December 2, 2016

Lomanto builds a winner at Morrisville

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By Ray Biggs
D3hockey.com Managing Editor

In the landscape of Division III women's hockey, there might not be a more surprising early season story than that taking place at Morrisville State. The Mustangs are 9-0 intheir second season, sit in the early drivers' seat in the Colonial Hockey Conference alongside Endicott, and are receiving votes in the latest D3hockey.com poll.

 There are many factors that have contributed to Morrisville's blazing start in year two. The Mustangs have buried their opposition, outscoring opponents 51-4, while posting five shutouts and not allowing more than two goals in any game this season. Renee Schmaltz has the best goals allowed average in the country, their penalty kill has not allowed a single goal, and rookies Renee Stevenson, Vanessa Klimpke, and Maddison Devlin are averaging over a point a game in their young careers. While the numbers are eye popping, one factor that simply cannot be overlooked is the veteran presence of head coach Melissa Lomanto. 

In building a new Division III hockey program, Lomanto is about as experienced as it gets. She's been around the game at this level for over 15 years going back to 2001, when the women's game was just hitting a massive growth spurt across the country. She's been establishing herself as a program builder for even longer, as her entire secondary and post secondary playing and coaching careers have centered around building a program. 

It's a career that began on the rinks of Central New York, and continues there as of the present day. Lomanto grew up in Clinton, New York, a small town just south of Utica. The game was well established in the area, with high school hockey powers Rome Free Academy, Clinton, Whitesboro, and New Hartford dotting the local map. Yet amidst all that tradition, options for young female players at the time were few and far between. That dilemma forced many, including Lomanto, to look elsewhere. That search led her north, and in the process, on a path to building her first of many programs. 

"There were really no girls' teams around," Lomanto said. "I heard about the national camp tryouts up in Lake Placid and went, and when I was up there they recruited me to play at the National Sports Academy, and ended up starting a program there as a player."

By the time Lomanto finished a three year career at the National Sports Academy, a new option had emerged for women's hockey players right in her backyard. In addition to existing programs at Hamilton College, Utica was set to add men's and women's Division III programs for the Fall of 2001. Lomanto jumped at the chance to be part of her new hometown team, becoming the school's first captain, and helped lay a foundation for long term success at the school as no team she played for posted a losing record. 

After laying the groundwork as a player, Lomanto stayed on the bench at Utica, assisting Dave Clausen for another three seasons. Those campaigns were the best yet at the school, as behind the efforts of stars like Deana Wiegand, Jill Nolan, Stephanie Price, and goaltender Jill Doherty, the Pioneers posted three straight 18 win seasons. 

A fast rising stock led Lomanto to her first head coaching position, assuming the top spot for a one year old program at Adrian. She did much of the early legwork at the school that led to the Bulldogs becoming an NCHA mainstay in the long run, and delivered a 52-25-6 record in her three years in charge en route to their first Harris Cup title, and the first berth by a women's team at the school in the NCAA tournament.

But after that season, as was the case when she was a player, something was calling Lomanto home, and she went. She tried her hand working at the Division I level as an assistant at Colgate, a short drive to the south of Clinton, for the next year. That led her to her second Division III coaching job, this one in her home state. That position was at Canton, where she went 17-28-4 across two seasons as the school's first head coach, before a school even closer to home came calling in 2014.

That school was Morrisville, and the school planned to proceed with a recruiting year before launching the team into game action last fall. The opportunity to bring in her own players and set up the culture of the program was one Lomanto did not take for granted. 

"I think that first year was big, especially here at Morrisville where they set me up to be successful," Lomanto said. "I had the whole year to recruit and travel all over, and a great recruiting budget, so they set me up to be successful here from my standpoint. Their efforts gave me a lot of options, but it was also a lot of work. I've been to Alaska, i've been to Winnipeg.... I was looking for players from all over the US and Canada, and I was by myself, so it was a lot of work to go on the road, watch games, come home and reach out to kids, and get the conversation started about our program. It was a lot of work for one person, and I really think that it takes a year to get all of those pieces in place."

Those pieces fell into place quickly. Morrisville, working with a short bench in year one, finished 10-14-2, including a 9-3-2 clip in the Colonial Hockey Conference. That's only gotten better in the team's second year, where their next win would tie last season's win total, and two could set a new school single season record as early as December.

Coincidentally, the first opportunity to make that happen comes against the school that gave Lomanto her start in college hockey, as Utica and Morrisville will do battle in a home-and-home this weekend. But beyond the scope of the games, and their outcomes, is a cause that extends far beyond who wins and loses, and one that shows Lomanto has never forgotten where she's come from. 

Saturday's game marks Utica's fifth Gold Ribbon Game for childhood cancer, the brainchild of Utica head coach Dave Clausen and former goaltender Laurel Simer, a cancer survivor who played for Lomanto during her time assisting on the Pioneer bench. The strong connection provided a platform to expand the cause out to Morrisville this season. 

"They've been so good at organizing all of this the past few years, being local and an alumna, it's something you've seen and heard about in the past, and I had an opportunity to coach Laurel, so this all hits close to home," Lomanto said. 

The Mustangs, as has been tradition with their hosts, will have a full team set of jerseys up for auction, with proceeds going to the family of 14 year old Will Linscott of Frankfort, NY, who is battling Leukemia. The Mustangs and Pioneers hit the ice at the Morrisville IcePlex on Friday at 4 p.m, before the series shifts to the Utica Auditorium on Saturday, with the weekend's pentultimate event starting at 2 p.m. Admission is free. 

The weekend begins a five game run against ECAC West opponents that will spill into January, with Cortland and Potsdam also on the docket for Morrisville. 

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November 25, 2016

PrimeLink ShootOut Preview

Compiled by D3hockey.com staff 

Another Thanksgiving weekend brings yet another PrimeLink Great Northern ShootOut, long-considered the best holiday weekend tournament the Division III men's game has to offer. The tournament has historically brought together some of the most storied programs in DIII hockey and this year’s edition is no exception.  Hosted by Norwich at Kreitzberg Arena, this year's edition again features the tournaments three staples: No. 12 Plattsburgh State, Norwich and Middlebury.

Plattsburgh State claimed the tournament title a year ago. The championship marked the fifth time the Cardinals have won the PrimeLink, with two of the titles coming in the past three years. In Friday's opening game, the Cardinals edged Middlebury 5-4, and then did the same to Norwich with a 6-5 overtime win in the championship game.


When
: Friday and Saturday, Nov. 25 and 26

Where: Ronald B. Stafford Ice Arena; Plattsburgh, N.Y.

Who:  No. 12 Plattsburgh State (3-2-0); Norwich (5-1-1); Middlebury (0-2-0); Concordia-Moorhead (3-3-0)

Schedule: Friday: Norwich v. Middlebury, 4:00 p.m.; Concordia-Moorhead @ Plattsburgh State, 7:00

                      Saturday: Third Place Game, 4:00 p.m.; Championship Game, 7:00 p.m.

Broadcasts:   Video  |  Plattsburgh radio  |  Norwich radio  |  Middlebury radio 
 


About the PrimeLink

Without a doubt the PrimeLink has been the premier Thanksgiving weekend tournament in the nation. This year marks the 17th edition and once again features an excellent field.  The tournament began in 1998 and currently features Plattsburgh, Norwich and Middlebury as rotating hosts.  The fourth team in the tournament has varied since SUNY Potsdam was dropped from the regular rotation in 2007.

Past Champions:
1998: Norwich
1999: Plattsburgh State
2000: Middlebury
2001: Norwich
2002: Norwich
2003: Middlebury
2004: Norwich
2005: Middlebury
2006: Norwich
2007: Plattsburgh State
2008: Middlebury
2009: Norwich
2010: Plattsburgh State
2011: Norwich
2012: Norwich
2013: Plattsburgh State
2014: Concordia-Moorhead
2015: Plattsburgh State

Since the inaugural event in 1998, the PrimeLink champion has won the national title four times and qualified for the NCAA tournament all but three. Ten of the 18 PrimeLink champions have made it to the Frozen Four, and on six occassions they have advanced to the national championship game.  This year’s field has a cumulative 36 NCAA tournament appearances in the past 16 years and has made 15 trips to the Frozen Four.  2009 marked the first time at least one PrimeLink participant failed to make the Frozen Four, though no participants have managed to advance to the season's final weekend in any of the past three seasons and this year's field boasts the lowest rankings of any field in the tournament's history.

West Region schools rounded out the field from 2007-10, with Saint John’s participating in 2007 and 2010, St. Thomas making the trip in 2008, and Wisconsin-Stout being the guest in 2009. St. Thomas returned to the field in 2012, while in 2013 UW-Superior scored the first win on behalf of the West Region as the Yellowjackets blanked Norwich in the third-place game.

Concordia-Moorhead became the first West Region team to win the tournament in 2014, while Connecticut College rounded out the field a year ago. A year belated, the Cobbers return in 2016 to defend their title in what will be their second PrimeLink appearance.


The teams:

 

#12  PLATTSBURGH STATE CARDINALS       

 The Cardinals enter the weekend at 3-2-0 on the year and stand as the No. 12 ranked team in the D3hockey.com Men's Top 15.  They enter the weekend on the heels of a SUNYAC weekend that saw them down Cortland, 4-3, before falling to rival Oswego State, 4-1. The Cardinals also hold wins over Fredonia State and SUNY Canton, while their other loss came at the hands of Buffalo State. Senior forwad Kyle Hall (1-3-4), sophomore forwards Cole Stallard (4-0-4) and Pat Egan (1-3-4), and junior defenseman Ayrton Valente (0-4-4) are tied for the team in in scoring, while senior Brady Rouleau (2-2-0, 3.02, .886) has seen the majority of action in goal so far this year. The Cardinals offense and defense have been middling this season as they rank just 53rd and 36th in the country, respectively.

 

 

NORWICH CADETS    

The eight-time PrimeLink champs enter the weekend in search of their first tournament title since 2012. In a pair of outings last weekends, the Cadets fell 4-3 in overtime to Skidmore and beat Castleton, 4-0. Holders of a 5-1-1 record on the year, the Cadets currently sit outside the D3hockey.com Men's 15. Seniors have driven the Norwich engine this year as the Cadets' top five scorers are seniors. Forward Nick Pichette (6-4-10), along with Anthony Flaherty (3-5-8) and Tyler Piacentini (4-3-7) are tops on the club in scoring. Norwich has averaged an even four goals per game thus far, which stands as 17th-best in the nation, while its defense has been even more prolific and has conceded just 1.71 goals per game which ranks 9th. Senior Ty Reichenbach (3-1-1, 1.80, .914) and junior Brandon Ostepchuk (2-0-0, 1.50, .909) have both seen a solid amount of game action in goal.

 

 

MIDDLEBURY PANTHERS          

The winless Panthers kicked off their season last weekend with a pair of NESCAC conference games in which they suffered a 2-1 overtime loss at Colby and a 5-3 setback at Bowdoin. The losses mark the first time since 2010 the Panthers have opened a season 0-2. Freshman forward Trevor Turbull scored twice for Middlebury last weekend while sophomore defenseman Matt Doherty and freshman forward Danny Jacobs also notched goals.  Junior goaltender Stephen Klein stopped 46 of 48 shots in the loss to Colby, while his freshman counterpart Brian Ketchabaw turned back 28 of 32 against Bowdoin. The Panthers are in search of their fifth PrimeLink title and first since 2008.

 

 

CONCORDIA-MOORHEAD COBBERS

The only West Region team to ever win a PrimeLink championship, the Cobbers managed the feat in 2014 when they topped Middlebury 4-3 in their opener before tying Norwich 2-2 and then winning the shootout in the title game. The Cobbers hold a 3-3-0 record on the season and have scored wins over St. Thomas, Saint Mary's and Saint John's. Idle last weekends, the Cobbers suffered losses at the hands of UW-Stevens Point and UW-Eau Claire two weeks ago. Senior forward Jeremy Johnson (0-6-6) leads the club in scoring, while junior forwards Zach Doerring (3-2-5) and Jon Grebowsky (0-5-0) are right on his heels. Fellow junior Dalton Heels' four goals are most on the team. A pair of freshman goaltenders, Jacob Stephen (2-1-0, 2.97, .912) and Sam Nelson (1-2-0, 3.02, .913), have each started three games this season and backstop a defense ranked 44th in the nation. The Cobbers' offense ranks 60th and has scored 2.50 goals per game.

 

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November 19, 2016

McShane claims 700th career coaching win

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Saturday's 4-0 win over Castleton not only kept Norwich tied for first in the NEHC, but it also marked a major milestone for head coach Mike McShane as the result earned him his 700th career collegiate coaching win.

McShane is just the seventh head coach in college hockey history to win 700 games and the achievement puts him in an elite group that includes Jerry York (1022), Ron Mason (924), Jack Parker (894), Red Berenson (840) and Rick Comley (738).

McShane, who is in his 22nd season behind the Norwich bench, now holds a 700-341-71 career mark, while he has posted a 456-123-34 line during his tenure at Norwich. His 456 wins at the Division III level are the 7th most all-time.

A 1971 graduate of the University of New Hampshire, McShane coached at the Division I level prior to landing at Norwich as he led St. Lawrence from 1980-85 and Providence from 1985-1994. In five season at St. Lawrence, he posted a 95-65-6 record and led the Saints to the 1983 NCAA Tournament. While at Providence, he amassed a 151-153-25 mark and guided the Friars to the NCAA Tournament in 1989, 1991 and 1992.

At Norwich, McShane quickly turned the program into one of the nation's elite. During his tenure, the Cadets have claimed 17 NEHC regular season titles and eleven league playoff championships. Additionally under McShane, the Cadets have qualified for the NCAA Tournament 15 times, made eleven Frozen Fours, and scored national championships in 2000, 2003 and 2010.

Since his hiring, Norwich has produced 20 All-Americans and Cadets have twice won the Sid Watson Award, which is presented annually to the nation's best Division III men's hockey player as voted on by the American Hockey Coaches Association.

McShane has won 20 various coach of the year awards and was presented the Edward Jeremiah Award, which is presented annually to the Division III men's coach of the year, in 1997, 1999, 2000 and 2010.

Norwich, ranked No. 15 in the most recent D3hockey.com Men's Top 15, now stands at 5-1-1 this year and continues its season next Friday when it faces off with long-time rival Middlebury in the prestigious PrimeLink Great Northern ShootOut.

 

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Hamilton 3, at Middlebury 0
Box Score
M:
Final
at Williams 4, Amherst 3
Box Score Photos
M:
Final
Bowdoin 4, at Tufts 0
Box Score
M:
Final
Oswego State 4, at Fredonia State 2
M:
Final
at Morrisville State 5, Utica 2
Box Score Recap
M:
Final - OT
Connecticut College 1, at Colby 1
Box Score
M:
Final
Geneseo State 5, at Plattsburgh State 4
Box Score Recap
M:
Final
at Norwich 4, St. Michael's 1
Box Score
M:
Final
Brockport State 3, at Potsdam State 2
Box Score Recap
M:
Final
Cortland State 3, at Buffalo State 0
Box Score
M:
Final - OT
Hobart 4, at Trinity (Conn.) 4
Recap
M:
Final
New England College 4, at Saint Anselm 3
Box Score
M:
Final
St. Scholastica 4, at Gustavus Adolphus 1
Box Score
M:
Final
at Milwaukee Engineering 6, UW-Superior 4
Box Score
M:
Final
Mass-Boston 4, at Wentworth 1
Box Score
M:
Final
at Lawrence 5, Augsburg 3
Box Score
M:
Final - OT
UW-Eau Claire 5, at Hamline 4
Box Score Recap Photos
M:
Final
at Concordia-Moorhead 6, UW-Stout 1
Box Score Photos
M:
Final - OT
UW-Stevens Point 4, at Adrian 4
Box Score Photos
W:
Final
at Sacred Heart 6, Johnson and Wales 4
Box Score
W:
Final
at Bowdoin 2, University of New England 1
Box Score Recap
W:
Final - OT
Hamilton 3, at Oswego State 2
Box Score
W:
Final
at Amherst 1, Manhattanville 0
Box Score
W:
Final - OT
Endicott 2, at Wesleyan 2
Box Score Recap
W:
Final
at Cortland State 10, Post 0
Box Score
W:
Final
at UW-Stevens Point 1, Augsburg 0
W:
Final
at Concordia (Wis.) 5, St. Benedict 1
Box Score
W:
Final
at UW-Eau Claire 5, St. Mary's (Minn.) 1
Box Score
W:
Final
at Bethel 5, Northland 0
Box Score
W:
Final
UW-Superior 4, at St. Scholastica 1
Box Score
W:
Final - OT
at Potsdam State 2, New England College 1
Box Score Recap
Saturday, Dec. 10: All times Eastern
M:
Final
Geneseo State 3, at Potsdam State 2
Box Score Recap
M:
Final
at Buffalo State 5, Oswego State 1
Box Score
M:
Final - OT
Gustavus Adolphus 2, at UW-Eau Claire 2
Box Score
M:
Final
at UW-Stevens Point 4, Adrian 3
Box Score Recap
M:
Final
at Tufts 3, Colby 1
Box Score
M:
Final - OT
Williams 3, at Hamilton 3
Box Score Recap Photos
M:
Final
at St. Norbert 4, St. Thomas 2
Box Score Recap
Friday, Dec. 9: All times Eastern
M:
Final - OT
Hobart 4, at Trinity (Conn.) 4
Recap
M:
Final
Geneseo State 5, at Plattsburgh State 4
Box Score Recap
M:
Final
Oswego State 4, at Fredonia State 2
M:
Final
at Morrisville State 5, Utica 2
Box Score Recap
M:
Final
Cortland State 3, at Buffalo State 0
Box Score
M:
Final - OT
Connecticut College 1, at Colby 1
Box Score
M:
Final
Hamilton 3, at Middlebury 0
Box Score
M:
Final
at Norwich 4, St. Michael's 1
Box Score
M:
Final
Mass-Boston 4, at Wentworth 1
Box Score
M:
Final - OT
UW-Stevens Point 4, at Adrian 4
Box Score Photos
M:
Final - OT
UW-Eau Claire 5, at Hamline 4
Box Score Recap Photos
M:
Final
at Lawrence 5, Augsburg 3
Box Score
Saturday, Dec. 10: All times Eastern
W:
Final
Norwich 3, at Bowdoin 1
Box Score
W:
Final
at Connecticut College 3, Mass-Boston 1
Box Score
W:
Final
Middlebury 2, at Castleton 0
Box Score
W:
Final
at Elmira 2, Trinity (Conn.) 0
W:
Final
UW-River Falls 4, at Gustavus Adolphus 1
Box Score
Friday, Dec. 9: All times Eastern
W:
Final - OT
Hamilton 3, at Oswego State 2
Box Score