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Ed Pike, Ice Hockey, Class of 2014
A three-year captain for the men’s ice hockey team, Ed Pike played for USM from 1994 through 1998. A tough defenseman, Pike, who is the career leader in penalty minutes, was respected by his peers earning a bid to play in the 1998 East vs. West Senior All Star game at the conclusion of his career. Pike also contributed to the Huskies’ offense and during the three seasons he served as one of the team’s captains, Pike totaled three goals and 15 assists for 18 points, including a career best two goals and six assists in 1995-1996. Pike’s outstanding play earned him 1997 New England Hockey Writer’s Association (NEHWA) All-Star honors, after anchoring the Huskies’ defense while adding one goal and six assists for seven points.
A two-year member of the Huskies’ award winning Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), Pike earned his bachelor’s degree in Criminology from Southern Maine. He has actively been working as a police officer since April 1998, and is currently a Police Detective with the Dover, N.H., Police Department. Active within the community, Pike sits on several committees, including the Dover Police Charities Christmas Basket Program, and Golf Tournament, and has served as Vice President and President of the Dover Police Officer’s Association. Pike is also a Kennebunk/Kennebunkport Youth Soccer and Little League Coach, and is on the Board of Directors for the Kennebunk/Kennebunkport VP Softball.