Friday, August 30, 2019

New logos on the ice

The coaches and players worked hard yesterday to get the ice painted and the logos installed at the ice arena.

Wednesday, August 21, 2019 has been retired

Ray Biggs, editor of, announced today in a series of tweets that his website is no more.

I appreciate everything Ray has done through the years -- his website entertained and educated those of us who love our DIII hockey. Luckily, Ray is still deeply involved with the sport in a variety of ways.

Here are his tweets...

After a lot of thought and reflection this offseason, I have decided to relinquish editorship of The demands of running the site as a volunteer endeavor, in addition to multiple jobs, simply became too great.

It gives me no pleasure to have to make that move. Unfortunately having this website stacked on top of two jobs on weekends in the winter was a bit more than the hours in the day held, and trying to finish the site's work while falling asleep was all too frequent.

I love the game very much to this day, and will continue to be involved in it in so many ways, including my work at Utica, the UCHC, and And I will tinker with keeping this {Twitter} account going as a resource. But running the site is no longer possible.

Thanks to each and every one of you for making this site a reality. We couldn't have done any of it without you. I'll see you all at the rink this winter, and every winter.

Monday, August 19, 2019

What college hockey teams generate in revenue

Over the past week, numerous business media outlets, like Arizona Business Daily, shared a report that looked at what the various hockey programs across the country generate in revenues for their colleges and universities. Using 2016 data, Brockport was ranked 133 out of 142 schools, generating revenues of $91,888. Coming in at #1 was Boston University at $8,567,700

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

AHCA honors student-athletes

The College at Brockport men's ice hockey team received recognition for their success off the ice Wednesday morning, as nine athletes were recognized as All-American Scholar Program recipients.

Each year the American Hockey Coaches Association selects players for this honor who had outstanding academic performances as well as strong on-ice contributions. In order to receive the honor, recipients must have achieved at least a 3.6 GPA in both the fall and spring semesters.

The Golden Eagle recipients for the 2018-2019 NCAA ice hockey season included:

Connar Bass, Senior Defenseman
Bryan Carville, Senior Defenseman
Sean Lincoln, Sophomore Goaltender
Ryan Romeo, Sophomore Defenseman
Shane Visnick, Sophomore Forward
Robert Flannery, Freshman Forward
Jordan Renaud, Freshman Forward
Jeremy Solat, Freshman Forward
Corey Tam, Freshman Defenseman

Monday, August 12, 2019

Digby becomes associate head coach of Oswego women's hockey

Congrats to Brockport hockey alumnus Mark Digby on his newest gig. Great hockey player, great coach and, above all, a great guy. He's on the path to becoming a NCAA head coach -- and I hope it's very soon!