHL) Avon Old Farms (Div. I Prep) St. Louis Bandits (NAHL) Bismark Bobcats (NAHL) Des Moines Buccaneers(USHL) Cobourg Cougars (CCHL)

C - Captain Head Coach: Bruce Marshall (Connecticut ’85), 23rd Season Assistant Coach: Joe Dumais (Quinnipiac University ’06), 3rd Season Assistant Coach: Josh Robinson (Salem State College ‘06), 1st Season Volunteer Assistant Coach: Mike Coppola (Connecticut ’10), 1st Season

2010-11 UConn Men’s Ice Hockey Team Front Row (L-R):Matt Grogan, Chris Spicer, Brian Reagan, Matt Miller, Jeff Sapieha, Andrew Olson, Jason Krispel, Stevie Bergin, Justin Hernandez, Marcello Ranallo, Garrett Bartus Middle Row (L-R): Assistant Coach Joe Dumais, Head Coach Bruce Marshall, Rob Behling, Corey Jendras, Tom Janosz, James Gallagher, Chris Waterstradt, Miles Winter, Sean Ambrosie, Evan Carriere, Daniel Naurato, Alex Gerke, Athletic Trainer Ed Blair, Volunteer Assistant Coach Mike Coppola Back Row (L-R): Brad Cooper, Josh Bernard, Brant Harris, Cole Schneider, Grant Scott, Rui Encarnaco, Jordan Sims, Bobby Reiners, Billy Latta

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UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT HEAD COACH BRUCE MARSHALL 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years

Bruce Marshall • Head Coach • 23rd Season • Connecticut ‘85

Bruce Marshall enters his 23rd season as head coach of the UConn men’s hockey program. Marshall celebrated a personal milestone in 2009-10 as he recorded his 300th career victory when the Huskies defeated Mercyhurst, 3-2, in overtime on February 27, 2010. Marshall led freshman Alex Gerke to the 2010 Atlantic Hockey Association AllRookie Team in 2010. He also guided four players to the 2010 AHA All-Academic Team. Since becoming a Division-I program in 1998, Marshall led his squads to a MAAC Championship game, a pair of semifinals and a trio of quarterfinals in the postseason conference tournament. The Huskies have made it into the Atlantic Hockey postseason every year since the 2003-04 season. In 2006-07, the Huskies finished at 15-11-2, marking their best season in the AHA. UConn earned the third seed in the conference tournament and hosted Mercyhurst in the quarterfinal match-up.

Bruce and Kathy Marshall

Prior to the Huskies D-I status, Marshall’s teams produced eight ECAC East tournament berths, four ECAC semifinals and one ECAC championship appearance.

In the 28 seasons prior to Marshall’s current span as head coach, UConn posted only three seasons with 15 or more wins with 16 wins in 1985-86 being the single-season best. In Marshall’s 22 seasons, UConn has averaged 13.7 wins per season and has seen 18 seasons with 10 or more wins, 10 seasons of 15 or more wins and two seasons with 20 or more wins. During Marshall’s tenure as head coach of UConn’s ice hockey program, the Huskies have produced seven All-Americans, 24 all-conference members, five Atlantic Hockey All-Rookie Team selections and a MAAC Defensive Rookie of the Year (The MAAC formed in 1998-99). In addition, their first ever conference Player of the Year came in the 2003-04 season as Tim Olsen received the Atlantic Hockey honor. According to the NCAA record books, Marshall ranks tied for 11th alltime in victories amongst the active coaches in Division I with his 301 victories. Marshall coached his 500th-career game on Jan. 22, 2005 at Yale and won his 250th game at UConn on December 8, 2005 as the Huskies defeated Sacred Heart on the Pioneers’ home ice. He hit the 200 career win mark during the 2000-2001 season when the Huskies defeated American International, 5-2, on Feb. 23, becoming the first hockey coach in UConn history to reach the 200 mark. Marshall became only the second hockey coach in UConn history to reach the 100 win plateau (John Chapman who coached Connecticut from 1960-81 compiled a 196-221-7 record). 5

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After posting a 20-10-4 record in its first year as a Division I team in 1998-99, the 1999-2000 season added a 19-16-1 record. In UConn’s second season as a Division I program in 2000, and as a member of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC), Marshall and the Huskies earned their first-ever conference championship in a 6-1 victory over Iona in the 2000 Easton/MAAC Championship game. For his accomplishments as UConn’s hockey coach, Marshall has been recognized by his peers in earning several honors. He won the Edward Jeremiah College Division National Coach of the Year Award and was named the ECAC Coach of the Year at the conclusion of the 1991-92 season. In February of 1993, Marshall was named to the East squad coaching staff for the 1993 Shrine East-West College Hockey Classic. The staff consisted of one coach from Division I, II and III schools. It was the first honor of its kind to be bestowed upon a Connecticut hockey coach. A 1985 Connecticut graduate, Marshall became only the third head coach in UConn ice hockey history when he took over prior to the 198889 season, replacing seven-year coach Ben Kirtland. Prior to Kirtland, John Chapman served as Connecticut head coach for 21 years. Marshall was a four-year letterwinner in the UConn ice hockey program. He played in 94 career games, and as a senior, Marshall was co-captain of the 1984-85 squad that finished with a 14-10 record and became the first Connecticut ice hockey team to make the ECAC playoffs. He received his bachelor of science degree in physical education from Connecticut in May of 1985. After graduation, Marshall served as assistant ice hockey coach at his alma mater for one season. He later directed the varsity hockey program at Worcester (Mass.) Academy for two years while employed in private industry. Marshall’s vision and hockey expertise make him instrumental in helping with operations of the Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum. Marshall also serves as a staff member for numerous clinics and camps in the area, and as the Director of Connecticut Hockey Experience. Marshall has spent several years as a key contributor to the New England District of USA Hockey. Marshall previously coached at the National level, assisting with the Select Teams at the the USA Hockey Festival in St. Cloud, Minn. The Select Teams are part of the USA Hockey Olympic Development program. Also in St. Cloud, Marshall coached the USA Hockey Select 17’s to a gold medal at the Festival in the summer of 2000. Marshall served as Vice President of the American Hockey Coaches Association for three years in a term ending in 2006. He has rejoined the AHCA in 2009 as Vice President for another three-year term. He has also served on its Board of Directors for the AHCA for seven years from 1999-2006. In 2008, Marshall also had the privilege of being chosen for the selection committee of the Hobey Baker award. Marshall, a native of West Boylston, Mass., now resides in Storrs, Conn., with his wife Kathy and four children, Matthew (14), Mollie (12), Marisa (10) and Marikate (6).

Matthew, Mollie, Marikate and Marisa Marshall


UNIVERSITY OFHEAD CONNECTICUT COACH BRUCE MARSHALL 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years

BRUCE MARSHALL - THE ALL-TIME WINNINGEST COACH IN UCONN HOCKEY HISTORY THE MARSHALL LEDGER 2009-10# Overall ........... 7-27-3(22.9%) Atlantic Hockey .............. 6-19-3 (26.8%) 2008-09# Overall .......... 9-26-2 (27.0%) Atlantic Hockey .............. 8-18-2 (32.1%) 2007-08# Overall ........ 13-21-3 (39.2%) Atlantic Hockey ............ 11-14-3 (44.6%) 2006-07# Overall ........ 16-18-2 (47.2%) Atlantic Hockey ............ 15-11-2 (57.1%) 2005-06# Overall ........ 11-23-2 (33.3%) Atlantic Hockey .............. 9-18-1 (33.9%) 2004-05# Overall ........ 11-23-3 (33.3%) Atlantic Hockey .......... 10-12-2 (45.83%) 2003-04# Overall ........ 12-16-7 (44.3%) Atlantic Hockey .............. 9-10-5 (47.9%) 2002-03 Overall ............ 8-23-3 (28.0%) MAAC ............................ 7-16-3 (33.0%) 2001-02^ Overall ........ 13-16-7 (46.0%) MAAC .......................... 11-10-5 (52.0%) 2000-01^ Overall ........ 12-19-4 (40.0%) MAAC .......................... 12-11-3 (52.0%) 1999-00^ Overall ........ 19-16-1 (54.2%) MAAC .......................... 15-11-1 (57.4%) 1998-99^ Overall ........ 20-10-4 (64.7%) MAAC ............................ 18-6-4 (71.4%) 1997-98* Overall ......... 13-13-1 (50.0%) ECAC East .................... 10-8-1 (55.5%) 1996-97 Overall .......... 11-12-2 (47.8%) ECAC East ...................... 8-9-2 (47.0%) 1995-96* Overall ........... 16-9-1 (63.5%) ECAC East .................... 10-8-1 (55.3%) 1994-95* Overall ........... 15-7-5 (64.8%) ECAC East .................... 10-2-5 (73.5%) 1993-94* Overall ........... 15-8-3 (63.5%) ECAC East .................... 11-3-3 (73.5%) 1992-93* Overall ........... 19-6-2 (74.0%) ECAC East .................... 15-5-1 (74.0%) 1991-92* Overall ........... 22-4-2 (82.1%) ECAC East .................... 19-3-1 (85.0%) 1990-91* Overall ........... 18-7-2 (70.4%) ECAC East .................... 12-6-2 (65.0%) 1989-90* Overall ......... 15-11-1 (57.4%) ECAC East .................... 11-9-1 (54.7%) 1988-89 Overall ............... 6-21 (22.2%) ECAC East ....................... 5-15 (25.0%) Totals Overall ....... 301-336-60 (47.5%) ECAC East ...............111-68-17 (62.0%) MAAC ........................ 63-55-16 (53.0%) Atlantic Hockey ........ 68-102-18 (40.9%) *--Indicates ECAC East Tournament berth ^- Indicates MAAC Playoffs # - Indicates Atlantic Hockey Playoffs

1982-85 - Student-Athlete

Marshall is a four-year letter winner in the University of Connecticut Ice Hockey Program playing in 94 career games. 1984-85: Captains the Huskies to their first ECAC playoff. The team finishes the season at 14-10. May 1985: Earns his bachelor of science degree in physical education from UConn.

1985-86 - Assistant Coach

Returns as an assistant ice hockey coach at UConn for one season.

1988-Present - Head Coach (301-336-60) 1988-89 Aug. 17, 1988: Hired as third head coach in program history Leads the Huskies in first game as head coach of alma mater against RIT (L, 5-3). Records first career win vs. Westfield State, 11-3.

1991-92

Honored as the Edward Jeremiah College Division National Coach of the Year. Wins first ECAC Regular Season Championship. Records a school record 22 wins, including school record 14-game win streak and 23-game unbeaten streak. Makes ECAC Championship final for first time.

1992-93

Named to the East squad coaching staff for the 1993 Shrine East-West College Hockey Classic becoming the first UConn hockey coach to be named to the staff.

1994-95

Jan. 7, 1995: Becomes second hockey coach at UConn to reach 100-win plateau with a 7-5 victory over Brockport State .

1999-2000

Records first Division I win vs. American International, 7-1. Begins a seven-year tenure on the board of the American Hockey Coaches Association.

2000-01

Feb. 23, 2001: Becomes first UConn ice hockey coach to amass 200 career victories as Huskies defeat American International, 5-2.

2002-03

Mar. 1, 2003: Huskies take on Quinnipiac at Madison Square Garden (L, 4-3).

2004-05

Jan. 22, 2005: Coached his 500th career game at Yale. (L, 6-2) Feb. 5, 2005: Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum in dedicated. Feb. 12, 2005: UConn plays Bentley at the Fleet Center. (W, 4-1) Elected Vice President of the AHCA and holds position for three years

2005-06

Dec. 8, 2005: Posts 250th win as the Huskies narrowly beat Sacred Heart on the road, 2-1.

2006-07

Earns first ever Atlantic Hockey home playoff game as number three seed in tournament.

2009-10

Feb. 27, 2010: Defeats Mercyhurst, 3-2, at home to earn 300th career victory. Mar. 6, 2010: Defeats Bentley in the first round of AHA playoffs.

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UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT ASSISTANT COACHES 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years

Joe Dumais

Josh Robinson

• Assistant Coach • Third Season • Quinnipiac ‘06

• Assistant Coach • First Season • Salem State ‘06

Joe Dumais, a graduate of Quinnipiac University, enters his third year as an assistant coach for Connecticut.

Josh Robinson, a native of Spokane, Wash., comes to Connecticut after a two-year stint with the Colby College Mules.

Dumais played at Quinnipiac from 2002-2006 where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in sociology. As a member of the Bobcats, he was named team captain during his senior season. He received numerous awards and was a member of the Student Athletic Advisory Committee. He also coached in several hockey clinics and schools throughout the New England area while at Quinnipiac.

At Colby, Robinson helped to nearly double the win total from 2008-09 to 2009-10. The 2009-10 Mules finished the season with an 11-9-4 record. Robinson has experience in the Atlantic Hockey Association as he was a member of the Bentley College coaching staff during the 2007-08 campaign.

After graduation, Dumais attended Ohio University where he earned a master’s of science in recreation and sport sciences with a focus on coaching education. Also during his year at Ohio, Dumais served as an assistant coach for its men’s ice hockey team. Dumais gained valuable experience after graduation in June 2007 as he was an assistant coach of the Mahoning Valley Phantoms, a member of the North American Hockey League, Tier II Junior A. He also was the head coach of the Phantom Fireworks Midget AAA team. With the Phantom Fireworks, Dumais took on the role of head recruiter, organized, managed the team budget and travel schedule and helped to recruit the entire team for the 2007-08 season. During this year, the Phantom Fireworks were named 2007-08 Ohio State Champions, Mid-American Champions and took part in the 2007-08 national tournament. Dumais played with the Columbia Inferno from February to May of 2008. The Inferno is affiliated with the Toronto Maple Leafs and a member of the East Coast Hockey League.

Prior to his coaching career, Robinson competed at Salem State College in Salem, Mass. from 2002-06. Robinson continued his playing career after Salem State, attending training camp with the Muskegon Fury of the United Hockey League in Muskego, Mich. in 2006. He spent the 2006 regular season with the Jacksonville Barracudas of the Southern Professional Hockey League. Robinson returned to Salem State to earn a bachelor’s degree in sport management in 2008. Robinson was a member of the Dean’s List in 2007 and 2008.

Former Assistant Coaches Under Marshall and What They Are Saying...

Chris Potter

Paul Pearl

Peter Belisle

Assistant Coach ‘96-’98 Head Coach Wesleyan

Assistant Coach ‘92-’94 Head Coach Holy Cross

Assistant Coach ‘97-’06 Head Coach UMass-Boston

“Having the opportunity to return to the school where you played and coach was a great experience. I had the opportunity to continue my education and see if coaching was a profession I wanted to pursue. Coach Marshall allowed me to get a strong sense of what recruiting, coaching and all the aspects of the job would entail. Thirteen years later and it was the stepping stone to where I am today.”

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Robinson has also spent time as a coach and an evaluator at the USA Hockey New England District Development Camps in 2009-10.

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“I really enjoyed my time at Connecticut. We had some great success and the players were some of the most talented that I have had the opportunity to coach. Bruce runs an excellent program and I consider myself lucky to have worked for him.”

“I have too many great experiences to put down on paper from my time at UConn Hockey spanning 13 years. I am truly grateful for the chance that Coach Marshall gave me to be a player and a coach under him. His leadership and the life lessons the UConn hockey family gave me I’ll use forever.”


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Mike Coppola • Assistant Coach • First Season • Connecticut ‘10

Former Assistant Coaches Under Marshall and What They Are Saying... Glenn Stewart

Assistant Coach ‘04-’09 Assistant Coach Merrimack

“I appreciate the opportunity that Coach Marshall gave me to help further both my studies and coaching career. While at the university, I had the opportunity to earn my Master’s Degree while learning what it takes to be a great coach. Working at UConn was an amazing opportunity where I had a lot of fun and met some great people. I can’t thank Bruce enough for the time he put in working with me and the opportunity that he gave me.”

Mike Coppola enters his first season as a volunteer assistant for Connecticut after a successful playing career at UConn. Coppola finished his career as the program’s all-time leader in games played with 140. During his four years as a Husky, Coppola recorded 46 points on 22 goals and 24 assists. Coppola earned the team’s Silver Bowl Award as a senior and was honored with the Coach John Chapman Award as a sophomore for the player that most exemplifies the type of player that the late Coach Chapman would have wanted on his team.

Brian Meisner

As an assistant coach, Coppola will assist in day to day planning of practice. He will also help coordinate video breakdown of upcoming opponents and past UConn performances along with other office administrative tasks.

Assistant Coach ‘07-’08 Assistant Coach Alaska-Fairbanks

“Working with Coach Marshall at the University of Connecticut provided me the opportunity to become a better coach in a lot of different ways. I had the chance to really make an impact with the program not only in recruiting, but especially in coaching the team. Coach Marshall lets you do what you do best and implements it into the Husky environment. I always felt a part of what we were doing and that experience gave me confidence and growth as I have embarked on my career in college hockey. I am very grateful to have had the opportunity to work with Coach Marshall and the University of Connecticut. ”

Bruce Wolanin

Kyle Wallach

Matt Plante

Assistant Coach ‘98-’00 Head Coach Pomfret School

Assistant Coach ‘02-04 Assistant Coach Yale

Assistant Coach ‘03-’04 and ‘06-’07 Head Coach Hebron Academy

“My time at UConn was great and I loved the experience I had there. I came to UConn after coaching three years at Yale into a program where the players were respectful, eager to learn and hard working. So, I couldn’t help but enjoy my time here. We were successful during the years I was there winning the MAAC Championship. From a coaching perspective, Coach Marshall gave me a lot of responsibility during practices and games and his trust in me made me a better coach.”

“My experience at UConn prepared me completely for where I am today. The hands on experience of coaching and recruiting gave me the opportunity to develop as a coach and as a person. Coach Marshall put in many different situations as a young coach that have helped tremendously in what I do today. ”

“The two years I worked for Coach Marshall at UConn helped shape me to the coach I am today tremendously. The learning experiences and the knowledge gained from a recruiting and coaching standpoint have made a significant impact on how I coach and guide student-athletes at the prep school level. I was fortunate to work with great guys on great staffs and I learned a lot and I am grateful for having that opportunity.” 2010-11 UCONN MEN’S HOCKEY

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UNIVERSITY 2010-11 SEASON PREVIEWOF CONNECTICUT 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years UConn men’s hockey celebrated its 50th year as a program statement in the Atlantic Hockey Association in 2010. in 2009-10. Following that historic season, the Huskies will look to celebrate another momentous occasion. UConn will FORWARDS take part in an outdoor game as part of the Whalers Hockey The Huskies bring a balanced attack into the 2010-11 season. Fest. Connecticut will take on in-state rival Sacred Heart on UConn returns nine of the top-10 scorers from last season February 13 at Rentschler Field in East Hartford as part of the including leading scorer and captain Andrew Olson (Alex10-day event that will include as many as 20 outdoor games andria, Minn.). Olson finished his junior season with a teamfeaturing professional, college, prep school and high school high nine goals to go with 10 assists for 19 points. He also programs. finished tied for the team lead with four power-play goals. Following the success of last year’s Frozen Fenway competition featuring the Boston College and Boston University men and the New Hampshire and Northeastern women, the UConn men and women will highlight the Whalers Hockey Fest with a double header. The men will play at 1 pm on Sunday afternoon before the women play at 4 pm against Providence College While the Huskies are excited to take part in this historic contest, the team will look to improve on last season’s 7-27-3 record. UConn reached the quarterfinals of the Atlantic Hockey Association playoffs after defeating Bentley on the road, 2-1, but fell to eventual Frozen Four competitors RIT in two games. The Huskies have the luxury of returning nine of the top-10 scorers from last season along with the starting goaltender in sophomore Garrett Bartus (St. Charles, Ill.). With an experienced team led by eight seniors, UConn will look to make a

Headlining the forwards along with Olson is sophomore Sean Ambrosie (Moorhead, Minn.) and seniors Jason Krispel (Cypress, Calif.) and Justin Hernandez (Farmington Hills, Mich.). Ambrosie and Krispel tied for the team lead with 11 assists last season. Ambrosie added seven goals, four on the power play, while Krispel put home three goals as a junior. Hernandez enters his senior season after notching eight goals and five assists for 13 points. Hernandez led the team with two game-winning goals. Senior forwards Jeff Sapieha (Calgary, Alberta) and Chris Spicer (Syracuse, N.Y.) will both look to make an impact in their final campaigns. Sapieha was named captain along with Krispel and Olson in the offseason. The depth up top continues with the junior class, led by Daniel Naurato (Northville, Mich.) and Marcello Ranallo (Burnaby, British Columbia). Naurato and Ranallo paired with Ambrosie at the end of last season to create a formidable attacking line. Naurato recorded four goals and seven assists while Ranallo tallied two goals and six assists. Rounding out the junior class are Josh Bernard (Fitchburg, Mass.) and Corey Jendras (Abingdon, Md.). Both forwards finished the season with one goal. A trio of sophomores round out the returning forwards. Evan Carriere (Ottawa, Ontario) and James Gallagher (Marquette, Mich.) come into the season after notching three and nine points, respectively. Miles Winter (Horsham, Pa.) will suit up for the Huskies this season after transferring from Quinnipiac University in 2009. Coach Marshall and his staff added five freshmen to the front line this season. Rui Encarnaco (White Plains, N.Y.), Billy Latta (Chicago Steele), Brant Harris (Estevan, Saskatchewan), Cole Schneider (Williamsville, N.Y.) and Jordan Sims (Fort Wayne, Ind.) all come to UConn looking to make an impact in the college game. If the freshmen can compete at the college level and add to a balanced UConn attack, the Huskies should be able to improve on last season’s 1.59 goals per game average.

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DEFENSE This season, UConn will look to improve on last year’s 3.59 goals allowed per game. The Huskies return eight defenders from 2009-10. Sophomore Alex Gerke (Tomah, Wisc.) was


UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT 2010-11 SEASON PREVIEW 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years named to the AHA All-Rookie Team last season after recording four goals and six assists for 10 points. Likely joining Gerke to form the top defensive pairing will be senior Stevie Bergin (Groton, Mass.). Bergin appeared in all 37 games last year and was presented with the team’s Seventh Player Award. Seniors Matt Miller (Bayonne, N.J.) and Brian Reagan (Ballwin, Mo.) will make up the defensive unit along with juniors Chris Waterstradt (Tulsa, Okla.), Brad Cooper (Boca Raton, Fla.) and sophomore Tom Janosz (Elma, N.Y.). Miller finished the season with one goal and four assists while Reagan recorded one assist in 16 games. Waterstradt finished the year tied with Gerke as the top-scoring defenseman as the two players recorded 10 points on four goals and six assists. Cooper and Janosz were steady contributors on defense recording five and six points, respectively. Redshirtsophomore transfer Grant Scott (Swickley, Pa.) comes to Storrs after playing for the University of Minnesota in 2008-09 and the Fargo Force of the USHL in 2009-10. GOALTENDING UConn will look for another strong performance from sophomore Garrett Bartus this season. Bartus joined the Huskies midway through the 2009-10 season and finished with a 3.26 goals against average and a .900 save percentage. He was named the Most Valuable Player by his teammates following the season. Bartus will be the starting goaltender looking to perform well for a full season in 2010-11. Connecticut also returns redshirt freshman Matt Grogan (Gilbert, Ariz.). Grogan redshirted his freshman campaign and will look to find time in his second year at Connecticut. Joining the goaltenders this season is freshman Rob Behling (Pittsburgh, Pa.). Last season, Behling played with the Cobourg Cougars of the CCHL. Behling finished the season with a 9-11-2 record to go along with a .871 save percentage. SCHEDULE UConn faces a tough non-conference schedule with games at Maine, Merrimack, Union and RPI. The Huskies open the season with four-straight road games starting with a pair of teams from Hockey East. UConn is on the road facing the nation’s leading scorer in 2009-10, Gustav Nyquist, at perennial power and No. 7 Maine (Oct. 9) before traveling to Merrimack (Oct. 16) to face the Warriors and the nation’s seventh-highest scorer in Stephane Da Costa. The Huskies won’t see Freitas Ice Forum until November 5 with a pair of games against Canisius. This season, UConn will play in the RPI Thanksgiving Tournament on November 26 and 27. UConn will battle the hosts on day one looking to face off against the winner of the Bowling Green vs. Alabama-Huntsville contest on the second day. UConn will later host the 18th annual Toyota UConn Hockey Classic on December 29 and 30. This season, the Huskies will welcome Princeton, Bowling Green and AHA foe Holy Cross.

Captain Jason Krispel Connecticut will face Holy Cross on the 29th with the championship at 7:15 p.m. on the 30th. Following the Toyota UConn Classic, the Huskies will finish the season with eight games in the final stretch of AHA play with a game at ECAC power Dartmouth on January 11 thrown in the mix. Highlighting the final stretch of AHA action is the outdoor game at Rentschler against Sacred Heart on February 13. If the Huskies grow from their difficult non-conference schedule and perform well in the AHA, Connecticut should be playing some meaningful hockey come March and the AHA playoffs. Atlantic Hockey Preseason Poll 1. Rochester Institute of Technology (8) 2. Mercyhurst (2) 3. Air Force 4. Niagara Robert Morris (2) 6. Canisius 7. Sacred Heart 8. Holy Cross 9. Army 10. Bentley 11. Connecticut 12. American International (First Place votes)

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UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years

Stevie Bergin

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Justin Hernandez

Senior • F • 6-0 • 180 Farmington Hills, Mich. Langley Chiefs (BCHL)

Senior • D • 5-11 • 195 Groton, Mass Lawrence Academy (Div. 1 Prep) 2009-10 (Junior Season): Played in all 37 games on defense, recording 16 shots … Presented with the team’s Seventh Player Award at the end-of-year banquet. 2008-09 (Sophomore Season): Played in 28 games over the course of the season recording one goal and five assists … Recorded his first point of the season against Army (Oct. 25) dishing out an assist … Scored his only goal of the season at Quinnipiac (Nov. 1) … Recorded back-to-back assists against Mercyhurst (Feb. 14) and American International (Feb. 17). 2007-08 (Freshman Season): Played in 32 games on the season, recording six points... Tallied the first point of his college career on a goal at Bentley (Nov. 10) ... Tallied first-career assist against Air Force (Nov. 16) ... Recorded points in back-toback games (Jan. 25-26) vs. RIT ... Also scored a goal against Sacred Heart (Feb.8). Before UConn: Graduated from Lawrence Academy, a Division I prep school in Mass. in 2007 ... Played in 29 games as a senior in 2006-07, tallying four goals and 13 assists ... Collected six goals and 13 assists in 30 games as a junior in 2005-06. Personal: Stevie Kelly is the son of Michael and Nancy Bergin ... born February 29, 1988 ... a sociology major.

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2009-10 (Junior Season): Played in 35 games this season, recording eight goals and five assists for 13 points ... Recorded the eighth multi-point game of his career with two assists at Bentley (Oct. 23) ... Recorded his first goal of the season at Merrimack (Oct. 25) ... Scored the game winner at Army (Jan. 23) to help the Huskies to their first road win of the season ... Recorded back-to-back goals against Sacred Heart (Jan. 2930), notching the first goal of the game for the Huskies each night ... Recorded a five-game point streak (Feb. 19 – Mar. 6) with four goals and three assists including the game-winner against Bentley in the AHA quarterfinals. 2008-09 (Sophomore Season): Competed in 30 games during the season, totaling 13 points on eight goals and five assists … Finished third on the team with three power-play goals … Scored his first goal of the season against Yale (Nov. 11) … Had back-to-back two-goal games against Merrimack (Dec. 30) and Air Force (Jan. 3) also tallying an assist against the Falcons … Named to the Toyota UConn Classic All-Tournament team … had his third multi-point game of the season against American International (Jan. 27), recording a goal and an assist … Recorded a goal against Sacred Heart (Mar. 7) during the first round of the Atlantic Hockey Tournament. 2007-08 (Freshman Season): Played in 36 games on the season... Totaled 17 points on the season including a team-high 15 assists, also good for fifth among freshmen in the Atlantic Hockey League... Ranked 11th in Atlantic Hockey in freshman scoring, tallying .52 pts/game... Tallied his first collegiate point in his first collegiate game with an assist... Scored his first collegiate goal against RIT (Jan. 26)... Recorded four multi-point games on the season against UMass (10/20), RIT (Jan. 25), Sacred Heart (Feb. 8) and Holy Cross (Feb. 29). Before UConn: Spent the 2006-07 season with the Langley Chiefs of the British Columbia Hockey League ... Played in 58 games, tallying 15 goals and 25 assists during the year ... Played for the Springfield Junior Blues of the NAHL in 2005-06, recording 10 goals and 26 assists in 57 games. Personal: Justin Carlos is the son of Carlos and Cheryl Hernandez ... born October 23, 1987 ... an economics major.

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UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years

Jason Krispel

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Senior • D • 6-0 • 200 Bayonne, N.J. Valley Jr. Warriors (EJHL)

Senior • F • 5-10 • 186 Cypress, Calif. Topeka RoadRunners (NAHL) Captain 2009-10 (Junior Season): Played in 33 games, recording three goals and 12 assists ... Notched his first point of the year on an assist at Bentley (Oct. 23) ... Recorded his first multi-point effort of the season and ninth of his career at Canisius (Nov. 14), tallying one goal and one assist ... Added an assist on UConn’s go-ahead goal at Air Force (Jan. 9) ... Tallied two assists against Sacred Heart (Jan. 29)... Tallied the tying goal and the gamewinning goal against Mercyhurst (Feb. 27) en route to UConn’s 3-2 overtime victory… Named team captain at the end-of-year banquet. 2008-09 (Sophomore Season): Played in 36 games on the season, missing just one … Recorded three goals and a teamhigh 25 assists and 28 points … His 25 assists ranks second on the UConn All-Time Single Season Assists list … Finished 26th nationally recording .69 assists per game … Ranked eighth in Atlantic Hockey with his 25 assists … Recorded a career high four assists against Army (Oct. 25) … Had his second multipoint game of the season at Brown (Nov. 29 ), recording his first goal of the year and two assists … Tallied two assists against Air Force (Jan. 3) and another two assists against Bentley (Jan. 14) … Recorded three helpers at American International (Feb. 17). 2007-08 (Freshman Season): Played in 35 total games as a freshman for the Huskies... Recorded seven goals and seven assists on the season, totaling 14 points... His seven goals ranked third on the team and second among UConn freshmen... Ranked 18th among freshmen in Atlantic hockey in scoring with .42 points per game... Recorded his first collegiate goal and point against Air Force (Nov. 17)... Tallied his first assist against Army (Feb. 1) on the lone UConn goal of the game... Recorded three multi-point games including one against Bentley (Feb. 16) in which he had a goal and two assists... Other multi-point games came against AIC (Feb. 22) and Sacred Heart (Mar. 8).

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Matt Miller

2009-10 (Junior Season): Played in 23 games as a junior, recording one goal and four assists ... Had the third multi-point effort of his career, tallying two assists against AIC (Nov. 6) ... Notched his first goal of the season against Canisius (Feb. 6) ... Added an assist on UConn’s lone goal against Mercyhurst (Feb. 26)… Named to the AHA All-Academic Team. 2008-09 (Sophomore Season): Played in 26 games on the season, recording two goals and three assists … Knocked in a short-handed game-winner for the Huskies in overtime against Bentley (Jan. 14) … Tallied a multi-point effort at American International (Feb. 17), recording a goal and an assist. 2007-08 (Freshman Season): Played 32 games as a freshman, recording one goal and seven assists... Lone goal of the season came against Sacred Heart (Mar. 7) in the Atlantic Hockey Tournament... Recorded first career point with an assist against Air Force (Nov. 17) on the overtime goal that won the game for the Huskies... Recorded his first career multi-point game against Sacred Heart (Mar. 7), notching a goal and an assist. Before UConn: Played two seasons with the Valley Junior Warriors of the EJHL ... Recorded five goals and 10 assists in 38 games in 2006-07, earning a spot in the EJHL All-Star game. Personal: Matthew Edward is the son of Theresa Miller ... born July 2, 1987 ... a communications major.

Before UConn: Played 2006-07 season with the Santa Fe Roadrunners of the NAHL ... Was the team’s second-leading scorer with 59 points (21 goals and 38 assists) in 62 games ... Spent 2005-06 season with Bozeman Ice Dogs of the NAHL, leading them to the National Championship game. Personal: Jason Matthew is the son of Raymond and Yvonne Krispel ... born March 6, 1987 ... a mechanical engineering major. YEAR 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 CAREER

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PEN/MIN 20/40 21/42 16/32 57/114

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UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years

Andrew Olson

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Brian Reagan

Senior • D • 5-9 • 175 Ballwin, Mo. Texas Tornado (NAHL)

Senior • F • 6-2 • 205 Alexandria, Minn. Des Moines Buccaneers (USHL) Captain 2009-10 (Junior Season): Appeared in all 37 games as a junior … Led the team in goals (9), points (19), power-play goals (4) and shots (116) … Finished third on the team with 10 assists... Recorded a point in three-straight games from Nov. 6 - Nov. 14 with two goals and an assist ... Assisted on the game winner against Army (Jan. 23) helping the Huskies to their first road win of the year ... Recorded a goal and an assist against Bentley (Feb. 19) ... Notched assists on the game tying and game-winning goals against Mercyhurst (Feb. 27) as the Huskies defeated the Lakers, 3-2, in overtime... Notched a goal and an assist against Bentley (Mar. 6) in the AHA quarterfinals… Put home a short-handed goal against RIT in the AHA playoffs… Earned the Coach John Chapman Award and was named a captain at the end-of-year banquet. 2008-09 (Sophomore Season): Played in 36 games on the season… Ranked second on the team in goals with 12 … Ranked fourth on the team in points with 21 (12 goals, nine assists) … Ranked 19th in the nation recording four-game winners … Ranked among the top-25 in Atlantic Hockey in goals scored and 15th for power-play goals (6) … Honored with the Coach John Chapman award that goes to the player that exemplifies the type of player that the late Coach Chapman would have wanted on his team … Started the season with a two-goal game at Alaska-Anchorage (Oct. 10) … Had back-to-back three point games in the first home series with Army (Oct. 24-25) recording a goal and two assists in game one and his first career hat trick in game two earning him Atlantic Hockey, Inside College Hockey and New England Hockey Journal Player of the Week honors … Recorded a point in each game against RIT (Nov. 21-22) … Had his fourth and fifth multipoint games of the year against AIC (Jan. 27 and Feb. 17). 2007-08 (Freshman Season): Recipient of the team’s Thomas Jacquard award... One of two freshmen to play in all 37 games... Led the team with 24 total points based on 14 goals and 10 assists... Ranked third among all freshmen in the Atlantic Hockey League... Ranked 16th in power-play goals with four on the season... Named Atlantic Hockey Rookie of the week (Oct. 22)... Started the season with back-to-back multi-point games (Oct. 19-20) scoring two goals in each… Scored his first career goal against AIC (Oct. 9)... Tallied points in 17 of the 37 games he played... Recorded eight multi-point games on the year, including four two-goal efforts coming against AIC (Oct. 19), UMass (Oct. 20), Air Force (Nov. 16), and RIT (Jan. 25).

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2009-10 (Junior Season): Appeared in 16 games, tallying one assist… Played in the first two games of the season before suffering a concussion... Returned to action at the Toyota UConn Classic (Dec. 29-30) ... Notched his first point of the season on an assist at Army (Jan. 23). 2008-09 (Sophomore Season): Played in 23 games during the season missing the rest due to injury … Recorded one goal and seven assists … Tallied his first career assist at AlaskaAnchorage (Oct. 10) in the season opener … Recorded helpers in each of the games against RIT (Nov. 21-22) … Recorded his only goal of the year against Air Force (Jan. 3) … After returning from an injury, recorded a point in four-straight games (Feb. 6 to Feb. 17). 2007-08 (Freshman Season): Played in 24 games for the Huskies... Recorded two goals for two points... Tallied one goal against Canisius (Jan. 11)... Scored the other goal on the power play against Bentley (Jan. 16). Before UConn: Spent two seasons playing for the Texas Tornado of the NAHL ... Saw action in 61 games in 2006-07 recording six goals and 22 assists ... Helped lead team to National Championship in 2005-06 ... Teammate of former Husky Michael Olmstead during national championship season. Personal: Brian Patrick is the son of Dennis and Susan Reagan ... born January 22, 1987 ... a communications major.

Before UConn: Spent two seasons with the Des Moines Buccaneers of the USHL ... played in 60 games in 2006-07, totalling 18 goals and 24 assists in 60 games ... Led team to USHL title in 2005-06. Personal: Andrew William is the son of Bill Olson and Mary Hammargren ... born June 16, 1987 ... a sociology major. YEAR 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 CAREER

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UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years

Jeff Sapieha

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Senior • F • 6-0 • 185 Syracuse, N.Y. Chicago Steel (USHL)

Senior • F • 6-0 • 208 Calgary, Alberta Okotoks Oilers (AJHL) Captain 2009-10 (Junior Season): Played in all 37 games as a junior … Finished the year with one goal and six assists ... Recorded his first point of the season on an assist at Ferris State (Oct. 17) ... Recorded his first goal of the year with the game winner against AIC (Nov. 6) ... Tallied an assist at Canisius (Nov. 14)… Recorded an assist against RIT in the AHA playoffs … Named captain at the end-of-year banquet. 2008-09 (Sophomore Season): Played in 30 games over the course of the season recording one goal and 10 assists … Started the season off with three assists in the series with Army (Oct. 24-25) … Tacked on back-to-back assist games at RIT (Jan. 9-10) … Had a career-high three-point game against Bentley (Feb. 27), recording his only goal of the season and a pair of assists. 2007-08 (Freshman Season): One of only two freshmen to play in all 37 games... Scored four goals and dished out five assists for a total of nine points on the season... Recorded his first collegiate point on a goal against AIC (Oct. 19) in his first game with the Huskies... Had his first multi-point game, scoring one goal and recording an assist against Sacred Heart (Feb. 8)... Also scored goals against Mercyhurst (Jan. 18) and against Sacred Heart (Mar. 7) in the Atlantic Hockey playoffs. Before UConn: Saw action in 56 games with the Okotoks Oilers of the Alberta Junior Hockey League in 2006-07 ... Was fourth on the team in scoring with 24 goals and 31 assists ... Led Oilers to the semifinals of AJHL playoffs recording five goals and 10 assists in 16 playoff games.

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Chris Spicer

2009-10 (Junior Season): Appeared in 17 games in 2009-10, recording one goal on the year ... Scored against Bentley (Oct. 23) 2008-09 (Sophomore Season): Played in six games during the season … Saw action against Alaska-Fairbanks (Oct. 11), Army (Oct. 24-25), Brown (Nov. 29), Merrimack (Dec. 30) and Air Force (Jan.3). 2007-08 (Freshman Season): Played in 26 games during his freshman year... Totaled 10 points on the season with three goals and seven assists... Scored the first point of his collegiate career on a goal against Union (Jan. 4)... Recorded his first collegiate assist against Canisius (Jan. 11)... Had two multi-point games, both on two assists and both coming a month apart against Sacred Heart (Feb. 8 and Mar. 8)... Also recorded a goal against Sacred Heart (Mar.9) during the Atlantic Hockey tournament. Before UConn: Played 16 games with Chicago Steel of the USHL in 2006-07, tallying one goal and two assists before suffering a season-ending injury ... Spent the previous two seasons with Sioux City Muskateers in USHL where he recorded 12 goals and 15 assists, and was a teammate of former Husky goaltender Beau Erickson. Personal: Christopher John is the son of Rick and Laura Spicer ... born March 16, 1987 ... an evolutionary biology major.

Personal: Jeff Scott is the son of Ernie and Deb Sapieha ... born April 25, 1986 ... an economics major.

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UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years

Josh Bernard

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Brad Cooper

Junior • D • 5-10 • 170 Boca Raton, Fla. Avon Old Farms (Div. 1 Prep)

Junior • F • 5-11 • 185 Fitchburg, Mass. Cushing Academy (Div. 1 Prep) 2009-10 (Sophomore Season): Saw action in 11 games as a sophomore, recording one goal ... Recorded his first point of the season with a game-winning goal against RIT (Jan. 16). 2008-09 (Freshman Season): Appeared in 10 games throughout the season, recording an assist at Sacred Heart (Dec. 2). Before UConn: A 2008 graduate of Cushing Academy (Division I) Prep School in Ashburnham, Mass. ... Second in scoring at Cushing with 15 goals and 22 assists for 37 points. Personal: Joshua John is the son of Jack and Sharon Bernard ... born October 12, 1989 ... an economics major.

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2009-10 (Sophomore Season): Appeared in 29 games on defense ... Recorded his first goal of the season on a shorthanded opportunity at Air Force (Jan. 8) ... Tallied his first assist of the year on a power-play goal by Marcello Ranallo at Holy Cross (Feb. 9) ... Recorded his first power-play goal and gamewinning goal of the year against Bentley (Feb. 19) ... Recorded two assists against Mercyhurst (Feb. 27). 2008-09 (Freshman Season): Played in 18 games during his freshman season, recording three goals and three assists … Tallied his first career assist against RIT (Nov. 21) … Scored goals in back-to-back games against Sacred Heart (Jan. 6) and RIT (Jan. 9). Before UConn: A 2008 graduate from Avon Old Farms Prep School in Avon, Conn... Helped Avon win back-to-back New England Division I Prep School Championships in 2006-2007 and 2007-2008... Recorded three goals and 15 assists in 28 games in 2007-2008 season... Was part of a stellar defense at Avon leading the team to a 27-1 record. Personal: Bradley Nicholas is the son of Bob and Liz Cooper ... born June 1, 1989 ... a sociology major.

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UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years

Corey Jendras

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Junior • D • 5-10 • 175 Northville, Mich. South Shore Kings (EJHL)

Junior • F • 5-11 • 193 Abingdon, Md. Topeka RoadRunners (NAHL) 2009-10 (Sophomore Season): Saw action in 19 games ... Finished the season with one goal on 21 shots … Scored his only goal of the year at RIT (Oct. 30). 2008-09 (Freshman Season): Played in 24 games recording nine points on three goals and six assists during his freshman campaign … Recorded his first career point against RIT (Nov. 21) … Tallied back-to-back points against American International (Jan. 27) and Holy Cross (Jan. 30) … Recorded the gametying goal at Bentley during the final regular season game (Feb. 28) to help the Huskies end their regular season on a threegame undefeated streak. Before UConn: Played two seasons with the Santa Fe/Topeka Roadrunners of the NAHL ... Led his team in scoring with 69 points and was a plus-23, good enough for ninth in the NAHL overall league scoring ... Tied for seventh overall in NAHL goals scored with 30 ... Led the NAHL with 17 power-play goals in 2007-08 ... Ranked third in the league in shots on goal with 229 shots in 57 games ... Helped lead team to NAHL Robertson Cup Tournament (NAHL Championship) ... Was a former teammate of current Husky Jason Krispel in 2006-2007 at Santa Fe. Personal: Corey A. is the son of Tom and Linda Jendras ... born March 23, 1987 ... a communications major.

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Daniel Naurato

2009-10 (Sophomore Season): Appeared in 25 games as a sophomore … Tallied four goals and seven assists on the year … Scored the first goal of the season for UConn at Ferris State (Oct. 16) … Tallied a pair of assists in a 2-1 victory over RIT (Jan. 16) … Recorded a short-handed goal against Princeton (Jan. 25) … Notched a power-play goal against Canisius (Feb. 6). 2008-09 (Freshman Season): Played in 34 games on the season, recording four goals and four assists … Earned his first career point with an assist against Army (Oct. 25) … Scored his first career goal against Air Force (Dec. 29) at the Toyota UConn Classic … Recorded assists in back-to-back games at American International (Jan. 27) and against Holy Cross (Jan. 30) … Had his first career multi-point game tallying two assists against American International (Feb. 17) … Recorded goals in back-to-back games against Canisius (Feb. 21) and Bentley (Feb. 27). Before UConn: Played for the South Shore Kings of the EJHL in 2007-08 ... Led his team in scoring with 61 points in 45 games ... Was second overall in EJHL scoring in 2007-2008 while leading the league with 41 assists ... Older brother Brandon played hockey at the University of Michigan. Personal: Daniel Anthony is the son of Dan and Karen Naurato ... born November 18, 1987 ... a psychology major.

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UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years

Marcello Ranallo

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Bobby Reiners

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Junior • D • 5-11 • 200 Grosse Ile, Mich. Des Moines Buccaneers (USHL)

Junior • F • 5-11 • 185 Burnaby, B.C. Alberni Valley Bulldogs (BCHL) 2009-10 (Sophomore Season): Appeared in all 37 games as a sophomore, tallying two goals and six assists for eight points ... Recorded his first point of the year on a power-play/gamewinning goal against AIC (Nov. 7) ... Recorded an assist in the following game at Canisius (Nov. 14) ... Notched an assist on UConn’s first power play goal of the game at Air Force (Jan. 9) ... Tallied assists at Army (Jan. 23) and against Sacred Heart (Jan. 30) ... Notched a power-play goal at Holy Cross (Feb. 9) ... Added an assist on a power-play goal against Bentley (Feb. 19).

2009-10 (Sophomore Season): Played in 12 games as a sophomore on defense, taking five shots on the year ... Suffered a season-ending injury at Army.

2008-09 (Freshman Season): Was one of two players to play in all 37 games on the season, and the only freshman to do so … Recorded six goals and 16 assists … His 16 assists put him third on the UConn Freshman Assists List while his 22 points earned him fifth place on the UConn Freshman Point Scorers List … Ranked 38th nationally among rookie scorers tallying .59 points per game … Earned his first career goal and assist against Army (Oct. 24) … Finished the weekend of the Army series with two goals and three assists which earned him Atlantic Hockey Rookie of the Week honors … Had his third multi-point game of the season at Brown (Nov. 29) where he tallied a goal and two assists and earned AHA Rookie of the Week honors for the second time … Recorded a point in four-straight games (Nov. 22 to Dec. 5) … Recorded a point in nine out of the 20 second-half games.

Before UConn: Played three seasons for the Des Moines Buccaneers of the USHL... Helped lead his team to the 2006 Clark Cup (USHL Championship)... In 60 games, he scored one goal and added six assists... Also played for the Green Bay Gamblers and Lincoln Stars of the USHL... Captained his team in the 2007-08 campaign... Played with current Husky, Andrew Olson in Des Moines in 2005-2006.

2008-09 (Freshman Season): Played in 21 games during his freshman season, recording two goals and two assists … Scored his first-career goal at Brown (Nov. 29) … Recorded points in back-to-back games against Canisius (Feb. 21) and Bentley (Feb. 27) … Tallied an assist in the Atlantic Hockey First Round game at Sacred Heart (Mar. 7).

Personal: Robert Edsel is the son of Robert and Donna Reiners ... born October 30, 1987 ... a mechanical engineering major.

Before UConn: Played three years of junior “A” in the BCHL… First played with the Langley Hornets and then spent two seasons with the Alberni Valley Bulldogs... He was second on his team in points in 2007-08 with 16 goals and 38 assists for 54 points in 60 games. Personal: Marcello Claudio is the son of Claudio and Lidia Ranallo ... born April 23, 1987 ... a geography major.

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PTS 22 8 30

PEN/MIN 4/19 11/22 15/41

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G 2 0 2

A 2 0 2

PTS 4 0 4

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Chris 4 Waterstradt

Sean Ambrosie

Sophomore • F • 6-2 • 185 Moorehead, Minn. Prince George Spruce Kings (BCHL)

R-Junior • D • 6-3 • 210 Tulsa, Okla. Springfield Jr. Blues (NAHL) 2009-10 (R-Sophomore Season): Played in 30 games in 2009-10 … Registered four goals and six assists ... Recorded his first point of the season, assisting on a power play goal at Air Force (Jan. 9) to tie the game ... Aided on UConn’s first goal in a 2-1 victory over RIT (Jan. 16) ... Recorded a three-point weekend against Sacred Heart (Jan. 29-30), notching a goal and an assist in game one and adding an assist in game two … Tallied the first goal of the game for the Huskies at Holy Cross (Feb. 9) ... Had the second multi-point game of his career against Bentley (Feb. 19), recording a short-handed goal and a power-play assist on the night ... Notched a power-play goal to get the Huskies on the board en route to a comeback win over Mercyhurst (Feb. 27). 2008-09 (R-Freshman Season): Played in 24 games on the season, recording four goals and five assists … Knocked in the first goal of his career against Army (Oct. 24) … Tallied a point in three-straight games (Feb. 7 to Feb. 14), recording a goal and two helpers during that time … Added assists in back-to-back games with Canisius (Feb. 20-21) … Recorded a goal in the first round of the Atlantic Hockey Tournament at Sacred Heart (Mar. 7). 2007-08 (Freshman Season): Redshirt Season Before UConn: Played 58 games for the Springfield Junior Blues of the NAHL in 2006-07 ... Recorded five goals and 17 assists for the Blues ... Was a member of the 2005-06 Dallas Stars Midget AAA team that won the Rocky Mountain District Championship.

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2009-10 (Freshman Season): Played in all 37 games on the year ... Recorded 18 points on seven goals and a team-high 11 assists ... Led the team with four power-play goals … Recorded his first assist (Oct.16) and goal (Oct.17) of the season at Ferris State ... Tallied the first multi-point effort of his career at Bentley (Oct. 23) ... Recorded back-to-back two-assist efforts against AIC (Nov. 7) and at Canisius (Nov. 14) ... Notched the Huskies’ lone goal of the UConn Classic against Bentley (Dec. 29) ... Recorded a goal at Army (Jan. 23) to help the Huskies to their first road victory of the year ... Notched his first short-handed point at Princeton (Jan. 25) with an assist ... Tallied a power-play goal against Sacred Heart (Jan. 30) and added an assist on powerplay goals against Canisius (Feb. 5) and at Holy Cross (Feb. 9) ... Presented with the Thomas Jacquard Award at the team’s end-of-year banquet… Named to the AHA All-Academic Team. Before UConn: Played for the Prince George Spruce Kings of the British Columbia Hockey League where he led the team in scoring during the regular season (20 goals and 39 assists for 59 points) and during the playoffs (two goals and six assists) in just five games … Started junior hockey with the Winnipeg South Blues of the Manitoba Hockey League after finishing a very successful high school career for Moorhead, Minnesota … At Winnipeg, finished with 24 goals and 29 assists for 53 points … His 24 goals were good enough for second on the team. Personal: Sean William is the son of Rod and Diane Ambrosie … born June 14, 1989 … an accounting major.

Personal: Chris C. is the son of Marsha and Bob Waterstradt ... born May 16, 1987 ... a political science major.

YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 CAREER

GP 24 30 54

G 4 4 8

A 5 6 11

PTS 9 10 19

PEN/MIN 4/8 8/19 12/27

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G 7

A 11

PTS 18

PEN/MIN 13/26

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Garrett Bartus

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James Gallagher

Sophomore • G • 6-2 • 190 St. Charles, Ill. St. Louis Bandits (NAHL) 2009-10 (Freshman Season): Joined the team midway through the season … Started in all 20 games he played … Finished the season with a 5-14-1 record to go along with a 3.26 goals against average and a .900 save percentage … Set a Connecticut single-game record with 57 saves in a 2-2 tie against Air Force (Jan. 9) … Earned his first win as a Husky in a 2-1 victory over RIT (Jan. 16) … Recorded 27 saves in UConn’s 2-1 victory over Bentley in the AHA quarterfinals (Mar. 6) … Named AHA Rookie and Goaltender of the Week after his performance against Bentley … Named Team MVP at the end-of-year banquet. Before UConn: Played three seasons with Mahoning Valley of the North American Hockey League and half of a season with the St. Louis Bandits of the NAHL. Personal: Garrett A. is the son of Edward and Linda Bartus… born October 19, 1989... an exploratory major. YEAR G 2009-10 20

Min GAA 1122 3.26

W 5

L 14

T 1

SV 552

GA 61

Evan Carriere

Pct. .900

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Sophomore • F • 6-2 • 196 Ottawa, Ontario Northern Cyclones (AJHL) 2009-10 (Freshman Season): Played in 28 games, recording 23 shots with one goal and two assists … First collegiate goal came against RIT (Mar. 12) in the AHA playoffs. Before UConn: Played three seasons for the Northern Cyclones of the AJHL, where he was third on the team in scoring with 57 points in just 29 games played due to a fractured jaw … Finished his career with the Cyclones with an impressive 69 goals and 73 assists for 142 points in 116 games played. Personal: Evan J. is the son of Ron and Debbie Carriere… born June 28, 1988 … an English major.

YEAR 2009-10

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PTS 3

PEN/MIN 4/8

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Sophomore • F • 6-2 • 197 Marquette, Mich. Marquette Rangers (NAHL) 2009-10 (Freshman Season): Played in all 37 games, recording three goals and six assists on the year ... Tallied the first point of his career in the first game of his career on an assist at Ferris State (Oct. 16) ... Recorded his first career goal against AIC (Nov. 7) ... Recorded a power-play goal at Air Force (Jan. 9) ... Aided on the game-winner against RIT (Jan. 16) ... Named to the AHA All-Academic Team. Before UConn: Played three seasons with the Marquette Rangers of the NAHL, where his point production increased every year, starting at 32 points in 2007, continuing to 40 points in 2008 and finishing with 53 points in 2009 for a career total of 125 points … In 2008-09, he finished second on his team in scoring with 25 goals and 28 assists … Also finished in the top-10 in power play goals with nine. Personal: James Alan is the son of James and Jackie Gallagher… born March 10, 1988... a pre-business major. YEAR 2009-10

GP 37

G 3

A 6

PTS 9

PEN/MIN 9/18


UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years

Alex Gerke

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Sophomore • D • 5-10 • 170 Tomah, Wisc. Bismark Bobcats (NAHL) 2009-10 (Freshman Season): Played in 35 games as a freshman, recording four goals and six assists for 10 points... Recorded five points in six games from Nov. 6 to Nov. 21... Recorded the first point of his collegiate career on an assist at Merrimack (Oct. 25) ... Tallied his first collegiate goal against AIC (Nov. 6) ... Notched a power-play goal against Air Force (Jan. 9) to help the Huskies to a one-goal lead ... Recorded assists against Canisius (Feb. 6) and at Bentley (Feb. 20) … Named to the Atlantic Hockey All-Rookie Team. Before UConn: Started the year with the Tri-City Storm of the USHL and finished with the Bismarck Bobcats of the NAHL where he helped guide the team to the Robertson Cup Tournament and an impressive two goals, 17 assists and a plus-13 in 34 games ... Before Tri-City, he played in the CSHL for the Dubuque Thunderbirds where he finished with 17 goals and 28 assists for 45 points, first in the league amongst scoring defenseman. Personal: Alex James Miles is the son of Jim and Sharon Gerke… born October 16, 1988… a pre-business major. YEAR 2009-10

GP 35

G 4

A 6

PTS 10

Matt Grogan

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Tom Janosz

Sophomore • D • 6-1 • 190 Elma, N.Y. Surrey Eagles (BCHL) 2009-10 (Freshman Season): Played in all 37 games, recording one goal and five assists for six ... Scored his first collegiate goal against RIT (Jan. 16) to give the Huskies a 1-0 lead ... Recorded assists in back-to-back games against Sacred Heart (Jan. 29-30) ... Added an assist on a shorthanded goal against Bentley (Feb. 19)...Aided on the game winning goal against Bentley (Mar. 6) in the AHA quarterfinals. Before UConn: Played for the Surrey Eagles of the British Columbia Hockey League where he finished with five goals and 20 assists for 25 points as a defenseman … In 2007-08, played for the Ohio Junior Blue Jackets of the USHL where he finished with two goals and nine assists for 11 points in just 29 games. Personal: Thomas Paul is the son of Robert and Dinah Janosz... born June 17, 1988… an exploratory major YEAR 2009-10

GP 37

G 1

A 5

PTS 6

PEN/MIN 11/22

PEN/MIN 15/30

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R-Freshman • G • 5-10 • 170 Gilbert, Ariz. Bismark Bobcats (NAHL)

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Miles Winter

R-Sophomore • F • 6-3 • 215 Horsham, Pa. Quinnipiac University (NCAA) 2009-10 (Sophomore Season): Did not play

2009-10 (Freshman Season): Did not play as a freshman.

2008-09 (Freshman Season at Quinnipiac): Saw action in eight games on the season.

Before UConn: Played for the Bismarck Bobcats of the NAHL for the past two seasons finishing the 2008 season with fellow Husky Alex Gerke … In 2008, he was among the top-five in goalie statistics, posting a 2.17 GAA and a .925 save percentage … Spent just over 1,900 minutes between the pipes for the Bobcats recording 21 wins ... During the playoffs he posted an impressive 1.96 GAA and a .923 save percentage.

Before UConn: Transferred to UConn after a year with the Quinnipiac Bobcats of the ECAC ... Before Quinnipiac, played two seasons for the Mahoning Valley Phantoms of the NAHL … Finished his two years there with 46 goals and 59 assists for 105 points in 114 games played.

Personal: Miles David is the son of Michelle Winter ... born JanuPersonal: Matthew Thomas is the son of Bryan and Laurie Gro- ary 4, 1988 ... a communications major gan… born July 7, 1998… a pre-kinesiology major. YEAR 2008-09

GP 8

G 0

A 0

PTS 0

PEN/MIN 0/0

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UNIVERSITY OF- NEWCOMERS CONNECTICUT STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years

Rob Behling

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Freshman • G • 6-2 • 185 Pittsburgh, Pa. Cobourg Cougars (CCHL)

Brant Harris

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Freshman • F • 6-1 • 185 Estevan, Saskatchewan Melfort Mustangs (SJHL)

Before UConn: Played for the Cobourg Cougars of the Central Canadian Hockey League, finishing the season with a 9-11-2 record to go along with a .871 save percentage… Played three years at Mt. Lebanon High… Pittsburgh Post Gazette South Athlete of the Year… Attended USA Hockey Nationals in 2004, 2006 and 2007… Starting goalie in the PIHL All-Star Game in 2007 and 2008... National Honor Society member.

Before UConn: Played for the Estevan Bruins and Melfort Mustangs of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League and is the first Saskatchewan-born player to be a part of the Husky hockey program… Finished the season third on the team in scoring with 17 goals and 34 assists for 51 points in 51 games… Traded at the deadline as Melfort was looking for a scoring threat heading into the playoffs.

Personal: Robert J. is the son of Bob and Diane Behling… born October 15, 1989... a marketing major.

Personal: Brant Shay is the son of Brad and Marilyn Harris… born October 8, 1989... an exploratory major.

Rui Encarnaco

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Freshman • F • 6-1 • 185 White Plains, N.Y. Janesville Jets (NAHL) Before UConn: Named a Scholar Athlete as a sophomore in high school… Played for the Janesville Jets of the North American Hockey League where he finished first on his team in goals and points with 27 goals and 25 assists for 52 points… Finished in the league’s top-20 in goals and points... The first-ever Janesville Jet to commit to a Division I school… A member of the Honor Roll allfour years of high school. Personal: Rui J. is the son of Rui and Annemarie Encarnaco… born July 17, 1990... a pre-kinesiology major.

Billy Latta

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Freshman • F • 5-8 • 170 West Chester, Pa. Chicago Steel (USHL) Before UConn: Played for the Chicago Steel of the United States Hockey League where he finished with six goals and 10 assists for 16 points and a plus-two rating in 42 games… Previously played for the Philadelphia Jr. Flyers U-18 team… Led his team to the 2007 State Championship… Daily Local News 2007 Player of the Year… A member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Billy P. is the son of Peter and Robin Latta… born July 16, 1990... an exploratory major.

Cole 24 Schneider Freshman • F • 6-2 • 185 Williamsville, N.Y. TopekaRoadRunners (NAHL) Before UConn: Played for the Topeka RoadRunners of the North American Hockey League… Finished eleventh in the league in goals despite playing 25 games fewer than the league leaders… Finished the season with 25 goals and 14 assists for 39 points in only 29 games… Recorded 11 points in nine NAHL playoff games. Personal: Cole Peter is the son of Peter and Sally Schneider… born August 26, 1990... an exploratory major.

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UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES- NEWCOMERS 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years

Grant Scott

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R-Sophomore • D • 6-2 • 210 Swickley, Pa. Fargo Force (USHL) 2008-09 (Freshman Season at University of Minnesota): Appeared in one game for the Golden Gophers. Before UConn: Played for the Fargo Force of the USHL… Had seven points in 24 games with a plus-five rating with the Force… Before Fargo, played two seasons with the U.S. National Team Development Program.

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Jordan Sims

Freshman • F • 5-11 • 185 Fort Wayne, Ind. Langley Chiefs (BCHL) Before UConn: Played for the Langley Chiefs of the British Columbia Hockey League where he finished the regular season with 15 goals and 19 assists for 34 points in 58 games… Tallied seven points in 10 playoff games, including four goals… A member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Jordan Ryan is the son of Al and Sue Sims… born December 28, 1989... a pre-business major.

Personal: Walter Grant is the son of Grant and Cynthia Scott… born January 7, 1990... an exploratory major.

Mapping Out The Huskies Arizona Matt Grogan California Jason Krispel Canada Alberta Jeff Sapieha British Columbia Marcello Ranallo Saskatchewan Brant Harris Ontario Evan Carriere Florida Brad Cooper Indiana Jordan Sims Illinois Garrett Bartus Maryland Corey Jendras Massachusetts Stevie Bergin Josh Bernard

Bobby Reiners Minnesota Sean Ambrosie Andrew Olson Missouri Brian Reagan New Jersey Matt Miller New York Rui Encarnaco Tom Janosz Cole Schneider Chris Spicer Oklahoma Chris Waterstradt Pennsylvania Rob Behling Billy Latta Grant Scott Miles Winter Wisconsin Alex Gerke

Michigan James Gallagher Justin Hernandez Daniel Naurato

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UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT MEET THE 2010-11 UCONN HUSKIES 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years

Tom Janosz #3

Alex Gerke #2

Chris Waterstradt #4

Grant Scott #5

Jordan Sims #7

Matt Miller #8

Dan Naurato #10

Miles Winter #11

Bobby Reiners #12

Evan Carriere #13

Jim Gallagher #14

Sean Ambrosie #15

Billy Latta #16

Rui Encarnaco #17

Chris Spicer #18

Corey Jendras #19

Marcello Ranallo #20

Jason Krispel #21

Brian Reagan #22

Brant Harris #23

Cole Schneider #24

Josh Bernard #25

Jeff Sapieha #27

Brad Cooper #28

Garrett Bartus #29

Matt Grogan #30

Andrew Olson #33

Justin Hernandez #9

Head Coach Bruce Marshall

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Stevie Bergin #26

Rob Behling #35 Assistant Coaches (L-R): Joe Dumais Josh Robinson Mike Coppola


UNIVERSITY 2009-10 SEASON REVIEWOF CONNECTICUT 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years The UConn men’s hockey program finished 2009-10 with a 7-27-3 record highlighted by a first round victory over Bent## Name GP G A Pts Shots No-Min PP SH ley in the Atlantic Hockey playoffs. The Huskies traveled to 23 Olson, Andrew 37 9 10 19 116 26-68 4 1 Bentley for the opening round and came away with a 2-1 15 Ambrosie, Sean 37 7 11 18 82 13-26 4 0 21 Krispel, Jason 33 3 12 15 50 22-44 1 0 victory sparked by the game-winning goal from junior Justin 9 Hernandez, Justin 35 8 5 13 59 12-32 2 0 Hernandez (Farmington Hills, Mich.). The Huskies took a 1-0 10 Naurato, Daniel 25 4 7 11 42 9-18 1 1 2 Gerke, Alex 35 4 6 10 60 15-30 2 0 lead in the first period with a goal from junior Andrew Olson 4 Waterstradt, Chris 30 4 6 10 55 8-19 1 1 (Alexandria, Minn.). Bentley evened the score at one only to 7 Coppola, Mike 37 4 5 9 48 20-48 0 1 14 Gallagher, Jim 37 3 6 9 55 9-18 2 0 have Hernandez net the game winner 33 seconds later. The 20 Ranallo, Marcello 37 2 6 8 60 11-22 2 0 Huskies would carry that momentum into the first game of the 27 Sapieha, Jeff 37 1 6 7 47 10-36 0 0 3 Janosz, Tom 37 1 5 6 32 11-22 0 0 AHA Quarterfinals, taking top-seeded RIT into overtime before 28 Cooper, Brad 29 2 3 5 27 15-30 1 1 falling, 4-3. RIT, eventual Frozen Four competitors, would go 8 Miller, Matt 23 1 4 5 29 16-32 0 0 13 Carriere, Evan 28 1 2 3 24 4-8 0 0 on to end the Huskies season in the second game with a 4-1 5 Olinyk, Brendan 21 1 1 2 24 7-14 0 0 defeat. 24 Turner, Matt 19 1 1 2 12 11-30 0 0

Final Statistics

Connecticut celebrated a milestone in the last game of the regular season as Head Coach Bruce Marshall earned his 300th victory at the helm of UConn hockey. Marshall led UConn to a 3-2 overtime victory over Mercyhurst at Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum on February 27, 2010. UConn showed heart and grit in the final game, rallying from two goals down. Junior Jason Krispel (Cypress, Calif.) was the difference maker as he put home the game-tying goal with 35 seconds remaining in regulation before tallying the game winner a mere 42 seconds into overtime. Krispel has been selected as a captain of the 2010-11 Huskies. Joining Krispel with the “C” on their sweaters this season will be Andrew Olson and forward Jeff Sapieha (Calgary, Alberta).

25 19 18 29 17 22 26 16 12 6 29

Bernard, Josh Jendras, Corey Spicer, Chris Larson, Jeff Pedemonti, Matt Reagan, Brian Bergin, Stevie Mcauley, Pat Reiners, Bobby Winter, Miles Bartus, Garrett TOTAL

12 19 17 15 12 16 37 5 12 1 20 37

## 29 29 35

Name GP-GS Bartus, Garrett 20-20 Larson, Jeff 15-12 Mcinnis, Brad 9-5

1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 59

0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 99

Time 1122:11 798:10 306:50

1 7 1 21 1 16 1 0 1 7 1 9 0 16 0 5 0 5 0 0 0 1 198 909

4-8 0 8-16 0 7-14 0 0-0 0 4-8 0 2-4 0 9-18 0 1-2 0 3-6 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 261-581 20

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

GA 61 46 24

Saves Pct 55 2.90 397 .896 179 .882

W 5 2 0

Avg 3.26 3.46 4.69

GW 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 L 14 9 4

T 1 2 0

UConn struggled to find consistency with a demanding nonconference schedule combined with the challenging play in the Atlantic Hockey Association (AHA). Coach Bruce Marshall took UConn on a six-game road trip to start the season and consequently suffered six losses in a row. UConn opened with a pair of games at Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) power Ferris State before traveling to face an up-and-coming Merrimack (Hockey East) squad with AHA games against Bentley and RIT thrown in the mix. Connecticut followed the six-game losing streak with a pair of victories at Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum over American International. UConn earned 3-1 and 4-1 victories over the Yellow Jackets. Following the first two victories of the season, the Huskies suffered a 13-game winless streak. Midway through that stretch, UConn welcomed goaltender Garrett Bartus (St. Charles, Ill.) to the team. Bartus made a remarkable impression as he set a new UConn record in only his third appearance in the UConn blue and white. Bartus led the Huskies to a 2-2 tie at Air Force with 57 saves, breaking the old record of 54 set in 2001 by Artie Imbriano. Bartus was a dose of energy for the Huskies as he finished with a respectable 3.26 goals against average, including a 3.02 goals against average in Atlantic Hockey play. Bartus also recorded a .900 save percentage and was named the team’s MVP at the end-of-year banquet.

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Connecticut finished the season with a 6-19-3 record in Atlantic Hockey contests. The Huskies were led on offense by Olson. Olson finished his junior season with nine goals and 10 assists for 19 points. He was named a captain and earned the Coach John Chapman Award for the second-consecutive season at the


UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT 2009-10 SEASON REVIEW 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years Joining him on the All-Academic Team were freshman James Gallagher (Pre-Business Major), junior Matt Miller (Communications Major) and senior Brendan Olinyk (Management Major). The four players earned the award for garnering a 3.0 grade point average or higher during each semester. Olinyk was no stranger to the award as he finished his career as a four-time All-Academic Team selection.

2009-10 Connecticut Hockey Results 7-27-3, `6-19-3 Atlantic Hockey

#2 Alex Gerke team’s end-of-year banquet. Right behind Olson was freshman Sean Ambrosie (Moorhead, Minn.) with seven goals and 11 assists for 18 points. Ambrosie finished the season tied with Olson for the team lead with four power-play goals. Ambrosie was honored with the team’s Thomas Jacquard Award. He led the UConn freshmen in nearly all offensive categories. Along with Bartus, the freshman class also produced a 2010 AHA All-Rookie Team selection in Alex Gerke (Tomah, Wisc.). Gerke performed well on the UConn blue line in his first season of college hockey. He finished the year with four goals and six assists for 10 points. He teamed with junior Stevie Bergin (Groton, Mass.) to create the top defensive pairing for the Huskies. Bergin was presented with the Seventh Player Award at the team’s end-of-year banquet. Seniors Brendan Olinyk and Michael Coppola each finished their playing careers in 2009-10. Olinyk graduated with eight goals and 11 assists for 19 points in 95 games as a Husky. Coppola ended his playing career as the all-time leader in games played with 140. For his career, he tallied 22 goals and 24 assists for 46 points. Coppola has joined the coaching staff this season as a volunteer assistant coach. The men’s hockey team also saw four players awarded for their excellence in the classroom. Ambrosie, an accounting major, was named to the Atlantic Hockey Association AllAcademic Team to cap his impressive freshman campaign.

OCTOBER October 16 17 23 25 30 31

at at at at at at

November 6 7 14 15 20 21 24 28

AIC* AIC* at Canisius* at Canisius* AIR FORCE* AIR FORCE* at Holy Cross* at Brown

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

December 4 5 29 30

at Mercyhurst* at Mercyhurst* BENTLEY*% UNION%

L, L, L, L,

January 8 9 15 16 22 23 25 29 30

at Air Force* at Air Force* RIT* RIT* at Army* at Army* at Princeton SACRED HEART* SACRED HEART*

February 5 6 9 19 20 26 27

CANISIUS* CANISIUS* at Holy Cross* BENTLEY* at Bentley* MERCYHURST* MERCYHURST*

March 6 12 13

at Bentley% at RIT% at RIT%

Ferris State Ferris State Bentley* Merrimack RIT* RIT*

L, L, L, L, L, L,

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

5-0 3-1 4-1 7-0

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

3-1 5-2 3-2 4-1 4-2 5-1 3-2

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

*- Denotes Atlantic Hockey Game $- Toyota UConn Classic %- Denotes Atlantic Hockey Playoff Game

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UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT ATLANTIC HOCKEY 2009-10 REVIEW 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years

2009-10 ATLANTIC HOCKEY STANDINGS Conference Pts. GP RIT 45 28 Sacred Heart 35 28 Air Force 34 28 Mercyhurst 33 28 Canisius 30 28 Army 26 28 Holy Cross 25 28 Bentley 23 28 Connecticut 15 28 American Int’l 14 28

Record 22- 5- 1 16- 9- 3 14- 8- 6 15-10- 3 13-11- 4 10-12- 6 10-13- 5 10-15- 3 6-19- 3 5-19- 4

Win% .804 .625 .607 .589 .536 .464 .446 .411 .268 .250

Overall GF GA GP 109 51 41 99 86 38 86 70 37 103 70 38 97 89 37 80 83 36 70 74 37 78 105 35 48 91 37 59 110 33

Record 28-12- 1 21-13- 4 16-15- 6 15-20- 3 17-15- 5 11-18- 7 12-19- 6 12-19- 4 7-27- 3 5-24- 4

Win % GF GA .695 145 90 .605 131 123 .514 103 96 .434 121 118 .527 125 122 .403 98 114 .405 87 102 .400 94 123 .230 59 135 .212 69 131

2009-10 ATLANTIC HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP First Round (March 5-6) at #7 Holy Cross 4, #10 American Int’l 1 #9 Connecticut 2, vs. #8 Bentley 1 Quarterfinals (March 12-13) #1 RIT vs.#8 Connecticut (RIT, 2-0) #2 Sacred Heart vs. #7 Holy Cross (SH, 2-0) #3 Air Force vs. #6 Army (AF, 2-0) #4 Cansius vs. #5 Mercyhurst (CC, 2-0) Semifinals (March 19) #1 RIT 4, #4 Cansius 0 #2 Sacred Heart 2 #3 Air Force 1 Final (March 20) #1 RIT 6, #2 Sacred Heart 1 Player of the Week Mar. 8 Justin Hernandez

Goalie of the Week Mar. 8 Garrett Bartus Nov. 9 Jeff Larson

Rookie of the Week Mar. 8 Garrett Bartus Oct. 19 Sean Ambrosie

2009-10 REGULAR SEASON AWARDS PLAYER OF THE YEAR Cory Conacher - Canisius

REGULAR SEASON GOALTENDING Jared DeMichiel - RIT

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Chris Tanev - RIT

REGULAR SEASON SCORING TROPHY Cory Conacher - Canisius

COACH OF THE YEAR (Sponsored By Nike-Bauer) C.J. Marottolo - Sacred Heart

INDIVIDUAL SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD Chris Risi - Mercyhurst

TEAM SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD Army Dave Jarman - Sacred Heart REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS BEST DEFENSEMAN Rochester Institute of Technology (Sponsored By Andover Tape) Dan Rinwald - RIT

2009-10 ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS FIRST TEAM Forwards Jacques Lamoureux, Air Force Nick Johnson, Sacred Heart Cory Conacher, Canisius Defensemen Tim Kirby, Air Force Dan Ringwald, RIT Goaltender Jared DeMichiel, RIT

SECOND TEAM Forwards Cody Omilusik, Army Brandon Coccimigilio, Mercyhurst Andrew Favot, RIT Defensemen Carl Hudson, Canisius Marcel Alvarez, Army Goaltender Andrew Volkening, Air Force

2009-10 ALL-ROOKIE TEAM

Forwards Adam Pleskach, AIC Joe Campanelli, Bentley Eric Delong, Sacred Heart

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Defensemen Alex Gerke, Connecticut Chris Tanev, RIT Goaltender Steven Legatto, Sacred Heart

2009-10 ATLANTIC HOCKEY FINAL STATISTICS (ALL GAMES) 2009-10 SCORING LEADERS

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

Player Cory Conacher, Canisius Nick Johnson, Sacred Heart Dave Jarman, Sacred Heart Cameron Burt, RIT Andrew Favot, RIT Jacques Lamoureux, Air Force Vincent Scarsella, Canisius Patrick Knowlton,Sacred Heart Josh Heidinger, Canisius Dan Ringwald, RIT

Cl. JR. SR SR SO JR JR JR JR SR SR

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player Jared DeMichiel, RIT Andrew Volkening, Air Force Ryan Zapolski, Mercyhurst Thomas Tysowsky,Holy Cross Jay Clark, Army

G 20 27 13 16 13 22 11 13 11 11

A 33 25 36 31 33 20 30 26 28 26

Pts. 53 52 49 47 46 42 41 39 39 37

PPG 1.51 1.37 1.29 1.18 1.15 1.14 1.11 1.05 1.05 .90

2009-10 GOALTENDING LEADERS Cl. SR SR JR FR JR

GA 79 88 99 83 95

Svs. Sv% 920 .921 989 .918 1109 .918 839 .910 937 .908

2009-10 TEAM STATISTICAL LEADERS

Offense (Goal/Goals Per Game) 1. RIT......................................................................................145/3.54 2. Sacred Heart......................................................................131/3.45 3. Canisius..............................................................................125/3.38 4. Mercyhurst..........................................................................121/3.18 5. Air Force.............................................................................103/2.78 6. Army....................................................................................98/2.72 7. Bentley................................................................................94/2.69 8. Holy Cross..........................................................................87/2.35 9. American Int’l......................................................................69/2.09 10. Connecticut.........................................................................59/1.59 Defense (Goals Against/Goals Against Per Game) 1. RIT........................................................................................90/2.20 2. Air Force...............................................................................96/2.59 3. Holy Cross............................................................................102/2.76 4. Mercyhurst............................................................................118/3.11 5. Army......................................................................................114/3.17 6. Sacred Heart.........................................................................123/3.24 7. Canisius................................................................................122/3.30 8. Bentley..................................................................................123/3.51 9. Connecticut...........................................................................135/3.65 10. American Int’l......................................................................131/3.97 Power Play 1. Canisius 2. RIT 3. Air Force 4. Sacred Heart 5. Army 6. Holy Cross 7. Bentley 8. Mercyhurst 9. American Int’l 10. Connecticut

Totals 45/205 50/235 36/181 33/175 33/200 27/168 30/195 27/202 15/130 20/176

SHGA 5 6 4 8 5 7 4 4 6 3

PP% 22.0 21.3 19.9 18.9 16.5 16.1 15.4 13.4 11.5 11.4

Penalty Kill 1. Air Force 2. RIT 3. Holy Cross 4. Army 5. American Int’l 6. Bentley 7. Connecticut 8. Mercyhurst 9. Canisius 10.Sacred Heart

Totals 149/169 176/210 149/179 140/169 118/146 159/197 176/219 158/198 168/213 146/186

SHG 6 5 3 9 6 5 5 8 2 1

PK% 88.2 83.8 83.2 82.8 80.8 80.7 80.4 79.8 78.9 78.5


UNIVERSITY OF UCONN CONNECTICUT VS. ATLANTIC HOCKEY 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years

Game-By-Game Series Against Atlantic Hockey Regular Season: 3-15-3 Postseason: Never Met

AIR FORCE 3-15-3 86-87 93-94 97-98 00-01

68-69 69-70 70-71 71-72 72-73 73-74 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 91-92 92-93

A A A A A A A H

L L L L L L L L

7-5 7-4 5-2 5-2 8-0 6-2 3-0 2-1

ARMY 19-26-7

A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A A N A

L W L L L L L L L L W L L W L T W T

10-2 3-2 12-0 4-2 9-1 7-3 8-4 11-0 5-2 10-6 5-4 5-4 7-1 10-4 5-4 4-4 4-2 3-3 OT

03-04 06-07 07-08 08-09

H H H A A H H A

99-00

00-01

91-92 96-97 99-00

00-01 01-02 02-03

H A N H H N H H A A N A H H H

W L W W L W W T W W L T L L W

9-2 4-3 8-5 12-3 4-3 5-4 5-2 1-1 OT 3-2 5-3 1-0 3-3 OT 3-2 5-3 4-3

93-94 94-95 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06

01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06

MERCYHURST 9-28-2

N H A H H A* H H A H A A* H

W L L W W W L L L L L L L

7-6 7-4 5-3 4-2 3-2 2-0 6-3 4-1 6-4 9-0 4-1 5-0 6-2

03-04 04-05

05-06

SACRED HEART 21-23-3 94-95 97-98 98-99

99-00

00-01 01-02

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

W W T L W W L W W W W T L W W L

13-2 5-0 2-2 ot 4-1 7-1 3-2 2-1 5-2 6-4 3-2 5-4 1-1 OT 5-1 3-2 5-2 6-0

1-0 4-2 7-5 3-2 3-2 2-2 OT 4-3 3-2

09-10

Regular Season: 19-25-7 Postseason: 0-1-0 A A A H A A H H A A H H H A H A A H

02-03 03-04

04-05 05-06

06-07

W L L W L W W T T T W W L W W W L L

6-5 4-2 10-2 4-2 6-3 3-2 7-5 2-2 OT 3-3 OT 4-4 OT 3-0 3-2 5-2 9-6 2-1 1-0 1-0 2-1

06-07

07-08

08-09 09-10

A H H A A

L T L L T

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

W L L L T L T L W W W L L L W

4-1 2-0 4-1 4-3 6-6 OT 3-1 3-3 OT 5-2 4-3 4-1 8-3 4-0 5-1 3-2 9-3

06-07 07-08 08-09

09-10

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

T L L L L L W L L L L L L

4-4 OT 3-1 6-5 7-4 5-2 6-3 4-3 3-1 7-4 5-2 5-3 6-3 4-3

06-07 07-08 08-09

09-10

A H H H H A A A A H H A A H H

L W L L L T L W L W W W L W W W

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

07-08

08-09 09-10

3-0 5-4 3-3 OT 5-4 7-3 2-2 OT 3-0 3-1 4-1 4-1 3-1 6-0 4-3 6-3 5-0 2-1

L L L L W W L L L L W T L L L

4-3 5-0 5-2 4-3 4-3 3-1 4-0 6-0 3-2 4-3 4-3 4-4 1-0 3-1 5-2

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

L W W T W L L L L L L L W

L W W L L L L L W L L L L L L

66-67 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87

A A A A A A H A H A H A H A H A N A H H A A H N H A N N N

99-00 00-01

H A A A A H H A H H H A A

OT OT OT OT

3-2 2-1 4-1 4-2 5-0 6-4 4-0 6-5 3-2 OT 4-1 5-3 6-1 4-2 4-3 OT 3-2

W L L L L L L L W L L L L L W W W L W W W W W W W L L W T

8-7 10-5 9-5 11-1 17-5 17-2 17-2 9-2 3-2 6-4 6-2 6-3 2-1 6-3 3-0 5-3 9-4 4-2 13-6 5-3 4-3 4-3 5-4 9-7 8-7 11-4 10-5 7-5 9-9 OT

87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01

A H A N A H H A H A N A H N H H H A H A H A H A H A A H A

W W W W T W W W W W T W W

8-1 4-3 9-1 10-3 3-3 OT 11-1 3-1 3-2 5-2 7-4 4-4 OT 3-2 5-3

04-05 05-06

06-07

07-08

H A H H A A H A H H A H A

67-68 68-69 69-70 70-71 71-72 72-73 73-74 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86

H A H N H A A H A H A H H A A H N H A A H A A H A A A H N A H A

W L W W W W W W L L W W W L W W W W L L W W L L L L L W W L W L

8-2 4-3 3-2 8-1 5-2 7-3 5-1 8-3 5-2 5-3 4-3 10-3 6-4 6-4 3-2 12-4 9-3 5-2 6-4 8-4 4-3 6-3 10-4 6-3 4-2 5-2 6-2 8-5 7-4 8-6 4-3 4-1

86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99

99-00 00-01

H H A H A N H A A A A A A H A A A H H A H A H A A H H A* H H A H

89-90 94-95 06-07

A H A A H A N A

L W L L L L W W

8-6 5-4 6-4 5-3 8-5 7-4 6-3 4-3 OT

01-02 02-03 03-04 OT

04-05 05-06

OT OT OT

06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

A A A H H A A H H H A A H A A H H A A H H A H A A A H H

L W W L L L L L W W W L W

5-3 3-2 4-1 3-1 4-1 6-3 4-1 3-1 6-2 4-3 2-1 4-2 3-2 OT

08-09

09-10

W W W W W L L L W L W L W W W W L W L W W W L L W L L L W L W W

4-2 5-4 5-4 11-8 6-4 6-3 5-4 5-4 5-4 11-8 5-4 11-8 5-2 4-1 7-5 8-3 6-4 7-3 6-4 4-3 6-2 7-0 3-2 2-1 2-1 4-2 1-0 3-2 3-0 5-3 3-2 4-3

01-02

02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06

06-04

07-08

08-09 09-10

07-08 08-09

09-10

A H H H H A A A

L W T W L L L L

4-2 3-0 1-1 OT 2-1 5-4 5-3 7-4 6-2

W W W L L L T W W L W T L W L W W W L T W L W W W W W W

5-2 5-2 8-2 4-3 6-5 8-3 2-2 7-4 6-1 3-2 7-2 4-4 5-2 2-1 7-5 6-0 4-3 5-4 3-2 2-2 4-2 4-1 4-2 4-2 3-1 6-2 3-1 4-1

OT

OT

OT OT

Home: 11-6-1 Away: 10-6-2 A H A H H A H H A A*

L L L W W T L W L W

6-0 4-3 OT 1-0 2-1 OT 4-1 2-2 OT 4-1 4-1 4-2 2-1

Home: 22-19-0 Away: 22-25-2 A H A H A* H A H A A A H H H A A H A* A H H A H A A H H H A A

Regular Season: 6-12-1 Postseason: 0-2-0

RIT 6-14-1 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89

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

Regular Season: 47-45-2 Postseason: 1-2-0

HOLY CROSS 47-45-2 65-66 66-67

L L L L L L W L L T W W W W W L W T L T L T W W W W L L W

Home: 20-14-1 Away: 17-21-6

Regular Season: 20-12-3 Postseason: 1-0-0

BENTLEY 21-12-3

03-04

Home: 14-7-1 Away: 7-14-2 A A H A H H A A* A* A* A A A* H H

60-61 61-62 62-63 63-64 64-65 65-66

OT

6-2 5-4 OT 5-4 3-3 OT 3-2 7-2 6-0 6-3 7-4 5-0 3-1 5-1 3-2 OT

Regular Season: 42-36-8 Postseason: Never Met

AIC 42-36-8

01-02

Home: 5-13-1 Away: 3-17-1

Regular Season: 18-20-3 Postseason: 3-3-0 N H H A H A N H A H A H A H A* H

W W T L L T L L L W L L W W L W

Home: 9-13-1 Away: 5-11-4

Regular Season: 6-26-2 Postseason: 2-2-0 A A A H H H A A A* A A H H

4-1 2-2 OT 3-1 2-1 2-2

Home: 11-10-1 Away: 7-15-6

Regular Season: 16-24-5 Postseason: 0-1-0

CANISIUS 16-25-5 84-85 89-90 90-91 91-92 93-94 95-96 98-99

W L W L W T L L

Home: 2-4-2 Away: 1-11-1

W L L L W L W L L L T L L L W L L L L W W W L T W W L L L L

3-2 4-1 3-2 3-1 6-5 3-2 3-2 4-2 4-2 3-1 2-2 OT 6-3 5-0 4-1 3-2 5-2 5-3 4-1 7-3 2-1 4-2 5-2 4-1 3-3 3-0 4-2 5-3 4-1 5-0 3-2

Home: 4-3-1 Away: 1-11-0 A H H A* A*

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L L W L L

7-0 4-1 2-1 4-3 OT 4-1

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UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT 2010-11 OPPONENTS 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years AIR FORCE

Dartmouth Jan 11 - Thompson Arena Hanover, N.H. - 7:00 p.m.

January 21/22 - Freitas Ice Forum, Storrs, Conn. - 7:05 p.m. GENERAL INFORMATION Location: USAF Academy, Colo. Nickname: Falcons Conference: Atlantic Hockey Home Ice: Cadet Ice Arena (2,470) TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Frank Serratore Record at School/Years: 214-227-38/13 yrs Overall Record/Years: 263-319-47/17 yrs 2009-10 Record: 16-15-6 Conference Record/Finish: 14-8-6/3rd AHA Letterwinners Ret/L: 18/6

MEDIA INFORMATION Hockey Contact: Dave Toller Office Phone: (719) 333-3478 Cell Phone: (719) 200-2802 Office Fax: (719) 333-3798 E-mail: dave.toller@usafa.af.edu Press Box Phone: (719) 472-1554 Hockey Office Phone: (719) 333-2188 Website: www.GoAirForceFalcons.com

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Gary Wright Record at School/Years: 253-407-49/24 Overall Record/Years: Same 2009-10 Record: 5-28-2 Conference Record/Finish: 5-22-1/10th Letterwinners Ret/L: 18/8

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Hanover, N.H. Nickname: Big Green Conference: ECAC, Ivy Legue Home Ice: Thompson Arena

MEDIA INFORMATION Hockey Contact: Heather Croze Office Phone: (603) 646-9340 E-mail: heather.croze@dartmouth.edu

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Niagara Univ., N.Y. Nickname: Purple Eagles Conference: Atlantic Hockey Home Ice: Dwyer Arena

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Bob Gaudett Record at School/Years: 177-165-44/12 Overall Record/Years: 270-307-75/21 2009-10 Record: 10-19-3 Conference Record/Finish: 7-12-3/9th

Website: www.dartmouthsports.com

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Dave Burkholder Record at School/Years: 156-141-32/9 Overall Record/Years: Same 2009-10 Record: 12-20-4 Conference Record/Finish: 6-10-2/3rd Letterwinners Ret/L: 21/7

Dec. 29 - Freitas Ice Forum Storrs, Conn. - 7:05 p.m.

MEDIA INFORMATION Hockey Contact: Mike Getto Office Phone: (413) 654-1425 Cell Phone: n/a Office Fax: (413) 205-3571 E-mail: michael.getto@aic.edu Press Box Phone: (413) 205-3930 Hockey Office Phone: (413) 205-3522 Website: www.aicyellowjackets.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Worcester, Mass. Nickname: Crusaders Conference: Atlantic Hockey Home Ice: Hart Center (1,600) TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Paul Pearl Record at School/Years: 226-226-54/15 Overall Record/Years: Same 2009-10 Record: 12-19-6 Conference Record/Finish: 10-13-5/7th Letterwinners Ret/L: 22/6

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: West Point, N.Y. Nickname: Black Knights Conference: Atlantic Hockey Home Ice: Tate Rink (2,525) TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Brian Riley Record at School/Years: 83-102-32/6 Overall Record/Years: Same 2009-10 Record: 11-18-7 Conference Record/Finish: 10-12-6/6th Letterwinners Ret/L: 24/3 MEDIA INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Waltham, Mass. Nickname: Falcons Conference: Atlantic Hockey Home Ice: Ryan Skating Arena (1,200) TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Ryan Soderquist Record at School/Years: 99-154-28/8 Overall Record/Years: Same 2009-10 Record: 12-19-4 Conference Record/Finish: 10-15-3/8th Letterwinners Ret/L:19/6

Hockey Contact: Ryan Yanoshak Office Phone: (845) 938-7197 Cell Phone: (845) 406-1130 Office Fax: (845) 446-2556 E-mail: ryan.yanoshak@ usma.edu Press Box Phone: (845) 938-5116 Hockey Office Phone: (845) 938-3711 Website: www.goARMYsports.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location:Orono, Maine Nickname: Black Bears Conference: Hockey East Home Ice: Alfond Arena (5,445) TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Tim Whitehead Record at School/Years: 199-126-36/9 Overall Record/Years: 275-221-47/14 2009-10 Record: 19-17-3 Conference Record/Finish: 13-12-2/4th Letterwinners Ret/L:20/6

MEDIA INFORMATION Hockey Contact: Kyle Mack Office Phone: (781) 891-2417 Cell Phone: (646) 387-2427 Office Fax: (781) 891-2648 E-mail: kmack@bentley.edu Press Box Phone: (646) 387-2427 Hockey Office Phone: (781) 891-2492 Website: www.bentley.edu/athletics

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Buffalo, N.Y. Nickname: Golden Griffins Conference: Atlantic Hockey Home Ice: Buffalo State Sports Arena (1,200) TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Dave Smith Record at School/Years: 62-97-22/5 Overall Record/Years: Same 2009-10 Record: 17-15-5 Conference Record/Finish: 13-11-4/5th Letterwinners Ret/L:18/9

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MEDIA INFORMATION Hockey Contact: Laura Reed Office Phone: (207) 581-3646 Cell Phone: (207) 478-4256 Office Fax: (207) 581-1049 E-mail: Laura.reed@umit. maine.edu Press Box Phone: (207) 581-1049 Hockey Office Phone: (207) 581-1106 Website: www.goblackbears.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Erie, Pa. Nickname: Lakers Conference: Atlantic Hockey Home Ice: Mercyhurst Ice Center (1,300) TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Rick Gotkin Record at School/Years: 399-272-52/22 Overall Record/Years: Same 2009-10 Record: 15-20-3 Conference Record/Finish: 15-10-3/4th Letterwinners Ret./L: 21/5

Feb. 19 - Freitas Ice Forum Storrs, Conn. - 7:05 p.m.

MEDIA INFORMATION Hockey Contact: Jason Veniskey Office Phone: (716) 888-3767 Cell Phone: (585) 615-5316 Office Fax: (716) 888-8444 E-mail: veniskej@canisius.edu Press Box Phone: (585) 615-5316 Hockey Office Phone: (716) 888-2957 Website: www.GoGriffs.com

2010-11 UCONN MEN’S HOCKEY

MEDIA INFORMATION Hockey Contact: Erik Kaminski Office Phone: (814) 824-3338 Cell Phone: (412) 302-1278 Office Fax: (814) 824-2591 E-mail: ekaminski@mercyhurst. edu Press Box Phone: (814) 824-2167 Hockey Office Phone: (814) 824-2542 Website: www.hurstathletics.com

MERRIMACK Oct. 16 - J. Thom Lawler Arena North Andover, Mass. - 7:00 p.m. GENERAL INFORMATION Location: North Andover, Mass. Nickname: Warriors Conference: Hockey East Home Ice: J. Thom Lawler Arena TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Mark Dennehy Record at School/Years: 49-136-22/6 Overall Record/Years: 46-108-19/5 2009-10 Record: 16-18-2 Conference Record/Finish: 12-13-2/6th Letterwinners Ret/L: 22/7

MEDIA INFORMATION Hockey Contact: Brad Davis Office Phone: (978) 837-5364 Home Phone: (978) 886-8968 Office Fax: (978) 837-5079 E-mail: davisb@merrimack. edu Press Box Phone: (978) 837-5397 Hockey Office Phone: (978) 837-5341 Website: www.merrimackathletics.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Hockey Contact: Chris Smith Office Phone: (716) 286-8724 Cell Phone: (716) 628-0833 Office Fax: (716) 286-8582 E-mail: csmith@niagara.edu Press Box Phone: NA Hockey Office Phone: (716) 286-8780 Website: www.PurpleEagles.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Schenectady, N.Y. Nickname: Dutchmen Conference: ECAC Home Ice: Frank L. Messa Rink (2,225) TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Nate Leaman Record at School/Years: 112-117-31/8 Overall Record/Years: Same 2009-10 Record: 21-12-6 Conference Record/Finish: 12-6-4/3rd Letterwinners Ret/L: 20/8

MEDIA INFORMATION Hockey Contact: Jeffrey Weinstein Office Phone: (518) 388-6377 Cell Phone: (518) 727-8328 Office Fax: (518) 388-6096 E-mail: weinsteij@union.edu Hockey Office Phone: (518) 388-6570 Website: www.UnionAthletics.com

RIT

ATLANTIC HOCKEY TOURNAMENT

Nov. 12/13 - Ritter Arena Rochester, N.Y. - 7:05 p.m.

Mar. 19 - Semifinals, Mar. 20 - Finals Rochester, N.Y. - Blue Cross Arena - TBA

MEDIA INFORMATION Hockey Contact: Stephen Jaynes Office Phone: (585) 475-6154 Cell Phone: (585) 755-0756 Office Fax: (585) 475-2617 E-mail: skjsid@rit.edu Press Box Phone: (585) 475-5537 Hockey Office Phone: (585) 475-2223 Website: www.ritathletics.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Rochester, N.Y. Nickname: Tigers Conference: Atlantic Hockey Home Ice: Ritter Arena (2,100) TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Wayne Wilson Record at School/Years: 216-103-25/10 Overall Record/Years: Same 2009-10 Record: 28-12-1 Conference Record/Finish: 22-5-1/1st Letterwinners Ret/L: 19/7

2010 Atlantic Hockey Tournament First Round - Sat., March 5 at Campus Site, 7:05 p.m. #10 seed at #7 seed #9 seed at #8 seed Quarterfinals - Fri., March 11 - Sun., March 13 at Campus Sites, 7:05 p.m. Best two-out-of-three series #8/9/10 seed at #1 seed #7/8/9 seed at #2 seed #6 seed at #3 seed #5 seed at #4 seed

Robert Morris Jan. 14/15 - Clearview Arena Moon Township, Pa. - 7:05 p.m. MEDIA INFORMATION Hockey Contact: Jeff Symonds Office Phone: (412) 397-4953 Cell Phone: NA Office Fax: (412) 397-4943 E-mail: sidga01@rmu.edu Press Box Phone: (412) 865-4907 Hockey Office Phone: (412) 397-4477 Website: www.rmucolonials.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Moon Township, Pa. Nickname: Colonials Conference: Atlantic Hockey Home Ice: Clearview Arena TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Derek Schooley Record at School/Years: 65-102-27/6 Overall Record/Years: Same 2009-10 Record: 10-19-6 Conference Record/Finish: 6-10-4/2nd Letterwinners Ret/L:22/4

MERCYHURST Jan. 7/8 - Freitas Ice Forum Storrs, Conn. - 7:05 p.m.

Feb. 19 - Freitas Ice Forum Storrs, Conn. - 7:05 p.m.

Canisius Nov. 19/Feb. 18 - Ryan Skating Arena Waltham, Mass. - 7:05 p.m.

MEDIA INFORMATION Hockey Contact: Jim Wrobel Office Phone: (508) 793-2583 Cell Phone: n/a Office Fax: (508) 793-2309 E-mail: jwrobel@holycross.edu Press Box Phone: (508) 793-3978 Hockey Office Phone: (508) 793-2571 Website: www.goholycross.com

Oct. 9 - Alfond Arena Orono, Maine. - 7:05 p.m.

Feb. 5 - Freitas Ice Forum Storrs, Conn. - 7:05 p.m.

BENTLEY Nov. 19/Feb. 18 - Ryan Skating Arena Waltham, Mass. - 7:05 p.m.

Jan. 28/29 - Hart Center Worcester, Mass. - 7:05 p.m.

Maine

ARMY Oct. 23/Feb. 4 - Tate Rink West Point, N.Y. - 7:05 p.m.

UNION Oct. 28 - Frank L. Messa Rink Schenectady, N.Y. - 7:05 p.m.

HOLY CROSS

AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL Nov. 20/Feb. 25 - Freitas Ice Forum Feb. 26- Olympia Ice Center Springfield, Mass. - 7:05 p.m. Storrs, Conn. - 7:05 p.m. GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Springfield, Mass. Nickname: Yellow Jackets Conference: Atlantic Hockey Home Ice: Olympia Ice Center (2,200)

Niagara Dec. 3/4 - Dwyer Arena Niagara University, N.Y. - 7:05 p.m.

RPI Nov. 26 - Houston Field House Troy, N.Y. - 7:00 p.m.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Troy, N.Y. Nickname: Golden Griffins Conference: ECAC Home Ice: Houston Field House (4,800) TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Seth Appert Record at School/Years: 49-85-18/4 Overall Record/Years: Same 2009-10 Record: 18-17-4 Conference Record/Finish: 10-9-3/5th Letterwinners Ret/L: 17/10

MEDIA INFORMATION Hockey Contact: Kevin Beattie Office Phone: (518) 276-2187 Cell Phone: (518) 269-2532 Office Fax: (518) 276-8997 E-mail: beattk@rpi.edu Press Box Phone: (518) 276-2661 Hockey Office Phone: (518) 276-2295 Website: www.rpiathletics.com

SACRED HEART Dec. 10/Feb. 11 - MIlford Ice Pavilion Feb. 13 - Rentschler Field Fairfield, Conn. - 7:05 p.m. Storrs, Conn. - 1:00 p.m. GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Farifield, Conn. Nickname: Pioneers Conference: Atlantic Hockey Home Ice: Milford Ice Pavilion (1,000) TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: C.J. Marottolo Record at School/Years: 21-13-4/1 Overall Record/Years: Same 2009-10 Record: 21-13-4 Conference Record/Finish: 16-9-3/2nd Letterwinners Ret./L: 19/7

MEDIA INFORMATION Hockey Contact: Randy Brochu Office Phone: (203) 396-8127 Cell Phone: NA Office Fax: (203) 371-7889 E-mail: brochur@sacredheart.edu Press Box Phone: (203) 913-4898 Hockey Office Phone: (203) 876-2480 Website: www.SacredHeartPioneers.com

Semifinals - Fri., March 18 at Blue Cross Arena - Rochester, N.Y. Semifinal #1, 4:05 pm Semifinal #2, 7:35 pm Championship - Sat., March 19 at Blue Cross Arena - Rochester, N.Y. Section V All-Star Game - 2:00 p.m. Championship, 7:05 pm

Atlantic Hockey Increases To 12 Teams The Atlantic Hockey Association increased from 10 to 12 teams with the addition of Niagara and Robert Morris in 2010. With the dissolvement of the CHA, the AHA has now become one the premier conferences in college hockey Atlantic Hockey Mission Statement The mission of the Atlantic Hockey Association is to provide its members with a positive NCAA Division I college hockey experience fostering competitive excellence, championship play and recognition of team and individual student-athletes and coaches. Atlantic Hockey is committed to academic excellence, a high level of competitiveness, sportsmanship and fair play within the context of athletic integrity. Core Values Educational experience for student-athletes (Life-skills), sportsmanship, academic and athletic integrity, excellence, competitive equity, cohesiveness of league members within AHA, promote/enhance hockey (amateur/ youth), commitment to community service and recruiting integrity. Vision Statement The Atlantic Hockey Association’s vision is to be among the elite in NCAA Division I Ice Hockey by embracing its core values and succeeding with integrity, teamwork, service to community and the competitive, inspired spirit of its membership.


UNIVERSITY OF MARKCONNECTICUT EDWARD FREITAS ICE FORUM 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years Head coach Bruce Marshall and the UConn hockey program make their home in a $4.2 million facility that was dedicated as the Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum on Feb. 5, 2005. The Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum was opened for the 1998-99 season and is the home of both the UConn men’s and women’s varsity ice hockey programs. In addition, the Freitas Forum is used by the entire University community and local area for recreational purposes. The facility is named for Mark Edward Freitas, a 1981 UConn graduate who has been extremely supportive to his alma mater. A former men’s ice hockey letterwinner as an undergraduate, Freitas is a member of the University of Connecticut School of Business Hall of Fame and is currently the President and Chief Executive Officer of Frank Crystal and Company, Inc., located in New York City. The company is one of the largest insurance brokerage firms in the country. Freitas has also endowed a scholarship at UConn for students who are pursuing a career in business. The first game in the Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum was on Nov. 7, 1998, when the UConn men’s ice hockey team defeated AIC by a 3-1 score. The Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum was partially funded by the UCONN 2000 commitment by the State of Connecticut to help rebuild, renew and enhance the campuses of the University of Connecticut. The Freitas Ice Forum replaced the open UConn Ice Rink, which had served as Connecticut ice hockey’s home since the early 1960s. The completely enclosed, state-of-the-art Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum is a yearround facility. The main building totals 53,000 square feet in a 230x230 foot structure. The skating facility includes a regulation 200x85 foot surface with a seating capacity of just under 2,000. Other features included in the single-level facility are a spacious warming area for fans and public skating patrons, a skate maintenance and rental room, a hospitality room and full concession stands. The UConn men’s and women’s ice hockey teams are comfortably housed in varsity locker rooms which feature double-wide pro style wooden lockers for each squad member. The building also includes other locker rooms for visiting collegiate teams and for use by youth/adult hockey leagues. There are also separate dressing rooms for game officials. UConn men’s head coach Bruce Marshall and women’s head coach Heather Linstad and their staffs are housed in offices located in the Arena. The facility includes all new dasher boards, sound system, scoreboards and time of day clocks, player benches, as well as new penalty boxes and scorekeeper and timekeeper booths. The Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum has played host to several events since opening in 1998. In capturing its first conference title in the men’s program history during the 1999-2000 season, the facility played host to the MAAC Championship. The following season, UConn again played host to the MAAC Tournament, the 2001-02 women’s ECAC Championship came to Storrs and in 2007-08, the UConn women’s ice hockey team hosted the Hockey East Championships.

2010-11 TICKET INFORMATION 2010-11 Season- 14 Home Games Season Tickets (Reserved) Adults ..............................................$75 Youths .............................................$37 NOTE: Senior Citizens defined as 62 and older. Youths defined as 18 and younger. Single-Game Tickets All Ages (Reserved) ............................$6 Adults (General Admission) .................$5 Senior Citizens (General Admission) .....$3 Youths (General Admission).................$3 UConn Students .................................$2 NOTE: Single game tickets for all UConn ice hockey home games will be available at the Mark E. Freitas Ice Forum on game days Group Ticket Sales 20 or more (General Admission) .........$2 *For all UConn ticket information, call the UConn Athletic Ticket Office at (860) 4862724 or toll free at 1-877-AT-UCONN

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UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT UCONN HOCKEY RECORD BOOK 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years

UCONN HOCKEY RECORDS (1960-present) Returnees in Bold CAREER RECORDS (RECORDS AT DIVISION I LEVEL SHADED GRAY)

POINTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Player Bryan Krygier Todd Krygier Ryan Equale Brian Sutherland Jeff Ray Bryan Quinn D.J. LeBlanc Harry Geary Dave L’Ecuyer Mark Kosinski Mike Krygier Ken Hunt Tom Dyroff Frank Capizzo Russ Hintz Bob Breig Brian Hitchings Tom Dockrell Michael Goldkind Cole Koidahl Matt Scherer Mike Anthony Gregg Hutchings Steve Balaban Tim Olsen Michael Goldkins

Years 1988-92 1984-88 1992-96 1990-94 1988-92 1991-95 1990-94 1984-87 1979-83 1982-86 1989-93 1980-84 1973-77 1964-68 1963-66 1972-75 1980-84 1971-74 1997-01 2003-07 2003-07 1981-84 1976-80 1973-77 2002-05 1998-01

POINTS (D1)

Player 1. Cole Koidahl 2. Matt Scherer 3. Michael Goldkind Tim Olsen 5. Ron D’Angelo 6. Chris Uber 7. Kurt Kamienski Ciro Longobardi 9. Sean Erickson 10. Anders Johnson

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

Years 2003-07 2003-07 1998-01 2002-05 1999-03 2002-06 1999-03 1998-01 2005-09 1998-02

G 92 99 79 61 78 64 68 70 66 59 52 47 71 56 66 55 48 58 35 41 62 49 50 37 42 31

A 127 101 109 92 73 85 80 78 79 77 81 80 52 62 51 59 65 54 77 66 43 55 52 64 58 69

Pts 219 200 188 153 151 149 148 148 145 136 133 127 123 118 117 114 113 112 112 107 105 104 102 101 100 100

G 41 62 31 42 46 26 32 38 14 33

A 66 43 69 58 43 59 52 46 60 36

Pts 107 105 100 100 89 85 84 84 74 69

GOALS

Player Todd Krygier Bryan Krygier Ryan Equale Jeff Ray Tom Dyroff Harry Geary D.J. LeBlanc Dave L’Ecuyer Russ Hintz Bryan Quinn Matt Scherer Brian Sutherland Mark Kosinski Tom Dockrell Frank Capizzo Bob Breig

Years 1984-88 1988-92 1992-96 1988-92 1973-77 1984-87 1990-94 1979-83 1963-66 1991-95 2003-07 1990-94 1982-86 1971-74 1964-68 1972-75

GOALS (D1)

Player 1. Matt Scherer 2. Ron D’Angelo 3. Tim Olsen 4. Cole Koidahl 5. Ciro Longobardi 6. Chris Myrho 7. Andrew Olson 8. Anders Johnson 9. Kurt Kamienski 10. Michael Goldkind

Year 2003-07 1999-02 2002-05 2003-07 1997-01 2005-08 2007-Present 1998-02 1999-03 1997-01

Goals 99 92 79 78 71 70 68 66 66 64 62 61 59 58 56 55 Goals 62 46 42 41 38 36 35 33 32 31

6. 7. 9. 10. 11. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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Years 1988-92 1992-96 1984-88 1990-94 1991-95

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Assists 127 109 101 92 85

1989-93 1990-94 1980-84 1979-83 1984-87 1997-01 1982-86 1989-92 1989-93 2003-07 1984-88 1973-77 1995-98 1964-68

81 80 80 79 78 77 77 73 71 66 65 64 63 62

ASSISTS (D1) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Player Michael Goldkind Cole Koidahl Sean Erickson Chris Uber Kurt Kamienski Ciro Longobardi Jason Krispel Ron D’Angelo Matt Scherer Trevor Stewart Mike Boylan Eric Nelson Matt Herhal

Years 1997-01 2003-07 2005-09 2002-06 1999-03 1997-01 2007-Present 1999-03 2003-07 2003-07 1998-02 2000-04 1998-02

Assists 69 66 60 59 52 46 44 43 43 42 41 40 38

GAMES PLAYED 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 9. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 20. 21. 23. 25. 26. 28. 29. 31. 32.

35. 36. 38. 40.

46.

ASSISTS Player Bryan Krygier Ryan Equale Todd Krygier Brian Sutherland Bryan Quinn

Mike Krygier D. J. LeBlanc Ken Hunt Dave L’Ecuyer Harry Geary Michael Goldkind Mark Kosinski Jeff Ray Chris Potter Cole Koidahl Brian Hitchings Steve Balaban Phil Scarinci Frank Capizzo

Player Michael Coppola Adam Rhein Nick Schneider Matt Scherer Mike Boylan Eric Nelson B.J. Crum Chris Uber Anders Johnson Cole Koidahl Trevor Stewart Brian Burns Mike Anderson Ciro Longobardi Michael Goldkind Matt Herhal Sean Erickson Andy Huggett Kurt Kamienski Charles Solberg Scott Brown Kevin Connell Marc Busenburg Charles Ridolf Eric St. Arnauld Ron D’Angelo Matthew Jarret Michael Narotski Geoff Angell Andrew Olson Dan Sheehan Chris Potter Peter Friedman David Cornett Bryan Krygier Bryan Quinn Brian Sutherland Ryan Equale Rich Brande Jon Dunmar Matt Hendison David Bliss Mark Kosinski Jason Krispel Jeff Sapieha Peter Belisle Bill Tito

Years 2006-10 2001-05 2005-08 2003-07 1998-02 2000-04 2003-07 2002-06 1998-02 2003-07 2003-07 2003-07 1997-01 1997-01 1997-01 1998-02 2005-08 1996-00 1999-03 2004-08 1999-03 1996-00 1996-00 1998-02 2002-07 1999-03 1996-00 1996-00 1995-99 2007-Present 1995-99 1989-93 1983-87 1991-95 1988-92 1991-95 1990-94 1992-96 1988-92 1992-96 1985-89 1991-95 1982-86 2007-Present 2007-Present 1991-95 1986-90

Games 140 139 138 138 137 136 133 133 131 131 129 128 127 126 125 124 121 120 120 119 118 118 117 117 115 114 114 113 110 110 109 108 108 108 107 106 106 105 105 104 104 104 104 104 104 103 103

GAMES PLAYED (D1) 1. 2. 3.

Player Michael Coppola Adam Rhein Nick Schneider

Years 2006-10 2001-05 2005-09

GP 140 139 138

5. 6. 7. 9. 11. 12. 13. 15. 17. 18. 20. 21. 22.

Matt Scherer Mike Boylan Eric Nelson Chris Uber B.J. Crum Anders Johnson Cole Koidahl Trevor Stewart Brian Burns Matt Herhal Sean Erickson Kurt Kamienski Charles Solberg Scott Brown Charles Ridolf Eric St. Arnauld Ron D’Angelo Andrew Olson Jason Krispel Jeff Sapieha

2003-07 1998-02 2000-04 2002-06 2003-07 1998-02 2003-07 2003-07 2003-07 1998-02 2005-09 1999-03 2004-08 1999-03 1998-02 2002-07 1999-03 2007-Present 2007-Present 2007-Present

138 137 136 133 133 131 131 129 128 124 121 120 119 118 117 115 114 110 104 104

HAT TRICKS Player Bryan Krygier Todd Krygier Ryan Equale D.J. LeBlanc Mark Leonard

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Years 1988-92 1984-88 1992-96 1990-94 1985-88

HT 7 7 6 6 4

HAT TRICKS (D1)

Player Tim Olsen Kurt Kamienski Michael Coppola Andrew Olson

1. 2. 3.

Years 2002-05 1999-03 2006-10 2007-Present

HT 3 2 1 1

PENALTY MINUTES (D1) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 11. 12. 13. 15. 16.

Player Mike Boylan Brian Burns B.J. Crum Michael Coppola Matt Scherer Adam Rhein Andrew Olson Matt Herhal Sean Erickson Bill Magnuson Nick Schneider Matt Grew Anders Johnson Matt Miller Jason Krispel Ciro Longobardi

Years 1998-02 2003-07 2003-07 2006-10 2003-07 2001-05 2007-Present 1998-02 2005-2009 2003-2006 2005-2009 2001-05 1998-02 2007-Present 2007-Present 1998-01

Pen./Min. 116/251 86/202 92/192 81/189 82/183 71/182 67/166 58/148 73/146 54/146 65/141 51/134 57/128 57/114 55/110 50/108

SINGLE SEASON RECORDS

(RECORDS AT DIVISION 1 LEVEL SHADED GRAY)

POINTS

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

12. 13. 14.

17.

Player Bryan Krygier Todd Krygier Mike Krygier Ryan Equale Jeff Ray Harry Geary Bryan Krygier Todd Krygier Harry Geary Ryan Equale Bryan Quinn Brian Hitchings Todd Krygier D.J. LeBlanc Ken Hunt Bryan Krygier Tim Brown Mark Kosinski Russ Hintz

Year 1991-92 1987-88 1991-92 1995-96 1991-92 1985-86 1990-91 1985-86 1986-87 1994-95 1994-95 1983-84 1986-87 1992-93 1983-84 1989-90 1987-88 1985-86 1964-65

G 38 32 26 21 30 34 33 29 22 25 21 23 24 25 19 20 15 21 26

A 54 39 37 41 30 24 23 27 31 28 32 28 24 22 28 27 31 25 20

Pts 92 71 63 62 60 58 56 56 53 53 53 51 48 47 47 47 46 46 46

G 15 20 22 13

A 27 21 14 21

Pts. 42 41 36 34

POINTS (D1) 1. 2. 3. 4.

Player Michael Goldkind Tim Olsen Matt Scherer Cole Koidahl

Year 1999-00 2003-04 2006-07 2006-07


UNIVERSITY OF UCONN CONNECTICUT HOCKEY RECORD BOOK 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years 5.

Ron D’Angelo Cole Koidahl Michael Goldkind Geoff Angell 9. Trevor Stewart 10. Chris Myhro Player 1. Bryan Krygier 2. Harry Geary 3. Todd Krygier 4. Jeff Ray 5. Todd Krygier 6. Russ Hintz 7. Mike Krygier Russ Hintz 9. D.J. LeBlanc Ryan Equale 11. Jeff Ray Todd Krygier 13. Bryan Krygier Brian Hitchings Tom Dyroff Tom Dockrell Gregg Hutchings Steve Drawbridge

2001-02 2005-06 2000-01 1998-99 2006-07 2006-07

17 12 10 17 9 20

16 21 23 16 23 11

GOALS

Year 1991-92 1985-86 1987-88 1991-92 1985-86 1965-66 1991-92 1964-65 1992-93 1994-95 1990-91 1986-87 1990-91 1983-84 1974-75 1972-73 1978-79 1968-69

Goals 38 34 32 30 29 27 26 26 25 25 24 24 23 23 23 23 23 23

GOALS (D1)

Player 1. Matt Scherer 2. Tim Olsen 3. Chris Myhro 4. Ron D’Angelo Geoff Angell 6. Chris Ochoa Ciro Longobardi 8. Matt Scherer Michael Goldkind 10. Andrew Olson

Year 2006-07 2003-04 2006-07 2001-02 1997-98 2008-09 1999-00 2005-06 1999-00 2007-08

Goals 22 20 20 17 17 16 16 15 15 14

ASSISTS

Player 1. Bryan Krygier 2. Ryan Equale 3. Todd Krygier 4. Mike Krygier 5. Chris Potter 6. Bryan Krygier 7. Bryan Quinn 8. Tim Brown Harry Geary 10. Jeff Ray 11. Ben Kirtland Art Estrada

33 33 33 33 32 31

Year 1991-92 1995-96 1987-88 1991-92 1991-92 1990-91 1994-95 1987-88 1986-87 1991-92 1977-78 1967-68

Assists 54 41 39 37 36 33 32 31 31 30 29 29

GOALTENDING CAREER RECORDS

(RECORDS AT DIVISION I LEVEL SHADED GRAY)

WINS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Goaltender Louis Parker Marc Senerchia J.T. Marcoux Damen Dawson Doug Michals

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Goaltender Marc Senerchia Beau Erickson Scott Tomes Artie Imbriano Jason Carey

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 8. 9.

1. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9. 10 12. 13. 14.

Year 1998-99 2004-05 2009-10 2001-02 2005-06 2005-06 2005-06 2007-08 2004-05 2001-02 2006-07 2003-04 2007-08 1999-00

Years 1997-00 2006-09 2003-07 2000-03 2000-04

Record 35-21-5 29-47-7 25-39-9 16-21-6 16-32-8

Assists 27 25 24 24 23 23 22 21

Pen./Min. 35/78 31/78 26/68 28/67 22/63 26/63 26/60 26/60 28/56 25/59 24/59 21/58 20/56 27/54

Marc Senerchia (1997-2000)

SAVES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Goaltender J.T. Marcoux Louis Parker Beau Erickson Damen Dawson Scott Tomes Marc Senerchia John Santucci

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Goaltender Beau Erickson Scott Tomes Jason Carey Marc Senerchia Artie Imbriano

Years 1984-88 1972-76 2006-09 1989-92 2003-07 1996-00 1968-71

Saves 2793 2723 2431 2267 2165 2158 1629

SAVES (D1) Years 2006-09 2003-07 2000-04 1997-00 2000-03

Saves 2431 2165 1616 1366 1124

GOALS AGAINST

5.

Goaltender Marc Senerchia Beau Erickson J.J. Doherty Garret Bartus Artie Imbriano

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Goaltender Marc Senerchia Beau Erickson Garrett Bartus Scott Tomes Artie Imbriano Jason Larson

1. 2. 3.

Years 1996-00 2006-09 1994-97 2010-Present 2000-02

GAA 3.02 3.24 3.26 3.26 3.32

GOALS AGAINST (D1) Years 1997-00 2006-09 2009-Present 2003-07 2000-03 2009-Present

GAA 2.83 3.24 3.26 3.30 3.32 3.46

GOALTENDING SEASON RECORDS

(RECORDS AT DIVISION 1 LEVEL SHADED GRAY)

WINS

Year 1999-00 2008-09 1998-99 2004-05 2000-01 2006-07 2000-01 2006-07

PENALTY MINUTES (D1) Player Mike Boylan Bill Magnuson Andrew Olson Mike Boylan Brian Burns Matt Scherer B.J. Crum Michael Coppola B.J. Crum Anders Johnson Brian Burns Adam Rhein Andrew Olson Mike Boylan

Record 54-42-2 49-36-6 44-43-2 43-29-5 38-14-5

WINS (D1)

ASSISTS (D1) Player Michael Goldkind Jason Krispel Dan Sheehan Tim Olsen Michael Goldkind Trevor Stewart Ciro Longobardi Cole Koidahl

Years 1972-76 1996-00 1984-88 1988-92 1990-94

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Goaltender Damen Dawson Doug Michals Marc Senerchia Marc Senerchia Damen Dawson

Year 1991-92 1992-93 1999-00 1998-99 1990-91

Record 19-4-2 19-6-2 18-14-1 17-7-4 16-7-2

WINS (D1) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Goaltender Marc Senerchia Marc Senerchia Scott Tomes Beau Erickson Beau Erickson

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Goaltender Beau Erickson Scott Tomes Beau Erickson Doug Michals Marc Senerchia Louis Parker

Year 1999-00 1998-99 2003-04 2007-08 2006-07

Record 18-14-1 17-7-4 12-14-7 11-14-3 10-7-2

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

Goaltender Beau Erickson Scott Tomes Beau Erickson Marc Senerchia Scott Tomes Jason Carey Marc Senerchia Garrett Bartus Beau Erickson

SAVES (DI) Year 2007-08 2003-04 2008-09 1999-00 2004-05 2002-03 1998-99 2009-Present 2006-07

Saves 947 942 936 790 623 615 576 552 548

GOAL AGAINST AVERAGE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Goaltender Marc Senerchia Beau Erickson Beau Erickson Marc Senerchia Artie Imbriano Scott Tomes

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Goaltender Marc Senerchia Beau Erickson Beau Erickson Marc Senerchia Artie Imbriano Scott Tomes

Year 1998-99 2006-07 2007-08 1999-00 2001-02 2004-05

GAA 2.64 2.92 2.96 2.99 3.00 3.00

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (D1) Year 1998-99 2006-07 2007-08 1999-00 2001-02 2004-05

GAA 2.64 2.92 2.96 2.99 3.00 3.00

GOALTENDING SINGLE GAME RECORDS (RECORDS AT DIVISION 1 LEVEL SHADED GRAY)

MOST SAVES

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Goaltender Louis Parker J.J. Doherty Jason Carey Artie Imbriano Jason Carey Brad Smith

Date 12/13/75 2/3/95 12/30/02 1/18/01 12/8/01 2/8/05

Saves 63 of 64 58 of 63 56 of 61 54 of 56 52 of 54 52 of 53

MOST SAVES (D1) 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7.

Goaltender Garrett Bartus Artie Imbriano Brad Smith Jason Carey Jason Carey Beau Erickson Beau Erickson Beau Erickson

Date 1/9/10 1/18/01 3/11/06 12/8/01 12/30/02 12/2/08 1/27/07 3/9/08

Saves 57 of 59 54 of 56 52 of 53 52 of 54 51 of 56 45 of 51 44 of 47 44 of 47

SAVES Year 2007-08 2003-04 2008-09 1992-93 1999-00 1974-75

Saves 947 942 936 842 790 788

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UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT UCONN HOCKEY RECORD BOOK 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years FRESHMEN RECORDS

(RECORDS AT DIVISION 1 LEVEL SHADED GRAY)

POINTS

Player 1. Dave L’Ecuyer 2. Ryan Murphy 3. Mark Leonard Tom Dyroff 5. Mike Anthony 6. Jeff Ray Phil Scarinci 8. Ryan Equale 9. Matt Scherer 10. Chris Myhro

Year 1978-79 1996-97 1985-86 1973-74 1981-82 1988-89 1994-95 1992-93 2003-04 2005-06

POINTS (D1)

8. 9.

Player Year Matt Scherer 2003-04 Chris Myhro 2005-06 Evan Stensrud 1999-00 Andrew Olson 2007-08 Marcello Ranallo 2008-09 Eric Nelson 2000-01 Sean Erickson 2005-06 Matt Grew 2001-02 Bill Magnuson 2003-04

1. 2. 3.

Player Dave L’Ecuyer Tom Dyroff Ryan Murphy

1. 2. 4. 5. 6.

1. 2. 3. 4. 6.

G 22 20 14 20 14 17 11 12 12 13

A 21 17 21 15 32 14 20 18 17 15

P 43 37 35 35 32 31 31 30 29 28

G 12 13 10 14 6 11 5 11 6

A 17 15 18 10 16 10 16 9 13

P 29 28 28 24 22 21 21 20 19

GOALS

Year 1978-79 1973-74 1997-97

Player Andrew Olson Chris Myrho Matt Scherer Matt Grew Eric Nelson Evan Stensrud

GOALS (D1)

Player John Guagliardo Mark Leonard Dave L’Ecuyer 4. Phil Scarinci 5. Evan Stensrud Ryan Equale Mike Anthony 8. Matt Scherer Ryan Murphy 10. Sean Erickson Steve Balaban

Year 2007-08 2005-06 2003-04 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00

ASSISTS

1. 2.

Year 1987-88 1985-86 1978-79 1994-95 1999-00 1992-93 1981-82 2003-04 1996-97 2005-06 1973-74

ASSISTS (D1)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player Evan Stensrud Matt Scherer Marcello Ranallo Sean Erickson Chris Myhro Justin Hernandez Kurt Kamienski

Year 1999-00 2003-04 2008-09 2005-06 2005-06 2007-08 1999-00

HUSKY TEAM RECORDS

Games Played

Games Won Games Lost Highest Winning % Consecutive Wins Unbeaten Streak Consecutive Losses Goals - Game Goals Allowed Goals - Season Shutouts - Season

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2009-10 2008-09 2004-05 1991-92 2009-10 1991-92 1991-92 1991-92 1988-89 2005-06 1991-92 1966-67 1991-92 1997-98

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HUSKY TEAM RECORDS (D1)

Games Played

2009-10 2008-09 2004-05 Games Won 1998-99 Games Lost 2009-10 Highest Winning % 1998-99 Consecutive Wins 1998-99 1999-00 Unbeaten Steak 1998-99 1999-00 Consecutive Losses 2005-06 Goals – Game 2000-01 Goals Allowed - Game 1999-00 Goals – Season 1999-00 Goals Allowed - Season 2002-03 Shutouts – Season 2001-02

Goals 22 20 20 Goals 14 13 12 11 11 10 Assists 25 21 21 20 18 18 18 17 17 16 16 Assists 18 17 16 16 15 15 14 37 37 37 22 27 .821 14 23 12 12 19 18 202 3

Head Coach Ben Kirkland 1981-1988

HUSKIES OVER THE YEARS

37 37 37 20 27 .647 7 7 7 7 12 10 13 133 148 8

HUSKY SINGLE GAME BESTS

1. 2. 1. 2. 1. 2.

Goals Kevin Walsh B. Sutherland Assists Todd Krygier Todd Krygier Points Todd Krygier Kevin Walsh

1965-66 1967-68 1968-69 19-69-70 1970-71 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1977-78 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1990-91 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2003-04 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

2/17/91 2/1/92

6 5

11/11/87 11/27/87

7 6

11/11/87 2/17/91

9 (2g/7a) 8 (6g/2a)

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Nichols, 10-1 Rutgers, 5-2 Trinity, 9-1 Trinity, 6-5 Trinity, 8-2 Trinity, 6-1 New Haven, 4-1 Babson, 8-3 Babson, 4-3 UMass, 3-1 Framingham State, 10-1 Colby, 5-2 UMass-Boston, 9-6 Westfield State, 10-3 UMass-Boston, 9-6 Westfield State, 9-0 New England, 7-6 Westfield State, 11-3 New England, 3-0 North Adams State, 6-2 Amherst, 13-6 Trinity, 7-6 Southern Maine, 9-1 Salem State, 7-4 AIC, 3-1 AIC, 7-1 AIC, 7-4 AIC, 4-2 Army, 4-3 AIC, 3-1

Head Coach Bruce Marshall 1988-Present

Year Coach Record 1960-61 ............John Chapman ............ 4-6-1 ........ 1961-62 ............John Chapman ............ 2-9-1 ........ 1962-63 ............John Chapman .............. 4-3 .......... 1963-64 ............John Chapman .............. 3-8 .......... 1964-65 ............John Chapman ............. 10-6 ......... 1965-66 ............John Chapman ............ 10-11 ........ 1966-67 ............John Chapman ............. 6-10 ......... 1967-68 ............John Chapman ............ 13-10 ........ 1968-69 ............John Chapman ............ 12-10 ........ 1969-70 ............John Chapman ............. 11-9 ......... 1970-71 ............John Chapman ............. 7-16 ......... 1971-72 ............John Chapman ............ 11-15 ........ 1972-73 ............John Chapman ............ 12-12 ........ 1973-74 ............John Chapman ............ 15-10 ........ 1974-75 ............John Chapman .......... 15-10-1 ...... 1975-76 ............John Chapman .......... 12-11-1 ...... 1976-77 ............John Chapman ........... 8-14-2 ....... 1977-78 ............John Chapman .......... 12-10-1 ...... 1978-79 ............John Chapman ............ 11-14 ........ 1979-80 ............John Chapman ............ 13-11 ........ 1980-81 ............John Chapman ............. 5-16 ......... 1981-82 .............. Ben Kirtland ............... 9-11 ......... 1982-83 .............. Ben Kirtland .............. 10-14 ........ 1983-84 .............. Ben Kirtland .............. 13-15 ........ 1984-85 .............Ben Kirtland * ............. 14-10 ........ 1985-86 .............Ben Kirtland * ............. 16-17 ........ 1986-87 .............Ben Kirtland * ........... 11-16-2 ...... 1987-88 .............. Ben Kirtland .............. 12-15 ........ 1988-89 ............Bruce Marshall ............. 6-21 ......... 1989-90 ...........Bruce Marshall * ......... 15-11-1 ...... 1990-91 ...........Bruce Marshall * .......... 18-7-2 ....... 1991-92 ...........Bruce Marshall * .......... 22-4-2 ....... 1992-93 ...........Bruce Marshall * .......... 19-6-2 ....... 1993-94 ...........Bruce Marshall * .......... 15-8-3 ....... 1994-95 ...........Bruce Marshall * .......... 15-7-5 ....... 1995-96 ...........Bruce Marshall * .......... 16-9-1 ....... 1996-97 ............Bruce Marshall .......... 11-12-2 ...... 1997-98 ........... Bruce Marshall* ......... 13-13-1 ...... 1998-99# ......... Bruce Marshall^ ......... 20-10-4 ...... 1999-00 ........... Bruce Marshall^ ......... 19-16-1 ...... 2000-01 ........... Bruce Marshall^ ......... 12-19-4 ...... 2001-02 ........... Bruce Marshall^ ......... 13-16-7 ...... 2002-03 ............Bruce Marshall ........... 8-23-3 ....... 2003-04 ...........Bruce Marshall$ ......... 12-16-7 ...... 2004-05 ...........Bruce Marshall$ ......... 11-23-3 ...... 2005-06 ...........Bruce Marshall$ ......... 11-23-2 ...... 2006-07 ...........Bruce Marshall$ ......... 16-18-2 ...... 2007-08 ...........Bruce Marshall$ ......... 13-21-3 ...... 2008-09 ...........Bruce Marshall$ .......... 9-26-2 ....... 2009-10 ...........Bruce Marshall$ .......... 7-27-3 ....... 50 Seasons Overall .......................... 582-655-69 ... *— Indicates ECAC Tournament Berth ^— Indicates MAAC Playoffs #— Division I Play Began $— Indicates Atlantic Hockey Playoffs

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UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT POSTSEASON ACCOLADES 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years ALL-AMERICANS Eric Linkowski ......2nd Team ..............1998 Ryan Equale......... 1st Team...............1996 Bryan Quinn.........2nd Team ..............1995 Chris Potter..........2nd Team ..............1993 Bryan Krygier ....... 1st Team...............1992 Bryan Krygier .......2nd Team ..............1991 Todd Krygier ........ 1st Team...............1988 Todd Krygier ........2nd Team ..............1987 Harry Geary .........2nd Team ..............1986

ECAC EAST ALL-STARS Eric Linkowski ......2nd Team ..............1997 Ryan Equale......... 1st Team...............1996 Bryan Quinn......... 1st Team...............1995 Ryan Equale.........2nd Team ..............1995 D.J. LeBlanc .........2nd Team ..............1994 Chris Potter.......... 1st Team...............1993 Chris Potter.......... 1st Team...............1992 Bryan Krygier ....... 1st Team...............1992 Mike Krygier.........2nd Team ..............1992 Bryan Krygier .......2nd Team ..............1991 Bryan Krygier .......2nd Team ..............1990 Todd Krygier ........2nd Team ..............1988

ATLANTIC HOCKEY ASSOCIATION INDIVIDUAL AWARDS PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Tim Olsen .......................................... 2004

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Trevor Stewart ....................................2007

ALL-AHA TEAM

First Team Tim Olsen ............ 1st Team.................2005 Tim Olsen ............ 1st Team.................2004 Eric Nelson .......... 1st Team.................2004 Second Team Sean Erickson ......2nd Team ................ 2009 Beau Erickson ......2nd Team ................2008 Third Team Sean Erickson ...... 3rd Team ................ 2007 Rookie Team Alex Gerke ...........All-Rookie ................ 2010 Sean Erickson ......All-Rookie ................2006 Brad Smith...........All-Rookie ................2005 Matt Scherer ........All-Rookie ................2004 Scott Tomes .........All-Rookie ................2004

ATLANTIC HOCKEY ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM Sean Ambrosie ..................................... 2010 Jon Anderson ...................................... 2006 B.J. Bayers................................. 2006,08,09 J.R. Corkery ............................... 2004,05,06 Matt Demas ........................................ 2005 Archie Dessert.................................2005,06 James Gallagher.................................. 2010 Frederic Jean .................................. 2007,08 Corey Jendras ..................................... 2009 Cole Koidahl ....................................2004,06 Matthew Miller .................................... 2010 Brendan Olinyk ......................2007,08,09,10 Michael Olmstead ................................ 2007 Adam Rhein ....................................2004,05 Matt Scherer ...................................2006,07 Trevor Stewart .................................... 2006 Matt Turner.....................................2008,09

METRO ATLANTIC ATHLETIC CONFERENCE INDIVIDUAL AWARDS MAAC AWARDS

Michael Boylan ..........First Team .........2002 Adam Rhein .............. All-Rookie .........2002 Eric Nelson ............... All-Rookie ........ 2001 Michael Goldkind ....... 2nd Team ........2001 Geoff Angell ...............1st Team .........1999 Rob Martin ................ 2nd Team ........1999 Michael Boylan .......... All-Rookie ........1999 John Chain ............... All-Rookie ........1999

DEFENSIVE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

Eric Nelson ...................................... 2001

MAAC ALL-ACADEMIC AWARDS

Kurt Kamienski ..... All-Academic ........ 2003 DJ Miller .............. All-Academic ........ 2003 Adam Rhein ......... All-Academic ........ 2003 Michael Boylan ..... All-Academic ........ 2002 Kurt Kamienski ..... All-Academic ........ 2002 DJ Miller .............. All-Academic ........ 2002 Eric Nelson .......... All-Academic ........ 2002 Michael Boylan ..... All-Academic ........ 2001 Michael Goldkind .. All-Academic ........ 2001 Kurt Kamienski ..... All-Academic ....... 2001 Travis Wood ......... All-Academic ....... 2001 Michael Boylan ..... All-Academic ........ 2000 Michael Goldkind .. All-Academic ....... 2000 Michael Goldkind .. All-Academic ....... 1999

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA TEAM

Michael Boylan .......... 3rd Team ....2001-02 Michael Goldkind ....... 3rd Team ....2000-01

COSIDA ACADEMIC DISTRICT TEAM

Michael Michael Michael Michael

Boylan ...........1st Goldkind ........1st Boylan ..........2nd Goldkind .......2nd

Team ....2001-02 Team ....2000-01 Team ....2000-01 Team ....1999-00

UCONN TEAM AWARDS

TEAM MOST VALUABLE PLAYER

2010..................................... Garrett Bartus 2009..................................... Sean Erickson 2008..................................... Beau Erickson 2007....................................... Matt Scherer 2006........................................Cole Koidahl 2005 .......................................... Tim Olsen 2004 .......................................... Tim Olsen 2003 ................................... Kurt Kamienski 2002 ................................... Michael Boylan 2001 ................................ Michael Goldkind 2000 .................................. Marc Senerchia Michael Goldkind 1999 .......................................Geoff Angell Dan Sheehan 1998 .................................. Michael Schultz 1997 ........................................Peter Lyden 1996 .......................................Ryan Equale 1995 .......................................Bryan Quinn 1994 ................................ Brian Sutherland 1993 ..................................... Doug Michals 1992 ....................................... Rich Brande .................................................... Jeff Ray ............................................Kevin Sullivan ............................................ Bryan Krygier .........................................Damen Dawson 1991 ..................................... Bryan Krygier ..........................................Damen Dawson 1990 .....................................Bryan Krygier 1989 ...................................... Mike Powers

1988 ...................................... Todd Krygier 1987 .....................................Mark Kosinski Todd Krygier 1986 .....................................Mark Kosinski 1985 ...................................... J.T. Marcoux

7TH PLAYER AWARD

2010 ..................................... Stevie Bergin 2009 ................................... Nick Schneider 2008 ................................... Nick Schneider 2007 ..................................Jarrett Scarpaci 2006 ........................................Brian Burns 2005 ...............................Aaron Kakepetum 2004 .......................................Jason Carey 2003 ....................................Marcus Baxter 2002 .................................... Evan Schwarz 2001 ....................................... Matt Herhal 2000 ...................................... Trent Landry 1999 .....................................Kevin Connell 1998 .................................Marc Busenburg 1997 .......................................Geoff Angell 1996 .................................... Eric Linkowski 1995 ....................................... J.J. Doherty 1994 .......................................Peter Belisle 1993 ...................................... Bryan Quinn 1992 .................................... Kevin Sullivan 1991 ........................................ Don Collins 1990 .........................................Pete Heine 1989 ..................................Damen Dawson 1988 .........................................Tim Brown 1987 .................................. Peter Friedman 1986 .............................. Chuck Jancaterino 1985 .................................... Dave Shepard

UCONN HOCKEY SILVER BOWL

2010.................................. Michael Coppola 2009................................... Brendan Bayers 2008................................... Charles Solberg 2007.........................................Brian Burns 2006.......................................... Chris Uber 2005 ....................................... Adam Rhein 2004 ........................................ Eric Nelson 2003 ...................................... Bret Bostock 2002 ..................................Anders Johnson 2001 ................................... Michael Boylan 2000 .....................................Andy Huggett .........................................Michael Narotski 1999 .........................................Rob Martin 1998 ..................................... Kevin Connell 1997 .................................. Michael Schultz 1996 ....................................... Jon Dunmar

THOMAS JACQUARD AWARD

2010.................................... Sean Ambrosie 2009.................................. Marcello Ranallo 2008......................................Andrew Olson 2007................................ Michael Olmstead 2006..................................... Sean Erickson 2005 .................................. Charles Solberg 2004 ...................................... Matt Scherer 2003 .................................. Eric St. Arnauld 2002 ....................................... Adam Rhein 2001 ........................................ Eric Nelson 2000 ................................... Kurt Kamienski 1999 ................................... Michael Boylan 1998 ................................ Michael Goldkind 1997 ................................. Marc Busenburg

COACH JOHN CHAPMAN AWARD

2010......................................Andrew Olson 2009......................................Andrew Olson 2008.................................. Michael Coppola 2007.................................... Trevor Stewart 2006.................................... Trevor Stewart 2005 ....................................... J.R. Corkery 2004 ......................................... Chris Uber 2003 ........................................ Eric Nelson 2002 ........................................Matt Herhal

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UNIVERSITY YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS OF CONNECTICUT 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years at Wesleyan ........................ W, 13-4 at Bowdoin ..............................L, 6-3 at Lowell Tech ...................... L, 12-3 1960-61 • Record: 4-6-1 Head Coach: John Chapman at Rutgers.............................. W, 6-1 at Amherst ............................. W, 3-2 AMHERST...............................L, 8-3 Captain: Charles Mitchell at Harvard JV.........................L, 7-3 at Fort Devens ..................... W, 4-3 at Williams ...........................L, 10-7 at Merrimack ..........................L, 8-3 at Massachusetts...................T, 3-3 at Colgate ..............................L, 8-2 at New Hampshire ...............L, 10-4 at Wesleyan ........................W, 11-5 at Pennsylvania .....................L, 4-3 at MIT .................................. W, 7-4 at AIC ................................... W, 8-7

1961-62 • Record: 2-9-1 Head Coach: John Chapman Captains: Kenes, Nelson at Brown ................................L, 7-0 at AIC ...................................L, 10-5 at Harvard JV.......................L, 13-2 at Williams .............................L, 9-0 at New Hampshire ...............L, 13-0 at Wesleyan ......................... W, 6-2 at MIT ....................................L, 4-1 at Massachusetts...................L, 9-2 at Rutgers ............................ W, 6-5 at Pennsylvania .....................T, 5-5 at Boston College JV ........... W, 3-2 at Colgate ............................L, 13-1

1962-63 • Record: 4-3 Head Coach: John Chapman Captains: Zucchi, Carpenter, Delto-Stritto, Cronenberg at Pennsylvania .....................L, 3-2 at Rutgers ............................ W, 3-2 at Massachusetts...................L, 9-3 at Wesleyan ......................... W, 4-3 at MIT .................................. W, 3-1 at AIC .....................................L, 9-5 at Amherst ........................... W, 6-5

1963-64 • Record: 3-8 Head Coach: John Chapman Captains: Affleck, Westberg at Massachusetts...................L, 7-2 at MIT .................................. W, 8-3 Intercession Tournament vs. Merrimack ......................L, 12-0 vs. MIT ................................. W, 8-2 at Wesleyan ...........................L, 4-3 at Rutgers ............................ W, 9-5 at Pennsylvania .....................L, 8-4 at Nichols ...............................L, 3-2 at AIC ...................................L, 11-1 Yankee Conference Tournament (4th place) vs. Vermont ...........................L, 11-2 vs. Massachusetts ..................L, 8-3

1964-65 • Record: 10-6 Head Coach: John Chapman Captain: Rich Andrews at WPI.................................... W, 9-2 at Amherst ...............................L, 6-3 at Nichols............................... W, 7-4 vs. New Hampshire .............. L, 12-1 vs. Massachusetts ................ W, 5-4 at MIT .................................... W, 9-5 at Massachusetts ....................L, 3-1 at Middlebury........................ L, 12-1 at Vermont ........................... W, 10-5 MIT Tournament at MIT .................................... W, 8-4 vs. Pennsylvania .....................L, 7-4 vs. WPI .................................W, 11-4

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at Pennsylvania ..................... W, 4-2 at AIC.................................... L, 17-5

1965-66 • Record: 10-11 Head Coach: John Chapman Captain: Russell Hintz NICHOLS ............................ W, 10-1 MIDDLEBURY...................... L, 15-1 AMHERST...............................L, 5-2 at Vermont ............................ L, 10-5 HOLY CROSS ....................... W, 8-2 Amherst Invitational at AIC.................................... L, 12-2 vs. Norwich..............................L, 3-2 vs. Massachusetts ................ W, 4-2 Yankee Conference Tournament vs. Vermont .............................L, 4-3 vs. Massachusetts ................ W, 6-5 WPI...................................... W, 13-1 VERMONT ............................L, 11-2 at New Hampshire ............... L, 15-1 MIT Tournament vs. Wesleyan ....................... W, 10-4 at MIT .................................... W, 7-5 at Massachusetts .................. W, 3-2 at Pennsylvania .....................L, 11-9 at Bowdoin ........................... L, 12-1 WESLEYAN .........................W, 11-3 at Rutgers.............................. W, 9-3 AIC ....................................... L, 17-2

1966-67 • Record: 6-10 Head Coach: John Chapman Captain: Thomas Richardson at Amherst ...............................L, 6-3 at Hamilton ........................... L, 12-3 RUTGERS............................. W, 3-1 WISCONSIN ...........................L, 8-1 NICHOLS .............................. W, 8-4 MASSACHUSETTS ................L, 5-3 PENNSYLVANIA .....................L, 8-0 MIT ........................................ W, 8-3 at Holy Cross...........................L, 4-3 at AIC.......................................L, 9-2 WESLEYAN ........................ W, 13-1 HOLY CROSS ....................... W, 3-2 at Vermont ...............................L, 6-3 BABSON ............................... W, 5-2 BOWDOIN...............................L, 9-1 NEW HAMPSHIRE .............. L, 18-0

1967-68 • Record: 13-10 Head Coach: John Chapman Captain: Kevin Burke RUTGERS............................. W, 5-2 VERMONT ..............................L, 8-6 NICHOLS .............................. W, 6-0 HAMILTON ..............................L, 4-2 at New Hampshire ............... L, 12-1 AMHERST...............................L, 5-4 at Vermont ...............................L, 5-2 at Massachusetts ....................L, 4-2 at Williams ...............................L, 6-1 at MIT .................................... W, 5-1 MIT Tournament vs. Holy Cross ....................... W, 8-1 vs. Nichols ............................. W, 8-2 vs. MIT................................... W, 6-1 at Babson .............................W, 11-2 at Pennsylvania .......................L, 5-3 at Lehigh................................ W, 6-1 HOLY CROSS ....................... W, 5-2 at Massachusetts .................. W, 7-4 BABSON ............................. W, 13-5 at Colby ...................................L, 6-3

LAFAYETTE ........................ W, 10-0

1968-69 • Record: 12-10 Head Coach: John Chapman Captain: Allan Lyon TRINITY ................................ W, 9-1 WESLEYAN ........................ W, 14-0 PENNSYLVANIA .....................L, 8-2 WILLIAMS ............................. W, 8-3 at Hamilton ..............................L, 7-6 NEW HAMPSHIRE ...............L, 11-0 Yankee Conference Tournament (4th Place) vs. New Hampshire .................L, 9-0 vs. Massachusetts ..................L, 7-3 at Amherst ............................. W, 3-2 COLBY ................................... L, 4-2 MIT ...................................... W, 9-4 RUTGERS ........................... W, 6-0 BOWDOIN .............................L, 9-2 BABSON.............................. W, 6-1 at Holy Cross ....................... W, 7-3 MASSACHUSETTS...............L, 7-1 LOWELL TECH ................... W, 7-2 at Babson ............................ W, 5-1 NICHOLS........................... W, 13-1 at Army ................................L, 10-2 AMHERST ........................... W, 4-3 VERMONT.............................L, 7-1

1969-70 • Record: 11-9 Head Coach: John Chapman Captain: Steve Drawbridge TRINITY ................................ W, 6-5 LOWELL TECH ..................... W, 3-1 at Williams .............................L, 11-2 at MIT .................................... W, 9-1 at New Hampshire ..................L, 8-0 RUTGERS........................... W, 10-1 ST. ANSELM ......................... W, 7-0 AMHERST............................. W, 6-2 at Colby ...................................L, 5-1 at Bowdoin ..............................L, 6-2 at Holy Cross......................... W, 5-1 BABSON .................................L, 2-1 at Pennsylvania .................... L, 10-1 MASSACHUSETTS ................L, 3-0 at Lowell Tech ....................... W, 5-4 at Babson ................................L, 7-4 HOLY CROSS ....................... W, 8-3 ARMY .................................... W, 3-2 at Amherst ............................. W, 8-6 at Vermont ............................ L, 10-0

1970-71 • Record: 7-16 Head Coach: John Chapman Captain: John Santucci TRINITY ................................ W, 8-2 LOWELL TECH .......................L, 4-2 PENNSYLVANIA .................. L, 13-1 at Babson .............................. W, 3-2 BOWDOIN.............................L, 11-0 at Holy Cross...........................L, 5-2 at Rutgers .............................. W, 3-0 at New Haven........................ W, 7-4 at Amherst ...............................L, 7-1 VERMONT ..............................L, 5-0 COLBY ....................................L, 8-1 WILLIAMS ...............................L, 8-2 at Massachusetts ..................L, 11-1 BABSON ............................... W, 5-4 LEHIGH ................................. W, 3-1 at Army ................................. L, 12-0 HOLY CROSS .........................L, 5-3 HAMILTON ..............................L, 9-2

NICHOLS .............................. W, 6-2 ST. ANSELM ...........................L, 7-4 MIT ..........................................L, 3-2

1971-72 • Record: 11-15 Head Coach: John Chapman Captain: Ashley Atherton TRINITY ..................................L, 5-3 at Yale................................... L, 16-2 LOWELL TECH .......................L, 6-3 at Williams ...............................L, 8-1 at Babson .............................. W, 5-4 NEW ENGLAND ................... W, 5-1 LEHIGH ............................... W, 13-2 at Holy Cross......................... W, 4-3 vs. Lehigh .............................. W, 4-1 vs. New Haven ........................L, 5-4 at Colby ...................................L, 8-2 at Bowdoin ........................... L, 10-2 ARMY ......................................L, 4-2 AMHERST...............................L, 6-5 at Amherst ............................. W, 5-4 MASSACHUSETTS ..............L, 11-2 at Vermont ............................ L, 16-2 at Lowell Tech .........................L, 6-2 HOLY CROSS ..................... W, 10-3 at Hamilton ........................... L, 10-2 WESLEYAN .......................... W, 3-2 BABSON ............................... W, 3-2 ST. ANSELM ...........................L, 7-0 at MIT .................................... W, 9-3 at Wesleyan ............................L, 7-4 NICHOLS .............................. W, 6-2

1972-73 • Record: 12-12 Head Coach: John Chapman Captain: Paul Bastarache TRINITY ................................ W, 6-1 COLBY .................................. W, 5-2 AMHERST............................. W, 5-4 at Babson ................................L, 6-2 BOWDOIN...............................L, 7-2 LEHIGH ............................... W, 14-0 at Amherst ............................. W, 6-5 NICHOLS .............................W, 11-3 NEW HAVEN......................... W, 5-3 at Williams ............................ L, 12-1 HOLY CROSS ....................... W, 6-4 at Army ....................................L, 9-1 LOWELL TECH .......................L, 4-3 at New Haven..........................L, 4-2 at Wesleyan .......................... W, 7-3 MIT ...................................... W, 13-1 at Amherst ...............................L, 6-1 VERMONT ..............................L, 6-0 at Lowell Tech .........................L, 7-3 at St. Anselm ...........................L, 5-1 at Holy Cross...........................L, 6-4 HAMILTON ..............................L, 6-5 BABSON ............................... W, 6-3 WESLEYAN .......................... W, 9-7

1973-74 • Record: 15-10 Head Coach: John Chapman Captain: Tom Dockrell at Trinity ................................. W, 6-1 NEW HAVEN......................... W, 4-1 at Babson ................................L, 6-5 at Bowdoin ............................L, 11-3 at Colby ................................. W, 8-6 AMHERST............................. W, 7-3 NICHOLS .............................. W, 9-3 vs. Wesleyan ......................... W, 6-4 vs. Trinity ............................... W, 9-5 WILLIAMS ...............................L, 3-0


UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years NEW HAVEN .........................L, 4-3 BRYANT ..................................L, 5-4 1976-77 • Record: 8-14-2 Head Coach: John Chapman NORTH ADAMS STATE .........L, 6-5 at Williams .............................L, 5-3

ST. ANSELM ...........................L, 5-1 at New Haven...................... W, 10-3 at Holy Cross......................... W, 3-2 LOWELL TECH ..................... W, 5-4 BRYANT .............................. W, 14-1 ARMY ......................................L, 7-3 WESLEYAN .......................... W, 4-3 at Amherst ............................. W, 8-3 at Vermont ...............................L, 6-2 MASSACHUSETTS ................L, 7-1 at Lowell Tech .........................L, 7-5 at Hamilton ..............................L, 8-3 HOLY CROSS ..................... W, 12-4 BABSON ............................... W, 7-2 at Wesleyan ............................L, 8-5

1974-75 • Record: 15-10-1 Head Coach: John Chapman Captain: Bob Breig at Lowell Tech .........................L, 7-1 BABSON ............................... W, 8-3 at Amherst ...............................L, 6-5 BOWDOIN...............................L, 7-6 BRYANT ................................ W, 6-4 vs. Holy Cross ....................... W, 9-3 vs. Fairfield ............................ W, 8-3 at New Haven........................ W, 6-1 AIC ........................................ W, 3-2 COLBY ....................................T, 2-2 HOLY CROSS ....................... W, 5-3 TRINITY ...............................W, 11-8 WESLEYAN .......................... W, 6-2 at Army ....................................L, 8-4 at Babson .............................. W, 5-4 WILLIAMS ............................. W, 2-1 NEW HAVEN......................... W, 7-4 AMHERST............................. W, 8-1 at Massachusetts ....................L, 5-3 VERMONT ..............................L, 7-2 HAMILTON ..............................L, 8-5 at Holy Cross...........................L, 6-4 NEW ENGLAND ................... W, 8-5 at St. Anselm ........................ L, 10-2 at Wesleyan .......................... W, 8-2 LOWELL TECH .......................L, 6-2

1975-76 • Record: 12-11-1 Head Coach: John Chapman Captains: George Wooster, Bill Denehy, Rich Dyroff at Bryant ................................ W, 3-2 BABSON ............................... W, 4-3 NEW HAVEN......................... W, 5-4 at Amherst ............................. W, 6-2 at Bowdoin ..............................L, 5-4 at Lowell Tech .........................T, 1-1 FAIRFIELD ............................ W, 9-1 LOWELL TECH ..................... W, 4-3 at New Haven........................ W, 4-2 at Trinity ................................. W, 5-2 at AIC.......................................L, 6-4 at Williams ...............................L, 5-1 BRYANT ..................................L, 7-6 at Holy Cross...........................L, 8-4 at Salem State...................... L, 10-4 at North Adams State ..............L, 4-2 at Hamilton ..............................L, 5-2 MASSACHUSETTS ................L, 5-2 at Colby ................................. W, 6-4 at New England ..................... W, 2-1 at Wesleyan .......................... W, 5-3 ARMY ....................................L, 11-0 ST. ANSELM ...........................L, 8-3 at Babson .............................. W, 4-0

Captains: Tom Dyroff, Steve Swanson, Frank Longobardi at New Haven..........................L, 6-4 at St. Anselm ...........................L, 5-1 BABSON .................................T, 5-5 AMHERST............................. W, 7-0 BOWDOIN...............................L, 4-3 at Lowell Tech. ........................L, 3-2 at Massachusetts ....................L, 6-3 BRYANT .............................. W, 10-5 COLBY ....................................L, 5-4 WILLIAMS ...............................L, 5-2 WESLEYAN ............................T, 5-5 NEW HAVEN......................... W, 3-2 TRINITY ................................ W, 9-3 NORTH ADAMS STATE ..... W, 13-4 HAMILTON ..............................L, 8-2 at Army ....................................L, 5-2 at Fairfield.............................. W, 7-3 at Salem State.........................L, 5-2 AIC ..........................................L, 6-2 at Bryant ..................................L, 6-3 HOLY CROSS ....................... W, 4-3 NEW ENGLAND ................... W, 4-1 at Babson ................................L, 7-2 LOWELL TECH .......................L, 5-4

1977-78 • Record: 12-10-1 Head Coach: John Chapman Captains: Kevin Pierce, Paul McCormick, Terry Pendergast MASSACHUSETTS .............. W, 3-1 ST. ANSELM ...........................L, 6-2 at Bryant ..................................L, 6-4 AMHERST............................. W, 8-4 at Maine................................ L, 10-2 at Bowdoin ........................... L, 10-2 ARMY ................................... L, 10-6 BABSON .................................L, 5-3 at AIC.......................................L, 6-3 at Williams ...............................L, 7-3 at Wesleyan .......................... W, 9-4 BRIDGEWATER STATE ....... W, 4-2 at North Adams State ............ W, 5-4 at Hamilton ..............................L, 3-2 at Trinity ................................. W, 4-1 FAIRFIELD ...........................W, 11-0 at New Haven..........................L, 3-2 at Amherst ............................. W, 9-4 at Holy Cross......................... W, 6-3 BRYANT .............................. W, 10-7 at New England ..................... W, 4-1 at Babson ................................T, 2-2 NEW HAVEN......................... W, 5-1

1978-79 • Record: 11-14 Head Coach: John Chapman Captains: Ben Kirtland, Chris Keiley, Ray Paquet MAINE .................................. L, 10-4 Trinity Invitational (1st Place) vs. Wesleyan ......................... W, 4-1 vs. Amherst ........................... W, 8-3 at Amherst ............................. W, 8-7 BOWDOIN...............................L, 3-0 at New Haven..........................L, 4-1 at Army .................................. W, 5-4 WESTFIELD STATE ...............L, 5-4 NEW ENGLAND .....................L, 8-2 FAIRFIELD ............................ W, 6-1 at Babson ................................L, 4-1 at Salem State.........................L, 9-3 AIC ..........................................L, 2-1 WILLIAMS ...............................L, 5-2 at Bridgewater State ...............L, 5-1

HAMILTON ............................ W, 6-1 TRINITY ................................ W, 6-5 at Massachusetts .................. W, 5-2 AMHERST............................. W, 9-0 NEW HAVEN......................... W, 6-4 at Bryant ..................................L, 8-3 at St. Anselm ...........................L, 8-5 BABSON ............................... W, 3-2

1979-80 Record: 13-11 Head Coach: John Chapman Captains: Gregg Hutchings, John Peters NEW HAVEN .........................L, 5-4 ST. ANSELM ........................ W, 7-4 at Amherst ........................... W, 4-3 ARMY ....................................L, 5-4 at Bowdoin ...........................L, 10-2 at New England .....................L, 7-3 AMHERST ........................... W, 8-3 at Westfield State ..................L, 6-5 at Lowell Tech ......................L, 13-5 at Colby .................................L, 3-2 BABSON................................L, 4-3 SALEM STATE .................... W, 3-2 at AIC .....................................L, 6-3 at Williams .............................L, 4-2 UPSALA............................... W, 7-3 at Bryant .............................. W, 9-6 at North Adams State .......... W, 5-3 at Hamilton .......................... W, 7-3 at Trinity ............................... W, 4-1 FRAMINGHAM STATE ...... W, 10-5 at New Haven ...................... W, 3-1 BRYANT .............................. W, 7-3 BRIDGEWATER STATE ...... W, 6-4 at Fairfield ..............................L, 5-2

1980-81 • Record: 5-16 Head Coach: John Chapman Captains: Dave L’Ecuyer, Nigel Barton, Mark McGoldrick at Army ..................................L, 7-1 LOWELL TECH .....................L, 3-2 NEW ENGLAND ....................L, 2-1 AMHERST ........................... W, 6-1 NORTH ADAMS STATE ........L, 5-3 BOWDOIN .............................L, 4-3 at New Haven ........................L, 6-5 AIC....................................... W, 3-0 WILLIAMS .............................L, 5-4 at Salem State .....................L, 11-2 FAIRFIELD ........................ W, 12-4 at Amherst ........................... W, 7-6 BABSON................................L, 6-1 at St. Anselm .........................L, 6-5 at Framingham State .............L, 5-3 TRINITY............................... W, 4-3 COLBY ..................................L, 4-3 NEW HAVEN .........................L, 6-4 at Babson ..............................L, 6-4 WESTFIELD STATE ..............L, 4-2 at Holy Cross .......................L, 10-4

1981-82 • Record: 9-11 Head Coach: Ben Kirtland Captains: Mark McGoldrick, Brian Foster, Dave L’Ecuyer, Neill Jordan FRAMINGHAM STATE ...... W, 10-1 at Lowell ..............................L, 10-2 ARMY ................................ W, 10-4 at Colby .................................L, 7-3 at Bowdoin ...........................L, 11-4

BABSON................................L, 4-3 at North Adams State ............L, 7-5 at Babson ..............................L, 8-7 SALEM STATE .................... W, 6-5 HAMILTON .......................... W, 3-2 at New Haven ...................... W, 8-5 at New England .....................L, 6-2 ST. ANSELM ..........................L, 8-7 HOLY CROSS .......................L, 6-3 at Trinity ............................... W, 7-4 at Amherst ........................... W, 3-2 at AIC ................................... W, 5-3 at Fairfield .......................... W, 15-4

1982-83 • Record: 10-14 Head Coach: Ben Kirtland Captains: Dave L’Ecuyer, Doug Stanley Charger Invitational (1st Place) vs. AIC ................................. W, 9-4 vs. Westfield State ............... W, 7-6 Merrimack Tournament (4th Place) vs. Merrimack ........................L, 6-2 vs. New England....................L, 4-3 at Army ..................................L, 5-4 COLBY ................................ W, 5-2 BOWDOIN ........................... W, 5-4 FAIRFIELD .......................... W, 7-2 at Babson ..............................L, 4-1 at Framingham State .............L, 2-1 NEW HAVEN .........................L, 8-5 Crusader Classic (3rd Place) vs. Babson .............................L, 4-3 vs. Westfield State ............... W, 9-3 at AIC .....................................L, 4-2 WILLIAMS ........................... W, 5-3 TRINITY............................... W, 5-0 BABSON................................L, 6-3 AIC..................................... W, 13-6 ST. ANSELM ..........................L, 6-4 NEW ENGLAND .................. W, 8-7 at New Haven ........................L, 9-8 at Salem State .......................L, 5-4 at Holy Cross .........................L, 4-2 AMHERST .............................L, 8-7

1983-84 • Record: 13-15 Head Coach: Ben Kirtland Captains: Doug Stanley, Brian Hitchings at Westfield State ..................L, 3-2 at Holy Cross .........................L, 5-2 MASSACHUSETTS-BOSTON ...W, 9-6 Williams Tournament (1st Place) vs. Hamilton ......................... W, 5-4 vs. Williams.......................... W, 4-2 at Connecticut College ........ W, 8-3 at Bowdoin .............................L, 6-0 at Colby .................................L, 6-4 BABSON................................L, 5-1 Crusader Classic (4th Place) vs. North Adams State ...........L, 5-3 vs. Holy Cross .......................L, 6-2 Blue Gold Tournament (4th Place) vs. Merrimack ........................L, 4-1 vs. Elmira ...............................L, 8-3 at Alaska-Anchorage .............L, 4-1 at Alaska-Anchorage ........... W, 5-1 at Alaska-Fairbanks ...............L, 6-4 at Alaska-Fairbanks ............. W, 4-3 AIC....................................... W, 5-3 HOLY CROSS ..................... W, 8-5 at Trinity ............................... W, 7-3 at Babson ..............................L, 8-3

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UNIVERSITY YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS OF CONNECTICUT 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years NORTH ADAMS STATE ...... W, 3-2 WESLEYAN ....................... W, 13-2 1988-89 • Record: 6-21 HOLY CROSS ..................... W, 4-2 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall BOWDOIN ........................... W, 3-1

at AIC ................................... W, 4-3 NORTH ADAMS STATE ...... W, 5-3 FRAMINGHAM STATE ...... W, 13-1 MERRIMACK.........................L, 7-2 FAIRFIELD ........................ W, 15-5 at New England .....................L, 5-3 ST. ANSELM ..........................L, 9-6

FAIRFIELD ........................ W, 13-2 NEW ENGLAND .................. W, 7-5 at AIC ...................................L, 11-4 ECAC Playoffs at Babson ..............................L, 4-2

1984-85 • Record: 14-10 Head Coach: Ben Kirtland

1986-87 • Record: 11-16-2 Head Coach: Ben Kirtland

Captains: Bruce Marshall (below), Bob Falvey at New England .....................L, 6-3 WESTFIELD STATE ...........W, 10-3 Merrimack Tournament.(4th Place) vs. Merrimack ........................L, 6-2 vs. New England....................L, 4-3 at Massachusetts-Boston ......L, 5-2 BOWDOIN ........................... W, 3-2 at St. Anselm .........................L, 7-2 at Babson ............................L, 13-2 COLBY ..................................L, 5-1 CONNECTICUT COLLEGE W, 4-3 Williams Tournament (1st Place) vs. Holy Cross ..................... W, 7-4 vs. Geneseo State ............... W, 6-5 at Holy Cross .........................L, 8-6 at AIC ................................... W, 4-3 TRINITY............................... W, 4-3 AIC....................................... W, 5-4 CANISIUS............................ W, 9-2 HOLY CROSS ..................... W, 4-3 at Fairfield ............................ W, 8-6 at North Adams State .......... W, 5-2 at Framingham State ........... W, 7-5 NEW ENGLAND .................. W, 4-3 at Merrimack ..........................L, 5-1 ECAC Playoffs at Salem State University at Salem State .......................L, 5-2

Captains: Harry Geary, Chuck Jancaterino, Todd Krygier RIT Tournament (3rd Place) vs. AIC .................................L, 10-5 vs. North Adams State ......... W, 8-3 WESTFIELD STATE ............ W, 9-0 at New England .....................T, 3-3 vs. St. Anselm ........................L, 3-1 vs. AIC ................................. W, 7-5 at Massachusetts-Boston .... W, 6-5 BOWDOIN .............................L, 6-2 COLBY ..................................L, 8-3 at Babson ..............................L, 5-2 HOLY CROSS ..................... W, 5-4 CONNECTICUT COLLEGE ..L, 6-5 at US International .................L, 9-1 at US International .................L, 8-2 at Air Force ............................L, 7-5 at Air Force ............................L, 7-4 vs. Potsdam ...........................L, 9-4 vs. AIC ...................................T, 9-9 at Holy Cross ....................... W, 5-4 at AIC ...................................L, 10-7 at St. Anselm .........................L, 8-4 RIT ....................................... W, 5-4 at North Adams State .......... W, 8-1 NEW ENGLAND .................. W, 6-2 FRAMINGHAM STATE ........L, 10-8 at Merrimack ........................L, 11-1 AIC....................................... W, 4-3 FAIRFIELD ........................ W, 18-1 ECAC Playoffs at Merrimack ..........................L, 6-2

1985-86 • Record: 16-17 Head Coach: Ben Kirtland Captains: Mark Kosinski, Jim Powers, Kevin Landry, Dave Shepard Fay Cadillac Classic (3rd Place) vs. Potsdam ...........................L, 4-3 vs. Oswego ........................... W, 6-4 RIT Tournament (3rd Place) vs. RIT ...................................L, 8-6 vs. AIC ................................. W, 9-7 at Westfield State ................ W, 5-3 at New England ................... W, 6-2 Elmira Classic (2nd Place) vs. Babson ........................... W, 5-3 vs. Elmira ...............................L, 4-0 MASSACHUSETTS-BOSTON ...W, 8-2 at Bowdoin .............................L, 5-3 at Colby ............................... W, 6-4 BABSON.............................. W, 5-3 at Holy Cross .........................L, 4-1 COLGATE..............................L, 9-3 at Connecticut College ........ W, 9-3 Bud Light Tournament (4th Place) vs. Merrimack ........................L, 3-2 vs. Babson .............................L, 7-6 at Trinity ............................... W, 6-4 at Alaska-Fairbanks .............L, 13-7 at Alaska-Fairbanks .............L, 12-2 at Alaska-Anchorage ...........L, 11-2 at Alaska-Anchorage ...........L, 12-6 MERRIMACK.........................L, 6-4 TRINITY.................................L, 5-2 AIC....................................... W, 8-7 ST. ANSELM ..........................L, 6-5 FRAMINGHAM STATE ........ W, 5-3

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1987-88 • Record: 12-15 Head Coach: Ben Kirtland Captains: Todd Krygier, Tim Brown, Matt Carlin, J.T. Marcoux vs. Potsdam ......................... W, 7-4 vs. Merrimack ........................L, 7-3 vs. Oswego ..........................L, 13-3 vs. North Adams State ...........L, 7-2 at Westfield State .............. W, 12-5 NEW ENGLAND .................. W, 7-6 vs. Merrimack ......................L, 12-2 vs. Westfield State ............... W, 9-3 MASSACHUSETTS-BOSTON ....L, 6-2 at Bowdoin .............................L, 9-7 at Colby .................................L, 8-2 BABSON................................L, 6-4 HOLY CROSS ....................W, 11-8 at Connecticut College ........ W, 4-3 US INTERNATIONAL ............L, 6-5 at Holy Cross ....................... W, 6-4 at Framingham State ........... W, 6-2 at Hobart .............................. W, 5-4 at RIT .....................................L, 6-4 TRINITY............................... W, 6-3 AIC.........................................L, 6-4 SE MASSACHUSETTS .........L, 5-4 NORTH ADAMS STATE ...... W, 9-1 CONNECTICUT COLLEGE ..L, 9-6 at New England ................... W, 7-6 MERRIMACK.........................L, 9-0 at AIC .....................................L, 6-5

Captain: Peter Heine RIT Tournament (4th Place) vs. RIT ...................................L, 5-3 vs. Holy Cross .......................L, 6-3 WESTFIELD STATE ...........W, 11-3 NEW ENGLAND .................. W, 6-0 NORTH ADAMS STATE ...... W, 6-5 Merrimack Tournament (4th Place) vs. St. Anselm ........................L, 9-3 vs. AIC ...................................L, 6-4 at Massachusetts-Boston ......L, 4-2 BOWDOIN .............................L, 5-2 COLBY ................................ W, 6-4 at Babson ..............................L, 3-1 HOLY CROSS .......................L, 5-4 at Connecticut College ..........L, 6-4 at Alabama-Huntsville ............L, 8-2 at Alabama-Huntsville ............L, 6-2 RIT .........................................L, 8-5 at AIC .....................................L, 5-3 at Trinity .................................L, 4-1 at Holy Cross .........................L, 5-4 AIC.........................................L, 4-3 TRINITY.................................L, 4-3 at SE Massachusetts .............L, 5-1 at North Adams State .......... W, 6-3 ST. ANSELM ..........................L, 5-4 at New England .....................L, 7-6 FRAMINGHAM STATE ...... W, 15-4 at Merrimack ........................L, 13-1

1989-90 • Record: 15-11-1 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall Captain: Brian Verrier Canisius Tournament (3rd Place) vs. Canisius ...........................L, 4-3 vs. Curry .............................. W, 6-5 at New England ................. W, 12-9 at North Adams State .......... W, 8-5 ALASKA-ANCHORAGE ........L, 6-2 ALASKA-ANCHORAGE ........L, 8-2 MASSACHUSETTS-BOSTON ...W, 3-1 at Bowdoin .............................L, 3-0 at Colby .................................T, 3-3 BABSON................................L, 6-3 at Holy Cross ....................... W, 5-4 CONNECTICUT COLLEGE W, 7-3 at Massachusetts-Boston .... W, 6-5 Salem State Classic (2nd Place) vs. Salem State ................... W, 8-6 vs. Middlebury .......................L, 8-6 at Brockport ......................... W, 7-4 at RIT .....................................L, 7-4 at Holy Cross .......................L, 11-8 AIC..................................... W, 10-7 TRINITY............................... W, 5-4 NORTH ADAMS STATE ...... W, 3-2 at St. Anselm ....................... W, 3-1 NEW ENGLAND .................. W, 8-4 at AIC ...................................L, 10-2 QUINNIPIAC........................ W, 8-3 at Babson ..............................L, 7-3 ECAC Playoffs at Bowdoin .............................L, 6-4

1990-91 • Record: 18-7-2 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall Captains: Mike Flaherty, Gary Bruno Geneseo Tournament (2nd Place) vs. Canisius ......................... W, 8-5 vs. Geneseo ........................L, 11-4 NEW ENGLAND .................. W, 3-0 NORTH ADAMS STATE .... W, 10-2

COLBY ..................................T, 4-4 at Babson ..............................L, 9-3 Holy Cross Tournament (1st Place) vs. Hobart ............................ W, 9-3 vs. Holy Cross ..................... W, 5-2 CONNECTICUT COLLEGE W, 9-4 MASSACHUSETTS-BOSTON ....L, 6-3 at Alabama-Huntsville .......... W, 3-1 at Alabama-Huntsville ............L, 5-2 HOLY CROSS ..................... W, 4-1 AIC.........................................L, 9-3 at Connecticut College ........ W, 5-4 at Norwich............................ W, 7-6 at Middlebury ....................... W, 5-3 at Trinity ............................... W, 7-5 at Holy Cross ....................... W, 7-5 ST. ANSELM ...................... W, 10-5 at New England ................... W, 7-3 at AIC .....................................T, 6-6 at Quinnipiac...................... W, 14-2 BABSON................................L, 3-2 ECAC Playoffs at Salem State .......................L, 8-7

1991-92 • Record: 22-4-2 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall Captains: Bryan Krygier, Kevin Sullivan PLATTSBURGH ....................L, 8-3 Plattsburgh Tournament (2nd Place) vs. Mercyhurst ..................... W, 7-6 at Plattsburgh ........................L, 8-4 at North Adams State ............L, 6-3 at Wesleyan ....................... W, 10-2 MIDDLEBURY ..................... W, 6-3 CONNECTICUT COLLEGE W, 8-2 MASSACHUSETTS-BOSTON ...W, 9-5 at Babson ..............................T, 4-4 Middlebury Tournament (1st Place) vs. AIC ............................... W, 10-1 at Middlebury ....................... W, 4-1 at Holy Cross ....................... W, 8-3 at AIC ................................... W, 7-3 CANISIUS.......................... W, 12-3 NEW ENGLAND ................ W, 14-2 TRINITY............................. W, 12-1 NORTH ADAMS STATE ...... W, 7-2 at St. Anselm ....................... W, 9-6 at New England ................... W, 7-4 at Connecticut College ........ W, 5-1 AIC....................................... W, 5-2 QUINNIPIAC...................... W, 19-2 NORWICH ........................... W, 7-4 at Army ..................................T, 4-4 at Trinity ............................... W, 6-4 at Massachusetts-Boston .... W, 6-4 ECAC Playoffs vs. Norwich .......................... W, 5-1 vs. Babson .............................L, 4-1

1992-93 • Record: 19-6-2 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall Captains: Chris Potter, Mike Krygier NORTH ADAMS STATE ...... W, 6-2 WESLEYAN ......................... W, 5-2 Holy Cross Tournament (2nd Place) vs. Army ............................... W, 4-2 at Holy Cross .........................L, 6-4 CONNECTICUT COLLEGE W, 4-2 MASSACHUSETTS-BOSTON ...W, 8-3 BABSON.............................. W, 5-4 Cod Fish Tournament (1st Place)


UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years at Middlebury .........................T, 5-5 1999-00 • Record: 19-16-1 at Norwich..............................L, 4-3 1997-98 • Record: 13-13-1 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall BABSON.............................. W, 3-1 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall Captains: Kevin Connell, Michael

vs. Elmira ............................. W, 6-4 vs. AIC ................................. W, 4-3 Middlebury Tournament (2nd Place) vs. McGill ............................. W, 5-4 at Middlebury .........................L, 8-4 at Trinity .................................L, 5-4 HOLY CROSS ..................... W, 7-3 at Army ..................................T, 3-3 at New England ................... W, 3-2 at North Adams State .......... W, 8-3 ST. ANSELM ........................ W, 7-4 AIC....................................... W, 5-3 NEW ENGLAND .................. W, 6-3 at Connecticut College ........ W, 5-2 AIC.........................................L, 4-2 at Plattsburgh ........................T, 7-7 at Potsdam .......................... W, 3-2 TRINITY............................... W, 8-3 at Massachusetts-Boston ......L, 7-6 ECAC Playoffs HAMILTON .......................... W, 5-3 at Bowdoin .............................L, 6-1

1993-94 • Record: 15-8-3 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall Captains: Brian Sutherland at Trinity ............................... W, 7-1 at Connecticut College ........ W, 3-1 at Air Force ............................L, 5-2 at Air Force ............................L, 5-2 AMHERST ......................... W, 13-6 NORTH ADAMS STATE ...... W, 8-5 at Army ................................ W, 6-5 at New England ................... W, 9-1 SNET/UConn Classic (4th Place) vs. Holy Cross .......................L, 6-4 vs. Canisius ...........................L, 4-3 BOWDOIN .............................T, 7-7 COLBY ..................................T, 6-6 at Wesleyan ......................... W, 6-2 AIC....................................... W, 7-4 at Hamilton .......................... W, 4-2 at Williams ........................... W, 3-2 MIDDLEBURY .......................L, 6-3 NORWICH ........................... W, 7-3 at Babson ............................ W, 7-0 at Holy Cross ....................... W, 4-3 ST. ANSELM ..........................T, 3-3 NEW ENGLAND ....................L, 6-4 at Massachusetts-Boston .... W, 9-3 at Salem State .......................L, 6-3 ECAC Playoffs COLBY ................................ W, 5-4 vs. Bowdoin ...........................L, 5-2

1994-95 • Record: 15-7-5 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall Captains: Bryan Quinn, Robert Bongo TRINITY............................... W, 7-6 CONNECTICUT COLLEGE W, 6-2 Plattsburgh Tournament (2nd Place) vs. RIT ................................. W, 6-3 at Plattsburgh ........................L, 5-0 at Amherst .............................T, 5-5 at North Adams State .......... W, 7-4 at Army ..................................L, 4-2 NEW ENGLAND ..................L, 11-6 SNET/UConn Classic (2nd Place) BROCKPORT ...................... W, 7-5 COLBY ..................................L, 8-4 at Bowdoin .............................T, 7-7 at Colby .................................T, 5-5 at AIC .....................................T, 6-6 WESLEYAN ........................W, 11-4 HAMILTON .......................... W, 5-1 WILLIAMS ........................... W, 4-3

HOLY CROSS ..................... W, 6-2 SACRED HEART .............. W, 13-2 at St. Anselm ....................... W, 4-2 at New England ................. W, 10-8 MASSACHUSETTS-BOSTON ...W, 6-2 SALEM STATE ......................L, 8-6 ECAC Playoffs HAMILTON .......................... W, 9-4 vs. Salem State .....................L, 4-3

1995-96 • Record: 16-9-1 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall Captains: Jon Dunmar, Ryan Equale SOUTHERN MAINE ............ W, 9-1 SALEM STATE ......................L, 4-1 vs. Villanova ...................... W, 15-1 vs. Iona ................................ W, 5-1 at Middlebury .........................L, 7-2 at Norwich............................ W, 9-4 vs. Canisius ......................... W, 5-4 at Fairfield ............................ W, 5-0 SNET/UConn Classic (1st Place) BROCKPORT ...................... W, 5-4 BABSON.............................. W, 3-2 BOWDOIN .............................L, 2-1 COLBY ..................................L, 5-3 TRINITY............................... W, 3-2 WESLEYAN ......................... W, 7-1 AIC.........................................L, 4-3 at North Adams .................... W, 8-6 at Amherst .............................L, 5-4 MASSACHUSETTS-BOSTON ...W, 4-3 BABSON................................L, 5-4 at Connecticut College ........ W, 5-3 at Holy Cross ....................... W, 7-0 at Williams .............................T, 4-4 at Hamilton ............................L, 8-2 NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE W, 9-1 ST. ANSELM ........................ W, 6-2 ECAC Playoffs at Babson ..............................L, 7-5

1996-97 • Record: 11-12-2 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall Captain: David Heavey at Southern Maine ............... W, 7-2 at Salem State .......................L, 7-6 at Alabama-Huntsville ............L, 6-3 at Alabama-Huntsville ............L, 5-4 MIDDLEBURY .......................L, 7-2 NORWICH .............................L, 6-2 Quinnipiac Cup (1st Place) vs. Fairfield .......................... W, 8-1 vs. Quinnipiac ...................... W, 5-0 SNET/UConn Classic (2nd Place) vs. Southern Maine.............. W, 7-3 MERCYHURST .....................L, 7-4 BOWDOIN ........................... W, 5-1 at Colby .................................T, 3-3 at Trinity ............................... W, 4-3 at Wesleyan ........................W, 11-2 at AIC .....................................T, 4-4 NORTH ADAMS STATE ........L, 5-3 AMHERST .............................L, 5-2 at Massachusetts-Boston .... W, 5-4 at Babson ............................ W, 4-1 CONNECTICUT COLLEGE W, 5-1 HOLY CROSS .......................L, 3-2 WILLIAMS .............................L, 5-2 HAMILTON ............................L, 4-2 at New England College ........L, 7-5 at St. Anselm ....................... W, 4-3

Captains: Michael Schultz, Jamie Venezia, Geoff Angell SALEM STATE .................... W, 7-4 SOUTHERN MAINE ............ W, 5-2 SNET/UConn Classic (2nd Place) FINDLAY.............................. W, 5-4 COLBY ..................................L, 2-0 at Norwich..............................L, 4-1 at Middlebury .........................L, 6-1 at Sacred Heart ................... W, 5-0 at Air Force ............................L, 8-0 at Air Force ............................L, 6-2 COLBY ..................................L, 1-0 BOWDOIN .............................L, 6-5 at Army ................................L, 10-2 WESLEYAN ......................... W, 5-0 TRINITY............................... W, 5-4 AIC.........................................L, 3-2 at Amherst ........................... W, 3-2 at Massachusetts College ... W, 5-0 BABSON.............................. W, 6-3 MASSACHUSETTS-BOSTON ...W, 5-2 at Holy Cross .........................L, 2-1 at Connecticut College ........ W, 2-1 at Hamilton ............................L, 4-3 at Williams .............................L, 4-0 ST. ANSELM ........................ W, 5-4 NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE ..T, 5-5 ECAC Playoffs TRINITY............................... W, 3-1 at Connecticut College ..........L, 8-3

1998-99 • Record: 20-10-4 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall Captains: Geoff Angell, Dan Sheehan at Iona.................................. W, 6-3 at Iona.................................. W, 5-3 at AIC .....................................T, 2-2 AIC....................................... W, 3-1 QUINNIPIAC........................ W, 2-1 at Quinnipiac..........................L, 8-3 at Holy Cross ....................... W, 2-1 HOLY CROSS .......................L, 4-2 ARMY .................................. W, 4-2 at MSU-Mankato....................L, 8-2 at MSU-Mankato....................L, 3-1 FAIRFIELD .......................... W, 8-1 at Fairfield ............................ W, 8-3 SNET/UConn Classic (2nd Place) IONA .................................... W, 8-3 ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE ......L, 3-0 CANISIUS............................ W, 5-2 CANISIUS..............................T, 1-1 at Sacred Heart .....................T, 2-2 SACRED HEART ..................L, 4-1 IONA ......................................T, 3-3 AIC....................................... W, 5-2 at AIC ................................... W, 4-2 at Quinnipiac........................ W, 1-0 QUINNIPIAC..........................L, 4-1 HOLY CROSS .......................L, 1-0 at Holy Cross .........................L, 3-2 at Fairfield ............................ W, 8-4 FAIRFIELD .......................... W, 6-4 at Canisius ........................... W, 3-2 at Canisius ........................... W, 5-3 SACRED HEART ................ W, 7-1 at Sacred Heart ................... W, 3-2 MAAC Playoffs IONA .................................... W, 6-5 at Holy Cross .........................L, 4-3

Narotski vs. Canisius ...........................L, 1-0 AIC....................................... W, 7-1 at Iona....................................L, 4-3 at Sacred Heart .....................L, 2-1 BENTLEY ............................ W, 8-1 at Army ..................................L, 6-3 at Massachusetts-Amherst ....L, 7-4 at Qunnipiac ..........................L, 9-1 at Massachusetts-Lowell .....L, 13-1 vs. Yale ..................................L, 3-2 at Canisius .............................T, 3-3 at Mercyhurst .........................L, 5-3 SACRED HEART ................ W, 5-2 HOLY CROSS ..................... W, 3-0 SACRED HEART ................ W, 6-4 SNET/UConn Classic (1st Place) at Sacred Heart ................... W, 3-2 FAIRFIELD .......................... W, 5-1 at Bentley............................. W, 4-3 at Bentley............................. W, 9-1 HOLY CROSS .......................L, 5-3 at Holy Cross ....................... W, 3-2 at Quinnipiac..........................L, 2-1 QUINNIPIAC..........................L, 4-2 at AIC ................................... W, 4-1 at AIC .....................................L, 5-2 CANISIUS..............................L, 3-2 CANISIUS..............................L, 5-3 MERCYHURST ................... W, 4-2 MERCYHURST ................... W, 3-2 at Fairfield ............................ W, 7-3 FAIRFIELD .......................... W, 5-2 at Iona....................................L, 4-3 IONA .................................... W, 7-3 MAAC Playoffs SACRED HEART ................ W, 5-4 at Mercyhurst ....................... W, 2-0 IONA .................................... W, 6-1 MACC Champions

2000-01 • Record: 12-19-4 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall Captains: Mike Anderson, Michael Goldkind at Massachusetts-Lowell .......L, 6-1 at Merrimack ..........................L, 6-2 at Merrimack ..........................L, 4-2 SACRED HEART ..................T, 1-1 at Sacred Heart .....................L, 5-1 at Bentley........................... W, 10-3 CANISIUS............................ W, 4-3 FAIRFIELD .......................... W, 7-2 at Massachusetts-Amherst ....T, 2-2 at Army ................................ W, 3-2 AIC.........................................L, 3-1 at AIC ................................... W, 4-1 at Fairfield ..............................L, 5-4 at Iona....................................L, 8-3 IONA ......................................L, 6-0 SNET/UConn Classic (2nd Place) HOLY CROSS ..................... W, 4-3 WAYNE STATE ......................L, 5-4 at Air Force ............................L, 3-0 AIR FORCE ...........................L, 2-1 SACRED HEART ................ W, 3-2 ARMY .................................. W, 7-5 at Union .................................L, 5-1 at Bentley...............................T, 3-3 at Quinnipiac........................ W, 4-2 MERCYHURST .....................L, 6-3 CANISIUS............................ W, 4-1 at Fairfield ..............................T, 3-3 MERCYHURST .....................L, 4-1

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UNIVERSITY YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS OF CONNECTICUT 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years at Mercyhurst .........................L, 6-4 at Canisius .............................L, 2-0 at AIC ................................... W, 5-2 QUINNIPIAC..........................L, 4-2 at Holy Cross ....................... W, 3-2 BENTLEY ...........................W, 11-1 MACC Playoffs at Canisius .............................L, 4-1

2001-02 • Record: 13-16-7 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall Captain: Michael Boylan IONA ......................................T, 4-4 at Massachusetts-Lowell .......L, 6-0 at Bemidji ...............................L, 9-0 at Bemidji ...............................L, 2-0 at AIC ................................... W, 5-2 at Quinnipiac..........................L, 5-0 at Massachusetts-Amherst ....L, 6-5 at AIC ................................... W, 8-2 AIC.........................................L, 4-3 ARMY ....................................T, 2-2 QUINNIPIAC........................ W, 3-2 CANISIUS..............................L, 4-3 MERCYHURST .....................L, 9-0 at Vermont .............................T, 2-2 UConn/SNET Classic (3rd Place) HOLY CROSS .......................L, 4-1 BENTLEY ............................ W, 3-1 at Army ..................................T, 3-3 at Army ..................................T, 4-4 SACRED HEART ................ W, 5-2 at Sacred Heart .....................L, 6-0 at Providence.........................T, 2-2 at Brown ................................L, 2-0 at Fairfield ............................ W, 5-1 FAIRFIELD .......................... W, 6-0 at Bentley............................. W, 3-2 BENTLEY ............................ W, 5-2 at Iona.................................. W, 4-3 IONA .................................... W, 3-2 at Mercyhurst .........................L, 4-1 at Canisius .............................T, 6-6 at Holy Cross .........................L, 3-2 HOLY CROSS .......................L, 3-1 at Quinnipiac..........................L, 6-2 BENTLEY ............................ W, 7-4 MAAC Playoffs at Holy Cross ....................... W, 6-5 at Mercyhurst .........................L, 5-0

2002-03 • Record: 8-23-3 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall Captain: DJ Miller at Northeastern ....................L, 10-1 HOLY CROSS .......................L, 3-2 at Colgate ............................ W, 5-4 QUINNIPIAC..........................L, 7-4 at Fairfield ..............................T, 2-2 CANISIUS..............................L, 3-1 MERCYHURST .....................L, 6-2 vs. Sacred Heart ....................L, 6-3 SACRED HEART ................ W, 3-1 at Holy Cross ....................... W, 3-2 at Union .................................L, 8-0 at New Hampshire .................L, 3-1 ARMY .................................. W, 3-0 AIC.........................................L, 6-5 UConn/SNET Classic (4th Place) FINDLAY................................L, 4-1 FERRIS STATE .....................L, 5-0 at Mercyhurst .........................T, 4-4 at Mercyhurst .........................L, 3-1 FAIRFIELD .......................... W, 5-4 FAIRFIELD ............................L, 3-2 at Canisius .............................T, 3-3 at Canisius .............................L, 5-2

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2003-04 • Record: 12-16-7 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall Captain: Eric Nelson at Massachusetts-Amherst ....L, 6-3 at Rensselaer ........................T, 4-4 at Alabama-Huntsville .......... W, 4-1 at Alabama-Huntsville ............L, 6-0 at Quinnipiac..........................L, 4-2 at Canisius ........................... W, 4-3 at Mercyhurst .........................L, 6-5 at AIC .....................................T, 2-2 AIC....................................... W, 7-4 HOLY CROSS .......................L, 4-2 QUINNIPIAC..........................T, 1-1 BEMIDJI STATE .................. W, 4-3 BEMIDJI STATE ....................L, 7-2 at Holy Cross .........................L, 4-2 at Vermont .............................L, 4-3 UConn Hockey Classic (1st Place) vs. Bentley .............................T, 4-4 vs. Air Force......................... W, 1-0 at Holy Cross .........................L, 3-1 at Brown ................................T, 1-1 at Yale ....................................L, 6-4 MERCYHURST .....................L, 7-4 MERCYHURST .....................L, 5-2 at Sacred Heart .....................L, 4-2 SACRED HEART ..................L, 6-5 at Bentley............................. W, 3-2 at Bentley............................. W, 5-3 CANISIUS............................ W, 4-1 CANISIUS............................ W, 8-3 ARMY .................................. W, 3-2 at Quinnipiac..........................T, 2-2 at Sacred Heart .....................T, 4-4 ARMY ....................................L, 5-2 AIC....................................... W, 6-1 at Army ................................ W, 9-6 vs. Sacred Heart ....................L, 3-0

2004-05 • Record: 11-23-3 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall Captain: Tim Olsen at Nebraska-Omaha ..............L, 4-1 vs. Rensselaer .......................T, 3-3 CONCORDIA (Exh.) ............ W, 3-2 at Rensselaer ........................L, 4-1 at Massachusetts................. W, 3-2 at Dartmouth ..........................L, 4-1 at Northeastern ......................L, 5-2 MERCYHURST .....................L, 6-3 at Ferris State ........................L, 5-3 at Ferris State ........................L, 5-2 at Canisius .............................L, 4-0 at Canisius .............................L, 5-1 BENTLEY ..............................L, 5-3 CANISIUS..............................L, 3-2 ARMY .................................. W, 2-1 at Holy Cross .........................T, 2-2 UConn/Toyota Classic (4th Place) HOLY CROSS .......................L, 6-3 MERRIMACK.........................L, 4-1 UNION ...................................L, 4-0 at Army ................................ W, 1-0 at Army ..................................L, 1-0 at Quinnipiac........................ W, 4-1 QUINNIPIAC..........................L, 4-1

SACRED HEART ................ W, 5-3 at Yale ....................................L, 6-2 at Providence.........................L, 4-3 AIC.........................................L, 3-2 at AIC ................................... W, 7-2 at Sacred Heart .....................L, 4-3 SACRED HEART ................ W, 5-1 at Bentley............................. W, 3-2 BENTLEY ............................ W, 4-1 HOLY CROSS .......................L, 5-0 at Mercyhurst ....................... W, 4-3 at Mercyhurst .........................L, 3-1 at AIC .....................................T, 4-4 QUINNIPIAC..........................L, 4-2 Atlantic Hockey Playoffs at Mercyhurst .........................L, 7-4

2005-06 • Record: 11-23-2 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall Captains: Chris Uber, Matt Scherer at Union .................................T, 4-4 at Merrimack ..........................L, 3-1 at Merrimack ........................ W, 2-1 at Mercyhurst .........................L, 5-2 at Mercyhurst .........................L, 5-3 HOLY CROSS .......................L, 4-1 at Holy Cross ....................... W, 3-2 at Canisius ........................... W, 9-3 at Canisius .............................L, 4-3 ARMY ....................................L, 2-1 AIC.........................................L, 5-2 at AIC ................................... W, 2-1 at Sacred Heart ................... W, 2-1 SACRED HEART ................ W, 3-2 Toyota/UConn Classic (2nd Place) ARMY .................................. W, 3-0 BOWLING GREEN ................L, 9-2 BENTLEY ..............................L, 3-1 at Bentley...............................L, 4-1 at Brown ................................L, 4-1 MERCYHURST .....................L, 6-3 MERCYHURST .....................L, 4-3 at Holy Cross .........................L, 5-2 HOLY CROSS .......................L, 5-3 CANISIUS..............................L, 5-0 CANISIUS..............................L, 5-2 at Yale ....................................L, 4-3 at AIC .....................................L, 7-5 AIC....................................... W, 6-0 at Army ................................ W, 5-4 at Army ..................................T, 3-3 at Bentley...............................L, 6-3 BENTLEY ..............................L, 4-1 at Sacred Heart .....................L, 8-3 SACRED HEART ................ W, 4-3 Atlantic Hockey Playoffs at Sacred Heart ................... W, 4-1 at Holy Cross .........................L, 4-1

2006-07 • Record: 16-18-2 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall Captains: Matt Scherer at Bowling Green .......... L, 2-1 (OT) at #5 Michigan .......................L, 7-5 ARMY ....................................L, 5-4 ARMY ....................................L, 7-3 at Mercyhurst .........................L, 6-2 at Mercyhurst ............... W, 5-4 (OT) at Bentley...............................L, 3-1 BENTLEY ............................ W, 6-2 AIC....................................... W, 4-3 at Yale ....................................L, 3-2 at #20 Massachusetts............L, 8-1 at Holy Cross .........................L, 7-3 SACRED HEART ................ W, 4-1 at Sacred Heart .....................L, 3-2 AIR FORCE ...........................L, 4-2

AIR FORCE ......................... W, 7-5 UNION ................................... L, 7-2 UConn/Toyota Classic (2nd Place) HOLY CROSS ..................... W, 2-1 COLGATE..............................L, 3-1 at AIC ................................... W, 5-4 CANISIUS..................... L, 4-3 (OT) CANISIUS............................ W, 4-3 at RIT ........................... W, 4-3 (OT) at RIT .....................................L, 4-2 at Army ..................................T, 2-2 at Army ..................................L, 3-0 at Sacred Heart ................... W, 2-1 SACRED HEART ................ W, 4-1 BENTLEY ............................ W, 4-3 at Bentley............................. W, 2-1 at AIC ............................ L, 3-2 (OT) AIC.........................................T, 2-2 HOLY CROSS ..................... W, 4-2 at Holy Cross ....................... W, 5-2 Atlantic Hockey Playoffs MERCYHURST ................... W, 5-4 vs. Army .................................L, 3-1

2007-08 • Record: 13-21-3 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall Captains: Charles Solberg, Sean Erickson AIC....................................... W, 4-2 at #15 Massachusetts............L, 4-3 ARMY ....................................L, 4-1 at Sacred Heart .....................L, 4-2 SACRED HEART ..................L, 5-0 BENTLEY ..............................L, 4-2 at Bentley..................... W, 3-2 (OT) at Air Force ............................L, 3-2 at Air Force .......................... W, 3-2 at Colgate ..............................L, 7-1 at Colgate .................... W, 2-1 (OT) HOLY CROSS .......................L, 4-1 at Holy Cross .........................T, 3-3 at AIC .....................................L, 4-1 UConn/Toyota Classic (2nd Place) ARMY .................................. W, 4-1 FERRIS STATE .....................L, 5-0 at Yale ....................................L, 9-1 at Union .................................L, 4-1 at Canisius ........................... W, 3-1 at Canisius .............................L, 4-0 MERCYHURST .....................T, 3-3 MERCYHURST ................... W, 3-2 RIT ....................................... W, 3-0 RIT .........................................T, 1-1 at Army ..................................L, 3-1 at Army ..................................L, 6-0 SACRED HEART ..................L, 6-4 at Sacred Heart .....................L, 4-0 at Bentley...............................L, 6-0 BENTLEY ..................... L, 4-3 (OT) AIC....................................... W, 4-2 at AIC ................................... W, 4-2 at Holy Cross ....................... W, 3-0 HOLY CROSS ..................... W, 4-2 Atlantic Hockey Playoffs at Sacred Heart .....................L, 6-5 at Sacred Heart ........... W, 3-2 (OT) at Sacred Heart .....................L, 4-1

2008-09 • Record: 9-26-2 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall Captains: Sean Erickson, Nick Schneider, Beau Erickson Kendall Classic at Alaska-Anchorage .............L, 6-2 vs. Alaska-Fairbanks .............L, 5-0 ARMY .................................. W, 4-3 ARMY .................................. W, 6-3


UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT YEAR-BY-YEAR-RESULTS 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years at Union .................................L, 3-2 at Quinnipiac..........................L, 4-1 at Bentley...............................L, 1-0 YALE......................................L, 2-1 at Canisius .............................L, 6-0 at Canisius .......................L, 3-2 OT RIT ....................................... W, 2-1 RIT .........................................L, 5-4 at Brown .............................. W, 4-1 at Sacred Heart .....................L, 5-3 at UMass ...............................L, 5-1 UConn/Toyota Classic (Fourth Place) AIR FORCE .....................T, 2-2 OT MERRIMACK ........................L, 5-2 AIR FORCE ...........................L, 4-3 at Sacred Heart .....................L, 6-1 at RIT .....................................L, 5-3 at RIT .....................................L, 7-4 BENTLEY ...................... W, 2-1 OT at Mercyhurst .........................L, 7-2 at Mercyhurst .........................L, 6-0 at AIC ................................... W, 3-1 HOLY CROSS .......................L, 5-3 HOLY CROSS .......................L, 4-1 at Air Force ............................L, 3-2 at Air Force ............................L, 4-1 MERCYHURST .....................L, 6-3 MERCYHURST .....................L, 7-4 at AIC ................................... W, 4-1 CANISIUS........................L, 4-3 OT CANISIUS...................... W, 4-3 OT BENTLEY ............................ W, 4-1 at Bentley.........................T, 2-2 OT Atlantic Hockey Playoffs at Sacred Heart .....................L, 4-2

2009-10 • Record: 7-27-3 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall Captains: Michael Coppola, Andrew Olson, Jason Krispel at Ferris State ........................L, 1-2 at Ferris State ........................L, 1-6 at Bentley...............................L, 3-4 at Merrimack ..........................L, 1-4 at RIT .....................................L, 2-6 at RIT .....................................L, 7-0 AIC....................................... W, 3-1 AIC....................................... W, 4-1 at Canisius .......................T, 4-4 OT at Canisius .............................L, 1-0 AIR FORCE .....................T, 2-2 OT AIR FORCE ...........................L, 3-1 at Holy Cross .........................L, 5-0 at Brown ................................L, 1-8 at Mercyhurst .........................L, 5-0 at Mercyhurst .........................L, 3-1 UConn/Toyota Classic (Fourth Place) BENTLEY ..............................L, 4-1 UNION ..................................L, 7-0 at Air Force ............................L, 2-1 at Air Force ......................T, 2-2 OT RIT .........................................L, 4-0 RIT ....................................... W, 2-1 at Army ..................................L, 5-0 at Army ................................ W, 2-1 at Princeton ...........................L, 8-1 SACRED HEART ............L, 4-3 OT SACRED HEART ..................L, 3-2 CANISIUS..............................L, 3-1 CANISIUS..............................L, 5-2 at Holy Cross .........................L, 3-2 BENTLEY ............................ W, 4-1 at Bentley...............................L, 4-2 MERCYHURST .....................L, 5-1 MERCYHURST ............. W, 3-2 OT Atlantic Hockey Playoffs at Bentley............................. W, 2-1 at RIT ...............................L, 4-3 OT at RIT .....................................L, 4-1

All-Time Record Vs. Opponents Opponent First Year Air Force 1986-87 Alabama-Huntsville 1987-88 Alaska-Anchorage 1983-84 Alaska-Fairbanks 1983-84 American International1960-61 Amherst 1962-63 Army 1968-69 Babson 1966-67 Bemidji State 2001-02 Bentley 1999-00 Bowdoin 1965-66 Bowling Green 2005-06 Bridgewater State 1977-78 Brockport State 1989-90 Brown 1961-62 Bryant 1973-74 Canisius 1984-85 Colby 1967-68 Colgate 1960-61 Connecticut College 1983-84 Curry 1989-90 Dartmouth 2004-05 Elmira 1983-84 Fairfield 1974-75 Ferris State 2002-03 Findlay 1997-98 Framingham State 1979-80 Geneseo State 1984-85 Hamilton 1966-67 Hobart College 1987-88 Holy Cross 1965-66 Iona 1995-96 Lafayette 1967-68 Lehigh 1967-68 Maine 1977-78 Mass. College of Arts 1975-76 UMass Amherst 1960-61 UMss Boston 1983-84 UMass Lowell 1968-69 M.I.T. 1960-61

Record 3-15-3 2-7-0 1-6-0 1-4-0 43-37-8 26-12-1 19-26-7 24-30-3 1-3-0 21-12-3 4-28-2 0-2-0 2-1-0 3-0-0 1-4-1 7-5-0 16-25-5 7-17-6 2-5-0 16-4-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-2-0 25-3-2 0-6-0 1-1-0 7-3-0 1-1-0 8-14-0 2-0-0 46-45-2 9-7-2 1-0-0 5-0-0 0-2-0 21-8-0 8-23-2 13-5-0 5-17-1 14-2-0

*2010-11 opponents denoted in BOLD

Opponent McGill Mercyhurst Merrimack Michigan Middlebury MSU-Mankato Nebraska-Omaha New England New Hampshire New Haven Niagara Nichols Norwich Northeastern Oswego State Pennsylvania Plattsburgh Potsdam State Princeton Providence Quinnipiac RIT Rensselaer Robert Morris Rutgers Sacred Heart St. Anslem Salem State Southeastern Mass Southern Maine Trinity U.S. International Union Upsala Vermont Villanova Wayne State Wesleyan Westfield State Williams Wisconsin Worcester Tech Yale

First Year Record 1992-93 1-0-0 1991-92 9-28-2 1960-61 1-20-0 2006-07 0-1-0 1964-65 3-8-1 1998-99 0-2-0 2004-05 0-1-0 1971-72 25-12-1 1960-61 0-10-0 1970-71 13-11-0 FIRST MEETING 1963-64 10-1-0 1965-66 5-4-0 2002-03 0-2-0 1985-86 1-1-0 1960-61 1-10-1 1991-92 0-3-1 1985-86 2-2-0 2009-10 0-1-0 2001-02 0-1-1 1989-90 12-11-4 1985-86 6-12-1 2003-04 0-2-1 FIRST MEETING 1961-62 10-0-0 1994-95 21-23-3 1969-70 10-19-1 1975-76 4-12-0 1987-88 0-2-0 1995-96 4-0-0 1968-69 29-5-1 1986-87 0-3-0 2000-01 0-7-1 1979-80 1-0-0 1963-64 1-15-1 1995-96 1-0-0 2000-01 0-1-0 1960-61 26-3-1 1978-79 8-4-0 1960-61 6-17-1 1966-67 0-1-0 1964-65 3-0-0 1971-72 0-9-0

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UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years Connell, Kevin ... ’97, ’98, ’99, 00 (c) Giaquinto, Ron .......................... ’81 •••A••• Adamo, Glenn .......................... ’76 Adams, Tom ............................. ’74 Alger, John ............................... ’96 Allain, Dan ................................ ’78 Ambrosie, Sean .......................‘10 Ames, Jon ......................... ‘02, ‘03 Anderson, Jon ................... ‘06, ‘07 Anderson, Mike ... ’98, ’99, ’00, ‘01 Angell, Geoff..... ’96, ’97,’98, ’99 (c) Anthony, Mike.............. ’82, ’83, ’84 Arvi, Kai .................................... ‘70 Atherton, Ashley .....’70, ’71, ’72 (c) Ayelsbury, Tom .................. ’84, ‘85

•••B••• Balaban, Steve ..... ’74, ’75, ’76, ‘77 Banquer, Doug .......................... ’80 Barrasso, Jim ............................ ’90 Barton, Nigel...................’80, ’81(c) Bartus, Garrett .........................‘10 Bastarache, Paul.......’71,’72, ’73 (c) Baxter, Marcus ................... ‘03, ‘04 Bayers, B.J. .......... ‘06, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09 Beckwith, Rick ...... ’83, ’84, ’85, ’86 Bednark, Thomas ........ ’69, ‘70, ‘71 Beecher, Jeff ............................. ’74 Begina, James ................... ‘70, ‘71 Behler, Jordan .................... ‘08, ‘09 Belisle, Peter ........ ’92, ’93, ’94, ‘95 Belliveau, Paul.....................84, ’87 Bensey, Tim ....................... ’77, ‘78 Bergin, Steve .............‘08, ‘09, ‘10 Bernard, Josh ...................‘09, ‘10 Black, Steve ....................... ’80, ‘81 Bliss, David........... ’92, ’93, ’94, ‘95 Bohan, Steve ............................. ’81 Bongo, Robert..... ’92, ’93, ’94, ’95 (c) Borek, Derek ...................... ’89, ‘90 Bostock, Bret ........ ’00, ’01, ‘02, ‘03 Boylan, Mike .... ‘99, ’00, ’01, ’02 (c) Bracken, Kevin .......................... ‘97 Brande, Rich......... ’89, ’90, ’91, ‘92 Bransfield, Kevin ....................... ‘72 Brawders, Bob .......................... ’77 Breig, Bob ............’73, ’74, ’75 (c) Brennan, William ... ’97, ’98, ’99, ‘00 Britshgi, Ted ............................. ’86 Britton, Mike ............................. ‘66 Brody, Eric ........................ ’77, ‘78 Brooks, Alex ............................. ‘97 Brooks, Roger .......................... ‘71 Brown, Scott ........ ’00, ’01, ‘02, ‘03 Brown, Tim ...... ’85, ’86, ’87, ’88 (c) Bruno, Gary .......... ’87, ’89, ’90, ‘91 Buckler, Edward ................. ’70, ‘71 Budnick, Jared........................... ’95 Bulan, Greg ............................... ‘82 Burke, Kevin ...........’66, ’67, ’68 (c) Burke, Matt ................................ ’91 Burns, Brian................. ‘04, ‘05, 06 Busenburg, Marc....’97, ’98, ’99, ‘00 Butters, Steve ..................... ’99, ‘01

•••C••• Calabrese, Peter ....................... ’89 Cannon, John ............................ ‘82 Capizzo, Frank ................... ‘67, ‘68 Carey, Jason ........ ’01, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04 Carlette, Chuck.......................... ’80 Carlin, Matt ...... ’85, ’86, ’87, ’88 (c) Carriere, Evan ..........................‘10 Casilli, Richard .......................... ‘72 Cawley, David ........................... ‘72 Ceglarski, Paul .......................... ‘75 Chain, John ................. ‘99, ’00, ‘01 Church, Kenneth ....................... ‘71 Cifrino, Bob........... ’73, ‘74, ’75, ‘76 Cilento, Gene ............................ ‘75 Cinotti, Matt ........................ ’87, ‘88 Coleman, Jamie ......... ’85, ’86, ‘87 Coleman, John ................... ’84, ‘85 Collins, Don .......... ’88, ’89, ’90, ‘91 Collins, Mark.............................. ’71

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Connors, Bob ..................... ’93, ‘94 Considine, Raymond ................. ‘68 Converse, Jeremy .............. ’96, ‘97 Coogan, Dean ........................... ’79 Coonelly, Frank ......................... ’79 Cooper, Brad.....................‘09, ‘10 Coppola, Michael ‘07, ‘08, ‘09, 10(c) Corkery, J.R. ............... ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 Cornett, David ...... ’92, ’93, ’94, ‘95 Costello, Jarett .......................... ‘08 Cote, Derek .......... ’91, ’92, ’93, ‘94 Crum, B.J. ............ ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07 Cufone, Gene .............. ’73, ‘74, ‘75 Cushing, Craig............. ’00, ’01, ‘02

•••D••• Dahlberg, Eric..................... ‘06, ‘07 D’Angelo, Ron ...’00, ’01, ‘02, ‘03 (a) Daniels, Thomas ................ ‘69, ‘70 Davis, Mark ................. ’73, ‘74, ‘75 Dawson, Damen ... ’89, ’90, ’91, ‘92 Day, Richard.............................. ‘67 DeCoste, Jeff............................. ’84 DeFelice, Vic ..................... ’87, ’89 Delfino, Bob ........................ ‘81, ‘82 Demers, Bob ...................... ’80, ‘81 Denehy, Bill ................. ’74, ’75, ‘76 DesRoches, Gerry ..................... ’79 Dessert, Archie ................... ‘05, ‘06 Dick, Mike .................................. ’80 DiNanno, Dave ............ ’88, ’89, ‘90 Dockrell, Tom .............. ’72, ’73, ‘74 Doherty, J.J. ....................... ’95, ‘96 Dole, Paul .................... ’87, ’88, ‘89 Donlan, Patrick ................... ‘02, ‘03 Donohue, Jim ..................... ’83, ‘84 Dotolo, Steve ...................... ’84, ‘85 Drawbridge, Stephen’68, ‘69, ’70 (c) Driscoll, Dan ................ ’88, ’90, ‘91 DuBois, Ben ....................... ’77, ‘78 DuBois, Donald ......................... ‘69 Duguay, John ............................ ‘70 Dunmar, Jon .....’93, ’94, ’95, ’96 (c) Dunnack, Scott ..... ’67, ’68, ‘69, ‘70 Durante, Joe ....................... ’96, ‘97 Dyroff, Rich........... ’73, ’74, ’75, ‘76 Dyroff, Tom.............’74, ’76, ’77 (c)

•••E••• Engstrom, Dave......................... ‘66 Equale, Ryan ....’93, ’94, ’95, ’96 (c) Erickson, Beau ............ ‘07, ‘08, ‘09 Erickson, Sean ...‘06, ‘07, ‘08 (c), ‘09 (c) Estrada, Arthur ............ ’67, ‘68, ‘69

•••F••• Faiola, Jason ............................. ’88 Falvey, Bob ..... ’82, ’83, ’84, ’85 (c) Ferry, Ray.................... ’72, ’73, ‘74 Festa, Paul ................................ ‘82 Fitzgerald, William ..................... ‘67 Flaherty, Mike .. ’88, ’89, ’90, ’91 (c) Folli, John .................................. ’96 Forcier, James........................... ’93 Foster, Brian ......... ’80, ’81, ‘82, ‘83 Franco, Luke ...................... ’95, ‘96 Franklin, Evan ....... 91, ’92, ’93, ‘94 Freitas, Mark ............................. ’78 Friedman, Peter.... ’84, ’85, ’86, ‘87 Frivalt, Frank ............................. ’81 Fusco, Dave .............................. ’78

•••G••• Gaffney, John ............................ ’99 Gale, Andy................................. ’80 Gallagher, James.....................‘10 Gallagher, Mike ........... ’70, ‘71, ‘72 Gallogly, David .......................... ‘72 Gannon, Michael ................ ‘98, ‘99 Garr, Dave ................... ’90, ’91, ‘92 Geary, Harry ...........’85, ’86, ’87 (c) George, Tim .............................. ’78 Gerke, Alex...............................‘10

Girouard, Gary.................... ’86, ‘87 Glant, Jon ........................... ‘08, ‘09 Gliesman, Kenneth ...... ’69, ‘70, ‘71 Goclowski, Eric ............. ’99, ’00, 01 Golash, Dave...................... ’79, ‘80 Goldfarb, Richard ...................... ’66 Goldkind, Michael ... ‘98, ’99, ’00, ‘01 Grady, Tom ........................ ’85, ‘86 Grainksy, Michael ..................... ‘75 Graziano, Rob ........................... ’86 Greaves, Jim ............................. ‘66 Greeley, Tony ..................... ‘81, ‘82 Greene, Bill.................. ’80, ’81, ‘82 Grew, Matt ............ ‘02, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05 Grottke, Tom ............................. ‘82 Guagliardo, John ......... ’87, ’88, ‘89

•••H••• Halajian, Craig ........................... ‘73 Ham, Peter ................................ ’87 Hart, Frank ......................... ’86, ‘87 Hawkins, Ed .............................. ’79 Hawkins, Ryan ..............‘06, 07, 08 Heavey, David . ’94, ’95, ’96, ’97 (c) Heine, Pete...... ’87, ’88, ’89 (c), ‘90 Helstedt, Eric ............................. ‘04 Henderson, Pat ... ’92, ’93, ’94, ‘95 Hendison, Matt ..... ’86, ’87, ’88, ‘89 Henrici, Kenneth ................. ‘67, ‘68 Herhal, Matt .......... ’99, ’00, ’01, ‘02 Hernandez, Justin .....‘08, ‘09, ‘10 Herting, Rob .............................. ‘03 Hildebrand, Tim ......................... ’80 Hinman, Rich ............... ’71, ’73, ‘74 Hintz, Russ ...........................‘66 (c) Hirschberger, S. ........................ ’85 Hitchings, Brian ......’81, ‘82, ’83 (c) Hitchings, Rob .................... ’84, ‘85 Hoag, Matthew ................... ‘70, ‘71 Hoffman, Michael ............... ‘03, ‘04 Holbrook, Craig ......................... ’76 Holt, Bradley .............................. ‘75 Horn, Ethan ............................... ’90 Hornstein, Bob............. ’89, ’90, ‘91 Huggett, Andy........ ’97, ’98, ’99, 00 Hughes, Chris............................ ‘94 Hunt, Ken ............. ’81, ’82, ’83, ‘84 Hutchings, Greg ’77, ’78, ’79, ’80 (c) Hutchinson, Lew ........................ ‘82

Matt Scherer 2003-07 Record Holder Career Goals (DI) - 62 Season Goals (DI) - 22

Michael Goldkind 1998-2001 Record Holder Career Assists (DI) - 69 Season Points (DI) - 42 Season Assists (DI) - 27

•••I••• Imbriano, Artie ...... ’01, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04 Inman, Scott ........ ’74, ’75, ’76, ‘77

•••J••• Jacobs, Norm ............................ ’79 Jacquard, Tom .......................... ’90 Jaimeson, Jim ............. ’82, ’83, ‘84 Jancaterino, C. .......’85, ’86, ’87 (c) Janosz, Tom.............................‘10 Jarret, Matthew...... ’97, ’98, ’99, 00 Jason, Scott....................... ‘94, ‘95 Jean, Frederic .................... ‘07, ‘08 Jendras, Corey .................‘09, ‘10 Jepson, Jonathan ............... ‘02, ‘03 Johnson, Anders .. ’99, ’00, ’01, ‘02 Johnson, Bob .............. ’77, ’78, ‘79 Johnson, Chris .......................... ‘07 Jordan, Neil .......... ’80, ’81, ‘82, ‘83

•••K••• Kakepetum, Aaron....... ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 Kamienski, Kurt . ’00, ’01, ‘02, ‘03 (a) Kasper, David ............................ ’84 Keiley, Chris ........ ’77, ’78, ’79, ‘80 Kelly, Matt........................... ’93, ‘94 Kenna, Rich ............................... ’78 Kennedy, Dave ................... ’78, ‘79 Kervick, Mike ............................. ’87 Killoy, Ian ............................ ’90, ’93 Kinnaly, Mike ..................... ’84, ‘88 Kirschner, Alec ................... ‘07, ‘08 Kirtland, Ben ...........’77, ’78, ’79 (c)

Bryan Krygier 1988-1992 Record Holder Career Points - 219 Career Assists - 127 Career Hat Tricks = 7 Season Points - 92 Season Goals - 38 Season Assists - 54


UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years

Todd Krygier 1984-1988 Record Holder Career Goals - 99 NHL Player - Hartford Whalers

Knudsen, Bob ............................ ‘66 Koch, Tom ................................. ’78 Koidahl, Cole ........ ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07 Konkol, Paul ....................... ‘72, ‘73 Kosinski, Mark..... ’83, 84, ’85, ’86 (c) Krispel, Jason ....... ‘08, ‘09, ‘10(a) Krygier, Bryan.’89, ’90 (c), ’91, ’92 (c) Krygier, Mike ... ’90, ’91, ’92, ’93 (c) Krygier, Todd ... ‘85, ’86, ’87, ’88 (c)

•••L••• LaBrecque, John ....................... ‘68 Landry, Kevin .. ’83, ’84, ’85, ’87 (c) Landry, Trent ........ ’99, ’00, ’01, ‘02 Langevin, Henri ........... ’76, ‘77, ‘78 Lareau, Dan........................ ’85, ‘86 Larkin, Brett ............................... ‘96 Leahy, Tom ....................... ’88, ‘89 LeBlanc, D.J. ........ ’91, ’92, ’93, ’94 LeClerc, David ........................... ’98 L’Ecuyer, Dave ’80, ’81 (c), ’82 (c), ’83(c) Leino, Jon .................................. ‘00 Lemieux, Marc ........................... ’73 Leonard, Mark ............. ’86, ’87, ‘88 Lewis, Peter............................... ’80 Lindsay, Christopher .......... ‘72, ‘73 Linkowski, Eric...... ’95, ’96, ’97, ‘98 Loignon, Russ .................... ‘82, ‘84 Longobardi, Ciro .... ’98, ’99, ’00, 01

Lo Longobardi, Frank ... ’75, ’76, ’77 (c) Luby, James .............................. ‘73 Lu Luciano, Chuck................... ‘82, ‘83 Lu Lyden, Pete .......... ’94, ’95, ’96, ‘97 Ly Lyon, Al .................... ’67,’68,’69 (c) Ly

Olmstead, Michael.............. ‘07, ‘08 Olsen, Tim ..............‘03, ‘04, ‘05 (c) Olson, Andrew ...........‘08, ‘09, ‘10 Owens, Matt ......... ’01, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04

•••M•••

Palaski, Mike ............................. ’84 Palmer, Ryan...................... ‘05, ‘06 Pankoff, Jeff ....................... ’89, ‘90 Paquet, Ray..... ’76, ’77, ’78, ’79 (c) Parker, Lou .......... ‘73, ’74, ’75, ‘76 Pechmann, Paul ................. ’88, ‘89 Pedemonti, Matt .......... ‘08, ‘09, ‘10 Pendergast, Terry ....... ‘76, ’77, ‘78 Perrotti, Charles ................. ‘67, ‘69 Peters, John ...........’78, ’79, ’80 (c) Petri, Lars .................................. ‘70 Pickering, Douglas .................... ‘71 Pierce, Ed .................... ’75, ’76, ‘77 Pierce, Kevin .................’76, ’78 (c) Piskadlo, Dan ..................... ’96, ‘97 Planchet, Dave ............ ’85, ’86, ‘87 Porter, Jason ............................. ‘92 Posselt, Harold .......................... ‘67 Post, Rob................................... ’86 Postiglione, Justin ..................... ‘02 Potter, Chris ... ’90, ’91, ’92, ’93 (c) Powers, Jim ............’84, ’85, ’86 (c) Powers, Mike ........ ’86, ’87, ’88, ‘89 Pretto, Phillip ............................. ’93 Price, Mike................... ’93, ’94, ‘95 Puleston, Steve ......................... ’80

M MacDonald, Mike....................... ’90 Madden, Richard ....................... ’67 M Magnuson, Bill ............. ‘04, ’05, ‘06 M Maguire, Brian .........................‘09 M Mameli, Lou ................. ’76, ’77, ‘78 M Mancuso, James ......... ’69, ‘70, ‘71 M Manning, Martin.................. ‘70, ‘71 M Manzi, Craig .............................. ’92 M Marashio, Joe ..................... ’73, ‘74 M Marcello, Henry, J. .................... ‘68 M Marchetti, Mike ................... ’80, ‘81 M Marcoux, J.T......... ’85, ’86, ’87, ‘88 M Marean, Nick ........ ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07 M Marotta, Anthony .. ’95, ’96, ’97, ‘98 Marshall, Bruce.. ’82, ’83, ’84, ’85 (c) Martin, James .............. ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 Martin, Rob ........... ’96, ’97, ’98, ‘99 Mazzocchi, Rich ........................ ’91 McAuley, Pat ............................. ‘09 McCall, Donald ............ ’69, ‘70, ‘71 McCann, Tim ........ ’81, ’82, ’83, ‘84 McCleary, Bryan ........................ ’78 McCleland, Steve ...................... ’81 McConnell, John........................ ’71 McCormick, Paul . ’75, ’76, ’77, ’78 (c) McDonald, Mike.................. ’84, ‘85 McDougall, Scott .. ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07 McGarry, Kevin................... ‘74, ‘75 McGoldrick, Mark ...’79, ’80, ’81, ‘82 McInnis, Brad ..............‘08, ‘09,’10 McIntire, Bill ............................... ’89 McIntyre, Rich ........................... ‘83 McKell, Stephen ........................ ‘68 McLaughlin, “Beau” ‘02, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05 McLaughlin, Justin..................... ’96 McLoon, Greg..................... ’80, ‘81 McNeill, Chris ............................ ’99 Merrow, Steve ........................... ’89 Michals, Doug....... ’91, ’92, ’93, ‘94 Michals, Jim........................ ’85, ‘86 Miller, David “D.J.” .. ’01, ’02, ‘03 (c) Millen, Kevin ....................... ’93, ‘94 Miller, Mark ......................... ’94, ‘95 Miller, Matt..................‘08, ‘09, ‘10 Miolene, Paul..............................79 Monroe, Robert .................. ‘72, ‘73 Montgomery, Robert.................. ‘67 Morgan, Jim........................ ‘66, ‘67 Morrisette, Ron .......................... ’79 Murphy, Chris ....... ’93, ’94, ’95, ‘96 Murphy, Geoff....... ’88, ’89, ’90, ‘91 Murphy, Mu Mark ....... ’02, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05 Murphy, Mu Ryan ....... ’97, ’98, ’99, ‘00 Mu Murray, Andy ............................. ’81 Muse, Mu Greg................................ ’85 Myhro, Chris ................ ‘06, ‘07, ‘08 My

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Marc Senerchia 1997-2000 Record Holder Career Wins (DI) - 35 Career GAA (DI) - 2.83 Season GAA - 2.64 Season GAA - 2.64 Season Wins (DI) - 18

Na Nadeau, Mike ............................ ’79 Nangle, Tom .............................. ’81 Na Narotski, Michael. ’97, ’98, ’99, ’00 (c) Na Naurato, Daniel .................‘09, ‘10 Na Neal, Shane............................... ’94 Ne Neckowitz, Howie ........ ’73, ’74, ‘75 Ne Nee, Matt ................................... ’96 Ne Nelson, Eric ......’01, ‘02, 03, ‘04 (c) Ne Nicholas, Jeff ............................. ’77 Nic Norige, Paul........................ ’95, ‘96 No No Northup, Mark....... ’96, ’97, ’98, ‘99 Norton, Ryan ............................. ’95 No Nuhn, Jeff .................................. ’92 Nu

•••O••• Ochoa, Chris ............... ‘07, ‘08, ‘09 O’Keefe, Thomas ........ ’67, ‘68, ‘69 O’Leary, Rob ............................. ’97 Olinyk, Brendan .... ‘07, ‘08, ‘09, ‘10

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•••Q••• Quinn, Bryan ... ’92, ’93, ’94, ’95 (c)

•••R••• Ralston, Richard ................. ‘66, ‘67 Ranallo, Marcello ..............‘09, ‘10 Rasmussen, Eric ......... ’86, ’87, ‘88 Ray, Jeff ............... ’89, ’90, ’91, ‘92 Read, Christopher ..................... ‘71 Reagan, Brian ............‘08, ‘09, ‘10 Rege, Rich.......................... ’78, ‘79 Reiners, Bobby .................‘09, ‘10 Richardson, Tom ...........’66, ’67 (c) Ridolf, Charles ....... 99, ’00, ’01, ‘02 Rioux, Dillon .............................. ‘06 Rizzo, Sean .......... ’87, ’88, ’89, ‘90 Rhein, Adam......... ‘02, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05 Robinson, Bill ....... ’80, ’81, ‘82, ‘83 Roche, Frank ............... ’74, ’75, ‘76 Rosenberg, Brian ...................... ‘90 Ruggiero, Robert ................ ‘67, ‘69 Ryan, Robert ............................. ‘03

•••S••• St. Arnauld, Eric ... ‘03, ‘04, ‘06, ‘07 Salvatelli, Corey ................. ’01, ‘02 Santucci, John ......... ’69, ‘70, ’71(c) Sapieha, Jeff ..............‘08, ‘09, ‘10 Sappuppo, Chris ....................... ‘92 Sasso, Jim ................... ’82, ’83, ‘84 Scarinci, Phil......... ’95, ’96, ’97, ‘98 Scarpaci, Jarrett ... ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07 Scherer, Matthew ‘04,‘05,‘06(c),’07(c)

Schillare, Quentin ...................... ‘67 Schneider, Nick ...‘06, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09 (c) Schultz, Michael .. ’95, ’96, ’97, ’98 (c) Schuman, Joe ........................... ‘03 Schwarz, Evan ..... ’99, ’00, ’01, ‘02 Scudder, Philip ................... ‘72, ‘73 Sebestyen, Charlie ...... ’73, ‘74, ‘75 Senerchia, Marc ... ’97, ’98, ’99, ‘00 Sheehan, Al ............................... ‘82 Sheehan, Dan ...’96, ’97, ’98, ’99 (c) Sheehan, Kieran........................ ’84 Sheehan, Tom .................... ’75, ‘76 Shelzi, Peter .............................. ‘06 Shepard, Dave . ’83, ’84, ’85,’86 (c) Silva, Dennis ............................. ’67 Silva, Richard ............................ ‘68 Skelley, Chris ............................ ’96 Sload, Dave ............................... ’86

Smith, Brad......................... ‘05, ‘06 Smith, Donald ..................... ‘67, ‘69 Smith, Ray .......................... ‘66, ‘67 Snelgrove, Steve ....................... ’78 Solberg, Charles‘05, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08(c) Snyder, Dan .............................. ‘01 Spicer, Chris .....................‘08, ‘09 Sprague, Paul............................ ‘68 Stanley, Doug.. ’81, ’82, ’83 (c), ’84 (c) Starr, Charles .............. ‘71, ‘72, ‘73 Steeves, Dwight ........................ ‘66 Stensrud, Evan .......................... ‘00 Stephens, Derek........................ ‘01 Stewart, Trevor ..... ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07 Stockler, John.............. ‘05, ‘06, ‘07 Sullivan, Kevin ..’89, ’90, ’91, ’92 (c) Sullivan, Sean ........................... ’97 Sutherland, Brian.’91, ’92, ’93, ’94 (c) Sutherland, Tom ........................ ’89 Swanson, Steve .....’75, ’76, ’77 (c) Swiatlowski, John ...................... ‘70 Switek, Anthony......................... ‘01 Szecskas, Eric .................... ’87, ‘88

•••T••• Tache, Jeff............ ’93, ’95, ’96, ‘97 Tache, Peter ....................... ’83, ‘84 Tarkiainen, Dan .................. ’66, ‘67 Therrien, Jason ......................... ’99 Tiller, Fred ................................. ‘69 Tito, Bill................. ’87, ’88, ’89, ‘90 Tomes, Scott ........ ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07 Toomey, Joe....................... ‘66, ‘67 Torney, Mike.............................. ‘80 Tosatti, David ..................... ’87, ‘89 Tourville, John .................... ‘70, ‘71 Towsley, Gregg ......................... ‘94 Trainor, Peter ............................ ’82 Trimble, Pete ...................... ’76, ‘77 Tripp, Chris ........... ’84, ’85, ’86, ‘87 Tsafonias, George ..................... ’95 Turner, Matt ........................ ‘08, ‘09

•••U••• Uber, Chris .......‘03, ‘04, ‘05, 06 (c) Ursone, Frank..................... ‘66, ‘67

•••V••• Vadas, Glenn............................. ‘71 Venezia, Jamie ..... ’95, ’96, ’97, ‘98 Veneziano, Rick ................. ‘82, ‘83 Verrier, Brian ... ’87, ’88, ’89, ’90 (c) Vigue, Robert ..................... ‘68, ‘69

•••W••• Walchessen, Joe ................ ‘07, ‘08 Walker, Keith ...................... ’67, ‘68 Walsh, Kevin ........ ’88, ’89, ’90, ‘91 Ward, Brian ................. ’93, ’94, ‘95 Warner, Dave ............................ ‘82 Waterstradt, Chris ............‘09, ‘10 Wauterlek, Michael .................... ‘02 Waybright, Greg ... ’80, ’81, ‘82, ‘83 Weske, Chris ............... ’94, ’95, ‘96 West, Bill ................................... ‘04 Wilson, Frederic ........................ ‘71 Wisutskie, Ross ........... ’72, ’73, ‘74 Wittaker, Jeff ...................... ’80, ‘81 Wood, Travis ...................... ’00, ‘01 Woodcock, Denver ...... ’67, ’68, ‘69 Wooster, George .. ’73, ’74, ’75, ‘76 Wowk, Steve ............................. ’76

•••Y••• Yingst, Mattew .................... ’90, ‘91

•••Z••• Zago, William...................... ’98, ‘99

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UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT CONNECTICUT SUPPORT STAFF 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years

Maureen Butler Strength and Conditioning Coach

Maureen Butler has been the strength and conditioning coach for the hockey team for the past four seasons. Butler graduated from the University of Connecticut in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology. She cgraduated with a master’s degree in exercise physiology in 2005. Butler is a certified strength and conditioning specialist as well as a certified level one coach for United States weightlifting and track and field. She spreads her time around while at the university working with men’s and women’s ice hockey and men’s and women’s track and field and cross country. Butler also spends her free time working with the USA Hockey under-18 women’s national team.

Dino Mattessich Senior Associate Director of Athletics/ Internal Relations and Hockey Administrator

Mike Iacampo Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum Manager

Chris Iacampo Equipment Manager

STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING The strength and conditioning program for University of Connecticut is under the supervision of UConn Strength and Conditioning Coordinator Jerry Martin. The Strength and Conditioning staff services all 24 of Connecticut’s intercollegiate teams. Assisting directly with the Strength and conditioning efforts for UConn hockey is strength and conditioning staff member Maureen Butler. UConn hockey players have the use of two different weight rooms in the Harry A. Gampel Pavilion and the newly remodeled Hugh S. Greer Field House. In all, there are over 8,000 square feet of weight training facilities available for all UConn student-athletes. The weight room in the Harry A. Gampel Pavilion is a free weight facility and supplies the Husky student-athletes areas in which to perform their power and Olympic lifts. The facility in the Greer Field House is fitted with more free weights in which the UConn hockey players can incorporate circuit training, speed training and heavy negative workouts into their total strength-training program. Martin and his staff supervise a strength and conditioning program for each individual athlete for training all year long. Each program can be manipulated in order to fulfill the specific needs of the individual. Specific testing is done to each hockey player to monitor progress in strength, power, body composition, anaerobic conditioning and flexibility. These tests provide the coaches and medical staff with an accurate athletic profile on each player.

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Kim Gibbons Administrative Assistant

Matt Lee Athletic Communications


UNIVERSITY OFCONNECTICUT CONNECTICUT SUPPORT STAFF 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years

Jership effrey A. Hathaway has provided effective leadfor the University of Connecticut Division of Athletics as he enters his eighth year in that position. At the same time, he has also become a leader for college athletics on both the national and conference level. He has played a vital role in the success story of UConn athletics for 19 of the past 21 years as he was the Executive Associate Director of Athletics at the school from 1990-2001. In his only two years away from the Storrs campus, Hathaway enjoyed a successful tenure as the Director of Athletics at Colorado State University from 2001-03. His first seven years as UConn’s Director of Athletics have arguably been the most successful in school history. The 2009-10 academic year was another successful campaign. The football team played in its third-straight bowl game and won its second consecutive while the women’s basketball team won the national championship with a perfect record for the second-straight year. In addition, the men’s soccer, women’s soccer, field hockey, men’s basketball and baseball teams all qualified for postseason tournament play. UConn was also selected as one of 16 regional hosts for the NCAA baseball tournament. The women’s ice hockey team also spent most of the year ranked in the top 10 of the country. Hathaway also directed UConn to reach an agreement with IMG College, a division of IMG Worldwide, during the 2009-10 academic year. This 10-year athletics multi-media rights partnership is worth more than $80 million in guaranteed payments to the University. In 2007-08, UConn successfully completed the NCAA certification process. The institution was previously certified, once every 10 years as set forth by the NCAA, in 1998. Hathaway provided leadership for a comprehensive, year-long self study of the operations in the Division of Athletics, a site visit by a peer review team, a NCAA certification committee’s review of the self-study and a report by the peer review team. The Division also reached new long-term agreements with two of its media partners in recent years – Connecticut Public Television for women’s basketball and WTIC radio for football and men’s and women’s basketball. UConn also completed a landmark ten-year, $46 million corporate partnership agreement with Nike, Inc. to exclusively provide footwear, apparel and equipment for Husky athletics. In addition to his leadership role at UConn, Hathaway is entering his fourthyear of a five-year term on the prestigious NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee representing the BIG EAST Conference. Hathaway will serve as chairman of that committee in 2011-12. He is only the fourth individual in the history of the BIG EAST Conference to serve on the committee, joining Dave Gavitt, Jake Crouthamel and Mike Tranghese. Hathaway is a member of the Division I-A Athletic Directors Association Board of Trustees and on the Executive Committee of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA). Some significantly historic achievements have occurred during Hathaway’s time as Director of Athletics. UConn became the first school to win the NCAA Division I men’s and women’s basketball championships in the same year (2004) and the football team was victorious in its first ever bowl game - the 2004 Motor City Bowl. Private fundraising for UConn athletics continues to provide exceptional academic and athletic opportunities for student-athletes. UConn secured a gift of $2.5 million from alumnus Mark Shenkman in 2004 for the building of the Mark R. Shenkman Training Center, an intercollegiate and recreational services facility that serves the entire university community. Under Hathaway’s guidance, the Division of Athletics received the University’s Environmental Leadership Award for the construction of The Burton Family Football Complex and the Mark R. Shenkman Training Center. The two buildings are the University’s first projects certified as meeting the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards for “green” buildings. At its 13th annual awards ceremony in March of 2008, the Connecticut Real Estate Exchange presented UConn with the “Green Building Award” for these environmentally-friendly facilities. In his role as Director, Hathaway also oversees UConn’s Recreational Services program. Serving the entire University community, approximately 580,000 individual uses were logged last year, reflecting the popularity of the diverse health and fitness offerings to students, faculty and staff. “My focus is on the student-athlete,” says Hathaway. “That’s the most important part of our program. Our primary mission is the continued academic success of our student-athletes. The challenge is to identify people early in the process and assist them in charting a career path. In addition, we want to provide a quality experience in intercollegiate athletics for our student-athletes.” Hathaway earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Administration from the University of Maryland in 1981. He later received a Master’s Degree in General Administration (1991) from the University of Maryland and is currently continuing work on a PhD in Educational Leadership from the University of Connecticut. He attended The Sports Management Institute at the Universities of Notre Dame and Southern California. Hathaway also completed the Management Development Program at Harvard University. Born June 20, 1959, in Cheverly, Md., Hathaway and his wife Paula have two children: Meghan (October 15, 1991) and Michael (June 11, 1995).

DEPARTMENT OF SPORTS MEDICINE The department of Sports Medicine in the University of Connecticut Division of Athletics works as an integrated multidisciplinary team whose purpose is to provide the optimal, safe environment for the hockey student-athletes to train and participate in their sport. The staff takes great pride in the individual attention paid to each student-athlete. They are devoted to preventing injury, rapidly diagnosing and treating injury, and maximizing athletic performance. The disciplines of athletic training, strength and conditioning, sports medicine, orthopaedic sports medicine, optometry, nutrition, exercise physiology, and psychology work in concert to provide comprehensive care for the student-athlete. Physician coverage of the men’s hockey team is provided by Jeffrey Anderson, M.D., the Director of Sports Medicine and Team Physician Thomas Trojian, M.D. The Orthopedic Sports JEFFREY Medicine Specialists for the team include Robert ANDERSON, M.D. Arciero, M.D., Thomas DeBerardino, M.D., and Augustus Mazzocca, M.D. of the New England Director of Sports Musculoskeletal Institute at the University of Medicine Services Connecticut Health Center, and Michael Joyce, M.D. of Orthopaedic Sports Specialists in Glastonbury. The Department of Sports Medicine works intimately with the Departments of Kinesiology and Nutritional Sciences on the University of Connecticut campus. This affords the student-athletes with the input of several nationally recognized exercise scientists. This cooperation also keeps the sports medicine staff at the cutting edge of developments in the fields of human performance and sports nutrition. Members of the sports medicine staff are actively engaged in research that directly benefits the care of all student-athletes. The UConn Sports Medicine team is housed in state-of-the-art facilities in the Hugh S. Greer Field House and the Harry A. Gampel Pavilion, as well as a new and expanded sports medicine treatment center located in the UConn Football Facilities Building. In addition to providing the finest in medical care for the UConn hockey program, the Department of Sports Medicine at the University of Connecticut administers to the daily needs of 650 male and female intercollegiate studentathletes who are competing in 24 different varsity programs. The Department of Sports Medicine at the University of Connecticut plays a critical role in assuring that all UConn student-athletes have 24-hour access to the finest medical support and quality health care possible. Through patient care and ongoing research and education, the department continues to provide Husky teams a competitive edge from the medical perspective.

COUNSELING PROGRAM FOR INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETES The University of Connecticut is committed to each hockey player, and all of its student-athletes, as a total person. Participation in athletics is important, but it represents only one aspect of the players college experience. At the University of Connecticut, academic achievement is the primary concern. Impressively, for the past six years the Connecticut student-athlete retention rate has been 99.0 percent. The University’s commitment to the student-athlete is a dual one. Participation in athletics is not viewed as an obstacle to the attainment of one’s educational goals, rather it is seen as a complementary activity. Each supports the other. Athletic excellence is stressed, but academic achievement is never compromised - indeed, it is given the utmost priority. The University realizes that the hockey team and all BECKY TAYLOR student-athletes, due to their academic involvement, are CPIA Counselor required to commit a large percentage of their personal time to University sponsored athletic activities. For this reason, the University recognizes the need for a support program for its intercollegiate athletes. The Counseling Program for Intercollegiate Athletes (CPIA) constantly assists all student-athletes in achieving their academic goals. The CPIA staff serves as a liaison to the academic faculty, the Division of Athletics, and the student-athlete. In serving as a liaison between the Connecticut student-athletes and University faculty and staff, the CPIA counselors also provide assistance in securing appropriate support services available with the University. These include orientation for studentathletes, supervised study halls, individual tutors and tutorial centers (an English/ Writing Center, Math Center and Reading Center), and learning skills seminars. The writing lab and computers have been networked to a national database which allow all student-athletes to do research at their actual computer stations.

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The University of

CONNECTICUT DISTINCTIONS

• For 11 years running, UConn has been rated by U.S. News & World Report as the No. 1 public university in New England – and also ranks among the top 30 public universities in the nation. • UConn is the only public university in New England with its own schools of law, medicine, dental medicine, and social work. • Founded in 1881, UConn is the only public university in Connecticut to be designated a Carnegie Foundation Research University, lauded for breadth and range of research. • The American Academy of Kinesiology and Physical Education ranks the Neag School of Education’s doctoral program in kinesiology No. 1 in the nation. • Forbes ranks UConn’s School of Business MBA program 12th among public universities nationwide. • The University has been elected to membership in Universitas 21, a preeminent international network of leading research-intensive universities across 13 countries.

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LOCATION • Main campus is located in Storrs, about 30 minutes from Hartford, the state’s capital city, and within driving distance of Boston, New York City, and Providence. • Campuses are situated in ideal locations at Avery Point, Waterbury, West Hartford, Stamford, and Torrington. • UConn Health Center in Farmington and Schools of Law and Social Work in the greater Hartford area complete the University’s high-quality programs available statewide.

ACADEMIC BREADTH • UConn’s 14 schools and colleges offer seven undergraduate degrees in more than 85 fields of study. • The University grants 17 graduate degrees in more than 90 fields of study, and provides graduate professional programs in business, dental medicine, law, medicine, pharmacy, and social work.

IMPRESSIVE FACULTY • UConn’s faculty members are world-renowned. Many are recognized as leaders in education, research, and scholarship. • UConn faculty research in regenerative biology produced America’s first cloned calf using non-reproductive cells, creating an international scientific and media sensation. • UConn faculty provided pivotal leadership for the historic UConn-African National Congress Partnership. • Faculty initiative created an unprecedented opportunity for UConn students to study at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City. • UConn’s Neag School of Education is home to the renowned National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented, the Accelerated Schools Project, and is one of 11 schools nationwide selected for the Carnegie Corporation’s prestigious Teachers for a New Era initiative. • UConn faculty collaborating across campuses, including at the Health Center, are conducting breakthrough research in such cutting-edge areas as nanotechnology, stem cell research, and fuel cell technology. • Faculty members are dedicated to their roles as teachers, student advisors, and mentors. UConn’s undergraduate summer research program offers students the opportunity to participate in original research or receive a grant to work under the direction of our renowned professors.

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ATTEND UCONN

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RANKED AMONG

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TOP 30 PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES

IN THE

COUNTRY

For the 11th consecutive year, U.S. News and World Report ranked UConn the top public university in New England and among the top 30 public universities in the nation. The Fiske Guide to Colleges declares, “Quality teaching is the trademark of a UConn education.” Bolstered by this national recognition and academic prestige, the value of a UConn degree continues to soar.

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21ST-CENTURY AMENITIES Now is a tremendously exciting time to attend UConn. A $2.8 billion landmark building program is dramatically transforming the places where students live, learn, and enjoy life. Through new construction and renovation, UConn offers the latest innovations nationally in university housing and dining and extensive recreational complexes. Classrooms and laboratories are being built at a remarkable rate, placing our facilities at the forefront of public higher education and propelling UConn to a position of national prominence.

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THE RIGHT FIT

With a student/faculty ratio of 18:1, 21,496 undergraduate students receive personal attention and tailored academic advising. UConn also offers the opportunities of a premier research university, such as hands-on experience working in labs with professors who not only teach our courses, but who also are on the cutting edge of innovation and discovery.

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WORLD-CLASS FACULTY

From writers and scientists to human rights activists and historians, our more than 1,300 full-time faculty members are committed to classroom teaching. Fostering a dynamic learning environment, they share research opportunities with high-achieving undergraduates. Our faculty include English professor Regina Barreca, whose humor appears in nationally published columns. Amii Omara-Otunnu, holder of the first and only UNESCO chair in human rights in the United States, provides pivotal leadership for the UConn-African National Congress Partnership.


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UNLIMITED OPPORTUNITIES OUTSTANDING RESIDENTIAL MORE THAN 100 MAJORS Choices abound. Whether it’s education, FOR INVOLVEMENT FACILITIES engineering, English, or environmental science,

Yoga. UConn Student Television. Fraternities and sororities. Film. Marching Band. Finance Society. Skydiving. Dance Team. Community Outreach. Choosing from more than 450 clubs and volunteer organizations, UConn students actively participate in campus and community life. Our students make governing decisions, plan events, organize intramural teams, host their own radio shows – and so much more.

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AN EXCEPTIONAL EDUCATIONAL VALUE

Kiplinger’s Personal Finance ranks UConn in the top 35 for best value in public colleges. Whether your long-range goals are preparing for a career, pursuing a graduate degree, or attending medical or law school, “students can receive a stellar education without graduating with a mountain of debt”. UConn has a variety of programs to help many students financially, ranging from merit scholarship opportunities to need-based financial aid packages, all designed to support a large number of qualified students. The University also has many part-time campus jobs with flexible hours that help students earn extra spending money or build their résumé with hands-on work experience.

UConn has among the highest percentage of students living on campus of any major public university in the country. Residential life at UConn offers a distinct sense of community, as well as many social and cultural opportunities. We offer new students a range of dining options and accommodations, while offering upper-division students the latest in suite-style and apartment living. Fully wired residence halls come complete with study rooms, computer labs, and lounge areas.

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LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION

With our main campus in Storrs, we’re a major academic institution that values its small-town roots. Students enjoy the familiarity of an intimate academic institution, while being just a short drive from major cities. UConn’s regional campuses are strategically placed across the state in Avery Point, Farmington, Stamford, Torrington, Waterbury, and West Hartford, offering a quality education to meet our students’ distinct needs.

UConn has something for everyone. Students select an established major or design an individualized plan of study to meet their specific needs. UConn takes pride in offering all students, including those enrolled in our distinctive Honors Program, the opportunity to pursue a major in any of the University’s 100+ programs of study. In addition to academic advisers, online study tools, and tutorial centers, UConn offers career counseling workshops, Study Abroad programs, and internships that offer valuable experience. The University of Connecticut offers many academic choices, yet remains committed to providing students with the support needed to help them achieve their goals.

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HUSKYMANIA

Division I in all sports, we have a variety of men’s and women’s varsity athletics. Home of Huskymania, sports at UConn include baseball, basketball, cross country, field hockey, football, golf, ice hockey, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor and outdoor track, and volleyball. Since 1995, UConn athletic teams have captured 10 NCAA national championships, including unprecedented dual men’s and women’s basketball championships in 2004 —the first University to do so in NCAA Division I history. UConn’s standard of athletic excellence extends to the gridiron, where the Huskies, who have played in three-straight bowl games, play for sellout crowds of 40,000 roaring football fans at the ultra-modern Rentschler Field.

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U C o nn A t h hlle ettii c Fac Faciill it i t ie ies

Rentschler Field

XL Center

Home of UConn football

Home of men’s and women’s basketball

Mark R. Shenkman Training Center

The Burton Family Football Complex

Home of men’s and women’s basketball and women’s volleyball

Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum

J.O. Christian Field

Home of men’s and women’s ice hockey

George J. Sherman Family Sports Complex

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Home of baseball

Home of men’s and women’s outdoor track and field, field hockey and women’s lacrosse

Joseph J. Morrone Stadium

Wolff-Zackin Natatorium

Coventry Lake

Home of men’s and women’s swimming and diving

Home of rowing

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Home of men’s and women’s soccer

Harry A. Gampel Pavilion

The Burrill Family Field At The Connecticut Softball Stadium

Hugh Greer Field House Home of men’s and women’s indoor track

UConn Tennis Courts Home of men’s and women’s tennis


UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT FRIENDS OF HOCKEY 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 23 Playoff Appearances • 51 Years With over 300 active members and a mailing list of over 600, the Friends of Connecticut Hockey provides a support network for the program with donations and fan support that enables the program to achieve new heights season after season. The organization was established in 1982 by former head coach and former Assistant Director of Athletics/Development Ben Kirtland. After the organization’s 21st season, it has proven to be a success in financial terms as well as serving to galvanize support for the players and the program year-after-year. To become a Friend of Connecticut Hockey, please contact the Connecticut Athletic Development office at (860) 486 3863. Tolland Fund, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Richard Angell Mr. & Mrs. David Albrycht Mr. David M. Amaral Mr. & Mrs. Frank Antonacci Mr. & Mrs. Francis Ashline Mr. Richard Baker Mr. Steven Balaban Mr. & Mrs. John Barnett Mr. & Mrs. Dan Barry Mr. & Mrs. Phil Barry Mr. Doug Bartolomeo Capt. & Dr. Charles Beck Mr. & Mrs. Steven Behler Mr. Paul Belliveau Mr. & Mrs. Paul Benoit Dr. & Mrs. Michael Bernstein Mr. & Mrs. Barry Bernstein Mr. & Mrs. Richard Bernstein Mr. & Mrs. John Boardman Mr. & Mrs. Peter Boardman Mr. & Mrs. Glen Boggini Mr. & Mrs. Robert Bogosian Mr. & Mrs. Mark Brackett Mr. & Mrs. John Brand Mr. & Mrs. Bob Breig Mr. Richard Brown & Ms. Nancy Goodrich Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Burke Mr. & Mrs. Robert Burns Mr. Dominic J. Caciopoli Mr. John Carella Mr. & Mrs. Matt Carlin Mr. Richard Baker & Ms. Janice Carroll Mr. & Mrs. David Carroll Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. Cartun Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Casa Mr. Christopher Chadbourne Mrs. Jean T. Chapman Mr. & Mrs. Robert Chieka Mr. & Mrs. James Coleman Ms. LeeAnn Coleman Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Cisowski Mr. & Mrs. Lewis Compson Mr. Tom Chrosniak Mr. & Mrs. Don Collins Mr. David Cooney Mr. & Mrs. Dave Cornett Mr. & Mrs. Bradford J. Collins Mr. & Mrs. Darren Cook Mr. Bill Creamer Mr. Brett Criscuolo Dr. & Mrs.Robert Crovo Mr. & Mrs. William Crum Mr. Robert Cushman Mr. & Mrs. John Daigle Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Daniels Mr. & Mrs. William DeGrazia Mr. & Mrs.Joseph DeMaio Mr. Joseph Demeo, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Demers, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. David DiNanno Mr. & Mrs. Gary Dinowitz Mr. Brian Doerr Mr. & Mrs. Richard Dombroski Mr. & Mrs. James Donohue Mr. Jim Drawbridge Mr. Bruce Dubiel Mr. & Mrs. Scott Dunnack

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Eagan Mr. David Enes Mr. & Mrs. James Engle Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Equale Mr. & Mrs. Mark Erickson Mr. & Mrs. Alvin Evans Mr. & Mrs. Howard Falk Mr. & Mrs. Alan Feir Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Filomeno Mr. & Mrs. Mark Fisher Mr. Greg Ford Mr. & Mrs. Donald Francis Mr. & Mrs. David Fromerth Mr. & Mrs. David Frusciante Mr. Francis Galasso Mr. David Gallogly & Ms. Laura Dowd Mr. & Mrs. Louis Garr, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Ted Gawlicki Mr. Louis George Mr. & Mrs. Steven Germaine Mr. & Mrs. John Gessay Mr. & Mrs. Noel Gessay Ms. Judy Goldberg Ms. Amy Goldstein Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Gorin Mr. William J. Green Ms. Elaine Greer Mr. Lucien Grenon Mr. & Mrs. Clayton Grey Mr. Ronald Gronback, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Grottke Sen. & Mrs. Anthony Guglielmo Mrs. Phillip Haddad Mr. & Mrs. Dave Hawkins Mr. David Heavey Mr. & Mrs. Charles Heine Mr. Peter Heine Mr. Joel K. Hershberger Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hill Mr. Brian Hitchings Mr. Len Hodgson Mr. & Mrs. Theo Horesco Mr. Walter Hrynchuk Mr. & Dr. Richard Huckenbeck Mr. & Mrs. Gregg Hutchings Mr. & Mrs. Malcolm Hutchinson Mr. & Mrs. Allan Hutensky Mr. & Mrs. Robert Hyde Mr. & Mrs. Louis Iacampo Mr. Jon Jepson Mr. & Mrs. E. Neill Jordan Mr. & Mrs. Alan Kapinos Mr. & Mrs. John Kasprak Mr. & Mrs. Kelly Kearney Ms. Karen Kellerman & Mr. Peter Arakas Mr. Jeff Kelly Mr. & Mrs. David Kenes Mr. & Mrs. Mark E. Kerin Mr. Matthew Kerin Mr. & Mrs. Paul Kerr Dr. & Dr. Myles Kessler Mr. & Mrs. John Khairallah Mr. Thomas Killeen Mr. Nelson King Mr. Ryan King Mr. & Mrs. Ben Kirtland Mr. & Mrs. Robert Klein Mr. & Mrs. Peter Kolb

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Kosinski Mr. Joel Kosovsky Mr. & Mrs. Richard Krause Dr. & Mrs. Robert Kravecs, Jr. Mr. William LaPoint Mr. & Mrs. Richard Larson Mr. & Mrs. John Leandri Mr. & Mrs. Julio Leandri Mr. & Mrs. Francis LeBlanc Mr. & Mrs. Eric Lemieux Mr. & Mrs. Edward Lepore Mr. & Mrs. Henry Lesinski Mr. Richard Lesinski & Mrs. Deborah Watkins Mr. & Mrs. Robert Lester Mr. & Mrs. Paul Levine Mr. Russell D. Liljedahl Mr. & Mrs. Chris Lindsay Mr. & Mrs. Russ Loignon Mr. & Mrs. Frank Longobardi Mr. & Mrs. James Love Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Macaro Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey G. Maguire Mr. Jeffrey J. Maguire Mr. & Mrs. Mark Makuch Mr. & Mrs. James Mancuso Mr. Gani Manelli Mr. Marty Manning Mr. & Mrs. John Marco Dr. & Mrs. John T Marcoux Mr. Josephy Marinello Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Marshall Mr. & Mrs. David Marshall Mrs. Harold Marshall Mr. Robert Mathieu Mr. & Mrs. Dino Mattessich Mr. & Mrs. Richard Maynes Mr. & Mrs. James Mayo Ms. Elv McCann Mr. Michael McCarthy Mr. & Mrs. Paul McCormick Mr. Arthur McEvily Mr. & Mrs. Kevin McGarry Mr. & Mrs. Alan McLean Mr. & Mrs. Leon Medvedow Mr. Joseph Michalkiewicz Mr. & Mrs. Bernie Michals Ms. Britt Miglietta Mr. & Mrs. Jamie Millerd, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Michael E. Misiewicz Dr. Thomas Misiewicz Mr. & Mrs. Jim Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Mizla Mr. & Mrs. Phillip Moreschi Mr. Kevin Morgan Mr. John Morris Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Mulkin Mr. James Ohl & Ms. Tamara Nelson Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Newhams Mr. & Mrs. Craig Niler Ms. Mikel Ann O’Brien Mr. & Mrs. Charles Orsillo Mr. Matthew Owens Mr. & Mrs. Richard Pacelli Pappanikou Family Mr. & Mrs. Ray Paquet Mr. & Mrs. Paul Pendergast Mr. Edward Pierce Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Pike

Mr. Frank Polera, Jr. Mr. Michael Polo Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Polo Mr. Milton Porter Mr. & Mrs. Jim Powers Mr. & Mrs. Bryan Quinn Mr. Eric Reisinger Mr. & Mrs. Bill Robinson Mr. & Mrs. Charles Roy Mr. Don Ruck Mr. & Mrs. Brian Sabia Mr. & Mrs. Paul Samele Mr. & Mrs. John Sand Mr. Christopher Schaff Mr. & Mrs. Doug Scherer Mr. Matt Scherer Ms. Alice Schneider Ms. Terry Gellin & Mr. Samuel L. Schrager Mr. & Mrs. Howard Schreer Mr. & Mrs. Evan Schwarz Mr. Neil Scranton Mrs. Debbie Senerchia Mr. & Mrs. Marc Senerchia, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. William Servedio Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Sheehan Mr. & Mrs. Richard Shettle Ms. Rose Marie Shettle Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Sikorski Mr. & Mrs. James Skridulis Mr. & Mrs. Charles Solberg Mr. & Mrs. Michael N. Solomon Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Soucy Mr. Jeff Spring Mr. & Mrs. Skip Starks Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey St. Martin Mr. Joseph Stangel Mr. William Starks Mr. & Mrs. Richard Stec Mr. & Mrs. Edward Sullivan Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Sullivan Mr. Kevin Sullivan Mr. & Mrs. Allan Sutherland Mr. & Mrs. Brian Sutherland Mr. & Mrs. Thor Swanson Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Thompson Mr. Pete Trainor Mr. & Mrs. Harry Tramontanis Mr. & Mrs. Chris Tripp Mr. Michael Urso Mr. & Mrs. Brian Usher Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Walker, Jr. Mr. Joseph Walkovich & Ms. Jimmetta Samaha Mr. & Mrs. William Walluk Mr. & Mrs. Bob Waterstradt Mr. & Mrs. Greg Waybright Mr. & Mrs. Randall Waybright Ms. Colleen Webb Dr. & Mrs. Robin Weeks Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Weisenberg Mr. & Mrs. James Welton, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Tom Weston Mr. & Mrs. Daniel White Mr. & Mrs. Dana Wilder Mr. & Mrs. Norries Wilson Mr. & Mrs. Gary Zera

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Keeping up with

Uconn hockey all-americans 1991 Second Team 1992 First Team bloomfield, mich.

GP 107

G 92

A 127

pts 219

“It was hard work and it took a lot of discipline and perseverance. When it’s all said and done and now looking back at the practices, games and accomplishments...IT WAS FUN! Thank you UConn Hockey and Coach Marshall for your support and helping me succeed.”

Bryan Quinn 1995 second team Sudbury, mass.

GP 106

G 64

A 85

pts 149

“My four years at UConn will always be some of the most cherished memories of my life. The All-American status I was awarded my senior year is a reflection of the great people who were also part of the program. To me, this award recognizes the discipline of hard work and is my proudest achievement representing the culmination of my hockey career.”

Ryan Equale

Todd Krygier

Bryan Krygier

1996 First team wilton, conn.

1987 Second Team 1988 first team bloomfield, mich.

GP 101

G 99

A 101

pts 200

GP 105

1986 second team ridgefield, conn.

GP 81

G 70

A 78

pts 148

“Being the first All-American at UConn was a great honor and it is something no one else can say. I think my placement on the All-American team instantly gave our ice hockey team some of the recognition and creditability that it lacked on campus and in the hockey world. I am proud to have played at UConn and I am thrilled at the direction the team has taken in the years since I left.”

A 109

pts 188

“For me it was about the tradition and the opportunity while at UConn to make a positive mark on the program. It was not about me being an All-American; it was about me helping to ensure that the long run of playoff appearances and winning records continued. I am proud of this award and the hockey player I became at UConn, however, I have a great deal more pride in the person and man I became as a result of my UConn experience and Coach Marshall”

“As a student-athlete at the University of Connecticut, I received an outstanding education and an unbelievable hockey experience. I will be forever grateful to my family, friends, teammates, coaches, teachers and administrators for giving me the benefit of their many life experiences. I owe a debt of gratitude to them for helping me achieve All-American status 2 years in a row and eventually compete in the NHL for 9 years. Although I received numerous individual honors, I have always felt and still believe today to be a representative of these extraordinary people.”

Harry Geary

G 79

Eric Linkowski 1998 second team new fairfield, conn.

GP 90

G 17

A 43

pts 60

“UConn was a great experience that helped that I have me develop into the person and athletically. become both professionally The experience I had at UConn was second to none.”

Chris Potter 1993 second team Warwick, R.I.

GP 108

G 12

A 70

pts 82

“My four years playing hockey at UConn was a great experience. The friends I made and the memories of the success we had as a team is something I will always look back on.”


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Matt Miller

Senior Defenseman

OCTOBER 9 16 23 28

Saturday Saturday Saturday Thursday

NOVEMBER

5 Friday 6 Saturday 12 Friday 13 Saturday 19 Friday 21 Saturday

@ Maine @ Merrimack @ Army* @ Union

7:00 7:00 7:05 7:05

Canisius* Canisius* @ RIT* @ RIT* @ Bentley* AIC*

7:05 7:05 7:05 7:05 7:05 7:05

26-27 RPI THANKSGIVING TOURNAMENT 26 Friday Bowling Green vs. Alabama-Huntsville UConn vs. RPI 30 Saturday UConn vs. BGSU/UAH RPI vs. BGSU/UAH

Brian Reagan Senior Defenseman

4:00 7:00 4:00 7:00

DECEMBER 3 Friday 4 Saturday 10 Friday

@ Niagara* @ Niagara* @ Sacred Heart*

29-30 TOYOTA UCONN HOCKEY CLASSIC 29 Wednesday Princeton vs. Bowling Green UConn vs. Holy Cross* 30 Thursday Consolation Championship

JANUARY

7 Friday 8 Saturday 11 Tuesday 14 Friday 15 Saturday 21 Friday 22 Saturday 28 Friday 29 Saturday

7:05 7:05 7:05 4:05 7:15 4:05 7:15

Mercyhurst* Mercyhurst* @ Dartmouth @ Robert Morris* @ Robert Morris* Air Force* Air Force* @ Holy Cross* @ Holy Cross*

7:05 7:05 7:00 7:05 7:05 7:05 7:05 7:05 7:05

@ Army* Army* @ Sacred Heart* Sacred Heart*@ @ Bentley* Bentley* AIC* @ AIC*

7:05 7:05 7:05 1:00 7:05 7:05 7:05 7:05

Justin Hernandez

Senior Forward

FEBRUARY 4 Friday 5 Saturday 11 Friday 13 Sunday 18 Friday 19 Saturday 25 Friday 26 Saturday

@- Rentschler Field, East Hartford, Conn. *- Atlantic Hockey Game Chris Spicer Senior Forward


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