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Valiant effort: Waugh earns POW nod at Manhattanville
Saturday, January 24, 2015 - Submitted by BCHL Media/Manhattanville College

Just in his sophomore season at Manhattanville College, Powell River Kings alum Teagan Waugh already wears an alternate captain's 'A' so he's quickly established himself as one of the program's top players.

He further cemented that status with a recent ECAC Hockey West player of the week award. The Nanaimo, BC product led the Valiants to an unbeaten weekend and paced the team with four goals on just five shots. Manhattanville tied Morrisville State 4-4 with Waugh notching the goal to esure the single point.

He followed that with his first career NCAA hat trick as the Valiants defeated Wentworth Institute of Technology 4-1.

Waugh now leads Manhattanville with seven goals this season, a total that also ties him for third in the conference. Combined with his three assists, Waugh's 10 points are tied for second on the team.

The 22-year-old scored 39 goals and 61 assists for an even 100 points over 164 career games, all but five with Powell River.

 
 
Kyle Turris

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