21 - Ted Walsh
Ted Walsh
Height: 5-9
Weight: 185
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Quincy, Mass.
High School: Quincy
Position: F
Major: Mass Communication

One of 15 players all-time to score a shorthanded goal for the Ravens.

As a Junior in 2012-13: Played in 20 games for the Ravens...Fall/Spring Northeast-10 Conference Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll selection...Tallied 4-5-9 while recording 30 shots on goal...Picked up eight penalties for 35 minutes and scored one shorthanded goal...Scored a shorthanded goal in the season-opener at Johnson & Wales on 11/3...Scored a goal and added an assist against Fitchburg State on 11/29...Chipped in an assist at Stonehill on 12/1...Named to the Northeast-10 Weekly Honor Roll for the week ending on 12/2...Dished out a pair of assists at Salve Regina on 12/8...Received a five-minute major and a game misconduct for hitting from behind in the first period against Framingham State on 1/5...Contributed a goal and an assist at Suffolk on 1/8...Netted a goal against Southern New Hampshire on 2/12.
2012-13 Statistics 

As a Sophomore in 2011-12: Played in 16 games for the Ravens...Fall/Spring Northeast-10 Conference Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll selection...Tallied one goal and two assists for three points...Picked up two penalties for four minutes...Made his collegiate debut against Johnson & Wales (R.I.) on 11/5...Dished out two assists for his first career points against Saint Anselm on 1/4...Scored his first career goal at Southern New Hampshire on 1/14.
2011-12 Statistics 

Walsh Before Franklin Pierce: Four-year letterwinner and three-time All-League selection at Quincy (Mass.) High School...Topped 100 career points...All-Scholastic selection as a senior...Team captain as a junior and a senior...Also played three years of baseball and football for Quincy...All-League selection in baseball as a senior...Team captain of both football and baseball as a senior...Played two years of junior hockey for the Bay State Breakers.

Personal: Son of Lisa and Ted Walsh...Has an older brother, Tom, and a younger sister, Christina...Father Ted played hockey at Plymouth State...A mass communication major.

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