2015-2016 Winter Roster

No.
Name
Position
High School
Hometown
1 Emerson Verrier '18GoalieTrinity College School New York, N.Y.

Emerson majors in Economics (Financial Markets) and minors in Philosophy. He is the co-founder of the Northern Capital Investment Club. He worked with a biotechnology firm in the summer of 2015.

2015-16 season highlights: Verrier started all 25 games for the Mules, amassing more than 1,500 minutes, and led the NESCAC in total saves (730). He finished the season with a 2.57 goals against average, a .918 save percentage, and recorded one shutout and had an assist. Verrier was named to the NESCAC Winter All-Academic Team. He earned NESCAC Player of the Week and tournament MVP Honors for his play during the Bowdoin/Colby Classic in November.

2014-15 season highlights: Verrier played 341 minutes and made 150 saves. He had seven starts.

Before Colby:

Emerson graduated from Trinity College School and played hockey and rugby.

2 Michael Decker '18DefenseCanterbury School Algonquin, Ill.

Michael is an Economics-Financial Markets major at Colby. Michael is an Admissions Tour Guide Coordinator and volunteers at Maine General Hospital.

2015-16 season highlights: Decker played in 24 games as a sophomore on defense, finishing the year with two goals and six assists.

2014-15 season highlights: Decker appeared in 18 games in his first season as a defenseman for the Mules. Michael finished the season with one goal and six assists for a total of seven points.

Before Colby:

Michael graduated from the Canterbury School, where he played football, hockey, and baseball. He was a member of the Canterbury Honor Society and Lead Ambassador, a hockey captain, and was selected second team all-conference in football and baseball.

3 Chris Kennedy '16DefenseXaverian Brothers High School Sherborn, Mass.

Chris double majors in Economics and Environmental Studies (Policy). He is a member of the Northern Capital Investment Club and the Rising Readers Club. In the summer, he enjoys tournament fishing.

2015-16 season highlights: Kennedy played in three games and recorded an assist before an injury ended his season.

2014-15 season highlights: Kennedy played in 10 games for the Mules in his junior season, finishing the year with two goals and six assists.

2013-14 season highlights: Chris played in just two games due to injury.

2012-13 season highlights: Kennedy played in all 25 games on defense in his first year and finished with four assists.

Before Colby:

Chris graduated from Xaverian Brothers High School and played hockey. He was selected to the high school all-star team in Massachusetts. Chris played hockey with the Walpole Express.

4 Alex Walsh '16DefenseDelbarton School Basking Ridge, N.J.

Alex double majors in History and Economics. He tutors in the Writers’ Center, is a teaching assistant with the Economics Department, and a member of the Senior Pledge Committee.

2015-16 hockey season highlights: Walsh played in 24 games on defense for the Mules and had a fine senior season, finishing with three goals and four assists. Alex was on the NESCAC Winter All-Academic Team. He earned the team's Jack Kelley Coaches Award and the Unsung Hero Award.

2015 golf season highlights: In his first season with the team, Walsh played in the Thomas Invitational. He was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014-15 hockey season highlights: Walsh played in 20 games for the Mules in his junior season and finished the year with three assists on defense. He was on the NESCAC Winter All-Academic Team.

2013-14 hockey season highlights: Alex played in 20 games and had five assists, including three against conference opponents.

Before Colby:

Alex played his first year of collegiate hockey at Middlebury before transferring to Colby. He played at Delbarton School.

5 Dan Dupont '18DefenseSouth Kent School Wallingford, Conn.

Dan majors in Economics (Financial Markets) and minors in Environmental Studies.

2015-16 hockey season highlights: Dupont played in 18 games for the Mules and recorded two assists. He was named to the NESCAC Winter All-Academic Team.

2015 golf season highlights: Dupont played in the Thomas Invitational for the Mules and finished 18th.

2014-15 hockey season highlights: Dupont appeared in 22 games on defense for the Mules, finishing the year with four assists.

Before Colby:

Dan graduated from Xavier High School (2013) and South Kent School (2014), where he played golf and hockey. Dan was a National Honor Society member.

6 Andrew Reis '18DefenseMillbrook School Burlington, Ont. Canada

Andrew majors in Economics (Financial Markets) and has a minor in Environmental Studies.

2015-16 season highlights: Reis played in nine games for the Mules in his sophomore season.

2014-15 season highlights: Reis was the team's Norman Walker Award winner as Most Improved Player. He played in five games for the Mules in his first season, finishing the year with one assist.

Before Colby:

Andrew graduated from The Millbrook School, where he played hockey and golf.

7* Geoff Sullivan '17DefenseThe Governor's Academy Topsfield, Mass.

Geoff majors in Economics (Financial Markets) at Colby. He is a member of the Colby Leadership Academy and the Student Athletic Advisory Committee.

2015-16 hockey season highlights: Sullivan played in 22 games for the Mules, finishing the year with two goals and was second on the team with 13 assists. His 13 assists were good for 10th in the conference, his eight power play points placed him sixth, and Sullivan was the fifth-leading scorer in the NESCAC among defensemen.

2015 golf season highlights: Sullivan led the Mules with a 79 on the first day at the NESCAC Championships, and fired the same score at the CBB Tournament to finish second.

2014-15 hockey season highlights: Sullivan anchored the Mules at defense in his sophomore season while finishing fourth on the team with 10 assists. He was the team's Defensive Player of the Year Award winner and was selected to the NESCAC Winter All-Sportsmanship Team.

2014 golf season highlights: Sullivan finished seventh in the Maine State Tournament with a two-day total of 151, finished 19th in the NESCAC Qualifier with a two-day total of 156, and finished fourth in the CBB Tournament with a score of 79.

2013-14 hockey season highlights: Geoff was second among defensemen in scoring with two goals and seven assists for nine points. He had eight of his nine points in conference games.

2013 golf season highlights: Sullivan earned NESCAC Rookie of the Year honors for the top first-year finish at the conference tournament. Sullivan is the first Colby golfer to earn the league rookie honor. He also was All-NESCAC First Team after finishing in a tie for fifth place at the league qualifier. Sullivan was second in the Maine State meet, fourth in the CBB Tournament, and earned NESCAC All-Sportsmanship honors.

Before Colby:

Geoff graduated with high honors from The Governor’s Academy. He was golf MVP in 2011, 2012, and 2013, received the golf Coach’s Award in 2010. Geoff was a 2013 All-ISL golf and hockey selection, receiving the hockey Coach’s Award in 2013.

8 Devin Albert '17ForwardBelmont Hill School Reading, Mass.

Devin is an Economics major with a concentration in Financial Markets.

2015-16 hockey season highlights: Albert played in 21 games for the Mules and led the team with 11 goals and added eight assists. He had three power play goals to place him third in the NESCAC, was tied for ninth in total goals, tied forst first with three game-winning goals, and finished 19th in overall scoring. Devin earned the team's Ellsworth Millett MVP Award for the second straight year.

2015 golf season highlights: Albert played in the Thomas Invitational in his first year with the golf team.

2014-15 hockey season highlights: Albert shared the team's Millett Award for MVP and finished 11th in the NESCAC in scoring with 12 goals and 12 assists for 24 points. He added five power play goals and two short-handed scores.

2013-14 hockey season highlights: Albert was tied for fifth on the Mules in scoring with three goals and eight assists for 11 points in his first year. He was third on Colby in game-winning goals (two) and his eight assists led all Colby rookies.

Before Colby:

Devin played hockey at Belmont Hill School.

9* E.J. Rauseo '17ForwardBelmont Hill School Methuen, Mass.

E.J. majors in Economics (Financial Markets) and minors in Chinese. He is a Colby Cares About Kids mentor.

2015-16 hockey season highlights: Rauseo played in all 25 games for the Mules, finishing the season with four goals and 12 assists. He was third on the team and 12th in the NESCAC in assists and finished eighth in NESCAC power play scoring with seven points.

2015 golf season highlights: Rauseo paired with Chris Gallogly to finish third at the Colby Classic and also finished eighth in the CBB Tournament at Bates.

2014-15 hockey season highlights: Rauseo earned a share of the Millett Award as team MVP and also made the NESCAC Winter All-Academic Team. He was a semifinalist for the Concannon Award. E.J. was tied for 11th in the conference in scoring (11 goals, 13 assists) and was 14th in conference-only games at eight goals and eight assists. He had four power play scores.

2014 golf season highlights: Rauseo led the Mules with a two-day total of 159 to finish 20th at the Bowdoin Invitational. E.J. also finished 11th in the CBB Tournament in 2014.

2013-14 hockey season highlights: E.J. was tied for fifth on the Mules in scoring with five goals and six assists for 11 points. He had three goals and four assists in conference games.

2013 golf season highlights: E.J. was third among Colby golfers at the Bowdoin Invitational. He also competed in the Maine State meet and the Husson Invitational.

Before Colby:

E.J. graduated from Belmont Hill School, where he played hockey and baseball. He was an All-ISL First Team baseball selection, a one-time ISL hockey champion, and a two-time ISL baseball champion.

11 Tyler Lingel '16ForwardProctor Academy South Glens Falls, N.Y.

Tyler majors in Biology at Colby.

2015-16 season highlights: Lingel played in 23 games for the Mules, finishing with one goal and three assists. He was named to the NESCAC Winter All-Academic Team.

2014-15 season highlights: Lingel appeared in 17 games in the 2014-15 season, finishing the year with one goal and one assist.

2013-14 season highlights: Tyler played in 21 games and finished with three goals, including one on the power play, and three assists.

Before Colby:

Tyler graduated from Proctor Academy where he played hockey and baseball.

12 Jack Burton '17DefenseSaint Pauls School For Boys Reisterstown, Md.

Jack majors in Biology (Neuroscience) and minors in Managerial Economics. He contributes to the college newspaper, mentors with the Colby Cares About Kids program, and is a research assistant in the neuroscience rat lab. Jack had an investment banking internship in the summer of 2015.

2015-16 season highlights: Burton played in 24 games for the Mules, scoring seven goals and adding 10 assists. Burton was second in conference scoring among defensemen, eighth in power play points (7), and added two game-winning goals. Jack earned the team's Defensive Player of the Year Award, the Todd McGovern Teammate of the Year Award, and the Horseshoe Award.

2014-15 season highlights: Burton, who plays on defense, shared the team's Todd McGovern Teammate of the Year Award. He finished the season with 23 games played, along with two goals and four assists for six points. Jack was on the NESCAC Winter All-Academic Team.

2013-14 season highlights: Jack played in 15 games in his first year and contributed three goals and four assists for seven points. He had one game-winning goal.

Before Colby:

Jack graduated from St. Paul’s School for Boys and played hockey. He also played for the Boston Bandits.

14 Cam MacDonald '18ForwardWestford Academy Cumberland, Maine

Cam is an American Studies major at Colby.

2015-16 season highlights: MacDonald played in all 25 games and led the Mules in scoring as a sophomore with six goals and 14 assists. He finished 12th in NESCAC scoring and sixth in assists. He was named to the NESCAC Winter All-Sportsmanship team.

2014-15 season highlights: MacDonald played in all 24 games for the Mules in his first season and finished fourth on the team with 15 points (six goals, nine assists).

Before Colby:

Cam played hockey at Westford Academy. He is the son of Colby head coach Blaise MacDonald.

15 Griffin Fadden '18ForwardConcord-Carlisle Regional HS Concord, Mass.

Griffin majors in Economics at Colby. He is a member of the Northern Capital Investment Club.

2015-16 season highlights: Fadden played in nine games for the Mules and finished with one goal and one assist. He was named to the NESCAC Winter All-Academic Team.

2014-15 season highlights: Fadden appeared in four games for the Mules in his first year in an injury-riddled season.

Before Colby:

Griffin graduated from Concord-Carlisle, where he played lacrosse and hockey.

16 John Rourke '19ForwardSt Sebastians School Wellesley, Mass.

John has an Economics major with a concentration in Financial Markets. He works with the Physical Plant Department on campus.

2015-16 season highlights: Rourke played in 10 games in his first year with the Mules, scoring his first collegiate goal against Endicott.

Before Colby:

John graduated from St. Sebastian’s School and played hockey. He was a National Honor Society member.

17 Colin Reilly '17ForwardPelham Memorial High School Pelham, N.Y.

Colin majors in Economics (Financial Markets) at Colby. He is a member of the Colby Leadership Academy and the Mayflower Hill Capital Group.

2015-16 season highlights: Reilly played in all 25 games for the Mules as a junior, finishing the season with two goals and four assists. He was named to the NESCAC Winter All-Academic Team. Colin earned the team's Academic Achievement Award for the second straight year.

2014-15 season highlights: Reilly earned the team's Academic Achievement Award and was on the NESCAC Winter All-Academic Team. He played in all 24 games for the Mules in his sophomore season. Colin finished the year with four goals and three assists.

2013-14 season highlights: Reilly played in 22 of the 25 games and had four goals and three assists for seven points. He had one power play goal and one game-winning score.

Before Colby:

Colin graduated from Pelham Memorial High School, where he played hockey and lacrosse. He was the 2012 Westchester County Player of the Year and a two-time first team all-state hockey selection.

18 Mario Benicky '18ForwardWestminster School Zilinsky Kraj, 03101 Slovakia

Mario majors in Economics (Financial Markets) at Colby. He is a member of the Northern Capital Investment Club.

2015-16 season highlights: Benicky played in 23 games for the Mules and finished the season with three goals and five assists.

2014-15 season highlights: Benicky finished his first season with eight goals and 11 assists to lead all Colby first-years and was third on the team overall. Mario finished the season with four power play goals.

Before Colby:

Mario graduated from the Westminster School, where he played soccer, hockey, and lacrosse.

19 Zack Hale '19ForwardBerkshire School Edina, Minn.

Zack is undecided on a major at Colby.

2015-16 season highlights: Hale played in 17 games for the Mules in his first season, finishing the year with one assist.

Before Colby:

Zack graduated cum laude from the Berkshire Academy and played hockey. He was a member of the National Spanish Honor Society.

20 Jonathan Sdao '16ForwardCulver Academies Niwot, Colo.

John majors in Economics (Financial Markets). He is a leader of the Movember Movement on campus. In the summer, he helps disperse golf carts at Colorado National Golf Club.

2015-16 season highlights: Sdao finally had a healthy season and played in all 25 games for the Mules. He finished the season with four goals and two assists. Sdao saw significant time on the penalty kill and tallied one short-handed goal. He was the team's Mal Wilson Humanitarian Award winner.

2014-15 season highlights: Sdao appeared in seven games due to injury issues for the Mules in his junior season, primarily at forward. Jonathan finished the season with one goal and one assist.

2013-14 season highlights: Sdao played in only 10 games due to injury and finished with four assists on defense.

2012-13 season highlights: Jonathan had a solid first year for the Mules, finishing with eight points on four goals and four assists. He had two power play goals and one game-winning score. Sdao had three goals and two assists in conference play.

Before Colby:

John graduated from Culver Military Academy, where he played hockey, golf, and baseball.

21 Thomas Stahlhuth '19DefenseChristian Brothers College HS Saint Louis, Mo.

Thomas is an Economics major and has a Financial Markets concentration.

2015-16 season highlights: Stahlhuth played in six games for the Mules on the blue line and finished the season with three assists.

Before Colby:

Thomas graduated from Christian Brothers College High School and played hockey. Thomas received the Alumni Leadership Award, selected by his graduating class.

22 Nicholas O'Connor '19ForwardBerkshire School Canton, Mass.

Nick is an Economics major at Colby.

2015-16 hockey season highlights: O’Connor played in all 25 games as a first-year for the Mules. He finished the season with five goals and seven assists. O’Connor finished fourth in the NESCAC scoring among first-years and eighth in conference power play scoring with seven points.

2015 golf season highlights: O’Connor played in the NESCAC Championships for the Mules at Williams College. He placed 14th in the Thomas Invitational.

Before Colby:

Nick graduated from Canton High School and attended the Berkshire School. He played golf, hockey, and lacrosse. He was an honor roll student at both schools.

23 Phil Klitirinos '18ForwardKent School Dollard-Des-Ormeaux, Que. Canada

Phil majors in Economics (Financial Markets) at Colby. He was class president in his first-year, and is a member of the Northern Capital Investment Club.

2015-16 season highlights: Klitirinos played in nine games for the Mules. He was named to the NESCAC Winter All-Academic Team.

2014-15 season highlights: Klitirinos played in 23 games for the Mules in his first season and finished with two goals and three assists.

Before Colby:

Phil graduated with high honors from the Kent School where he played hockey.

24 Kevin Doherty '17ForwardBridgton Academy Wakefield, Mass.

Kevin majors in Economics (Financial Markets) at Colby. He is a member of Team Impact.

2015-16 season highlights: Doherty played in 20 games for the Mules, tallying three goals and five assists. He shared the team's Norman Walker Most Improved Award.

2014-15 season highlights: Doherty played in 12 games for the Mules in his sophomore season, finishing the year with two assists.

2013-14 season highlights: Kevin played in 16 games in his first year and had two goals and one assist.

Before Colby:

Kevin graduated from Wakefield High School (2012) and Bridgton Academy (2013) where he played hockey and lacrosse. He was a Middlesex League All-Star selection in hockey (2011, 2012) and lacrosse (2012), and a Massachusetts State All-Star in 2012.

27 Michael Rudolf '18ForwardSouth Kent School Zug 6343, Switzerland

Michael majors in Economics (Financial Markets) and is a member of the Northern Capital Investment Club.

2015-16 season highlights: Rudolf played in all 25 games for the Mules, finishing the season with five goals and five assists. He was named to the NESCAC Winter All-Academic team.

2014-15 season highlights: Rudolf played in 23 games for the Mules in his first season, finishing the year with five goals and one assist.

Before Colby:

Michael graduated from South Kent School, where he played hockey, lacrosse, and golf.

28 Scott Fenwick '17ForwardNorthwood School Quispamsis, N.B. Canada

Scott majors in Biology (Neuroscience) and minors in Chemistry. He is a Colby Cares About Kids mentor and a Maine Alzheimer’s Foundation Volunteer Scribe.

2015-16 season highlights: Fenwick played in 18 games for the Mules, finishing the season with two goals and two assists. He was named to the NESCAC Winter All-Academic Team.

2014-15 season highlights: Fenwick earned the team's Mal Wilson Humanitarian Award and was on the NESCAC Winter All-Academic Team. He appeared in 15 games for the Mules, finishing the season with three assists.

2013-14 season highlights: Scott played in 14 games and had his first collegiate assist.

Before Colby:

Scott graduated from Northwood School, where he played hockey and tennis. He received the Charles Holt Hockey Award and the Highest Award for Outstanding Citizen.

29 Kai Frankville '17DefenseGunnery La Jolla, Calif.

Kai majors in Economics (Financial Markets) and is a member of the Northern Capital Investment Club.

2015-16 season highlights: Frankville played in 20 games on defense for the Mules as a junior, finishing the season with one goal and two assists.

2014-15 season highlights: Frankville played in all 24 games for the Mules in his sophomore season, finishing the year with one goal and two assists on defense.

2013-14 season highlights: Kai played in all 25 games on defense and had one goal and one assist.

Before Colby:

Kai graduated from The Gunnery School, where he played hockey and lacrosse.

30 Mack Burton '19GoalieThe Governor's Academy Columbus, Ohio

Mack is an Economics major with a concentration in Financial Markets.

2015-16 season highlights: Burton did not see action in his first year with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Mack graduated with high honors from The Governor’s Academy, where he played hockey and lacrosse.

33 Robbie DeAngelo '19GoalieBoston Latin School West Roxbury, Mass.

Robbie has a double major in Mathematical Sciences and Computer Science. He also has a minor in Physics.

2015-16 season highlights: DeAngelo did not see action in his first year with the Mules. He shared the team's Norman Walker Most Improved Award.

Before Colby:

Robbie graduated with high honors from Boston Latin School where he played hockey.


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