Posted on Nov 27, 2002

Joel Beal (Brantford, Ontario) continues to lead the Dutchmen in scoring after
his 1-2-3 gave vs. UConn. The sophomore has three goals and 13 assists in 12

Jonathan Poirier (Duluth, Georgia) scored his first two collegiate goals, including
the gamewinner, on Sunday. His four points overall is second among
Union rookies.

Kris Goodjohn (Calgary, Alberta) is on a six-game scoring streak, adding an
assist vs. the Huskies. He has three goals and five assist in that span, and his
15 points overall is second among his teammates.

Union Captain Nathan Gillies (Cambridge, Ontario) has scored in the last five
consecutive games with 2-4-6. Gillies tallied a goal and an assist vs. Connecticut
and is third overall in scoring for the Dutchmen.

Scott Seney (Silver Springs, Maryland) leads all freshmen in scoring (2-5-7)
and added three points on Sunday (1-2-3).

Brian Kerr (Kirkland, Quebec) also had a goal and two assists on Sunday
which led the Dutchmen. Since joining Glenn Sander's line on the left wing,
Kerr is 1-3-4 in three games.

Jason Visser (Mississauga, Ontario) took home his first collegiate goal on
Sunday, his first point in four games.

Leading the Union defensemen were Randy Dagenais (Val Rita, Ontario) with
two assists, and Brent Booth and Matt Vagvolgyi with one assist each.

Line by line…Poirier-Beal-Neron had four goals and two assists which led
the Dutchmen while Visser-Seney-Blabac were 2-3-5. Gillies-Goodjohn-Webb
scored one goal and three assists. Kerr-Sanders-Seel were also 1-3-4.