|High School:||Nanaimo (BCHL)|
|Years at Yale:||*|
Career Notes: 129 games played as one of
Yale's top defensive forwards... Scored 19 goals and had 44
points... Best offensive games were 1-2-3 in 4-3 win at Cornell
(1/23/09); 2-0-2 vs. Union (1/29/10) and 2-0-2 at Clarkson
2010-11: Assisted on OT game-winner against Air Force at NCAA Regional… Four goals and 14 points in 32 games… Missed ECAC semifinal and final with injury.
2009-10: Played on top checking and defensive line... Still managed career-best nine goals and 14 points... Notched first collegiate multi-goal game Jan. 29 vs. Union... Had four multiple-point games.
2008-09: Skated in 31 games... Missed three games with injury at Cornell... Had a goal and eight points... Made Yale's most important pass of season when he sent perfect feed to Matt Nelson on game-winner in ECAC semifinal at Albany against St. Lawrence.
2007-08: Finished with five goals and three assists... Played in 32 of 34 games and had only 14 PIM... Helped clinch win against nationally ranked Clarkson with a goal on 2/16... Also triggered a comeback with a goal against Princeton to stay alive in the ECAC Hockey Playoffs.
Before Yale: Skated with the Nanaimo Clippers of the BCHL... Helped the team to Chevrolet Cup 2005-06 regular season championship... In 2006-07 he was instrumental in helping Nanaimo win Chevrolet Cup Island Conference championship and Fred Page Cup title as BCHL's best.
Personal: Brendan James Mason, the son of Tom and Diana Mason, is a member of Calhoun College... His hobbies include skimboarding, surfing and camping... Political science major.