Thanks to a slew of injuries, Princeton has seven players who’ve played in every game this season.The injuries, and Princeton’s lack of production overall, make it difficult to name an MVP. The Tigers haven’t won since Nov. 23, and most players have scored in bunches this season.
One of the biggest absences from Princeton’s lineup is Andrew Calof, who led Princeton in scoring for the past three years. He’s been out since Nov. 9 against Yale.
Princeton has averaged 2.07 goals per game and been shutout twice. Goalkeeping hasn’t fared much better for the Tigers, although partly due to poor team play.
The biggest scoring contributions have come from Tucker Brockett, Andrew Ammon, Jonathan Liau, Jack Berger and Aaron Kesselman.
Brockett has taken a hold of the scoring lead with 11 points. He’s the only Princeton player in double digits, but he hasn’t scored since Nov. 16.
With Mike Condon’s departure, Sean Bonar has seen the most time in Princeton’s net. He started nine games, recorded a 2-6-0 record, a 3.89 goals-against average and a .877 save percentage.
Ammon leads the team with six goals. It’s not the amount of goals, but when Ammon has scored them. He’s scored the game-winning goal twice for the Tigers this season.
MVP: Andrew Ammon
Honorable mention: Tucker Brockett, Sean Bonar