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Navy Star Krysil Breaks All-Time Hockey Points Record

Posted on: October 22, 2013 09:00 EDT by Naval Academy Public Affairs

With his two goals and two assists in Navy’s 8-0 victory over Towson University Oct. 19, Naval Academy senior Thomas Krysil broke the all-time Navy points record held by J.D. Walker.

The all-time Navy points record of 230 was set in 2004 by J.D. Walker, who played from 2000-2004. Bobby Collar, who played at Davenport University from 2006 to 2011, currently holds the all-time American Collegiate Hockey Association points record of 345. 

“It is a tremendous honor to have reached this milestone. I really cannot stress enough how I would not have made            it this far without the help of my teammates. They share a huge part in this record,” said Krysil. “I’m thrilled that my mom was here with me on this special night. Without her, I would not be where I am today.”

Krysil recorded 21 goals and 19 assists in his freshman campaign, 54 goals and 31 assists in his sophomore campaign, and 47 goals and 41 assists in his junior campaign.

This season, he currently has nine goals and 12 assists. The past two seasons, he led the entire American Collegiate Hockey Association in points and goals.

“We are unbelievable proud of Tom, said head coach Mike Fox. “The team will continue to look for Tommy to be the leader on ice. I have no doubt he will continue to puck in the net as well as feed his fellow teammates so that Navy Hockey can achieve the goals that we set out to complete.”

Navy looks to continue its winning ways when it travels to Pennsylvania next weekend for league contests against Penn State University – Berks and Lehigh University.

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