Fusco, Scott - Harvard University - Forward - (1982-83, 1985-86)

Fusco, Scott - Harvard University - Forward - (1982-83, 1985-86)

Two-Time All-America First Team (1985-86) ... Two-Time Player of Year (1985-86) – One of Only Two Players (Bob Brinkworth, RPI) to Repeat as Player of Year ... 1986 Hobey Baker Award Winner -- Joined Brother, Mark, as Only Siblings to Claim Honor ... 1980-89 ECAC Hockey All-Decade ... Three-Time All-Conference First Team (1983, 85-86) ... 1983 NCAA All-Tournament ... Captain of Harvard’s 1986 Team ... Member of 1983 League Champions ... One of Most Prolific Scorers in College History, Ranking as Harvard’s All-Time Leading Scorer with 240 Points (107 Goals, 133 Assists) in 123 Games ... Tops Crimson Assists List (133) ... Holds Second-Highest Season Points Total in Crimson History with 81 (34 Goals, 47 Assists) in 32 Games During1984-85 Season .... Two-Time ECAC Hockey Points Leader (1985 and 1986) ... Led Crimson in Goals and Scoring Three Times ... 1986 ECAC Hockey Points Leader [All Games] (68 Points in 31 Games) ... Helped Harvard to Three NCAA Tournaments and Two National Championship Games in 1983 and 1986 ... Two-Time Recipient (1985-86) of Harvard’s John Tudor Memorial Cup Award -- Presented to Team’s Most Valuable Player ... 1986 Recipient of Harvard’s William J. Bingham Award -- Honoring Harvard’s Top Male Athlete in Any Sport ... 1982 Recipient of Harvard’s George Percy Award -- Presented to Member of Freshman Class for Enthusiasm, Sportsmanship, Team Spirit and Loyalty ... Two-Time U.S. Olympian -- Teamed with Brother, Mark, at 1984 Winter Games, and Also Starred at 1988 Winter Games ... Member of 1982 U.S. National Junior Team and 1987 U.S. Select Team .. Inducted into U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame in 2002