19 James Marcou
VIDEO: James Marcou On Being Named An All-American
As a Junior in 2009-10: Game-by-Game Statistics
Following the season, signed with the San Jose Sharks of the NHL ... Was named to the New England Hockey Writers All-Star Team ... Also named to the Hockey East All-Star Second Team ... Led UMass in scoring for the third straight season after posting 11 goals and a school single-season record 40 assists in 36 games ... His 51 points were the fourth most in program history for a season, while his 96 career assists is a new UMass record ... Finished the season tied for fourth nationally in points per game and first in assists per game ... In Hockey East, ranked second in points, second in assists and first in power play points (4-22-26) ... In 111 career games, scored 34 goals and added 96 assists ... For much of the year, led the nation in points and assists and was a front-runner for the Hobey Baker Award ... also a nominee for the Walter Brown Award for the third consecutive year ... Was an assistant captain on the team ... One of the most creative forwards in the nation who plays a pivotal role on UMass first power play unit ... Had an assist against Maine (3/6) and a plus-1 rating ... Recorded two assists, won his only face-off and had a plus-1 rating at Maine (3/5) ... Scored the lone goal against Boston College (2/5) ... Notched an assist and had one shot to finish with a plus-1 rating against Providence (1/30) ... Recorded an assist on Irwin's game-winner while adding one shot on net to finish with an even rating at UMass Lowell (1/16) ... Scored a goal and added an assist and six shots on goal against UMass Lowell (1/15) ... Recorded a goal and an assist while taking six shots and finishing with an even rating against Northeastern (1/10) ... Took one shot on net against New Hampshire (1/9) ... Recorded an assist on Casey Wellman's game-winning goal and took one shot on net against Merrimack (12/12) ... Recorded an assist, had three shots on net, and finished with a plus-1 rating at Lowell (12/5) ... Scored a goal and had three shots on net against BC (12/4) ... Registered his seventh multi-point night of the season with two points on two assists, had one shot on net, and finished with an even rating against Quinnipiac (11/28) ... Recorded a UMass Division I record with five assists in one game, had three shots on net, and finished with a plus-2 rating against Vermont (11/24) ... Scored the overtime goal, added an assist for his fifth multi point night of the season, had three shots, and finished with an even rating against Yale (11/19) ... Recorded an assist, had four shots on net, and finished with a plus-2 rating in a weekend split against UNH (11/13, 11/14) ... Registered his fourth multi-point game of the season with two points on one goal and one assist, finished with a plus-2 rating, and recorded three shots on net against Niagara (11/8) ... Recorded three shots on net against Niagara (11/6) ... Had one assist, and recorded a season-high six shots on net against Providence (10/31) ... Recorded his third multi-point game of the season with two points on one goal and one assist, had five shots on net, and finished with an even rating against Providence (10/30) ... Recorded his 15th multi-point game of his career and second of the season on one goal and three assists against Maine (10/13) where he also registered four shots on net and finished with a plus-1 rating ... Recorded four shots on goal and finished with an even rating against BU (10/16) ... tied his career high with four assists against RPI (10/8) where he played on the top line with Casey Wellman and T.J Syner.
As a Sophomore in 2008-09: Game-by-Game Statistics
Became UMass' sixth All-American in program history earning AHCA Second-Team Honors... Named to the New England Hockey Writers All-Star Team (first UMass sophomore since Jon Quick to earn the honor)...Named to the Hockey East All-Star First-Team...Named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team...Semifinalist for the 57th Annual Walter Brown Award...Nominee for the Hobey Baker Award... Named UMass Hockey's Co-MVP with teammate Justin Braun ... Finished the regular-season tied with Boston University's Colin Wilson for the lead in Hockey East points with 35 - the first-ever UMass player to lead the league in points...Was a two-time INCH National Player of the Week Runner-Up (11/4, 2/23)...A three-time Hockey East Player of the Month Runner-Up (Oct., Nov., Feb.)...A two-time Hockey East Player of the Week selection (11/3, 2/23)...A seven-time 3-Star of the Game selection...His 32 assists and 47 points set the UMass Sophomore Class records previously held by Greg Mauldin...Played in all 39 games leading the team in points (47), goals (15), and assists (32)...registered 17 penalties for 34 minutes...finished the season with a +2 rating...netted six power play goals and one game-winning goal during the season... recorded 13 multi-point games ...tallied two goals and added three assists against Providence (10/31)... tallied four assists against Northeastern (1/30).
As a Freshman in 2007-08: Game-by-Game Statistics
Played in 36 games...led the team in scoring with 32 points on eight goals and 24 assists... named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team ... named the UMass Hockey Rookie of the Year...named to the Hockey East All-Rookie Team...registered 10 penalties for 20 minutes and took 71 shots on goal...tallied five assists in a weekend sweep of Merrimack (3/7; 3/8)...recorded two assists against #15 Northeastern (2/16)...scored a goal and added two assists against Maine (2/2)...recorded his first career hat-trick against Vermont (1/25)...tallied three assists against #4 Colorado College in the Championship of the Lightning College Hockey Classic (12/30)...scored the game-winning goal and added an assist against #6 Notre Dame in the semifinals of the Lightning College Hockey Classic...tallied two assists against #7 New Hampshire (12/8)...recorded a goal and four assists over a three game span (11/3-11/10)...scored his first collegiate goal against UMass-Lowell (10/19).
Before UMass: Played two seasons with the Waterloo Black Hawks (2005-07) for the USHL ... Tallied 42 goals and 61 assists over the two season in Iowa for the Black Hawks ... Led team to Anderson Cup Championship (2007) and to final four for the Clark Cup ... Named the Front Office Player of the Year (2007) and to the USHL All-Star Team (2007) ... Ranked fourth in the league in scoring ... Member of the silver medalist USA U-17 National Team which competed in Germany (2004) and the USA U-18 Team which competed in Slovika (2005) ... Member of the USA NTDP Team which won gold in 2005 and the USA Viking Cup Team which took bronze in 2006.
Personal: James Marcou ... Born on February 19, 1988 in Huntington, N.Y. ... Son of Jim and Diane Marcou ... Has two siblings, Nicole and Michael ... His sister Nicole played lacrosse at Monmouth and his cousin Jason Grilli is a relief pitcher for the Detroit Tigers ... Intends to major in financial management.