Buffalo State outlasted a late push by SUNY Brockport at the Wegmans Ice
Arena for the, 4-3, win on Saturday night. The Golden Eagles drop to
3-7 overall and 2-5 in SUNYAC play.
Chase Maxwell opened up the scoring on power play goal with just under two minutes left to play in the first period. Maxwell was assisted by Alex Monteleone and Connor Galloway. Brockport would take a 1-0 lead into the first intermission.
Joe Glamos tied the score at 1-1 while Buffalo State had a man-up advantage from a Brockport penalty. Just before the end of the second period, Nikita Kozyrev would give the Bengals the lead, 2-1, going into the third.
Buffalo State kept its momentum, adding two more goals at the start of the third period. Drayton Todoroff scored unassisted just 1:20 into the period and Jared Figueroa would increase the Bengals lead to 4-1 a few minutes later.
The Golden Eagles showed great resilience as Jake Mendeszoon scored his second of the season halfway through the final period. He deflected the puck past the goalie, with assists being credited to Scott Ramaekers and Andrew Harley.
With just under three minutes left in regulation, Connor Galloway tallied his fourth goal of the season to make it a 4-3 game. Adam Beauvais assisted on the score, as the Green and Gold made the game interesting down the final stretch.
Bengals goaltender Emil Norrman stood strong as Brockport tried to find a late equalizing goal, keeping the Golden Eagles out of the net. Buffalo State held off the comeback attempt to walk away with the one goal victory.
Brockport goaltender Nolan Egbert played nearly the full 60 minutes in net, coming up with 19 saves including some huge breakaway stops.
The Golden Eagles return to conference play next Friday, December 9th at Wegmans Ice Arena to square off with SUNY Geneseo. It is the Teddy Bear Toss game so don't forget to bring a teddy bear or new stuffed animal to Friday night's game for free admission.
Monday, December 5, 2022
Buffalo State outlasted a late push by SUNY Brockport at the Wegmans Ice
Arena for the, 4-3, win on Saturday night. The Golden Eagles drop to
3-7 overall and 2-5 in SUNYAC play.
The SUNY Brockport men's ice hockey team fell to Fredonia State, 1-0, on
the road Friday night. Brockport moves to 3-6 overall and 2-4 in the
The lone goal in the game came from Fredonia's Ryan Bailey. He put the puck into the back of the net at 11:01 in the third period. Brockport was unable to answer, resulting in the loss.
Brockport put up a total of 39 shots during the 60-minute effort. Connor Galloway was the top of the list leading the team with six shots on goal followed by Andrew Harley with five shots.
Alex Monteleone, Jake Mendeszoon, Ryan Brow, Manny Sanchez, Josh Grund, Adam Beauvais, Scott Ramaekers, Chris Aarons, Zach Norby, Sam Dibitetto, Jacob Rodrigue, Jordan Rosenbaum and Chase Maxwell also recorded shots for the Green and Gold.
Aidan Curry spent 59:17 minutes between the pipes, making a total of 38 saves and allowing one goal.
Monday, November 28, 2022
The SUNY Brockport Men's Ice Hockey team fell to Elmira College on
Saturday afternoon 6-3, at the Murray Athletic Center. Elmira is now 5-4
overall and 3-1 in the New England Hockey Conference. Brockport falls
to 3-5 overall and 2-3 in the SUNYAC conference.
After a strong 20 minutes of play for the Soaring Eagles, Brockport went into the first intermission trialing 0-4.
Early in the first at 1:05 Josh Higgins received the puck from teammate Jacob Rodrigue and buried the puck in the back of the net. Marking the first of 3 goals for the Green and Gold. Elmire scored one more time in the second, sending Brockport into the third trialing 1-5.
At 2:08 in the second Andrew Harley capitalized on a power play opportunity scoring the second goal for the Golden Eagles. Harley was assisted by teammates Josh Grund and Chase Maxwell. Elmira scored their final goal at 7:08 in the third.
With one second left on the clock Dominic Chirico took a shot that rebounded of Elmira's goalie, landing in front of Matt Anastasio who snuck it in the net.
Nolan Egbert spent the first 47:52 minutes in the game before Dylan Wiemer stepped in for the last 12:08. Egbert made a total of 31 saves, allowing six goals. Wiemer made 10 saves and allowed no goals.
Monday, November 21, 2022
Brockport Hockey Beaten Up By Cortland
By Michael Rose / Staff Writer
An ugly start resulted in another tough loss for the Brockport hockey team, as they fell 6-1 to Cortland. Cortland pounced on the Golden Eagles early on as they found the back of the net five times in the opening period. Peppering 20 shots on frame in the first, the Red Dragons dominated early and never looked back.
Domenic Settimo was the driving force for the Red Dragons, scoring four goals all of which came in the first period. Nate Berke and Devlin O’Kane netted the other two goals on the night for Cortland. Brockport’s sole goal came from Chase Maxwell, assisted by Chris Aarons and Scott Ramaekers.
The Golden Eagles were outshot 47-43 overall in the game. Special teams proved to be a difference maker as Cortland went 1-2 on the power play to the Golden Eagles’ 0-3. The biggest miscue by Brockport, beyond the goose egg with the man advantage, was Cortland netting two goals well shorthanded. Both of those goals came to start the game separated by just 18 seconds. The Golden Eagles power play is now just 2-29 on the season.
Brockport now sits with a record of 3-3 on the season following the
loss. The Green and Gold will next be in action Saturday when they take
on Oswego State.
From the 19 November 2022 Brockport Stylus: https://thestylus.org/brockport-hockey-beaten-up-by-cortland/
The SUNY Brockport Men's Ice Hockey team fell, 4-1, to Oswego State on
Saturday. Brockport now moves to an overall record of 3-4 and 2-3 in
conference. Oswego now sits at an overall season record of 6-1 and a
conference record of 5-0.
Oswego came out swinging with a goal at 1:26 into the first period. The Golden Eagles went into the first intermission trailing by one, after keeping the Lakers out of the net for the rest of the period.
At 7:07 into the second, Oswego added another goal to its tally on the scoreboard to go up, 2-0.
Shortly after, Adam Beauvais received the puck from across the ice and scored. Beauvais was assisted by teammates Connor Galloway and Jacob Rodrigue.
The Golden Eagles battled hard to close out the second period before heading into the second intermission down by one goal.
At 8:04 into the third period, the Lakers scored to make it a two-goal deficit for Brockport. Just two minutes later, Oswego scored again to create the comfortable, 4-1, final score.
Between the pipes for the Green and Gold was senior Aidan Curry. Aidan spent 59:26 minutes in the goal recording a total of 42 saves and allowing four goals.
SUNY Cortland defeated SUNY Brockport, 6-1, in the SUNYAC home opener at
Wegmans Ice Arena Friday night. With the loss Brockport moves to 3-3
overall and 2-2 in the conference.
The visiting Red Dragons opened the scoring with a short-handed goal at 2:47 in the first period, thanks to Domenic Settimo. Settimo would strike again just 18 seconds later, for another short-handed goal to increase the Cortland lead to 2-0.
It was all Cortland in the first period, as Nate Berke scored the team's third goal of the game 13:32 into the first period. Settimo would complete his hat trick with just over 5 minutes left in the first to push the Cortland lead to four. Moments later, Settimo netted his fourth goal of the game just 12 seconds later.
Going into the first intermission, the Green and Gold trailed, 5-0.
Brockport showed some fight with a goal in the second period. Chase Maxwell tipped the puck past the goalkeeper to cut the Cortland lead to 5-1. Chris Aarons and Scott Ramaekers were credited with assists on the goal.
Also, in the second period Brockport's Chris Aarons nearly had another score, but the referee waved the goal off.
The Golden Eagles entered the third period of the night still down by four goals to their SUNYAC rival. Cortland's Devlin O'Kane would score the last goal of the game in the third period to put Cortland up 6-1 for the final.
Nolan Egbert would finish the game with 41 saves in net. Egbert also allowed six goals as he spent the entire 60 minutes between the pipes.
Friday, November 18, 2022
Zac Case and Thomas Turgeon host the Oswegonian's Hockey Podcast that discusses all thing Oswego hockey. In this week's episode, ahead of the match-up with the Golden Eagles, they interview Brockport assistant coach Brian Fedele. The interview beings around the 33-minute mark:
Thursday, November 17, 2022
The SUNY Brockport men's ice hockey team will host SUNY Cortland Friday, November 18that 7pm in the Wegmans Ice arena. The following night, Brockport will travel to Oswego State for a 7pm puck drop.
Looking at the Red Dragons: Cortland will be going into Friday's game with an overall record of 2-3-1 and 1-2 in the SUNYAC. The Red Dragons have recorded a total of 23 goals this season on 209 shots. They average 3.8 goals a game and their leading scorer is Trevor Veneklase with four goals so far. Close behind with three goals are Sutter Donegan, Nate Berke and Cameron Knowlton.
Between the pipes are junior Jack Riedell and senior Luca Durante. Ridell has seen a total of 95:08 minutes in the net this season recording 56 saves. He has allowed five goals, giving him a save percentage of .918. Durante has seen 268:23 minutes on the ice this season making 149 saves. He has allowed 18 goals against and has a save percentage of .892.
Looking at the Lakers: Oswego State will head into Saturday's match up with an overall record of 4-1 and a conference record of 3-0. The Lakers have a total of 22 goals this season and 162 shots. They average 4.4 goals per game and have an overall shot percentage of .136. Their leading scorers are junior Shane Bull and senior Thomas Rocco, both with three goals.
Between the pipes for the Lakers are Carl Schell, Eric Green, and Richie Parent. Schell has spent a total of 138:57 minutes in the net. He has made a total of 60 saves, allowing 5 goals. Green has spent 60:00 minutes in the net, making 32 saves, allowing 5 goals. Parent has spent 99:57 minutes in goal, making 20 saves and allowing 4 goals giving him a save percentage of .833.
Monday, November 14, 2022
The SUNY Brockport Men's Ice Hockey team beat SUNY Potsdam 4-2 on
Saturday night. Brockport now moves to an overall record of 3-2-0 and
2-1 in conference. SUNY Potsdam is now 0-4 in conference and 0-5
The Golden Eagles had a total of nine shots in the first period. Both Matt Anastasio and Andrew Harley found the back of the net.
After a Potsdam penalty at 6:43, Anastasio capitalized on the power play scoring at 7:32 into the first, assisted by Zach Norby and Scott Ramaekers.
Andrew Harley saw an opportunity a minute later at 8:44 into the first, sending the puck between the pipes past the goalie. Harley was assisted by teammates Sam DiBitetto and Manny Sanchez.
The Men started the second period with a 2-1 score. Potsdam got to work, scoring their second goal of the game, tying it up at 17:02.
Josh Grund reacted quickly, scoring with 55 seconds left in the second period assisted by Scott Ramaekers and Zach Norby once again.
Chris Aarons scored the Golden Eagles final goal of the game at 9:01 in the third period. Aarons was assisted by teammates Chase Maxwell and Cam Barbagallo.
Aidan Curry spent 60:00 minutes between the pipes Saturday afternoon. Curry made a total of 30 saves, allowing two goals giving him a save percentage of .938 for the game.
The SUNY Brockport ice hockey team fell to Plattsburgh State, 9-2,
Friday night in the first part of the weekend trip up north. Brockport
now sits at 2-2 overall with a 1-1 conference mark, while Plattsburgh
improves to 3-1-1 and 2-1 in the SUNYAC.
The game belonged to the Cardinals right from the start as they scored just 44 seconds into the first period. They would go on to score eight unanswered goals through midway into the second.
Nolan Egbert spent the first period between the pipes, allowing three goals and made 12 saves. He stayed in the net for the early goings of the second, finishing his night with 14 saves and six goals allowed before coming off. Aidan Curry stepped in for his chance at some action midway through the second.
At 14:02 in the second, Scott Ramaekers finally put Brockport on the board. Raemekers, the Golden Eagle that scored the overtime game-winner against Plattsburgh last season in the SUNYAC Tournament, beat the opposing goalie to make it an 8-1 game. Ramaekers was assisted by teammates Chris Aarons and Chase Maxwell on the play. Brockport headed into the third period down seven.
Early into the third Plattsburgh State scored again, to go up 9-2. However, Matt Anastasio came back quick with an answer for the Green and Gold. At 6:21 into the third, Anastasio found the back of the net with assists from James Tilley and Manny Sanchez. The deficit would be too large to overcome as the Cardinals took the victory.
Aidan Curry made a total of 28 saves and allowing 3 goals over the 32:13 minute he spent in goal after subbing in.
Friday, November 11, 2022
The SUNY Brockport ice hockey team will head on an overnight business
trip up north for a pair of games this weekend. On Friday, November 11th at 7pm the men will face SUNYAC rival Plattsburgh State and the following night they will take on SUNY Potsdam at 5pm.
Last Weekend Recap: The Golden Eagles traveled to the SUNY Morrisville IcePlex to compete against Morrisville State over the last weekend. The Green and Gold beat the Mustangs, 6-3, giving them a record of 2-1 overall and 1-0 in the SUNYAC.
Throughout the 60 minutes on the ice, the team recorded 30 shots, six goals and six penalties.
Chase Maxwell wasted no time scoring the first goal of the game at 9:47 in the first period, assisted by teammate Andrew Harley. Michael Meredith wanted in on the fun and scored at 11:59 in the first, assisted by teammates James Tilley and Chris Aarons. The Golden Eagles finished the first period with a two-goal lead over Morrisville.
Early into the second Cam Barbagallo sent the puck past the goalie into the back of the net. Barbagallo was assisted by teammates Sam Dibitetto and Josh Grund. Morrisville scored soon after making the score read 3-1 in the second period. Connor Galloway scored at 10:08 in the second assisted by Chase Maxwell and Andrew Harley to put Brockport up 4-1.
Two assists weren't enough for Harley, as 34 seconds later he scored a goal himself. Jacob Rodrigue and Connor Galloway were credited with assists on the score. The Golden Eagles started the third period with a 5-1 lead over the Mustangs.
After two Morrisville goals, Matt Anastasio sent a puck into the back of the net scoring Brockports final goal of the, 6-3, game. Jake Mendeszoon and Manny Sanchez assisted on the play, as the squad took its first conference win of the season.
Nolan Egbert spent another 60 minutes between the pipes for The Green and Gold. Egbert made a total of 38 saves, allowed three goals, and earned his second win of the season in net.
Looking at the Cardinals: Plattsburgh State is 2-1-1 overall and 1-1 in the conference, going into this weekend's matchup. The men have a total of 15 goals this season and 145 total shots. They average about 3.8 goals a game. Their leading scorer is Junior Forward, Paul Bryer with three goals. Following close behind with two goals are Jack Ring, Carson Gallagher and Matt Araujo.
Between the Pipes for the Cards are two goalies, #31 Jacob Hearne and #34 Kyle Alaverdy. They've both seen 120 minutes in net this season. Hearne has allowed two goals, made 53 saves and has a save percentage of .964. Alaverdy has allowed six goals, made 41 saves and has a save percentage of .872.
Looking at the Bears: SUNY Potsdam is 0-3-0 overall and 0-2 in the conference going into the match this weekend. The Men have a total of 5 goals this season and 69 total shots. They Average about 1.7 goals a game and 23 shots. Their leading scorers are Drew Rose, Mason Hoehn, Jack Loran, Garrett McArthur and Justin Vernace all with one goal this season.
In between the pipes for the bears are #32 Stephan Friedland and #31 Connor Green. Friedland has spent 76:41 minutes in the net this season with 48 saves, eight goals against and a save percentage of .857. Green has spent 1:03.07 minutes between the pipes, made 56 saves and has allowed 11 goals, giving him a save percentage of .836.
Wednesday, November 9, 2022
The New England Wolves have announced the commitment of Trevor Joule to Brockport for the fall of 2023. In 10 games for the Wolves so far this season, the 6'2" 20-year old from Staten Island has put up some great numbers: a 2.48 GAA and .926 save percentage
Monday, November 7, 2022
The SUNY Brockport Men's Ice Hockey team traveled to the SUNY
Morrisville IcePlex to compete again Morrisville state Saturday. The Men
beat the mustangs 6-3 giving them an overall record of 2-1 overall and
1-0 in conference, leaving Morrisville to fall to 1-2 overall and 0-2 in
Throughout the 60 minutes on the ice, the Men recorded 30 shots, six goals and six penalties.
Chase Maxwell wasted no time, scoring the first goal of the game at 9:47 in the first period assisted by teammate Andrew Harley.
Michael Meredith wanted in on the fun and scored at 11:59 in the first assisted by teammates James Tilley and Chris Aarons. The Golden Eagles finished the first period with two goals over Morrisville State.
Early into the second Cam Barbagallo sent the puck past the goalie into the back of the net. Barbagallo was assisted by teammates Sam Dibitetto and Josh Grund. Morrisville scored soon after making the score 3-1.
Connor Galloway scored at 10:08 in the second assisted by Chase Maxwell and Andrew Harley.
Two assists weren't enough for Harley as 34 seconds later he scored himself, assisted by Jacob Rodrigue and Connor Galloway. The Golden Eagles started the third up 5-1.
After two Morrisville goals Matt Anastasio sent a puck into the back of the net scoring Brockports final goal of the 6-3 game, assisted by Jake Mendeszoon and Manny Sanchez.
Nolan Egbert spent another 60 minutes between the pipes for The Green and Gold. Egbert made a total of 38 saves, allowing three goals giving him his second win of the season.
Monday, October 31, 2022
Sunday, October 30, 2022
The SUNY Brockport Men's Ice Hockey team fell to Neumann University 2-1 in a face paced match up Saturday, October 29th at the Wegmans Ice Arena celebrating Senior Day. Brockport now moves to 1-1 overall for the season. Nuemann University's win tonight also puts them at a 1-1 overall record this season after falling to Geneseo the night prior,
To start the Match the team recognized and thanked each Senior for their contributions to the program. Zach Norby, Aidan Curry, Sam Dibitetto, Scott Ramaekers, Anthony Hora, and Alex Monteleone were honored.
While there were no goals till the third period, the penalty box gave the audience more than enough to keep everyone entained. Chris Aarons started off the train with boarding penalty at 7:40 into the first. This lead to the first power play kill for the Green and Gold Soon after Wyatt Wong from Neumann University was put away for hooking giving Brockport a power play opportunity.
Brockport wrapped up the first period with 12 shots to Neumann's 11. Jacob Rodrigue, Manny Sanchez, Sam Dibitetto, Andrew Harley, Josh Grund, Scott Ramaekers, Alex Monteleone, Michael Meredith and Chase Maxwell all record shots for the Golden Eagles in the first period.
The second period started and ended with another 20 minutes of 0-0, yet a lot of movement on the ice. Matt Anastasia received a penalty that was not scored on, allowing the team to receive another power play kill. Tyler Kulas was thrown in the box for cross checking at 6:06 in the second along with Zach Norby for roughing, causing two minutes of four-on-four play.
The Golden Eagles had a total of 11 shots in the second period. Michael Meredith, Connor Galloway, Andrew Harley, Alex Monteleone, Anthony Hora, Sam Dibitetto, Jake Mendeszoon and Matt Anastasio all recorded shots for the Green and Gold in the second. Both teams wrapped up the second period 0-0.
The Third period began with another double penalty as Jacob Rodrigue and Brady Mistler were penalized for roughing. Another two minutes of four-on-four play without a goal.
Four minutes into the third Connor Galloway received a penalty for a cross-check. Neumann scored on the power play making the score 1-0 at 5:48.
Anthony Hora was quick to snap back. At 10:29 into the third Hora scored assisted by teammates Sam Dibitetto and Manny Sanchez.
Jacob Rodrigue received a penalty at 17:58 for roughing and Neumann scored on the power play making the final goal for the 2-1 game. Brockport pulled Goalie Aidan Curry in hopes to come back with the extra manpower.
Curry played between the pipes for all three periods and made a total of thirty saves, allowing two goals.
Saturday, October 29, 2022
The SUNY Brockport ice hockey team earned its first win of the season on Friday at home in the Wegmans Ice Arena. The men defeated the Kings College Monarchs in a fast paced, 6-1, game.
Team captain, Anthony Hora was back in business in a big way to start his senior campaign. He scored the first goal of the season at 6:28 into the first period. Chris Aarons found Matt Anastasio who sent the puck across the ice to Hora for the score.
Eight minutes later Ryan Brow cleared the puck from behind his own net towards teammate Sam Dibitetto. Dibitetto sent the puck up ice to freshman forward Josh Grund to score his first collegiate goal. The Golden Eagles ended the first period with a 2-0 lead.
Brockport extended the lead early on in the second thanks to Connor Galloway. Galloway added another goal to the book 4:57 seconds in to the second period assisted by teammates Andrew Harley and Chase Maxwell.
The Kings Monarchs returned the favor at 9:14 into the second period to make it a 3-1 score. Jack Cooper scored the only goal for the Monarchs, assisted by teammate Erik Borschevsky.
Matt Anastasio was quick to make up the point allowed and scored a minute later at the 10:42 mark in the second. Teammates Chris Aarons and Alex Monteleone were credited with assists. The Green and Gold went into the third period up 4-1 over the visiting Monarchs.
The final period of play got off to a hectic start as two goals were scored for the Golden Eagles within a minute. Hora scored at 3:07 into the third, assisted by teammates Griffin Tominez and Chris Aarons. Andrew Harley got in on the fun with a goal 43 seconds later, assisted by teammates Connor Galloway and Jake Mendeszoon.
To start off the season Nolan Egbert spent 60 minutes between the pipes for the Green and Gold. Nolan made a total of 40 saves throughout the night only allowing one goal, which was scored in the second period.
The Golden Eagles return to the Wegmans Ice Arena on Saturday, October 29th for Senior Night. They play host to the Neumann University Knights for more non-conference action. Puck drop is at 4pm and can be watched live using the following link; Senior Night Link.
Friday, October 28, 2022
The SUNY Brockport men's ice hockey team is set to start regular season play this weekend at the Wegmans Ice Arena in Brockport, NY. The men will host the Kings College Monarchs on Friday, October 28th at 7pm and the Neumann University Knights on Saturday at 4pm to celebrate Senior Day.
Last Season: The Golden Eagles finished their 2021-2022 regular season with an overall record of 14-11-2 and went 6-8-2 in the SUNYAC conference. They earned the sixth seed going into the conference tournament. That February they played the SUNY Plattsburgh Cardinals up north at Plattsburgh for the first round matchup. Connor Galloway scored with just one 1:17 left in the third period for his second hat trick of the season, tying the score 6-6 and pushing the game into overtime. After eight minutes of battle, Anthony Hora sent the puck down ice to Andrew Harley. Harley's shot was blocked, but brought the puck around the net and found teammate Scott Ramaekers who snuck it in the bottom left corner for the game winner. Ramaekers' overtime goal clinched Brockport's first postseason win against the Cardinals since 1976. The men then went on to face SUNY Geneseo in the semifinals, ending their 2021-2022 SUNYAC journey with a, 3-1, loss to the Knights.
Schedule Summary: Breaking down the team's schedule, the Green and Gold will play in 27 regular season games made up of 16 conference and 11 non-conference matchups. The Golden Eagles started their season by hosting two home exhibitions against the Niagara University Club team and the EHL All-Stars. The men have their home opener Friday October 28th, followed closely by Senior Day on Saturday October 29th. The team then heads on the road for three SUNYAC matchups before returning home to host the conference home opener against the Cortland Red Dragons. The men finish out November with two games on the road and start December in Fredonia before returning for two home SUNYAC matchups. Buffalo State will visit the Wegmans Ice Arena to play on Saturday, December 3rd. The last game of the semester will be played at home against SUNY Geneseo on December 9th.
Brockport will start the second half of the 2022-2023 season in Dudley, MA at the Nichols Tournament. The men will play four games over the course of January 7th and 8th before returning home to play a non-conference game against Fredonia. The Golden Eagles then spend another weekend in New England at Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, NH on January 14th. They return home for a game to play Morrisville State, travel to Canton, before then hosting Canton in a busy week. Brockport plays seven SUNYAC opponents to finish out regular season, including a road game at Geneseo for the finale.
Key Returners: Our leading scorer returns after his rookie season last year. Forward, Andrew Harley will return to the ice for the Green and Gold after putting up 15 goals, 17 assists, and 32 points. Harley was Third-Team All-Conference, after finishing third in the conference for points and fourth overall for goals. Connor Galloway will also be back for the Green and Gold, this year as a team captain. Last season he was a vital part of the Golden Eagles offense with 11 goals, 20 assists, and 31 points. He was ranked third in the SUNYAC in assists and tied for fourth in total points. Anthony Hora and Scott Ramaekers will also be returning, this time as team captains for the 2022-2023 season. Hora was ranked second in the SUNYAC in goals amongst defensemen. Hora put up five goals last season as well as 13 assists and 18 points. Nolan Egbert will be between the pipes once again for the Golden Eagles. Last year Egbert played 1203:54 minutes, made 569 saves, and had a save percentage of .912.
New to The Nest: Joining his old teammate from Norwich University, defenseman graduate student, Alex Monteleone has transferred for his final season of college hockey. Also coming to the squad are twelve men making their collegiate debut with the Green and Gold this upcoming season. Chase Maxwell, Griffin Tominez and Manny Sanchez are joining the nest from the NCDC (National Collegiate Development Conference) Division of Jr. Hockey. Nick Serafin, Dominic Chirico, Tobin Winslow, Adam Beauvais, Josh Grund, Josh Higgins, Matt Anastasio, James Tilley and Ryan Brow have joined the crew from various teams in the Eastern Hockey League (EHL).
Thursday, October 27, 2022
Here's USCHO's SUNYAC season preview https://www.uscho.com/2022/10/25/sunyac-preview-knights-focused-on-the-drive-for-five/
Here's a great article about Fredonia Hockey's Jeff Meredith, who is entering his 35th season as Fredonia's head coach. Jeff is a great guy, someone who is at once a Brockport foe and beloved alumnus (even two sons played for Brockport!). Jeff is a positive force for his student-athletes and the entire hockey world
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|3||Andrew Harley||Jr.||F||L||5-9||190||Brockport, NY||East Coast Wizards (EHL)||'99|
|4||Anthony Hora||Sr.||D||L||6-0||235||Clarence, NY||Buffalo Jr. Sabres (OJHL)||'98||*|
|5||Tyler Rossi||So.||D||R||5-10||170||Amherst, NY||Valley Jr. Warriors (EHL)||'00|
|6||Alex Monteleone||Gr.||D||L||6-1||205||Montreal, QC||Norwich University (NEHC)||'97|
|7||Jake Mendeszoon||So.||D||R||6-4||195||Methuen, MA||New Hampshire Avalanche (EHL)||'99|
|8||Ryan Brow||Fr.||D||R||5-11||192||Detroit, MI||Protec Ducks (EHL)||'01|
|9||James Tilley||Fr.||F||R||6-0||165||Victor, NY||Protec Ducks (EHL)||'01|
|10||Matt Anastasio||Fr.||F||R||5-11||175||North Babylon, NJ||NJ 87's (EHL)||'01|
|11||Josh Higgins||Fr.||D||R||6-3||200||Orchard Park, NY||New Hampshire Avalance (EHL)||'01|
|12||Manny Sanchez||Fr.||F||R||5-8||155||Potsdam, NY||Boston Advantage (NCDC)||'01|
|13||Josh Grund||Fr.||F||L||5-8||155||Baldwinsville, NY||Boston Jr. Rangers (EHL)||'01|
|14||Adam Beauvais||Fr.||F||R||5-10||170||Macomb, MI||Philly Little Flyers (EHL)||'01|
|15||Michael Meredith||So.||F||R||6-2||200||Fredonia, NY||Walpole Express (EHL)||'99|
|16||Scott Ramaekers||Sr.||F||R||6-0||230||Hamburg, NY||Buffalo Jr. Sabres (OJHL)||'98||*|
|17||Tobin Winslow||Fr.||D||R||5-11||185||Jacksonville, FL||NJ 87's (EHL)||'01|
|19||Chris Aarons||So.||F||R||5-8||170||Clifton Park, NY||New Hampshire Avalanche (EHL)||'00|
|20||Connor Galloway||Jr.||F||R||5-9||170||Sugar Hill, GA||Boston Jr. Rangers (EHL)||'99||*|
|21||Griffin Tominez||Fr.||F||L||5-9||155||Rochester, NY||Rochester Monarchs (NCDC)||'02|
|22||Cam Barbagallo||So.||D||R||5-10||190||Peabody, MA||New Hampshire Avalanche (EHL)||'99|
|24||Dominic Chirico||Fr.||D||R||6-0||185||Overland Park, KS||Conneticut Chiefs (EHL)||'01|
|26||Zach Norby||Sr.||F||L||5-11||180||Bristow, VA||Boston Jr. Rangers (EHL)||'98|
|30||Aidan Curry||Sr.||G||L||6-2||200||Freeland, MI||Boston Jr. Rangers (EHL)||'98|
|35||Nolan Egbert||Gr.||G||L||6-3||190||North Massepequa, NY||UMASS Boston (NCAA D3)||'97|
|36||Dylan Wiemer||Jr.||G||L||6-4||175||Greece, NY||East Coast Wizards (EHL)||'99|
|44||Sam Dibitetto||Gr.||F||R||5-8||175||Hilton, NY||Norwich University (NCAA D3)||'99|
|55||Jacob Rodrigue||So.||D||L||6-5||190||Nashua, NH||Boston Jr. Rangers (EHL)||'00|
|71||Nick Serafin||Fr.||F||L||6-0||180||Clifton Park, NY||Valley Jr. Warriors (EHL)||'01|
|77||Jordan Rosenbaum||So.||D||R||6-0||190||Gibsonia, PA||Northern Cyclones (USPHL)||'01|
|91||Chase Maxwell||Fr.||F||L||6-1||180||West Hartford, CT||CT Jr. Rangers (NCDC)||'01|