CAREER HONORS 2014-15 Hockey East All-Academic Team AS A JUNIOR IN 2015-16:Game-by-Game Statistics Played in 30 games, totaling one goal and three assists ... Contributed 46 blocked shots to finish second on the team ... Recorded in two assists in Hockey East play ... Registered four blocked shots at Boston University (3/5) ... Scored fourth career goal vs. #3 Quinnipiac (11/27) ... Blocked three shots and picked up an assist in a 5-2 win over UConn (11/7) ... Registered an assist against New Hampshire (10/23) ... Had seven blocks in a 4-3 victory at Colorado College (10/10) ... Picked up first point of the season with an assist in a 6-3 win at Colorado College (10/9) and blocked four shots.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2014-15:Game-by-Game Statistics Appeared in 35 of 36 games and totaled nine points on two goals and seven assists ... Six points, two goals four assists came in Hockey East play ... Blocked four shots in UMass' 5OT Hockey East Tournament win at Notre Dame (3/6) ... Dished seventh helper of the season vs. #16/15 UMass Lowell (2/13) ... Logged an assist at New Hampshire (1/17) ... Scored second goal of the season and was +2 with four blocks in a 6-4 win over New Hampshire (1/16) ... Was +1 and blocked four shots in a 3-2 win over Maine (1/9) ... Logged fifth assist of the season at #13/12 Vermont (11/25) ... Scored first goal of the season vs. #12 Boston College (11/21) ... Posted first career multi-point game win a pair of assists in a 7-1 win over American International (11/7) ... Logged an assist at Maine (10/31) ... Picked up first point of the season with an assist on a power play goal in a 3-2 win at Northeastern (10/24).
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2013-14:Game-by-Game Statistics Saw action in 25 games, playing both as a forward and as a defenseman, recording one goal and one assist ... Scored first collegiate goal for the game-winner in a 3-0 victory at #11 Northeastern (2/7) and earned the game's third star ... Dressed as a forward for the first time against American International (1/14), skating on the fourth line with Emerson Auvenshine and Zack LaRue ... Registered three blocks against UConn (12/30) at the UConn Hockey Classic ... Blocked a team-high five shots vs. New Hampshire (11/9) ... Recorded first collegiate point with an assist against Maine (11/1) ... Made collegiate debut at #1 UMass Lowell (10/12), paired with Oleg Yevenko.
BEFORE UMASS: Spent two seasons (2011-13) with the Vernon Vipers of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL) under head coach Jason Williamson ... Served as team captain for the Vipers in 2012-13 ... Appeared in 112 career contests with the Vipers and totaled 28 points on six goals and 22 assists ... Attended the 2012 New England Pro-Am Hockey annual Pre-Draft Showcase ... Was named the All-Tournament Best Defenseman after helping East Coast Militia to a 5-0 record before falling in the championship game with a goal and three assists over six games at the showcase ... Four-year letterwinner (2008-11) at Catholic Memorial in West Roxbury, Mass., under coach William Hanson ... Helped the Knights to three Catholic Conference titles (2008-10) and a 2009 state championship ... Was named first team all-state and Best Defenseman in Massachusetts by ESPN Boston in 2011 ... Selected to the Boston Globe Super Team and the Boston Herald Dream Team in 2011 ... Was a three-time Catholic Conference All-Star (2009-11) ... Played for Team South in the 2011 MSHCA High School All-Star Classic ... Also played varsity golf (2006-10) and varsity lacrosse (2010-11) at Catholic Memorial ... Was a Catholic Conference All-Star in both sports (golf, 2008-10; lacrosse 2010-11) ... Served as golf captain (2009-10) and lacrosse captain (2010-11).
PERSONAL: Born Marc Stuart Hetnik, Jr. on Apr. 15, 1992 in Boston, Mass. ... Son of Marc and Kathy Hetnik ... Has two siblings: Brittany and Taylor ... Father, Marc, played hockey at Boston University (1975-79) and won a national championship with the Terriers in 1977-78 ... Majoring in management.