21 posts tagged Frozen Four
21 posts tagged Frozen Four
UPDATE: Congrats to Justin Zolot, who was chosen by random number generator. The correct answer was Steve Baker. While we had three players drafted in 1977, he was the first drafted as he was chosen #44. Justin, we sent you an email. Thanks everyone and look for more giveaways in the future. We have more Frozen Four swag to clean out!
Answer the trivia question in the comments below and you could win this black 2012 Frozen Four t-shirt (courtesy of the Bookstore).
Question: Shayne Gostisbehere ‘15 (Flyers) and Tim Boyle ‘16 (Senators) were both drafted into the NHL this week. Who was the first Union College hockey player ever drafted to the NHL?
One random winner will be picked at 4 p.m. today to win the shirt above (adult size Large). You MUST Like Union’s Facebook page to be in the running to win! Again, COMMENT AND LIKE to win! Thanks and good luck!
UPDATE: Lots of right answers in the comments, but congrats, Derek (comment #1)! The shirt is yours. We’ve sent you an email. Thanks everyone! Plenty of swage left in the Communications closet so we’ll be doing more giveaways soon.
We’re celebrating Sunday’s Commencement and giving away a sweet prize! Answer the trivia question in the comments below and you could win a 2012 Frozen Four t-shirt (courtesy of the Bookstore).
Question: What is the inscription etched in red slate at the top of the Nott Memorial? (loose translation)
One random winner will be picked at 4 p.m. today to win the shirt (adult size Large). You MUST Like Union’s Facebook page to be in the running to win! Again, COMMENT AND LIKE to win! Thanks and good luck!
Photos from the second period. Union is currently tied with Ferris State 1-1. Let’s go Union!
Shots from the first period with the score tied at 0. We’ll keep updating as we get more pictures.
Making the trip to Tampa was Union’s pep band. The Alumni Council, Student Forum and the President’s Office all chipped in to help seven students get to Tampa. Athletics provided them with game tickets. The band - Jake LaRocca ‘12, Vaishali Parkash ‘14, Jeremy Smith ‘14, Arianna Groveman ‘12, Philip Kretschmer ‘15, Katie Jordan ‘12 and Andrew Persson ‘12 - were set to perform the National Anthem. An hour before the game, they were camped out in front of the Fan Fest stage singing along with the music blaring from the speakers: Adele’s smash hit “Someone like you.” Perfect.
Chairman of the Board of Trustees Mark Walsh led Union fans in a cheer at a pregame pep rally at the center stage at Fan Fest. Borrowing a line from Coach Rick Bennett, Walsh asked the crowd over and over, “Why not Union?” Union’s mascot, Dutch, also fired up the crowd.
Gabriella Levine ‘14 and Tess Koman ‘13, co-editors of the Concordiensis, are blogging about Union’s appearance in the Frozen Four for The New York Times. The paper is using student correspondents from each school to post items. “Tess and I are thrilled to be presented with this opportunity,” said Levine. “It was made possible by the success of our hockey team and the high academic merit of our school.”
Wall of fame…Hanging from the Tampa Bay Times Forum is a five-story banner touting the Frozen Four, including an action shot of forward Jeremy Welsh.
“It was pretty neat to see,” Welsh told the Tampa Bay Times. “We were driving in, and I looked up to check it out. And the guys got on me about looking up at it. I said, ‘You know what, guys? It’s not every day I see myself on the side of a building.’”
If you’re looking for a place to watch tomorrow’s hockey game, we’ve got you covered.
Locally, people will be meeting at Messa Rink for the Campus Wide Viewing Party. Doors open at 4.
Also, the Alumni office has arranged parties across the country. You can check out a full list here.
Stop into any of the local establishments here in Schenectady or Albany owned by Matt Baumgartner ‘95. He’s offering food and drink specials at Bomber’s Burrito Bars in Schenectady and Albany and Wolff’s Biergarten in Albany.
Single-session tickets for the NCAA Men’s Frozen Four are on sale.
Tickets for the semifinal games on April 5, which will feature Ferris State against Union College at 4:30 p.m. and Boston College against Minnesota at 8 p.m., as well as tickets for the championship game at 7 p.m. April 7, are $110 per session. The package for all three games costs $195.
Tickets can be purchased by clicking here, by calling 1-800-745-3000 or visiting the Forum box office. The Forum is located at 401 Channelside Drive in downtown Tampa.