Liam O’Sullivan ’16 Nominated for Joe Concannon Award

Just wanted to pass along some news on a Spartans boys’ hockey alum!

Liam O’Sullivan ’16. Photo: Saint Anselm

Liam O’Sullivan ’16 was recently nominated for the Joe Concannon Award, presented annually to the best American-born Division II/III men’s college ice hockey player in New England.

The award, now in its 20th season, was established in 2001 shortly after the passing of the longtime writer for the Boston Globe, who had a great passion for the game of college ice hockey while always advocating strongly for amateur athletics.

In 22 games played this season (through Feb. 6), O’Sullivan has compiled three goals and a team-leading 15 assists for 18 points. He has scored two power-play tallies throughout the year and currently ranks fifth in the conference in assists. In the 2018-18 season, he was selected to the NE10 Second Team.

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