1 Greg Paxson

Position
Goalie
Height
5'11"
Weight
160
Hometown
Center Valley, PA
Seasons
1988-89, 1989-90, 1990-91, 1991-92

ACHA - M1

SeasonTeamGPGAPPIMWLTSOGASavesShotsPct
1988-89Delaware (D1)100000712037265310.86
1989-90Delaware (D1)2100007122094599696.86
1990-91Delaware (D1)18011231170084479568.84
1991-92Delaware (D1)160228770063435498.87
Total-6503331322740278177820720.000

1988-89 – Greg is a talented young goaltender. He is a smart goaltender and always seems to be in the right place at the right time. Greg should be able to step between the pipes and keep the Hens in the game.

1989-90  – Greg became a pleasant surprise last season as he carried the team to tournament victories in the Belmont College Invitational. Greg has a quick glove and handles the puck very well. He has the ability to make the big save at the right time. Greg will see a lot of action around the net this sea-son and expect him to rise to the occasion and lead the team to victory.

1990-91 – Greg became the #1 goaltender mid-way through last season, with his strong quality of play and his “never let down” attitude. Greg has a quick glove and handles the puck very well. He has the ability to make the big save at the right time. Greg will see a lot of action around the net this season and expect him to rise to the occasion as he has in the past and lead the Hen’s to victory.

1991-92 – Greg returns for his fourth season with the Hens and third as starting goalie. Greg has quick reflexes and is a great help to the defense with his puck han­dling skills. Greg is the player most likely to win a game single-handedly for Dela­ware. Unlike other talented goalies, he rarely plays a bad game. A good final year fromGreg will be vital to Delaware’s success.


1990-91
1989-90
1988-89

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