||24 (as of October 1st)
||Sioux City (USHL)
2010-11: Played in 19 games for the Nanooks; his only assist of the season was against Bowling Green Oct. 29, helping the Nanooks to a win; only goal of the season was against Ohio State Jan. 29, helping the Nanooks to a win; recognized for Academic Honors by the Athletic Department.
2009-10: Played in 7 games for the Nanooks; first goal of the season on Oct. 10 against Mercyhurst; earned two assists on Nov. 14 against Bowling Green; had two games with at least one point, one being a multi-point game.
2008-09: Played in 10 games for the Nanooks; earned first collegiate assist against WMU on Dec. 19.
Prior to Alaska: Played four seasons of junior hockey; second highest scoring defenseman for the Sioux City Musketeers of the United States Hockey League in 2007-08; played two seasons (2005-07) for the British Columbia Hockey League']s Merritt Centennials, amassing a career-best 41 points (eight goals and 33 assists) in 58 games and earning a spot on the Interior Conference team at the BCHL All-Star Showcase; began the 2005-2006 season with the Vernon Vipers before getting traded to Merritt; prior to crossing the Northern border, spent his rookie season with the Billings Bulls of the North American Hockey League in 2004-2005; prepped at Anchorage's Robert Service High School, where he earned Cooke Inlet All-Conference honors and honorable mention to the All-State Team as a senior (2004), after helping his team to the state title and a 25-1 record.
Personal: Grew up in the same neighborhood in Anchorage as Nanook defensemen Dustin and Bryant Molle; majoring in Business Administration.