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University of Connecticut UConn Quick facts 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country

TABLE OF CONTENTS This is UConn Hockey ............................................................... 1-2 UConn Facts/Table of Contents/Hockey Schedule............................ 3 2011-12 Roster............................................................................ 4 Head Coach Bruce Marshall........................................................ 5-6 Assistant Coaches..................................................................... 7-8 2011-12 Season Preview...........................................................9-10 2011-12 Player Profiles...........................................................11-23 2010-11 Season Review..........................................................24-25 2010-11 Atlantic Hockey Review...................................................26 UConn vs. Atlantic Hockey...........................................................27 2011-12 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 The University of Connecticut..................................................44-47 Excellence In Athletics............................................................48-49 Friends of Hockey.......................................................................50

UNIVERSITY QUICK FACTS Location..................................................................... Storrs, Conn. Founded................................................................................. 1881 Enrollment........................................................................... 30,034 Nicknames.............................................................. Huskies, UConn Colors.......................................... National Flag Blue (Navy) & White Affiliation.................................................................NCAA Division I Conference.............................................................. Atlantic Hockey Interim Director of Athletics..................................... Paul Pendergast Athletic Department Phone...................................... (860) 486-2725 Athletic Department Fax.......................................... (860) 486-3300 Athletic Website................................................. UConnHuskies.com

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach.....................................Bruce Marshall (Connecticut ‘85) Overall Career Record..................................... 316-354-64 (23 Years) Record at UConn..................................................................... Same Assistant Coach....................................David Berard (Providence ‘92) Assistant Coach............................Rich McKenna (Castleton State ‘07) Office Phone............................................................ (860) 486-3072 Home Rink.............................Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum (2,000) Press Box................................................................ (860) 486-6745 2010-11 Final Record............................................................15-18-4 2010-11 AHA Record/Finish.............................................13-12-2/6th 2010-11 Postseason.................................AHA Semifinals, L, RIT, 4-2 Letterwinners R/L..................................................................... 17/8 Newcomers................................................................................. 11 2011-12 Captains.................... Sean Ambrosie (C), Corey Jendras (A) ........................................................................Marcello Ranallo (A)

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 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

2011-12 MEN’S HOCKEY SCHEDULE OCTOBER 7 Fri. at Bowling Green 8 Sat. at Bowling Green 14 Fri. at Army 18 Tues. at UMass Lowell 22 Sat. at Merrimack 27 Thurs. HOLY CROSS* 29 Sat. ARMY*

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

NOVEMBER 4 Fri. at Mercyhurst* 5 Sat. at Mercyhurst* 12 Sat. at AIC* 16 Wed. SACRED HEART* 19 Sat. at Yale 25 Fri. at Air Force* 26 Sat. at Air Force*

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

DECEMBER 2 Fri. RIT* 3 Sat. RIT* 9 Fri. BENTLEY* UConn Hockey Classic 29 Thurs. RPI vs. UMass Lowell 29 Thurs. ARMY* 30 Fri. Consolation 30 Fri. Championship JANUARY 6 Fri. NIAGARA* 7 Sat. NIAGARA* 14 Sat. at Canisius* 15 Sun. at Canisius* 20 Fri. ROBERT MORRIS* 21 Sat ROBERT MORRIS* 27 Fri. HOLY CROSS* 28 Sat. at Princeton

7:05 7:05 7:05 4:00 7:15 4:00 7:15 7:05 7:05 7:05 4:05 7:05 7:05 7:05 7:00

FEBRUARY

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Fri. SACRED HEART* Sat. at Sacred Heart* Fri. BENTLEY* Sat. at Bentley* Fri. at AIC* Sat. AIC*

MARCH 2 Sat. AHA First Round Campus 9 Sat. AHA Quarterfinals Campus 16 Sat. AHA Semifinals% 17 Sun. AHA Championship%

7:05 4:30 7:05 7:05 7:05 7:05 Sites Sites TBA TBA

* - AHA Conference Game % - Blue Cross Arena, Rochester, N.Y.

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 2011-12 University of Connecticut Men’s Hockey Media Guide is an official publication of the University of Connecticut Division of Athletics. The guide was written, produced and designed by Matt Lee, 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.

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2011-12 roster University of Connecticut 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country

UCONN NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 35

Name Tom Comunale Alex Gerke Tom Janosz Chris Waterstradt Jacob Poe Joe Budnick Jordan Sims Rui Encarnacao Daniel Naurato Miles Winter Evan Carriere Brad Smith Billy Latta Ryan Tyson Trevor Gerling Corey Jendras “A” Marcello Ranallo “A” Sean Ambrosie “C” Patrick Sheehan Brant Harris Cole Schneider Paul Cinquegrana Kevin Tuohy Cody Sharib Brad Cooper Garrett Bartus Matt Grogan Bobby Segin

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

Ht. 5-11 5-10 6-1 6-4 6-3 5-8 5-11 6-1 5-9 6-3 6-2 5-9 5-8 5-9 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-2 5-10 6-1 6-2 5’9 5-7 6-2 5-9 6-2 5-10 6-1

Wt. 175 170 185 220 200 160 185 190 185 215 200 165 170 180 200 193 190 185 182 205 185 160 160 220 170 190 170 160

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

Hometown Mars, Pa. Tomah, Wisc. Elma, N.Y. Tulsa, Okla. Arlington, Texas Glastonbury, Conn. Fort Wayne, Ind. White Plains, N.Y. Northville, Mich. Horsham, Pa. Ottawa, Ontario Trenton, Mich. West Chester, Pa. Harleysville, Pa. Seattle, Wash. Abingdon, Md. Burnaby, B.C. Moorhead, Minn. St. Louis, Mo. Estevan, Saskatchewan Williamsville, N.Y. Scituate, R.I. Salisbury Mills, N.Y. Needham, Mass. Boca Raton, Fla. St. Charles, Ill. Gilbert, Ariz. Marlton, N.J.

Previous Team St. Louis Bandits (NAHL) Bismark Bobcats (NAHL) Surrey Eagles (BCHL) Springfield Jr. Blues (NAHL) Topeka RoadRunners (NAHL) Springfield Pics (EJHL) Langley Chiefs (BCHL) Janesville Jets (NAHL) South Shore Kings (EJHL) Quinnipiac University (NCAA) Northern Cyclones (AJHL) St. Louis Bandits (NAHL) Chicago Steele (USHL) New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs (EJHL) Langley Chiefs (BCHL) Topeka RoadRunners (NAHL) Alberni Valley Bulldogs (BCHL) Prince George Spruce Kings (BCHL) St. Louis Bandits (NAHL) Melfort Mustangs (SJHL) Topeka RoadRunners (NAHL) Boston Jr. Bruins (EJHL) Langley Chiefs (BCHL) New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs (EJHL) Avon Old Farms (Div. I Prep) St. Louis Bandits (NAHL) Bismark Bobcats (NAHL) The Gunnery (Prep)

C- Captain Head Coach: Bruce Marshall (Connecticut ’85), 24th season Assistant Coach: David Berard (Providence College ’92), 1st season Assistant Coach: Rich McKenna (Castleton State ’07), 1st Season

2011-12 UConn Men’s Ice Hockey Team

Front Row (L-R):Garrett Bartus, Tom Janosz, Daniel Naurato, Miles Winter, Corey Jendras, Sean Ambrosie, Marcello Ranallo, Chris Waterstradt, Alex Gerke, Brad Cooper, Matt Grogan Middle Row (L-R): Assistant Coach David Berard, Head Coach Bruce Marshall, Bobby Segin, Skyler Smutek, Evan Carriere, Cole Schneider, Brant Harris, Jacob Poe, Cody Sharib, Rui Encarnacao, Tom Comunale, Assistant Coach Rich McKenna, Trainer Ed Blair Back Row (L-R): Kevin Tuohy, Joe Budnick, Paul Cinquegrana, Ryan Tyson, Jordan Sims, Trevor Gerling, Patrick Sheehan, Brad Smith, Billy Latta

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University ofhead Connecticut coach bruce marshall 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country

Bruce Marshall • Head Coach • 24th Season • Connecticut ‘85 Bruce Marshall enters his 24th season as head coach of the UConn men’s hockey program. The Huskies had a resurgent season in 201011, reaching the Atlantic Hockey Semifinals for the first time since 2006-07 and finishing with eight more wins than the year before at 15-18-4. UConn nearly doubled its offensive output from a year ago, scoring over three goals per game. Marshall put together a schedule that saw Connecticut face three opponents in the first four games of the season that were ranked in the top-10 at some point in 2010-11. UConn opened the season with 3-3 ties against No. 7 Maine and No. 10 Union. 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 All-Rookie Team in 2010. He also guided four players to the 2010 AHA All-Academic Team.

Bruce and Kathy Marshall

Since becoming a Division-I program in 1998, Marshall has led his squads to a MAAC Championship game, a trio 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.

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). 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 (15), Mollie (13), Marisa (11) and Marikate (7).

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University of Connecticut head coach bruce marshall 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country

Bruce Marshall - The All-Time Winningest Coach In UConn Hockey History

THE MARSHALL LEDGER

2010-11# Overall........ 15-18-4 (.45.9%) Atlantic Hockey...........................13-12-2 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........ 316-354-64 (47.4%) ECAC East................111-68-17 (62.0%) MAAC......................... 63-55-16 (53.0%) Atlantic Hockey......... 81-114-20 (42.3%) * - 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 (316-354-64) 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 • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country David Berard begins his first season at the University of Connecticut with 19 years of collegiate hockey experience, including 15 with Providence College of Hockey East.

David Berard • Assistant Coach • First Season • Providence ‘92

Widely respected throughout college hockey, Berard had a variety of roles for the Friars over the years. From a coaching perspective, he directed skill development sessions for forwards and defensemen and worked extensively with Friar goaltenders. For seven seasons, he also coordinated and directed the penalty killing strategy. He also led opponent scouting meetings, developed scouting reports and oversaw the implementation and use of video technology for the program. Administratively, Berard served as the staff liaison for the Office of Academic Services, which monitored the academic progress of Friar Hockey players.

In addition, Berard also served as the recruiting coordinator for the Friars from 1998-2005, as well as, Associate Head Coach from 2003-05. He was instrumental in bringing a number of talented players to Providence. During his tenure, Berard recruited three players named to the AHCA/JOFA University Division All-American Team, one player voted to the GTE/CoSIDA Division I Academic All-American Team, seven players selected to the Hockey East All-Star Team and five players chosen for the Hockey East All-Rookie Team. Additionally, Berard recruited 21 players that were selected in the NHL Entry Draft. He also recruited five players who signed NHL contracts and coached ten players who have played in the National Hockey League. Furthermore, two of Berard’s recruits represented the United States at the IIHF World Under-20 Championships. Berard returned to Providence College prior to the start of the 1998-99 season after serving as the top assistant for two years at Lake Superior State University of the CCHA. At Lake Superior, Berard served as recruiting coordinator for Head Coach, Scott Borek. Berard began his coaching career at Colby College during the 1992-93 season. After two successful rebuilding seasons, Berard returned to his alma mater to serve as an assistant coach to then first-year Head Coach, Paul Pooley. In his first two years at Providence, the Friars made consecutive trips to the Hockey East Championship Game, finishing runner-up in 1995 and winning the championship in 1996. For their efforts, the Friars earned an automatic berth to the 1996 NCAA Tournament. In 2000-01, Berard helped guide the Friars to a second-place finish, the best Hockey East Regular Season finish in program history. They also earned a berth in the Hockey East Championship Game and an at-large bid to the 2001 NCAA Tournament. During the past 17 years, Berard has been heavily involved in player development for USA Hockey at the national, district and local levels. In addition to presenting at many coaching education program clinics, he has coached at numerous USA Hockey National Select Festivals and New England Player Development Camps. From 2003-08, Berard served as the Director of Player Development for the New England District. In the summer of 2004, Berard served as an assistant coach for the USA Hockey Under-17 Select Team, which won the silver medal at the Five Nations Tournament in Halle a.d. Saale, Germany. Most recently, Berard was named as a coach for the USA Hockey - Warren Strelow National Team Goaltending Program, a position he has held since 2008. A former goaltender in his playing days at Providence College, Berard was a member of one of the most successful classes to wear a Friar uniform, amassing a total of 87 wins over their four-year career. Berard was a member of three teams that reached the Hockey East Championship Tournament Semi-Finals and two teams that qualified for the NCAA Ice Hockey Tournament. Berard graduated from PC in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Marketing. He currently resides in East Greenwich, RI with his wife, Lynne, and their sons, Brett and Brady.

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.”

“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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University of Connecticut assistant coaches 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country

Rich McKenna • Assistant Coach • First Season • Castelton State ‘07

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.”

Rich McKenna begins his first season with UConn after spending the previous three at Wesleyan under former UConn assistant Chris Potter. He is a 2007 graduate of Castleton State College where he received his B.S. with a concentration in marketing. At Castleton, he was a two-year member of the men’s varsity ice hockey team, receiving both the Unsung Hero Award and Coaches Award while skating for the Spartans. Prior to his time at Castleton, McKenna skated for two years with the Vikings of Hudson Valley Community College. McKenna got his first taste of collegiate coaching in 2008-09 as an assistant coach at Castleton State College while helping to manage the Spartans home arena as well.

Brian Meisner 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.” 8

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“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 me 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.”


2011-12 season preview University of Connecticut 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country The 2011-12 UConn men’s hockey program enters the sea- The Huskies have all the pieces to be one of the most feared son with optimism and the young pieces to warrant hopes of offensive programs in the AHA this upcoming season. Conextended postseason play. The Huskies advanced to the At- necticut upped its goals per game output from 1.59 in 2010-11 lantic Hockey Association Semifinals last season for the first to 3.08 last season. Last season, UConn head coach Bruce time since 2006-07. While Connecticut dropped a tough deci- Marshall brought in a freshman class that immediately thrust sion to RIT in a “neutral” rink at Blue Cross Arena in Roches- itself into the forefront of the UConn offense. Led by sophoter, N.Y., the Huskies return the cornerstones of the 2010-11 more Cole Schneider, the UConn offense will feature eight of squad that finished 15-18-4. UConn improved its record by the top-nine scorers from last season that tallied 114 goals. eight victories last season from the year before and nearly doubles its offensive production. The freshman class recorded 121 points last season for 3.27 points per game. That mark ranked third in the nation among The Huskies averaged over three goals per game a season freshman classes. ago and welcome back eight of the top-nine scorers from last season, including All-Rookie selection Cole Schneider and Schneider finished the year with new UConn freshman reteam captain Sean Ambrosie. The Huskies utilized an attack- cords in points and assists. The talented left wing went on ing system in 2010-11 and benefited from a rock-solid goal- to score 13 goals with 20 assists for 33 points on the way to tender in the UConn net. Garrett Bartus finished his sopho- earning All-Rookie honors from the Atlantic Hockey coaches. more season with 1,085 saves to set a new UConn record that ranked second in the entire NCAA. Joining Schneider up front as key pieces in 2011-12 will be junior captain Sean Ambrosie. Ambrosie ranked second on the The Huskies advanced to the AHA Semifinals a year ago and team a year ago with 10 goals and 18 assists for 28 points. return a balanced offense that features six 20-point scorers Ambrosie will lead UConn on and off the ice as a junior after from last season. With a group of talented returning players officially being named team captain at the end-of-year banand a deep recruiting class, Connecticut hockey has the tools quet last season. to make a serious splash in the Atlantic Hockey landscape this coming season. Ambrosie will be assisted in the captain’s duties by seniors Marcello Ranallo and Corey Jendras. Ranallo enters 2011 FORWARDS as the program’s current active scoring leader with 47 points on 15 goals and 32 assists. As a junior, Ranallo tallied seven goals and 10 assists for 17 points. Jendras battled through injury as a junior but finished with eight goals and two assists for 10 points in just 20 games. Jendras played a major part in UConn’s advancement into the AHA Semifinals, netting a hat trick in the opening game of the best-of-three AHA Quarterfinals victory over Mercyhurst at home. The Huskies will have depth throughout their offensive lines this season beginning with a trio of sophomores in Brant Harris, Billy Latta and Jordan Sims. All three forwards played key roles as freshmen with each player breaking the 20-point plateau. Harris and Sims both finished with 22 points while Latta ranked third on the team with 26 points based on 11 goals and 15 assists. Junior Miles Winter and sophomore Rui Encarnacao could be in line for big years in 2011-12 with both players seeing extensive time on the second and third lines this year. Winter broke the 20-point plateau and ranked third on the team with 16 assists. Encarnacao finished with 16 points on four goals and 12 assists in 31 games.

Captain Sean Ambrosie

If Connecticut can get solid production from the incoming freshmen, the offense can look to score well above 3.00 goals pergame in the upcoming season. The incoming class includes; Joe Budnick (Springfield Pics/EJHL), Trevor Gerling (Langley Chiefs/BCHL), Cody Sharib (New Hampshire Jr. 2011-12 UConn men’s Hockey

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University 2011-12 season preview of Connecticut 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country Monarchs/EJHL), Brad Smith (St. Louis Bandits/NAHL) and Ryan Tyson (New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs/EJHL). DEFENSEMEN UConn welcomes back a talented group of defensemen all with extensive experience on the blue line, led by seniors Chris Waterstradt and Brad Cooper. They are joined by juniors Alex Gerke and Tom Janosz. The four returning defenseman have played a combined 281 contests. All four players have seen time at the top-two defensive pairingss during their careers in Storrs. Gerke finished the season four goals and five assists for nine points. All-four of Gerke’s goals came on the power play. That total led the Huskies in 2010-11. Waterstradt finished his junior season with six points based on two goals and four assists. Cooper played in 33 games last season, tallying seven assists. Janosz battled back from an injury early on to play in 14 games. He finished the year with one goal and three assists for four points. Janosz came up huge for UConn down the stretch. In the second game of the best-of-three AHA Quarterfinals at home against Mercyhurst, Janosz scored the gamewinning goal in overtime to send UConn to the AHA Semifinals for the first time in four seasons. The Huskies will welcome three incoming recruits to the back line in 2011-12 including; Jacob Poe (Topeka RoarRunners/ NAHL), Patrick Sheehan (St. Louis Bandits/NAHL) and Kevin Tuohy (Langley Chiefs/BCHL). GOALTENDERS Junior Garrett Bartus had a sensational season last year. While he finished with an average 14-15-4 record, Bartus compiled 1,085 saves. That total ranked second in the nation and set a new UConn program record. Bartus recorded an above average .906 save percentage to go along with a 3.45 goals against average. A rock in net for Coach Marshall, Bartus recorded 30-plus saves on 21 different occasions. Bartus enters his junior season with a 19-29-5 record but boasts a respectable .904 save percentage and a 3.38 goals against average. Backing up Bartus looks to be sophomore Matt Grogan. Grogan appeared in seven games last season as a redshirt freshman, finishing with a 1-3-0 record. Grogan recorded the top performance of his career in the final regular season game against AIC. On the road with the Huskies down, 3-0, in the first 10 minutes, Grogan came off the bench to blank AIC for the remaining 50 minutes. Grogan stopped 20 shots as UConn rallied for a 4-3 victory. Freshmen Tom Comunale (St. Louis Bandits/NAHL) and Bobby Segin (The Gunnery/DIV 1 Prep) will look to earn time as well this season. 10

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Garrett Bartus SCHEDULE The Huskies start the season with five-straight road games, including the Atlantic Hockey opener at Army on Friday, October 14. Connecticut will host the home opener against Holy Cross on Thursday, October 27. The 19th annual Toyota UConn Hockey Classic features AHA foe Army and two dominant programs from the northeast. UMass-Lowell (Hockey East Association) will face Rensselaer (ECAC) while UConn battles Army in the night cap on December 29. The winners will face off in the championship on Friday, December 30. 2011-12 Atlantic Hockey Preseason Coaches Poll 1. Rochester Instit. of Technology (5) 113 2. Air Force (5) 112 3. Holy Cross (2) 103 4. Niagara 89 5. Connecticut 79 6. Robert Morris 70 7. Mercyhurst 59 8. Army 51 9. Canisius 42 10. Bentley 41 11. Sacred Heart 20 12. American International 13 (First Place Votes)


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Senior • D • 5-9 • 170 Boca Raton, Fla. Avon Old Farms (Div. 1 Prep) 2010-11 (Junior Season): Appeared in 33 games as a sophomore… Ranked second on the team with a plus-six rating… Finished the season with seven assists… Tallied two assists against Mercyhurst (Jan. 8) and Air Force (Jan. 22)… Notched an assist against Mercyhurst in game two of the AHA Quarterfinals (Mar. 12). 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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Corey Jendras

Senior • F • 5-11 • 193 Abingdon, Md. Topeka RoadRunners (NAHL)

Assistant Captain

2010-11 (Junior Season): A member of the AHA All-Academic Team… Appeared in 20 games for UConn as a junior… Tallied eight goals and two assists for 10 points… Finished the season plus-3 rating… Notched the game-winning goal in a 2-1 victory over Holy Cross (Dec. 29)… Registered a goal and two assists in UConn’s 6-4 victory over Bentley (Feb. 19)… Notched his first collegiate hat trick in game one of the AHA Quarterfinals against Mercyhurst (Mar. 11)… Named an assistant captain at the team’s end-of-year banquet. 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 game-tying goal at Bentley during the final regular season game (Feb. 28) to help the Huskies end their regular season on a three-game 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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PTS 6 5 7 18

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G 3 1 8 12

A 6 0 2 8

PTS 9 1 10 20

PEN/MIN 1/2 8/16 2/4 11/22

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Daniel Naurato

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Marcello Ranallo

Senior • D • 5-9 • 185 Northville, Mich. South Shore Kings (EJHL) 2010-11 (Junior Season): Appeared in 12 games before suffering a season ending injury early in the season… Finished the year with two goals and four assists for six points… Registered a three-game point streak from Nov. 20 – Nov. 27, notching two goals and three assists for five points. 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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Senior • F • 5-11 • 190 Burnaby, B.C. Alberni Valley Bulldogs (BCHL)

Assistant Captain

2010-11 (Junior Season): Appeared in 35 games for Connecticut… Played in his 100th career game on Feb. 5 against Army… Finished the season with 17 points on seven goals and 10 assists… Opened the season with two assists in a 3-3 tie at No. 7 Maine (Oct. 9)… Registered two assists in a 9-3 victory at Sacred Heart (Dec. 10)… Ended the season on a five-game point streak with four goals and two assists for six points… Notched two goals, including one on the power play, in game one of the AHA Quarterfinals against Mercyhurst (Mar. 11)… Tallied a power-play goal against RIT in the AHA Semifinals (Mar. 18)... Named an assistant captain at the end-of-year banquet. 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). 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 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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A 16 6 10 32

PTS 22 8 17 47

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Sean 21 Ambrosie

R-Senior • D • 6-4 • 220 Tulsa, Okla. Springfield Jr. Blues (NAHL) 2010-11 (R-Junior Season): Appeared in 25 games… Registered two goals and four assists for six points… Began a threegame point streak from Nov. 20 – Nov. 27 with a goal and an assist against AIC (Nov. 20)… Notched a power-play goal against Holy Cross (Jan. 28). 2009-10 (R-Sophomore Season): Played in 30 games in 200910… 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. Personal: Chris C. is the son of Marsha and Bob Waterstradt ... born May 16, 1987... a political science major.

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

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2010-11 (Sophomore Season): Named team captain at the end-of-year banquet… Played in all 37 games… Ranked second on the team with 28 points on 10 goals and 18 assists… 18 assists ranked second on the team… Registered nine multipoint games… Opened the season with two points including the game-tying goal at No. 7 Maine (Oct. 9)… Finished the season with three power-play goals and one game-winning goal… Notched the game-winning goal against AIC (Nov. 20)… Tallied two goals at No. 17 RPI (Nov. 26) and against Mercyhurst (Jan. 7)… Recorded three points against Mercyhurst (Jan. 7) and Army (Feb. 5). 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, Minn... At Winnipeg, finished with 24 goals and 29 assists for 53 points… His 24 goals ranked second on the team. Personal: Sean William is the son of Rod and Diane Ambrosie… born June 14, 1989… an accounting major.

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A 11 18 29

PTS 18 28 46

PEN/MIN 13/26 11/22 24/48

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Garrett Bartus

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Evan Carriere

Junior • G • 6-2 • 190 St. Charles, Ill. St. Louis Bandits (NAHL) 2010-11 (Sophomore Season): Appeared in 35 games, starting 34… Ranked second in the nation and set a new UConn singleseason record with 1085 saves… Finished the year with a 1415-4 record based on a 3.45 goals against average and a .906 save percentage… Recorded 30-plus saves in 21 games this season, including five games of 40-plus saves… Named AHA Goaltender of the Week on Nov. 8 after leading UConn to a 1-0-1 record against Canisius with 59 saves in two games… Notched 50 saves in an 8-5 victory at Niagara (Dec. 4) and 53 saves in the clinching game of the AHA Quarterfinals against Mercyhurst (Mar. 12)… Named AHA Goaltender of the Week on Oct. 12 after stopping 40 shots in a 3-3 tie at No. 7 Maine (Oct. 9)... Moved into third all-time on the UConn Division I career saves list.

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Junior • F • 6-2 • 200 Ottawa, Ontario Northern Cyclones (AJHL) 2010-11 (Sophomore Season): Appeared in three games as a sophomore… Finished the season with a minus-two rating. 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 2009-10 (Freshman Season): Joined the team midway through June 28, 1988 … an English major. 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.

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PTS 3 0 3

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Alex Gerke

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Junior • D • 5-10 • 170 Tomah, Wisc. Bismark Bobcats (NAHL) 2010-11 (Sophomore Season): Appeared in 36 games… Finished the season with four goals and five assists for nine points… Tied for the team lead with four power-play goals… Ranked fourth on the team with seven power-play points… Notched the game-winning goal in a 3-1 victory over Mercyhurst (Jan. 7). 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.

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A 6 5 11

PTS 10 9 19

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Tom Janosz

Junior • D • 6-1 • 185 Elma, N.Y. Surrey Eagles (BCHL) 2010-11 (Sophomore Season): A member of the AHA All-Academic Team… Appeared in 14 games during his sophomore season… Finished the season with one goal and three assists for four points… Tallied two assists against Mercyhurst (Jan. 8)… Notched the game-winning goal in overtime of the AHA Quarterfinals against Mercyhurst to send UConn to the AHA Semifinals (Mar. 12). 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

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PTS 6 4 10

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Miles Winter

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Rui 17 Encarnacao

R-Junior • F • 6-3 • 215 Horsham, Pa. Quinnipiac University (NCAA) 2010-11 (R-Sophomore Season): Appeared in 36 games, notching 20 points on four goals and 16 assists… 16 assists ranked third on the team… Ranked tied for second on the team with eight power-play points based on one goal and seven assists… Opened his career at UConn with a power-play goal and a power-play assist in a 3-3 tie at No. 7 Maine (Oct. 9)… Recorded a four-game assist streak from Oct. 23 – Nov. 6… Notched the game-winning goal in a two-goal effort against Bentley (Feb. 19). 2009-10 (Sophomore Season): Did not play 2008-09 (Freshman Season at Quinnipiac): Saw action in eight games on the season. 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.

Freshman • F • 6-1 • 190 White Plains, N.Y. Janesville Jets (NAHL) 2010-11 (Freshman Season): A member of the AHA All-Academic Team… Appeared in 31 games… Finished the season with four goals and 12 assists for 16 points… Tallied his first collegiate point with an assist at Union (Oct. 28)… Notched his first collegiate goal at Niagara (Dec. 3)… Registered four multipoint games… Notched a four-game point streak with two goals and four assists from Nov. 27 – Dec. 10… Tallied two assists in UConn’s 5-3 victory over Mercyhurst in game one of the AHA Quarterfinals (Mar. 11). 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 all-four years of high school. Personal: Rui J. is the son of Rui and Annemarie Encarnacao… born July 17, 1990... a pre-kinesiology major.

Personal: Miles David is the son of Michelle Winter ... born January 4, 1988 ... a communications major.

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Brant Harris

R-Sophomore • G • 5-10 • 170 Gilbert, Ariz. Bismark Bobcats (NAHL) 2010-11 (R-Freshman Season): Appeared in seven games, starting two… Finished with a 1-3-0 record based on a 3.32 goals against average and a .886 save percentage… Started against Alabama-Huntsville (Nov. 27) and Holy Cross (Jan. 29)… Earned his only win of the season after coming on midway through the first period and blanking AIC in a 4-3 victory (Feb. 26)… Came on in relief in the AHA Semifinals and allowed just one goal in 44 minutes, making 16 saves.

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Freshman • F • 6-1 • 205 Estevan, Saskatchewan Melfort Mustangs (SJHL) 2010-11 (Freshman Season): Appeared in 35 games, tallying 22 points on eight goals and 14 assists… Notched his first collegiate point with an assist against Canisius (Nov. 5)… Tallied his first two collegiate goals against Mercyhurst (Jan. 8)… Recorded six multipoint games on the season… Registered a five-game point streak from Feb. 5 – Feb. 19 with three goals and four assists for seven points.

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 hock2009-10 (Freshman Season): Did not play as a freshman. ey program… Finished the season third on the team in scoring with 17 goals and 34 assists for 51 points in 51 games… TradBefore UConn: Played for the Bismarck Bobcats of the NAHL ed at the deadline as Melfort was looking for a scoring threat for the past two seasons finishing the 2008 season with fellow heading into the playoffs. Husky Alex Gerke … In 2008, he was among the top-five in goalie statistics, posting a 2.17 GAA and a .925 save percentage … Personal: Brant Shay is the son of Brad and Marilyn Harris… Spent just over 1,900 minutes between the pipes for the Bobcats born October 8, 1989... an exploratory major. recording 21 wins ... During the playoffs he posted an impressive 1.96 GAA and a .923 save percentage.

Personal: Matthew Thomas is the son of Bryan and Laurie Grogan… born July 7, 1998… a pre-kinesiology major.

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Cole Schneider

Freshman • F • 5-8 • 170 West Chester, Pa. Chicago Steel (USHL) 2010-11 (Freshman Season): Appeared in 33 games as a freshman… Ranked third on the team with 26 points on 11 goals and 15 assists… Scored his first college point with an assist at Bentley (Nov. 19)… Recorded five multipoint games… Scored his first collegiate goal at No. 17 RPI (Nov. 26)… Registered two goals, including the game-winning goal, and two assists in a four-point night at Niagara (Dec. 4)… Named AHA Rookie of the Month for December with two goals and six assists for eight points… Registered two four-game point streaks (Dec. 4 – Dec. 30, Feb. 18 – Feb. 26) and a five-game point streak (Jan. 14 – Jan. 28). 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.

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Freshman • F • 6-2 • 185 Williamsville, N.Y. Topeka RoadRunners (NAHL) 2010-11 (Freshman Season): Named to the AHA All-Rookie Team… Appeared in all 37 games… Led the team with 33 points on 13 goals and 20 assists… Set a new UConn Division I freshman scoring record… Set a new UConn Division I assist record… 20 assists led all UConn players… Ranked second in the AHA among rookie scorers… Finished the season with two powerplay goals and three game-winning goals… Tallied his first collegiate point with an assist at No. 7 Maine (Oct. 9)… Scored his first two collegiate goals at Army (Oct. 23)… Registered eight multipoint games… Named AHA Rookie and Player of the Week after notching four points with a hat trick and an assist against Niagara (Dec. 4)… Tallied three points with a goal and two assists against Sacred Heart (Dec. 10)… Tallied three assists against Mercyhurst (Jan. 7)… Had a five-game point streak from Feb. 5 – Feb. 19… Ended the season on a three-game point streak… Notched a goal and an assist in the AHA Semifinals against RIT (Mar. 18)… Named to the AHA All-Tournament Team.

Before UConn: Played for the Topeka RoadRunners of the North Personal: Billy P. is the son of Peter and Robin Latta… born July American Hockey League… Finished eleventh in the league in goals despite playing 25 games fewer than the league leaders… 16, 1990... an exploratory major. 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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Jordan Sims

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Freshman • F • 5-11 • 185 Fort Wayne, Ind. Langley Chiefs (BCHL) 2010-11 (Freshman Season): Appeared in 34 games during his first season in Storrs… Ranked tied for fourth on the team with 22 points on 10 goals and 12 assists… Led the team with a plus-11 on the plus/minus scale… Tallied three separate threegame point streaks… Recorded his first two collegiate goals at Union (Oct. 28) beginning with a short-handed tally… Recorded a three-game scoring streak from Dec. 3 – Dec. 10… Named AHA Rookie of the Week on Dec. 13 after registering two goals and an assist in a 9-3 victory at Sacred Heart (Dec. 10).

Joe Budnick

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Freshman • F • 5-8 • 160 Glastonbury, Conn. Springfield Pics (EJHL) Before UConn: Played for and captained the Springfield Pics of the Eastern Junior Hockey League… Led the team in scoring and power play points with 25 goals and 31 assists for 56 points in 44 games… The ninth overall leading scorer in the league and was selected to the EJHL All-Star Team. Personal: Joe E. is the son of Doug Bddnick and Denise Imbert… born April 22, 1991… an exploratory major.

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.

Paul 25 Cinquegrana Sophomore • F • 5-9 • 160 Scituate, R.I. Boston Jr. Bruins (EJHL) Before UConn: Attended the Kent School in Kent, Conn. prior to his time with the Boston Jr. Bruins of the Eastern Junior Hockey League… Recorded 45 points in two seasons at The Kent School… Attended Lasalle High School in Providence, R.I. Personal: Paul R. is the son of Bob and Jeanne Cinquegrana… Born May 31, 1991… an exploratory major.

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Tom Comunale

Freshman • G • 5-11 • 175 Mars, Pa. St. Louis Bandits (NAHL) Before UConn: Played for the St. Louis Bandits of the North American Hockey League along with fellow recruits Patrick Sheehan and Brad Smith… Finished the season with a record of 15-7-1 and six shutouts while leading all goaltenders in the NAHL with a 1.75 goals against average… Was named to the NAHL All-Rookie First Team… A four-year Honor Roll student at Seneca Valley High. Personal: Tom James is the son of Gary and Elaine Comunale… born February 8, 1991… an ACES major.

Trevor Gerling

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Freshman • F • 6-0 • 200 Seattle, Wash. Langley Chiefs (BCHL) Before UConn: Captain of the Langley Chiefs of the British Columbia Hockey League… Finished the season with 30 goals and 42 assists for 72 points in 59 games… Was 12th overall in BCHL scoring and was honored by the Chiefs as both the team’s Co-MVP and the Community Player of the Year. Personal: Trevor Andrew is the son of Galen and Kristi Gerling… born June 30, 1990… an exploratory major.

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Freshman • D • 6-3 • 200 Arlington, Texas Topeka RoadRunners (NAHL) Before UConn: Poe played for the 2011 President Cup Champion Topeka Roadrunners of the North American Hockey League…Recorded four goals and 26 assists for 30 points in 58 games… Finished the season with a plus-23 rating and a career plus-62 rating after three seasons with Topeka... Featured at the NAHL Top Prospects Showcase. Personal: Jacob Lee is the son of Jay and Patty Poe… born December 17, 1990… a business major.

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Freshman • G • 6-1 • 160 Marlton, N.J. The Gunnery (Division 1 Prep) Before UConn: Played for The Gunnery of the Division One New England Pre-School Hockey League… Led his team to a 20-12 record for the season… Had 568 saves for a .900 save percentage… Named Team MVP. Personal: Bobby Raymond is the son of Bob and Theresa Segin… born September 22, 1991… a business management major.


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Cody Sharib

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Freshman • F • 5-9 • 165 Trenton, Mich. St. Louis Bandits (NAHL)

Before UConn: Played for the Eastern Junior Hockey League Dineen Cup Champion New Hampshire Junior Monarchs… Recorded 21 goals and 29 assists for 50 points in 44 games… Honored as an EJHL All Star selection… Named the 2011 EJHL Championship Finals MVP… Led the New Hampton School to the Division II New England Prep School Championship in 2009.

Before UConn: Played for the St. Louis Bandits of the North American Hockey League along with classmates Tom Comunale and Patrick Sheehan… Finished the year with 18 goals and 31 assists for 49 points as well as a plus-15 rating… Recorded 88 career points in two seasons with St. Louis… Was featured at the NAHL Top Prospects Showcase…. An Honor Roll student at Ursuline High in Youngstown, Ohio.

Personal: Cody Martin is the son of Ed Sharib and Ellen Gross… born August 23, 1990… a biology major.

Personal: Brad Robert is the son of Rob and Jill Smith… born March 28, 1991… a business and pre-law major.

Patrick Sheehan

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Freshman • D • 5-10 • 182 St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Bandits (NAHL) Before UConn: Played for the St. Lois Bandits of the North American Hockey League along with classmates Brad Smith and Tom Comunale… Finished the season with six goals and 23 assists for 29 points in 48 games and was featured at the NAHL Top Prospects Showcase… Previously drafted by the Soo Greyhounds of the Ontario Hockey League… Has two brothers in Atlantic Hockey currently playing for Sacred Heart and Niagara. Personal: Patrick Michael is the son of Michael and Katherine Sheehan… born August 14, 1990… a business finance major.

Kevin Tuohy

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Freshman • D • 5-9 • 180 Salisbury Mills, N.Y. Langley Chiefs (BCHL) Before UConn: Played for the Langley Chiefs of the British Columbia Hockey League with classmate Trevor Gerling… Finished the year with three goals and 27 assists for 30 points in 55 games... Honored as the team’s Most Improved Player for the 2010-11 season. Personal: Kevin James is the son of Patrick and Deborah Tuohy… Born June 4, 1991… an exploratory major.

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Ryan Tyson

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Freshman • F • 5-9 • 180 Harleysville, Pa. New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs (EJHL) Before UConn: Played with fellow recruit Cody Sharib for the Eastern Junior Hockey League Dineen Cup Champion New Hampshire Junior Monarchs… Recorded 13 goals and 24 assists for 37 points in 42 games played…. Honored as an EJHL All Star selection for the season… Also played at Westminster Prep school prior to the Jr. Monarchs… Named captain and led Westminster Prep in scoring. Personal: Ryan C. Tyson is the son of Eric and Karen Tyson… born August 14, 1991… a business major.

Mapping Out The Huskies Arizona Matt Grogan

Missouri Patrick Sheehan

Connecticut Joe Budnick

New Jersey Bobby Segin

Canada British Columbia Marcello Ranallo Saskatchewan Brant Harris Ontario Evan Carriere

New York Rui Encarnaco Tom Janosz Cole Schneider Kevin Tuohy

Florida Brad Cooper Indiana Jordan Sims Illinois Garrett Bartus Maryland Corey Jendras Massachusetts Cody Sharib Michigan Daniel Naurato Brad Smith Minnesota Sean Ambrosie

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Tom Janosz #3

Alex Gerke #2

Chris Waterstradt #4

Jacob Poe #5

Joe Budnick #6

Jordan Sims #7

Rui Encarnacao #9

Dan Naurato #10

Miles Winter #11

Evan Carriere #13

Brad Smith #15

Ryan Tyson #17

Trevor Gerling #18

Corey Jendras #19

Marcello Ranallo #20

Sean Ambrosie #21

Patrick Sheehan #22

Brant Harris #23

Cole Schneider #24

Paul Cinquegrana #25

Kevin Tuohy #26

Cody Sharib #27

Brad Cooper #28

Tom Comunale #1 Head Coach Bruce Marshall

Garrett Bartus #29

Matt Grogan #30

Billy Latta #16

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Date Opponent Score Att. Record: Overall Home Away Neutral Oct 09 at #7 MAINE Tot 3-3 4149 ALL GAMES 15-18-4 9-4-2 6-12-2 0-2-0 Oct 16 at Merrimack L 1-7 2501 CONFERENCE 13-12-2 7-3-2 6-9-0 0-0-0 * Oct 23 at ARMY W 3-2 1444 NON-CONFERENCE 2-6-2 2-1-0 0-3-2 0-2-0 7 A l l Oct - A28 m e r at i c#13 a nUnion s •College 2 4 A l l - C o n fToet r e 3-3 n c e • 1149 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country * Nov 05 CANISIUS W 3-2 1317 The UConn hockey team had a resurgent gp g a pts sh sh% pen-min pp sh * Nov 06 men’s CANISIUS Tot 1-1 season 866 in ## Player 24 SCHNEIDER, Cole 37 13 20 33 117 .111 11-30 2 0 2010-11. * NovThe 12 Huskies at RIT took a 7-27-3 recordL in 2010 2-6 and turned 2100 * Nov 13 at RIT L 3-5 2100 15 AMBROSIE, Sean 37 10 18 28 95 . 1 0 5 11-22 3 1 it into a 15-18-4 mark in 2011. Connecticut doubled its win total * Nov 19 Bentley 2-3 234 16 LATTA, Billy 33 11 15 26 60 .183 11-22 3 0 from the previousat year and finished sixth inL the Atlantic Hockey * Nov 20 AIC W 5-4 653 33 OLSON, Andrew 37 14 8 22 116 .121 9-18 3 0 Association standings in conference Nov 26final at Rensselaer with a 13-12-2 record L 5-6 2403 7 SIMS, Jordan 34 10 12 22 59 .169 10-28 0 1 action. Nov The27winning ways throughout the season led Connectivs Alabama-Huntsville L 2-6 0 23 HARRIS, Brant 35 8 14 22 56 .143 10-20 4 0 03 at Niagara t 3-4 1215 cut to* a Dec first-round bye inUniversity the AHA playoffs.LoThe Huskies even- 11 WINTER, Miles 36 4 16 20 53 .075 10-28 1 0 * Dec 04 at Niagara University W 8-5 1050 tually *hosted Mercyhurst in the AHA Quarterfinals at Freitas Ice 20 RANALLO, Marcello 35 7 10 17 54 .130 14-44 2 0 Dec 10 at Sacred Heart W 9-3 391 Forum. * Dec 29 HOLY CROSS W 2-1 1327 17 ENCARNACAO, Rui 31 4 12 16 59 .068 10-28 1 0 Dec 30 PRINCETON L 1-4 727 21 KRISPEL, Jason 31 4 11 15 35 .114 7-14 1 0 * Jan 07 game MERCYHURST W 3-1 from Corey 676 UConn took one, 5-2, behind a hat trick 9 HERNANDEZ, Justin 30 3 8 11 56 .054 8-16 0 0 * Jan 08 MERCYHURST 679 19 JENDRAS, Corey 20 8 2 10 30 .267 2-4 0 0 Jendras. The Huskies needed overtime toLL wrap4-9 up the threeJan 11 at Dartmouth 1-5 1610 26 BERGIN, Stevie 34 3 7 10 30 . 1 0 0 6-12 1 1 game* series in game two and won in dramatic fashion with a Jan 14 at Robert Morris L 1-3 979 36 4 5 9 58 .069 11-22 4 0 blast *from Tom Janosz from the blue line. L Janosz one 2 GERKE, Alex Jan 15 at Robert Morris 2-4 scored416 31 1 6 7 36 .028 13-37 0 0 * Jan 21 AIR FORCE L sending 1-2 UConn 1085 to 27 SAPIEHA, Jeff goal as a sophomore and he made it count, * Jan 22 AIR FORCE Tot 5-5 891 28 COOPER, Brad 33 0 7 7 27 . 0 0 0 8-16 0 0 the AHA Semifinals for the first time since L2007.2-4The Huskies * Jan 28 at Holy Cross 873 14 GALLAGHER, James 8 2 4 6 15 .133 0-0 0 0 would* eventually No. 1 seed RIT, 4-2, but0-4 the seeds Jan 29 atfall Holyto Cross L 914for 10 NAURATO, Daniel 12 2 4 6 13 .154 3-6 0 0 future* success were planted with the 2010-11 squad. Feb 04 at ARMY W 4-2 2119 4 WATERSTRADT, Chris 25 2 4 6 30 .067 7-14 1 0 * Feb 05 ARMY L 3-5 891 22 REAGAN, Brian 15 2 3 5 14 .143 5-10 1 0 * Feb 11 at Sacred Heart W 4-2 401 Connecticut’s seniors ended their careers with their names 3 JANOSZ, Tom 14 1 3 4 13 . 0 7 7 8-16 0 0 * Feb 13 SACRED HEART W 3-1 1911 draped throughout the record book. A durable 8 MILLER, Matt 30 1 1 2 30 .033 11-30 0 0 * Feb 18 at Bentley L 2-4and talented 245 group,* five finished their careers Whaving over 29 BARTUS, Garrett Feb 19players BENTLEY 6-4played 822 35 0 2 2 0 .000 0-0 0 0 * Feb 25in the AICUConn blue and white.W Andre 2-1 Olson set 945 a 5 SCOTT, Grant 12 0 2 2 12 .000 12-51 0 0 130 games * Feb 26 at AIC W 4-3 216 18 SPICER, Chris 8 0 1 1 9 .000 1-2 0 0 new UConn record with 147 games played, he was followed Mar 11 MERCYHURST W 5-2 150 3 0 0 0 0 .000 3-6 0 0 shortly down all-time list by Jason Krispel (135), Jeff157Sa- 13 CARRIERE, Evan Mar 12 theMERCYHURST Wot 4-3 12 REINERS, Bobby 9 0 0 0 3 . 0 0 0 3-6 0 0 pieha (135), Hernandez (131) and Stevie Bergin (131). Mar 18 Justin vs RIT L 2-4 2230 TM TEAM 20 0 0 0 0 .000 5-10 0 0 Chris Spicer finished his career with 57 games played. Total 37 114 195 309 1080 .106 209-512 27 3 TEAM STATISTICS UCONN OPP SHOT STATISTICS Opponents 37 133 217 350 1348 .099 184-472 34 8 Olson Goals-Shot ended his time in Storrs as the 114-1080 sixth-leading 133-1348 scorer in attempts UConnShot Division I program history with 86 .points. Olson pct. 106 .099just ## Goalie gp min ga gaavg saves save% w-l-t Goals/Gam e 3.1 3.6 35 BEHLING, Rob 1 24:01 1 2.50 21 .955 0-0-0 Sh o t s / G a m e 29.2 36.4 30 GROGAN, Matt 7 253:22 14 3.32 109 .886 1-3-0 POWER PLAYS 29 BARTUS, Garrett 35 1966:13 113 3.45 1085 .906 14-15-4 Goals-Power Plays 27-152 34-181 TM EMPTY NET 20 12:27 5 0 .000 0-0-0 Conversion Percent .178 .188 Shot Attempts 207 296 Total 37 2256:03 133 3.54 1215 .901 15-18-4 Shot Percent .130 .115 Opponents 37 2256:03 114 3.03 966 .894 18-15-4 GOAL BREAKDOWN Power Play 27 34 missed out on the 50 goal mark and ended his career UCONN Opponentwith 49 Attendance Summary Short-handed 3 8 Total 13097 26509 tallies to rank second all time, falling short of the 62 career Empty net 4 5 Dates/Avg PerMatt Date Scherer from 2003-07. 15/873Krispel also 20/1325 goals by found his Penalty 0 0 Neutral 2/1115 Unassisted 5 10 placeSite in#/Avg the all-time assist category, finishing fifth all-time at Overtime 1 1 UConn in Division 1 play with 55 helpers to his name in four Sh o o t o u t 0 0 1st 2nd 3rd OT Total Goals by Period seasons. Delayed Penalty 0 0 Connecticut 28 44 41 1 114 PENALTIES Opponents 36 48 48 1 133 Num ber 209 184 The Huskies had some memorable moments throughout the Minutes 512 472 season. While the victories in the 1st 2nd 3rdAHA OTplayoffs Total may define the Saves by Period Pe n a l t i e s / G a m e 5.6 5.0 season, a pair of ties at the start of the campaign proved just Connecticut 401 395 394 25 1215 Pen minutes/Game 13.8 12.8 as impressive. Connecticut the season at perennial FACEOFFS (W-L) 1333-1285 1285-1333 Opponents 323 320opened 307 16 966 Faceoff W-L Pct. .509 .491 power and then-No.7 Maine in a hostile environment in Orono, SHOOTOUTS (Made-Att) 0-0 0-0 Maine. The Huskies pulled off the surprising 3-3 tie in front of

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Three weeks later, Connecticut pulled off another “upset” with a 3-3 tie at No. 13 Union. The Huskies came back from three goals down early in the second period. Freshman Jordan Sims tallied two goals in the second period and Garrett Bartus stopped 38 shots to earn the tie. Connecticut was able to get back to program roots with the memorable outdoor game at Rentschler Field in East Hartford,


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#21 Jason Krispel Conn. hosted by the Connecticut Whale against Sacred Heart on February 13. The program hosted a family skating session and a spirited alumni game before the current Huskies took it to Sacred Heart, 3-1. Freshman Cole Schneider was the story for UConn, tallying two goals, including the game-winning strike in the third period. Schneider was the story on offense for much of the season, setting new UConn freshman scoring records with 20 assists and 33 points. He went on to be named All-Rookie by the coaches in the Atlantic Hockey Association. The rookie class was sensational for Coach Marshall. The freshmen tallied 121 points for 3.27 points per game. That total ranked third in the NCAA. Schneider’s 33 points led the way, followed by Billy Latta (26), Jordan Sims (22), Brant Harris (22) and Rui Encarnacao (16). Following the season, the Huskies hosted the annual end-of-year banquet and announced that Sean Ambrosie would captain the squad, assisted by Corey Jendras and Marcello Ranallo. Bartus was named Team MVP after recording a .906 save percentage. Sapieha was presented with the Silver Bowl Award while Harris was honored with the Coach John Chapman Award. Bergin was named the winner of the Seventh Player Award for his dedication to the program. Schneider was given the Thomas Jacquard Award presented to the freshman who most demonstrated the characteristics and spirit that the late UConn player had. The Huskies fell short in the playoffs but generated tremendous optimism for the upcoming season. After doubling the offensive output from 2009-10, UConn will be a major threat to the rest of the AHA for years to come.

JANUARY 7 Fri. MERCYHURST* 8 Sat. MERCYHURST* 11 Tues. at Dartmouth 14 Fri. at Robert Morris* 15 Sat. at Robert Morris* 21 Fri. AIR FORCE* 22 Sat. AIR FORCE* 28 Fri. at Holy Cross* 29 Sat. at Holy Cross*

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2010-11 ATLANTIC HOCKEY STANDINGS

Conference Overall Pts. GP Record Win% GF GA GP Record Win % GF GA RIT 37 27 15- 5- 7 .685 95 64 38 19-11- 8 .605 128 99 Air Force 34 27 14- 7- 6 .630 106 85 38 20-12- 6 .605 137 115 Holy Cross 33 27 14- 8- 5 .611 97 73 38 17-16- 5 .513 128 118 Niagara 32 27 15-10- 2 .593 99 92 35 18-13- 4 .571 124 120 Robert Morris 31 27 13- 9- 5 .574 89 72 35 18-12- 5 .586 107 97 Connecticut 28 27 13-12- 2 .519 87 90 37 15-18- 4 .459 114 133 Mercyhurst 26 27 12-13- 2 .481 98 80 37 15-18- 4 .459 131 112 Canisius 25 27 10-12- 5 .463 76 83 38 13-19- 6 .421 110 135 Army 24 27 10-13- 4 .444 69 84 35 11-20- 4 .371 86 115 Bentley 23 27 9-13- 5 .426 70 88 34 10-18- 6 .382 86 117 Sacred Heart 16 27 5-16- 6 .296 75 112 37 6-25- 6 .243 95 173 American Int’l 15 27 7-19- 1 .278 75 113 33 8-24- 1 .258 85 140

2010-11 ATLANTIC HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP First Round (March 5) #11 Sacred Heart 6, at #10 Bentley 3 #12 American Int’l 6, at #9 Army 3 #7 Mercyhurst 5, at #5 Robert Morris 1 #8 Canisius 6, at #4 Niagara 3 Quarterfinals (March 11-13) #6 Connecticut vs. #7 Mercyhurst (UC, 2-0) #3 Holy Cross vs. #8 Cansius (HC, 2-1) #2 Air Force vs. #11 Sacred Heart (AF, 2-0) #1 RIT vs. #12 American Int’l (RIT, 2-0) Semifinals (March 18) #1 RIT 4, #6 Connecticut 2 #2 Air Force 3, #3 Holy Cross 2 Final (March 19) #2 Air Force 1, #1 RIT 0

Player of the Week

Rookie of the Week

Goaltender of the Week

Dec. 6 Cole Schneider Dec. 6 Cole Schneider Oct. 12 Garrett Bartus Nov. 8 Garrett Bartus Dec. 13 Andrew Olson Dec. 13 Jordan Sims Feb. 7 Billy Latta

2010-11 REGULAR SEASON AWARDS PLAYER OF THE YEAR Paul Zanette - Niagara

REGULAR SEASON GOALTENDING Shane Madolora - RIT

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Taylor Holstrom - Mercyhurst

REGULAR SEASON SCORING TROPHY Paul Zanette - Niagara

COACH OF THE YEAR (Sponsored By Nike-Bauer) Paul Pearl - Holy Cross

INDIVIDUAL SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD Furman South - Robert Morris

TEAM SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD Air Force Ron Linsmayer - Holy Cross REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS BEST DEFENSEMAN Rochester Institute of Technology (Sponsored By Andover Tape) Denny Urban - Robert Morris

2010-11 ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS FIRST TEAM Forwards Paul Zanette,Niagara Bryan Haczyk, Niagara Nathan Longpre, Robert Morris Defensemen Tim Kirby, Robert Morris Dan Ringwald, Air Force Goaltender Shane Madolora, RIT

SECOND TEAM Forwards Jacques Lamoureux, Air Force Cory Conacher, Canisius Tyler Brenner, RIT Defensemen Marcel Alvarez, Army Chris Saracino, RIT Goaltender Ryan Zapolski, Mercyhurst

2010-11 ALL-ROOKIE TEAM

Forwards Cory Schneider, Connecticut Taylor Holstrom, Mercyhurst Ryan Rashid, Niagara

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2011-12 UConn men’s Hockey

Defensemen Adam McKenzie, Air Force Jeffrey Reppucci, Holy Cross Goaltender Jason Torf, Air Force

2010-11 ATLANTIC HOCKEY FINAL STATISTICS (AHA GAMES) 2010-11 SCORING LEADERS

Player Cl. 1. Paul Zanette, Niagara SR 2. Bryan Haczyk, Niagara SR 3. Jacques Lamoureux, Air Force SR 4. Nathan Longpre, Robert Morris SR 5. Denny Urban, Robert Morris SR 6. Derrick Burnett, Air Force SR 7. Andrew Favot, RIT SR 8. Cory Conacher, Canisius SR 9. Scott Pitt, Mercyhurst SR 10 . Tyler Brenner, RIT JR 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

G 21 25 18 12 5 8 9 18 14 18

A 22 13 18 23 27 23 22 12 16 11

2010-11 GOALTENDING LEADERS

Player Cl. Shane Madolora, RIT SO Ryan Zapolski, Mercyhurst SR Ryan Leets, Army SO Brooks Ostergard, Robert Morris JR Adam Roy, Holy Cross SR

GA 44 69 30 50 33

Pts. 43 38 36 35 32 31 31 30 30 29 Svs. 630 826 354 573 376

PPG 1.59 1.41 1.33 1.35 1.19 1.24 1.19 1.11 1.11 1.12

Sv% .935 .923 .922 .920 .919

2010-11 TEAM STATISTICAL LEADERS

Offense (Goal/Goals Per Game) 1. Air Force............................................................................ 137/3.61 2. Niagara.............................................................................. 124/3.54 3. Mercyhurst......................................................................... 131/3.54 4. Holy Cross......................................................................... 128/3.37 5. RIT..................................................................................... 128/3.37 6. Connecticut........................................................................ 114/3.08 7. Robert Morris..................................................................... 107/3.06 8. Canisius............................................................................. 110/2.89 9. American Int’l....................................................................... 85/2.58 10. Sacred Heart....................................................................... 95/2.57 Defense (Goals Against/Goals Against Per Game) 1. RIT....................................................................................... 99/2.61 2. Robert Morris....................................................................... 97/2.77 3. Air Force............................................................................ 115/3.03 4. Mercyhurst......................................................................... 112/3.03 5. Holy Cross..........................................................................118/3.11 6. Army.................................................................................. 115/3.29 7. Niagara.............................................................................. 120/3.43 8. Bentley.............................................................................. 117/3.44 9. Canisius............................................................................. 135/3.55 10. Connecticut........................................................................ 133/3.59 Power Play Totals 1. Holy Cross 39/162 2. Air Force 43/179 3. Niagara 38/170 4. RIT 36/190 5. Mercyhurst 32/175 6. Army 31/173 7. American Int’l 23/130 8. Connecticut 27/157 9. Robert Morris 24/151 10. Canisius 30/190 Penalty Kill Totals 1. Army 143/164 2. Robert Morris 132/157 3. RIT 178/213 4. Bentley 147/177 5. Mercyhurst 131/160 6. Niagara 133/163 7. Connecticut 147/181 8. Holy Cross 128/160 9. Canisius 143/180 10. Air Force 101/131

SHGA PP% 2 24.1 4 24.0 5 22.4 8 18.9 5 18.3 4 17.9 6 17.7 8 17.2 2 15.9 7 15.8

SHG 6 3 7 4 6 8 3 4 6 5

PK% 87.2 84.1 83.6 83.1 81.9 81.6 81.2 80.0 79.4 77.1


University of UCONN Connecticut vs. Atlantic hockey 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country Regular Season: 3-16-4 Home: 2-5-3 Regular Season: 45-37-8 Home: 22-14-1 AIR FORCE AIC Postseason: Never Met Away: 1-11-1 Postseason: Never Met Away: 18-21-6 3-16-4 45-37-8 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 93-94

84-85 89-90 90-91 91-92 93-94 95-96 98-99 99-00 00-01

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 21-27-7

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

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

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 6-5

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

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

CANISIUS 17-24-6

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

W L W W L W W T W W L T L L W 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 4-1

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

MERCYHURST 12-29-2 91-92 96-97 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03

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

W L L W W W L L L L L L L T 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 4-4 OT 3-1

03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08

SACRED HEART 24-23-3 94-95 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03

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

W W T L W W L W W W W T L W W L 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 6-3

03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07

H H H A A H H A

W L W L W T L L

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

09-10 10-11

Regular Season: 21-26-7 Postseason: 0-1-0 A A H A A H H A A H H H A H A A H H A

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

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 3-0 5-4

06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11

Regular Season: 17-23-6 Postseason: 0-1-0 A A* H A H A A A H H A A H A A H

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

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 4-3 5-0

06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11

A H H A A H H

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

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

08-09 09-10 10-11

Regular Season: 21-20-3 Postseason: 3-3-0 H H A H A N H A H A H A H A* H A A

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

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 3-2 2-1

07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11

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

Home: 11-11-1 Away: 9-15-6

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

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

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 3-2 4-2 5-3

Home: 10-12-2 Away: 5-11-4 H H H A A A A H H A A H H H H

Regular Season: 7-27-2 Postseason: 4-2-0 A H H H A A A* A A H H A A H* H

L T L L T L T

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

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 3-2 1-1

OT

OT OT OT OT

OT

Home: 8-14-1 Away: 3-17-1 H A A H H A A H H H H H* H*

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

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

Home: 15-7-1 Away: 9-14-2 H A H H A A* A* A* A A A* H H A A H

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

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 9-3 4-2 3-1

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

99-00 00-01 01-02 03-04 04-05

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 A

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

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 L

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

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 10-7

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 01-02

BENTLEY 22-15-3 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 5-3

05-06 06-07 07-08

HOLY CROSS 48-47-2 65-66 66-67 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 H

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 W

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 4-2

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 01-02

RIT 6-17-1 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 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

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 A A

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 W W

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 5-2 5-2

OT

OT OT OT

02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11

Regular Season: 21-15-3 Postseason: 1-0-0 A H H A A H A H H A H A A H

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

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 6-0 4-3 OT

08-09 09-10 10-11

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

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 W L

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 3-2 4-1

02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-04 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11

Regular Season: 6-14-1 Postseason: 0-3-0 07-08 08-09 09-10

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 H H A

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

10-11

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 W W W

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 5-4 2-1 4-3

OT

OT

OT OT

Home: 12-6-1 Away: 10-9-2 A H H A A H H A A* A A H

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

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

Home: 22-19-0 Away: 22-25-2 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 H A A

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 W L L

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 2-1 4-2 4-1

Home: 4-3-1 Away: 1-13-0 A L 7-0 H L 4-1 H W 2-1 A* L 4-3 OT A* L 4-1 A L 6-2 A L 5-3 N L 4-2

2011-12 UConn men’s Hockey

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University of Connecticut 2011-12 opponents 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country AIR FORCE

BOWLING GREEN

Oct. 7/8 - BGSU Ice Arena Bowling Green, Ohio - 7:05 p.m.

Novemeber 25/26 - Cadet Ice Arena USAFA, Colo. - 9:05 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: 234-239-43/14 yrs Overall Record/Years: 283-331-52/18 yrs 2009-10 Record: 20-12-6 Conference Record/Finish: 14-7-6/2nd Letterwinners Ret/L: 18/8

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

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Bowling Green, Ohio Nickname: Falcons Conference: CCHA Home Ice: BGSU Ice Arena (5,000) TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Chris Bergeron Record at School/Years: 10-27-4/1 Overall Record/Years: Same 2010-11 Record: 10-27-4 Conference Record/Finish: 3-21-4/11th Letterwinners Ret/L: 17/8

AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL Nov. 12/Feb. 24 - Olympia Ice Center Feb. 25 - Freitas Ice Forum 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) TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Gary Wright Record at School/Years: 264-466-55/27 Overall Record/Years: Same 2010-11 Record: 5-28-2 Conference Record/Finish: 5-22-1/10th Letterwinners Ret/L: 18/8

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: West Point, N.Y. Nickname: Black Knights Conference: Atlantic Hockey Home Ice: Tate Rink (2,648) TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Brian Riley Record at School/Years: 93-122-36/7 Overall Record/Years: Same 2010-11 Record: 10-20-4 Conference Record/Finish: 10-13-4/9th

Feb. 18 - Ryan Skating Arena Waltham, Mass. - 7:05 p.m.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Waltham, Mass. Nickname: Falcons Conference: Atlantic Hockey Home Ice: Ryan Skating Arena (1,200)

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

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Ryan Soderquist Record at School/Years: 109-172-34/9 Overall Record/Years: Same 2010-11 Record: 10-18-6 Conference Record/Finish: 9-13-5/10th Letterwinners Ret/L:19/7

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Princeton, N.J. Nickname: Tigers Conference: ECAC, Ivy League Home Ice: Baker RInk TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Bob Prier Record at School/Years: 1st Year Overall Record/Years: Same 2010-11 Record: 17-13-2 Conference Record/Finish: 11-9-2/5th

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Dave Smith Record at School/Years: 75-106-28 Overall Record/Years: Same 2010-11 Record: 10-12-5 Conference Record/Finish: 13-19-6/8th Letterwinners Ret/L:14/13

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Press Box Phone: Hockey Office Phone: Website: www.goprincetontingers.com

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Wayne Wilson Record at School/Years: 216-103-25/12 Overall Record/Years: Same 2009-10 Record: 19-11-8 Conference Record/Finish: 15-5-7/1st Letterwinners Ret/L: 19/7

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

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

ROBERT MORRIS

MERRIMACK

Oct. 22 - 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: 74-146-28/7 Overall Record/Years: 71-118-23/6 2010-11 Record: 25-10-4 Conference Record/Finish: 17-8-3/6th MEDIA INFORMATION

2011-12 UConn men’s Hockey

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: Jim Duzyk Office Phone: (412) 397-4910 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: 83-114-32/7 Overall Record/Years: Same 2010-11 Record: 18-12-5 Conference Record/Finish: 13-9-5/5th Letterwinners Ret/L:20/5

RPI Dec. 30 - Freitas Ice Forum Storrs, Conn. - 7:00 p.m.

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Seth Appert Record at School/Years: 69-98-23/6 Overall Record/Years: Same 2010-11 Record: 20-13-5 Conference Record/Finish: 11-9-2/T4th Letterwinners Ret/L: 18/8

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

Feb. 11 - Harbor Yards Nov. 16/Feb. 10 - Freitas Ice Forum Bridgeport, Conn. - 4:30 p.m. Storrs, Conn. - 7:05 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: 27-39-10/3 Overall Record/Years: Same 2010-11 Record: 6-25-6 Conference Record/Finish: 5-16-6/11th Letterwinners Ret./L: 17/5

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: New Haven, Conn. Nickname: Bulldogs Conference: ECAC, Ivy Legue Home Ice: Ingall Rink TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Bob Gaudett Record at School/Years: 100-56-13/5 Overall Record/Years: Same 2010-11 Record: 28-7-1 Conference Record/Finish: 17-4-1/2nd Letterwinners Ret/L: 13/9

MEDIA INFORMATION Hockey Contact: Steve Conn Office Phone: n/a E-mail: steve.conn@yale.edu Press Box Phone: (203) 432-0778 Hockey Office Phone: (203) 432-0876 or 432-2489 Website:

www.yalebulldogs.com

Mar. 16 - Semifinals, Mar. 17 - Finals Rochester, N.Y. - Blue Cross Arena - TBA

2011 Atlantic Hockey Tournament First Round - Sat., March 2 at Campus Site, 7:05 p.m. #12 seed at #6 seed #11 seed at #7 seed #10 seed at #8 seed #7 seed at #6 seed

Quarterfinals - Fri., March 9 - Sun., March 11 at Campus Sites, 7:05 p.m. Best two-out-of-three series Teams will be reseeded with lowest remaining seed at No. 1 seed

Jan. 20/21 - Freitas Ice Forum Storrs, Conn. - 7:05 p.m.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Troy, N.Y. Nickname: Engineers Conference: ECAC Home Ice: Houston Field House (4,800)

YALE Nov. 19 - Ingalls Rink New Haven, Conn. - 7:00 p.m.

ATLANTIC HOCKEY TOURNAMENT

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)

MERCYHURST

CANISIUS

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) 888-8466 Website: www.GoGriffs.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Hockey Contact: Office Phone: Cell Phone: Office Fax: E-mail:

Nov. 4/5 - Mercyhurst Ice Center Erie, Pa. - 7:05 p.m.

Jan. 14/15 - Buffalo State Sports Arena Buffalo, N.Y. - 7:05 p.m./ 4:05 p.m.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Buffalo, N.Y. Nickname: Golden Griffins Conference: Atlantic Hockey Home Ice: Buffalo State Sports Arena (1,800)

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

Jan. 31 - Baker Rink Princeton, N. J. - 7:05 p.m.

BENTLEY Dec. 9/Feb. 17 - Freitas Ice Forum Storrs, Conn. - 7:05 p.m.

RIT Dec. 2/3 - Freitas Ice Forum Storrs, Conn. - 7:05 p.m.

PRINCETON

MEDIA INFORMATION 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

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Dave Burkholder Record at School/Years: 174-154-36/10 Overall Record/Years: Same 2010-11 Record: 18-13-4 Conference Record/Finish: 15-10-2/4th Letterwinners Ret/L: 20/9

HOLY CROSS

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Paul Pearl Record at School/Years: 243-242-59/16 Overall Record/Years: Same 2010-11 Record: 17-16-5 Conference Record/Finish: 14-8-5/3rd Letterwinners Ret/L: 22/6

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

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: Niagara Univ., N.Y. Nickname: Purple Eagles Conference: Atlantic Hockey Home Ice: Dwyer Arena (2100)

Oct. 27/Jan. 27 - Freitas Ice Forum Jan. 28 - Hart Center Storrs, Conn. - 7:05 p.m. Worcester, Mass. - 7:05 p.m. GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Worcester, Mass. Nickname: Crusaders Conference: Atlantic Hockey Home Ice: Hart Center (1,600)

ARMY Oct. 14 - Tate Rink West Point, N.Y. - 7:05 p.m.

MEDIA INFORMATION Hockey Contact: John Enright Office Phone: (419) 372-7105 Cell Phone: (302) 584-1095 Office Fax: (419) 372-6060 E-mail: jenrigh@bgsu.edu Press Box Phone: (419) 372-1236 Hockey Office Phone: (419) 372-7239 Website: www.bgsufalcons.com

NIAGARA

Jan. 6/7 - Freitas Ice Forum Storrs, Conn. - 7:05 p.m.

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 16 at Blue Cross Arena - Rochester, N.Y. Semifinal #1, 4:05 pm Semifinal #2, 7:35 pm Championship - Sat., March 17 at Blue Cross Arena - Rochester, N.Y. 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 • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country 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.

2011-12 TICKET INFORMATION 2011-12 Season- 16 Home Games Season Tickets (Reserved) Adults...............................................$80 Youths..............................................$40 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 • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country

UConn Hockey Records (1960-present) Returnees in Bold CAREER RECORDS (RECORDS AT DIVISION I LEVEL SHADED GRAY) Player 1. Bryan Krygier 2. Todd Krygier 3. Ryan Equale 4. Brian Sutherland 5. Jeff Ray 6. Bryan Quinn 7. D.J. LeBlanc Harry Geary 9. Dave L’Ecuyer 10. Mark Kosinski 11. Mike Krygier 12. Ken Hunt 13. Tom Dyroff 14. Frank Capizzo 15. Russ Hintz 16. Bob Breig 17. Brian Hitchings 18. Tom Dockrell Michael Goldkind 20. Cole Koidahl 21. Matt Scherer 22. Mike Anthony 23. Gregg Hutchings 24. Steve Balaban 25. Tim Olsen Michael Goldkins 1. 2. 3. 5. 6 7. 8. 10. 11.

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 Cole Koidahl Matt Scherer Michael Goldkind Tim Olsen Ron D’Angelo Andrew Olson Chris Uber Kurt Kamienski Ciro Longobardi Sean Erickson Anders Johnson

Player 1. Todd Krygier 2. Bryan Krygier 3. Ryan Equale 4. Jeff Ray 5. Tom Dyroff 6. Harry Geary 7. D.J. LeBlanc 8. Dave L’Ecuyer Russ Hintz 10. Bryan Quinn 11. Matt Scherer 12. Brian Sutherland 13. Mark Kosinski 14. Tom Dockrell 15. Frank Capizzo 16. Bob Breig

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POINTS

Years 2003-07 2003-07 1998-01 2002-05 1999-03 2007-11 2002-06 1999-03 1998-01 2005-09 1998-02

G A 92 127 99 101 79 109 61 92 78 73 64 85 68 80 70 78 66 79 59 77 52 81 47 80 71 52 56 62 66 51 55 59 48 65 58 54 35 77 41 66 62 43 49 55 50 52 37 64 42 58 31 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 49 26 32 38 14 33

Pts 107 105 100 100 89 86 85 84 84 74 69

A 66 43 69 58 43 37 59 52 46 60 36

GOALS

Years Goals 1984-88 99 1988-92 92 1992-96 79 1988-92 78 1973-77 71 1984-87 70 1990-94 68 1979-83 66 1963-66 66 1991-95 64 2003-07 62 1990-94 61 1982-86 59 1971-74 58 1964-68 56 1972-75 55

GOALS (D1)

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

Player Matt Scherer Andrew Olson Ron D’Angelo Tim Olsen Cole Koidahl Ciro Longobardi Chris Myrho Anders Johnson Kurt Kamienski Michael Goldkind

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player Bryan Krygier Ryan Equale Todd Krygier Brian Sutherland Bryan Quinn

Year Goals 2003-07 62 2007-11 49 1999-02 46 2002-05 42 2003-07 41 1997-01 38 2005-08 36 1998-02 33 1999-03 32 1997-01 31

ASSISTS

Years Assists 1988-92 127 1992-96 109 1984-88 101 1990-94 92 1991-95 85

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6. Mike Krygier 7. D. J. LeBlanc Ken Hunt 9. Dave L’Ecuyer 10. Harry Geary 11. Michael Goldkind Mark Kosinski 13. Jeff Ray 14. Chris Potter 15. Cole Koidahl 16. Brian Hitchings 17. Steve Balaban 18. Phil Scarinci 19. Frank Capizzo

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)

Player 1. Michael Goldkind 2. Cole Koidahl 3. Sean Erickson 4. Chris Uber 5. Jason Krispel 6. Kurt Kamienski 7. Ciro Longobardi 8. Ron D’Angelo Matt Scherer 10. Trevor Stewart 11. Mike Boylan 12. Eric Nelson 13. Matt Herhal

Years Assists 1997-01 69 2003-07 66 2005-09 60 2002-06 59 2007-11 55 1999-03 52 1997-01 46 1999-03 43 2003-07 43 2003-07 42 1998-02 41 2000-04 40 1998-02 38

GAMES PLAYED

Player 1. Andrew Olson Michael Coppola 3. Adam Rhein 4. Nick Schneider Matt Scherer 6. Mike Boylan 7. Eric Nelson 8. Jason Krispel Jeff Sapieha 10. B.J. Crum Chris Uber 12. Anders Johnson Cole Koidahl Justin Hernandez Steve Bergin 16. Trevor Stewart 17. Brian Burns 18. Mike Anderson 19. Ciro Longobardi 20. Michael Goldkind 21. Matt Herhal 22. Sean Erickson 23. Andy Huggett Kurt Kamienski 25. Charles Solberg 26. Scott Brown Kevin Connell 28. Marc Busenburg Charles Ridolf 30. Eric St. Arnauld Ron D’Angelo Matthew Jarret 33. Michael Narotski 34. Matt Miller 35. Geoff Angell 36. Marcello Ranallo Dan Sheehan 38. Chris Potter Peter Friedman David Cornett 41. Bryan Krygier 42. Bryan Quinn Brian Sutherland 44. Ryan Equale Rich Brande 46. Jon Dunmar Matt Hendison David Bliss Mark Kosinski 1. 2. 3.

Years Games 2007-11 147 2006-10 140 2001-05 139 2005-08 138 2003-07 138 1998-02 137 2000-04 136 2007-11 135 2007-11 135 2003-07 133 2002-06 133 1998-02 131 2003-07 131 2007-11 131 2007-11 131 2003-07 129 2003-07 128 1997-01 127 1997-01 126 1997-01 125 1998-02 124 2005-08 121 1996-00 120 1999-03 120 2004-08 119 1999-03 118 1996-00 118 1996-00 117 1998-02 117 2002-07 115 1999-03 114 1996-00 114 1996-00 113 2007-11 111 1995-99 110 2008-Present 109 1995-99 109 1989-93 108 1983-87 108 1991-95 108 1988-92 107 1991-95 106 1990-94 106 1992-96 105 1988-92 105 1992-96 104 1985-89 104 1991-95 104 1982-86 104

GAMES PLAYED (D1)

Player Andrew Olson Michael Coppola Adam Rhein

Years 2007-11 2006-10 2001-05

GP 147 140 139

4. Nick Schneider Matt Scherer 6. Mike Boylan 7. Eric Nelson 8. Jason Krispel Jeff Sapieha 10. Chris Uber B.J. Crum 12. Anders Johnson Cole Koidahl Justin Hernandez Jason Krispel 16. Trevor Stewart 17. Brian Burns 18. Matt Herhal 19. Sean Erickson 20. Kurt Kamienski 21. Charles Solberg Scott Brown 23. Charles Ridolf

2005-09 2003-07 1998-02 2000-04 2007-11 2007-11 2002-06 2003-07 1998-02 2003-07 2007-11 2007-11 2003-07 2003-07 1998-02 2005-09 1999-03 2004-08 1999-03 1998-02

HAT TRICKS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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

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

1. 2. 3.

Player Tim Olsen Kurt Kamienski Michael Coppola Corey Jendras Andrew Olson Cole Schneider

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

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

HAT TRICKS (D1)

Years 2002-05 1999-03 2006-10 2008-Present 2007-11 2010-Present

138 138 137 136 135 135 133 133 131 131 131 131 129 128 124 121 120 119 118 117 HT 7 7 6 6 4 HT 3 2 1 1 1 1

PENALTY MINUTES (D1)

Years Pen./Min. 1998-02 116/251 2003-07 86/202 2003-07 92/192 2006-10 81/189 2007-11 76/184 2003-07 82/183 2001-05 71/182 1998-02 58/148 2005-09 73/146 2003-06 54/146 2007-11 68/144 2005-09 65/141 2001-05 51/134 1998-02 57/128 2007-11 62/124 2007-11 45/117

SINGLE SEASON RECORDS

(RECORDS AT DIVISION 1 LEVEL SHADED GRAY) Player 1. Bryan Krygier 2. Todd Krygier 3. Mike Krygier 4. Ryan Equale 5. Jeff Ray 6. Harry Geary 7. Bryan Krygier Todd Krygier 9. Harry Geary Ryan Equale Bryan Quinn 12. Brian Hitchings 13. Todd Krygier 14. D.J. LeBlanc Ken Hunt Bryan Krygier 17. Tim Brown Mark Kosinski Russ Hintz 1. 2. 3.

POINTS 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

POINTS (D1)

Player Year Michael Goldkind 1999-00 Tim Olsen 2003-04 Matt Scherer 2006-07

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

A 27 21 14

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University of uconn Connecticut Hockey record book 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country 4. Cole Koidahl 5. Ron D’Angelo Cole Koidahl Michael Goldkind Geoff Angell Cole Schneider 10. Trevor Stewart

2006-07 2001-02 2005-06 2000-01 1998-99 2010-11 2006-07

21 16 21 23 16 20 23

34 33 33 33 33 33 32

GOALS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 11. 13.

Player Bryan Krygier Harry Geary Todd Krygier Jeff Ray Todd Krygier Russ Hintz Mike Krygier Russ Hintz D.J. LeBlanc Ryan Equale Jeff Ray Todd Krygier Bryan Krygier Brian Hitchings Tom Dyroff Tom Dockrell Gregg Hutchings Steve Drawbridge

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8. 10.

Player Matt Scherer Tim Olsen Chris Myhro Ron D’Angelo Geoff Angell Chris Ochoa Ciro Longobardi Matt Scherer Michael Goldkind Andrew Olson

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 11.

Player Bryan Krygier Ryan Equale Todd Krygier Mike Krygier Chris Potter Bryan Krygier Bryan Quinn Tim Brown Harry Geary Jeff Ray Ben Kirtland Art Estrada

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

13 17 12 10 17 13 9

Year Goals 1991-92 38 1985-86 34 1987-88 32 1991-92 30 1985-86 29 1965-66 27 1991-92 26 1964-65 26 1992-93 25 1994-95 25 1990-91 24 1986-87 24 1990-91 23 1983-84 23 1974-75 23 1972-73 23 1978-79 23 1968-69 23

GOALS (D1)

Year Goals 2006-07 22 2003-04 20 2006-07 20 2001-02 17 1997-98 17 2008-09 16 1999-00 16 2005-06 15 1999-00 15 2007-08 14

ASSISTS

Year Assists 1991-92 54 1995-96 41 1987-88 39 1991-92 37 1991-92 36 1990-91 33 1994-95 32 1987-88 31 1986-87 31 1991-92 30 1977-78 29 1967-68 29

ASSISTS (D1)

Player Michael Goldkind Jason Krispel Dan Sheehan Tim Olsen Michael Goldkind Trevor Stewart Ciro Longobardi Cole Koidahl

Year Assists 1999-00 27 2008-09 25 1998-99 24 2004-05 24 2000-01 23 2006-07 23 2000-01 22 2006-07 21

PENALTY MINUTES (D1)

Player 1. Mike Boylan Bill Magnuson 3. Andrew Olson 4. Mike Boylan 5. Brian Burns Matt Scherer 7. B.J. Crum Michael Coppola 9. B.J. Crum 10 Anders Johnson Brian Burns 12. Adam Rhein 13. Andrew Olson 14. Mike Boylan

Year Pen./Min. 1998-99 35/78 2004-05 31/78 2009-10 26/68 2001-02 28/67 2005-06 22/63 2005-06 26/63 2005-06 26/60 2007-08 26/60 2004-05 28/56 2001-02 25/59 2006-07 24/59 2003-04 21/58 2007-08 20/56 1999-00 27/54

GOALTENDING CAREER RECORDS

(RECORDS AT DIVISION I LEVEL SHADED GRAY) 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 Garrett Bartus Artie Imbriano

WINS

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

WINS (D1)

Years 1997-00 2006-09 2003-07 2009-Present 2000-03

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 Garrett Bartus Jason Carey Marc Senerchia

1. 2. 3. 4. 6.

Goaltender Marc Senerchia Beau Erickson J.J. Doherty Artie Imbriano Jason Larson

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

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

Record 54-42-2 49-36-6 44-43-2 43-29-5 38-14-5 Record 35-21-5 29-47-7 25-39-9 19-29-5 16-21-6

Years Saves 1984-88 2793 1972-76 2723 2006-09 2431 1989-92 2267 2003-07 2165 1996-00 2158 1968-71 1629

SAVES (D1)

Years Saves 2006-09 2431 2003-07 2165 2009-Present 1637 2000-04 1616 1997-00 1366

GOALS AGAINST

Years 1996-00 2006-09 1994-97 2000-02 2009-10

GOALS AGAINST (D1)

Years 1997-00 2006-09 2003-07 2000-03 2009-Present 2009-10

GAA 3.02 3.24 3.26 3.32 3.46 GAA 2.83 3.24 3.30 3.32 3.38 3.46

GOALTENDING SEASON RECORDS

(RECORDS AT DIVISION 1 LEVEL SHADED GRAY) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Goaltender Damen Dawson Doug Michals Marc Senerchia Marc Senerchia Damen Dawson

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Goaltender Marc Senerchia Marc Senerchia Garrett Bartus Scott Tomes Beau Erickson

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

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

Marc Senerchia (1997-2000)

SAVES

WINS

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

WINS (D1)

Year 1999-00 1998-99 2010-11 2003-04 2007-08

SAVES

Record 19-4-2 19-6-2 18-14-1 17-7-4 16-7-2 Record 18-14-1 17-7-4 14-15-4 12-14-7 11-14-3

Year Saves 2010-11 1085 2007-08 947 2003-04 942 2008-09 936 1992-93 842 1999-00 790 1974-75 788

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

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

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

Saves (DI) Year Saves 2009-10 1085 2007-08 947 2003-04 942 2008-09 936 1999-00 790 2004-05 623 2002-03 615 1998-99 576 2006-07 548

GOAL AGAINST AVERAGE 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. 6.

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

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

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

Date Saves 12/13/75 63 of 64 2/3/95 58 of 63 1/9/10 57 of 59 12/30/02 56 of 61 1/18/01 54 of 56 12/8/01 52 of 54 2/8/05 52 of 53

MOST SAVES (D1)

Date Saves 1/9/10 57 of 59 1/18/01 54 of 56 3/12/11 53 of 56 3/11/06 52 of 53 12/8/01 52 of 54 12/30/02 51 of 56 12/4/10 50 of 55 12/2/08 45 of 51 1/27/07 44 of 47 3/9/08 44 of 47

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POINTS

Player 1. Dave L’Ecuyer 2. Ryan Murphy 3. Mark Leonard Tom Dyroff 5 Cole Schneider 6. Mike Anthony 7. Jeff Ray Phil Scarinci 9. Ryan Equale 10. Matt Scherer

Year 1978-79 1996-97 1985-86 1973-74 2010-11 1981-82 1988-89 1994-95 1992-93 2003-04

POINTS (D1)

Player Year 1 Cole Schneider 2010-11 2. Matt Scherer 2003-04 3. Chris Myhro 2005-06 Evan Stensrud 1999-00 5. Billy Latta 2010-11 6. Andrew Olson 2007-08 7. Marcello Ranallo 2008-09 8. Eric Nelson 2000-01 Sean Erickson 2005-06 10. Matt Grew 2001-02

G 22 20 14 20 13 14 17 11 12 12

A 21 17 21 15 20 32 14 20 18 17

P 43 37 35 35 33 32 31 31 30 29

G 13 12 13 10 11 14 6 11 5 11

A 20 17 15 18 15 10 16 10 16 9

P 33 29 28 28 26 24 22 21 21 20

GOALS

1. 2.

Player Dave L’Ecuyer Tom Dyroff Ryan Murphy

Year Goals 1978-79 22 1973-74 20 1997-97 20

1. 2 4. 5.

Player Andrew Olson Cole Schneider Chris Myrho Matt Scherer Matt Grew Eric Nelson Billy Latta

GOALS (D1)

Year Goals 2007-08 14 2010-11 13 2005-06 13 2003-04 12 2001-02 11 2000-01 11 2010-11 11

ASSISTS

Player 1. John Guagliardo 2. Mark Leonard Dave L’Ecuyer 4. Cole Schneider Phil Scarinci 6. Evan Stensrud Ryan Equale Mike Anthony 9. Matt Scherer Ryan Murphy 11. Sean Erickson Steve Balaban 1 2. 3. 4. 6.

Year Assists 1987-88 25 1985-86 21 1978-79 21 20010-11 20 1994-95 20 1999-00 18 1992-93 18 1981-82 18 2003-04 17 1996-97 17 2005-06 16 1973-74 16

ASSISTS (D1)

Player Cole Schneider Evan Stensrud Matt Scherer Marcello Ranallo Sean Erickson Chris Myhro Justin Hernandez Billy Latta

Year Assists 2010-11 20 1999-00 18 2003-04 17 2008-09 16 2005-06 16 2005-06 15 2007-08 15 2010-11 15

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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2010-11 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 2001-02

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Head Coach John Chapman 1960-1981

HUSKY TEAM RECORDS (D1)

Games Played 2010-11 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 1. 2. 1. 2. 1. 2.

Head Coach Ben Kirkland 1981-1988

HUSKIES OVER THE YEARS

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

HUSKY SINGLE GAME BESTS

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 2010-11

2/17/91 2/1/92

6 5

11/11/87 11/27/87

7 6

11/11/87 9 (2g/7a) 2/17/91 8 (6g/2a)

HOME OPENERS WON

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 Canisius, 3-2

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$........... 7-27-3........ 2010-11............Bruce Marshall$.......... 15-18-4....... 51 Seasons Overall........................... 597-673-73.... *— Indicates ECAC Tournament Berth ^— Indicates MAAC Playoffs #— Division I Play Began $— Indicates Atlantic Hockey Playoffs

Pct. .409 .208 .571 .273 .625 .476 .375 .565 .545 .550 .304 .423 .500 .600 .596 .521 .375 .543 .440 .541 .238 .450 .417 .464 .583 .484 .414 .444 .222 .574 .704 .821 .740 .635 .648 .635 .478 .500 .647 .541 .400 .458 .279 .443 .333 .333 .472 .392 .270 .229 .459 .472


University of Connecticut postseason accolades 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country 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

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

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

CoSIDA Academic All-America Team

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 Cole Schneider......All-Rookie................... 2011 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 Rui Encarnacao.................................... 2011 James Gallagher................................... 2010 Tom Janosz.......................................... 2011 Frederic Jean................................... 2007,08 Corey Jendras.................................2009, 11 Cole Koidahl.....................................2004,06 Matthew Miller..................................... 2010 Brendan Olinyk.......................2007,08,09,10 Michael Olmstead................................. 2007 Adam Rhein.....................................2004,05 Jeff Sapieha......................................... 2011 Matt Scherer....................................2006,07 Jordan Sims......................................... 2011 Trevor Stewart..................................... 2006 Matt Turner......................................2008,09

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

2011.......................................Garrett Bartus 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

2011........................................Stevie Bergin 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 2011......................................... Jeff Sapieha 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

2011..................................... Cole Schneider 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

2011..........................................Brant Harris 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 • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country PENNSYLVANIA......................L, 8-2 at Babson............................... W, 5-4 1960-61 • Record: 4-6-1 1965-66 • Record: 10-11 Head Coach: John Chapman Head Coach: John Chapman WILLIAMS.............................. W, 8-3 NEW ENGLAND.................... W, 5-1 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 at Wesleyan......................... W, 13-4 at Rutgers............................... W, 6-1 at Pennsylvania...................... W, 4-2 at AIC..................................... L, 17-5

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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 at Bowdoin...............................L, 6-3 at Amherst.............................. W, 3-2 LAFAYETTE......................... W, 10-0

1968-69 • Record: 12-10 Head Coach: John Chapman

Captain: Allan Lyon TRINITY................................. W, 9-1 WESLEYAN......................... W, 14-0

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

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

1969-70 • Record: 11-9 Head Coach: John Chapman

1972-73 • Record: 12-12 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 at Lowell Tech....................... L, 12-3 AMHERST................................L, 8-3 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

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 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


University of Connecticut year-by-year results 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country Head Coach: John Chapman at Salem State..........................L, 5-2 at Colby..................................L, 3-2 FAIRFIELD........................... W, 7-2 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

1976-77 • Record: 8-14-2 Head Coach: John Chapman

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

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 BRYANT...................................L, 5-4 NORTH ADAMS STATE..........L, 6-5 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

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 NEW HAVEN..........................L, 4-3 at Williams..............................L, 5-3 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

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 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

1984-85 • Record: 14-10 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

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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 NORTH ADAMS STATE....... W, 3-2 HOLY CROSS...................... W, 4-2 FAIRFIELD......................... W, 13-2 NEW ENGLAND................... W, 7-5 at AIC....................................L, 11-4 ECAC Playoffs at Babson...............................L, 4-2

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

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

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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

1988-89 • Record: 6-21 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall

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 WESLEYAN........................ W, 13-2 BOWDOIN............................ W, 3-1 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) 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


University of Connecticut year-by-year results 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country 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 at Middlebury..........................T, 5-5 at Norwich..............................L, 4-3 BABSON.............................. W, 3-1 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

1997-98 • Record: 13-13-1 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall

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

1999-00 • Record: 19-16-1 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall

Captains: Kevin Connell, Michael 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 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

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University year-by-year results of Connecticut 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country 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 at Yale.....................................L, 4-3 IONA.......................................L, 5-2 at Iona....................................L, 4-2 at Massachusetts-Amherst.....L, 8-6 at AIC......................................L, 8-3 QUINNIPIAC......................... W, 5-4 vs. Quinnipiac.........................L, 4-3 vs. Iona...................................L, 3-0 SACRED HEART...................L, 5-2

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

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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

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


University of Connecticut year-by-year-results 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country 2010-11 • Record: 15-18-4 Head Coach: Bruce Marshall Captains: Jason Krispel, Andrew Olson, Jeff Sapieha at No. 7 Maine........................T, 3-3 at Merrimack...........................L, 7-1 at Army................................. W, 3-2 at No. 13 Union......................T, 3-3 CANISIUS............................ W, 3-2 CANISIUS..............................T, 1-1 at RIT......................................L, 6-2 at RIT......................................L, 5-3 at Bentley...............................L, 3-2 AIC....................................... W, 5-4 at RPI.....................................L, 6-5 vs. Alabama Huntsville...........L, 6-2 at Niagara.........................L, 4-3 OT at Niagara............................. W, 8-5 at Sacred Heart.................... W, 9-3 UConn/Toyota Classic (Second Place) HOLY CROSS...................... W, 2-1 PRINCETON..........................L, 4-1 MERCYHURST.................... W, 3-1 MERCYHURST......................L, 9-4 at Dartmouth...........................L, 5-1 at Robert Morris......................L, 3-1 at Robert Morris......................L, 4-2 AIR FORCE............................L, 2-1 AIR FORCE......................T, 5-5 OT at Holy Cross..........................L, 4-2 at Holy Cross..........................L, 4-0 at Army................................. W, 4-2 ARMY.....................................L, 5-3 at Sacred Heart.................... W, 4-2 Sacred Heart........................ W, 3-1 at Bentley...............................L, 4-2 BENTLEY............................. W, 6-4 AIC....................................... W, 2-1 at AIC.................................... W, 4-3 Atlantic Hockey Playoffs MERCYHURST.................... W, 5-2 MERCYHURST.............. W, 4-3 OT vs. RIT....................................L, 4-2

All-Time Record Vs. Opponents

Opponent First Year Record Air Force 1986-87 3-16-4 Alabama-Huntsville 1987-88 2-8-0 Alaska-Anchorage 1983-84 1-6-0 Alaska-Fairbanks 1983-84 1-4-0 American International 1960-61 45-37-8 Amherst 1962-63 26-12-1 Army 1968-69 21-27-7 Babson 1966-67 24-30-3 Bemidji State 2001-02 1-3-0 Bentley 1999-00 22-15-3 Bowdoin 1965-66 4-28-2 Bowling Green 2005-06 0-2-0 Bridgewater State 1977-78 2-1-0 Brockport State 1989-90 3-0-0 Brown 1961-62 1-4-1 Bryant 1973-74 7-5-0 Canisius 1984-85 17-24-6 Colby 1967-68 7-17-6 Colgate 1960-61 2-5-0 Connecticut College 1983-84 16-4-0 Curry 1989-90 1-0-0 Dartmouth 2004-05 0-2-0 Elmira 1983-84 1-2-0 Fairfield 1974-75 25-3-2 Ferris State 2002-03 0-6-0 Findlay 1997-98 1-1-0 Framingham State 1979-80 7-3-0 Geneseo State 1984-85 1-1-0 Hamilton 1966-67 8-14-0 Hobart College 1987-88 2-0-0 Holy Cross 1965-66 48-47-2 Iona 1995-96 9-7-2 Lafayette 1967-68 1-0-0 Lehigh 1967-68 5-0-0 Maine 1977-78 0-2-1 Mass. College of Arts 1975-76 21-8-0 UMass Amherst 1960-61 8-23-2 UMss Boston 1983-84 13-5-0 UMass Lowell 1968-69 5-17-1 M.I.T. 1960-61 14-2-0 *2011-12 opponents denoted in BOLD

Opponent First Year Record McGill 1992-93 1-0-0 Mercyhurst 1991-92 12-29-2 Merrimack 1960-61 1-21-0 Michigan 2006-07 0-1-0 Middlebury 1964-65 3-8-1 MSU-Mankato 1998-99 0-2-0 Nebraska-Omaha 2004-05 0-1-0 New England 1971-72 25-12-1 New Hampshire 1960-61 0-10-0 New Haven 1970-71 13-11-0 Niagara 2010-11 1-1-0 Nichols 1963-64 10-1-0 Norwich 1965-66 5-4-0 Northeastern 2002-03 0-2-0 Oswego State 1985-86 1-1-0 Pennsylvania 1960-61 1-10-1 Plattsburgh 1991-92 0-3-1 Potsdam State 1985-86 2-2-0 Princeton 2009-10 0-2-0 Providence 2001-02 0-1-1 Quinnipiac 1989-90 12-11-4 RIT 1985-86 6-17-1 Rensselaer 2003-04 0-3-1 Robert Morris 2010-11 0-2-0 Rutgers 1961-62 10-0-0 Sacred Heart 1994-95 24-23-3 St. Anslem 1969-70 10-19-1 Salem State 1975-76 4-12-0 Southeastern Mass 1987-88 0-2-0 Southern Maine 1995-96 4-0-0 Trinity 1968-69 29-5-1 U.S. International 1986-87 0-3-0 Union 2000-01 0-7-2 Upsala 1979-80 1-0-0 Vermont 1963-64 1-15-1 Villanova 1995-96 1-0-0 Wayne State 2000-01 0-1-0 Wesleyan 1960-61 26-3-1 Westfield State 1978-79 8-4-0 Williams 1960-61 6-17-1 Wisconsin 1966-67 0-1-0 Worcester Tech 1964-65 3-0-0 Yale 1971-72 0-9-0

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University of Connecticut all-time letterwinners 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country Connell, Kevin.... ’97, ’98, ’99, 00 (c) Gerke, Alex................................‘10 •••A••• Adamo, Glenn ........................... ’76 Adams, Tom .............................. ’74 Alger, John ................................ ’96 Allain, Dan ................................. ’78 Ambrosie, Sean.................‘10, ‘11 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

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Balaban, Steve...... ’74, ’75, ’76, ‘77 Banquer, Doug........................... ’80 Barrasso, Jim............................. ’90 Barton, Nigel....................’80, ’81(c) Bartus, Garrett...................‘10, ‘11 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, ‘11 (A) 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

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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, ‘11 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, ‘11 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

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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)

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Encarnacao, Rui.......................‘11 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•••

Giaquinto, Ron........................... ’81 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

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Halajian, Craig............................ ‘73 Ham, Peter................................. ’87 Harris, Brant..............................‘11 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, ‘11 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

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•••

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

Jacobs, Norm............................. ’79 Jacquard, Tom........................... ’90 Jaimeson, Jim.............. ’82, ’83, ‘84 Jancaterino, C.........’85, ’86, ’87 (c) Janosz, Tom.......................‘10, ‘11 Jarret, Matthew....... ’97, ’98, ’99, 00 Jason, Scott........................ ‘94, ‘95 Jean, Frederic..................... ‘07, ‘08 Jendras, Corey...........‘09, ‘10, ‘11 Jepson, Jonathan................ ‘02, ‘03 Johnson, Anders... ’99, ’00, ’01, ‘02 Johnson, Bob............... ’77, ’78, ‘79 Johnson, Chris........................... ‘07 Jordan, Neil........... ’80, ’81, ‘82, ‘83

•••G•••

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

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

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

•••K•••

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 • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country

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

Kirschner, Alec.................... ‘07, ‘08 Kirtland, Ben............’77, ’78, ’79 (c) Knudsen, Bob............... ‘64, ‘65, ‘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), ‘11 (c) 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 Latta, Billy.................................‘11 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 Longobardi, Frank.... ’75, ’76, ’77 (c) Luby, James............................... ‘73 Luciano, Chuck.................... ‘82, ‘83 Lyden, Pete........... ’94, ’95, ’96, ‘97 Lyon, Al..................... ’67,’68,’69 (c)

O’Keefe, Thomas......... ’67, ‘68, ‘69 O’Leary, Rob.............................. ’97 Olinyk, Brendan..... ‘07, ‘08, ‘09, ‘10 Olmstead, Michael............... ‘07, ‘08 Olsen, Tim...............‘03, ‘04, ‘05 (c) Olson, Andrew.‘08, ‘09, ‘10 (c), ‘11 (c) 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

MacDonald, Mike........................ ’90 Madden, Richard........................ ’67 Magnuson, Bill.............. ‘04, ’05, ‘06 Maguire, Brian..........................‘09 Mameli, Lou.................. ’76, ’77, ‘78 Mancuso, James.......... ’69, ‘70, ‘71 Manning, Martin................... ‘70, ‘71 Manzi, Craig............................... ’92 Marashio, Joe...................... ’73, ‘74 Marcello, Henry, J...................... ‘68 Marchetti, Mike.................... ’80, ‘81 Marcoux, J.T.......... ’85, ’86, ’87, ‘88 Marean, Nick......... ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07 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, ‘11 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, Mark........ ’02, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05 Murphy, Ryan........ ’97, ’98, ’99, ‘00 Murray, Andy.............................. ’81 Muse, Greg................................. ’85 Myhro, Chris................. ‘06, ‘07, ‘08

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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

Nadeau, Mike............................. ’79 Nangle, Tom............................... ’81 Narotski, Michael.. ’97, ’98, ’99, ’00 (c) Naurato, Daniel...........‘09, ‘10, ‘11 Neal, Shane................................ ’94 Neckowitz, Howie......... ’73, ’74, ‘75 Nee, Matt.................................... ’96 Nelson, Eric.......’01, ‘02, 03, ‘04 (c) Nicholas, Jeff.............................. ’77 Norige, Paul......................... ’95, ‘96 Northup, Mark........ ’96, ’97, ’98, ‘99 Norton, Ryan.............................. ’95 Nuhn, Jeff................................... ’92

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Ochoa, Chris................ ‘07, ‘08, ‘09

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

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Ralston, Richard.................. ‘66, ‘67 Ranallo, Marcello........‘09, ‘10, ‘11 Rasmussen, Eric.......... ’86, ’87, ‘88 Ray, Jeff................ ’89, ’90, ’91, ‘92 Read, Christopher...................... ‘71 Reagan, Brian....... ‘08, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11 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, ‘11 (c) 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, Cole............................‘11 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 Sims, Jordan.............................‘11 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, ‘11 Sprague, Paul............................. ‘68 Stanley, Doug... ’81, ’82, ’83 (c), ’84 (c) Starr, Charles............... ‘71, ‘72, ‘73 Steeves, Dwight............ ‘63, ‘65, 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, ‘11 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 • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country

Maureen Butler

Dino Mattessich

Strength and Conditioning Coach

Senior Associate Director of Athletics/ Internal Relations and Hockey Administrator

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.

Mike Iacampo Mark Edward Freitas Ice Forum Manager

Chris Iacampo Equipment Manager

S T R EN G T H A N D C ON D I T IONIN G 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 • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country aul F. Pendergast is the President of the Saint Francis Foundation and P the Senior Vice President of Development for Saint Francis Hospital. His position puts him among the leading executives for Saint Francis Hospital reporting directly to President and CEO Christopher Dadlez.

Paul F. Pendergast was the President of the Saint Francis Foundation and the Senior Vice President of Development for Saint Francis Hospital. His position puts him among the leading executives for Saint Francis Hospital reporting directly to President and CEO Christopher Dadlez. Pendergast served as the Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing and Corporate Relations for the UConn Division of Athletics from 1998 to 2002 and then as Senior Associate Athletic Director for Development until 2006. In his role at UConn, Pendergast was responsible for growing their Athletics donor base with primary emphasis on major gifts. During his time in charge of development, private giving to the Division of Athletics averaged approximately $14.6 million per year and membership in the UConn Club reached an all-time high of 8,000 members during his tenure. From 1968 until his retirement in 1998, Pendergast had held various managerial and executive level positions with the IBM Corporation and its affiliates, both domestically and abroad. Pendergast is active with many community non-profit boards, advisory boards and committees in the Greater Hartford area. He sits on the boards for the Hartford Symphony Orchestra, Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce, Mandell Jewish Community Center Development Committee, Ray of Hope Foundation advisor, CT Whale of the American Hockey League advisor, Urban League of Greater Hartford, CT Chapter of American Heart Association, and the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation. Pendergast is Chairman of the Board for the Connecticut Veterans Parade and Chair to that organization’s Foundation. In addition, Pendergast was appointed in 2006 by Governor M. Jodi Rell to be one of five members of the State of Connecticut Gaming Policy Board. Pendergast is a 1968 graduate of Grove City (PA) College with continuing work on an advanced Business degree from St. Edward’s University in Austin, TX. He and his wife Linda have a family of five children and 12 grandchildren. They reside in Avon, CT.

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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&211(&7,&87 ',67,1&7,216 • For 12 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 13th among public universities nationwide. • The University has been elected to membership in Universitas 21, a preeminent international network of leading research-intensive universities in 15 countries.

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University of Connecticut THIS IS UCONN COUNTRY 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country

/2&$7,21 • 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.

$&$'(0,&%5($'7+ • UConn has 14 schools and colleges. • The University grants 7 undergraduate degrees and offers more than 100 majors. • The University grants 17 graduate degrees in more than 85 fields of study, and provides graduate professional programs in business, dental medicine, law, medicine, pharmacy, and social work.

,035(66,9()$&8/7< • 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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$0$=,1*)$&,/,7,(6 $&DPSXVIRUWKHVW&HQWXU\ • UConn continues to renew, rebuild and enhance our campuses through an unprecedented $2.8 billion, 20-year investment in the University’s infrastructure. UCONN 2000 has been the most ambitious publicly financed university building program in the country. • Now in its 16th year, UCONN 2000 has invigorated the University’s living and learning environments, helped advance faculty research, and stimulated public and private investment. This investment revitalizes the state’s future by providing the means for the University to attract high-achieving students, prestigious faculty, and funding from public grants and private donors. The multibillion dollar facelift has facilitated UConn’s ascent to national prominence among public research universities. • Applications continue to be on the rise with over 28,000 applicants competing for 3,285 seats at the main campus in Storrs and 1,250 seats at the regional campuses. • For the sixth consecutive year, more than half of the applicants are out-ofstate students, comprising 35 percent of the incoming class.

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University of Connecticut THIS IS UCONN COUNTRY 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country The landmark UCONN 2000 construction program has created more than 9.7 million square feet of new and renovated space for research, teaching, living, and learning. Completed projects include: • An award-winning building for the department of chemistry — the Chemistry Building is one of the best-designed buildings in the world according to the International Architecture Yearbook. • New buildings for the Schools of Business and Pharmacy. • The modern Biology/Physics Building, Information Technologies Engineering Building, and Agricultural Biotechnology Laboratory. • Additions to the William Benton Museum of Art. • Renovations to numerous facilities, including the Homer Babbidge Library, the historic Wilbur Cross Building, the Connecticut State Museum of Natural History, and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. • Construction that includes the latest innovations in student residential communities, ranging from traditional residence halls to suites to apartments. • Revitalized downtown campuses in Stamford and Waterbury, a sophisticated marine facility at our Avery Point campus, and new buildings on our Greater Hartford and Torrington campuses, as well as the UConn School of Law.

Forthcoming projects made possible by UCONN 2000 include: • A $352 million expansion to the UConn Health Center that will include a stem cell research institute, renovations to large lecture halls, and renovations to the dental clinics. • New liberal arts facilities and life sciences buildings at the Storrs campus.

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Consensus All-American Kemba Walker and the men’s basketball team won the NCAA Championship and made the customary trip to the White House.

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$7+/(7,&6 It was a remarkable year for UConn Athletics in 2010-2011. The men’s basketball team won its third NCAA Championship in school history and, in the process, UConn became the first school to ever advance to a BCS bowl game and both the men’s and women’s NCAA Final Four in the same academic year. UConn sponsors a total of 24 sports that compete on the NCAA Division level and is a member of the BIG EAST Conference. UConn has won 11 national championships since 1990 and has won 100 BIG EAST regular season or tournament championships.

Danielle Cecco became the first UConn’s women’s diver in history to qualify for an NCAA Championship.

The UConn men’s track and field team hit the “BIG EAST Double” as it won both the indoor and outdoor championships.

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University of Connecticut THIS IS UCONN COUNTRY 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country

The fall of 2010 was highlighted by three UConn team all taking part in NCAA Championship action – the field hockey (quarterfinals), men’s soccer and women’s soccer squads. All-American George Springer and the UConn baseball team won the NCAA Clemson Regional and advanced to the program’s first-ever Super Regional.

All-American Jordan Todman and the football team won the BIG EAST Championship and played in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl – UConn’s firstever BCS game.

National Player of the Year Maya Moore and women’s basketball team set the all-time record for most consecutive wins in college basketball history and later in the season advanced to its fourth-straight final four.

Trisha-Ann Hawthorne earned All-America honors in the 60-meter dash as the women’s track and field team enjoyed one of their finest seasons ever.

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University of Connecticut friends of hockey 7 All-Americans • 24 All-Conference • 25 Playoff Appearances • This is UConn Country 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 22nd 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

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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


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.”


2011-12 UConn Men's Ice Hockey Guide  

Information on the 2011-12 UConn men's ice hockey with with a history of the program and bios on coaches and student-athletes