35 Andrew Masters
Miami hosts Maine in Oxford for the first time in program history.
Miami and Providence meet for the sixth straight year when the season begins on Friday.
Photos by Ricardo Trevino
Dressed nearly every game as a third goaltender, but did not see game action.
Spent the 2015-16 season with the Georgetown Raiders, going 28-9-3 with a league-leading .934 save percentage along with a 2.00 goals against average … named OJHL Goaltender of the Year and was also a Second-Team All-Star … also landed on the CJHL Central All-Star, which recognizes all three Central Canadian Junior A leagues … also posted a .928 save percentage with a 2.41 goals against average in the playoffs … spent most of the prior two seasons with the St. Mary’s Lincolns of the GOJHL, where he notched a .902 save percentage in 45 games … recorded a league-best 1.71 goals against average and .942 save percentage in 14 games with the MWJCHL’s Paris Mounties during the 2013-14 season … played his midget hockey with the Kitchener Jr. Rangers … played slo-pitch and was Resurrection Catholic Secondary School’s MVP as a junior in 2012 … played golf from 2010-12, winning a district title in 2010.
Born May 25, 1995 … son of Kathy Doherty-Masters and Fred Masters … looking to major in either finance, business economics and economics … enjoys golf, reading, traveling and working out … grandfather, Pat Doherty, served as a long time hockey executive and won the Gordon Jucke Award in 1997 … became a goalie at age 10 after playing the position in a game in an emergency capacity in Lake Placid.