#FormerColonialWatch: Robert Morris Forward Brady Ferguson Named to Atlantic Hockey Hall of Honor


Kyle Gorcey

Brady Ferguson during the Three Rivers Classic against Penn State

Alec Miller

The Atlantic Hockey Association announced Tuesday that former Robert Morris forward Brady Ferguson has been named to its Hall of Honor as part of its inaugural class.

Ferguson who spent four seasons with the Colonials from 2014-18 will be the third Robert Morris player to be part of the hall of honor joining Zach Lynch and Cody Wydo.

After he graduated college, Ferguson attended the Toronto Maple Leafs training camp in 2018. He then went on to spend three years with the Toronto Marlies of the American Hockey League and Newfoundland Growlers of the ECHL where he won the Kelly Cup in 2019.

Currently, Ferguson is in his third season with Rögle BK in the Swedish Hockey League

During his time with the Colonials the Carrollton, Texas native played in 152 games in four years which currently has him tied for second all-time in school history.

Throughout his career, Ferguson has collected an overall record of 88-51-16 (.619). Include in that record is a mark of 64-34-14 (.633) in Atlantic Hockey play.

In 2015 he helped the Colonials to the Atlantic Hockey regular-season championship, making it the first in program history.

As a senior, he was nominated for the Hobey Baker Award. Ferguson finished his career as the program’s all-time leading scorer with 167 points he had 66 goals and 101 assists.

Ferguson owns the record for assists with RMU and also ranks third in that category in the Atlantic Hockey record book.