Eight Newcomers To Join Men’s Ice Hockey In Class Of 2026 – Princeton University Athletics – Princeton Athletics

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A group of eight newcomers the 100th season of hockey at Hobey Baker Rink will be their first as Princeton men’s ice hockey players as head coach Ron Fogarty has welcomed eight skaters to the Tigers as members of the Class of 2026.

Five forward and three defensemen are part of the incoming class, with six hailing from the United States and two from Canada. Three of the U.S.-born players are from Massachusetts, while one each hails from Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. The two Canadians call Saskatchewan and British Columbia home.

In terms of their hockey careers before Princeton, four players most recently played in the BCHL, while others come to the Tigers after seasons in the USHL, AJHL, SJHL and US High School systems.

“We are looking forward to these young men beginning their Princeton careers,” said head coach Ron Fogarty. “There is an outstanding balance of skill and grit in this group, but most important was how they all have fit right in with the culture and mindset we are building within our program. Each one of these young men — alongside our returning players — have committed to doing whatever is asked of them to help the team win. We are thrilled to have this group on campus and excited to get to work.”

Kevin Anderson | #20
Forward | Left Shot
5’11 | 175 pounds
Regina, Sask./Notre Dame (SJHL)
 
Before Princeton: Captained Notre Dame … Was a finalist for SJHL’s MVP and Top Player awards in 2021-22 … Named SJHL First-Team All-Star in 2021-22 … Selected to SJHL All-Rookie Team in 2021-22 … Tallied 79 points (30G, 49A) in 58 games with Notre Dame during the 2021-22 season … Had 43 points (13G, 30A) in 43 games with Notre Dame’s U18 team in 2019-20 … Represented Team Saskatchewan at the 2019 Canada Winter Games where he had three points in six games … Honor Roll student all four years in high school.
 
Personal: Son of Deanne and Barry Anderson … Has an older sister, Kyra, and an older brother, Ethan.
 
Jaxson Ezman | #27
Forward | Left Shot
6’1 | 185 pounds
Middleton, Wisc./Dubuque (USHL)
 
Before Princeton: Spent 2021-22 with the Dubuque Saints (USHL) … Appeared in 10 games for Dubuque … Spent 2020-21 season with the Janesville Jets (NAHL) … Had 15 points (8G, 7A) in 33 games for the Jets en route to Midwest Division title … Played 29 games with the Madison Capitals (USHL) during 2019-20 season and 15 games with the Capitals during the 2018-19 season … Graduated from Middleton High School in 2021 … National Honor Society member … NAHL Academic Player of the Year in 2020-21.
 
Personal: Son of Darlene and Brian Ezman … Has two brothers, Rylan and Wyatt, and a sister, Emmalyn.
 
Brendan Gorman | #10
Forward | Right Shot
6’0 | 175 pounds
Westwood, Mass./St. Sebastian’s (USHS)
 
Before Princeton: Played high school hockey at St. Sebastian’s … Captained St. Seb’s last season … Tallied a team-high 49 points (11G, 38A) in 25 games last year for the Arrows … Had 26 points (10G, 16A) during the 2019-20 season … 2021-22 Independent Schools League MVP … 2021-22 First-Team All-ISL … 2021-22 All-NEPSAC selection … 2021-22 Boston Globe All-Scholastic … 2019-20 Honorable Mention All-ISL … Selected to USA Hockey National Camps three times … National Honor Society student.
 
Personal: Son of Jennifer and Sean Gorman … Father graduated from Princeton in 1991 and was drafted by the Boston Bruins … Older brother, Liam, is a member of the Princeton men’s ice hockey team … Has a younger brother, Colin.
 
David Jacobs | #24
Forward | Right Shot
5’10 | 180 pounds
Needham, Mass./Cowichan Valley (BCHL)
 
Before Princeton: Spent 2021-22 with Cowichan Valley (BCHL) … Registered team-high 52 points (17G, 35A) in 54 games with Cowichan Valley … Served as assistant captain … Named 2021-22 BCHL All-Star … Graduated from Noble & Greenough in 2021 … Captained both the hockey and lacrosse team at Nobles … Had 45 points (15G, 30A) in 27 games with Nobles during the 2019-20 season.
 
Personal: Son of Kate and Greg Jacobs … Has older sister, Leah, and older brothers, Danny and Seth, as well as a younger sister, Ava … Was a high school teammate of Jack Cronin.
 
Nick Marciano | #25

Defense | Left Shot
6’1 | 205 pounds
Greenwich, Conn./Prince George (BCHL)
 
Before Princeton: Spent last season in the BCHL, first with the Cowichan Capitals before finishing the season with Prince George … Had 27 points (2G, 25A) in 52 total games in the BCHL last season … Had three points in 10 playoff games with Prince George … Graduated from the Kent School in 2021 … Captained Kent School senior season … Was named Team MVP in 2019-20 … Claimed 2019 Large School championship … Won 2019 Avon Classic title … Had 23 points (3G, 20A) in 26 games with Kent School in 2019-20.
 
Personal: Son of Megan and Lance Marciano … Father played at Yale from 1987-91 before playing one season in the ECHL … Has three sisters, Isabella, Christina, and Tess.
 
Tyler Rubin | #8
Defense | Left Shot
5’10 | 175 pounds
Natick, Mass./West Kelowna (BCHL)
 
Before Princeton: Spent the 2021-22 season with West Kelowna (BCHL) … Tallied 34 points (8G, 26A) in 50 games for West Kelowna … Named Team MVP … Selected to BCHL All-Rookie Team … Graduated from Belmont Hill in 2021 … Captained Belmont Hill … Named Team MVP … Selected to 2019-20 All-ISL team … Led defensemen in scoring in 2019-20 with 23 points (6G, 17A) in 30 games … Attended 2019 USA Hockey Development Camp … Played for the Boston Junior Eagles … Competed at 2018 and 2021 USA Hockey National Tournament with the Junior Eagles … Graduated Belmont Hill with Cumma Sum Laude distinction.
 
Personal: Son of Anne and Brad Rubin … Mother swam at Northeastern … Father played soccer at Boston University … Older brother, Cam, plays lacrosse at Penn … Has another older brother, Kyle.
 
Jayden Sison | #11
Forward | Right Shot
5’9 | 185 pounds
Paoli, Pa./Coquitlam (BCHL)
 
Before Princeton: Spent the 2021-22 season with Coquitlam (BCHL) … Posted 35 points (14G, 21A) in 50 games with Coquitlam … Had four points (2G, 2A) in seven playoff games … Graduated from Mount St. Charles in 2021 … Captained The Mount … Won New England District title … Had 40 points (15G, 25A) in 33 games with Mount St. Charles U18s in 2020-21 … Tallied team-high 62 points (33G, 29A) with the U16s in 2019-20 … AP Scholar … National Honor Society member.
 
Personal: Son of Renata and Ed Sison … Aunt, Chris, played women’s lacrosse at Boston University.
 
Brendan Wang | #28
Defense | Left Shot
5’11 | 180 pounds
Burnaby, B.C./Fort McMurray (AJHL)
 
Before Princeton:
Spent 2020-21 and 2021-22 seasons with Fort McMurray (AJHL) … Had 37 points (7G, 30A) in 55 games during the 2021-22 season … Added another six points (5G, 1A) in 10 playoff games … Named to AJHL All-Rookie Team in 2020-21 … Selected as Fort McMurray’s Top Defenseman in 2021-22 … Received Fort McMurray’s Masterton Award as Most Dedicated Player in 2021-22 … Twice named to the AJHL All-Academic Team … Received AJHL Merit Scholarship … Graduated from Burnaby Central Secondary … Was twice a CSSHL Top Defenseman nominee at Burnaby Central … 2019 CSSHL U18 Scholastic Player of the Year … Three-time CSSHL All-Academic Team selection … Also played baseball at Burnaby Central … Was part of 2017 British Columbia Provincial and 2018 Western Canada championship teams in baseball … Principal’s List for Academic Excellence all four years in high school … Burnaby Central’s nominee for Schulich Leadership Scholarship … BC Achievement Scholarship recipient … Started the Burnaby Central Secondary Sport Equipment Drive … Accomplished pianist who has played at Carnegie Hall.
 
Personal: Son of Debbie and Mark Wang … Has an older sister, Jacquelyn.
 

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