2012-13 Media Guide

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2012-13 Media Guide
Inside Elmira College
Table of Contents
Cover
Inside Elmira College
Sports Information
2012-13 Season Outlook
Coaching Staff
2012-13 Player Profiles
2012-13 Team Photo
2012-13 Team Roster
2011-12 Season in Review
2011-12 Statistics
2011-12 Inside the Numbers
Elmira in the ECAC West
EC Records 1973-2012
100-Point Club
Award Winners and Captains
EC Team Records
EC Single Game Leaders
All-Time Offensive Leaders
All-Time Goaltending Leaders
ECAC Postseason History
NCAA Postseason History
All-Americans
2012-13 Opponents Profile
Murray Athletics Center
All-Time Results
Soaring Eagles in the Pros
Soaring Eagles Coaching
EC Administration
EC Sports Medicine
2012-13 Team Schedule
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Credits
The 2012-13 men’s hockey media guide was researched, designed, written and edited by Chris
Brown, Sports Information Assistant. Cover photo
designed by Nate Hart, Sports Information Assistant. Action photos taken by Maria Strinni Gill of
Strinni Studio.
Cover Photo
Elmira College Men’s Ice Hockey Players: Left to
Right: Mark Morikawa ’13, Jesper Strale ’14, Tyler
Campbell ’13 and Eric David ’15
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Elmira College
Information
THE SCOOP ON
ELMIRA COLLEGE
Location:
One Park Place
Elmira, New York 14901
(607) 735-1800
Founded:
1855
Enrollment:
1,200
Colors:
Purple and Gold
Nickname:
Soaring Eagles
Affiliation:
NCAA (Div. III), ECAC,
Empire 8
President:
Dr. Ronald Champagne
Vice President of Athletics and
Health Services:
Pat Thompson ‘75
Senior Associate Director of Athletics:
Jen Bozek
Director of Sports Information:
Shannon Howley
Sports Information Assistant:
Nate Hart
Sports Information Assistant:
Chris Brown
Head Athletics Trainer:
Dave Tomkalski, ATC
Head Coach:
Aaron Saul ‘98
(607) 735-1970
[email protected]
Assistant Coach:
Tim Crowley Jr.
(607) 735-1969
[email protected]
Elmira College Admissions:
(607) 735-1724
Athletics Phone:
(607) 735-1730
Athletics Fax:
(607) 735-1717
Website:
athletics.elmira.edu
E-Mail Address:
[email protected]
Elmira College is a four-year, private, co
-educational, liberal arts college with an
undergraduate enrollment of 1,200. The
College is located in the Finger Lakes
Region of Upstate New York. The average
class size is 16, with a student to faculty
ratio of 12:1.
The College offers over thirty-five academic majors, including: education, business, psychology, biology, nursing, premedicine, pre-law, along with numerous
study abroad and internship programs.
The Soaring Eagles sponsors ten varsity
women‘s teams in soccer, field hockey,
volleyball, tennis, golf, basketball, cheerleading, ice hockey, lacrosse and softball.
Men‘s varsity teams compete in soccer,
golf, basketball, ice hockey, tennis and
lacrosse.
Complementing the varsity sport offerings, are ten opportunities to participate
in junior varsity sports.
EC Men‟s Hockey at a
Glance
First Season
1973-74 (club), 1974-75 (NCAA)
Overall Record
687-332-46
ECAC West Championships
9
‘78, ‘88, ‘90, ‘91, ‘93, ‘97, ‘03, ‘06, ‘11
NCAA Appearances
16
‘78, ‘80, ‘86, ‘88, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93,
‘94, ‘97, ‘03, ‘06, ‘08, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11
NCAA Semifinal Appearances
7
‘78, ‘80, ‘88, ‘91, ‘93, ‘06, ‘08
NCAA Final Appearances
2
‘80, ‘88
2012-13 Elmira College Men‟s Ice Hockey
Elmira College Sports Information
The 2012-2013 edition of the Soaring Eagles Ice Hockey
Media Guide is the primary information source for the media covering the Soaring Eagles this season. To request additional information, contact Chris Brown, EC Sports Information Assistant at: (607) 735-1172.
Facility: The site of all Soaring Eagles home contests is the
Murray Athletic Center, located in Pine Valley, New York,
eight miles north of the Elmira College Campus on State
Route 14. The facility seats approximately 3,200 spectators
as well as providing a full service concession stand.
Parking: Free Parking is available at the Murray Athletics
Shannon Howley
Director of Sports
Information
Nate Hart
Sports Information
Assistant
Chris Brown
Sports Information
Assistant
Sports Information: The Sports Information Office is
Center.
located in the northeast wing of Emerson Hall on the
Elmira College Campus.
Entrance: The main entrance to the Murray Athletics Cen-
Important Phone Numbers:
ter is located between the first two domes of the triple-dome
complex.
Ticket Window: Media passes may be picked up at the ticket window located immediately inside the main entrance of
the Murray Athletic Center.
Time: Face-off for all regular season home games will be at
7:00 p.m. (unless otherwise noted).
Radio: Select Elmira College Hockey games will be broadcast by WELM 1410 AM. Visiting radio stations will be
located behind press row. Radio stations wishing to broadcast from the Murray Athletic Center should contact the EC
Sports Information Office at least 48 hours prior to the date
of the contest.
Photo Policy: Media photographers can work from either
side of the rink, but are exempt from the bench and locker
room areas. Penalty box access must be approved by the
Director of Athletics.
Working Press: Press row seating is located directly behind
EC Athletics Office
Ticket Information
Shannon Howley
Nate Hart
Chris Brown
Athletics Office FAX
Sports Information FAX
(607) 735-1730
(607) 735-1730
(607) 735-1976
(607) 735-1746
(607) 735-1172
(607) 735-1717
(607) 735-1768
Important E-mail addresses:
EC Athletics
[email protected]
Shannon Howley
[email protected]
Nate Hart
[email protected]
Chris Brown
[email protected]
Elmira College Website: For up-to-date information
about Elmira College Hockey, check the official website
of the Soaring Eagles at athletics.elmira.edu.
ECAC Website: For up-to-date statistics and standings,
check the ECAC West Hockey website at www.ecac.com.
USCHO Website: For up-to-date news on Division III ice
hockey, as well as box scores, statistics and standings, visit
the USCHO website at www.uscho.com.
the official scorers table on the south side of the facility.
Game programs and statistics will be provided to the media
prior to the contest. This is a working media area; no
guests permitted.
Press Services: Telephone and facsimile facilities are available to members of the press. The Media Room is located off
the main lobby of the Murray Athletic Center.
Post-game Media Interviews: Post-game interviews are appropriate after a 10-minute cooling off period. The media is
asked to contact a member of the coaching staff before
speaking with a particular player.
Other Interviews: Any other media interviews should be
arranged through the Sports Information Office.
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Tyler Campbell ‟13
2012-13 Elmira College Men‟s Ice Hockey
2012-13 Season Outlook
The 2012-13 Men‘s Ice Hockey team looks to rebuild off another successful season a year
ago and get back to the NCAA Tournament for the sixth straight season, despite losing 10
players to graduation. The Soaring Eagles had another successful campaign last season finishing 15-9-3 overall with an ECAC West best 8-2-2 record. Last season culminated with a
trip to the NCAA tournament before falling in the quarterfinals to Oswego State on their
home ice.
Despite losing a wealth of talent in two All-Americans and five All-Conference selections,
the Purple and Gold still return players with a multitude of experience who have had success under fourth year Head Coach Aaron Saul ‟98. Jesper Strale ‟14 leads the returners in
scoring as he tallied 19 points on nine goals and 10 assists a year ago. Classmates D‟Arcy
Oakes ‟13 and Colin Hoey ‟13 combined to produce 24 points on 12 goals and 12 assists.
EC‘s top returning defensemen is Eric David ‟15 who earned a spot on the conference‘s AllRookie squad at the end of the 2011-12 season. David was an enforcer on the defensive side
of the puck, while also looking to create offense in his first season with the Purple and
Gold. He recorded nine points on six assists and three scores, with all of his goals coming in
conference play.
The Soaring Eagles return all three of their goaltenders from a year ago, including AllAmerican Darren MacDonald ‟13. MacDonald, a Third Team All-American honoree last
season, appeared in 21 games logging over 1,200 minutes between the pipes for EC. The
senior made 504 saves, while recording a .887 save percentage on the way to an 11-8-2 record.
Darren MacDonald ‟13
Third Team All-American
All-ECAC West First Team
Elmira welcomes 13 new additions to the team this season, all of which are first year collegiate hockey players but have great experience in
junior hockey leagues. Joining the Soaring Eagles this year are nine forwards and four defensemen. The attackers include Greg Whittle ‟16,
Michael Collins ‟16, Jarryd ten Vaanholt ‟16, Carter Shinaruk ‟16, Brian Depp ‟16, Tommy Sumi ‟16, Nick Angelo ‟16, Jordan Robertson ‟16 and Steve Carlette ‟16.
Whittle played for the Toronto Junior Canadians last season, posting 38 points in 44 games. His size and skating ability are his strongest
assets and the team is looking for him to be a strong presence in the lineup. Collins, who has a strong combination of size, strength and
speed, scored 43 points in 49 games for the Dauphin Kings. He came to Elmira in excellent shape and has the ability to be an impact player
right away for the Soaring Eagles. tenVaanholt is a strong offensive point producing forward who can be expected to contribute to the offense immediately for the Soaring Eagles. His ability to protect the puck and attack the net should help the team replace some of its offense
from last season.
Shinaruk has excellent speed and a nose for the net. His competitive nature is very evident each time he takes the ice and the fans are going
to love watching him play. Depp had a very strong junior hockey career with the Soo Eagles of the NOJHL and finished as the club‘s all-time
leading scorer. EC will be looking for Depp to fill the net for the Soaring Eagles this season. Sumi is an explosive offensive player and a
gifted skater. He had a great junior career with the St. Michael‘s Buzzers in the OPJHL where he had 74 points on 34 goals and 40 assists in
60 games. Elmira will be looking for Sumi to use his great shot and be a point producer for the Soaring Eagles.
Angelo is a great competitor and very aggressive at both ends of the rink. His intensity on the forecheck will be a great asset for the team up
front. Robertson has great size and speed and he will make a difference at both ends of the ice down the middle for the Soaring Eagles.
Carlette‟s work ethic and desire to win at all costs has influenced his teammates in a very positive manner. He had 27 points in 44 games
last season.
The Soaring Eagle defense will look two four key new additions to bolster a strong unit in front of goal. Taylor Love ‟16, Rob Simpson ‟16,
Erick Eriksson ‟16 and Liam Burtt ‟16 will all look to have an impact in their first season. Love is a big, physical and mobile defenseman
whose desire to be the best drives him and has a big influence on his teammates. Simpson is a strong skating, physical defenseman who has
an offensive side to his game. He possesses a hard heavy shot and works very hard on the ice. Eriksson is a smooth skater and very smart
with the puck. His 6‘6‘‘ frame with help him with defending the Soaring Eagle net. Burtt is a shutdown defenseman who has an uncanny
ability to block shots and be a very physical force when he is on the ice.
Returning experience along with bringing in a plethora of 13 young, talented freshmen has the Elmira College Men‘s Ice Hockey team
primed to make its way back to the NCAA tournament for a sixth consecutive season. The Soaring Eagles open the regular season Saturday
night when they take on Oswego State in a rematch of the NCAA Quarterfinal tilt from last March. The puck drops at 7:00 p.m. at the
Campus Center Ice Arena in Oswego, NY.
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2012-13 Elmira College Men‟s Ice Hockey
2012-13 Soaring Eagles Coaching Staff
Aaron Saul ‟98 - Head Coach
Aaron Saul '98 enters his fourth season as the Head Men‘s Hockey Coach. Saul, a 1998 graduate of
Elmira College becomes the first alumnus in the 35 year history of the program to assume the role as
Head Coach. Overall, Saul has been coaching collegiate hockey for the past 12 years.
In Saul‘s first season with the Soaring Eagles, he led Elmira to a 17-7-4 overall record and won the
ECAC West Conference. Under Saul‘s guidance, the 2010-11 Men‘s Ice Hockey team advanced to
the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament before falling to Adrian College. Saul led four Soaring
Eagles to ECAC West honors as well as receiving ECAC West Coach of the Year twice.
Prior to Elmira, Saul spent the last two years as head coach of Potsdam State. While at Potsdam, Saul guided the Bears to 1925-9 record including appearances in the SUNYAC semifinal in ‘08 and quarterfinal in ‘09. He was named the SUNYAC
Coach of the Year following the 2007-08 season.
Saul was a member of the Soaring Eagles hockey team from 1994-98. As a student-athlete he participated in the 1997 NCAA
Tournament, three ECAC Tournaments, was a member of the 1997 ECAC West Championship team and served as a captain
for two seasons. He was named Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player during his career. The Saul family is a legacy at
Elmira College. Saul‘s younger brother Adrian ‘00 played for the Soaring Eagles and was a captain during his final two seasons as well.
Coach Saul resides in Elmira, NY with his wife, Julia ‘00 and twins, Charlotte and Nolan.
Tim Crowley Jr. - Assistant Varsity Coach
Timothy Crowley joins the Elmira College coaching staff as his first season as the Head Women's
Golf Coach and Assistant Men's Ice Hockey Coach.
Crowley, a 2009 graduate of the College at Brockport, was a four year member of the Golden Eagles
Men‘s Ice Hockey team. He was a member of Brockport‘s first playoff victory in school history. An
assistant captain during his final year, Crowley was a SUNYAC All-Academic honoree. He also received the Bob Peterson Coaches Award as well as Brockport's Seventh Man Award.
After graduation Crowley was hired as the Assistant Men‘s Ice Hockey Coach at SUNY Potsdam
where the team qualified for the SUNYAC postseason in both the 2009-10 and 2011-12 seasons.
Crowley served as the primary recruiter for the program where he brought in 23 recruits over a three year period. During his
time with the Bears three players earned All-SUNYAC recognition and three members were named to the All-Rookie team.
Along with his coaching experience, Crowley leads by example off the ice as he helped find the Bears Stick it to Cancer and Hockey Day in Potsdam charities. While at Potsdam he assisted in Bears Back to Basics free community hockey clinics
that ran once a month.
Gary Archambeault ‟85 - Head Junior Varsity Coach
Gary Archambeault ‘85 has been an integral part of the Soaring Eagles‘ hockey program since his playing days in the mid 1980‘s. After commencement, he returned as an assistant coach for the Soaring
Eagles Junior Varsity team for several years, before becoming the head junior varsity coach in 2003. He
spent three years scouting for the Cornwall Aces in the American Hockey League. In addition,
Archambeault is a Head Instructor for Sport International Hockey Academy.
Archambeault has worked for NYSEG as an Energy Consultant since 1985. Archambeault, his wife
Alecia, son Christian, and daughter Alexa reside in Horseheads.
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2012-13 Elmira College Men‟s Ice Hockey
2012-13 Captains
CAPTAIN
#25 Tyler Campbell ‟13
Defense
5‟9” -- 160 lbs.
Mississauga, ONT
Tyler Campbell ‟13
By The Numbers
Year
09-10
10-11
11-12
Total
GP
10
28
27
65
G
1
1
0
2
A
0
5
5
10
P
1
6
5
12
PM
6
35
28
69
2011-12: In his third season as a Soaring Eagle, Campbell playing in 27
games and recording five assists. Also he earned membership into the
Career Game High Superlatives
ECAC All Academic Team for his second year.
Goals: 1, Nov. 6, 2010 vs. Utica
2010-11: In his second season with EC, he appeared in all 28 games conAssists: 1, Five times
tributing 1 goal, 5 assists and 6 points for the team. Also he was a member Points: 2, Two times
of the ECAC All Academic Team. 2009-10: Appeared in 10 games in his rookie season scoring 1
goal on October 31st, 2009 against Morrisville State.
Previous team: Played for the Mississauga Chargers in the OPJHL. Personal: Tyler is a Founders Scholar and Liberal Arts major. Coach‟s
Take: “Tyler is a very smooth skating defenseman, who has great hands and even better vision. He is a very competitive player that does not
back down from the physical play.‖
ASSISTANT CAPTAIN
#21 Mark Morikawa ‟13
Forward
5‟9” -- 170 lbs.
Redondo Beach, CA
Mark Morikawa ‟13
By The Numbers
Year
09-10
10-11
11-12
Total
GP
29
9
11
49
G
7
4
0
11
A
4
2
2
8
P
11
6
2
19
PM
10
0
2
12
2011-12: Mark appeared in 11 games last season and contributed two
assists. 2010-11: Appeared in 9 games for EC, contributing 4 goals, 2
Career Game High Superlatives
Goals: 1, Three times
assists and 6 points. 2009-10: Appeared in all 29 games in his rookie season tallying 7 goals and 4 assists. Earned ECAC West Rookie of the Week Assists: 1, Oct. 29, 2010 vs. Morrisville
Points: 2, Oct 29, 2010 vs. Morrisville
twice this past season. Previous team: Played for the Alberni Valley Bulldogs in the BCHL.
Personal: Mark is an Iris Leadership Award recipient. Coach‟s Take: “Mark is an extremely skilled player with outstanding vision and
speed. He will be counted on to provide offense for the Soaring Eagles this season.‖
ASSISTANT CAPTAIN
Eric David ‟15
By The Numbers
#17 Eric David
Defense
6‟2” -- 190 lbs.
Dorval, QUE
Year
11-12
Total
2011-12: In his premiere season with the Soaring Eagles David contributed
three goals and six assists. For his numbers he was named to the ECAC AllRookie Team as well as earning a spot on the ECAC All-Academic Team.
Career Game High Superlatives
Goals: 1, Three times
Assists: 2, Jan. 7, 2012 vs. Morrisville
Points: 2, Jan. 7, 2012 vs. Morrisville
GP
27
27
G
3
3
A
6
6
P
9
9
PM
14
14
Previous Team: Played for the Pembroke Lumber Kings in the CJHL.
Personal: Majors in Business Administration. Coach‟s Take: ―Eric enjoyed a very successful junior career having won a RBC Canadian
National Championship last season with the Pembroke Lumber Kings. Eric is a big and smooth skating defenseman. He is very poised with
and without the puck and has great vision which allows him to make the right play. Eric has the ability to be an immediate impact as a
freshman.‖
ASSISTANT CAPTAIN
Jay Kenney ‟15
By The Numbers
#15 Jay Kenney ‟15
Forward
5‟11” -- 210 lbs.
Somerville, MA
Year
11-12
Total
2011-12: In his first season with EC, Jay recorded his lone point at Neumann University on February 19th giving EC a 2-1 in the second period.
Career Game High Superlatives
Assists: 1, Feb. 19, 2012 at Neumann
Points: 1, Feb. 19, 2012 at Neumann
GP
7
7
G
0
0
A
1
1
P
1
1
PM
8
8
Previous Team: Played on the Drumheller Dragons in the AJHL.
Personal: Majors in General Education Coach‟s Take: ―Jason played his junior career with the Drumheller Dragons. He is a big, physical
power forward and has a tremendous work ethic. He has very good stick skills along the wall and competes all over the ice. Jason will provide a physical game into our line up.‖
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2012-13 Elmira College Men‟s Ice Hockey
2012-13 Player Profiles
#31 Darren MacDonald ‟13
Goalie
5‟11” -- 170 lbs.
Stittsville, ONT
Darren MacDonald ‟13
By The Numbers
Year
09-10
10-11
11-12
Total
GP
3
24
21
48
MIN
179
1420
1235
2834
Record
2—1—0
16—3—4
11—8—2
29—12—6
2011-12: Playing in 21 games for EC he recorded a remarkable 504 saves,
finished with a .887 save percentage and 3.11 goals against average. He was
named to the All-ECAC First Team, ECAC All Academic Team and All
Career Game High Superlatives
Saves: 42, Nov. 5, 2010 vs. Manhattanville
American Team for the second year. 2010-11: Appearing in 24 games in
his second season as a Soaring Eagle, he contributed 1420 minutes in the
net producing a 16-3-4 record. He was first in the conference for Save Percentage (.930) and Win Percentage (.783)
and second in the conference for Goals Against Average (2.16). For his great stats, MacDonald was a member of the
All-ECAC First Team, ECAC All Academic Team & the All American Team. 2009-10: Appeared in 3 games in his rookie season recording
179 minutes making 56 saves and allowing only 5 goals for the Soaring Eagles.
Previous team: Played for the Nepean Raiders in the CJHL. Personal: Darren is an Iris Leadership Award recipient. Coach‟s Take:
“Darren comes to Elmira, after a very successful junior career. He is a very solid goaltender, who plays his angles well and is a fierce competitor. Look for Darren to challenge for the number one position.‖
#23 Colin Hoey ‟13
Forward
5‟10” -- 170 lbs.
Doylestown, PA
2011-12: In his third season for EC, Colin recorded five goals and six assists while appearing in 24 contests. 2010-11: Appearing in 25 games for
the Soaring Eagles, recording 5 goals, 9 assists and 14 points. 2009-10:
Appeared in 23 games in his rookie season, scoring 2 goals and 2 assists.
Colin Hoey ‟13
By The Numbers
Year
09-10
10-11
11-12
Total
GP
23
25
24
72
G
2
5
5
12
A
2
9
6
17
P
4
14
11
29
PM
16
14
6
36
Career Game High Superlatives
Goals: 2, Feb. 10, 2012 at Hobart
Assists: 1, Eleven times
Points: 2, Five times
Previous team: Played for the New England Huskies. Personal: Colin is an Iris Leadership Award recipient.
Coach‟s Take: ―Colin has unbelievable speed and is one of the fastest players on the team. His style of play will be very effective and it will
help our team at both ends of the ice.‖
#8 Eamon Lynch ‟13
Defense
6‟3” -- 205 lbs.
Rocky River, OH
2011-12: Playing in his third season with the Soaring Eagles, Lynch appeared in seven games overall and three in conference. 2010-11: Appearing
in seven games in his second season while recording one assist. 2009-10:
Appeared in 2 games for EC, contributing 1 assist and 1 point to the defense.
Eamon Lynch ‟13
By The Numbers
Year
09-10
10-11
11-12
Total
GP
2
7
7
16
G
0
0
0
0
A
1
1
0
2
P
1
1
0
2
PM
0
0
6
6
Career Game High Superlatives
Assists: 1, Dec. 4, 2010 vs. Neumann
Points: 1, Dec. 4, 2010 vs. Neumann
Previous team: Played for the Cleveland Junior Jacks. Personal: Eamon is a Mark Twain Scholar. Coach‟s Take:
―Eamon is a big steady defenseman that has great gap control and moves the puck very well. He will add some much needed size to the defensive core.‖
#18 D‟Arcy Oaks ‟13
Forward
5‟10” -- 185 lbs.
Shanty Bay, ONT
2011-12: In his first season with the Soaring Eagles, Oaks recorded seven
goals, six assists and 13 points. He also became a member of the ECAC All
Academic Team.
Previous Team: Played for Quinnipiac University in the ECAC Conference.
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D‟Arcy Oaks ‟13
By The Numbers
Year
11-12
Total
GP
24
24
G
7
7
A
6
6
P
13
13
PM
33
33
Career Game High Superlatives
Goals: 1, Seven times
Assists: 2, Feb. 17, 2012 vs. Utica
Points: 2, Twice
2012-13 Elmira College Men‟s Ice Hockey
2012-13 Player Profiles
#22 Jesper Strale ‟14
Forward
6‟0” -- 205 lbs.
Uppsala, Sweden
Jesper Strale ‟14
By The Numbers
Year
10-11
11-12
Total
GP
22
21
43
G
12
9
21
A
6
10
16
P
18
19
37
PM
31
20
51
2011-12: In his second season with the Soaring Eagles, Strale was the
fourth leading scorer on the team and recorded 9 goals, 10 assists and 19
Career Game High Superlatives
points. 2010-11: Appearing in 22 games for EC, being a major contributor Goals: 2, Five times
Assists: 3, Jan. 13, 2012 vs. Morrisville
to the Soaring Eagles offensive attack. He tallied 12 goals, 6 assists and 18
Points: 4, Jan. 13, 2012 vs. Morrisville
points with 3 power play goals and 4 game winning goals. He was the second leading freshman scorer in the conference and was named to the ECAC All-Rookie Team.
Previous Team: Played for the Springfield Pics in the EJHL. Coach‟s Take: “Jesper comes to Elmira from Uppsala, Sweden. He is a prototypical two way power forward. He plays physical game and is very strong on his feet and the puck. He has quick hands and has an outstanding release. Jesper has the ability to be an impact player as a freshman.‖
#2 Joe Gagne ‟14
Forward
6‟5” -- 225 lbs.
Orrington, ME
Joe Gagne ‟14
By The Numbers
Year
10-11
11-12
Total
GP
6
12
18
G
0
1
1
A
1
2
3
P
1
3
4
PM
21
4
25
2011-12: Returning for another season with EC, Joe recorded one goal, two
assists and three points. His lone goal came on a game winner at Utica on
Career Game High Superlatives
Goals: 1, Nov. 4, 2011 at Utica
November 4th. 2010-11: Appearing in 6 games for EC during his rookie
Assists: 1, Three times
season, recording 1 assist and 1 point. Was a key new defenseman for the
Points: 1, Four times
Soaring Eagles. Previous Team: Played for the Philadelphia Revolution in the
EJHL,
Coach‟s Take: “Joe is a big tough defensemen that will bring an immediate physical presence. His size and physical play will make it difficult for opposing forwards. He has a very hard and heavy shot from the point. We will look to Joe to bring added toughness and depth to
our defense core.‖
#12 Dylan Herold ‟14
Forward
6‟1” -- 205 lbs.
Delta, BC
Dylan Herold ‟14
By The Numbers
Year
10-11
11-12
Total
GP
25
11
36
G
4
0
4
A
6
0
6
P
10
0
10
PM
35
45
80
2011-12: In his second season Herold appeared in eleven contests for the
Soaring Eagles. He also became a member of the ECAC All Academic Team.
Career Game High Superlatives
2010-11: Appeared in 25 games in his rookie season with EC and contribut- Goals: 1, Four times
Assists: 1, Feb 19, 2011 at Utica
ed 4 goals, 6 assists and 10 points to the offense. Also contributed 1 power
Points: 2, Twice
play goal and 1 game winning goal for the Soaring Eagles. Previous Team:
Played for the Burnaby Express in the BCHL.
Coach‟s Take: “Dylan is a physical, gritty two –way player that the Soaring Eagles need to have to be successful. He is a very mature young
man and a born leader both on and off the ice. We will look to Dylan to provide depth within our core of forwards.‖
#31 Matt Milne ‟14
Goalie
5‟11” -- 175 lbs.
Newmarket, ONT
Matt Milne ‟14
By The Numbers
Year
10-11
11-12
Total
GP
1
4
5
MIN
21
244
265
Record
0—1—-0
3—0—1
3—1—1
2011-12: Appearing in four games for the Soaring Eagles, Matt recorded
87 saves, finished with a .935 save percentage and ended with a 1.47
Career Game High Superlatives
Saves: 26, Feb. 19, 2012 at Neumann
goals against average. He also was honored to the ECAC All Academic
Team. 2010-11: Appeared in one game for EC, playing 21 minutes in
net and making 3 saves against Previous Team: Played for the St. Catharine‘s Falcons in the GOJHL.
Coach‟s Take: “Matt is a very focused goaltender. He is mentally strong and mature. He is a technical goaltender that likes to play aggressive and challenge the shooters. He will challenge and compete for playing time this year. Matt adds depth to our goaltending.‖
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2012-13 Player Profiles
#1 Ryan deMelo ‟15
Goalie
6‟2” -- 180 lbs.
Brampton, ONT
2011-12: In his first season with the Soaring Eagles, deMelo recorded a
3.43 goals against average, .888 save percentage and finished with 71
saves. He earned his first win on November 18 at home against Hobart
College.
Ryan deMelo ‟15
By The Numbers
Year
11-12
Total
GP
4
4
MIN
157
157
Record
1—1—0
1—1—0
Career Game High Superlatives
Saves: 29, Nov. 18, 2011 vs. Hobart
Previous Team: Played for the North York Rangers in the OPJHL.
Personal: Majors in Liberal Arts. Coach‟s Take: ―Ryan comes to Elmira College from the North York Rangers
where he had a very successful career. Ryan is a big and very mobile goaltender that makes routine saves and has tremendous recovery to
allow him to make second effort saves. Ryan provides depth within our goaltending core.‖
#19 Josh Burnell ‟15
Forward
5‟11” -- 165 lbs.
Mississauga, ONT
Josh Burnell ‟15
By The Numbers
Year
11-12
Total
GP
17
17
G
3
3
A
3
3
P
6
6
PM
9
9
2011-12: Appearing in 17 games for the Purple and Gold, Burnell recCareer Game High Superlatives
orded three goals and three assists. Also he registered two power play
Goals: 2, Dec. 10, 2011 vs. Geneseo
Assists: 2, Nov. 12, 2011 vs. Neumann
goals in non-conference play, while recording two assists in conference
action. Burnell also became a member of the ECAC All Academic team. Points: 2, Twice
Previous Team: Played on the Georgetown Raiders in the OPJHL.
Personal: Majors in Business Administration. Coach‟s Take: “ Josh comes to Elmira College from a highly reputable junior program, the Georgetown Raiders. Josh is a two way player that brings an incredible work ethic. He
has great stick skills and has a strong hockey IQ. Josh has the ability to be an impact player as a freshman.‖
#27 Andrew Ciampichini ‟15
Forward
5‟9” -- 167 lbs.
Innisfil, ONT
Andrew Ciampichini ‟15
By The Numbers
Year
11-12
Total
GP
6
6
G
0
0
A
0
0
P
0
0
PM
0
0
2011-12: In his premiere season with EC, Andrew played in six contests
overall and two in conference action.
Previous Team: Played on the Vaughan Vipers in the OPJHL.
Personal: Majors in Business Administration. Coach‟s Take: ―Andrew comes to Elmira College from the
Vaughan Vipers junior hockey club. He has a great skill set and is an agile skater. He has a fantastic work ethic
and a real positive attitude. Andrew will provide depth to our forward lines.‖
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2012-13 Player Profiles
2012-13 Elmira College Newcomers
#3 Rob Simpson ‟16
Defense
5‟10” -- 180 lbs.
Etobicoke, ONT
Previous Team: Played for the Toronto Lakeshore Patriots in the OPJHL.
Coach‟s Take: ―Rob is a strong skating, physical defenseman who has an offensive side to his game. He possesses a
hard heavy shot and works very hard on the ice.‖
#4 Liam Burtt ‟16
Defense
5‟11” -- 190 lbs.
Manotick, ONT
Previous Team: Played for the Ottawa Jr. Senators in the CCHL where he was Captain.
Coach‟s Take: ―Liam is a shutdown defensive defenseman. He had an uncanny ability to block shots and he is very
physical force when he is on the ice.‖
#5 Erick Erikkson ‟16
Defense
6‟5” -- 216 lbs.
Stockholm, Sweden
Previous Team: Played for the New England Huskies in the EJHL.
Coach‟s Take: ―He is a smooth skater and very smart with the puck. His 6‘6‘‘ frame with help him with defending
the Soaring Eagle net.‖
#7 Greg Whittle ‟16
Forward
6‟3” -- 185 lbs.
Owen Sound, ONT
Previous Team: Played for the Toronto Jr Canadians in the OPJHL recording 38 points in 44 games.
Coach‟s Take: ―Greg‘s size and skating ability are his strongest assets and we are looking for him to be strong presence in our lineup. ―
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2012-13 Player Profiles
2012-13 Elmira College Newcomers
#9 Michael Collins ‟16
Forward
6‟3” -- 195 lbs.
Victoria, BC
Previous Team: Played for the Dauphin Kings in the MJHL and ended with 43 points in 49 games.
Coach‟s Take: ―Mike has a strong combination of size, strength and speed. Mike came to Elmira in excellent
shape and has the ability to be an impact player right away for the Soaring Eagles.‖
#10 Jarryd tenVaanholt ‟16
Forward
6‟2” -- 205 lbs.
West Vancouver, BC
Previous Team: Played for the Prince George Spruce Kings in the BCHL.
Coach‟s Take: ―Jarryd is a strong offensive point producing forward who will contribute to the offense immediately for the Soaring Eagles. His ability to protect the puck and attack the net should help us replacing some
offense from last season.‖
#11 Carter Shinkaruk ‟16
Forward
5‟9” -- 175 lbs.
Langley, BC
Previous Team: Played for the Merritt Centennials in the BCHL.
Coach‟s Take: ―Carter has excellent speed and a nose for the net. His competitive nature is very evident each
time he takes the ice and the fans are going to love watching him play.‖
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2012-13 Player Profiles
2012-13 Elmira College Newcomers
#14 Brian Depp ‟16
Forward
6‟0” -- 180 lbs.
Fenton, MI
Previous Team: Played for the Soo Eagles in the NOJHL.
Coach‟s Take: ―Brian had a very strong junior hockey career and is the Soo‘s all-time leading scorer. We will be
looking for Brian to fill the net for the Soaring Eagles this season.‖
#16 Tommy Sumi ‟16
Forward
5‟9” -- 185 lbs.
Whitby, ONT
Previous Team: Played for the St. Michael‘s Buzzards in the OPJHL ending last season with 34 goals and 40 assists
in 60 games.
Coach‟s Take: ―Tommy is an explosive offensive player and a gifted skater. We will be looking for Tommy to use his
great shot and be a point producer for the Soaring Eagles.‖
#20 Nick Angelo ‟16
Forward
5‟9” -- 175 lbs.
Williamsville, NY
Previous Team: Played for the Aurora Tigers in the OPJHL.
Coach‟s Take: ―Nick is a great competitor and very aggressive at both ends of the rink. His intensity on the forecheck will be a great asset for the team up front.‖
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2012-13 Player Profiles
2012-13 Elmira College Newcomers
#24 Taylor Love ‟16
Defense
6‟3” -- 215 lbs.
Newport Beach, CA
Previous Team: Played for the Samon Arm Silverbacks in the BCHL.
Coach‟s Take: ―Taylor is a big, physical and mobile defenseman. He desires to be a big influence on his teammates.‖
#26 Jordan Robertson ‟16
Forward
6‟1” -- 180 lbs.
Mukilteo, WA
Previous Team: Played for the New England Huskies in the EJHL.
Coach‟s Take: ―Jordan has great size and speed and he will make a difference at both ends of the ice down the
middle for the Soaring Eagles.―
#28 Steve Carlette ‟16
Forward
5‟11” -- 180 lbs.
Cheshire, CT
Previous Team: Played for the Hartford Wolfpack in the AJHL recording 27 points in 44 games last season.
Coach‟s Take: ―Steve work ethic and desire to win at all costs has influenced his teammates in a very positive
manner.―
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Bottom Row (left to right): Darren MacDonald ‘13, Colin Hoey ‘13, D‘Arcy Oaks ‘13, Assistant Captain Mark Morikawa ‘13, Head Coach Aaron
Saul ‘98, Captain Tyler Campbell ‘13, Assistant Coach Tim Crowley Jr., Assistant Captain Eric David ‘15, Assistant Captain Jay Kenney ‘15, Eamon Lynch ‘13,
Matt Milne ‘14
Middle Row (left to right): Taylor Love ‘16, Josh Burnell ‘15, Ryan deMelo ‘15, Greg Whittle ‘16, Joe Gagne ‘14, Erick Eriksson ‘16, Michael Collins
‘16, Jarryd
tenVaanholt ‘16, Dylan Herold ‘14, Jesper Strale ‘14 Top Row (left to right): Nick Angelo ‘16, Carter Shinkaruk ‘16, Rob Simpson ‘16, Liam Burtt
‘16, Jordan
Robertson ‘16, Brian Depp ‘16, Steve Carlette ‘16, Tommy Sumi ‘16 , Andrew Ciampichini ‘16
2012-- 2013 Elmira College Soaring Eagles
2012-13 Team Photo
2012-13 Elmira College Men‟s Ice Hockey
2012-13 Team Roster
Elmira College
„Soaring Eagles‟
No. Name -- Class
Pos.
1
Ryan deMelo ‘15
G
2
Joe Gagne ‘14
D
3
Rob Simpson ‘16
D
4
Liam Burtt ‘16
D
5
Erick Eriksson ‘16
D
7
Greg Whittle ‘16
F
8
Eamon Lynch ‘13
D
9
Michael Collins ‘16
F
10
Jarryd tenVaanholt ‘16 F
11
Carter Shinkaruk ‘16
F
12
Dylan Herold ‘14
F
14
Brian Depp ‘16
F
15
Jay Kenney ‘15**
F
16
Tommy Sumi ‘16
F
17
Eric David ‘15**
D
18
D‘Arcy Oakes ‘13
F
19
Josh Burnell ‘15
F
20
Nick Angelo ‘16
F
21
Mark Morikawa ‘13**
F
22
Jesper Strale ‘14
F
23
Colin Hoey ‘13
F
24
Taylor Love ‘16
D
25
Tyler Campbell ‘13*
D
26
Jordan Robertson ‘16
F
27
Andrew Ciampichini ‘15 F
28
Steve Carlette ‘16
F
30
Darren MacDonald ‘13 G
31
Matt Milne ‘14
G
* - Captain
** - Assistant Captain
Ht.
6‘2‖
6‘5‖
5‘10‖
5‘11‖
6‘5‖
6‘3‖
6‘3‖
6‘3‖
6‘2‖
5‘9‖
6‘1‖
6‘0‖
5‘11‖
5‘9‖
6‘2‖
5‘10‖
5‘11‖
5‘9‖
5‘7‖
6‘0‖
5‘9‖
6‘3‖
5‘8‖
6‘1‖
5‘9‖
5‘11‖
5‘11‖
5‘11‖
Wt.
180
210
180
190
216
185
205
195
205
175
203
180
210
185
190
185
165
175
170
205
170
215
160
180
167
180
179
175
Hometown -- Secondary School
Brampton, ONT -- North York Rangers, OPJHL
Orrington, ME -- Cushing Academy
Etobicoke, ONT -- Toronto Lakeshore Patriots, OPJHL
Manotick, ONT -- Ottawa Jr Senators, CCHL
Stockholm, Sweden -- New England Huskies, EJHL
Owen Sound, ONT -- Toronto Jr Canadians, OPJHL
Rocky River, OH -- Cleveland Jr Jacks
Victoria, BC -- Dauphin Kings, MJHL
W. Vancouver, BC -- Prince George Spruce Kings, BCHL
Langley, BC -- Merritt Centennials, BCHL
Delta, BC -- Burnaby Express, BCHL
Fenton, MI -- Soo Eagles, NOJHL
Somerville, MA -- Drumheller Dragons, AJHL
Whitby, ONT -- St. Michael‘s Buzzards, OPJHL
Dorval, QUE -- Pembroke Lumber Kings, CCHL
Shanty Bay, ONT -- Quinnipiac University
Mississauga, ONT -- Georgetown Raiders, OPJHL
Williamsville, NY -- Aurora Tigers, OPJHL
Redondo Beach, CA -- Alberni Valley, BCHL
Uppsala, Sweden -- Springfield Pic‘s, EJHL
Doylestown, PA -- New England Huskies, EJHL
Newport Beach, CA -- Samon Arm Silverbacks, BCHL
Mississauga, ONT -- Mississauga Chargers, OPJHL
Mukilteo, WA -- New England Huskies, EJHL
Innisfil, ONT -- Vaughan Vipers, OPJHL
Cheshire, CT -- Hartford Wolfpack, AJHL
Stittsville, ONT -- Nepean Raiders, CJHL
Newmarket, ONT -- St. Catharines Falcons, GOJHL
Head Coach: Aaron Saul ‘98 (Elmira College ‘98) (4th Season)
Assistant Coach: Tim Crowley (Brockport ‘09) (1st Season)
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2011-2012 Season In Review
The Elmira College Men‘s Ice Hockey team finished another successful season during the 2011-12 campaign under third year Head Coach Aaron Saul ‟98. EC won its
fifth consecutive ECAC West Regular Season title, earning an at-large bid into the
2012 NCAA Division III Tournament. The Soaring Eagles fought hard, but fell to
eventual runner-up Oswego State in the quarterfinal round. Saul led Elmira to another outstanding season, as his squad saw three players earn AHCA All-American
accolades, three student-athletes on the All-Conference First Team, one on the AllConference Second Team and one on the All-Rookie Team. The Purple and Gold
finished the season 15-9-3 overall with an ECAC West-best mark at 8-2-2.
EC was led by three American Hockey Coaches Association All-Americans in Kevin
Willer ‟12, Martin Lee ‟12 and Darren MacDonald ‟13. Willer, the leading scorer
Eric David ‟15
and captain of the Elmira College Men‘s Ice Hockey team, earned First Team AllECAC West All-Rookie Team American accolades. He tallied 33 points with 12 goals and 21 assists during the
2011-12 season to help lead the Soaring Eagles to a 15-9-3 overall record (8-2-2
ECAC West). The forward netted three game-winners during the regular season, helping EC outscore its opponents 233 to 185.
Two-time ECAC West Defensive Player of the Year, Lee, earned Third Team All-American honors. He spearheaded the Elmira defense by playing a major part in the transition game for the Soaring Eagles. The fourth year defenseman finished the year with three goals and 16 assists for 19 points, with 10 of those assists coming in conference play. Lee scored one game-winning and game-tying goal in ECAC West play, leading a defense that allowed
just 33 goals against conference opponents this season. MacDonald, a Third Team All-American honoree, appeared in 21 games logging over 1,200 minutes between the pipes for EC. The third year player made 504 saves,
while recording a .887 save percentage on the way to an 11-8-2 record. Willer, Lee and MacDonald were all
named to the ECAC West First Team, while Willer was named Player of the Year.
Darcy Vaillancourt ‟12 was the lone EC member on the Second Team All-ECAC West. The fourth year forward
was second on the team in points, tallying 29 points in the form of eight goals and 21 assists. Vaillancourt tallied
two game-winning goals, both of which came during conference competition. He caught fire late in the season as
16 of his 29 points came during ECAC West play.
Defenseman Eric David ‟15 earned a spot on the conference‘s All-Rookie squad. David was an enforcer on the
defensive side of the puck, while also looking to create offense in his first season with the Purple and Gold. He
recorded nine points on six assists and three scores, with all of his goals coming in conference play.
The final members of the Elmira College Men‘s Ice Hockey team to receive honors were Brendan Sanders ‟12
and Brock Sawyer ‟12, who both landed a spot on the Honorable Mention All-ECAC West Team. Sanders finished third on the team in points, and second in goals scored. The fourth year forward tallied 25 points on 13
goals and 12 assists for EC. Sawyer proved to be a constant offensive threat, while stifling opposing forwards. He
finished the season with 11 points in the form of three goals and eight assists.
Elmira loses 10 players to graduation. Willer, Lee, Vaillancourt, Sanders, Sawyer, John Clewlow ‟12, Wes Consorti ‟12, Christian Morissette ‟12, Rick Acorn ‟12, and Mike Kirby ‟12 have all made significant contributions
to EC during their careers in the Purple and Gold and will be missed.
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2011-12 Team Statistics
2011-12 Elmira College Individual and Team Statistics
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2012-13 Elmira College Men‟s Ice Hockey
2011-12 Inside The Numbers
2011-2012 By The Numbers
2011-2012
Game-By-Game Results
28 Games Played
Date
Oct. 21
Oct. 22
Nov. 4
Nov. 5
Nov. 12
Nov. 18
Nov. 25
Nov. 26
Dec. 2
Dec. 3
Dec. 9
Dec. 10
Jan. 6
Jan. 7
Jan. 10
Jan. 13
Jan. 14
Jan. 20
Jan. 21
Jan. 27
Jan. 28
Feb. 10
Feb. 11
Feb. 17
Feb. 19
Feb. 25
Mar. 10
15-9-3 Record
Opponent
SUNY Oswego
SUNY Oswego
Utica*
Manhattanville*
Nuemann*
Hobart*
Middlebury!
Norwich#
Neumann*
SUNY Fredonia
SUNY Brockport
SUNY Genseo
Fitchburg State &
SUNY Morrisville %
SUNY Fredonia
SUNY Morrisville
SUNY Morrisville
Utica*
SUNY Cortland
Manhattanville*
Manhattanville*
Hobart*
Hobart*
Utica*
Neumann*
Neumann+
SUNY Oswego @
Result
L 7-3
L 6-2
W 3-1
W 6-3
W 4-2
W 5-3
W 3-2
L 5-2
W 3- 2 OT
W 4-1
L 4-3 OT
L 4-2
T 1-1 OT
W 4-1
W 2-1
W 5-1
W 5-2
T 2-2 OT
W 6-2
W 7-2
L 4-3
W 6-4
L 5-4
W 6-3
T 2-2OT
L 5-4 OT
L 5-0
! - Primelink Tournament
# - Primelink Tournament Championship
& - Norwich Classic
% - Norwich Classic Third Place
+ - ECAC West Semifinal
@ - NCAA Division III Quarterfinal
Team Superlatives
Most goals scored, game:
Most goals scored, period:
7, Jan. 27, 2012 vs. Manhattanville College
4, Twice
Fewest goals scored, game:
Most goals allowed, game:
Most goals allowed, period:
Fewest goals allowed, game:
0, Mar. 10, 2012 at SUNY Oswego
7, Oct. 21, 2011 vs. SUNY Oswego
3, 3rd Period, Twice
1, Six times
Most shots on goal, game:
Most shots on goal, period:
Fewest shots on goal, game:
Fewest shots on goal, period:
62, Jan. 14, 2012 vs. SUNY Morrisville
27, Jan. 13, 2012 vs. SUNY Morrisville
21, Feb. 25, 2012 at Neumann University
2, Feb. 25, 2012 at Neumann University
Most shots on goal allowed, game:
Most shots on goal allowed, period:
Fewest shots on goal allowed, game:
Fewest shots on goal allowed, period:
44, Feb. 25, 2012 at Neumann University
18, Nov. 26, 2012 vs. Norwich University
16, Twice
1, Jan. 6, 2012 vs. Fitchburg State University
Most power play goals scored, game:
Most power play goals allowed, game:
Most short-handed goals scored, game:
Most short-handed goals allowed, game:
4, Four times
3, Nov. 26, 2011 vs. Norwich University
1, Four times
1, Three times
Most penalty minutes, game:
Fewest penalty minutes, game:
Most penalty minutes, opposition, game:
Fewest penalty minutes, opposition, game:
Longest winning streak:
46, Jan. 27, 2012 vs. Manhattanville College
4, Three times
56, Jan. 27, 2012 vs. Manhattanville College
2, Twice
5, Nov. 4, 2011 to Nov. 25, 2011
Record when scoring first:
Record when opposition scored first:
Record when leading after first period:
Record when trailing after the first period:
Record when tied after the first period:
Record when leading after the second period:
Record when trailing after the second period:
Record when tied after the second period:
9-6-2
6-3-1
5-4-1
5-4-0
5-1-2
14-1-1
1-7-1
0-1-1
Individual Superlatives
Most goals, season:
Most goals, game:
Most penalty minutes, season:
Most saves, game:
Most wins, season:
20, Darcy Vaillancourt ‘12
3, John Clewlow ‘12
Jan. 27, 2012 vs. Manhattanville College
21, Darcy Vaillancourt ‘12
Kevin Willer ‘12
2, Martin Lee ‘12, Darcy Vaillancourt ‘12
Kevin Willer ‘12
40, Darcy Vaillancourt ‘12
5, Kevin Willer ‘12
Nov. 5, 2011 at Manhattanville College
48, Regan MacLean ‘15
39, Darren MacDonald ‟13
11, Darren MacDonald ‟13
Most game-winning goals:
Most power-play goals:
Most shorthanded goals:
3, Kevin Willer ‘12
7, Kevin Willer ‘12
2, Brendan Sanders ‘12
Most assists, season:
Most assists, game:
Most points, season:
Most points, game:
Records
Overall
Home
Away
Neutral
ECAC
8-2-2
4-2-0
4-0-2
0-0-0
Non-Conf
7-7-1
3-3-0
3-3-0
0-1-1
Overall
15 - 9 - 3
7-5-0
7-3-2
0-1-1
GF-GA
Overall
Home
Away
Neutral
ECAC
51 - 33
29 - 19
22 - 14
0-0
Non-Conf
46 - 47
24 - 20
15 - 20
7-7
Overall
97 - 80
53 - 39
37 - 34
7-7
18
Active players are in bold
2012-13 Elmira College Men‟s Ice Hockey
Elmira in the ECAC West
2011-12 FINAL REGULAR SEASON ECAC WEST STANDINGS
(Conference Only)
GP W-L-T %
GF
Elmira
Manhattanville
Hobart
Utica
Neumann
12
12
12
12
12
8-2-2
6-6-0
5-6-1
4-6-2
3-6-3
.750
.500
.458
.417
.375
(Overall)
GA GP W-L-T GF GA
51
41
44
37
31
33
53
40
41
37
27
25
27
26
26
2011 ECAC West Tournament Results
Semifinals, February 25, 2012
#5 Neumann defeats #1 Elmira College, 5-4 OT
#4 Hobart defeats #2 Manhattanville, 6-2
Championship, March 3, 2012
#4 Hobart defeats #5 Neumann, 5-0
15-9-3
13-9-3
16-10-1
15-9-2
15-8-3
97
99
99
109
99
80
81
70
74
79
2013 ECAC West
Tournament Dates
Semifinals, Feb. 23, 2013
Championship, Mar. 2, 2013
2011-12 ECAC West Awards and All-Star Teams
Player of the Year:
Kevin Willer, Elmira
Rookies of the Year:
Terrence O'Neill, Hobart & Mark Rivera, Manhattanville
Defensive Player of the Year:
Martin Lee, Elmira
Coach of the Year:
Aaron Saul, Elmira
FIRST TEAM
SECOND TEAM
F- Tim Coffman ‘12, Utica
F- Scott Hudson ‘13, Manhattanville
F- Kevin Willer ‘12, Elmira
D- Martin Lee ‘12, Elmira
D- William Lacasse ‘12, Neumann
G- Darren McDonald ‟13, Elmira
F- Greg Ciciola ‘12, Hobart
F- Darcy Vaillancourt ‘12, Elmira
F- Evan Chlanda ‘13, Utica
D- Brad Richard ‘13, Hobart
D- Marcus vonSydow ‘12, Manhattanville
G- Ross MacKinnon ‘12, Neumann
ALL-ROOKIE
F- Tommaso Traversa ‘15, Hobart
F- Mark Rivera ‘15, Manhattanville
F- Chris Bournazos ‘15, Neumann
D- Eric David ‘15, Elmira
D- Terrence O'Neill ‘15, Hobart
2011-12 ECAC West Weekly Honors
Player of the Week
Golatender of the Week
Rookie of the Week
Nov. 7
Kevin Willer, EC
Ryan Michel, HC
Nick Broadwater, HC
Nov. 14
Trever Hertz, UC
Nick Therrien, UC
Josh Burnell, EC
Nov. 21
Brendan Turner, MC
Matt Tendler, NU
Ryan deMelo, EC
Nov. 28
Tommy Fiorentino, HC
Marty Ausserhofer, HC
Bronson Kovacs, HC
Dec. 5
Marcus von Sydow, MC
Darren MacDonald, EC
Mark Rivera, MC
Dec. 12
Brian Elser, MC
Nick Therrien, UC
Mark Rivera, MC
Jan. 9
Trever Hertz, UC
Ross MacKinnon, NU
Tommaso Traversa, HC
Jan. 16
Brendan Sanders, EC
Pierre-Olivier Lemieux, MC
Paul Sirignano, MC
Jan. 23
John Clewlow, EC
Evan Smith, UC
No nominations submitted
Jan. 30
Evan Chlanda, UC
Pierre-Olivier Lemieux, MC
Mark Rivera, MC
Feb. 6
Tim Coffman, UC
Marty Ausserhofer, HC
Mark Rivera, MC
Feb. 13
Darcy Vaillancourt, EC
Pierre-Olivier Lemieux, MC
Bronson Kovacs, HC
Feb. 20
Darcy Vaillancourt, EC
Nick Broadwater, HC
Tommaso Traversa, HC
ECAC West Titles
1977-78, 1987-88, 1989-90, 1990-91,
1992-93, 1996-97, 2002-03, 2005-06, 2010-11
ECAC West All-Stars
Since 1987
1987-88 Tony Mongillo ‘88 (First Team)
1987-88 Hank Banas ‘88 (Second Team)
1987-88 Dan Williams ‘89 (Second Team)
1988-89 Dan Williams ‘89 (First Team)
1988-89 Scott Marinaro ‘90 (Second Team)
1988-89 Bob Holmes ‘92 (Rookie of the Year)
1989-90 Mike Haviland ‘90 (Second Team)
1989-90 Jules Jardine ‘91 (Second Team)
1989-90 Joe Spinelli ‘92 (Second Team)
1990-91 Jules Jardine ‘91 (First Team)
1990-91 Joe Spinelli ‘92 (First Team)
1990-91 Peter Romeo ‘94 (Rookie of the Year)
1991-92 Bernie Cassell ‘92 (First Team)
1991-92 Joe Spinelli ‘92 (First Team)
1991-92 Matt Weir ‘92 (First Team)
1992-93 Chris Wayland ‘93 (Second Team)
1992-93 Dave Laudato ‘94 (Second Team)
1993-94 Randy Murphy ‘95 (First Team)
1993-94 Dave Laudato ‘94 (First Team)
1993-94 Kyle Kirkpatrick ‘95 (First Team)
1994-95 Kyle Kirkpatrick ‘95 (First Team)
1994-95 Randy Murphy ‘95 (First Team)
1996-97 Dave Evans ‘97 (First Team)
1996-97 Andrei Krivokrasov ‘00 (ROY)
1998-99 Adrian Saul ‘00 (Honorable Mention)
1999-00 Dean Jackson ‘03 (ROY)
1999-00 Mike Clarke ‘03 (First Team)
2000-01 Mike Clarke ‘03 (First Team)
2000-01 Steve Kaye ‘02 (Second Team)
2000-01 Pierre Rivard ‘04 (All-Rookie Team)
2001-02 Mike Clarke ‘03 (First Team)
2001-02 Pierre Rivard ‘04 (First Team)
2001-02 Rob Ligas ‘02 (First Team)
2001-02 Rob Ligas ‘02 (Goaltender of the Year)
2001-02 Steve Kaye ‘02 (First Team)
2001-02 Lawne Snyder ‘04 (Second Team)
2001-02 Jason Silverthorn ‘03 (Second Team)
2001-02 Chris Mann ‘05 (All-Rookie Team)
2002-03 Mike Clarke ‘03 (First Team)
2002-03 Dean Jackson ‘03 (Second Team)
2002-03 Pierre Rivard ‘04 (Second Team)
2002-03 Greg Fargo ‘06 (All-Rookie Team)
2002-03 Ashton McLean ‘06 (All-Rookie Team)
2002-03 Andrew Morris ‘06 (All-Rookie Team)
2003-04 Pierre Rivard ‘04 (First Team)
2003-04 Lawne Snyder ‘04 (First Team)
2003-04 Jarrett Konkle ‘05 (Second Team)
2003-04 Justin Siebold ‘05 (Honorable Mention)
2003-04 Chris Mann ‘05 (Honorable Mention)
2004-05 Craig Macdonald ‘05 (First Team)
2004-05 Jarrett Konkle ‘05 (Second Team)
2005-06 Mike Richard ‘08 (First Team)
2005-06 Nic Dumoulin ‘08 (Second Team, All- Rookie Team,
Rookie of the Year)
2005-06 Greg Fargo ‘06 (Second Team)
2005-06 Tyler Cann ‘09 (All-Rookie Team)
2006-07 Nic Dumoulin ‘08 (First Team)
2006-07 Rusty Masters ‘10(All-Rookie Team)
2006-07 Casey Tuttle ‘10 (All-Rookie Team)
2007-08 Mike Richard ‘08 (First Team, Co-Player of the Year)
2007-08 Nic Dumoulin ‘08 (First Team)
2007-08 Rusty Masters ‘10 (Second Team)
2007-08 Russell Smith ‘08 (Second Team)
2007-08 Casey Tuttle ‘10 (Second Team)
2007-08 Karl Linden ‘11 (All-Rookie Team)
2008-09 Karl Linden ‘11 (First Team)
2008-09 Rusty Masters ‘10 (Second Team)
2008-09 Kyle Branson ‘09 (Second Team)
2008-09 Casey Tuttle ‘10 (Second Team)
2008-09 Brendan Sanders ‘12 (All-Rookie Team)
2009-10 Rusty Masters ‘10 (First Team)
2009-10 Casey Tuttle ‘10 (First Team)
2009-10 Darcy Vaillancourt ‘12 (First Team)
2009-10 Greg Moore ‘10 (Second Team)
2010-11 Kevin Willer ‘12 (First Team)
2010-11 Martin Lee ‘12 (First Team, Defensive Player of the Year)
2010-11 Darren McDonald ‟13 (First Team)
2010-11 Darcy Vaillancourt ‘12 (Second Team)
2010-11 Karl Linden ‘11 (Second Team)
2010-11 Jesper Strale ‟14 (All-Rookie Team)
2011-12 Kevin Willer ‘12 (First Team, Player of the Year)
2011-12 Martin Lee ‘12 (First Team, Defensive Player of the Year)
2011-12 Darren MacDonald ‟13 (First Team)
2011-12 Darcy Vaillancourt ‘12 (Second Team)
2011-12 Eric David ‟15 (All-Rookie Team)
2011-12 Brendan Sanders ‘12 (Honorable Mention)
2011-12 Brock Sawyer ‘12 (Honorable Mention)
ECAC West Leading Scorers
1 Kevin Willer ‘12, EC
2 Evan Chlanda ‘13, UC
Frank Salituro ‘13, HC
Darcy Vaillancourt ‘12, EC
GP
12
12
9
10
PPG
1.25
1.08
1.33
1.20
G- A- P
5-10-15
8- 5- 13
4- 8- 12
7- 5- 12
ECAC West Leading Goaltenders
1 Matt Tendler ‘12, NU
2 Darren McDonald ‟13, EC
3 Nick Broadwater ‘13, HC
19
2012-13 Elmira College Men‟s Ice Hockey
Min. W-L-T GA
262:49
12
606:34
28
455:18
22
GAA
2.74
2.77
2.90
EC Records 1973-2012
PREVIOUS SEASON RECORDS
W
L
T
GF
GA
Saul
2011-12#x
2010-11*#x
2009-10#x
15
17
19
8
7
9
3
4
1
97
108
108
80
70
67
Ceglarski
2008-09x
2007-08#xc
2006-07
2005-06*xc
2004-05
2003-04
2002-03*x
2001-02
16
20
13
18
11
11
18
18
8
4
10
9
12
12
8
9
1
5
4
2
3
2
2
0
112
112
96
98
119
117
154
145
63
56
86
73
97
98
104
77
Thomaris
2000-01
1999-00
1998-99
1997-98
1996-97*x
1995-96
1994-95
1993-94x
1992-93*xc
1991-92x
1990-91*xc
1989-90*x
1988-89
1987-88*xc+
16
21
16
14
15
13
10
21
25
21
27
24
19
27
10
6
8
11
9
13
12
6
7
10
6
8
10
6
0
0
2
0
5
0
4
2
0
0
0
1
0
0
138
141
152
105
127
116
128
206
183
204
237
205
167
195
98
107
92
89
112
120
148
105
110
128
96
120
117
95
McCutcheon
1986-87
1985-86x
1984-85
1983-84
1982-83
1981-82
15
25
18
17
14
12
9
6
9
8
12
17
0
0
0
1
0
0
118
183
146
127
146
122
67
78
69
75
104
99
Smith
1980-81
1979-80^xc+
1978-79^
1977-78*xc
1976-77
1975-76
20
25
26
26
22
10
10
6
5
6
3
20
0
2
0
0
0
1
161
236
248**
184
180
136
110
102
81
95
67
164
Keith
1974-75
12 6
2
119
1973-74&
16 5
0
129
NCAA
639 312 39
5,251
ALL-TIME
655 316 39
5,488
^ NYCHA Champions
# ECAC West Regular Season Champions
* ECAC West Tournament Champions
x NCAA Playoffs
20
82
61
3,264
3,403
ELMIRA COLLEGE HEAD COACHING HISTORY
Forbes Keith
1973-1975 (2 seasons)
Barry Smith
1975-1981 (6 seasons)
PCT. GP W L T
.707 41 28 11 2
PCT. GP W
.717 182 129
Glenn Thomaris
1987-2001 (14 seasons)
PCT. GP W L T
.681 405 269 122 14
Brian McCutcheon
1981-1987 (6 seasons)
L T
50 3
PCT. GP W L T
.623 163 101 61 1
Tim Ceglarski
2001-2009 (8 seasons)
PCT. GP W L T
.573 218 125 72 21
Aaron Saul ‟98
2009-12 (3 seasons)
PCT. GP W L T
.607 84 51 25 8
ELMIRA COLLEGE RECORD vs. ALL OPPONENTS
Adrian
Air Force
Alaska-Fairbanks
American Inter.
Alabama-Huntsville
Amherst
Army
Babson
Bemidji State
Bentley
Binghamton
Bowdoin
Bridgewater State
Brock
Bryant
Buffalo State
Canisius
Canton Tech
Clarkson
Colby
Colgate
Conestoga
Connecticut
Cornell JV
Curry
Dutch Olympic
Fairfield
Framingham State
Fitchburgh State
Guelph U.
Gustavus Adolphus
Hamilton
Hobart
Holy Cross
Iona
Iowa State
W L
0
1
1
5
1
2
6
4
1
1
3
1
1
1
4
30
24
2
1
1
0
1
4
0
3
1
1
1
0
3
0
23
54
4
2
1
1
4
0
3
5
0
4
3
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
4
1
2
0
2
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
11
13
0
0
0
T
0
0
1
0
1
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
3
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
Ithaca
Johnson and Wales
Kent State
Lake Forest
Lebanon Valley
Lehigh
Lowell
Maine
Manhattanville
Mankato State
Marian
McMaster
Mercyhurst
Merrimack
Miami (Ohio)
Michigan-Dearborn
Middlebury
Milwaukee SOE
Neumann
New England
New Haven
Niagara
North Adams State
Norwich
Ohio State
Princeton
RIT
Royal Military
RPI
Ryerson
St. Anselm
St. Bonaventure
St. John‘s
St. Lawrence (CN)
St. Lawrence U.
St. Michael‘s
St. Norbert
W L
1
3
0
1
20
1
0
0
23
2
1
0
15
1
2
1
2
1
22
6
5
1
6
1
0
0
29
4
0
1
5
12
0
2
0
1
1
3
0
3
1
1
0
2
1
14
3
1
1
15
4
0
1
4
0
11
4
2
4
1
4
1
3
33
2
1
0
2
0
2
0
2
0
2
T
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
St. Thomas (MN)
Salem State
Scranton
Seneca
Sheridan
Skidmore
Southern Maine
Stonehill
SUNY Brockport
SUNY Cortland
SUNY Fredonia
SUNY Geneseo
SUNY Morrisville
SUNY Oswego
SUNY Plattsburgh
SUNY Potsdam
Trent
Trinity (CT)
Union
U Mass-Boston
U Mass-Dartmouth
Upsala
U.S. International U.
Utica
Waterloo
Wayne State
Wentworth
Wesleyan
Western New England
Westfield State
Wilfred Laurier
Williams
Wisc.-Eau Claire
Wisc.-River Falls
Wisc.-Stevens Pt.
Wisc.-Superior
2012-13 Elmira College Men‟s Ice Hockey
W
2
4
5
1
2
2
3
1
3
8
13
35
8
44
38
40
1
3
12
4
1
2
0
18
1
1
3
1
1
4
1
6
0
1
1
1
L
1
7
0
0
0
1
0
0
3
0
5
9
1
42
36
8
0
2
10
3
0
0
1
8
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
2
1
3
3
T
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
2
0
1
1
0
5
5
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
100-Point Club and Single Season Leaders
Single Season Leaders
The Elmira College
100-Point Club
PLAYER
Joe Spinelli ‘92
Jeff Cristina ‘80
Bob Holmes ‘92
Bernie Cassell ‘92
Kurt Kalweit ‘84
Jay Boudreau ‘80
Steve Lemieux ‘80
Matt Weir ‘92
Jay Green ‘80
Pierre Rivard ‘04
Scott Doherty ‘91
Mike Haviland ‘90
Hank Banas ‘89
Mike Brigante ‘80
Randy Murphy ‘95
Petr Vasicko ‘97
Jeremy Baker ‘96
Mike Holmes ‘87
Mike Zaranek ‘89
Adrian Saul ‘00
Greg Moore ‘92
Dave Evans ‘97
Andrei Krivokrasov ‘00
John Kenney ‘80
Myles Boulter ‘84
Dean Jackson ‘03
Tom Dwyer ‘83
Michael Richard ‘08
Jarrett Konkle ‘05
Steve Kaye ‘02
Rusty Masters ‘10
Dave Smith ‘77
Peter Feola ‘94
Jules Jardine ‘91
George Swarbrick ‘88
Paul Matheson ‘96
Darcy Vaillancourt ‘12
Bob McGee ‘93
Kevin Willer ‘12
Mike Hulbig ‘01
Justin Siebold ‘05
Dave Trevor ‘81
Jason Silverthorn ‘03
Mike Clarke ‘03
Tom Morrissey ‘88
Dan Williams ‘89
Adam Godfrey ‘02
Peter Romeo ‘94
21
G
104
125
93
100
95
67
72
40
78
52
51
68
82
67
68
59
68
60
65
53
57
55
55
42
48
62
53
42
68
50
64
52
40
17
42
43
48
49
47
46
45
49
36
21
42
23
41
46
A
152
125
141
100
88
101
96
120
79
101
102
84
69
82
81
86
76
79
72
83
76
77
76
89
80
64
73
84
57
73
59
68
78
98
71
69
63
61
63
63
64
59
72
85
62
81
63
56
PTS
256
250
234
200
183
168
168
160
157
153
153
152
151
149
149
145
144
139
137
136
133
132
131
131
128
126
126
126
125
123
123
120
118
115
113
112
111
110
110
109
109
108
108
106
104
104
104
102
Year
Goals
Assists
Points
1974-75
1975-76
Ron Dellifranci ‘75 (12)
Dave Smith ‘77 (16)
Scott Loughery ‘75 (30)
Dave Smith ‘77 (39)
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
1983-84
1984-85
1985-86
1986-87
Dave Smith ‘77 (26)
Jeff Cristina ‘80 (34)
Rich Bopray ‘82 (37)
Jeff Cristina ‘80 (35)
Dave Trevor ‘81 (18)
Kurt Kalweit ‘84 (21)
Kurt Kalweit ‘84 (39)
Kurt Kalweit ‘84 (24)
Mike Holmes ‘87 (21)
Hank Banas ‘88 (24)
Mike Holmes ‘87 (17)
Mike Zaranek ‘89 (17)
Hank Banas ‘88 (30)
Scott Marinaro ‘90 (35)
Mike Haviland ‘90 (39)
Joe Spinelli ‘92 (40)
Bernie Cassell ‘92 (43)
Bob McGee ‘93 (19)
Randy Murphy 95 (29)
Randy Murphy ‘95 (19)
Jeremy Baker ‘96 (22)
Scott Loughery ‘75 (23)
Dave Smith ‘77 (23)
Mike Roche ‘76 (23)
Dave Smith ‘77 (28)
Jeff Cristina ‘80 (39)
Rich Bopray ‘82 (43)
Jeff Cristina ‘80 (31)
Dave Trevor ‘81 (24)
George King ‘82 (23)
Hap Grabeldinger ‘83 (45)
Kurt Kalweit ‘84 (25)
Sean Mangan ‘86 (26)
Sean Mangan ‘86 (34)
Mike Holmes ‘87 (20)
Mike Zaranek ‘89 (20)
Dan Williams ‘84 (30)
Mike Haviland ‘90 (28)
Jules Jardine ‘91 (44)
Joe Spinelli ‘92 (48)
Joe Spinelli ‘92 (51)
Peter Feola ‘94 (26)
Randy Murphy ‘95 (35)
Randy Murphy ‘95 (21)
Petr Vasicko ‘97 (26)
Paul Matheson ‘96 (26)
Dave Evans ‘97 (34)
Andrei Krivokrasov ‘00 (23)
Adrian Saul ‘00 (31)
Jeff Angelidis ‘00 (28)
Mike Clarke ‘03 (23)
Pierre Rivard ‘04 (22)
Pierre Rivard ‘04 (30)
Pierre Rivard ‘04 (26)
Jarrett Konkle ‘05 (20)
Justin Joy ‘07 (19)
Michael Richard ‘08 (24)
Michael Richard ‘08 (33)
Karl Linden ‘09 (22)
Rusty Masters ‘10 (21)
Darcy Vaillancourt ‘12 (19)
Kevin Willer ‘12 (21)
Darcy Vaillancourt ‘12 (21)
Mark Biesenthal ‘99 (39)
Adrian Saul ‘00 (47)
Jeff Angelidis ‘00 (37)
Michael Hulbig ‘01 (36)
Pierre Rivard ‘04 (36)
Pierre Rivard ‘04 (44)
Pierre Rivard ‘04 (41)
Jarrett Konkle ‘05 (41)
Justin Joy ‘07 (33)
Michael Richard ‘08 (33)
Michael Richard ‘08 (43)
Jan Velich ‘09 (30)
Darcy Vaillancourt ‘12(40)
Kevin Willer ‘12 (35)
Kevin Willer ‘12 (33)
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
1992-93
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
Dave Evans ‘97 (20)
Andrei Krivokrasov ‘00 (20)
Mark Biesenthal ‘99 (23)
Mark Biesenthal ‘99 (20)
Kris Carlson ‘03 (13)
Eddie Caissie ‘02 (18)
Pierre Rivard ‘04 (14)
Dean Jackson ‘03 (23)
Jarrett Konkle ‘05 (17)
Jarrett Konkle ‘05 (21)
Michael Richard ‘08 (16)
Stefan Schoen ‘09 (13)
Rusty Masters ‘10 (22)
Rusty Masters ‘10 (14)
Darcy Vaillancourt ‘12 (20)
Kevin Willer ‘12 (17)
Brendan Sanders ‘12 (13)
Jesper Strale ‟14
2012-13 Elmira College Men‟s Ice Hockey
Dave Smith ‘77 (54)
Jeff Cristina ‘80 (73)
Rich Bopray ‘82 (80)
Jeff Cristina ‘80 (66)
Dave Trevor ‘81 (42)
Kurt Kalweit ‘84 (38)
Kurt Kalweit ‘84 (65)
Kurt Kalweit ‘84 (49)
Mike Holmes ‘87(40)
Mike Holmes ‘87 (47)
Mike Holmes ‘87 (37)
Mike Zaranek ‘89 (37)
Hank Banas ‘88 (50)
Scott Marinaro‘90 (57)
Mike Haviland ‘90 (71)
Joe Spinelli ‘92 (88)
Joe Spinelli ‘92 (75)
Bob McGee ‘93 (43)
Randy Murphy ‘95 (64)
Randy Murphy ‘95 (40)
Petr Vasicko ‘97 (45)
Dave Evans ‘97 (54)
EC All-Time Team Award Winners and Team Captains
Team Captains
Year-by-Year
1973-Present
Elmira College All-Time Team Award Winners
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
BOOSTER
MVP
ROOKIE
COACHES - MIP
Martin Lee ‘12
Darren MacDonald ‘13
Casey Tuttle ‘10
Kyle Branson ‘09
Casey Tuttle ‘10
Darcy Pettie ‘07
Justin Joy ‘07
Craig Macdonald ‘05
Pierre Rivard ‘04
Dean Jackson ‘03
Steve Kaye ‘02
Eddie Cassie ‘02
Adrian Saul ‘00
Adrian Saul ‘00
Mark Biesenthal ‘99
Petr Vasicko ‘97
Brad Shaver ‘96
Randy Murphy ‘95
Pete Feola ‘94
Dave Laudato ‘94
Bernie Cassell ‘92
Joe Spinelli ‘92
Joe Spinelli ‘92
Scott Marinaro ‘89
Tony Mongillo ‘88
Mike Holmes ‘87
Bill Burtch ‘87
Mark Taylor ‘85
Kurt Kalweit ‘84
Kurt Kalweit ‘84
Kevin Willer ‘12
Kevin Willer ‘12
Rusty Masters ‘10
Rusty Masters ‘10
Mike Richard ‘08
Mike Richard ‘08
Greg Fargo ‘06
Jarrett Konkle ‘05
Lawne Snyder ‘04
Mike Clarke ‘03
Rob Ligas ‘02
Steve Kaye ‘02
Rob Ligas ‘02
Steve Bidus ‘99
Aaron Saul ‘98
Dave Evans ‘97
Petr Vasicko ‘97
Randy Murphy ‘95
Dave Laudato ‘94
Dave Laudato ‘94
Bernie Cassell ‘92
Joe Spinelli ‘92
Mike Haviland ‘90
Scott Marinaro ‘89
Tony Mongillo ‘88
Tom Morrisey ‘87
Bill Burtch ‘87
Mark Taylor ‘85
Eric David ‘15
Jesper Strale ‘14
Mark Morikawa ‘13
Brendan Sanders ‘12
Rick Schrank ‘11
Rusty Masters ‘10
Nic Dumoulin ‘09
Michael Richard ‘08
Darcy Pettie ‘07
Greg Fargo ‘06
Chris Mann ‘05
Pierre Rivard ‘04
Dean Jackson ‘03
Steve Kaye ‘02
Mike Hulbig ‘01
Andrei Krivokrasov ‘00
Mark Biesenthal ‘99
Aaron Saul ‘98
Petr Vasicko ‘97
Dave Perrotta ‘96
Randy Murphy ‘95
Peter Romeo ‘94
Chris Wayland ‘93
Bob Holmes ‘92
Scott Doherty ‘91
Coaches Mike Zaranek ‘89
Unsung: Larry Holdsworth ‘86
Unsung: Sean Mangan ‘86
Coaches: Brendan Sanders ‘12
Coaches: Rick Schrank ‘11
Coaches: Mike Kirby ‘12
Coaches: Albert Mitchell ‘09
Coaches: Russell Smith ‘08
Coaches: Nick Kiella ‘07
Coaches: Brandon Rose ‘06
Coaches: Rick D‘Elia ‘06
Coaches: James Ulcar ‘04
Coaches: Josh Piro ‘03
Coaches: Nick Edling ‘02
Coaches: Mike Hulbig ‘01
Coaches: Shawn Lindsay ‘00
Coaches: Adrian Saul ‘00
Coaches: Jim Dineen ‘98
Coaches: Chris Yockey ‘98
Coaches: Jeremy Baker ‘96
Coaches: Al Meola ‘96
Coaches: Pete Feola ‘94
Coaches: Chris Wayland ‘93
Coaches: Gord Law ‘93
Coaches: Bob Holmes ‘92
Coaches: Scott Doherty ‘91
Coaches: Steve Picard ‘89
Paul Milan ‘83
Unsung: John Daley ‘84
MIP: Sean Mangan ‘86
Dave Trevor ‘81
John Kenney ‘80
Unsung: Dan Archambeault ‘81 MIP: Tim Kenney ‘83
Unsung: Mike Brigante ‘80
MIP: George King ‘82
George King ‘82
Glen Lombardi ‘80
Jeff Cristina ‘80
1979 Jeff Cristina ‘80
Mark Morikawa ‟13
22
MIP: Tony Mongillo ‘88
MIP: George Swarbrick ‘88
MIP: Bill Burtch ‘87
1973-74
1973-74
1974-75
1974-75
1974-75
1975-76
1975-76
1975-76
1976-77
1976-77
1977-78
1977-78
1978-79
1978-79
1978-79
1979-80
1979-80
1979-80
1980-81
1980-81
1980-81
1981-82
1981-82
1982-83
1982-83
1983-84
1983-84
1984-85
1984-85
1985-86
1985-86
1985-86
1986-87
1986-87
1986-87
1987-88
1987-88
1988-89
1988-89
1989-90
1989-90
1990-91
1990-91
1990-91
1991-92
1991-92
1991-92
1992-93
1992-93
1993-94
1993-94
1994-95
1994-95
1995-96
1995-96
1996-97
1996-97
1996-97
1997-98
1997-98
1998-99
1998-99
1998-99
1999-00
1999-00
1999-00
2000-01
2000-01
2000-01
2001-02
2001-02
2001-02
2002-03
2002-03
2002-03
2003-04
2003-04
2004-05
2004-05
2004-05
2005-06
2005-06
2005-06
2005-06
2006-07
2006-07
2006-07
2007-08
2007-08
2007-08
2008-09
2008-09
2008-09
2009-10
2009-10
2009-10
2009-10
2010-11
2010-11
2010-11
2011-12
2011-12
2011-12
2011-12
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
Mike Roche ‘76 (C)
Colin Coyle ‘77 (C)
Mike Roche ‘76 (C)
Colin Coyle ‘77 (C)
Dave Smith ‘77 (C)
Dave Smith ‘77 (C)
Colin Coyle ‘77 (C)
Art Collins ‘78 (C)
Dave Smith ‘77 (C)
Colin Coyle ‘77 (C)
Ron Bisplinghoff ‘78 (C)
Pat Kennedy ‘78 (C)
John Kenney ‘80 (C)
Tom Dwyer ‘80 (A)
Jay Boudreau ‘80 (A)
John Kenney ‘80 (C)
Tom Dwyer ‘80 (A)
Jay Boudreau ‘80 (A)
Doug Bowen ‘81 (C)
Chuck Blomquist ‘81 (C)
Scott Brown ‘81 (C)
George King ‘82 (C)
Paul Milan ‘83 (C)
Paul Milan ‘83 (C)
Kurt Kalweit ‘84 (C)
Kurt Kalweit ‘84 (C)
Pete Greer ‘84 (C)
Mark Taylor ‘85 (C)
Barry Nestor ‘85 (C)
Gene Reilly ‘86 (C)
Mike Holmes ‘87 (C)
Sean Mangan ‘86 (C)
Mike Holmes ‘87 (C)
Mark Nolan ‘87 (C)
Dan Williams ‘89 (C)
Pat Carli ‘88 (C)
Tom Morrissey ‘88 (C)
Dan Williams ‘89 (C)
Jamie Hopwood ‘89 (C)
Mike Haviland ‘90 (C)
Jules Jardine ‘91 (C)
Jules Jardine ‘91 (C)
Sean Cowan ‘91 (C)
Scott Doherty ‘91 (C)
Tom Moses ‘92 (C)
Joe Spinelli ‘92 (A)
Matt Weir ‘92 (A)
Gord Law ‘93 (C)
Chris Wayland ‘93 (C)
Peter Feola ‘94 (C)
Peter Romeo ‘94 (C)
Kyle Kirkpatrick ‘95 (C)
Randy Murphy ‘95 (C)
Jeremy Baker ‘96 (C)
Brad Shaver ‘96 (C)
Dave Evans ‘97 (C)
Petr Vasicko ‘97 (A)
Aaron Saul ‘98 (A)
Aaron Saul ‘98 (C)
Larry Werchadlo ‘99 (C)
Adrian Saul ‘00 (C)
Mark Biesenthal ‘99 (A)
David O‘ Hearn ‘00 (A)
Adrian Saul ‘00 (C)
David O‘ Hearn ‘00 (A)
Robert Siewert ‘01 (A)
Steve Kaye ‘02 (C)
Eddie Caissie ‘02 (A)
Mike Hulbig ‘01 (A)
Steve Kaye ‘02 (C)
Geoff O‘ Leary ‘02(A)
Eddie Caissie ‘02 (A)
Mike Clarke ‘03 (C)
Jason Silverthorn ‘03 (A)
Chris Mann ‘05 (A)
Chris Mann ‘05 (C)
Jarrett Konkle ‘05 (A)
Chris Mann ‘05 (C)
Jarrett Konkle ‘05 (A)
Brandon Rose ‘06 (A)
Brandon Rose ‘06 (C)
Ashton McLean ‘06 (A)
Randy Campolini ‘06 (A)
Darcy Pettie ‘07 (A)
Darcy Pettie ‘07 (C)
Derek Ryan ‘09 (A)
Michael Richard ‘08 (A)
Michael Richard ‘08 (C)
Nicolas Dumoulin ‘08 (A)
Kyle Branson ‘09 (A)
Kyle Branson ‘09 (C)
Rusty Masters ‘10 (A)
Albert Mitchell ‘09 (A)
Scott Gamble ‘10 (A)
Rusty Masters ‘10 (C)
Rick Schrank ‘11 (A)
Casey Tuttle ‘10 (A)
Rick Schrank ‘11 (C)
Kevin Willer ‘12 (A)
Martin Lee ‘12 (A)
Kevin Willer ‘12 (C)
Martin Lee ‘12 (A)
Brendan Sanders ‘12 (A)
Michael Kirby ‘12 (A)
Tyler Campbell (C)
Mark Morikawa ‟13 (A)
Eric David ‟15 (A)
Jay Kenney ‟15 (A)
2011-12 Elmira College Men‟s Ice Hockey
EC Team Records
ELMIRA COLLEGE TEAM RECORDS
SEASON RECORDS
Most goals scored
Fewest goals scored
Most goals allowed
Fewest goals allowed
Most goals per game
Fewest goals per game
Most goals allowed per game
Fewest goals allowed per game
Most 30-goal scorers
Most 20-goal scorers
Most 10-goal scorers
Most 30-point scorers
Most 40-point scorers
Most 50-point scorers
Most 60-point scorers
Most 70-point scorers
Most games
Fewest games
Most Wins
Fewest Wins
Most Losses
Fewest Losses
Most Ties
248
96
164
56
8.00
3.38
5.69
1.93
3
4
10
9
6
4
3
3
34
24
28
10
20
3
5
Fewest Ties
Longest Winning Streak
Longest Losing Streak
Longest Unbeaten Streak
0
15
4
21
Most Shutouts
Most Power Play Goals
Fewest Power Play Goals
Most Shorthanded Goals
Most Shorthanded Goals All.
Fewest Shorthanded Goals
Fewest Shorthanded Goals All.
Most Power Play Goals Allowed
Fewest Power Play Goals Allowed
Most Power Play Attempts
Fewest Power Play Attempts
Most Penalty Killing Chances
Fewest Penalty Killing Chances
Highest Power Play Percentage
Lowest Power Play Percentage
Highest Penalty Killing Rate
Lowest Penalty Killing Rate
Most Penalties
Fewest Penalties
Most Penalty Minutes
Fewest Penalty Minutes
Most Penalties, Opposition
Fewest Penalties, Opposition
Most Penalty Minutes, Opp.
Fewest Penalty Minutes, Opp.
5
58
22
21
13
1
1
47
15
255
134
261
123
33.5
16.4
92.6
77.4
411
155
1,056
332
384
174
1,023
366
23
1978-79 (31 games)
2006-07 (27 games)
1975-76 (31 games)
2007-08 (29 games)
1978-79 (31 games)
2005-06 (29 games)
1994-95 (26 games)
2007-08 (29 games)
1990-91
1978-79
1987-88, 1992-93, 1993-94
1979-80, 1987-88, 1990-91
1989-90, 1990-91
1989-90, 1991-92
1990-91, 1991-92
1990-91
1990-91 (28-6-0 record)
1986-87 (15-9-0 record)
1990-91 (28-6-0 record)
1994-95, 1975-76
1975-76 (10-20-1 record)
1976-77 (22-3-0 record)
1996-97 (15-9-5 record)
2007-08 (20-4-5 record)
19 times, most recently in 2001-02
Nov. 19, 1985 to Jan. 29, 1986
Eight times, most recently in 2006-07
1979-80 (19 wins, 2 ties)
Dec. 1, 1979 to Feb. 22 1980
1984-85
1989-90, 1990-91
1986-87
1976-77, 1991-92
1994-95
1984-85, 2007-08
1985-86, 2007-08
1994-95
1979-80, 1986-87
1992-93
1986-87
1992-93
2007-08
1978-79 (55-for-175)
1986-87 (22-for-134)
1979-80 (188-for-203)
2001-2002 (103-for-133)
1992-93
2007-08
1992-93
2007-08
1992-93
1986-87
1992-93
1986-87
Colin Hoey ‟13
1977-78
1977-78
1977-78
1978-79
1978-79
1978-79
1979-80
1979-80
1979-80
1979-80
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
1982-83
1982-83
1983-84
1983-84
1984-85
1984-85
1985-86
1985-86
1985-86
NYCHA All-Star Honors
Jeff Cristina ‘80 (First Team)
Pat Kennedy ‘78 (Second Team)
Ron Bisplinghoff ‘78 (Second Team)
Jeff Cristina ‘80 (First Team)
Glen Lombardi ‘80 (Second Team)
John McLaren ‘80 (Second Team)
Glen Lombardi ‘80 (First Team)
Jeff Cristina ‘80 (Player of the Year)
Jeff Cristina ‘80 (First Team)
John Kenney ‘80 (Second Team)
John McLaren ‘80 (Second Team)
Dave Trevor ‘81 (Second Team)
George King ‘82 (Second Team)
Hap Grabeldinger ‘84 (First Team)
Kurt Kalweit ‘84 (First Team)
Paul Milan ‘83 (Second Team)
Kurt Kalweit ‘84 (First Team)
Mark Taylor ‘85 (Second Team)
Mark Taylor ‘85 (First Team)
Bill Burtch ‘87 (Second Team)
Bill Burtch ‘87 (Second Team)
Sean Mangan ‘86 (Second Team)
Mike Holmes ‘87(Second Team)
2012-13 Elmira College Men‟s Ice Hockey
EC Single Game and Team Records
Best Individual Single-Game
Performances in EC History
Most Goals
5
Jarrett Konkle ‘05, Nov. 8, 2002 vs. Marian (W, 10-2)
5
Randy Murphy ‘95, Jan. 11, 1994 vs. AIC (W, 13-5)
5
Bernie Cassell ‘92, Jan. 21, 1992 vs. Scranton (W, 18-0)
5
Matt Weir ‘92, Nov. 22, 1991 vs. New England (W, 12-1)
5
Dave Trevor ‘81, Feb. 28, 1981 vs. North Adams (W, 15-5)
5
Scott Press ‘83, Jan. 6, 1980 vs. Upsala (W, 19-1)
Most Assists
6
Matt Weir ‘92, Jan. 21, 1992 vs. Scranton (W, 18-0)
6
Joe Spinelli ‘92, Dec. 13, 1991 vs. SUNY Brockport (W, 10-2)
6
Bob Holmes ‘92, Nov. 22, 1991 vs. New England (W, 12-1)
6
Scott Press ‘83, Jan. 5, 1980 vs. Upsala (W, 22-1)
6
Tim Strasdauskas ‘80, Nov. 15, 1977 vs. Sheridan (W, 15-1)
Most Points
8
Tom Dwyer ‘80 (3-5-8) Feb. 21, 1977 vs. SUNY Potsdam (W, 10-2)
8
Jeff Cristina ‘80 (4-4-8) Nov. 15, 1977 vs. Sheridan (W, 15-1 )
7
Jarrett Konkle ‘05 (5-2-7) Nov. 8, 2002 vs. Marian (W, 10-2 )
7
Randy Murphy ‘95 (5-2-7) Jan. 11, 1994 vs. AIC (W, 13-5)
7
Bernie Cassell ‘92 (5-2-7) Jan. 21, 1992 vs. Scranton (W, 18-0)
7
Matt Weir ‘92 (1-6-7) Jan. 21, 1992 vs. Scranton (W, 18-0 )
7
Joe Spinelli ‘92 (4-3-7) Dec. 13, 1991 vs. SUNY Brockport (W, 10-2)
7
Matt Weir ‘92 (5-2-7) Nov. 22, 1991 vs. New England (W, 12-1)
7
Bob Holmes ‘92 (1-6-7) Nov. 22, 1991 vs. New England (W, 12-1)
7
Joe Spinelli ‘92 (2-5-7) Jan. 9, 1991 vs. St. Bonaventure (W, 17-1)
7
Bernie Cassell ‘92 (4-3-7) Oct. 30, 1990 vs. St. Bonaventure (W, 10-1)
7
Kurt Kalweit ‘84 (4-3-7) Jan. 8, 1983 vs. UMass (L, 10-9)
7
Jeff Cristina ‘80 (2-5-7) Jan. 5, 1980 vs. Upsala (W, 22-1)
7
Jeff Cristina ‘80 (4-3-7) Feb. 22, 1978 vs. SUNY Brockport (W, 18-2)
7
John Kenney ‘80, (2-5-7) Nov. 15, 1977 vs. Sheridan (W, 15-1 )
7
Dave Smith ‘77, (4-3-7) Feb. 21, 1977 vs. SUNY Potsdam (W, 10-2)
Most Penalty Minutes
39
Richard Rerrie ‘95, Nov. 8, 1992 vs. Waterloo (W, 5-4)
Most Power-Play Goals
3
Rusty Masters ‘10, Jan. 19, 2008 vs. Lebanon Valley (W, 8-1)
3
Darcy Pettie ‘07, Dec. 11, 2004 vs. Wentworth (W, 10-1)
3
Andrei Krivokrasov ‘00, Mar. 6, 1997 vs. Mercyhurst (W, 8-5)
3
Randy Murphy ‘95, Feb. 5, 1994 vs. Canisius (W, 10-3)
3
Bernie Cassell ‘92, Dec. 1, 1990 vs. Williams (W, 10-0)
3
Peter Romeo ‘94, Nov. 10, 1990 vs. SUNY Oswego (W, 13-1)
Most Power-Play Points
5
Darcy Pettie ‘07, Dec. 11, 2004 vs. Wentworth (W, 10-1)
5
Jarrett Konkle ‘05, Dec. 11, 2004 vs. Wentworth (W, 10-1)
5
David Marani ‘89, Nov. 19, 1985 vs. SUNY Brockport (W, 14-2)
Most Shorthanded Goals
2
Several Players, done most recently by Josh Piro ‘03, Jan. 3, 2003
vs. Williams (W, 7-3)
Most Saves
72
Stephen Bidus ‘99, Mar. 7, 1997 vs. RIT (W, 5-4 (OT))
24
Ryan deMelo ‟15
SINGLE-GAME TEAM
RECORDS
Most goals scored
Most goals allowed
Fastest 2 Goals
22 Jan. 5, 1980
12 three times
8 seconds apart
Jan. 6, 1980
Fastest 3 Goals
36 seconds apart
Feb. 19, 1991
Fastest 4 Goals
1:22 apart
Feb. 1, 1991
Fastest 2 Goals Allowed 7 seconds apart
Jan. 28, 1995
Most Goals in a Period 9
Feb. 21, 1994
(second period)
Most G in a Period, Opp. 7
Nov. 6, 1993
Most Shots:
94 Feb. 21, 1994
Most Shots Allowed
76 Mar. 7, 1997
Most Shots Period
34 Nov. 2, 2002
(second period)
34 Feb. 20, 2004
(second period)
Most Shots Period, Opp. 32 Mar. 7, 1997
(third period)
Most Power Play Goals 8
Nov. 19, 1985
8
Dec. 11, 2004
Most PP Goals, Opp.
6
Nov. 6, 1993
Most Power Plays
22 Nov. 19, 1985
Most Power Plays, Opp. 16 Oct. 29, 2004
Most Shorthanded Goals 4
Oct. 30, 1991
Most goals scored
22 Jan. 5, 1980
Most goals allowed
12 three times
Fastest 2 Goals
8 seconds apart
Jan. 6, 1980
Most SHG, Opp.
4
Jan. 29, 1994
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All-Time Offensive Statistics
Elmira College All-Time Top-10 Offensive Statistics
Most Goals, Season
Most Goals, Career
Bernie Cassell ‘92
Joe Spinelli ‘92
Kurt Kalweit ‘84
Mike Haviland ‘90
Rich Bopray ‘82
Jeff Cristina ‘80
Jeff Cristina ‘80
Scott Marinaro ‘90
Jeff Cristina ‘80
Bob Holmes ‘92
Jeff Cristina ‘80
Joe Spinelli ‘92
Bernie Cassell ‘92
Kurt Kalweit ‘84
Bob Holmes ‘92
Hank Banas ‘89
Jay Green ‘80
Steve Lemieux ‘80
Mike Haviland ‘90
Randy Murphy ‘95
Jeremy Baker ‘96
Jarrett Konkle ‘05
43 (1991-92)
40 (1990-91)
39 (1982-83)
39 (1989-90)
37 (1978-79)
36 (1978-79)
35 (1979-80)
35 (1988-89)
34 (1977-78)
34 (1990-91)
125
104
100
95
93
82
78
72
68
68
68
68
Most Assists, Season
Most Assists, Career
Joe Spinelli ‘92
Joe Spinelli ‘92
Hap Grabeldinger ‘83
Bob Holmes ‘92
Matt Weir ‘92
Jules Jardine ‘91
Rich Bopray ‘92
Bernie Cassell ‘82
Jeff Cristina ‘80
Joe Spinelli ‘92
Bob Holmes ‘92
Matt Weir ‘92
Joe Spinelli ‘92
Bob Holmes ‘92
Jeff Cristina ‘80
Matt Weir ‘92
Scott Doherty ‘91
Jay Boudreau ‘80
Pierre Rivard ‘04
Bernie Cassell ‘92
Jules Jardine ‘91
Steve Lemieux ‘80
Kurt Kalweit ‘84
Michael Richard ‘08
51 (1991-92)
48 (1990-91)
45 (1982-83)
45 (1991-92)
45 (1991-92)
44 (1989-90)
43 (1978-79)
41 (1990-91)
39 (1977-78)
39 (1989-90)
39 (1989-90)
39 (1990-91)
152
141
125
120
102
101
101
100
98
96
88
84
Most Points, Season
Most Points, Career
Joe Spinelli ‘92
Rich Bopray ‘82
Joe Spinelli ‘92
Jeff Cristina ‘80
Bernie Cassell ‘92
Bob Holmes ‘92
Bernie Cassell ‘92
Bob Holmes ‘92
Jeff Cristina ‘80
Kurt Kalweit ‘84
Joe Spinelli ‘92
Joe Spinelli ‘92
Jeff Cristina ‘80
Bob Holmes ‘92
Bernie Cassell ‘92
Kurt Kalweit ‘84
Jay Boudreau ‘80
Steve Lemieux ‘80
Matt Weir ‘92
Jay Green ‘80
Pierre Rivard ‘04
Scott Doherty ‘91
88 (1990-91)
80 (1978-79)
75 (1991-92)
73 (1978-79)
72 (1990-91)
72 (1990-91)
69 (1991-92)
68 (1991-92)
66 (1979-80)
65 (1982-83)
65 (1989-90)
256
250
234
200
183
168
168
160
157
153
153
Most Power Play Goals, Season Most Hat-Tricks, Season
(1976-80)
(1988-92)
(1988-92)
(1980-84)
(1988-92)
(1985-89)
(1976-80)
(1976-80)
(1989-90)
(1991-95)
(1992-96)
(2001-05)
(1988-92)
(1988-92)
(1976-80)
(1988-92)
(1987-91)
(1976-80)
(2003-04)
(1988-92)
(1987-91)
(1976-80)
(1980-84)
(2004-08)
(1988-92)
(1976-80)
(1988-92)
(1988-92)
(1980-84)
(1976-80)
(1976-80)
(1988-92)
(1976-80)
(2003-04)
(1987-91)
Bernie Cassell ‘92
Mike Haviland ‘90
Kurt Kalweit ‘84
Hank Banas ‘88
Jarrett Konkle ‘05
Darcy Vaillancourt ‘12
Andrei Krivokrsov ‘00
Art Collins ‘77
Scott Marinaro ‘89
Greg Moore ‘92
Lawne Snyder ‘04
Jarrett Konkle ‘05
17 (1991-92)
17 (1989-90)
15 (1982-83)
13 (1987-88)
13 (2001-05)
12 (2009-10)
12 (1996-97)
11 (1975-76)
11 (1988-89)
11 (1991-92)
11 (2003-04)
11 (2003-04)
Bernie Cassell ‘92
Bernie Cassell ‘92
Jeff Cristina ‘80
Kurt Kalweit ‘84
Joe Spinelli ‘92
Dave Smith ‘77
Mike Haviland ‘90
Most Game-Winning Goals,
Season
Most Short-Handed Goals,
Season
Bernie Cassell ‘92
Rusty Masters ‘10
Dave Perotta ‘96
Joe Spinelli ‘92
Mike Haviland ‘90
Rick Acorn ‘12
Dean Jackson ‘03
Bob Holmes ‘92
Scott Marinaro ‘89
Jeff Cristina ‘80
Jay Boudreau ‘80
Steve Lemieux ‘80
Joe Spinelli ‘92
Joe Spinelli ‘92
Randy Murphy ‘95
Bernie Cassell ‘92
Joe Spinelli ‘92
Jeff Cristina ‘80
Jeff Cristina ‘80
Bernie Cassell ‘92
Scott Marinaro ‘89
Kurt Kalweit ‘84
Steve Kaye ‘02
8 (1991-92)
7 (2007-08)
7 (1992-93)
7 (1990-91)
6 (1989-90)
5 (2009-10)
5 (2002-03)
5 (1990-91)
5 (1987-88)
5 (1979-80)
5 (1977-78)
5 (1976-77)
8 (1991-92)
7 (1990-91)
6 (1993-94)
6 (1990-91)
6 (1989-90)
5 (1976-77)
5 (1977-78)
5 (1991-92)
4 (1988-89)
4 (1982-83)
4 (2002-03)
Most Penalty Minutes, Season
Most Penalty Minutes, Career
Joe Caswell ‘93
Vic Fidler ‘96
Rich Rerrie ‘95
Vic Fidler ‘96
Gord Law ‘93
Chris Kavanaugh ‘98
Sean Cowan ‘91
Pierre Rivard ‘04
Kyle Kirkpatrick ‘95
Vic Fidler ‘96
Vic Fidler ‘96
Kyle Kirkpatrick ‘95
Gord Law ‘93
Robb Wilson ‘95
Joe Caswell ‘93
Chris Mann ‘05
Peter Romeo ‘94
Rich Rerrie ‘95
Chris Kavanaugh ‘98
Sean Cowan ‘91
Brad Shaver ‘96
138
108
105
100
93
90
84
82
82
81
(1992-93)
(1993-94)
(1992-93)
(1994-95)
(1990-91)
(1996-97)
(1989-90)
(2002-03)
(1993-94)
(1992-93)
Ryan deMelo ‟15 &
Joe Gagne ‟14
25
6 (1991-92)
5 (1990-91)
5 (1977-78)
4 (1982-83)
4 (1989-90)
4 (1976-77)
4 (1989-90)
2012-13 Elmira College Men‟s Ice Hockey
359 (1992-96)
286 (1991-95)
260 (1989-93)
231 (1991-95)
226 (1990-93)
209 (2001-05)
205 (1990-94)
200 (1992-95)
186 (1994-98)
181 (1987-91)
176 (1992-96)
All-Time Goalie Statistics
Elmira College All-Time Top-10 Goaltender Statistics
Most Minutes Played, Season
Most Minutes Played, Career
Most Wins, Season
Most Wins, Career
Tony Mongillo ‘88 1,894 (1987-88)
Bill Burtch ‘87
1,700 (1985-86)
Casey Tuttle ‘10
1,697 (2007-08)
Glen Lombardi ‘80 1,580 (1978-79)
Dave Laudato ‘94
1,578 (1992-93)
Gerard Muscat ‘90 1,559 (1989-90)
Casey Tuttle ‘10
1,501 (2007-10)
Glen Lombardi ‘80 1,430 (1979-80)
Darren MacDonald ‟13 1,420 (2010-11)
Greg Fargo ‗06
1,413 (2005-06)
Greg Fargo ‘06
1,390 (2004-05)
Casey Tuttle ‘10
Greg Fargo ‘06
Glen Lombardi ‘80
Casey Tuttle ‘10
Dave Laudato ‘94
Stephen Bidus ‘99
Rob Ligas ‘02
Bill Burtch ‘87
Steve Capps ‘85
Gerard Muscat ‘90
Mike MacDermott ‘84
Tony Mongillo ‘88
28 (1987-88)
Bill Burtch ‘87
25 (1985-86)
Dave Laudato ‘94
22 (1992-93)
Glen Lombardi ‘80
21 (1978-79)
Tom O‘Brien ‘93
20 (1990-91)
Glen Lombardi ‘80
19 (1979-80)
Gerard Muscat ‘90
19 (1989-90)
Casey Tuttle ‘10
19 (2007-08)
Rob Ligas ‘02
17 (1999-00)
Dave Laudato ‘94
17 (1993-94)
Darren MacDonald‟ 13 16 (2010-11)
Glen Lombardi ‘80
Casey Tuttle ‘10
Dave Laudato ‘94
Bill Burtch ‘87
Greg Fargo ‘06
Rob Ligas ‘02
Stephen Bidus ‘99
Steve Capps ‘85
Gerard Muscat ‘90
Tony Mongillo ‘88
Tom O‘Brien ‘93
Most Shots Faced, Season
Most Shots Faced, Career
Goals Against Average, Season
Goals Against Average, Career
Tony Mongillo ‘88
1,021
Gerard Muscat ‘90
960
Stephen Bidus ‘99
840
Gerard Muscat ‘90
834
Stephen Bidus ‘99
800
Greg Fargo ‘06
799
Dave Laudato ‘94
795
Glen Lombardi ‘80
758
Darren MacDonald ‟13 733
Greg Fargo ‘06
713
Casey Tuttle ‘10
713
Greg Fargo ‘06
2,842 (2002-06)
Casey Tuttle ‘10
2,454 (2006-10)
Stephen Bidus ‘99
2,355 (1995-99)
Glen Lombardi ‘80
2,202 (1976-80)
Dave Laudato ‘94
2,109 (1990-94)
Rob Ligas ‘02
1,959 (1998-02)
Gerard Muscat ‘90
1,794 (1988-90)
Steve Capps ‘85
1,727 (1981-85)
Bill Burtch ‘87
1,546 (1984-87)
Darren MacDonald ‟13 1,362 (2009-)
Tony Mongillo ‘88
1,345 (1985-88)
Casey Tuttle ‘10
Darren MacDonald‟13
Greg Fargo ‗06
Bill Burtch ‘87
Tony Cosmano ‘79
Rob Ligas ‘02
Casey Tuttle ‘10
Casey Tuttle ‘10
Tony Mongillo ‘88
Bill Burtch ‘87
Glen Lombardi ‘80
Casey Tuttle ‘10
Darren McDonald ‟13
Bill Burtch ‘87
Tony Mongillo ‘88
Rob Ligas ‘02
Glen Lombardi ‘80
Tony Cosmano ‘79
Greg Fargo ‘06
Jim Boyden ‘82
Dave Laudato ‘94
Nick Edling ‘02
Most Saves, Season
Most Saves, Career
Winning Percentage, Season
Winning Percentage, Career
Tony Mongillo ‘88
929 (1987-88)
Gerard Muscat ‘90
862 (1989-90)
Stephen Bidus ‘99
759 (1996-97)
Gerard Muscat ‘90
741 (1988-89)
Greg Fargo ‘06
719 (2004-05)
Stephen Bidus ‘99
713 (1998-99)
Dave Laudato ‘94
704 (1992-93)
Glen Lombardi ‘80
686 (1979-80)
Darren MacDonald ‟13 682 (2010-11)
Casey Tuttle ‘10
658 (2007-08)
Casey Tuttle ‘10
644 (2008-09)
Greg Fargo ‘06
2,565 (2002-06)
Casey Tuttle ‘10
2,233 (2006-10)
Stephen Bidus ‘99
2,098 (1995-99)
Glen Lombardi ‘80
1,991 (1976-80)
Dave Laudato ‘94
1,864 (1990-94)
Rob Ligas ‘02
1,782 (1998-02)
Gerard Muscat ‘90
1,603 (1988-90)
Steve Capps ‘85
1,508 (1981-85)
Bill Burtch ‘87
1,392 (1984-87)
Darren MacDonald ‟13 1,242 (2009-)
Tony Mongillo ‘88
1,224 (1985-88)
Tony Cosmano ‘79
.1000
Kevin Bolin ‘11
.1000
Tony Mongillo ‘88
.819
Glen Lombardi ‘80
.816
Glen Lombardi ‘80
.813
Rob Ligas ‘02
.810
Glen Lombardi ‘80
.808
Tom O‘Brien ‘93
.800
Darren MacDonald ‟13 .783
Bill Burtch ‘87
.781
Greg Fargo ‘06
.773
Glen Lombardi ‘80
.797 (1976-80)
Tony Cosmano ‘79
.786 (1975-79)
Dave Laudato ‘94
.777 (1990-94)
Tony Mongillo ‘88
.750 (1985-88)
Bill Burtch ‘87
.719 (1984-87)
Tom O‘Brien ‘93
.696 (1989-92)
Rob Ligas ‘02
.689 (1998-02)
Casey Tuttle ‘10
.681 (2006-10)
Darren MacDonald ‟13 .681 (2009-)
Gerard Muscat ‘90
.654 (1988-90)
Bryan Musa ‘96
.637 (1993-96)
Save Percentage, Season
Save Percentage, Career
Darren MacDonald ‟13 .930 (2010-11)
Greg Fargo ‘06
.926 (2005-06)
Casey Tuttle ‘10
.923 (2007-08)
Rob Ligas ‘02
.921 (1999-00)
Casey Tuttle ‘10
.916 (2009-10)
Casey Tuttle ‘10
.913 (2008-09)
Bill Burtch ‘87
.912 (1984-85)
Rob Ligas ‘02
.910 (2001-02)
Tony Mongillo ‘88
.910 (1987-88)
Glen Lombardi ‘80
.905 (1979-80)
Darren MacDonald ‟13 .912 (2009-)
Kevin Bolin ‘11
.912 (2007-11)
Rob Ligas ‘02
.910 (1998-02)
Tony Mongillo ‘88
.910 (1985-88)
Casey Tuttle ‘10
.910 (2006-10)
Greg Fargo ‘06
.903 (2002-06)
Bill Burtch ‘87
.900 (1984-87)
Gerard Muscat ‘90
.894 (1988-90)
Tom O‘Brien ‘93
.892 (1989-92)
Stephen Bidus ‘99
.891 (1995-99)
Most Shutouts, Season
Most Shutouts, Career
Bill Burtch ‘87
4 (1984-85)
Bill Burtch ‘87
4 (1985-86)
Bill Burtch ‘87
4 (1986-87)
Rob Ligas ‘02
4 (1999-00)
Darren MacDonald ‟13 3 (2010-11)
Tony Mongillo ‘88
3 (1987-88)
Casey Tuttle ‘10
3 (2007-08)
Nick Edling ‘02
2 (2001-02)
Stephen Bidus ‘99
2 (1998-99)
Dave Laudato ‘94
2 (1991-92)
Dave Laudato ‘94
2 (1992-93)
Tom O‘Brien ‘93
2 (1990-91)
Tony Mongillo ‘88
2 (1986-87)
Tony Cosmano ‘79
2 (1976-77)
Bill Burtch ‘87
12
Dave Laudato ‘94
6
Rob Ligas ‘02
5
Casey Tuttle ‘10
5
Darren MacDonald ‟13 4
Tony Mongillo ‘88
4
Kevin Bolin ‘11
3
Stephen Bidus ‘99
3
Glen Lombardi ‘80
3
Tom O‘Brien ‘93
3
Steve Capps ‘85
3
Tony Cosmano ‘79
3
26
(1987-88)
(1989-90)
(1996-97)
(1988-89)
(1998-99)
(2004-05)
(1992-93)
(1979-80)
(2010-11)
(2002-03)
(2007-08)
5,673 (2006-10)
5,123 (2002-06)
5,095 (1976-80)
4,349 (2006-10)
4,181 (1990-94)
3,944 (1995-99)
3,698 (1998-02)
3,585 (1984-87)
3,378 (1981-85)
2,909 (1988-90)
2,844 (1980-84)
1.94 (2007-08)
2.16 (2010-11)
2.04 (2005-06)
2.27 (1984-85)
2.28 (1976-77)
2.36 (1999-00)
2.40 (2009-10)
2.44 (2006-07)
2.55 (1986-87)
2.61 (1985-86)
2.62 (1978-79)
(1976-77)
(2007-08)
(1987-88)
(1979-80)
(1976-77)
(1999-00)
(1978-79)
(1990-91)
(2010-11)
(1985-86)
(2005-06)
(1984-87)
(1990-94)
(1998-02)
(2006-10)
(2009-)
(1985-88)
(2007-11)
(1995-99)
(1976-80)
(1989-92)
(1981-85)
(1975-79)
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68 (1976-80)
58 (2006-10)
55 (1990-94)
46 (1984-87)
45 (2002-06)
42 (1998-02)
36 (1995-99)
35 (1981-85)
33 (1988-90)
33 (1985-88)
32 (1989-92)
2.34 (2006-10)
2.54 (2009-)
2.58 (1984-87)
2.78 (1985-88)
2.87 (1998-02)
2.96 (1976-80)
3.06 (1975-79
3.24 (2002-06)
3.50 (1978-82)
3.52 (1990-94)
3.57 (1998-02)
ECAC West Postseason History
All-Time ECAC West Tournament Results
1975-76
Quarterfinal A.I.C.
1979-80
Quarterfinal North Adams St.
L, 5-1
1976-77
Quarterfinal Merrimack
1980-81
L, 5-7
Quarterfinal North Adams St. W, 13-5
Semifinal
1983-84
Quarterfinal SUNY Plattsburgh
L, 1-6
1987-88
Semifinal
Final
1977-78
L, 5-1
W, 8-4
W, 8-5
1984-85
Quarterfinal Union
Quarterfinal RIT
W, 7-2
Semifinal
Mercyhurst
L, 0-3
1995-96
Semifinal
RIT
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Ouarterfinal Canisius
W,6-3
Semifinal
L, 2-3
SUNY Plattsburgh
1989-90
Quarterfinal SUNY Oswego
W, 8-3
Semifinal
L, 5-9
RIT
Semifinal
Final
SUNY Buffalo
Middlebury
1982-83
Quarterfinal RIT
W, 5-4
L, 5-3
L, 4-6
Hobart
Canisius
W, 9-3
W, 2-1
Mercyhurst
RIT
W, 8-5
W, 5-4
1986-87
Quarterfinal SUNY Oswego
L, 3-4
1990-91
Quarterfinal Hamilton
Semifinal
SUNY Oswego
Final
SUNY Geneseo
W, 6-5
W, 7-0
W, 9-7
1993-94
Semifinal
Final
1996-97
L, 6-10
L, 3-7
1985-86
L, 2-3
1992-93
1991-92
1981-82
Quarterfinal SUNY Plattsburgh
1978-79
Semifinal
Final
SUNY Plattsburgh L, 2-5
1988-89
RIT
SUNY Oswego
Quarterfinal Hamilton
W, 5-4
Semifinal
SUNY Plattsburgh W, 4-3
Final
Middlebury
W, 6-3
Semifinal
Final
Mercyhurst
RIT
W, 5-3
W, 5-2
1998-99
Semifinal
Mercyhurst
L, 4-7
Quarterfinal SUNY Oswego
Semifinal
SUNY Geneseo
Final
Mercyhurst
W, 7-6
W, 8-2
W, 6-3
1994-95
Semifinal
Mercyhurst
L, 4-5
Semifinal
Manhattanville
W, 7-0
Final
RIT
L, 1-3
1999-00
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NCAA Postseason History
All-Time ECAC West Tournament Results Continued
2000-01
Semifinal
2001-02
Manhattanville
L, 5-6
2005-06
Semifinal
Final
Hobart
Utica
W, 4-3
W, 3-2
Manhattanville
W, 4-3
Final
RIT
L, 1-2
2006-07
Semifinal
Manhattanville
Semifinal
Final
Neumann
W, 4-2
Manhattanvile L, 3-4 OT
Semifinal
Final
Manhattanville
RIT
W, 5-3
W, 4-3
2007-08
Semifinal
Final
L, 3-5
2010-11
2009-10
Semifinal
Final
2002-03
Semifinal
Hobart
Neumann
2004-05
Semifinal
Utica
L, 3-4 (2ot)
Neumann
L, 2-1
2008-09
Hobart
Manhattanville
W, 6-3
L, 0-1
Semifinal
2011-12
W, 5-2
W, 5-1
Semifinal
Neumann
L, 5-4 OT
All-Time NCAA Tournament Results
1977-78
Semifinal
Consolation
1979-80
Lake Forest
Mankato St.
L, 1-4
L, 3-5
Semifinal
Merrimack
W, 4-1
Final
Mankato St.
L, 2-5
1987-88
1985-86
Quarterfinal
Bemidji St
L, 2-4
Quarterfinal
Bemidji St.
W, 5-3
Quarterfinal
Bemidji St. (mini)
L, 0-3
Quarterfinal
Quarterfinal
SUNY Oswego
SUNY Oswego
W, 6-3
W, 10-2
Semifinal
Semifinal
Babson
Babson (mini)
W, 9-1
W, 2-1
Semifinal
Final
Final
Final
1989-90
Quarterfinal
SUNY Plattsburgh
W, 5-3
1990-91
Quarterfinal
Quarterfinal
Quarterfinal
SUNY Plattsburgh
SUNY Plattsburgh (mini)
L, 2-4
L, 0-1
Quarterfinal Mercyhurst
Quarterfinal Mercyhurst (mini)
W, 7-6
W, 2-1 (2OT)
Semifinal
Consolation
L, 3-7
L, 2-3
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Mercyhurst
Mankato
Babson
L, 4-5
1991-92
Quarterfinal
Quarterfinal
SUNY Plattsburgh
SUNY Plattsburgh
L, 1-3
L, 1-8
Babson
Wisconsin-River
Wisconsin-River
Wisconsin-River (mini)
L, 3-4
L, 1-7
W, 5-3
L, 0-3
1992-93
Quarterfinal
Salem St.
L, 2-6
Quarterfinal
Quarterfinal
Salem St.
Salem St. (mini)
W, 10-4
W, 4-0
Semifinal
Wis-Stevens Point
L, 2-7
Consolation
SUNY Plattsburgh
W, 8-3
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NCAA Postseason History
All-Time NCAA Tournament Results Continued
1993-94
Quarterfinal
Quarterfinal
Salem St.
Salem St.
1996-97
Quarterfinal
Quarterfinal
L, 4-6
T, 4-4
St. John‘s
St. John‘s
2007-08
2010-11
Quarterfinal
Quarterfinal
Trinity
W, 6-1
Semifinal
Plattsburgh
L, 3-6
Adrian
2005-06
Middlebury
L, 1-5
2008-09
Quarterfinal
2011-12
Quarterfinal
L, 3-5
2002-03
Quarterfinal
T, 2-2
L, 2-4
Oswego
Quarterfinal
Manhattanville W, 2-1, (2OT)
Semifinal
Middlebury
2009-10
Neumann
L, 2-1
1st Round
Curry
W, 4-1
Quarterfinal
Norwich
L, 2-1 OT
L, 0-5
ALL-AMERICANS AT ELMIRA COLLEGE
Hap Grabeldinger ’84
Defense
1982-83
Scott Marinaro ’89
Forward
1988-89
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Kurt Kalweit ’84
Forward
1983-84
Mike Haviland ’90
Forward
1989-90
Tony Mongillo ’88
Goalie
1987-88
Jules Jardine ’91
Defense
1989-90
1990-91
Dan Williams ’89
Defense
1987-88
1988-89
Joe Spinelli ’92
Forward
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
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L, 2-1
All-Americans
ALL-AMERICANS AT ELMIRA COLLEGE Continued
Matt Weir ‘92
Forward
1991-92
Nicolas Dumoulin ‘08
Defense
2007-08
Kevin Willer ‘12
Forward
2011-12
30
Dave Evans ‘97
Forward
1996-97
Casey Tuttle ‘10
Goalie
2007-08
Lawne Snyder ‘04
Defense
2000-04
Karl Linden ‘11
Defense
2008-09
Michael Richard ‘08
Forward
2007-08
Darren MacDonald ‟13
Goalie
2010-11
2011-12
Martin Lee ‘12
Defense
2011-12
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2012-13 Opponent Profiles
Amherst College
Away: 12-28 at 4:00 p.m.
Location: Amherst, MA
Nickname: Lord Jeffs
Colors: Purple and White
Affiliation: NCAA III
Conference: NESCAC
Head Coach: Jack Arena
Assistant Coaches: Gregg DiNardo & Mike McLaughlin
2011-12 record: 24-4-1
Last Meeting: (2002-03)
Elmira W, 5-3
Neumann Universiy
Home: 11-2 at 7:00 p.m.
Home: 11-3 at 7:00 p.m.
Away: 2-8 at 7:00 p.m.
Location: Aston, PA
Nickname: Knights
Colors: Blue and Gold
Affiliation: NCAA III
Conference: ECAC West, PAC
Head Coach: Dominick Dawes
Assistant Coach: Brett Berger
2011-12 record: 15-8-3
Last Meeting: Neumann L, 5-4OT
SUNY Morrisville
Away: 1-11 at 7:00 p.m.
Home: 1-12 at 7:00 p.m.
Location: Morrisville, NY
Nickname: Mustangs
Colors: Green and White
Affiliation: NCAA III
Conference: SUNYAC
Head Coach: Brian Grady
Assistant Coaches: Kevin Krogol
& Ted Fauss
2011-12 record: 5-19-1
Last Meeting: Elmira W, 5-2
Wesleyan University
Away: 11-29 at 4:00 p.m.
Hobart College
Away: 1-25 at 7:00 p.m.
Home: 1-26 at 7:00 p.m.
Away: 2-16 at 7:00 p.m.
Manhattanville College
Home: 11-30 at 7:00 p.m.
Home: 12-1 at 7:00 p.m.
Away: 2-9 at 7:00 p.m.
Nazareth College
Away: 1-17 at 7:00 p.m.
Away: 2-1 at 7:00 p.m.
Home 2-2 at 7:00 p.m.
Location: Geneva, NY
Nickname: Statesmen
Colors: Royal, Purple, and Orange
Affiliation: NCAA III
Conference: ECAC West
Head Coach: Mark Taylor ‘85
Assistant Coach: Carl Michaelson
2011-12 record: 16-10-1
Last Meeting: Hobart L, 5-4
Location: Purchase, NY
Nickname: Valiants
Colors: Red and White
Affiliation: NCAA III
Conference: ECAC West
Head Coach: Eric Lang
Assistant Coaches: Phil Grady,
Tyson Terry
2011-12 record: 13-9-3
Last Meeting: Manhattanville L,4-3
Location: Pittsford, NY
Nickname: Golden Flyers
Colors: Purple and Gold
Affiliation: NCAA III
Conference: ECAC West
Head Coach: George Roll
Assistant Coach: Jared DeMichiel
SUNY Brockport
Home: 11-10 at 7:00 p.m.
SUNY Geneseo
Away: 11-9 at 7:00 p.m.
Location: Brockport, NY
Nickname: Golden Eagles
Colors: Green and Gold
Affiliation: NCAA III
Conference: SUNYAC
Head Coach: Brian Dickinson
Assistant Coach: Mark Digby
2011-12 record: 9-13-3
Last Meeting: Brockport L, 4-3
Location: Geneseo, NY
Nickname: Knights
Colors: Blue and White
Affiliation: NCAA III
Conference: SUNYAC
Head Coach: Chris Schultz
Assistant Coach: Kris Heeres
2011-12 record:
Last Meeting: Geneseo L, 4-2
SUNY Oswego
Away: 10-27 at 7:00 p.m.
Home: 1-4 at 7:00 p.m.
SUNY Plattsburgh
Away: 12-29 at 7:00 p.m.
Location: Oswego, NY
Nickname: Lakers
Colors: Green and Gold
Affiliation: NCAA III
Conference: SUNYAC
Head Coach: Ed Gosek
Assistant Coach: Dan Ford
2011-12 record: 24-4-2
Last Meeting: Oswego L, 5-0
Location: Plattsburgh, NY
Nickname: Cardinals
Colors: Red and White
Affiliation: NCAA III
Conference: SUNYAC
Head Coach: Bob Emery
Assistant Coach: Steve Moffat
2011-12 record: 19-5-4
Last Meeting: (2010-11) T, 2-2 OT
SUNY Fredonia
Away: 12-7 at 7:00 p.m.
Home: 1-8 at 7:00 p.m.
Location: Fredonia, NY
Nickname: Blue Devils
Colors: Blue and White
Affiliation: NCAA III
Conference: SUNYAC
Head Coach: Jeff Meredith
Assistant Coach: TJ Manastersky
2011-12 record: 12-11-3
Last Meeting: Elmira W, 2-1
Utica College
Away: 11-16 at 7:00 p.m.
Away: 11-17 at 7:00 p.m.
Home: 1-18 at 7:00 p.m.
Location: Utica, NY
Nickname: Pioneers
Colors: Navy Blue and Burnt
Orange
Affiliation: NCAA III
Conference: ECAC West
Head Coach: Gary Heenan
Assistant Coaches: Geoff Noyes
& Mike Levine
2011-12 record: 15-9-2
Last Meeting: Elmira W, 6-3
Location: Middletown, CT
Nickname: Cardinals
Colors: Red, Black and White
Affiliation: NCAA III
Conference: NESCAC
Head Coach: Chris Potter
Assistant Coaches: Jim Langlois,
Jon Bellonio & Jim Panczykowski
2011-12 record: 12-11-2
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Murray Athletic Center
A Closer Look at the Murray Athletic Center
The Murray Athletics Center, or the Domes, is
the home of the Soaring Eagles Hockey program and has
been for the past 32 years.
In the summer of 2001 a major renovation project took place that included new locker rooms and new
offices for the hockey program, four new multi-purpose
locker rooms and a new sports medicine area. These enhancements to the facility provide the Soaring Eagles with
a state-of-the-art locker room which includes individual
maple player stalls, a stick room with work bench area,
stereo and entertainment center, video editing equipment,
coaches offices and meeting area, intercom system, and
dehumidification system.
The Murray Athletic Center has been one of the
premiere Division III hockey facilities in the country and
these improvements demonstrate the College's commitment to provide the student-athletes with the necessary
facilities to support the athletics programs at the College.
The Soaring Eagles continue to have one of the
highest home attendance averages in the country with frequent sell-out crowds. A truly unique facility that the
Soaring Eagles are happy to call home, and a place where
few opponents enjoy much success.
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Game-By-Game Results
Elmira College Game-by-Game Results, 1973-1983
1973-74
16-5, Club League Schedule
1974-75
12-7-2
Penn St.
Penn St.
St. John Fisher
SUNY Brockport
Hobart
SUNY Buffalo
SUNY Oswego
Lehigh
SUNY Plattsburgh
Canton Tech
St. John Fisher
SUNY Oswego
RIT
Canton Tech
Hobart
Penn St.
Penn St.
RIT
Lehigh
SUNY Brockport
W, 13-1
W, 15-3
W, 7-3
W, 6-5
W, 9-2
W 11-1
W, 4-2
L, 3-14
W, 11-2
W, 5-2
W, 6-4
L, 4-9
W, 8-1
W, 3-1
W, 11-0
L, 5-6
W, 8-1
L, 2-5
1975-76
10-20-1
L, 5-9
L, 1-8
Ithaca
New Haven
L, 4-5
W, 10-1
West Point
L, 1-5
Canton Tech
Hamilton
West Point
Bryant
T, 5-5
L, 2-6
W, 6-1
W, 9-3
Ithaca
W, 3-2 (ot)
RIT
SUNY Brockport
W, 12-1
W, 5-3
New England
Framingham St.
New Haven
L, 3-4
W, 9-3
W, 6-4
Lehigh
Ithaca Stars (EXB)
Wesleyan
SUNY Brockport
SUNY Oswego
W, 9-2
W, 5-3
W, 8-3
W, 5-3
T, 3-3
Royal Military
R.I.T
W, 4-3 (ot)
L, 4-5 (ot)
Air Force
SUNY Buffalo
SUNY Plattsburgh
Canton Tech
Canton Tech
SUNY Oswego
Hamilton
Hamilton
New England
SUNY Plattsburgh
SUNY Plattsburgh
Seneca
Salem St.
Union
Cornell JV
SUNY Brockport
St. Anslem‘s
Bridgewater
A.I.C.
New England
SUNY Cortland
RIT
Ithaca
R.M.C.
Oswego
Cortland
Union
SUNY Brockport
Ithaca
SUNY Geneseo
R.M.C.
1976-77
22-3-0, 20-2-0 ECAC West
L, 3-5
L, 3-4
W, 4-3
L, 3-9
W, 8-6
L, 5-9
L, 3-8
L, 7-8
L, 1-4
W, 7-6
W, 5-1
W, 6-5
L, 2-6
L, 3-5
L, 1-7
W, 3-1
L, 2-7
T, 2-2
L, 4-5
L, 3-6
W, 9-7
W, 7-3
L, 1-8
L, 4-5
L, 5-7
W, 13-4
L, 2-5
L, 3-5
L, 3-4
W, 9-2
L, 3-4
Trent
W, 5-3
SUNY Cortland*
W, 4-3
RIT*
SUNY Buffalo*
Hamilton*
SUNY Plattsburgh#*
SUNY Buffalo#*
SUNY Cortland*
Salem St. *
Norwich*
Bryant*
Army*
SUNY Potsdam*
SUNY Oswego*
SUNY Geneseo*
SUNY Brockport*
St. Anselms*
SUNY Oswego*
RIT*
Canton Tech
W, 5-0
W, 7-6
L, 4-5
W, 9-3
W, 5-1
W, 7-1
W, 6-5
W, 5-4
W, 9-1
L, 4-10
W, 9-1
W, 8-2
W, 15-3
W, 13-1
W, 4-3
W, 5-2
W, 13-1
W, 10-2
SUNY Potsdam*
SUNY Plattsburgh*
W, 10-2
W, 7-2
SUNY Brockport*
W, 5-0
Fairfield*
Merrimack+
W, 10-1
L, 1-5
#Elmira College Tournament
*ECAC West Regular Season Game
+ECAC West Quarterfinal
1977-78
26-6-0, 18-4-0 ECAC West,
12-2-0 NYCHA
Sheridan
Sheridan
W, 15-1
W, 10-3
New Haven*
Bridgewater*
W, 12-6
W, 12-3
Army*
Hamilton*
W, 11-4
W, 9-1
SUNY [email protected]*
W, 12-3
Salem St. *
Bryant*
L, 2-7
W, 6-3
SUNY [email protected]*
W, 5-1
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
L, 4-5
L, 4-6
W, 6-1
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
W, 18-2
W, 6-3
Lake Forest%
Mankato St.!
L, 1-4
L, 3-5
SUNY [email protected]*
Iowa St.#
Babson#*
Union*
Miami (OH)
Miami (OH)
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
Hamilton+
SUNY Plattsburgh^
Middlebury&
W, 5-1
W, 14-1
W, 3-2
L, 1-9
W, 7-1
W, 5-4
W, 4-1
W, 7-5
W, 14-2
W, 9-4
W, 5-1
W, 10-3
W, 5-4
W, 4-3
W, 6-3
1978-79
26-5-0, 21-4-0 ECAC West,
13-1-0 NYCHA
1979-80
25-6-2, 18-2-1 ECAC West,
13-0-1 NYCHA
1980-81
20-10-0, 18-7-0 ECAC West,
10-4-0, NYCHA
1981-82
12-17-0, 11-11-0 ECAC West,
10-4-0 NYCHA
1982-83
14-12-0, 14-11-0 ECAC West,
9-7-0, NYCHA
R.M.C.
R.M.C.
Westfield St.*
W, 9-2
W, 13-1
W, 6-0
R.M.C.
Ohio State
L, 3-7
L, 5-6
McMaster
Wilfrid Laurier
Colgate (EXB)
Army
L, 0-2
Lowell*
St. Law (CAN)
St. Law (CAN)
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
Union*
W, 19-1
W, 4-1
W, 10-3
W, 10-3
Merrimack*
SUNY Plattsburgh*
Westfield St.*
Union*
Holy Cross*
SUNY Plattsburgh*
SUNY [email protected]*
W, 4-1
W, 8-6
L, 0-6
W, 9-6
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
New England*
Merrimack*
L, forfeit
L, forfeit
W, 7-2
New Haven*
Holy Cross*
L, 4-6
W, 5-3
Union*
New Haven*
A.I.C.*
Westfield St.*
(ot)
Maine*
Bryant*
New Haven*
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
[email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
(ot)
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
Army*
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY Buffalo*
SUNY Buffalo^
Middlebury&
W, 6-4
W, 3-2
W, 7-2
L, 2-4
W, 3-2
L, 3-6
W, 13-3
L, 2-4
W, 10-4
W, 9-2
L, 4-7
W, 11-4
W, 7-2
W, 8-2
W, 7-6
W, 5-4
W, 10-0
W, 15-2
W, 13-2
W, 12-1
W, 11-0
W, 4-2
W, 5-4
L, 3-5
@NYCHA Conference Game
*ECAC West Regular Season Game
^ECAC Tournament Semifinal
&ECAC Tournament Final
33
W, 6-1
Mankato St.#
St. Lawrence#
SUNY [email protected]*
Union*
W, 6-2
L, 4-5 (ot)
W, 9-4
W, 5-0
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
Union*
SUNY [email protected]*
Upsala
Upsala
Iona
L, 4-6
L, 2-6
W, 6-2
W, 8-5
W, 7-5
W, 6-3
W, 4-1
W, 5-4
W, 22-1
W, 19-1
SUNY [email protected]*
W, 13-1
W, 7-5
[email protected]*
[email protected]*
T, 2-2
W, 5-1
Holy Cross*
R.M.C
[email protected]*
Hamilton*
[email protected]*
Dutch Nat‟l Team
[email protected]*
[email protected]*
[email protected]*
Colgate
[email protected]*
North Adams St.+
Merrimack%
Mankato St. ?
W, 8-2
T, 5-5
W, 8-0
W, 11-1
W, 10-2
W, 4-2
W, 6-4
W, 6-4
W, 10-2
L, 7-9
W, 10-3
L, 5-7
W, 4-1
L 2-5
@NYCHA Conference Game
*ECAC West Regular Season Game
+ECAC Tournament Quarterfinal
%NCAA Tournament Semifinal
? NCAA Tournament Final
Westfield#*
St. Lawrence#
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
Union*
New Haven*
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
W, 5-3
L, 3-5
W, 8-3
W, 6-2
W, 10-0
W, 8-3
W, 2-0
L, 0-3
W, 6-0
Army
SUNY [email protected]*
W, 8-7
L, 3-7
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
W, 10-1
L, 2-6
W, 4-2
Hamilton*
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
RIT*
W, 3-1
L, 4-5
W, 8-5
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
W, 6-3
W, 4-2
W, 8-1
SUNY Plattsburgh^
L, 2-5
North Adams St.+
W, 13-5
#Elmira College Tournament
@NYCHA Conference Game
*ECAC West Regular Season
Game
+ECAC Tournament Quarterfinal
Army
Guelph (CAN)
SUNY Oswego*
SUNY [email protected]*
Princeton
New England*
Plattsburgh*
[email protected]*
[email protected]*
[email protected]*
[email protected]*
Union*
Clarkson
[email protected] *
[email protected] *
Union*
Hamilton*
[email protected]*
[email protected]*
Plattsburgh*
[email protected]*
[email protected]*
Plattsburgh*
[email protected]*
[email protected]*
[email protected]*
Plattsburgh+
L, 1-4
W, 6-4
L, 3-8
L, 3-7
L, 5-9
W, 5-3
L, 1-7
L, 3-4
L, 5-12
W, 5-3
L, 3-4 (ot)
W, 8-2
L, 5-6 (ot)
L, 1-5
L, 0-8
L, 3-6
W, 7-2
W, 8-4
L, 3-5
W, 3-1
W, 8-4
L, 4-5 (ot)
L, 3-8
W, 5-4
L, 5-12
W, 5-2
W, 4-2
W, 7-4
L, 3-7
Westfield St.*
Cornell (EXB)
L, 3-7
L, 8-9
T, 1-1
[email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
[email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
Union*
L, 2-5
W, 11-2
W, 7-3
L, 4-5
W, 11-1
W, 4-3
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY Plattsburgh*
W, 5-4
W, 5-3
UM-Boston*
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
Hamilton*
SUNY [email protected]*
[email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY Plattsburgh*
SUNY [email protected]*
Union*
SUNY [email protected]*
[email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
L, 9-10
L, 5-6
W, 5-2
W, 4-1
L, 2-6
W, 5-4 (ot)
W, 13-1
L, 3-6
L, 4-8
W, 4-1
L, 1-2
W, 6-2
W, 7-3
@NYCHA Conference Game
*ECAC West Regular Season Game
@NYCHA Conference Game
*ECAC West Regular Season Game
+ECAC Tournament Quarterfinal
2012-13 Elmira College Men‟s Ice Hockey
Game-By-Game Results
Elmira College Game-by-Game Results, 1983-1993
1983-84
17-8-1, 17-7-0 ECAC West,
15-3-0 NYCHA
1984-85
18-9-0, 16-7-0 ECAC West,
13-5-0 NYCHA
1985-86
25-6-0, 21-4-0 ECAC West,
15-3-0, NYCHA
Army
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
[email protected]*
Conestoga
SUNY Brockport*
W, 10-2
W, 5-1
Army
W, 6-2
[email protected]*
W, 7-4
SUNY [email protected]*
L, 3-5
T, 3-3 (ot)
W, 2-1
W, 8-2
W, 9-1
SUNY [email protected]*
L, 1-3
SUNY [email protected]*
RIT*
[email protected]*
W, 6-4
L, 3-5
L, 3-5
SUNY [email protected]*
Guelph
W, 5-1
W, 6-2
[email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
[email protected]*
U-Mass Boston*
Connecticut*
Hamilton*
L, 4-5 (3ot)
W, 8-3
L, 3-4
Hamilton*
SUNY [email protected]*
W, 6-3
SUNY [email protected]*
[email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
W, 7-1
W, 10-1
W, 3-2 (ot)
[email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY Plattsburgh*
W, 3-1
SUNY [email protected]*
[email protected]*
W, 8-5
L, 3-5
SUNY [email protected]*
W, 3-0
SUNY Plattsburgh*
SUNY [email protected]*
L, 1-6
W, 6-4
[email protected]*
W, 3-1
SUNY [email protected]*
[email protected]*
W, 7-0
W, 6-4
SUNY [email protected]*
W, 10-2
SUNY Plattsburgh+
L, 1-6
Union*
W, 6-0
W, 6-5
W, 5-1
L, 1-4
W, 6-0
L, 2-7
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
W, 6-3
W, 12-1
SUNY Plattsburgh*
Princeton
SUNY [email protected]*
[email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
SUNY Plattsburgh*
SUNY [email protected]*
[email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
W, 14-0
W, 15-0
W, 6-3
L, 1-6
W, 7-2
W, 4-2
L, 2-3
W, 5-2
L, 2-5
W, 6-0
L, 2-4
[email protected]*
SUNY [email protected]*
Union+
W, 3-2
W, 7-2
L, 2-3
@NYCHA Conference Game
*ECAC West Regular Season Game
+ECAC West Quarterfinal
@NYCHA Conference Game
*ECAC West Regular Season Game
+ECAC West Quarterfinal
1988-89
19-10-0, 14-7-0 ECAC West
1989-90
24-8-1, 19-3-1 ECAC West
Clarkson
St. Bonaventure*
W, 5-3
W, 16-1
St. Bonaventure*
Union*
L, 3-5
Guelph (CAN)
SUNY Oswego*
Hobart*
New England#*
Michigan-Dearborn#
SUNY Potsdam*
Colgate
SUNY Geneseo*
Hamilton*
Canisius*
Umass-Boston!*
Salem St.!*
St. Bonaventure*
Curry
Merrimack*
SUNY Plattsburgh*
Princeton
RIT*
SUNY Oswego*
SUNY Potsdam*
Hobart*
Canisius*
SUNY Plattsburgh*
RIT*
SUNY Oswego+
RIT^
W, 6-2
W, 5-4 (ot)
W, 7-3
W, 9-2
W, 4-3 (ot)
W, 10-5
L, 4-12
W, 8-5
W, 7-4
W, 8-3
L, 3-4
L, 3-4
W, 10-1
W, 6-5
L, 3-7
L, 2-4
L, 3-6
L, 2-5
W, 7-1
Hobart*
W, 7-4
North Adams#*
St. Anslem#*
SUNY Potsdam*
Mich. Dearborn=
Kent St=
Hamilton*
Canisius*
Kent St.
Kent St.
St. Bonaventure*
New England*
St. Anselm*
W, 7-4
W, 8-4
W, 7-4
W, 7-4
W, 5-2
SUNY Plattsburgh*
Mercyhurst*
RIT*
W, 6-4
L, 1-4
Hobart*
Canisius*
L, 3-4
L, 2-6
L, 3-4
L, 2-5
W, 6-3
L, 2-5
L, 2-7
W, 11-0
W, 7-2
W, 6-5(ot)
W, 9-6
W, 6-2
W, 4-3
W, 4-3
W, 6-2
SUNY Oswego*
SUNY Potsdam*
W, 4-2
W, 7-2
W, 8-3
SUNY Plattsburgh*
RIT*
Binghamton*
W, 6-5
T, 7-7
W, 16-0
L, 5-9
#Elmira College Tournament
!U-Mass Boston Tournament
*ECAC West Regular Season Game
+ECAC West Quarterfinal
^ECAC West Semifinal
34
W, 10-4
L, 4-5
Union*
SUNY Oswego*
Hamilton+
SUNY Oswego^
SUNY Geneseo&
SUNY [email protected]*
[email protected]*
Iona#
Connecticut#*
Union*
[email protected]*
[email protected]*
Westfield !*
Holy Cross!*
[email protected]*
Cortland @*
[email protected]*
[email protected]*
[email protected]*
Plattsburgh*
[email protected]*
[email protected]*
[email protected]*
Plattsburgh*
[email protected]*
[email protected]*
[email protected]*
[email protected]*
Hamilton*
Canisius+
Plattsburgh^
Bemidji%
Bemidji%
Bemidji% (Mini)
W, 3-1
L, 2-3
W, 14-2
W, 9-2
W, 4-0
W, 5-1
W, 3-1
W, 5-3
W, 9-1
W, 11-3
W, 4-1
W, 10-1
W, 4-3 (ot)
W, 5-0
W, 6-2
W, 5-4
W, 14-0
L, 5-6
W, 5-4
L, 1-7
W, 4-0
W, 6-2
W, 10-3
L, 4-7
W, 7-2
W, 6-3
L, 2-3
W, 7-2
W, 6-3
W, 6-5
W, 7-0
W, 9-7
SUNY Plattsburgh%
W, 5-3
SUNY Plattsburgh%
L, 2-4
SUNY Plattsburgh% (Mini) L, 0-1
Hamilton*
SUNY Brockport*
A.I.C.*
North Adams*
St. Bonaventure*
Babson*
SSUNY Plattsburgh*
L, 1-7
SUNY Oswego*
Hobart*
W, 4-2
W, 6-0
A.I.C.#*
North Adams#
U.S. Int‟l San Diego
Canisius*
W, 6-4
W, 7-3
L, 3-4 (ot)
W, 13-2
R.P.I.
Salem St.!*
Umass-Boston!*
Babson*
St. Bonaventure*
L, 1-10
W, 5-3
W, 3-2
L, 3-6
W, 5-2
Geneseo*
Plattsburgh*
W, 9-1
W, 4-0
Canisius*
Mankato St.
SUNY Geneseo*
U. Mass-Boston*
Holy Cross*
SUNY Geneseo*
SUNY Buffalo*
Hobart*
SUNY Plattsburgh*
RIT*
SUNY Oswego*
SUNY Potsdam*
Hobart*
Canisius*
SUNY Buffalo*
RIT*
SUNY Oswego+
W, 5-1
L, 2-3 (ot)
W, 5-4
W, 7-0
W, 3-2 (ot)
L, 3-4 (ot)
W, 5-3
W, 8-5
W, 5-3
W, 10-0
W, 10-0
L, 3-4
W, 5-0
L, 3-6
W, 3-0
Hamilton*
W, 6-3
W, 8-0
R.I.T.*
Oswego*
W, 4-0
L, 1-4
L, 1-3
L, 3-4
Potsdam*
W, 15-4
Hobart*
W, 6-4
Canisius*
Plattsburgh*
R.I.T.*
W, 9-2
W, 7-2
W, 7-1
R.I.T.^
Oswego&
Oswego%
Oswego%
Babson()
Babson()
Babson() (Mini)
Wisconsin-River ?
Wisconsin-River ?
Wisconsin-River ? (Mini)
W, 8-4
W, 8-5
W, 6-3
W, 10-2
L, 3-4
W, 9-1
W, 2-1
L, 1-7
W, 5-3
L, 0-3
W, 4-2
W, 8-1
#Elmira College Tournament
*ECAC West Regular Season Game
+ECAC Tournament Quarterfinal
Waterloo
W, 5-4
Air Force
Air Force
Hobart*
L, 1-4
L, 5-7
W, 6-4
Southern Maine#
Mercyhurst#*
W, 8-3
W, 8-1
SUNY Plattsburgh*
Canisius*
SUNY Brockport*
L, 8-9
W, 3-0
W, 10-2
W, 5-1
W, 6-2
W, 17-1
W, 4-3
UM- Dartmouth=
Salem St.=*
St. Bonaventure*
W, 9-1
L, 1-4
W, 12-2
Binghamton*
W, 11-0
W, 13-1
W, 5-3
W, 10-2
L, 4-5 (ot)
W, 11-4
W, 4-1
W, 8-4
W, 10-0
SUNY Oswego*
W, 7-0
Salem St.*
RIT*
W, 7-4
W, 4-3 (ot)
Mercyhurst*
L, 3-5
SUNY Oswego+
SUNY Geneseo^
Mercyhurst&
Mercyhurst%
Mercyhurst%
Mercyhurst% (Mini)
Mankato()
[email protected]
SUNY Plattsburgh*
New England#*
SUNY Oswego#*
Hamilton*
W, 3-1
W, 5-2
L, 2-6
W, 6-4
Binghamton*
W, 6-2
W, 6-2
W, 4-2
W, 5-1
SUNY Cortland*
Mercyhurst*
RIT*
Hobart*
Canisius*
St. Bonaventure*
SUNY Potsdam*
Guelph (CAN)
Union*
L, 2-9
W, 6-5 (ot)
W, 6-5
SUNY Plattsburgh*
St. Anselm!*
Williams!*
L, 3-6
L, 7-8
Lowell!
Army!
W, 10-1
North Adams#*
Salem St.#*
SUNY Potsdam*
W, 6-1
Union*
SUNY Oswego*
1992-93
25-7-0, 19-5-0 ECAC West
Union*
Hobart*
SUNY Potsdam*
1991-92
21-10-0, 18-4-0 ECAC West
St. Bonaventure*
SUNY Oswego*
1987-88
27-6-0, 20-2-0 ECAC West
L, 2-4
W, 5-3
L, 0-3
1990-91
27-6-0, 23-3-0 ECAC West
W, 11-1
Brock (CAN)!
RIT.!*
SUNY [email protected]*
1986-87
15-9-0, 14-8-0 ECAC West
W, 12-3
W, 6-0
W, 19-0
W, 7-6 (ot)
W, 8-2
W, 6-3
L, 4-5
W, 7-6
W, 2-1 (2ot)
L, 3-7
L, 2-3
St. Bonaventure*
SUNY Oswego*
New England#*
RIT#*
A.I.C.*
Mercyhurst*
Scranton*
RIT*
SUNY Plattsburgh*
Hobart*
SUNY Oswego*
SUNY Potsdam*
Mercyhurst*
North Adams*
RIT*
RIT+
Mercyhurst^
SUNY Plattsburgh%
SUNY Plattsburgh%
W, 7-3
W, 9-2
W, 12-1
W, 7-6 (ot)
W, 6-2
L, 7-10
W, 18-0
W, 8-6
W, 9-6
W, 10-4
W, 8-7
W, 3-2
L, 3-8
W, 8-4
W, 6-4
W, 7-2
L, 0-3
L, 1-3
L, 1-8
#Elmira College Tournament
!Providence Tournament
=Salem State Tournament
*ECAC West Regular Season Game
+ECAC Tournament Quarterfinal
^ECAC Tournament Semifinal
%NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal
St. Bonaventure*
Hobart*
SUNY Plattsburgh*
Scranton*
SUNY Plattsburgh*
SUNY Potsdam*
SUNY Brockport*
Connecticut!*
UMass-Boston!*
St. Bonaventure*
A.I.C.*
SUNY Geneseo*
RIT*
SUNY Oswego*
Mercyhurst*
Hobart*
SUNY Fredonia*
Scranton*
Scranton*
Canisius*
Mercyhurst*
SUNY Oswego*
RIT*
Hobart^
Canisius&
Salem St. %
Salem St. %
Salem St. %
Stevens Point ()
SUNY Plattsburgh @
2012-13 Elmira College Men‟s Ice Hockey
W, 6-0
W, 6-2
W, 6-4
L, 5-7
L, 1-4
W, 14-1
W, 5-4
W, 5-3
W, 11-4
L, 4-6
W, 8-6
W, 8-3
L, 3-5
W, 5-1
W, 8-6
W, 8-6
L, 1-2
W, 3-1
W, 4-1
W, 9-3
W, 9-3
W, 5-4
W, 6-4
W, 4-3 (ot)
W, 6-5
W, 9-3
W, 2-1
L, 2-6
W, 10-4
W, 4-0
L, 2-7
W, 8-3
Game-By-Game Results
Elmira College Game-by-Game Results, 1993-2003
1994-95
9-13-4, 2-4-2 ECAC West
1993-94
21-6-2, 9-1-0 ECAC West
1995-96
13-13-0, 4-4-0 ECAC West
SUNY Cortland
Alaska-Fairbanks
Alaska-Fairbanks
SUNY Oswego#
Mercyhurst#
W, 10-2
T, 5-5
W, 11-2
W, 12-4
W, 5-4
Clarkson
L, 3-8
SUNY Cortland
SUNY Oswego
W, 5-4
W, 7-4
Scranton*
W, 12-0
Union
SUNY Fredonia
L, 5-6
SUNY Potsdam
W, 5-0
SUNY Brockport
SUNY Potsdam!
Southern Maine!
W, 5-2
L, 3-5
W, 7-3
Canisius*
A.I.C.
SUNY Plattsburgh
Hobart*
RIT*
Mercyhurst*
SUNY Oswego
Canisius*
SUNY Geneseo
SUNY Plattsburgh
Hobart*
RIT*
Scranton*
Mercyhurst*
Mercyhurst^
RIT&
Salem%
Salem%
W, 8-1
W, 13-5
W, 5-4
W, 10-3
W, 6-5
L, 5-8
W, 9-4
W, 10-3
W, 4-1
W, 4-3 (ot)
W, 6-5
W, 9-4
W, 20-0
W, 7-5
W, 5-3
L, 2-5
L, 4-6
T, 4-4
SUNY Plattsburgh
W, 9-6
Alabama-Huntsville
Alabama-Huntsville
SUNY Potsdam#
Wisc-Eau Claire#
L, 2-6
W, 7-6
L, 1-7
W, 9-4
L, 6-7
Canisius*
SUNY Fredonia
L, 4-7
L, 1-11
SUNY Oswego
L, 4-7
Alabama-Huntsville
Alabama-Huntsville
L, 5-7
T, 2-2
RIT*
L, 4-10
A.I.C.
Army
W, 5-4(ot)
T, 5-5 (ot)
Mercyhurst*
Canisius*
L, 6-7 (ot)
T, 3-3 (ot)
SUNY Geneseo
W, 7-4
Hobart*
W, 9-6
Hobart*
RIT*
SUNY Plattsburgh
Mercyhurst*
Mercyhurst^
W, 6-5(ot)
T, 5-5 (ot)
L, 4-6
L, 6-7 (ot)
L, 4-5
#Elmira College Invitational
*ECAC West Regular Season Game
^ECAC West Tourn. Semifinal
SUNY Plattsburgh
SUNY Cortland
SUNY Fredonia!
RIT!
Air Force
Air Force
St. Anselm=
Williams=
Buffalo State
SUNY Fredonia
Hamilton#
SUNY Oswego#
SUNY Potsdam
SUNY Plattsburgh
SUNY Oswego
RIT*
Canisius*
Alabama-Huntsville
Mercyhurst*
SUNY Geneseo
Hobart*
Hobart*
Canisius*
RIT*
Mercyhurst*
RIT^
1996-97
15-9-5, 5-3-2 ECAC West
W, 4-2
W, 4-2
W, 4-3
L, 4-10
L, 5-7
W, 5-4
L, 4-5 (ot)
W, 6-4
W, 8-5
W, 4-2
L, 6-7 (ot)
L, 5-8
L, 3-7
L, 2-6
W, 3-2(ot)
L, 4-5
L, 3-6
L, 2-4
L, 1-6
W, 6-0
W, 5-3
W, 5-3
W, 9-2
W, 6-3
L, 2-5
L, 6-10
#Elmira College Tournament
!RIT Tournament
=Bowdoin Tournament
*ECAC West Regular Season Game
^ECAC West Tourn. Semifinal
#Elmira College Tournament
!Middlebury Tournament
*ECAC West Regular Season Game
^ECAC West Tournament Semifinal
&ECAC West Tournament Final
%NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal
1998-99
16-8-2, 4-1-1 ECAC West
1999-00
21-6-0, 5-1-0 ECAC West
SUNY Fredonia
Alabama-Huntsville
Alabama-Huntsville
Buffalo State
Hobart*
SUNY Cortland
W, 12-1
L, 1-5
L, 7-8
W, 8-2
W, 9-1
W, 9-0
Southern Maine#
W, 10-2
SUNY Plattsburgh
Mercyhurst#
Hamilton
Middlebury
SUNY Oswego
Connecticut
SUNY Plattsburgh
SUNY Potsdam
SUNY Fredonia
Williams
SUNY Cortland
SUNY Oswego
RIT*
Mercyhurst*
SUNY Geneseo
RIT*
Hobart*
Mercyhurst*
Mercyhurst^
L, 3-6
W, 1-0 (ot)
W, 5-3
L, 1-2
L, 3-7
W, 5-4
L, 5-9
W, 5-4
W, 7-1
T, 4-4 (ot)
W, 13-2
W, 7-3
T, 4-4 (ot)
W, 7-4
W, 5-3
L, 4-6
W, 6-1
W, 7-4
L, 4-7
#Elmira College Tournament
*ECAC West Regular Season Game
^ECAC West Tournament Semifinal
35
2000-01
16-10-0, 3-3-0 ECAC West
SUNY Oswego
L, 3-4
Wis.-Superior
Wis.-Superior
Hobart*
L, 0-4
W, 2-1
W, 6-3
SUNY Fredonia
SUNY Plattsburgh
SUNY Brockport#
New England#
Hamilton
Trinity
Connecticut
St. Michael‘s!
SUNY Plattsburgh!
SUNY Geneseo
RIT*
Williams
SUNY Fredonia
SUNY Cortland
SUNY Potsdam
Manhattanville*
SUNY Brockport
Wayne
RIT*
Manhattanville*
Hobart*
Manhattanville^
RIT&
W, 6-2
L, 3-8
W, 6-4
W, 9-4
W, 6-3
W, 4-2
W, 9-3
W, 5-3
L, 3-4 (ot)
W, 7-1
W, 3-2(ot)
W, 4-2
W, 4-0
W, 4-0
W, 5-4
W, 7-3
W. 9-0
W, 6-3
L, 1-3
W, 9-3
W, 12-2
W, 7-0
L, 1-3
#Elmira College Invitational
!SUNY Plattsburgh Tournament
*ECAC West Regular Season Game
^ECAC West Tournament Semifinal
&ECAC West Tournament Final
SUNY Oswego
Wis.-Superior
Wis.-Superior
Lebanon Valley
Hobart*
SUNY Brockport
SUNY Plattsburgh
Wis.-Stevens Point
St. Thomas
Hamilton
SUNY Oswego
Williams
Saint Anselm
Umass-Boston
Wentworth
SUNY Geneseo
SUNY Plattsburgh
SUNY Fredonia
SUNY Potsdam
SUNY Cortland
RIT*
Manhattanville*
RIT*
Hobart*
Manhattanville*
Manhattanville^
1997-98
14-11-0, 4-6-0 ECAC West
SUNY Cortland
SUNY Oswego
W, 6-5(ot)
W, 5-4
Hobart*
Buffalo State
W, 7-2
W, 4-1
SUNY Plattsburgh
Niagara*
SUNY Plattsburgh
Bentley
Colby!
Canisius*
SUNY Fredonia=
Hamilton=
Trinity#
Niagara#
SUNY Potsdam
Mercyhurst*
SUNY Oswego
RIT*
Niagara*
Canisius*
Hobart*
SUNY Geneseo
RIT*
SUNY Fredonia
Mercyhurst*
Mercyhurst^
RIT&
St. John‘s%
St. John‘s%
W, 6-5
L, 2-7
W, 4-3
W, 10-4
W, 5-4(ot)
T, 4-4 (ot)
T, 3-3 (ot)
L, 4-8
W, 6-5
L, 2-3
L, 3-4
W, 4-3
L, 2-7
W, 6-3
L, 3-4
L, 3-4
W, 7-1
W, 6-3
W, 12-3
L, 2-5
L, 4-6
L, 4-6
W, 7-4
W, 3-1
W, 6-3
W, 10-6
W, 8-2
W, 6-2
W, 8-6
W, 4-1
W, 7-3
W, 5-1
W, 4-3
L, 3-4 (ot)
L, 2-4
L, 1-7
W, 8-2
W, 7-5
L, 5-6
#Elmira College Invitational
!Cod Fish Bowl Tournament
*ECAC West Regular Season Game
^ECAC West Tournament Semifinals
W, 9-0
Niagara*
Buffalo State
SUNY Plattsburgh
L, 1-3
W, 8-3
W, 6-5
SUNY Fredonia
Bowdoin!
Williams!
Canisius*
Hamilton
Ryerson#
Wis. Eau-Claire#
Mercyhurst*
SUNY Fredonia
SUNY Oswego
SUNY Potsdam
RIT*
SUNY Plattsburgh
Niagara*
L, 2-7
W, 5-2
W, 6-5
L, 1-2
L, 3-4
W, 4-1
L, 2-6
W, 5-4
L, 4-5
W, 5-3
W, 7-1
L, 1-3
L, 1-7
L, 3-6
W, 6-5
T, 3-3 (ot)
SUNY Oswego
T, 3-3 (OT)
L, 1-2
L, 3-5
L, 3-5
RIT*
Hobart*
W, 5-4 (ot)
T, 2-2 (ot)
L, 2-4
#Elmira College Tournament
!Bowdoin Tournament
*ECAC West Regular Season Game
W, 8-2
W, 8-5
Canisius*
SUNY Geneseo
Hobart*
Mercyhurst*
W, 8-5
L, 4-8
W, 6-2
L, 2-4
W, 3-2
W, 5-2
W, 4-3
#Elmira College Tournament
!Colby Tournament
=Hamilton Tournament
*ECAC West Regular Season Game
^ECAC West Tournament Semifinal
&ECAC West Tournament Final
%NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal
2002-03
18-8-2, 6-3-1 ECAC West
2001-02
18-9-0, 8-2-0 ECAC West
L, 3-7
SUNY Cortland
Wis.-Stevens Point
Wis.-Stevens Point
W, 6-3
L, 2-5
Hobart*
SUNY Plattsburgh
W, 8-5
W, 2-1
Neumann*
St. Norbert#
St. John‟s#
SUNY Oswego
Utica*
Williams
Amherst
St. Thomas!
Gustavus Adolphus!
Lebanon Valley
SUNY Geneseo
SUNY Plattsburgh
SUNY Potsdam
RIT*
Hamilton
Neumann*
Utica*
Manhattanville*
RIT*
Manhattanville*
Hobart*
Manhattanville^
RIT&
W, 10-1
W, 5-4 (ot)
L, 7-8 (ot)
L, 6-9
W, 7-0
L, 1-2 (ot)
W, 5-4
W, 6-1
L, 5-6
L, 3-6
W, 11-0
W, 4-1
W, 7-3
W, 4-2
W, 3-1
W, 14-0
W, 5-1
W, 3-2
L, 3-4
L, 2-1
W, 12-1
W, 4-3
L, 1-2
#Elmira College Invitational
!Johnson & Wales Tournament
*ECAC West Regular Season Game
^ECAC West Tournament Semifinals
&ECAC West Tournament Final
St. Norbert
St. Norbert
L, 2-6
L, 2-8
SUNY Plattsburgh
T, 5-5 (ot)
SUNY Oswego*
Marian
Marian
Utica*
Lebanon Valley
Utica*
SUNY Oswego
Johnson & Wales
Williams
Amherst
SUNY Potsdam
SUNY Geneseo
Manhattanville*
Hamilton
Hamilton
Curry
Hobart*
RIT*
RIT*
Hobart*
Neumann*
Neumann*
Manhattanville*
Manhattanville^
RIT&
Middlebury% L, 1-5
W, 4-3 (ot)
W, 10-2
L, 4-5 (ot)
W, 4-3
W, 7-0
W, 8-4
L, 3-5
W, 11-3
W, 7-3
W, 5-3
W, 5-4
W, 5-2
W, 10-1
W, 3-2
W, 3-2
W, 7-3
L, 5-6
T, 5-5 (ot)
L, 3-5
L, 3-5
W, 12-3
W, 9-3
W, 5-4
W, 5-3
W, 4-3
#Elmira College Invitational
!Johnson & Wales Tournament
*ECAC West Regular Season Game
^ECAC West Tournament Semifinals
&ECAC West Tournament Final
%NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal
2012-13 Elmira College Men‟s Ice Hockey
Game-By-Game Results
Elmira College Game-by-Game Results, 2003-2010
2003-04
11-12-2, 4--6-0 ECAC West
Seneca (Exhibition)
2004-05
11-12-3, 6-5-1 ECAC West
SUNY Oswego
W, 5-3
L, 4-6
Manhattanville*
Neumann*
RIT*
L, 2-4
W, 7-3
L, 0-4
SUNY Oswego
Hobart*
SUNY Plattsburgh
Trinity
Stonehill#
Babson#
Johnson & Wales
Wentworth
Norwich!
SUNY Oswego!
Curry
SUNY Potsdam
SUNY Geneseo
Lebanon Valley
Hamilton
Utica*
Hobart*
RIT*
Utica*
Neumann*
Manhattanville*
T, 5-5
L, 5-8
L, 2-3
L, 3-6
W, 4-1
W, 3-1
W, 14-0
W, 3-1
L, 1-7
W, 6-3
Wilfrid Laurier (Exh.)
W, 5-3
SUNY Geneseo
L, 5-6 (ot)
SUNY Oswego
T, 3-3
SUNY Oswego
Utica*
T, 2-2
L, 8-9
Neumann*
Lebanon Valley*
SUNY Plattsburgh
W, 4-2
W, 6-3
L, 2-6
SUNY Cortland
Lebanon Valley*
Utica*
Johnson & Wales
Wentworth
W, 7-2
W, 6-2
L, 2-6
W, 8-1
W, 10-1
W, 7-1
Norwich!
Lake Forest!
SUNY Potsdam
SUNY Brockport
L, 3-4 (ot)
W, 6-2
L, 4-7
L, 2-3
L, 2-5
SUNY Geneseo
RIT*
L, 1-5
L, 3-4
L, 4-5
L, 4-7
Hamilton
W, 5-2
Manhattanville*
T, 1-1
W, 10-1
W, 7-2
Manhattanville*
Neumann*
Hobart*
RIT*
L, 2-4
W, 8-1
L, 5-8
W, 7-6 (ot)
Hobart*
W, 6-3
Utica#
L, 3-4 (ot)
T, 2-2
W, 9-7
L, 4-7
L, 5-6 (ot)
W, 4-3
#Babson Tournament
!Norwich Tournament
*ECAC West Regular Season Game
!Norwich Tournament
*ECAC West Regular Season Game
#ECAC West Tourn. Semifinal
2008-09
16-8-3, 9-3-3 ECAC West
2009-10
19-9-1, 11-4-0 ECAC West
SUNY Morrisville
SUNY Oswego
W 7-1
W 3-2
SUNY Plattsburgh
SUNY Oswego
Hobart
L 6-3
L 6-4
W 4-2
Manhattanville
L 4-3 OT
Utica*
Gustavus Adolphus
Neumann
SUNY Potsdam
W 4-2
L 4-1
W 4-2
W 5-3
SUNY Geneseo
W 2-1
SUNY Morrisville
Hamilton
L 7-2
SUNY Oswego
SUNY Morrisville
W 2-1
L 2-1
SUNY Morrisville
W 6-2
SUNY Fredonia
Neumann *
Lebanon Valley *
W 4-3
W 6-2
W 4-2
W 10-1
W 8-0
Hobart *
Hobart *
Manhattanville *
Utica *
MSOE @
SUNY Oswego @
W 3-2
W 2-0
W 5-4
W 8-1
W 4-2
L 3-1
Neumann*
Neumann*
T 2-2 OT
W 9-2
SUNY Plattsburgh
SUNY Potsdam
T 1-1 OT
W 10-3
Manhattanville*
Manhattanville*
W 4-1
T 1-1 OT
Hobart*
Lebanon Valley*
Lebanon Valley*
L 3-2
W 9-2
W 3-1
SUNY Cortland
Lebanon Valley *
Lebanon Valley *
W 3-0
W 5-0
W 6-3
Utica*
T 4-4 OT
Utica *
Utica *
Hobart *
W 7 -3
W 6-1
L 5-3
Utica*
Neumann#
L 4-3
L 2-1
Neumann *
Neumann *
L 4-1
L 4-3
Neumann^
L 2-1
Manhattanville *
Manhattanville *
Neumann #
Manhattanville &
Curry $
W 3-2
L 1-0
W 4-2
L 4-3 OT
W 4-1
Norwich ^
L 2-1 OT
* ECAC West Regular Season Game
# ECAC West Semifinals
& ECAC West Finals
$ NCAA First Round
^ NCAA Quarterfinals
36
Wilfrid Laurier (Exhib.)
Plattsburgh
W , 3-2
W, 3-2
SUNY Oswego
W, 5-1
SUNY Oswego
L, 3-5
Manhattanville*
Utica*
Hobart*
L, 4-7
L, 1-2, (ot)
L, 5-7
Lebanon Valley*
Neumann*
SUNY Potsdam
SUNYBrockport
W, 9-2
L, 1-2
T, 1-1
W, 6-3
Trinity#
Skidmore#
SUNY Cortland
SUNY Geneseo
L, 3-6
W, 3-1
W, 6-2
W, 4-2
Utica*
Utica*
Hamilton
Hobart*
L, 0-2
T, 1-1
W, 2-1 (ot)
W, 4-2
Neumann*
Neumann*
W, 5-3
W, 4-3 (ot)
Manhattanville*
Manhattanville*
L, 1-5
W, 1-0
Hobart*
Lebanon Valley*
Lebanon Valley*
Hobart^
Utica&
Manhattanville%
Middlebury()
W, 6-1
W, 7-3
W, 3-1
W, 4-3
W, 3-2
W, 2-1 (ot)
L, 1-2
2010-11
17-7-4, 8-3-1 ECAC West
SUNY Oswego
* ECAC West Regular Season Game
# ECAC West Seminfinals
^ NCAA Quarterfinals
2006-07
13-10-4, 7-6-2 ECAC West
2005-06
18-9-2, 8-6-1 ECAC West
SUNY Oswego
SUNY Oswego
SUNY Morrisville
Manhattanville*
Utica*
Neumann*
Curry
Hobart*
SUNY Brockport
[email protected]
[email protected]
SUNY Fredonia
Neumann*
SUNY Cortland
SUNY Plattsburgh
SUNY Fredonia
SUNY Geneseo
Utica College*
Manhattanville*
Manhattanville*
SUNY Cortland
Hobart*
Hobart*
Neumann*
Utica*
Hobart#
Neumann &
Adrian^
@ Skidmore Tournament
# ECAC West Semifinals
& ECAC West Final
^ NCAA Quarterfinals
2007-08
20-4-5, 10-3-2 ECAC West
SUNY Oswego
L, 1-2
SUNY Oswego
L, 2-5
SUNY Plattsburgh
Lebanon Valley*
Neumann
SUNY Potsdam
St. Thomas^
SUNY Oswego^
T, 2-2 (ot)
W, 5-2
L, 4-6
W, 4-2
W, 7-3
L, 1-4
Manhattanville*
Utica*
Buffalo State
Hobart*
Lebanon Valley*
Lebanon Valley*
SUNY Brockport
SUNY Geneseo
L, 3-4
L, 1-3
W, 5-2
L, 1-4
W, 8-4
W, 8-2
T 2-2 (ot)
W, 4-2
SUNY Oswego
W 2-1
SUNY Oswego
Lebanon Valley*
Neumann*
T 4-4 OT
W 4-2
W 3-2
Buffalo State
W 3-0
SUNY Plattsburgh
W 3-2
Utica*
Manhattanville*
W 5-2
W 4-3
SUNY Potsdam
W 3-0
SUNY Brockport
T 4-4 OT
WNEC
W 8-0
Morrisville State
SUNY Geneseo
Lebanon Valley*
Lebanon Valley*
W 5-1
W 6-1
W 4-1
W 8-1
Utica*
Utica*
Hamilton
W, 4-2
T, 1-1 (ot)
W, 5-3
Hamilton
Utica*
Utica*
W 4-0
W 4-3 OT
W 4-2
Hobart*
W, 3-2
Neumann*
Neumann*
W 5-3
L 0-1
Manhattanville*
Manhattanville*
T, 1-1 (ot)
W, 5-3
Hobart*
Manhattanville*
Manhattanville*
T 3-3 OT
T 2-2 OT
W 5-1
Manhattanville#
L, 3-5
Hobart*
Hobart*
L 1-3
T 3-3 OT
Hobart#
Manhattanville&
Trinity^
W 6-3
L 0-1
W 6-1
SUNY Plattsburgh%
L 3-6
Neumann*
Neumann*
Hobart*
Hobart&
L, 2-3 (ot)
W, 7-6
L, 2-7
W, 5-4 (ot)
^ SUNY Oswego Tournament
* ECAC West Regular Season Game
& ECAC West Tournament Game
# ECAC West Tourn. Semifinal
*ECAC West Regular Season Game
& ECAC West Tournament Game
^ NCAA Tournament First Round
% NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal
2011-12
15-9-3, 8-2-2 ECAC West
L1-4
L2-4
W9-2
W2-1
W6-0
L0-1
T 4 - 4 OT
L5-6
W8-4
T 3 - 3 OT
L2-4
W 5 - 4 OT
W4-2
W5-1
T 2 - 2 OT
W3-1
W4-3
W5-1
W3-1
W4-3
W6-4
W3-0
W4-0
L2-4
T 3 - 3 OT
W5-2
W5-1
L3-5
SUNY Oswego
SUNY Oswego
Utica*
Manhattanville*
Neumann*
Hobart*
Middlebury#
Norwich#
Neumann*
SUNY Fredonia
SUNY Brockport
SUNY Geneseo
Fitchburg State
Morrisville State
SUNY Fredonia
SUNY Morrisville
SUNY Morrisville
Utica*
SUNY Cortland
Manhattanville*
Manhattanville*
Hobart*
Hobart*
Utica*
Neumann*
Neumann%
SUNY Oswego^
L, 3-7
L, 2-6
W, 3-1
W, 6-3
W, 4-2
W, 5-3
W, 3-2
L, 2-5
W, 3-2 OT
W, 4-2
L, 3-4 OT
L, 2-4
T, 1-1
W, 4-1
W, 2-1
W, 5-1
W, 5-2
T, 2-2
W, 6-2
W, 7-2
L, 3-4
W, 6-4
L, 4-5
W, 6-3
T, 2-2
L. 4-5
L, 0-5
*Denotes ECAC West Game
# Primelink Shootout in Middlebury, VT
% ECAC West Semifinal Game
^ NCAA Quarterfinals
2012-13 Elmira College Men‟s Ice Hockey
Soaring Eagles in the Pros
Elmira College Soaring Eagles Alumnus in Professional Hockey
Year
Team
Jeff Angelidis ‟00
League
GP
G
A
Pts
PM
2000-01
2005-06
2006-07
Odessa Jackalopes
Kaufbeuren ESV
Jacksonville Baracudas
WPHL
1
Germany 26
SPHL
34
0 0 0
3 8 11
12 22 34
0
0
30
1982-83
Sudrets Hockey Club
Sweden
31
19 37 56
0
1996-97
1996-97
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
Waco Wizards
Columbus Cottonmouths
Hunington Blizzard
B. C. Icemen
Mohawk-Valley Prowlers
WPHL
CHL
ECHL
UHL
UHL
6
8
4
59
22
2
1
0
16
5
3
1
1
41
9
5
2
0
14
10
1988-89
Erie Panthers
ECHL
60
39 32 71
76
1998-99
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2001-02
2001-02
Augusta Lynx
Alexandria Warthogs
Birmingham Bulls
Paisley Pirates
Atlantic-City Boardwalk
Mobile Mysticks
ECHL
WPHL
ECHL
BNL
ECHL
ECHL
8
24
39
15
1
7
0
4
11
6
0
1
6
19
87
74
0
0
1978-79
1978-79
1979-80
Vajxo HC
Tranas HC
Tranas HC
Sweden
Sweden
Sweden
Stats not available
Stats not available
Stats not available
1986-87
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
1993-94
Bournemouth Stags
Slough Jets
Slough Jets
Slough Jets
Slough Jets
Slough Jets
BHL
BHL
BHL
BHL
BHL
BHL
3
26
28
14
32
12
9
79
85
31
64
14
5
67
82
36
75
10
14
146
167
67
139
24
6
51
46
14
44
14
1988-89
Erie Panthers
ECHL
26
2
9
11
23
1992-93
1993-94
1993-94
Fargo-Moorehead Express
Jacksonville Bullets
St. Thomas Wildcats
AHA
SuHL
CoHL
30
24
27
18 19 37
7 14 21
11 8 19
16
6
19
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2008-09
2009-10
2009-10
2010-11
Elmira Jackals
Richmond RiverDogs
Bloomington PraireThunder
Jacksonville Barracudas
Twin City Cyclones
Telford Tigers
Edinburgh Capitals
Swindon Wildcats
Peterborough Phantoms
Mississippi Surge
UHL
UHL
UHL
SPHL
SPHL
EPIHL
EIHL
EPIHL
SPHL
18
52
2
50
52
33
18
36
8
46
1
5
0
18
22
24
4
13
3
15
1
8
0
23
40
42
16
31
6
22
2
13
0
41
62
66
20
44
9
37
8
30
2
65
50
90
8
106
2
34
Dan Archambeault ‟81
Jeremy Baker ‟96
Hank Banas ‟88
Mark Biesenthal ‟99
Ron Bisplinghoff ‟78
Rich Bopray ‟82
Pat Carli ‟88
Bernie Cassell ‟92
Jason Cassells ‟05
David Chiappelli ‟88
1
0
1
25
4
2
10
8
16
0
1
2
14
19
22
0
2
Carolina Thunderbirds
ECHL
3
0
3
3
4
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2006-07
2008-09
Edinburgh Capitals
Alaska Aces
Fayetteville FireAntz
Bloomington PraireThunder
Fayetteville FireAntz
Tours
BNL
ECHL
SPHL
UHL
SPHL
France
36
43
55
32
28
26
5
2
9
0
6
3
12
8
58
8
32
8
17
10
67
8
38
11
16
12
103
18
38
53
1992-93
1993-94
1994-95
1994-95
1995-96
1995-96
1996-97
1996-97
1996-97
1996-97
1996-97
1997-98
1997-98
1997-98
1998-99
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2005-06
Connecticut Coasters
Nashville Knights
Nashville Knights
Phoenix Cobras
San Diego Gulls
Johnstown Chiefs
San Diego Gulls
Orlando Jackals
Utah Grizzles
Houston Aeros
Long Beach Ice Dogs
San Diego Gulls
Anaheim Bullfrogs
Tampa Bay Rollin‘ Thunder
San Diego Gulls
Bakersfield Condors
San Diego Gulls
San Diego Gulls
Fort Worth Brahmas
RHI
ECHL
ECHL
RHI
WCHL
ECHL
WCHL
RHI
IHL
IHL
IHL
WCHL
MLRH
MLRH
WCHL
ECHL
WCHL
ECHL
CHL
5
46
45
9
5
60
45
9
2
1
39
42
1
12
61
16
3
2
2
0
6
1
0
0
5
13
0
0
0
0
7
0
11
5
0
0
1
0
0
6
8
5
1
15
16
7
0
0
3
11
1
29
12
1
0
0
0
0
12
9
5
1
20
29
7
0
0
3
18
1
40
17
1
0
1
0
18
140
223
53
2
363
285
32
0
5
25
291
0
30
276
48
2
17
2
1991-92
1991-92
1992-93
1992-93
1993-94
1993-94
1993-94
1997-98
1999-00
2003-04
Toldeo Storm
Raleigh Icecaps
Raleigh Icecaps
Connecticut Coasters
Dallas Freeze
Richmond Renegades
Sacramento River Rats
New York Riot
B. C. Iceman
Adirondack IceHawks
ECHL
ECHL
ECHL
RHI
CHL
ECHL
RHI
MLRH
UHL
UHL
17
38
60
12
33
20
21
18
1
1
4
0
5
5
2
0
4
5
0
0
5
8
18
25
11
5
14
11
0
0
9
8
23
30
13
5
18
16
0
0
45
72
88
12
22
5
39
10
0
0
Jason Courtemanche ‟93
Sean Cowan ‟91
David Evans ‟97
1997-98
1997-98
1998-99
Baton Rouge Kingfish
Washington Power
Mohawk Valley Prowlers
ECHL
MLRH
UHL
45
12
72
15 22 37
14 12 26
19 25 44
39
16
72
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2010-11
Elmira Jackals
Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees
SC Riessersee
EC Selzburgh Red Bulls
Landshot Cannibals
ECHL
CHL
Germ 2
3
63
51
6
43
0
17
11
0
4
2
97
122
6
91
Nic Dumoulin ‟08
36
Germ 2
0
41
21
0
14
0
58
32
0
18
1993-94
1994-95
1994-95
Team
League
GP
G
A
Pts
PM
Sacramento River Rats
Muskegon Fury
Utica Blizzard
RHI
CoHL
CoHL
3
13
35
0
3
5
3
4
6
3
7
11
4
2
29
Mike Haviland ‟90
1989-90
1990-91
1990-91
Binghamton Whalers
Richmond Renegades
Winston-Salem Thunderbirds
AHL
ECHL
ECHL
4
5
11
2
2
3
0
3
2
2
5
5
0
2
6
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
Elmira Jackals
Elmira Jackals
Fayetteville FireAnts
Elmira Jackals
Fayetteville FireAntz
Richmond Renegades
UHL
UHL
SPHL
UHL
SPHL
SPHL
7
52
14
39
56
52
1
7
9
10
32
16
1
13
3
4
44
26
2
20
12
14
76
42
0
12
10
8
46
60
1992-93
1993-94
1993-94
1993-94
Toronto Planets
Lakeland Ice Warriors
Oklahoma City Blazers
Florida Hammerheads
RHI
SuHL
CHL
RHI
7
19
21
18
2
1
2
5
5
9
4
8
7
10
6
13
6
10
31
12
1985-86
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
Toledo Goaldiggers
Flint Spirits
K-Kissat
K-Kissat
IHL
IHL
Finland
Finland
20
75
44
32
7
35
35
20
7
34
23
16
14
69
58
36
10
78
64
41
1997-98
1998-99
1998-99
B. C. Icemen
B. C. Icemen
Mohawk Valley Prowlers
UHL
UHL
UHL
2
34
12
0
1
0
0
0
2
0
1
2
0
34
21
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2005-06
2006-07
2008-09
Edinburgh Capitals
Edinburgh Capitals
HC Morzine
Nybro Vikings
HC Merano
Ritten Renon
Tours
BNL
BNL
France
Sweden
Italy
Italy
France
34
35
27
5
28
32
25
22
29
19
0
21
12
9
25
33
15
0
27
19
17
47
62
34
0
48
31
26
52
42
82
4
62
56
94
1978-79
1978-79
1979-80
Vajxo HC
Tranas HC
Tranas HC
Sweden
Sweden
Sweden
Stats not available
Stats not available
Stats not available
1994-95
1995-96
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
Raleigh Icecaps
Raleigh Icecaps
Hunington Blizzard
Hunington Blizzard
Hunington Blizzard
ECHL
ECHL
ECHL
ECHL
ECHL
8
7
52
44
10
1
0
5
1
1
3
0
8
14
1
4
0
13
15
2
2
8
58
70
6
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2009-10
2009-10
2010-11
2010-11
Elmira Jackals
Elmira Jackals
South Carolina Stingrays
Fresno Falcons
Binghamton Senators
Johnstown Chiefs
Elmira Jackals
Alaska Aces
HK Dartizan Beogra Slohokoj
Stockton Thunder
UHL
UHL
ECHL
ECHL
AHL
ECHL
ECHL
ECHL
ECHL
7
74
51
41
13
4
30
10
16
39
3
37
8
16
1
0
9
3
17
17
2
25
13
23
2
1
16
2
12
17
5
62
21
39
3
1
25
5
29
34
0
40
34
41
0
0
27
2
20
19
1993-94
Daytona Beach Sun Devils
SuHL
1
0
0
0
2
1993-94
Johnstown Chiefs
ECHL
2
0
0
0
2
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2010-11
Elmira Jackals
Elmira Jackals
New Mexico Scorpions
New Mexico Scorpions
New Mexico Scorpions
Bloomington PrairieThunder
Bloomington Prarie Thunder
Arizona Sundogs
UHL
UHL
CHL
CHL
CHL
IHL
CHL
CHL
7
70
57
60
64
4
30
20
1
7
24
29
35
0
3
5
4
8
22
34
36
4
8
15
5
15
46
63
71
4
11
20
9
209
115
57
66
4
47
14
1986-87
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
Erie Golden Blades
Carolina Thunderbirds
Carolina Thunderbirds
Knoxville Cherokees
Knoxville Cherokees
ACHL
ACHL
AAHL
ECHL
ECHL
28
26
45
59
43
7
0
9
3
2
12
12
27
19
15
19
12
36
22
17
50
29
61
100
79
2004-05
2005-06
2005-06
2006-07
2006-07
2007-08
Elmira Jackals
Elmira Jackals
Rochester Americans
Elmira Jackals
Quad City Mallards
Texas Brahmas
UHL
UHL
AHL
UHL
UHL
CHL
3
61
1
69
4
60
0
1
0
3
0
0
0
6
0
11
0
4
0
7
0
14
0
4
0
313
4
171
6
168
2009-10
2010-11
2010-11
Elmira Jackals
Mississippi Surge
Mississippi River Kings
ECHL
SPHL
CHL
2
41
10
0
21
1
0 0
28 49
4 5
0
35
6
1997-98
1999-00
Madison Monsters
Madison Kodiaks
UHL
UHL
3
1
2
0
1
0
3
0
0
0
1996-97
El-Paso Buzzards
WPHL
2
0
0
0
18
1981-82
Manchester Blackhawks
NenHL
1
1
0
1
0
1992-93
Bracknell Bees
BHL
36
20
28 48
113
2010-11
2010-11
Huntsville Havoc
Mississippi Surge
SPHL
SPHL
1
53
0
3
0
8
0
10
Dean Jackson ‟03
Jules Jardine ‟91
Kurt Kalweit ‟84
Chris Kavanaugh ‟98
1988-89
Mike Clarke ‟03
Year
Peter Feola ‟94
Steve Kaye ‟02
Pat Kennedy ‟78
Kyle Kirkpatrick ‟95
Jarrett Konkle ‟05
Luc Larose ‟94
Gord Law ‟93
Craig Macdonald ‟05
Sean Mangan ‟86
Chris Mann ‟05
Rusty Masters ‟10
Paul Matheson ‟96
Tony McGee ‟86
John McLaren ‟80
Greg Moore ‟92
Greg Moore ‟10
2011-12 Elmira College Men‟s Ice Hockey
0
11
Soaring Eagles in the Pros
Year
Team
Andrew Morris ‟06
League
GP
G
A
2006-07
2007-08
2007-08
Jacksonville Barracudas
Jacksonville Barracudas
Pensacola Ice Pilots
SPHL
SPHL
ECHL
46
31
9
7
5
0
22 29
18 23
1 1
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
Raleigh Icecaps
Lakeland Prowlers
Columbus Cottonmouths
Columbus Cottonmouths
Odense
New Mexico Scorpions
New Mexico Scorpions
Elmira Jackals
Syracuse Crunch
Elmira Jackals
Elmira Jackals
New Mexico Scorpions
Corpus Christi Rayz
ECHL
SHL
CHL
CHL
Denmark
WPHL
WPHL
UHL
AHL
UHL
UHL
CHL
CHL
2
0
0
60
40
69
65
36
69
70
37
63
stats unavailable
68
36
56
71
37
50
70
22
48
1
0
0
76
26
67
76
17
39
60
34
37
63
16
38
0
109
105
100
0
35
42
64
92
87
70
0
93
56
71
54
22
42
41
0
38
26
30
66
Timi Skaggs ‟86
1981-82
Fitchburg Trappers
ACHL
6
0
0
0
4
Russell Smith ‟08
2002-03
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
Elmira Jackals
Cape Fear Fire Ants
Elmira Jackals
Port Huron Beacons
UHL
ACHL
UHL
UHL
0
22
38
13
0
2
1
0
0
0
2
3
0
2
3
3
0
36
25
22
1987-88
Carolina Thunderbirds
AAHL
9
1
3
4
9
1997-98
1997-98
1998-99
Fussen Lepoards
Konigsbrunn Pinguine
Cherbourg Vikings
S. Ger
S. Ger
France
10
11
12
0
0
20
0 0
1 0
19 39
12
2003-04
2003-04
2004-05
2004-05
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2010-11
Johnstown Chiefs
Florence Pride
Motor City Mechanics
Dayton Bombers
Fort Wayne Komets
Elmira Jackals
Fayetteville FireAntz
Twin City Cyclones
Twin City Cyclones
Herforder EV
ECHL
ECHL
UHL
ECHL
UHL
UHL
SPHL
SPHL
SPHL
Germ 4
38
17
1
3
22
49
56
49
16
21
2
4
0
0
3
3
10
9
5
23
4
4
0
0
1
6
27
19
2
28
6
8
0
0
4
9
37
28
7
51
4
8
0
0
17
3
109
51
8
2
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2009-10
Elmira Jackals
Twin Cities Cyclones
Mississippi Surge
Mississippi Surge
ECHL
SPHL
SPHL
SPHL
2
60
51
54
0
29
24
18
0
43
51
44
0
72
75
62
0
72
90
73
1994-95
1994-95
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1997-98
1997-98
1998-99
1998-99
1999-00
Brantford Smoke
Thunder Bay Senators
Johnstown Chiefs
HC Fassa
Bracknell Bees
Tuscon Gila Monsters
Columbus Cottonmouths
Peiting
Saginaw Gears
Mohawk Valley Prowlers
Basingstoke Bison
CoHL
CoHL
ECHL
Italy
BISL
WCHL
CHL
Ger
UHL
UHL
BNL
1
25
11
30
36
42
7
2
30
4
12
0
2
0
15
14
13
1
0
3
0
3
0
6
4
15
9
34
1
0
9
1
4
0
8
4
30
23
47
2
0
12
1
7
5
19
16
75
42
97
12
2
41
2
32
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2009-10
2010-11
Edinburgh Capitals
Edinburgh Capitals
Fife Flyers
Merano
Merano
Appiano
Tours
Neumark
Guildford Flames
Herforder EV
BNL
BNL
BNL
Italy
Italy
Italy
France
Italy
EPIHL
Ger 4
36
35
34
45
32
39
19
10
16
10
26
31
8
24
11
27
11
2
7
16
24
32
26
39
29
49
6
10
16
12
50
63
34
63
40
76
17
12
23
28
38
22
38
107
28
30
30
10
4
22
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
1999-00
2000-01
Tiburg Trappers
Crimmitschau
Central Texas Stampede
Waco Wizards
Adirondack Icehawks
Hlnd
Ger
WPHL
WPHL
UHL
0
47
35
20
52
0
16
7
12
6
0
21
15
11
23
0
37
22
23
29
0
103
28
21
70
2005-06
Jacksonville Barracudas
SPHL 5
2
0
2
0
Randy Murphy ‟95
Bill Orr ‟86
Geoff O‟ Leary ‟02
Mike Parody ‟87
Andy Pefhany ‟90
Josh Piro ‟03
Michael Richard ‟08
Peter Romeo ‟94
Adrian Saul ‟00
Brad Shaver ‟96
Justin Siebold ‟05
Goaltending
Year
Team
GAA
W-L-T SV SP
Tony Mongillo ‟88
1988-89
Erie Panthers
20-7-1
824
1989-90
Knoxville Cherokees
2-4-0
297
Pts
PM
68
46
6
Year
Team
2005-06
2005-06
2005-06
2006-07
Tulas Oilers
Richmond Riverdogs
Pee Dee Cyclones
Quad City Mallards
Jason Silverthorn ‟03
League
G
PG A Pts PM
1
0
5
0
1
0
10
0
2
0
15
0
2
0
38
0
CHL
UHL
SPHL
UHL
5
2
24
1
2003-04
2003-04
2004-05
2004-05
2006-07
2007-08
2009-10
2010-11
Winston-Salem T-Birds
San Angelo Saints
Motor City Mechanics
Jacksonville Barracudas
Edinburgh Capitals
Cardiff Devils
Hull Stingrays
Hull Stingrays
ACHL
CHL
UHL
SPHL
EIHL
EIHL
EIHL
EIHL
33
13
9
38
39
53
43
55
13
2
0
25
20
25
21
20
18
4
2
27
23
32
26
31
31
6
2
52
43
57
47
51
18
6
2
23
20
18
30
30
1987-88
1987-88
1988-89
1988-89
Carolina Thunderbirds
Johnstown Chiefs
Johnstown Chiefs
Knoxville Cherokees
AAHL
AAHL
ECHL
ECHL
13
6
30
3
5
1
5
0
6
0
4
1
11
1
9
1
14
2
48
17
2007-08
2008-09
2008-09
2008-09
2009-10
2009-10
2009-10
2010-11
Elmira Jackals
Twin Cities Cyclones
New Mexico Scorpions
Bloomington Prairie Thunder
Bloomington Prairie Thunder
Muskegon Lumberjacks
Dayton Gems
Mississippi River Kings
ECHL
SPHL
CHL
IHL
IHL
IHL
IHL
CHL
7
32
11
33
19
25
29
66
0
3
0
3
3
1
3
6
1
15
1
7
6
5
5
17
1
18
1
10
9
6
8
23
37
118
37
103
82
77
74
193
2004-05
2005-06
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
Augusta Lynx
Bayreuth ESV
Florida Seals
Florida Seals
Fayetteville FireAntz
Heerenveen Flyers
Fayetteville FireAntz
Fayetteville FireAntz
ECHL
Germany
SPHL
SPHL
SPHL
HInd
SPHL
SPHL
34
3
54
26
21
24
60
3
3
0
9
0
6
6
9
0
7
3
19
21
13
14
32
1
10
3
28
21
19
20
41
1
12
8
24
24
12
28
55
4
1992-93
1992-93
1993-94
1994-95
Raleigh Icecaps
Louisville Icehawks
Philadelphia Bulldogs
Philadelphia Bulldogs
ECHL
ECHL
RHI
RHI
5
53
9
19
0
20
5
11
0
36
2
10
0
56
7
21
0
53
6
24
1988-89
1997-98
Erie Panthers
Fort Worth Fire
ECHL
CHL
38
2
9
1
21 30
0 1
42
2
1996-97
Angers
France
31
14
7
21
14
1993-94
Nashville Knights
ECHL
54
2
13 15
68
1992-93
1993-94
1993-94
Medway Bears
Thunder Bay Senators
Utica Bulldogs
BHL
CoHL
CoHL
32
50
57
47
1
8
52 99
1 0
28 36
8
1989-90
1991-92
Johnstown Chiefs
St. Thomas Wildcats
ECHL
CoHL
50
14
11
1
18 29
5 6
251
26
BHL
BHL
CoHL
IHL
28
4
1
6
1
3
0
0
22
2
1
2
23
4
1
2
26
0
0
6
ECHL
AHA
CoHL
CoHL
CHL
CHL
23
23
10
17
29
9
7
9
1
1
2
1
7
17
4
4
13
2
14
26
5
5
15
3
22
66
63
60
100
21
Lawne Snyder ‟04
Joe Spinelli ‟92
George Swarbrick ‟88
Jeremy Tabb ‟96
Chris Wayland ‟93
Matt Weir ‟92
Dan Williams ‟89
Dave Wilson ‟90
1990-91
1990-91
1991-92
1991-92
Oxford City Stars
Murrayfield Racers
St. Thomas Wildcats
Indianapolis Ice
Glen Wisser ‟91
1991-92 Dayton Bombers
1992-93 Green Bay Ice
1992-93 St. Thomas Wildcats
1993-94 Chatham Wheels
1994-95 Dallas Freeze
1995-96 Fort Worth Fire
League
GP
Min
GA
SO
ECHL
0.873
ECHL
0.879
31
1726
120
2
4.17
11
444
41
0
5.54
Dave Laudato ‟94
1994-95
Jacksonville Bullets
1994-95
Utica Blizzard
SuHL
CoHL
26
3
1439
134
109
13
1
0
4.55
5.83
13-12-0
1-2-0
733
58
0.871
0.817
Jim Dineen ‟98
1998-99
1998-99
1999-00
Fort-Worth Brahmas
B.C. Icemen
B.C. Icemen
WPHL
UHL
UHL
11
2
9
547
63
189
37
5
7
0
0
0
4.06
4.75
2.23
2-5-2
0-1-0
2-0-0
286
40
68
0.885
0.889
0.907
Bryan Musa ‟96
1996-97
Memphis River Kings
CHL
1
Statistics Not Available
Ben Sadler ‟04
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Soaring Eagles Coaching
Mike Haviland ’90
Assistant Coach
Chicago Blackhawks
NHL
Gene Reilly ’86
Assistant Coach
EC Red Bull Salzburg
Austria Ice Hockey
Tim Gerrish ’77
Goaltender’s Coach
USA Women’s Hockey
Aaron Saul ’98
Head Men’s Coach
Elmira College
ECAC West
Dean Jackson ’03
Head Women’s Coach
Elmira College
ECAC West
Mark Taylor ’85
Head Men’s Coach
Hobart College
ECAC West
Bernie Cassell ’92
Assistant Coach
New York Islanders
NHL
Dave Gregory ’84
VP of Operations
NHL
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Rick Seeley ’87
Head Women’s Coach
Quinnipiac University
ECAC
Dave Smith ’77
Health & Wellness
Officials Association
NHL
Greg Fargo ’06
Head Women’s Coach
Colgate University
ECAC
Gary Archambeault ’85
Head Men’s JV Coach
Assistant Men’s Coach
Elmira College
Jay Green ’80
Head Women’s Coach
SUNY Potsdam
SUNYAC
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Elmira College Sports Administration
Pat Thompson ‟75, MS ‟88
Vice President of Athletics
Now entering her thirty-third year
as part of the Elmira College Administration, Pat Thompson, ‘75, MS ‘88,
is committed to overseeing a quality
athletics program, with student-athletes
who excel on the field, and also in the classroom. In her 24
years as the Director of Athletics at Elmira College, the
quality of athletics at the College has grown exponentially.
Highlights of Thompson‘s tenure include:
 Increased participation opportunities for studentathletes, which now include sixteen varsity and ten
junior varsity sports;
 Improved facilities, equipment, and expanded sports
medicine services;
 Athletic success in all three seasons for both men‘s and
women‘s programs credited to the expanded opportunity to recruit high caliber student-athletes, development of competitive schedules, initiation of a graduate
assistant program, along with a staff of qualified and
dedicated coaches;
 Initiation of the Student-Athlete Advisory Board,
which is a representative committee of all studentathletes at Elmira College (varsity and junior varsity);
 Initiation of NCAA CHAMPS-Life Skills program;
 Conference affiliation in the Empire 8;
 Promotion of camps, clinics, and community service
programs for area youth, including SOAR (StudentAthletes Offer Assistance in Reading).
In 2001, Thompson implemented the women‘s ice
hockey program at Elmira College. In their first season of
Division III competition, the 2002 Soaring Eagles won the
National Title and repeated in 2003.
Dean Thompson played a major role in the construction project management of Emerson Hall, which opened in
1996. This facility has created many new programming
opportunities and has brought the excitement of basketball
and volleyball back to Campus. She also has managed the
Murray Athletic Center hockey locker room renovation
project. This upgrade and addition is a major enhancement
to the Soaring Eagles ice hockey program.
She has received a variety of accolades and awards for
her hard work. In addition to receiving the Paul Brand
Athletics Staff Award in 1983 and 1996, the Elmira College
Student Association recognized her as ―Administrator of the
Year‖ in 1992. In 1995, Thompson received the Douglas
Anderson Award in recognition of her excellence in administrative leadership at Elmira College. The Chemung County Chamber of Commerce honored her as the recipient of
the 1997 Athena Award which recognizes exceptional individuals who demonstrate support of professional women
and work unselfishly on their behalf; provide valuable service to his or her business or profession; and exhibit initiative and creativity.
In addition, Thompson has been an active member of
numerous NCAA committees, including the NCAA Council, Committee on Women‘s Interests, Promotions and
Public Relations and the Division III Steering Committee.
She has also been an active participant on the ECAC Executive Council, Robbins Scholar-Athlete Committee, and
ECAC Commissioner Search Committee. She currently
serves on the Community Foundation Board and serves as
an officer on the St. Joseph‘s Hospital Board.
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EC Sports Administration Staff
Jen Bozek MS ‟00
Senior Associate Director
of Athletics
Aaron Saul ‟98
Administrative AssistantEligibility and Academic
Support
Jeremiah Kneeland „05
Director of Community
Outreach and Intramurals
Michael Letzeisen
Associate AD
Director of Murray
Athletic Center
Randie Torgalski
Administrative Assistant-Athletics
Scheduling and Game Management
Rhonda Faunce
Director of Physical
Education
2012-13 Elmira College Men‟s Ice Hockey
Elmira College Sports Medicine
Dave Tomkalski, MA, ATC
Dave Tomkalski, Elmira College‘s Head Athletics has coordinated the Sports Medicine services
for the Soaring Eagles athletics
program since 1993. Additionally,
Dave is an instructor in Physical
Education, teaching courses in
sports medicine.
Dave earned a Bachelor‘s Degree in Physical Education and
Athletic Training from the University of Toledo and a Master‘s
Degree in Sports Medicine from Western Michigan University.
He is certified by the NATA (National Athletic Trainers Association) and the state of New York, as well as being a certified
instructor for the American Red Cross in First Aid and CPR..
Prior to his arrival at Elmira College, Dave served as the
Head Athletics Trainer at Trinity College in Hartford, CT, The
American University in Washington, DC, a Sports Medicine
Clinic in eastern Pennsylvania and as an Assistant Athletics
Trainer at Grand Valley State College in Allendale, MI.
In addition, Dave has worked as an intern trainer with the
Cleveland Cavaliers of the NBA, the Head Athletics Trainer for
the Washington Diplomats of the APSL (American Professional Soccer League), and as a Staff Trainer for the 1984 Olympic
Wrestling Trials. Dave is one of the founders and the first president of the District of Columbia Athletic Trainers Association.
He is an active member of the Elmira community, having presented at many clinics and symposiums, including lecturing
volunteers of the Special Olympics on how to recognize and
treat injuries.
Allyson Campion
Campion enters her second year with the Elmira
College Sports Medicine Staff. She is a recent graduate of Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY. While at
Marist she earned a B.S. in Athletic Training. As a
student, she worked with several athletics team ranging from Football to Men‘s Volleyball. Also she
shadowed a local Orthopedic, Chiropractor, Physiatrist and Physical Therapist. After Graduation, she passed the Board of
Certification for Athletic training and completed her training as an
EMT in April of 2011. Allyson will be working to obtain her Master‘s
Degree while she is here in Elmira.
Amanda Bachmann
Bachmann joins the Elmira College Athletics Department in her first year as the Assistant Athletics
Trainer. Bachmann, a 2011 graduate of Central
Connecticut State University (CCSU) majoring in
Athletic Training, has spent over 1200 hours of
observation in CCSU‘s Athletic Department performing injury evaluations, rehabilitation, and covering practices and contests. Bachmann holds certifications in BOC, CPR and AED and is an Emergency Medical Technician. Amanda is pursuing a Master‘s Degree in General Education at
Elmira College.
Sara Cline
Cline joins the Elmira College Athletics Department in her first year as an Assistant Athletic Trainer. Cline, a 2012 graduate of Kean University,
spent four years as a member of the Kean University Athletic Training program. The Union Beach,
NJ native has extensive clinical practice that includes evaluation, assessment, rehabilitation, and
treatment of both previous and new injuries and
illnesses of all athletes in the clinic. She has provided season coverage of practices and games for the sports of field hockey, men‘s basketball, football, and women‘s lacrosse. Sara is pursuing a
Master‘s Degree in General Education at Elmira College.
Justin Gruver
Student Athletic Training Staff
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Gruver joins the Elmira College Athletics Department in his first year as the Assistant Athletics
Trainer. Gruver, a 2012 graduate of Iowa State
University of Science and Technology, spent one
year each working with the Iowa State University
football and wrestling programs. A Kinesiology
major with an option in Athletic Training, he has
experience in injury prevention and management
and the evaluation and assessment of injuries. Justin is pursuing a
Master‘s Degree in Health Services Management at Elmira College.
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2012-2013 MEN‟S VARSITY update*
ICE HOCKEY SCHEDULE
DATE
Oct. 27
Nov. 2
Nov. 3
Nov. 9
Nov. 10
Nov. 16
Nov. 17
Nov. 30
Dec. 1
Dec. 7
Dec. 8
Dec. 28
Dec. 29
Jan. 4
Jan. 11
Jan. 12
Jan. 17
Jan. 18
Jan. 25
Jan. 26
Feb. 1
Feb. 2
Feb. 8
Feb. 9
Feb. 16
Feb. 20
Feb. 23
Mar. 2
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
OPPONENT
SITE
SUNY Oswego
A
Neumann University*
H
Neumann University*
H
SUNY Geneseo
A
SUNY Brockport
H
Utica College*
A
Utica College*
A
Manhattanville College*
H
Manhattanville College*
H
SUNY Fredonia
A
SUNY Fredonia
H
Amherst College#
N
Plattsburgh State or Wesleyan#
N
SUNY Oswego
H
SUNY Morrisville
A
SUNY Morrisville
H
Nazareth College*
A
Utica College*
H
Hobart College*
A
Hobart College*
H
Nazareth College*
A
Nazareth College*
H
Neumann University*
A
Manhattanville College*
A
Hobart College*
A
ECAC First Round
N
ECAC West Semifinals
N
ECAC West Championship
N
NCAA Division III First Round
A
NCAA Division III Semifinals
A
NCAA Division III Championship A
TIME
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m.
4 or 7 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
* Denotes ECAC West Conference game
# Cardinal Classic in Plattsburgh, NY
JUNIOR VARSITY MEN‟S ICE HOCKEY SCHEDULE
Home Games are
DATE
OPPONENT
Sun., Oct. 21
Sat., Nov. 10
Sun., Nov. 11
Sat., Dec. 1
Sun., Dec. 2
Sat., Jan. 26
Sun., Jan. 27
Erie CC
Tri City Eagles
Tri City Eagles
Lake George Fighting Spirit
Lake George Fighting Spirit
Philadelphia Jr. Jackals
Philadelphia Jr. Jackals
SITE
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
TIME
3:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
10:00 a.m.
3:00 p.m.
12:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
11:00 a.m.
Wed., Jan. 30
Broome CC
A
7:05 p.m.
Thu., Jan. 31
Broome CC
H
8:00 p.m.
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