Chris Volonnino

UD Hockey Hall of Fame

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Chris Volonnino was a dominant offensive player with great vision and scoring touch. “Vols” physically dominated many games throughout his career and was a huge contributor to the 2011-12 National Championship team, where he notched three goals and 2 assists in the tournament including tallies in the opening win versus #14 Davenport, the double-overtime triumph over #6 Ohio, and the Championship sealing victory over #13 Oakland.

Vols was a leader for UD Hockey between 2010 and 2014, producing more than a point per game in two of his four seasons as a Blue Hen. As one of the most skilled hockey players to come through the UD Hockey program, Chris was a force to be reckoned with and his contributions on the ice and in the locker room were critical in making UD a perennial ACHA contender during his career.

Years Played: 2010-2014 (4 years)
Grad Year: 2014
Category: Player
Position: Forward

Career Highlights

  • Helped team reach National Tournament in all four seasons as a Blue Hen
  • Led team in PIM and 3rd in goals (18) as a Freshman in 2010-11
  • One of three players to average at least 1 point per game as a Sophomore in the 2011-12 National Championship season (11 G, 14 A in 25 games)
  • Led team in goals (29), 2nd in total points (58), and 3rd in assists (29) as a Junior in 2012
  • 2nd on team in assists (28) and 3rd in scoring (35) as Senior in 2011-12
  • 3rd on team in assists (22) and points (33) as a Senior in 2013-14


2010-11 31 18 10 28
2011-12 24 10 13 23
2012-13 36 29 29 58
2013-14 25 11 22 33

Total: 116 games played, 68 goals, 74 assists, 142 points (1.22 points per game)

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Club ice hockey wins title

The Delaware men’s ice hockey team finished off its season by winning the American Collegiate Hockey Association’s National Championship for club teams in Strongsville, Ohio

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