Lawrence (Mass.) Academy
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Lawrence (Mass.) Academy
TONY FRANCIS VOCE; born October 30, 1980 ... shoots left ? finished his schoolboy career as Lawrence Academy's career scoring leader with 206 points - 108 goals and 98 assists.
AS A JUNIOR (2002-03):
Played in 37 games, including 23 HOCKEY EAST contests ? earned All-Tournament honors at the NCAA East Regional in Providence, R.I. ? registered 46 points ? 23 goals and 23 assists; recorded 32 points ? 15 goals and 17 assists ? in league action ? ranked second in the league (behind Ben Eaves) in scoring in conference games ? tied for the league lead with seven power-play goals in league play ? tallied 11 power-play goals, five game-winning goals and two shorthanded goals on the season; ranked eighth in the nation in game-winning goals ? finished the season with a plus-14 rating ? enjoyed 12 multiple-point games; led the Eagles with six two-goal games ? had a nine-game scoring streak from Jan. 10-Feb. 7; registered seven goals and 10 assists as BC went 8-1-0 in the stretch ? scored the only goal in BC?s 1-0 win over Ohio State in the NCAA Tournament?s East Regional ? joined BC?s 100-point club after tallying five points ? two goals and three assists ? in a home win over Massachusetts (1/31) ? totaled three points in each of three games -- scored two goals, including the gamewinner, and added one assist in a home win over Denver (10/18); notched two goals and one assist in a win at Providence (11/12); and recorded one goal and two assists in a home win over UMass-Lowell (1/10) ? netted the decisive goal and added one assist at Northeastern (2/22) ? scored two goals against Boston University in the HOCKEY EAST Tournament?s semifinal round (3/14).
AS A SOPHOMORE (2001-02):
Played in all 38 games ... earned HOCKEY EAST All-Conference first team honors ... captured All-New England honors ... was a finalist for the Walter Brown Award ... captured the Norman F. Dailey Award as the team MVP ... gained All-Tournament accolades at the Silverado Shootout (Duluth, Minn.) ... selected as HOCKEY EAST Player of the Week on Oct. 8 ... registered 48 points -- 26 goals and 22 assists; recorded 29 points -- 15 goals and 14 assists -- in league action ... tallied seven power-play goals, five shorthanded goals and four game-winning goals ... ranked among the nation's leaders in shorthanded goals (tied-second), goals (eighth) and points (tied-16th) ... enjoyed 14 multiple-point games, including six multiple-goal games ... led the team in plus/minus with a plus-26 rating ... led the league with a 4.46 shots per game average ... recorded two hat tricks -- at Vermont (10/6) and against Merrimack (11/8) ...also enjoyed four two-goal games ... scored at least one goal in each of eight straight games (11/30-1/7) ... factored in all five goals in the team's season-opening win at Vermont (10/6); tallied three goals and two assists ... notched three goals, including two shorthanded tallies, and one assist against Merrimack (11/8) ... tallied eight points -- five goals and three assists -- in five games against Maine; scored two goals in each of two games and collected two assists in another game ... assisted on two of the team's three goals in a 3-1 home win over Boston University (11/17).
AS A FRESHMAN (2000-01):
Played in all 43 games ? earned All-Tournament honors at the 2001 HOCKEY EAST Tournament; netted the game-winning goal in three of the Eagles' four league tournament victories ? registered 26 points -- 12 goals and 14 assists ? enjoyed six multiple-point games, including two multiple-goal contests ? netted four game-winning goals ? three of his four game-winning goals came against Merrimack -- the first came at Merrimack (11/17), the other two came in the quarterfinal round of the league tournament ? netted two goals in win at Notre Dame (11/10) ? scored two goals, including the gamewinner, against Providence in the HOCKEY EAST Tournament title game (3/17); his game-winning tally came on a second-period power play ? tallied one goal and one assist in a win at Maine (12/10) ... registered two assists in each of two home victories -- against Boston University (1/7) and against Maine (1/27) ? notched seven points in seven postseason contests -- four goals in the HOCKEY EAST Tournament and three assists in the NCAA Tournament ? assisted on Chuck Kobasew's game-winning goal against Maine (3/24) and on the Eagles' first goal against Michigan (4/5) ... assisted on Krys Kolanos' game-winning goal against North Dakota in the national championship game (4/7).
Earned All-New England honors as a junior and senior at Lawrence Academy ? captured Independent School League (ISL) MVP honors as a senior ? gained All-ISL honors in each of his final three seasons ... led the league in scoring in 1998-99 (69 points - 39 goals, 30 assists) and 1999-2000 (59 points - 26 goals, 33 assists) ? earned 1999-2000 team MVP honors ? served as team captain for head coach Charlie Corey ? also starred on Lawrence Academy's football and baseball teams ? earned 1999 ISL MVP football honors; led the league in scoring in both his junior and senior seasons ? finished as the school's career scoring and rushing leader.
Enrolled as a communications major in the College of Arts & Sciences ? Tony and his younger brother Sean are the sons of Teresa and Tony Voce.
VOCE'S CAREER STATISTICS
YEAR CL GP G A PTS PEN PPG SHG HT GW
2000-01 Fr. 43 12 14 26 19/38 0 0 0 4
2001-02 So. 38 26 22 48 19/65 7 5 2 4
2002-03 Jr. 37 23 23 46 28/56 11 2 0 5
CAREER 118 61 59 120 66/159 18 7 2 13