Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Romeo and Harley get weekly SUNYAC awards

The State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) has picked Brockport's Ryan Romeo and Brockport's Andrew Harley as this week's PrestoSports Men's Ice Hockey Athlete and Rookie of the Week in a release from the conference office Monday afternoon.
Ryan Romeo
Brockport's Ryan Romeo has now earned his third Prestosport Athlete of the Week Award this season. The Graduate Student Co-Captain from Fairport, NY recorded a total of four points on one goal and three assists against the SUNY Canton Kangaroo's this weekend. Playing the Roo's twice, on Friday nights 7-2 victory, Romeo recorded one goal and two assists while earning a plus/minus of +4 in the game. The Following night in Brockport's 3-1 win over SUNY Canton, Romeo tallied one assist with a plus/minus of +1 giving him a total of +5 for the weekend. This season, Romeo is currently ranked fourth in the nation amongst all skater in points (29), third in assists (20) tied for 18th in power-play goals and tied for 38th in the nation in goals (9) along with teammates Andrew Harley and Jacob King.
Andrew Harley
Harley earns his second Prestosports Men's Ice Hockey Rookie of the Week Award following the Golden Eagles weekend sweep of the SUNY Canton Kangaroo's. In Friday's first matchup against the Roo's, Harley put on a show in front of the home crowd as the sophomore and Brockport, N.Y. native recorded a single-game career high total of four points scoring two goals and recording two assists. Harley's second goal of the game came off a Brockport power-play and would be listed as the winning goal in the 7-2 blowout victory over SUNY Canton. The following night Harley on the road, Harley still managed to record three points in the 3-1 victory contributing a part in each of Brockport's goals. Harley's three points came off two goals and one assist. His first goal would go down as the game winner for the second night in a row with his second goal came on an empty net. He finished the weekend with a total of seven points from four goals and two assists with a plus/minus of +4 while recording one power-play goal, one empty net goal and two game winners. Harley is now ranked tied for 16th in the nation in points (23), tied for 18th in the nation in assists (14) and tied for 38th in the nation in goals (9).