2004-05: Played for Governor Dummer Academy in Byfield, MA, tallying 10 goals and 24 points – to go along with 30 PIM – in 25 games.
2005-06: Returned for another season at Governor Dummer Academy in Byfield, MA, where he recorded 9 goals and 22 points – to go along with 34 PIM – in 28 games.
2007-08: In his freshman year with Colgate (ECAC), Day skated in all but one of the Raiders 42 games. He earned a spot on the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team and finished the season with 22 points (9+13). He recorded a career-high three assists in the second game of the ECAC Hockey quarterfinal series at No. 7 Clarkson on Mar. 15. He was named a runner-up for the Hockey Commissioners’ Assocation Rookie of the Month award for October, November and again in December. He totaled 53 PIM, which was good enough for the team-high. He finished the season with 90 shots on goal and 18 blocked shots.
2008-09: In 34 games at Colgate, Day scored 14 goals and added 13 assists for 27 points. He added 26 minutes in penalties on the season.
2009-10: In 34 games for Colgate, Day scored 21 goals and notched 15 assists for 36 points. As was the case last season, he picked up 26 penalty minutes.
2010-11: Day wrapped up his college career at Colgate, scoring 10 goals and adding 15 assists in 40 games. Day signed an ATO with Bridgeport after his season ended and he has reported to that team.
Day always drives to the net hard. He is a tireless worker who is strong in his own zone and isn’t afraid to stir the pot, either. He’ll have to add bulk to his 6’, 186 lbs frame in order to use his style of play effectively in the NHL.