Seahawks coach and bantam level director, Barbara DelGallo, was inducted into the Niagara University Athletics Hall of Fame along with her 2001-2002 teammates.
From the university's website: "The 2001-02 women's ice hockey team advanced to the semifinals of the Frozen Four and tied Minnesota, 2-2, in the third-place game. The Purple Eagles went 26-8-2 overall and 19-2-0 in conference play and were the ECAC regular season champions. Niagara had an impressive home record, going 15-2 overall and 11-0 in conference in games played at Dwyer Arena. On the season, Niagara averaged 3.82 goals per game and allowed just 1.41 goals per game."
Coach DelGallo has given selflessly to the Seahawks program through her coaching and volunteering on the board. She has had a positive impact on so many of our players over the years and we are proud to have her as part of the Seahawks Nation. From one of our Seahawks parents: "Not only is she an amazing person and coach, but truly and inspiration to all the players and especially all the young girls involved in the sport! She puts so much time and effort into being there and supporting our kids playing hockey, I feel lucky that my son has been able to be coached by her since day one."
Please join us in congratulating Barbara on this amazing accomplishment! We are proud to have you be such an integral part of the Seahawks Nation!
Norwell native and former South Shore Seahawks goaltender, Drew Commesso, was selected by the Chicago Blackhawks in the second round, 46th overall, in the 2020 NHL entry draft. He currently plays for the Blackhawks AHL affiliate, the Rockford IceHogs.
Congratulations to Drew from all of Seahawks Nation!