Extractions: The Roanoke Express kept their playoff hopes alive with a 7-4 win over the Augusta Lynx on Sunday. Roanoke would continue to build on their lead, starting at 5:26 when Dan Carlson scored a shorthanded marker to make it 4-2. A clear by Andrew McPherson hit a stick that had been left in the Lynx zone and kicked the puck straight into the slot where Carlson walked in and beat Hamele over the right pad. Dan Carney followed with a goal at 12:45 to boost Roanokes lead to three goals, but 21 seconds later Jacina fed a wide-open Jonathan Gagnon to get the Lynx back into the game at 5-3. Jarrett Thompson also added an assist on the goal. Rob Snowball rounded out the period scoring for the Express, beating Hamele with a slap shot from the right wing that found the net to make it 6-3 Express after two periods of play. In the third, Jason Saal replaced Hamele in net for Augusta, but was greeted with the seventh Roanoke goal at 1:10 by Andrew McPherson to make it 7-3 Express. Augusta would get back to within three goals when Sean OConnor scored his second of the night from Goulet and Terry Marchant at 11:40, but Augusta would come no closer than the 7-4 final. Saal finished with five saves in the game, while Hamele took the loss with 18 stops. Jason Wolfe earned the win with 28 saves of his own. Also of note in the game, Blair Stayzer picked up a match penalty at 1:37 of the third period for intent to injure on Jonathan Gagnon of the Lynx. Gagnon was helped from the ice while Stayzer picked up a five minute major and game misconduct.
Extractions: Lynx Take Two Out Of Three On Weekend The Augusta Lynx continued their winning ways this weekend, taking two out of three games on the road with wins in Greenville Friday and Florence Saturday. 3/26 Augusta 5 @ Greenville 3 Greenvilles Mark Concannon gave his team the only lead of the game early on, but Augusta came back for three goals from Jarrett Thompson, Terry Marchant, and Sean OConnor to forge a 3-1 lead. Mike Nelson and Concannons second goal of the game tied things at 3-3, but last in the third period Augusta used a 5-on-3 power play advantage to score twice for a 5-3 final. Martin Lapointe notched the game winner and Thompson added his second of the game as an insurance marker. Jason Saal made 16 saves for the win. 3/27 Augusta 4 Florence 3 (SO) A wild first period of scoring saw Florence open up a 3-2 lead on goals from Jeff Szwez, Vladimir Gusev, and Allan Sirois, while Augusta replied with markers from Greg Jacina and Darren Shakotko. Jacina would score his second of the game in the second period to tie the game at 3-3 and send it to overtime. Past the five minute OT and into the shootout, the Lynx finally broke the tie with Martin Lapointes shootout winner in round six for their first win in Florence since the 2001-02 Season. Jason Saal once again earned the win with 23 saves. 3/28 Augusta 4 @ Roanoke 7 Augusta opened the scoring just 54 seconds into the contest when Sean OConnor potted his first of two goals on the night. Greg Jacina made it 2-1 Lynx later in the period, but Augusta would relinquish the lead and never get it back after that point. OConnors second goal of the game combined with Jonathan Gagnons marker finished the scoring for the Lynx. Will Hamele took the loss, making 18 saves over the first two periods, while Jason Saal came in to finish the game, allowing one goal on five shots over the third period.
Extractions: NOT A STRIPED KITTY CAT EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW "I'd rather tame a tiger than paint stripes on a kitty cat," Dean Lombardi once said. The former Sharks Bryan Marchment from the Lightening Brian Burke had the same idea when he grabbed superheavyweight Martin Grenier from the Phoenix Coyotes "He's very tough, Manitoba coach, Stan Smyl told Greg Di Cresce of the Winnipeg Sun . He's a hard-nose type of defenceman. One area we lacked last year was having that physical presence. We want to keep our opponents on edge just a little bit knowing that we have some D who are going to make them pay . . . . So (Grenier) did exactly what we wanted him to do and he's just going to continue to get better at it." Grenier got better throughout his junior career. He played four seasons in the
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Extractions: Jan. 21, 2000 NOTRE DAME, Ind. Dan Carlson delivered on Friday night as the cover boy on the Notre Dame hockey game program, as the junior left wing scored the game-tying goal with 1:23 left in regulation and then scored 52 seconds into overtime, lifting the Irish to a frenetic 4-3 victory over visiting Western Michigan-and spoiling Jeff Reynaert's 52-save night-in the first game of a Central Collegiate Hockey Association series at the Joyce Center. The wild game saw Reynaert stop 48 of Notre Dame's first 49 shots on goal while his WMU teammates had scrapped their way to a 3-1 lead, after junior right wing Brett Mills had converted on what would be the Broncos only shot of the third period (compared to 25 for the Irish). But the hosts put the puck past the sophomore goaltender on three of their final seven shots, including a goal by sophomore center
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Extractions: Monday, October 22, 2000 Record 113 Earn USM Scholar-Athlete Award GORHAM, Maine For the sixth consecutive year, a record number of University of Southern Maine student-athletes and cheering squad members have earned the Department of Athletics' prestigious William B. Wise Scholar-Athlete award. During the 2000-01 academic year, 113 individuals met the criteria to receive the Wise Scholar-Athlete Award. The criteria includes each individual compiling a minimum 3.0 cumulative grade point average for the fall and spring semesters, be a full-time student both semesters, and that they utilized a season of eligibility as a member of a varsity team. The Wise Award recipients were honored at a reception and dinner Sunday night (October 14) at the Kenneth Brooks Student Center on the Gorham campus. The 113 winners represent 32.0% of the 353 individuals that comprised the 25 varsity athletic and cheering squads in 2000-01. The previous record for Wise Award winners was 98 during the 1999-2000 academic year. Among this year's record-setting number of award winners were 29 recipients who earned their second Wise award. Those included Brian Aceto (men's ice hockey); Lindy Briggette (women's lacrosse), Pat Caruana (wrestling), Celine Cote (volleyball), Miranda Derenburger (volleyball, indoor track and outdoor track), Sean Diette (men's cross country, indoor and outdoor track), Greg Dolbec (men's cross country, indoor and outdoor track), Todd Dominski (men's soccer), Jamie Everhart (men's soccer), Jan Forgeron (women's ice hockey), David Frankenfield (sailing), Jolaine Galibois-Barss (women's soccer), Tara Giroux (field hockey), Sara Goodine (women's tennis), Becky Kimball (softball), and Jacob Koelker (men's cross country and indoor track). Also Andy Lang (baseball), Jess Libby (women's basketball and softball), Kati Libby (women's soccer and basketball), Sarah McLean (women's tennis and softball), Trisha Palmi (women's ice hockey), Jill Powers (women's ice hockey and lacrosse), Darren Roche (men's ice hockey), Abby Rosenswaike (women's indoor track), Meghan Rutherford (women's tennis), Diana Smith (volleyball), Amy Swanberg (women's indoor and outdoor track), Matt Tarbox (men's basketball), Susan Waddell (women's soccer and lacrosse) and Jenn Young (women's soccer and lacrosse). Nine student-athletes, including, Jason Batchelder (men's soccer), Kelly Busby (women's indoor and outdoor track), Hollie Harnish (women's indoor track), Kim Landeen (women's soccer), Marcy Muller (volleyball), Jen Snyder (women's cross country), Jason Tuck (men's cross country, ice hockey and outdoor track), Tina West (women's soccer and softball) and Samantha Whitman (women's soccer and lacrosse) increased the number of student- athletes to have earned three Wise Awards to 62. The number of student-athletes to earn a fourth award increased by four, bringing the total to 19. Earning their fourth Wise Award were Dan Drozdzik (men's ice hockey), Rachel Drury (women's soccer), Erica Gagnon (softball) and Alyssa Anderson (softball). Three student-athletes, Kevin Faria (men's indoor and outdoor track), Ali Hathaway (women's soccer) and Derek Veilleux (men's cross country, indoor and outdoor track), became the second, third and fourth recipients of a fifth Wise Scholar-Athlete Award. Forty-one student-athletes were honored as multi-sport student-athletes, including Deedra Beveridge (field hockey, women's indoor and outdoor track), Melissa Bouchard (women's indoor and outdoor track), Kelly Busby (women's indoor and outdoor track), Jarrod Canane (men's cross country, indoor and outdoor track), Tiffany Cook (women's cross country, indoor and outdoor track), Miranda Derenburger (volleyball, women's indoor and outdoor track), Sean Diette (men's cross country, indoor and outdoor track), Greg Dolbec (men's cross country, indoor and outdoor track), Sarah Dolley (field hockey, women's indoor and outdoor track), Kevin Faria (men's indoor and outdoor track), Melanie Fike (women's indoor and outdoor track), Nicole Freeman (women's indoor and outdoor track), Geoff Grigsby (men's soccer and basketball), Renee Heath (field hockey and softball), Darci Holland (field hockey and softball), and Jacob Koelker (men's cross country and indoor track). Also Jess Libby (women's basketball and softball), Kati Libby (women's soccer and basketball), Lauren Lohmeyer (cross country, indoor and outdoor track), Brittany McClure (field hockey, women's indoor and outdoor track), Avery McGill (women's ice hockey and lacrosse), Sarah McLean (women's tennis and softball), Amy Ouellette (field hockey and softball), Dan Pendergast (men's cross country, indoor and outdoor track), Jill Powers (women's ice hockey and lacrosse), Jessica Short (women's cross country, indoor and outdoor track), Stephanie Slater (field hockey, women's ice hockey and lacrosse), Larisa Sobey (women's basketball and softball), Amy Swanberg (women's indoor and outdoor track), Jason Thibodeau (men's basketball and baseball), Jacki Tremblay (women's indoor and outdoor track), Jason Tuck (men's cross country, ice hockey and outdoor track), Derek Veilleux (men's cross country, indoor and outdoor track), Susan Waddell (women's soccer and lacrosse), Tina West (women's soccer and softball), Jason White (men's cross country, indoor and outdoor track), Samantha Whitman (women's soccer and lacrosse), Darryl Whitney (men's cross country, indoor and outdoor track), and Jen Young (women's soccer and lacrosse). Since the Wise Scholar-Athlete Award program began with the 1987-88 academic year, a total of 752 awards have been presented. 2000-01 William B. Wise Scholar-Athlete Awards Baseball Ryan Adams, Sanford, Maine Mike Caggiano, Augusta, Maine Andy Lang, New Bedford, Mass. Brian Marshall, Danvers, Mass. Pat McCarthy, Medford, Mass. Drew Palmer, Rothesay, N.B. Jason Thibodeau, Old Town, Maine * Men's Basketball Geoff Grigsby, Bridgton, Maine * Matt Tarbox, Standish, Maine Jason Thibodeau, Old Town, Maine * Women's Basketball Jess Libby, Orono, Maine * Kati Libby, Orono, Maine * Larisa Sobey, Pittsfield, Maine * Cheering Erin Barry, Scarborough, Maine Darlene Cote, North Jay, Maine Tonya Eaton, Auburn, Maine Laura Rider, Wells, Maine * Men's Cross Country Jarrod Canane, Methuen, Mass. * Sean Diette, Newport, Vt. * Greg Dolbec, Shapleigh, Maine * Jake Koelker, Portland, Maine * Dan Pendergast, New Sweden, Maine * Jason Tuck, Bangor, Maine * Derek Veilleux, Fairfield, Maine * Jackson White, Lisbon, Maine * Darryl Whitney, Hudson, N.H. * Women's Cross Country Tiffany Cook, Leesburg, Fla. * Lauren Lohmeyer, Portland, Maine * Jess Short, Bennington, Vt. * Jen Snyder, Auburn, Mass. Field Hockey Deedra Beveridge, Camden, Maine * Sarah Dolley, Oakland, Maine * Tara Giroux, Greene, Maine Renee Heath, Brunswick, Maine * Darci Holland, Buckfield, Maine * Brittany McClure, Belfast, Maine * Amy Ouellette, Jay, Maine * Aimee Sharrow, Framingham, Mass. Stephanie Slater, Acton, Mass. * Golf Patrick Otto, Furlong, Penn. Men's Ice Hockey Brian Aceto, Gorham, Maine Alex Dandenault, Bromont, Quebec Dan Drozdzik, Chicago, Ill. Andrew Gardner, Buffalo, N.Y. Pat Murray, Moncton, N.B. Darren Roche, Corner Brook, Nfld. Jason Tuck, Bangor, Maine * Women's Ice Hockey Jen Boswell, San Francisco, Calif. Jan Forgeron, Gorham, Maine Tricia Kamp, West Caldwell, N.J. * Holly Manning, Northfield, Vt. Avery McGill, Middlebury, Vt. * Trisha Palmi, Fitchburg, Mass. Janet Peterson, Downington, Penn. Jillian Powers, Beverly, Mass. * Stephanie Slater, Acton, Mass. * Men's Lacrosse Tobey Farrington, Augusta, Maine Nick Rich, Yarmouth, Maine Dan Trevett, Burlington, Mass. Jeff Woodbury, Beverly, Mass. Women's Lacrosse Lindy Briggette, Peru, Maine Darcy Comer, South Berwick, Maine Tricia Kamp, West Caldwell, N.J. * Melissa Merrill, Wells, Maine Erica Simpson, Sanford, Maine Stephanie Slater, Acton, Mass. * Susan Waddell, Warwick, N.Y. * Samantha Whitman, Saxtons River, Vt. * Jen Young, Middlebury, Vt. * Sailing (Fall and Spring Seasons) David Frankenfield, Rapid City, S.D. Kristine Pelletier, Lewiston, Maine Gabrielle Wallace, Portland, Maine Men's Soccer Jason Batchelder, Derby, Vt. Eric Becker, Cape Elizabeth, Maine Todd Dominski, Hebron, Conn. Eric Drew, Cranston, R.I. Jamie Everhart, Bethel, Conn. Geoff Grigsby, Bridgton, Maine * Mike Hangge, Ellsworth, Maine Peter Jones, Waterville, Maine Jason Kopp, Portland, Maine Women's Soccer Jenny Boucher, Madawaska, Maine Rachel Drury, Canton, Maine Jolaine Galibois-Barss, Augusta, Maine Molly Hagstrom, Yarmouth, Maine Ali Hathaway, Hamden, Maine Nina Henrikson, Cape Elizabeth, Maine Meredith Hodgin, York, Maine Rachel Kwantz, Wiscasset, Maine Kim Landeen, New Sweden, Maine Kati Libby, Orono, Maine * Susan Waddell, Warwick, N.Y. * Tina West, Gorham, Maine * Samantha Whitman, Saxtons River, Vt. * Jen Young, Middlebury, Vt. * Softball Alyssa Anderson, New Portland, Maine Erica Gagnon, Oakland, Maine Renee Heath, Brunswick, Maine * Darci Holland, Buckfield, Maine * Becky Kimball, Arundel, Maine Sarah McLean, Portsmouth, R.I. * Amy Ouellette, Jay, Maine * Laura Rider, Wells, Maine * Larisa Sobey, Pittsfield, Maine * Tina West, Gorham, Maine * Women's Tennis Sara Goodine, South Portland, Maine Emily Jose, Caribou, Maine Sarah McLean, Portsmouth, R.I. * Megan Rutherford, Portland, Maine Anna Stasiv, Lviv, Ukraine Kim Vincent, Auburn, Maine Men's Indoor Track Jarrod Canane, Methuen, Mass. * Sean Diette, Newport, Vt. * Greg Dolbec, Shapleigh, Maine * Kevin Faria, Litchfield, N.H. * Bill Joyce, Cape Elizabeth, Maine Jake Koelker, Portland, Maine * Jeremy Larose, Cape Elizabeth, Maine Dan Pendergast, New Sweden, Maine * Derek Veilleux, Fairfield, Maine * Jackson White, Lisbon, Maine * Darryl Whitney, Hudson, N.H. * Women's Indoor Track Deedra Beveridge, Camden, Maine * Melissa Bouchard, Millinocket, Maine * Kelly Busby, Biddeford, Maine * Tiffany Cook, Leesburg, Fla. * Miranda Derenburger, Oxford, Maine * Sarah Dolley, Oakland, Maine * Melaine Fike, Manchester, Maine * Nicole Freeman, Whitefield, Maine * Hollie Harnish, Bangor, Maine Lauren Lohmeyer, Portland, Maine * Brittany McClure, Belfast, Maine * Abby Rosenswaike, Marlborough, Mass. Jess Short, Bennington, Vt. * Amy Swanberg, Lamoine, Maine * Jacki Tremblay, St. Albans, Vt. * Men's Outdoor Track Jarrod Canane, Methuen, Mass. * Sean Diette, Newport, Vt. * Greg Dolbec, Shapleigh, Maine * Kevin Faria, Litchfield, N.H. * Jake Koelker, Portland, Maine * Dan Pendergast, New Sweden, Maine * Derek Veilleux, Fairfield, Maine * Jackson White, Lisbon, Maine * Darryl Whitney, Hudson, N.H. * Women's Outdoor Track Deedra Beveridge, Camden, Maine * Melissa Bouchard, Millinocket, Maine * Kelly Busby, Biddeford, Maine * Tiffany Cook, Leesburg, Fla. * Miranda Derenburger, Oxford, Maine * Sarah Dolley, Oakland, Maine * Melanie Fike, Manchester, Maine * Nicole Freeman, Whitefield, Maine * Lauren Lohmeyer, Portland, Maine * Brittany McClure, Belfast, Maine * Jess Short, Bennington, Vt. * Amy Swanberg, Lamoine, Maine * Jacki Tremblay, St. Albans, Vt. * Volleyball Celine Cote, Milan, N.H. Miranda Derenburger, Oxford, Maine * Tasha Gerken, Limington, Maine Jordan Gibbs, Madawaska, Maine Marcy Muller, Farmington, Maine Diane Smith, Thomaston, Conn. Wrestling Pat Caruana, Auburn, N.Y. Jesse Coleman, Bristol, Vt. * = Multi-sport student-athletes
Extractions: World Championship Team : Walter Byron Konrad Johannesson Robert Benson Chris Fridfinsson ... Allan Woodman . (Canada were represented by the Winnipeg Falcons Olympic Team : Jack Cameron Ernie Collett Dunc Munro Beattie Ramsay ... Harold McMunn . Coach : Frank Rankin . (Canada were represented by the Toronto Granites World Championship Team : Jack Cameron Ernie Collett Dunc Munro Beattie Ramsay ... Harold McMunn . Coach : Frank Rankin . (Canada were represented by the Toronto Granites Olympic Team : Norbert 'Stuffy' Mueller Dr Joe Sullivan Frank Fisher Roger 'Rod' Plaxton ... Frank Sullivan . Coach : Conn Smythe . (Canada were represented by the University of Toronto Graduates World Championship Team : Norbert 'Stuffy' Mueller Dr Joe Sullivan Frank Fisher Roger 'Rod' Plaxton ... Frank Sullivan . Coach : Conn Smythe . (Canada were represented by the University of Toronto Graduates World Championship Team : Timpson, Griffin, Radke, Armstrong, Park, Clayton, Adams, Grant, Hutchinson. (Canada were represented by the Port Arthur Bearcats)
Extractions: Contact: Jamie Joss at (315) 228-7566 ECAC ANNOUNCES ALL-DECADE TEAM LAKE PLACID, N.Y. Vermont's Martin St. Louis (1997), Tim Thomas (1997), and Eric Perrin (1997) were each named to this prestigious group. In addition to their countless ECAC accomplishments, all three Catamounts were Hobey Baker finalists who received all-American recognition. Harvard's remarkable trio consists of Peter Ciavaglia (1991), Ted Drury (1993), and Sean McCann (1994). Ciavaglia and Drury both took home ECAC Player of the Year honors during their senior campaigns, while all three became all-Americans and Hobey Baker finalists. Clarkson was the only other school that was able to obtain more than one position on the All-Decade Team. Todd White (1997) and Brian Mueller (1995) were both first-team selections. The remaining members of this dream team include Rensselaer's Joe Juneau (1991), Yale's Ray Giroux (1998), Colgate's Mike Harder (1997), St. Lawrence's Daniel Laperriere (1992), and Union's Trevor Koenig (1998).
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Extractions: Meet the Team Schedule/Results News Archives HOBEY BAKER MEMORIAL AWARD 1990 Kip Miller FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS Selected by American Hockey Coaches Association 1959 Joe Selinger, G 1962 John Chandik, G 1964 Carl Lackey, D 1965 Doug Roberts, F 1966 Doug Volmar, F 1969 Rick Duffett, G 1971 Don Thompson, F 1972 Jim Watt, G 1973 Bob Boyd, D 1974 Norm Barnes, D Steve Colp, F 1975 Tom Ross, F 1976 Tom Ross, F 1982 Ron Scott, G 1983 Ron Scott, G 1985 Dan McFall, D Kelly Miller, F Craig Simpson, F 1986 Mike Donnelly, F 1987 Mitch Messier, F 1989 Kip Miller, F Bobby Reynolds, F 1990 Kip Miller, F 1991 Jason Woolley, D 1992 Joby Messier, D Dwayne Norris, F 1993 Bryan Smolinski, F SECOND-TEAM ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS Selected by American Hockey Coaches Association 1984 Dan McFall, D 1985 Gary Haight, D 1986 Don McSween, D 1987 Don McSween, D 1990 Jason Muzzatti, G 1994 Steve Guolla, F 1995 Anson Carter, F
Extractions: Meet the Team Schedule/Results News Archives Delmar Reid, 1950-52 Gerald Bergin, 1951-53 Edward Schiller, 1953-56 Joseph Selinger, 1956-59 Eldon VanSpybrook, 1957-60 John Chandik, 1960-63 Harry Woolf, 1961-64 Alex Terpay, 1963-65 Carl Howell, 1964-65 Gerald Fisher, 1964-67 Robert Johnson, 1967-70 James Watt, 1969-72 Ron Clark, 1971-75 James LaPointe, 1972-73 Thomas Bowen, 1972-74 Gary Carr, 1973-74 David Versical, 1975-78 Douglas Belland, 1978-80 Tom Nowland, 1984-85 Eric Kruse, 1991-94 Mike Gresl, 1996-present Joseph Suarez, 1950-51 Arthur Barker, 1955-56 Robert Norman, 1957-60 Carl Lackey, 1961-64 Robert Brawley, 1964-67 Daniel O'Connor, 1968-69 David Roberts, 1969-72 Christopher Murfey, 1971-74 Jack Johnson, 1974-77 James Clifford, 1977-81 Donald Gibson, 1986-90 Nicolas Perreault, 1990-94 Jon Gaskins, 1994-present James Doyle, 1950-51 Robert Barry, 1951-53 Derio Nicoli, 1951-55 John Polomsky, 1953-56 Elwood Miller, 1955-56, 1958-59 Robert Armstrong, 1957-60 Jack Foote, 1959-60 Gustave Hendrickson, 1959-62 Richard Bois, 1965-68 Michael DeMarco, 1968-71 Norman Barnes, 1971-74 Theodore Huesing, 1976-80 Daniel Hiatt, 1980-81 Neil Davey, 1983-84 Brad Hamilton, 1985-89 Michael Stewart, 1989-92
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Extractions: Acquired defenseman Curtis Leschyshyn from the Minnesota Wild for a 2001 third-round draft pick. Acquired center Mike Sillinger from the Florida Panthers for conditional pick in 2001 or 2002. Traded center John Emmons from the Ottawa Senators for defenseman Craig Millar. Assigned defenseman Craig Millar to Grand Rapids of the International Hockey March 12
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