||23 (as of October 1st)
||Sterling Heights, MI
Junior (2009-10)... Helped Michigan win CCHA Tournament, reach quarterfinal round of the NCAA Tournament ... Named CCHA Tournament MVP (first U-M goalie to do so) and selected to CCHA All-Tournament Team, stopping 37 of 40 shots ... Won career-best seven straight games (March 5-27) ... Set career-best shutout streak at 102:25, spanning three games -- two vs. Lake Superior State and at Michigan State (March 5-12) ... Recorded first career shutout vs. Lake Superior (March 6), stopping all 28 shots he faced ... Earned first career start and played his first complete career game in loss at Notre Dame (Feb. 27) ... Earned first career win on Feb. 25 vs. Notre Dame, played 48:49 in relief of injured Bryan Hogan; made 14 saves for combined shutout ... Recipient of U-M's Alton D. Simms Award (most improved player) ... Stopped three of four shots vs. RPI in 18:02 minutes in GLI (Dec. 29) ... Recipient of the Roy H. & Helen M. Ziegler Scholarship for Men's Ice Hockey.
Sophomore (2008-09)... Did not see game action.
Freshman (2007-08)... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement award ... Made career debut in relief action vs. Nebraska-Omaha (March 14); made two saves.
Junior Team... Played 2006-07 season with the North American Hockey League's Alpena IceDiggers ... Posted a record of 17-9-2 with one shutout ... Earned a goals against average of 3.06 and a save percentage of .904 ... One-time NAHL Defensive Player of the Week ... Spent the 2005-06 season with the Western Ontario Hockey League's Petrolia Jets ... Earned a record of 17-17-0 with one shutout ... Had a 2.85 GAA and a .916 save percentage ... Set team single-season records in games played (37) and minutes played (2,110) ... In the playoffs, posted 2-3-0 record with a 3.42 GAA and a .890 save percentage ... Named WOHL Rookie Goalie of the Year.
Personal... Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts, majoring in history ... Graduated from Roseville High School (2005) ... Brother, Matt, played for Michigan (2004-07) and captained team in 2006-07.
Bio courtesy of UM Athletic Media Relations