Ice Hockey - Boys Prep Team
Wyoming Seminary's hockey program is dedicated to developing student-athletes to their full potential, on the ice and in the classroom. Designed around the academic calendar, Sem’s hockey schedule exposes our student-athletes to the best competition while maintaining the academic integrity of the school.
Sem's hockey program played its first competitive season in 1992-93. The prep team now plays an approximately 35 game schedule with 4-5 tournaments/showcases per season against prep schools from across the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic and New England. Some of the tournaments the program has participated in include: Middlesex/St. Mark's William Barber Memorial Tournament, Northwood Holiday Tournament in Lake Placid, Albany Academy Rider Cup, Trinity-Pawling Empire Cup, Phillips Exeter Invitational, Shady Side Academy Thanksgiving Classic and the St. Francis Tournament in Buffalo.
Seminary student-athletes have gone on to play in the NHL, AHL, ECHL, OHL, QMJHL, USHL, NAHL, USPHL NCDC, BCHL, OJHL, CCHL, and various professional leagues across Europe and Asia as well as Division I, Division III, CIS and ACHA programs including, but not limited to, Boston University, Bentley, Harvard, Alaska (Anchorage), American International, Norwich, Hamilton, Skidmore, New England College, St. Michaels, Hobart, Lebanon Valley, Elmira, Southern New Hampshire University, SUNY Fredonia, SUNY Cortland, SUNY Geneseo, Worcester State, Neumann, Penn State, Arizona, Drexel, U.S. Naval Academy, U.S. Air Force Academy, Castleton State, Curry College, University of New Hampshire, Quinnipiac University, Sacred Heart University, University of Vermont and Middlebury College.
Eric Tangradi ’05 was the first Sem player to play in the NHL for the Pittsburgh Penguins. Tangradi went onto the OHL after Sem to captain the Belleville Bulls before being drafted by the Anaheim Ducks in 2007, and won the 2017 AHL Playoff Championship Calder Trophy with the Grand Rapids Griffins.
Dennis Packard ‘00 played for the U.S. National Team Development Program during his senior year before matriculating to Harvard University. Packard was drafted by the Boston Bruins in 2001, and went on to play over 300 games as a professional, primarily in the AHL, before retiring in 2010. Arpad Mihaly ‘01, a former member of the Romanian National Team alongside fellow Sem alumnus Zoltan Pal ‘99, has played over 700 games as a professional across numerous leagues in North America and Europe.
|Joshua (Josh) Danielowski||2020|
|Charles (Trey) Leo||2019|
|Kevin Charles (KC) Medico||2019|
|Joshua (Josh) Moses||2018|
|Danick (Dan) Rodrigue||2019|
|Zachari (Zach) Trepanier||2018|