2014-15: Appeared in all 34 games, finishing his career with 132 games played ... tallied 12 points on a career-high six goals and six assists ... recorded 11 of his 12 points in league play ... posted three multi-point games ... had a goal and an assist for two points in a 3-0 win over Canisius on Oct. 18 ... did the same against Mercyhurst on Nov. 8 on the road in a 7-5 loss ... had a goal and assist opposite RIT on Jan. 30 in a 4-2 victory ... netted goals against Robert Morris (Oct. 25) and Bentley (Feb. 21) ... added an assist in his final game of his career against Sacred Heart in game two of the Atlantic Hockey Tournament First Round. 2013-14: Saw action in 33 games for the second time in his career ... posted a career-best 15 points on five goals and career-high 10 assists ... tallied his first career hat trick against Sacred Heart on Nov. 12 in a 6-2 win on the road ... the three goals came on the power play, even and an empty netter ... tied for second on the team with 10 helpers ... three of his five goals came with the extra skater and one was a gamewinner ... tied for fourth on the team in Atlantic Hockey points with 12 on the year ... netted three goals and added nine helpers in league play ... pulled to within two games of career 100th ... had four multi-point games ... three of the four were two-assist games and were during a four-game stretch ... had back-to-back two assist games against Bentley (Feb. 15) and UConn (Feb. 21) ... the third came against Holy Cross on Feb. 28 in a 5-2 win ... had a power play goal in two of the three games in the playoff series against Robert Morris ... caught fire late in the year with eight points in his last eight games.
2012-13: Appeared in 32 games ... made the move from defense to forward ... scored three goals and handed out six assists ... posted assists in both games of series against Sacred Heart ... scored game-winning goal in 3-2 win against Sacred Heart ... credited with the game-winning goal in 5-0 victory over nationally ranked Robert Morris ... scored third goal of season opposite Connecticut ... registered an assist in 3-3 overtime tie with Air Force ... had an assist on lone goal in 1-1 overtime draw against Mercyhurst ... also credited with assists against Holy Cross and Bentley ... appeared in both AHA playoff games against Mercyhurst.
2011-12: Appeared in 33 games ... recorded five goals and nine assists ... tied with his brother, Marcel, for fourth on the team in scoring ... netted two power play goals ... first collegiate goal and assist came at Sacred Heart ... scored a power play goal, the game-winning tally, in a 2-1 victory ... scored his second goal two nights later ... assisted on lone goal in 1-1 overtime tie against Brown ... tallied even-strength goals in back-to-back games against Robert Morris and Mercyhurst and then handed out an assist against Mercyhurst for a three-game scoring streak ... scored final goal later in regular season against AIC ... registered assists against RPI, Air Force, Bentley, Holy Cross and AIC ... collected a point in the playoffs with an assist in second game against Holy Cross.
BACKGROUND: Born in Mayfield Heights, Ohio ... now resides in Cleveland ... 2009 graduate of Saint Ignatius High School ... played for head coach Sheldon Keefe and the Pembroke Lumberkings ... won two CJHL Championships with the Lumberkings ... claimed the Eastern Canada Championship in 2011 ... part of national championship Lumberkings squad in 2011 ... two-time CJHL all-star ... son of Paula and Eva Alvarez ... older brother Marcel is a 2012 West Point graduate ... Maurice enjoys golf, paintball and skiing ... lists Steven Stamkos as his favorite athlete ... major is Systems Management.