Doherty will leads 2015-16 Eagles as captain; McCoshen, Santini and Calnan comprise the rest of next year's captain corps
Noah Hanifin and Alex Tuch earned Pro Ambitions All-Rookie Team honors while Michael Sit becomes the third Eagle to earn the Len Ceglarski Sportsmanship Award
Thatcher Demko, Noah Hanifin, Ian McCoshen, Steve Santini and Alex Tuch were five of 30 skaters named to the preliminary roster for the 2015 U.S. National Junior Team for the World Junior Championship
Boston College throttles RIT, 6-2, as defense explodes on the offensive side of the ice; Doherty, Sanford lead BC with three points each
Boston College leads the way with six representatives on the U.S. National Junior Evaluation Camp roster
McCOSHEN'S CAREER HIGHS:
IAN JAMES McCOSHEN; born August 5, 1995...shoots left...played the 2012-13 season with the Waterloo Black Hawks of the United States Hockey League...participated in the Florida Panthers development camp in July 2013...graduated from Waterloo West High School.
AS A FRESHMAN (2013-14):Played in 35 games; missed two games in late December while playing with Team USA at the World Junior Championship ... scored 13 points - five goals and eight assists; registered six points - one goal and five assists - in 19 Hockey East contests; finished the season with a +22 rating; was a +11 in conference play ... scored Boston College's first goal of the season in his first collegiate game at Michigan (10/10) ... posted his first multi-point game with a goal and an assist along with a +6 rating against Wisconsin (10/18) ... made a game-saving play to preserve a tie at Minnesota (10/25) - shortly after, his heroics garnered the top play on SportsCenter ... tallied his first-career short-handed goal and second multi-point game of the season against Army (11/10) ... missed three games in February due to injury ... scored the game-winning goal to propel Boston College to the Frozen Four against UMass Lowell at the NCAA Regional in Worcester, Mass. (3/30).
BEFORE BC:Earned All-USHL First Team in 2012-13...registered a career high 44 points - 11 goals and 33 assists - in 53 regular season games...added two goals and two assists in five playoff games in 2012-13...participated in the 2012 All-American Top Prospects Game...recorded eight goals and 12 assists in the 2011-12 season for the Black Hawks...added four goals and three assists in 15 playoff games...participated in the World Junior A Challenge for the United States Under-19 team...recorded an assist in five games.
PERSONAL: Enrolled in College of Arts and Sciences ... is the 2013-14 recipient of The Colleen and Michael Barron Hockey Scholarship and The Maureen and Edward F. Coakley '57 Hockey Scholarship Fund ... was selected by the Florida Panthers in the second round (31st overall) in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft...Ian is the son of Colleen and Kevin McCoshen; has three younger sisters.