Date Posted:03/12/2003, 8:00AM
BRUNSWICK, Maine - The NESCAC has announced post-season honors for several men's ice hockey players at Bowdoin College. Leading the honors was first-year Adam Dann (Burlington, Vt.) being named NESCAC Co-Rookie of the Year. The Polar Bears finished their season with a record of 13-6-5 overall, placing fourth in the NESCAC standings.
A native of Burlington, Vermont and a graduate of the St. Paul's (N.H.) school, Dann (left) made a splash in his first year in Brunswick, scoring 11 goals and dishing out 14 assists in 24 games this season. His 25 points rank him fifth all-time among rookies in Bowdoin men's ice hockey history.
Earning first-team All-NESCAC honors was senior defenseman Ryan Seymour (Fredericton, N.B.). Seymour (right), a four-year starter for the Polar Bears, finished the year with 3 goals and 13 assists while leading a Bowdoin defense which was ranked 10th in the nation in penalty kill percentage (.868).
Rounding out the selections was leading scorer senior Sean Starke (Montreal, Que.). Starke (left) earns second-team honors for the second straight year after scoring 15 goals and 15 assists this year, including nine powerplay goals. Starke closes out his four-year career as a member of Bowdoin's exclusive 100-point club, after scoring 45 goals and 56 assists as a Polar Bear.