College Hockey:
NESCAC names Trinity’s Brewer its top player for ’13-14 season

Middlebury senior defenseman Louis Belisle made the All-NESCAC First Team (photo: Will Costello).

With a dominant 56 points so far this season, Trinity junior forward Jackson Brewer was named NESCAC player of the year Thursday.

Brewer has recorded 15 multi-point games this season, including a six-assist outing in a tournament quarterfinal against Wesleyan.

Trinity freshman Ryan Cole was tabbed rookie of the year after an 18-goal, 29-assist campaign and Connecticut College’s Jim Ward took home coach of the year laurels after guiding the Camels to their first NESCAC quarterfinal appearance in five years.

In addition, the NESCAC also announced its All-Conference First and Second Teams.

2013-14 First Team All-NESCAC

Player's Name
Jackson BrewerFJr.Trinity
Ryan ColeFFr.Trinity
Michael HawkriggFSo.Trinity
Louis BelisleDSr.Middlebury
Michael FlynnDJr.Trinity
Sean DoughertyGJr.Williams

2013-14 Second Team All-NESCAC

Player's Name
Mike DiMareFSr.Hamilton
Nick LanzaFSr.Colby
Derek PimentelFJr.Middlebury
Connor QuinnFJr.Bowdoin
Colin DowneyDSr.Bowdoin
Blake EdwardsDJr.Tufts
Frankie MorkDFr.Williams
Dave CunninghamGSo.Amherst

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