NCAA D1 Stat Freaks – Week 8

While this week in D1 stat freaks did drop off a little bit in terms of total number of performances (50, the lowest since Week 2’s 43), there were still 22 new names being added to the list. Of those 22 is Paul Rasimowicz of Cornell, who made the list for both of his games last week. We also saw quite a few familiar faces like Kyle Walsh from VMI and TD Ierlan from Albany who had ANOTHER perfect game at the faceoff X. Speaking of faceoff X, can we still call it that? Is it a dot? A slight indentation from the ref’s foot? This is a truly perplexing situation. Let me know what you think.

Anyway, enough of the terminology debate, onto the numbers!

Offense: The Cutoff here is a combined 7 goals and/or assists

Jeff Teat – Cornell: 3G, 4A, 3 Shots vs. Air Force
Chris Aslanian – Hobart and William Smith: 5G, 4A, 9 Shots vs. Canisius
Justin Guterding – Duke: 4G, 3A, 10 Shots vs. North Carolina
Connor Kearnan – Canisius: 3G, 5A, 8 Shots vs. Marist
Mathi Boissonneault – Canisius: 6G, 2A, 9 Shots vs. Marist
Foster Cuomo – Quinnipiac: 6G, 2A, 13 Shots vs. Detroit Mercy
Chris DiPretoro – Mt. St. Mary’s: 7G, 1A, 15 Shots vs. Sacred Heart
Michael Sowers – Princeton: 2G, 6A, 8 Shots vs. Brown
Luke Hanson – Manhattan: 4G, 3A, 8 Shots vs. NJIT
Bryce Wasserman – Monmouth: 4G, 3A, 9 Shots vs. Siena
Sean Tyrrell – UMass Lowell: 4G, 3A, 5 Shots vs. UMBC
Keegan Khan – Villanova: 7G, 1A, 9 Shots vs. Marquette

Defense:  For here, you need 8 GBs, CTs, and/or points

Jon LaMonica – Army West Point: 6GB, 2CT, 1G vs. Bucknell
Nick Nye – Marist: 7GB, 2CT vs. Canisius
Kyle Walsh – VMI: 6GB, 6CT vs. Hampton
Eric Lane – VMI: 8GB, 3CT vs. Hampton
Matt Farrell – Holy Cross: 7GB, 1CT vs. Navy
Terrell Sands – High Point: 4GB, 4CT vs. Jacksonville
Chase Levesque – Boston U.: 6GB, 5CT vs. Lehigh
Michael Turnbull – Detroit Mercy: 7GB, 1CT vs. Quinnipiac
Adam Bellamy – Quinnipiac: 7GB, 2CT, 1G vs. Detroit Mercy
Davis Stoner – Saint Joseph’s: 7GB, 4CT vs. Wagner
Nick Albanese – Sacred Heart: 9GB, 2CT vs. Mt. St. Mary’s
JJ Ntshaykolo – Brown: 7GB, 2CT vs. Princeton
Andrew Song – Princeton: 8GB, CT, 1G vs. Brown
John Tachon – NJIT: 8GB, CT vs. Manhattan
Foster Huggins – Loyola Maryland: 5GB, 6CT vs. Colgate
John Sexton – Notre Dame: 6GB, 2CT vs. Syracuse
Koby Smith – Towson: 5GB, 3CT vs. Hofstra
Will Puduski – UMass Lowell: 8GB, 3CT, 1G vs. UMBC
Nick Griffin – UMBC: 6GB, 2CT vs. UMass Lowell
Derian Williams-Sturdivant – Hampton: 9GB, 2CT vs. VMI

Faceoffs: Greater than 70%, at least 10 attempts

Paul Rasimowicz – Cornell: 18/24, 8 GB vs. Air Force
Matthew Pedicine – Hobart and William Smith: 22/29, 10 GB vs. Canisius
Paul Rasimowicz – Cornell: 16/22, 11 GB vs. Dartmouth
Trevor Baptiste – Denver: 12/15, 7 GB, 1G vs. Georgetown
AJ Krstulovic – VMI: 10/11, 4 GB vs. Hampton
Conor Mackie – Yale: 16/22, 11 GB vs. Penn
Kiel Brennan – Mercer: 16/19, 12 GB vs. Furman
Collin Orr – Colgate: 17/22, 7 GB, 1G vs. Loyola Maryland
Jake Shapiro – Siena: 15/20, 12 GB vs. Monmouth
TD Ierlan – Albany (NY): 24/24, 21 GB, 1A vs. Stony Brook
Dylan Protesto – Hartford: 15/19, 9 GB vs. Vermont

Goalies:  Greater than 70%

Joe Riccadonna – VMI: 7/9 Saves, 1GB vs. Hampton
Ryan Kern – Navy: 10/14 Saves, 3GB vs. Holy Cross
Ben Gleichenhaus – Jacksonville: 9/12 Saves, 1GB, 1CT vs. High Point
Kevin Carbone – Binghamton: 13/16 Saves, 2GB vs. Lafayette
Colby Kneese – Penn St.: 16/20 Saves, 5GB vs. Ohio St.
Noah Lode – Monmouth: 15/21 Saves, 1GB vs. Siena
Hunter Braun – UMass Lowell: 20/27 Saves vs. UMBC

Freak of the Week

For the offense, I loved Jeff Teat against Air Force. Three goals on three shots and 4 assists. But Keegan Khan from Villanova getting seven goals on nine shots is also a tad ridiculous. For defense, there were plenty of guys hitting the 11 GB/CT mark, but only Kyle Walsh from VMI broke that plateau and grabbed 12 against Hampton. This guy is so under the radar, it’s ridiculous. Sure VMI is a struggling team, but he is putting in work every week.

For goalies, I loved Colby Kneese’s 16/20 to get paires with 5GBs against Ohio State. But Ben Gleichenhaus from Jacksonville also getting a caused turnover was a nice one against High Point in their loss. They lost by 2 goals, but with the way he played, you have to wonder if he could have kept that up for an entire game rather than just the 34 minutes he played.

Ultimately, this week, I’m going to give the Freak of The Week nod to Mr. Ierlan from Albany. A perfect 24/24 in a league game against Stony Brook, and there were only three of those ground balls that he did not get. Oh, and he had an assist. He is putting together one of the best statistical performances we have ever seen. And they keep winning.

Top Freaks

This table shows which players have made the list, along with the corresponding count.

Name – School #
TD Ierlan – Albany (NY) 8
Gerard Arceri – Penn St. 5
Connor Fields – Albany (NY) 5
Kenny Massa – Bryant 5
Justin Guterding – Duke 5
Kyle Walsh – VMI 5
Trevor Baptiste – Denver 5

Eleven others tied with four appearances.

Most Freaks by school

Team Freaks
Albany (NY) 21
VMI 13
Penn St. 12
Lehigh 12
Massachusetts 11
Mt. St. Mary’s 11
Loyola Maryland 11
Quinnipiac 10
Virginia 10
Colgate 10
Denver 10

Most Freaks allowed against by school

Team Freaks Allowed
NJIT 5 17
Wagner 9 16
Furman 2 12
Princeton 6 11
Richmond 3 11
Marist 2 11
Holy Cross 6 10
Canisius 6 10
Navy 5 10

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