Robbie Murden, Men's Ice Hockey, Hamilton College
Robbie Murden is one of just 26 Hamilton men's hockey players to reach the 100-point plateau. He finished his career with 103 points on 50 goals and 53 assists despite missing nine games his senior year with an injury. Murden returned to the ice for the postseason, scoring four points in three games as the Continentals made their first appearance in the NESCAC Championship game, followed by their first NCAA Tournament berth.
A two-time member of the All-NESCAC Team, he earned All-NESCAC First Team honors, as well as a spot on D3hockey.com's East Region All-Star Team, as a junior. He closed out his career with two goals in Hamilton's first-ever game in the NCAA Tournament, leading the Continentals to a win at SUNY Oswego.
During his career, Murden helped Hamilton make three postseason appearances, as well as post a program-record 20 wins in 2016-17. Hamilton finished first in the NESCAC's regular season standings for the second time in program history during Murden's senior year, and he made the NESCAC Winter All-Academic Team. He capped his collegiate career with the Jack B. Riffle Award, which is presented annually to the top male and female athlete in Hamilton's senior class.