|High School:||Noble & Greenough|
|Previous Team:||Noble & Greenough|
Two-time selection to the ECAC Hockey Honor Roll in 2010-11.
As a Freshman in 2011: One of six Bears to play in all 31 games, Hourihan posted 11 points (2g, 9a) as a rookie, including 2-7-9 totals in ECAC Hockey contests … Was on the right wing on either the second or third line with classmate Garnet Hathaway on the left for 22 games … Earned his first career point with an assist in 3-3 tie with Quinnipiac ... Tallied an assist for the second straight game on the goal that gave Brown a 2-0 lead against Princeton ... Posted an assist at Colgate, his 3rd point in as many games, giving Brown a 4-1 lead in 5-2 win ... Earned an assist on the goal that gave Brown a 4-3 lead, in 4-4 tie with #2 Boston University ... Earned his 5th assist of the season in 4-3 loss to #13 Union ... Posted an assist in 6-1 win over #10 Boston University ... Tallied his 1st career power play point with an assist in 4-3 win at Harvard ... Scored his first career goal, giving Brown a 3-0 lead early in the 2nd period, in 5-1 win at St. Lawrence; Also had an assist for a career-high two points ... Earned an assist at Princeton ... Posted a point for the third straight game with the game-tying goal in 2-2 tie at Quinnipiac ... Was sixth on the team with 21 blocked shots … One of 23 Bears named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic Squad.
Before Brown: Hourihan played hockey for five years at Noble & Greenough and was a member of the baseball team for three years … Ranked 142 on the 2009 Central Scouting draft list, Hourihan scored 14 goals for Noble & Greenough in 2010 and had 20 points during the 2009 season … Helped to lead Nobles to the Flood Marr Championship in 2008, earning Flood Marr All-Tournament honors … Noble & Greenough claimed two ISL Championships (2005 & 2010) during Hourihan’s career … Named Honorable Mention All-League in 2008 and First Team All-League in both 2009 and 2010 … Captained the hockey team in both 2009 and 2010 and the baseball team in 2010 … Recipient of the Davis Cup for all-around sportsmanship and the John Elliot Cook Baseball Award for devotion to team and love of the game.
Personal: Mark Michael Hourihan is the son of Mark and Anne Hourihan of Lynnfield, Massachusetts … Born in 1991 … Mark has two sisters, Kate and Sara … Father played football at Holy Cross and sister, Sara, played soccer at the University of New Hampshire … Dorm Perfect and Middle School Mentor at Noble & Greenough in 2009-10 … Interests: Golf, Tennis, Fishing … Concentration: Undeclared.
Hourihan's Career Highs
Goals: 1, 2x, last at Quinnipiac (2/19/11)
Assists: 1, 9x, last at Princeton (2/18/11)
Points: 2, at St. Lawrence (2/12/11)
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