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Babson’s Murray tabbed ECAC East player, goalie of the year

photo Babsons Murray tabbed ECAC East player, goalie of the year

Babson goaltender Jamie Murray picked up a pair of ECAC East year-end honors as he emerged as a leader for the Beavers in 2013-14 (photo: Babson Athletics).

The ECAC East announced Thursday its award winners for the 2013-14 season and Babson was the big winner.

Beavers’ goalie Jamie Murray was named the league’s player of the year and goaltender of the year, while Jamie Rice earned coach of the year honors.

In addition, St. Michael’s defenseman Danny Divis and Southern Maine forward Kelby Lorenz shared rookie of the year laurels.

ECAC East First Team All-Conference

Player's Name
Position
Class
Team
Travis JankeFSr.Norwich
Peter MacIntyreFSo.Massachusetts-Boston
Mike DriscollFJr.Babson
Alex PompeoDSo.Southern Maine
Ryan HeaveyDSr.Babson
Jamie MurrayGSo.Babson

ECAC East Second Team All-Conference

Player's Name
Position
Class
Team
Travis DanielFSr.Massachusetts-Boston
A.J. PieprzakFJr.St. Michael's
Johnny DanielsFJr.St. Anselm
Ryan WhitellDSo.Norwich
Greg MerrillDFr.St. Anselm
Sebastian AndersonGSr.New England College

ECAC East All-Conference Honorable Mention

Player's Name
Position
Class
Team
Cheyne MathesonFSo.New England College
Jared MelmanFJr.University of New England
Chris DuszynskiFSr.Norwich
Mike VollminDSo.Babson
Brad SchulerDSr.Skidmore

ECAC East All-Rookie Team

Player's Name
Position
Team
Michael PhillipsFBabson
Anthony BirdFSkidmore
Kelby LorenzFSouthern Maine
Cole KlippensteinDSouthern Maine
Danny DivisDSt. Michael's
Jack McDonaldGSkidmore

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