The top recruit in the nation in 2017, the 6-foot-1, 235-pound Nanticoke made his college debut in April 2018, scoring five goals in a 15-3 rout against perennial power Syracuse on the Orange’s home field inside the not-so-friendly confines of the Carrier Dome.
It was just the second victory for Albany in 17 games against Syracuse, the most successful program in Division I with 11 national titles. Marr called the victory “huge” for his program, and it was. The Great Danes were ranked No. 1 for six weeks and made their first and only final four that May.
A Native American from the Six Nations Reservation in Ontario, Canada, Nanticoke closes his Albany career with 109 goals and 61 assists for 170 points.
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