Wes and Cam Chaput named to NECHA All Star Game

Senior left wing Wes Chaput and sophomore center Cam Chaput have been named to represent Bates College in the 2009-2010 NECHA All Star Game.

Both brothers will play for the South/East Team alongside players from Boston College, Bridgewater State College, Bryant University, US Coast Guard Academy, Endicott College, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Northeastern University, Rhode Island College, St. Joseph's College, and Tufts University

Wes lead the league in both goals (18) and points (32), and was fifth in assists (14). This is the second consecutive year that Wes has topped the NECHA leaderboard in goals and points.

Cam lead the league in assists (22), was second to only his brother in points (30), and also tallied 8 goals.

The All Star weekend will kick off with a skills competition on Saturday, March 27 at 2:30 PM. The game will be played on Sunday, March 28 at noon. Both events will be held at Danbury Arena in Danbury, CT.

Bobcats end season with loss to UMass in NECHA Quarterfinals

Final score: University of Massachusetts 5 - Bates College 3
Scoring:
1st period / 10:14 - W. Chaput (25) from C. Chaput
1st period / 17:16 - C. Clark (3) from M. Ohlheiser, C. Stern
2nd period / 8:09 - J. Quenzel (1) from C. Chaput, W. Chaput

Bates to play UMass in NECHA Quarterfinals - Sat, Feb 13 - 9:00 PM

Bates College will open the Northeastern Collegiate Hockey Association (NECHA) playoffs with a quarterfinals matchup against the University of Massachusetts. The game is scheduled for Saturday, February 13 at 9:00 PM. It will be a road game for the Bobcats and will be played at the Mullins Center in Amherst, MA.


#4 American East
Bates College Bobcats
vs
#1 American West
University of Massachusetts Minutemen
Saturday, February 13 / 9:00 PM / Mullins Center (Amherst, MA)

Video: Bates hockey clinches playoff berth (8-4 win over Endicott)

Thanks to Lila Totino for the video.

Bates routs Endicott; Bobcats playoff bound again!

Heading into the final regular season game of the year, the message was clear for Bates: win and keep playing, or lose and be done. Both Endicott and Bates entered the final game with 9 points, battling for the fourth and final seed in the American East Conference.

In front of a raucous crowd in Underhill Arena, Bates fell down 2-0 to Endicott in the first period before Miles Davee '11 cut the deficit in half on the power play after a nice feed from Cam Chaput '12. Endicott took a 2-1 lead to the locker rooms after 1 period, but Bates woke up in time for the second period.

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