26 March 2023 • Athletics Statesmen Face Adrian for National Title

For the first time in program history, the Hobart College ice hockey team will compete for a national title. On Sunday, March 26, the second-ranked Statesmen will take on third-ranked Adrian College with the national championship trophy on the line. Faceoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. at Raymond J. Bourque Arena on the campus of Endicott College. 
Hobart is 28-2-0 overall after defeating fourth-ranked Endicott College on Friday evening. The Bulldogs are 25-4-2 this season. Adrian rallied from a 5-2 deficit to knock off the University of New England 8-7 in overtime Friday afternoon.
All fans must have a digital ticket, there will be no additional ticket sales at the door. General Admission tickets for tonight are still available here.
Fans who cannot make the trip to Beverly, Massachusetts, can watch the game on NCAA.com. The game will also be broadcast on WHWS-FM (105.7 in Geneva). For students on campus, there will be a watch party at The Cellar Pub.
Here is a quick look at the teams:
Location: Geneva, N.Y.
Mascot: Statesmen
Overall Record: 28-2-0
Record at Neutral Site: 0-0-0
New England Hockey Conference Record: 16-2-0 (Tournament Champions)
USCHO Poll: 2nd
How they reached the NCAA tournament: Automatic bid
NCAA tournament record: 8-10 (12th appearance)
Head Coach: Mark Taylor (23rd Year, 377-174-54)
Goals Scored: 120
Goals Allowed: 36
Points Leaders: Luke Aquaro (37), Jonah Alexander (34), Shane Shell (23)
Goal Leaders: Aquaro (20), Alexander (15), Zach Tyson (11), Ignat Belov (11)
Assists Leaders: Shell (20), Alexander (19), Aquaro (17)
Goalies: Damon Beaver (1.00 GAA, .956 SV%, 17-2-0), Mavrick Goyer (1.41 GAA, .932 SV%, 9-0-0)
Location: Adrian, Mich.
Mascot: Bulldogs
Overall Record: 25-4-2
Record at Neutral Site: 2-0-0
Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Record: 13-4-1 (Tournament Champions)
USCHO Poll: 3rd
How they reached the NCAA tournament: Automatic bid
NCAA tournament record: 7-8-0 (11th appearance), 2022 National Champions
Head Coach: Adam Krug (9th year, 205-144-13)
Goals: 178
Goals allowed: 78
Points Leaders: Matus Spodniak (57), Ty Enns (47), Alessia Luciani (38)
Goal Leaders: Spodniak (29), Enns (20), Riley Murphy (17)
Assists leaders: Jaden Shields (29), Spodniak (28), Enns (27)
Goalie: Nic Tallarico (2.58 GAA, .904 SV%, 14-3-0), Dershahn Stewart (2.52 GAA, .903 SV%, 10-1-2)