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RIT Tigers
RIT Tigers
Institution: Rochester Institute of Technology
Location: Rochester, New York
School founded: 1829
Enrollment: 17,652
President: William W. Destler
Athletic Director: Lou Spiotti
Colors: Orange and Burnt Umber
Home Arena: Gene Polisseni Center
Capacity: 4,500
Dimensions: 200'x85'
Men's Team
Conference: Atlantic Hockey
Coach: Wayne Wilson
(Bowling Green '84)
Conf. Championships: ECAC West: 1984, 1986, 1989, 1994, 1996, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002
Atlantic Hockey: 2010
NCAA Championships: 1983 (Division II)
1985 (Division III)
Major Rivals: Niagara, Air Force
Media: WITR 89.7 FM
Time Warner Cable Sports
Women's Team
Conference: College Hockey America
Coach: Scott McDonald
(Niagara '00)
Conf. Championships: ECAC West: 2011, 2012
CHA: 2014
NCAA Championships: 2012 (Division III)
Major Rivals: Syracuse
Media: RIT Pirate Radio streaming audio
Time Warner Cable Sports

The RIT Tigers are a Men's Division I team in Atlantic Hockey (joined 2006) and a Women's Division I team in College Hockey America (joined 2012).

RIT Mens Hockey (1962 - present)Edit

The RIT Tigers men's ice hockey team is one of two hockey teams representing Rochester Institute of Technology in suburban Rochester, New York. The school's men's team competes in the Division I Atlantic Hockey conference. The team has won two national championships, one each at the Division II and Division III levels. It lost in the semifinals of the Division I "Frozen Four" in 2010. The men's head coach is former Bowling Green University player Wayne Wilson.

HistoryEdit

In the fall of 1957, RIT student Jack Trickey founded the Monroe County Amateur Hockey (MCAHA) Association. A group of RIT students made up the majority of one of the teams. In 1958, the RIT Hockey Club was founded, and competed in the MCAHA until the league folded in 1960. The RIT hockey team continued to play against junior varsity and club teams. The RIT student council and athletic committee recommended that hockey be added to the athletic program, and men's hockey later became a varsity sport.[1] The team competed at the Division II and III level for several years before moving up to Division I in 2006.

Season-by-season resultsEdit

Division IEdit

Season GP W L T Finish Playoffs
2009–10 41 28 12 1 1st, AHA Won AHA Tournament
Won NCAA East Regional
Lost in NCAA Frozen Four, 1–8 (Wisconsin)
2008–09 38 23 13 2 T-1st, AHA Lost in AHA Tournament semifinal, 4–5 (OT) (Mercyhurst)
2007–08 37 19 12 6 2nd, AHA Lost in AHA Tournament semifinal, 0–5 (Air Force)
2006–07 34 21 11 2 1st, AHA Ineligible (transition year)
2005–06 33 9 22 2 N/A Ineligible (transition year)

Current rosterEdit

As of September 19, 2010. [1]

Goaltenders
# State Player Catches Year Hometown Previous Team
1 Flag of California Shane Madolora L Sophomore Salinas, California Omaha (USHL)
30 Flag of Pennsylvania Josh Watson Freshman Lititz, Pennsylvania Powell River (BCHL)
40 Flag of Finland Jan Ropponen L Senior Espoo, Finland Espoo Blues Jr.
Defensemen
# State Player Shoots Year Hometown Previous Team
2 Flag of Texas Nolan Descoteaux Freshman Dallas, Texas South Shore (EJHL)
8 Flag of British Columbia Eliot Raibl Freshman Vancouver, British Columbia Quesnel (BCHL)
20 Flag of Ontario Greg Noyes Freshman Lucan, Ontario Salmon Arm (BCHL)
24 Flag of Ontario Chris Haltigin L Junior Oakville, Ontario Oakville (OJHL)
25 Flag of Ontario Daniel Spivak L Junior Thornhill, Ontario Stouffville (OJHL)
26 Flag of Ontario Trevor Eckenswiller L Junior Lion's Head, Ontario Oakville (OJHL)
27 Flag of Missouri Chris Saracino L Sophomore St. Louis, Missouri Green Bay (USHL)
Forwards
# State Player Shoots Year Hometown Previous Team
3 Flag of Ontario Scott Knowles L Junior Riverside, Ontario Surrey (BCHL)
4 Flag of Ontario Michael Colavecchia Freshman Maple, Ontario Lindsay (CCHL)
7 Flag of Ontario Bryan Potts L Sophomore Niagara Falls, Ontario Markham (OJHL)
10 Flag of Ontario Mark Cornacchia L Junior Unionville, Ontario Markham (OJHL)
11 Flag of Alberta Taylor McReynolds R Junior Sherwood Park, Alberta Green Bay (USHL)
15 Flag of Minnesota Ben Lynch Freshman Blaine, Minnesota Lincoln (USHL)
16 Flag of Ontario Tyler Brenner L Junior Linwood, Ontario Elmira (GOJHL)
17 Flag of Minnesota Sean Murphy R Senior Owatonna, Minnesota Green Bay (USHL)
18 Flag of Michigan Cameron Burt L Junior Detroit, Michigan Green Bay (USHL)
19 Flag of Maryland Adam Mitchell Freshman Crofton, Maryland Bay State (EJHL)
21 Flag of Washington Jeff Smith R Sophomore Spokane, Washington Tri-City (USHL)
22 Flag of British Columbia Adam Hartley L Junior West Vancouver, British Columbia Surrey (BCHL)
23 Flag of Illinois Mike Janda R Senior Glen Ellyn, Illinois Chicago (USHL)
28 Flag of Ontario Andrew Favot L Senior King City, Ontario Aurora (OJHL)


Award winners Edit

National Edit

Hobey Baker Award winners Edit

Hobey Baker Award finalists Edit

All-Americans Edit

Olympians Edit

Atlantic Hockey Association Edit

Coach of the Year Edit

Player of the Year Edit

Tournament MVP Edit

School records Edit

CareerEdit

Division II/III

  • Most goals in a career: Chris Johnstone, 114 (1981–85)
  • Most assists in a career: Mike Bournazakis, 148 (1999–03)
  • Most points in a career: Chris Johnstone, 250 (1981–85)
  • Most penalty minutes in a career:
  • Most points in a career, defenseman:
  • Most assists in a career, defenseman: Jerry Galway, 120 (1997–99, 2000–02)
  • Most wins in a career: Jaime Morris, 87 (1995–99)
  • Most shutouts in a career: (tie) Tyler Euverman, 12 (1999–03); Dave Burkholder, 12 (1980–84)

Division I

  • Most goals in a career: Simon Lambert, 55 (2005–08)
  • Most assists in a career: Dan Ringwald, 104 (2006–10) [2]
  • Most points in a career: Simon Lambert, 132 (2005–08)
  • Most penalty minutes in a career: Brennan Sarazin, 194 (2005–09)
  • Most points in a career, defenseman: Dan Ringwald, 125 (2006–10) [2]
  • Most assists in a career, defenseman: Dan Ringwald, 104 (2006–10) [2]
  • Most wins in a career: Jared DeMichiel, 41 (2006–10) [2]
  • Most shutouts in a career: Jared DeMichiel, 7 (2006–10) [2]

SeasonEdit

PlayerEdit

Division II/III

  • Most goals in a season: Steve Toll, 39 (1996–97)
  • Most assists in a season: Mike Bournazakis, 51 (2000–01)
  • Most points in a season: Steve Toll, 84 (1996–97)
  • Most points in a season, defenseman:
  • Most wins in a season: Dave Burkholder, 28 (1983–84)
  • Most shutouts in a season: Dave Burkholder, 7 (1983–84)
  • Most power play goals in a season: Pete Bournazakis, 17 (2000–01)

Division I

  • Most goals in a season: Matt Smith, 27 (2007–08)
  • Most assists in a season: Andrew Favot, 33 (2009–10)
  • Most points in a season: Simon Lambert, 51 (2007–08)
  • Most points in a season, defenseman: Dan Ringwald, 37 (2009–10)
  • Most wins in a season: Jared DeMichiel, 27 (2009–10) [2]
  • Most shutouts in a season: Jared DeMichiel, 6 (2009–10) [2]
  • Most power play goals in a season: Matt Smith, 17 (2007–08)

TeamEdit

Division II/III

  • Most wins in a season: 31 (1985–86)
  • Most overtime games in a season:
  • Longest overall unbeaten streak:

Division I

  • Most wins in a season: 28 (2009–10)
  • Most overtime games in a season:
  • Longest overall unbeaten streak: 12 (February 12, 2010 – April 8, 2010)

GameEdit

PlayerEdit

Division II/III

Division I

TeamEdit

Division II/III

  • Most goals in a game: 24 (February 8, 2002 vs. Neumann)
  • Most goals in a period: 10 (February 8, 2002, second period vs. Neumann)
  • Most assists in a period:

Division I

  • Most goals in a game: 9 (March 15, 2009 vs. Holy Cross)
  • Most goals in a period: 5 (thrice) (October 20, 2006, second period vs. AIC; January 20, 2009, second period vs. UConn; March 15, 2009, second period vs. Holy Cross)
  • Most assists in a period:

RIT Womens Hockey (1975 - present)Edit

RIT HonorsEdit

Corner CrewEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Bob Matthews sports column, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, April 11, 2010, accessed April 11, 2010
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 http://www.ritathletics.com/news/2010/5/13/MHOCKEY_0513102358.aspx



Atlantic Hockey

Air Force | American Int'l | Army | Bentley | Canisius | Connecticut | Holy Cross | Mercyhurst | Niagara | RIT | Robert Morris | Sacred Heart


College Hockey America

Lindenwood | Mercyhurst | Penn State | RIT | Robert Morris | Syracuse

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