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Smith, Czarnik Earn CCHA Weekly Honors


                                                                           Smith                           Czarnik

Miami forwards Reilly Smith and Austin Czarnik were named the CCHA Offensive Player and Rookie of the Week, respectively.

Smith, a junior from Mimico, Ontario had a big weekend in Denver as he tallied three times in two games against Providence and Denver and was named the MVP of the 20th annual Denver Cup Classic as Miami claimed its second Denver Cup title in school history. 145 more words

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>CCHA Round 2 - Miami v. Alaska

>Oxford, Ohio – If defense wins championships, then offense wins games. Fortunately for the seventh ranked Miami RedHawks, they have plenty of each.

The 2010-11 edition of the Miami RedHawks (19-9-6, 16-7-5-2, 3rd CCHA) finished second overall in team scoring and first overall in team defense in the CCHA. 476 more words

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Women's bball loses, hockey ties, skiers do their thing

The women’s basketball team lost another close one this week at the Patty Center to Northwest Nazarene, 60-53. Still with only six players, the Nanooks had a lead and lost it towards the end. 268 more words


Greenham goes 3-0

Scott Greenham, the freshman goaltender who tallied not only two shutouts in his first two career starts with the Nanooks, but became the first Nanook ‘tender to tally three wins in his first three career starts, was… 121 more words


Greenham named goalie of the week

Rookie goalie Scott Greenham was named the CCHA’s goalie of the week.

Greenham became the first goalie in Nanook history to tender shutouts in his first two career starts.


Hockey adds goalie, defender

Today the Hockey team announced the signing of goalie Scott Greenham and offensive defenseman Justin Daigle. Here’s a News-Miner article on the signings.

Greenham tied for second in save percent average (.923) in the Ontario Provincial Junior Hockey League, and helped the Oakville Blades to their first RBC Cup Championship appearance (Canadian National Junior A Championship), the OPJHL Junior A crown and the Dudley Hewitt Cup title. 157 more words