Saturday, December 12, 2009


The Brockport Athletics Department reports on last night's impressive victory...

Junior Ray Tremblay (Peachland, BC) netted his first goal of the season and added an assist as The College at Brockport Ice Hockey team scored a 4-0 victory over the Western New England College Friday in the Tuttle South Arena.

Four different players scored for Brockport (6-6) in the victory with junior captain Justin Noble (Georgetown, ONT) scoring in the first period, followed by Jason Gorrie (Etobicoke, ONT) in the second and Tremblay and Ian Finnerty (Ardmore, PA) scoring in the third for the 4-0 win.

Senior Todd Sheridan (Edison, NJ) made 33 saves to record his 23rd career victory and fourth career shutout for Brockport.

The Golden Eagles scored three of their four goals on the power-play advantage. Noble opened the scoring at 16:26 of the first period on assists from Greg Amato (Ocean Gate, NJ) and Adam Schoff (Port Dover, ONT).

At 12:11 of the second period, Alan Liwush (Ontario, NY) ripped a shot that deflected off of Western New England goalkeeper Justin Richards’s pads onto the stick of Gorrie, who flipped the puck into the net for the 2-0 lead.

Tremblay extended the lead as he netted an unassisted goal just 27 seconds into the third period and eight seconds into the power play. Tremblay and Mike Hayward (Toronto, ONT) connected on the next power play to find Finnerty at 8:10 to complete the scoring.

Brockport ends the first semester of play at .500 and will return to the ice after the winter holiday on January 7 when they travel to Hobart College.