Now stronger and more confident, Schilling is ready to contribute in a big way for a team expecting to compete for an Atlantic Hockey Conference title, as well as the school’s third NCAA tournament berth in four years. 

“I’d like to think there is an upside in his game, because he is a late physical bloomer,” Serratore said. “We’ve got two goalies that are ahead of the pack right now, and he’s one of those guys. There is no question that he is a contender for our starting spot, and really, we need him to be a contender.”