The Brown men's hockey team held its annual season-ending banquet and five different individuals were honored with team awards. Senior captain Jack Maclellan (Calgary, ALB) earned the Class of 1936 Trophy as the team MVP, while classmate and assistant captain Bobby Farnham (North Andover, MA) earned the Charles A. Lanigan Memorial Trophy. Senior Jarred Smith (Pepper Pike, OH) won the Charles A. Robinson Memorial Trophy for academic excellence, while junior Richie Crowley (Canton, MA) was the recipient of the Patrick S. Jones Memorial Trophy. Freshman Ryan Jacobson (Greenwood Village, CO) earned the James H. Fullerton Award.
The Class of 1936 Trophy (Most Valuable Player) is presented annually to that member of the varsity hockey team who, through sportsmanship, performance and influence, contributed most to the sport at Brown. 2012 Award Recipient: Jack Maclellan '12 (Calgary, ALB).
The Charles A. Lanigan Memorial Trophy (Brown Hockey Association Award) honors the late Brown hockey trainer and is given to the senior hockey player who shows the most improvement during his varsity career. 2012 Award Recipient: Bobby Farnham '12 (North Andover, MA).
The Patrick S. Jones Memorial Trophy (Coaches' Award) is awarded in honor of former Brown hockey player and is given to that member of the team who generates the most spark and enthusiasm in building team spirit. 2012 Award Recipient: Richie Crowley '13 (Canton, MA).
The Charles A. Robinson Memorial Trophy, awarded for academic excellence, honors the late Brown classics professor and is given annually to the hockey letterman attaining the highest academic average for the first seven semesters. 2012 Award Recipient: Jarred Smith '12 (Pepper Pike, OH).
The James H. Fullerton Memorial Trophy, established in 1998 and named in memory of the legendary Coach Fullerton who led the Bears from 1955-70, this award recognizes the first-year player who, in the eyes of his teammates, contributed most to the success of the team. 2012 Award Recipient: Ryan Jacobson (Greenwood Village, CO).