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PrezdeJohnson09
02-23-2012, 03:38 PM
First Team All-ECAC West
Forward - Kevin Willer, Elmira, Senior
Forward - Scott Hudson, Manhattanville, Junior
Forward - Tim Coffman, Senior, Utica
Defense - Martin Lee, Elmira, Senior
Defense - William Lacasse, Neumann, Senior
Goalie - Darren McDonald, Elmira, Junior

Second Team All-ECAC West
Forward - Greg Ciciola, Hobart, Senior
Forward - Darcy Vaillancourt, Elmira, Senior
Forward - Evan Chlanda, Utica, Junior
Defense - Brad Richard, Hobart, Junior
Defense - Marcus von Sydow, Manhattanville, Senior
Goalie - Ross MacKinnon, Neumann, Senior

Honorable Mention
Forward - Frank Salituro, Hobart, Junior
Forward - Brendan Turner, Manhattanville, Junior
Forward - Brendan Sanders, Elmira, Senior
Defense - Mike Slowikowski, Utica, Sophomore
Defense - Brock Sawyer, Elmira, Senior
Goalie - Pierre-Olivier Lemieux, Manhattanville, Senior

All-Rookie West
Forward - Tommaso Traversa, Hobart
Forward - Mark Rivera, Manhattanville
Forward - Chris Bournazos, Neumann
Defense - Eric David, Elmira
Defense - Terrence O'Neill, Hobart

ECAC Men's West Player of the Year
Kevin Willer, Elmira
ECAC Men's West Defensive Player of the Year
Martin Lee, Elmira
ECAC Men's West Co-Rookie of the Year
Terrence O'Neill, Hobart
ECAC Men's West Co-Rookie of the Year
Mark Rivera, Manhattanville
ECAC Men's West Coach of the Year
Aaron Saul, Elmira

NUProf
02-23-2012, 08:03 PM
Given that it's a five team conference, that's a lot of awards. 23 player awards, If each team has a 23 man roster that means that 20% of the players earn all conference honors or honorable mention.

Russell Jaslow
02-24-2012, 09:47 AM
Given that it's a five team conference, that's a lot of awards. 23 player awards, If each team has a 23 man roster that means that 20% of the players earn all conference honors or honorable mention.

Here's your participation trophy. Everybody is a winner!

Ozz
02-24-2012, 09:56 AM
Here's your participation trophy. Everybody is a winner!

How did Nazerth get shut out from these awards? You would think someone from Naz would have won the 'Soon-to-be-Rookie-of-the-Year" award...

PrezdeJohnson09
02-24-2012, 10:28 AM
How did Nazerth get shut out from these awards? You would think someone from Naz would have won the 'Soon-to-be-Rookie-of-the-Year" award...

They didn't get any awards because you couldn't spell the name of the college right.

Nazareth ;)

Ozz
02-24-2012, 10:38 AM
They didn't get any awards because you couldn't spell the name of the college right.

Nazareth ;)

You didn't either....it's Nazareth University;)

Russell Jaslow
02-24-2012, 11:09 AM
How did Nazerth get shut out from these awards? You would think someone from Naz would have won the 'Soon-to-be-Rookie-of-the-Year" award...

Which reminds me, I have to start thinking about my annual how Potsdam got screwed out of the NCAA playoffs post...

PSUChamps2001
02-26-2012, 11:24 AM
They didn't get any awards because you couldn't spell the name of the college right.

Nazareth ;)

Please lol...like all your Norwichians who still can't spell PlattsburgH correctly ;-)

norm1909
02-26-2012, 12:23 PM
Please lol...like all your Norwichians who still can't spell PlattsburgH correctly ;-)

Well, them Vermonters changes Alburg to Alburgh (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alburgh_(town),_Vermont), but ...

Please note page 14 of the First report of the United States Board on Geographic Names (http://www.archive.org/download/firstreportofuni00unitrich/firstreportofuni00unitrich.pdf).


The difficulties encountered in carrying out this principle are found mainly in determining what is local usage, or the prevailing local usage
where it is divided between different forms. Where the local usage is so divided, opportunity is afforded for the selection of the more appropriate
and euphonious of the names in use.

The Board considers it desirable to depart from local usage in certain cases in order to effect reforms in nomenclature. Among these departures
approved by the Board are the following:
...
(b) The dropping of the final "h" in the termination " burgh."
(c) The abbreviation of "borough" to "boro."...

PrezdeJohnson09
02-26-2012, 01:07 PM
Please lol...like all your Norwichians who still can't spell PlattsburgH correctly ;-)

Plassburgh?

norm1909
02-26-2012, 01:17 PM
Plassburgh?

It appears you are mistaking "f" & "s" issue (http://www.quora.com/Did-old-English-use-f-instead-of-s) with "t" & "s". :rolleyes: