Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Grant Ledyard - - -
High School David Gerspach
Position
Primary Position Goaltender
Athlete
PMIN MIN GS GP
Career - - - -
Season - 760 - -
goalie
SV % SV SHO GAA GA
Career - - - - -
Season 0.938 392 - 1.73 26
team
Wins Ties Losses
Career - - -
Season 22 - 9
Physical Attributes
Shoots Bench Press (max)
L 225
Ice Hockey Honors

2008 Bowman Cup Senior Team Selection
2008 Named to OPJHL Future All Star Team
2007-08 Buffalo Jr Sabres (JR A) OPJHL
2007 invited to attend Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL) training camp
2007 Empire State Games Participant/Gold Medal Winner
2007 USA National 17 Select Festival
2007 Bowman Cup Junior Team Selection
2006-2007 All New York State 1st Team Small School (Junior)
2006-2007 All Western New York Varsity Hockey Federation 1st Team League All Star (Junior)
2006-2007 Midget Major New York State Championship Winner
2006-2007 Played in Midget Major Nationals in Frasier, Michigan
2007 Selected to play in Bowman Cup Junior Division
-2005-2006 All Western New York Varsity Hockey Federation 1st Team League All Star(as a sophomore)
-2005-2006 All New York State 2nd team Large School (sophomore)
-2004-2005 Western New York Varsity Hockey Federation 2nd Team all white division (as a freshman splitting games w/ senior goaltender)
-Was invited to and attended 2005 USA Hockey 15-Under Select Camp
-Played in 2003 and 2006 USA Hockey Nationals (2003-Wheatfield Blades PeeWee Major, 2006-Buffalo Saints Midget Minor)

Ice Hockey Additional

As of 12/10/09 10-8-1 GAA 3.00 SV% .902 2009 -10 Stats Buffalo Junior Sabres OJHL 3-1 GAA 2.00 SV% .924
2009 Attending First Contact Camp at RIT June 25-28 2008-09 Final Stats (Information above in goalie stats is from high school): GP 40 SV% .905 GAA 3.07 SH 1,045 SV 941 REC 22-9-3 *Most wins recorded in goal for Jr Sabres since 2003
2007-2008 Final Stats: GP 33 SV% .876 GAA 4.00 SH 886 SV 772 REC 12-14-1-1 *Most wins recorded in goal for Jr Sabres since 2003.
-Scored a goal on an empty net in a tournament game vs. Webster Schroeder High School (11/24/2006) (junior year)
-Played in a 4 overtime game in 2005 NYSAHA play downs vs. Rochester Americans Midget Minor, L 3-2, 68 saves.(Buffalo Saints Midget Minor)
-Own every goaltending record at Sweet Home High School
-Through 1/7/2007 For WNYVHF league play stats (junior year):
6-0-0 : 270 minutes, 149 shots , 141 saves, 8 G.a., 1.33 G.a.a, .942 Sv. %
(10-2-0 overall record) finished 2006-07 season 14-4-3 (11-1-2 in Fed League, led Fed League in wins, saves and minutes) GAA 1.98, Sv%.931
-Been featured in several local news and sports papers (had article done on me in WNY Sports and Leisure)
Was #2 selection in Super Seven Athletes for WKBW TV Sports in Jan 2006 (sophomore)
-Get personal goalie coaching from current college assistant coach over the summer

Academics


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SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
SWEET HOME SHS
School City
AMHERST
School State
NY
Guidance Counselor
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Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
395
School Size
1500
TOEFL Score
Class Rank
162
School Division
D2
Major Category
Communications
Major
Broadcast Journalism
Major Category
Education
Major
Teacher Education, Multiple Levels
Other Academic Information
I received 2 Presidential Academic Excellence Awards (5th and 8th Grade 2008 Buffalo Sabres Scholarship winner 2008 Sweet Home High School Graduate Sweet Home Scholar Regents with Advanced Designation with Honors Diploma
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Personal


First Name
Derek
Last Name
Mohney
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Athlete's Mother
Athlete's Father
Gender
M
Height
5'11"
Weight
180
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