Three repeat nominees among 18 up for 2016 Hockey Humanitarian Award

Babson goaltender Jamie Murray was a BNY Mellon Wealth Management Hockey Humanitarian Award finalist in 2015 (photo: Babson Athletics)

Eighteen nominees have been named for the 2016 BNY Mellon Wealth Management Hockey Humanitarian Award.

They include three repeat nominees and 2015 finalist Jamie Murray of Babson.

The award recognizes college hockey’s finest citizen — a student-athlete who makes significant contributions not only to his or her team, but also to the community-at-large through leadership in volunteerism.

The 2016 finalists will be announced in February, with the recipient named on Friday, April 8 at the Frozen Four in Tampa, Fla.

The nominees are:

Kyle CriscuoloSr.FHarvard
Collin DeliaSo.GMerrimack
Chris DylewskiSr.GAir Force
Michael FerrantinoSr.FMichigan State
David FriedmannSr.FRobert Morris
Connor GormanSr.FPlattsburgh
Sebastien Gingras*Sr.DUnion
Tyler HeinonenJr.FMichigan Tech
Jake Heisinger*Jr.FCurry
Emily LoebsSr.DSt. Michael's
Jamie Murray**Sr.GBabson
Morgan RichardsonSr.DCornell
Eli RiddleSr.DConcordia (Wis.)
Alison RolandelliSr.DBrown
Andy RyanSr.DNotre Dame
Austin SevalrudSr.DAlaska-Anchorage
Kevin TanseySr.DClarkson
Cara ZubkoSr.DOhio State

* — 2015 nominee
** — 2015 finalist

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