Chatham Cougars Hockey: 38 Players Named To UCHC 2018-2019 Men’s And Women’s All-Academic Teams


ROCHESTER, NY – The United Collegiate Hockey Conference announced on Tuesday, July 30, the conference’s All-Academic team selections for the 2018-19 season. The UCHC’s all-academic distinction is an opportunity to recognize student athletes at our member institutions not only for the work they put in to be part of a collegiate hockey program, but the work they do inside the classroom to prepare for future careers beyond the rink.

For All-Academic consideration, member schools submit the names of players who meet the conference’s eligibility criteria. To be eligible, a player must have completed at least one academic year at their current institution, while holding a cumulative grade point average of 3.20 for all terms of the stipulated 2018-19 academic year.

A total of 316 student-athletes were named to the combined annual list, with Chatham University accounting for 38 overall. The two squads provided 19 players each, putting the women’s team in second place among their competition and the men’s team in fourth.

Women’s Hockey: Holly Ackerman, Madison Black, Kristina Block, Danielle Bos, Elena Boyle, Kerry Carr, Dahea Chung, Sydney Collins, Fiona Danahy, Gabby Delcourt, Kirajean Frost, Michelle Jones, Ashley Marchant, Jennie Piotrzkowski, Katy Reed, Tara Riley, Jillian Rowland, Theresa Schreck, and Devon Strachan.

Men’s Hockey: Johan Allingmon, Jason Bauer, Chad Bell, Dan Bellafiore, Matt Calas, Anthony Dom, Emerson Ducasse, Liam Gentile, Ricardo Gonzalez, Cory King, Michael Lamison, Chris Lutz, Noah Medalsy, Mitch Popp, Brett Reed, Jake Reed, Tristan Simm, Michael Thamert, and Kirk Underwood.

Center Ice Clipboard: Michael Callan enters his third year as head men’s hockey coach in 2019-20 while it is the inaugural campaign for new head women’s hockey coach, Mike O’Grady.

Men’s Hockey opens the regular season on the road Saturday, Nov. 2, against the Anna Marie College Amcats in  Paxton, MA. Women’s Hockey begins 2019-20 at home Friday, Nov. 1 against the Becker College Hawks at Pittsburgh Ice Arena in New Kensington.

This story was provided by Cougars Sports Information Director Kailin Nelson and the Chatham University Athletic Department.

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