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Men's Ice Hockey - Awards Banquet

The Men's Hockey Team conducted the 57th Annual Award Banquet at the Lake Watch Inn on Saturday night, April 14, 2018.


57th Annual Award Banquet - Lake Watch Inn - 4/14/2017 - Seniors Dwyer Tschantz, Jared Fiegl and Trevor Yates flanked by Coach Schafer, Syer and Flanagan. Alex Rauter and Hayden Stewart did not attend as they were playing in AHL games this weekend. Here are photos from the 2018 Banquet ... Click here for the program.

Here is a list/description of the awards given at the Banquet.

  • The Wendell and Francelia Earle Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement
    1. An annual award endowed in perpetuity by the Earle Family, honors Wendell, Cornell Professor and team advisor, who was a frequent host of Cornell Hockey players and their families. The award recipients are the team members from each class who have achieved the highest cumulative grade point average.
    2. Senior - Jared Fiegl
    3. Junior - Mitch Vanderlann
    4. Sophomore - Connor Murphy
  • The Greg Ratushny Award
    1. Presented to the freshman player who best exhibits enthusiasm for both the team and Cornell University, camaraderie with teammates and fellow students, and promise for the future.
    2. Morgan Barron
  • The Cornell Hockey Association Award
    1. Presented to the player whose contribution to the team is not apparent in the box scores. His efforts are more clearly measured in enthusiasm, dedication, desire, and unselfish willingness to give to the team an extra ounce of energy.
    2. Jared Fiegl
  • The Sam Woodside Award
    1. Presented to the senior player who has most improved in overall playing ability and has exhibited team leadership with his play during his career.
    2. Alex Rauter
  • The Mark Weiss Memorial Award
    1. Presented to the player who most exemplified from his rookie year through his senior year the same kind of determination and passion that the outstanding young athlete, Mark Weiss, had for life and hockey.
    2. Hayden Stewart
  • The Ironman Award
    1. Presented to the team member who, in spite of being bruised, broken, spliced, or otherwise hurt, most demonstrated the will and determination to overcome injury and contribute to the team.
    2. Jared Fiegl
  • The Bill Doran Sportsmanship Award
    1. Presented to the Cornell player combining all the best attributes that mean sportsmanship, both on and off the ice, as well as being an excellent competitive player
    2. Trevor Yates
  • The Joe DeLibero-Stan Tsapis Award
    1. Presented to the player who most nearly exemplifies the skilled efficiency, unselfish dedication, and hard-nosed competitive applications that distinguishes him as representative of Joe DiLibero's and Stan Tsapis' uniqueness.
    2. Mitch Vanderlaan
  • The Crimson Cup Award
    1. Presented to the player whose contribution to the team was outstanding during the season series against Harvard.
    2. Anthony Angello
  • The Nicky Bawlf Award
    1. Presented to honor the most valuable player, as determined by a vote of his teammates.
    2. Matthew Galajda
  • Shutout Awards (10)
    1. Hayden Stewart
    2. @Miami-Ohio 12/2/2017
    3. ******
    4. Matthew Galajda
    5. Alabama-Huntsville 10/28/2017
    6. Dartmouth - 11/10/2017
    7. Quinnipiac - 1/6/2018
    8. Colgate - 1/19/2018
    9. @Colgate - 1/20/2018
    10. @Harvard - 1/26/2018
    11. @Clarkson - 2/19/2018
    12. @St. Lawrence - 2/20/2018
    13. Quinnipiac - 3/10/2018
  • Hat trick Award
    1. Noah Bauld
      1. vs. St. Lawrence - 11/17/2017
    2. Kyle Betts
      1. vs. Canisius - 12/30/2017


Coach's Luncheons

Enjoy lunch with fellow Cornell Coach's Club and Coach's Circle members on the Friday before home games. Hear what the Big Red plans for their opponents, see some game video, and join the conversation with Coach Schafer. More information here.


50/50 Drawing

The 50/50 raises money that supports the team. At each game, student volunteers or CHA members greet fans and sell chances. A winning ticket is drawn during the game and half the take is given to the winner.

Many thanks to the CHA volunteers and Cornell students who give up "game-time" to sell 50-50 tickets, count money and distribute winnings to the lucky ticket holder. We couldn't do this without your assistance!