Decker Named NE10 Goalie of the Week, Schreiner Top Rookie, Narby Also Recognized

Decker Named NE10 Goalie of the Week, Schreiner Top Rookie, Narby Also Recognized

COLCHESTER, Vt. - Saint Michael's College men's ice hockey senior Tim Decker (Liverpool, N.Y./Canterbury School) was named Northeast-10 Conference Goalie of the Week and first-year forward Matt Schreiner (Falmouth, Mass./Walpole Express) landed NE10 Rookie of the Week for the week ending on Sunday, Nov. 2. Junior defenseman Sel Narby (Huntington, N.Y./Connecticut Junior Rangers) earned a selection to the NE10 Weekly Honor Roll.

Decker made 18 saves while allowing only a power-play goal in a 2-1 win over Albertus Magnus College on Friday. He currently paces the NE10 in both goals-against average (1.00) and save percentage (.947) after going 6-7-3 with a 2.66 GAA and .906 save percentage last year. Decker's GAA was good for second in program history, behind only the 2.44 figure he posted as a sophomore.

Schreiner had a goal and an assist in his first two college games while going 22-for-33 (66.7%) on faceoffs and turning in a plus-1 rating during a 1-0-1 weekend with Albertus Magnus. In the 2-1 win on Friday night, he handed out the primary assist on a tying second-period goal while turning in a 7-of-13 performance at the dot. During a 2-2 tie on Saturday, his power-play marker with 37 seconds left in the second period forced the final tie. He was also 15-for-20 on draws. Schreiner is tied for fourth in the NE10 in points (2) while tying for first in first-year points.

Narby registered two assists and three blocks during the weekend, helping the Purple Knights allow just three goals. Narby provided the secondary assist on the winning goal with 15 seconds left in the 2-1 win on Friday, adding a block, before lending the primary helper on the first goal in the 2-2 draw on Saturday, when he blocked two shots. Narby is tied for second in the NE10 in assists, tied for fourth in points (2), and tied for first in defenseman points.

With a 1-0-1 record thus far, the Purple Knights return to action on Tuesday at the State University of New York at Canton at 7 p.m.