ESU Ice Hockey First in Division

Posted by: Elizabeth Richardson on November 9, 2017, 2 Comments

East Stroudsburg University’s Ice Hockey team, a club sport, is currently first in the American East division and first in the Delaware Valley Collegiate Hockey Conference (DVCHC) with an 8-1-2 record. Coming off of a losing season last year, ESU has rallied with a new wave of rookie players and an all-around team chemistry.

Rookie Sean McGinley is not only atop the DVCHC scoring rankings but is also 29th in the country in points (13 G, 8 A). Along with offensive success, consistent performance on the defensive end from senior Captain Ray Seakan and senior goaltender Joshua Seder will ensure the continued success of the Warriors’ bounce-back season.

Pictured: Top Row from left: Assistant Coach Sean Dolan; Joe Plavin from Lake Harmony, Pa.; Ray Seakan, captain, from Point Pleasant N.J.; Tom Zarzecki from Jefferson, N.J.; Sean McGinley from Boyertown Pa.; Henry Mead from North Caldwell, N.J.; Head Coach Matt Della-Calce

Bottom Row from left: Ben Batzel from Hollidaysburg, Pa.; Chris Marrero from Washington, N.J.; Josh Seder from Kennet Square, Pa.; Josh Barber, assistant captain, from Willow Grove, Pa.; Travis Moore, assistant captain, from Jackson, N.J.

Not Pictured: Steve Quimby from Jefferson, N.J.

2 Responses to “ESU Ice Hockey First in Division”

Way to go guys-keep it up!

Dr. Jeffrey Seder

Posted November 13, 2017 at 3:37 PM

You guys ROCK!!!! Congrats on a superb season! Keep it up…but be safe. I am proud of how you all are working well together.