MacDougall in D3 semis

The Glengarry News - - Sports In The Glens - – Sean Bray

The Ho­bart Col­lege men’s hockey team and for­ward Law­son MacDougall, who hails from Mart­in­town, con­cluded their 2018-19 sea­son with an NCAA Divi­sion III na­tional semi­fi­nal loss March 22 to top- ranked Univer­sity of Wis­con­sin - Stevens Point, 5-3.

The No. 7/8 Ho­bart Col­lege States­men ended the cam­paign with a record of 21 wins, 8 losses, and 2 ties over­all, match­ing the pro­gram record for vic­to­ries in a sea­son. The Point­ers hadn’t lost a game go­ing into the con­test, en route to claim­ing the na­tional ti­tle.

MacDougall, a ju­nior, played in 28 games, this sea­son, log­ging 9 goals and 12 as­sists, for 21 points. He had 56 shots on goal and 46 penalty min­utes.

The 23-year-old earned a spot on the Mid­dle­bury Hockey Clas­sic All-Tour­na­ment Team. He scored a goal in Ho­bart's 3-2 win over Oswego in the NCAA tour­na­ment quar­ter-fi­nals.

Ho­bart made its ninth over­all and fifth con­sec­u­tive NCAA tour­na­ment ap­pear­ance. It’s the third time in pro­gram his­tory that the States­men ad­vanced to the na­tional semi­fi­nals, and the first time since 2009.

Ho­bart ranked in the top 15 in the na­tion, in four sta­tis­ti­cal cat­e­gories.

MacDougall’s ju­nior hockey ca­reer was split be­tween the Char-Lan Rebels and Corn­wall Colts.

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