First Collegiate game: 10/8/10 at Minnesota State
First Collegiate point: 10/22/10 vs.Western Michigan (assist)
First Collegiate goal: 3/11/11 at Yale
Most Points Game: 2 at Colgate 2/4/11 (assists)
2010-11 Season: 34 gm. 1-7-8 11/22 pen/min.
2011-12: 36 gm. 1-5-6, 3/6 pen./min.
2011-12: The Saint candidate for ECAC Scholar-Athlete of the Year, Patrick played in all 36 for the Saints as a sophomore and finished the season with a goal and five assists for six points, taking only three penalties in 36 gmaes. His goal came on the power play in a loss to Brown.He assisted on the game winner against Harvard at home.
2010-11: Named the co-winner of the Most Improved Player Award at the end of his rookie season, Pat Raley had an outstanding freshman season on defense for the Saints. He played in 34 games and had a goal and seven assists in addition to playing solid defense. He played in 21 straight to end the season and scored his first collegiate goal in a 4-3 overtime playoff upset of Yale in game one of the quarterfinals. He had his first collegiate multi-point game with two assists in a 4-0 win at Colgate.
The younger brother of former Saint player, Matt Raley, Pat Raley
played for the South Division champion St. Louis Bandits last season and had three
goals and 23 assists for 26 points in 33 games, finishing the season with a
plus-21 plus/minus rating. He also played for the Chicago Steel and had two
goals and 10 assists in 21 games prior to going to St. Louis. He played in the
Illinois Prep Jamboree, Select Festivals and the regional camp. A honor roll
student throughout high school, he is the son of Bob and Debbie Raley.