FIGHTING CLAMS ALUMNI ALL-DECADE TEAM (2010-2019)

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A- Tyler Powers – (Clam Class 2014): The Duxbury product earned All-Centennial honors in 2017 after posting a career high and team leading 36 goals for the Shoremen. The four year starter ended his career with 102 goals and 34 assists for 136 points and 98 career ground balls in 60 career games.

A – Franklin Reis – (Clam Class 2010): Reis twice led Bowdoin in goals scored in 2013 and 2014, and earned All-NESCAC honors after a 50-point senior year in 2014. He finished his Bowdoin career with 82 career goals and 44 assists for 126 points. He also earned NEILA All-Academic honors as a senior.

A – Derek Youngman – (Clam Class 2011): The Colby Captain earned USILA All-American honors in 2015 after leading the Mules in points with 57, on 36 goals and 21 assists. This number was good for sixth in scoring in the NESCAC in 2015 and is also the 5th most points scored in a season by a Colby player in school history.

A- Sam Sweet – (Clam Class 2012): A very balanced attackman, Sweet finished his four year career with 133 points on 76 goals and 57 assists in 56 career games. A team Captain in 2016, Sweet finished tied for ninth in the NESCAC in assists with 22, which was a career high during his time as a Continental.

M – Joe Ricciuti – (Clam Class 2011): Joe was a big time contributor the second he stepped on campus for the Hamilton Continentals before graduating in 2016. Ricciuti registered 49 goals, 14 assists for 63 points during his tenure at Hamilton. In 2015 & 2016 Joe was named to the NESCAC All-Academic team. His Senior year he was named a USILA Academic All-American and was also selected to play in the USILA North/South All-Star Game.

M – Thomas Stanton – (Clam Class 2012): Tom was a two way midfielder that found a way to impact the game more than his stats may indicate. He was named USILA All-American twice and was also named All-Liberty League First Team in both 2015 and 2016. Tom finished his time at Union with 47 goals, 22 assists totaling 69 points to cap off an accolade filled 4 years in Schenectady, New York. 

FO/LSM- Tucker Mathers – (Clam Class 2013): Tucker was a two time National Champion and Captain for the powerhouse Tufts Jumbos. Tucker was a jack of all trades for the Jumbos, including taking faceoffs on top of his usual LSM responsibilities. Mathers won 54% of the 192 faceoffs he had taken and totaled 146 ground balls. He ended his career with five goals, eight assists, 26 caused turnovers in 49 career games, 40 of which came in his Junior & Senior seasons. A natural born leader who also spent four years on the Jumbos football team, Tucker is currently in BUDS with the hopes of becoming a Navy Seal.

D – Peter Wilauer – (Clam Class 2011): Peter made an impact for the Colby defense the minute he stepped foot on campus. Started 55 of the 57 games he appeared in and tallied 156 groundballs to go along with 49 caused turnovers during his time with the Mules. His sophomore year he was an All New England selection. 

D – Gabe Cormier – (Clam Class 2016): A workhorse for the Keene State Owls, Cormier played in an amazing 63 games during his four year career. Named All-LEC in his senior season (2019), Gabe finished his career with 78 ground balls and 57 caused turnovers (good for fourth all-time in program history) for the Owls. He helped lead the Owls to 4 LEC Conference Championships and 4 NCAA Tournament appearances.

D – Jack Belluche – (Clam Class 2016): Jack, like many others, had his Senior season cut short due to the events that transpired this Spring But this doesn’t change his three stellar years prior. Selected as a captain for his final season with Swarthmore, Jack was coming off back to back seasons where he was chosen as a Centennial League Honor Roll member. Jack burst onto the scene as a Freshman starting all 16 games he played in and recorded a career high in both groundballs and caused turnovers. He continued to build on his Freshman season successes and posted 89 groundballs & 48 caused turnovers in 48 career games. These numbers undoubtedly would be much higher given the circumstances.

D – Ben Snow – (Clam Class of 2016): Ben has been a contributor for the Middlebury defense since his Freshman season where he played in 12 games. He built on this success and played in 15 games his sophomore season and 14 his Junior season. Both his Sophomore and Junior seasons he was selected to the NESCAC All-Academic Team. His Junior season was statistically his best, starting in 10 games, scooping 23 groundballs, & 10 caused turnovers. Another player who had his final season cut short due to the world wide Corona Virus scare. All though his career was shortened, he had a tremendous time as a Panther playing in 44 games, racking up 48 grounballs to go along with 15 caused turnovers.

G- Mickey Zaverucha – (Clam Class of 2010): Mickey was a stellar goalie for Duxbury winning 3 state championships before heading to Bucknell. After one season at Bucknell, Mickey transferred to Trinity where he immediately made an impact. As a sophomore Led NESCAC in saves per game and was 2nd in the conference in save percentage. His Junior year he returned as the starting goalie where he saw action in all 15 games and had a save percentage ranked second in the NESCAC and 22nd nationally, for the second straight year, he led the conference in saves per game with 14.13 (14th in nation). Senior year he started in all 13 games and was selected to the NESCAC All-Academic team and was also a USILA All-American selection.

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