Three Mustangs Named to All-UCHC Teams, Caffrey Goaltender of the Year

Three Mustangs Named to All-UCHC Teams, Caffrey Goaltender of the Year

ROCHESTER, N.Y. - After finishing with a program-best 11 wins, winning the inaugural Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) and advancing to the United Collegiate Hockey Conference (UCHC) Semifinals, the Stevenson men's ice hockey team had three players named to the All-UCHC Teams, including senior Jacob Caffrey who was named the Goaltender of the Year announced by the league on Tuesday.

In addition to goaltender of the year honors, Caffrey was named to the First Team while senior Doug Rose earned Second Team honors. Freshman Aaron Murray was named to the All-Rookie Team.

Caffrey, who was also named the MAC Co-Defensive Player of the Year, led the UCHC with a 1.80 goals against average and a .941 save percentage in conference play. He had a league-best nine wins and finished with a 9-3-4 conference record. The senior has played the fourth most minutes in the nation and has four times recorded at least 40 saves, including a career-high 48 versus Brockport. Caffrey recorded his second career shutout in a 1-0 victory versus Manhattanville.

Rose earns his second all-conference honor this season and third in his career after finishing tied for 11th amongst defensemen in scoring. He recorded nine points in 16 conference games on one goal and eight assists. Overall, Rose finished with 15 points on the year on seven goals and eight assists, including three power play goals and one shorthanded goal. The senior had three multi-point games.

Murray gathers his first career postseason honors after finishing tied for eighth amongst rookie in scoring, totaling nine assists. Overall, he finished with 12 points in his first season on one goal and 11 assists. Murray scored his first career goal, scoring the game-tying goal at Fredonia. The rookie recorded his first career multi-point game with a pair of assists in a win over Nazareth.

Stevenson finished 11-8-7 in the program's second season, falling to Elmira in the UCHC Semifinals.