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Men's Hockey Reveals Class of 2020

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 06/27/2016
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PRINCETON, N.J. (6/27/16) - Princeton head men's hockey coach Ron Fogarty and his coaching staff announce the recruiting class of six student-athletes that will join the team as the Class of 2020.

"Brad Dexter, Stavros Paskaris and I are eager to bring in this class and build upon our upward momentum. It was evident in the strength of last year's recruiting class that we are on the right track with bringing in the right young men, as players and people to this program. We will see what this class can bring to the program early on with the Ivy Jamboree and our trip to Michigan State. I know they will be able to grasp the current systems and add to our overall skill.”

Jackson Cressey, 5-11/180, Forward, West Vancouver, B.C/Coquitlam Express (BCHL)
Cressey has been with the Coquitlam Express (British Columbia Hockey League – BCHL) since 2012-13. He has skated in 198 games and scored 57 goals and 72 assists for 129 points. The Express were the 2014 BCHL Champions and were semifinalists in the Western Canada Cup. Cressey was twice named the team’s Most Improved Player and twice earned the team’s Community Involvement Award. In his final season he also captured the team’s MVP, Top Forward, 3 Star Award and Most Popular Player awards.

Previously, Cressey played 46 games for the Vancouver Northwest Giants (BC Hockey Major Midget League – BCMML) in 2012-13 and was in the 2011-12 U17 Cup as a member of the BCMML Flyers 1 team.

Cressey graduated from Collingwood Secondary School in 2014. He played soccer as a sophomore and was named a 2012 second-team all-star.



Joey Fallon, 5-7/175, Forward, West Islip, N.Y./Lone Star (NAHL)

Fallon spent the 2015-16 season with the Lone Star Brahmas (North American Hockey League - NAHL) where he played in 51 games and collected 22 points (7-15-22). A member of the Gloucester Rangers (Central Canada Hockey League - CCHL) in 2014-15, Fallon led his team in scoring with 58 points in 61 regular season games (34-24-58) and added six points in six playoffs games.

A 2014 graduate of The Gunnery Prep, Fallon played two years for the Highlanders. He collected 61 points (23-38) in 59 games. He captained the team as a senior when he scored 12 goals and added 21 assists in 28 games. At the conclusion of the season he was named the team MVP and the Student-Athlete of the Year. Fallon also lettered in soccer.

Jordan Fogarty, 5-8/175, Forward, Sarnia, Ont./Sarnia (GOJHL)

Fogarty has spent the last three seasons with the Sarnia Legionnaires (Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League - OJHL) and was the assistant captain in 2015-16. He was named the team’s Rookie of the Year in 2013-14 and was the Most Dedicated Player the following season. In three years he played in 147 games and had 49 goals, 65 assists for 114 points. Prior to joining the Legionnaires, Fogarty played the 2012-13 season with the Toledo Cherokee (North American Tier III Hockey League - NA3HL).

Fogarty graduated from Madison High School in 2014 where he lettered in baseball and golf. He was captain of the golf team as a senior and was named all-league in 2012 and 2014 and was the 2014 Lenawee Golfer of the Year after leading his team to the 2014 Lenawee County Golf Championship.

Jeremy Germain, 6-0/185, Forward, Hamden, Conn./Chilliwack (BCHL)

A 2015 graduate of Choate Rosemary Hall, Germain played three years for the Wild Boars. After playing in 80 games and scoring 33 goals and 58 assists he continued the 2014-15 year with the Connecticut Wolf Pack U18 (East Coast Elite League U18). In 30 games he scored eight times and had 11 assists. This past season, Germain was a member of the Chilliwack Chiefs (British Columbia Hockey League – BCHL). He scored 12 goals and added 36 assists for 48 points in 76 games. Ten of those points came during his 20 playoff appearances. Chilliwack was the 2015-16 Mainland Division Champion.

Germain was an assistant captain of Choate’s baseball team as a senior and was named the 2013 Lawrenceville Tournament MVP after the team won the Lawrenceville Tournament in both 2013 and 2014.

Germain’s grandfather, Jim Armstrong, spent 14 years as the head coach at Quinnipiac winning 140 career games after playing collegiately at Clarkson. His uncle, Chad Cabana was a 1993 Florida Panthers NHL draft pick and played nine years professionally.


Liam Grande, 5-10/185, Forward, Whitby, Ont./Cobourg (OJHL)

Grande has played the last three seasons with the Cobourg Cougars (Ontario Junior Hockey League – OJHL). He tallied 128 points (67-61) in 144 career games and was named the team’s playoff MVP in 2013-14 when he collected seven goals and two assists during 12 games. Prior to joining Cobourg in 2013, he spent two years with the Whitby Wildcats of the Eastern AAA Hockey League (ETAHL).

A 2014 graduate of Donald A. Wilson School, Grande played one year of soccer for the Gators.