2018-2019 ECRHA Award FinalistsECRHA February 23rd, 2019 at 10:42AM February 25th, 2019 10:37PM
Come join us for the 8th Annual ECRHA Awards Banquet, which will once again be held at Twining Hall in Trevose, PA. The doors for the Banquet will open at 7:00 pm on Friday, March 1st. The Banquet should get underway at approx 7:30pm. We encourage all players to attend what is usually a fun night for everyone involved.
All finalists are invited to the banquet free of charge. There will be plenty of room for friends and family, but a small charge will apply. Tickets will be available at the door, but we encourage everyone to buy tickets ahead of time to limit any line getting into the banquet. Tickets can be purchased HERE.
Congratulations to all players nominated for an award. Players listed below as a finalist will receive an invite to the awards Banquet in the coming days, please make sure to RSVP as seating at the Banquet is limited to 150 and we have reach that number a few times in the last few years.
The awards banquet will be hosted by ECRHA Official Brett Kotcher for the third straight year. Past hosts included ED Mike Burke, DHO Kevin Murphy and Hofstra Coach AJ Frey.
The following is a list of FINALISTS, the winners will be announced at the Banquet.
Division 1 Player of the Year: Max Halverson (Farmingdale) and Gannon Warwick (Slippery Rock)
Division 1 Rookie of the Year: Vincent Lavorgna (Slippery Rock) and Jake Salak (Slippery Rock)
Division 1 Goaltender of the Year: Dustin Muccio-Schrimpe (Farmingdale) and Alec Volz (Slippery Rock)
Division 2 Player of the Year: John Caroll (Massachusetts) and Trevor Evans (Cortland)
Division 2 Rookie of the Year: Michael Miano (Cortland) and Trevor Shea (Massachusetts)
Division 2 Goaltender of the Year: Zachary Orcutt (RIT) and John Whitman (West Chester)
Division 3 Player of the Year: Corey Eisenband (Endicott) and Andrew Gagnon (Hofstra)
Division 3 Rookie of the Year: John Gattone (Drexel) and Jonathan Waring (Endicott)
Division 3 Goaltender of the Year: Cody Baldwin (Temple) and Stephen Richetelli (Endicott)
Division 4 Player of the Year: Mark DeAngellis (Slippery Rock) and Colin Tinschert (Farmingdale)
Division 4 Rookie of the Year: Ian Daw (Slippery Rock) and Christian Kwok (Northeastern)
Division 4 Goaltender of the Year: Michael Muccio-Schrimpe (Farmingdale) and Andrew Smeltzer (Slippery Rock)
Coach of the Year: Jim Tamburino (Farmingdale) and Ryan Kelly (Cortland)
Scholar Athlete Award: Ty Grinley (Boston) and Benjy Shulman (Yeshiva)
Rivalry of the Year: Farmingdale Green vs Slippery Rock (D4) and RIT vs Penn State
Best Hair Award: Brendan Hagen (Lock Haven) and Joe Grispin (Stony Brook)
Team Sportsmanship Award: RIT and Yeshiva