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Nate Sucese
Nate  Sucese

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Fairport, N.Y.

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 175

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
07/12/1996

Last team:
Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL)

Major:
Division of Undergraduate Studies


12/09/2017

#18 MHKY Completes Sweep of RMU, 7-4

Sophomore Peyton Jones secured the 33rd victory of his career making him the all-time program leader for goaltender wins

12/08/2017

#18 MHKY Defeats Robert Morris, 5-2

Peyton Jones secures his 32nd career victory to tie the Penn State all-time record

11/24/2017

Four Goal 1st Helps MHKY Cruise Past MSU, 7-2

Sophomore Liam Folkes and Sam Sternschein each collected a pair of goals to pace the offense in a victory over Michigan State

11/18/2017

Five Goal 3rd Lifts MHKY Past ASU, 7-0

Sophomore Chris Funkey earns his second career shutout with a 15-save performance

11/03/2017

#17 MHKY Falls to Mercyhurst, 7-4

Junior Andrew Sturtz tied Casey Bailey's program record for goals with the 45th of his career in the first period

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2017-18
... recorded an assist at Clarkson (Oct. 6) ... registered his first goal of the season in a 4-1 victory over St. Lawrence (Oct. 7) ... scored a goal against AIC (Oct. 20) ... tallied one assist in game one and score a goal in game two of a weekend split against Michigan (Oct. 27-28) ... recorded an assist in a 7-4 loss against Mercyhurst (Nov. 3) ... registered three points with a goal and two assists during a 7-0 shutout at Arizona State (Nov. 17) ... tallied an assist in a 7-2 victory against Michigan State (Nov. 24) ... had an assist during a 5-5 tie with No. 11 Ohio State (Dec. 1) 

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2016-17
Skated in 38 games scoring 17 goals while adding 19 assists for 36 points, good for fourth on the team ... scored his first collegiate goal during a 6-3 setback to No. 16 St. Lawrence (Oct. 7) ... tallied a pair of goals in a 7-0 victory at Mercyhurst (Oct. 14) ... registered a goal during a 3-2 overtime victory at No. 3 Notre Dame (Oct. 22) ... registered an assist during a 4-1 victory over Canisius (Oct. 28) ... tallied an assist in the 5-1 win over Niagara (Nov. 4) ... recorded an assist in game one and two goals and an assist in game two during a weekend sweep of Alaska Anchorage (Nov. 11-12) ... named Big Ten Third Star of the Week (Nov. 15) ... registered one goal in game one and one goal and two assists in game two of the weekend sweep over Arizona State (Nov. 18-19) ... tallied a pair of assists during a 3-3 overtime draw against No. 11 Ohio State (Jan. 20) ... gathered two assists in game one and recorded a pair of goals and an assist in game 2 of a sweep over No. 17 Wisconsin (Feb. 10-11) ... named Big Ten Second Star of the Week (Feb. 14) ... had a goal in game one and tallied an assist in game two of a pair of losses against No. 5 Minnesota (Feb. 17-18) ... had one assist in game one and a pair of goals in the finale of a weekend sweep at Michigan State (Feb. 24-25) ... scored a goal in game one and added two assists in a game two victory during a weekend split vs. Wisconsin (Mar. 3-4) ... registered an assist in a loss at Michigan (Mar. 10) ... had a goal and an assist during a 4-1 victory against Michigan in the Big Ten Tournament (Mar. 16) ... had a career-high four points on two goals and two assists during a 10-3 victory over Union in the NCAA Tournament (Mar. 25) ... his four points in the third period against Union is a Penn State single period record for an individual player.

BEFORE PENN STATE

Played the last two seasons for the Dubuque Fighting Saints of the United States Hockey League registering 38 goals and adding 48 assists for 86 points in 111 games played … led his team to a third place finish in the USHL Eastern Conference in 2015-16 scoring 26 goals and adding 33 helpers for 59 points, good for seventh in the league … named to the All-USHL Second-Team in 2015-16.

 

PERSONAL

Born July 12, 1996 in Buffalo, N.Y. to Sally and John Sucese … has one older brother, Jonathan … Intends to major in Business.

SUCESE ON PENN STATE

“I chose Penn State because the minute I stepped on campus and into the Pegula Ice Arena I knew I wanted to call this place home for the next 4 years.”

@PennStateMHKY

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