Alumni News-Notes

AMARILLO, TX – It was a three-point weekend for Army in NCAA Division I action over the weekend.

Army defeated Canisius 3-1 and then tied them 2-2 in the second game. Brendan McGuire scored in the first game for West Point, while Joe Kozlak earned an assist in game two.

Paul Berrafato posted back-to-back wins in goal as Holy Cross dumped Niagara twice 5-2, and 3-2 in overtime. TJ Sarcona notched an assist for Niagara in the overtime loss.

Robert Morris University posted two wins over Sacred Heart 6-3 and 5-4. Brady Ferguson and Timmy Moore had assists in the Saturday night win for the Colonials. On Sunday Greg Gibson scored and Brady Ferguson notched a helper.

Tyler Deresky picked up a helper, but Bentley fell to New Hampshire 5-4.

There are some big Division I games this weekend, including Providence, the defending national champions and No. 1 team in the country facing Colin Delia and Merrimack College. Robert Morris visits RIT in Rochester, NY, while Army visits Sacred Heart and Mercyhurst takes on Holy Cross. Another game of interest has Bentley battling Niagara.

In Division III, it was another big weekend for Mike Davis who fired three goals and setup another as Neumann beat Morrisville 3-0 and 7-2. Davis remains among the leaders in scoring in the nation in NCAA Division III play early in the season. Neumann has this coming weekend off.

The defending national champion Trinity College blasted Stonehill 7-1. Ryan Cole scored twice, while TJ Sherman earned a single tally. In their second game, Trinity College lost to Salve-Regina 6-4. Ryan Cole had two assists in the contest. With that loss Trinity College fell to No. 3 in the Nation in the latest poll and will have a date with Hamilton this weekend.

 The current Amarillo Bulls have a busy week with three games. On Wednesday and Thursday, the Bulls renew the rivalry against the Topeka RoadRunners at Kansas Expo Center Landon Arena. Fans can tune into the action live on CBS Sports Radio 1440, online at and on PPV with Fast Hockey, beginning with the Wayland Baptist University Warm Up Show at 6:40 pm. The puck drop is set for 7 pm.

The Bulls return home for a single game against the Lone Star Brahmas on Saturday at 7 pm. It’s Amarillo Youth Hockey Night and the Bulls will be wearing special jerseys for the occasion. A live auction follows immediately after the game with proceeds to benefit Amarillo Youth Hockey. Fans are also encouraged to come out and meet some of the Frozen Characters. Tickets are available at the Bulls Office located at 301 South Polk, Civic Center Box Office and all Panhandle Ticket locations. For further information on Group Rates, the Christmas Stocking Package or 10-Game Flex Pack, please call the Bulls Office at 806-242-1122.