|Men's Ice Hockey|
Phil Latreille, a member of the Class of 1961, scored more goals than any other player in the history of U.S. intercollegiate ice hockey. During his career, the right-winger from Montreal tallied 250 goals—a total that includes further collegiate bests for goals in a game (10) and a season (80).
A three-time All-American, Latreille helped lead the Panthers to a 46-17-1 record during his three seasons, including a program best 19-2 mark during his senior campaign. That year, the Panthers recorded victories over the likes of Princeton, Army, and Yale, all programs now competing at the Division I level.
Following his Middlebury career, Latreille enjoyed a brief stint with the New York Rangers, becoming the first Vermont collegiate player to play in the National Hockey League at a time when there were just six NHL teams. He finished his professional hockey career with the Long Island Ducks and the Montreal Olympics.
Latreille is a member of the Vermont Sports Hall of Fame.