Chris Mazzella was born and raised in Monroe, New York and has been a forward on the team for all four years. He finishes his last season as Co-captain, playing in a total of 144 career games for the Blue Hens. Picking up hockey at four years old, he thanks his Dad for this, because he played hockey as well.
A Sport Management major, Chris is an avid New York Mets and Rangers fan. A well-rounded athlete, he enjoys playing golf in his free time. He chose UD because of the beautiful campus and athletic facilities and four years later, he has certainly made his mark on the program here. Chris has totaled a career 172 points, earning 88 goals and 83 assists with the D1 team. He has been a crucial piece to Delaware’s offense, consistently scoring each season and playing a clean game of hockey.
He recalls his favorite hockey memory of all time, “Scoring in OT against SBU my sophomore year.” And, like many others stated, will miss “the boys” the most about the UD hockey program. His final words of advice for younger players is to “Enjoy it.”
Kate’s or Grottos? Kate’s.
Regular wings or boneless? Boneless.
If you could have any superpower what would it be? Teleportation.
Most embarrassing moment ever? “I got a concussion from a slip-n-slide.”
If you could choose one song to sing on American Idol, what would it be? Hero by Enrique Iglesias.
Who is your celebrity crush? Olivia Culpo.
Dream vacation spot? “Anywhere warm.”
What’s the best prank you ever played? “Not a prankster.”
What’s one thing you can’t live without? Sports.
Favorite meal of the day? Lunch.
Dress up or dress down? Dress up.
Who is your role model? My parents.
If your life was made into a movie, who would play you? Matthew McConaughey.
Best pickup line? ”Don’t need one.”
Is it “Pork Roll” or “Taylor Ham?” Taylor Ham.
If you could eat dinner with any three people, dead or alive, who would they be? Tiger Woods, Matthew McConaughey and Will Ferrell.
Who is your favorite Disney princess? Snow White.
You’re a new Crayola crayon color, what’s your name? “Blue Moon Blue.”
Is it a great day to be a Blue Hen? “Always.”
Ready to graduate or not? “No.”