MIDDLETOWN, Conn. - The No. 12 Wesleyan men’s hockey team (15-6-2, 13-2-2) were edged 6-5 by No. 11 Trinity in Friday night’s showdown between the first-ranked Cardinals and the second-ranked Bantams (15-3-2, 11-2-4). With the loss, the number one seed for the upcoming NESCAC tournament will be decided when the two teams square off again tomorrow, this time at Trinity.
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MIDDLETOWN, Conn. - The No. 10 Wesleyan men’s hockey team (15-5-2, 13-1-2) saw its NESCAC unbeaten streak snapped on Saturday when they fell 4-1 to Colby (9-9-4, 6-7-3). Despite the loss, the Cardinals recorded the longest unbeaten streak in regular-season NESCAC play (13-0-2) which had stood since 2011 when the conference became exclusive.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. - The No. 10 Wesleyan men’s hockey team (15-4-2) set a new program record for most wins in a season (15) en route to a 3-1 victory over Bowdoin (6-13-2, 3-11-1) on Friday. The Cardinals extended their win streak to eight and currently own the NESCAC’s longest unbeaten streak (13-0-3), in regular season play, since the league became exclusively NESCAC teams in 2011.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. – Walker Harris, Chad Malinowski, and Tim Sestak, of the Wesleyan men’s hockey team, have been named semifinalists for the 19th Joe Concannon Award announced by the president of the Gridiron Club of Greater Boston on February 7th. The trio are among 25players in the running for the award, presented annually to the best American-born NCAA Division II/III college hockey player in New England.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. – The Wesleyan men’s hockey team will celebrate and honor the life of former teammate Connor Albert with a ceremonial puck-drop on Friday, January 8th before its 7:00 p.m. game against Bowdoin. After battling with Osteosarcoma for 20 months, Connor tragically passed away in December of 2017 at the age of 10.
Junior goaltender Tim Sestak of the No. 10 Wesleyan University’s men’s ice hockey team was named the NESCAC Player of the Week for the second consecutive time, and third in the last four weeks, following a pair of conference wins this weekend. On Friday evening, Sestak recorded 31 saves to earn his ninth career-shutout with a 2-0 victory over Middlebury. The following day, Sestak made 33 stops in a 2-1 overtime triumph at Williams as the Cardinals claimed the Little Three Championship.