For Clarkson’s Devin Brosseau, mixing volunteer work with hockey is seamless

By Dan Rubin | Devin Brosseau doesn’t like to consider his volunteerism as work. Maybe that’s why he does so much of it away from his time on the ice. As a senior for the Clarkson Golden Knights, he wears the captain’s letter and finished the regular season as the team’s second-leading scorer. He’s a key cog on a […] | more

St. Anselm’s Amanda Conger takes giving of self to new heights

By Tim Costello | As a senior at St. Anselm in New Hampshire, Amanda Conger takes the Benedictine principles of distinguishing one’s life with meaning, leadership and achievement to heart each every day as a student, hockey team captain and this year as an organ donor. The ultimate gift and selfless act are not something Amanda has ever sought […] | more

Hockey Humanitarian Award Foundation Announces Five Finalists for 2020 during its 25th anniversary celebration

By Pete Souris | The Hockey Humanitarian Award Foundation announced the five finalists for the 2020 Hockey Humanitarian Award, presented annually to college hockey’s “finest citizen” for leadership in community service. Devin Brosseau (Saint-Lambert, Que.) Senior, Forward, Clarkson University Brosseau, who was a 2019 Hockey Humanitarian Award nominee, spearheads the Golden Knights’ Team Impact with a local disabled teenager. […] | more

Hockey Humanitarian Award Foundation Announces 2020 Nominees

By The Hockey Humanitarian Foundation | Minneapolis, Minn. — The Hockey Humanitarian Award Foundation today announced 13 nominees for the 2020 Hockey Humanitarian Award. The award, which is celebrating its 25th year, is presented annually to college hockey’s finest citizen — a student-athlete who makes significant contributions not only to his or her team but also to the community-at-large through leadership […] | more

Wisconsin’s Jake Bunz named 2019 Hockey Humanitarian Award Recipient

By The Hockey Humanitarian Foundation | The other four award finalists were Cam Beecy (Norwich), Annie Pankowski (Wisconsin), Tommy Parran (Ohio State) and Luke Rivera (SUNY-Fredonia) The Hockey Humanitarian Award is given each year to college hockey’s finest citizen — a student-athlete who makes significant contributions not only to his or her team, but also to the community-at-large through leadership in […] | more

The Hockey Humanitarian Award Foundation mourns the loss of Kristine Pierce-Brassie

By The Hockey Humanitarian Foundation | It is with profound sadness that we share the news of the loss of one of our first Award winners. Kristine Pierce-Brassie passed away last week after a battle with cancer. Her career at RIT was interrupted for nearly a year when she was diagnosed with Hodgkins disease in 1997. She underwent six months of […] | more

Inspired by his mom’s recovery from a stroke, Fredonia’s Luke Rivera uses his platform to raise money

By Matthew Semisch | Organizing an annual fundraising event over the last three years has been right up Fredonia senior and business management major Luke Rivera’s alley. Honoring his mother keeps him driven. Fredonia’s Stroke Awareness Game event has grown in profile each year, with almost $30,000 being raised for the Gates Vascular Institute of the Kaleida Health Facility […] | more

For Wisconsin’s Jake Bunz, helping Haitian orphanage becomes a passion

By Benjamin Worgull | Jake Bunz would welcome the opportunity to lead a symposium for all incoming student-athletes at the collegiate level. He would do so for all those who come in with dreams of being the team’s leading scorer, winning championships or garnering a professional contract, and let them know that failure to accomplish those goals don’t define […] | more