This season Cellini played in all 25 games for the Ephs who advanced to the NESCAC Tournament Quarterfinals, where they lost to Hamilton 4-3 in overtime and finished the season with a record of 14-9-2
Cellini led the Ephs in assists this winter with 17 and he tallied 5 goals to give him 22 points on the year. In his four years in the Purple Valley Cellini played 16 more games than the next highest total recorded by a member of the Class of 2019.
"Roberto had an outstanding career at Williams, accumulating 87 points (32 goals, 55 assists) in 103 games," noted Eph head coach Bill Kangas. "He had an uncanny ability to possess the puck while faking an opponent, and scoring or dishing an assist to an open teammate."
Marcus Mollica lalso appeared in a ll 25 games this season and he lead the 2018-19 Ephs in goals scored with 15. Four of Mollica's goals were game-winners, five came on power plays and he also tallied two short-handed goals and one empty net goal.
"Having played together all season, it is fitting Roberto and Marcus are both on the NESCAC Second Team," Kangas said. "Marcus had an outstanding senior season. He played in all situations, including power-play and penalty kill and led our team in goals (15), points (28) and game winning goals (4)."
In 86 career games Mollica scored 26 goals and registered 24 assists for a total of 50 points.