Mary Comito State Farm Madison Athlete of the Week: Hockey Player Dave Renzulli


MADISON, NJ — Sophomore Dave Renzulli, has been selected as this week’s Mary Comito State Farm Athlete of the Week. Renzulli is a left wing attacker for the Madison Dodger hockey team. He scored game high three goals for Madison, in a 10-1 win over Montville on Wednesday evening.

Renzulli credits the practices and effort that the team has put in for having such a hot streak in the season.

“We’ve been practicing really hard,” Renzulli said. “Whether it’s working on different zone coverage’s or formations, the guys have been really dedicated to work hard."

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Head coach Dave Hansen and assistant coach Joe Cecala have done a great job, game after game to keep the players motivated.

“They are both great coaches,” Renzulli stated. “They’re always telling us to keep our heads up and to keep moving forward."

Renzulli also plays club hockey for the New Jersey Colonials. When he’s not playing hockey, he likes to just hang out with his friends. His favorite food is dominos pizza.

He is a Detroit Red Wings fan and New York Giants fan. His favorite subject in school is history, but hopes to be in the computer or videogame design industry when he’s older.

The Dodgers will try to keep their hot streak alive, when they play Saturday, January 21st at 4:00pm against Sparta


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