Brock Tredway was a high scoring right winger for Cornell University from 1977 till 1981, scoring at least 25 goals each season and exceeding 30 goals in the 1978-79 campaign, a year he was named to the ECAC Second All-Star Team. Tredway, who served as the team's captain and twice led them in scoring, also helped the club to an ECAC championship in 1980. After his solid collegiate career was over, Tredway made the leap to pro hockey.
Tredway was signed by the Los Angeles Kings in May of 1981 and turned pro with their farm club in New Haven in the fall of 1981. After spending the entire 1981-82 season in the American Hockey League, where he potted 35 goals as a rookie, Tredway was called up to the big club during the playoffs.
Tredway suited up for just that one NHL game in his career and he was unable to register a point for the Kings.
The next two seasons were spent back in the AHL with New Haven Nighthawks. When Tredway failed to work his way back to the NHL, he elected to continue his career in Europe. In 1984 he signed on to play in Austria with Klagenfurter AC where he produced at a point-a-game pace. After one season in Europe Tredway returned to North America and to the Nighthawks to play his final season of professional hockey. After scoring just 2 goals and 8 points in 39 games with New Haven, Brock Tredway retired from hockey.
Cornell University honored their former captained and scoring star by electing him to the schools Sports Hall of Fame.