Adam Fox 2019 Hobey Baker Award Candidate

For the past three years, Harvard defenseman Adam Fox has been one of the best players in college hockey. A two-time All-American, Fox entered 2018-19 as a bold-faced name in the sport. His dominance continued in his junior season.

Adam Fox talks about the team's involvement in the Jimmy Fund Walk, and why he chose Harvard.

Fox had a fantastic freshman season (six goals, 34 assists) in 2016-17, and the accolades came pouring in. He was named an All-American, selected as the ECAC Hockey and Ivy League Rookie of the Year, and earned ECAC Hockey and All-Ivy First Team honors.
In 2017-18, Fox became the 12th player in program history to be named a two-time All-American. He recorded 28 points (six goals, 22 assists), including the first hat trick by a Harvard defenseman in seven years.
"We're watching one of the best that's ever worn our jersey."

Adam Fox's 2018-19 Accolades

- 2019 Walter Brown Award

- ECAC Hockey Player of the Year

- Ivy League Player of the Year

- ECAC Hockey First Team

- First Team All-Ivy

- Top (Per Game) Scorer in the Nation

- Top (Per Game) Scoring Defenseman in the Nation

Adam Fox became the fourth defenseman in Harvard history to reach 100 career points, joining Mark Fusco '83 (135 points), Mark Benning '87 (111 points), and Randy Taylor '87 (102 points). He is the first junior defenseman in college hockey to reach 100 points since Justin Schultz (Wisconsin) in 2011-12.

Fox finished the 2018-19 season with 48 points (nine goals, 39 assists), breaking the school record for points by a Harvard defenseman in one season, set by Mark Fusco '83, who had 46 points (13-33-46) in 1982-83.

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