Sunday, March 1, 2009


As reported by the Brockport Athletic Department....

Sophomore Ray Tremblay (Peachland, BC) and freshman James Cody (Schwenksville, PA) scored first-period goals for The College at Brockport Hockey team but the Golden Eagles surrendered a 7-2 decision to SUNY Plattsburgh Saturday in a State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) Tournament semi-final game in Plattsburgh. Brockport finishes with a record of 14-10-3 for the most wins in over 20 years and the most since head coach Brian Dickinson took over the program in 1996.

Plattsburgh (23-1-2) scored early in the first period but Brockport answered with Tremblay’s goal at the midpoint of the first period. Two minutes later, Cody picked up a deflection and skated in on a breakaway and gave Brockport a 2-1 lead with a shorthanded goal. The Golden Eagles held a 2-1 lead at the end of the first period.In the second period, Plattsburgh tied the game early in the period and added two more goals before the 10 mark of the period for a 4-2 lead. The Cardinals scored early in the third period for a 5-2 lead, added an empty net goal with five minutes to play and scored their final goal with 3:36 to play in the contest.

Brockport had a 12-6 shots advantage in the third period to even the shots for the game with Plattsburgh holding a 32-31 lead in shots.

Todd Sheridan (Edison, NJ) made 25 saves for the Golden Eagles.

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