Tryouts will be in Mid September
|Varsity AAA (JAMESTOWN
||Fri., 12/5/14, 6:30pm
||Ontario Hockey Academy
||Rink 2 - Jamestown Savings Bank Arena||L 0-2
|Varsity AAA (JAMESTOWN TOURNAMENT)||Sat., 12/6/14, 1:15pm
||Rink 1 - Jamestown Savings Bank Arena||W 6-2
|Varsity AAA (JAMESTOWN TOURNAMENT)||Sat., 12/6/14, 8:15pm||Upper St. Clair
||Rink 1 - Jamestown Savings Bank Arena||W 9-1|
JV Gray - Noon to 1:30 ice slot
JV Crimson - 1:45 to 3:15 ice slot
Varsity - 3:30 to 5:00 ice slot
Alumni - 5:15 to 6:45 ice slot
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OTHER IMPORTANT DATES
Admission Decisions and Exam Results Mailed
January 5, 2015
Class of 2019 Registration Deadline
January 23, 2015
Class of 2019 Information Night
March 10, 2015
Class of 2019 Placement Tests
April 18, 2015
6TH, 7TH AND
8TH GRADE CLINIC - 2014
2014 Summer Service:
Prep volunteers again volunteered this June 2014 at the "Sprint in the Spirit 5K" (the "nun run" for the IHM Sisters). We also had several Prep parents and a Prep sister helping out, resulting in 72 total hours of service! As always, Sister Mary Jo and the IHM Sisters were delighted to have our Prep students supporting the nun run! Thanks to everyone who participated:
Class of 2015
Class of 2016
Class of 2017
Class of 2018
Alum Thriving at Harvard University; 1st junior hockey captain in 50 years
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Defenseman Max Everson and forward Kyle Criscuolo were named captains of the 2014-15 Harvard men's hockey team, the 122nd and 123rd captains in team history, as the squad gathered for its annual awards banquet Saturday at the Harvard Club of Boston. The team also handed out its annual awards at the gathering.
Harvard will feature co-captains for the first time since the 2010-11 season, when Michael Del Mauro and Christopher Huxley both donned the "C" on their jerseys. With Everson as a captain, it will be the 12th consecutive season the Crimson will have a defenseman leading the squad. Criscuolo, who will be a junior next season, is Harvard's first junior captain in over half a century, as the last non-senior to serve was William Ayers '47 in 1945-46. Everson and Criscuolo will be Harvard's seventh pair of captains in the history of the program.
Four team awards were also handed out Saturday. The John Tudor Memorial Cup, presented to Harvard's most valuable player, went to sophomore forward Jimmy Vesey. Freshman Sean Malone took home the George Percy Award as the team's top rookie, and Criscuolo earned the Ralph "Cooney" Weiland Award for devotion to the game for the second straight season. Freshman Victor Newell was awarded the Donald Angier Hockey Trophy as Harvard's most improved player.
Vesey lead the Crimson in points in 2013-14, totaling 22 on a team-high 13 goals and nine assists. He earned his second All-Ivy accolade in as many years, leading the team in goals for the second straight season. His five game-winning goals ranked tied for first in the ECAC and tied for seventh nationally, and he also held a share of the team lead in power-play goals with four. Vesey was also named a Walter Brown Award candidate for the second consecutive season. It is his second Harvard team award of his career after taking home the George Percy Award in his first year at Harvard.
Malone became the 13th Harvard skater in program history to collect Ivy Rookie of the Year honors, and it marked the second straight season a Harvard skater has received the honor with Vesey earning the title in 2012-13. The top-scoring freshman on the team, Malone amassed 20 points on six goals and 14 assists in his inaugural collegiate season, playing in all 31 games for the Crimson. He recorded the longest point streak on the team this season at five games and also had a team-high two short-handed scores on the year.
Criscuolo showed a nose for the net as well this season, finishing second on the team with 11 goals and 20 total points. He tied with Vesey for the team lead in power-play goals with four and was one of just five players to play every game for the Crimson this season. He compiled seven multi-point games during the 2013-14 campaign.
Newell started the season as a reserve defenseman, and finished as one of Harvard's top scoring threats from the blue line. The freshman suited up for 15 games in his inaugural campaign and tallied 10 points (two goals and eight assists), giving him the second-highest points-per-game average on the team behind Vesey. He recorded his first collegiate goal and assist in the same game, a 7-4 win over Boston University Jan. 4.
What a season!
Each year, the Prep hockey team prepares an annual yearbook and is regularly seeking businesses and individuals looking to partner with the team and sponsor advertisements. If you or a business that you know are interested in supporting the Prep Hockey Program, please fill out this Word document linked here and return it as noted on the document as soon as possible (note that the form says December 31, but we are still accepting submissions).
The past three yearbooks can be found below:
to our Prep Hockey All Stars!
Thank you to everyone in the Prep hockey community for your support of Pink the Rink! It was a huge success!
The event and
game were featured on the NBC-10 11:00 p.m. news last
night and The Delco Times covered the game after
promoting it on their Twitter feed during the
day. Check out the link for the article in
today’s Delco Times: http://www.gametimepa.com/
A special thank you to the players, who were challenged to "fill the room." You delivered! 406 people paid to attend the varsity game, which shattered the record for paid attendance at the Skatium for an ICSHL varsity game. This is in addition to those who had passes for the game and those who attended the Pink the Rink Open Skate. WOW!
Pink the Rink is a herculean effort that can't occur without the generous help of many, many people. We were lucky to partner with the Skatium staff and O’Hara Ice Hockey Program who really supported the event. Thank you so much to those in the Prep hockey family who donated baked goods and pretzels, to the JV-AAA players who volunteered, to the moms "at the tables", to the dads who helped with set up and clean up, to the photographers and announcer, to the managers who kept things running smoothly and to those who made donations and/or purchased t-shirts, pucks and 50/50 raffle tickets to benefit the Kelly Rooney Foundation. All donations of time, talent and treasure were really appreciated. You made my job easy!
A final thank you to the coaches who were so accommodating to the chaos and disruption of the “Puck Chuck” and all the pre-game and between-game activities. We appreciate your understanding when the focus of the evening drifted away from the game.
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a year ahead full of happy moments!
See you at the rink,
Last Updated: December 9, 2014
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