Curry Colonels

Schedule

Overall: 17-8-1 - Conference: 11-6-1
10/27 vs. Mass-Dartmouth W, 5-1 BX P
10/28 at UMass Boston L, 6-1 BX RC
11/2 at Becker * • L, 7-3 BX
11/4 vs. Becker * • W, 6-2 BX
11/10 vs. Western New England * • T, 2-2 BX
11/11 at Western New England * • W, 5-1 BX
11/17 vs. Endicott * • L, 4-2 BX
11/18 at Endicott * • L, 7-1 BX
11/30 at Johnson and Wales * • W, 4-2 BX
12/2 vs. Johnson and Wales * • W, 6-3 BX
12/8 vs. Nichols * • W, 4-3 BX RC
12/9 at Nichols * • L, 5-4 BX RC
12/31 vs. Lake Forest W, 4-2 BX
1/5 at Bryn Athyn W, 3-2 BX
1/6 at Bryn Athyn W, 6-1 BX
1/12 vs. Westfield State W, 5-1 BX
1/13 at Neumann W, 8-3 BX
1/19 vs. Salve Regina * • L, 4-1 BX
1/20 at Salve Regina * • W, 3-2 BX
1/26 at Suffolk * • W, 5-4 BX
1/27 vs. Suffolk * • W, 4-0 BX
2/2 at University of New England * • W, 5-3 BX
2/3 vs. University of New England * • L, 6-4 BX RC
2/9 vs. Wentworth * • W, 4-2 BX
2/10 at Wentworth * • W, 4-3 BX
2/17 vs. Nichols L, 4-3 BX RC

(* Conference; • Region)
Overall: 17-8-1 - Conference: 11-6-1
11/2 at Becker * • L, 7-3 BX
11/4 vs. Becker * • W, 6-2 BX
11/10 vs. Western New England * • T, 2-2 BX
11/11 at Western New England * • W, 5-1 BX
11/17 vs. Endicott * • L, 4-2 BX
11/18 at Endicott * • L, 7-1 BX
11/30 at Johnson and Wales * • W, 4-2 BX
12/2 vs. Johnson and Wales * • W, 6-3 BX
12/8 vs. Nichols * • W, 4-3 BX RC
12/9 at Nichols * • L, 5-4 BX RC
1/19 vs. Salve Regina * • L, 4-1 BX
1/20 at Salve Regina * • W, 3-2 BX
1/26 at Suffolk * • W, 5-4 BX
1/27 vs. Suffolk * • W, 4-0 BX
2/2 at University of New England * • W, 5-3 BX
2/3 vs. University of New England * • L, 6-4 BX RC
2/9 vs. Wentworth * • W, 4-2 BX
2/10 at Wentworth * • W, 4-3 BX

(* Conference; • Region)

2017-18

Salve Regina 14-2-2 22-6-2
Endicott 13-4-1 18-6-3
University of New England 11-4-3 20-6-3
Curry 11-6-1 17-8-1
Nichols 9-6-3 18-9-3
Wentworth 7-8-3 9-14-3
Suffolk 6-10-2 9-13-3
Western New England 4-12-2 9-14-3
Johnson and Wales 3-14-1 5-19-1
Becker 3-15 5-18-1

Past Records

2017-18 (17-8-1, 11-6-1 CCC)
2016-17 (14-10-2, 11-5-2 CCC)
2015-16 (9-13-2, 5-9-1 ECACNE)
2014-15 (15-10-2, 7-6-1 ECACNE)
2013-14 (11-14-2, 6-8 ECACNE)
2012-13 (11-11-4, 7-3-4 ECACNE)
2011-12 (14-11-2, 11-3 ECACNE)
2010-11 (16-9-3, 10-2-2 ECACNE)

Team Info

Coach: T.J. Manastersky (Oswego State '06)
Conference: CCC

Curry

Colonels

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 2048
Location: Milton, MA
Colors: Purple, White
Region: East
Arena: Max Ulin Arena
Official Website: Men |
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News Releases

December 14, 2016 D3hockey.com Men's Team of the Week: December 14th For the last time in 2016, we present our Men's Team of the Week! Photo: Endicott Athletics
November 23, 2016 D3hockey.com Men's Team of the Week: Nov. 23 You asked for it, now it's back! With every men's team in the country putting a game in the books, we return our D3hockey.com National Team of the Week, with the debut edition for 2016-17! Photo: Larry Radloff for D3photography.com
January 21, 2016 Iron clad UW-River Falls capitalized on a stout defensive effort to claim bragging rights in a battle of ranked WIAC teams on Thursday night, while elsewhere the MASCAC and ECACNE featured heavily into the night's action.
October 2, 2015 Another ECAC league falls; CCC brings hockey in-house Starting in 2016-17, the Commonwealth Coast Conference will sponsor men's hockey, leaving the ECAC without a Northeast hockey league as well. That includes the University of New England.
February 28, 2015 Curry downs Wentworth, 8-4, in ECAC Northeast quarterfinals MILTON, Mass. - In an ECAC Northeast Conference Quarerfinal match-up in men's ice hockey action on Saturday evening at the Max Ulin Rink, #4 seeded Curry College defeated #5 seed Wentworth, 8-4. With the win, the Colonels improve to 15-9-2 overall and advance to ECAC Northeast Semi-final. The Leopards fall to 11-12-3 in their final game of the season.
March 5, 2014 Nichols advances to ECAC Northeast championship with 4-3 win over Curry HARRISVILLE, R.I. – Freshman Sean Swansen (Salem, N.H.) scored a pair of goals to help the Nichols College men's ice hockey team advance to the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Northeast Championship game with a 4-3 win over No. 6 seed Curry College Wednesday night at Levy Rink.