7 Scott Horvath
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2000-2001:
Played in 31 games... Finished the season with 10 points on six goals and four assists... Third on the team in power play goals with three... Scored his first collegiate goal in the season-opener at Wisconsin (10/6)... Had a goal and an assist in the victory over Merrimack (10/27)... Netted a goal in overtime win against UMass Lowell (11/3)... Recorded a goal against Providence (1/7)... Scored a goal in the 2-1 victory over Merrimack (1/20)... Netted a goal against Boston College (2/24)... Had an assist against Vermont (11/21)... Recorded an assist against Maine (2/9).
BEFORE THE UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS:
Played for John Gardner at Avon Old Farms... Totaled 38 goals and 39 assists for 77 points in three years at Avon Old Farms, including scoring 20 goals and 21 assists in 1999-2000... Helped team to capture the 2000 New England Prep School championship... Team captain as a senior... Named New England Prep School All-Star as a senior... Played on Hockey Night in Boston All-Star teams as a sophomore, junior and senior... Selected as the 2000 HNIB co-MVP of the All Scholastic tournament...Named HNIB Offensive MVP of Connecticut prep schools as a senior... Played lacrosse for former UMass lacrosse coach Ted Garber as a senior at Avon Old Farms.
THE SCOTT HORVATH PERSONAL FILE:
Scott Michael Horvath... Born February 14, 1982 in Bridgeport, Conn.... Son of James and Susan Horvath... Drafted in the sixth round (184th overall) by the Colorado Avalanche at the 2001 NHL Entry Draft... Played with current Minutemen Mike and Tim Warner at Avon Old Farms... Enrolled in the College of Food and Natural Resources.