One of the best rivalries in Atlantic Hockey renews this weekend when Bentley and Holy Cross square off for a two game series this weekend in Worcester, Mass. The series gets underway Friday night at 7:05 at the Hart Center, and concludes Saturday night at the same time.
Sophomore center Jake Kauppila (Gurnee, Ill.) scored two goals, including the tying goal with 2:04 left in regulation, as Bentley and AIC played to a 3-3 tie in the Falcons’ season-opener at the JAR on Tuesday night.
Bentley University sophomore Aidan Pelino (Oakville, Ontario) has been named to the Mike Richter Award watch list, which is awarded at the end of the season to the most outstanding goaltender in Division I men’s hockey.
With a new home rink on the horizon, the Bentley hockey team is set to open up the 2017-18 season on Tuesday night at the JAR against Atlantic Hockey foe American International. Puck drop is set for 7:05 pm and can be seen on AtlanticHockey.TV
Senior forward Kyle Schmidt (Menomonee Falls, Wisc./Sioux City) will captain the Bentley hockey team this season, head coach Ryan Soderquist announced Tuesday. Junior defenseman Tanner Jago (Brandon, Manitoba/Portage) will be the assistant captain.
The Bentley University hockey team will welcome in nine freshmen to the program for the 2017-18 season. The class consists of five forwards and four defensemen, from five different junior leagues and the prep ranks across North America.
The Bentley hockey team has unveiled its schedule for the upcoming 2017-18 season. The slate features 34 games, with 28 against their Atlantic Hockey rivals, and six coming against non-conference opponents.
Bentley University is once again well represented on the Atlantic Hockey All-Academic Team. The Falcons had 20 student-athletes receive All-Academic recognition, among the highest in the conference, for the 2016-17 season.
Former Bentley University hockey standout Max French (West Kelowna, B.C.) has been named a CoSIDA Academic Third Team All-American for the Division I Men’s At-Large team, it was announced Thursday. French becomes the first student-athlete from the Bentley hockey program to earn the distinction.
Three Bentley University student-athletes have earned CoSIDA Academic All-District 1 honors in the men’s at-large program, which was announced Thursday by the College Sports Information Directors of America. They are seniors Max Adler (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla./Northfield Mount Hermon School) of the men’s lacrosse team and Max French (West Kelowna, B.C./West Kelowna) of the hockey team, and junior Cal Meyers (Richfield, Wisc./Slinger HS) of the golf team.
All-America women’s basketball player Jen Gemma (Milton/Fontbonne Academy) and football linebacker Bryan Hardy (Barnstable/Barnstable HS), a first-team CoSIDA Academic All-America®, have been named the Outstanding Senior Athletes at Bentley University. In addition, hockey standout Max French (West Kelowna, B.C./West Kelowna Warriors) was selected for the Edward J. Powers Scholar Athlete Award as Bentley’s premier senior scholar-athlete.
Air Force got the go-ahead goal 39 seconds into the 3rd period, and hung on the rest of the way for a narrow 2-1 win over Bentley in game two of the Atlantic Hockey quarterfinals to eliminate the Falcons in two games.
For the second straight season, Bentley University center Max French (West Kelowna, B.C./West Kelowna) has been named first team All-Atlantic Hockey. The All-Conference teams are voted on by the league’s 11 head coaches.
Coming off a thrilling two games to one series victory over Sacred Heart in the first round, the Bentley hockey team travels out to Colorado this weekend to take on Air Force in a best of three quarterfinals series. Games one and two are Friday and Saturday night, and game three if necessary, is Sunday night. Game times are 9:05 eastern each night.
Freshman Ryner Gorowsky (Lino Lakes, Minn./Fairbanks) scored 30 seconds into double overtime to give Bentley University a dramatic 3-2 victory over Sacred Heart in the deciding game three of the Atlantic Hockey first round Sunday night at the JAR.