2009: Henneghan was superb on the face-off for Penn State last year, leading the team with a .588 win percentage (claiming 50 of 88 attempts). Fast and physical off the start, Henneghan had four assists last season and ended the campaign with five points (adding in a goal). He collected 22 ground balls as well.
2008: Henneghan got his first career points with nine goals and two assists for a total of 11 points in 2008. He was second on the team with a .586 face-off percentage, winning 34 of 58 attempts, which was third in the ECAC (a .586 percentage).
2007: Missed 2007 with an ACL injury.
2006: Henneghan played in six games in 2006, earning a letter as a freshman. He had one ground ball and won five of 12 face-offs for a .417 percentage.
Born Dec. 11, 1986...Two-time all-state selection at Brother Rice High School in Bloomfield Hills...2005 high school All-American...helped guide Brother Rice to three straight state championships (2003, 2004 and 2005)...son of Mike and Molly Henneghan...one brother, Danny (a freshman on this year's team), and two sisters, Erin and Katy..supply chain major at Penn State.
"Charley will be a key ingredient this spring. As a fifth year player, he has the experience to help again in the face off game, but we expect him to be healthy enough to blend into the offense more this spring. Henneghan's face off style coordinates well with Joe Britt to give the Nittany Lions a great 1-2 punch. Charley has worked hard on conditioning, but must remain healthy to allow us to use his fine shooting skills. He as played EMO in the past, and may help their this spring also." - Coach Thiel