Tallied 21 shots on goal as a senior a
three-time WCHA all academic and Scholar Athlete team selection
he’s also totaled three game winning goals in his career from Bethel Park
Pennsylvania ladies and gentlemen number 16 Tyler Andrew. Currently he’s posted 16 points to date on
five goals and 11 assists this campaign earlier this year he was chosen as a
candidate for the Senior CLASS Award for his success both on and off the ice he’s
also a three-time WCHA all academic and scholar athlete team choice from
Waterford Michigan congratulations to number eight Drew Dorantes. Seen significant action and served as
one of Ferris state’s top performers over the last four years overall he’s
played in 113 contests and totaled 17 points on two goals and 15 assists this
four-year letter winner has also been both a three-time WCHA scholar athlete
award recipient and the three-time WCHA all academic team selection this
standout has been a mainstay in the Bulldog lineup throughout his career on
the blue line from Waterford help us congratulate number 5 Tyler Dorantes. A 4-year standout he is currently among
the candidates for the 2018 Hobey Baker Award as college hockey’s top performer
he’s tallied 55 points on 32 goals and 23 assists in 132 collegiate contests
this year he’s totaled a team-high 13 goals to go with 10 assists for 23
points in 33 games while also producing a squad high 85 total shots a two-time
WCHA all academic team selection he’s been a mainstay in the Bulldog lineup
over his four seasons in the program and a three-time WCHA scholar athlete from
Macomb a big round of applause for number 15 Mitch Maloney. Our next senior is from Troy Michigan
and is the son of Pat and Sharon Mayer number 19 Andrew Mayer in his collegiate
career this veteran forward and squad leader has played in 110 games with 10
goals and 15 assists to his credit this year he has a pair of assists since 17
contests despite battling injury he’s been a three-time WCHA all academic and
Scholar Athlete team selection and a regular in the Bulldog lineup during
his collegiate career two years ago he helped lead FSU to both the WCHA playoff
championship and an NCAA final eight appearance from Troy help us
congratulate number 19 Andrew Mayer. Up next is a senior forward from White
Lake the son of Derrick and Carolyn Szajner number 18 Zack Szajner over his four seasons in the Bulldog
program this Bulldog competitor has played in 80 career games while
producing 10 goals and 12 assists for 22 total points in a Ferris State uniform
this season as a senior he saw action in 22 contests and notched 34 shots and one
goal for the Bulldogs also a three-time WCHA all academic and
scholar athlete team selection he’s been one of the squad’s leaders both on the
ice and in the classroom throughout his collegiate career a big hand to this
senior from White Lake number 18 Zack Szajner. And finally our last Bulldog senior is
from right here in Big Rapids and is the son of Mike and Sue Pennock ladies and
gentlemen current volunteer assistant coach and former FSU goaltender Trace Pennock
this local product joined the Ferris State coaching staff this season
following four seasons as a player in the Bulldog program he was a member of
the Bulldogs 2013-14 team that won the WCHA regular season championship along
with the 2015-16 squad that captured the WCHA playoff crown with both reaching
the final eight in the NC double-a tournament as a player he was also a
three-time WCHA All Academic Team choice and a League Scholar Athlete recipient
let’s give a round of applause to the senior from Big Rapids Trace Pennock. Please join us in a round of applause tonight as we honor these seven outstanding seniors as
members of the 2017-18 Bulldog hockey senior class. Thank You seniors your outstanding
performance and contributions as student-athletes have helped the
Bulldogs make their mark in collegiate hockey while raising the standard of
excellence at Ferris State.