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BULLDOGS IN THE PROS

ADAM KRUG BRAD FOGAL JEREMY KLAVER SHAWN SKELLY Cincinnati Cyclones/ Cinn. Cyclones (ECHL)/ Cinn. Cyclones (ECHL)/ AK Aces/Toledo Walleye/ Toledo Walleye (ECHL) TX Brahmas/Tulsa Oilers Knoxville IceBears (SPHL) Wheeling Nailers (ECHL)

JOSH COUSINEAU

MIKE TOWNS

CHRIS LEONE

KYLE FRIEDAY

Knoxville IceBears (SPHL) Idaho Steelheads (ECHL)/ Toledo Walleye/Cincinnati Huntsville Havoc, Fayetteville Fire Antz (SPHL) Ontario Reign (AHL) Cyclones (ECHL)

JOSH RANALLI

Ft. Wayne Komets (ECHL), Macon Mayhem (SPHL)

DAN BARCZUK TYLER PARKS Rapid City Rush (ECHL) Elmira Jackals (ECHL)

KYLE WATSON

AugustaRiverHawks (SPHL)

AUSTIN HERVEY TAYLOR MCCLOY DILLON KELLEY Indy Fuel (ECHL), Knox- MATHEW THOMPSON Norfolk Admirals (ECHL), Norfolk Admirals (ECHL), Indy Fuel (ECHL) Quad City Storm (SPHL) Fayetteville Marksmen (SPHL) ville Ice Bears (SPHL)

KYLE BROTHERS Belgium Bene Ligue


Quick Facts GENERAL

COACHING AND SUPPORT STAFF

Name of School:......................................Adrian College City, State, Zip:...............................Adrian, Mich. 49221 Founded:................................................................. 1859 Enrollment:............................................................. 1,700 Nickname:.........................................................Bulldogs School Colors:....Black & Gold (PMS 123 C, PMS 121 U) Arena (opened):.....................Arrington Ice Arena (2007) Seating Capacity:................ 464 chairbacks (1,100 SRO) Affiliation:............................................ NCAA Division III Conference:.....Northern Collegiate Hockey Association President:...................................... Dr. Jeffrey R. Docking Vice President for Enrollment:..................... Frank Hribar Director of Athletics:............................ Michael Duffy ‘82 Head Athletic Trainer:..................................Jamie Fetter Arrington Ice Arena Manager:........... Jeremy Symington Arrington Ice Arena Phone:.... (517) 265-5161, ext. 5017 Arrington Ice Arena Admin. Assistant:..... Barb Maynard Office Phone:.......................... (517) 265-5161, ext. 5011

Head Coach:.............................................Adam Krug Alma Mater:................................Adrian College ‘12 Adrian Record/Seasons:............. 92-21-6 (.798), 5th Overall Record/Seasons:............ 92-21-6 (.798), 5th Office Phone:....................................(517) 264-3838 E-Mail Address:...........................akrug@adrian.edu Best Time to Reach Krug:..........................Mornings Assistant Coach:.................................... Kevin Moore Alma Mater:.................................Massachusetts ‘12 E-Mail Address:................. kevinmoore@adrian.edu Office Phone:...................(517) 265-5161, ext. 5013 Goaltender Coach:....................... Jeremy Symington Alma Mater:....................................St. Lawrence ‘01 E-Mail Address:.................. jsymington@adrian.edu Office Phone:...................(517) 265-5161, ext. 5017 Volunteer Assistant Coach:........... Rob Hodnicki ‘10 Hockey Athletic Trainer:......................... Jim Nicknair Alma Mater............................... Southern Maine ’11 E-Mail Address:........... jnicknair@adrian.edu Office Phone:............................ (517) 265-5161, ext. x4814)

TEAM INFORMATION

2017-18 Overall Record:...............................24-6 (.800) 2017-18 NCHA Record/Place:...... 17-1 (.944)/1st-South 2017-18 NCAA Championship Finish........ Quarterfinals Final National Rankings:.... USCHO, 4th; D3hockey, 4th Lettermen Returning/Lost:......................................18/7 Key Players Returning..................................................... Sr., Cory Dunn, D (3+27=30, +28), 3x AHCA All-America Sr., Trevor Boyd, F (17+11=28), ‘17 AHCA All-America Sr., Kevin Entmaa, G (16-4, 1.88 GAA), ‘17 All-NCHA Jr., Dino Balsamo, F (8+20=28, +12--career highs) Sr., Bryan Yim, F (8+11=19, +11), ‘17 All-NCHA Key Players Lost: TABLE OF CONTENTS Sr., Mathew Thompson, F (NCHA POY, AHCA All-America) Bulldogs in the Pros.............................. Inside Cover Sr., Taylor McCloy, F (24+14=38, AHCA All-America) Quick Facts............................................................. 3 Sr., Kyle Brothers, F (11+23=34, ‘15 AHCA All-America) An Inside Look at the Numbers.............................. 4 HISTORY First Year of Hockey:...........................................2007-08 This is Adrian College............................................ 5 All-Time Record: ...................................259-44-16 (.836) Arrington Ice Arena................................................ 6 All-Time Conference Record.................192-12-10 (.921) Coaching Staff........................................................ 7 All-Time Arrington Home Record............139-21-7 (.853) 2018-19 Rosters...................................................... 8 NCAA Postseason Appearances (last):............... 8 (2018) Conference Championships................................... 9 Best Finish:........................... National Runner-Up (2011) Team Captain/Assistant Captain Profiles......... 10-12 Conference Championships:....................................... 10 Player Profiles.................................................. 13-22 Conference Tournament Titles:..................................... 7 All-NCHA Honors History..................................... 23 All-Americans:........................................15 (23 citations) 2017-18 Final Statistics/Results............................ 24 ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Adrian Individual Career/Season Records....... 25-26 Sports Information Director:................... Patrick Stewart Bulldogs in NCAA Record Book........................... 27 Alma Mater:..................................... Ohio University ‘89 2017-18 NCHA Conference Info.......................... 28 E-Mail Address:............................ pstewart@adrian.edu All-Americans/All-Time Letterwinners............. 29-30 Office Phone:..........................................(517) 264-3280 2018-19 Schedule................................... Back Cover Cell Phone:............................. media call the SID Office Fax Number:...........................................(517) 264-3802 CREDITS Athletics Website:.................. www.adrianbulldogs.com The 2018-19 Adrian College men’s hockey guide was designed, written and compiled by Patrick Stewart, Facebook Page:..... www.facebook.com/adrianbulldogs Sports Information Director, with editorial assistance Twitter Page:....................... twitter.com/AdrianBulldogs from Assistant SID Joseph Templin. Head Shots by YouTube Channel:..................... AdrianBulldogAthletics Patrick Stewart. Principal action photography by Mike Dickie, Patrick Stewart, Dave Pearcy. Special thanks to Mailing Address:.................. 110 South Madison Street, minor league hockey organizations providing photos for Merillat Center Room 207, Adrian, Mich 49221 “Bulldogs in the Pros.” Cover Design by Christina Butler. Assistant SID:.........................................Joseph Templin Printing by Precision Business Solutions, 447 J Street, E-Mail Address:.............................jtemplin@adrian.edu Perrysburg, Ohio 43551. Office Phone:......................... (517) 265-5161, ext. 5471

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@acbulldoghockey: An Inside Look At The Numbers √ 10-19-2007...date the Bulldogs make their Bulldogs in the debut as they trounced established NCAA program SUNY Potsdam, 9-1, behind four NCAA Tournament goals in each of the second and third periods.

√ 24-19-25-8-61...the uniform numbers worn

by the starting line of #24 Drew Satterley, #19 Mike Dahlinger, #25 Mike Towns and defensive pair of #8 Jeremy Klaver and #61 Chris Stansik of the first intercollegiate game in program history against the Potsdam Bears in Arrington Ice Arena.

√ 11:02...the time in the first period of the

first goal scored by an Adrian NCAA men's hockey student-athlete, off the stick of Chris Stansik. The power-play tally was scored unassisted, and gave Adrian a 1-0 lead over Potsdam.

√ 25...All-America citations earned by 15 student-athletes since 2008.

√ 8...the number of NCAA Division III Cham-

pionship appearances (2010-11-13-14-15-1617-18).

√ 10...Peters Cup regular season championships (2008-09-10-11-12-13-15-16-17-18).

√ 7...Harris Cup titles earned as the tournament winner (2008-09-10-11-13-15-16).

√ 9...times that Arrington Ice Arena has

served as the host site of the MCHA/NCHA championship game.

√ 259...total wins in program history, which ranks third all-time in the MCHA/NCHA.

√ 192-12-10...Bulldogs' all-time record

against league foes for a NCHA-best .921 win percentage.

√ 46...student-athletes have earned academic all-conference a total of 93 times.

√.836...Adrian's all-time winning percentage (259-38-16) after 11 seasons. √.853...the Bulldogs' lifetime winning percentage on Arrington home-ice.

√ 10...the number of times (out of 11 seasons) that Adrian has led the nation in attendance (capacity-percentage), according to USCHO.

√ 14...the number of major conference

awards earned by members of the program, including 6 Players of the Year, 5 Coaches of the Year and 3 Rookies of the Year.

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2010 1st Round at Green Bay, Wis. #3 St. Norbert 4, #10 Adrian 3 2011 Quarterfinals at Adrian, Mich. #5 Adrian 5, #6 Elmira 3

Semifinals at Minneapolis, Minn. #5 Adrian 5, #3 Oswego St. 3 Championship at Minneapolis, Minn. #1 St. Norbert* 4, #5 Adrian 3 2013 Quarterfinals at Adrian, Mich. #3 Oswego St. 3, #6 Adrian 2 (OT) 2014 Quarterfinals at De Pere, Wis. #1 St. Norbert* 7, #5 Adrian 2 2015 Quarterfinals at Adrian, Mich. #2 Adrian 5, #4 Oswego St. 4 Semifinals at Minneapolis, Minn. #7 Trinity-Conn.* 5, #2 Adrian 3 2016 Quarterfinals at Adrian, Mich. #3 UW-Stevens Point* 5, #1 Adrian 2 2017 Quarterfinals at Stevens Point, Wis. #6 Adrian 6, #2 UW-Stevens Point 3 Semifinals at Utica, N.Y. #1 Norwich* 5, #6 Adrian 4 (OT) 2018 Quarterfinals at Adrian, Mich. #3 UW-Stevens Point 5, #2 Adrian 2

* Denotes eventual national champion

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This Is Adrian College

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Arrington Ice Arena

Arrington Ice Arena was officially dedicated and opened for business on Oct. 19, 2007, as the NCAA men’s hockey team squared off against Potsdam State in its inaugural game. The Bulldogs christened the new facility with a resounding 9-1 win in front of a packed crowd, who were also in attendance to see Lord Stanley’s Cup on loan from the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto. Adrian sports a sparkling 139-21-7 all-time record (.853) at Arrington. In addition, Arrington is home to Adrian College’s NCAA Division III women’s hockey, ACHA Division 1-2-3 men’s hockey, ACHA Division 1 & 2 women’s hockey and the synchronized/figure skating teams. The arena is named after Dr. Robyn J. Arrington, Jr. and his brother, fellow Adrian alumnus Harold M. Arrington. The brothers donated $3 million on behalf of their family. The $5.5 million project is also a place where local residents can use the facility for recreational activities. The operating schedule includes open skates for the community, learn-to-skate programs for children and adults and hockey programs for people of various ages and abilities. The arena consists of a single sheet of ice, 464 chair-back seats for capacity up to 1,000 standing-room only, a media press box, a president’s seating area, concession stand, pro shop with skate rental, offices for ice sports coaches and personnel and locker rooms. For more information about Arrington Ice Arena, visit the website at (www.arringtonicearena.com). Arrington Ice Arena has already been praised as one of the best hockey venues in Division III. The arena has hosted such events as a Detroit Red Wings alumni game and nine conference championship games. In addition, the facility has played host to the 2010 and 2011 ACHA Division I All-Star Game and the U.S. Intercollegiate Figure Skating Championships in 2014 and ‘17.

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Coaching Staff Adam Krug Head Coach

Kevin Moore

(517) 264-3838 akrug@adrian.edu

(517) 265-5161 (x5013) kevinmoore@ adrian.edu@adrian.edu

5th Season Adrian College ‘12

Adam Krug ‘12, who became the second head coach in the history of the Adrian College men’s hockey program on July 7, 2014, enters his fifth season at the helm of his alma mater. Since then, Adrian under Krug’s guidance has compiled a 92-21-6 (.798) overall mark, four NCAA Division III championship appearances, four Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Peters Cup regular-season titles, two Harris Cup championships and 10 All-America citations. Last season, the Bulldogs set a school record with six weeks in a row at No. 1 in USCHO national rankings, finishing 24-6 (17-1 NCHA). In 2015-16, Adrian captured the NCHA Peters Cup and Harris Cup titles again en route to a 244-1 ledger and the NCHA South Division crown with a 17-2-1 record. Freshman defenseman Cory Dunn was a consensus All-America pick and senior blueliner Chris Leone made CCM American Hockey Coaches Association AllAmerica First Team and D3hockey.com Second Team. Krug also coached USCHO.com Rookie of the Year Connor Armour among a NCHAleading four all-conference standouts. Krug was the team captain for the Bulldogs in their inaugural season of 2007-08, earning second-team AHCA All-America honors. In just two seasons at Adrian, Krug ranks seventh all-time in school history with 129 points, sixth with 52 goals, fifth with 20 power play goals and ninth with 77 assists. Krug has gained valuable experience behind the bench since his playing days at Adrian. He moved up to associate head from assistant coach of the Indiana Ice in the U.S. Hockey League from 2012-14. He helped the Ice capture the 2013-14 Clark Cup championship awarded to the Tier I Junior “A” national champions. The Ice also won the 2013-14 Eastern Conference regular season title. Under Krug’s guidance, the Ice had over 30 players earn a NCAA Division I scholarship; four were drafted by the National Hockey League. Krug joined the Indiana Ice coaching staff after a four-year professional hockey career across the United States and in Europe, including the East Coast Hockey League’s Cincinnati Cyclones and Toledo Walleye and Nijmegen Devils in the Netherlands. While on the Devils’ roster, Krug led the team in points (68) and assists (43).

Assistant Coach 1st Season Massachusetts ‘12

Kevin Moore joins the Bulldogs as an assistant coach following two years at Princeton University. In 2016-17, he was the Tigers’ volunteer goaltender coach and was elevated in 2017-18 to director of hockey operations and analytics. A 2012 cum laude graduate of University of Massachusetts in journalism and a native of the Princeton area, Moore was most recently the goalie coach for the New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs organization from 2013-16. Moore is a two-time winner of UMass Hockey’s Minuteman Spirit Award under coach Don “Toot” Cahoon. Following his collegiate career, Moore played professionally for the Evansville Icemen (ECHL).

Jeremy Symington Goaltending Coach 8th Season St. Lawrence ‘01

jsymington@adrian.edu 517-265-5161 (x5017)

Jeremy Symington begins his eighth campaign coaching the Adrian goaltenders. He has helped Adrian’s goalies progress throughout their careers since the 2011-12 season. The Bulldogs have ranked among the national leaders in fewest goals allowed and save percentage during his tenure. Symington had a long minor league career. He spent nine years playing for 10 different organizations, beginning with the Elmira Jackals of the United Hockey League from 2001-03. He was selected by the New York Islanders in the eighth round (#196 overall) in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft. He played collegiately at NCAA Division I St. Lawrence from 1997 to 2001, and posted a record of 16-8 with a 2.93 GAA as a senior.

Rob Hodnicki ‘10

Volunteer Asst. Coach 2nd Season rhodnicki@adrian.edu

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2018-19 Rosters No. Name Pos. Yr. Ht. Wt. Hometown/Last Team (Affiliation) 1 Tymen Edelkoort G Fr. 5-11 190 Smithville, Ontario / Ogden Mustangs (WSHL) 2 Matt Eller LD Fr. 6-3 195 Ypsilanti, Mich. / Austin Bruins (NAHL) 4 Cameron Cooper RD Sr. 6-3 211 Fraser, Mich. / Springfield Jr. Blues (NAHL) 7 Michael Montambault F Fr. 6-4 215 Ann Arbor, Mich. / Lone Star Brahmas (NAHL) 8 Bryce Van Horn RW Jr. 6-0 205 Port Huron, Mich. / Colorado College (NCAA D-I, NCHC) 9 Trevor Boyd LW Sr. 6-2 199 Muskegon, Mich. / Austin Bruins (NAHL) 10 William Brochu C/RW Fr. 5-10 180 Laval, Quebec / Kanata Lasers (CCHL) 11 Grant Baetsen RW Fr. 6-2 180 Traverse City, Mich. / Nipawin Hawks (SJHL) 12 Dino Balsamo F Jr. 5-10 180 Sterling Heights, Mich. / Aston Rebels (NAHL) 13 Austin Bottrell RW Fr. 5-10 175 Farmington Hills, Mich. / Lone Star Brahmas (NAHL) 14 Matt McNair F Jr. 5-8 171 Beiseker, Alberta / Okotoks Oilers (AJHL) 15 Andrew McCann LD Fr. 6-1 183 Calgary, Alberta / Cowichan Valley Capitals (BCHL) 17 Bud Madej D Jr. 5-10 175 New Lenox, Ill. / Lone Star Brahmas (NAHL) 19 Braden Hellems RD Sr. 5-10 200 St. Thomas, Ontario / Trenton Golden Hawks (OJHL) 22 Connor Armour (A) C Sr. 6-0 225 Bowmanville, Ontario / Cobourg Cougars (OJHL) 23 Brian Bachnak (A) LW Sr. 6-0 202 Brownstown, Mich. / Austin Bruins (NAHL) 24 Niko Coffman RD Jr. 5-11 186 Chelsea, Mich. / Bowling Green (NCAA D-I, WCHA) 25 Jared Domin LW Fr. 6-0 190 Grand Rapids, Mich. / Amarillo Bulls (NAHL) 27 Brandon Marinelli LD Fr. 5-10 185 Toronto, Ontario / Nanaimo Clippers (BCHL) 30 Nikita Babintsev G So. 5-11 181 Birmingham, Mich. / Amarillo Bulls (NAHL) 34 Trevor Coykendall C/LW Fr. 5-10 175 Plymouth, Mich. / Rockland Nationals (CCHL) 35 Kevin Entmaa G Sr. 6-0 190 Milton, Ontario / Caledonia Corvairs (GOJHL) 40 Bryan Yim RW/C Sr. 5-8 175 Farmington, Mich. / New Jersey Hitmen (USPHL) 41 Vincent Paquette F Jr. 5-10 160 Calgary, Alberta / Calgary Mustangs (AJHL) 44 Cory Dunn (C) RD Sr. 5-9 155 Trenton, Mich. / Austin Bruins (NAHL) 57 Joshua Owings D So. 6-5 205 Saline, Mich. / Cowichan Valley Capitals (BCHL) 74 Dean Hewines D So. 6-0 179 Troy, Mich. / Fairbanks Ice Dogs (NAHL) 77 Joey Colatarci D Jr. 6-2 185 Estero, Fla. / Summerside Capitals (MHL) 81 Vinny Post RW Jr. 6-2 205 Clarkston, Mich. / Carlton Place Canadiens (CCHL) 94 Nick Erb RW Sr. 6-1 213 London, Ontario / Concordia-Wis. (NCAA D-III) Coaching Staff Head Coach: Adam Krug ‘12, 5th season Assistant: Kevin Moore, 1st season Goaltending Coach: Jeremy Symington, 8th season Volunteer Assistant: Rob Hodnicki ‘10 Bulldogs By Class Seniors (9): Armour, Bachnak, Boyd, Cooper, Dunn, Entmaa, Erb, Hellems, Yim. / Juniors (8): Balsamo, Coffman, Colatarci, Madej, McNair, Paquette, Post, Van Horn. / Sophomores (3): Babintsev, Hewines, Owings. / Freshmen (10): Baetsen, Bottrell, Brochu, Coykendall, Domin, Edelkoort, Eller, Marinelli, McCann, Montambault. Alphabetical Roster 22 Connor Armour C 30 Nikita Babintsev G 23 Brian Bachnak LW 11 Grant Baetsen RW 12 Dino Balsamo F 13 Austin Bottrell RW 9 Trevor Boyd LW 10 William Brochu C/RW 24 Niko Coffman RD 77 Joey Colatarci D 4 Cameron Cooper RD 34 Trevor Coykendall C/LW Pronunciation Guide Armour (like armor) Babintsev (bah-bint-sev) Bachnak (back-nack) Balsamo (ball-saw-moe)

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25 44 1 2 35 94 19 74 17 27 15 14 7

Jared Domin LW 57 Cory Dunn RD 41 Tymen Edelkoort G 81 Matt Eller LD 8 Kevin Entmaa G 40 Nick Erb RW Braden Hellems RD Dean Hewines D Bud Madej D Brandon Marinelli LD Andrew McCann LD Matt McNair F Michael Montambault F

Colatarci (COAL-uh-tar-SEE) Edelkoort (Ed-uhl-court) Entmaa (ent-muh) Hewines (hugh-ins) Krug (KROOG)

Joshua Owings D Vincent Paquette F Vinny Post RW Bryce Van Horn RW Bryan Yim RW/C

Madej (muh-DAY) Montambault (mon-TOM-bo) Paquette (pah-KETT)

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Conference Championships

2007-08: Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association regular-season and tournament champions in first year of program’s existence. Ended 26-3 overall, 19-1 in the MCHA and 11th in the NCAA Division III national rankings.

2008-09: MCHA regular-season and playoff champions, including school records with 27 victories and 20 conference wins. Closed seventh in the NCAA Division III national poll by USCHO.com with 146 points.

2009-10: Won both MCHA regular-season and playoff crowns for third time in a row. Even sweeter, the program’s first-ever bid to the NCAA Championship. still posted a 24-4 overall record (20-0 in the MCHA) and was 10th by USCHO.

2010-11: National runner-up finish in the NCAA III Championship, a year-end No. 2 national ranking by USCHO (with school-record 270 points) and simultaneous MCHA regularseason/tournament championships for the fourth-straight time. Adrian recorded a 25-4-1 mark overall and 18-1-1 in the conference.

2012-13: In the last season of the MCHA, Adrian reclaimed the conference tournament championship. Made the NCAA Quarterfinals, finished 23-2-3 overall, 17-0-3 in the league and sixth in both national polls by USCHO and D3hockey.com.

2014-15: Adam Krug ‘12 piloted the Bulldogs (24-4-3, 16-1-1 NCHA) to their sixth conference tournament championship, seventh regularseason title, fifth NCAA tournament berth while reaching the National Semifinals and final national rankings of third in both polls.

2015-16: The Bulldogs (24-4-1, 17-2-1 NCHA-S) repeated as Peters and Harris Cup champions for the fifth time in program history, earning their sixth NCAA tourney bid. They finished fourth in the national polls.

2017-18: Adrian (24-6 overall) earned its fourth Peters Cup crown in a row, qualified for its eighth NCAA Tournament and set a program record for consecutive weeks (6) ranked No. 1 in the nation by USCHO.com.

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Cory Dunn ◊ Team Captain RIGHT DEFENSE Senior • 5-9 • 155 Trenton, Mich. Austin Bruins (NAHL) FINANCE

44 2017-18 (Jr. Year): Repeated on All-America teams by AHCA/CCM (First Team) and USCHO. com (Second Team)...Tied career high with 27 assists...All-NCHA pick for the third season. 2016-17 (So. Year): Earned first-team AllAmerica accolades from both the AHCA/CCM and USCHO.com...All-NCHA pick after leading the league with 36 total points, including 24 on the power play (8g, 16a)...His 36 points rank third all-time in a single-season for AC blueliners...Tied Bulldogs defensemen with a 17-plus rating and 68 shots on goal...Twice made the D3hockey.com Team of the Week on Nov. 30 and Feb. 22. 2015-16 (Fr. Year): Had an impressive debut season that included All-America accolades from three organizations, including HERO Sports, AHCA/CCM (Second Team) and D3hockey.com (Third Team)...Named AllNCHA after scoring six goals among 31 points as one of the nation’s most prolific scorers...Led the NCHA and NCAA Division III with 25 assists and 31 points from the blue line--totals that also were in the top-10 at the conference and national levels for rookie marks...Tied for 11th in NCHA overall scoring...Lone freshman on the D3hockey.com All-America team...Member of the NCHA All-Tournament team...A threetime winner on the D3hockey National Team of the Week (Jan. 19, Feb. 17, Feb. 23)...Also registered a plus-27 rating...54 shots on goal.

Cory Dunn is the program’s only threetime AHCA /CCM coaches All-America and enters the season ranked third in defenseman all-time scoring in school history.

Prior to AC: Played for the Austin Bruins of the North American Junior Hockey League... Graduated from Trenton High School in 2012... Played on 2010 state hockey championship team and was a two-time first-team allMichigan (2010-11, 2011-12) choice. Personal Information: Parents are Marilyn and Robert...economics minor. NCAA Career Statistics Season GP G A Pts. Pen-Min. PP GWG 2016 29 6 25 31 16-48 2 3 2017 29 9 27 36 25-69 8 0 2018 30 3 27 30 16-54 0 1 Totals 88 18 79 97 57-171 10 4

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Connor Armour ◊ Assistant Captain CENTER Senior • 6-0 • 225 Bowmanville, Ontario Cobourg Cougars (OJHL) COMMUNICATION

22 2017-18 (Jr. Year): Injuries limited him to one goals and five assists in nine games. 2016-17 (So. Year): Posted five goals and 13 assists for 18 total points in 21 contests...47 shots on goal...began season with eight-game scoring streak (4+10=14)...tied season high with three assists at Wis.-Stevens Point in the NCAA Semifinals, a 6-3 victory. 2015-16 (Fr. Year): Named the U.S. College Hockey Online Rookie of the Year after leading NCAA Division III freshmen in scoring with 38 points...averaged 1.36 points for 11th overall in the nation...an All-Northern Collegiate Hockey Association pick and placed on the All-NCHA Freshman Team...also was the NCHA Freshman of the Year...racked up a trio of three-assist games...posted 11 multipoint games, including a pair of four-point contests...twice registered a career-high four points: Jan. 9 at Aurora with four assists and Jan. 29 at home against Lawrence with two goals and two assists...recorded at least one point in 18 of his games and never went more than a two-game stretch without appearing on the scoresheet...had a goal and an assist for his first two collegiate points in a 5-3 win at Milwaukee School of Engineering on Oct. 31...the 30 assists were tied for the seventhmost in an AC single-season...earned NCHA Offensive Player of the Week on Feb. 2 after a seven-point showing with a pair of goals and five assists during two Bulldog wins.

Connor Armour’s 30 assists in 2015-16 as a freshman ranks tied for seventh for a school single-season.

Prior to AC: Played for the Cobourg Cougars of the Ontario Junior Hockey League from 2010-15, setting a program record for the most games played...All-Ontario champions ...graduated from Anderson Collegiate High School, located in Whitby, Ontario, in 2012. Personal: Son of Ron and Christine Armour... born April 21, 1994. NCAA Career Statistics Season GP G A Pts. Pen-Min. PP GWG 2016 28 8 30 38 6-20 1 0 2017 21 5 13 18 14-47 4 1 2018 9 1 5 6 1-2 0 0 Totals 58 14 48 62 21-69 5 1

Photo by Jeff Pexton, Perfect Game Imaging

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Brian Bachnak ◊ Assistant Captain LEFT WING Senior • 6-0 • 202 Brownstown, Mich. Austin Bruins (NAHL) COMMUNICATION

23 2017-18 (Jr. Year): Tallied four goals--a career high...plus-3...39 shots on goal--one shy of his career best set in freshman year...scored three goals during a four-game stretch from November 10 to December 1. 2016-17 (So. Year): Contributed a goal and three assists for four points in 17 games played...plus-4 rating...scored only goal of the season to help Adrian defeat NCHA foe Northland, 5-3, on the road...18 of 24 shots on goal came during conference play. 2015-16 (Fr. Year): Scored the game-winning goal versus St. Scholastica to send the Bulldogs into the NCHA Harris Cup championship game...made an immediate impact in the daily lineup, suiting up for 27 of the squad’s 29 games...contributed three goals and six assists for nine total points...had a plus-7 rating...started in the Oct. 30 season-opener at MSOE...notched first career point with an assist versus nationally-ranked Wisconsin-Stevens Point on Nov. 28, a 3-2 win.

Brian Bachnak is in his first season on the Bulldogs leadership group.

Prior to AC: Played Juniors for the Austin Bruins of the North American Hockey League... graduate of Riverview Community High School in 2013, where he played varsity ice hockey and was named Mr. Hockey of Michigan during his senior season. Personal: Parents are Joe and Alissa. NCAA Career Statistics Season GP G A Pts. Pen-Min. PP GWG 2016 27 3 6 9 9-29 0 1 2017 17 1 3 4 11-22 0 0 2018 25 4 2 6 21-75 0 1 Totals 69 8 11 19 41-126 0 2

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Senior Profiles Trevor Boyd Left Wing Senior • 6-2 • 199 Muskegon, Mich. Austin Bruins (NAHL) FINANCE

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2017-18 (Jr. Year): Second on the team in goals (17) and tied for fifth in points (28). 2016-17 (So. Year): Named to the Academic All-Northern Collegiate Hockey Association team, as well as a AHCA/CCM second-team All-American...academic all-conference...led team with 19 goals and 36 points...earned Nov. 8 NCHA Offensive Player of the Week award... third among NCAA Division III sophomores in goal-scoring...113 shots on goal. 2015-16 (Fr. Year): Had 11+12=23 scoring totals in 19 NCHA games only...compiled a +24 rating...led Adrian freshmen with 89 shots on goal, which was fourth overall...recorded at least one point in eight consecutive games, going 7+4=11 from Oct. 31 to Dec. 5. Prior to AC: Racked up 50 points on 26 goals and 24 assists in 57 games for the 2014-15 Austin Bruins of the North American Hockey League...split 2013-14 campaign with Austin and the Soo Eagles, compiling 17 points (6g, 11a) and plus-16 in 48 contests. Personal: Parents are Mary and Bob...Gordie Howe is a sports idol...an economics minor. NCAA Career Statistics Season GP G A Pts. Pen-Min. PP GWG 2016 28 16 13 29 18-55 2 2 2017 29 19 17 36 24-56 7 2 2018 28 17 11 28 16-32 4 4 Totals 85 52 41 93 58-143 13 8

Cameron Cooper Right Defense Senior • 6-3 • 211 Fraser, Mich. Springfield Jr. Blues (NAHL) SPORTS MGMT.

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2017-18 (Jr. Year): Had a career year that included 24 games played, five goals, seven assists, 12 points, 40 shots and plus-25... credited with first career game-winning goal. 2016-17 (So. Year): Academic All-Northern Collegiate Hockey Association...16 shots. 2015-16 (Fr. Year): Appeared in 12 contests... compiled a plus-5 rating...scored a goal against nationally-ranked Williams College, a 4-1 win at the Pathfinder Bank Hockey Classic hosted by Oswego (N.Y.) State...plus-5...13 shots on goal. Prior to AC: Split 2014-15 junior season with Coulee Region Chill (North American Junior Hockey League), Springfield Jr. Blues (NAHL) and Dubuque Fighting Saints (United States Hockey League)...combined for 6+11=17 scoring totals in 50 games at those stops... helped his travel team, Belle Tire U18, to a USA Hockey U-16 national championship...a 2012 graduate of Henry Ford II High School. Personal: Son of Glenn and Cheryl Cooper. NCAA Career Statistics Season GP G A Pts. Pen-Min. PP GWG 2016 12 1 0 1 3-6 0 0 2017 10 1 1 2 3-6 0 0 2018 24 5 7 12 6-15 0 1 Totals 46 7 8 15 12-27 0 1

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Senior Profiles Kevin Entmaa Goalie Senior • 6-0 • 190 Milton, Ontario Caledonia Corvairs (GOJHL) BUSINESS MGMT.

Braden Hellems Right Defense Senior • 5-10 • 200 St. Thomas, Ontario Trenton Golden Hawks (OJHL) CRIMINAL JUSTICE

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2017-18 (Jr. Year): Academic All-Northern Collegiate Hockey Association...D3hockey. com Team of the Week (Jan. 30) after 29 saves to beat top-ranked St. Norbert, 3-2...NCHA Defensive Player of the Week for Jan. 9.

2017-18 (Jr. Year): Had breakout campaign that included 5+16=21 scoring totals for second offensively among AC blueliners... named Academic All-Northern Collegiate Hockey Association for the second time.

2016-17 (So. Year): Tabbed to the All-NCHA team, ranking first in wins (12), second in goals-against average (1.81) and third in save percentage (.926) in league games only... selected the Feb.14 NCHA Defensive Player of the Week for the second time in his career... turned aside a career-high 39 saves--the fifthbest total in AC single-game history--in a 6-3 win at Wisconsin-Stevens Point in the NCAA Quarterfinals...credited with three assists.

2016-17 (So. Year): Scored first career goal on Jan. 6 versus Aurora...recorded two assists, five shots and a plus-2 in a 6-3 triumph over Marian (Wis.) on Nov. 12...had 20 shots on the season.

2015-16 (Fr. Year): USCHO.com All-Rookie Team and All-NCHA Freshmen Team...logged a 14-1 record to lead NCAA Division III goaltenders with a .933 winning percentage... named to the Harris Cup All-Tournament Team. Prior to AC: Led the GOJHL with a 1.84 goalsagainst average while posting a 19-1-2 record... two-time OJHL North Division champion. Personal: Son of Ray and Sandy...minoring in economics. NCAA Career Statistics Season GP-GS W-L-T GAA Saves/% ShO 2016 17-17 14-1-0 2.12 415/.926 0 2017 24-24 15-7-2 2.27 565/.911 1 2018 20-20 16-4-0 1.88 480/.932 3 Totals 61-61 45-12-2 2.11 1460/.922 4

2015-16 (Fr. Year): Recorded three assists in six contests...made his Black and Gold debut on Oct. 31 at Milwaukee School of Engineering, leading all student-athletes with six shots on goal for a career best...registered his first career point in a 9-1 victory over Finlandia (Dec. 5)... finished the season with a plus-5. Prior to AC: Skated for the Trenton Golden Hawks...named a 2014-15 Ontario Junior Hockey League Second Team All-Star... graduated from Parkside Collegiate Institute, located in St. Thomas, Ontario, in 2012. Personal: Nickname is Helly...son of Joanne Hibbert...born on July 22, 1994 in St. Thomas, Ontario...minor in business administration. NCAA Career Statistics Season GP G A Pts. Pen-Min. PP GWG 2016 6 0 3 3 1-2 0 0 2017 14 2 2 4 8-24 0 0 2018 28 5 16 21 9-29 2 0 Totals 48 7 21 28 18-55 2 0

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Senior Profiles Bryan Yim Right Wing/Center Senior • 5-8 • 175 Farmington, Mich. New Jersey Hitmen (USPHL) PHYSICS

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2017-18 (Jr. Year): Named Academic AllNorthern Collegiate Hockey Association...71 shots on goal--fourth on the team...plus-11... three assists in 6-0 win versus MSOE on Feb. 9. 2016-17 (So. Year): Lauded to the academic team of the NCHA as well as being named all-conference for his on-ice exploits...set a personal record with 14 goals...totaled 29 points...led the Bulldogs with nine “impact” goals--five on the power-play, two shorthanded and two game-winners...topped Adrian with a plus-21 rating...had 79 shots on goal for third on the squad...notched hat trick on Jan. 6. 2015-16 (Fr. Year): NCHA All-Freshmen Team...tied a school single-game record with four goals against Concordia-Wisconsin (Feb. 12)...added two goals against the Falcons in that game to give him six points--tied for second in the team’s single-game history...third on the team in total points (33)...plus-26. Prior to AC: Graduated from Farmington High School in 2012...selected to play in 2014 NAHL Top Prospects Tournament while in Juniors. Personal: Parents are Janet and Leonard... minor in mathematics. NCAA Career Statistics Season GP G A Pts. Pen-Min. PP GWG 2016 29 13 20 33 4-8 3 0 2017 28 14 15 29 8-27 5 2 2018 29 8 11 19 3-6 1 2 Totals 86 35 46 81 15-41 9 4

Nick Erb Right Wing Senior • 6-1 • 213 London, Ontario Aurora Tigers (OHL) Concordia-Wisconsin FINANCE

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2017-18 (Jr. Year): Selected Academic AllNorthern Collegiate Hockey Association in first season with the Bulldogs...notched first AC goal at Lawrence in Nov. 3 season opener... began career here with points in three games in a row...20 shots on goal...plus-5 rating. 2016-17 (So. Year at CUW): Played his first two years at fellow NCHA foe Concordia University Wisconsin...member of the 2017 Academic All-NCHA team...6+9=15 scoring totals in 25 games his last season...as an extra skater, scored the tying goal with just 29 seconds left at MSOE on Nov. 5, 2016 (3-3)...12+17=29 in 51 career games for the Falcons. 2015-16 (Fr. Year at CUW): Played in a careerhigh 26 contests, tallying 14 points. Prior to AC: Scored 43 points, including 23 goals, in 53 games for the Aurora Tigers during the 2015 OJHL season...skated for the MJHL’s Swan Valley Stampeders in 2014 with Junior career highs of 60 games played, 26 goals, 26 assists and 52 points. Personal: Parents are Elizabeth and Trevor...a minor in economics. NCAA Career Statistics@ Season GP G A Pts. Pen-Min. PP GWG 2016@ 26 6 8 14 7-17 0 1 2017@ 25 6 9 15 9-18 1 0 2018 19 3 2 5 1-2 0 0 Totals 70 15 19 34 17-37 1 1 @ includes two seasons at Concordia-Wisconsin

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Junior Profiles Joey Colatarci Defense Junior • 6-2 • 185 Estero, Fla. Summerside Capitals (MHL) COMMUNICATION

Dino Balsamo Forward Junior • 5-10 • 180 Sterling Heights, Mich. Aston Rebels (NAHL) SPORTS MGMT.

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2017-18 (So. Year): Recorded two assists in a 3-2 win (Jan. 26) over conference rival St. Norbert...that was part of a five-game pointscoring streak in which he had a goal and five assists from Jan. 19-Feb. 2...40 shots on goal... plus-11 rating...also played on the Bulldogs men’s lacrosse squad.

2016-17 (Fr. Year): Joined the Bulldogs as a mid-season roster addition after transferring from NCAA Division I Bentley University in Waltham, Mass....scored two goals and had an assist in nine appearances for Falcons during the fall semester...had a goal in his New Year’s Eve debut versus nationally-ranked TrinityConn....had 6+5=11 scoring totals in 16 games wearing the Black & Gold...8+6=14 for season.

2016-17 (Fr. Year): Second on the team in defensemen and freshmen scoring with 16 total points on three goals and 13 assists...had plus11 rating and 44 shots on goal...named to the All-Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Freshman team...scored a goal in his first start.

Prior to AC: Skated for the Aston Rebels, leading the team with 28 goals...also had 30 assists for a total of 58 points...earned a spot on the North American Hockey League Top Prospects game...helped Aston to an east division title and reach the NAHL Robertson Cup final four. Personal: Son of Dean and AnnMarie. NCAA Career Statistics@ Season GP G A Pts. Pen-Min. PP GWG 2017@ 25 8 6 14 15-38 4 1 2018 28 8 20 28 10-20 3 0 Totals 53 16 26 42 25-58 7 1 @ Played at Bentley and Adrian combined

Prior to AC: Graduated from Cypress Lake High School in 2013...was the Panthers’ defensive player of the year...played junior hockey for the Summerside Western Capitals, based on Prince Edward Island, of the Maritime Hockey League... named to the All-MHL Team and was selected the Defensive Player of the Month by the league...had 40 assists among 50 points in 56 games played during his final season with the Capitals. Personal: Parents are Joe and Tara...born Feb. 25, 1995 in Ft. Myers Fla. NCAA Career Statistics Season GP G A Pts. Pen-Min. PP GWG 2017 28 3 13 16 7-14 2 0 2018 23 1 7 8 1-2 1 0 Totals 51 4 20 24 8-16 3 0

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Junior Profiles Bud Madej Defense Junior • 5-10 • 175 New Lenox, Ill. Lone Star Brahmas (NAHL) BUSINESS MGMT.

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2017-18 (So. Year): Academic All-Northern Collegiate Hockey Association selection...39 shots on goal and a plus-13 from his defensive position--both career bests...scored a goal and a plus-3 against Lake Forest in a 9-0 win during the NCHA Semifinal. 2016-17 (Fr. Year): Skated in 18 contests... had four points on a pair of goals and assists each...registered a plus-9 rating and 21 shots on goal...scored first collegiate goal on Dec. 9 at defending national champion WisconsinStevens Point, forcing a 4-4 tie...had a careerbest three points and plus-3 rating vs Aurora on Jan. 7...made debut on Oct. 28 against MSOE. Prior to AC: Graduated from Lincoln-Way West High School in 2013...skated for the Lone Star Brahmas from 2014-16 under head coach Dan Wildfong, helping the team to a 39-12-9 record in his last season...named a North American Hockey League Top Prospect in 2016, scoring 10 goals and 18 points in 48 games. Personal: Born Andrew Michael Madej on May 22, 1995, in Chicago, Ill....parents are Andrew and Kelly... enjoys golfing. NCAA Career Statistics Season GP G A Pts. Pen-Min. PP GWG 2017 18 2 2 4 11-33 0 0 2018 26 1 2 3 12-43 0 0 Totals 44 3 4 7 23-76 0 0

Matt McNair Forward Junior • 5-8 • 171 Beiseker, Alberta Okotoks Oilers (AJHL) ACCOUNTING

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2017-18 (So. Year): Tabbed to the Academic All-Northern Collegiate Hockey Association team...38 shots on goal...plus-10...scored a shorthanded goal and had an assist in a 3-0 win over Northland (Dec. 2)...three assists at Finlandia (Nov. 10) and had two more in the NCHA Semifinal (Feb. 24). 2016-17 (Fr. Year): Scored five goals and assisted on seven others for 12 total points in 29 appearances...49 shots on goal...had a shorthanded goal...first collegiate point was a goal at Northland on Nov. 4. Prior to AC: Graduated from Edge School for Athletes in 2013...served as an assistant captain for his high school hockey team that won Midwest Prep and Canadian Sport School hockey league championships...skated for the Okotoks Junior Oilers from 2013-16, racking up 38 goals, 26 assists and 64 total points in 68 games played...Oilers’ top scorer...a transfer from St Mary’s University in 2016, but he didn’t play hockey there. Personal: Parents are Juanita and Monty... nickname is Matty...minor in economics. NCAA Career Statistics Season GP G A Pts. Pen-Min. PP GWG 2017 29 5 6 11 10-20 2 0 2018 26 2 12 14 4-8 0 0 Totals 55 7 18 25 14-28 2 0

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Junior Profiles Vincent Paquette Forward Junior • 5-10 • 160 Calgary, Alberta Calgary Mustangs (AJHL) BUSINESS

Vinny Post Right Wing Junior • 6-2 • 205 Clarkston, Mich. Carleton Place Canadians

(CCHL) FINANCE

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2017-18 (So. Year): Academic All-Northern Collegiate Hockey Association...33 shots on goal...plus-4...started in NCAA quarterfinal game versus Wis.-Stevens Point--one of six on the season. 2016-17 (Fr. Year): Tabbed NCHA Freshman of the Year after scoring 14 goals and 15 assists for 29 points to lead conference rookies in all three categories...earned both D3hockey. com and NCHA Offensive Player of the Week accolades on Nov. 30...50 shots on goal...plus5 rating...career-best four points (2G, 2A) on Dec. 2 at Finlandia...10-game point (8+8=16) scoring streak from Oct. 29 to Dec. 3. Prior to AC: Graduated from St. Francis (Calgary Alberta) in 2013...a three-year member of the Calgary Mustangs Alberta Junior A Hockey League...was the team’s scoring leader with 47 points on 15 goals and 32 assists last season...earned top playmaker and most dedicated team awards. Personal: Parents are Jose Paquette and Johanne Filion...nickname is Packman and Vinny...minoring in economics. NCAA Career Statistics Season GP G A Pts. Pen-Min. PP GWG 2017 29 14 15 29 11-30 5 2 2018 20 0 7 7 7-14 0 0 Totals 49 14 22 36 18-44 5 2

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2017-18 (So. Year): Had 23 shots on goal and a plus-8 rating...Academic All-Northern Collegiate Hockey Association. 2016-17 (Fr. Year): Contributed five goals and 10 assists for 15 points as well as 26 shots on goal and a plus-4 in 21 contests...received D3hockey.com and NCHA Offensive Player of the Week honors on Dec. 7 after recording five points in a sweep at Finlandia...credited with a game-winning goal at Finlandia (Dec. 3)... scored first-career power play goal against the Lions the day before...missed first six games of the season due to an injury. Prior to AC: Graduated from Clarkston High School in 2013...played Junior hockey for the Carleton Place Canadians (2014-16)... three-time Bogart Cup Champion...helped the Canadians to three Fred Page cups as the Eastern Champion...Carleton Place made two Royal Bank Cup final appearances that determines the Canadian Junior “A” winner... totaled 18 points (7g, 11a) in 26 games played. Personal: Parents are Lynette and Mike. NCAA Career Statistics Season GP G A Pts. Pen-Min. PP GWG 2017 21 5 10 15 10-20 1 1 2018 16 1 5 6 9-29 0 0 Totals 37 6 15 21 19-49 1 1

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Junior Profiles Niko Coffman Right Defense Junior • 5-11 • 186 Chelsea, Mich. Johnstown Tomahawks (NAHL) Bowling Green ACCOUNTING

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2017-18 (So. Year at BGSU): Contributed two assists in 12 contests during final season for the NCAA Division I Falcons...earned Western Collegiate Hockey Association Scholar Athlete Award and named to the WCHA All-Academic Team...11 shots on goal...plus-2 rating. 2016-17 (Fr. Year at BGSU): Member of WCHA Tournament runner-up squad. Prior to AC: Played 49 games for the Johnstown Tomahawks (NAHL) in 2015-16, with six goals and 17 assists for 23 total points...also skated for 2013-14 Port Huron Fighting Falcons (NAHL), 2014-15 Keystone Ice Miners (NAHL) and 2015-16 Jersey Hitmen (USPHL-Pr.)... graduated summa cum laude from Chelsea High School (nicknamed the Bulldogs) in 2013...inducted to National Honor Society. Personal: Parents are Chuck and Tammy Coffman...born Nikola Charles Coffman on April 13, 1995, in Ypsilanti, Mich....three relatives have competed in NCAA Division I cross country, swimming and track & field at Eastern Michigan University. NCAA Career Statistics@ Season GP G A Pts. Pen-Min. PP GWG 2017 1 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 2018 12 0 2 2 0-0 0 0 Totals 13 0 2 2 1-2 0 0 @ includes two seasons at Bowling Green

Bryce Van Horn Forward Junior • 6-0 • 205 Port Huron, Mich.

Carleton Place Canadians

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2017-18 (So. Year at CC): Wore No. 12 in hist last year with the NCAA Division I Tigers... suited up for two games. 2016-17 (Fr. Year at CC): Appeared in 34 games...first career points with a (gamewinning) goal and assist in 7-4 victory at UMass (Oct. 8)...35 shots on goal. Prior to AC: Finished second on the Carleton Place Canadians and fourth in the Central Canada Hockey League in scoring with 70 points (37g,33a) in 62 regular-season games... led his team with 37 goals...tied for second in the league with 11 power-play goals and seven game-winners...had eight goals and four assists in 16 playoff games, helping the Canadians to their third straight CCHL Championship and the Bogart Cup...scored 36 points (19g,17a) in 61 games as Carleton Place won the CCHL title in 2014-15...graduated from Port Huron High School in 2014...first-team all-state in 2013. Personal: Parents are Mike and Tammy...has one brother, Brendan, and one sister, Brooke... enjoys golfing and fishing in his spare time. NCAA Career Statistics@ Season GP G A Pts. Pen-Min. PP GWG 2017 34 3 3 6 10-23 2 1 2018 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 Totals 36 3 3 6 10-23 2 1 @ includes two seasons at Colorado College

Photo by Casey B. Gibson, Colorado College Athletics

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Sophomore Profiles Nikita Babintsev Goalie Soph. • 5-11 • 181 Birmingham, Mich. Amarillo Bulls (NAHL) INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

Dean Hewines Defense Soph. • 6-0 • 179 Troy, Mich. Fairbanks Ice Dogs (NAHL) ACCOUNTING

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2017-18 (So. Year): American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA) All-America Scholar...made collegiate debut on Nov. 18 in a start versus Trine, finishing with 21 saves in 8-1 victory... came in for final 33:09 at nationally-ranked Wisconsin-Stevens Point (Dec. 13), allowing just one goal on 14 shots faced. Prior to AC: Went 19-18-1 with a 3.04 goalsagainst average and .916 save percentage in over 2,440 minutes with the Bulls in 2016-17... recorded one shutout...compiled 1,353 saves in 43 appearances between the pipes.

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2017-18 (So. Year): Named to the D3hockey. com National Team of the Week on Feb. 15, 2018...American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA) All-America Scholar...37 shots on goal. Prior to AC: Played on Raven Cup/Division championship team...participated in the NAHL Showcase...had 18 assists among 22 points in 56 appearances for the Fairbanks Ice Dogs two years ago...also skated in the Central Canada Hockey League in 2015-16...Honor Roll student at Troy High School, graduating in 2013.

Personal: Parents are Sergey and Olga...born in Angarsk, Russia, on Sep. 26, 1997.

Personal: Parents are Gayles and Jim... marketing minor...born Dean Collin Hewines on July 23, 1996, in Royal Oak, Mich.

NCAA Career Statistics Season GP-GS W-L-T GAA Saves/% ShO 2018 3-2 1-1-0 2.67 45/.882 0

NCAA Career Statistics Season GP G A Pts. Pen-Min. PP GWG 2018 24 1 8 9 5-10 0 0

Joshua Owings Defense Soph. • 6-5 • 205 Saline, Mich. Cowichan Valley Capitals (BCHL) MARKETING

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2017-18 (So. Year): Had a plus-5 and 12 shots on goal...notched first two collegiate points on assists at archrival St. Norbert (Nov. 11)...first goal came against Trine on Nov. 18.

Photo by Patrick Stewart, Adrian Athletics

Nikita Babintsev (top)

Prior to AC: Racked up 41 assists and 45 points in his two seasons on the Capitals’ blue line... played in 114 games for Cowichan Valley...state champion in prep hockey and was awarded the Silver Sticks Trophy as the tournament most valuable player...began Juniors career in 2014 with the Wichita Falls Wildcats of the North American Hockey League. Personal: Mother’s name is Terry; father’s is Kurt...also an economics minor...a Saline native. NCAA Career Statistics Season GP G A Pts. Pen-Min. PP GWG 2018 13 1 2 3 8-16 0 0

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Dean Hewines (left), Joshua Owings (above)


Freshmen Profiles Grant Baetsen Right Wing Freshman • 6-2 • 180 Traverse City, Mich. Nipawin Hawks (SJHL) BUSINESS MGMT.

11 Prior to AC: Helped the Hawks to the 2018 Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League title... racked up 37 goals, 62 assists and 99 points in 156 games for Nipawin from 2015-18...also appeared in three games for the Austin Bruins of the North American Hockey League. Personal: Born Grant Patrick Baetsen to parents Dawn and Bob on June 5, 1997 in Lansing, Mich.

William Brochu Center/Right Wing Freshman • 5-10 • 180 Laval, Quebec Kanata Lasers (CCHL) FINANCE

10 Prior to AC: Ended last season with the Kanata Lasers in the Central Canada Hockey League, scoring 13 goals and 24 points in 36 games... also played 2017-18 for the Yorkton Terriers of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, netting seven goals and 10 points in 18 games. Personal: Son of Luc Brochu and Corinne Benquet...born Dec. 16, 1997.

Jared Domin Left Wing Freshman • 6-0 • 190 Grand Rapids, Mich. / Amarillo Bulls (NAHL) SPORTS MGMT.

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Austin Bottrell Right Wing Freshman • 5-10 • 175 Farmington Hills, Mich. Lone Star Brahmas (NAHL) SPORTS MGMT.

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Prior to AC: Played the 2017-18 season for the Lone Star Brahmas of the North American Hockey League...had scoring totals of 10+23=33 in 34 games...in 2016-17, skated for the Trenton Golden Hawks (12+23=35) and Burlington Cougars (6+16=22) of the Ontario Junior Hockey League...2+5=7 in the playoffs. Personal: Born Jan. 25, 1997...parents are Susan and William...went to Farmington High.

Trevor Coykendall Center/Left Wing Freshman • 5-10 • 175 Plymouth, Mich. Rockland Nationals (CCHL)

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Tymen Edelkoort III Goalie Freshman • 5-11 • 190 Smithville, Ontario Ogden Mustangs (WSHL) SPORTS MGMT.

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Prior to AC: Ended 2017-18 in the North American Hockey League with the Amarillo Bulls, netting nine goals and 25 points...also skated last season with the NAHL’s Lone Star Brahmas (3+3=6)...played two seasons (201617) for the Cowichan Valley Capitals in the British Columbia Hockey League (37+46=83).

Prior to AC: Led Ogden with 369 saves in 16 games during the 2017-18 season...compiled a 2.79 goals-against average and .898 save percentage...lost 3-2 in Western States Hockey League championship game...also played 20 games for the 2018 Drayton Valley Thunder (Alberta Junior Hockey League).

Personal: Parents are Joanne and Derek... Honor Roll student at Novi High School (‘15).

Personal: Parents are Tymen Jr. and Pam... born on March 21, 1997.

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Matt Eller Left Defense Freshman • 6-3 • 195 Ypsilanti, Mich. Austin Bruins (NAHL) EXCERCISE SCIENCE

Brandon Marinelli Left Defense Freshman • 5-10 • 185 Toronto, Ontario Nanaimo Clippers (BCHL) CRIMINAL JUSTICE

2 Prior to AC: Contributed two assists in 31 games for the NAHL’s Austin Bruins in 201718...also played the 2016-17 season for the Hawkesbury Hawks in the Central Canada Hockey League...he totaled 14 assists among 15 points in 56 games there. Personal: Born Feb. 21, 1997...parents are Rebecca and Michael...attended Washtenaw Community College, but did not play hockey there.

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Prior to AC: Combined for four goals and 30 assists for 34 points in 56 games with the Trenton Golden Hawks (Ontario Junior Hockey League) and Nanaimo Clippers (British Columbia Hockey League) in 2017-18...also played for the Hawks in 2016-17, amassing eight goals and 43 assists in 100 contests in those two years...18 playoff points for Trenton. Personal: Son of Sandra and Massimo...born on July 1, 1997.

Andrew McCann Left Defense Freshman • 6-1 • 183 Calgary, Alberta Cowichan Valley Capitals (BCHL) SPORTS MGMT.

Michael Montambault Center/Right Wing Freshman • 6-4 • 215 Ann Arbor, Mich. Lone Star Brahmas (NAHL) BUSINESS ADMIN.

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Prior to AC: Notched six goals and 29 points for the BCHL’s Cowichan Valley Capitals in 2017-18...also skated for the Lloydminster Bobcats (Alberta Junior Hockey League) last season, with two assists...before the Capitals, suited up for two Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League teams: Humboldt and Kindersley. Personal: Born Andrew Donald McCann to parents Karen and Rod...native of Calgary and birthdate is Jan. 15, 1997...also competed in track & feld during prep school... entrepreneurship minor.

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Prior to AC: Recorded 18 points (8G, 10A) in 51 contests for the 2018 NAHL’s Lone Star Brahmas...in 2016-17, skated in the BCHL for the Cowichan Valley Capitals with scoring totals of 8+19=27 in 48 games...played the 2015-16 campaign in the United States Hockey League with Omaha Lancers (2+1=3, 10) and Des Moines Buccaneers (1+2=3, 42). Personal: Born Jan. 24, 1997...mothern’s name is Marie and father’s is is Maurice.

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All-Time All-Conference Honors 2007-08 Adam Krug, Junior, Forward (MCHA Player of the Year) Eric Miller, Freshman, Forward Shawn Skelly, Freshman, Forward Chris Stansik, Freshman, Defense Quinn Waller, Freshman, Defense Brad Fogal, Freshman, Goalie 2008-09 Adam Krug, Senior, Forward Eric Miller, Sophomore, Forward Shawn Skelly, Sophomore, Forward (MCHA Player of the Year) Chris Stansik, Sophomore, Defense Quinn Waller, Sophomore, Defense Brad Fogal, Sophomore, Goalie Ron Fogarty, MCHA Coach of the Year 2009-10 Mike Dahlinger, Junior, Forward (MCHA Player of the Year) Sam Kuzyk, Junior, Forward Shawn Skelly, Junior, Forward Jeremy Klaver, Junior, Defense Chris Stansik, Junior, Defense Brad Fogal, Junior, Goalie 2010-11 Mike Dahlinger, Senior, Forward Eric Miller, Senior, Forward Shawn Skelly, Senior, Forward Jeremy Klaver, Senior, Defense Quinn Waller, Senior, Defense Brad Fogal, Senior, Goalie 2011-12 Josh Cousineau, Sophomore, Forward Zach Graham, Junior, Forward (MCHA Player of the Year) Chris Stansik, Senior, Defense Scott Shackell, Freshman, Goalie Ron Fogarty, MCHA Coach of the Year

2014-15 Kyle Brothers, Forward (NCHA Freshman of the Year) Josh Ranalli, Senior, Forward Ryan Gieseler, Senior, Defense Adam Krug, NCHA Coach of the Year 2015-16 Connor Armour, Forward (NCHA Freshman of the Year) Mathew Thompson, Soph., Forward Cory Dunn, Freshman, Defense Chris Leone, Senior, Defense 2016-17 Trevor Boyd, Sophomore, Forward Cory Dunn, Sophomore, Defense Kevin Entmaa, Sophomore, Goalie Bryan Yim, Sophomore, Forward 2017-18 Mathew Thompson, Senior, Center (NCHA Player of the Year) Cory Dunn, Junior, Defense Taylor McCloy, Senior, Center Adam Krug, NCHA Coach of the Year Bulldogs All-Conference By-the-Numbers • 25 student-athletes have been recognized 47 times since program’s founding • Six player of the year awards--the most of any school since 2008 • Five coaches of the year citations • In addition, 20 Bulldogs have earned status on the all-freshmen team

2012-13 Zach Graham, Senior, Forward (MCHA Player of the Year) Shaquille Merasty, Freshman, Forward Scott Shackell, Sophomore, Goalie Ron Fogarty, MCHA Coach of the Year 2013-14 Duston Hebebrand, Junior, Forward Ryan Gieseler, Junior, Defense

Adrian all-time leading scorer Shawn Skelly (230 points on 102 goals, 128 assists) also is the first Bulldog to be named all-conference during all four years of his career.

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AC Individual Career Records Total Points

1. 230 - Shawn Skelly (102g 128a) - 2007-10 2. 203 - Eric Miller (89g 114a) - 2007-10 3. 162 - Zach Graham (60g 102a) - 2009-12 4. 154 - Mike Dahlinger (45g 109a) - 2007-10 5. 151 - Kyle Brothers (52g 99a) - 2014-17 (tie) 151 - Brad Houston (72g 79a) - 2007-10 7. 135 - Chris Stansik (33g 102a) - 2007-09,11 8. 129 - Josh Ranalli (63g 66a) - 2011-14 (tie) 129 - Adam Krug (52g 77a) - 2007-08 10. 128 - Mathew Thompson (61g 67a) - 2014-17

Goals

1. 102 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-10 2. 89 - Eric Miller - 2007-10 3. 72 - Brad Houston - 2007-10 4. 63 - Josh Ranalli - 2011-14 5. 61 - Mathew Thompson - 2014-17 6. 60 - Zach Graham - 2009-12 7. 59 - Sam Kuzyk - 2007-10 8. 52 - Trevor Boyd - 2015-present (tie) 52 - Adam Krug - 2007-08 (tie) 52 - Kyle Brothers - 2014-17

Game-Winning Goals

1. 20 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-10 2. 14 - Zach Graham - 2009-12 3. 12 - Mathew Thompson - 2014-17 (tie) 12 - Kyle Brothers - 2014-17 (tie) 12 - Brad Houston - 2007-10 (tie) 12 - Taylor McCloy - 2014-17 7. 11 - Eric Miller - 2007-10 8. 8 - Trevor Boyd - 2015-present (tie) - 8, accomplished two other times

Power-Play Goals

1. 47 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-10 2. 29 - Eric Miller - 2007-10 3. 23 - Sam Kuzyk - 2007-10 4. 22 - Zach Graham - 2009-12 5. 21 - Mathew Thompson - 2014-17 (tie) 21 - Josh Ranalli - 2011-14 7. 20 - Adam Krug - 2007-08 8. 18 - Brad Houston - 2007-10 (tie) 18 - Kyle Brothers - 2014-17

Short-Handed Goals

1. 7 - Taylor McCloy - 2014-17 (tie) 7 - Eric Miller - 2007-10 3. 6 - Adam Krug - 2007-08 4. 5 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-10 5. 4 - Joel Workman - 2007-10 6. 3 - Mike Towns - 2007-10 (tie) - 3, accomplished four other times

Assists

1. 128 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-10 2. 114 - Eric Miller - 2007-10 3. 109 - Mike Dahlinger - 2007-10 4. 108 - Quinn Waller - 2007-10 5. 102 - Zach Graham - 2009-12 (tie) 102 - Chris Stansik - 2007-09,11 7. 99 - Kyle Brothers - 2014-17 8. 79 - Josh Cousineau - 2010-13 (tie) 79 - Cory Dunn - 2015--present (tie) 79 - Brad Houston - 2007-10

Shots on Goal

1. 593 - Shawn Skelly (102 goals) - 2007-10 2. 411 - Eric Miller (89 goals) - 2007-10 3. 356 - Josh Ranalli (63 goals) - 2011-14 4. 346 - Zach Graham (60 goals) - 2009-12

Shots on Goal (continued)

5. 331 - Sam Kuzyk (59 goals) - 2007-10 6. 320 - Brad Houston (72 goals) - 2007-10 7. 317 - Adam Krug (52 goals) - 2007-08 8. 310 - Mathew Thompson (61 goals) - 2014-17 9. 298 - Trevor Boyd (52 goals) - 2015-17 10. 296 - Shelby Gray (34 goals) - 2011-13

Defensemen Scoring

1. 135 - Chris Stansik (33g, 102a) - 2007-10, ‘11-12 2. 123 - Quinn Waller (15g, 108a) - 2007-10 3. 97- Cory Dunn (18g, 79a) - 2015-present 4. 92 - Jeremy Klaver (24g, 68a) - 2007-10 5. 71 - Chris Leone (24g, 47a) - 2013-16

Plus/Minus

1. 141 - Chris Stansik - 2007-09,11 2. 140 - Quinn Waller - 2007-10 3. 138 - Jeremy Klaver - 2007-10 4. 131 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-10 5. 126 - Eric Miller - 2007-10 6. 106 - Brad Houston - 2007-10 7. 101 - Mike Dahlinger - 2007-10 8. 99 - Zach Graham - 2009-12 9. 94 - Sam Kuzyk - 2007-10 10. 86 - Bobby Hineman - 2007-10

Most Wins

1. 93 - Brad Fogal (93-11-2) - 2007-10 2. 53 - Scott Shackell (53-8-7) - 2011-14 3. 45 - Kevin Entmaa (45-12-2) - 2015-17 4. 34 - James Hamby (34-7-4) - 2011-14 5. 16 - Dillon Kelley (16-2-0) - 2014-17

Saves

1. 2,427 - Brad Fogal (205 GA) - 2007-10 2. 1,789 - Scott Shackell (142 GA) - 2011-14 3. 1,460 - Kevin Entmaa (123 GA) - 2015-17 4. 1,192 - James Hamby (119 GA) - 2011-14 5. 390 - Dillon Kelley (32 GA) - 2014-17

*Save Percentage (min. 300 saves)

1. .926 - Scott Shackell (142 GA, 1789 saves) - 2011-14 2. .924 - Dillon Kelley (32 GA, 390 saves) - 2014-17 3. .922 - Brad Fogal (205 GA, 2427 saves) - 2007-10 4. .909 - James Hamby (119 GA, 1192 saves) - 2011-14 * denotes must have career complete to be listed

*Goals-Against Average (min. 450 minutes) 1. 2.03 - Brad Fogal (205 GA, 6051 min) - 2007-10 2. 2.14 - Scott Shackell (142 GA, 3988 min) - 2011-14 3. 2.51 - James Hamby (119 GA, 2846 min) - 2011-14 4. 3.56 - Bryan Scott (31 GA, 523 min) - 2007-09

Shutouts

1. 13 - Brad Fogal - 2007-10 2. 9 - Scott Shackell - 2011-14 3. 5 - James Hamby - 2011-14 4. 4 - Kevin Entmaa - 2015-17

Games Played

1. 116 - Quinn Waller - 2007-10 2. 114 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-10 3. 113 - Brad Houston - 2007-10 (tie) 113 - Jeremy Klaver - 2007-10 5. 112 - Sam Kuzyk - 2007-10 (tie) 112 - Chris Stansik - 2007-09,11 (tie) 112 - Josh Ranalli - 2011-14 (tie) 112 - Zach Graham - 2009-12 9. 110 - Chris Leone - 2012-15 (tie) 110 - Kyle Brothers - 2014-17

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AC Individual Season Records Total Points

1. 77- Adam Krug (30g, 47a) - 2007-08 2. 74 - Shawn Skelly (30g, 44a) - 2007-08 3. 69 - Eric Miller (40g, 29a) - 2007-08 4. 65 - Shawn Skelly (30g, 35a) - 2008-09 5. 54 - Mike Dahlinger (13g, 41a) - 2009-10 6. 52 - Adam Krug (22g, 30a) - 2008-09 7. 51 - Eric Miller (18g, 33a) - 2008-09 8. 49 - Kyle Brothers (24g, 25a) - 2014-15 (tie) 49 - Shawn Skelly (21g, 28a) - 2010-11

Goals

1. 40 - Eric Miller - 2007-08 2. 30 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-08 (tie) 30 - Adam Krug - 2007-08 (tie) 30 - Shawn Skelly - 2008-09 5. 24 - Taylor McCloy - 2017-18 (tie) 24 - Kyle Brothers - 2014-15 7. 23 - Mathew Thompson - 2014-15 8. 22 - Shaquille Merasty - 2012-13 (tie) 22 - Adam Krug - 2008-09

Game-Winning Goals

1. 8 - Kyle Brothers - 2014-15 2. 7 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-08 3. 6 - Taylor McCloy - 2017-18 4. 5 - Shaquille Merasty - 2012-13 (tie) 5 - Shawn Skelly - 2010-11 (tie) 5 - Shawn Skelly - 2008-09 7. 4 - Trevor Boyd - 2017-18 (tie) - 4, accomplished 13 other times

Power-Play Goals

1. 20 - Shawn Skelly - 2008-09 2. 13 - Eric Miller - 2007-08 3. 12 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-08 4. 10 - Adam Krug - 2008-09 (tie) 10 - Adam Krug - 2007-08 6. 9 - Sam Kuzyk - 2009-10 (tie) 9 - Josh Ranalli - 2013-14 (tie) 9 - Kyle Brothers - 2014-15 (tie) 9 - Shawn Skelly - 2010-11 10. 8 - Mathew Thompson - 2017-18 (tie) 8, accomplished three other times

Short-Handed Goals

1. 5 - Adam Krug - 2007-08 2. 3 - Taylor McCloy - 2017-18 (tie) 3 - Joel Workman - 2009-10 (tie) 3 - Eric Miller - 2007-08 (tie) 3 - Taylor McCloy - 2016-17

Assists

1. 47 - Adam Krug - 2007-08 2. 44 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-08 3. 41 - Mike Dahlinger - 2009-10 4. 39 - Quinn Waller - 2007-08 5. 35 - Shawn Skelly - 2008-09 6. 33 - Eric Miller - 2008-09 7. 30 - Connor Armour - 2015-16 (tie) 30, accomplished three other times

Shots on Goal

1. 166 - Adam Krug (22 goals) - 2008-09 2. 158 - Shawn Skelly (30 goals) - 2008-09 3. 152 - Shawn Skelly (21 goals) - 2010-11 (tie) 152 - Shawn Skelly (21 goals) - 2009-10 5. 151 - Adam Krug (30 goals) - 2007-08 6. 136 - Eric Miller (40 goals) - 2007-08 7. 131 - Shawn Skelly (30 goals) - 2007-08

Shots on Goal (continued)

8. 113 - Trevor Boyd (19 goals) - 2016-17

Defensemen Scoring

1. 46 - Quinn Waller (7g, 39a) - 2007-08

Plus/Minus

1. 49 - Eric Miller - 2007-08 2. 47 - Adam Krug - 2007-08 3. 46 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-08 4. 44 - Quinn Waller - 2008-09 5. 43 - Quinn Waller - 2007-08 (tie) 43 - Chris Stansik - 2007-08 7. 42 - Jeremy Klaver - 2009-10 8. 41 - Chris Stansik - 2008-09

Most Wins

1. 25 - Brad Fogal (25-4-1) - 2010-11 (tie) 25 - Brad Fogal (25-1-1) - 2008-09 3. 23 - Brad Fogal (23-4-0) - 2009-10 4. 20 - Brad Fogal (20-2-0) - 2007-08 5. 18 - Scott Shackell (18-2-3) - 2014-15 6. 16 - Kevin Entmaa (16-4-0) - 2017-18 7. 15 - Kevin Entmaa (15-7-2) - 2016-17 8. 14 - Kevin Entmaa (14-1-0) - 2015-16

Saves

1. 774 - Brad Fogal (65 GA) - 2010-11 2. 641 - Brad Fogal (61 GA) - 2009-10 3. 584 - Scott Shackell (47 GA) - 2014-15 4. 565 - Kevin Entmaa (55 GA) - 2016-17 5. 536 - Brad Fogal (42 GA) - 2008-09 6. 480 - Kevin Entmaa (35 GA) - 2017-18 7. 476 - Brad Fogal (37 GA) - 2007-08 8. 457 - Scott Shackell (34 GA) - 2011-12 9. 415 - Kevin Entmaa (33 GA) - 2015-16 10. 388 - Scott Shackell (28 GA) - 2012-13

Save Percentage (min. 200 saves)

1. .949 - Dillon Kelley (11 GA, 205 saves) - 2017-18 2. .933 - Scott Shackell (28 GA, 388 saves) - 2012-13 3. .932 - Kevin Entmaa (35 GA, 480 saves) - 2017-18 4. .931 - Scott Shackell (34 GA, 457 saves) - 2011-12 5. .928 - Brad Fogal (37 GA, 476 saves) - 2007-08 6. .927 - Brad Fogal (42 GA, 536 saves) - 2008-09 7. .926 - Kevin Entmaa (33 GA, 415 saves) - 2015-16 8. .926 - Scott Shackell (47 GA, 584 saves) - 2014-15 9. .925 - Tyler Parks (20 GA, 248 saves) - 2015-16 10. .923 - Brad Fogal (65 GA, 774 saves) - 2010-11

Goals-Against Average (min. 500 minutes)

1. 1.20 - Dillon Kelley (11 GA, 550 min) - 2017-18 2. 1.66 - Brad Fogal (42 GA, 1517 min) - 2008-09 3. 1.82 - Brad Fogal (37 GA, 1220 min) - 2007-08 4. 1.88 - Kevin Entmaa (35 GA, 1115 min) - 2017-18 5. 1.90 - Tyler Parks (20 GA, 631 min) - 2015-16 6. 1.97 - Scott Shackell (28 GA, 854 min) - 2012-13 9. 2.12 - Kevin Entmaa (33 GA, 934 min) - 2015-16

Shutouts

1. 5 - Brad Fogal - 2008-09 (tie) 5 - Brad Fogal - 2007-08 3. 4 - Scott Shackell - 2014-15 4. 3 - Kevin Entmaa - 2017-18 (tie) 3 - James Hamby - 2013-14

Games Played

1. 31 - Adam Davies & Josh Ranalli, 2014-15 3. 17 w/30 (most recent: Cory Dunn, 2017-18)

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Bulldogs In NCAA Record Book Single-Game Individual Records Power Play Goals - T-3rd (3) Eric Miller vs. MinnesotaCrookston, 1/18/08 Quickest Hat Trick to Start a Game - 3rd (10:52) Adam Krug vs. Concordia-Wisconsin, 2/22/08 Single-Game Team Records Most Assists - 1st (36) Adrian vs. Concordia-Wis., 2/16/08 Most Points - 1st (56) Adrian vs. Concordia-Wis., 2/16/08 Combined Goals - 6th (22) Adrian vs. Concordia-Wis., 2/16/08 Combined Assists - 1st (40) Adrian vs. Concordia-Wis., 2/16/08; T-7th (29) Adrian vs. Northland, 11/13/09 Combined Points - 1st (62) Adrian vs. Concordia-Wis., 2/16/08; 7th (47) Adrian vs CUW, 2/15/08 Power Play Goals - T-8th (6) Adrian vs. Neumann, 10/28/07 Combined Penalties - 4th (39) Adrian vs. Lawrence, 11/7/08 Short-Handed Goals - T-7th (3) Adrian vs. ConcordiaWisconsin, 2/23/08 Single-Season Individual Records Assists on GWG - 1st (7) Zach Graham, 2009-10; Eric Miller, 2008-09; Shawn Skelly, 2008-09; Adam Krug, 2007-08; Eric Miller, 2007-08; Shawn Skelly, 2010-11 Power Play Goals - T-6th (20) Shawn Skelly, 2008-09 Goalie Win Pct. - T-6th (.962, 12-0-1) James Hamby, 2012-13; T-10th (.944, 25-1-1) Brad Fogal, 2008-09; T-16th (.933, 14-1) Kevin Entmaa, 2015-16 Game Winning Goals - T-4th (8) Kyle Brothers, 2015-16 Single-Season Team Records Goals - 9th (220) Adrian, 2007-08 Goals Per Game - 5th (7.59) Adrian, 2007-08 Assists - 9th (338) Adrian, 2007-08; 10th (333), 2009-10 Points - 10th (558) Adrian, 2007-08 Power Play Goals - T-5th (70) Adrian, 2007-08 & ‘08-09 Power Play Percentage - 6th (.361) Adrian, 2008-09 Scoring Margin - 2nd (5.34) Adrian, 2007-08; 4th (4.83) Adrian, 2008-09; 9th (4.25) Adrian, 2009-10 Win Percentage - T-3rd (.948, 27-1-1) Adrian, 2008-09 Career Individual Records Assists on GWG - 1st (23) Shawn Skelly, 2007-11; 2nd (19) Eric Miller, 2007-11 Power Play Goals - 6th (47) Shawn Skelly, 2007-11 Game-Winning Goals - 1st (20) Shawn Skelly, 2007-11; T-17th (14) Zach Graham, 2010-13 Save Pct. - T-23rd (.926) Scott Shackell, 2012-15 Goals-Against Avg. - T-20th (2.04) Brad Fogal, 2007-11 Goalie Shutouts - T-5th (13) Brad Fogal, 2007-11; T-18th (9) Scott Shackell, 2012-15 Goalie Win Pct. - 5th (.887) Brad Fogal (93-11-2), 200711; T-14th (.831) Scott Shackell (53-8-7), 2012-15; 16th (.830) James Hamby (34-7-4), 2012-15 Goalie Wins - 1st (93) Brad Fogal, 2007-11 Consecutive Games Played by a Skater-2nd (116) Quinn Waller, 2007-11; T-7th (112) Zach Graham, 2010-13

Annual Individual Champions (continued) Game Winning Goals - Shawn Skelly (7), 2007-08; Kyle Brothers (8), 2014-15; Chris Leone (5), 2015-16; Taylor McCloy (6), 2017-18 Goalie Win Percentage - Brad Fogal (.909), 2007-08; Brad Fogal (.944), 2008-09; James Hamby (.962), 201213; Kevin Entmaa (.933), 2015-16 Annual Team Champions Scoring Offense - Adrian (7.59), 2007-08; Adrian (6.52), 2008-09; Adrian (6.71), 2009-10; Adrian (4.97), 201011; Adrian (4.89), 2012-13; Adrian (5.38), 2015-16 Scoring Margin - Adrian (+5.34), 2007-08; Adrian (+4.83), 2008-09; Adrian (+4.25), 2009-10; Adrian (+2.73), 2010-11; Adrian (+3.17), 2015-16 Power Play Percentage - Adrian (.340), 2007-08; Adrian (.361), 2008-09; Adrian (.321), 2012-13 Penalty Kill Percentage - Adrian (.901), 2009-10 Winning Percentage - Adrian (.948), 2008-09; Adrian (.850),‘10-11; Adrian (.875),‘12-13; Adrian (.845),‘15-16 Miscellaneous Streaks Fewest Losses, Season - 1 (T-1st), 2008-09 Conference Win Streak - 66 (1st), Dec. 1, 2007-Nov. 6, 2010; 17 (T-7th), Nov. 17, 2017-Feb. 24, 2018 Overall Win Streak - 36 (2nd), Nov. 2, 2008 to Dec. 5, 2009; 20 (6th), Dec. 1, 2007-March 2, 2008 Home Win Streak - 27 (2nd), Nov. 2, 2008 to Nov. 6, 2010; 23 (4th), Nov. 2, 2008-Nov. 19, 2011 Road Win Streak - 16 (2nd), Oct. 25, 2008 to Jan. 1, 2010 Final USCHO Division III Poll 2007-08 - 11th (116 pts., 2 first-place votes) 2008-09 - 7th (146 pts.) 2009-10 - 10th (123 pts.) 2010-11 - 2nd (270 pts.) 2011-12 - 11th (101 pts.) 2012-13 - 6th (196 pts.) 2013-14 - 6th (179 pts.) 2014-15 - 3rd (254 pts.) 2015-16 - 4th (232 pts.) 2016-17 - 4th (246 pts.) 2017-18 - 4th (223 pts.)

Brad Fogal is the all-time wins leader in NCAA Division III history with 93 and is fifth with an .887 win percentage.

Annual Individual Champions Points Per Game - Adam Krug (2.66), 2007-08 Points Per Game - Shawn Skelly (2.24), 2008-09 Points Per Game - Mike Dahlinger (1.93), 2009-10 Goals Per Game - Eric Miller (1.43), 2007-08 Goals Per Game - Shawn Skelly (1.03), 2008-2009 Assists Per Game - Adam Krug (1.62), 2007-2008 Assists Per Game - Mike Dahlinger (1.46), 2009-2010 Power Play Goals - Eric Miller (13), 2007-2008 Power Play Goals - Shawn Skelly (20), 2008-09

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NCHA Year In Review 2017-18 NCHA Final Standings Conference

North Division Pts 1. St. Norbert (Harris Cup champion) 30 2. Marian 24 3. St. Scholastica 19 4. Lawrence 17 5. Northland 14 6. Finlandia 1 South Division Pts 1. Adrian (Peters Cup champion) 34 2. Concordia-Wisconsin 24 3. Lake Forest 22 4. Milwaukee School of Engineering 15 5. Aurora 10 6. Trine 6

W-L-T Pct. GF-GA 15-3-0 .833 86-29 12-6-0 .667 62-42 9-8-1 .528 48-52 8-9-1 .472 51-59 6-10-2 .389 46-55 0-17-1 . 028 25-92 W-L-T Pct. GF-GA 17-1-0 .944 92-26 12-6-0 .667 54-45 10-6-2 .611 55-38 7-10-1 .417 38-45 4-12-2 .278 41-67 2-14-2 .167 36-84

Overall

W-L-T 27-4-1 20-8-1 15-11-1 10-15-2 9-13-3 1-23-1 W-L-T 24-6-0 16-9-2 15-11-2 11-14-2 5-15-5 6-17-2

Pct. .859 .707 .574 .407 .420 .060 Pct. .800 .630 .571 .444 .300 .280

GF-GA 126-47 93-57 79-72 72-90 66-75 34-117 GF-GA 131-54 82-69 86-72 58-66 56-95 54-96

2017-18 NCHA Awards Player of the Year: Mathew Thompson, Adrian College Freshman of the Year: Braydon Barker, Concordia Wisconsin Coach of the Year: Adam Krug, Adrian College All-Conference Team F: Lucas DeBenedet, Northland (Jr./ International Falls, Minn.) l 2017 All-NCHA F: Tanner Froese, St. Norbert (Sr./ Estevan, Saskatchewan) l 2017 All-NCHA F: Lane King, Lawrence (Sr./Waunakee, Wis.) F: Taylor McCloy, Adrian (Sr./Keswick, Ontario) F: Hunter Stewart, Marian Sr./Calgary, Alberta) F: Mathew Thompson, Adrian (Sr., Bolton, Ontario) l 2016 All-NCHA, 2015 AllFreshmen F: Derek Thorogood, Marian (Sr., Calgary, Alb.) l 2016 All-NCHA --Additional forward due to tie in voting

D: Sean Campbell, St. Norbert (Sr./ Holt, Mich.) l 2016 All-NCHA D: Cory Dunn, Adrian (Jr., Trenton, Mich.) l 2017 All-NCHA, 2016 All-NCHA, 2016 All-Freshman D: Braydon Barker, Concordia Wisconsin (Fr./Red Deer, Alberta) l 2017 All-Freshman D: Mark Whiteley, St. Scholastica (Sr./ Surrey, British Columbia) l 2017 All-NCHA, 2015 All-Freshman -Additional defense due to tie in voting

G: T.J. Black, St. Norbert (Jr./ Wheaton, Ill.) l 2017 All-NCHA G: Louis-Philippe De Courcy, Lake Forest (Jr./Quebec City, Quebec) Adrian’s All-Academic Team Representatives (14) Blake Butzow, Sr., Business Mgmt.; Austin Rust, Sr., Exercise Science; Ryan Cusin, So., Finance; Cory Dunn, Jr., Finance; Kevin Entmaa, Jr., Business Mgmt.; Nick Erb, Jr., Economics; Braden Hellems, Jr., Criminal Justice; Bud Madej, So., Business Mgmt.; Chase Matson, Jr., Business Mgmt. (graduated in three years); Matt McNair, So., Business; Vincent Paquette, So., Business; Vinny Post, So., Marketing; Mathew Thompson, Sr., Sports Mgmt.; Bryan Yim, Jr., Physics.

2017-18 Harris Cup Results (Feb. 16-17, Feb. 24, Mar. 3) NCHA Quarterfinals at N#2 Marian def. N#3 St. Scholastica, 4-1, 3-2 S#3 Lake Forest def. (at) S#2 CUW, 5-3, 2-1 (ot) at N#1 St. Norbert def. N#4 Lawrence, 3-1, 3-1 at S#1 Adrian def. S#4 MSOE, 3-2, 6-3 NCHA Semifinals at N#1 St. Norbert 3, N#2 Marian 0 at S#1 Adrian 9, S#3 Lake Forest 0

NCHA Championship Finals #2 St. Norbert 2, at #1 Adrian 1 (ot) Note: All games at higher seed (Overall: Adrian #1, St. Norbert #2) NCAA automatic berth: St. Norbert (Nat’l Champion) NCAA At-Large Bid: Adrian (Nat’l Quarterfinals)

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AHCA All-Americans

ADAM KRUG 2007-08 2nd Team

ZACH GRAHAM 2011-12 & ‘12-13 1st Team

CHRIS STANSIK SHAWN SKELLY 2009-10, 2011-12 2010-11 1st Team 2nd Team, 1st Team

SHAQUILLE MERASTY DUSTON HEBEBRAND KYLE BROTHERS

JOSH RANALLI 2014-15 1st Team

TREVOR BOYD 2016-17 2nd Team

MIKE DAHLINGER 2009-10 2nd Team

2012-13 2nd Team

2013-14 2nd Team 2014-15 1st Team

RYAN GIESELER 2014-15 2nd Team

CHRIS LEONE CORY DUNN 2015-16 1st Team 2015-16 2nd Team ‘16-17 1st Team ‘17-18 1st Team

MATHEW THOMPSON 2017-18 1st Team

TAYLOR MCCLOY ‘17-18 3rd Team

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All-Time Letterwinners Connor Armour Nikita Babintsev Brian Bachnak Eric Bailen Kevin Balas Dino Balsamo Dan Barczuk Blake Barkwell Justin Basso JoJo Bojanowski Trevor Boyd Kyle Brothers Blake Butzow Lukas Ciotti Scott Clark Doug Clifford Joey Colatarci Cameron Cooper Shawn Courtney Josh Cousineau Kyle Crawford Jeremy Cross Frank Crupi Tyler Currie Ryan Cusin Mike Dahlinger Adam Davies Andrew Dovey Cory Dunn Kevin Entmaa Nick Erb Mike Fiorillo Jake Flegel Brad Fogal Kyle Frieday Zach Galia Kyle Gallinger Pat George Mark Gertsakis Ryan Gieseler Zach Graham Shelby Gray David Haaf James Hamby Rob Heath Duston Hebebrand Braden Hellems Austin Hervey Dean Hewines Bobby Hineman Rob Hodnicki Brad Houston Michael Hoy Riley Hughes Dillon Kelley Jeremy Klaver Adam Krug Sam Kuzyk Mitch Laflamme Chris Leone Mike Leone Daniel Lisi Ryan Lowe Bud Madej Chase Matson Taylor McCloy Matt McNair

2015-pres. 2017-pres. 2015-pres. 2007-09 2011-15 2016-pres. 2011-12 2009-12 2011-14 2007-08 2015-pres. 2014-18 2014-18 2011-13 2016-17 2011-12 2016-pres. 2015-pres. 2009-13 2010-14 2009-10 2007-11 2013-14 2016-17 2017-18 2007-11 2012-16 2009-13 2015-pres. 2015-pres. 2017-pres. 2007-09 2013-15 2007-11 2008-10 2007-11 2009-13 2012-16 2007-11 2011-15 2009-13 2011-14 2013-15 2011-15 2011-15 2011-15 2015-pres. 2013-17 2017-pres. 2007-11 2007-10 2007-11 2013-17 2008-12 2014-18 2007-11 2007-09 2007-11 2012-13 2012-16 2008-09 2014-17 2011-15 2016-pres. 2015-18 2014-18 2016-pres.

Bowmanville, Ont. Birmingham, Mich. Brownstown, Mich. Fredonia, N.Y. Warkworth, Ont. Sterling Hts., Mich. Livonia, Mich. Winnipeg, Man. Mississauga, Ont. Washington Twp., Mich. Muskegon, Mich. Watford, Ont. Plymouth, Mich. Hamilton, Ont. New Boston, Mich Woodhaven, Mich. Estero, Fla. Fraser, Mich. Kaleden, B.C. Penetang, Ont. Glencoe, Ont. Bowling Green, Ohio Unionville, Ont. Caledon, Ont. Westland, Mich. Windsor, Ont. Bradford, Ont. Burlington, Ont. Trenton, Mich. Milton, Ontario London, Ontario Edmonton, Alb. Whitby, Ont. Sharon, Ont. Burlington, Ont. Seffner, Fla. Brighton, Mich. Massena, N.Y. Pickering, Ont. Penetang, Ont. Palmerston, Ont. Inermay, Sask. Medicine Hat, Alb. Ann Arbor, Mich. Richland, Mich. Waterloo, Ont. St. Thomas, Ontario Brighton, Mich. Troy, Mich. Odessa, Ont. Allen Park, Mich. Chatham, Ont. South Lyon, Mich. Calgary, Alb. Petoskey, Mich. Strathroy, Ont. Livonia, Mich. Winnipeg, Man. White Lake, Mich. Dearborn Hgts., Mich. Dearborn Hgts., Mich. King City, Ont. Arnprior, Ont. New Lenox, Ill Livonia, Mich. Keswick, Ont. Beiseker, Alb.

Peter Megariotis Shaquille Merasty Micki Mihailovich Eric Miller Mike Morissette Sam Nyberg Gilbert Oldreive Jeremy Olinyk Joshua Owings

2015-16 2012-13 2012-15 2007-11 2010-11 2012-13 2016-17

Anaheim, Calif. Minnedosa, Man. Westland, Mich. Erlanger, Ky. LaSalle, Ont. Brampton, Ont.

2013-16 2017-pres.

Bond Head, Ont Winnipeg, Man. Saline, Mich.

Vincent Paquette 2016-pres. Calgary, Alb. Tyler Parks 2015-16 St. Louis, Mo. Brett Pinkerton 2013-16 Pilot Mound, Man. Vinny Post 2016-pres. Clarkston, Mich Jordan Principalli 2011-12 Calgary, Alb. Josh Ranalli 2011-15 Stoney Creek, Ont. Reed Renaud 2007-09 LaSalle, Ont. Eric Roman 2008-11 Southfield, Mich. Austin Rust 2014-18 Algonac, Mich. Drew Satterley 2007-11 Kentwood, Mich. Brent Sauve 2013-16 Sarnia, Ont. Bryan Scott 2007-09 Pickering, Ont. Scott Shackell 2011-15 Kanata, Ont. Josh Shellman 2015-16 Romulus, Mich. Shawn Skelly 2007-11 Wolverine Lk, Mich. Justin Stadler 2007-08 Livonia, Mich. Chris Stansik ‘07-10, ‘11-12 Livonia, Mich. Marc Stuart 2008-10 Dallas, Tex. Grant Telfer 2011-15 Saline, Mich. Mathew Thompson 2014-18 Bolton, Ont. Dylan Towns 2012-14 Surrey, B.C. Mike Towns 2007-11 Surrey, B.C. Quinn Waller 2007-11 Windsor, Ont. Kyle Watson 2007-11 Stittsville, Ont. Jordan Watts 2010-12 Oakville, Ont. Zach Wilson 2010-14 Pakenham, Ont. Joel Workman 2007-11 Mooretown,Ont. Bryan Yim 2015-pres. Farmington, Mich. Jeff Young 2009-12 Red Deer, Alb.

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Chris Stansik is the all-time leading scorer among AC defensemen with 135 points on 33 goals and 102 assists in 113 games played from 200710 and ‘11-12.

Zach Graham led the Bulldogs in scoring his last two seasons on the way to career totals of 60 goals and 102 assists for 162 total points over 111 games from 2009 to 2013.


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