DU Sweeps Four-Game Season Series with CC for the First Time since 1988-89
Named to six-member NCHC All-Conference First Team, receiving 30 points (10 first-place votes).
Won the NCHC awards for Defenseman of the Year and Offensive Defenseman of the Year.
Named NCHC Defensive Player of the Week on November 11.
Helped DU win the inaugural NCHC Championship and appear in the NCAA Tournament.
Recorded four points in six games of the postseason on two goals and two assists, both assists coming in the NCAA Tournament.
Played in 37 games for the Pioneers.
Led all defensemen with 25 points on 12 goals and 13 assists.
Tied for the conference lead in goals by a defenseman.
Second on the team in power play goals with five.
Had five multi-point games and started the season with points in nine of the first 14 games.
Missed five games due to injury.
One of five sophmpores to appear in all 39 games.
Led all defensemen with 29 points on 11 goals and 18 assists.
Tallied six power play goals, a team high.
Had seven multi-point games and started the season with points in 10 of the first 13 games.
Named to the All-WCHA Second Team.
Selected by the Edmonton Oilers in the fifth round (123rd overall) of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft.
Played in all 43 games.
Led NCAA rookie defensemen in points (38), goals (11) and assists (27).
Tied for fourth among all NCAA rookies in points.
Ranked fifth among all NCAA defensemen and sixth among all rookies at .88 points per game.
Tied for first on the team with 13 multi-point games.
Finished first in WCHA rookie scoring and tied for first in WCHA defensemen scoring with 28 points on eight goals and 20 assists in 28 league games.
Named HCA National Rookie of the Year, WCHA Rookie of the Year, All-WCHA First Team, All-WCHA Rookie Team, Inside College Hockey WCHA Freshman of the Year, College Hockey News Rookie of the Year and All-College Hockey News Rookie Team.
Named Pioneer Sportsman of the Year by the University of Denver.
Named DU's Most Valuable Freshman.
Recorded his first two career goals, including a shorthanded tally, in 10-2 win vs. Minnesota State (10/22).
Scored the game-winning goal in 7-1 win over Air Force (12/31).
Recorded a career-high three points (1g, 2a) in 7-3 win over Nebraska Omaha (11/18) and a career-high three assists in 3-2 win over Bemidji State (1/14).
Recorded 15 points (4g, 11a) on an eight-game point streak from Dec. 30-Jan. 28.
Assisted on Jason Zucker's game-winning goal in a 3-2 overtime win over Michigan Tech (3/15) in the WCHA Final Five quarterfinals.
Contributed 64 hits and 34 blocked shots.
Led Denver defensemen with a +13 plus/minus rating.
Was named HCA National Rookie of the Month for January.
Was named WCHA Defensive Player of the week on Jan. 17.
Was selected to the Denver Cup Classic All-Tournament Team.
Committed 12 penalties for 35 PIMs.
Played for the Penticton Vees of the British Columbia Hockey League from 2009-11.
Tallied 82 points on 20 goals and 62 assists in 58 games in 2010-11.
Led all BCHL defenseman in scoring and ranked fifth overall.
Named BCHL Interior Conference Most Valuable Player and Defensive Player of the Year.
Named to the BCHL Interior Conference All-Star Game.
Participated in the World Junior A Challenge for Team Canada West and was the Grant Men's Wear (Penticton) Player of the Month for October 2010.
Led BCHL defensemen in scoring in 2009-10 with 65 points (13g, 52a) in 54 games at Penticton.
Ranked seventh overall in assists and added 10 power-play goals.
Teammate of Pioneer forward Beau Bennett in 2009-10.
Born June 24, 1992.
Son of Joe and Carla.
Has one sister, Natalie.
Graduated from Notre Dame High School in 2010.
Chose Denver for its great hockey program, great academics, unbelievable coaching staff, location, and good reviews from friends who attend.
Career goals are to play in the NHL and graduate from DU with a four-year degree.
Enjoys golf, in-line hockey and football.
Favorite athletes are Sidney Crosby and Duncan Keith.
Played three years of high school football and four years of high school soccer.