Colby Records (all records below through 2018 season)

Most points in career: 225 Matt Williams '99
Most points in season: 73 Eric Russman '91
Most goals in season: 43 John Jennings '13 (2010)
Most assists in season: 53 Eric Russman '91
Most goals in career: 129 Brent McLean '95
Most assists in career: 125 Matt Williams '99
Most saves in career: 809 Brian Frank '98
Most saves in season: 241 Brian Frank '98

Team Records

Season With Most Wins Tie between 1990, 1991 and 1998 with 12 Wins
Season With Fewest Losses 1985, 1990, 1991, 1994 -- all tied with three losses
Longest Winning Streak 1990 and 1997 tie with 7 Games
Season With Most Goals Scored 1998 with 223 goals (12-4)
Season With Fewest Goals Allowed 1985 (8-3) with 54 goals
Class With the Winningest Four Year Record Class of 1991 44-16 -- Winning Percentage of .733
Highest Ranked Team Colby Beat Endicott ranked #5 -- (12-7 on 3/26/09)
Best Start to the Season 6-0 in 1991
Games With Most Goals 27 goals, in 2016 at Maine Maritime

Team Highlights

1st Winning Season 1975 (6-4)
NESCAC League Champions 1988, 1999
Playoff Results
1988 Quarterfinals
  vs. Amherst (12-6 loss)
1989 Quarterfinals
  vs Bowdoin (13-6 loss)
1990 Quarterfinals # 4 seed (Highest Ever)
  vs Connecticut (17-6 win)
  Semifinals
  vs Williams (17-14 loss)
1991 Quarterfinals
  vs Bowdoin (11-10 win)
  * 1st Tournament Road Win
  Semifinals
  vs Middlebury (12-6 loss)
1994 Quarterfinals
  vs Connecticut Coll. (17-8 loss)
1996 Quarterfinals
  vs Bowdoin (12-5 loss)
1997 Quarterfinals
  vs Bowdoin (9-5 loss)
1998 Semifinals #2 seed (Highest Ever)
  vs Connecticut College (15-14 loss)
1999 Semifinals #2 seed
  vs Bowdoin (7-4 won)
  Finals (1st Time Ever)
  vs Williams (14-13 loss, OT)
2002 Quarterfinals
  vs Williams (12-6 won)
  Semifinals
  vs Bowdoin (10-7 won)
  Finals
  vs Middlebury (14-8 loss)
2009 Quarterfinals
  at Tufts (12-8 loss)
2010 Quarterfinals
  at Bowdoin (12-11 loss, OT)
2011 Quarterfinals
  at Middlebury (10-9 loss, 2 OT)
2012 Quarterfinals
  at Connecticut College (11-6 loss)
2014 Quarterfinals
  at Tufts (24-9, loss)
2015 Quarterfinals
  at Amherst (12-9 loss)
YEARS WITH 10 or MORE WINS
1985 - 11, 1988 - 10, 1989 - 10, 1990 - 12, 1991 - 12, 1994 - 11, 1998 - 12, 1999 - 11, 2002 - 11, 2010 - 10.