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Dates Fryberger, a member of the Class of 1963, was a two-time All-American hockey player at Middlebury. He led the nation in goals as a junior with 56, the third-most scored in a single season in NCAA history. The following season, Fryberger scored 43 goals to finish with 160 in his career – second at the time in collegiate hockey history. The two-time All-ECAC selection earned 237 career points as a Panther.
During his first two years on the team, he shared a line with his twin brothers Jerry ’61 and Bob ’61, with the trio scoring 245 points over the two seasons, including a 19–1 mark in 1960–61.
Fryberger was a member of the 1964 U.S. Olympic hockey team, playing in all seven of the team’s games in Innsbruck, Austria, scoring twice in a win over Germany. He also served as captain of the golf team at Middlebury.