|High School:||Crescent School|
|Other College:||Hamilton Red Wings|
CREMA'S CAREER STATS
2015-16 (Junior): Recorded a career-high four assists against Brown on Nov. 6 at home in a 7-3 win...Scored his first goal of the season in the first period against Yale on Nov. 7...Was named the ECAC Hockey Player of the Week on Nov. 10...
2014-15 (Sophomore): Missed the first 16 games of the season, continuing to rehabilitate from an injury…Played in 12 games…Finished the season with one goal and three assists for four points…Scored his lone tally of the year at home against RPI on Jan. 30, a goal that proved to be the winner…Had assists at Brown (Feb. 6) and Clarkson (Feb. 20) and home against Cornell on Feb. 13…Dartmouth was 1-0-0 in games in which he scored and 4-0-0 when he had a point.
2013-14 (Freshman): Battled injuries all season long, playing in just 14 games…Scored four goals and registered three assists to rank 14th on the team in scoring with seven points…His two biggest goals of the season came in a 4-1 win at defending national champions and eighth-ranked Yale on Dec. 6, netting a pair of first-period goals just 2:53 apart. The win was the first for Dartmouth in New Haven since Feb. 17, 2007, snapping a seven-game skid at Ingalls Rink in the process…Scored his first collegiate goal against Brown on Oct. 25 at the Prudential Center as part of the Liberty Shootout…Notched his first goal at home in a loss to RPI on Nov. 2… Dartmouth was 1-2-0 when he scored a goal and 1-5-0 when picking up a point.
Makes the jump to Dartmouth after two seasons in the OJHL with both the Hamilton Red Wings (2012-13) and the Brampton Capitals (2011-12)... In his final year in the league and his only season with Hamilton, Crema posted career highs of 61 points, 24 goals and 37 assists, surpassing his numbers from his time in Brampton in 2011-12 (15-24—39)…Was the leading scorer on his team each year he played in the OJHL…Named to the OJHL All-Prospects Team in 2012-13…His final two years of high school at the Crescent School in Toronto, he was named the team’s MVP…Wore the ‘C’ as team captain his final year of high school.
Son of Ken Crema…Has one sister, Madison, who attends the University of North Carolina…Majoring in economics with a minor in theatre.