|Team:||Sioux City (USHL)|
2012-13: | Stats | Photos
Skated in 24 of 39 games ... recorded 10 points on three goals and seven assists ... tallied an assist in the NCAA Northeast Regional semifinal game vs. Denver (03/29) to extend point-scoring streak to three games ... in 14 Hockey East league games, recorded five points (1g, 4a) ... career-high two assists vs. UMass-Lowell (11/30) to match personal best of two points ... tallied a point each of the last two games of the Hockey East quarterfinal at Providence with a goal March 16 and assist March 17 ... did not play the previous seven games ... assisted on the game-winning goal vs. Northeastern (10/26).
2011-12: | Stats | Photos
Silengo skated in 29 games for the Wildcats… contributed six points on one goal and five assists… his lone goal of the season a game-winning goal came in a 5-0 win over UMass on 11/18/11… has a +2 plus/minus rating... A Hockey East All-Academic team selection.
2010-11: | Stats |Photos
Silengo completed his freshman campaign with appearances in 35 games, scoring eight points on three goals and five assists… He got his Wildcat career-high two goals against rival Maine (12/10), including one in overtime to win the game 4-3… Awarded the Hockey East Rookie of the Week honors (12/13) three days after that performance.
Career Milestones: Career-high two points Dec. 10, 2010 at Maine... Career-high two goals on Dec. 10, 2010 at Maine... First goal Dec. 10, 2010 at Maine... Career-high one assist on multiple occasions.
Before UNH: Silengo registered 16 points on seven goals and nine assists paired with a +3 plus/minus rating in 55 games with Sioux City… Prior to his time at Sioux City, Silengo played at South Kent Prep, the same school as Wildcat netminder Tyler Scott… While at South Kent, he tallied 52 points his junior season and 71 points combined in two seasons.
Personal: Born in New Haven, Connecticut on February 26, 1990 to William and Cindy Silengo… Shoots right… A sports studies major... Lists former Colorado Avalanche player Joe Sakic as his favorite athlete.