Posted on Jan 10, 1997

In the wake of back-to-back ECAC wins last weekend, junior Trevor Koenig was ranked as the country's top Division I goal tender, according to NCAA statistics. The mathematics major's save percentage was .929, ahead of Boston University netminder Michel
Larcque (.916). His goals against average of 2.14 ranks first over Miami of Ohio's Trevor Prior, at 2.31. Saturday's 6-4 win over Princeton made Koenig the seventh Dutchman goalie
to reach the career 20-win mark, the first at the Division I level. He is 8-6-1 this season. Meanwhile, Union ranks first in the nation this week in defense by allowing 2.33 goals a game.