Jake Horton set a program record with 140 games played over his four-year career at Harvard.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Senior forward and captain Jake Horton signed a professional contract with the Manchester Monarchs (ECHL), the club announced on Saturday. Horton made his professional debut last night with the Monarchs.
Horton, who never missed a game in his four seasons at Harvard, set a program record for games played over his four-year career with the Crimson. Horton played in 140 games, first all surpassing the previous Harvard record of 138 games played set by Tom Cavanagh '05.
A native of Oakdale, Minn., Horton totaled 42 points (17 goals, 25 assists) over his four-year career. He had 13 points (four goals, nine assists) in 2017-18, and led all Crimson forwards with 44 blocked shots. A two-way center for the Crimson, Horton was part of a senior group that won 82 games, the most of any class since the class of '06 had 82, and the most in the last 20 years of Harvard Hockey.