Ever since suiting up for Hartford for the first time, Griffin Feiner was a scoring threat. He started 13 out of 15 games as a freshman, finishing second on the team in points (27) and goals (22). The midfielder continued that trend into his senior year, leading the team in goals (38) and points (57) in his final collegiate season while tying a career high with 19 assists. He finished his collegiate career third in program history in goals (125) and fifth in points (180). His time at Hartford may be over, but he hopes to pass on what he learned about how to succeed and how to handle failure to a new crop of collegiate athletes in his new coaching position.
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