||19 (as of October 1st)
||West Chester, Ohio
||Green Bay (USHL)
Ohio State Career: 2010-11 (Freshman season):
Played in all 37 games and had four goals, six assists and 10 points ... first career point was gamewinning goal at Quinnipiac Oct. 9, +1 in the game ... unassisted goal and +1 at Michigan State Nov. 12 ... three points in series vs. Alabama-Huntsville Nov. 5-6; assist and +1 in opener; in game two had first multiple-point game with a power-play goal and helper, along with +1 rating ... assist and +1 vs. Alaska Nov. 27, vs. Notre Dame Jan. 21 and vs. Ferris State Feb. 24 ... power-play goal and +1 vs. Lake Superior State Feb. 19 ... helper on overtime gamewinner vs. Michigan Dec. 3 ... +1 at Northern Michigan Oct. 29 ... 82 shots on the year; shots in all but three games on the year and had five or more shots in five of last 11 games, including seven Feb. 19 vs. Lake Superior State and 6 Feb. 5 vs. Michigan State ... an Ohio State Scholar-Athlete.
Prior to Ohio State:
Spent two seasons with Green Bay of the USHL ... played in 52 games in 2009-10, posting 29 points, including 15 goals and 14 assists, and 107 penalty minutes with the Gamblers ... tied for sixth on the team in goals and points and tallied two shorthanded markers ... won the Anderson Cup and Clark Cup, as USHL regular season and playoff champions ... scored five points, including a shorthanded goal, in 12 playoff games ... won a gold medal with Team USA at the 2009 World Junior A Challenge in Prince Edward Island ... with Green Bay in 2008-09, had 10 goals and nine assists for 19 points and 120 penalty minutes in 48 games ... won the 2009 Anderson Cup as regular season USHL champions and posted three points in five playoff games ... graduated from Ashwaubenon High School in 2010.
Off the Ice:
Son of Claude IV and Kimberly ... has an older sister, Tiffany, and an older brother, Claude V (who now has a son, Claude VI) ... enjoys golfing, riding motor cross and surfing ... management and industry exploration major.