Brian Mahoney-Wilson is a hockey player, a goaltender, from Boston. His uncle is Ron Wilson, head coach of the San Jose Sharks of the NHL, and his father, Randy, also played the game at a high level. Brian was recruited to LSSU to play hockey, but he couldn’t be happier with his decision to be a Laker.
“Lake Superior State caught my eye initially because it is a small campus in a small town and the Lakers have a great hockey tradition,” he said. “This is a friendly campus and the support for hockey is incredible.”
Lake Superior State University Athletics participate in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) at a NCAA Division II ranking, while our Men's Ice Hockey is a NCAA Division I sport.
“The faculty is top notch,” he said. “Classes are great. I’m an exercise science major and the support from professors is tremendous. No class is easy but I have a strong work ethic and good time-management skills, so it is not a problem for me to read 250 pages in a weekend and get multiple tasks completed.”