Much of the past two weeks has been a celebration of the senior class but the newest additions to the Icepack served notice to the ACCHL that the reign might have a hungry group of new caretakers. Freshmen Emery Oliver took a feed from Sophomore Jackson Cowen to bury the game winner just over a minute into the third for the game winning goal. Oliver would find fellow freshmen Zach Robinson with five minutes left to put the Pack up 2-0. Junior Chris Solomon sealed it with an empty net goal with 27 seconds left to secure the Pack's fourth title in a row and sixth overall. Freshmen Isaac Tawyer turned aside all 26 shots he faced for the shutout! Senior Parker Szarek took home tournament MVP honors with a goal and three assists.
The Icepack trailing 3-0 with 1:44 left, scored 3 goals in 33 second to send it to send their ACCHL Semifinal to overtime, before Matt Miller knotched the game winner to send the Pack onto the ACCHL final vs. UNC at 1:30, Sunday at the Annex.
The Freshmen class notched three goals for the Pack and delivered 25 saves to power the pack past UNW-Wilmington 4-1 in the ACCHL Quarters. Zach Robinson led the Pack with two goals, while Charles Monteith and Riley Johnson added a goal a piece. Isaac Tawyer turned aside 25 saves for the win. The Pack move onto face Wake Forest at 8:00 pm at the Annex in Winston-Salem Saturday night.
The Icepack head to Winston-Salem this weekend looking to claim their fourth Admiral's Cup in a row. The Icepack open up against divisional foe UNC-Wilmington, Friday Night at 6:00 PM at the Annex. The Icepack enter the tournament as the three seed after closing out the season 1-1-1 in league play. For more information and to buy tickets, click here. With a tournament win the Pack will tie Georgetown (6) for most titles of all-time.
Fueled by three power play goals, the Icepack raced past West Virginia 6-0 on a night the Pack celebrated the most successful senior class in the history of the program. Senior Riley Jonson opened the scoring midway through the first on tic-tac-toe goal from Senior Parker Szarek and Junior Chris Solomon. Junior Matt Miller would extend the lead to 2-0 a short time later, banking the puck off the back of the WVU goalie, Michael Mackey. The second period saw more of the same as Solomon redirected Senior Eric Todd's shot four minutes into the second. Solomon would net a PPG goal a short time later from Szarek and Solomon. Junior Garrett Auriene and Freshmen Zack Robinson closed out the scoring in the third for the pack. Eric Daniel made 14 saves for the shutout.