Wesleyan men’s hockey senior forward Walker Harris was announced today as the winner of the 20th annual Joe Conannon Award, presented annually to the best American-born college hockey player in New England at the Division II/III level. Harris joins Jim Pancyzkowski (2004), becoming just the second Cardinal in program history to earn the prestigious honor.
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Fresh off a thrilling run to the program’s first NESCAC Championship, the No. 15 nationally-ranked Wesleyan men’s hockey team is set for its first-ever NCAA Tournament Game with a First Round matchup at No. 10 Babson. The opening puck drop is set for Saturday at 7:00 PM from the Babson Skating Center. Wesleyan heads into this showdown with an overall 15-11-1 record while the Beavers secured an at-large berth into the NCAA Tournament with a 18-6-1 mark on the season.
Wesleyan men’s hockey senior forward Walker Harris was named the NESCAC Player of the Week following a tremendous showing, helping lead the Cardinals to the first conference title in program history.
The 2020 NESCAC Champion Wesleyan men’s hockey team has drawn a First Round matchup, in the program’s first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance, against No. 13 nationally-ranked Babson. The game will be played at the Babson Skating Center on Saturday, March 14 at 7:00 PM.
It was all-out pandemonium for the Wesleyan men’s ice hockey team as the Cardinals scored seven goals in just over 30 minutes of action, erasing an early deficit to thunder past No. 8 Trinity, 7-2, winning the program’s first-ever NESCAC Championship on Sunday afternoon from Lansing Chapman Rink on the campus of Williams College. Wesleyan captures its first conference title in the Cardinals’ first NESCAC Championship game appearance, improving to 15-11-1 on the season and securing the league’s automatic bid into the 2020 NCAA Tournament.