|Title:||Class of 1994|
Michael Correa, your accomplishments and dedication to ice
hockey are well documented and you were a key player on teams that
recorded some of the most memorable seasons in Worcester State
You were a four-year veteran and finished your career as the College's fourth all time leading scorer with 77 goals and 71 assists for 148 points and you also hold the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) record for the fastest hat trick when you scored three goals in just 48 seconds against Bridgewater State during the 1971-72 season. You had back to back 49 point seasons as a sophomore and a junior as you scored 26 goals and had 23 assists in each of those seasons. You were also a member of the team that fired a record 101 shots which resulted in 48 points on 17 goals and 31 assists against the North Adams State goalie during the 1971-72 season.
You were a member of Lancers teams that had a 55-24-2 record, a .688 winning percentage over four years and you also played on the team in 1971-72 that had a 21-3 record, the best ever in Lancer hockey history. You hold the school record of seven assists in one game against Fitchburg State.
You were named to the Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities during your undergraduate days at Worcester State.
You carried your playing skills over into the coaching ranks and have served as a hockey and volleyball coach at Hudson High School and Nichols College in hockey as well as being the baseball coach at the JFK School in Hudson.
You are an avid sailor and won the 1986 Provincetown Yacht Club race. You have also been a director of the West End Racing Club Sailing School in Provincetown for five years.
You are currently a teacher at the JFK School in Hudson. Michael Correa, it is with great pride that we induct you into the Worcester State College Athletic Hall of Fame.