Our hockey players are STUDENT-athletes. They were quite successful in the classroom: The team GPA for the spring semester was 3.33. For the entire academic year it was 3.27.
BROCKPORT STATE ICE HOCKEY
Friday, June 2, 2023
Friday, May 19, 2023
Sean O'Malley has interim tag dropped at Lake Forest
A hearty "Congrats!" to Sean O'Malley:
It was announced this week, following a competitive national search, that O'Malley will have the interim tag removed and continue to direct the Lake Forest men's hockey team.
The Brockport alumnus played four seasons for the Golden Eagles, accumulating a 32-54-86 line highlighted by an 11 goal senior campaign in which he wore the "A".
Here's the press release from Lake Forest:
Lake Forest College Director of Athletics Nicki Pieart announced Monday that, following a competitive national search, Sean O'Malley will have the interim tag removed and continue to direct the Forester men's hockey team.
"For the better part of the past decade, Coach O'Malley has exhibited an incredible level of dedication to the hockey program and to the College," began Pieart. "He understands and embraces the important balance between athletics and academics and prides himself on providing a great student-athlete experience for each of his players. As the interim head coach, he has brought in two impressive recruiting classes and is in the process of adding a third. This past winter in particular, the team had several key victories and gained momentum as the season progressed. I am excited to see the continued growth of the program under his leadership "
"I am extremely honored to continue leading the men's ice hockey program and remain involved in the campus community here at Lake Forest College," commented O'Malley. "I am grateful to Vice President of Athletics and Career Advancement Jackie Slaats and Director of Athletics Nicki Pieart, along with the rest of the search committee, for putting their trust in me to continue the tradition of excellence and uphold the same high standards for our program. Moving forward, I will continue working diligently to create a positive experience for our student-athletes and provide them with opportunities to be successful both on and off the ice."
The Foresters qualified for the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Harris Cup Playoffs in both of O'Malley's seasons as interim head coach. The team improved by six wins overall and earned eight of a possible 12 points against the top two teams in the league standings. Lake Forest is now 105-94-22 overall and 78-64-14 in conference play since O'Malley joined the staff as an assistant in 2014.
During his two years leading the program, O'Malley has coached two different players to All-NCHA honors and two have earned NCHA All-Freshman Team status as well. Seven Lake Forest players have earned a combined nine all-conference awards and Lake Forest has had five NCHA All-Freshman Team selections since 2014. Successful in the classroom as well, the Foresters had 22 NCHA All-Academic Team honorees in 2022-23, matching the league record they set two years earlier.
O'Malley came to Lake Forest from the State University of New York at Potsdam, where he spent two seasons as an assistant coach, recruiting coordinator, and academic advisor. He also served for seven years as an on-ice instructor at Can/Am Hockey Schools in Lake Placid, New York, and Guelph, Ontario.
A graduate of the College at Brockport, O'Malley was a four-year member of the Golden Eagles men's ice hockey team and an assistant captain as a senior. After graduating with a degree in criminal justice, he pursued a professional career with the Wheeling Nailers of the East Coast Hockey League as well as various minor league teams.
Thursday, May 18, 2023
Alumnus Borden secures new coaching role in youth hockey
Here's a report about Howie Borden coaching youth hockey. Borden was a blueliner at Brockport from 1999-2000 through 2001-2002, seeing action in 47 games
Monday, May 15, 2023
Big developments in SUNYAC
Women's ice hockey will become the 21st sport in the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) beginning with the 2023-24 season.
In addition, SUNY Canton will join the SUNYAC as an associate member in the sport of men's ice hockey starting in 2024-25, bringing the total number of programs to 10 in the conference.
The presidents of the SUNYAC approved both measures on Monday, May 8, following recommendations by the conference's directors of athletics.
The SUNYAC will add women's ice hockey by absorbing the Northeast Women's Ice Hockey League which has operated as a single-sport NCAA Division III conference since 2017-18. The league evolved from the former ECAC West conference.
The NEWHL will cease operations on June 30 with the SUNYAC officially taking the reins on July 1.
"This is a tremendous opportunity for the SUNYAC and for our student-athletes to operate under the SUNYAC brand and receive the recognition and services that one of the premier Division III conferences in the NCAA can provide," Tom DiCamillo, commissioner of the SUNYAC, said. DiCamillo organized the NEWHL and served as its commissioner since its inception.
The NEWHL consists of seven SUNY institutions, including five core members of the SUNYAC – Buffalo State, Cortland, Oswego, Plattsburgh and Potsdam. Canton and Morrisville will become associate members of the SUNYAC in the sport of women's ice hockey. The NEWHL conference schedule, which has been approved through 2026-27, will remain as planned as part of the SUNYAC.
Canton will join the SUNYAC in men's ice hockey beginning with the 2024-25 campaign. The conference will grow to 10 teams which will allow for a better scheduling model than the current nine-team format.
The SUNYAC institutions sponsoring men's ice hockey include eight full conference members (Brockport, Buffalo State, Cortland, Fredonia, Geneseo, Oswego, Plattsburgh, Potsdam) and one associate member (Morrisville).
Wednesday, May 3, 2023
Stylus report about SUNYAC Defensive Player of the Year Alex Monteleone
Tyler Sadler of the Brockport Stylus wrote this fine article about Alex Monteleone's hockey career...
Alex Monteleone: defending the ice
Oftentimes there is an association between hockey and Can- ada. Montreal native and senior defenseman Alex Monteleone found his place in hockey culture when he picked up his stick for the first time. Playing since he was two years old, Monteleone did not always have the love for it as he does now.
“Growing up in Canada, hockey is pretty big up there. I grew up playing hockey and hated it at first. I pretty much didn’t touch the ice for like a whole year, and then I eventually got back into it and haven’t stopped since,” Monteleone said.
While it may have taken some time for Monteleone to find his love for playing the game, watching hockey was a different story. Monteleone was able to model his game after players he felt he had a similar stature and build to. This is also how he determined he wanted to play defense.
“I was a bigger kid growing up and I really loved watching Sheldon Souray play,” Monteleone said. “He was a big guy with a heavy shot, and he’s who I grew up watching. So he’s someone who I modeled my game after. Guys like him who were bigger, stronger guys who really took care of their own end and took care of their teammates.”
Because the team did not find the success they had hoped for, Monteleone was surprised when he found out he was named SUNYAC Defensive Player of the Year.
“Honestly, it was a huge shock to me. I just wasn’t expecting it. As a team, we didn’t have the year we hoped for. So, I wasn’t expecting to receive that from the coaches,” Monteleone said.
Athletes put their bodies on the line every time they go out and
play, and sometimes that risk can lead to an injury. The same is the
case for Monteleone who suffered one more devastating than a normal
bruise or fracture.
“About six years ago, I was playing at a prep school and I ended up breaking my femur. I didn’t know if I was ever going to play again,” Monteleone said. “The crazy thing about the injury was the rink I broke my femur on was at Norwich University, and that’s the college I ended up attending and playing at for four years. I played for four years on the same ice surface where I got stretchered off and the most traumatic accident in my life happened.”
After his devastating injury at Norwich, attending the same college Monteleone got seriously injured at isn’t something he anticipated.
“Honestly at first it played a role in not wanting to go there,”
Monteleone said. But then it played a factor in picking my undergrad
which I have from Norwich for athletic training. So
a bunch of people who helped me get back on the ice were those same athletic trainers that were with me day to day. Them helping me get through that two year long process definitely influenced my path of life.”
Being one of the more experienced players on the hockey team, Monteleone has taken a leadership role on the team and is doing his best to share his knowledge with the younger guys.
Even though hockey was never his first passion, Monteleone eventually
found his way to his country’s sport and Brockport is thankful that he
Roach commits to Brockport
East Coast Wizards forward Connor Roach will attend SUNY-Brockport and continue his hockey career with the Golden Eagles. Roach spent the last two seasons as part of the East Coast Eastern Hockey League program.
“I would like to thank my family, coaches, and teammates for all of their support throughout the years,” Roach said. “I am grateful for the opportunity to play college hockey at Brockport, and I cannot wait to get started this fall.”
Roach played a total of 86 games for the Wizards, tied for the seventh-most in program history. The Florida native tallied 81 points in that span, the third-most by any Wizard, and recorded the fourth-most assists in East Coast Wizards history with 50. This past season, Roach averaged over a point per game with 18 goals and 28 assists in just 43 contests.
“Connor has been a huge cog in our offense the past two seasons. After leading the team in scoring his first year, he finished off his junior career in the top 15 in points this year,” Wizards head coach Kory Falite said. “We are excited to see his hard work pay off with his commitment to Brockport, and we’re looking forward to seeing him succeed at the next level.”
Friday, April 21, 2023
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Golden Eagles donate to Willie Bee Foundation
During the season, the team auctioned off a total of 29 jerseys raising money for The Willie Bee Foundation. This week, the guys presented Cristine & Clay Beeman a donation of $2500 from the money raised. The Golden Eagles look forward to hosting the event again next year!
Tuesday, March 28, 2023
Filak is EHL finals MVP
The Boston Jr. Rangers defeated the New Hampshire Avalanche to win the Eastern Hockey League championship. The Finals MVP: David Filak, who's coming to Brockport in 2023-2024. He stopped 42 of 44 shots in the championship game and finished the postseason with a 7-2 record, a .955 save percentage, and 1.44 GAA
Sunday, March 12, 2023
Jacob Gates commits to Brockport
Jacob Gates has committed to Brockport. The hard-hitting defenseman is a playmaker -- in 46 games for the Protec Jr. Ducks of the EHL he had 12 goals and 23 assists.
Tuesday, March 7, 2023
David Filak's EHL stats
Check out the final regular season numbers of David Filak. He led the EHL in all these categories. He's going to have a huge impact at Brockport
Friday, March 3, 2023
Malzahn commits to Brockport
Boston Jr. Rangers captain Victor Malzahn has committed to Brockport. The 6' defenseman from California has put up great -- and consistent -- numbers the past two seasons in the EHL. In 2021-2022 he had a 4-19-23 line in 43 games, and this season, in the same number of games, he has a 4-17-21 line, all while playing top-notch defense.
Thursday, March 2, 2023
Monteleone is SUNYAC's best defenseman
On March 2nd, the SUNYAC announced the 2022-23 individual yearly awards, as nominated and voted on by the conference coaches. Graduate student Alex Monteleone was named the SUNYAC Defensive Player of the Year.
Monteleone led the Golden Eagles in plus/minus with a +14, which was good for 12th in the SUNYAC overall. Monteleone's three power-play goals ranked 7th in the SUNYAC on the season, displaying his ability to contribute from both ends of the ice. His best performance came on February 10th in a 5-4 win against Fredonia. Monteleone recorded a +/- of +3 and distributed three assists on the night. He finished the year with a total of 10 points from three goals and seven assists. The defensman also stepped in front to block nine shots for the Green and Gold.
Saturday, February 25, 2023
Galloway and Sanchez make All-SUNYAC teams
This week the SUNYAC announced the 2023 Men's Ice Hockey All-Conference
and All-Rookie teams, as nominated and voted on by the conference
coaches. The Golden Eagles had two players earn recognition in Connor Galloway and Manny Sanchez.
Connor Galloway – 3rd Team All-Conference
Galloway is earning his first career All-Conference honor following his junior campaign. He finished the season with 28 points, ranking fifth in the SUNYAC. With 12 goals and 16 assists, the forward was second on the team in goals and led the squad in assists. With a plus/minus rating of +10 for the year, Connor had the second-best rating on the season for Brockport. He also scored two game winning goals, the most on the team in 2022-23. He adds this all-conference selection to his career awards along with a SUNYAC All-Tournament Team honor from last year.
Manny Sanchez – All-Rookie Team
In his first season with the Green and Gold, Manny was tied for third on the team with 12 assists. Adding two goals to his season tally, the forward was fifth for Brockport with 14 points on the year. He also sported a positive plus/minus in his freshman campaign, earning a +1 for the season.
Tuesday, February 21, 2023
Brockport's season closes out with a loss to Geneseo
The SUNY Brockport men's ice hockey team lost to SUNY Geneseo, 6-2, in
the final game of the season. The Golden Eagles end their 2022-2023
season with an overall record of 10-15 overall and 5-10 mark in the
Geneseo struck first with a goal at 13:48 into the first period, taking the 1-0 lead.
Right before the end of the first, Andrew Harley answered back with a goal for the Green and Gold. With just 23 seconds before the end of the period, Harley was assisted Ryan Brow and Josh Grund.
After a tie game through one, Geneseo scored four more goals in the second period. The Knights entered the second intermission up 5-1.
The Green and the Gold started the third period with Ryan Brow's first collegiate goal. Brown was assisted by Chris Aarons and Josh Grund. However, that would be the last score of the evening for Brockport.
Geneseo scored once more before the final buzzer, taking the win 6-2.
Nolan Egbert played 29:44 minutes on the ice starting in goal. Egbert made 26 saves and allowed 3 goals. Teammate Aidan Curry played 29:32 minutes on ice, stepping into the game during the second period. Curry made thirteen saves and allowed three goals.
Thursday, February 16, 2023
David Filak's commitment as reported by the EHL
A few weeks ago we mentioned David Filak's commitment to Brockport. Here's the official press release from the EHL:
David Filak, a goaltender for the Boston Jr. Rangers, has committed to SUNY Brockport for the fall of 2023.
The '02 native of Northville,
MI joined the Rangers in late September, and through 25 total starts to date in
the Eastern Hockey League (EHL), Filak owns a record of 16-8-1 to go along with
a 1.90 GAA and a .941 save percentage. The veteran netminder also has five
shutouts to his credit so far this year.
"David came to us after the first 4 games of the season," said Rangers head coach and general manager Rich DeCaprio. "He is a huge reason for the team's success. He’s a great leader in the room, and competes everyday at the highest level. Brockport is getting a tremendous goalie and person."
Filak is one of two EHL netminders that have committed to Brockport so far this season, as he will team up with Trevor Joule from the New England Wolves. Brockport historically has always been a heavy recruiter of the EHL, having committed at least one player from the league in every season since the league was formed back in 2013. Overall, Filak is the 40th player in league history to choose the Golden Eagles' program.
"Coming to BJR was a really good decision for me," said Filak. "When I first got here the team really helped me feel comfortable and confident in the way I play. The coaching staff has been incredibly supportive in helping me reach my goal of playing college hockey."
With a record of 23-15-2, Filak and the Rangers are battling it out right at the top of the East Division standings. Boston has six games left to push for the #1 seed in the upcoming EHL Playoffs.
Tuesday, February 14, 2023
Galloway and Sanchez secure weekly SUNYAC honors
The SUNY Brockport men's ice hockey team had Connor Galloway and Manny Sanchez earn SUNYAC Men's Ice Hockey Athlete and Rookie of the Week honors.
Galloway was a large part of the Golden Eagle offense this weekend securing two important goals one in the second period Friday night against Fredonia, tying up the game, as well as the Game winning goal 1 minutes and 45 seconds into the first overtime. Saturday night Galloway scored Brockport's first goal on a power play getting the teams momentum going for the final 5-3 win over Buffalo state. He earned a total of three goals this weekend and a +/- rating of +2.
Sanchez was a large part of the golden Eagle offense this weekend earning a total of four points between both nights. Manny earned two assisted against Fredonia on Friday night as well as two on Saturday night against Buffalo State. After the weekend Manny is +3.
Monday, February 13, 2023
Brockport beats Buffalo State on the road
The SUNY Brockport men's ice hockey team pushed through an action packed
game to beat Buffalo State, 5-3, on the road. The squad is now 10-14
overall and 5-10 in SUNYAC play with just one regular season game left.
The Buffalo State Bengals struck first with two early goals in the first period. Nick Stuckless scored just 46 seconds into the game. Less than two minutes later at 2:22, Nikita Kozyrev netted the Bengals second goal of the night, as they earned a quick 2-0 lead.
The Golden Eagles answered quickly by taking advantage of a power play opportunity. Connor Galloway buried the puck in the back of the net at 3:24 in the first to make it a 2-1 game. Galloway was assisted by Andrew Harley and Scott Ramaekers on the play.
Exactly four minutes later Andrew Harley scored Brockport's second of the night, tying the score up at an even 2-2. Harley was assisted by Jordan Rosenbaum and Manny Sanchez, 7:24 into the first period.
To cap off a fast-paced opening period, Zach Norby got on the board 16:31 into the first. Norby was assisted by Chris Aarons and Manny Sanchez, as Brockport held a 1-goal lead going into the first intermission.
Zach Norby was a big part of the Golden Eagle offense on the night, as he kept the momentum going for Brockport in the second. At 13:42 into the period, he scored his second of the night. In a tense and physical second period, Norby was assisted by Manny Sanchez and Nick Serafin.
Serafin recorded his first collegiate point, as the Green and Gold had the lone goal of the second period. The team headed into the third with a 4-2 advantage on the scoreboard.
Showing signs of life to start the third, Michael McCosh scored what would be Buffalo State's final goal of the night just 1:04 into the period. The Bengals still trailed, 4-3, with plenty of time remaining.
14:41 into the third period, Scott Ramaekers locked up the insurance goal the Golden Eagles needed. Ramaekers was assisted by Andrew Harley and Ryan Brow earning the men the, 5-3, victory.
Nolan Egbert did his job on the backline for the Golden Eagles defense. He made 27 saves during his 60 minutes in net tonight, allowing three goals in the win.
Despite picking up two big wins this weekend, Fredonia's win over Geneseo on Saturday officially knocks the Golden Eagles out of postseason contention.
Brockport will close out the season next week on the road against Geneseo. Game is set for 7pm on Saturday, February 18th.
Galloway nets game winner in OT
In a must-win game at home, the Golden Eagles defeated Fredonia in overtime, 5-4, to keep their postseason hopes alive. Connor Galloway scored the game-winner in overtime to keep the squad in contention for a spot in the conference tournament.
Brockport will head into another crucial game on Saturday against Buffalo State with a record of 9-14 overall and 4-10 in the SUNYAC.
Fredonia struck first with a goal at 12:44 from Ryan Bailey. Two minutes later Bryce Witman capitalized on a power play opportunity scoring Fredonia's second goal at 15:02.
After being held scoreless in the first, Brockport entered the first intermission down 2-0.
Scott Ramaekers put the Green and Gold on the board with a goal 47 seconds into the second period. Ramaekers was assisted by teammate Alex Monteleone on the play.
Brockport kept it rolling with a shorthanded goal from Andrew Harley. Manny Sanchez sent the puck to Harley during a 2-on-1 breakaway, allowing Harley to tuck the puck in the back of the net tying the score at 2-2.
Fredonia struck back as Jack Blackwell scored at 13:15 in the second. However, Connor Galloway provided the answer with the final goal of the second period at 14:51, assisted by Harley and Sanchez. The Golden Eagles and Blue Devils went into the third period tied, 3-3, with major postseason implications on the line.
The third period kicked off with a power play goal from Fredonia's Gregg Lee, who put the final Fredonia goal on the board.
Adam Beauvais scored at 5:33 in the third, assisted by Monteleone. The Golden Eagles comeback effort tied the game up at 4-4, as the two conference opponents were headed to overtime.
Fredonia begin the overtime down a man, giving the Green and Gold a 4-on-3 advantage. Monteleone found Galloway who buried the puck in Fredonia's net, scoring the game-winning, power play goal just 1:45 into overtime.
With the 5-4 win, Brockport remains in contention for a spot in the postseason with two more regular season games left to play.
Aidan Curry goes home with 38 saves and a win in net. Curry allowed four goals and played a total of 61:25 minutes in tonight's contest.
Tuesday, February 7, 2023
Oswego downs Brockport
The SUNY Brockport men's ice hockey team lost, 4-1, at home Saturday
night to Oswego State. The Golden Eagles are now 8-14 overall on the
season and 3-10 in conference play.
For the second time this weekend the men went into the first intermission tied at 0-0 with a clean slate going into the second. Oswego outshot Brockport, 20-11, in the opening period but both goalies were up for the challenge to keep the game scoreless.
The game came alive in the second with a goal at 9:11 from Oswego State's Noah Bull. The first score was soon followed by a power play goal from Oswego's Jackson Arcan, putting the visiting Lakers up 2-0.
Brockport had an answer with a power play goal of its own before the end of the period. Alex Monteleone struck back at 18:52 in the second to make it a 2-1 score, with assists coming from Scott Ramaekers and Josh Grund.
The Golden Eagles entered the final period down by just one, but Oswego would close the game out in the third. The Lakers scored twice more in the third to put the game away, 4-1.
Between the pipes tonight for the Golden Eagles was Nolan Egbert. Egbert made a total of 41 saves and allowed four goals.
Brockport falls to Cortland
The SUNY Brockport men's ice hockey team fell, 3-2, on the road at SUNY
Cortland on Friday night. After going down 3-0, Brockport nearly
completed the comeback in the third before running out of time.
Both Josh Grund and Connor Galloway scored goals for the Green and Gold, with Galloway, Jake Mendeszoon, and Scott Ramaekers all getting assists. Galloway extends his point streak to eight games after the contest.
After a first period with nothing on the board for either team, the conference opponents entered the first intermission tied at 0-0.
Cortland owned the second period, taking advantage of Brockport penalties with three power play goals. Nick Grupp struck first at 1:16 in the second. Johnny Facchini was close behind with a goal at 3:32. Trevor Veneklse scored Cortland's final goal of the night at 8:11 in the second.
The Golden Eagles entered the final period, trailing the Red Dragons 3-0.
Brockport turned up the intensity in the third period with a pair of goals, looking to mount a comeback. Josh Grund scored at 6:06 in the third after receiving the puck from Connor Galloway and Jake Mendeszoon.
Galloway scored the final goal of the night on a power play at 11:47 in the third. He was assisted by fellow captain Scott Ramaekers. The squad had a few more chances down the stretch to tie the game up, but Cortland held off the comeback attempt for the 3-2 win.
Aidan Curry played between the pipes tonight for the Green and Gold. Curry made a total of 32 saves in 59:14 minutes of action, allowing three goals
Monday, January 30, 2023
Brockport loses close one to Potsdam
The SUNY Brockport men's ice hockey team hosted Potsdam on Saturday for
Military Appreciation Night. Brockport gave up a pair of third period
goals, falling to the Bears, 2-1, at home.
Andrew Harley scored the team's only goal of the contest, his 11th of the season. Connor Galloway was credited with the assist on the play, his 15th of the year. Galloway extends his point streak to seven games for the Green and Gold.
Both teams had opportunities in the first, but the score would remain at 0-0 after the opening period.
The Golden Eagles struck first with a goal in the second period. At 4:23 into the second, Andrew Harley sent the puck into the bottom left quadrant of the goal, assisted by Connor Galloway. This would give the squad a 1-0 lead midway through the contest.
Brockport entered the third still up by one goal. However, Potsdam would tie the score at 1-1, 8:47 into the final period. The visiting Bears would complete the comeback with the game-winning goal with just 1:31 left in regulation.
Looking for an extra skater in the final moments, Brockport pulled the goalie with 47 seconds left. Unable to find the equalizer, the match ended with a 2-1 score in Potsdam's favor.
Nolan Egbert spent 59:13 in between the pipes tonight making 39 total saves and allowing two goals. The Golden Eagles are now 8-12 overall and 3-8 in the conference.
Brockport falls to Plattsburgh
Friday night at home, Brockport lost to the Plattsburgh State Cardinals,
4-1. The loss puts Brockport at 8-11 overall and 3-7 in the SUNYAC.
With his goal in the contest, Connor Galloway extends his streak to five consecutive games with a score. He now has eight on the year, while Manny Sanchez's assist is his eighth of the year.
Early on in the first period, Plattsburgh struck first to get on the scoreboard. The visiting team from up north scored just 2:22 into the game to go up 1-0. With no other scores in the period, Brockport trailed by one going into the second.
4:58 into the second period, Connor Galloway tied the score up at 1-1 with a goal for the Green and Gold. Galloway was assisted by Manny Sanchez on the play. However, the Cardinals would answer not long after with a power play goal to retake a 2-1 lead.
Brockport entered the third period down one, but the deficit would soon grow. Just 1:22 into the final period, Plattsburgh's Bennett Stockdale netted his second of the game. Before the final horn the Cardinals would add one more to their total, completing the 4-1 victory over the Green and Gold.
Nolan Egbert came up with several big saves in net, totaling 41 stops in a full 60 minutes of action. His counterpart, Eli Shiller, made 25 saves for Plattsburgh.
Friday, January 27, 2023
Honoring Colonel Daniel Fletcher
Saturday's Military Appreciation Game honors Colonel Daniel Fletcher who has served the United States Army for over 35 years of Active duty, the New York National Guard, and Army Reserves.
Colonel Fletcher has serviced in various positions throughout the Armor and Infantry communities. After commissioning, Colonel Fletcher served as an Armor Officer in the National Guard before switching to the Army Reserves as a Civil Affairs Officer.
Colonel Fletcher is currently assigned to the 304th Civil Affairs Brigade in Bristol, Pennsylvania. Colonel Fletcher has had numerous operational deployments in the United States, Europe, and Afghanistan.
Not only does he serve our country through the military but also serves as the Recruitment Operations Officer for the Brockport Army ROTC for almost 14 years. He has assisted in placing over one hundred junior officers into the United States Army through this position all while completing his obligated duties to the Army Reserves.
Thursday, January 26, 2023
Brockport to host Plattsburgh and Potsdam this weekend
The SUNY Brockport Men's Ice Hockey team will be hosting two big SUNYAC
Match up's this weekend at the Wegmans Ice Arena in Brockport, New York.
On Friday, January 27th the men will be hosting Plattsburgh
state for a 7pm puck drop. The Following night the men will be hosting
SUNY Potsdam for their Military Appreciation Jersey game at 4pm, where
they will honor our Military and showcase their special edition camo
jerseys to be Auctioned off.
Military Jersey Auction: The SUNY Brockport men's ice hockey team will host their Military Appreciation Night on Saturday, January 28th against Potsdam at 4 p.m. The Golden Eagles will wear special camouflage uniforms for the contest. The game worn jerseys will be available for purchase via silent auction from Thursday, January 26th through Wednesday, February 1st until 12:00 p.m. (EASTERN).
Bidding on all 29 players uniforms will start at $50 with proceeds to benefit US ARMY Colonel Daniel Fletcher. Bidding should be done in a minimum $5 increments. You can place a bid by emailing Head Coach Brian Dickinson at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and current bid.
The auction will open at 4pm, Wednesday, January 25th, visit this link to be a part of this great event! Military Appreciation Night Jersey Auction
In the YAC: After an exciting weekend for Andrew Harley and Connor Galloway, both earning their 50th career points, they are tied for first place amongst the SUNYAC for most points (21).
Harley is tied for fourth in the SUNYAC for most goals, with ten this season. Galloway leads the conference with assists with fourteen.
Alex Monteleone has a plus minus rating of +12, which is tied for seventh in the SUNYAC.
Aidan Curry is ranked fourth in the conference for his save percentage of .926%. Nolan Egbert is ranked 10thwith a percentage of .890%.
Looking at the Cardinals: Plattsburgh State will enter Friday Night's match 13-4-2 overall and 7-2-1 in the SUNYAC. They have a recorded a total of 67 goals this season and 755 shots overall and average 3.5 goals a game. Their leading scorers are Bennett Stockdale with eleven goals and Jack Ring with seven.
Between the pipes for the Cardinals are Eli Shiller, Jacob Hearne and Kyle Alaverdy. Shiller has spent 635:00 minutes in goal making 236 saves, giving up 13 goals giving him a save percentage of .958%. Hearne has spent a total of 384:20 on ice, making 160 saves, allowing 13 goals and giving him a save percentage of .925%. Alaverdy has spent 120:29 minutes in the net, making 41 saves, allowing 6 goals, giving him a save percentage of .872%.
Looking at the Bears: SUNY Potsdam is 4-14-1 overall and 2-8 heading into Saturday's competition. The team has recorded a total of 50 goals and 556 shots overall this season. They average 2.6 goals a game. Their leading scorers are Ryan Mahlmeister with six goals and Drew Rose with five.
Between the pipes for the bears are John Werber, Connor Green and Stephaen Friedland. Wreber has seen 62:13 minutes of playing time this season, making 43 saves and allowing five goals, giving him a save percentage of .896%. Green has seen 716:45 minutes on the ice, making 423 saves and allowing 53 goals, giving him a save percentage of .889%. Friedland has spent 363:30 in goal, making 183 saves, allowing 26 goals, giving him a percentage of .876%.