Posted on Feb 28, 2003

Seniors Nathan Gillies, Jason Kean, Kris Goodjohn, Randy
Dagenais, and Marc Wise
will be honored post-game on Saturday
as a part of the Senior Recognition weekend.

Jordan Webb (Nepean, ONT) became Union's first DI player
to score more than 35 points in a season after Friday's goal at
Colgate. Webb leads the Dutchmen with points (36), goals
(17), power play goals (7), and ECAC scoring (23 points).

Nathan Gillies (Cambridge, ONT) had a hand in both goals
this weekend, bringing his season total to 16 goals and 17
assists. Gillies has two goals and three assists in the last three
games and has topped his previous season scoring by 11

Tim Roth (Teaneck, NJ) made his first start in nine games,
holding the Cornell Big Red to two goals on 29 shots. Union
is one of four teams that held Cornell to less than four goals
at Lynah Rink.

Union will look to take advantage of home ice this weekend
vs. Vermont and Dartmouth, two teams that Union defeated
on the road earlier this season. With a sweep, the Dutchmen
can land in fourth or fifth place. Brown must be swept for
Union to take fourth.