Men’s Hockey Receives First NCAA Statistical Champion Plaque

Office of Communications | September 14, 2015
Members of UMass Boston's 2013-14 track and field teams receive their Little East Conference rings.

Members of UMass Boston's 2013-14 track and field teams receive their Little East Conference rings.
Image by: Colleen Locke

Track and Field Teams Receive Little East Conference Rings for 2013-14 Season

The UMass Boston men’s hockey team received its first NCAA statistical champion plaque at a ceremony on Monday. The men's hockey team led all of Division III in the 2014-15 season with an average of 4.78 goals a game.

Stephen Buco ’15 also received a plaque for having more assists than anyone in Division III in 2014-15 – 32. He was second in the division in total points (48). Buco transferred to UMass Boston during the 2013-14 hockey season.

At the same event, members of UMass Boston's 2013-14 track and field teams were honored for their individual and team accomplishments during the 2013-14 season. 

Tylor Hart, Carl Joseph, Taylor Smith, Krista Ledin, Hulerie McGuffie, Anisha Trappier, and Ari Leao are pictured above with Vice Chancellor for Athletics and Recreation, Special Projects and Programs Charlie Titus, Coach Consandria Walker, and Chancellor J. Keith Motley.

“I want to thank you for being wonderful ambassadors of this campus,” Motley said. “Don’t you dare forget these moments – these moments that lead to these lifelong relationships.”

Chancellor J. Keith Motley, Men's Hockey Head Coach Peter Belisle, and Vice Chancellor Charlie Titus

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