|Hometown:||Feeding Hills, Mass.|
|High School:||Springfield Junior Blues (NAHL)|
Enters the season ranked second on the Holy Cross Division I all-time list with 1,377 career saves.
2009-10: Played in one game as he made 32 saves versus No. 11 Yale (11/28) … named to the Atlantic Hockey All-Academic team.
2008-09: Played 24 games with 23 starts ... his 574 saves ranked seventh on the Holy Cross Division I all-time single-season list ... also had an .883 save percentage, while he posted a 3.31 goals against average and allowed 76 goals ... posted a season-best 39 saves versus Air Force (11/15) ... recorded his first collegiate shutout with 17 saves as the Crusaders defeated AIC (11/22), 3-0 ... named to the Atlantic Hockey All-Academic team.
2007-08: Played 26 games with 25 starts ... had a 2.90 goals against average and a .911 save percentage as he made a career-best 771 saves and allowed 75 goals ... posted an 8-14-4 record ... set a Holy Cross freshman record for most saves in a single-season and ranked second on the school's Division I all-time single-season saves list ... sixth all-time in the history of the program in minutes played (1549:39) in a single-season, while he was tied for sixth in save percentage and games played ... named the team's MVP ... earned AHA Goalie of the Week honors (12/31) ... named the AHA Rookie of the Month for February, while he received AHA Rookie of the Week accolades twice (10/29 & 2/11) ... named Crusader of the Week (12/3) ... recorded his first collegiate assist in the 4-2 win over Sacred Heart (1/26) ... made a career-best 44 saves in the 4-1 victory at Mercyhurst (10/26) ... recorded 36 saves in the 4-2 win over Bentley (1/12) ... named to the AHA All-Academic team.
Before Holy Cross: Played two seasons for the Springfield Junior Blues of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) for head coach Nick Pollos ... played in 82 career games in goal with a 3.30 goals against average and a .905 save percentage ... three-year member of the varsity hockey team at Tabor Academy in Marion, Mass., for head coach Gerry Dineen.
Personal: Son of Edward and Diane Roy ... has one sister, Jessica ... his sister played field hockey at WPI ... majoring in English.
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