Sunday, January 19, 2020

Brockport goes to 6-0 in 2020

The College at Brockport men's hockey team capped its four game road trip with its sixth straight victory as the Golden Eagles topped host Albertus Magnus 4-0 on Saturday afternoon.  Jake Colosanti registered two goals and freshman goalie Aidan Curry stopped all 26 shots he faced to pick up his first collegiate shut out for the Golden Eagles.

Brockport is now 11-6 overall and the Golden Eagles have not lost in the new year as they prepare to return to SUNYAC play at home next Friday against Plattsburgh (7 p.m.).  Albertus Magnus saw its record fall to 3-14-2 overall on the season.

Colosanti's two goal effort led the way on offense for Brockport, while Jeremy Solat and Corey Tam each registered two assists. Doc Gentzler and Trevor Pray also chipped in with one goal each for the visitors.

Colosanti got the Golden Eagles going in the first period when he netted his first of the day and sixth of the year at the 15:40 marker of the opening period.  He was assisted by brother's Ethan Solat and Jeremy Solat to kickstart the Brockport offense.

Pray gave the visitors a 2-0 lead just 4:53 into the second to help ignite what would be a three goal second period of play for the Golden Eagles.  Pray's third of the year was assisted by Corey Tam and Scott Ramaekers.

Colosanti was back at it less than three minutes later when he scored his seventh of the year off an assist from Jordan Renaud at 7:12.  Renaud now has nine assists this season.  Gentzler capped the scoring on the day and handed Brockport a convincing 4-0 lead 11:00 into the second period as he found the back of the net for the fourth time this season. Corey Tam and Jeremy Solat were each credited with their second assist of the day on the game's final goal.  Tam now has eight assists this year and Jeremy Solat has seven.

Curry was a rock in net for the Golden Eagles as he earned his second collegiate win while stopping 26 shots. He also fended off all five of the power-play chances he faced.  Three of those penalty kill opportunities came in the third period to help preserve the shut out. Pierce Diamond made 25 saves in net for the home team.

Brockport outshot Albertus Magnus 29-26 on the day and the Golden Eagles also went 1-for-7 on the power-play.