SCHENECTADY — The safe bet, junior forward Brett Supinski said, is to just call the kid “Foozie.”That way, you don’t embarrass yourself by getting his first name wrong. Another safe bet is that this kid is going to be a very good hockey player at Union College, and when he does, it will have nothing to do with what his brother did before him. Parker Foo was introduced to the local media when Union performed its annual photo shoot for the game program at Messa Rink Sept. 7.
SCHENECTADY — Mechelle Smith said she was “very introverted, extremely shy” in high school, “the typical target for a bully.”She saw a friend, John Mitchell, who also was picked on, practicing some taekwondo moves in the gym one day, and she expressed some doubt that he knew what he was doing. So he invited her to the class he taught, and she was blown away. Related articles: A challenge made Maurycy a pro; Hall of Fame selection humbles Della Villa; The '67 Mont Pleasant team still stands out.
SCHENECTADY — There were echoes to Union College’s 2016-17 season at Messa Rink on Thursday. A player with the name “Foo” stitched to the back of his sweater posed for the annual team photo. And a member of the media inadvertantly wore a golf shirt with a Penn State logo on it. The Dutchmen, of course, finished the season by flaming out badly against the Nittany Lions 10-3 in the NCAA quarterfinals in Cincinnati on March 25.
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