||22 (as of October 1st)
||Redwood City, CA
Played in 34 games for the RedHawks in his rookie season...posted 11 points (four goals, seven assists)...had one multi-point game against Alaska, handing out two assists (Nov. 12), the first assists of his career...fired in the game-winning goal against St. Cloud State (Oct. 15), his first-career goal...took a total of 38 shots...earned a rating of +4...was called for nine penalties for 18 minutes...finished the season with a three-game goal streak, scoring against Notre Dame on March 18, Western Michigan on March 19 and New Hampshire on March 26, the RedHawks lone goal in the NCAA tournament.
Prior to Miami
Played in 59 games for the Indiana Ice of the USHL in 2009-10... was selected to the USHL All-Star Game in 2010... led the Ice with 54 points and a team-high 33 assists... scored 21 goals, which was third on the team... had a team-best +22 rating for the Ice... tallied three game-winning goals and five power-play goals while with Indiana in 2009-10... played with fellow RedHawk Max Cook at Indiana... played in the NAHL All-Star Game in 2009 as a member of the Topeka Roadrunners... played in 114 games for Topeka over two seasons from 2007-09... totaled 98 points, 32 goals and 66 assists during his two years with the Roadrunners, including 21 goals and 34 assists in 2008-09... also played two years of baseball at Sequoia High School and was named team MVP in 2005.
Born Aug. 22, 1989 in Redwood City, Calif.... son of Cindy and John Paulazzo... majoring in sports studies with a minor in coaching... coached youth hockey for five years in California and Indiana.