Nine students named to all-conference ice hockey teams
Nine student-athletes – Matthew Carroll ’15, Amanda Cronin ’17, Colleen Marcik ’17, Sarah Markey ’15, Danielle Phalon ’16, Alex Pompeo ’16, Evan Schmidbauer ’18, Evan Schultz ’17 and John Scorcia ’15 – have been named to Eastern College Athletic Conference all-conference ice hockey teams.
Men’s ice hockey
Schmidbauer was named rookie of the year, Pompeo was named to the first team, and Carroll, Schultz and Scorcia were named to the second team.
Schmidbauer had eight goals in his debut season and recorded the first multi-goal game of his career in a 2-0 win over Becker College on Feb. 11. He followed that up with another multi-point effort in a victory over Western New England University on Feb. 19.
Pompeo led the league in scoring as a defenseman, totaling seven goals and 11 assists. He has also been nominated for the Joe Concannon award, which honors the best American born player in New England.
Carroll posted four goals and nine assists. He also ranked second in the league in plus/minus as a defenseman with a +12 mark on the season.
Schultz led the team in assists (21) and points (28). He also added seven goals, five of which came on the power play. He ranked second in the conference in assists, sixth in scoring and fourth in power play goals.
Scorcia scored 21 total points – seven goals and 14 assists – and become Salve Regina’s all-time assist leader with 62 career assists.
Women’s ice hockey
Phalon was named to the first team, while Cronin, Marcik and Markey were named to the second team. It’s the most players the program has ever had make an all-conference team.
Phalon led the Seahawks and the league in goals with 17, including three on the power play. She scored three game-winning goals and a shorthanded goal, and had a hat trick versus Plymouth State University on Jan. 24.
Cronin led all Salve Regina defensemen with five goals and 11 assists. She was second on the team in plus/minus at +10 and scored twice on the power play.
Marcik posted a superb season, stopping 633 shots for a 2.16 goals against average and a .931 save percentage. She also posted a career-best five shutouts. Her season record stands at 14-7-1.
Markey was Salve Regina’s points leader, scoring 12 goals and 14 assists for 26 total points. She scored five times on the power play and had the game-winning goal versus Wesleyan University on Jan. 20.