Albany has only played two games, and despite the Danes coming out and trouncing Syracuse at the dome in UAlbany’s opener, Fields, a senior, was a quiet 2 goals and 2 assists.

He was back to normal against Drexel torching them for 2 goals, 7 assists.

He’s been among the best players in the nation since his freshmen year (2015) when he netted a DI frosh record 66 goals, good for 9th in division I history.

Year two (2016) was equally as friendly to Connor. He put up 44 goals, 29 assists and 73 points as a sophomore, was named a 3rd team all American and a Tewaaraton nominee.

As a junior (2017) Fields put up the 4th highest scoring season in division I history with 117 points off 55 goals and 62 assists, was named a 1st team all American and a Tewaaraton finalist.

Fields faces tough competition this year going up against the likes of Justin Guterding and Trevor Baptiste but a favorable schedule, and a very talented supporting cast, UAlbany is a legit title contender so Fields is definitely one of the 3 favorites early on.