Follow Fredonia State Blue Devil Hockey by Email

Friday, September 30, 2016

I think we can do something special......

Hey Everyone!
The weeks are starting to just blend together with how fast everything is going. The season takes off on Monday and the boys are ready to hit the ice in full stride. We have a very motivated group of guys this year and if we keep getting after it like we have been, I think we can do something special.
I am currently watching my roommate Michael Freeman play some good Rush tunes on his drum kit with his newly added snare. Never a dull moment around here. I am looking forward to watching some football this weekend and hopefully the Broncos can keep the undefeated streak going. The Bills fans around here were pretty stoked with the big win last week, I wouldn't mind seeing them take the Pats down this weekend. 
That's all for me, Enjoy your week and we'll chat again soon!
Jimmy Morgan #22

Thursday, September 29, 2016

I can tell our team has formed really nicely.....

Riv here back on the blog again...
As many of you know our season is coming up very quickly and we'll be going to battle against Utica in Steele Hall on October 28th before we know it. We as a team have been working extremely hard on and off the ice. We are getting better everyday and most of the time we are having fun doing it. Just by watching the guys work on the ice I can tell our team has formed really nicely and there is so much more room to improve so I can only imagine what we'll look like come game day. With fall break only two weeks away as well, the studies have been increasing more and more. So after work outs and skates its off to the library. Not only have the classrooms been busy but as most of you have heard, the process of the Stroke Awareness game that's occurring on November 11th in Steele Hall vs our big time rival SUNY Potsdam has also put some hours into my schedule. With a lot of help from the guys and Coach Meredith it is coming together really nicely as well. So far this year has been full of good times, laughs, and a lot of memories and its only been a month into school. We have a great group of guys on the squad this year and I'm looking forward to battling with them on the ice and enjoying life with them off. 
Until next time bloggers. 

Luke Rivera #23

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Fredonia Hockey Golf Tournament

Hey Everyone!
Junior Nick Harper here checking in for my second blog post of the year! Things are starting to heat up here at Fredonia such as schoolwork, workouts, and our skates. Our  skates have been filled with intensity and guys are getting prepared for the upcoming season. I'm looking forward to some nice fall weather coming in and not having to change three shirts a day.

This past week has been such a hard week in the sports world. Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez sadly passed away in a boating accident a few days ago. Fernandez was only 24 years old, and was at the start of a potentially hall of fame career. I was able to watch the Marlins first game after he passed against the Mets Monday and saw the emotional pre-game ceremonies. During the game, every Marlins player and coach wore number 16 for Fernandez, with his name on the back to honor him. Being a Mets fan, when the Marlins lead off batter Dee Gordon hit a home run to start off the game, I was not disappointed. As Dee was running around the bases, you could see the tears in his eyes and stated crying as soon as he crossed home plate. Watching that game made me realize to just stop a minute, and enjoy everything I have and take nothing for granted because in a blink of an eye, it can all be taken away from you. Golf legend Arnold Palmer also passed away this past weekend. Looking back at his numbers and rounds, some of the scores he put up were truly amazing. He will for sure be missed in the golf community.

This weekend coming up we have our annual Fredonia Hockey golf tournament. It's a good way for the boys to have some fun, take a break from school, and go out and hit the links for a few hours. With a rough two past performances by me and my team, I think my new team of Jamie Young, Max Blitz, and Kyle Jelinski will be all wearing green jackets by Saturday afternoon. I'm excited to see the kind of talent we have coming out on the course this year, and I'm also excited to see that hysterical motion sophomore goalie Eric Bogart calls a golf swing.

That's all from me today, have a good rest of the week!

-Harps #30

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Classes are going great......

Hello blog world!

Frankie Hart here with his second blog post already! I'm glad time is flying by because that means hockey season will be here in no time. Everyone is dedicated and working hard to take care of things so we are more than ready to hit the ice in our home opener to take 2 points from Utica! 

Advanced conditioning is coming to an end this Wednesday and it has been a very unique and fun experience for me compared to the past years of just getting a good workout in. I have learned a lot creating, organizing and running the workouts. The boys on the team have been a great help, couldn't of asked for a more organized and dedicated bunch, and of course coach for giving me an opportunity to grow in this aspect. 

Classes are going great, a few papers due this week and I am currently working on an English paper due at the end of the week with my fellow classmate Ryan Dunn. The presidential debate is on in the background (TV only has 3 channels). Being Canadian I'm glad I don't have to pay much attention to what's going on there! 

Well back to my paper, have a great week everyone! 

Frankie Hart #8

Monday, September 26, 2016

I cannot believe how fast this semester is flying by......

Hello everybody, I hope everyone had a great weekend, and what better way to start off a week with the Bills winning the first of the season on Sunday. Even though I am from Canada I live so close to Buffalo I grew up a Bills fan, and how could I not, it’s the closest team to me.

With that being said I cannot believe how fast this semester is flying by. We literally have 3 weeks till coach steps on the ice with us and prepare for our first game against Utica. I am very excited to get the season going, as it is my last year, and want to make it a memorable one. Everyone is getting excited as the weeks and days tick down until the first day of practice starts. Its even starting to feel like hockey season, as summer is over, some of the leaves on the trees are changing colors, and fall is here. Also for my American friends who may not know but the Canadian Thanksgiving is coming up in about 2 weeks, as we always have ours early in October rather than here when it is in November, so I am looking forward to going back home for all the fixings.

Last but not least, I hope everyone is watching the world cup of hockey, as we see Canada in the final, and team Europe in which no one ever thought they would make it to the final, as they were underdogs the entire tournament. They obviously have a lot of skill, but it just goes to show that hard work pays off. Hopefully Canada approaches this game like every other and beats them in the gold medal game.

Anyways I hope everyone has a great start to the week, and remember everyone at work this week  “if you kill the joe, you better make some more” Terry Tate Office Linebacker. One of my favorite sayings from a video clip for a little humor to start off Monday.

Mackenzie McAvoy.

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Bills Mafia is alive and well....

Hey there hockey fans, 
Jamie Young here for Sunday's edition of the Fredonia hockey blog. 
It's been a great first 5 weeks of school. The boys have settled in, classes are getting into the nitty-gritty of things, and all the fellas are working their tails off everyday getting ready for Utica. The Pioneers have no idea what they have in store for them on opening night!
Last Thursday I had the chance to get to my second ever Buffalo Bills game which was a great time. Even though it was not my 216 Dawg Pound, it was awesome to see a Thursday night game in a packed stadium. Bills Mafia is alive and well even though it feels like they will be battled by the Browns for that number one pick in the spring...
Well, time to get amped up for a day of football and studying, enjoy the weather while it's still sort of warm because we all know when the cold comes it's here to stay!! 
Let's Eat,
-Younger #3

Saturday, September 24, 2016

Juggling classes, homework, workouts, and practice is a bit of a challenge in the beginning of the year.....

Hey again, we have now been back at school for a while and I feel like I'm starting to get the routines down again. Juggling classes, homework, workouts, and practice is a bit of a challenge in the beginning of the year.
Its been nice welcoming in the freshmen and getting to know them better this past month. Everybody is really excited that it is getting closer to the season. In a couple of weeks coach will get on the ice and in about a month we open the season at home. Can't wait for that first game, putting that jersey on a again and battle with my best friends.
Til next time....Oskar

Friday, September 23, 2016

Stroke Awareness game coming on November 11...

Hello all,
Senior forward Marcus Ortiz here for this newest installment of the Fredonia Hockey Blogspot! Today is a beautiful and humid Friday here in Fredonia, the boys have been working hard with our team training and we are all looking forward to today's inter-squad game. It will be a relatively quiet weekend here for the guys as many are just going to catch up on sleep and work and some going home or elsewhere.
On another note, teammate Luke Rivera with the help of myself and a few others have proudly established a special event to raise Stroke Awareness. It will be Friday November 11 against Potsdam at the Steele Hall Ice Arena here on campus. Much like Pink in the Rink, we will have special uniforms that day and will make every attempt at raising money for the cause! I encourage you all to support Luke who holds this cause very near and dear to his heart, and come out on that night and wear read and cheer us on to a big win for an even bigger cause. I am very excited for the season and this special event and hope we can gather up more outstanding support!
Till next time!!
Marcus Ortiz
#28 Fredonia Hockey

Thursday, September 22, 2016


Howdy folks,
Hunter long checking in for another blog. I am currently on my way back home to Tennessee to see my family and to catch a Tennessee Volunteers football game as they play the Florida Gators this Saturday. I stayed up here in New York this summer and worked and had a great summer but I haven't seen my old man since last February and I am excited to see him as well as my family and friends. College Game Day will be in Knoxville this Saturday, if anyone has any good sign ideas let me know and I'll hold it up behind Kirk Herbstreit. My pop played shortstop at the University of Tennessee and was captain his junior and senior year. My leadership skills often come from him as he has given me advice when I've asked for it or needed more wise words as I try and lead a group of 30 men, so thanks pop for supporting me and being someone I can always talk too. My sister graduated from Tennessee as well so you can say I broke the family chain, But I was born to play hockey and couldn't be happier with the years I've spent at Fredonia and the memories and friendships i can take with me for years to come.
Hunts #26

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

World Cup of Hockey

This time of year most hockey players around the world are tuned into the World Cup of hockey. The tournament takes place in Toronto showcasing the 8 best teams in the world as they battle it out for world supremacy. The one new element added compared to years past is the inclusion of team North America. This team being players only 23 and under, is just downright fun to watch. These kids are our age and on the verge of qualifying to the semis with a record of 2-1 in round robin play. Names like Eichel and Mcdavid stand out but the depth of talent and speed has been unmatched. Nathan Mackinnon who is only 21 has particularly stood out to me with his incredible hands, making goalies look silly. It's safe to say that team North America is the most exciting team in the tournament and I think the World Cup has put together something amazing with this team included in the mix 

#21 Bobby Polachek 

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

The Old Devil Lives On!

The Old Devil Lives On! 

Mike Freeman here coming in hot with another blog.

Recently we were fortunate enough to have brand new carpeting put in our locker room featuring the most recent Fredonia Blue Devils logo, and boy did it come out beautifully. Nothing like crisp, fresh, new carpet to revamp our space. With the installation of the new carpet came the removal of the old carpet, including the vintage Blue Devil that has been the centerpiece of the room for many many years. Upon seeing the old logo uprooted from its home of so many years, I immediately began to wonder what was going to be done with it....

Once the end of the week arrived, it came to my attention that the logo, which at this point was now loose and in its individual pieces, was to be discarded if it was not removed from the room within the day. My roommates, Kyle Jelinski, Jimmy Morgan, Chris Paulin, and I knew then that we were going to take the logo and give it a new home.

This past Saturday, Kyle, Jim and I (with tons of help from Todd Schauss, and Max Blitz who had the important job of providing the tunes) decided to piece the puzzle that was the Old Devil carpet together and secure it to our basement wall, where it can live forever in Blue Devil history.

Needless to say, all the boys love the placement of the Devil. It’s pretty awesome how something as small as spending an hour or two gluing a logo to a wall can give the boys such a strong sense of Blue Devil pride. I look forward to having the Old Devil grace our wall for the remainder of my career and throughout future careers here at Fredonia.

Monday, September 19, 2016

I can't wait to see what this year has in store for us....

Hey Blue devil fans! Its Ben Casale here checking in for my first blog of the new year. At this point
in the semester practice and classes are starting to heat up. Practice and off ice workouts have
been going well, very organized and high tempo. All the boys are getting along great and I can't
wait to see what this year has in store for us. We are all excited for when the coaches can step
onto the ice and we can get this train moving! As for now I have to get back to Sunday night
football and some homework, til next time Blue Devil fans!
#19 Ben Casale

Sunday, September 18, 2016

Anton Rosén here, freshman goaltender from Sweden checking in....

Hello everyone,
Anton Rosén here, freshman goaltender from Sweden checking in for my first ever Fredonia Hockey blog post. The first couple of weeks have been difficult being away from home, but walking in to the locker room and having more then 30 guys treat you like family makes everything feel like home. It was a long process to go through before I could come here but I am so happy that I will spend my 4 years in college at Fredonia.
I thought living in the dorms wasn’t going to be that great, but I´m glad I was wrong, having a blast with my roommate Gavin Nickerson and the rest of the boys in IGOE 206.
A big thanks to all the upperclassmen’s, for taking such good care of us and being leaders for this team. A big thanks to our captain Hunter Long and also Frankie Hart for taking great care of me during the summer while I was here in Fredonia early.
I am super excited about the upcoming season and putting on the Blue Devils shirt, cant wait for the season to start and have a great year with this team. So far so good, starting to feel more like myself out on the ice and feel confidante about the challenges we have in front of us.

Saturday, September 17, 2016

I have a 12-3 record against Deefer in NHL......

Hello everyone!

My name is Austin Bianchi and I'm a freshman forward, checking in for my first blog here at Fredonia. First I would like to start off by saying we are led by a couple of great captains in Hunter Long and Jamie Young. They have done a great job so far keeping everyone focused and organized as we prepare for a battle of a season. All of the upperclassmen were very welcoming and its safe to say, we have a great group of guys this year. So far school has been a lot of work and my days have been filled completely with things to do, which is probably why time it seems like times flying. We are already a month into classes this semester and it feels like I was moving into my dorm room the other day. A little fun fact over here at the dorms is that I have a 12-3 record against Deefer in NHL. He won't be too happy when he reads this.
Till next time, Austin Bianchi.

Friday, September 16, 2016

Blitzy on the blog....

Hey Blue Devil fans,

Freshman, defenseman, Max Blitz, signing on the hockey blog for the first time ever. 

It’s been a great first couple weeks here at school. I finally got into a good routine which, I think, is the hardest part of being back in school full time after two years. The upperclassmen have been nothing but welcoming and very helpful to all of us rookies. All the freshman hockey players are living in Igoe dorm..... shout out to suite 208!  We have a pretty good time over there. Everyone looks out for each other whether it's someone forgets their brain at home in the morning on the way to class or I can’t find my Fred card. It’s never a dull moment over there. This past Saturday we had Senior Citizen Work Day; Eric Bogart, Luke Rivera, and I went to Grandma Marge’s house to help rake some leaves for a new drive way she is putting in. It’s always nice to give back to community. Hockey has been going great, the boys are really flyin’ out there on the ice and we are working hard in Advanced Conditioning on Mondays and Wednesdays.   
42 days until the home opener against Utica on October 28th at 7pm in Steele Hall, hope to see you there. 

See you later everyone,

Max Blitz (sorry don’t have my number yet:( )

Thursday, September 15, 2016

I feel very blessed to be in Blue and White and can’t wait for the season to start!

I am a Red-Shirt Senior, goaltender entering my first season with Fredonia State University.  I have spent the last four seasons with the Niagara University Purple Eagles.  Playing for Niagara was filled with a few ups and downs but my time there was very memorable and Niagara will always hold a special place in my heart.  I was blessed to have played with a ton of great guys that I foresee being lifelong friends.  Growing up in Lockport, N.Y., I used to go to many Niagara hockey games as a little kid, which made wearing the Niagara sweater very special.  I will always remember being a part of the 2012-2013 Niagara team that was the first Atlantic Hockey team to earn an At-Large bid to the NCAA tournament.

I left Niagara with many great friends and memories but I couldn’t be more excited to be a part of the Blue Devil family.  The guys here are unbelievable and more welcoming to me than I could have ever hoped for.  Our team is taking positive strides each week as we prepare for our opening game against Utica.  I feel very blessed to be in Blue and White and can’t wait for the season to start!

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

World Cup of Hockey.....

Hey everyone, 
Kyle Jelinski here sophomore from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The first couple weeks of school have flown by. It's really good to see all the boys again and get back into the swing of things after a long summer of work. Another cool thing going on right now is the World Cup of Hockey. It's exciting to see competitive hockey this early in the year and I've been having a blast just watching the preliminary games. There is no shortage of Canada/USA rivalry on this team so the actual tournament should be interesting. Go Canada Go! 
Till next time, Kyle Jelinski

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

School is going great......

Big news of the day is that there are no classes today! Today is Professional Development Day for the faculty and staff on campus.  It's been a beautiful day today and the weather finally seems like it's starting to cool down. Today I have mainly been catching up/getting ahead on my school work. We are getting closer and closer to the season officially starting and I don't think I can be more excited. I'm just itching to play that first game against Utica. School is going great and I have settled into my routine. Also huge first win for the Broncos, beating the Panthers in the Super Bowl repeat!! Go Broncos and until next time! 

Ross #17

Monday, September 12, 2016

"we got to eat some delicious homemade pizzelles"

Hello everyone!
Freshman defenseman, Brandon Spognardi, here for my very first blog post! It has been an awesome first couple weeks at Fredonia. All the boys were really welcoming when I got here, and immediately made me feel right at home. Life in the dorms has also been great. I got to know a lot of guys I used to play against and it’s neat learning their story, and where they came from.
The other day was our Senior Work Day and it was very enjoyable helping out. I was paired with Mac and Mainello and we helped by doing yard work. We also got to talk and eat some delicious homemade pizzelles. After, we even got to pick some fresh produce from the garden! It was a really great experience to help such a sweet woman.
Hello everyone!
Freshman defenseman, Brandon Spognardi, here for my very first blog post! It has been an awesome first couple weeks at Fredonia. All the boys were really welcoming when I got here, and immediately made me feel right at home. Life in the dorms has also been great. I got to know a lot of guys I used to play against and it’s neat learning their story, and where they came from.
The other day was our senior work day and it was very enjoyable helping out. I was paired with Mac and Mainello and we helped by doing yard work. We also got to talk and eat some delicious homemade pizzelles. After, we even got to pick some fresh produce from the garden! It was a really great experience to help such a sweet woman.
It’s going to be an exciting and fun year. Counting down the days until Utica. I am signing off for now, hope everyone has a great day!
It’s going to be an exciting and fun year. Counting down the days until Utica. I am signing off for now, hope everyone has a great day!

Sunday, September 11, 2016

I'm really glad I made my decision to come here......

Hey everyone, freshman, Gavin Nickerson here for my first ever Fredonia Hockey blog post. Its been an amazing first few weeks here at Fredonia.  The first couple days of school were a struggle, but I'm glad to finally get back to the books. The hockey has been great as well, it's a great feeling heading to the rink everyday with the boys knowing you are a part of a family. I'm really glad I made my decision to come here, all the guys have welcomed me in with open arms and made the transition from junior hockey to being a student-athlete very easy. I'm super glad I ended up with my roommate Anton Rosen, he's all the way from Sweden, so it's good to have a connection with someone thats' a long way from home! Being from the great state of Oregon, coming out here was a big leap of faith, I'm just about 2,500 miles away from my family. So, on this September 11th, lets remember how important our loved ones are to us and realize how much they've done for us in our lives.
Looking forward to the rest of the year with this awesome group of guys, and can't wait to take on Utica in the season opener in October!
Until next time,

Saturday, September 10, 2016

Today is our Senior Citizen Work Day

Hello everyone Rich DeMarco back on the blog for the first time this year. 

I hope everyone had a good summer; it’s hard to believe it’s already over. I spent my couple months outside landscaping in one of the hottest summers I can remember. Learned a lot and had some fun building Unilock patios but definitely couldn’t wait to get back to Fredonia and get the new hockey season underway. On the other hand, I did not miss all the work that comes with taking three Physics classes in one semester. Today is our Senior Citizen Work Day and look forward to helping out in the community. That’s it for my time on the blog; hope everyone has a good weekend.

Friday, September 9, 2016

Everyone is already on the grind.....

The Suny:

How's everyone doing today? I hope Fredonia is treating you all great your first weeks back. I know it is for me! The boys are all together and are on the ice buzzing around! Everyone is already on the grind and have a one track mind on a good outcome for this years season. As for school you gotta start off on the right foot as well and hit 'em hard. Can't wait for the first game against Utica and hope to see you all there! Have a great day Fredtown. Until next time. #11 Samuel Wilbur

Thursday, September 8, 2016

My summer internship....

Hey Blue Devil Fans!!!

Number 10, Sophomore Dan Mainello checking in for my first blog of the season. Really happy to be back here in Fredonia! I had a jammed packed summer that seemed to go by in a blink of an eye. I was fortunate enough to get an accounting internship with the Tri-City ValleyCats, a minor league baseball team from my home town in Troy, NY. The internship was awesome and I learned so much which has given me a get head start with my Intermediate Accounting class that I am taking this fall semester.

Things have picked up right where they left off from last semester, and I’m not just talking about classes and work load. The boys are all back buzzing and ready to start this season off right! We already have had a couple skates these past 2 weeks and the boys are flying. The new players are strong and ready to get to work. You can tell that we all have the same mind set, Hard Work! which is key! I know personally that I can’t wait till Utica comes to town and we get to show them what Fredonia State Hockey is really made of!!

Till Next Time,

#10 Daniel Mainello

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

My summer job.........

Hey hockey fans!

Back at it with number 7, Todd Schauss!
I hope all our followers had an excellent summer and are getting ready for some hockey cause I know us Blue Devils are!!!

This summer was a hectic summer balancing work and getting prepared for the upcoming season. I wanted to take a moment today to talk a little about my summer job. For the past couple summers I have been a part of a crew that installs premier party rental equipment. Anything from a 10x10 to a 60x150 tent; weddings to graduation parties, Tents Unlimited is making shade for you! It is certainly not the easiest job but has its perks for sure. I get to enjoy some of the most beautiful scenery's in Connecticut! Here a few pictures that don't do the justice but is definitely a sneak peak at my summer! 


Hope you all enjoy! 
Till next time!
Todd Schauss #7

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

I had a great summer with family and friends but I'm more than happy to be back in Fredonia...

Hey everyone Shawn Geary back on the blog here !
The boys are starting to get back into the swing of things both on and off the ice. I had a great summer with family and friends but I'm more than happy to be back in Fredonia with my hockey family. It's a new year and there are many new faces in the locker room. We couldn't ask for a better group of incoming freshman who have seemed to jump on board immediately with what our team expects for the upcoming season. We had our first skate last Friday that was competitive with great tempo and Longs team took the W (we dominated). We have already had a lot of seniors from last year come down and visit all the guys it was great to see them and they will be missed. I wish them all the luck in their future endeavors and hope to see them again soon. Thanks everyone talk to you soon!

Monday, September 5, 2016

I am very happy and know I made the right choice.....

Hey Everyone!

Freshman Forward Ryan Dunn here writing my first ever blog post! These last few weeks have been crazy adjusting to being back in school. The older guys have been nothing but awesome helping all of us freshman get back to the swing of being in school, as well as helping us feel comfortable in the locker room. I can honestly say that I am very happy and know I made the right choice deciding to be a Blue Devil. Can’t wait to see what Steele Hall is like on a game day! Thats all for now. take care everyone!

-R. Dunn

Sunday, September 4, 2016

"it's nice to have established a routine day in and day out"

Hello Fredonia, sophomore, defenseman Jon Carlson here back with my first blog of the year. After a long summer of training and working it's great to be back with my teammates. With school a few weeks in now it's nice to have established a routine day in and day out. The men's hockey team has been skating 3 times a week for the last 2 weeks while also partaking in our Advanced Conditioning class the other 2 days of the week. With the season approaching right around the corner, it is obvious that all the guys can't wait for that first game here versus Utica. Thanks for reading and I hope everyone had a great summer and is ready for Blue Devil hockey! 
Jonny Carlson #4 

Saturday, September 3, 2016

Just wanted to thank all the boys for the warm welcome...

Just wanted to thank all the boys for the warm welcome and all the help they gave me and the other freshman getting settled and adjusted to school! First day was pretty solid. Living with Blitzer is a blast, although he has only slept in his own bed a total of 3 times since we have been here, couldn't tell ya where he's been. On the ice is great, some days not so great, still working on getting the nerves out and finding a way to be comfortable and trying not to overthink everything out there. Counting down the days till we all put the Fredonia sweater on as a team and go to war. All the boys are focused and want to have a huge year and  take this program to the next level. So again, thank you coaches and boys for all your help! Have a great day boys and try to learn a few things here and there at school. - Defer

Friday, September 2, 2016

"this is the tightest knit group I’ve been a part of"

Hey everyone, freshman, forward Thomas Dunn here for my first ever blog as a Blue Devil. I’m about two and a half weeks into school and just about getting used to going to classes again. It’s been a little weird getting used to the work load after taking three years off for junior hockey. But, so far I’m loving my time here at Fredonia. Everything about it has been great, especially the guys on the team. I can already tell that this is the tightest knit group I’ve been a part of and I’m excited to see what this team can do this year in our pursuit of a SUNYAC championship. Counting down the days until we hit the ice against Utica in October. 

Hope everyone has a great weekend.
Till next time,
Thomas Dunn

Thursday, September 1, 2016

In Michigan celebrating my grandparents 60th anniversary....

G'day folks!

Eric Bogart back here on the blog train checking in from Ann Arbor, Michigan! School has been going not too bad right now, classes are in full force for me...especially my labs! Anyways I'm just down here in Michigan celebrating my grandparents 60th anniversary, along with taking in a Michigan football game! Anyways, that's all I have to contribute today!

Stay classy,