Penguins Alumni College Season Wrap-up

Penguins Alumni completed the 2022 NCAA with some impressive results. See below for final wrap-up of the season and accolades.

*All-Conference

+ All-American

& NCAA Tournament Team

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Adrian Enchill – Brown (NCAA Division I)

Enchill appeared in 16 games for Brown this season and started two of them. The
LSM finished the year recording 25 ground balls and 7 caused turnovers. Brown
finished the year with an overall record of 10-6, 4-2 in conference and made the NCAA Tournament.

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Chris Palin – Umass Boston (NCAA Division III)

Palin appeared in 11 games this season, he started 10 of them. Throughout the
season he had 1 assist, 22 ground balls, 11 caused turnovers.

Matt Palin – Umass Boston (NCAA Division III)

Palin appeared in 18 games for the beacons this season scoring 2 goals and 3
assists for a total of 5 points. He also had 20 ground balls and 6 caused
turnovers.


*+&Darragh Fahey – Umass Boston(NCAA Division III)

The midfielder/attackman had a historic season for the beacons this year.
Through 20 games he finished with 41 goals and 28 assists for a total of 69
points, capping off arguably his best season with the Beacons over his four year
career. Fahey was also named first team all conference and a USILA
All-American.


Jack Ranta – Umass Boston (NCAA Division III)

Ranta appeared in 20 games this season for the beacons where he started 18 of
them. The Long-Stick Midfielder finished the season with 1 goal and 2 assists
while also picking up 27 ground balls and 12 caused turnovers for the beacons.

Kyle McEniry – Springfield College (NCAA Division III)

McEniry finished the season recording 6 goals, 7 assists, and 33 ground balls as
a midfielder for the pride through 17 games.

Sean Lazarro – Wentworth Institute of Technology (NCAA Division III)

Lazarro played in 16 games for Wentworth where he started 15 of them.
Throughout this season the defenseman recorded 35 ground balls and 15
caused turnovers.

*Ryan Birch – Bentley University (NCAA Division II)

Birch played in 14 games for the falcons this year, the midfielder had 19 goals
and 18 assists for a total of 37 points (Career best). Birch was also selected as
third team for his conference (NE10).


&Jamaurie James – Western New England University (NCAA Division III)

James played a total of 20 games this year for the Golden Bears, the midfielder
finished with 4 assists, 14 ground balls, and 9 caused turnovers.

Kyle Hirshom – St. Michael’s (NCAA Division II)

Hirshom played/started in 15 games for St. Michaels this season. The midfielder
finished the season with 17 goals, 19 assists, for a total of 36 pts (career best).

Jason Vickery – American International (NCAA Division II)

Vickery played/started in all 10 games this year for the Yellow Jackets. The
attackman finished the season with 11 goals, 5 assists, and 20 ground balls.
Vickery finished 2nd on the team in goals, assists, and total points.

Shawn Wise – Hood University (NCAA Division III)

Wise played in 7 games this year for Hood, the FO specialist finished the year
5-15 in faceoffs.


Jarrod Sweeney – Nichols College (NCAA Division III)

Sweeney played in 6 games for the Bison this year, he recorded 4 goals and 5
assists on 7 total shots throughout the year.

John Carr – Post University (NCAA Division II)

Carr started 8 of 9 games he played in this season for Hood, the goalie finished
the year with a save percentage of .566% and had 137 total saves.

Scott Ehrenberg – Nichols College (NCAA Division III)

Ehrenberg played 19 games for the Bison this season, he recorded a total of 136
ground balls for the year and won nearly 60% of his faceoffs this year. Ehrenburg
was selected as 3rd team for his conference (CCC).

Robert Colburn – Franklin Pierce University (NCAA Division III)

Colburn played/started in all 13 games this year for the Ravens. The defenseman
finished the season with 47 ground balls and 25 caused turnovers which were
both team highs for the ravens this season.

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Brendan Kelleher – Post University (NCAA Division II)

Kelleher played in 12 games this season for Post, the midfield/attackman scored 8 goals
and 16 assists for a total of 24 pts on the year.

*&Trevor Koppy – Umass Boston (NCAA Division III)

Koppy started 14 of 17 games this year for the Beacons, he ended the season
with a save percentage of 56%, Koppy ranked fifth in the conference in both
goals against average and save percentage. Between the pipes he earned 13
wins with only one loss on his record. Koppy was integral to keeping the Beacons
in their game against Southwestern as he recorded a career-high 19 saves to
help the team to an overtime victory.

Padraig Flynn – Umass Boston (NCAA Division III)

Flynn played in 15 games this year for the Beacons where he recorded 8 goals, 4
assists, for a total of 12 points. Flynn was able to help the Beacons win their
second conference title in school history.


*+&Luke Murphy – Umass Boston (NCAA Division III)

Murphy appeared in 20 games this season and was a key player that helped the
Beacons win their second conference championship while also netting the game
winning goal to bring his team to the NCAA Tournament in a 4 OT 7-6 win over
Keene St. Murphy was also one of three players named a USILA All-American
this season for the Beacons.


&Ben Kolb – Western New England University (NCAA Division III)

Kolb appeared in 21 games this season for the Golden Bears, the midfielder
netted 14 goals and 9 assists for a total of 23 points and helped his team win yet
another conference championship. He also had 27 ground balls and 6 caused
turnovers.

&Tim Kolb – Western New England University (NCAA Division III)

Kolb appeared in 3 games as an attackman this season for the Golden Bears.

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Teddy Willett – Assumption College (NCAA Division II)

Willett appeared in 13 games this season for the GreyHounds, the starting LSM
recorded 23 ground balls and 10 caused turnovers.

Jabes Escalante – Felician University (NCAA Division II)

Escalante appeared in 14 games this season for the Golden Falcons as a
midfielder. He finished the season ranking 2nd on his team in goals with 20, and
3rd on the team in assists with 5. He also recorded 24 ground balls and 2 caused
turnovers.

Brendan King – Wentworth Institute of Technology (NCAA Division III)

Marc Hirshom – Plymouth State (NCAA Division III)

Hirshom started all 16 games on defense this season for the panthers, He
ranked first on the team in caused turnovers with 30, and 4th on the team in
Ground balls with 38.

&Otto Kirleis – UMass Boston (NCAA Division III)

Kirleis appeared in 6 games this season for the Beacons, The sophomore Goalie
finished the year with a save percentage of 4.33% and won all 6 games he
played in this season.

Tucker Crowley – Bentley University (NCAA Division II)

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Collin Norred – Springfield College (NCAA Division III)

Jack Board – Wheaton College (NCAA Division III)

Board appeared in 11 games this season for Wheaton College, The A/M finished
the year recording 2 goals, 6 ground balls, and 3 caused turnovers.

Marty Barrett – Wentworth Institute of Technology (NCAA Division

Barrett appeared in one game this season for Wentworth as a freshman where he
finished the season recording 1 ground ball


Mike McLaughlin – Wheaton College (NCAA Division III)

Mclaughlin appeared in 15 games this season for Wheaton as a midfielder, he
finished the year recording 9 goals and 1 assist while also picking up 19 ground
balls and 2 caused turnovers.

Harry Leduc – Clark (NCAA Division III)

Leduc appeared in 13 games for Clark where he started 1 of them. He capped off
the year recording 14 ground balls and 7 caused turnovers.

&Liam Hill – Catholic University

Hill appeared in 4 games this season for the Cardinals as an attackman, he
finished the year recording 1 goal, 1 ground ball, and 1 caused turnover.

&Sean Cullagh – UMass Boston (NCAA Division III)

Cullagh appeared in 9 games this season for the Beacons as a LSM, he finished
the year with 1 goal, 9 ground balls, and 6 caused turnovers.


&Max Ranta – UMass Boston (NCAA Division III)

Ranta appeared in 9 games this season for the Beacons. He capped off the year
recording 1 goal, and 1 ground ball.


Brady Morgan – Nichols College (NCAA Division III)

Morgan appeared in 19 games as a goalie this year for the Bison where he
started 16 of them. Morgan finished the season recording a total of 196 saves
and a save percentage of .531%.

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