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Fusco, Henry, Bertagna Inducted to ECAC Hall of Fame

Fusco, Henry, Bertagna Inducted to ECAC Hall of Fame

DANBURY, Conn. – Reaching the pinnacle of success in the ECAC, former Harvard hockey skater Mark Fusco, senior associate athletic director Patricia Henry, and former Harvard women's hockey head coach Joe Bertagna have been inducted to the ECAC Hall of Fame.

Fusco, a 1983 graduate, became Harvard's first Hobey Baker Award winner as the national player of the year, while also becoming the first defenseman in the award's history to win the honor. He still holds Harvard's records for career goals (44) and points (135) by a defenseman, and was a three-time first team All-America selection.

Henry has been a member of Harvard's senior administration since 1980, helping to oversee the largest Division I varsity athletics program in the nation. She has been instrumental as a member of numerous NCAA committees, working with a plethora of sports. She is responsible for the development of Harvard's 1,200 student-athletes.

Bertagna, a 1973 graduate, was the first head coach in the history of the Harvard women's hockey program in 1978-79, and he has gone on to serve as the commissioner of ECAC Hockey and Hockey East, the latter of which for the last 21 years. He was a three-time letterwinner with the Harvard men's hockey program.

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