Titans Alumni Update

Mar 5, 2024

As seasons come to an end and playoffs roll on, the New Jersey Titans are proud of their 80+ alumni playing NCAA hockey.

Multiple Titans became conference champions this past week.  Matt Iasenza and the Hobart Statesmen defeated Skidmore 5-0 to capture the NEHC title.  With the win, Hobart received the #1 overall seed for the NCAA Division III tournament for the first time in program history, their 9th straight appearance. 

Brad Zona and the Endicott Gulls defeated Salve Regina 2-1 to capture back to back Commonwealth Conference championships, and their fourth in the past eight seasons.  Endicott will face Elmira in the First Round of the tournament on Saturday. 

Chris Carroll and the Utica Pioneers defeated Jack Karlsson and Stevenson University 3-2 for their third straight UCHC championship, and their fifth in the past seven seasons.  Karlsson recorded an assist for the Mustangs as their season came to an end.

Brady Hildreth, Robert Hyde, and Cortland knocked off Plattsburgh 3-2 in overtime to secure the first SUNYAC title in program history.  They will travel to Plymouth State for a First Round matchup on Saturday.

Joe Harney and Trinity College took out Marcus Sang, Sylas Oberting, and the Tufts Jumbos 4-0 to secure the NESCAC title.  Trinity has now won their last 11 straight, stretching back to January 26th. The Bantams will host the Semifinals and Championship game of the NCAA Tournament this season at Koeppel Community Sports Center on March 21st and 23rd.  Like Hobart and Utica, Trinity has also received a first round bye.

Elsewhere, SUNY-Canton’s Scott Cremen was named as a 2nd Team All-Independent Team with 10 points in his sophomore season. Eric Charpentier had a three point weekend for the Dartmouth Big Green, in victories over Brown and Yale.  The freshman now has 10 points from the blueline in his first NCAA season.  Down in Princeton, Nick Seitz picked up assists against St Lawrence and Clarkson and now has a 5 game point streak, where he has recorded 8 points.  Ryan Naumovski, Jimmy Dowd, and Nick Ring all had helpers for Augustana, Penn State, and New Hampshire respectively, and Anthony Calafiore added an assist for Maine.