Chris Ferazzoli is one of the most dynamic and productive players to ever wear the Blue and Gold. Playing three seasons from 2000 to 2003, Ferazzoli posted 74 goals and 104 assists for 176 points, averaging over 2 points per game. Chris was named an ACHA All-American in each of his three seasons as a Blue Hen and was twice a runner up for ACHA Player of the Year award. Ferazzoli was instrumental in Delaware’s run to our first national championship game appearance in 2001, when he registered 12 points in five games to lead the tournament in scoring. Chris was also able to showcase his talents on the world stage representing the ACHA as a member of Team USA in the 2003 World University Games in Tarvisio, Italy.
Beyond his career at Delaware, Chris has had the most successful pro career of any player in UD Hockey history, playing in 181 career professional games and accumulating 226 Points.
Today, Chris continues to live and breathe hockey running his own hockey school, Chris Ferazzoli’s Dynamic Edge, in Tampa, Florida and serving as a youth coach for the Tampa Bulls and Tampa Elite AA programs.