SECHC Goes 3-2 in All-Star Tournament

The South Eastern Collegiate Hockey Conference All-Star team went 3-2 in the Division III All-Star Showcase on March 30- April 1 in Philadelphia, Penn.

The team split the first day of the showcase with a 7-3 loss against the Michigan Collegiate Hockey Conference (Blue) and a 9-5 win against the Pacific Collegiate Hockey Association.

The team went on to win both on their games on Saturday 5-3 against the Michigan Collegiate Hockey Conference (Red) and 7-1 against the Delaware Valley Collegiate Hockey Conference.

The team fell to the Empire Collegiate Hockey Conference 4-2 on Sunday ending the tournament for the SECHC.

Arkansas’s Martin Sundstedt opened the scoring Friday against the Michigan Collegiate Hockey Conference on Friday. Alabama’s Clay Link and Ole Miss’s Cody Johnson also scored in the game but it wasn’t enough to overcome the four goal deficit. The SECHC fell 7-3.

The second game against the Pacific Collegiate Hockey Association was a different story for the SECHC. Arkansas’s Justin McDowell opened the scoring and ended up with two goals and an assist during the game. Georgia’s Peter Kacer earned a hat trick in the win. Arkansas’s Easton Oliver, Arkansas’s Justin Gaddy, Auburn’s Pete Leone and Arkansas’s Martin Sundstedt also scored for the SECHC.

The SECHC defeated the Michigan Collegiate Hockey Conference (Red) 5-3 on Saturday. Arkansas’s Martin Sundstedt continued for the SECHC in the third game of the showcase and tallied two goals and an assist. Arkansas’s Johnny Stromp, Georgia’s Peter Kacer, and Arkansas’s Easton Oliver also scored during the game.

Saturday’s 7-1 win against the Delaware Valley Collegiate Hockey Conference was a team effort. Alabama’s Clay Link, Georgia’s Peter Kacer, Arkansas’s Clay Kasten, Arkansas’s Justin McDowell, Florida’s Scott Schwartz and Auburn’s Pete Leone all scored for the SECHC.

The SEHC fell 4-2 to the Empire Collegiate Hockey Conference on Sunday. Florida’s Michael Jugan and Ole Miss’s Cody Johnson were the goal scorers for the game.