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Hockey Accomplishments

  • 2004-2005 NAHL All-Rookie Team

  • 2005-2006 USHL All-Star

  • MIAC All-Rookie Team

  • 3X MIAC All-Conference

  • 3X 1st Team All-American

  • 2010-2011 MIAC Player of the Year

  • 2010-2011 Sid Watson Award - NCAA DIII Player of the Year


During his playing career, Chris Berenguer, our Hockey Development & Coaching Coordinator, was a defenseman for Hamline University, leaving a legacy in the MIAC. In 2011, he received the prestigious Sid Watson Award, bestowed upon the top player in NCAA D-III hockey. That same year, Berenguer played a pivotal role in leading the Hamline Pipers to victory in the MIAC regular-season and conference tournament with his exceptional skills at both ends of the ice. With an impressive career that included three-time First Team All-American honors, MIAC Player of the Year, and a total of 116 points (37 goals, 79 assists), Berenguer's impact as an offensive force and defensive stalwart solidified his status as one of the greatest players in Hamline University and MIAC history. After his career at Hamline, he played professionally with Trenton of the ECHL. 


Today, Chris harnesses his experience and wisdom as the Hockey Development & Coaching Coordinator at UNRL Hockey. In this pivotal role, Berenguer orchestrates cutting-edge training programs, instilling grit and resilience in budding talents. With an unwavering commitment to shaping the hockey elite of tomorrow, Berenguer's tireless dedication ensures that UNRL Hockey remains a breeding ground for future champions.

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