Men's Ice HockeyApril 4, 2017 Trio of NESCAC Players Earn New England Hockey Writers Association Honors Colby's Jack Burton, Trinity's Sean Orlando and Wesleyan's Chad Malinowski were named to the New England Hockey Writers Association All-Star Team.
Men's Ice HockeyMarch 27, 2017 Men's Ice Hockey Weekly Release #17 Trinity advanced to the NCAA Championship game with a 3-2 victory over St. Norbert. The Bantams fell 4-1 to Norwich in Utica, N.Y. in the final to...
Men's Ice HockeyMarch 25, 2017 NCAA Final: Norwich 4, Trinity 1 Trinity finished the 2016-17 as the NCAA Division III Men's Ice Hockey Runner-up after falling 4-1 to Norwich in the championship game at Utica...
Men's Ice HockeyMarch 24, 2017 NCAA Semifinal: Trinity 3, St. Norbert 2 Trinity senior defenseman Sam Johnson's first goal of the season proved to be the game-winner to lift the Bantams to a 3-2 victory and into the...
Men's Ice HockeyMarch 24, 2017 Hamilton's Buitenhuis Named Division III Men's Ice Hockey Player of the Year Hamilton junior goaltender Evan Buitenhuis received the 2017 Sid Watson Award as the Division III Men's Player of the Year from the American Hockey...
Men's Ice HockeyMarch 20, 2017 Men's Ice Hockey Weekly Release #16 NESCAC teams went 1-1 in the NCAA Division III Men's Ice Hockey Quarterfinals. Trinity advanced to the semifinals with a win over Endicott, while...
Men's Ice HockeyMarch 18, 2017 NCAA Quarterfinal: Trinity 2, Endicott 1 (2OT) Anthony Sabitsky scored 4:15 into the second overtime to lift Trinity to a 2-1 win over Endicott and send the Bantams into the NCAA Men's Ice Hockey...
Men's Ice HockeyMarch 18, 2017 NCAA Quarterfinal: Norwich 6, Hamilton 2 Hamilton dropped a 6-2 decision at Norwich in the NCAA Men's Ice Hockey Quarterfinals.
Men's Ice HockeyMarch 13, 2017 Men's Ice Hockey Weekly Release #15 Hamilton and Trinity earned first round wins in the NCAA Tournament and will play quarterfinals games on Saturday, March 18.
Men's Ice HockeyMarch 11, 2017 NCAA First Round: Trinity 4, Plattsburgh State 1 Senior forward Sean Orlando scored two goals in the first eight minutes and classmate Brandon Cole also scored twice to lead the Trinity College...
December 11, 2017
Cam MacDonald - Colby

Cam MacDonald
Colby College
Senior • Forward • Westford, Mass.

MacDonald had four goals and three assists in a 2-0 week over two NESCAC opponents. He had a collegiate-high four goals and two assists - playing a part in six of the seven goals - in a 7-3 win against Tufts. MacDonald also had an assist in a 2-0 win over Connecticut College. MacDonald ranks first in the NESCAC in overall scoring (7 goals, 5 assists) and in conference scoring (5 goals, 5 assists).

December 4, 2017
Sean Lawrence - Colby

Sean Lawrence
Colby College
Junior • Goaltender • Granite Bay, Calif.

Lawrence allowed just three goals in two wins over rival Bowdoin and earned Peter Schuh Memorial Trophy MVP honors. In a 6-1 victory at Bowdoin, he made 24 of his 32 saves in the last two periods of the game which was tied 1-1 after the first period. He was also the key player in a 4-2 win in Waterville, Maine. He made 34 saves, including 27 stops in the final two periods in a game that was tied 1-1 heading into the third period.

November 27, 2017
Rory Gagnon - Hamilton

Rory Gagnon
Hamilton College
Junior • Forward • Pointe-Claire, Quebec

Gagnon was named 2017 Skidmore Thanksgiving Invitational MVP after leading the Continentals to a pair of wins. Gagnon recorded his first hat trick for Hamilton in Saturday’s 3-1 victory against SUNY Canton and added another goal in Sunday’s 4-1 triumph against Skidmore in the championship. He gave the Continentals a 2-1 lead late in the first period against the Thoroughbreds.

November 20, 2017
Liam Feeney

Liam Feeney
Trinity College
Sophomore • Defender • Foxboro, Mass.

Feeney registered three points in a 2-0 opening weekend for the Bantams. He had two assists in a 5-1 win over Tufts season-opener and scored the game-winning goal to break a 1-1 tie with 1:20 left in the third period in a 2-1 victory against Connecticut College. He also anchored the Trinity defense which held Tufts to 24 shots and the Camels to just 14 shots.


School Conf Overall
Trinity 3-0-1 6-1-2
Colby 5-1 6-2
Amherst 2-0-3 4-1-3
Williams 4-2 5-2
Connecticut College 3-3 3-4
Hamilton 2-2-1 5-2-1
Wesleyan 1-1-2 3-1-3
Bowdoin 2-4 4-6
Middlebury 1-5 1-7
Tufts 0-5-1 1-7-1
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