Snively Earns All-ECAC Hockey Honors

Snively Earns All-ECAC Hockey Honors

Junior Was Among National Scoring Leaders


ALBANY, N.Y. –  Joe Snively has 103 points in 96 career college games. The Yale junior forward had a career-high 36 of those this winter, which helped him earn a spot on the All-ECAC Hockey second-team.


Snively, who had a team-high 19 goals and was second in the nation for game-winners and shorthanded tallies, was ninth in the country with .61 goals per game. He was 17th in Division I with 1.16 points per game.   


The speedy Bulldog from Herndon, Va., had 7 goals and 13 points over the last 7 games, including his first collegiate hat trick on Feb. 10 against Princeton. Snively was one of five players selected to the Pre-season Coaches All-ECAC Hockey Team after netting 1.18 points per game in 2016-17, which ranked 21st in the nation. An All-Ivy League honorable mention from a season ago, Snively had 7 multi-goal games and 9 multi-point outings this season.




Forward           Ryan Donato, Harvard

Forward           Sheldon Rempal, Clarkson

Forward           Max Veronneau, Princeton       

Defense           Adam Fox, Harvard                             

Defense           Kelly Summers, Clarkson

Goaltender       Matthew Galajda, Cornell



Forward           Anthony Angello, Cornell

Forward           Ryan Kuffner, Princeton

Forward           Joe Snively, Yale

Defense           Terrance Amorosa, Clarkson    

Defense           Chase Priskie, Quinnipiac

Goaltender       Colton Point, Colgate



Forward           Ryan Scarfo, Union     

Forward           Nico Sturm, Clarkson

Forward           Odeen Tufto, Quinnipiac

Defense           Yanni Kaldis, Cornell

Defense           Josh Teves, Princeton               

Goaltender       Jake Kielly, Clarkson

                        Jake Kupsky, Union



Forward           Jack Badini, Harvard

Forward           Jack Jacome, Clarkson

Forward           Odeen Tufto, Quinnipiac

Defense           Nick Austin, Colgate

Defense           Reilly Walsh, Harvard

Goaltender       Matthew Galajda, Cornell